Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 1

Reference Manual

Section 5: Operation and Maintenance

00809-0100-4100, Rev AA

March 2013

LT = LRV + S x (LRV) x P
Where:

LT =

Corrected Low Trim Value

LRV =

Lower Range Value

S=

(Span shift per specification)

P=

Static Line Pressure

HT = URV + S x (URV) x P
Where:

HT =

Corrected High Trim Value

URV =

Upper Range Value

S=

(Span shift per specification)

P=

Static Line Pressure

URV =

1500 inH2O (3.74 bar)

LRV =

500 inH2O (1.25 bar)

P=

1200 psi (82.74 bar)

S=

0.01/1000

In this example:

To calculate the low trim (LT) value:

LT =

500 + (0.01/1000)(500)(1200)

LT =

506 inH2O (1.26 bar)

To calculate the high trim (HT) value:

HT =

1500 + (0.01/1000)(1500)(1200)

HT =

1518 inH2O (3.78 bar)

Complete a 3051 Wireless sensor trim and enter the corrected values for low trim (LT) and high
trim (HT), refer to Sensor Trim on page 68.
Enter the corrected input values for low trim and high trim through the Field Communicator
keypad after you apply the nominal value of pressure as the transmitter input.
Note
After sensor trimming 3051 Wireless Range 4 and 5 transmitters for high differential pressure
applications, verify that the Lower and Upper Operating points are at nominal values using the
Field Communicator.

72

Operation and maintenance