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RMT Sales Training 12/98 Phase II -Temperature Transmitter

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Rosemount Product Training
PHASE II
Agenda:
Features of various temperature
transmitters models
Modular constructional description
RTD Sensor Matching
RTD Sensor Trim
RTD sensor Reference
General specification
Ordering Information
TPE calculation
Rosemount Product Training
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3144/3244 Smart Temperature
Transmitter
_ Dual compartment housing provides the greatest
reliability for:
High humidity environments
Highly corrosive environments
High RFI environments
_ 3144/3244MVs detect open sensor safely and reliably
_ Hot Backup feature (3244MV only) makes base level
redundancy affordable to reduce the risk of failure on
critical measurements
_ Capable of handling differential temperature.
_ Completely independent alarm circuitry
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3244MV - Hot Backup Makes Risk
Reduction Affordable
What is Hot Backup??
4-20 mA output:
bumpless transfer to
signal from sensor 2 if
sensor 1 fails!
Dual Element RTD
Sensor (Series 78)
4 A 3244MV is connected to two sensor elements -- RTD or T/C.
4If the first element fails, the transmitters 4-20 signal
will automatically and immediately switch to the
second sensor.
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3244MV Differential Temperature
Capability
Reactor Hot Spots
Heat Exchanger Efficiency
Steam in/condensate out
Process Fluid DT
Superheater Soot Blowing
Measure DT for Superheater efficiency
Use DT to minimize high pressure steam use
for soot blowing
DCS
TT
TT
T
1
T
2
T
2
-T
1
PID
Differential Temperature Applications
DT
DCS
T
2
-T
1
PID
Reduce I/O points
and DCS memory
with the 3244MV
With 3244 mV
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3244MV with:
-MATCHED (Cal. van. Dusen ), dual element sensor,
-enabled HOT BACK-UP,
-delivering Sensor Averaging (PV output),
-monitoring Sensor Drift (HART Alert signal - LCD display)

Good Application: Reactor in Chemical Plant
User definable
Drift Range
Delta T
(dual
element)
t
SENSOR DRIFT ALERT
diagnoses the health of
the sensor BEFORE it
breaks or drifts outside
of an acceptable range !
Delta T has drifted outside specified range;
Transmitter outputs an alert
3244MV Diagnostics
for Ultimate in Accuracy and Reliability
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Nameplate
Electronics Module
Electronics Housing
Meter
Isolation Board
Model 3144/3244 - Exploded View
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D/A A/D
Communications
Nonvolatile Memory
ISOLATION
Model 3144/3244 - Block Diagram
Digital to Analog
Signal Conversion
Analog to Digital
Signal Conversion
Microcomputer



Digital
Communications
- Sensor Linearization
- Rerange
- Diagnostics
- Engineering Units
- Range Values
- Configuration
- Correction Coefficients
- Trimming Constants
- Special Tables
Smart Electronics
Reference
Input
Cold Junction
Compensation
Terminal
Temperature
Sensor
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Discrete; (PV for 3144 or PV, SV, TV,
QV for 3244) +Term. Temp +Ref.
Input & (or) CJ C Values
3144/3244 Block diagram
D/A A/D
Communications
To reference
ambient to 0C
for T/C input
only
To make
reference to
the variety of
sensor option
selected
Input/output isolation to
707 V dc.
Electronics is protected
against surge from un-
grounded sensor
Temperature
3144 takes 1
sensor input
only
ISOLATION
Analog-to-Digital
Signal Conversion
Cold Junction
Compensation
Reference
Input
Terminal
Temperature
Sensor
RTD Built into Electronics
for ambient temperature
correction with respect to
calibration temperature
3244 takes 2
sensor inputs
Temperature sensors is
a separate component.
Accepts inputs from a
wide variety of sensors.
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Sensor Calibration Data
For Sensor Matching option
Allow transmitter + Sensor calibrations
Corrected, Linearized
Discrete PV
Data
Continuous Self-
Diagnostics
To configure
transmitter
For ambient temperature compensation
Latest
Configuration
4-20 mA
points
3144/3244 Block diagram
D/A A/D
Communications
HART Protocol
Discrete; PV +Term.
Temp +Ref. Input & (or)
CJ C Data
+0.5 mA
0.5 mA
0 mA
1200 Hz 2200 Hz
1 0
4-20 mA
Electronic Module Memory
Microcomputer
Digital-to-Analog
Signal Conversion -Sensor Linearization
-Rerange
-Damping
-Engineering Units
-Diagnostics
-Communications
- Range Values
- Configuration
- Correction Coefficients
- Trimming Constants
- Special Tables
Digital Communications
-Bell 202 FSK
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Model 3144/3244 - Smart Electronics
- Circuit board sealed in an
enclosure
- Utilize digital ASICs,
microcomputer, and surface
mount technologies
- Digitize the input signal from
sensor
Applies correction coefficients
- Simultaneously outputs four
out of the following five digital
signals:
Sensor 1 temperature
Sensor 2 temperature
Differential temperature
Average temperature
Terminal temperature
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3144 & 3244MV Product Overview
Specification
Digital HART communications superimposed on
analog signal
Wide variety of user-selectable inputs with 275
HART communicator
RTDs, T/Cs, mVs, Ohms
4 Accuracy
D/A: 0.02% of span, A/D: 0.1C for Pt 100 RTDs
Turn-on time less than 5.0 seconds
Update time 0.5 seconds
Full approvals available (see PDS)
Wide rangeability



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3144 & 3244MV Stability Specification
5 years Stability:
0.25% of reading or 0.25C which is greater for RTDs
0.5% of reading or 0.5C which is greater for T/Cs

2 years Stability:
0.1% of reading or 0.1C which is greater for RTDs

1 year Stability:
0.1% of reading or 0.1C which is greater for T/Cs
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Pt100 a385 Temp vs Resistance
sensor matched
curve in tx
A fourth order equation can be programmed into the 3244MV/3144 to
follow non-ideal sensor curvature; simply enter four constants using 275
Constants can be entered at the factory or in the field
3144/3244MV can also do sensor referencing! But NEVER at the factory
Temperature (C)
R
e
s
i
s
t
a
n
c
e

(
W
)

R
o
= 99.9717
a = 0.00385367
b = 0.172491
d = 1.61027
3144/3244MV Sensor Matching Eliminates Error #1:
Sensor Interchangeability Errors
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How Do I Implement Transmitter-Sensor
Matching?
Characterize the sensor.
Order the X8 option for a Calibration Schedule over a customer -
specified temperature range
OR
Order the appropriate V option
R
t
= R
0
+ R
0
a (t - d (0.01t-1)(0.01t) - b (0.01t-1)(0.01t)
3
)
Metal Tag
COMES WITH V
OPTIONS ONLY!!
R
o
= 99.9717
a = 0.00385367
b = 0.172491
d = 1.61027
Both the X8 option and the V options will provide your customer with
the Callendar-Van Dusen constants
4th Order
Equation
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How Do I Implement Transmitter-Sensor
Matching?

gCalibrate the transmitter to the sensor! Change the
curve in the transmitter using Callendar-Van Dusen
constants: R
0
, a, b, d
275 used to enter constants
AMS to enter constants
The transmitter can be purchased with the Callendar-Van
Dusen constants already entered: C2 Option
They must have ordered an X8 or V option on their RTD, too!
This curve gives the transmitter the shape of the Real
RTD curve and eliminates interchangeability error!
Q : The C2 Option is offered with which models?
3144 & 3244 only
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Typical Accuracy Improvements
Std Temp V2 Option
0.3
o
C 0
o
C 0.07
o
C
0.43
o
C 25
o
C 0.07
o
C
0.55
o
C 50
o
C 0.09
o
C
0.68
o
C 75
o
C 0.10
o
C
0.8
o
C 100
o
C 0.11
o
C
0.93
o
C 125
o
C 0.10
o
C
1.05
o
C 150
o
C 0.09
o
C
1.18
o
C 175
o
C 0.07
o
C
1.3
o
C 200
o
C 0.07
o
C
Model 3144 - span ( 0 to 200C)
Series 68 RTD Sensor, V2 Option
Process Temperature = 150C
Std 68 sensor Accuracy
RMT Model 3144 0.18C
Std Series 68 RTD 1.05C
Total System 1.23C

Improved accuracy at 150C
68 sensor with V2 Option Accuracy
RMT Model 3144 0.18C
Std Series 68 RTD 0.09C
Total System 0.27C

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Error correction profile is programmed into transmitter.
Each transmitter has an on-board RTD to measure
ambient temperature.
Based on the reading, transmitter software corrects for
ambient temperature effects.
3144/3244MV Temp. Characterization Attacks Error
#3: Ambient Temp. Effects
Each transmitter is tested from -40
to 185
o
F ambient over a 24 hour
period.
Computerized test system learns
how transmitter reacts at varying
ambient temps.
Characterization Stations With Environmental Test Chambers
Temperature effect can add up to 5
o
F of error if not
compensated for properly!
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Model 3144/3244
Mounting Bracket Option
Housing may
be rotated 90
degree
Option B4
Universal SST Mounting
Brackets & Bolts for 2-inch
Pipe and Panel Mounting
Option B5
Universal SST L Mounting
Brackets & Bolts for 2-inch
Pipe Mounting
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3144/3244 Process Connection:
Typical North American Configuration
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3144/3244 Process Connection:
Typical European Configuration
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FAIL MODE
HI = 21.50 mA Output
LO = 3.70 mA Output
TRANSMITTER SECURITY
On - Read Only
OFF - Read and Write
Model 3144/3244 J umper Selection
Set fail mode jumper to match how the customer wants that
loop to react when an instrument fails.
If user wants to avoid configuration changes after initial
setup, put security jumper to on. Might be option in validated
plants and loops like in FDA, pharmaceutical plants, ect.
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Model 3144/3244 Meter Option - M5
FAIL MODE
HI = 21.50 mA Output
LO = 3.70 mA Output
The failure mode jumper is located
on the LCD faceplate in the
electronics side of the transmitter
and is labeled, FAIL MODE.
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Model 3144/3244 Options
Transmitter Calibration Options:
- 3-point calibration:
.Check output at 0,50,100%
- 5-point calibration:
.Check output at 0,25,50,75,100%
- 3-point calibration WITH certificate:
- 5-point calibration WITH certificate:

(Standard)
C4
Q4
C4Q4
C2
C7
Sensor Matching Option:
- trim to specific RMT RTD calibration schedule:
.for RMT 68, 78, or 88 RTD Sensor
Special Sensor Option:
- trim to special non-standard sensor
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Quiz #1 & 2: 3144/3244 Ordering
Ordering Example 1:
Customer needs:
3144 transmitter with FM intrinsic safety approval
Panel mounting with LCD Meter
Transmitter match to RMT RTD sensor in factory



3144 D 1 K5 B4 M5 C2 (from 3144 PDS)
3244MV 1 E9 B4 M5 T1 (from 3244 PDS)
0065 N 3 1 N 0000 N 0165 E9 x1 (from Sensors PDS)
Ordering Example 2:
Customer needs:
A transient protected 3244 with European flameproof approval
Panel mount with LCD meter
Assembled to Series 65 single element RTD sensor
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644H Head Mount
Transmitter
644R Rail Mount
Transmitter
644 Smart Temperature Transmitters
SMART with HART communications
User selectable, wide variety of RTD &
thermocouple inputs with 275 HART communicator
Unrestricted span setting within the sensor range
Temperature corrected electronics
Full approvals available (see PDS)
Sensor Referencing feature
1 or 2 - point trim in engineering units
Simplifies calibration of transmitter & sensor together
Sensor Trimming feature
1 or 2-point trim in W / mV
Accuracy
D/A: 0.03% of span, A/D: 0.15C for Pt 100 RTDs
Stability
0.1% of reading or 0.1C whichever is greater for
RTDs & T/Cs
Factory Sealed & Non-Repairable
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Model 644 - Block Diagram
D/A A/D
Communications
Nonvolatile Memory
ISOLATION
Digital to Analog
Signal Conversion
Analog to Digital
Signal Conversion
Microcomputer



Digital
Communications
- Sensor Linearization
- Rerange
- Diagnostics
- Engineering Units
- Range Values
- Configuration
- Correction Coefficients
- Trimming Constants
Smart Electronics
Reference
Input
Cold Junction
Compensation
Terminal
Temperature
Sensor
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644 Block diagram
Discrete; PV +Term. Temp +Ref.
Input & (or) CJ C Values
D/A A/D
Communications
To reference
ambient to 0C
for T/C input
only
To make
reference to
the variety of
sensor option
selected
Input/output isolation to
707 V dc.
Electronics is protected
against surge from un-
grounded sensor
Temperature
644 takes 1
sensor input
only
ISOLATION
Analog-to-Digital
Signal Conversion
Cold Junction
Compensation
Reference
Input
Terminal
Temperature
Sensor
RTD Built into Electronics
for ambient temperature
correction with respect to
calibration temperature
Temperature sensors is
a separate component.
Accepts inputs from a
wide variety of sensors.
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Sensor Calibration Data
Allow transmitter + Sensor calibrations
Corrected, Linearized
Discrete PV
Data
Continuous Self-
Diagnostics
To configure
transmitter
For ambient temperature compensation
Latest
Configuration
4-20 mA
points
644 Block diagram
D/A A/D
Communications
HART Protocol
Discrete; PV +Ref. Input
+Term. Temp & (or) CJ C
Values
+0.5 mA
0.5 mA
0 mA
1200 Hz 2200 Hz
1 0
4-20 mA
Electronic Module Memory
Microcomputer
Digital-to-Analog
Signal Conversion -Sensor Linearization
-Rerange
-Damping
-Engineering Units
-Diagnostics
-Communications
- Range Values
- Configuration
- Correction Coefficients
- Trimming Constants
Digital Communications
-Bell 202 FSK
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Model 644 & 244E
Failure Mode Switch
644H/244EH 644R/244ER
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244E PC Programmable
Temperature Transmitter
Microprocessor-based Analog Transmitter
Universal, programmable input
RTDs, T/Cs, mVs, Ohms
Full CENELEC, FM, CSA approvals (see PDS)
Stability
0.1% of span or 0.1C, whichever is greater for 12
months for RTDs & T/Cs
Model structure similar to 644
Program with IBM-compatible PC and 244EC
configurer
NO Sensor Trimming or Matching capabilities.
Accuracy: vary with type of input selected (Eg.):
Pt100 = 0.1% of span or 0.25C whichever is greater
T/C type K = 00.1% of span or 1.0C whichever is greater
Factory sealed and Non-Repairable

244EH Head Mount
Transmitter
244ER Rail Mount
Transmitter
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644 / 244E Analog Output Alarm Levels
NAMUR- Compliant: (A1 option)
Linear Output: 3.8 I 20.5
Fail High: 21.0 I 23.0
mA Fail Low:
I 3.6 mA
High or low failure mode on sensor burnout via
jumper (values of failure mode depend on factory
configuration)
Standard: Linear Output: 3.9 I 20.5
Fail High: 21.0 I 23.0 mA
Fail Low: I 3.75 mA

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644 /244E Product Overview
Physical Specifications
Mounting Options
644H/244EH in
Junction Box at
remote location
from sensor
Control
System
Process Pipe
Control
Room
Field
4-20 mA
T/C or RTD
mV or W
signal

4-20 mA
644R/ 244ER Railmount
Mounts directly to wall or to DIN rail
Sensor termination only
644H/ 244EH Headmount
DIN-style & threaded-style (with L1 housing) mounting integral
to sensor
Mounting remote from sensor with junction box; J1 - J4 Options
Clip available for DIN rail mounting
644H/244EH in L1
connection head
integral with
sensor
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644 Sensor Referencing & Sensor Trim
Sensor Referencing
Comparing site standard with
transmitter+sensor system in
engineering units.
One point (linear offset)
Two-point (Slope correction)
Applicable for RTDs & T/Cs
Sensor Trim
Comparing site standard with
transmitter+sensor system in ohms/mv.
One point (linear offset)
Two-point (Slope correction)
Applicable for RTDs only
Reduce sensor interchangeability error
real sensor
curve
new trimmed
curve in 644
Pt100 a385 Temp vs Resistance
R
e
s
i
s
t
a
n
c
e

Temperature
standard
IEC 751 curve
Pt100 a385 Temp vs Resistance
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Sensor connected to transmitter is place in a temperature bath at a
specific temperature & the known temperature is entered via HART
communicator in Engineering Unit.
Method:
1. Compare site standard with
transmitter / sensor system
at point 1

2. Note offset
3. Program offset via 275
HART communicator

4. Repeat step 1 to 3 at point 2
644 Sensor Referencing:
Sensor referencing is NEVER done at the factory
Temperature Bath
(1 or 2 points)
Known bath
temperature
Enter in
Engineering
unit
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644 Sensor Trim - Interchangeability Error can be
reduced with Two-Point Trim
g Calibrate the transmitter to the sensor! Enter one or two points
into the transmitter
Enter known R
0
& calculated R
T
resistance values via HART
communicator.
Order the V1 option
gives CVD constants for a range of 32 to 212 F (provided on a
metal tag attached to the sensor).
The R
o
value is the ice point resistance, and can be used for a one
point trim
The alpha value can be used to give the resistance at the boiling point
R
0

R
T

R
o
= 99.9717
a = 0.00385367
b = 0.172491
d = 1.61027
Sensor replaced by plant standard decade box
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644 Sensor Trim - Interchangeability Error can be
reduced with Two-Point Trim
g Calibrate the transmitter to the sensor! Enter one or two
points into the transmitter
Enter known resistance values via HART communicator.
Order the X8 option
for a Calibration Schedule over a customized range, and use
any two points you wish (or X9 for a one point trim)
The X8 option provides a resistance vs. temperature table over
the customer specified range.
The X9 provides a single point.
Temperature Resistance
(F) W

32 99.979
33 100.216
34 100.42
35 100.59
36 100.865
.....

212 138.495

Sensor replaced by plant standard decade box
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Verify that the correct device descriptor for the model
644 is loaded!!!
1) Turn on the 275 hart communicator in offline configuration
2) Select (1)offline, (1)new configuration, (1)Rosemount, (1)644
temp.
3) For successful communication, dev V3 dd V1 must be present

3144/3244 - dev V1 dd V7

275 HART Communicator to establish communication
with 644 or 3144/3244 Smart Transmitter
Digital Communication
Module Revision : 4.6 for Y2K compliance of
HART 275 communicator
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244E Introduction
244EC Configurer
244E transmitters are programmed
with 244EC configurer and IBM-
compatible PC
User-friendly, Windows-based
software
Windows 3.1
Windows 95
244EC configuration interface
module
Small, light-weight, convenient!
Battery powered, 9VDC
AC adapter jack; adapter not included
Communication cables included
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244E Introduction
244EC Configuration Screen
244E transmitters program available in multiple languages:
English
German
French
Spanish
Italian
Japanese
Chinese
Korean

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644H / 244EH U.S-Style Assemblies
Ordering Information
U.S-style threaded
sensor Assembly
Integral Mount Sensor Connection Head for
Sensor + Transmitter assembled together
4 Order 644H transmitter with L1 enclosure
Order from Transmitter PDS
Order Sensor from Temperature Sensors,
Assemblies, and Accessories PDS
Select sensor type
Select Sensor Lead Wire Termination
code
N code for vol 1 sensor
3 code for vol 2 sensor
Notify to assembly sensor to transmitter
X1 or
line note assemble together
Similar procedure for 244EH
-inch NPT
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644H / 244EH DIN-Style Assemblies
Ordering Information
Order X1 enclosure for DIN-style sensor
assembly
If ordering X1:
For E1 and N1 Approvals:
1) Order 644 H NA X1 from 644 PDS
2) Order enclosure assembly from Sensors PDS
For all approvals except E1 and N1:
1) Order from 644 PDS

Suitable for Vol 2 (Code 1 & 2) sensors
NOT applicable for Vol 1 sensors
Similar procedures for 244EH
DIN-style sensor assembly
(Europe)
Integral Mount Sensor Connection Head for
Sensor + Transmitter assembled together
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644H / 244EH Remote Assembly
Ordering Information
J unction box enables mounting of transmitter and the sensor
assembly separately when used with suitable shielded cable and
cable gland.
Junction Box (J1- J4 Options)
with Model 644H / 244EH
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Enclosure
X1
J1
J2
J3
J4
L1
None

Valid Options from 644 PDS
I1, I5, I6, NA E1, N1; valid ONLY when ordered from sensor PDS
I1, E1, N1, I5, K5, E5, NA
I1, E1, N1, I5, K5, E5, NA
I1, E1, N1, I5, K5, E5, I6, C6, E6, NA
I1, E1, N1, I5, K5, E5, I6, C6, E6, NA
I5, K5, E5, I6, C6, E6, NA
I1, I5, I6, NA

644H / 244EH Options
Ordering Information
J 1 - J 4 and L1
J 3, J 4 and L1
J 1 - J 4
Enclosure
Ratings
NEMA 4X
CSA Enclosure Type 4X
IP66 & IP 68
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644 / 244E Options
Ordering Information
Transmitter Calibration Options:
- 3-point calibration:
.Check output at 0,50,100%
- 5-point calibration:
.Check output at 0,25,50,75,100%
- 3-point calibration WITH certificate:
- 5-point calibration WITH certificate:
C4Q4
Q4
C4
Standard
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644/244 Failure Mode J umper
1

2 3
4

0
+
+ -
IH
FAIL MODE SWITCH
HI = 21.0 mA Output
LO = 3.8 mA Output
Set alarm mode by positioning the switch to the HI or LOmark.
644H / 244EH - located near the power terminals on the top
644R / 244ER - located in the center of the front panel.
Communication
Terminals
Sensor Terminals
Power Terminals
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644 Security (Write-protect)
F1 F2 F3 F4
644 Temp:TT-5621
Device Setup
1 Process variables
2 Diag/Service
3 Basic Setup
4 Detailed Setup
5 Review
F1 F2 F3 F4 F1 F2 F3 F4
644 Temp:TT-5621
Diag/Service
1 Test device
2 Loop Test
3 Calibration
4 Write Protect
HOME
HOME
HOME HELP
644 Temp:TT-5621
Write Protect
1 Write protect
2 WP password
3 WP enable

F1 F2 F3 F4
644 Temp:TT-5621
Online
1 Device Setup
2 PV 0.00 deg C
3 PV AO 4.00 mA
4 PV LRV 0.00 deg C
5 PV URV 100.00 deg C
Write-protect
mode can be
enabled &
disabled via
HART
Communication.
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Quiz #3 & 4: 644 Ordering
4 Ordering Example 3:
Customer needs:
644 with CENELEC intrinsic safety approval
5-point calibration certificate
Aluminum junction box, 2 inch SS pipe bracket, M20 x 1.5




644 H I1 J1 C4Q4 (from 644 PDS)
644 H NA X1 C4 A1 (from 644 PDS)
0065 A 1 1 N 0000 N 0165 E1 X1 (from Sensors PDS)
4 Ordering Example 4:
European customer needs:
644 with CENELEC(BASEEFA) Flame-proof approval
5-point calibration
single element flying lead sensor
DIN-style sensor assembly
NAMUR alarm levels
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444 Analog Temperature Transmitter
Analog Temperature Transmitter
Inputs
RTD (Platinum, Copper, Nickel)
Thermocouple ( E, J, K, R, S, T)
Millivolt
Standard, Low Power & Fast Turn-On
3:1 Turndown
T/C electrically isolated
Accuracy
+/- 0.2% of calibrated span
+/- 0.2% of calibrated span or +/- .02 mV
whichever is greater for thermocouples.
Stability
+/- 0.2% of calibrated span for 6 months.

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Model 444 - Exploded View
Range Board
Amplifier/Output Board
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Model 444 - Block Diagram with RTD
Test
Signal
-
+
-
Current
Source
Precision
dc Amp
Current
Control
Voltage
Regulator
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
Analog
Output
RTD
Input
Signal Conditioning
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Model 444 - Block Diagram with T/C
Voltage
Regulator
Rectifier
Current
Control
Cold Junction
Compensation
Bridge
Demodulator
Current
Source
Modulator
Test
Signal
-
+
-
dc/ac
Converter
dc
Amp
ac
Amp
Thermo-
couple
Input
Analog
Output
Signal Conditioning
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Model 444 Specifications
Model 444 - Conventional Tier:
Field repairable to board level
Available in numerous configurations with multiple options
Outstanding track record for reliability
3:1 adjustable analog transmitter
Integral analog or LCD meter
Can be trimmed to a calibrated sensor
Only in the Factory
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Model 444 Specifications
Model 444 Fast Turn-on
Power briefly turned on, measurement taken, power
turned off
50 msec turn on time
Boards not interchangeable with standard 444
electronics
Add B0912 to model number to specify fast turn on
electronics

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Model 444 Product Overview
Model 444 Low Power Units:
The 0444LL and 0444LM units are designed to work with
less than 12 V dc power
Outputs
0444LL - 0.8 to 3.2 volts
0444LM - 1.0 to 5.0 volts
Typically used in remote locations
Powered by battery or solar energy
Boards not interchangeable with standard 444
electronics
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Model 444 - Options
R Numbers
Special Range boards
RXXX format


B Numbers
Mechanical Specials
BXXX

Meters
40 - 200 mV Analog
4 - 20 mA Analog
4 - 20 mA LCD
444RL9U1A1R0232
0 - 10
o
C
Example:
444RL1U1A1B0957
SST Housing
Example:
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Model 444 - J umper Selection
Coarse Zero (Z Jumper)
Test Output
Burnout Protection
Base Temperature Region Jumper Location
C F 444RL1 444RL2 444RL3
-50 to 0
0 to 50
50 to 100
100 to 150
-58 to 32
32 to 122
122 to 212
212 to 302
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z1
Z1
Z2
Z2
No
Jumper
Jumper Location
Test Output
V C A
4-20 mA
4-200 mV On
On
On
On
Jumper Location Loss of Input
Indication
U C D
Downscale
Upscale On
On
On
On
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2. Pipe stand
1. Directly attached to sensor
3. Panel or Surface mount
Model 444 - Mounting Options
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Model 444 - Interchangeability
Range Board
Interchangeable ONLY among units of the
SAME range input code

Amplifier/Output Board
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Quiz #5: 444 Ordering
CHe plans on using Type-K T/Cs and would like
the output to be linear with temperature.
CRange of 500 to 1500 F
What should he order??
0444 ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ E5
CUpscale Burnout
CNo Meter Required
CNo Special Accuracy Needed
CMounting Bracket Needed
TK2 U 1 A 2
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Quiz #6: 444 Ordering
Your customer wants to order Low-Power Model 444s
for his remote pipeline up in Alaska.
C He plans on using Pt 100 a385 RTDs and would like the
output to be linearized.
C He is not concerned about accuracy, so he will order his
RTDs without calibration.
What should he order??
0444 ___ ___ ___ ___ 1 ___
C FM Explosion-proof approval required
LL1 U 1 A E5
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Example: Performance Calculation
Total analog accuracy = Digital accuracy + D/A accuracy
Total temp. effect = Digital temp effect + D/A temp effect
Calculate the TPE of 3144 using Pt 100 (a = 0.00385)
sensor input with 0 - 200C calibrated at 20C with an
actual ambient temperature of 30C.
Digital accuracy =
D/A accuracy =
Digital Temp effect =
D/A temp effect =
TPE =
=
0.1C
(0.0002 x 200 ) = 0.04C
T =10C
0.0015C x 10 = 0.015C
0.00001 x 200 x 10 = 0.002C
(0.1
2
+ 0.04
2
+ 0.015
2
+ 0.002
2
)

C
0.11C
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Test
1. List the four main errors that cause inaccuracy in temperature
measurement.

Identify ALL the RMT Transmitter Models :
(a) 244E (b) 444 (c) 644 (d) 314 (e) 3244 , that satisfy the
following descriptions:

2. Is configured by PC programme only. [ ]

3. Has the Capability of handling hot back-up &
differential temperature measurement. [ ]

4. Has SMART capability. [ ]
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Test
5. Has Sensor Matching capability. [ ]

6. Has Sensor Trim capability. [ ]

7. Outputs only analog signal. [ ]

8. Write protect is enabled via HART 275 communicator.[ ]

9. How many digital variable can a 3244MV output [ ]

10. 3144 was calibrated in the factory at 20C to a span 0 to
400C. In the field this transmitter have to be connected to Pt
100 RTD sensor at 70C ambient temperature. Calculate the
operating accuracy (TPE) and express it in C.
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