Temposonics®
Magnetostrictive Position Sensors
G-Series Linear Position Sensor
Analog and Digital Pulse Outputs
550967 A
Cross Reference
Replacement and retrofit options for the Tempo II sensor
Tempo II model number descriptors
Sensor model
A Flange type
B Connection type
C Stroke range
D Output type
T
1
T
2
S R
M R
R
C
B U
C M
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
R
D
A
Y
Z
#
Z
#
Z
#
3
5
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
4
6
G-Series model number descriptors (Tempo II retrofit options)
Sensor model
A Flange type
B Stroke range
C Connection type
D Input voltage
(Note 3)
E Output type
(Note 2)
G
H
S
M
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
U D
M R
R
F
6
B
#
#
0
#
#
#
2
V
A
R
N
D
#
#
0
0
Y
(C)
(C)
(#)
(#)
#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
15
9
Notes:
1. Many of the G-Series “backwards compatible” options shown on page
2 are not included in other G-Series literature.
2. The characters (C) and (#) in parenthesis, as shown above, indicate
model number characters that are not usually needed, and are used
only for certain options.
3. G-Series input voltage option 2 is used for backwards compatibility for
+15 Vdc power supplies.
Contact MTS Applications Engineering for any Tempo II options that are not
cross referenced in this document.
All specifications are subject to change. Please contact MTS for specifications that are
critical to your needs. Go to www.temposonics.com for the latest list of G-Series support
documentation.
G-Series Cross Reference
A Flange Type (and pressure housing)
G-Series equivalent model number example:
Tempo II model number example:
T
T
S
1
2
3
Tempo II
S
M
GH
S
M
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14 15
G
H
S
1
2
3
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14 15
13
14
Description
US cust. threads, flat-faced hex
Metric threads, flat-faced hex
B Connection Type
Tempo II model number example:
T
T
S
R
B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
G-Series equivalent model number example:
8
9
10
11
12
13
14 15
G
H
S
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R
B
1
2
9
10
11
12
15
Tempo II
RB
GH retrofit options
Your Tempo II has an integral RB male connector. To retrofit, the GH model has 3 options available:
1. Select option “D60” for integral 6-pin DIN male connector, AND replace your complete extension cable (sold separately), or replace just the
extension cable connector with the field-installed in-line 6-pin DIN female connector, part no. 370423, soldering required, (sold separately). See
Table A on page 3.
2. Select option “D60” for integral 6-pin DIN male connector, AND use the adapter cable part no. 253243-x or 253244-x, (sold separately). See
Table B on page 3.
3. Select option “RB#” for integral cable with in-line RB male connector. Select “RB1” for 1 foot integral cable length, (standard), or “RB2” for 5
foot integral cable length.
RC
Your Tempo II has an integral RC male connector. To retrofit, the GH model has 2 options available:
1. Select option “D60” for integral 6-pin DIN male connector, AND replace your complete extension cable (sold separately), or replace just the
extension cable connector with the field-installed in-line 6-pin DIN female connector, part no. 370423, soldering required, (sold separately). See
Table A on page 3.
2. Select option “RB#” for integral cable with in-line RB male connector. Select “RB1” for 1 foot integral cable length, (standard), or “RB2” for 5
foot integral cable length, AND use the adapter cable part no. 401327 (sold separately).
R0
Your Tempo II has an integral cable, 5 foot length, pigtail termination. To retrofit, the GH model has 1 option available:
Select option “R05” for integral cable, 5 foot length, pigtail termination.
R1 or R2 Your Tempo II has an integral cable, 5 foot length, and an in-line 6-pin MS male connector. To retrofit, the GH model has 2 options available:
1. See Table C on page 4 or contact MTS Applications Engineering to see if you can connect the GH model sensor directly to your
controller / interface card, and no longer use the Analog Output Module (AOM), or the Digital Interface Box (DIB) that is in your system.
2. If the AOM or DIB is still required in your system, select option “R05” for integral cable, 5 foot length, pigtail termination, AND install an in-line
6-pin MS female connector, part no. 370015, soldering required, (sold separately). See Table D on page 4.
R3
Your Tempo II has an integral cable, 5 foot length, and an in-line 10-pin MS male connector. To retrofit, the GH model has 3 options available:
1. Select option “D60” for integral 6-pin DIN male connector, AND replace your complete extension cable (sold separately).
2. Select option “D60” for integral 6-pin DIN male connector, AND use the adapter cable part no. 253245-3, (1 foot length), or 253246-3, (5 foot
length), (sold separately)
3. Select option “R05” for integral cable, 5 foot length, pigtail termination, AND install an in-line 10-pin MS male connector, part no. 370160,
soldering required, (sold separately). See Table E on page 4.
C0
Your Tempo II has an integral cable, custom length (1 to 99 feet), pigtail termination. To retrofit, the GH model has 1 option available:
Select option “R##” for integral cable, encode ## from 01 to 99 feet, pigtail termination.
C1 or C2
Your Tempo II has an integral cable, custom length (1 to 99 feet), and an in-line 6-pin MS male connector. To retrofit, the GH model has 2 options
available:
1. See Table C on page 4 or contact MTS Applications Engineering to see if you can connect the GH model sensor directly to your controller/interface card, and no longer use the Analog Output Module (AOM), or the Digital Interface Box (DIB) that is in your system.
2. If the AOM or DIB is still required in your system, select option “R##” for integral cable, encode ## from 01 to 99 feet, pigtail termination, AND
install an in-line 6-pin MS male connector, part no. 370015, soldering required, (sold separately). See Table D on page 4.
C3
Your Tempo II has an integral cable, custom length (1 to 99 feet), and an in-line 10-pin MS male connector. To retrofit, the GH model has 2
options available:
1. Select option “D60” for integral 6-pin DIN male connector, AND replace your complete extension cable.
2. Select option “D60” for integral 6-pin DIN male connector, AND use the adapter cable part no. 253245-3, (1 foot length), or 253246-3, (5 foot
length), (sold separately).
3. Select option “R##” for integral cable, encode ## from 01 to 99 feet, pigtail termination, AND install an in-line 10-pin MS male connector, part
no. 370160, soldering required, (sold separately). See Table E on page 4.
H0
Your Tempo II has an integral cable, heavy duty, 30 foot length, pigtail termination. To retrofit, the GH model has 1 option available:
Select option “F30” for integral cable, PUR jacket, 30 foot length, pigtail termination. See Tables F, G on page 5, and H on page 6.
2
G-Series Cross Reference
C Stroke length
Tempo II model number example:
G-Series equivalent model number example:
T
T
S
R
B
U
0
1
2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Tempo II
U———.—
M————
GH
———.—U
————M
11
12
13
14 15
G
H
S
0
1
2
0
U
R
B
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Description
Stroke length in inches and tenths, 1 to 300 in. (Encode in 0.1 in. increments)
Stroke length in millimeters, 25 to 7620 mm. (Encode in 5 mm increments)
D Output type
Tempo II model number example:
G-Series equivalent model number example:
T
T
S
R
B
U
0
1
2
0
D
E
0
0
4
G
H
S
0
1
2
0
U
R
B
1
2
D
E
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14 15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Tempo II
GH
Description
Start/Stop
R
R0(#)
Start/Stop output. If the sensor has more than one magnet, the (#) denotes number of magnets in hexadecimal,
(i.e. 2 - F). If the sensor has only one magnet, leave the 15th character in the model number blank.
Pulse-Width Modulated (PWM)
D————
D——
a b c d
a b
Analog
AS1Z (Note 3)
AS2Z
AS3Z
AS4Z
AS5Z
AS6Z
AC0Z
PWM output. The first character (a) indicates the type of interrogation, (E = external, I = internal), for both Tempo
II and the GH model. The other characters (b-d) for Tempo II indicate the number of circulations. For the GH
model encode this value, (now limited between 1 and 15, see Note 1), for the single character (b) using
hexadecimal, (1 to F).
Output Range (Note 2)
Notes:
V0
0 to +10 Vdc
1. When replacing Tempo II sensors with more than 15 circulations, consult MTS Applications
V2
-10 to +10 Vdc
Engineering.
V7
0 to -10 Vdc
2. Format shown is: [value at Null (Setpoint 1)] to [value at Span (Setpoint 2)].
V1
+10 to 0 Vdc.
3. The G-Series does not utilize Tempo II type “performance mode” options. Therefore, the character
V3
+10 to -10 Vdc
shown as “Z” is not needed for the GH models.
V6
-10 to 0 Vdc.
V_C
Non-standard output. Consult MTS Application Engineering. Usually signifies custom analog setpoints.
Tables
Table A
Existing extension cable wire color code
If cable has striped colors
If cable has solid colors
White/Blue Stripe
White
Blue/White Stripe
Brown
White/Orange Stripe
Gray
Orange/White Stripe
Pink
White/Green Stripe
Red
Green/White Stripe
Blue
White/Brown Stripe
Black
Brown/White Stripe
Violet
White/Gray Stripe
Yellow
Gray/White Stripe
Green
Installing 6-pin DIN female connector, part no. 370423
Pin-out for Analog output Pin-out for Digital-Pulse output
6
6
No Connection
No Connection
2
1
1
2
5
5
No Connection
No Connection
3
No Connection
4
No Connection
No Connection
3
No Connection
4
Pin-out for Neuter output only
6
No Connection
1
No Connection
5
No Connection
No Connection (note 1)
2
3
4
Note 1: If the White/Brown Stripe (or Black) wire was used as DC ground for the Tempo II or L-Series sensor being replaced then the DC ground connection at the controller must
be changed to use the White/Blue Stripe (or White) wire.
Table B
Female straight exit D6 to male RB connection adapter cables
1 ft. cable length, standard, for G-Series analog output sensors
Part no. 253243-1
1 ft. cable length, standard, for G-Series digital-pulse and neuter output sensors
Part no. 253243-2
5 ft. cable length, for G-Series analog output sensors
Part no. 253244-1
5 ft. cable length, for G-Series digital-pulse and neuter output sensors
Part no. 253244-2
3
G-Series Cross Reference
Tables continued
Table C
If your system has an Analog Output Module (AOM)
If your system has a Digital Interface Box (DIB)
You can connect the GH model sensor directly to your controller/interface
card (bypassing the AOM) if:
1. The AOM output is displacement only (voltage or current).
2. There is no velocity output from the AOM.
3. There are no dual channel outputs from the AOM.
4. There are no external null or scale adjustment potentiometer inputs to the
AOM.
You can connect the GH model sensor directly to your controller/interface
card (bypassing the DIB) if:
The DIB is configured to use 15 or less recirculations.
Contact MTS Applications Engineering for the appropriate retrofit GH model
number, or if you have questions.
Contact MTS Applications Engineering for the appropriate retrofit GH model
number, or if you have questions.
Table D
Installing 6-pin MS female connector, part no. 370015
GH Model
Integral Wire Color Code
Output for “Square Wave”
Neuter (Using “+Stop”)
For “R1” connection type:
(positive interrogation)
For “R2” connection type:
(negative interrogation)
Gray
Pink
Yellow
(-) Stop
No Connection (note 1)
(+) Stop (Compatible Neuter Output Pulse) C
(+) Start
E
No Connection (note 1)
C
B (note 2)
Green
(-) Start
B (note 2)
E
Red or Brown
White
Supply Voltage (+Vdc)
DC Ground (for supply)
F
B
F
B
Notes:
1. The G-Series output signal, “(-) Stop”, is not used when providing the backwards-compatible neuter type connection. However, this signal wire is required for “RS-422 TX –“
during serial programming of the sensor. Pin A of the 370015 connector can not be used for this signal since the Analog Output Module (AOM), or the Digital Interface Box
(DIB), provides +12 to +14.5 volts output on this pin when connected. Upon installing the 370015 connector the gray wire must be left disconnected, and the serial
programming feature of the sensor is no longer available.
2. When connecting to an AOM, or to a DIB, or to a custom interface/controller that requires single-ended interrogation, always connect the unused interrogation lead to ground.
Table E
GH Model
Integral Wire Color Code
Installing 10-pin MS male connector, part no. 370160
Pin No.
Gray
Digital pulse Output
(-) Gate for PWM
(-) Stop for Start/Stop
Pink
(+) Gate for PWM
(+) Stop for Start/Stop
G
Yellow
(+) Interrogation for PWM (note 1)
(+) Start for Start/Stop
E
Green
Red or Brown
White
K
(-) Interrogation for PWM (note 1)
(-) Start for Start/Stop
Supply Voltage (+Vdc)
DC Ground (for supply)
D
H
A
Note:
1. When using PWM output with internal interrogation, both of the interrogation input signals are not used, and can be left unconnected or connected to ground.
4
G-Series Cross Reference
Table F
HO Cable Connections for Analog Output
Wire color Twisted Pair
Wire Color
White/Black
Red/Black
Yellow/Black
Green/Black
Blue/Black
Analog output
GH Model
Wire Color
Analog output
White
Displacement Out
Gray
-10 to +10 Vdc or reverse acting:
+10 to -10 Vdc
Black
Red
Black
Yellow
Black
Green
Black
Blue
Black
Displacement Return
+15 Vdc
DC Ground
-15 Vdc
Frame
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Pink
Red or Brown
White
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Yellow
Green
Return for Gray Wire
Supply Voltage (+Vdc)
DC Ground (for supply)
No Connection
No Connection
No Connection
No Connection
Programming (RS-485 +)
Programming (RS-485 -)
Table G
HO Cable connections for digital-pulse output
Wire color twisted pair
GH Model
Wire color
Digital-pulse output Wire color
Digital-pulse output
White
+ Gate
Pink
(+) Gate for PWM
(+) Stop for Start/Stop, or Programming (RS-422 TX+)
Black
-Gate
Gray
(-) Gate for PWM
(-) Stop for Start/Stop, or Programming (RS-422 TX-)
Red
+15 Vdc
Red or Brown
Supply voltage (+Vdc)
Black
DC Ground
White
DC ground (for supply)
Yellow
-15 Vdc
N/A
No connection
Black
Frame
N/A
No connection
Green
Not used
N/A
No connection
Black
Not used
N/A
No connection
Blue
+ Interrogate
Yellow
(+) Interrogation for PWM
(+) Start for Start/Stop, or Programming (RS-422 RX +)
Black
- Interrogate
Green
(-) Interrogation for PWM
(-) Start for Start/Stop, or Programming (RS-422 RX -)
White/Black
Red/Black
Yellow/Black
Green/Black
Blue/Black
5
G-Series Cross Reference
Table H
HO Cable connections for neuter output
Wire color twisted pair
GH Model
Wire color
Neuter output
Wire color
Neuter output (Note 1)
White
Not used
N/A
No connection
Black
Not used
Gray
(-) Stop (note 2), or Programming (RS-422 TX -)
Red
+15 Vdc
Red or Brown
Supply voltage (+Vdc)
Black
DC Ground
White
DC ground (for supply)
Yellow
-15 Vdc
N/A
No connection
Black
Frame
N/A
No connection
Green
Output pulse
Pink
(+) Stop (Compatible Neuter output pulse), or programming (RS-422 TX +)
Black
Not used
N/A
No connection
Blue
+ Interrogate
Yellow
(+) Start (notes 3 & 4), or programming (RS-422 RX +)
Black
- Interrogate
Green
(-) Start (Notes 3 & 4) or Programming (RS-422 RX -)
White/Black
Red/Black
Yellow/Black
Green/Black
Blue/Black
Notes:
1. The “(+) Stop” output is used for a compatible square wave neuter signal.
2. The G-Series output signal, “(-) Stop” is not used when providing the backwards-compatible neuter type connection. However, this signal
wire/connector pin is used for “RS-422 TX-” during serial programming of the sensor. When the sensor output is active, (not in programming mode),
this signal must be left unconnected to allow the proper neuter type output.
3. When connecting to an Analog Output Module (AOM), or to a Digital Interface Box (DIB), or to a custom interface/controller that requires single-ended
interrogation, always connect the unused interrogation lead, “(+) Start” or “(-) Start”, to ground at the AOM/DIB/Controller.
4. For improved noise rejection when using external interrogation, use the positive and negative interrogation signals, “(+) Start” and “(-) Start”, to
provide differential inputs to the sensor.
Part Number: 06-04 550967 Revision A
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