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Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007FCU 2165/2175Field Communication Unitwww.rosemount-tg.com


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXRosemount Tank Radar REXTank Gauging SystemNOTICERead this manual before working with the product. For personal and system safety, and foroptimum product performance, make sure you thoroughly understand the contents beforeinstalling, using, or maintaining this product.For equipment service or support needs, contact your local Emerson ProcessManagement/Rosemount Tank Gauging representative.The contents, descriptions and specifications within this manual is subject to changewithout notice. Rosemount TankRadar AB accepts no responsibility for any errors that mayappear in this manual.Spare PartsAny substitution of non-recognized spare parts may jeopardize safety. Repair, e.g.substitution of components etc, may also jeopardize safety and is under no circumstancesallowed.Rosemount Tank Radar AB will not take any responsibility for faults, accidents, etc causedby non-recognized spare parts or any repair which is not made byRosemount Tank Radar AB.Specific FCC Requirements (USA only)Rosemount TankRadar REX generates and uses radio frequency energy. If it is not installedand used properly, that is, in strict accordance with the manufacturer´s instructions, it mayviolate FCC regulations on radio frequency emission.Rosemount TankRadar REX has been FCC certified under test conditions which assume ametallic tank. Installation on a non-metallic tank is not certified, and is not allowed.The FCC certificate for Rosemount TankRadar REX requires that the tank is closed as faras emitted radio energy is concerned. Tanks with open manholes, external-floating-rooftanks without still pipes etc. are not covered by the certificate.Cover Photo: Cover_Picture.tifwww.rosemount-tg.com


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXTable of ContentsSECTION 1Description of FCU 2165/2175SECTION 2Configuration1.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11.2 FCU 2165 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-31.2.1 Ports. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-41.3 FCU 2175 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-51.3.1 Processor Module and Serial I/O Module . . . . . . . . . 1-71.3.2 Field Interface Carrier Module andField Interface Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-81.3.3 Field Isolation Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-81.3.4 Number of Supported Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-91.3.5 Front Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-91.3.6 Rear Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-101.4 Field Terminations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-101.5 Power Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-101.6 Engineering Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-111.7 Ethernet Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-111.8 Reset Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-111.9 Green LED – RUNNING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-111.10 Red LED – CPU Activity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-112.1 TankMaster WinSetup Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22.1.1 Communication Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22.1.2 Install FCU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-32.1.3 Install Tank. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-62.2 Configuration Tools Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-102.2.1 System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-112.2.2 Install the FCU Config Tools Software . . . . . . . . . . . 2-112.2.3 Uninstall the FCU Configuration Tools Software . . . 2-112.2.4 Install a Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-122.2.5 Install an FCU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-142.2.6 Install a Tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-182.2.7 Install a Gauge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-212.2.8 Install an Aux Gauge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-332.2.9 Save / Open Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-352.2.10 Downloading FCU Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-362.2.11 Uploading FCU Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-372.3 PC Link . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-382.3.1 Restarting PC Link . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-392.4 Changing IP Address / FCU Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-402.4.1 Establishing Contact with the FCU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-402.4.2 Entering Configuration Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-422.5 Configuration for Redundancy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-442.6 Commands for Servo Gauges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-452.7 ITG Configuration (Whessoe®) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-472.7.1 Downloading ITG Config . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-48www.rosemount-tg.com


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20072.7.2 Uploading ITG Config. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-48SECTION 3Interfacing to WhessoeGauges3.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13.2 General Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13.2.1 Field Transmitters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13.2.2 Electrical Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-23.2.3 Loop Architecture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-23.2.4 Communication Parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-23.3 Commissioning The FCU2165/2175 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-33.3.1 Preparation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3TOC-2Table of Contents


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXSection 1 Description of FCU 2165/21751.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1-11.2 FCU 2165 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1-31.3 FCU 2175 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1-51.4 Field Terminations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1-101.5 Power Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1-101.6 Engineering Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1-111.7 Ethernet Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1-111.8 Reset Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1-111.9 Green LED – RUNNING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1-111.10 Red LED – CPU Activity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1-111.1 INTRODUCTION The Rosemount Field Communication Unit, FCU 2165/2175, providesseamless integration of tank gauges from different vendors. The FCUcontinuously polls data from field devices such as radar and servo tankgauges, data acquisition units, I/O Modules, other FCUs, Enraf ® CIU:s etcand stores data in a buffer memory.With the FCU it is possible to connect to devices from vendors such as Enraf ®and Whessoe ® (Varec ® , GPE ® , L&J ® etc. are coming possibilities).Whenever a request for data is received from a host, the FCU canimmediately send data from the updated buffer memory. The FCU can servicerequests from a wide range of hosts/DCS systems such as RosemountTankMaster ® , Enraf ® Entis, Yokogawa ® , ABB ® , Honeywell ® , Foxboro ® amongothers (it is possible to connect any system using Modbus protocol).The operation of the FCU is determined by the configuration downloaded to itby a host configuration program. Configuration information is downloaded tothe FCU over the Ethernet network, which can therefore be done remotely.The configuration of the FCU can be modified on-line by downloadingmodifications from the host configuration software. For example, new gaugescan be added, a gauge can be modified from one type to another, or movedfrom one port to another.Each of the ports can be configured either as a master or a slave connection,providing ultimate configuration flexibility.The FCU 2165 has 10 ports of which 4 are reserved for RS 232. The FCU2175 can be ordered with 8, 16, 24 or 32 flexible ports. See pages 1-4 to 1-5.For applications requiring more capacity or when devices are distributed overa large area, multiple FCUs can be used. Two FCUs can also be connected inparallel with one unit operational and the other as a redundant backup. Thebackup unit is automatically activated in case of a primary unit failure (hotstandby). See “Configuration for Redundancy” on page 2-44.www.rosemount-tg.com


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007The number of devices per port varies between different manufacturers(protocol and / or electrical interface dependent) and may also have physicallimitations imposed by the quality and length of field cables and distribution ofdevices (the table below shows typical values).In some cases devices can be multi-dropped to increase the capacity of aport. For example, multiple Enraf ® CIU’s could be multi-dropped onto oneport. However, in order to maximize performance, the devices are normallyspread over a greater number of interfaces than generally necessary. Thisserves to increase the overall data acquisition rate.Table 1-1. Communication portsGauge Vendor Equipment Electrical Interface Max Gauges / Interface (port)Rosemount Tank Gauging2900, 3900, Pro TRL/2 8FCU 2160 RS 232, RS 485 or TRL/2 32 (via FCU 2160)Enraf ®CIU 858 (1)RS 232 30CIU 880 (1) RS 232 50GPU or GPP protocol gauges BPM 10Microlect (1)Whessoe ®WM 550 protocol gauges Current Loop 32WM 500 protocol gauges Current Loop 256 (via 16 outstations)(1) The FCU 2165 can replace an Enraf ® Microlect or CIU unit.Maximum 256 devices (1) (host dependent, 160 (2) for Rosemount TankMaster)can be supported by one FCU 2165 or FCU2175.(1) Limitation in the FCU database.(2) Limitation in the Rosemount TankMaster Server.1-2 Section 1. Description of FCU 2165/2175


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REX1.2 FCU 2165Figure 1-1. Functional Drawingof FCU 2165PowerSupplyUnitProcessorModuleCommunication LEDsEthernet portResetSer 2-12 portsMainsFilterElectrical Interface Modules &Field Isolation ModulesPowerConnectionFieldTerminationsSer 2-12 portsThe FCU 2165 enclosure is delivered with 13 holes suitable for20 mm glands. All field terminations and Mains Power enter the enclosurethrough one of the gland entries provided. An entry is also reserved for theEthernet connection to the Processor Module.The processor module is designed to accept a range of electrical interfacedrivers: RS 232 (standard), RS 422, RS 485, Rosemount TRL/2, Enraf ® BPMand Whessoe ® Current Loop.Some of the electrical interface drivers require a specific Field IsolationModule, mounted onto the barrier plate (i.e the Rosemount TRL/2 Modulerequires the Rosemount TRL/2 Field Isolation Module). If Field IsolationModules are required, they are always pre-mounted in factory. They connectto the Processor Module through a short cable terminated with an RJ12 plug.Section 1. Description of FCU 2165/21751-3


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20071.2.1 PortsFigure 1-2. Electrical CircuitBoard Layout.P1RP 3500PowerLK 8P2LK 7 LK 1JTAGIC 22IC 21IC 24IC 23LK 3LK 4IC 12 IC 11LK 6IC 10 IC 9 IC 8 IC 7 IC 6 IC 5IC 3 IC 2LK 10LK 2LK 5IC 4ResetEthernet SER 2 SER 3 SER 4 SER 5 SER 6 SER 7 SER 8 SER 9 SER 10 SER 11 SER 12Table 1-2. Communication portsPort Connection Electrical Interface Baud Rate & Communication SettingsEthernet RJ 45 Ethernet Application dependentSER 2 RJ 12 RS 232 as default (1) Must be the same as for SER 6.SER 3 RJ 12 RS 232 as default (1) Application dependentSER 4, Engineering port RJ 12 RS 232 as default (1) Application dependentSER 5 RJ 12 RS 232 only Application dependentSER 6 RJ 12 RS 232 only Must be the same as for SER 2.SER 7 RJ 12 RS 232 as default (1) Must be the same as for SER 11.SER 8 RJ 12 RS 232 as default (1) Must be the same as for SER 12.SER 9 RJ 12 RS 232 as default (1) Application dependentSER 10 RJ 12 RS 232 as default (1) Application dependentSER 11 RJ 12 RS 232 only Must be the same as for SER 7.SER 12 RJ 12 RS 232 only Must be the same as for SER 8.(1) Can also be configured as RS 422, RS 485 or other electrical interface using the correspondingelectrical interface driver module.The FCU 2165 has 10 serial connections (SER 2-3, 5-12) of which 4 arereserved for RS 232, see Table 1-2.SER 4 is dedicated as the engineering port. It is normally set to 9600 baud, noparity, 8 data bits and 1 stop bit. It is used by the operating system of the FCU2165 to send bootstrap messages at power on or after reset and it alsoprovides local logon capability using a PC with a terminal emulation softwarepackage such as Hyper Terminal in MS Windows. See “Changing IP Address/ FCU Name” on page 2-40.The Ethernet port is used for configuration of the FCU via a PC withConfiguration Tools software (see pages 2-2 and 2-10)1-4 Section 1. Description of FCU 2165/2175


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXIt is recommended to use SER 2 and 3 for tank gauging hosts.The RS 422 interface is four-wire, the RS 485 is half duplex two-wire.The FCU 2165 is designed to be powered from an 85 VAC to 265 VAC,50/60 Hz power source.1.3 FCU 2175 The FCU 2175 is supplied in a 19” rack mounting enclosure.Data communication can be verified by the activity indicated on the LEDs ofeach field communication port. There are two LEDs, one designated TransmitData (Tx), the other Receive Data (Rx). See Figure 1-10 on page 1-10.The FCU 2175 is modular in architecture providing a scalable solution to meetthe current and future needs of any application. It can have 8, 16, 24 or 32serial interfaces configured from a range of different electrical interfaces.The FCU 2175 generally comprises the following modules:• Processor Module (includes battery backed memory. The operation ofthe FCU is controlled by the configuration information in this SRAM).• Serial I/O Expansion Module (only for systems requiring more than 16serial channels)• Field Interface Carrier Module(s)• Field Interface Modules• Field Isolation ModulesFigure 1-3. FCU 2175 Interior.FieldInterfaceModules(max 32)FieldIsolationModules(max 32)Field InterfaceCarrier Modules(max 32)Power SupplyCooling FanEngineeringPortEthernet PortI/O ModulesSerial I/OExpansionModule (with 4I/O Modules)Processor Module (incl.microprocessor, Engineering andEthernet ports, 1 or 2 I/O modules)Section 1. Description of FCU 2165/21751-5


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Figure 1-4. Internal functionalmodules.Field InterfaceModulesCH 1-16Field InterfaceCarrier Module(s)EthernetEngineering PortT1 PortCH 1-8, for 24 and32 serial channelsCH 9-16, for 24 and32 serial channelsPowerSupplyModuleProcessorModuleSerial I/OExpansionModule(only for 24and 32serialchannels)CH 1-8, for 8 and 16serial channelsCH 9-16, for 16 serialchannelsCH 17-24, for 24 and32 serial channelsCH 25-32, for 32serial channelsField InterfaceCarrier ModuleField InterfaceCarrier ModuleCH 1-16CH 17-32Field Interface /Isolation Modulesfor ≤ 16 serial channelsField Interface /Isolation Modulesfor > 16 serial channels (Serial I/OExpansion Module is needed)1-6 Section 1. Description of FCU 2165/2175


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REX1.3.1 ProcessorModule andSerial I/O ModuleThe processor module is fitted with one or two serial I/O modules for 8 and 16channels respectively. For 24 and 32 channels, a serial I/O expansionmodule, holding 3 or 4 I/O modules, is required. If the serial expansionmodule is used, then the processor module is not equipped with any I/Omodules.Figure 1-5.A. Processor Module.B. I/O Module.ABFigure 1-6. Serial I/O ExpansionModule.Section 1. Description of FCU 2165/21751-7


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20071.3.2 Field InterfaceCarrier Moduleand FieldInterface ModuleThe Field Interface Carrier Module has 16 sockets which are designed toaccept a range of Field Interface Modules. The FCU 2175 can accommodate2 Field Interface Carrier Modules therefore providing a maximum of 32 serialchannels.The Field Interface Modules provide the electrical interface to the outsideworld. The following Field Interface Modules are available:• RS 232• RS 485• RS 422• Enraf ® Bi Phase Mark• Rosemount TRL/2• Whessoe ® Current LoopFigure 1-7. Field InterfaceCarrier Module equipped with 13Field Interface Modules (11Enraf ® Bi Phase Mark and 2Rosemount TRL/2).1.3.3 Field IsolationModuleThe Field Isolation Modules provide electrical isolation and transientprotection to the FCU 2175. The external field cabling is terminated to theField Isolation Modules, mounted on the rear panel of the 19-inch rack.Figure 1-8. Field IsolationModule.1-8 Section 1. Description of FCU 2165/2175


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REX1.3.4 Number ofSupportedDevicesThe real-time database has a capacity of 256 devices. In a tank gaugingapplication, a device would be a single tank gauge, therefore 256 gauges canbe supported by a single FCU 2175.For applications requiring more capacity multiple FCUs can be used. Furtherfor applications where devices are distributed over a large area it is oftenmore convenient to use more than one FCU 2175.The FCU 2175 does not impose any constraint on the number of devices thatcan be connected to a single port, however, for performance reasons, it isnormal to distribute the devices over a number of ports.The number of devices per port varies depending on device manufacturer.See table on page 1-2 for the number of devices per port based uponmanufacturers’ recommended guidelines.1.3.5 Front PanelFigure 1-9. Front panel withcommunication LEDs.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8TxRx9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16TxRx17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24TxRx25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32TxRxThe LEDs show the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) status for each of the serialports.The front panel is normally provided on hinges which allows it to be openedfor maintenance and configuration.Section 1. Description of FCU 2165/21751-9


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20071.3.6 Rear PanelFigure 1-10. Rear panel withmaximum 32 host/field interfaceconnectors and LED pairs.ResetRun LEDError LED1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16Fuse17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32PowerN x Host/Field TerminationsN x Transmit/Receive LEDs(N can be 8, 16, 24 or 32)EthernetEngineering Port,RS 232 (TERM)The connector type used for the host/field termination will vary according tothe type of electrical interface.For example, RS 232, RS 485, RS 422 electrical interfaces appear asstandard 9 Way D-Type Male connectors.The Enraf ® BPM, Whessoe ® C/L and Rosemount TRL/2 electrical interfacesappear as 3 Pin Terminal Block style pluggable connectors.1.4 FIELDTERMINATIONSAll field terminations are inside the cover for FCU 2165 and at the rear panelfor the FCU 2175.Figure 1-11. Wiring of host/fieldinterfaces.1 2 3 4 5PinRS 232RS 485RS 4226 7 8 923578RXDTXDGNDRTSCTS—TD+GND—TD-TX+RX+GNDTX-RX-Whessoe ®20 mAScreenLoopEnraf ® BPMTL1ScreenTL2Rosemount TRL/2FB1ScreenFB2+ -1.5 POWERCONNECTIONThe FCU is designed to be powered from an 85 VAC to 265 VAC,50/60 Hz power source. The power input is protected by a Time Delay fuse.1-10 Section 1. Description of FCU 2165/2175


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REX1.6 ENGINEERINGPORTThe FCU is provided with an engineering port, which allows trained personnelto login to the FCU using a computer and to monitor and log the operation ofthe various serial device drivers etc. A simple terminal emulator such asWindows Hyper Terminal can be used for this purpose. See “Changing IPAddress / FCU Name” on page 2-40.The Engineering port is RS 232, configured as follows:• Baud Rate: 9600• Parity: None• Data: 8 bits• Stop: 1 bit1.7 ETHERNET PORT The Ethernet port is used for configuration of the FCU via a PC withConfiguration Tools software (see pages 2-2 and 2-10).1.8 RESET BUTTON The FCU also has a Reset button. Pressing this button will force a full systemrestart. During this time all communications will be lost. The system willre-start automatically after several seconds.1.9 GREEN LED –RUNNING1.10 RED LED – CPUACTIVITYThe green LED indicates that the PROCESSOR MODULE is running validcode. When extinguished, the processor is either halted or stopped.The red LED is a processor control LED. Normal operation is indicated by aflashing light.Section 1. Description of FCU 2165/21751-11


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20071-12 Section 1. Description of FCU 2165/2175


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXSection 2Configuration2.1 TankMaster WinSetup Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . page 2-22.2 Configuration Tools Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2-102.3 PC Link . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2-382.4 Changing IP Address / FCU Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2-402.5 Configuration for Redundancy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2-442.6 Commands for Servo Gauges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2-452.7 ITG Configuration (Whessoe®) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2-47Normally the configuration of the FCU is factory made and the only step left for the user to do is toconfigure the device in TankMaster (Step 3 in picture below). If there is a need for re-configurationof the FCU, it might also be necessary to go through Steps 1 and 2.Factory ConfiguredStep 1. IP address configuration (seepage 2-40)Factory ConfiguredStep 2. Configuration of the FCUwith the Configuration ToolsSoftware (see page 2-10):1. Site Installation2. FCU Installation3. Tank Installation4. Gauge Installation5. Aux Gauge Installation6. Save configuration7. Download configurationStep 3. TankMaster WinSetupConfiguration (see page 2-2):1. Protocol2. FCU Installation3. Tank Installationwww.rosemount-tg.com


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20072.1 TANKMASTERWINSETUPCONFIGURATION2.1.1 CommunicationProtocolThe FCU is pre-configured in factory with the Configuration Tools software(see “Configuration Tools Software” on page 2-10 and forward). The FCU alsoneeds to be configured in TankMaster in order to present measurement datafrom different devices which are connected to the FCU.1. Make sure that the FCU is connected to one of the COM ports on theTankMaster PC.2. In the WinSetup workspace expand Protocols and select the desiredModbus Master protocol channel. Right-click on the icon and choosethe Properties option. The Protocol Channel Properties windowappears.3. Check that the Protocol Channel is enabled and properly configured forthe FCU. See the TankMaster WinSetup User’s Guide for furtherinformation on how to configure communication protocols. Click OK.2-2 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REX2.1.2 Install FCU The purpose is to configure how data from different devices is presented inTankMaster.NOTE!The FCU is already configured with the Config Tools software.1. Right-click on Devices in the WinSetup workspace and choose InstallNew. You will be advised to install an FCU before any otherdevices/tanks. On the question “Do you want to continue?”, click OK.2. For both the FCU 2165 and 2175, choose Device Type FCU (2165).Type the desired name tag (does not have to be the same name asconfigured for the FCU, see page 2-15). Click the Next button. TheCommunication window appears.Section 2. Configuration2-3


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20073. Choose Communication Channel.4. Enter the Modbus Address for the FCU, e.g. 201 (see page 2-15 and2-16).5. Click the Verify Communication button to make sure thatcommunication with the FCU is established - indicated by the followingpop-up dialog.6. Click the Next button to continue in the FCU Communication window.The Properties window appears.7. Configure the positions (Pos.). Each position corresponds to a device,configured in the internal database of the FCU. The numbering of thepositions indicates the order in which the FCU reads tank data. See “Edita Gauge” (Tank Address) on page 2-21 and forward. For each position,enable the appropriate parameters by selecting the check-boxes(level,average temperature, level rate, status, ullage, FWL (1) ), andchoose the number of inputs/outputs from the drop-down menus (currentinput (2) , analog input, HART input, relay output, digital input,temperature).(1) For Rosemount Tank Radar Rex, FWL shall not be selected. One of the analog inputs isused instead, see Aux Scan 1-3 for Saab gauges on page 2-24.(2) Only for analog inputs to Rosemount Tank Radar IDAU.2-4 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REX8. Use the Set values as selected row button if you want to copy theconfiguration of the selected position to all other positions. Use the Clearbutton if you want to deselect all checkboxes and set all drop-downmenus to zero. Click the Next button.9. In the Summary window click the Finish button to finish the FCUinstallation.10. A message with information on a successful FCU installation is receivedand an FCU symbol appears in the tree view.Section 2. Configuration2-5


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20072.1.3 Install Tank The purpose of installing a tank is to associate a device to a certain tank.1. Right-click on Tanks and choose Install New. You will be advised toinstall an FCU before any other devices/tanks. On the question “Do youwant to continue?”, click OK.2. Select Tank Type and enter Tank Tag. Click Next. The Select Devicewindow appears. Associate the tank with the already configured devices(see “Configuration Tools Software” on page 2-10 and forward) in theinternal database of the FCU. Also see the TankMaster WinSetup User’sGuide.3. Choose FCU and expand to see all positions in the internal databaselisted in the Available Devices field.2-6 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REX4. Each position in the database corresponds to a measurement value froma specific device. Select position, reserved for a device e.g.FCU2165-1 003 and click on the right arrow. The device appears in theSelected Devices field. There can be several possible alternatives.Continue until all required devices are listed in the Selected Devicesfield. Click Next. The Configuration window appears.Section 2. Configuration2-7


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20075. Check all Sources and Units. If ok, click Next. The Value Entry windowappears.6. In the Value Source field, verify automatic measurement of the desiredparameters. Enter the Value Range for presentation of measurementdata (TankView window etc.). If ok, click Next. The Summary windowappears.NOTE!Tank Reference Height, entered when installing gauges in WinSetup, andValue Range are not synchronized.2-8 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REX7. In the Summary window click the Finish button to finish the tankinstallation.8. A message with information on a successful tank installation is receivedand a tank symbol appears in the tree view.Section 2. Configuration2-9


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20072.2 CONFIGURATIONTOOLS SOFTWAREThe FCU is configured with the FCU 2165/2175 Configuration Tools software.When the FCU is delivered it is normally pre-configured in factory. Then it isnot necessary to use Configuration Tools software unless you like to changethe configuration.Before starting, make sure to have sufficient site documentation and that youhave already planned how the new FCU will be connected to your system.The following configuration steps are required:Step 1. Site Installation (required to build structure in Config Tools): section 2.2.4Step 2. FCU Installation (actual FCU configuration): section 2.2.5Step 3. Tank Installation (required to build structure in Config Tools): section 2.2.6Step 4. Gauge Installation (actual FCU configuration, internal database): section 2.2.7Step 5. Aux Gauge Installation (actual FCU configuration): section 2.2.8Step 6. Save configuration: section 2.2.9Step 7. Download configuration: section 2.2.10You can prepare the configuration disconnected from the FCU.If you are making the configuration connected to the FCU, the computer caneither be:• Directly connected to the FCU - use a crossed network cable.• Connected to the FCU via the network - use straight cables.Either way, connect the computer to the Ethernet port on the FCU. See pages1-4, 1-10 and 1-11.NOTE!The PC and FCU must have the same network ID, i.e. the first three groups ofnumbers in the IP Address (1) must be identical but the last group must differ.If the PC is directly connected to the FCU and if an IP address change isnecessary, it is easiest to change IP address on the computer.If you have a network connection and need to change IP address, use aterminal emulation program such as Windows Hyper Terminal.See “Changing IP Address / FCU Name” on page 2-40.(1) If you are unsure of the IP address you can use PC Link, see page 2-38.2-10 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REX2.2.1 SystemRequirementsSoftware RequirementsWindows NT 4.0 (service pack 6a).Windows 2000 (service pack 3).Windows XP (service pack 2).Other operating systems may work, but are not specifically supported by thissoftware.Internet Explorer 5.5 or later must be installed.Hardware RequirementsA PC capable of running one of the supported operating systems equippedwith 20 MB of available disk space and an Ethernet network card.2.2.2 Install the FCUConfig ToolsSoftware2.2.3 Uninstall the FCUConfigurationTools SoftwareInsert the FCU Config Tools CD into the CD-ROM drive of the PC. The CDshould auto-start the installer. If not, browse to the CD and doubleclickthe Setup.exe file. Follow the instructions.1. Click on Add/Remove Programs in the Windows Control Panel. Locateand select “FCU Config” in the list of applications installed on yourcomputer2. Click the button labelled “Change/Remove”.3. Click OK.The FCU Configuration Tools software will then be uninstalled. When theprocess has completed a Backup folder and some backup copies of yourconfiguration file may remain on your hard disk in the folder in which youinstalled the software. You can delete these if you no longer require them.Section 2. Configuration2-11


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20072.2.4 Install a Site The purpose of installing a site in the Configuration Tools software is toassociate the different tanks with the corresponding devices.Add a Site1. From the “Site Configuration” menu at the top of the window, select “AddSite”.2. A new site branch appears with the name “Site”.2-12 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXEdit a Site1. Right-click on the site to be edited to bring up the pop-up menu, andselect Edit Site.2. The site configuration window for the selected site appears.3. The Site Name and Site Description are the only editable fields. TheSite Name can only accept 30 characters. The Site Description is afree text box to store any useful information regarding the site.4. Clicking the OK button will save the configuration of the site and closethe site configuration window. The Site Name update will now bereflected in the tree view as well.5. Clicking the Cancel button will ignore any changes made and close thesite configuration window.Section 2. Configuration2-13


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20072.2.5 Install an FCU The purpose is to associate a specific site with the FCU and to configure thecommunication ports. The devices need not be connected when configuringthe FCU.Add an FCU1. Right-click on the site branch to bring up the pop-up menu, and selectAdd FCU.2. A new branch called DATACON appears under your site.2-14 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXEdit an FCU1. Right-click on the FCU to be edited to bring up the pop-up menu, andselect Edit FCU. The FCU configuration window for the selected FCUappears.Master FCU Name (1)(2) is the identification name of the FCU acting as themaster FCU.NOTE!If you only have one FCU it will be the master.Slave FCU Name (2) is the identification name of the FCU acting as thesecondary FCU in a redundant system. See “Configuration for Redundancy”on page 2-44.FCU Model is the type of FCU that will be configured. Select option in thedrop down list, e.g. “2165”.Port is the name of the physical port on the FCU. This cannot be edited.Driver is the communication driver type. Use the driver that corresponds tothe device connected to the port, e.g. “CIU BPM” for Enraf ® gauges. Set anyports that are not in use to “Empty”. See Table on page 2-17 for more detailson drivers.(1) If you are unsure of the FCU Name you can use PC Link, see page 2-38. It is possible tochange the FCU name, see “Changing IP Address / FCU Name” on page 2-40.(2) Master Name and Slave FCU Name can only accept 8 characters, in the range A to Z and0 to 9, and will force the names to be in upper case.Section 2. Configuration2-15


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Comms Parameters are the communication parameters (baud rate, parity,data bits, stop bits, FCU Modbus Address) for the device connected to theport, e.g. “4800,N,8,1”. The most common settings are provided when thedriver is selected but these must always be checked to make sure they arecorrect.NOTE!On certain FCU models, some of the ports cannot be edited. In these casesthe Configuration Tools software will not allow you to edit them, e.g. Ethernetand SER4 on FCU 2165.Clicking the OK button will save the configuration of the FCU and close theFCU configuration window. The FCU updates will also be reflected in the treeview.Clicking the Cancel button will ignore any changes and close the FCUconfiguration window.2-16 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXDriversThe following options are available:DriverCommunication withCIU 858 Enraf CIU 858 (data concentrator) with GPP or GPU communication protocol. RS 232:can connect 1 CIU 858 per port (up to 10 if RS 485 converters or multi-drop modems areused).CIU Prime Enraf CIU 880 Prime, fitted with an CIU 858 emulation portCIU BPM (1) Enraf gauges with GPP (802, 811) and GPU (811, 854, 873, 877) communicationprotocolCIU Varec Varec gauges via an Enraf protocol converter - makes the Varec gauge appear as anEnraf 811WM 500WM 500 gauges via Whessoe Outstations (16 gauges per Outstation) in current loopWM 550Whessoe WM 550, ITG 50, ITG 60 and ITG 70 gaugesFCURosemount Tank Radar gauges via FCU 2160 (Field Communication Unit) which is adata concentrator. RS 232: can connect 1 FCU per port (up to 10 if RS 485 converters ormulti-drop modems are used)FCU FBM Rosemount Tank Radar gauges via FBM (Field Bus Modem)FCU TMRosemount Tank Radar gauges (TankRadar L/2, Rex, Pro)MCS 4000 Motherwell 4000 gaugesMCS 5000 Motherwell 5000 gaugesKrohneBM 70 RTG gaugesModbus MasterModbus TGModbus SlaveRTUOpto 22Not applicableCIU 858 Slave The FCU emulates CIU 858 for communication with Entis.DatamateVTWAn MHT hostVTW Alarm An MHT hostEntis XLAn Enraf Entis XL hostTankMaster A Rosemount TankMaster hostMicrolectAn Enraf Microlect hostFoxboro I/A A Foxboro hostControl(1) Can only be applied for ports SER 2-4 and SER 7-10 for FCU 2165, but try to avoid SER 2-3 sincethese are recommended to use for communication with hosts.2. Press the OK button when the configuration is complete.Section 2. Configuration2-17


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20072.2.6 Install a Tank In this step of the configuration the tanks are associated with a specific FCU.Add a Tank1. Right-click on the FCU branch to bring up the pop-up menu, and selectAdd Tank.2. A new branch appears under your FCU called Tank.Edit a Tank1. Right-click on the tank to be edited to bring up the pop-up menu, andselect Edit Tank. The tank configuration window for the selected tankappears.The Tank Name and Tank Shape are the only editable fields. The TankName can only accept 12 characters, in the range A to Z and 0 to 9, and willforce the name to be in upper case.Tank Shape can be VC (vertical), HZ (horizontal), SP (spherical) or VCFR(vertical with floating roof).2-18 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXClicking the OK button will save the configuration of the tank and close thetank configuration window. The Tank Name and Tank Shape updates willalso be reflected in the tree view.Clicking the Cancel button will ignore any changes made and close the tankconfiguration window.Copy and Paste a TankThese functions are useful to quickly install a number of similar tanks.1. Right-click on the tank to bring up the pop-up menu, and select CopyTank. This will copy the configuration of the selected tank (including allgauges and aux gauges currently configured on it).NOTE!Only one tank can be copied at a time.2. Right-click on the FCU you wish to add the tank to and select PasteTank in the pop-up menu. This will paste a copy of the tank configuration(including all gauges and aux gauges currently configured on it).3. A new branch appears at the bottom of the current FCU tree for thepasted tank.NOTE!A tank can be pasted more than once.Section 2. Configuration2-19


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Delete a Tank1. Right-click on the tank to be deleted and select Delete Tank in thepop-up menu.2. This will delete the settings for the selected tank (including all gaugesand aux gauges currently configured on it).2-20 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REX2.2.7 Install a Gauge The purpose of this step is to configure a port on the FCU to communicatewith a specific gauge.Add a Gauge1. Right-click on the tank branch to bring up the pop-up menu, and selectAdd Gauge. A new gauge branch with gauge type None appears underthe tank.Edit a Gauge1. Right-click on the gauge to be edited to bring up the pop-up menu, andselect Edit [None]. The gauge configuration window for the selectedgauge appears.The options required when configuring a gauge, and the configurationparameters will vary depending on the type of gauge being configured. See“Saab Gauges” on page 2-23, “Enraf® Gauges” on page 2-25, “Whessoe®Gauges” on page 2-27 and “Motherwell® Gauges” on page 2-28.Section 2. Configuration2-21


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007The following gauge types are available:• Enraf ® 802, 811, 854, 873, 877• Whessoe ® 500, 550, ITG 50, ITG 60, ITG 70. If the gauge type is ITG50, 60 or 70, see “ITG Configuration (Whessoe®)” on page 2-47.• Saab L/2, L/2 F, Pro, Pro F, Rex, Rex F (F means that the level rate iscalculated by the gauge and not by the FCU)• Motherwell ® : MSC 4000, 2800, 2800W, 2800TP• GPE ® : 31422, 31422 Rex, 31423, 31423 Metric2. Click the OK button when done. The gauge type update will be reflectedin the tree view.2-22 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXSaab Gauges (1)Position (in decimal) inthe FCU internaldatabase.Aux ScanThe Rex gauge internalregister address fromwhich the FCU startspolling data (should beset to 00).The hexadecimalModbus address for theRex gauge.Specify the units for thevarious parameters thegauge returns.Recommended settingis AUTO.Not used.If the checkbox isselected,individualspotelementsare read.Flow Rate(This is notused forSaabgaugessince levelrate iscalculated).NOTE!Values should be entered in hexadecimal format except for Tank Address.Tank Address determines the gauge’s position in the internal database of theFCU. It is a number between 0 and 255 which is unique to each gaugeconfigured on an FCU.NOTE!Tank Address corresponds to Pos. in the FCU Properties window inWinSetup, see page 2-4. It is important to keep in mind that in WinSetup Pos.starts at 1, but in the Configuration Tools software, Tank Address starts at 0.That is, if a gauge has Tank Address 2 it corresponds to Pos. 3 in TankMaster.(1) On March 1, 2007, former Saab Rosemount changed name to Rosemount Tank Radar AB.Except for the name, nothing has changed. Former Saab TankRadar gauges are now calledRosemount TankRadar gauges.Section 2. Configuration2-23


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Gauge Type is the type of gauge being configured. Only gauges available inthe drop-down list can be used. The following gauge types are available:• Saab L/2• Saab L/2 F• Saab Pro• Saab Pro F• Saab Rex• Saab Rex FNOTE!F means that the gauge is calculating level rate instead of the FCU.FCU Port is the physical port of the FCU that is used to communicate with thegauge.Gauge Address is the register from which level is read in Rosemount TankRadar gauges. The following registers are read by the FCU:Register Description00 Level (double word)02 Device status03 Level rate04 Level (single word)05 Ullage06 Analog Input 107 Analog Input 2The FCU address is the Modbus address of the gauge.Units allow the configuration of level, temperature, density, pressure, volumeand mass units which the gauge returns. Recommended setting is AUTO.Aux Scan (1) are used for inputs from external devices.Example:Aux Scan 1=1C means that average temperature is read from input register1C (28 in decimal). This parameter is left blank if an aux gauge (DAU) is used(see page 2-34).Aux Scan 2-7 are for future use.Temperature from individual spot elements can be gained by selecting theAve Temperature box (switches from no to yes).Individual spot elements are read.Individual spot elements are not read.Flow Rate Damping and Integration provide a way of filtering out leveldeviation to provide more consistent flow rate readings. They should be left asthe default values unless advised otherwise by competent personnel.(1) Aux Scan 1 is reserved for temperature. If an Aux gauge is added temperature is assumedto be read from it and this field is not writable.2-24 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXEnraf ® GaugesPosition (in decimal) inthe FCU internaldatabase.Aux ScanThe physical (fieldbus)address of the gauge(00-99).A=GPP protocol.B=GPU protocol.The request commandto the gauge.Specify the units for thevarious parameters thegauge returns.Recommended settingis AUTO.If the checkbox isselected,individualspotelementsare read.Flow RateTank Address determines the gauge’s position in the internal database of theFCU. It is a number between 0 and 255 which is unique to each gaugeconfigured on an FCU.NOTE!Tank Address corresponds to Pos. in the FCU Properties window inWinSetup, see page 2-4. It is important to keep in mind that in WinSetup Pos.starts at 1, but in the Configuration Tools software, Tank Address starts at 0.That is, if a gauge has Tank Address 2 it corresponds to Pos. 3 in TankMaster.Gauge Type is the type of gauge being configured. Only gauges available inthe drop-down list can be used. The following gauge types are available:• Enraf ® 802• Enraf ® 811• Enraf ® 854• Enraf ® 873• Enraf ® 877FCU Port is the physical port of the FCU that is used to communicate with thegauge.Gauge Address is the physical (fieldbus) address of the gauge (00-99).Section 2. Configuration2-25


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Type of Instrument depends on which communication protocol the gaugehas. If the GPP (1) protocol is used, type A. If the GPU (2) protocol is used, typeB.Type of Record is the request command to the gauge.CIU address is the address of the connected CIU (if applicable).Units allow the configuration of level, temperature, density, pressure, volumeand mass units which the gauge returns. Recommended setting is AUTO.Aux Scan (3) are used for inputs from external devices:• The first field is used for the gauge address on the fieldbus and isusually the same value as in the Gauge Address field.• The second field has information on Type of Record, such as:C=average temperatureP1=liquid pressureP3=vapor pressureTemperature from individual spot elements can be gained by selecting theAve Temperature box (switches from no to yes).Individual spot elements are read.Individual spot elements are not read.Flow Rate Damping and Integration provide a way of filtering out leveldeviation to provide more consistent flow rate readings. They should be left asthe default values unless advised otherwise by competent personnel.(1) 802 and some 811 gauges.(2) 854, 873, 877 and some 811 gauges.(3) Aux Scan 1 is reserved for temperature. If an Aux gauge is added temperature is assumedto be read from it and this field is not writable.2-26 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXWhessoe ® GaugesPosition (in decimal) inthe FCU internaldatabase.The physical (fieldbus)address of the gauge.Address (0-15) of theconnected Outstation(Whessoe 500 ® only)Specify the units for thevarious parameters thegauge returns.Recommended settingis AUTO.Flow RateNot used.Tank Address determines the gauge’s position in the internal database of theFCU. It is a number between 0 and 255 which is unique to each gaugeconfigured on an FCU.NOTE!Tank Address corresponds to Pos. in the FCU Properties window inWinSetup, see page 2-4. It is important to keep in mind that in WinSetup Pos.starts at 1, but in the Configuration Tools software, Tank Address starts at 0.That is, if a gauge has Tank Address 2 it corresponds to Pos. 3 in TankMaster.Gauge Type is the type of gauge being configured. Only gauges available inthe drop-down list can be used. The following gauge types are available:• Whessoe ® 500 (Outstation)• Whessoe ® 550 (Transmitter 1315)• Whessoe ® ITG 50 (see “ITG Configuration (Whessoe®)” on page 2-47)• Whessoe ® ITG 60 (see “ITG Configuration (Whessoe®)” on page 2-47)• Whessoe ® ITG 70 (see “ITG Configuration (Whessoe®)” on page 2-47)FCU Port is the physical port of the FCU that is used to communicate with thegauge.Gauge Address is the physical (fieldbus) address of the gauge (0-15 forWhessoe ® 500 and 0-31 for Whessoe ® 550).Section 2. Configuration2-27


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007The O/S address is the address (0-15) of the connected Outstation. Onlyapplicable for Whessoe ® 500.Units allow the configuration of level, temperature, density, pressure, volumeand mass units which the gauge returns. Recommended setting is AUTO.Flow Rate Damping and Integration provide a way of filtering out leveldeviation to provide more consistent flow rate readings. They should be left asthe default values unless advised otherwise by competent personnel.Motherwell ® GaugesPosition (in decimal) inthe FCU internaldatabase.The physical (fieldbus)address of the gauge.Specify the units for thevarious parameters thegauge returns.Recommended settingis AUTO.Flow RateNot used.Tank Address determines the gauge’s position in the internal database of theFCU. It is a number between 0 and 255 which is unique to each gaugeconfigured on an FCU.NOTE!Tank Address corresponds to Pos. in the FCU Properties window inWinSetup, see page 2-4. It is important to keep in mind that in WinSetup Pos.starts at 1, but in the Configuration Tools software, Tank Address starts at 0.That is, if a gauge has Tank Address 2 it corresponds to Pos. 3 in TankMaster.2-28 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXGauge Type is the type of gauge being configured. Only gauges available inthe drop-down list can be used. The following gauge types are available:• MSC 4000• MSC 2800• MSC 2800W• MSC 2800TPFCU Port is the physical port of the FCU that is used to communicate with thegauge.Gauge Address is the physical (fieldbus) address of the gauge.Units allow the configuration of level, temperature, density, pressure, volumeand mass units which the gauge returns. Recommended setting is AUTO.Flow Rate Damping and Integration provide a way of filtering out leveldeviation to provide more consistent flow rate readings. They should be left asthe default values unless advised otherwise by competent personnel.GPE ® Gauges (L&J ® )Position (in decimal) inthe FCU internaldatabase.The physical (fieldbus)address of the gauge.Specify the units for thevarious parameters thegauge returns.Recommended settingis AUTO.Flow RateNot used.Tank Address determines the gauge’s position in the internal database of theFCU. It is a number between 0 and 255 which is unique to each gaugeconfigured on an FCU.Section 2. Configuration2-29


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007NOTE!Tank Address corresponds to Pos. in the FCU Properties window inWinSetup, see page 2-4. It is important to keep in mind that in WinSetup Pos.starts at 1, but in the Configuration Tools software, Tank Address starts at 0.That is, if a gauge has Tank Address 2 it corresponds to Pos. 3 in TankMaster.Gauge Type is the type of gauge being configured. Only gauges available inthe drop-down list can be used. The following gauge types are available:• GPE ® 31422• GPE ® 31422 Rex• GPE ® 31423• GPE ® 31423 MetricFCU Port is the physical port of the FCU that is used to communicate with thegauge.Gauge Address is the physical (fieldbus) address of the gauge.Units allow the configuration of level, temperature, density, pressure, volumeand mass units which the gauge returns. Recommended setting is AUTO.Flow Rate Damping and Integration provide a way of filtering out leveldeviation to provide more consistent flow rate readings. They should be left asthe default values unless advised otherwise by competent personnel.2-30 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXCopy and Paste a Gauge1. Right-click on the gauge to bring up the pop-up menu, and select CopyGauge. This will copy the configuration of the selected gauge (includingall aux gauges (1) currently configured on it).NOTE!Only one gauge can be copied at a time.2. To paste a gauge that has been copied, right-click on the tank you wishto add the gauge to and select Paste Gauge in the pop-up menu. Thiswill paste a copy of the gauge configuration (including all aux gauges (1)currently configured on it).3. A new branch appears at the bottom of the current tank tree for thepasted gauge.NOTE!A gauge can be pasted more than once.(1) See “Install an Aux Gauge” on page 2-33.Section 2. Configuration2-31


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Delete a Gauge1. Right-click on the gauge to be deleted and select Delete Gauge in thepop-up menu.2. This will delete the settings for the selected gauge (including all auxgauges (1) currently configured on it).(1) See “Install an Aux Gauge” on page 2-33.2-32 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REX2.2.8 Install an AuxGaugeAn aux gauge is an additional device with a separate address which isassociated with a specific level gauge. There are two options, Saab L/2 (SaabRosemount Tank Radar IDAU) and Enraf ® 811. Enraf ® 811 supportstemperature peripherals such as the Enraf ® 877 Field Interface Unit etc.Add an Aux Gauge1. To add an aux gauge to a gauge, right-click on the gauge branch to bringup the pop-up menu, and select Add Aux Gauge. A new gauge branchwith gauge type None appears under the tank.Section 2. Configuration2-33


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Edit an Aux GaugeSaab L/2 - DAU1. If you need to edit an aux gauge, right-click on the gauge to be edited tobring up the pop-up menu, and select Edit [None].2. The aux gauge configuration window, for the selected aux gaugeappears on the right side of the window.NOTE!The options required when configuring an aux gauge, and the descriptions ofconfiguration items will vary depending on the type of gauge being configured.Data therefore only need be entered in the fields that are enabled.Gauge Type is the type of gauge being configured. Only gauges available inthe drop-down list can be used (Saab L/2 or Enraf ® 811).FCU Port is the physical port of the FCU that is used to communicate with thegauge, e.g. “SER8”.Register Address is the starting address for polling data and should be set to1C (28 in decimal) to include temperature from individual spot elements.When an aux gauge is used for temperature input, Aux Scan 1 is left blank(see page 2-23).Slave Address is the Modbus address for the DAU. In this example, the Rexgauge has address 2 which gives the DAU address 102 (66 in hexadecimal).Clicking the OK button will save the configuration of the aux gauge and closethe aux gauge configuration window. The gauge type update will also bereflected in the tree view.2-34 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXClicking the Cancel button will ignore any changes made and close the auxgauge configuration window.Enraf ® 811NOTE!The options required when configuring an aux gauge, and the descriptions ofconfiguration items will vary depending on the type of gauge being configured.Data therefore only need be entered in the fields that are enabled.Gauge Type is the type of gauge being configured. Only gauges available inthe drop-down list can be used (Saab L/2 or Enraf ® 811).FCU Port is the physical port of the FCU that is used to communicate with thegauge, e.g. “SER8”.Gauge Address is the physical (fieldbus) address of the Enraf ® 811 gauge.Type of Record is normally C.CIU Address is the address of the CIU for Gauge Type Enraf ® 811.Clicking the OK button will save the configuration of the aux gauge and closethe aux gauge configuration window. The gauge type update will also bereflected in the tree view.Clicking the Cancel button will ignore any changes made and close the auxgauge configuration window.2.2.9 Save / OpenConfigurationTo save the current configuration, choose File/Save as in the menu. Enter thename of the configuration file, which is in xml-format. It is recommended tosave it in the Config Tool folder which was created during the installation.When starting the Configuration Tools software, the most recent xml-file willopen automatically. If you would like to open another file, use the File/Openmenu alternative.Section 2. Configuration2-35


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20072.2.10 DownloadingFCUConfigurationOnce the FCU configuration is complete it will need to be downloaded to theFCU.Make sure that the computer you are using is connected to the FCU via anEthernet network or crossed Ethernet cable.Downloading a full config will download the FCU port configuration and theFCU gauge configuration to the internal database of the FCU.1. Right-click on the FCU you wish to download to and the pop-up menuappears.2. Select Download To Master (or Download To Slave if you want todownload to a slave FCU) and then Full Config.The port config will start downloading and a progress bar will appearshowing the port download progress to the FCU. Then the gauge configwill start downloading and the progress bar will show the gaugedownload progress to the FCU. During this process, PC Link sometimeshangs. To restart PC Link, see “Restarting PC Link” on page 2-39.During the download you will therefore see two progress bars appear.The first is showing the progress of the port download, and the second isshowing the progress of the gauge download.When the download has completed a message box will be displayedconfirming the successful download.It is also possible to download part of the configuration to the FCU:• Only download port configuration. It is used when you have madechanges to the port configuration but not to the gauge configuration.NOTE!If changes has been made to the port configuration, the FCU must berestarted.• Only download gauge configuration. It is used when you have madechanges to the gauge configuration but not to the port configuration.2-36 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REX2.2.11 Uploading FCUConfigurationThe configuration of an FCU can also be transferred from an FCU to acomputer. If you want to check the configuration or if you would like to make achange, it is a way to make sure the file contains the current FCUconfiguration.Make sure that the computer you are using is connected to the FCU via anEthernet network or crossed over Ethernet cable.NOTE!Uploading a configuration will overwrite any configuration you currently havefor the FCU on your computer.Uploading a full config will upload the FCU port configuration and the FCUgauge configuration from the FCU.1. To upload the full configuration from an FCU, right-click on the FCU youwish to upload from and the pop-up menu appears.2. Select Upload From Master (or Upload From Slave if you want toupload from a slave FCU) and then Full Config.The port config will start uploading and a progress bar will appearshowing the port upload progress to the FCU, then the gauge config willstart uploading and the progress bar will show the gauge uploadprogress to the FCU.When the upload is complete a message box will be displayedconfirming the successful upload.It is also possible to upload part of the configuration to the FCU:• Only upload port configuration.• Only upload gauge configuration.Section 2. Configuration2-37


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20072.3 PC LINK PC Link is a tool to find out the FCU name and IP address. It is a program thatruns as a Windows service and allows a computer to communicate with anFCU (the same connection possibilities apply as described on page 2-10).PC Link lists the names and IP addresses of all FCUs and PCs visible on thenetwork. It also provides a way of checking if an FCU is available on thenetwork for downloading/uploading.1. To launch PC Link from the FCU Configuration Tools, right-click on anyFCU to bring up the pop-up menu, and select PC Link.A command window will appear listing all devices visible on the network.If the state is Up the device is available. If the state is Down (deviceturned off) or if the device is not listed (1) , it is not available.Alternatively, PC Link can be run from any Windows command prompt bytyping “pcldir”, or alternatively “pcldir-ea” for a more advanced listing.(1) If the device is not listed, restart the service PC Link.2-38 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REX2.3.1 Restarting PCLinkTo restart the service PC Link, do the following:Start>Settings>Control Panel>Administrative Tools>Services1. Open the Services utility (located in the computers Control Panel underAdministrative Tools).2. Right click the service PC Link for Windows, and select Restart.Section 2. Configuration2-39


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20072.4 CHANGING IPADDRESS / FCUNAME2.4.1 EstablishingContact with theFCUWhen configuring the FCU with the Configuration Tools software, it is requiredthat the PC and the FCU has the same network ID which sometimes requiresa change of IP address. Changing IP address and / or changing FCU name isdone with a terminal emulation program such as Hyper Terminal.The FCU has to be configured with a unique IP Address.The FCU has a configured Host / Target (1) name, used by PC Link as a meansof unique identification of each device.Where more than one FCU is installed on the same network the Host/Targetnames need to be unique to each FCU.1. Connect to the FCU Engineering port, marked SER4 on the FCU 2165and TERM on the FCU 2175. A standard null modem cable can be used.2. Start up Hyper Terminal in Windows (Accessories/Communication/HyperTerminal).3. Enter a name for the connection e.g. FCU (1) . This name can be recalledlater to avoid having to re-configure the connection.(1) This name must also be used in the Configuration Tools software.2-40 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REX4. Set the Connect using drop-down list to one of the availablecommunication ports.5. Press OK.6. Set the communication parameters to:• 9600 Baud• 8 data bits• No Parity• 1 stop bit• Flow Control -> None7. Press OK.8. In the Hyper Terminal window press the Return key. You should see aprompt. This prompt is being generated by the command line interpreterof the OS-9 operating system embedded within the FCU.9. Press the reset button of the FCU. You should be able to see variousparameters listed, such as Station Name, IP Address, BroadcastAddress, Default Gateway and Subnet Mask.Section 2. Configuration2-41


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20072.4.2 EnteringConfigurationModeFrom here it is for instance possible to change:• Name of the FCU• IP Address1. To enter configuration mode you need to press the reset button five timesin quick succession. After the second reset you will see the bootmessage followed by:Reset Count:2For every reset thereafter the Reset Count will increment by one. Whenthe count reaches five, do not reset again. The FCU will now present alist of choices.2. Enter rc (Reconfigure System) followed by Carriage Return. The currentconfiguration, including the name and IP address of the FCU will bedisplayed.IMPORTANT:When in this mode extreme care should be used as incorrect settings maycause the FCU to malfunction. Ensure you follow the next steps very carefully.3. At the question:Do you want to set default values? (y/n/f/q)Press n (No) followed by Carriage Return.4. For the following questions press n (No) followed by Carriage Return.Do you want to reconfigure continuous confidence test?(y/n/f/q) nDo you want to disable the debugger? (y/n/f/q) nDo you want to enable debugger boot staging? (y/n/f/q)nDo you want to enable the boot menu? (y/n/f/q) nDo you want to enable the software watchdog? (y/n/f/q)nDo you want to change ethernet address? (y/n/f/q) nDo you want to reconfigure the serial port baud rates?(y/n/f/q) nDo you want to reconfigure CPM interrupt parameters?(y/n/f/q) n2-42 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXDo you want to reconfigure SLAVE CPM interruptparameters? (y/n/f/q) nDo you want to reconfigure the IP EXP IRQ's? (y/n/f/q)nDo you want to reconfigure the IP EXP clock? (y/n/f/q)nDo you want to reconfigure the amount of boot RAM?(y/n/f/q) nDo you want to reconfigure the flash block eraselimit? (y/n/f/q) n5. At the following question answer y (Yes).Do you want to reconfigure the Host and Target names?(y/n/f/q) y6. The following or similar will be displayed:Target name is "FCU", Host name is "FCU"Target name:Type in the required Target Name (maximum 8 characters). This is thesame name that will need to be configured in the FCU ConfigurationTools, see page 2-15. Press Carriage Return.7. The following prompt will appear:Host name:Type in the same name as the Target Name and press Carriage Return.8. At the following question answer y (Yes):Do you want to reconfigure the Internet addresses?(y/n/f/q) y9. The following or similar will be displayed:Internet address is 194.75.170.235, Internetbroadcast address is 194.75.170.255Internet address:(n.n.n.n/q):Enter the required IP Address (Internet address) at the prompt followedby the Broadcast address. The Broadcast address should be set thesame as the IP Address apart from the last field which can be set to 255.Example:Internet address:(n.n.n.n/q): 194.75.170.60Internet broadcast address:(n.n.n.n/q):194.75.170.25510. Answer n (No) to the following question:Do you want to reconfigure the boot drivers? (y/n/f/q)n11. A summary of the configuration will follow:Continuous confidence tests are disabledThe debugger is enabled, debugger boot staging isdisabledThe boot menu is disabled, software watchdog isdisabledThe ethernet address is 00:80:FB:05:05:A5Baud rates: console port = 9600, comms port = 9600CPM base interrupt vector is 224 and interrupt levelis 4SLV base interrupt vector is 192 and interrupt levelis 4IP EXP IRQ's : C0 = 1, C1 = 1, D0 = 1, D1 = 1, E0 = 1,E1 = 1, F0 = 1,Section 2. Configuration2-43


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007F1 = 1IP EXP clock : 8MHzThere is 4Mb of boot RAM enabledA maximum of 15 x 128K byte flash blocks may be erasedTarget name is "FCU2165-1", Host name is "FCU2165-1"Internet address is 194.75.170.60, Internet broadcastaddress is194.75.170.255The current boot driver priority is: 1ROMIs this the configuration you want? (y/n/q)(y)es will reconfigure and restart the system.(n)o will restart this reconfiguration program.(q)uit will return you to the boot driver menu.At this final question, if everything is OK, enter y followed by CarriageReturn. This will re-boot the FCU.2.5 CONFIGURATIONFOR REDUNDANCYThe two FCUs should be configured the same except for their PC-Link Namesand Network IP Addresses. Both will have the same Port Configuration, andboth will have the same field devices or gauges configured. The FCUscommunicate operational status information with each other via a dedicatedRS 232 serial link. This control link may be configured on any available serialport of the FCUs.When downloading configuration information or changes to the FCUs, it isimportant to remember to download the same settings to both units. It is notimportant which FCU is selected as the Master and which as the Slave; thisonly sets the initial operation condition after downloading. Later operation willbe determined by the FCUs.2-44 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REX2.6 COMMANDS FORSERVO GAUGESWhen you would like to make a profile scan (temperature/density/water/datumplate dip) there are a number of gauge commands within WinSetup which canbe used.1. Right-click on the FCU in the WinSetup workspace and chooseProperties. Click on the Gauge Commands and choose Profile Scan.Figure 2-1. Example: Thedisplacer position is at 10 m. Atemperature scan is required, 1m from the bottom of the tank upto 7 m height, in threemeasurement intervals.Section 2. Configuration2-45


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Profile Type is the decimal value which corresponds to the binary valuegained from the table below:bit 0bit 1bit 2bit 30=Tank Profile1=Interface Profile0=Downwards Scan1=Upwards Scan0=Exclude Water Level Dip1=Include Water Level Dip with Profile Scan.0=Exclude Datum Level Dip1=Include Datum Level Dip with Profile Scanbit 40=Include Temperature Profile Scan1=Exclude Temperature Profile Scanbit 50=Include Density Profile Scan1=Exclude Density Profile Scanbit 6 Not used - set to 0bit 70=Profile Scan Limit Levels, use absolute positions.1=Profile Scan Limit Levels, use relative positions.Example: A temperature dip=10100000 (binary) 160 (decimal).Profile Lower Limit Level (mm): distance from displacer position to theend/lower position (if downwards scan). Example: 10000-1000=9000 mm. 0means the value pre-configured in the gauge is used.Profile Upper Limit Level (mm): distance from displacer position to thestart/upper position (if downwards scan). Example: 10000-7000=3000 mm. 0means the value pre-configured in the gauge is used.Profile Interval: 0 means the value pre-configured in the gauge is used.1-64: Number of Profile Level Positions.≥ 65: Profile Level Interval (mm).2. Click the Execute button to perform the scan.2-46 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REX2.7 ITGCONFIGURATION(WHESSOE ® )The following step is used if a Whessoe ® ITG 50, 60 or 70 gauge is connectedto an FCU port.NOTE!Unlike the rest of the FCU gauge configuration, the ITG Configuration doesnot download/upload to the FCU but instead directly communicates with thegauge. Any settings altered will affect the gauge directly.1. If gauge type is set to an ITG gauge, click the advanced button on thegauge configuration window. ITG gauge must be reflected in the treeview before entering the advanced mode.2. The ITG configuration window appears. The ITG Config tab containsmost of the configuration items for the ITG. While the ISH tab containsthe configuration items of the ISH.Section 2. Configuration2-47


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007NOTE!Some of the items may be disabled depending on the type of ITG gaugebeing configured.2.7.1 Downloading ITGConfig2.7.2 Uploading ITGConfigClicking the download button will download the ITG configuration settings tothe ITG gauge.Clicking the upload button will upload the current configuration settings fromthe ITG gauge.2-48 Section 2. Configuration


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Section 3Rosemount Tank Radar REXInterfacing to Whessoe Gauges3.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-13.2 General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-13.3 Commissioning The FCU2165/2175 . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-33.1 INTRODUCTION This chapter covers the main steps when interfacing Whessoe gauges to theRosemount FCU2165/2175. It is not intended as a detailed protocoldescription of the Whessoe protocol nor is it a detailed explanation how toinstall, configure and troubleshoot Whessoe gauges.For detailed instructions on Whessoe Gauges, refer to the original WhessoeInstallation and Maintenance instructions.The FCU2165/2175 supports Whessmatic 500 and Whessmatic 550.3.2 GENERALINFORMATION3.2.1 FieldTransmittersThis chapter gives an product overview and how the products interconnectwith each other.There is a wide variety of Whessoe gauging instruments and transmitters.The supported electrical interface for WM500 and WM550 is a digital 20mACurrent Loop. The WM 500 pre-dates WM550.WM500 is associated with the following gauges and instruments:• Fig. 1071 (1) Outstation- Fig. 1311 Transmitter- Fig. 1141 High Pressure Servo Gauge- Fig. 2006 Mechanical Float GaugeThe device talking WM500 protocol is the Fig. 1071 outstation.WM550 is associated with the following gauges and instruments:• Fig. 1351 Transmitter- Fig. 1140 Servo Gauge- Fig. 1141 High Pressure Servo Gauge- Fig. 2006 Mechanical Float Gauge• ITG 50• ITG 60• ITG 70(1) Fig. XXX refers to designated Whessoe drawingswww.rosemount-tg.com


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 20073.2.2 ElectricalInterface3.2.3 LoopArchitecture3.2.4 CommunicationParametersThe electrical interface to the Whessoe gauges is based upon a digitalCurrent loop. In normal circumstances, the standing current is set to anominal 20mA. The current is set by adjusting a voltage source in theMASTER device. When transmission takes place, the current is modulated atthe configured baud rate between 0mA and the standing current. Although thestanding current is nominally quoted as 20mA it is quite common to find thatreliable communication is only possible at some other setting. Normally arange of 13mA to 30mA is used to get a reliable communication.The FCU2165/2175 has been designed to interface with the electricalinterface of the Whessoe gauge using an integrated Current Loop (C/L)interface.The integrated C/L interface design for the FCU2165/2175 has a limitation onthe maximum output voltage (48 VDC) available to drive the Current loop. Ifthe Data Loop contains a lot of transmitters and/or the Data Loop is very longthe available output voltage may be insufficient to drive the Loop. In this casethe external DLIC interface should be used (U max : 70 VDC).Where the FCU2165/2175 and/or DLIC are replacing an existing system, thestanding loop voltages of the system being replaced e.g the Whessoe DACS,Whessoe Fig. 1097 (mini receiver) or Fig. 1098 should be measured whilstdoing the site survey. This information can subsequently be used to select thecorrect device.The Whessoe Loop is a 2 wire serial loop and is based upon a singleMASTER multiple SLAVE configuration.The FCU2165/2175 is the MASTER that initiates all communication.The SLAVE device are the tank transmitters.The FCU2165/2175 device also provides the Current Loop power supply.The WM550 protocol allows for up to 32 devices.Each data loop can therefore accommodate up to 32 devices. Each device isconfigured with a unique address in the range 0 to 31.The data bits, parity setting and stop bits are fixed at:• 8 Data Bits.• EVEN Parity• 1 Stop BitThe available baud rates are:• 150• 300• 600• 1200• 1800• 2400Earlier models of Whessoe gauges have the baud rate set by links on thecommunications board in the Outstation or Transmitter. The FCU2165/2175must be set to use the same baud rate as the Outstations / Transmitters onthe Loop.3-2 Section 3. Interfacing to Whessoe Gauges


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXLater Fig. 1315 Transmitters and ITG are provided with an automatic baudrate detection mechanism, which will attempt to “lock on” to the baud rateused on the Loop. The FCU2165/2175 should be set to use the desired baudrate, suitable for the length of the Loop and the number of Transmitters on it.Where possible, the baud rate of the existing system should be determinedbefore decommissioning the existing Loop Master.3.3 COMMISSIONINGTHE FCU2165/2175This chapter describes how to configure the FCU2165/2175 forcommunication to the Data Loop.3.3.1 Preparation Prior to undertaking this work the following data will be required:1. The Baud Rate of the Whessoe Data Loops.2. The number of transmitter on each Loop.3. The Gauges Type and Address of each gauge on each Loop.4. The output voltage at standing current from existing MASTER.This information needs to be entered through the FCU configuration tools, see“Configuration Tools Software” on page 2-10.Setting the Whessoe loop currentThere are two general techniques to set the Loop current:• General procedure: increase the Loop Voltage in steps until you getreliable communication.• Alternative procedure: use a meter to set the loop current to a precisevalue.General Procedure• Ensure the Field Loop is disconnected.• The Rx LED should be on, the Tx LED should be flashing periodically.• Adjust the Loop output voltage to a minimum.• Connect the Field Loop.• The Rx LED should still be on, the Tx LED should be flashingperiodically.• Increase the Loop Voltage until the Rx LED goes off and/or starts toflash periodically.• Then slowly increase the Loop Voltage until the Rx and Tx LED´s flashconsistently with no gaps.• Check that data is being displayed in TankMaster.If any tanks continue to give communication problems and the field transmitteris working properly, increase the Loop current in small steps until theproblems disappear.If by increasing the Loop Voltage the Rx LED does not go off or starts to flash,there may be insufficient loop voltage to drive the loop or possibly a problemwith the interface and/or data loop.Section 3. Interfacing to Whessoe Gauges3-3


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Alternative ProcedureAlternatively, if you are replacing an existing Whessoe interface unit do thefollowing.• Measure the output voltage of the existing unit when the current is atstanding value (host communication stopped).• Connect the current loop to the FCU2165/2175 Whessoe port andadjust the voltage to the same level as measured on the replaced unit.3-4 Section 3. Interfacing to Whessoe Gauges


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXAAux GaugeCIU Address . . . . . . . . . . 2-35Enraf® 811 . . . . . . . . . . . 2-35FCU Port . . . . . . . . 2-34, 2-35Gauge Address . . . . . . . . 2-35Gauge Type . . . . . . 2-34, 2-35Register Address . . . . . . . 2-34Saab L/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-34Slave Address . . . . . . . . . 2-34Aux Scan . . . . . . . . . . . 2-24, 2-26Ave Temperature . . . . . 2-24, 2-26CChanging FCU Name . . . . . . . 2-40Changing IP Address . . . . . . . 2-40CIU address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-26Comms Parameters . . . . . . . . 2-16ConfigurationOverview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1TankMaster WinSetup . . . . 2-2Configuration Mode . . . . . . . . 2-42DDownload FCU Configuration . 2-36Download To Master . . . . . . . 2-36Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-15EEngineering Port . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11Enraf® 811 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-35Enraf® Gauges . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-25Ethernet Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11FFCU 2165Field Terminations . . . . . . 1-10Functional Drawing . . . . . . 1-3Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4FCU 2175Field Interface Modules . . . 1-8Field Terminations . . . . . . 1-10Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5Number of Supported Devices 1-9FCU address . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-24IndexFCU Configuration toolAdd Aux Gauge . . . . . . . . 2-33Add FCU . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-14Add Gauge . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-21Add Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-12Add Tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-18Copy Gauge . . . . . . . . . . . 2-31Copy Tank . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-19Delete Gauge . . . . . . . . . . 2-32Delete Tank . . . . . . . . . . . 2-20Download To Master . . . . 2-36Edit Aux Gauge . . . . . . . . 2-34Edit FCU . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-15Edit Gauge . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-21Edit Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-13Edit Tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-18Enraf® Gauges . . . . . . . . 2-25GPE® Gauges . . . . . . . . . 2-29Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11Motherwell® Gauges . . . . 2-28Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-10Paste Gauge . . . . . . . . . . 2-31Paste Tank . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-19Saab Gauges . . . . . . . . . . 2-23Save/Open . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-35Uninstall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11Upload From Master . . . . 2-37Whessoe® Gauges . . . . . 2-27FCU Model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-15FCU Port 2-24, 2-25, 2-27, 2-29, 2-30Flow Rate 2-24, 2-26, 2-28, 2-29,2-30GGauge Address . 2-24, 2-25, 2-28,2-29, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-30Gauge Type 2-24, 2-25, 2-27, 2-29,2-30GPE® Gauges . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-29Green LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11HHyper Terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-40IITG Configuration . . . . . . . . . . 2-47MMaster FCU Name . . . . . . . . .2-15Motherwell® Gauges . . . . . . . .2-28OO/S address . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-28Outstation address . . . . . . . . .2-28PPC Link . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-38Restart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-39Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-15Port ConfigurationDrivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-17Power Connection . . . . . . . . . .1-10Profile Interval . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-46Profile Lower Limit Level . . . . .2-46Profile Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-46Profile Upper Limit Level . . . . .2-46RRed LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11Redundancy . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-44Reset Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11SSaab Gauges . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-23Saab L/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-34Servo GaugesGauge Commands . . . . . .2-45Slave FCU Name . . . . . . . . . .2-15System Requirements . . . . . . . 2-11TTank Address 2-23, 2-25, 2-27, 2-28,2-29TankMaster WinSetup . . . . . . . .2-2Communication Protocol . .2-2Gauge Commands . . . . . .2-45Install FCU . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3Install Tank . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-6Type of Instrument . . . . . . . . .2-26Type of Record . . . . . . . . . . . .2-26UUnits 2-24, 2-26, 2-28, 2-29, 2-30www.rosemount-tg.com


Rosemount Tank Radar REXReference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Upload FCU Configuration . . .2-37Upload From Master . . . . . . . .2-37WWhessoe® Gauges . . . . . . . . 2-27Whessoe® ITG 50, 60 or 70 . 2-47Index-2


Reference Manual308018EN, Edition 3BSeptember 2007Rosemount Tank Radar REXRosemount TankRadar REX may be protected by one or more of the following U.S. Patent Nos. xxx and other patents issued or pending in theU.S. and other countries.Rosemount and the Rosemount logotype are registered trademarks of Rosemount Inc.HART is a registered trademark of the HART Communication Foundation.PlantWeb is a registered trademark of one of the Emerson Process Management group of companies.AMS Suite is a trademark of Emerson Process Management.FOUNDATION is a trademark of the Fieldbus Foundation.All other marks are the property of their respective owners.Emerson Process ManagementRosemount Tank GaugingBox 130 45SE-402 51 GöteborgSWEDENTel (International): +46 31 337 00 00Fax (International): +46 31 25 30 22E-mail: sales.srt@emersonprocess.comwww.rosemount-tg.com© 2007 Rosemount Tank Radar AB. All rights reserved.

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