Level radar measurement in liquids-Micropilot FMR50
Level measurement in liquidsApplicationContinuous, non-contact level measurement of liquids, pastes and slurriesFeatures FMR50• Attractively-priced device for basic supply and storage applications as well as utilityprocesses• Encapsulated PVDF or PP cladded horn antenna• Maximum measuring range: 30 m (98 ft);for version with enhanced dynamics: 40 m (131 ft)• Process connection : 1½" thread , mounting bracket or with slip-on flange• Temp. range: –40 to +130 °C (–40 to +266 °F)• Pressure range: –1 to +3 bar (–14.5 to +43.5 psi)• Accuracy: ± 2 mmYour benefits• Reliable even under changing product and process conditions• Integrated data memory (HistoROM) for high availability• Intuitive operating menu in national languages for easy commissioning• Exact diagnostic and process information• International approvals for use in hazardous areas• 5-point linearity protocol• WHG and marine approvals• SIL2 according to IEC 61508, SIL3 in case of homogeneous or heterogeneousredundancy• System integration via HART/PROFIBUS PA (Profile 3.02)/FOUNDATION FieldbusProducts Solutions ServicesTechnical InformationMicropilot FMR50Level radarTI01039F/00/EN/02.1371211234
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 3Important document informationDocument conventions Safety symbolsSymbol MeaningDANGERA0011189-ENDANGER!This symbol alerts you to a dangerous situation. Failure to avoid this situation will result inserious or fatal injury.WARNINGA0011190-ENWARNING!This symbol alerts you to a dangerous situation. Failure to avoid this situation can result inserious or fatal injury.CAUTIONA0011191-ENCAUTION!This symbol alerts you to a dangerous situation. Failure to avoid this situation can result inminor or medium injury.NOTICEA0011192-ENNOTICE!This symbol contains information on procedures and other facts which do not result inpersonal injury.Electrical symbolsSymbol MeaningA0011197Direct currentA terminal to which DC voltage is applied or through which direct current flows.A0011198Alternating currentA terminal to which alternating voltage is applied or through which alternating current flows.A0017381Direct current and alternating current• A terminal to which alternating voltage or DC voltage is applied.• A terminal through which alternating current or direct current flows.A0011200Ground connectionA grounded terminal which, as far as the operator is concerned, is grounded via a groundingsystem.A0011199Protective ground connectionA terminal which must be connected to ground prior to establishing any other connections.A0011201Equipotential connectionA connection that has to be connected to the plant grounding system: This may be a potentialequalization line or a star grounding system depending on national or company codes of practice.Symbols for certain types of informationSymbol MeaningA0011182AllowedIndicates procedures, processes or actions that are allowed.A0011183PreferredIndicates procedures, processes or actions that are preferred.A0011184ForbiddenIndicates procedures, processes or actions that are forbidden.A0011193TipIndicates additional information.A0011194Reference to documentationRefers to the corresponding device documentation.
Micropilot FMR504 Endress+HauserSymbol MeaningA0011195Reference to pageRefers to the corresponding page number.A0011196Reference to graphicRefers to the corresponding graphic number and page number.Symbols in graphicsSymbol Meaning1, 2, 3 ... Item numbers, …, Series of stepsA, B, C, ... ViewsA-A, B-B, C-C, ... Sections-A0011187Hazardous areaIndicates a hazardous area..A0011188Safe area (non-hazardous area)Indicates a non-hazardous location.Symbols at the deviceSymbol MeaningSafety instructionsObserve the safety instructions contained in the associated Operating Instructions.Temperature resistance of the connection cablesSpecifies the minimum value of the temperature resistance of the connection cables.
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 5Function and system designMeasuring principle The Micropilot is a "downward-looking" measuring system, operating based on the time-of-flightmethod (ToF). It measures the distance from the reference point (process connection) to the productsurface. Radar impulses are emitted by an antenna, reflected off the product surface and receivedagain by the radar system.FLDER0%100%A0017871 1 Setup parameters of the MicropilotR Reference point of the measurement (lower edge of the flange or threaded connection)E Empty calibration ( = zero)F Full calibration (= span)D Measured distanceL Level (L = E - D)InputThe reflected radar impulses are received by the antenna and transmitted into the electronics. Amicroprocessor evaluates the signal and identifies the level echo caused by the reflection of the radarimpulse at the product surface. The unambiguous signal identification is accomplished by thePulseMaster® eXact software together with the Multi-echo tracking algorithms, based on manyyears of experience with time-of-flight technology.The distance D to the product surface is proportional to the time of flight t of the impulse:D = c · t/2,with c being the speed of light.Based on the known empty distance E, the level L is calculated:L = E – DThe reference point R of the measurement is located at the process connection. For details see thedimensional drawing:FMR50: (→ 51)The Micropilot is equipped with functions to suppress interference echoes. The user can activatethese functions. Together with the multi-echo tracking algorithms they ensure that interferenceechoes (i.e. from edges and weld seams) are not interpreted as level echo.
Micropilot FMR506 Endress+HauserOutputThe Micropilot is commissioned by entering an empty distance "E" (=zero), a full distance "F" (=span)and application parameters. The application parameters are automatically adapt into the instrumentto the process conditions. For models with a current output, the factory adjustment for zero point "E"and span "F" is 4 mA and 20 mA. For digital outputs and the display module, the factory adjustmentfor zero point "E" and span "F" is 0 % and 100 %.A linearization with max. 32 points, based on a table entered either manually or semi-automatically,can be activated locally or remotely. This function provides a measurement in engineering units anda linear output signal for spheres, horizontal cylindrical tanks and vessels with conical outlet.Life cycle of the productEngineering Procurement Installation Commissioning Operation Maintenance RetirementA0013773-EN 2 Life cycleEngineering• Universal measuring principle• Measurement unaffected by medium properties• Hardware and software developed according to SIL IEC 61508Procurement• Endress+Hauser being the world market leader in level measurement guarantees asset protection• Worldwide support and serviceInstallation• Special tools are not required• Reverse polarity protection• Modern, detachable terminals• Main electronics protected by a separate connection compartmentCommissioning• Fast, menu-guided commissioning in only a few steps on site or from the control room• Plain text display in national languages reduces the risk of error or confusion• Direct local access of all parameters• Short instruction manual at the deviceOperation• Multi-echo tracking: Reliable measurement through self-learning echo-search algorithms takinginto account the short-term and long-term history in order to check the found echoes forplausibility and to suppress interference echoes.• Diagnostics in accordance with NAMUR NE107Maintenance• HistoROM: Data backup for instrument settings and measured values• Exact instrument and process diagnosis to assist fast decisions with clear details concerningremedies• Intuitive, menu-guided operating concept in national languages saves costs for training,maintenance and operation• Cover of the electronics compartment can be opened in hazardous areasRetirement• Order code translation for subsequent models• RoHS-conforming (Restriction of certain Hazardous Substances), unleaded soldering of electroniccomponents• Environmentally sound recycling concept
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 7InputMeasured variable The measured variable is the distance between the reference point and the product surface.The level is calculated from this distance, taking into account the empty distance "E" entered by theuser.If required, the level can be converted into other variables (volume, mass) by means of a linearization(up to 32 points).Measuring range Maximum measuring rangeDevice Maximum measuring rangeFMR50 - standard version 30 m (98 ft)FMR50 - with "Advanced dynamics" application package 40 m (131 ft)Usable measuring rangeThe usable measuring range depends on the size of the antenna, the reflectivity of the medium, themounting location and eventual interference reflections.The following tables describe the groups of media as well as the achievable measuring range as afunction of application and media group. If the dielectric constant of a medium is unknown, it isrecommended to assume media group B to ensure a reliable measurement.Media groupsMedia groups DK (εr) ExampleA 1.4 to 1.9 non-conducting liquids, e.g. liquefied gas 1)B 1.9 to 4 non-conducting liquids, e.g. benzene, oil, toluene, …C 4 to 10 e.g. concentrated acids, organic solvents, esters, aniline, alcohol, acetone, …D > 10 conducting liquids, e.g. aqueous solutions, dilute acids and alkalis1) Treat Ammonia NH3 as a medium of group A.
Micropilot FMR508 Endress+HauserStorage tank Buffer tankA0018833Calm product surface (e.g. intermittent filling, filling from bottom, immersiontubes)A0018835Moving surfaces (e.g. continuous filling, from above, mixing jets)Antenna size Antenna size40 mm (1½ in) 80 mm (3 in) 100 mm (4 in) 40 mm (1½ in) 80 mm (3 in) 100 mm (4 in)A B25(82)15(49)C D3(9.9)10(32)15(49)5(16)8(26)5(16)A0018858A B C D8(26)15(49)20(65)20(65)10(32)20(65)30(98)30(98)A0018303A B C D10(32)25(82)30(98)30(98)15(49)30(98)40(131)40(131)A0018304B C D(6.6)4(13)7.5(24)10(32)(16)52A0018863A B C D*2.5(8)5(16)10(32)15(49)5(16)10(32)15(49)20(65)A0019040A B C D5(16)10(32)15(49)25(82)7.5(24)15(49)25(82)35(110)A0018866Measuring range [m (ft)]LegendMeasuring range of the standard versionMeasuring range for the "Advanced dynamics" application package (product structure: feature 540:"Application Package", Option EM: "Advanced dynamics")
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 9Process tank with agitator Stilling wellA0018837Turbulent surface. Single stage agitator (frot < 1 Hz)A0018842Antenna size Antenna size40 mm (1½ in) 80 mm (3 in) 100 mm (4 in) 40 to 100 mm (1½ to 4 in)B C D1(3.2)2(6.6)3(9.8)5(16)A0018867B C D2.5(8.2)5(16)12(39)15(49)8(26)A0018869B C D4(13)(16)58(26)15(49)20(65)10(32)A001887020(66)A, B, C, DA0018851Measuring range [m (ft)]LegendMeasuring range of the standard versionMeasuring range for the "Advanced dynamics" application package (product structure: feature 540:"Application Package", Option EM: "Advanced dynamics")
Micropilot FMR5010 Endress+HauserOperating frequency K-band (~ 26 GHz)Up to 8 Micropilot transmitters can be installed in the same tank because the transmitter pulses arestatistically coded.Transmitting power Distance Average energy density in beam directionStandard version With "Advanced dynamics" applicationpackage 1)1 m (3.3 ft) < 12 nW/cm2 < 64 nW/cm25 m (16 ft) < 0.4 nW/cm2 < 2.5 nW/cm21) Product structure, feature 540: "Application package", option EM: "Advanced dynamics"
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 11OutputOutput signal HARTSignal coding FSK ±0.5 mA over current signalData transmission rate 1200 Bit/sGalvanic isolation YesPROFIBUS PASignal coding Manchester Bus Powered (MBP)Data transmission rate 31.25 kBit/s, voltage modeGalvanic isolation YesFOUNDATION Fieldbus (in preparation)Signal coding Manchester Bus Powered (MBP)Data transmission rate 31.25 kBit/s, voltage modeGalvanic isolation YesSwitch outputFor HART devices, the switch output is available as an option. See product structure, feature 20:"Power Supply, Output", option B: "2-wire; 4-20mA HART, switch output"Devices with PROFIBUS PA and FOUNDATION Fieldbus always have a switch output.Switch outputFunction Open collector switching outputSwitching behavior Binary (conductive or non-conductive), switches when the programmable switchpoint is reachedFailure mode non-conductiveEectrical connection values U = 10.4 to 35 VDC, I = 0 to 40 mAInternal resistance RI < 880 ΩThe voltage drop at this internal resistance has to be taken into account onplanning the configuration. For example, the resulting voltage at a connectedrelay must be sufficient to switch the relay.Insulation voltage floating, Insulation voltage 1350 VDC to power supply aund 500 VAC to groundSwitch point freely programmable, separately for switch-on and switch-off pointSwitching delay freely programmable from 0 to 100 sec. , separately for switch-on and switch-offpointNumber of switching cycles corresponds to the measuring cycleSignal sourcedevice variables• Level linearized• Distance• Terminal voltage• Electronic temperature• Relative echo amplitude• Diagnostic values, Advanced diagnosticsNumber of switching cycles unlimited
Micropilot FMR5012 Endress+HauserSignal on alarm Depending on the interface, failure information is displayed as follows:• Current output (for HART devices)– Failsafe mode selectable (in accordance with NAMUR Recommendation NE 43):Minimum alarm: 3.6 mAMaximum alarm (= factory setting): 22 mA– Failsafe mode with user-selectable value: 3.59 to 22.5 mA• Local display– Status signal (in accordance with NAMUR Recommendation NE 107)– Plain text display• Operating tool via digital communication (HART, PROFIBUS PA, FOUNDATION Fieldbus) orservice interface (CDI)– Status signal (in accordance with NAMUR Recommendation NE 107)– Plain text displayLinearization The linearization function of the device allows the conversion of the measured value into any unit oflength or volume. Linearization tables for calculating the volume in cylindrical tanks are pre-programmed. Other tables of up to 32 value pairs can be entered manually or semi-automatically.Galvanic isolation All circuits for the outputs are galvanically isolated from each other.Protocol-specific data HARTManufacturer ID 17 (0x11)Device type ID 41 (0x28)HART specification 6.0Device description files (DTM,DD)Information and files under:• www.endress.com• www.hartcomm.orgHART load Min. 250 ΩHART device variables The measured values can be freely assigned to the device variables.Measured values for PV (primary variable)• Level linearized• Distance• Electronic temperature• Relative echo amplitude• Analog output adv. diagnosticsMeasured values for SV, TV, FV (second, third and fourth variable)• Level linearized• Distance• Terminal voltage• Electronic temperature• Absolute echo amplitude• Relative echo amplitude• Area of incouplingSupported functions • Burst mode• Additional transmitter statusPROFIBUS PAManufacturer ID 17 (0x11)Ident number 0x1559Profile version 3.02GSD file Information and files under:• www.endress.com• www.profibus.orgGSD file version
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 13Output values Analog Input:• Level linearized• Distance• Terminal voltage• Electronic temperature• Absolute echo amplitude• Relative echo amplitude• Analog output advanced diagnostics 1/2Digital Input:• Advanced diagnostic blocks• Status output switch blockInput values Analog Output:• Analog value from PLC (for sensor block external pressure to compensategas phase effects)• Analog value from PLC to be indicated on the displayDigital Output:• Extended diagnostic block• Level limiter• Sensor block measurement on• Sensor block save history on• Status outputSupported functions • Identification & MaintenanceEinfachste Geräteidentifizierung seitens des Leitsystems und desTypenschildes• Automatic Ident Number AdoptionGSD compatibility mode with respect to the preceding product Micropilot MFMR2xx• Physical Layer DiagnosticsInstallation check of the PRFIBUS segment and the Micropilot FMR5x viathe terminal voltage and telegram surveillance.• PROFIBUS Up-/DownloadUp to 10 times faster writing and reading of parameters via PROFIBUS up-/download• Condensed StatusSimple and self-explanatory diagnostic information by categorization ofoccurring diagnostic messages.FOUNDATION Fieldbus (in preparation)Manufacturer ID 0x452B48Device type 0x1028Device Revision 0x01DD Revision Information and files can be found:• www.endress.com• www.fieldbus.orgCFF RevisionDevice Tester Version (ITKVersion)6.0.1ITK Test Campaign Number IT085300Link Master (LAS) capable yesLink Master / Basic Deviceselectableyes; default: Basic DeviceNode address Default: 247 (0xF7)Features supported Following methods are supported:• Restart• ENP Restart• Setup• Linearization• Self CheckVirtual Communication Relationships (VCRs)Number of VCRs 44
Micropilot FMR5014 Endress+HauserNumber of Link Objects in VFD 50Permanent entries 1Client VCRs 0Server VCRs 10Source VCRs 43Sink VCRs 0Subscriber VCRs 43Publisher VCRs 43Device Link CapabilitiesSlot time 4Min. inter PDU delay 8Max. response delay 20Transducer BlocksBlock Content Output valuesSetup Transducer Block Contains all parameters for a standardcommissioning procedure• Level or volume 1)(Channel 1)• Distance (Channel 2)Advanced Setup TransducerBlockContains all parameters for a more detailedconfiguration of the deviceno output valuesDisplay Transducer Block Contains all parameters for the configuration of thedisplay moduleno output valuesDiagnostic Transducer Block Contains diagnostic information no output valuesExpert ConfigurationTransducer BlockContains parameters which require detailedknowledge of the functionalities of the deviceno output valuesExpert InformationTransducer BlockContains information about the state of the device no output valuesService Sensor TransducerBlockContains parameters which can only be operated byEndress+Hauser service personnelno output valuesService InformationTransducer BlockContains information on the state of device which isrelevant for service operationsno output valuesData Transfer TransducerBlockContains parameters which allow to backup thedevice configuration in the display module and torestore it into the device.no output values1) depending on the configuration of the blockFunction BlocksBlock Content Number ofpermanentblocksNumber ofinstantiableblocksExecutiontimeFunctionalityResource Block The Resource Block contains all thedata that uniquely identifies thefield device. It is an electronicversion of a nameplate of thedevice.1 0 - enhancedMultipleAnalog InputBlockThe AI block takes themanufacturers input data, selectedby channel number, and makes itavailable to other function blocks atits output.2 3 25 ms enhanced
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 15Block Content Number ofpermanentblocksNumber ofinstantiableblocksExecutiontimeFunctionalityDiscrete InputBlockThe DI block takes a discrete inputvalue (e.g. indication of an levellimit), and makes it available toother function blocks at its output.1 2 20 ms standardPID Block The PID block serves asproportional-integralderivativecontroller and is used almostuniversally to do closed-loop-control in the field includingcascade and feedforward.1 1 25 ms standardArithmeticBlockThis block is designed to permitsimple use of popular measurementmath functions. The user does nothave to know how to writeequations. The math algorithm isselected by name, chosen by theuser for the function to be done.1 1 25 ms standardSignalCharacterizerBlockThe signal characterizer block hastwo sections, each with an outputthat is a non-linear function of therespective input. The non-linearfunction is determined by a singlelook-up table with 21 arbitrary x-ypairs.1 1 25 ms standardInput SelectorBlockThe input selector block providesselection of up to four inputs andgenerates an output based on theconfigured action. This blocknormally receives its inputs from AIblocks. The block performsmaximum, minimum, middle,average and ‘first good’ signalselection.1 1 25 ms standardIntegratorBlockThe Integrator Function Blockintegrates a variable as a functionof the time or accumulates thecounts from a Pulse Input block.The block may be used as a totalizerthat counts up until reset or as abatch totalizer that has a setpoint,where the integrated oraccumulated value is compared topre-trip and trip settings,generating discrete signals whenthese settings are reached.1 1 25 ms standardAnalog AlarmBlock1 1 25 ms standardUp to 20 blocks can be instantiated in the device altogether, including the blocks alreadyinstantiated on delivery.
Micropilot FMR5016 Endress+HauserPower supplyTerminal assignment 2-wire: 4-20mA HART+–4...20 mA4...20 mA554411228933++––1+24...20mAHART10mmSpare part71108xxx2- wire level4-20 mA4-20 mAHARTopen-1+24-20mA1-channel overvoltage protection-71128617A+–7B6A0011294 3 Terminal assignment 2-wire; 4-20mA HARTA Without integrated overvoltage protectionB With integrated overvoltage protection1 Active barrier with power supply (e.g. RN221N): Observe terminal voltage (→ 24)2 HART communication resistor (≥250 Ω): Observe maximum load (→ 24)3 Connection for Commubox FXA195 or FieldXpert SFX100 (via VIATOR Bluetooth modem)4 Analog display device: Observe maximum load (→ 24)5 Cable screen; observe cable specification (→ 27)6 Terminals for 4-20mA HART (passive)7 Overvoltage protection module8 Terminal for potential equalization line9 Cable entry
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 172-wire: 4-20mA HART, switch output13++244-20mA/FIELDBUS4-20mA/2-channel overvoltage protection--71128619B1+24...20mAHART10mmSpare part71108xxx2- wire4-20 mAPFSHART[02/03] open-A1+2-3+4-1098711++--223344655114...20 mA4...20 mA³ W250³ W2503+3+4-4-++––A0013759 4 Terminal assignment 2-wire; 4-20mA HART, switch outputA Without integrated overvoltage protectionB With integrated overvoltage protection1 Active barrier with power supply (e.g. RN221N): Observe terminal voltage (→ 24)2 HART communication resistor (≥250 Ω): Observe maximum load (→ 24)3 Connection for Commubox FXA195 or FieldXpert SFX100 (via VIATOR Bluetooth modem)4 Analog display device: Observe maximum load (→ 24)5 Cable screen; observe cable specification (→ 27)6 Terminals for 4-20mA HART (passive)7 Terminals for switch output (open collector)8 Terminal for potential equalization line9 Cable entry for 4-20mA HART line10 Cable entry for switch output line11 Overvoltage protection module
Micropilot FMR5018 Endress+Hauser2-wire: 4-20mA HART, 4-20mA13++244...20mAHART4...20mA10mmSpare part71108xxx2- wire level4-20 mA4-20 mAHART[04/05] open--11A13++244-20mA/FIELDBUS4-20mA/2-channel overvoltage protection--71128619141312+++++----112233995588667744++––++––4...20 mA4...20 mA10B4...20 mA4...20 mAA0013923 5 Terminal assignment 2-wire, 4-20 mA HART, 4...20mAA Without integrated overvoltage protectionB With integrated overvoltage protection1 Connection current output 22 Connection current output 13 Supply voltage for current output 1 (e.g. RN221N); Observe terminal voltage (→ 24)4 Cable screen; observe cable specification (→ 27)5 HART communication resistor (≥ 250 Ω): Observe maximum load (→ 24)6 Connection for Commubox FXA195 or FieldXpert SFX100 (via VIATOR Bluetooth modem)7 Analog display device ; observe maximum load (→ 24)8 Analog display device ; observe maximum load (→ 24)9 Supply voltage for current output 2 (e.g. RN221N); Obesrve terminal voltage (→ 24)10 Overvoltage protection module11 Terminals for current output 212 Terminal for the potential equalization line13 Cable entry for current output 114 Cable entry for current output 2This version is also suited for single-channel operation. In this case, current output 1 (terminals1 and 2) must be used.
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 194-wire: 4-20mA HART (10.4 to 48 VDC)31+L+424...20mAHART10.4...48V=10mmSpare part71108xxx2- wire4-20 mAHARTopen-L-A131211910+-2 3 4678514...20 mA³ W250A0011340 6 Terminal assignment 4-wire; 4-20mA HART (10.4 to 48 VDC)1 Evaluation unit, e.g. PLC2 HART communication resistor (≥250 Ω): Observe maximum load (→ 26)3 Connection for Commubox FXA195 or FieldXpert SFX100 (via VIATOR Bluetooth modem)4 Analog display device: Observe maximum load (→ 26)5 Signal cable including screening (if required), observe cable specification (→ 27)6 Protective connection; do not disconnect!7 Protective earth, observe cable specification (→ 27)8 Terminals for 4...20mA HART (active)9 Terminals for supply voltage10 Supply voltage: Observe terminal voltage (→ 26), observe cable specification (→ 27)11 Terminal for potential equalization12 Cable entry for signal line13 Cable entry for power supply!CAUTIONTo ensure electrical safety:‣ Do not disconnect the protective connection (7).‣ Disconnect the supply voltage before disconnecting the protective earth (8).Connect protective earth to the internal ground terminal (8) before connecting the supplyvoltage. If necessary, connect the potential matching line to the external ground terminal (12).In order to ensure electromagnetic compatibility (EMC): Do not only ground the device via theprotective earth conductor of the supply cable. Instead, the functional grounding must also beconnected to the process connection (flange or threaded connection) or to the external groundterminal.An easily accessible power switch must be installed in the proximity of the device. The powerswitch must be marked as a disconnector for the device (IEC/EN61010).
Micropilot FMR5020 Endress+Hauser4-wire: 4-20mA HART (90 to 253 VAC)31+L424...20mAHART90...253V~10mmSpare part71108xxx2- wire4-20 mAHARTopen-NA131211910+-2 3 4678514...20 mA³ W250A0018965 7 Terminal assignment 4-wire; 4-20mA HART (90 to 253 VAC)1 Evaluation unit, e.g. PLC2 HART communication resistor (≥250 Ω): Observe maximum load (→ 26)3 Connection for Commubox FXA195 or FieldXpert SFX100 (via VIATOR Bluetooth modem)4 Analog display device: Observe maximum load (→ 26)5 Signal cable including screening (if required), observe cable specification (→ 27)6 Protective connection; do not disconnect!7 Protective earth, observe cable specification (→ 27)8 Terminals for 4...20mA HART (active)9 Terminals for supply voltage10 Supply voltage: Observe terminal voltage (→ 26), observe cable specification (→ 27)11 Terminal for potential equalization12 Cable entry for signal line13 Cable entry for power supply!CAUTIONTo ensure electrical safety:‣ Do not disconnect the protective connection (7).‣ Disconnect the supply voltage before disconnecting the protective earth (8).Connect protective earth to the internal ground terminal (8) before connecting the supplyvoltage. If necessary, connect the potential matching line to the external ground terminal (12).In order to ensure electromagnetic compatibility (EMC): Do not only ground the device via theprotective earth conductor of the supply cable. Instead, the functional grounding must also beconnected to the process connection (flange or threaded connection) or to the external groundterminal.An easily accessible power switch must be installed in the proximity of the device. The powerswitch must be marked as a disconnector for the device (IEC/EN61010).
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 21PROFIBUS PA / FOUNDATION Fieldbus13++24FIELDBUS2-channel overvoltage protection--711286194-20mA/4-20mA/B11++22FIELDBUSSpare part71023457PA/FF[06/07]FIELDBUS--13++24PA/FF10mmSpare part71108xxx2- wire level4-20 mAPFSFIELDBUS[26/27] open--A41123653+3+4-4-A0011341 8 Terminal assignment PROFIBUS PA / FOUNDATION FieldbusA Without integrated overvoltage protectionB With integrated overvoltage protection1 Cable screen: Observe cable specifications (→ 27)2 Terminals for switch output (open collector)3 Terminals PROFIBUS PA / FOUNDATION Fieldbus4 Terminal for potential equalization line5 Cable entries6 Overvoltage protection module
Micropilot FMR5022 Endress+HauserConnection examples for the switch outputFor HART devices, the switch output is available as an option. See product structure, feature 20:"Power Supply, Output", option B: "2-wire; 4-20mA HART, switch output"Devices with PROFIBUS PA and FOUNDATION Fieldbus always have a switch output.3++-4-A0015909 9 Connection of a relaySuitable relays (examples):• Solid-state relay: Phoenix Contact OV-24DC/480AC/5 withmounting rail connector UMK-1 OM-R/AMS• Electromechanical relay: Phoenix Contact PLC-RSC-12DC/213+21+4-A0015910 10 Connection of a digital input1 Pull-up resistor2 Digital input
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 23Device plug connectors For the versions with fieldbus plug connector (M12 or 7/8"), the signal line can be connectedwithout opening the housing.Pin assignment of the M12 plug connector2134A0011175Pin Meaning1 Signal +2 not connected3 Signal -4 GroundPin assignment of the 7/8" plug connector2143A0011176Pin Meaning1 Signal -2 Signal +3 Screen4 Not connected
Micropilot FMR5024 Endress+HauserSupply voltage An external power supply is required.Various supply units can be ordered from Endress+Hauser: see "Accessories" section(→ 72)2-wire, 4-20mA HART, passive"Power Supply,Output" 1)"Approval" 2)Terminal voltage U atthe deviceMaximum load R, depending on the supply voltage U0 at thesupply unitA: 2-wire; 4-20mAHART• Non-Ex• Ex nA• Ex ic• CSA GP10.4 to 35 V 3)R [ ]?U0 [V]1010.4 21.420 30 350500A0017140Ex ia / IS 10.4 to 30 V 3)• Ex d(ia) / XP• Ex ic(ia)• Ex nA(ia)• Ex ta / DIP 12 to 35 V 4)R [ ]WU0 [V]1012 2320 30 350500A0019136Ex ia + Ex d(ia) / IS + XP 12 to 30 V 4)1) Feature 020 of the product structure2) Feature 010 of the product structure3) For ambient temperatures Ta ≤ -20 °C (-4 °F) a minimum voltage of 15 V is required for the sartup of the device at the MIN error current (3,6mA). The startup current can be parametrized. If the device is operated with a fixed current I ≥ 5,5 mA (HART multidrop mode), a voltage of U ≥10,4 V is sufficient throughout the entire range of ambient temperatures.4) For ambient temperatures Ta ≤ -20 °C (-4 °F) a minimum voltage of 16 V is required for the startup of the device at the MIN error current (3.6mA)."Power Supply, Output" 1)"Approval" 2)Terminal voltage U atthe deviceMaximum load R, depending on the supply voltage U0 at thesupply unitB: 2-wire; 4-20 mA HART,switch output• Non-Ex• Ex nA• Ex nA(ia)• Ex ic• Ex ic(ia)• Ex d(ia) / XP• Ex ta / DIP• CSA GP12 to 35 V 3)R [ ]WU0 [V]1012 2320 30 350500A0019136• Ex ia / IS• Ex ia + Ex d(ia) / IS + XP12 to 30 V 3)1) Feature 020 of the product structure2) Feature 010 of the product structure3) For ambient temperatures Ta ≤ -30 °C (-22 °F) a minimum voltage of 16 V is required for the startup of the device at the MIN error current (3.6mA).
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 25"Power Supply, Output" 1)"Approval" 2)Terminal voltage U at thedeviceMaximum load R, depending on the supply voltage U0 at thesupply unitC: 2-wire; 4-20mA HART,4-20mAany 12 to 30 V 3)R [ ]?U0 [V]1012 2320 300500A00170551) Feature 020 of the product structure2) Feature 010 of the product structure3) For ambient temperatures Ta ≤ -30 °C (-22 °F) a minimum voltage of 16 V is required for the startup of the device at the MIN error current (3.6mA).Polarity reversalprotectionYesAdmissible residual rippleat f = 0 to 100 HzUSS < 1 VAdmissible residual rippleat f = 100 to 10000 HzUSS < 10 mV
Micropilot FMR5026 Endress+Hauser4-wire, 4-20mA HART, active"Power supply; Output" 1)Terminal voltage Maximum load RmaxK: 4-wire 90-253VAC; 4-20mA HART 90 to 253 VAC (50 to 60 Hz),overvoltage category II500 ΩL: 4-wire 10,4-48VDC; 4-20mA HART 10.4 to 48 VDC1) Feature 020 of the product structurePROFIBUS PA, FOUNDATION Fieldbus"Power supply; Output" 1)"Approval" 2)Terminal voltageE: 2-wire; FOUNDATION Fieldbus, switch output (inpreparation)G: 2-wire; PROFIBUS PA, switch output• Non-Ex• Ex nA• Ex nA(ia)• Ex ic• Ex ic(ia)• Ex d(ia) / XP• Ex ta / DIP• CSA GP9 to 32 V 3)• Ex ia / IS• Ex ia + Ex d(ia) / IS + XP9 to 30 V 3)1) Feature 020 of the product structure2) Feature 010 of the product structure3) Input voltages up to 35 V will not spoil the device.Polarity sensitive NoFISCO/FNICO compliantaccording to IEC 60079-27YesPower consumption "Power supply; Output" 1)Power consumptionA: 2-wire; 4-20mA HART < 0.9 WB: 2-wire; 4-20mA HART, switch output < 0.9 WC: 2-wire; 4-20mA HART, 4-20mA < 2 x 0.7 WK: 4-wire 90-253VAC; 4-20mA HART 6 VAL: 4-wire 10,4-48VDC; 4-20mA HART 1.3 W1) Feature 020 of the product structureCurrent consumption HARTNominal current 3.6 to 22 mA, the start-up current for multidrop mode can be parametrized (isset to 3.6 mA on delivery)Breakdown signal(NAMUR NE43)adjustable: 3.59 to 22.5 mAPROFIBUS PANominal current 14 mAError current FDE (FaultDisconnection Electronic)0 mA
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 27FOUNDATION Fieldbus (in preparation)Device basic current 15 mAError current FDE (FaultDisconnection Electronic)0 mAFISCOUi 17.5 VIi 550 mAPi 5.5 WCi 5 nFLi 10 μHPower supply failure • Configuration is retained in the HistoROM (EEPROM).• Error messages (incl. value of operated hours counter) are stored.Potential equalization No special measures for potential equalization are required.If the device is designed for hazardous areas, observe the information in the documentation"Safety Instructions" (XA, ZD).Terminals • Without integrated overvoltage protectionPlug-in spring terminals for wire cross-sections 0.5 to 2.5 mm2 (20 to 14 AWG)• With integrated overvoltage protectionScrew terminals for wire cross-sections 0.2 to 2.5 mm2 (24 to 14 AWG)Cable entries • Cable gland (not for Ex d):– Plastics M20x1.5 for cable 5 to 10 mm (0.2 to 0.39 in): non-Ex, ATEX/IECEx/NEPSI Ex ia/ic– Metal M20x1.5 for cable 7 to 10 mm (0.28 to 0.39 in): dust-Ex, FM IS, CSA IS, CSA GP, ExnA• Thread for cable entry:– ½" NPT– G ½"– M20 × 1.5• Connector (only for non-Ex, Ex ic, Ex ia): M12 or 7/8"Cable specification • Minimum cross-section: (→ 27)• For ambient temperature TU≥60 °C (140 °F): use cable for temperature TU +20 K.HART• A normal device cable suffices if only the analog signal is used.• A shielded cable is recommended if using the HART protocol. Observe grounding concept of theplant.• For 4-wire devices: Standard device cable is sufficient for the power line.PROFIBUSUse a twisted, screened two-wire cable, preferably cable type A.For further information on the cable specifications, see Operating Instructions BA00034S"Guidelines for planning and commissioning PROFIBUS DP/PA", PNO Guideline 2.092"PROFIBUS PA User and Installation Guideline" and IEC61158-2 (MBP).FOUNDATION Fieldbus (in preparation)Endress+Hauser recommends using twisted, shielded two-wire cables.For further information on the cable specifications, see Operating Instructions BA00013S"FOUNDATION Fieldbus Overview", FOUNDATION Fieldbus Guideline and IEC 61158-2 (MBP).
Micropilot FMR5028 Endress+HauserOvervoltage protection If the measuring device is used for level measurement in flammable liquids which requires the use ofovervoltage protection according to DIN EN 60079-14, standard for test procedures 60060-1 (10kA, pulse 8/20 μs), overvoltage protection has to be ensured by an integrated or externalovervoltage protection module.Integrated overvoltage protectionAn integrated overvoltage protection module is available for 2-wire HART as well as PROFIBUS PAand FOUNDATION Fieldbus devices.Product structure: Feature 610 "Accessory mounted", option NA "Overvoltage protection".Technical dataResistance per channel 2 * 0.5 Ω maxThreshold DC voltage 400 to 700 VThreshold impulse voltage < 800 VCapacitance at 1 MHz < 1.5 pFNominal arrest impulse voltage (⁸⁄₂₀ μs) 10 kAExternal overvoltage protectionHAW562 or HAW569 from Endress+Hauser are suited as external overvoltage protection.For detailed information please refer to the following documents:• HAW562: TI01012K• HAW569: TI01013K
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 29Performance characteristicsReference operatingconditions• Temperature = +24 °C (+75 °F) ±5 °C (±9 °F)• Pressure = 960 mbar abs. (14 psia) ±100 mbar (±1.45 psi)• Humidity = 60 % ±15 %• Reflector: metal plate with a minimum diameter of 1 m (40 in)• No major interference reflections inside the signal beamMaximum measured error Typical data under reference operating conditions: DIN EN 61298-2, percentage values in relation tothe span.Device Value Outputdigital analog 1)FMR50Standard versionSum of non-linearity,nonrepeatability andhysteresis± 2 mm (0.08 in) ± 0.02 %Offset/Zero ± 4 mm (0.2 in) ± 0.03 %FMR50Version with application package"Advanced dynamics" 2)Sum of non-linearity,nonrepeatability andhysteresis± 3 mm (0.12 in) ± 0.02 %Offset/Zero ± 4 mm (0.2 in) ± 0.03 %1) Only relevant for 4-20mA current output; add error of the analog value to the digital value.2) Product structure: Feature 540 "Application Package", Option EM "Advanced dynamics"Differing values in near-range applications2 (0.08)0-2 (-0.08)A 1 (3.3)4 (0.16)-4 (-0.16)RD[mm]([in])D [m] ([ft])A0019041 11 Maximum measured error in near-range applications; values for standard versionΔ Maximum measured errorA Lower edge of the antennaD Distance from the lower edge A of the antennaR Reference point of the distance measurement
Micropilot FMR5030 Endress+Hauser3 (0.12)0-3 (-12)A 2 (6.6) D [m] ([ft])20 (0.79)-20 (-0.79)RD[mm]([in])A0019042 12 Maximum measured error in near-range applications; values for version with the "Advanced dynamics"application packageΔ Maximum measured errorA Lower edge of the antennaD Distance from the lower edge A of the antennaR Reference point of the distance measurementMeasured value resolution Dead band according to EN61298-2:• digital: 1 mm• analog: 1 μAReaction time The reaction time can be parametrized. The following step response times (as per DIN EN61298-2) 1)are valid if the damping is switched off:Tank height Sampling rate Step response time< 10 m (33 ft) ≥ 3.6 s–1 < 0.8 s< 40 m (132 ft) ≥ 2.7 s–1 < 1 sInfluence of ambienttemperatureThe measurements are carried out in accordance with EN 61298-3• Digital (HART, PROFIBUS PA):– Standard version: average TK = 2 mm/10 K; maximum 5 mm– Version with advanced dynamics 2): average TK = 5 mm/10 K; maximum 15 mm• Analog (current output):– zero point (4 mA): average TK = 0.02 %/10 K– span (20 mA): average TK = 0.05 %/10 K1) According to DIN EN 61298-2 the response time is the time which passes after a sudden change of the input signal until the output signal for thefirst time assumes 90% of the steady-state value.2) Feature 540 "Application Package", option EM
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 31InstallationInstallation conditions Mounting positionA1 2 3A0016882• Recommended distance A from wall to outeredge of nozzle: ~ 1/6 of tank diameter.Nevertheless the device should not beinstalled closer than 15 cm (5.91 in) to thetank wall.• Not in the center (2), as interference cancause signal loss.• Not above the fill stream (3).• It is recommended to us a weather protectioncover (1) in order to protect the device fromdirect sun or rain.Vessel installationsA0018944Avoid any installations (limit switches,temperature sensors, braces, vacuum rings,heating coils, baffles etc.) inside the signalbeam. Take into account the beam angle(→ 34).
Micropilot FMR5032 Endress+HauserReduction of interference echoesA0016890Metallic screens mounted at a slope spreadthe radar signal and can, therefore, reduceinterference echoes.Measurement in a plastic vesselIf the outer wall of the vessel is made of a non-conductive material (e.g. GRP), microwaves can alsobe reflected off interfering installations outside the signal beam (e.g. metallic pipes (1), ladders (2),grates (3), ...). Therefore, there should be no such interfering installations in the signal beam. Pleasecontact Endress+Hauser for further information.231A0017123
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 33Optimization options• Antenna sizeThe bigger the antenna, the smaller the beam angle α and the fewer interference echoes(→ 34).• MappingThe measurement can be optimized by means of electronic suppression of interference echoes.• Antenna alignmentTake into account the marker on the flange or threaded connection (→ 36) (→ 37) .• Stilling wellA stilling well can be applied to avoid interferences (→ 39).• Metallic screens mounted at a slopeThey spread the radar signals and can, therefore, reduce interference echoes.
Micropilot FMR5034 Endress+HauserBeam angleaDWaD _=22. . tanWA0016891 13 Relationship between beam angle α, distance D and beamwidth diameter WThe beam angle is defined as the angle α where the energy density of the radar waves reaches halfthe value of the maximum energy density (3-dB-width). Microwaves are also emitted outside thesignal beam and can be reflected off interfering installations.Beam diameter W as a function of beam angle α and measuring distance D:FMR50Antenna size 40 mm (¹-¹⁄₂ in) 80 mm (3 in) 100 mm (4 in)Beam angle α 23° 10° 8°Measuring distance (D) Beamwidth diameter W3 m (9.8 ft) 1.22 m (4 ft) 0.53 m (1.7 ft) 0.42 m (1.4 ft)6 m (20 ft) 2.44 m (8 ft) 1.05 m (3.4 ft) 0.84 m (2.8 ft)9 m (30 ft) 3.66 m (12 ft) 1.58 m (5.2 ft) 1.26 m (4.1 ft)12 m (39 ft) 4.88 m (16 ft) 2.1 m (6.9 ft) 1.68 m (5.5 ft)15 m (49 ft) 6.1 m (20 ft) 2.63 m (8.6 ft) 2.10 m (6.9 ft)20 m (66 ft) 8.14 m (27 ft) 3.50 m (11 ft) 2.80 m (9.2 ft)25 m (82 ft) 10.17 m (33 ft) 4.37 m (14 ft) 3.50 m (11 ft)30 m (98 ft) - 5.25 m (17 ft) 4.20 m (14 ft)35 m (115 ft) - 6.12 m (20 ft) 4.89 m (16 ft)40 m (131 ft) - 7.00 m (23 ft) 5.59 m (18 ft)
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 35Measuring conditions • In case of boiling surfaces, bubbling or tendency for foaming use FMR53 or FMR54. Dependingon its consistence, foam can either absorb microwaves or reflect them off the foam surface.Measurement is possible under certain conditions. For FMR50, FMR51 and FMR52, the additionaloption "Advanced dynamics" is recommended in these cases (feature 540: "Application Package",option EM).• In case of heavy steam development or condensate, the maximum measuring range of FMR50,FMR51 and FMR52 may decrease depending on density, temperature and composition of thesteam → use FMR53 or FMR54.• For the measurement of absorbing gases such as ammonia NH3 or some fluorocarbons 3), pleaseuse Levelflex or Micropilot FMR54 in a stilling well.• The measuring range begins, where the beam hits the tank bottom. Particularly with dish bottomsor conical outlets the level cannot be detected below this point.• For stilling well applications, the zero should be positioned at the end of the tube, as theelectromagnetic waves do not propagate completely outside the tube. It must be taken intoaccount that the accuracy may be reduced in the area C. In order to guarantee the requiredaccuracy in these cases, it is recommended to position the zero-point at a distance C above the endof the tube (see figure).• In case of media with a low dielectric constant (εr = 1.5 to 4) 4)the tank bottom can be visiblethrough the medium at low levels (low height C). Reduced accuracy has to be expected in thisrange. If this is not acceptable, we recommend positioning the zero point at a distance C (seefigure) above the tank bottom in these applications.• In principle it is possible to measure up to the tip of the antenna with FMR51, FMR53 and FMR54.However, due to considerations regarding corrosion and build-up, the end of the measuring rangeshould not be chosen any closer than A (see figure) to the tip of the antenna.• When using FMR54 with planar antenna, especially for media with low dielectric constants, theend of the measuring range should not be closer than 1 m (3.28 ft) to the flange.• The smallest possible measuring range B depends on the antenna version (see figure).• The tank height should be at least H (see table).100%0%BACHøDA0018872Device A [mm (in)] B [m (ft)] C [mm (in)] H [m (ft)]FMR50 150 (5.91)> 0.2 (0.7) 50 to 250 (1.97 to 9.84) > 0.3 (1.0)3) Affected compounds are e.g. R134a, R227, Dymel 152a.4) Dielectric constants of important media commonly used in the industry are summarized in the document SD106F, which can be downloadedfrom the Endress+Hauser web page (www.endress.com).
Micropilot FMR5036 Endress+HauserInstallation in vessel (freespace)Horn antenna encapsulated (FMR50)Alignment• Align the antenna vertically to the product surface.• A marking at the threaded connection enables alignment of the antenna. This marking must bealigned towards the tank wall as well as possible.90°90°90°90°90°A0019434Nozzle mountingFor optimum measurement, the tip of the antenna should extend below the nozzle. Nozzle heightsup to 500 mm (19.7 in) can be accepted if this should not be possible due to mechanical reasons.HøDA0016806 14 Nozzle height and diameter for horn antenna, encapsulated (FMR50)Antenna size 40 mm (1½ in)D 39 mm (1.54 in)H < 60 mm (2.36 in)Please contact Endress+Hauser for applications with higher nozzle.Threaded connection• Tighten with the hexagonal nut only.• Tool : Hexagonal wrench 50 mm• Maximum permissible torque: 35 Nm (26 lbf ft)
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 37Horn antenna with slip-on flange (FMR50)AlignmentWhen using the Micropilot with a slip-on flange in explosion-hazardous areas, strictly observeall specifications in the relevant Safety Instructions (XA).• Align the antenna vertically to the product surface.Optionally, a variable flange seal, which is available as an accessory, can be used for alignment(see Technical Information BA01048F, chapter "Accessories").• A marking at the feedthrough enables alignment of the antenna. This marking must be alignedtowards the tank wall as well as possible.90°90°90°90°90°A0019439Nozzle mounting HøDA0016868 15 Nozzle height and diameter for horn antenna with slip-on flange (FMR50/FMR56)Antennasize80 mm (3 in) 100 mm (4 in)D 80 mm (3.15 in) 100 mm (3.94 in) 150 mm (5.91 in) 100 mm (3.94 in) 150 mm (5.91 in)H <500 mm (19.7 in)<500 mm (19.7 in)<500 mm (19.7 in)<500 mm (19.7 in)<500 mm (19.7 in)
Micropilot FMR5038 Endress+HauserHorn antenna with mounting bracket (FMR50)A0016865 16 Installation of the horn antenna with mounting bracket (FMR50/FMR56)Align the antenna vertically to the product surface using the mounting bracket.NOTICEThe mounting bracket has no conductive connection to the transmitter housing.Danger of electrostatic charge‣ Connect the mounting bracket to the local potential equalization system.
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 39Installation in stilling well190°A0016841 17 Installation in stilling well1 Marking for antenna alignment• For horn antenna: Align the marking towards the slots of the stilling well.• Measurements can be performed through an open full bore ball valve without any problems.• After mounting, the housing can be turned 350° in order to simplify access to the display and theterminal compartment.
Micropilot FMR5040 Endress+HauserRecommendations for the stilling well• Metal (no enamel coating; plastic on request).• Constant diameter.• Diameter of stilling well not larger than antenna diameter.• Diameter difference between horn antenna and inner diameter of the stilling well as small aspossible.• Weld seam as smooth as possible and on the same axis as the slots.• Slots offset 180° (not 90°).• Slot width or diameter of holes max. 1/10 of pipe diameter, de-burred. Length and number do nothave any influence on the measurement.• Select horn antenna as big as possible. For intermedaite sizes (e.g. 180 mm (7 in)) select nextlarger antenna and adapt it mechanically (for horn antennas)• At any transition (i.e. when using a ball valve or mending pipe segments), no gap may be createdexceeding 1 mm (0.04 in).• The stilling well must be smooth on the inside (average roughness Rz ≤ 6.3 μm (248 μin)). Useextruded or parallel welded stainless steel pipe. An extension of the pipe is possible with weldedflanges or pipe sleeves. Flange and pipe have to be properly aligned at the inside.• Do not weld through the pipe wall. The inside of the stilling well must remain smooth. In case ofunintentional welding through the pipe, the weld seam and any unevenness on the inside need tobe carefully removed and smoothened. Otherwise, strong interference echoes will be generatedand material build-up will be promoted.• Particularly on smaller nominal widths it needs to be observed that flanges are welded to the pipesuch that they allow for a correct orientation (marker aligned toward slots).The performance of Micropilot FMR54 with planar antenna is not dependent on the alignmentor geometry of standard stilling wells. No special alignment is required. However, make surethat the planar antenna is installed vertically relative to the stilling well axis.
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 41Examples for the construction of stilling wells100%0%100%0%A BA AA-A150…500(5.91...19.7)150…500(5.91...19.7)mm (in)2144CD5667131(0.04)≤1(0.04)≤A0019009A Micropilot FMR50/FMR51: Horn 40mm(1½")B Micropilot FMR50/FMR51/FMR52/FMR54: Horn 80mm(3")C Stilling well with slotsD Full bore ball valve1 Marking for axial alignment2 Threaded connection3 e.g. welding neck flange DIN26334 hole max. 1/10 stilling well5 hole max. 1/10 stilling well; single sided or drilled through6 Inside of holes deburred7 Diameter of opening of ball valve must always be equivalent to pipe diameter; avoid edges and constrictions.
Micropilot FMR5042 Endress+HauserInstallation in bypass12290°90°A0019446 18 Installation in bypass1 Marking for antenna alignment2 Tank connectors• Alighn the marker perpendicular (90°) to the tank connectors.• Measurements can be performed through an open full bore ball valve without any problems.• After mounting, the housing can be turned 350° in order to simplify access to the display and theterminal compartment.
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 43Recommendations for the bypass pipe• Metal (no plastic or enamel coating).• Constant diameter.• Select horn antenna as big as possible. For intermediate sizes (e.g. 95 mm (3.5 in)) select nextlarger antenna and adapt it mechanically (for horn antennas).• Diameter difference between horn antenna and inner diameter of the bypass as small as possible.• At any transition (i.e. when using a ball valve or mending pipe segments), no gap may be createdexceeding 1 mm (0.04 in).• In the area of the tank connections (~ ±20 cm (7.87 in)) ia reduced accuracy of the measurementhas to be expected.
Micropilot FMR5044 Endress+HauserExample for the construction of a bypass100%0%AA AA-Amm (in)200(7.87)200(7.87)200(7.87)200(7.87)B54412C33≤1(0.04)A0019010A Micropilot FMR50/FMR51/FMR52/FMR54: Horn 80mm(3")B Full bore ball valveC Minimum distance to upper connection pipe: 400 mm (15,7 in)1 Marking for axial alignment2 e.g. welding neck flange DIN26333 Diameter of the connection pipes as small as possible4 Do not weld through the pipe wall; the inside of the bypass must remain smooth.5 Diameter of opening of ball valve must always be equivalent to pipe diameter. Avoid edges and constrictions.
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 45Vessels with heat insulation12A0019141If process temperatures are high, the device must be included in normal tank insulation to preventthe electronics heating up as a result of heat radiation or convection. The insulation may not exceedbeyond the neck of the housing.
Micropilot FMR5046 Endress+HauserEnvironmentAmbient temperature range Measuring device –40 to +80 °C (–40 to +176 °F); –50 °C (–58 °F) with manufacturer declaration onrequestLocal display –20 to +70 °C (–4 to +158 °F), the readability of the display may be impaired attemperatures outside the temperature range.When operating the device in the open with strong sunlight:• Mount the device in a shady position.• Avoid direct sunlight, especially in warmer regions.• Use a weather protection cover (see accessories).Ambient temperature limits The following diagrams take into account only functional aspects. There may be furtherrestrictions for certified device versions. Please refere to the separate Safety Instructions(→ 73).With a temperature (Tp) at the process connection the admissible ambient temperature (Ta) isreduced according to the following diagram (temperature derating):Information concerning the derating tablesOption MeaningA 2-wire; 4-20 mA HARTB 2-wire; 4-20 mA HART, switch outputC 2-wire; 4-20 mA HART, 4-20 mAE 2-wire; FF, switch outputG 2-wire; PA, switch outputK 4-wire 90-253VAC; 4-20 mA HARTL 4-wire 10, 4-48VDC; 4-20 mA HARTFMR50Housing: GT19 (Plastics PBT)Temperature unit: °C (°F)TpP5 P4P3P2P1TaA0019351Power Supply; Output (Pos. 2 ofthe product structure)P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6Tp Ta Tp Ta Tp Ta Tp Ta Tp Ta Tp TaA -40(-40)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)-40(-40)-40(-40)-40(-40)- -BSwitch output not used-40(-40)76(169)76(169)76(169)80(176)75(167)80(176)-40(-40)-40(-40)-40(-40)- -BSwitch output used-40(-40)60(140)60(140)60(140)80(176)58(136)80(176)-40(-40)-40(-40)-40(-40)- -CChannel 2 not used-40(-40)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)-40(-40)-40(-40)-40(-40)- -CChannel 2 used-40(-40)74(165)74(165)74(165)80(176)73(163)80(176)-40(-40)-40(-40)-40(-40)- -E, GSwitch output not used-40(-40)79(174)79(174)79(174)80(176)79(174)80(176)-40(-40)-40(-40)-40(-40)- -E, GSwitch output used-40(-40)63(145)63(145)63(145)80(176)60(140)80(176)-40(-40)-40(-40)-40(-40)- -
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 47FMR50Housing: GT20 (Alu, coated)Temperature unit: °C (°F)TpP5 P4P3P2P1TaA0019351Power Supply; Output (Pos. 2 ofthe product structure)P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6Tp Ta Tp Ta Tp Ta Tp Ta Tp Ta Tp TaA -40(-40)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)-40(-40)-40(-40)-40(-40)- -BSwitch output not used-40(-40)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)-40(-40)-40(-40)-40(-40)- -BSwitch output used-40(-40)77(171)77(171)77(171)80(176)76(169)80(176)-40(-40)-40(-40)-40(-40)- -CChannel 2 not used-40(-40)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)-40(-40)-40(-40)-40(-40)- -CChannel 2 used-40(-40)79(174)79(174)79(174)80(176)79(174)80(176)-40(-40)-40(-40)-40(-40)- -E, GSwitch output not used-40(-40)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)80(176)-40(-40)-40(-40)-40(-40)- -E, GSwitch output used-40(-40)78(172)78(172)78(172)80(176)78(172)80(176)-40(-40)-40(-40)-40(-40)- -K, L -40(-40)77(171)77(171)77(171)80(176)77(171)80(176)-40(-40)-40(-40)-40(-40)- -Storage temperature –40 to +80 °C (–40 to +176 °F)–50 °C (–58 °F) with manufacturer declaration on requestClimate class DIN EN 60068-2-38 (test Z/AD)Altitude according toIEC61010-1 Ed.3Up to 2000 m (6600 ft) above MSL.Can be expanded to 3000 m (9800 ft) above MSL by application of an overvoltage protection, e.g.HAW562 or HAW569.Degree of protection • With closed housing tested according to:– IP68, NEMA6P (24 h at 1.83 m under water surface)– For plastic housing with transparent cover (display module): IP68 (24 h at 1.00 m under watersurface) 5)– IP66, NEMA4X• With open housing: IP20, NEMA1 (also ingress protection of the display)Degree of protection IP68 NEMA6P applies for M12 PROFIBUS PA plugs only when thePROFIBUS cable is plugged in and is also rated IP68 NEMA6P.Vibration resistance DIN EN 60068-2-64 / IEC 68-2-64: 20 to 2000 Hz, 1 (m/s2)2/HzCleaning the antenna The antenna can get contaminated, depending on the application. The emission and reception ofmicrowaves can thus eventually be hindered. The degree of contamination leading to an errordepends on the medium and the reflectivity, mainly determined by the dielectric constant εr.If the medium tends to cause contamination and deposits, cleaning on a regular basis isrecommended. Care has to be taken not to damage the antenna in the process of a mechanical orhose-down cleaning. The material compatibility has to be considered if cleaning agents are used! Themaximum permitted temperature at the flange should not be exceeded.5) This restriction is valid if the following options of the product structure have been selected at the same time: 030("Display, Operation") =C("SD02") or E("SD03"); 040("Housing") = A("GT19").
Micropilot FMR5048 Endress+HauserElectromagneticcompatibility (EMC)Electromagnetic compatibility to all relevant requirements of the EN 61326- series and NAMURrecommendation EMC (NE21). For details see declaration of conformity. 6).If only the analogue signal is used, unshielded interconnection lines are sufficient for theinstallation. In case of using the digital signal (HART/ PA/ FF) use shielded interconnection lines.Max. fluctuations during EMC- tests: < 0.5 % of the span. As an exception to this, the maximumfluctuations may amount to 2 % of the span for devices with plastic housing and see-through lid(integrated display SD02 or SD03) if strong electromagnetic interferences in the frequenency rangeof 1 to 2 GHz are present.6) Can be downloaded from www.endress.com.
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 49ProcessProcess temperature range Sensor Process Connection Process temperature rangeFMR50 • Thread ISO228 G1½• Thread ANSI MNPT1½–40 to +130 °C (–40 to +266 °F)Flange –40 to +80 °C (–40 to +176 °F)Process pressure range Sensor Process pressure rangeFMR50 prel = –1 to 3 bar (–14.5 to 43.5 psi)pabs < 4 bar (58 psi)Dielectric constant • For liquids– εr ≥ 1.9 in free-field applications– εr ≥ 1.4 in stilling well• For bulk solidsεr ≥ 1.6
Micropilot FMR5050 Endress+HauserMechanical constructionDimensions Dimensions of the electronics housing163(6.42)134.5(5.3)ø106(ø4.17)78 (3.07) 90 (3.54)99.5 (3.92)*ø106(ø4.17)R100A0011346 19 Housing GT19 (Plastics PBT); Dimensions in mm (in) *This measure is valid for devices with integrated overvoltage protection.144(5.67)141.5(5.57)117.1(4.61)ø111(ø4.37)-1°ø108.5(ø4.27)78 (3.07) 90 (3.54)97 (3.82)*ø103.5(ø4.07)R100A0011665 20 Housing GT20 (Alu coated); Dimensions in mm (in) *This measure is valid for devices with integrated overvoltage protection.
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 51Dimensions FMR50 (process connection/antenna)Rø39 (1.54)A B126.4(4.98)67.5(2.66)45.5(1.79)50 mmødmm (in)øcbaA0017741A G1½", NPT1½" threaded versionB Horn DN80 (3")/DN100 (4") standard versionR Reference point of the measurementDimension DN80 DN100a 137.9 mm (5.43 in) 150.5 mm (5.93 in)b 15 mm (0.59 in) 20 mm (0.79 in)c 107 mm (4.21 in) 127 mm (5 in)d 115 mm (4.53 in) 135 mm (5.31 in)
Micropilot FMR5052 Endress+HauserRøa øiøiøjøjøkg8 x24(0.94)øbøcø240.7 (9.48)ødøkRCA Bf148(5.83)n18.5(0.73)20(0.79)35.5(1.4)20(0.79)eøhøhmm (in)pggA0017742A Horn DN80 (3")/DN100 (4"); flange DN80/DN100 (with slotted hole) with slip-on flangesuitable for DN80 PN16 / ANSI 3" 150 lbs / 10K 80suitable for DN100 PN16 / ANSI 4" 150 lbs / 10K 100B Horn DN80 (3"); flange DN100/DN150; slip-on flange with adapter ring to fix the antennasuitable for DN100 PN16 / ANSI 4" 150 lbs / 10K 100suitable for DN150 PN16 / ANSI 6" 150 lbs / 10K 150C Horn DN100 (4"); flange DN150; slip-on flange with adapter ring to fix the antennasuitable for DN150 PN16 / ANSI 6" 150 lbs / 10K 150R Reference point of the measurementDimension DN80 (3") DN100 (4") DN150 (6")a 75 mm (2.95 in) 95 mm (3.74 in) -b 115.6 mm (4.55 in) 135.6 mm (5.34 in) -c 156.2 mm (6.15 in) - -d 200 mm (7.87 in) 228.6 mm (9 in) -e 15.5 mm (0.61 in) 20.5 mm (0.81 in) -f 119 mm (4.69 in) 131.5 mm (5.18 in) -g 8 x 21 mm (0.83 in) 8 x 19 mm (0.75 in) 8 x 23 mm (0.91 in)h 143 mm (5.63 in) 163 mm (6.42 in) -i - 175 mm (6.89 in) 240 mm (9.45 in)j - 190.5 mm (7.5 in) 241.3 mm (9.5 in)k - 228.6 mm (9 in) 285 mm (11.2 in)n 129.5 mm (5.1 in) 142 mm (5.59 in) -p 30.5 mm (1.2 in) 35.5 mm (1.4 in) -
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 53mm (in)A B162.5(6.4)205 (8.07)A0017746A Mounting bracket with alignment for roof mountingB Mounting bracket with alignment for wall mountingWeight HousingPart WeightHousing GT19 - plastic approx. 1.2 kg (2.7 lbs)Housing GT20 - aluminium approx. 1.9 kg (4.2 lbs)Antenna and process connectionDevice Weight of antenna and process connectionFMR50 max. 1.5 kg (3.3 lbs) + weight of flange 1)1) For the weight of the flange refer to Technical Information TI00426F.Materials Housing2.1 1 2.2 5678934A0013788Housing GT19 - plasticNo. Part: material No. Part: material1 Housing: PBT 5 Cable entry• Sealing: EMPB• Cable gland: polyamide (PA), nickel-plated brass(CuZn)• Adapter: 316L (1.4435)2.1 Cover of the electronics compartment• Cover:– PA (see-through cover)– PBT (non-transparent cover)• Cover seal: EPDM
Micropilot FMR5054 Endress+HauserHousing GT19 - plasticNo. Part: material No. Part: material2.2 Cover of the terminal compartment• Cover: PBT• Cover seal: EPDM6 Dummy plug: nickel-plated brass (CuZn)7 Pressure relief stopper: nickel-plated brass (CuZn)4 Turn housing• Screw: A4-70• Clamp: 316L (1.4404)8 Ground terminal• Screw: A2• Spring washer: A4• Clamp: 304 (1.4301)• Holder: 304 (1.4301)9 IdentificationNameplate: stickerHousing GT20 - die-cast aluminum, powder-coated, seawater-resistantNo. Part: material No. Part: material1 Housing: AlSi10Mg(<0.1% Cu)Coating: polyester5 Cable entry• Sealing: EMPB• Cable gland: polyamide (PA), nickel-plated brass(CuZn)• Adapter: 316L (1.4435)2.1 Cover of the electronics compartment• Cover: AlSi10Mg(<0.1% Cu)• Window: glass• Cover seal: EPDM2.2 Cover of the terminal compartment• Cover: AlSi10Mg(<0.1% Cu)• Cover seal: EPDM6 Dummy plug: nickel-plated brass (CuZn)7 Pressure relief stopper: nickel-plated brass (CuZn)3 Cover lock• Screw: A4• Clamp: 316L (1.4404)8 Ground terminal• Screw: A2• Spring washer: A2• Clamp: 304 (1.4301)• Holder: 304 (1.4301)4 Turn housing• Screw: A4-70• Clamp: 316L (1.4404)9 IdentificationNameplate: stickerAntenna and process connectionFMR50A B C D1237 7 7353 4682 2A0018949A Standard version with mounting bracketB Horn antenna with slip-on flangeC Horn antenna with flange and adapter ringD Threaded version
Micropilot FMR5056 Endress+HauserOperabilityOperating concept Operator-oriented menu structure for user-specific tasks• Commissioning• Operation• Diagnostics• Expert levelQuick and safe commissioning• Guided menus ("Make-it-run" wizards) for applications• Menu guidance with brief explanations of the individual parameter functionsReliable operation• Local operation in different languages (see product structure, feature "Additional OperationLanguage")• Standardized operation at the device and in the operating tools• Data storage device (HistoROM) for process and measuring device data with event logbookavailable at all times - even if electronics modules are replacedEfficient diagnostics increase measurement reliability• Remedy information is integrated in plain text• Diverse simulation options and line recorder functionsLocal operation Order code for "Display; Operation", option C "SD02" Order code for "Display; Operation", option E "SD03"(in preparation)+E–1A00155441+E–A00155461 Operation with pushbuttons 1 Operation with touch controlDisplay elements• 4-line display• In the case of order code for "Display; Operation", option E: white background lighting; switches tored in event of device errors (in preparation)• Format for displaying measured variables and status variables can be individually configured• Permitted ambient temperature for the display: –20 to +60 °C (–4 to +140 °F)The readability of the display may be impaired at temperatures outside the temperature range.Operating elements• In the case of order code "Display; Operation", Option C: local operation with 3 push buttons ( , ,E)• In the case of order code for "Display; Operation", option E: external operation via touch control; 3optical keys: , , E(in preparation)• Operating elements also accessible in various hazardous areasAdditional functionality• Data backup functionThe device configuration can be saved in the display module.• Data comparison functionThe device configuration saved in the display module can be compared to the current deviceconfiguration.• Data transfer functionThe transmitter configuration can be transmitted to another device using the display module.
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 57Operation with remotedisplay and operatingmodule FHX50321A0013137 21 FHX50 operating options1 Housing of the remote display and operating module FHX502 Display and operating module SD02, push buttons; cover must be removed3 Display and operating module SD03, optical keys; can be operated through the glass of the cover (inpreparation)Remote operation Via HART protocol124 5 796 83A0013764 22 Options for remote operation via HART protocol1 PLC (programmable logic controller)2 Transmitter power supply unit, e.g. RN221N (with communication resistor)3 Connection for Commubox FXA191, FXA195 and Field Communicator 375, 4754 Field Communicator 375, 4755 Computer with operating tool (e.g. FieldCare, AMS Device Manager, SIMATIC PDM)6 Commubox FXA191 (RS232) or FXA195 (USB)7 Field Xpert SFX1008 VIATOR Bluetooth modem with connecting cable9 Transmitter
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 59Via FOUNDATION Fieldbus (in preparation)FF-H1FF-H1BTBTPS34PSBTSBBTFF-HSEINLDENDRESS + HAUSERE+–%1122A0017188 23 FOUNDATION Fieldbus system architecture with associated components1 FFblue Bluetooth modem2 Field Xpert SFX1003 FieldCare4 NI-FF interface cardIN Industrial networkFF-HSE High Speed EthernetFF-H1 FOUNDATION Fieldbus-H1LD Linking Device FF-HSE/FF-H1PS Bus Power SupplySB Safety BarrierBT Bus Terminator
Micropilot FMR5060 Endress+HauserVia service interface (CDI)+E–123A00140191 Service interface (CDI) of the measuring device (= Endress+Hauser Common Data Interface)2 Commubox FXA2913 Computer with "FieldCare" operating tool
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 61Integration in tank gaugingsystemThe Endress+Hauser Tank Side Monitor NRF590 provides integrated communications for sites withmultiple tanks, each with one or more sensors on the tank, such as radar, spot or averagetemperature, capacitive probe for water detection and/or pressure sensors. Multiple protocols out ofthe Tank Side Monitor guarantee connectivity to nearly any of the existing industry standard tankgauging protocols. Optional connectivity of analog 4...20 mA sensors, digital I/O and analog outputsimplify full tank sensor integration. Use of the proven concept of the intrinsically safe HART bus forall on-tank sensors yields extremely low wiring costs, while at the same time providing maximumsafety, reliability and data availability.NXA82016...253 VAC1 2 346785A0017982 24 The complete measuring system consists of:1 Tankvision workstation2 Commubox FXA195 (USB) - optional3 Computer with operating tool (ControlCare) - optional4 Level measuring device5 Temperature measuring device6 Tank Side Monitor NRF5907 Pressure measuring device8 Tankvision Tank Scanner NXA820
Micropilot FMR5062 Endress+HauserSystem integration viaFieldgateVendor Managed InventoryBy using Fieldgates to interrogate tank or silo levels remotely, suppliers of raw materials can providetheir regular customers with information about the current supplies at any time and, for example,account for them in their own production planning. For their part, the Fieldgates monitor theconfigured level limits and, if required, automatically activate the next supply. The spectrum ofoptions here ranges from a simple purchasing requisition via e-mail through to fully automatic orderadministration by coupling XML data into the planning systems on both sides.Remote maintenance of measuring equipmentFieldgates not only transfer the current measured values, they also alert the responsible standbypersonnel, if required, via e-mail or SMS. In the event of an alarm or also when performing routinechecks, service technicians can diagnose and configure connected HART devices remotely. All that isrequired for this is the corresponding HART operating tool (e.g. FieldCare, ...) for the connecteddevice. Fieldgate passes on the information transparently, so that all options for the respectiveoperating software are available remotely. Some on-site service operations can be avoided by usingremote diagnosis and remote configuration and all others can at least be better planned andprepared.-ENDRESS+HAUSERRN 221NENDRESS+HAUSERRN 221N.20...45 VDCFXN520FXN5201 1 2A0011278 25 The complete measuring system consists of devices and:1 Fieldgate FXA5202 Multidrop Connector FXN520The number of instruments which can be connected in mutidrop mode can be calculated by the"FieldNetCalc" program. A description of this program can be found in Technical Information TI400F (Multidrop Conncector FXN520). The program is available form your Endress+Hausersales organisation or in the internet at: www.de.endress.com/Download (text search ="Fieldnetcalc").
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 63Certificates and approvalsCE mark The measuring system meets the legal requirements of the applicable EC guidelines. These are listedin the corresponding EC Declaration of Conformity together with the standards applied.Endress+Hauser confirms successful testing of the device by affixing to it the CE mark.C-Tick symbol The measuring system meets the EMC requirements of the "Australian Communications and MediaAuthority (ACMA)".Ex approval • ATEX• IEC Ex• CSA (in Vorbereitung)• FM (in Vorbereitung)• NEPSI (in Vorbereitung)• TIIS (in Vorbereitung)Additional safety instructions must be observed for applications in hazardous areas. They arecontained in the separate "Safety Instructions" (XA) document, which is included in the scope ofdelivery. Reference is made to the XA on the nameplate of the device.Details on the available certificats as well as the associated XAs can be found in the Associateddocumentation chapter in the Safety instructions section: (→ 73).Dual seal according toANSI/ISA 12.27.01The devices Micropilot FMR5x have been designed according to ANSI/ISA 12.27.01 as dual sealdevices, allowing the user to waive the use and save the cost of installing external secondary processseals in the conduit as required by the process sealing sections of ANSI/NFPA 70 (NEC) and CSA22.1 (CEC). These instruments comply with the North-American installation practice and provide avery safe and cost-saving installation for pressurized applications with hazardous fluids.Further information can be found in the control drawings of the relevant devices.Functional Safety Used for level monitoring (MIN, MAX, range) up to SIL 3 (homogeneous or inhomogeneousredundancy), independently assessed by TÜV Rhineland as per IEC 61508. Other information seedocumentation SD01087F: "Functional Safety Manual".Pressure EquipmentDirectiveThe Micropilot is not subject to the scope of the Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC, as it doesnot have a pressure-bearing housing according to article 1, section 2.1.4 of the directive.Marine certificate (inpreparation)in preparationRadio standardEN302729-1/2The devices Micropilot FMR50, FMR51, FMR52, FMR56 and FMR57 are conform with the LPR(Level Probing Radar) standard EN302729-1/2. The devices are allowed to be used inside or outsideof closed bins or tanks in countries of th EU and the EFTA. Precondition is that the country itselfalready has implemented the directive.At present, the following countries have already implemented the directive:Belgium, Bulgaria, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, France, Greece, Great Britain, Ireland, Iceland, Italy,Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Netherland, Norway, Austria, Poland, Romania, Sweden,Switzerland, Slovakia, Spain, Czech Republic and Cyprus.All countries not mentioned above are at present in the implementation phase.For the use of the devices outside of closed bins or tanks, the following has to be observed:1. The installation has to be done by trained personnel.2. The antenna of the device has to be mounted on a fixed place and vertically to the bottom.3. The mounting place has to be in a distance of at least 4 km to the mentioned astronomicalstations or an appropriate permission has to be issued by the national authority. If the device is
Micropilot FMR5064 Endress+Hausermounted at a distance of 4 to 40 km from the stations mentioned, the maximum mountingheight is restricted to 15 m (49 ft).Astronomical stationsCountry Name of the station Geographical latitude Geographical longitudeGermany Effelsberg 50°3132" N 06°5300" EFinland Metsähovi 60°1304" N 24°2337" ETuorla 60°2456" N 24°2631" EFrance Plateau de Bure 44°3801" N 05°5426" EFloirac 44°5010" N 00°3137" WUnited Kingdom Cambridge 52°0959" N 00°0220" EDamhall 53°0922" N 02°3203" WJodrell Bank 53°1410" N 02°1826" WKnockin 52°4724" N 02°5945" WPickmere 53°1718" N 02°2638" WItaly Medicina 44°3114" N 11°3849" ENoto 36°5234" N 14°5921" ESardinia 39°2950" N 09°1440" EPoland Krakow Fort Skala 50°0318" N 19°4936" ERussia Dmitrov 56°2600" N 37°2700" EKalyazin 57°1322" N 37°5401" EPushchino 54°4900" N 37°4000" EZelenchukskaya 43°4953" N 41°3532" ESweden Onsala 57°2345" N 11°5535" ESwitzerland Bleien 47°2026" N 08°0644" ESpain Yebes 40°3127" N 03°0522" WRobledo 40°2538" N 04°1457" WHungary Penc 47°4722" N 19°1653" EIn general the requirements of EN 302729-1/2 has to be taken in consideration.Radio standardEN302372-1/2The devices Micropilot FMR50, FMR51, FMR52, FMR53, FMR54, FMR56 and FMR57 are conformwith the TLPR (Tanks Level Probing Radar) standard EN302372-1/2 and can always be used inclosed tanks or bins. For installation, points a to f in Annex B of EN302372-1 have to be taken intoaccount.FCC / Industry Canada This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following twoconditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept anyinterference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.Canada CNR-Gen Section 7.1.3This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject tothe following two conditions: (1) This device may not interference, and (2) this device must acceptany interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR dIndustrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exemptsde licence. Lexploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) lappareil ne doit pasproduire de brouillage, et (2) lutilisateur de lappareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectriquesubi, même si le brouillage est susceptible den compromettre le fonctionnement.[Any] changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance couldvoid the users authority to operate the equipment.
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 65CRN approval in preparationTrack record FMR5x is the upgrade model of the corresponding FMR2xx series.Other standards andguidelines• EN 60529Degrees of protection by housing (IP code)• EN 61010-1Protection Measures for Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control, Regulation andLaboratory Procedures.• IEC/EN 61326"Emission in accordance with Class A requirements". Electromagnetic compatibility (EMCrequirements)• NAMUR NE 21Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of industrial process and laboratory control equipment.• NAMUR NE 43Standardization of the signal level for the breakdown information of digital transmitters withanalog output signal.• NAMUR NE 53Software of field devices and signal-processing devices with digital electronics• NAMUR NE 107Status classification as per NE107• NAMUR NE 131Requirements for field devices for standard applications• IEC61508Functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety-related systems
Micropilot FMR5066 Endress+HauserOrdering informationOrdering information Detailed ordering information is available from the following sources:• In the Product Configurator on the Endress+Hauser website: www.endress.com → Select country →Instruments → Select device → Product page function: Configure this product• From your Endress+Hauser Sales Center: www.endress.com/worldwideProduct Configurator - the tool for individual product configuration• Up-to-the-minute configuration data• Depending on the device: Direct input of measuring point-specific information such asmeasuring range or operating language• Automatic verification of exclusion criteria• Automatic creation of the order code and its breakdown in PDF or Excel output format• Ability to order directly in the Endress+Hauser Online Shop5-point linearity protocol (inpreparation)The following notes must be taken into account if option F4 ("5 point linearity protocol") hasbeen selected in feature 550 ("Calibration").The five points of the linearity protocol are evenly distributetd across the measuring range (0% to100%). In order to define the measuring range, Empty calibration (E) and Full calibration (F) haveto be specified 7).The following restrictions have to be taken into account when defining E and F:RAF200(7.87)mm (in)EA0017983Minimum distance between reference point (R) and100% levelMinimum span Maximum value for "emptycalibration"A ≥ Length of antenna + 200 mm (8 in)Minimum value: 400 mm (16 in)F ≥ 400 mm (16 in) E ≤ 24 m (79 ft)The linearity is checked under reference conditions.The selected values of Empty calibration and Full calibration are only used to record thelinearity protocol and are reset to their antenna specific default values thereafter. If valuesdifferent from the default are required, they must be ordered as a customized parametrization(→ 67).7) If E and F are not specified, antenna dependent default values will be used instead.
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 67Customized parametrization If the option IJ "Customized parametrization HART", IK "Customized parametrization PA" or IL"Customized parametrization FF" has been selected in feature 570 "Service", customer specificpresettings can be selected for the following parameters:Parameter Communication Selection list / range ofvaluesSetup → Distance unit • HART• PA• FF• in• mmSetup → Empty calibration • HART• PA• FF0 to 70 m (0 to 230 ft)Setup → Full calibration • HART• PA• FF0 to 70 m (0 to 230 ft)Setup → Adv. Setup → Current output 1/2 → Damping HART 0 to 999,9 sSetup → Adv. Setup → Current output 1/2 → Failure mode HART • Min• Max• Last valid valueExpert → Comm. → HART config. → Burst mode HART • Off• On
Micropilot FMR5068 Endress+HauserAccessoriesDevice-specific accessoriesAccessory DescriptionWeather protection cover222(8.74)mm (in)A001546655°35°b164 (6.46)273.8 (10.8)155(6.1)65°255.1 (10)mm (in)298.5 (11.8)aA0015472a 37.8 mm (1.49 in)b 54 mm (2.13 in)The weather protection cover can be ordered together with the device (product structure, feature 620 "AccessoryEnclosed", option PB "Weather Protection Cover").Alternatively, it can be separately ordered as an accessory; order code 71132889.
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 69Accessory DescriptionVariable flange seal forFMR50/FMR56h2314°øDødhmaxhmin±8°A00188711 UNI slip-on flange2 Variable flange seal3 NozzleThe material and process conditions of the adjustable flange seal must fit the process properties (temperature,pressure, resistance).Variable flange seal DN80 DN100 DN150Order code 71074263 71074264 71074265compatible with • DN80 PN10-40• ANSI3" 150lbs• JIS 10K 80A• DN100 PN10-40• ANSI 4" 150lbs• JIS 10K 100A• DN150 PN10-40• ANSI 6"150lbs• JIS 10K 150AMaterial EPDMProcess pressure –0.1 to 0.1 bar (–1.45 to 1.45 psi)Process temperature –40 to +80 °C (–40 to +176 °F)D 142 mm (5.59 in) 162 mm (6.38 in) 218 mm (8.58 in)d 89 mm (3.5 in) 115 mm (4.53 in) 169 mm (6.65 in)h 22 mm (0.87 in) 23.5 mm (0.93 in) 26.5 mm (1.04 in)hmin 14 mm (0.55 in) 14 mm (0.55 in) 14 mm (0.55 in)hmax 30 mm (1.18 in) 33 mm (1.3 in) 39 mm (1.45 in)
Micropilot FMR5070 Endress+HauserAccessory DescriptionMounting bracket for wallor ceiling mounting ofFMR50/FMR56mm (in)A B162.5(6.4)205 (8.07)A0017746 26 Mounting bracket for FMR50/FMR56 with horn antennaA Mounting at ceilingB Mounting at wallMaterial– Mounting bracket: 304 (1.4301)– Screws: A2– Nordlock washer: A4Accessory DescriptionInstallation bracket forFMR50400 (15.7) 120 (4.72)120(4.72)30(1.18)250(9.84)Gø16 (0.63)3 (0.12) mm (in)A0019206• Material: 316Ti (1.4571)• Suited for antenna version 1):BM: Horn 40mm (1½"), PVDF encapsulated, -40...130°C (-40...266°F)• Suited for process connection 2):– GGF: Thread ISO228 G1½, PVDF– RGF: Thread ANSI MNPT1½, PVDFThe mounting bracket has no conductive connection to the transmitter housing.Danger of electrostatic charging.Connect the mounting bracket to the local potential equalization system.1) Feature 070 of the product structure2) Feature 100 of the product structure
Micropilot FMR50Endress+Hauser 71Accessory DescriptionRemote display FHX50A0019128• Material:– Plastics PBT– 316L (in preparation)• Suitable for the display modules:– SD02 (push buttons)– SD03 (touch control) (in preparation)• Connection cable:– Cable with M12 plug; supplied with the FHX50; up to 30 m (98 ft)– Customer supplied standard cable; up to 60 m (196 ft)• If the remote display is to be used, the Micropilot must be ordered in the version "Prepared for display FHX50"(feature 030, option L or M). For the FHX50, on the other hand, the option A: "Prepared for display FHX50" hasto be selected in feature 050: "Option Measurement Device".• If a Micropilot has not been ordered in the version "Prepared for display FHX50", but is nevertheless to beequipped with an FHX50, it is essential to select the option B: "Not prepared for display FHX50" in feature 050:"Option Measurement Device" of the FHX50. In this case, a retrofit kit, needed to prepare the Micropilot for theremote display, is supplied together with the FHX50.For details refer to the document SD01007F.Communication-specificaccessoriesAccessory DescriptionCommubox FXA195HARTFor intrinsically safe HART communication with FieldCare via the USB interface.For details refer to Technical Information TI00404FAccessory DescriptionCommubox FXA291 Connects Endress+Hauser field devices with CDI interface (= Endress+HauserCommon Data Interface) to the USB interface of a computer.For details refer to Technical Information TI00405CAccessory DescriptionHART Loop ConverterHMX50Evaluates the dynamic HART variables and converts them to analog current signalsor limit values.For details refer to Technical Information TI00429F and OperatingInstructions BA00371F