we can calibrate the control valve by using source meter
which is used to give 4 to 20 ma source to I/P , if any
error in the I/P ,we can adjust the zero or span of I/P.if
any error in the valve position ,adjust the zero or span in
the posisner of the control valve.
If the signal is directly connected to EP then we can use
source meter and adjusting the zero and span by giving 4
and 20 mA. If there is I/P then also this method is
applicable. Now if the pneumatic signal to the positioner
is in standard form and not working properly then we can
adjust the valve positioner for proper working..
The calibrate the control valve used for mA Source
Meter .mA Souce apply for I/P Converter so Opening Closed
for Control Valve .At the opening closed time measured for
position note.Supposed opening for Valve positioner 50% ma
13.5 So adjust the Zero or Span Calibration to Control the
% Actual Value Error Zero/Span
0 4.7mA 0.7 4mA
25 8.5mA 0.5 8mA
50 12.0mA 0.0 12mA
75 16.4mA 0.4 16mA
100 20.5mA 0.5 20mA
It is simply by using a source meter or loop calibrator.
Inject 4-20mA to the current-pneumatic converter and check
the response of the valve. If you notice that an error
occurs,you can adjust zero or span at the control
For the calibration of a control valve a loop calibrator or
a pressure calibrator can be used between 3-15psi.Check the
valve position for 3psi which is to be 0 for a NC type
valves.In such manner check the valve positon for various
ranges(6psi,9psi,12psi & 15psi).the valve positon shoul be
0 for 3psi and 50% for 9 psi and completely opened for
The same procedure is applicable for NO type valves.The
valve is open for 3 psi and completely closed for 15psi.
Any errors occured may be rectified by Zero span adjustment.
We have a Yokogawa Micro-XL DCS, which is having around 300 I/O, but whenever there is any wire gets grounded in field, the 24v supply to all loops gets dipped & all the indications at DCS goes to IOP(shows input open), at present we have fixed 500mA fuses in all the lines but which does not working. Does it required to replace with lower amps fuse, then how much or is there any other solution for this.
Can we place a Control Panel in Hazardous area Group IIC ?
If 'yes' then is there any approval required?
If 'yes' then there is any specific IP rating or any
If 'Yes' What is MOC of control panel?
While preparing the graphic diagrams trend display, 3 types
of trends are prepared by Yokogawa system vender. These are
for process variable, manipulated variable & set point
Why these 3 trends are required? Explain the purpose of
these 3 trends.