Emerson Automation Solutions
FIELDVUE DVC6000 Series digital valve controllers are communicating, microprocessor-based current-to-pneumatic instruments.
HART EDD Only
DVC6000 Series digital valve controllers can be used on single- or double-acting actuators. The digital valve controller receives feedback of the valve travel position plus supply and actuator pneumatic pressure. This allows the instrument to diagnose not only itself, but also the valve and actuator to which it is mounted. This provides you with very cost effective maintenance information, so that required maintenance can be performed on the instrument and valve when there really is a need.
Wiring is economical because DVC6000 Series digital valve controllers use two-wire 4 to 20 mA loop power. This provides for low cost replacement of existing analog instrumentation. The DVC6000 Series digital valve controller’s two-wire design avoids the high cost of running separate power and signal wiring.
Improved Control—Two-way digital communications give you current valve conditions. You can rely on this real-time information to make sound process management decisions. By analyzing valve dynamics through AMS ValveLink software, you can identify control areas needing improvement and maintain a high level of system performance.
Enhanced Safety—You can check instrument and valve operation and keep the process running smoothly and safely from a remote location. Access is possible at a field junction box, marshalling panel, or within the safety of the control room using either a HART Communicator, a notebook PC, or a system workstation. Your exposure to hazardous environments is minimized and you can avoid having to access hard-to-reach valve locations.
FieldComm Group (FCG) makes available to its members and to the public certain device driver (DD) files, in various forms, that have passed certain tests conducted by or through FCG. The DD files are, or are created from, submissions to FCG by FCG members and are provided by FCG AS IS. FCG disclaims all liability for the accuracy, suitability or use of the DD files. Each member creating DD files has its own policies regarding supporting use of those files, and may, for instance support use of DD object code files, but not DeviceInfo or other files. While FCG is under no obligation to provide support for use of any DD files, FCG welcomes all inquiries on the subject and will often be able to assist.