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  • WaterMaster is proven to be robust and reliable, with unmatched diagnostic capabilities providing the right information to keep the process up and running in accordance with NAMUR NE107, alarms and warnings are classified as: 'Maintenance Required', 'Check Function', 'Failure‘ and 'Out of Specification' WaterMaster is verified to OIML R49 type 'P' requirements. Continuous self-checking of the sensor and transmitter in the field ensures the highest accuracy and long-term performance of the system
  • Signal processing deals with the analysis of signals. Signals can be either analog, in which case the signal varies continuously according to the information, or digital, in which case the signal varies according to a series of discrete values representing the information. For analog signals, signal processing may involve the amplification and filtering of signals for equipment or the modulation and demodulation of signals for communications. For digital signals, signal processing may involve the compression, error detection and error correction of digitally sampled signals. Since the goal of DSP is usually to measure or filter continuous real-world analog signals, the first step is usually to convert the signal from an analog to a digital form, by using an analog to digital converter. Often, the required output signal is another analog output signal, which requires a digital to analog converter.
  • self-calibrating transmitter and ultra-low temperature coefficient for highest accuracy. WaterMaster delivers the world's first self calibrating transmitter (patent applied for). The automatic calibration process, not only has benefits at the factory, where the instrument calibrates itself, this calibration process continues, in the field, every 40 sec’s without interruption to the flow measurement.
  • The response waveform from the electrodes typically has a DC offset, possibly some harmonic distortion components and also noise components generated by the fluid All of the spurious components of the return signal need to be rejected so that accurate measurements of the fundamental signal component at the coil drive frequency can be made Multiplication by ‘reference’ sine and cosine waveforms and integration is used to filter out these ‘unwanted’ components. This process is known as “correlation” The result of the correlation process is made up of 2 components; The Real ( In-phase) component and The Imaginary (or Quadrature ) component By performing simple mathematical operations on these raw measurements, it is possible to obtain the magnitude & phase shift of the measured signals. This yields more valuable information; For instance the looking at the correlated voltage and current signals a pure resistor gives zero phase shift between voltage and current waveforms, whereas a pure capacitor gives a 90 degrees shift In this way actual measurements of the flow signal, electrode voltage, resistance and capacitance can be made simultaneously
  • 'Fit and Flow' data storage inside WaterMaster eliminates the need to match sensor and transmitter in the field, employing Sensor Memory. on initial installation, the self-configuration sequence automatically replicates all calibration factors, meter size and serial numbers into the transmitter; as well as customer site-specific settings. This eliminates the opportunity for errors and leads to increased speed of start-up
  • 'Fit and Flow' data storage inside WaterMaster eliminates the need to match sensor and transmitter in the field, employing Sensor Memory. on initial installation, the self-configuration sequence automatically replicates all calibration factors, meter size and serial numbers into the transmitter; as well as customer site-specific settings. This eliminates the opportunity for errors and leads to increased speed of start-up
  • WaterMaster as standard incorporates an infrared service port that enables the meter's configuration to be saved externally and transferred to additional or replacement units if required. If a customer alters the configuration and causes the instrument to behave erratically, the infrared service port enables ABB technicians to assist in troubleshooting the problem by allowing easy, remote access to the configuration data.

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  • 1. Steve Winkley, Technical Support Manager – Flow Products WaterMaster October 2011© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 1
  • 2. FlowMaster Introduces…WaterMaster from The Masters of Flow© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 2
  • 3. WaterMasterThe Ultimate Solution for All Water Applications Water Water Treatment Distribution Well & River Pumping Abstractions Stations Discharge Treatment Plant Inlet Digester & Sludge Sedimentation Removal© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 3
  • 4. WaterMasterManufactured at ABB Stonehouse UK Facility© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 4
  • 5. WaterMasterManufactured at ABB Stonehouse UK Facility© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 5
  • 6. WaterMaster Product Features© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 6
  • 7. WaterMaster Product FeaturesIntroduction  The specification, features and user benefits offered by the WaterMaster range are based on ABBs worldwide experience in the water, wastewater & sewage industries, and are all targeted to the industrys specific requirements© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 7
  • 8. WaterMaster Product FeaturesIntroduction  WaterMaster helps cut costs without reducing functionality. As you have come to expect, this innovative product is fully- loaded with technical advances, each delivering clear business and performance benefits© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 8
  • 9. WaterMaster Product FeaturesLeading the Way Large size range Covered by FEW, FEV & FEF variants  10mm to 2200mm (1½” to 84”) ABB Common Human Machine Interface (HMI)  Simplifies operation and training requirements  Provides one common user experience Most Stable Flow Transmitter in the World  Continuously self checking & calibrating electronics  Ensures the highest confidence & reliability possible© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 9
  • 10. WaterMaster Product FeaturesLeading the Way Choice of Accuracy  0.4% Standard  0.2% High Accuracy Version Verification to OIML R49 Type P  Compliance with the most up to date standards A World 1st  First EMF Flow meter with continuous self verification and OIML R49 Type P Approval© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 10
  • 11. WaterMaster Product FeaturesUnsurpassed Accuracy & Performance Company Standard Accuracy High Accuracy ±0.4% ±0.2% ±0.5% ±0.2%* ±0.5% ±0.25% ±0.5% ±0.2% ±0.5% ±0.25% ±0.5% ±0.25% ±0.5% N/A * Ceramic lined meter ±0.15%, however, its application is limited© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 11
  • 12. WaterMaster Product FeaturesSpecification to OIML R49 – Class 1 & 2 Standard Accuracy High Accuracy Q0.2% Q3 Q4 Q0.4% Q1 Q2© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 12
  • 13. WaterMaster Product FeaturesIntroduction NAMUR-compliant diagnostics  WaterMaster has the ability to self-diagnose while a process is running Advanced Digital Signal Processing (DSP)  Provides Highest Reliability of Measurement  Improves Performance  Enables real-time measurements© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 13
  • 14. WaterMaster Product FeaturesAdvanced Diagnostic Functions  Detailed diagnostics for rapid decision making  NAMUR NE107, alarms and warnings  Verified to OIML R49 type P requirements.© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 14
  • 15. WaterMaster Product FeaturesAdvanced Diagnostic Functions Groups alarms Maintenance Required Indicated by Icons Out of Specification Check Function Failure© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 15
  • 16. WaterMaster Product FeaturesAdvanced Diagnostic Functions ALARM Number: 5 Minimum 000 Maximum 999 NAMUR Classification Code Alarm Number  M Maintenance Required 0-99 For Information Only  S Out Of Specification  C Check Function Group Name  F Failure  Electronics  Sensor Alarm priority  Status  001 to 050 None  Operation  051 to 100 Maintenance  101 to 150 Out Of Specification Alarm Text  151 to 200 Check Function  Up to 3 lines of text associated with  201 to 250 Failure the alarm code displayed© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 16
  • 17. WaterMaster Product FeaturesAdvanced Diagnostic Functions Alarm Priority Code 50 100 150 200 250 HIGH SEVERITY LOW SEVERITY Maintenance Required Out of Specification Check Function Failure© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 17
  • 18. WaterMaster Product FeaturesAdvanced Diagnostic Functions n = Total number of times this alarm has triggered Σt = Total time that this alarm has been active t n = Time since alarm has been active  Record of all Alarm conditions that have occurred  Useful for identifying the “faults that got away”© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 18
  • 19. WaterMaster Product FeaturesDigital Signal Processing - DSP Analog Better reliability of Analog Hardware Signal  Increased temperature stability In  Increased long-term stability A/DConverter Implementation of complex analysis and processing  Frequency result is passed to the microprocessor where the flow rate is computed  DSP separates the real signal from the noise D/AConverter Smarter Instruments Analog  Improved diagnostics in both the sensor and the transmitter Signal  Filters the data and computes the frequency of the signal Out© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 19
  • 20. WaterMaster Product FeaturesAdvanced Sensor Design – DN40 to DN200 Superior Control Through Design  Patent Approved innovative Octagonal sensor design  Fully Submersible & Buriable (IP68 / NEMA 6P)  Dual Integral Grounding Electrodes© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 20
  • 21. WaterMaster Product FeaturesAdvanced Sensor Design – DN40 to DN250 Octagonal Sensor Design  Improved Immunity to flow disturbances while maintaining low mechanical stresses  Pressure Drop < 0.25 Bar @ Q3© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 21
  • 22. WaterMaster Product FeaturesOctagonal Sensor Geometry An Ideal EM flow meter has a rectangular bore  Immune to asymmetric flow profiles, such as after a bend or gate valve Disadvantages  Very High stress levels in the sharp corners, especially over wide temperature and pressure ranges  High pressure drop (square section does not fit very well into a circular pipe)© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 22
  • 23. WaterMaster Product FeaturesOctagonal Sensor Geometry ABB Patented Design  Benefits of improved immunity to asymmetric flow profiles (from bends, valves, etc.)  Lower and acceptable stress levels  Lower Pressure Drop than rectangular shape (octagonal profile fits well into circular pipe)© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 23
  • 24. WaterMaster Product FeaturesWaterMaster Sensor - Construction Robust Construction  Painted Carbon Steel  Anti-Corrosion  Fully Potted Sealed Construction© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 24
  • 25. WaterMaster Product FeaturesWaterMaster Sensor – Terminal Box Plastic Terminal Box  No Corrosion Issues  Circular Self wiping O-ring seal  Extreme resistance against corrosion, underground after burial© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 25
  • 26. WaterMaster Product FeaturesWaterMaster Transmitter – Power & Flexibility Display Flexibility  ‘Through The Glass’ Programming using capacitive keys  Rotation +/-90º without special tools  Fully Backlit display  Up to 3 operator views  1, 2, or 3 line display options plus bar graph© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 26
  • 27. WaterMaster Product FeaturesWaterMaster Transmitter – Power & Flexibility Common Electronics ‘Cartridge’  Only 1 spare part required for customer  Single Cartridge for Integral or Remote Versions  Currently Only 2 types;  High voltage 100 – 240 V AC  Low voltage 24 V AC / DC© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 27
  • 28. WaterMaster Product FeaturesTotaliser Features Unique ‘Boundless’ Totaliser, will never overflow  User selectable units with automatic conversion of the total volumes  Display precision 11 digits, plus up to 5 decimal places  Stored twice in in both Sensor & Transmitter Memory  Ultimate Security, memory items are duplicated (for self repair) Totalisers are safe even in the event of transmitter / sensor failure© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 28
  • 29. WaterMaster Product FeaturesProbably the Best Flow Meter Transmitter in the World© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 29
  • 30. WaterMaster Product FeaturesContinuously Self Calibrating Electronics Self-calibrating transmitter Highest accuracy Calibrates itself every 60 secs A world first Virtually zero drift due to: Component Aging Temperature Gradient© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 30
  • 31. WaterMaster Product FeaturesSelf Calibration in Action, 20 - 70°C Oven Test Flow remains virtually unchanged over normal temperature range of transmitter© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 31
  • 32. WaterMaster Product FeaturesSelf Calibration Performance Tests Temperature Performance Laboratory Standard performance = < 5.0 ppm / °C shift Tested WaterMaster performance @ 2.0 m/s velocity between -25 and +70 °C is < 2.0 ppm / °C shift !!! 1.9 ppm / °C© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 32
  • 33. WaterMaster Product FeaturesThe Best Flow Transmitter in the World Automatic Continuous Calibration  Utilises a novel arrangement of switches, measurement & drive circuitry  The complete measurement chain is self measured, calculated and adjusted resulting in a self calibrating, continuously adjusting transmitter  Result is virtually no errors  Virtually zero sensitivity to ageing or temperature shifts  No detectable interchange errors  Fingerprint taken at the factory, with adjustments to the autocal system displayed in fractions of % for the ultimate user confidence© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 33
  • 34. WaterMaster Product FeaturesTransmitter Diagnostic Measurements  Transmitter Span Auto Calibration  Transmitter Zero Auto Calibration  Coil Current  Fingerprint of the transmitter is stored inside the transmitter memory  Plus VeriMaster Enables Testing of  Current Output Accuracy @ 4, 12 & 20mA  Pulse Output Accuracy @ FS Freq & FS Freq / 2© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 34
  • 35. WaterMaster Product FeaturesSensor Diagnostic Measurements  Precision measurement of coil inductance  Coil & cable loop resistance  Electrode 1 & 2  Resistances  Capacitances  Voltages  Electrode Differential Voltage (1 – 2)  WaterMaster Internal Electrode “Backoff” Voltage  Fingerprint of the sensor data is stored inside the sensor memory© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 35
  • 36. WaterMaster Product FeaturesOther Measurement Features  Comparison Logic within the transmitter gives self checking of the sensor and transmitter based on ‘CalMaster’ technology  Drifts outside limits will indicate an OIML accuracy alarm, with a count of how many occurrences  No loss of measurement during self-calibration / self-testing© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 36
  • 37. WaterMaster Product FeaturesDiagnostic Measurement Display  True Sensor Impedance Measurement  Coil Inductance (mH)  Coil Resistance (ohms)  Electrode Capacitances (nF)  Electrode Resistances (kohms)© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 37
  • 38. WaterMaster Product Features Diagnostic Measurement Technique Coil Drive Electrode Signals 40-80 Hz ACFlow Measurement waveforms  Normal Used for Diagnostic Waveforms Electrode DiagnosticCoil Diagnostic Measurements Measurements Resistance (R) Resistance (R) Inductance (L) Capacitance (C) Shift – R Voltage (V) Shift – L E1 to E2 Delta – V © ABB Group July 6, 2012 | Slide 38
  • 39. WaterMaster Product FeaturesDiagnostic Measurement Technique Using AC Diagnostic Measurement – 40Hz for coil, 80Hz for electrodes  Resistance measurement calculated from current amplitude  Inductance (coil) & Capacitance (electrodes) measurements are calculated from the current phase shift and amplitude  For pure inductance current phase lags voltage by 90º  For pure capacitance current phase leads voltage by 90º This technique enables extremely accurate measurement of inductance resistance and capacitance values. It also allows measurement of the ‘true electrode resistance’ allowing for complicated capacitance effects due to the water inside the meter (which is in contact with the electrode surface)© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 39
  • 40. WaterMaster Product FeaturesDiagnostic Measurement Circuits FromElectrodesFrom Coil Current Sensor© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 40
  • 41. WaterMaster Installation & Setup© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 41
  • 42. WaterMaster Installation & SetupInstalling The Sensor Correctly NOTE: Do NOT connect the flow sensor to an Earth Spike For bonding connections which are not supplied, use >4mm2 (< 10AWG) cable Sensor Installation in Metal Pipe© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 42
  • 43. WaterMaster Installation & SetupInstalling The Sensor Correctly NOTE: Do NOT connect the flow sensor to an Earth Spike For bonding connections which are not supplied, use >4mm2 (< 10AWG) cable Sensor Installation in Metal Pipe With Flange Adapters© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 43
  • 44. WaterMaster Installation & SetupInstalling The Sensor Correctly NOTE: Do NOT connect the flow sensor to an Earth Spike For bonding connections which are not supplied, use >4mm2 (< 10AWG) cable Sensor Installation in Metal & Plastic Pipe© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 44
  • 45. WaterMaster Installation & SetupInstalling The Sensor Correctly NOTE: Do NOT connect the flow sensor to an Earth Spike For bonding connections which are not supplied, use >4mm2 (< 10AWG) cable Sensor Installation in Metal Pipe with Plastic Insert Piece© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 45
  • 46. WaterMaster Installation & SetupInstalling The Sensor Correctly NOTE: Do NOT connect the flow sensor to an Earth Spike For bonding connections which are not supplied, use >4mm2 (< 10AWG) cable Recommended Installation in All Plastic Pipe© ABB Group Fluid Contact RingsJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 46
  • 47. WaterMaster SetupWaterMaster Transmitter Layout Fuse Cartridge Connectors Transmitter Cartridge Screws for front Cover LCD DisplayConnection GroundingBoard - Clamp Screws to ConnectBackplane Cable Backplane & I/O Terminal Strip Transmitter Cartridge Glands / Connectors© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 47
  • 48. WaterMaster SetupWaterMaster Transmitter – Sensor Cable Wiring Connect the Sensor to the Transmitter before powering up!© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 48
  • 49. WaterMaster SetupWaterMaster Transmitter – Power Supply Backplane Backplane is common board between AC & DC Versions (Only a different fuse and label)© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 49
  • 50. WaterMaster SetupWaterMaster Transmitter – Low Voltage Power Supply© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 50
  • 51. WaterMaster SetupWaterMaster Transmitter – Low Voltage Cartridge Red Label© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 51
  • 52. WaterMaster SetupWaterMaster Transmitter – High Voltage Power Supply© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 52
  • 53. WaterMaster SetupWaterMaster Transmitter – High Voltage Cartridge 110 – 230 V AC ~ Black Label© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 53
  • 54. WaterMaster SetupWaterMaster Transmitter – Setting DIP Switches  Read Only Switch SW1 ON = Prevents Login & any changes to setup configuration  Integral Units, (or for retro-fit to old sensors) – SW3 ON = use Internal SensorMemory  Uses the memory located on the Txm backplane to store all sensor related information  Remote Units – SW3 OFF = uses SensorMemory in the Sensor/Primary  NOTE: For integral units the sensor cal factors and data stay with the backplane, so if a integral housing or backplane is replaced the sensor calibration information can be lost!© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 54
  • 55. WaterMaster SetupWaterMaster Display Orientation Rotating the Display  No additional Tools Required 1  Pull rotation lock 1  Rotate Display 90° Left / Right© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 55
  • 56. WaterMaster SetupWaterMaster Transmitter – Fitting a Cartridge  Plug the cartridge onto the backplane as shown  Tighten the 3 screws to lock the cartridge in place  Lower the top cover and tighten the cover screws© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 56
  • 57. WaterMaster SetupWaterMaster Sensor Memory  Fit & Flow data storage  Intelligent sensor  All data items duplicated in each memory location  Self repairing in the event of a rare data corruption  Total security  Total integrity  Back potted for extra protection© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 57
  • 58. WaterMaster SetupWaterMaster Sensor Memory  IMPORTANT: THE SENSOR MUST BE CONNECTED TO THE TRANSMITTER BEFORE THE POWER SUPPLY IS SWITCHED ON!© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 58
  • 59. WaterMaster SetupWaterMaster Memory Configuration Transmitter Plant Data Plant Data Sensor Data Sensor Data Transmitter Data© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 59
  • 60. WaterMaster SetupSensor Memory – Changing / Replacing Components Starting a complete new system?  Press “TX Cartridge / New” Calibration Data and Plant Data will be uploaded from the SensorMemory. Press TX / New Exchanged the Transmitter?  Press “TX Cartridge / New” Calibration Data and Plant Data will be uploaded from the SensorMemory. Press TX / New Exchanged the Sensor?  Press “Sensor” Calibration Data will be uploaded from the SensorMemory and Plant Data will be downloaded Press Sensor from Txm into the SensorMemory© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 60
  • 61. WaterMaster SetupSensor Memory – Plant Data Plant data is all site related information  Plant data is bidirectional between TX and Sensor  Feature Allows ease of servicing functions;  Changing the sensor memory board or sensor  Changing the transmitter / cartridge  Result: No loss of local plant settings, such as volume units, full scale range, pulse settings etc© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 61
  • 62. WaterMaster Programming & Configuration© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 62
  • 63. WaterMaster Programming & ConfigurationEasy Setup Programming Menu Language English Mains Freq Q (units) 50 Hz l/s Damping Guides the user quickly and safely Qmax 3 sec through the main configuration of 45 l/s the instrument Units Totaliser/Pulse Pulse Width m^3 30 ms Pulses per Unit 10© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 63
  • 64. WaterMaster Programming & ConfigurationEasy Setup Programming Menu “Easy Setup” guides even an inexperienced user step by step through the menu to set parameters as quickly as possible  The allowable ranges for the parameter selected are displayed and invalid entries are rejected. This decreases errors© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 64
  • 65. WaterMaster Programming & ConfigurationHMI - Programming Menus© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 65
  • 66. WaterMaster Programming & ConfigurationEasy Setup Menu© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 66
  • 67. WaterMaster Programming & ConfigurationDevice Info Menu© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 67
  • 68. WaterMaster Programming & ConfigurationDevice Setup Menu© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 68
  • 69. WaterMaster Programming & ConfigurationDisplay Menu© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 69
  • 70. WaterMaster Programming & ConfigurationInput/Output Menu© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 70
  • 71. WaterMaster Programming & ConfigurationProcess Alarm Menu© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 71
  • 72. WaterMaster Programming & ConfigurationCommunication Menu© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 72
  • 73. WaterMaster Programming & ConfigurationDiagnostics Menu© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 73
  • 74. WaterMaster Programming & ConfigurationTotaliser Menu© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 74
  • 75. WaterMaster Service© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 75
  • 76. WaterMaster ServiceWaterMaster Transmitter – Test Points© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 76
  • 77. WaterMaster ServiceWaterMaster Sensor – Sensor Terminal Box Wiring© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 77
  • 78. WaterMaster ServiceWaterMaster Sensor Cable – Functions of WiresSensor Cable toTransmitter Sensor Memory EEPROM Coil Ground Electrode E2 Electrode E1 Electrode Ground Electrode Coil© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 78
  • 79. WaterMaster ServiceTransmitter Cartridge  The WaterMaster Cartridge is designed as a ‘sealed’ non-serviceable unit  The only part of the cartridge which can be checked is the connection of the flexible ribbon cable between the LCD display PCB and the main PCB in the base of the cartridge© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 79
  • 80. WaterMaster ServiceTransmitter Cartridge – Removing from Enclosure  Remove the cartridge from the transmitter enclosure© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 80
  • 81. WaterMaster ServiceTransmitter Cartridge – Removing the Upper Section Remove the upper ‘display’ section by unclipping the 3 1 3 retaining clips Then lift off to the left hand side… 2© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 81
  • 82. WaterMaster ServiceTransmitter Cartridge – Check Display Ribbon Cable 1 Check thatthe displayribbon cable 1is correctlyInserted…© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 82
  • 83. WaterMaster ServiceTransmitter Cartridge – Aligning the Display Connector 1 NOTE: The tab on one side of 2 the plug 1 MUST be correctly aligned with the hole in the PCB 2© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 83
  • 84. WaterMaster ServiceTransmitter Cartridge – Replace the display section© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 84
  • 85. WaterMaster ServiceTransmitter Cartridge – Turn over cartridge  Turn the cartridge over, so the display is face down© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 85
  • 86. WaterMaster ServiceTransmitter Cartridge – Unclip Rear Cover 2  Remove the rear black plastic cover by unclipping the 2 large retaining clips… 1© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 86
  • 87. WaterMaster ServiceTransmitter Cartridge – Unclip Main PCB 1 4 3 2  Remove main PCB by unclipping the 4 small retaining clips© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 87
  • 88. WaterMaster ServiceTransmitter Cartridge – Check Ribbon Cable 1 2  Check the end of the ribbon cable is correctly inserted. NOTE: As with the other end of the ribbon cable, the tab 1 on the plug must be located in the cutout 2 on the socket fitted to the main PCB© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 88
  • 89. WaterMaster ServiceTransmitter Cartridge – Replace PCB and cover© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 89
  • 90. WaterMaster ServiceChanging Sensor Memory PCB Sensor Memory PCB Location© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 90
  • 91. WaterMaster ServiceChanging Sensor Memory PCB  For a Remote Sensor, the PCB inside the sensor terminal box contains the ‘SensorMemory’ (the size, type, serial #, calibration data etc. for the flow sensor)  If this board is changed, the ‘SensorMemory’ settings may be lost!  However as long as the system was working correctly at some point, the transmitter carries a ‘copy’ of the ‘SensorMemory’ settings…© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 91
  • 92. WaterMaster ServiceChanging Sensor Memory PCB  When the transmitter is powered up and it finds a completely blank, empty (new) ‘SensorMemory’ PCB it will ask the following question… BLANK SENSORY MEMORY DETECTED WOULD YOU LIKE TO DOWNLOAD DEFAULTS? Yes No  …Selecting ‘Yes’ downloads the transmitter ‘copy’ of the SensorMemory settings into the new PCB…  NOTE: YOU ONLY GET ONE CHANCE TO DO THIS!© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 92
  • 93. WaterMaster ServiceChanging Sensor Memory PCB  In this way the sensor memory can be recovered without complicated re- programming procedures  This procedure is also possible for BLANK SENSOR Integral/Compact units (when MEMORY DE TECTED Would you like to changing transmitter Download Defaults? backplane PCB) Yes No  The transmitter MUST have been correctly connected to the old ‘SensorMemory’ PCB to hold a copy of the data  Also the transmitter MUST NOT be connected to ANY OTHER SENSOR before recovering the data! (or it will hold a copy of the new sensor’s data instead)© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 93
  • 94. WaterMaster Diagnostics© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 94
  • 95. WaterMaster DiagnosticsChecking the Sensor Signals  From the main Process Display Screen, press the left-hand key and select ‘Signals View’  The following signals are listed…  Q Flow in user units  Q% % of Range Sensor Tag  I mA output I % 12.459 52.868 mA %  V Flow Velocity m/s Q 24.321 ltr/s    Σ+ Forward Totaliser  Σ- Reverse Totaliser  Σ Net Totaliser  E1 Electrode1 Resistance kΩ  E2 Electrode2 Resistance kΩ  E1 Electrode1 Voltage V  E2 Electrode1 Voltage V  E12 E1 – E2 Voltage Difference  CDI Coil Drive Current mA  CDR Sensor Coil & Cable Resistance Ω© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 95
  • 96. WaterMaster DiagnosticsChecking the Sensor Signals From the main Process Display Screen, press the left-hand key and select ‘Signals View’ The following signals are listed… Q Flow in user units As per expected flow value Q% % of Range Calculated from Q and Qmax settings I mA output # of mA output based on Q% value V Flow Velocity m/s Should agree with Flow - Q (for sensor size) Σ+ Forward Totaliser Total volume of flow in forward direction Σ- Reverse Totaliser Total volume of flow in reverse direction Σ Net Totaliser Forward – Reverse Total Volume E1 Electrode1 Resistance kΩ Normal 1- 50 kΩ (empty pipe = 999.9 kΩ) E2 Electrode2 Resistance kΩ Normal 1- 50 kΩ (empty pipe = 999.9 kΩ) E1 Electrode1 Voltage V 0V – 1V nominal (and similar to E2) E2 Electrode1 Voltage V 0V – 1V nominal (and similar to E1) E12 E1 – E2 Voltage Difference Should be <0.6 V CDI Coil Drive Current mA 180 mA +/- 0.5 CDR Sensor Coil & Cable Resistance Ω 25–50Ω depending on sensor size & cable length© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 96
  • 97. WaterMaster DiagnosticsChecking the Sensor Diagnostics (Alarms)  From the main Process Display Screen, press the left-hand key and select ‘Diagnostics’  Any ACTIVE alarms (and alarm codes) are listed  The codes can be useful in establishing the reason for a fault, and also how to fix it  For further help refer to the WaterMaster Programming Guide Manual  IM_WMP_3.pdf  See section ‘7.1.1 Alarm Codes’© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 97
  • 98. WaterMaster DiagnosticsChecking the Alarm History  From the main Process Display Screen, press the right-hand key and select ‘Read Only’  Use the Up & Down keys to select ‘Process Alarm’ menu  Select ‘Diagnostic history’….  The alarm history is displayed. This contains a list of all alarms which have been active at some point  It also shows how many times each alarm has triggered, the total time this alarm has been active, and the time since the last alarms occured  This information can be useful in establishing the reason for a fault, and also how to fix it  It also allows you to see ‘faults that got away’  For further help refer to the WaterMaster Programming Guide Manual  IM_WMP_3.pdf  See section ‘7.1.1 Alarm Codes’© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 98
  • 99. WaterMaster DiagnosticsChecking the Sensor Diagnostics (Alarms)  For further help, fill out the WaterMaster Checksheet.pdf file below and email it to…  steve.winkley@gb.abb.com Adobe Acrobat Document© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 99
  • 100. WaterMaster DiagnosticsAdvanced Infrared Service Port  Supports simultaneous and parallel operation of HART, remote HMI, cyclic data output and parameter dump Every WaterMaster has an infrared service port connection Easy, remote access to the configuration data and remote HMI© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 100
  • 101. WaterMaster DiagnosticsAdvanced Infrared Service Port Configure the meter from your PC Configure/Monitor the meter via HART Log data via terminal window Parameter Setup Dump VeriMaster© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 101
  • 102. WaterMaster DiagnosticsInfrared Service Port Software & Requirements  Make sure you have installed the IR Service Port Splitter Application  Remote HMI Client  Allows Programming via PC Emulation of the HMI ‘Soft-Keys’  ABB Service Port Splitter  Communications Driver used to manage data sent from the meter to the PC  .NET Framework V2  Microsoft software environment needed for Service Port Splitter  USB Driver  Windows Software Driver for the WaterMaster Service Port Adapter  ABB WaterMaster Alarm Decoder© ABB Group  Software Tool which aids with description of alarm conditionsJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 102
  • 103. WaterMaster DiagnosticsConnecting the Infrared Service Port© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 103
  • 104. WaterMaster DiagnosticsConfiguring Service Port Splitter Software  Ensure the Infrared Cable is connected correctly to a Working WaterMaster system….  Then Configure the Service Port Splitter software as per the WaterMaster programming manual  [IM_WMP_3.pdf] pages 47 - 49© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 104
  • 105. WaterMaster DiagnosticsConfiguring Service Port Splitter Software  Configure the service port splitter as per programming manual [IM_WMP_3.pdf] pages 47 – 49  Make a note of the COM ports you select for; HMI Cyclic Data Out HART Client Parameter Dump SP© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 105
  • 106. WaterMaster DiagnosticsConfiguring Service Port Splitter Software  Configure the service port splitter as per programming manual [IM_WMP_3.pdf] pages 47 - 49  Ensure all Virtual COM Ports are ‘Enabled’  Once Configured Correctly the Port Status should show as ‘Ready’© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 106
  • 107. WaterMaster DiagnosticsProgramming Via the Remote HMI SoftwareStart the Remote HMI Software (note start Service port Splitter software first)© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 107
  • 108. WaterMaster DiagnosticsProgramming Via the Remote HMI SoftwareSet the COM Port Assigned to HMI function earlier Using ‘Options > Set COM Port’ menus© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 108
  • 109. WaterMaster DiagnosticsProgramming Via the Remote HMI SoftwareUse the mouse to click the on-screen buttons. Just like using the transmitter keypad© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 109
  • 110. WaterMaster DiagnosticsDatalogging Via IR Service Port using ‘Cyclic Data Out’  Set logging RATE here  Set What to Log here e.g. Flow Group Coil Group Electrode Group Etc…© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 110
  • 111. WaterMaster DiagnosticsDatalogging Via IR Service Port using ‘Cyclic Data Out’© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 111
  • 112. WaterMaster DiagnosticsDatalogging Via IR Service Port using ‘Cyclic Data Out’  Start Hyperterminal on the PC© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 112
  • 113. WaterMaster DiagnosticsDatalogging Via IR Service Port using ‘Cyclic Data Out’© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 113
  • 114. WaterMaster DiagnosticsDatalogging Via IR Service Port using ‘Cyclic Data Out’ WaterMaster© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 114
  • 115. WaterMaster DiagnosticsDatalogging Via IR Service Port using ‘Cyclic Data Out’  NOTE: Use COM Port you selected for ‘Cyclic Data Out’ earlier© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 115
  • 116. WaterMaster DiagnosticsDatalogging Via IR Service Port using ‘Cyclic Data Out’ 3840 0© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 116
  • 117. WaterMaster DiagnosticsDatalogging Via IR Service Port using ‘Cyclic Data Out’ Press any key… Unrecognised command Valid commands are; Press ‘P’ to Print Press ‘S’ to Stop© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 117
  • 118. WaterMaster Diagnostics Datalogging Via IR Service Port using ‘Cyclic Data Out’e the ‘Transfer’ menu to create a file of the captured data… Unrecognised command Valid commands are; Press ‘P’ to Print Press ‘S’ to Stop © ABB Group July 6, 2012 | Slide 118
  • 119. WaterMaster DiagnosticsDatalogging Via IR Service Port using ‘Cyclic Data Out’ Press the ‘P’ key to start the data capture… Unrecognised command Valid commands are; Press ‘P’ to Print Press ‘S’ to Stop© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 119
  • 120. WaterMaster Diagnostics Datalogging Via IR Service Port using ‘Cyclic Data Out’Once finished, press the ‘S’ key to stop the data capture… © ABB Group July 6, 2012 | Slide 120
  • 121. WaterMaster DiagnosticsParameter or Signals Dump Via IR Service Port  A Complete Dump of the System Configuration can be made via the Infrared connection using ‘Parameter Dump SP’ virtual COM Port  Make a Hyperterminal connection (as per ‘Cyclic Data Out’) COMx  Use the COM Port you Assigned to ‘Parameter Dump SP Client’ in Service Port splitter software© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 121
  • 122. WaterMaster Diagnostics Parameter or Signals Dump Via IR Service PortMPORTANT NOTE: Login at Advanced Level using Remote HMI First !  Logging in at Advanced level ensures the backup includes items only accessible at this level Unrecognised command Valid commands are; Press ‘I’ for Signals/Alarm History Press ‘P’ for Parameter Dump © ABB Group July 6, 2012 | Slide 122
  • 123. WaterMaster & VeriMaster Product Features© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 123
  • 124. WaterMaster VerificationIntroducing VeriMaster The perfect balance of power, performance, flexibility and control FlowMaster Introduces VeriMaster Intuitive measurement from The Masters of Flow© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 124
  • 125. WaterMaster VerificationIntroducing VeriMaster  A fingerprint taken at the factory of the sensor inductance and resistance, stored in the sensor memory  Deviation in % is shown on the Diagnostics display as ‘Sensor L Shift’ in %  Continuous checks are made on the sensor. OIML accuracy alarm is raised if any measurement is outside limits, much like CalMaster 2, but built in  Coil Inductance & Resistance is dependent on the sensor excitation frequency. Small sensors typically 40Hz, larger sensors 8Hz. This is set by the cal computer, defined by D&D  The fingerprint is made by the TX, but triggered by Flow Calibration via command “Set Factory Coil Z”  This must be made after all mode changes and excitation frequency set and the TX is running normally© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 125
  • 126. WaterMaster VerificationConnecting the Infrared Service Port Adapter© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 126
  • 127. VeriMasterMain Screen  Connection Status  Displays Tag Name of sensor (if set) WaterMaster 1 otherwise the Sensor Serial#  Click here to Complete Pass test another ‘New Meter’ Uploading Information from WaterMaster  Meter Status - Pass/Marginal/ Fail  Analysis Status  Selection Buttons for Output Calibration (Depends on meter config and may be greyed out)© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 127
  • 128. VeriMasterExample Certificate  Saved as a jpg image  Can be sent to any installed printer  Can generate a pdf (if a PDF driver is installed on the host PC)© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 128
  • 129. WaterMaster & VeriMasterComparison with CalMaster 2 Functions© ABB GroupJuly 6, 2012 | Slide 129
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