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Blank Page, Applicable Product, Range free Controller FA M3. The document number for this manual is given below. Refer to the document number in all communications including when purchasing. additional copies of this manual, Document No IM 34M06C11 01E. IM 34M06C11 01E, All Rights Reserved Copyright 1992 Yokogawa Electric Corporation. Precautions, About This Manual, This Manual should be passed on to the end user. This manual is an essential part of the product keep it in a safe place for future. This product is designed to be used by a person with specialized knowledge. Before using the product read this manual thoroughly to have a clear understanding. of the product, This manual explains the functions of this product but there is no guarantee that.
they will suit the particular purpose of the user, Under absolutely no circumstances may the contents of this manual be transcribed. or copied in part or in whole without permission, The contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy in the preparation of this manual. However should any errors or omissions come to the attention of the user please. contact the nearest Yokogawa Electric representative or sales office. Safety Symbols, Handle with care This symbol on the product indicates that the operator must. follow the instructions laid out in this user s manual to avoid the risk of personnel. injuries fatalities or damage to the instrument, Protective Conductor Terminal. This terminal is to prevent electric shock Before using the instrument connect to. the Protective earth Comply with the regulation of each country and route the line. through the shortest path possible, Functional Earth Terminal.
This terminal is for stable operation Before using the instrument be sure to ground. this terminal, Alternating current Indicates alternating current. Direct current Indicates direct current, IM 34M06C11 01E. The following symbols are used only in the user s manual. Draws attention to information essential to prevent electrical shock or other dangers. that may result in injury or the loss of life, Draws attention to information essential to prevent hardware damage software. damage or system failure, Draws attention to information essential to the understanding of operation and. Safety Precautions when Using Maintaining the Product. For the protection and safe use of the product and the system controlled by it be. sure to follow the instructions and precautions on safety stated in this manual. whenever handling the product Take special note that if you handle the product in. a manner other than prescribed in these instructions the protection feature of the. product may be damaged or impaired In such cases Yokogawa cannot guarantee. the quality performance function and safety of the product. When installing protection and or safety circuits such as lightning protection devices. and equipment for the product and control system as well as designing or installing. separate protection and or safety circuits for fool proof design and fail safe design of. processes and lines using the product and the system controlled by it the user. should implement it using devices and equipment additional to this product. If component parts or consumable are to be replaced be sure to use parts specified. by the company, This product is not designed or manufactured to be used in critical applications.
which directly affect or threaten human lives and safety such as nuclear power. equipment devices using radioactivity railway facilities aviation equipment. shipboard equipment aviation facilities or medical equipment If so used it is the. user s responsibility to include in the system additional equipment and devices that. ensure personnel safety, Do not attempt to modify the product. To avoid electrical shock turn off the power before wiring. This product is classified as Class A for use in industrial environments If used in a. residential environment it may cause electromagnetic interference EMI. In such situations it is the user s responsibility to adopt the necessary measures. against EMI, Exemption from Responsibility, Yokogawa Electric Corporation hereinafter simply referred to as Yokogawa Electric. makes no warranties regarding the product except those stated in the WARRANTY. that is provided separately, Yokogawa Electric assumes no liability to any party for any loss or damage direct or. indirect caused by the use or any unpredictable defect of the product. IM 34M06C11 01E, Software Supplied by the Company, Yokogawa Electric makes no other warranties expressed or implied except as. provided in its warranty clause for software supplied by the company. Use the software with one computer only You must purchase another copy of the. software for use with each additional computer, Copying the software for any purposes other than backup is strictly prohibited.
Store the original media that contain the software in a safe place. Reverse engineering such as decompiling of the software is strictly prohibited. Under absolutely no circumstances may the software supplied by Yokogawa Electric. be transferred exchanged or sublet or leased in part or as a whole for use by any. third party without prior permission by Yokogawa Electric. IM 34M06C11 01E, General Requirements for Using the FA M3 e RT3 Controller. Set the product in a location that fulfills the following requirements. INDOOR USE ONLY, This product is an open equipment The product must be installed in a metallic. panel enclosure with an impact rating IK08 or more. Where the product will not be exposed to direct sunlight and where the operating. surrounding air temperature is from 0 C to 55 C 32 F to 131 F. There are modules that must be used in an environment where the operating. surrounding air temperature is in a range smaller than 0 C to 55 C 32 F to 131 F. Refer to Hardware Manual IM 34M06C11 01E or the applicable user s manual In. case of attaching such a module the entire system s operating surrounding air. temperature is limited to the module s individual operating surrounding air. temperature, Where the relative humidity is from 10 to 90. In places where there is a chance of condensation use a space heater or the like to. constantly keep the product warm and prevent condensation. For use in Pollution Degree 2 Environment, Where there are no corrosive or flammable gases. Where the product will not be exposed to mechanical vibration or shock that exceed. specifications, Where there is no chance the product may be exposed to radioactivity.
Use the correct types of wire for external wiring, USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY. Use conductors with temperature rating above 75 C, Securely tighten screws. Securely tighten module mounting screws and terminal screws to avoid problems. such as faulty operation, Tighten terminal block screws with the correct tightening torque as given in this. manual Refer to the Hardware Manual IM 34M06C11 01E or the applicable. user s manual for the appropriate tightening torque. Securely lock connecting cables, Securely lock the connectors of cables and check them thoroughly before turning. on the power, Interlock with emergency stop circuitry using external relays.
Equipment incorporating the FA M3 e RT3 controller must be furnished with. emergency stop circuitry that uses external relays This circuitry should be set up to. interlock correctly with controller status stop run. Ground for low impedance, For safety reasons connect the FG grounding terminal to a protective earth. Comply with the regulation of each country For compliance to CE Marking use. braided or other wires that can ensure low impedance even at high frequencies for. IM 34M06C11 01E, Configure and route cables with noise control considerations. Perform installation and wiring that segregates system parts that may likely become. noise sources and system parts that are susceptible to noise Segregation can be. achieved by measures such as segregating by distance installing a filter or. segregating the grounding system, Configure for CE Marking Conformance. For compliance to CE Marking perform installation and cable routing according to. the description on compliance to CE Marking in the Hardware Manual IM. 34M06C11 01E, The list of CE conforming models is available in Appendix A2 of Hardware. Keep spare parts on hand, We recommend that you stock up on maintenance parts including spare modules.
in advance, Preventive maintenance replacement of the module is required for using the. module beyond 10 years, Discharge static electricity before touching the system. Because static charge can accumulate in dry conditions first touch grounded metal. to discharge any static electricity before touching the system. Wipe off dirt with a soft cloth, Gently wipe off dirt on the product s surfaces with a soft cloth. If you soak the cloth in water or a neutral detergent tightly wring it out before wiping. the product Letting water enter the module interior can cause malfunctions. Do not use volatile solvents such as benzine or paint thinner or chemicals for. cleaning as they may cause deformity discoloration or malfunctioning. Avoid storing the FA M3 e RT3 controller in places with high. temperature or humidity, Since the CPU module has a built in battery avoid storage in places with high. temperature or humidity, Since the service life of the battery is drastically reduced by exposure to high.
temperatures take special care storage surrounding air temperature should be. from 20 C to 75 C, There is a built in lithium battery in a Sequence CPU module which serves as backup. power supply for programs device information and configuration information. The service life of this battery is more than 10 years in standby mode at room. temperature Take note that the service life of the battery may be shortened when. installed or stored at locations of extreme low or high temperatures Therefore we. recommend that modules with built in batteries be stored at room temperature. Always turn off the power before installing or removing modules. Failing to turn off the power supply when installing or removing modules may result. Do not touch components in the module, In some modules you can remove the right side cover and install ROM packs or. change switch settings While doing this do not touch any components on the. printed circuit board otherwise components may be damaged and modules may fail. IM 34M06C11 01E, Do not use unused terminals, Do not connect wires to unused terminals on a terminal block or in a connector. Doing so may adversely affect the functions of the module. Use the following power source, Use only F3PU as the power supply module. If using this product as a UL approved product for the external power supply use a. limited voltage current circuit power source or a Class 2 power source. If using this product as a CE complied product for the external power supply use a. SELV and limited energy circuit separated by reinforced insulation or double. insulation from hazardous voltage, Refer to the user s manual before connecting wires.
Refer to the Hardware Manual IM 34M06C11 01E or the applicable user s. manual for the external wiring drawing, Refer to A3 6 5 Connecting Output Devices in the Hardware Manual before. connecting the wiring for the output signal, Refer to A3 5 4 Grounding Procedure in the Hardware Manual for attaching the. grounding wiring, Authorized Representative, The Authorized Representative for this product in the EEA is. Yokogawa Europe B V, Euroweg 2 3825 HD Amersfoort The Netherlands. IM 34M06C11 01E, General Requirements for Using the FA M3 Slave Units TAH Series.
Connect YHLS cable to SHIELD terminal, Connect the DRAIN line of the YHLS cable to the SHIELD terminal of the YHLS. master module securely Failing to do so may affect the performance of the YHLS. Do not touch components in the unit, Do not remove the back cover of the unit Doing so may cause a failure. IM 34M06C11 01E, Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment. Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEE Directive. This directive is only valid in the EU, This product complies with the WEEE Directive marking requirement. The marking indicates that you must not discard this electrical electronic. product in domestic household waste, Product Category.
With reference to the equipment types in the WEEE directive this product is classified. as a Monitoring and Control instruments, When disposing of products in the EU contact your local Yokogawa Europe B V office. Do not dispose of this product in domestic household waste. How to dispose the batteries, This is an explanation about the new EU Battery Directive This directive is only valid in. Batteries are included in some modules of this product The procedure is different when. the user can remove or cannot remove, Batteries the user can remove. The battery of F3RP6 and F3RP7 can be removed by yourself. When you remove the battery from F3RP6 and F3RP7 and dispose it discard them. in accordance with domestic law concerning disposal See the User s Manual of. F3RP6 and F3RP7 for the removal procedure Take a right action on waste. batteries because the collection system in the EU on waste batteries are regulated If. you don t remove the battery from this product please see. Yokogawa Electric Corporation hereinafter simply referred to as Yokogawa Electric makes no warranties regarding the product except those stated in the WARRANTY that is provided separately Yokogawa Electric assumes no liability to any party for any loss or damage direct or indirect caused by the use or any unpredictable defect of the product iv IM 34M06C11 01E Software Supplied by the

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