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Chapter
Introduction
0
Application
1
SIREC PU
Design and Mode of Operation
2
Multipoint Recorder
Preparation for Operation
3
Operation
4
Measuring and Recording Mode
5
Servicing and Maintenance
6
Technical Date
7
Scope of Delivery, Options, Accessories
8
Subject Index
9
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Contents
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0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
Introduction .................................................................................... 7
General Information ......................................................................... 7
Qualified Person ............................................................................... 8
Warning Information ........................................................................ 9
Approved Use................................................................................. 10
Technical Documentation............................................................... 11
1
Application .................................................................................... 13
2
2.1
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.2.4
2.2.5
2.2.6
2.2.7
2.2.8
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.3.4
2.4
2.5
Design and Mode of Operation ................................................... 17
Summary......................................................................................... 17
Recorder Components .................................................................... 20
Housing .......................................................................................... 20
Chassis............................................................................................ 20
Chart Carriage ................................................................................ 21
Central Processing Unit .................................................................. 21
Power Supply.................................................................................. 21
Measured-value Acquisition ........................................................... 22
Control Levers ................................................................................ 22
Infrared Remote Control................................................................. 22
Options ........................................................................................... 24
Digital Input/Output ....................................................................... 24
DC 24 V Output.............................................................................. 24
PC Cable......................................................................................... 24
SIPROM R - PU ............................................................................. 24
Scope of Delivery ........................................................................... 25
Accessories and Consumable Materials.......................................... 25
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
Preparation for Operation........................................................... 27
Recorder Identification ................................................................... 27
Installation Guidelines .................................................................... 32
Connection Guidelines.................................................................... 33
Mechanical Preparation of Recorder for Operation........................ 33
Connection of Power Supply .......................................................... 34
Connection of Analog Channels ..................................................... 36
Digital Input/Output ....................................................................... 40
DC 24 V Output.............................................................................. 43
Starting Up the Recorder ................................................................ 44
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4.1
4.2
Operation ...................................................................................... 45
Introduction .................................................................................... 45
PC Interface.................................................................................... 50
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Contents
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.4
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
4.6
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
4.6.4
4.6.5
4.6.6
4.6.7
4.6.8
4.6.9
4.7
4.7.1
4.7.2
4.7.3
4.8
4.8.1
4.8.2
4.8.3
4.8.4
4.8.5
4.8.6
4.8.7
4.8.8
4.8.9
4.8.10
4.8.11
4.8.12
4.8.13
4.9
4.9.1
4.9.2
4.9.3
4
Control Lever.................................................................................. 51
Control Levers in Recording Mode ................................................ 52
Control Levers with PAUSE........................................................... 52
Control Levers in the MODE Menu ............................................... 53
Control Levers in the STATUS, PROG or TEST Menu ................ 53
IR Remote Control.......................................................................... 54
Accessing the Menus ...................................................................... 60
Menu Structure ............................................................................... 60
Selection of a Menu Element.......................................................... 60
Numeric Inputs ............................................................................... 61
Non-numeric Inputs ........................................................................ 61
STATUS Menu............................................................................... 64
S[*0], STATUS: Clock................................................................... 65
S[*1], STATUS: START Table ..................................................... 65
S[*2], STATUS: Interface.............................................................. 65
S[*3], STATUS: Digital Input/Output............................................ 65
S[*4], STATUS: Instrument Text................................................... 65
S[*5], STATUS: Version ............................................................... 66
S[*6], STATUS: Dialog Address ................................................... 66
S[*7], STATUS: Code.................................................................... 66
S[*8], STATUS: Print .................................................................... 66
MODE Menu .................................................................................. 67
M[*0], MODE: Mode MA ............................................................. 68
M[*1], MODE: Mode MB ............................................................. 73
M[*2], MODE: Print ...................................................................... 73
PROG Menu ................................................................................... 74
P[*0], PROG: Protocol Color......................................................... 79
P[*1], PROG: START Table.......................................................... 79
P[*2], PROG: Parameters............................................................... 81
P[*3], PROG: Chart........................................................................ 90
P[*4], PROG: Text ......................................................................... 95
P[*5], PROG: Functions................................................................. 98
P[*6], PROG: Term...................................................................... 100
P[*7], PROG: Configuration ........................................................ 105
P[*8], PROG: Interface ................................................................ 110
P[*9], PROG: Dig. Input/Output .................................................. 110
P[*10], PROG: Copy.................................................................... 112
P[*11], PROG: Initialization ........................................................ 113
P[*12], PROG: Print..................................................................... 114
TEST Menu .................................................................................. 115
T[*0], TEST: Recording Unit....................................................... 116
T[*1], TEST: Adjust..................................................................... 117
T[*2], TEST: Indicator................................................................. 118
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4.9.5
4.10
T[*3], TEST: Diagnostic .............................................................. 119
T[*4], TEST: Service ................................................................... 119
Parameterization Examples .......................................................... 120
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5.1
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
5.2.7
5.3
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.3
5.3.4
5.3.5
Measuring and Recording Mode............................................... 123
Measured-value Display ............................................................... 124
Graphic Recording........................................................................ 129
Chart Formatting........................................................................... 129
Scale ............................................................................................. 129
Time/Date..................................................................................... 129
Channel Markings......................................................................... 130
Alarm Markings, Common Alarm ................................................ 130
Event Texts................................................................................... 130
Buffering of Measured Values...................................................... 131
Numeric Recording....................................................................... 133
Measured Value............................................................................ 134
Symbols for Measured-value Trend.............................................. 134
Symbol for Open-circuit ............................................................... 135
Symbol for Alarm ......................................................................... 135
Buffering of Measured Values...................................................... 135
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6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
6.11
6.12
6.13
6.14
6.15
6.16
6.17
6.18
6.19
6.20
6.21
6.22
Servicing and Maintenance ....................................................... 137
Service Lever and Control Lever 2............................................... 137
Removing the Chart Carriage ....................................................... 138
Inserting the Chart Carriage.......................................................... 139
Adjusting the Time Line ............................................................... 140
Removing a Fanfold Pack............................................................. 141
Inserting a Fanfold Pack ............................................................... 142
Removing a Chart Roll ................................................................. 143
Inserting a Chart Roll ................................................................... 144
Moving Chassis into Maintenance Position.................................. 146
Returning Chassis from Maintenance Position ............................. 147
Removing Chassis from Housing.................................................. 148
Inserting Chassis into Housing ..................................................... 149
Removing the Guide Tongue........................................................ 149
Inserting the Guide Tongue .......................................................... 150
Labelling and Inserting the Measuring-point Label...................... 150
Removing the Recording Head..................................................... 150
Inserting the Recording Head ....................................................... 151
Setting the Dialog Address ........................................................... 152
Replacing the Battery ................................................................... 153
Replacing the Batteries in the IR Remote Control........................ 153
Replacing the fuse ........................................................................ 154
Longer Pauses in Operation.......................................................... 154
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Contents
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6.23
6.24
6.24.1
6.24.2
6.25
6.26
Cleaning the Display..................................................................... 154
Error Messages ............................................................................. 155
Hard Errors................................................................................... 155
Soft Errors .................................................................................... 155
Removal of Transport Protection.................................................. 157
Insertion of Transport Protection.................................................. 157
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.10
7.11
7.12
7.13
Technical Data ............................................................................ 159
Operation, Displays ...................................................................... 162
Recording ..................................................................................... 163
Digital Input/Output ..................................................................... 163
DC 24 V Output............................................................................ 164
Power Supply................................................................................ 164
Ambient Conditions...................................................................... 165
Mounting Position ........................................................................ 165
Degree of Protection..................................................................... 165
Electric Safety .............................................................................. 166
Electromagnetic Compatibility ..................................................... 166
Dimensions, Mounting.................................................................. 167
Weight .......................................................................................... 167
Explanation of Error Data............................................................. 167
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8.1
8.2
8.3
Scope of Delivery, Options, Accessories ................................... 169
Scope of Delivery ......................................................................... 169
Available Accessories and Consumable Material......................... 170
Available Options ......................................................................... 171
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Subject Index .............................................................................. 173
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Introduction
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Introduction
0.1
General Information
This Manual contains the information required for approved use of the products
described in it. It is directed at technically qualified personnel who are
specially trained or have appropriate knowledge in the field of instrumentation
and control, referred to below as automation technology.
Knowledge of the safety information and warnings present in this Manual and
their technically correct application are requirements for safe installation and
commissioning as well as safe operation and repair of the described products.
Only qualified personnel in the sense of Section 0.2 have the required specialist
knowledge in order to correctly interpret the general safety information and
warnings present in this document for a specific case, and to apply them
appropriately.
For organizational reasons, this Manual must be ordered separately. For clarity
reasons, the Manual does not cover all details on all types of the described
products, and cannot describe every possible case in connection with
installation, operation or maintenance. Should you require further information,
or should particular problems occur which are not handled in sufficient depth in
this Manual, help can be requested through your local Siemens office or
representative.
Your attention is additionally drawn to the fact that the contents of this
Instruction Manual are not part of a previous or existing agreement,
commitment or statutory right and do not change these. All commitments on
the part of Siemens are contained in the respective sales contract which also
contains the complete and solely applicable warranty conditions. These
warranty conditions in the contract are neither extended nor limited by the
contents of this Manual.
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0.2
Qualified Person
Unqualified interventions in the device or the non-observance of the warnings
present in this Manual or on the device itself may lead to severe personal injury
or damage to property. Therefore only suitably qualified personnel may carry
out interventions on this device:
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Configuring personnel familiar with the safety concepts of automation
technology
q
Operating personnel instructed in the handling of equipment for
automation technology and acquainted with the contents of this Manual
which are relevant to operation
q
Commissioning and servicing personnel who are trained to repair such
equipment for automation technology or who are authorized to energize,
ground and tag circuits and devices in accordance with established safety
practices.
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Introduction
0.3
Warning Information
Warning information with the following meanings is used in this Instruction
Manual and in the warnings on the product itself:
Danger
means that death, severe personal injury or substantial damage to property will
occur if the appropriate safety precautions are not observed.
Warning
means that death, severe personal injury or substantial damage to property can
occur if the appropriate safety precautions are not observed.
Caution
means that slight personal injury or damage to property can occur if the
appropriate safety precautions are not observed.
Note
is important information on the product, its handling or the respective part of
the documentation to which particular attention should be paid.
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0.4
Approved Use
q
The device must only be used for applications described in the Catalog
and the Instruction Manual, and only in conjunction with other devices
and components recommended by or approved of by Siemens.
q
The described product has been developed, manufactured, tested and
documented in accordance with the appropriate safety standards. If the
handling guidelines and safety information are observed during
configuring, assembly, approved use and maintenance, the products do
not therefore present a danger in the normal case with respect to property
or the health of persons.
Warning
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Following removal of the housing or the guard, certain parts of the
device are accessible which may carry dangerous voltages.
q
Only suitably qualified personnel should work on the device.
q
These should be thoroughly familiar with all sources of danger and
maintenance measures according to the information in this Manual.
q
Correct and safe operation of the product is dependent on proper
transport, storage, installation and assembly as well as careful operation
and maintenance.
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Technical Documentation
In addition to this Instruction Manual – which can be used by all target groups
– the following relevant technical documentation is also available for the
device:
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/1/
Supplement to Instruction Manual "SIREC PU with Mathematics":
contains a description of the mathematical functions F7 ... F12.
Target group: configuring and maintenance personnel.
/2/
Collection of examples "Applications": contains a description of standard
applications and examples of customer-specific adaptations.
Target group: configuring personnel.
/3/
Leaflet "Parameterization – a concise overview".
Explains in visual form the basic operation and parameterization as well
as the various menus.
Target group: configuring and maintenance personnel.
/4/
Leaflet "Operation – a concise overview".
Contains diagrams showing the displays and controls, comprehensible
parameterization examples, defined basic statuses of the device and visual
displays of important maintenance operations.
Target group: plant operators, maintenance personnel.
/5/
A5 pamphlet "Installation instructions".
Contains information required for assembly of the device.
Target group: configuring and assembly personnel.
/6/
Catalog: "Flush-mounted recorders in standardized cases".
Contains the most important technical data, diagrams, brief description
and ordering information.
Target group: plant management, configuring personnel.
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Application
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Application
Purpose
The microprocessor-based recorder can be used to acquire, process, monitor,
display and record the measured values of up six analog channels and six
digital channels.
The recorder is available in two different versions: with and without
mathematics. Recorders with mathematics have the additional functions
F7 ... F12 (see /1/: "Supplement to Instruction Manual").
The fast measuring cycle of 300 ms for 3 channels or 500 ms for 6 channels
means that the device can frequently be used as a substitute for a line recorder.
In addition, the recorder can write alphanumeric characters (e.g. measuredvalue table, texts, time etc.) and symbols (e.g. alarm markings) on the chart. A
graphic display is used to show the measured values and to support interactive
mode when setting the parameters.
One of six possible colors can be assigned to each channel (#1 to #12) and each
text (1 to 24) to permit better differentiation on the chart paper.
The measured values are applied via analog and digital channels to the
recorder, or are determined within the instrument (mains frequency, terminal
temperature).
Analog channels
The analog channels #1 to #6 have a fixed assignment to the terminals (Fig.
3.6-1). The signals can be applied to the instrument terminals as a direct
current, thermoelectric voltage or DC voltage.
Digital channels
With the digital channels #7 to #12, the input source can be optionally defined
as follows by means of channel parameterization (Section 4.8.3):
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Acquisition of
measured values
Terms 1 to 24
DI1 to DI4 via the digital input/output option or
internally measured mains frequency or
internally measured terminal temperature.
Functions F7 to F12
Measured-value acquisition is carried out for the analog channels #1 to #6 via a
multiplexer system with subsequent instrument amplifier, analog-to-digital
converter and central processing unit.
Measured-value acquisition for the digital channels #7 to #12 depends on the
selected source.
Processing of
measured values
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The measured values are passed on to the central processing unit, processed,
stored in intermediate memory and then passed on to the recording system,
display, PC interface and digital input/output (alarms). In addition, all required
control signals are generated by the CPU.
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Application
Calculation of
measured values
In recorders without mathematics, linearization functions can be programmed
using the functions F1 ... F6. The respective function is based on turning points
which have to be entered. Application: conversion of electrical measured
variable (e.g. mA) into another physical variable (e.g. mbar), linearization
functions for thermocouples not stored in the device.
The functions "F7 ... F12" and "Scale" are available in recorders with
mathematics. They can be applied in the available standard applications using
the SIPROM R - PU software. If these applications are insufficient, the user
can also formulate his own computing rules. Furthermore, several channels can
be linked in a computing rule in order e.g. to calculate complex process results.
The "Scale" function can be used to produce up to 12 user-specific scales and
assign these to the channels.
Monitoring of
measured values
The measured values can be compared with programmed limits by the CPU. If
a limit is violated, it is possible to set the parameters to e.g. generate an alarm
via the digital input/output to control further devices depending on events. The
event control can also be utilized in the instrument.
Display of measured
values
The measured, processed values can be output in different modes on a graphic
display with background illumination.
Recording of
measured values
The measured, processed values can be documented in a versatile manner on
chart paper by means of the recording system.
The upward or downward violation of adjustable alarms can be marked on the
chart.
If required, the date and time can be printed on the chart by means of a
calendar/clock with battery backup.
During recording, all modifications to the recorder – such as a temporary stop,
switching-over of the measuring program or mode, or a failure in the power
supply – are documented on the chart.
Transport of the chart paper forwards and backwards results in a continuous
line for the measured values as with a line recorder.
Operation
Operation is either via the PC interface, a separate infrared remote control or
using control levers on the instrument. Feedback from the instrument is on the
display.
The Windows desktop SIPROM R - PU is available for operation via a PC.
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Application
Performance
features
Further features such as
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user-programmable linearization
zooming (scale expansion)
zoning (shifting of recording range)
event-dependent switching of measuring program
event-dependent switching of operating mode
event-dependent printing of programmable texts
permit universal application of the recorder.
Designs
Recorder versions with the following power supplies are available:
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Options
Power supply AC 230 V
Power supply AC 115 V
Power supply AC 24 V
Power supply DC 24 V
The recorder can be equipped with the following options:
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Digital input/output ( 2 versions)
DC 24 V output
PC cable
SIPROM R - PU parameterization software
The PC cable option permits connection of a laptop or PC. All recorder
functions can be remote-controlled. In addition, it is possible to poll recorder
settings and measured values.
Delivery
The recorder is delivered as a standard design, or assembled, parameterized
and prepared for operation in the factory according to the customer’s order.
Conversion
Conversions to the recorder such as e.g. changing the power supply or
subsequently installing options must only be carried out by the manufacturer or
by personnel trained by the manufacturer.
Environmental
protection
Only environmentally-friendly materials have been used for the packaging
system of the recorder.
This Instruction Manual has been printed on paper bleached without chlorine.
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2
Design and Mode of Operation
The following chapter describes the mechanical and electrical design as well as
the recorder components.
2.1
Summary
The recorder is designed as a panel mounted instrument with a format 144 mm
x 144 mm. The front part of the housing contains the chassis with the chart
carriage, the rear part contains the central processing unit and the measuredvalue acquisition. The rear panel of the recorder contains the transformer of the
power pack and the connections for the power supply, signal cables and control
cables.
Installation without interspacing is possible in panels and mosaic systems with
sufficient ventilation.
The modern recorders have digital data processing. Measured values are
recorded serially in channels and with solid state technology.
As a result of the exclusive use of step motors, the drive system for recording
operates completely without contacts. This technology permits a wide range of
applications and high functional reliability.
Fig. 2.1-1 and Fig. 2.1-2 show views of the recorder. The mode of operation of
the recorder is explained down to the block diagram level using Section 2.2.
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Door
Display with background illumination
Chart carriage
Service lever
PC interface
Control levers
Visual operating aids
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Fig. 2.1-1
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Front view of recorder
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2
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Ground connection for cable screen
Terminals for DC 24 V output
Connection of digital input/output
Fuse F1
Connection of power supply
Fuse F2
Window for setting the measuring ranges
Connection of input signals
Fig. 2.1-2
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Rear view of recorder (AC 115/230 V design)
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2.2
Recorder Components
2.2.1
Housing
The housing is made of sheet-steel. The recorder is mounted in the panel,
mosaic system or desk upright panel using the supplied, standardized mounting
elements.
2.2.2
Chassis
The chassis contains the chassis support, the display, the recording system and
the control PCB. The chassis is connected to the central processing unit via a
multi-conductor ribbon cable. The cable length is such that the chassis can be
completely removed from the housing without loosening the connection.
Chassis support
This is the support for the carriage motor, the chart drive motor and the pen
carriage with the recording head motor. The pen carriage is connected to the
control PCB via a flexible ribbon cable.
Display
The graphic display is a liquid crystal display (LCD) and is located together
with LED background illumination in a plastic housing which is plugged onto
the chassis support. This housing also contains the receiver for the IR remote
control, the controller as well as the associated drivers for the display. The
connection to the control PCB is via ribbon cables.
Fiber-pen
recording head
The fiber pen recording head consists of six pens with the associated ink
reservoirs. It is plugged onto the mandrel of the pen carriage when in the
lowered position.
Control PCB
The control PCB contains the power electronics for the carriage motor, for the
recording head motor and for the chart drive motor as well as the light barrier
for detecting the carriage zero position. The board also contains the two
switches for setting the dialog address, a microswitch for detecting the end of
the chart, and four microswitches which are activated by control levers.
Holder for
backup battery
The control PCB also contains the holder for an additional backup battery for
the clock component. This is accessible following removal of the chassis.
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2.2.3
Chart Carriage
The chart carriage permits fanfold packs or rolls to be used as the chart paper.
A take-up spool is required when using rolls. In addition, the chart carriage
must be adapted when changing from fanfold paper to rolls and vice versa. The
required operations are described in Section 6 "Servicing and Maintenance".
2.2.4
Central Processing Unit
The central processing unit is the heart of the electronics. It contains a
microcontroller as well as the program memory (EPROM), main memory
(RAM) and non-volatile parameter memory (EEPROM). The microcontroller
centrally controls the complete hardware for operation, display, measurement
and recording.
The central processing unit permits control of the module "Digital
input/output" and the PC interface.
Clock
A crystal-controlled calendar/clock with external synchronization facility
delivers the date and time as a reference for data sets. It is powered from the
connected power supply. If there is a power supply failure, the backup battery
fitted as standard takes over the supply. Without a battery, backup is provided
for approx. 5 minutes by a capacitor.
To permit synchronization of several recorders, the internal calendar/clock can
be controlled by a master clock or a second recorder with digital input/output.
2.2.5
Power Supply
Note
The recorder must only be connected to the envisaged power supply. Observe
the corresponding note on the rear of the recorder.
All power supplies have safe isolation and have different designs as a result of
the different demands.
AC 230 V or
AC 115 V
The mains power supply is connected to the transformer via an appliance plug
with filter and subsequent fuses. The stepped-down AC voltage is rectified,
filtered and applied to DC/DC converters which generate the required internal
DC voltages. The DC 24 V output option is supplied with the transformed AC
voltage.
DC 24 V
The DC 24 V supply is applied via screw terminals, fuse and filter to a power
inverter whose output is connected to a transformer. The secondary side of the
transformer is connected as in the AC 230 V or AC 115 V versions.
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AC 24 V
2.2.6
The AC 24 V supply is applied via screw terminals, fuse and filter to the
transformer. The secondary side is connected as in the AC 230 V or AC
115 V versions.
Measured-value Acquisition
The measured-value acquisition module has 6 channels. It possesses a
multiplexer with semiconductor relays, input amplifier and analog-to-digital
converter. The input ranges are set specifically for each channel using jumpers.
The channels are electrically isolated from one another by staggered control of
the semiconductor relays. The measured-value acquisition module is
electrically isolated from the central processing unit by opto isolators.
Control is handled by the central processing unit. All channels to be measured
during a cycle are connected to the input amplifier in succession via the
individual semiconductor relays. The amplified signal is applied to an analogto-digital converter which operates according to the dual-slope procedure. This
generates a pulse corresponding to the input signal; the pulse duration is
evaluated by the CPU.
In order to permit equally accurate measurements with large zooming of the
measuring range, reference measurements are carried out cyclically. A cyclic
check is also carried out for open-circuits.
The terminal block also contains sensors for measuring the terminal
temperature when carrying out temperature measurements using
thermocouples.
2.2.7
Control Levers
The recorder has four control levers at the front. Two of the levers act directly
on the mechanical system. The other levers act on microswitches whose signals
are processed by the CPU and converted into control actions, e.g. high-speed
chart movement.
2.2.8
Infrared Remote Control
The infrared remote control is a separate unit in a plastic housing. It has a
colored keypad for complete programming of the recorder and the input of
texts. It is powered by batteries.
A specific infrared pulse sequence is transmitted when a key is pressed. The
infrared receiver is on the left of the display.
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Fig. 2.2-1
Block diagram
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Design and Mode of Operation
2.3
Options
2.3.1
Digital Input/Output
The digital input/output option provides 4 inputs (DI1 to DI4) for control
functions and 6 outputs (DO1 to DO6) for alarms, status signals or control
signals. The inputs and outputs are electrically isolated from the recorder
circuits. Two versions are available for the outputs:
2.3.2
q
Electronic version: the output signals are generated by short-circuit-proof
semiconductor switches (p-switches). The switches are controlled via opto
isolators. The semiconductor switches must be powered via an external
voltage source since they are electrically isolated from the basic device.
q
Relay version: the electrical isolation is provided by relays whose
changeover contacts are externally available.
DC 24 V Output
The DC 24 V output option can be used for the following purposes:
q
q
Power supply to external transmitters
Power supply to digital input/output
The DC 24 V output option is powered by the internal AC voltage. The
floating, safe low-voltage is available on a bipolar terminal on the rear of the
recorder.
2.3.3
PC Cable
A special cable is required for connection of the recorder to a PC. The plug
housing of this cable contains a module for adaptation to the recorder interface.
2.3.4
SIPROM R - PU
SIPROM R - PU provides the user with a Windows desktop for recorder
parameterization which permits simple and convenient operation of the
devices.
Operation with SIPROM R - PU is a prerequisite for entering the mathematical
functions on recorders with mathematics.
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2.4
Scope of Delivery
The scope of delivery is listed in Section 8.1.
2.5
Accessories and Consumable Materials
The accessories and consumable materials are listed in Section 8.2.
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3
Preparation for Operation
The following chapter describes all preparations necessary for operation of the
recorder.
3.1
Recorder Identification
The recorders and modules can be identified with respect to their application
and release version by means of various labels:
q
q
Rating plate
Rating plate with object version for recorder
Part No. with release version for modules
The rating plate (Fig. 3.1-1) provides information on:
q
q
q
q
Recorder type
Serial number
Object version
Channel assignments (only rating plate on rear).
The Order No. (MLFB No. 7ND 3523-XXXX) on the recorder permits you to
recognize whether the device is with or without mathematics.
7ND3523-XAXXX-... - recorder version without mathematics
7ND3523-XBXXX-... - recorder version with mathematics
There are three rating plates on the recorder:
q
q
q
On the rear (e.g. Fig. 3.1-3)
On the left inside the housing (visible after removing the chassis)
On the right side of the chassis
If the input ranges are changed, a blank label (accessory) can be inscribed using
a water-resistant felt pen and adhered to the part of the rating plate which is no
longer applicable.
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Object version
The object version of the recorder can be read from the rating plate. The digit
marked with a cross identifies the object version, i.e. the hardware release of
the complete recorder.
Measuring ranges
The rating plate must be inscribed according to the corresponding measuring
ranges:
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
-10 / + 60 mV
-0.1 / + 1 V
-1 / + 10 mV
TC: J
TC: L
TC: T
TC: U
Recorder version
without mathematics
Fig. 3.1-1
Module release
version
TC: K
TC: N
TC: E
TC: S
TC: R
TC: B
Recorder version
with mathematics
Rating plate on rear of recorder
The release version label provides information on the hardware release of the
module. The label is present on the following relevant modules:
q
q
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q
q
q
q
q
q
Central processing unit with power supply (bottom right, visible
following removal of chassis)
Chassis (bottom right, visible following removal of chassis)
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Firmware version
The release version of the firmware can be read on a label adhered to the
EPROM. The firmware version can also be output on the display using the
STATUS menu.
The release version of the firmware can be read on the EPROM label following
removal of the chassis.
Fig. 3.1-2
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Position of EPROM on module "Central processing unit"
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Preparation for Operation
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Ground connection for cable screen
DC 24 V connection (option)
Digital input/output (option)
Transformer with rating plate
Fuse F1
Power supply connection
Fuse F2
Note "Observe Instruction Manual!"
Window with channel insriptions for
setting of input ranges
10 Input terminals for channels #1 to #6
Fig. 3.1-3
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Rear view of recorder (AC 230 V or AC 115 V
version with options)
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1
2
F1
1
14
SIEMENS
DIG.
IN/OUT
13
82-
612
611
512
511
412
411
311
312
POT.
< P24V
Cut-out prepared for digital input/output
Fuse F1
Power supply connection
Grip for cable detensioning
Cut-out prepared for DC 24 V output
Fig. 3.1-4
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DC 24V OUT
111
112
1
2
3
4
5
N
X 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
81+
5
3
L
CHANNEL
1 xxxx
4 xxxx
2 xxxx
5 xxxx
3 xxxx
6 xxxx
211
212
25
SIREC PU Punktschreiber
7ND 3523-xxxx
F-Nr.
Serial-No XX-XXX
No de fabr.
703-135
Rear view of recorder (AC 24 V without options)
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3.2
Installation Guidelines
Insert the recorder into the prepared panel cut-out (see Fig. 3.2-1 for
dimensions), insert two clamps into the corresponding positions on the housing,
and tighten the screws. Special clamps must be used when fitting in a 72-mm
mosaic system.
The permissible ambient temperature according to the technical data must be
observed at the mounting position. This must be particularly observed when
installing without interspacing.
Note
When installing, observe the safety guidelines in Section 0.4.
25.5
a
144
144
b
14.5
R
2
-2
138+1
260
138+1
Minimum opening angle
115° for operation
Panel cut-out to DIN 43831
Distance between centers
of 2 adjacent instruments or one above the other
Installation in
Sheet-steel panel
Sheet-steel desk upright panel
Panel or desk upright panel
with basic grid dimensions 72 x 72
144 mm
a
b
2 to 42
230
39 to 81
195.5
503e-145
Fig. 3.2-1
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Dimensions for installation
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3.3
Connection Guidelines
The following general information applies to connection of the power supply,
signal and control cables (digital input/output):
3.4
q
No special requirements are placed on power supply, measuring and
control cables which do not carry a dangerous contact potential.
q
Voltages which are not dangerous to contact are up to DC 50 V or AC 25
V if they are generated by safety transformers, batteries etc. and are not
connected to other circuits (low-voltage networks with safe isolation).
q
The isolation of power cables with a dangerous contact potential must be
selected according to the max. voltage.
q
The cross-section of the protective earth conductor must be selected at
least as large as the largest cross-section of the power cable.
Mechanical Preparation of Recorder for Operation
The following points refer to the mechanical preparation of the recorders, and
must be carried out in the defined sequence prior to starting up:
1. Remove chart carriage (Section 6.2)
2. Remove chassis (Section 6.11)
3. Remove transport unit (Section 6.25)
4. Set address (Section 6.18)
5. Insert roll or fanfold pack (Section 6.6, Section 6.8)
6. Insert chart carriage (Section 6.3)
7. Insert chassis (Section 6.12)
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3.5
Connection of Power Supply
Depending on the recorder design, the connection is for
q
q
q
q
AC 230 V or
AC 115 V or
AC 24 V or
DC 24 V.
Before connecting the recorder, check that the power supply agrees with the
technical data specified on the recorder (Fig. 3.5-1).
Warning
q Check that the operating voltage of the recorder agrees with the supply
voltage to be connected.
q The recorder may only be converted from AC 115 V to AC 230 V or
vice versa by the manufacturer or personnel trained by the
manufacturer!
q It must be possible to separate the recorder from the power supply
using the appliance plug or an easily accessible disconnecting device
for at least 1.6 A.
q The appropriate regulations (e.g. DIN VDE) for the installation of
power systems must be observed.
q The cross-section of the PE conductor must be at least as large as that
of the largest cross-section of the power supply, signal or control cables.
AC 230 V 50/60 Hz
26 VA
F1=F2=T 160 L 250 V
503-172
Fig. 3.5-1
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Information on recorder specifying the set power supply
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Connection to
AC 230 V or
AC 115 V
The connection to an AC 230 V mains supply is made using the supplied
appliance plug. The correct connection for AC 230 V and AC 115 V is
identical and shown in Fig. 3.5-2.
Warning
Before connecting the appliance plug, make sure that the power supply
connection is dead!
L
PE
N
503-139
Fig. 3.5-2
Connection to
AC 24 V or DC 24 V
Connection of mains supply
The connection must be made to the provided screw terminals (Fig. 3.5-3). The
cable must be secured to the grip to reduce the strain.
L
L+
N
L-
DC 24 V connection
AC 24 V connection
Cable clip
Loop for cable
detensioning
Fig. 3.5-3
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Connection of AC 24 V or DC 24 V
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3.6
Connection of Analog Channels
The following types of measurement are possible for each channel:
q
q
q
q
DC U 60 mV/TC
DC U 1 V
DC U 10 V
DC I 20 mA
The measuring ranges are selected using jumpers.
In order to set the jumpers, you must first remove the window with the channel
inscription for setting the input ranges (Fig. 3.6-1). The transparent plastic part
can be easily removed by inserting a small screwdriver at the side.
Ground connection for cable screen
Fig. 3.6-1
Connection of analog channels #1 to #6
Fig. 3.6-2
Jumper settings
Note
If the jumper settings are changed by the customer, the set measuring range
must be written onto a blank label and adhered over the label which is no
longer applicable (rear of transformer).
Fig. 3.6-3 shows the basic connections of the channel inputs.
Note
The jumper assignments should not be changed during measuring mode.
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Fig. 3.6-3
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Examples of the basic connections of the channel inputs
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+
DC
U/I
11
12
12
11
Labels with information (Fig. 3.6-4) on the possible connections of the analog
channels are adhered on the transformer (Fig. 3.1-3 or Fig. 3.1-4) above the
window for setting the input ranges.
TC
503-142
Fig. 3.6-4
Possible connections of the analog channels
DC U
The connection is made according to Fig. 3.6-4, the jumper settings according
to Fig. 3.6-2. The parameters are set according to Section 4.8.
DC I
The connection is made according to Fig. 3.6-4, the jumper settings according
to Fig. 3.6-2. The parameters are set according to Section 4.8.
TC
Thermocouples can be connected as follows:
q
q
q
Directly with an internal cold junction
Indirectly with an external cold junction at constant temperature
Indirectly with an external cold junction at any temperature
The basic connections are shown in the following Figs. The jumpers of the
input channels are set according to Fig. 3.6-4 and the parameters according to
Section 4.8.
(Internal cold junction)
+
12
The connections of the thermocouple or the associated equalizing conductors
must be connected directly to the recorder terminals. The temperature of the
terminal block (reference temperature) is measured by the recorder and
compensated. The connection is made as in Fig. 3.6-5.
11
Direct
thermocouple
connection
-
TC
502-038
Fig. 3.6-5
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Thermocouple connection
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(External cold junction at constant temperature)
The connections of the thermocouple are connected via a cold junction at
constant temperature. The temperature of the cold junction must be entered in
the input menu. The cables between the external cold junction and the recorder
terminals can be made using any conductors with the same material (usually
Cu). The connection is made according to Fig. 3.6-6.
12
11
Indirect
thermocouple
connection,
constant cold
junction
temperature
+
-
TC
502-039
Fig. 3.6-6
(External cold junction at variable temperature)
+
- +
-
+
-
11
12
12
11
12
11
12
The connections of the thermocouple are connected via a cold junction at any
temperature. The temperature of the cold junction must be measured using
another channel and is calculated internally. Thermocouples as well as
temperature transmitters are possible for recording the cold junction
temperature. The connection is made according to Fig. 3.6-7.
11
Indirect
thermocouple
connection,
variable cold
junction
temperature
Thermocouple connection to external cold junction at
constant temperature
E
T
TC
Fig. 3.6-7
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TC
503-173
Thermocouple connection to external cold junction
at any temperature
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3.7
Digital Input/Output
A 25-pin subminiature plug (Fig. 3.1-4) is present on the rear of the recorder
for the option "Digital input/output". See Section 2.3.1 for technical details.
A 25-pin subminiature plug for connection of the digital input/output is
included in the delivery. The pin assignments are shown in Inputs Table 3.7-1
and Outputs Table 3.7-2. Parameterization of the digital input/output is
described in Section 4.8.10.
Inputs
Table 3.7-1
Pin assignments "Digital input/output" (DI1 to DI4)
Plug pin
Assignment
Programmable as
24
Digital input 1 (DI1)
Digital channel
Term
12
Digital input 2 (DI2)
Digital channel
Term
25
Digital input 3 (DI3)
Digital channel
Term
13
Digital input 4 (DI4)
Digital channel
Term
Synchronization pulse
11
Reference potential 0 V
(DI)
A voltage signal is required (e.g. DC 24 V output option) since the inputs are
electrically isolated from the basic recorder.
Electronic version
Fig. 3.7-1
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Relay version
Pin assignments for 25-contact subminiature plug
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Outputs
Table 3.7-2
Plug pin
14
2
15
3
16
4
17
5
18
6
19
7
20
8
21
9
22
10
23
1
Pin assignments "Digital input/output" (DO1 to DO6)
Assignments for opto
Assignments for relays
isolator option
option
Output DO1
Output DO1: NO contact
Common point
NC contact
Output DO2
Output DO2: NO contact
Common point
NC contact
Output DO3
Output DO3: NO contact
Common point
NC contact
Output DO4
Output DO4: NO contact
Common point
NC contact
Output DO5
Output DO5: NO contact
Common point
NC contact
Output DO6
Output DO6: NO contact
Common point
NC contact
Ext. power supply 24 V
Ext. power supply 24 V
Ext. power supply 0 V
Ext. power supply 0 V
In the electronic version, the semiconductor switches which are isolated from
the basic electronics by opto isolators must be powered by an external 24-V
supply. If the recorder is equipped with a DC 24 V output (option), it is
alternatively possible to use this source, taking into account the technical data
(Fig. 3.7-2).
Synchronization of
several recorders
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The multipoint recorder can synchronize the internal calendar/clocks of several
devices as secondary devices by means of a digital input/output. To achieve
synchronization, any output of the digital input/output is used on the control
device and the input DI4 on the secondary device. Parameterization is
described in Section 4.8.8.
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Fig. 3.7-2
Example of connection for digital input/output
Explanations on Fig. 3.7-2:
The example shows two recorders with the digital input/output option.
The digital input/output of the top recorder is supplied from its own DC 24 V
output option.
The internal calendar/clocks are synchronized in the two recorders. The
synchronization signal required is provided via input DI4 by e.g. a master
clock. The clocks of the two recorders are set to 3:00 hours when the positive
edge of the 24-V pulse arrives. The date remains unchanged.
In addition, the digital output (alarm) of the top recorder DO1 triggers a lamp.
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3.8
DC 24 V Output
Following installation of the option "DC 24 V output" by the manufacturer or
by personnel trained by the manufacturer, a bipolar terminal (Fig. 3.8-1) is
available at the rear of the recorder with a floating output for the supply of
external components. The following connections are permissible:
q
q
Up to three two-wire transmitters with a current consumption of ≤ 25 mA
each
Digital input/output.
The total current consumption is limited to 75 mA.
Note
If several two-wire transmitters are powered, these are connected together on
one side and are thus not electrically isolated from one another. For noise
reasons (differences in potential), this arrangement is only meaningful for
transmitters which are close together. When additionally powering the digital
input/output, observe whether switching transients occur, and their effect.
Fig. 3.8-1
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Example of connection for two-wire transmitter to the
DC 24 V output option
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3.9
Starting Up the Recorder
Starting-up includes the following points:
q
q
q
Insert recording head (Section 6.17)
Adjust recording unit (Section 4.9.2)
With connection of recorders to DC power supply:
set reference frequency (Section 4.8.8, P[7.6])
All recorder settings apart from the time have already been made in the factory
if the recorder has been delivered according to customer specifications.
Adjustment of the clock is described in Section 4.8.8, P[7.2].
The standard settings have been made for recorders delivered without
customers specifications. The standard settings are listed in Section 4
"Operation" in the respective subsections.
Example:
Setting parameter "Language" (Section 4.8.8, P[7.7]), set recorder
configuration, Tab. P34: Standard setting: "German".
If you are not acquainted with the recorder, it is recommendable to start with
simple measurements after reading Sections 1 to 4. The following are
appropriate:
q
q
Measurement of internal terminal temperature
Measurement of internally derived mains frequency
(only possible with AC power supply)
You can find further useful information on programming in Section 4.10,
Parameterization Examples.
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4
Operation
The following chapter describes the display and control elements of the
recorder and the IR remote control. Four menus are described via which you
can carry out parameterization (recorder settings) using the control levers (to a
limited extent), the IR remote control or the PC interface. In addition, the
chapter includes two parameterization examples (Section 4.10).
Maintenance and servicing operations (e.g. replacing the chart) as well as the
associated control levers (service lever, control lever 2) are described in
Section 6 "Maintenance and Servicing".
4.1
Introduction
The recorder is operated using the
q
q
q
q
control levers 1 and 3 on the front of the recorder,
IR remote control,
display and
PC interface.
The control levers can be used for direct functions such as PAUSE ON/OFF
and the high chart speed (SPEED). You can switch on the menu (MODE) using
control lever 1, and carry out parameter settings there.
The IR remote control can be used for all recorder functions except PAUSE
ON/OFF and the high chart speed. Functions for different display modes are
available in addition to the parameterization facilities of all menus.
The display is used to indicate measured values and channel information, as
well as for interactive mode when parameterizing.
Using the Windows desktop SIPROM R - PU, you can carry out all recorder
parameter settings via the PC interface. The recorder parameters can be saved
in a file and edited and extended at any time. All setting parameters are made
available in a clear dialog form.
The positions of the control levers, display and PC interface are shown in
Fig. 4.1-1.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Infrared receiver
Display
Control lever 3
Control lever 2
Control lever 1
PC interface
Service lever
Fig. 4.1-1
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Position of display and control elements
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Operation
Menus
The following four menus, the control levers (to limited extent), the IR remote
control or the PC interface are used for convenient parameterization of the
recorder:
q
The STATUS menu provides you with current information on the
recorder status such as e.g. time, set dialog address etc.
q
You can use the MODE menu to set the mode parameters such as the
chart speed, logging rate and measured-value display.
q
You can use the PROG menu for setting all parameters relevant to
measurements and the chart display as well as the instrument
configuration.
q
You should only call the TEST menu for maintenance purposes.
This permits you to carry out various tests and the adjustment.
The menus (Fig. 4.1-2) contain functions applicable to the specific terms and
permit the input of parameterization data in one or more nested levels
depending on the complexity of the function.
The menus are accessed using correspondingly labelled keys on the IR remote
control or by using control lever 1 (only MODE menu). When parameterizing
the recorder via the PC interface, the complete parameter set is loaded from the
PC into the recorder in one action. The parameter settings are actually made on
the screen of the PC using the WINDOWS application SIPROM R - PU.
Note
The menus are described in the following sequence: STATUS, MODE, PROG
and TEST. The code numbers in the menu are specified in the headings and in
the left margin text to facilitate orientation. Fast searching for information is
also supported by the index.
Terminology for
actions in the input
menus
The principle actions in the menus and the associated terminology are
explained in detail using the PROG menu, menu line "Parameter"
(Fig. 4.1-3).
The input menus consist of several elements which in turn are comprised of
menu code numbers and the designations. Only one menu element is output in
the display at a time.
The menu code number is output on the left in the top line of the display. The
key to which the menu belongs is displayed on the top right. The designation
for the menu element is output in the bottom line.
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Fig. 4.1-2
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Summary of menus
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Fig. 4.1-3
Principle menu actions and display
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4.2
PC Interface
The recorder can be connected by means of a special cable (Fig. 4.2-1) to a PC
or laptop for the following applications:
q
q
q
Parameterization of recorder via a WINDOWS desktop
(SIPROM R - PU)
PC-controlled calling of measured values
Saving on PC storage media.
The connection between the recorder and PC or laptop is made using the PC
cable (see Section 8.3, Available Options). Operator prompting is via the
WINDOWS desktop.
Fig. 4.2-1
Connection to the recorder
Further information can be found in the online help for SIPROM R - PU.
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4.3
Control Lever
The functions of control levers 1 and 3 are explained for the following
operating statuses:
q
q
q
Recording mode
PAUSE status
Parameterization status (STATUS, MODE, PROG or TEST menu)
switched on.
The service lever and control lever 2 are used to mechanically release the
recorder for maintenance purposes.
The functions of the control levers are shown in Table 4.3-1.
Table 4.3-1
Control lever functions
1) The function "Control lever 1
PROG menu "Configuration"
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4.3.1
Control Levers in Recording Mode
Lever 1 Ì
MODE ON
Briefly moving control lever 1 to the left switches on the MODE menu. The
first element of the MODE menu appears on the display (Fig. 4.4-9). The
MODE menu is the only menu which can be parameterized using control levers
1 and 3.
This function can be disabled in the PROG menu "Configuration".
Lever 1 Í
PAUSE ON
Briefly moving control lever 1 to the right switches on the PAUSE status. The
message "PAUSE" appears in the first line on the display. The recording is
only terminated when all values measured up to the pause have been printed on
the chart together with the date, time and instrument text 0. Measuring mode
including alarm processing is continued, however.
The recording unit must be set to the PAUSE status for servicing and
maintenance purposes. The pen carriage moves to a PAUSE position following
termination of recording and the message texts. The pen is lifted. The chart
paper or recording head can then be replaced.
Lever 3 Ì
HOLD ON/OFF
Briefly moving control lever 3 to the left switches on the HOLD mode. HOLD
mode interrupts the cyclic measured-value display. The current channel
remains on the display and is updated every second. HOLD mode is terminated
by moving control lever 3 to the left again. The channels for which
measurement ON has been selected are then output cyclically and sequentially
on the display again.
Lever 3 Í
SPEED
Moving control lever 3 to the right switches on the high chart speed. The chart
speed increases the longer you hold the lever in the right position.
4.3.2
Control Levers with PAUSE
Lever 1 Ì
MODE ON
Briefly moving control lever 1 to the left switches on the MODE menu. The
PAUSE status is still retained. .
This function can be disabled in the PROG menu "Configuration".
Lever 1 Í
PAUSE OFF
Briefly moving control lever 1 to the right switches off the PAUSE again if you
are in the PAUSE status. Recording is continued if switched on. The measured
values buffered during the pause are output on the chart if buffer ON is
selected.
Lever 3 Ì
Chart adjustment
Briefly moving control lever 3 to the left results in two horizontal marks being
written on the chart. These can be used as a reference for adjusting the chart
(see Section 6.4, Adjusting the Time Line).
Lever 3 Í
SPEED
See Section 4.3.1.
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4.3.3
Control Levers in the MODE Menu
Lever 1 Ì
MODE OFF
Briefly moving control lever 1 to the left switches off the MODE menu.
Recording mode is continued.
This function can be disabled in the PROG menu "Configuration".
Lever 1 Í
INC
With the MODE menu switched on, briefly moving control lever 1 to the right
implements an incrementing process. You can move from element to element
in ascending order within the MODE menu. A decrementing function using
control levers is not provided.
Lever 3 Ì
EXIT
Briefly moving control lever 3 to the left stores the set parameters of the menu
elements which have already been passed through. The current menu level is
left, and the previous menu level is selected. The menu element is displayed
which was used for accessing the next level.
Lever 3 Í
ENTER
Briefly moving control lever 3 to the right permits the input to be confirmed,
i.e. the set parameters of the menu elements which have been passed through
are stored. The current menu level is left, and the previous menu level is
selected. The next menu element is displayed.
4.3.4
Control Levers in the STATUS, PROG or TEST Menu
Lever 1 Ì
MODE ON
Briefly moving control lever 1 to the left switches on the MODE menu (see
Section 4.3.1). The currently selected STATUS, PROG or TEST menu is
closed.
This function can be disabled in the PROG menu "Configuration".
Lever 1 Í
PAUSE ON
Briefly moving control lever 1 to the right switches on the PAUSE status. The
currently selected STATUS, PROG or TEST menu is closed. Refer to Section
4.3.1 if the STATUS or PROG menu was selected and recording mode
switched on. No measured values are written into the buffer if the TEST menu
was selected since measuring and recording mode is then automatically
switched off.
Lever 3 Ì
HOLD ON
Briefly moving control lever 3 to the left switches the HOLD mode on or off.
Since switching over is hidden by the current menu display in this case, this
operation should only be used in exceptional cases.
Lever 3 Í
SPEED
See Section 4.3.1.
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Operation
4.4
IR Remote Control
Setting of the recorder is convenient and easy to learn using the IR remote
control (accessory). Operator prompting is carried out using outputs on the
display.
Design
Fig. 4.4-1
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The IR remote control consists of a housing with keypad, infrared transmitter
and battery compartment. The keypad consists of a number of colored keys
arranged into function groups. The battery compartment is at the rear. When
using the IR remote control, the infrared transmitter present in the front part of
the unit must be pointed towards the recorder. Fig. 4.4-1 shows the keypad of
the IR remote control with a brief description.
IR remote control
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The RTL (return to local) key has no function on this recorder.
If you press the STATUS key, the first element (Fig. 4.4-2) from the STATUS
menu appears in the display. You can scan the recorder status in the STATUS
menu using the INC, DEC and EXIT keys. The available functions are
described in detail in Section 4.6. Press the STATUS key again if you wish to
leave the STATUS menu.
503e-030
Fig. 4.4-2
DIALOG
503e-012
red
Opening the dialog
STATUS menu, first menu element
The recorder must be set to dialog mode before you can address it using the IR
remote control. Different recorders are differentiated by their dialog addresses.
The dialog address is set using two rotary switches on the rear of the chassis
(Section 6.18). An individual device address is necessary for larger system
configurations to prevent several recorders from reacting simultaneously to the
IR remote control.
The recorder is always ready for dialog if dialog address 0 is used.
If you press the red DIALOG key, all recorders which can be accessed using
the IR remote control display their dialog address in decimal form (Fig. 4.4-3).
Address set on recorder
Address 15 to be entered via IR remote control
503e-013
Fig. 4.4-3
Input of dialog address
The recorders expect the input of a number which corresponds to their dialog
address within approx. 30 seconds. The input is made on the decimal keypad
(without SHIFT) and confirmed using ENTER. The corresponding address
(Fig. 4.4-4) appears in the display on the recorder whose dialog address agrees
with your input. You can then set dialog mode by acknowledging using
ENTER. The recorder switches back to recording mode and now reacts to the
IR remote control without limitations.
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Operation
Fig. 4.4-4
Display of readiness for dialog
By entering the pseudo dialog address 999, you set all recorders in the
reception area of the IR remote control to dialog mode independent of the
dialog addresses set on the recorders. You can thus access several recorders
simultaneously. To prevent maloperations, you should always be able to view
the recorders and should only carry out simple input steps, such as e.g. a
common START.
Terminating
the dialog
In order to terminate the dialog, press the DIALOG and ENTER keys in
succession. Dialog mode is automatically terminated if no keys are pressed
within a period of 10 minutes.
In order to obtain the alarm values for a channel output on the display, press
and hold the gray ALARM key (Fig. 4.4-5).
Fig. 4.4-5
Example of display with ALARM key pressed
SCALE displays the set parameters "Left value" and "Right value". Press and
hold the gray SCALE key (Fig. 4.4-6) to output the values on the display.
Left value
Right value
Fig. 4.4-6
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Example of display with SCALE key pressed
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You can stop the cyclic switching of channels using the gray HOLD key.
Pressing the key again switches the cyclic measured-value display on again.
START
503e-020
green
TEST
503e-029
yellow
You can use the green START key to switch measuring and recording mode on
and off.
You can use the yellow TEST key to open the TEST menu. The associated first
menu element appears (Fig. 4.4-7). Tests and adjustments can be carried out
using the TEST menu by means of the INC, DEC, EXIT and ENTER keys.
The available functions are described in detail in Section 4.9. Press the TEST
key again to leave the TEST menu.
503e-031
Fig. 4.4-7
PROG
503e-032
yellow
TEST menu, initial state
You can use the yellow PROG key to open the PROG menu. The associated
first menu element appears (Fig. 4.4-8). You can carry out parameterization
functions in the PROG menu using the INC, DEC, EXIT and ENTER keys.
The available functions are explained in detail in Section 4.8. Press the PROG
key again to leave the PROG menu.
503e-033
Fig. 4.4-8
MODE
503e-034
yellow
PROG menu, initial state
You can use the yellow MODE key to open the MODE menu. The associated
first element appears (Fig. 4.4-9). You can carry out parameterization functions
in the MODE menu using the INC, DEC, EXIT and ENTER keys. The
available functions are described in detail in Section 4.7. Press the MODE key
again to leave the MODE menu.
503-035
Fig. 4.4-9
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Operation
The SIGN (ON/OFF) key supports the input of special characters using a
coding table. Operation is described in Section 4.5.4.
You can switch over the numerical keypad to the secondary assignments using
the A,B... (ON/OFF) key. The input of texts is described in Section 4.5.4.
You can use the SHIFT key to switch over between upper-case and lower-case
letters. Section 4.5.4 shows an example. In addition, the exponent identification
(measured value or alarm value) must be entered using this key.
Numbers < 0.1 are automatically displayed as exponential numbers even if they
are entered as floating-point numbers. If the input is to be made with
exponents, the exponential component "E+N" (N=-38...+38) must be directly
generated using the "SHIFT" key. Switching over between "+" and "-" is made
using the "±" key.
Example of input using IR remote control unit: 0.0123 → Display: 1.23E-2
2.5
#1
Alarm 1
ENTER
PROG
1 MIN <stat.>
1.23
SHIFT
1 MIN <stat.>
1.2300E+0 °C
±
1 MIN <stat.>
1.2300E-0 °C
2
1 MIN <stat.>
1.2300E-2 °C
ENTER
The EXIT key is used for saving and returning to the previous menu element.
A further return occurs each time you press the key again.
8
7
PRS
4
9
TUV
5
GHI
1
JKL
2
QZ
WXY
6
MNO
3
ABC
DEF
0
# %
:/*
+,!
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The numeric keypad with supplementary assignments is used to enter numeric
and non-numeric characters when operating with menus and selecting menu
elements.
In the case of non-numeric inputs, the SIGN, A,B... and SHIFT keys present
above the numeric keypad are required depending on the application. In
addition, the Table 4.5-2 is used to select the desired special characters and
codes to be entered. The required input procedures are described in
Section 4.5.4.
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You can use the CLEAR key to delete the numeric and non-numeric inputs at
the cursor position in order e.g. to make a correction. The key has a repeat
function.
The increment key (INC) is used for forwards scrolling during menu inputs by
changing the menu code number (incrementing). When the last menu element
has been reached, a return is made to the first menu element.
When entering parameters, the key is used to shift the cursor to the right.
The decrement key (DEC) is used for backwards scrolling during menu inputs
by changing the menu code number (decrementing). When the first menu
element has been reached, a return is made to the last menu element.
When entering parameters, the key is used to shift the cursor to the left.
You can use the ENTER key to move horizontally through a selected menu
until you reach the right edge of the menu (Fig. 4.1-3).
When accessing a menu element, the cursor shaped as a question mark is
positioned at the current menu code number. The cursor and menu code
number are displayed alternately and request you to make an input.
You can use the ENTER key to confirm the menu code number and to move to
the next element in the subsequent level. If the menu element contains
adjustable parameters, you remain in the element in order to change or confirm
the parameters there.
The cursor which is now a flashing rectangle is set to the value of the first
parameter and you are requested to change or confirm this. You can edit the
value using the INC/DEC keys, decimal keypad and CLEAR key and confirm
your inputs using ENTER (confirmation with modification), or you can press
the ENTER key alone (confirmation without modification). The next parameter
is then made available by the recorder.
Once you have reached the right menu edge, ENTER presents the next menu
element (in the vertical direction, downwards). This procedure is meaningful
e.g. when parameterizing a channel in order to sequentially set "2.0 Channel"
and then "2.1 Condition" etc. If you reach the bottom menu edge (2.11 Text
No.), pressing ENTER again displays the first menu element (2.0 Channel) of
the current menu level again.
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Operation
4.5
Accessing the Menus
The presented menus guarantee simple and reliable setting of all operating
parameters.
The menus provide information in selection lists on the available functions or
values for an input. To facilitate orientation, a cursor marks the current input
position on the display. The shape of the cursor indicates the type of input
expected by the recorder (Table 4.5-1).
Table 4.5-1
Cursor shapes
Cursor
?
Input
Menu input
Numeric input
4.5.1
[
]
Non-numeric input (key A, B, ...)
Underline: lower-case letters
[
]
Non-numeric input (key A, B, ...)
Overline: upper-case letters
[
]
Non-numeric input (SIGN key)
Menu Structure
See Section 4.1.
4.5.2
Selection of a Menu Element
You select a specific menu element by entering the corresponding menu code
number. This can either be entered directly on the numeric keypad or selected
using the INC/DEC keys. The input of menu code numbers is terminated by
ENTER.
The complete menu element appears on the display as long as the ENTER key
is pressed. A switch is made to the subsequent menu or the list of values when
the key is released.
You can use the CLEAR key to delete an input which has not yet been
terminated. The EXIT key can be used to leave a menu. You then access the
next higher menu level.
Note
The input is incorrect if you select a menu code number for which a menu
element does not exist. The menu code number flashes, and the field for the
designation of the menu element remains vacant.
An input error is also the case if your selection does not correspond to the
existing recorder configuration. The menu element is displayed completely
with the flashing menu code number. The input must be corrected if an error is
made.
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4.5.3
Numeric Inputs
All numeric inputs are made using the numeric keypad. The entered numbers
appear immediately on the display. Numeric inputs are terminated by ENTER.
The display flashes in the event of an input error; the input can be corrected.
You can use the CLEAR key to delete inputs which have not yet been
terminated.
4.5.4
Non-numeric Inputs
The input of non-numeric characters, i.e. letters and special characters, is
switched on using the A,B... and SIGN keys. The top line of the display
indicates which of the two keys has been pressed.
Letters and special characters are entered coded using the numeric keypad.
Once the last digit of the code has been entered, the corresponding character
appears in the bottom line of the display. The cursor is moved on by one
position. The selected position No. flashes if the cursor is outside the number
permitted for the character.
The entered character is always inserted into the existing text. To change a
character, shift the cursor to the corresponding position using the INC/DEC
keys, delete the character using the CLEAR key and then insert a new
character. When entering non-numeric characters, the CLEAR key and the
INC/DEC keys have a repeat function.
In input mode A,B... the text is entered coded with two digits. It is simplified
by the supplementary assignments of the numeric keypad. Three letters are
combined on each key. Proceed as follows to enter a text:
1. Press the key associated with the required letter, e.g. "GHI"
2. Enter the position within the sequence of letters using the numeric keypad,
e.g. "2" would be the correct input for an "h".
In order to enter digits, switch off the input mode A,B... and enter the digits.
Upper-case/lower-case letters can be selected using the SHIFT key. The cursor
shape (Table 4.5-1) indicates whether writing in upper-case or lower-case
letters has been selected.
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The following Fig. (Fig. 4.5-1) shows an input example:
*4
Text
PROG
ENTER
Text 0
ENTER
11
Hallo
Editing
A,B...
4
SHIFT
2
2
1
ABC
SHIFT
5
ABC
GHI
QZ
3
DEF
JKL
5
3
DEF
JKL
6
3
MNO
DEF
ENTER
503e-046
Fig. 4.5-1
Input example "Hallo"
Special characters are entered coded in 3 digits in the input mode SIGN. The
complete character set can be entered in this mode, i.e. all letters, digits and
special characters. Please refer to Table 4.5-2 for the codes for the text input
mode SIGN.
Note
When saving, the text is imported from left to right according to the
permissible text length. Characters which have been entered beyond the
permissible length are lost.
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Table 4.5-2 Codes for text input mode SIGN
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Operation
4.6
STATUS Menu
Purpose
The STATUS menu permits current status information to be called and
displayed (Fig. 4.6-1).
Operation
To call the status information, press the STATUS key on the remote control.
The first element of the STATUS main menu appears on the display.
Select the information from the STATUS main menu, e.g. "4" for "Instrument
text". The status information stored in the recorder appears on the LCD. You
can return to the STATUS main menu again using the ENTER or EXIT key.
To switch off the status display, press the STATUS key again.
The information in the STATUS menu can also be called via the PC interface.
Fig. 4.6-1
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Summary of STATUS menu
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4.6.1
S[*0], STATUS: Clock
*0
Clock
STATUS
ENTER
05.07.95
17:32'51
mains
503e-047
The recorder displays the current data set of the internal calendar/clock,
comprising the date and time.
4.6.2
S[*1], STATUS: START Table
*1
STATUS
START table
ENTER
START table
START
PA
MA
503e-048
The recorder displays which trigger conditions are fulfilled.
4.6.3
S[*2], STATUS: Interface
*2
STATUS
Interface
ENTER
Interface
503e-178
The recorder indicates whether the interface is ready.
4.6.4
S[*3], STATUS: Digital Input/Output
*3
STATUS
Dig. IN/OUT
ENTER
Dig. IN/OUT
----
503e-049
The recorder indicates whether the option "Digital input/output" is fitted.
4.6.5
S[*4], STATUS: Instrument Text
*4
STATUS
Device text
ENTER
Device text
System 1
503e-130
The programmed instrument text appears here (text No. 0, Section 4.8.5).
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4.6.6
S[*5], STATUS: Version
The recorder outputs the implemented firmware version.
4.6.7
S[*6], STATUS: Dialog Address
The recorder indicates the set dialog address as a decimal value.
4.6.8
S[*7], STATUS: Code
*7
Code
STATUS
ENTER
Code
2485
503e-053
The recorder indicates the programmed code as a number with up to 5 digits.
The code can be decoded using the following equation:
Code = xxxxx - (DDMM+hhmm)
Time: hour and minute
Date: day and month
Code (e.g. 2485)
You can determine the date and time using the status display "Clock"
(Section 4.6.1).
Example
You read the code “2485“ at 11.43 on 01.08.
DDMM = 0108
hhmm = 1143
xxxxx = 2485
Code = 2485 - (0108 + 1143) = 1234
No code is programmed if the display *0* appears.
4.6.9
S[*8], STATUS: Print
*8
Print
STATUS
ENTER
*8
Print
STATUS
503e-054
The status information (Fig. 4.6-1, bottom), apart from the code, is printed.
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4.7
MODE Menu
Purpose
Setting of recording mode and measured-value display.
Operation
Operation is carried out using the MODE key of the remote control or the
control levers (Section 4.3.1) on the front of the recorder.
Note
The control levers may have been disabled in the PROG menu "Configure".
The first element (Fig. 4.4-9) of the MODE main menu appears on the display.
The STATUS, TEST and PROG keys are switched off when you press the
MODE key.
The functions of the MODE menu can also be accessed via the PC interface.
You can program two operating modes (mode MA, mode MB) which can be
selected during measuring mode depending on the START table. Each mode
contains the following settings:
q
q
q
q
q
Chart speed (for the graphic recording)
Logging rate (for the numeric recording)
Display
Dot sequence
Recording threshold
In the MODE main menu (Fig. 4.7-1) you can select which of the two modes
MA or MB you wish to modify. You can initiate additional printing of a
measured-value table using the parameter "Print". In addition, the mode MA
and MB settings can be printed out.
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Operation
MODE
*0
Mode MA
MODE
ENTER
MODE
0.0
Chart feed
ENTER
MODE
0.1
Logging rate
ENTER
MODE
ENTER
MODE
0.3
Dot sequence
ENTER
0.4
MODE
Rec. threshold
ENTER
MODE
1.0
Chart feed
ENTER
MODE
1.1
Logging rate
ENTER
MODE
ENTER
MODE
1.3
Dot sequence
ENTER
1.4
MODE
Rec. threshold
ENTER
MODE
2.0
Measured values
ENTER
MODE
2.1
Mode MA/MB
ENTER
0.2
Display
*1
Mode MB
MODE
ENTER
1.2
Display
MODE
*2
Print
ENTER
503e-120
Fig. 4.7-1
4.7.1
Summary of MODE menu
M[*0], MODE: Mode MA
M[0.0]
Chart speed
*0
Mode MA
MODE
ENTER
0.0
Chart feed
MODE
ENTER
8
20.0mm/h
ENTER
503e-121
With a graphic recording (trend mode), the measured values are entered in a
value/time chart. The time scale is defined by setting the chart speed. Select
menu code number 0 to switch off the graphic recording.
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Tab. M1
Chart speed
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Meaning
----1.00
mm/h
1.25
mm/h
2.00
mm/h
2.50
mm/h
5.00
mm/h
10.0
mm/h
15.0
mm/h
20.0
mm/h
30.0
mm/h
40.0
mm/h
50.0
mm/h
60.0
mm/h
100
mm/h
120
mm/h
150
mm/h
180
mm/h
200
mm/h
240
mm/h
300
mm/h
600
mm/h
1200
mm/h
Remarks
No recording
Standard setting
Tab. M2
M[0.1]
Logging rate
With numeric recording, the measured values are output regularly in the form
of a table. You define the interval between the measured-value tables by setting
the logging rate.
Select menu code number 0 if the numeric recording is to be switched off.
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Tab. M2:
Logging rate
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Meaning
----2 min
5 min
10 min
15 min
30 min
1h
2h
3h
4h
6h
12 h
24 h
Remarks
Standard setting
Tab. M3
M[0.2]
Display
MODE
*0
Mode MA
ENTER
0.2
Display
MODE
ENTER
0
digital(1)
ENTER
503e-123
You can use this setting to determine the form in which the measured values
are to be displayed. The values can be displayed in digital form with a
dimension or as an analog bargraph. Further details can be found in Section
5.1.
Tab. M3:
Display
Code number
0
Meaning
digital (1)
1
2
3
digital (2)
dig./analog (1)
dig./analog (3)
Remarks
Standard setting
See Fig. 5.1-1
See Fig. 5.1-2
See Fig. 5.1-5
See Fig. 5.1-6
Tab. M4
M[0.3]
Dot sequence
*0
Mode MA
MODE
ENTER
MODE
0.3
Dot sequence
ENTER
1
3s
ENTER
503e-124
During measuring and recording mode, the recording system alternates
cyclically between movement phases and idling/display phases.
The measured values and accompanying information collected during the last
idling/display phase are recorded in the movement phase. The recording head
does not move in the idling phase if a dot sequence has not been selected. If a
dot sequence has been selected, the recorder responds in a manner similar to a
conventional multipoint recorder. The recording head follows the measuredvalue display synchronously in this mode in that it cyclically moves to the
position of the displayed value. The recording head is rotated to the color of the
displayed channel during this process. The dot sequence is then the time
between the change from one channel to the next.
The displayed value is updated every 3 s if a dot sequence of 6 s or 12 s is
selected, but only when the channel is changed if 3 s or 4 s is selected.
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With a dot sequence OFF, the displayed measured value is updated every
second.
Tab. M4:
Dot sequence
Code number
0
1
Meaning
OFF
3s
2
3
4
4s
6s
12 s
Remarks
Standard setting
Updating of measured
value only when
channel is changed
Updating of measured
value every 3 s
Tab. M5
M[0.4]
Recording threshold
*0
Mode MA
MODE
ENTER
MODE
0.4
Rec. threshold
ENTER
4
5%
ENTER
503e-125
The recording threshold is specified as a percentage change in signal referred
to the recording width of the paper (100 mm or 210 mm). Select OFF if you do
not wish to shorten the idling phase depending on the signal.
Select “0 %“ if the idling phase is always to be shortened to the duration of one
recording cycle.
The recording sequence of the instrument is divided into the idling/display and
movement phases.
In the movement phases, the values measured and stored since the last
movement phase as well as all accompanying information are recorded on
paper for all channels selected for recording. No printing is carried out in the
idling phase. The paper is shifted forward by a few mm to permit better
readability. The measured-value acquisition continues, however. The acquired
values are stored in the measured-value buffer.
The following criteria apply to the transition from the idling phase to the
movement phase:
q
q
q
The idling phase time has expired
or accompanying information to the logged is present
or if the change in signal for a recording channel is greater than the
recording threshold.
A new recording phase is started in these cases.
The idling phase time depends on the set chart speed (Tab. M1). Slightly
different times apply if the dot sequence is selected.
In order to be able to view the signal curves faster on the chart when there is a
change in the signal, you can shorten the idling phase depending on the signal
by setting a recording threshold.
The idling phase is aborted prematurely as soon as the current recording cycle
has been terminated if the difference during the idling phase between the last
recorded measured value of a channel and the measured values which have
been acquired in the meantime is greater than the above-selected threshold.
The recording cycle is the time within which the acquired measured values of a
channel are combined into a MIN/MAX pair. If a chart step of 0.06 mm
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(standard) has been set in the menu "Chart" (Section 4.8.4), the recording cycle
corresponds to the time for one chart step (Table 4.7-1).
Since the idling phase with chart speeds of 5 mm/h is only one recording cycle
long anyway (Table 4.7-1), the idling phase cannot be shortened dependent on
the signal in this case.
The shorter the idling phases, the more the recording system must be moved in
total. If the threshold is selected such that the idling phase is frequently
shortened, the recording system must work more and the service life of the
mechanics is shortened. The threshold should therefore be selected such that it
is not continuously violated.
Tab. M5:
Recording threshold
Code number
Meaning
Remarks
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
OFF
0%
1%
2%
5%
10%
20%
50%
100%
Standard setting
Table 4.7-1
Chart
speed
[mm/h]
1
1.25
2
2.5
5
10
15
20
30
40
50
60
100
120
150
180
200
240
300
600
1200
72
Shortening of idling phases dependent on signal
Idling time without abort
Max. time from violation of
(chart step 0.06 mm)
recording threshold up to
abort of idling phase
(chart step 0.06 mm)
[s]
216.0
172.8
108.0
86.4
86.4
64.8
72.0
54.0
57.6
54.0
13.0
14.4
15.1
14.4
14.4
13.2
13.0
13.5
14.4
16.2
7.9
[s]
216.0
172.8
108.0
86.4
43.2
21.6
14.4
10.8
7.2
5.4
4.3
3.6
2.2
1.8
1.4
1.2
1.1
0.9
0.7
0.4
0.2
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4.7.2
M[*1], MODE: Mode MB
M[*1]
Mode MB
*1
Mode MB
MODE
ENTER
MODE
ENTER
ENTER
503e-126
The functions correspond to those of mode MA.
4.7.3
M[*2], MODE: Print
M[2.0]
Measured values
*2
Print
MODE
ENTER
MODE
2.0
Measured values
ENTER
503e-127
A measured-value table is printed out independent of the set logging rate.
M[2.1]
Mode MA/MB
*2
Print
MODE
ENTER
2.1
Mode MA/MB
MODE
ENTER
503e-128
The mode settings MA and MB are printed out.
Note
It is not possible to program further until printing out has been terminated. You
can abort the printout using the EXIT key.
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4.8
Purpose
PROG Menu
The PROG menu is divided into several levels and is used to program the
recorder. The programmed data are stored in a non-volatile memory
(EEPROM) so that they are retained even if the power supply fails.
When programming for the first time, the complete recorder is assigned
standard settings. The standard programming is matched to the recorder
configuration.
This basic status is reestablished when initializing (Section 4.8.12).
Fig. 4.8-1, Parts 1 to 4, provides a summary of the PROG menu. The individual
functions are explained in detail in the following subsections.
Operation
Press the PROG key in order to carry out programming. The first element of
the PROG menu appears on the display.
Select an element from the PROG menu according to the modification to be
carried out in the recorder programming. In order to store inputs, press the
EXIT key in the respective submenu.
The modifications are logged if the printout has not been switched off. You
return to the PROG menu at the same time. Further programming is not
possible until printing of the program has been terminated. You remain in the
PROG menu. Printing can be aborted using the EXIT key.
Programming is switched off if you press the PROG key again. Printing is
aborted at the same time.
The functions of the PROG menu can also be accessed via the PC interface.
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Section 4.8.1
Tab. P1
Tab. P2
Section 4.8.2
Tab. P2
Tab. P2
Tab. P2
Tab. P2
Tab. P2
Section 4.8.3
Tab. P3
Tab. P4
Tab. P6, Tab. P7
Tab. P10
Tab. P10
Tab. P11
Tab. P12
Tab. P13
Tab. P14
Tab. P15
Fig. 4.8-1
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Tab. P16
Section 4.8.4
Tab. P17
Tab. P18
Tab. P19
Tab. P20
Tab. P21
Tab. P22
Tab. P23
Tab. P24
Tab. P25
Tab. P26
Tab. P27
Tab. P28
Section 4.8.5
Tab. P29
Tab. P30
Tab. P31
Tab. P32
Section 4.8.6
Tab. P33
Tab. P34
Fig. 4.8-2
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Section 4.8.7
Tab. P35
Tab. P36
Section 4.8.8
Tab. P37
Tab. P38
Tab. P39
Tab. P40
Tab. P41
Tab. P42
Tab. P43
Tab. P44
Section 4.8.9
Fig. 4.8-3
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Operation
1-6
PROG
*9
Dig. IN/OUT
ENTER
Output DO1
ENTER
ENTER
PROG
10.0
Parameters
ENTER
10.1
Text
PROG
ENTER
10.2
Function
PROG
ENTER
Section 4.8.10
PROG
*10
Copy
Section 4.8.11
PROG
*11
Initialization
ENTER
Section 4.8.12
PROG
*12
Print
Section 4.8.13
ENTER
PROG
11.0
START table
ENTER
11.1
Parameters
PROG
ENTER
11.2
Chart
PROG
ENTER
11.3
Text
PROG
ENTER
11.4
Function
PROG
ENTER
11.5
PROG
Term T1-T24
ENTER
11.6
PROG
Configuration
ENTER
11.7
Interface
PROG
ENTER
11.8
PROG
Dig. IN/OUT
ENTER
PROG
12.0
START table
ENTER
12.1
Parameters
PROG
ENTER
12.2
Chart
PROG
ENTER
12.3
Text
PROG
ENTER
12.4
Function
PROG
ENTER
12.5
Term
PROG
ENTER
12.6
PROG
Configuration
ENTER
12.7
Interface
PROG
ENTER
12.8
PROG
Dig. IN/OUT
ENTER
12.9
Channel ID
ENTER
PROG
Tab. P46
Tab. P47
503e-114
Fig. 4.8-4
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4.8.1
P[*0], PROG: Protocol Color
Tab. P1
Protocol color
*0
PROG
Protoc.:-----
ENTER
ENTER
2
Red
503e-061
All modifications to the recorder programming are usually logged with their
date and time. To permit uniform use of the recording head, you can select the
color in which the protocol is to be printed. Switch logging off (the menu
element: "-----" appears in the display) if you do not wish to interrupt the
recording of important signals.
Tab. P1:
Protocol color
4.8.2
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Meaning
----Violet
Red
Black
Green
Blue
Brown
Remarks
Standard setting
P[*1], PROG: START Table
During the measurement it is possible to automatically switch between two
programs and two operating modes - triggered by programmable conditions
(events).
When programming the START table, you define the switch-on and switch-off
conditions for recording mode as well as the condition for switching over the
operating mode and program. Press the EXIT key when you have terminated
the inputs in the START table. The modified START table is then stored, and
you return to the PROG menu, level 1.
The conditions are checked when you press the START key to start measuring
mode. All alarms are initially off. The program and operating mode are set
accordingly.
Tab. P2
P[1.0]
Trigger: START
P[1.1]
Trigger: STOP
PROG
*1
START table
ENTER
PROG
1.0
Trigger: START
PROG
1.1
Trigger: STOP
ENTER
ENTER
1
ON
2
Alarm 1
Tab. P2
#1
503e-062
Press the START key to switch on measuring mode. Recording mode only
commences when the condition set under "Trigger: START" has been fulfilled.
It is automatically terminated when the condition selected under "Trigger:
STOP" has been fulfilled.
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Select the condition "ON" in order to switch on recording together with
measuring mode using the START key.
ON: condition always fulfilled
OFF: condition never fulfilled
If you select a different condition, recording is started depending on an alarm
or programmable term.
First select the type of condition. In the next step, enter the associated channel
or term No.
Tab. P2:
Condition
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Meaning
OFF
ON
Alarm 1
/Alarm 1
Alarm 2
/Alarm 2
Term Tm
/Term Tm
Remarks
Standard setting
n = 1-12
n = 1-12
n = 1-12
n = 1-12
m = 1-24
m = 1-24
#n
#n
#n
#n
Tab. P2
P[1.2]
Trigger: Mode MA
P[1.3]
Trigger: Mode MB
PROG
*1
START table
ENTER
PROG
1.2
Trigger: Mode MA
PROG
1.3
Trigger: Mode MB
ENTER
ENTER
2
Alarm 1
#2
3
/Alarm 1 #1
503e-063
Tab. P2
Using these two settings you can determine the switchover conditions for the
operating modes MA and MB set using the MODE key. The setting is carried
out as described for "Trigger: START". If only one operating mode is to be
used for recording, switch this one on (condition "ON") and the other one off
(condition “OFF“).
The operating mode is not switched over if both trigger events occur
simultaneously. Mode MA is switched on if both trigger conditions are fulfilled
at the beginning of measurements. Mode MA is also switched on if neither of
the two trigger conditions is fulfilled when measuring mode is started.
Tab. P2
P[1.4]
Trigger: Prog. PA
P[1.5]
Trigger: Prog. PB
PROG
*1
START table
ENTER
PROG
1.4
Trigger: prog.PA
PROG
1.5
Trigger: prog.PB
ENTER
1
ON
ENTER
0
OFF
Tab. P2
503e-064
You can enter here when program PA or PB is to be used for the measurement.
The setting is made as described for "Trigger: START". If only one program is
to be used for measuring, switch this one on (condition: ON) and the other one
off (condition: OFF).
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Switching over is not carried out if both trigger conditions are fulfilled
simultaneously. Program PA is switched on if both trigger conditions are
fulfilled immediately after starting measuring mode. Program PA is also used
for the measurements if neither of the two trigger conditions is fulfilled.
4.8.3
P[*2], PROG: Parameters
Note
If physical values measured via transmitters are to be displayed and recorded,
you must first program the corresponding assignment between physical value
and associated electric signal under P[*5] PROG: Function (see also example
in Section 4.10).
Set all channel-specific operating variables when entering the parameters. You
can store two separate measuring programs, each of which contains the
complete parameter settings of all channels. The programs are identified by PA
and PB. You can use the program PB e.g. to switch over parameters dependent
on events. To do this, first generate the program PA for normal mode.
Subsequently copy the program to PB (Section 4.8.11) and modify it
accordingly for the alarm case. Specify which program is to be used for the
measurement, and when, in the START table (Section 4.8.2).
First select the program to be modified. If the recorder is parameterized for the
first time, the two programs are automatically matched to the configuration of
the terminal units.
Parameterization is carried out channel by channel. The sequence of parameter
inputs is optional. Select the parameter to be changed using the INC/DEC key
or the decimal keyboard, and press the ENTER key. The current value of the
parameter appears on the display and can then be changed. The next menu
element of the parameter submenu appears following input of the parameter.
Press the EXIT key to store the parameter settings and to return to the PROG
main menu.
P[2.0]
Channel #
1=Program PB
*2
Parameters
PROG
ENTER
ENTER
0
Program PA
2.0
PA
Channel
PROG
PROG
#1
ENTER
2.0
PA
Channel
PROG
#1
Tab. P3
ENTER
503e-065
Here you can select the number of the channel you wish to parameterize. The
channel No. appears in the further elements of the parameter submenu. It is
identified by the symbol "#", e.g. #4.
Channels #1 to #6 have fixed assignments to the analog inputs.
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The inputs of channels #7 to #12 can be programmed. Either one of the digital
inputs DI1 to DI4 can be assigned, or the mains frequency, or the terminal
temperature, term T1 to T24 or function F7 to F12.
Tab. P3 shows the assignment.
Tab. P3:
Channel
P[2.1]
Condition
Channel
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6
#7 to #12
Remarks
Fixed assignment to channel No. 1
Fixed assignment to channel No. 2
Fixed assignment to channel No. 3
Fixed assignment to channel No. 4
Fixed assignment to channel No. 5
Fixed assignment to channel No. 6
Programmable: term T1 to T24, DI1 to DI4, mains frequency,
terminal temperature, function F7 to F12
1=Program PB
*2
Parameters
PROG
ENTER
0
Program PA
PROG
0=OFF
1-6 *)
ENTER
2.1
#1
Condition
PROG
ENTER
1 Measuring
Tab. P4
ON
1=ON
ENTER
Tab. P5
0 Recording
OFF
*) #7 - #12 provide additional selection
possibilities for DI1-DI4, mains frequency and
terminal temperature in the following menu item
ENTER
ENTER
503e-066
This parameter consists of the measuring and recording conditions.
The measuring condition is used to switch the measured-value acquisition of
the channels on or off. With channels #7 to #12, you can additionally define the
source of the measured values (terms 1 to 24, DI1 to DI4, mains frequency,
terminal temperature or functions F7 to F12) by entering the measuring
condition.
The number of the input must be entered if the channel receives its measured
values via an input of the digital input/output.
You can use the recording condition to define whether the channel is to be
recorded, and when. The channel can be switched on or off for recording, but
can also be recorded depending on an alarm or a programmable term. To enter
the recording condition, first select an event and then enter the associated
channel or term No.
Tab. P4:
Measuring condition
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Code number
0
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
Meaning
OFF
ON
OFF
Term T1 (...T24)
Input DI1 (...DI4)
Mains frequency
Terminal temperature
Functions F7 to F12
Channel
#1 - #6
#1 - #6
#7 - #12
#7 - #12
#7 - #12
#7 - #12
#7 - #12
#7 - #12
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Tab. P5:
Recording condition
P[2.2]
Measuring range
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Meaning
Recording OFF
Recording ON
Alarm 1
#n
/Alarm 1
#n
Alarm 2
#n
/Alarm 2
#n
Term Tm
/Term Tm
Remarks
Standard setting
n = 1-12
n = 1-12
n = 1-12
n = 1-12
m = 1-24
m = 1-24
1=Program PB
*2
Parameters
PROG
ENTER
0
Program PA
PROG
Tab. P6
ENTER
2.2
#1
PROG
Measuring range
ENTER
ENTER
0
DC -10/+60mV
503e-067
Programming is carried out differently for the analog and digital channels.
Analog channels
Tab. P6:
Measuring ranges
(channels 1-6)
You must observe the jumper settings (Fig. 3.6-2) in the case of the analog
channels, and specify the desired measuring range from Tab. P6 accordingly
(see also note at start of this chapter).
Code number
0
1
2
3
°C
K
4
14
5
15
6
16
7
17
8
18
9
19
10
20
11
21
12
22
13
23
24
Meaning
-10 to +60 mV
-0.1 to +1 V
-1 to +10 V
-4 to +20 mA
°C/K
J(Fe-CuNi)
°C/K
L(Fe-CuNi)
°C/K
T(Cu-CuNi)
°C/K
U(Cu-CuNi)
°C/K
K(NICr-Ni)
°C/K
N(NiCrSi-NiSi)
°C/K
E(NiCr-CuNi)
°C/K
S(Pt10Rh-Pt)
°C/K
R(Pt13Rh-Pt)
°C/K
B(Pt30Rh-Pt6Rh)
Function Fn
Remarks
DC U/TC
DC U
DC U
DC I
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
n = 1-12
If you have selected a thermocouple from Tab. P6, a further menu appears for
defining the temperature compensation.
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Tab. P7:
Temperature
compensation
Code number
0
1
2
Meaning
Ref. internal
Ref. temp.
+40.000 °C
Ref. channel
#1
Remarks
-50 ... +150 °C
#1 to #6
If you have selected the function Fn from Tab. P6, a further menu appears for
definition of the graphic representation of the measured values.
Tab. P8:
Y-linear,
X-linear
Code number
0
1
Meaning
Remarks
Y-linear
X-linear
\
1XPHULF
RXWSXW
P$
O
D
LQ
P
U
H
W
W
X
S
,Q
Output
signal
RU
\
[
'LVSOD\
UHFRUGLQJ
*UDSKLF
Input
signal
[
XQLW
RXWSXW
y = f(x)
703e-m001d
Fig. 4.8-5
Case 1: block diagram for application of a function with
X-linear
\
1XPHULF
RXWSXW
P$
'LVSOD\
Output
signal
O
D
Q
L
RU
P
U
H
W
W
\
[
UHFRUGLQJ
X
S
Q
,
*UDSKLF
Input
signal
[
XQLW
RXWSXW
y = f(x)
703e-m001g
Fig. 4.8-6
Case 2: block diagram for application of a function with
Y-linear
Notes on Fig. 4.8-5 and Fig. 4.8-6:
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q
The numeric outputs on the display and recording are the same in both
cases.
q
In case 1, the signal -4 ... 20 mA is recorded directly.
q
In case 2, the signal converted by the computing rule is recorded.
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Digital channels
In the case of the digital channels, you define the measuring range as a
maximum numeric range of measured values from a list of values (Tab. P9).
Subsequently enter up to 5 characters as the dimension.
1=Program PB
*2
Parameters
PROG
ENTER
0
Program PA
PROG
Tab. P9
ENTER
2.2
#7
PROG
Measuring range
ENTER
ENTER
2
0.0000/+100.00
1
Hz
Editing
ENTER
503e-069
Example
You wish to measure the mains frequency on channel #7: first select the
measuring range, then code number 2, and then enter "Hz" as the dimension.
Note
When changing the measuring range, the recording range (left/right value) is
automatically expanded to the complete measuring range for both the analog
and digital channels. The alarms are adapted according to their setting.
The other parameters remain uninfluenced if you only change the type of
connection or the temperature compensation.
Tab. P9:
Measuring ranges
for digital channels
(channels 7-12)
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Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Meaning
0.0000 /
+1.0000
0.0000 /
+10.000
0.0000 /
+100.00
0.0000 /
+1000.0
0.0000 /
+10000.
0.0000 /
+100000
0.0000 /
+999999
-1.0000 /
+1.0000
-10.000 /
+10.000
-100.00 /
+100.00
-1000.0 /
+1000.0
-10000. /
+10000.
-100000 /
+100000
-499999 /
+499999
-3.0E+38/
+3.0E+38
Remarks
See example above.
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Operation
P[2.3]
Left value
P[2.4]
Right value
You can use these two parameters to define the range for graphic recording
(trend mode). You define the section of the range to be recorded (zooming) as
well as its position on the chart (zoning).
The input is carried out separately for the start-of-scale and full-scale values of
the recording range. The position on the chart is output in each case in the top
line of the display. It is entered as an integral percentage value. The associated
measured value is entered in the bottom line. The expansion factor which can
be achieved in this manner is not limited. Refer to the technical data in Section
7 for the max. resolution in each case.
The exponent is entered by pressing the "SHIFT" key.
P[2.5]
Alarm 1
P[2.6]
Alarm 2
Tab. P10
Tab. P10
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You can optionally program two alarms for each channel as a lower limit
(MIN) or upper limit (MAX). An alarm can be defined as a static alarm
(threshold value) or dynamic alarm (rate of change).
The dynamic alarm describes the minimum or maximum change in measured
value within a period of 1 second. The magnitude of the entered alarm value
defines the permissible change in the measured value, the sign defines the
direction of the change.
If the MIN alarm is fallen below or the MAX alarm exceeded when measuring,
an alarm marking is drawn on the chart to identify this.
An alarm is entered in two steps. First select the operating mode of the alarm,
e.g. static MIN alarm (Tab. P10). Then enter the corresponding measured
value.
With static alarms, the alarm value must be within the measuring range. With
dynamic alarms, the magnitude of the alarm value must not be larger than the
span, i.e. the difference between the start-of-scale and full-scale values of the
measuring range.
You can process the alarms externally using the option "Digital input/output".
Tab. P10:
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
Meaning
OFF
MIN (stat.)
MAX (stat.)
MIN (dyn.)
MAX (dyn.)
Remarks
Standard setting
1=Program PB
*2
Parameters
P[2.7]
Hysteresis
PROG
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
0
Program PA
PROG
2.0 PA
Channel
PROG
ENTER
#1
2.7
#7
Hysteresis
PROG
ENTER
2.0 PA
Channel
6
1.00%
Tab. P11
PROG
#7
ENTER
503e-072
The hysteresis must be defined for alarm signaling and for trend marking with
a numeric recording. It is interpreted as a percentage referred to the measuring
range. With static alarms, the hysteresis defines the difference in measured
values between switching on and off of the alarm. With dynamic alarms, it
defines the difference in the change in measured values between switching on
and off of the alarm. With the trend marking, the hysteresis defines the smallest
measured-value deviation which can be marked.
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Tab. P11:
Hysteresis
P[2.8]
Damping
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Meaning
0.01 %
0.02 %
0.05 %
0.10 %
0.20 %
0.50 %
1.00 %
2.00 %
5.00 %
Remarks
Standard setting
1=Program PB
*2
Parameters
PROG
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
0
Program PA
PROG
2.0 PA
Channel
PROG
ENTER
#1
2.8
#7
Damping
PROG
ENTER
2.0 PA
Channel
PROG
#7
ENTER
Damping
0 s
503e-073
st
The damping defines the time constant of a 1 order low-pass used to filter the
signal applied to the input terminals of the recorder. The output signal of the
low-pass follows an exponential function with a jump in signal at the input.
The time constant defines how long it takes until the output signal has reached
63.2 % of the stationary end value. Set 0 s (standard setting) for output of
unfiltered measured values. The maximum value which can be set is 120 s.
P[2.9]
Rounding
1=Program PB
*2
Parameters
PROG
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
0
Program PA
PROG
2.0 PA
Channel
PROG
2.9
#7
Rounding
ENTER
#1
PROG
ENTER
2.0 PA
Channel
3
0.001
Tab. P12
PROG
#7
ENTER
503e-074
Rounding describes the number format of the channel for the numeric
measured-value display. The number of decimal places corresponding to the set
rounding are generated for the numeric measured-value display and the
numeric recording. If your measured value is to be rounded to two decimal
places, select 0.01 for the rounding. Decimal places which exceed the
maximum representation of 7 digits (including sign and decimal point) are
truncated.
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Tab. P12:
Rounding
P[2.10]
Color
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Meaning
1
0.1
0.01
0.001
0.0001
9E+38
9.9E+38
9.99E+38
9.999E+38
9.9999E+38
Remarks
Standard setting
1=Program PB
*2
Parameters
PROG
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
0
Program PA
PROG
2.0 PA
Channel
PROG
2.10
Color
ENTER
#1
#7
PROG
ENTER
2.0 PA
Channel
PROG
#7
ENTER
3
Green
503e-075
Tab. P13
Here you can select the color of the curve on the chart.
Tab. P13:
Color
P[2.11]
Text No.
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
Meaning
Violet
Red
Black
Green
Blue
Brown
Standard settings
#1, #7
#2, #8
#3, #9
#4, #10
#5, #11
#6, #12
1=Program PB
*2
Parameters
PROG
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
0
Program PA
PROG
2.0 PA
Channel
PROG
2.11
#7
Text No.
ENTER
#1
PROG
ENTER
2.0 PA
Channel
1
Text
PROG
#7
ENTER
7
Tab. P14
503e-076
You can use this parameter to define the assignment between channel No. and
channel text No. The first input step is to switch the text output for the channel
off or on. The number of the channel text to be assigned to the channel is
subsequently entered.
This parameter is effective if the channel texts are not to be output sorted
according to text numbers but according to their assignment to the channels. It
applies to output of the measuring-point label (Section 4.8.13) and to the
graphic recording. Programming of the channel texts is described in
Section 4.8.5.
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Tab. P14:
Text
Code number
0
1
Meaning
OFF
Text
1
Remarks
Standard setting
1-12
Tab. P15:
Scales
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Meaning
Automatic
Scale 1
Scale 2
Scale 3
Scale 4
Scale 5
Scale 6
Scale 7
Scale 8
Scale 9
Scale 10
Scale 11
Scale 12
Remarks
Standard setting
4.8.4
P[*3], PROG: Chart
When programming the chart, you define all channel-independent settings for
the chart format.
Press the EXIT key in the chart submenu to store the chart settings. You then
return to the PROG main menu.
P[3.0]
Scale output
*3
Chart
PROG
ENTER
PROG
3.0
Scale output
ENTER
2
automatical
503e-078
You can print the parameterized recording ranges in the form of scales. The
scale can be output manually or automatically during
mode. With a
Tab.measuring
P16
manual output, you trigger the printout using the SCALE key. However, the
SCALE key is also used during measuring mode to display the recording range.
Switch the scale output off if a scale is not to printed.
The scales are printed cyclically if automatic scale output is selected. The
scales of all recorded channels are output at intervals of approx. 10 cm each in
ascending order.
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Tab. P16
Scale output
Code number
0
1
2
Meaning
OFF
manual
automatic
Remarks
Standard setting
Tab. P17
P[3.1]
Channel marking
*3
Chart
PROG
ENTER
PROG
3.1
Channel marking
ENTER
2
Channel + value
503e-079
The channel marking setting is used to define how the curves are identified in
the graphic recording.
The channel marking consists of the channel No. and possibly the associated
measured value (numeric) or the channel text. If you select "Graphic" a small
“o“ is written in the center at a vertical distance of approx. 15 mm above the
curve for channels #7 to #12. Channels #1 to #6 are not assigned a channel
marking in this case.
Tab. P17:
Channel marking
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
Meaning
OFF
Channel
Channel + value
Channel + text
graphical
Remarks
Standard setting
Tab. P18
P[3.2]
Alarm marking
*3
Chart
PROG
ENTER
PROG
3.2
Alarm marking
ENTER
2
Alarm + time
503e-080
This is used to set the form in which the single alarm is to be made on the
chart. The alarm consists of the alarm symbol with channel No. and possibly
the time or channel text.
Tab. P18:
Alarm marking
Code number
0
1
2
3
Meaning
OFF
Alarm
Alarm + time
Alarm + text
Remarks
Standard setting
Tab. P19
P[3.3]
Time marking
*3
Chart
PROG
ENTER
PROG
3.3
Time marking
ENTER
1
ON
503e-081
The recorder automatically prints the time lines when using normal paper.
However, if you use paper with printed time lines, you can switch off the
automatic printing of these.
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Tab. P19:
Time marking
Code number
0
1
Meaning
OFF
ON
Remarks
Standard setting
Tab. P20
P[3.4]
Interpolation
*3
Chart
PROG
ENTER
PROG
3.4
Interpolation
ENTER
1
ON
503e-082
The interpolation (linear connection of points) can be switched on or off for the
graphic recording.
With the interpolation switched on, the maximum values occurring during a
recording cycle are joined by a line. A continuous curve results as is usual for a
recorder.
The maximum values are not connected if the interpolation is switched off.
Tab. P20:
Interpolation
Code number
0
1
Meaning
OFF
ON
Remarks
Standard setting
Tab. P21
P[3.5]
Chart step
*3
Chart
PROG
ENTER
3.5
Chart step
PROG
ENTER
0
0.06 mm
503e-083
You can enter the chart step to define the minimum distance between two
MIN/MAX lines (Section 5.2, Graphic Recording). You can then reduce the
consumption of ink with unsteady signals.
It should be noted particularly with small chart speeds that selection of the
chart steps has an influence on the length of the idling phases and on the
response time when the recording threshold is violated (Section 4.7).
Tab. P21:
Chart step
92
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Meaning
0.06 mm
0.12 mm
0.18 mm
0.24 mm
0.30 mm
0.36 mm
0.42 mm
0.48 mm
0.54 mm
0.60 mm
Remarks
Standard setting
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Tab. P22
P[3.6]
START/STOP text
*3
Chart
PROG
ENTER
PROG
3.6
START/STOP text
ENTER
0
ON
503e-084
You can use this input to switch on or suppress the printing of the START and
STOP lines. The following events are no longer printed if you switch off
printing:
q Start recording
q Stop recording
q Program switchover
q Mode switchover
q Reprogramming (except parameter printout)
q Time jump in chart of more than +/- 10 s
Tab. P22:
START/STOP text
Code number
0
1
Meaning
ON
OFF
Remarks
Standard setting
Tab. P23
P[3.7]
Grid
*3
Chart
PROG
ENTER
3.7
Grid
PROG
ENTER
0
OFF
503e-167
If a grid is not present on your chart paper, the parameter "Chart, Grid" can be
used to generate a grid on the chart with a division from 1 to 10.
Tab. P23
Chart Grid:
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Meaning
OFF
Division 1
Division 2
Division 3
Division 4
Division 5
Division 6
Division 7
Division 8
Division 9
Division 10
Remarks
Standard setting
+
1
+
+ 1 + 2
+
+ 1 + 2 + 3 +
+1+2 +3+4 +
See Fig. 5.3-2
See Fig. 5.3-2
See Fig. 5.3-2
See Fig. 5.3-2
See Fig. 5.3-2
See Fig. 5.3-2
Tab. P24
P[3.8]
Error report
*3
Chart
PROG
ENTER
PROG
3.8
Error message
ENTER
0
OFF
503e-180
You can use this to set whether error messages are only to be output on the
display or are also to be logged on the chart.
Tab. P24:
Error report
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Code number
0
1
Meaning
OFF
ON
Remarks
Standard setting
93
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Tab. P25
P[3.9]
Interval marker
Tab. P25:
Interval marker
Code number
0
1
Meaning
OFF
ON
Remarks
Standard setting
Meaning
OFF
Terms T1-T24
Remarks
Standard setting
Meaning
OFF
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Remarks
Standard setting
P[3.10]
Event report
Tab. P26
Tab. P26:
Event report
Code number
0
1
P[3.11]
Weekly report
Tab. P27
Tab. P27:
Weekly report
94
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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P[3.12]
Monthly report
Tab. P28
Tab. P28:
Monthly report
4.8.5
Code number
0
1
Meaning
OFF
ON
Remarks
Standard setting
P[*4], PROG: Text
It is possible to program various texts to permit easier evaluation and
documentation of the results. You can program 12 different channel texts, 12
event texts and an instrument text.
When programming texts, first enter the number of the text to be processed.
The text No. defines the type of text at the same time.
Instrument text: Text No. 0 (max. 16 characters)
The instrument text is used for application-specific instrument identification,
e.g. to permit easier differentiation between several recorders in a large test
setup. The instrument text is displayed when the instrument is the maintenance
status, i.e. the STATUS, TEST, MODE, PROG and START keys are not
pressed.
The text is stored by acknowledging with the EXIT key.
Channel texts: Text No. 1 to 12 (max. 16 characters)
These texts are used to describe the individual channels in more detail, e.g. in
the form of special measuring-point designations. The channel texts can be
printed on the chart during the graphic recording. In addition, they can also be
printed in tabular form as a measuring-point label (Section 4.8.13).
You assign which text belongs to which channel when parameterizing (cf.
Section 4.8.3: Parameter/Text No.).
Press the EXIT key to store.
Event texts: Text No. 13 to 24 (max. 53 characters)
You can program various general texts, e.g. as information for the operators.
These texts are printed on the chart depending on the events.
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P[4.0]
Instrument, channel,
event texts
0-24
*4
Text
PROG
ENTER
Text
ENTER
0
0-12
13-24
ENTER
PROG
4.0
Editing
1
Editing
1
Editing
ENTER
ENTER
503e-085
Following input of an event text No., the first menu element of the text
submenu appears on the display. Select the menu element “Editing“ to enter
text.
This input step is omitted with the instrument text or the channel texts. You are
automatically in editing mode in these cases since no other inputs are necessary
with these texts. Editing is carried out as described in Section 4.5.4.
Editing mode is terminated if you press the ENTER key during the text input.
You access the text submenu when processing the event texts. To store, press
the EXIT key.
The other texts are stored immediately, and a return made to the PROG main
menu.
P[4.1]
Condition
*4
Text
PROG
ENTER
Text
0
13-24
4.1
Condition
PROG
ENTER
ENTER
1
ON
ENTER
503e-086
Here you select the event which is to result in printing of the text on the chart.
Select the condition ON in order to print the text immediately when measuring
mode is started. The text can also be printed depending on an alarm or a
programmed term. The associated channel or term No. (Tab. P29) must then be
entered.
Tab. P29:
Condition #13-#24
96
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Meaning
OFF
ON
Alarm 1
/Alarm 1
Alarm 2
/Alarm 2
Term T1
/Term T1
Remarks
#1
#1
#1
#1
Standard setting
(... #12)
(... #12)
(... #12)
(... #12)
(... T24)
(... T24)
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P[4.2]
Color
*4
Text
PROG
ENTER
Text
0
4.2
Color
13-24
ENTER
Tab. P30
ENTER
PROG
3
Green
ENTER
503e-087
This defines the color (Tab. P30) in which the text is to be printed on the chart.
Tab. P30:
Text
Color
P[4.3]
Information
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
*4
Text
PROG
Meaning
Violet
Red
Black
Green
Blue
Brown
ENTER
Text
0
13-24
Remarks
Standard setting
ENTER
Tab. P31
ENTER
4.3
PROG
Information
2
Date/time
ENTER
503e-088
Here you can select whether the event text is to be preceded by the time or the
date and time.
Tab. P31:
Text
Information
P[4.4]
Feed
Code number
0
1
2
*4
Text
PROG
Meaning
OFF
Time
Date / time
ENTER
Text
4.4
Feed
0
13-24
Remarks
Standard setting
ENTER
Tab. P32
PROG
ENTER
5
50 mm
ENTER
503e-089
If you do not select a feed, the event text is printed on the chart without the
chart being interrupted. If you select a feed, a corresponding gap is inserted
into the chart and the event text printed approx. 5 mm before the end of the
gap.
Tab. P32:
Text
Feed
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Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Meaning
OFF
10 mm
20 mm
30 mm
40 mm
50 mm
60 mm
70 mm
80 mm
90 mm
100 mm
Remarks
Standard setting
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4.8.6
P[*5], PROG: Functions
The six programmable functions F1 to F6 can be used to implement additional
linearization functions (see also /1/: "Supplement to Instruction Manual,
Section 2.3).
A function describes the assignment between the input variable x (signal range)
applied to the recorder terminals and the output variable y (measuring range):
y = f(x)
The input variable is an electric variable, the output variable can be any
physical variable (e.g. pressure).
Functions are defined in the form of pairs of values (turning points). The pairs
of values at the borders define the range of the output variable y.
When programming a function, first enter the number of the function to be
processed.
To store the function, press the EXIT key in the submenu. The function is then
stored, and a return made to the PROG main menu.
P[5.0]
x-range
Tab. P33
By selecting the x-range you define the measuring range for the input
variable x.
Tab. P33:
Function
x-range
P[5.1],
y-reference
Code number
0
1
2
3
Meaning
-10 to +60 mV
-0.1 to +1 V
-1 to +10 V
-4 to +20 mA
Remarks
DC U/TC
DC U
DC U
DC I
1-6
*5
Function
PROG
ENTER
Function
F1
PROG
5.1
F1
y reference
ENTER
Tab. P34
ENTER
1
T/ C
ENTER
<TC>
503e-091
Switch the y-reference off (Tab. P34) in the case of functions which do not
represent temperature linearization. In the case of linearization of
thermocouples, select the y-reference identified by "<TC>". "-10/+60 mV"
must be set in this case as the x-range. Subsequently parameterize the
temperature compensation as with the standard thermocouples.
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Tab. P34:
Function
y-reference
P[5.2]
y-dimension
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
Meaning
----<TC>
T/°C
T/°C
T/K
<TC>
T/K
Remarks
Standard setting
Temperature in °C
Temperature in °C
Temperature in K
Temperature in K
1-6
*5
Function
PROG
ENTER
Function
5.2
F1
y suffix
F1
PROG
ENTER
ENTER
1
l/s
Editing
ENTER
503e-092
You can enter up to five alphanumeric characters as the dimension for the yvalue of the function. Section 4.5.4 describes the input of non-numeric
characters (letters and special characters). Press the ENTER key to terminate
input of the dimension.
P[5.3]
x|y values
By entering the pairs of values you specify the definition range (x-values) and
the range of values (y-values) of the function. The function y = f(x) is defined
by at least two pairs of values and a maximum of 50 pairs. The function must
be biunique (reversible and unambiguous), i.e. only one y-value may be
assigned to each x-value, and only one x-value may also be assigned to each yvalue. The exponent is entered using the "Shift" key.
The pairs of values can be entered with any interval between the x-values. It is
then possible to achieve optimum adaptation to the actual curve using only a
few pairs of values. The sequence when entering the pairs of values is optional
since the function is sorted according to increasing x-values when stored. Thus
pairs of values can also be appended to existing functions. A pair of values is
displayed together with its No. and the associated x/y-values.
The associated No. must be entered before a pair of values can be entered or
corrected. The No. appears in the top line of the display and is set using the
numeric keyboard or the INC/DEC keys.
New pairs of values are always appended to the function without gaps. Thus
the number of the last pair of values plus 1 must be entered for a new pair of
values. You can view the number of the last pair of values by scrolling through
the previously entered table of values using the INC/DEC keys.
In order to delete a pair of values, select the No. using the INC/DEC keys,
delete using the CLEAR key, and then press ENTER. The subsequent pairs of
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values are all shifted forwards by one number; the table of values is reduced by
one pair.
Following input of the No., the cursor is positioned to the x-value. Enter the xvalue using the numeric keypad. At the end of the input, check whether the
function is still unambiguous, i.e. that the entered x-value does not yet exist. An
input error has been made if the x-value already exists. The display flashes, and
the input must be corrected.
Finally enter the y-value. A switch is made to the next pair of values when the
input has been finished. In order to enter several pairs in succession, only
acknowledge the new No. using ENTER and then immediately enter the next
x- and y-values.
You terminate the input of pairs of values by pressing the EXIT key and then
return to the submenu.
Practical information on the programming of a function can be found in
Section 4.10, Example 2.
4.8.7
P[*6], PROG: Term
A term is a logical expression in which one or two operands are processed
according to the rules of Boolean algebra. A term becomes active as soon as its
result attains the logical value "1". The operands are the various event sources
of the recorder, such as:
q
q
q
q
q
q
Single alarm
Common alarms
Time marks
Inputs of the digital input/outputs DI1 to DI4 (option)
Terms
The logic constants "1" ON (always active) or "0" OFF
(always passive).
The programmable terms permit the event-dependent resolution of an internal
on, off or switchover procedure:
q
q
q
q
100
Start or stop of recording mode
Switching over of operating mode or program
Conditional recording of a channel
Output of event texts
Section 4.8.2
Section 4.8.2
Section 4.8.3
Section 4.8.5
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P[6.0]
Term No.
Here you can select the term you wish to program. The term No.
(1 to 24) appears in the further elements of the submenu. It is always identified
by the symbol "T", e.g. T4.
Tab. P35
P[6.1]
Operation
*6
Term
PROG
ENTER
6.1
T1
Operation
PROG
ENTER
ENTER
0
X1
503e-095
With the logic operation (Tab. P35) you determine whether the result of the
term is to be generated from one or two operands. The following truth tables
show how the operation influences the result of the term.
Tab. P35:
Operation
Code number
0
1
2
3
Truth table 1
(without negation)
Operand
X1
X2
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
Truth table 2
(with negation)
Operand
X1
X2
OFF OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
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X1
(X1 AND X2)
(X1 OR X2)
(X1 XOR X2)
(X1 AND X2)
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
/X1
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Remarks
Standard setting
AND function
OR function
Excl. OR function
Logic operation
(X1 OR X2)
OFF
ON
ON
ON
Logic operation
/X2 /(X1 AND X2) /(X1 OR X2)
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
(X1 XOR X2)
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
/(X1 XOR X2)
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
101
Operation
Tab. P36
P[6.2], P[6.3]
Operand X1, X2
*6
Term
PROG
ENTER
6.2
T1
Operand X1
PROG
6.3
T1
Operand X2
PROG
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
2
Alarm 1
#1
4
Alarm 2
#1
ENTER
503e-096
Here you determine the operands which are to be linked according to the logic
operation. The operands are identified by X1 and X2. The available operands
are shown in Tab. P36. When entering the operands, you first determine the
operand type in each case from a list of values. A further input is required
depending on the operand type:
q
q
q
q
q
q
Alarm:
Term:
Time mark:
Input:
REM alarm:
Break:
Channel No.
Term No.
Number of time mark
Number of input of digital input/output
Number of REM alarm (PC interface)
Channel No. (open-circuit).
You can now program the next term by entering a new term No.
Press the EXIT key to terminate programming of the terms. The terms are then
stored, and the modifications printed out. A return is then made to the PROG
main menu.
Example
Term 3 is to be active if alarm 1 of channel 3 is active and the signal at input
DI1 is "High" (both conditions are logical "1"):
Term No.:
Logic operation:
Operand X1:
Operand X2:
Timer
102
3
X1 AND X2
Alarm 1: #3
Input DI1
0 h 0 min
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Tab. P36:
Operand
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Meaning
OFF
ON
Alarm 1
#1
/Alarm 1
#1
Alarm 2
#1
/Alarm 2
#1
Term T1
/Term T1
Σ alarm1
/Σ alarm1
Σ alarm2
/Σ alarm2
Time mark t1
/Time mark t1
Input DI1
/Input DI1
SYNC output
Break ( )
19
*6
Term
(...#12)
(...#12)
(...#12)
(...#12)
(...T24)
(...T24)
(...t4)
(...t4)
(...DI4)
(...DI4)
(...#6)
#1
Σ break ( )
Error message
18
P[6.4]
Timer
Remarks
Standard setting
PROG
ENTER
6.4
T1
Timer
PROG
ENTER
Hold time
0 h 30min
ENTER
503e-115
You can use the timer to program a hold time for the term. Program the timer
to the desired hold time between 0 minutes and 24 hours.
If the value of the term is to correspond to the logic operation with respect to
its duration, a hold time of 0 h 0 min (standard setting) must be set (see
example for timer).
The timer is started by a positive edge of the logic operation. A further positive
edge during the hold time retriggers the timer. The term becomes inactive
when the timer has expired, independent of the current result of the logic
operation.
Different modes of operation can be implemented by nesting several terms.
This can be explained using timing diagrams:
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Example:
Nesting of the terms T1 to T5 and use of the timer function permits the
generation of highly different signals from the signal "Alarm 1 of channel 4";
this is shown in the following example.
104
Term No.
Operation
Operand X1:
Timer:
1
X1
Alarm1 #4
0 h 0 min
Term No.
Operation
Operand X1:
Operand X2
Timer:
4
X1 OR X2
T1
T2
0 h 0 min
Term No.
Operation
Operand X1:
Timer:
2
X1
Alarm1 #4
0 h tH min
Term No.
Operation
Operand X1:
Operand X2
Timer:
5
X1 OR X2
T1
T3
0 h 0 min
Term No.
Operation
Operand X1:
Timer:
3
X1
/Alarm1 #4
0 h tH min
Fig. 4.8-7
Examples of mode of operation "Timer"
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Operation
4.8.8
P[*7], PROG: Configuration
Programming of the configuration defines the global recorder settings. Press
the EXIT key to save these. A return is then made to the PROG main menu.
P[7.0]
Code
PROG
*7
Configuration
ENTER
7.0
Code 1234
PROG
ENTER
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The recorder parameterization is protected by means of the adjustable code.
Unauthorized and unintentional pressing of the PROG, TEST and STATUS
keys have no effect.
The code can be programmed between 1 and 9999. The code is deleted if you
enter 0, the PROG, TEST and START keys are then not disabled.
P[7.1]
Date
PROG
*7
Configuration
ENTER
7.1
Date
PROG
ENTER
Date DD.MM.YY
04.08.95
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
503e-098
To set the date, enter the day, month and year in succession. The inputs are
made with 2 digits according to the displayed format, and are each terminated
by ENTER.
Tab. P37
P[7.2]
Time
PROG
*7
Configuration
ENTER
ENTER
7.2
Time
PROG
1
24-hour clock
Time
14:06
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
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The operating mode of the clock is first set (12-hour or 24-hour clock). Then
enter the hours and minutes, terminating each by ENTER. With the 12-hour
clock mode you are also requested to specify "a.m." or "p.m.". The seconds are
automatically set to 0 when the time input is terminated.
The calendar/clock immediately operates with the new settings when the date
and time are entered, and does not wait until the configuration is stored (EXIT
key).
Tab. P37:
Operating mode
of clock
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Code number
0
1
0
1
Meaning
12-hour clock
24-hour clock
am
pm
Remarks
Standard setting
105
Operation
Tab. P38
P[7.3]
SYNC output
PROG
*7
Configuration
ENTER
7.3
PROG
SYNC output
ENTER
ENTER
0
OFF
503e-100
Several recorders can be synchronized by an hour impulse with a selectable
edge via the digital input/output. Signal generation is activated if you set the
SYNC output to ON.
If you change the time or date of the controlling recorder, the secondary
devices are synchronized accordingly. If the time is advanced, the controlling
recorder advances the secondary recorders using hour impulses. If the time is
turned back, the secondary recorders do not receive any hour impulses until the
current time has advanced beyond the time of the last output impulse. Switch
the SYNC output to OFF if you do not wish to use this property.
Tab. P38:
SYNC output
Code number
0
1
Meaning
OFF
ON
Remarks
Standard setting
See Tab. P36, code number 16
Tab. P39
P[7.4]
Synchronization
PROG
*7
Configuration
ENTER
7.4
PROG
Synchronization
ENTER
0
internal
ENTER
503e-101
The internal calendar/clock can be synchronized via the built-in clock
component (internal), the mains frequency (power supply), a cyclic master
clock signal (external) or an impulse (3:00 impulse). A further signal is used to
switch over between summer time and winter time (summer time MESZ).
Tab. P39:
Synchronization
Code number
0
1
2
Meaning
Internal
Mains
External
Remarks
Standard setting
P[7.4] Code number 0: internal or code number 1: power supply
Code number
Meaning
Remarks
0
DI4: disabled
Standard setting
1
DI4: Summertime
2
DI4: 3:00
The clock component is crystal-controlled if you select internal.
If you select power supply, the clock component is synchronized by means of
the mains frequency of the power supply. An error message is output in the
case of a DC supply.
If you select the code number "Summer time (MESZ)" in the case of “Internal“
or "Power supply", the High level of the SYNC signal at DI4 switches the
calendar/clock to summer time; a Low level switches it to winter time (MEZ).
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Operation
If you select the code number 2 "3:00 impulse" in the case of "Internal" or
"Power supply", the internal calendar/clock is set to 3:00 by the positive edge
of the synchronization signal. The date remains unchanged.
If you select the synchronization "External", the control is via input DI4
(option) via a master clock or a further recorder with activated SYNC output.
Tab. P39
Synchronization
“External“
PROG
*7
Configuration
ENTER
7.4
PROG
Synchronization
ENTER
ENTER
2
external
0
minute impulse
1
edge: positive
Tab. P40
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
0
equidistant
503e-102
With synchronization "External", the next input step is to select the setting
impulse, the active edge and the type of master clock. Select the setting
"Equidistant" if your master clock only outputs impulses at regular intervals. If
your master clock delivers recovery impulses, e.g. following a power failure or
when the clock is advanced, select the setting "Recovering".
Tab. P40:
Setting impulse
with "External"
P[7.4] Code number 3: external
Meaning
minute impulse
hour impulse
Minute or hour impulse
edge: negative
edge: positive
Edge: negative or positive
equidistant
recovering
Code number
0
1
0
1
0
1
P[7.5]
Time mark
PROG
*7
Configuration
ENTER
7.5
Time mark
PROG
ENTER
t1
12:00
Remarks
Standard setting
SYNC output
SYNC output
Standard setting
SYNC output
ENTER
12:01
Beginning
12:00
End
12:01
ENTER
ENTER
503e-103
A time mark is a selectable period with a beginning and end time. It is active
when the internal clock reaches the beginning time. It is disabled when the end
time is reached. You can program four time marks. The time marks can be
processed in a logical expression (term) in order e.g. to trigger the recording of
a channel or the output of an event text depending on the time.
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Operation
When entering a time mark, the cursor is initially positioned to the time mark
No. in the top line of the display. The beginning and end times appear
underneath this. Enter the time mark No. using the INC/DEC keys or the
numeric keypad. Enter the beginning and end times when the time mark No.
has been terminated. The time is entered as when setting the clock.
Once a time mark has been entered completely, the next time mark appears on
the display. Terminate input of the time marks using the EXIT key, and return
to the configuration submenu.
Note
The time marks are initialized automatically if the operating mode of the clock
has been change in the meantime.
Tab. P41
P[7.6]
Ref. frequency
PROG
*7
Configuration
ENTER
7.6
PROG
Ref. frequency
ENTER
ENTER
1
automatical
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Use the reference frequency to define the measuring duration for the analog-todigital converter of the measured-value acquisition module (Fig. 2.2-1). The
correct setting is a prerequisite for the series-mode rejection specified in the
technical data.
With an AC supply, the recorder can measure the mains frequency itself, and
the setting "Automatic" can therefore be selected. The measuring duration is
then permanently matched to the mains frequency in the range from 47 to 63
Hz.
Automatic acquisition of the mains frequency is not possible with a DC supply,
and this must therefore be entered manually. The interference frequency to be
suppressed must be entered (usually the mains frequency).
Tab. P41:
Ref. frequency
Code
number
0
Meaning
Remarks
manual: 47 Hz
1
automatic
Max. 63 Hz can be set, standard setting 50
Hz with DC supply;
Standard setting with AC supply
Tab. P42
P[7.7]
Language
PROG
*7
Configuration
ENTER
7.7
Language
PROG
ENTER
1
English
ENTER
503e-105
You can select the language for operator prompting, i.e. for all displays and
outputs on the chart.
Tab. P42:
Language
108
Code number
0
1
2
Meaning
Deutsch
English
Français
Remarks
Standard setting
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Operation
Tab. P43
P[7.8]
Buffer
PROG
*7
Configuration
ENTER
7.8
Buffer
PROG
ENTER
1
ON
ENTER
503e-106
Measured values are buffered if the recorder is in the PAUSE status (control
lever 2 Í). Select ON if the buffered values are to be recorded at the end of
the PAUSE status. Otherwise select OFF.
Tab. P43:
Buffer
Code number
0
1
Meaning
OFF
ON
Remarks
Standard setting
Tab. P44
P[7.9]
Control lever 1
You can block input to the MODE menu; the input is accessible in the standard
setting.
Tab. P44:
Control lever 1
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Code number
0
Meaning
Accessible
1
Blocked
Remarks
Standard setting
Input to the MODE menu
enabled via control lever 1
Input to the MODE menu
blocked via control lever 1
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Operation
4.8.9
P[*8], PROG: Interface
In this submenu, the delay time and response time of the PC interface are
entered as operating variables.
Interface
*8
Interface
PROG
ENTER
503e-107
P[8.0]
Delay time
A delay time between 0 and 600 seconds can be set. The entered value is
always rounded-off to a multiple of 10 ms.
The delay time is the period between transmission of the control character ETX
and reception of the control character ACK or NAK.
P[8.1]
Response time
A response time between 0 and 600 seconds can be set. The entered value is
always rounded-off to a multiple of 10 ms.
Following the reception of a command to call data, the recorder permits the
programmed response time to pass before it transmits the response data. The
response time is inserted
4.8.10
p
between the reception of ETX and the transmission of ACK,
p
between the reception of ACK and the transmission of a new data block.
P[*9], PROG: Dig. Input/Output
Note
This part of the program can only be set in recorders which contain the digital
input/output (see Section 3.7).
The digital input/output has 4 inputs (DI1 to DI4) and 6 outputs (DO1 to DO6).
Digital
inputs
110
You can use the inputs DI1 to DI4 as a digital channel or process them as an
event input in a logical expression (term) (Section 4.8.7). Input DI4 is a special
case if you wish to control the internal clock by a synchronization pulse. In this
case the desired SYNC signal must be applied via input DI4. Independent of
this, the input signal is also available for further event processing.
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Operation
Digital
outputs
PROG
*9
Dig. IN/OUT
ENTER
Output DO1
ENTER
6
Term T1
ENTER
503e-108
Only the digital outputs (DO1 to DO6) are programmed. You define which
events are to be output via them. Programming is carried out for each channel
separately.
First enter the number of the output using the INC/DEC keys or the numeric
keypad. Following this input, select the event to be output. Depending on the
selection, a further input may be necessary to define the channel number or
term number.
The output has then been defined. The assignment of the next output appears
on the display. The cursor points to the number of the output.
Terminate programming of the digital input/output using the EXIT key. The
assignments are stored automatically. You then return to the PROG main
menu.
Tab. P45:
Dig. outputs
Event to be output
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Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Meaning
OFF
ON
Alarm 1
/Alarm 1
Alarm 2
/Alarm 2
Term T1
/Term T1
Remarks
Standard setting
#1
#1
#1
#1
(...#12)
(...#12)
(...#12)
(...#12)
(...T24)
(...T24)
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Operation
4.8.11
P[*10], PROG: Copy
You can copy and subsequently modify parts of the recorder programming
using the copy submenu in order to save time. You must first define the type of
data to be copied in the copy submenu. Subsequently enter the source and
destination of the copy procedure. It is possible to copy:
q
q
q
Parameter PA or PB
Text
Function
P[10.0]
Parameters
When copying parameters, the complete program is copied, i.e. the parameters
of all channels, for example from program PA (Section 4.8.3) to program PB or
vice versa.
P[10.1]
Texts
When copying texts (Section 4.8.5), the destination text is matched to the
number of characters corresponding to the text No. If you copy e.g. an event
text (54 characters) to a channel text (16 characters), the characters from
position 17 onwards cannot be copied.
Example:
Function F2 is copied to function F4.
Number of source: number of source: 2, number of destination: 4.
You return to the PROG main menu following the copy procedure.
P[10.2]
Function
*10
Copy
PROG
ENTER
10.2
Function
PROG
ENTER
Source:
Function F2
ENTER
Function F1 - F6
Destination:
Function F4
ENTER
Function F1 - F6
703e-111
When copying functions, all data of the function specified as the source
(Section 4.8.6) are copied to the destination function.
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Operation
4.8.12
P[*11], PROG: Initialization
During initialization, parts of the recorder programming are automatically
matched to the recorder configuration. The current settings are overwritten by
standard settings in the process.
Tab. P46
Initialization
You can use the initialization submenu to define which settings (Tab. P46) are
to be initialized. A further input is necessary depending on the selection:
o
o
o
Parameters: Program PA, PB
Text:
Text No.
Function: Number of function
Before overwriting, the recorder asks once more whether the currently stored
data are really to be deleted. A return is subsequently made to the PROG main
menu.
Tab. P46:
Initialization
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Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Meaning
START table
Parameters
Chart
Text
Function
Term T1 - T24
Configuration
Interface
Dig. IN/OUT
Remarks
PA, PB
0 to 24
F1 to F6
All
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Operation
4.8.13
P[*12], PROG: Print
You can use the print submenu to determine which data are to be printed.
Further information is required depending on the selection:
o
o
o
o
o
Parameters: Program PA, PB, start channel, end channel
Text:
Start text, end text
Function: Start function, end function
Term:
Start term, end term
Label:
Program PA, PB
You subsequently return to the PROG main menu. The programming data are
output in the color you have selected for the protocol.
Example 1
Parameter output: print channels 2 to 5
Start channel: #2, end channel: #5
Example 2
Print channel 3:
Start channel: #3, end channel: #3
Note
Further programming is not possible whilst printing is still being carried out.
You can abort printing using the EXIT key.
Tab. P47
P[12.9]
Measuring-point
label
1=Program PB
*12
Print
PROG
ENTER
12.9
Channel ID
PROG
ENTER
0
Program PA
ENTER
503e-113
The recorder prints the text associated with each channel in the respective
channel color. You can also adhere the label generated in this manner to the
inside of the recorder door (Section 6.15, Labelling and Inserting the
Measuring-point Label).
Tab. P47:
Print
114
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Meaning
START table
Parameters
Chart
Text 0
Function F1-F12
Term T1
Configuration
Interface
Dig. IN/OUT
Channel ID
Remarks
PA, PB
(... 24)
(... F12)
(... T24)
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Operation
4.9
TEST Menu
Purpose
The TEST menu is used to select test and adjustment functions.
Operation
Press the TEST key to start the various recorder test functions. The first
element of the TEST menu appears in the display.
Select the desired test function from the TEST menu. Press the TEST key again
to terminate the test function. Fig. 4.9-1 provides a summary of the selectable
function set of the TEST menu. The functions of the TEST menu can also be
accessed via the PC interface.
Note
The TEST menu can only be called if the recorder is not in measuring mode.
Pressing the START key results in cancellation of the TEST menu.
TEST
*0
TEST
Recording unit
ENTER
0.0
Test print
TEST
ENTER
Tab. T1
Section 4.9.1
*1
Adjust
TEST
ENTER
0.1
TEST
Carriage pos.
ENTER
1.0
TEST
Measuring range
ENTER
1.1
Signal
ENTER
Section 4.9.2
1.2
Channel
TEST
Tab. T2
Tab. T3
TEST
ENTER
TEST
ENTER
#1
1-6
*2
Indicator
TEST
ENTER
2.0
Contrast
Section 4.9.3
ENTER
Contrast: 0
0-7
2.1
Brightness
TEST
ENTER
ENTER
Brightness: 0
0-7
2.2
Background
TEST
ENTER
Section 4.9.4
*3
Diagnostic
TEST
*4
Service
TEST
0
dark
ENTER
1 = bright
Section 4.9.5
503e-028
Fig. 4.9-1
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Summary of TEST menu
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Operation
4.9.1
T[*0], TEST: Recording Unit
You can use this menu to select various functions for starting-up or for
adjustment of the recording unit.
T[0.0]
Test print
*0
TEST
Recording unit
ENTER
0.0
Test print
TEST
ENTER
Test print
0
503e-055
Tab. T1
You can call a number of test prints to check the functions of the recording
system. The possible test prints are summarized in Tab. T1. Enter the number
of the desired test print and start using ENTER. The cursor then disappears.
The selected test print is repeated until you enter a new number or leave the
menu level using EXIT.
Press the ENTER key in order to enter a new test print number. The cursor
appears again on the display. You can select the next test print.
Tab. T1:
Test print
for character set
T[0.1]
Carriage position
Code
number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Meaning
Check
Rectangular print
T[0.1] Carriage position
Colored bars
Recording head
Character set size 2
Character set size 3
Character set size 4
Character set size 5
Character set size 6
Character set size 7
Staircase recording
45° lines
Complete recording system
Cyclic sequence of 0, 1, 3, 8 and 9
*0
TEST
Recording unit
ENTER
TEST
0.1
Carriage pos.
ENTER
ENTER
Left border
<-DEC
INC->
Right border
<-DEC
INC->
503e-056
This test function is used to set the position of the recording head to the grid of
the chart paper. The carriage first moves to the left to permit setting of the left
border. Correct the carriage position using the INC/DEC keys until the written
line coincides with the 0 % line of the grid. Move the carriage position to the
right using the INC key, and to the left using the DEC key. The value of the left
border is accepted using ENTER.
The carriage then moves to the right for setting the 100 % line. The setting is
made as described above. Subsequently press the ENTER key again. The
settings are stored in the non-volatile data memory (EEPROM) and are
retained even in the event of a power failure.
A vertical line is drawn on the 0 % line as a check when the recorder is
switched on.
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Operation
4.9.2
T[*1], TEST: Adjust
When adjusting the measuring ranges, a reference value is determined by
means of external adjustment signals and stored in the non-volatile data
memory for the various ranges of the input amplifier.
Note
The measuring ranges have been adjusted in the factory prior to delivery. Only
suitable calibrators should be used if an adjustment becomes necessary again.
You require a precision current or voltage generator for the adjustment. This
must be connected to the input terminals for the signal. The error of the
generator is added as an additional error to the result of the recorder.
The measuring ranges – except 20 mA and 10 V – can be adjusted via any
channel. The source must then be connected to the input terminals of a channel
or to all input terminals. The jumpers must be inserted according to Fig. 3.6-2.
If the recorder is only used in the range setting you have selected, the
adjustment in the unused ranges is superfluous.
The setting "Adjust" and its subsequent settings support adjustment of the
measuring ranges. The adjustment is carried out by setting the measuring
range, the adjustment signal and the channel assignment. If a separate
adjustment for each channel is unnecessary, the adjustment can be carried out
for all channels together via any single channel.
T[1.0]
Measuring range
Tab. T2:
Measuring ranges
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*1
Adjust
TEST
ENTER
TEST
1.0
Measuring range
ENTER
ENTER
0
DC -10/+60mV
Tab. T2
Code number
Meaning
0
-10 to +60 mV
1
-0.1 to +1 V
2
-1 to 10 V
3
-4 to +20 mA
1)
Adjustment necessary for each channel
503e-117
Remarks
DC U/TC
DC U
1)
DC U
1)
DC I
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Operation
T[1.1]
Signal
*1
Adjust
TEST
ENTER
TEST
1.1
Signal
ENTER
0
ENTER
Signal
0.0000V
503e-118
Tab. T3
Here you can determine which of the required reference values is to be
adjusted.
Tab. T3:
Signal
Code number
0
1
T[1.2]
Channel
*1
Adjust
TEST
Meaning
0.0000 V
Full-scale value
ENTER
1.2
Channel
TEST
ENTER
#1
Remarks
1.2
Channel
TEST
ENTER
#1
503e-119
Enter the number of the channel to be adjusted; the channel must be set to the
measuring range selected above. The measured value of the applied calibrator
signal appears in the display when you press the ENTER key. The adjustment
procedure is terminated if the displayed value no longer flashes. The
adjustment value for this channel is stored by pressing the EXIT key, and the
number of the next channel is displayed.
If the same adjustment is to be carried out for another channel, the
corresponding channel number can now be entered and the adjustment started
using the EXIT key.
An input error is present if the selected measuring range does not correspond to
the jumper configuration. The entered channel number flashes in this case.
4.9.3
T[*2], TEST: Indicator
(0...7)
*2
Indicator
TEST
ENTER
2.0
Contrast
TEST
2.1
Brightness
TEST
2.2
Background
TEST
ENTER
Contrast: 0
(0...7)
ENTER
Brightness: 0
1=bright
T[2.0]
Contrast
T[2.1]
Brightness
T[2.2]
Background
118
ENTER
0
dark
503e-057
You can use this test function to set the contrast, background (dark or bright)
and brightness of the background illumination of the LCD. The current setting
appears on the display. You can change the setting in fixed steps from 0 to 7
using the INC/DEC keys. The changes become visible immediately.
Once you have made the required settings you can leave the test function using
ENTER.
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Operation
4.9.4
T[*3], TEST: Diagnostic
*3
Diagnostic
TEST
ENTER
Device text 0
503e-058
Use this test function to manually start the diagnostic function which is
executed automatically when the recorder is switched on. The internal
memories (EPROM, EEPROM, RAM) are then tested.
If the test is terminated without errors, the recorder responds as when switching
on. A corresponding error message (Section 7.13) is displayed if the diagnostic
function detects an instrument fault.
4.9.5
T[*4], TEST: Service
This function is only provided for servicing.
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Operation
4.10
Parameterization Examples
Example 1:
The internally derived mains frequency is to be measured on channel #7 and output on
the display. An alarm is to be generated if the deviation from 50 Hz is more than 0.025
Hz.
Parameter
Channel #
Value
Remarks
Mains frequency can only be measured from channel #7
onwards!
7
Measuring
range
Left value
Right value
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Hysteresis
Rounding
0.0000/+100.00
Color
Text No.
Blue
7
49.950 Hz
50.050 Hz
50.025 Hz
49.075 Hz
0.01%
0.001
*0
PROG
Protoc.: ----*1
PROG
START table
*2
PROG
Parameters
2.0
PA
PROG
Channel #1
2.1
#7
PROG
Condition
2.2
#7
PROG
Measuring range
2.3
#7
PROG
Left value
2.4
#7
PROG
Right value
2.5
#7
PROG
Alarm 1
2.6
#7
PROG
Alarm 2
2.7
#7
PROG
Hysteresis
2.8
#7
PROG
Damping
2.9
#7
PROG
Rounding
2.10 #7
PROG
Color
2.11 #7
PROG
Text-No.
120
0.01% of measuring range = 0.01 Hz
Defines the number of decimal places for the measuredvalue display and table for channel #7
INC
INC
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
0
Program PA
2.0
PA
PROG
Channel #7
3
Measuring
Mains frequency
2
0.0000/+100.00
Position 0 %
0.0000
Hz
Position 100 %
100.00
Hz
2 MAX <stat.>
0.0000
Hz
1 MIN <stat.>
0.0000
Hz
0
0.01%
Damping
0 s
4
0.0001
4
Blue
1
Text
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
1
Recording
ON
1
Editing
Hz
Position 0
%
49.950
Hz
Position 100 %
50.050
Hz
2 MAX <stat.>
50.025
Hz
1 MIN <stat.>
49.975
Hz
ENTER
EXIT
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
1
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Operation
Example 2:
The flow velocity is to be input from a transmitter and measured and recorded on
channel #3. The transmitter delivers a linear signal from 4 to 20 mA in the range from 0
to 16 l/s. An alarm A1 is to be activated when a flow velocity of 15 l/s is exceeded, and
an alarm A2 if there is an interruption in the current loop.
Function
Function
F1
Value
x-range
DC:
y-reference
y-dimension
x|y-values
OFF
l/s
1
2
3
-4 / +20 mA
x:
y:
0.0000
-4.0000
x:
y:
x:
y:
4.0000
0.0000
20.000
16.000
Parameter
Channel #
Measuring
range
Left value
Right value
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Value
0.0000 l/s
16.000 l/s
15.000 l/s
-3.0000 l/s
Hysteresis
Rounding
0.01 %
0.001
Color
Text No.
Red
3
3
F1
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Remarks
Reversible and unambiguous simulation of physical
range in the electrical range.
Electrical measuring range; the input signal is within
these limits.
Off since no thermocouples is used.
Dimension of physical measured variable.
This turning point represents the start-of-scale value. It
is required since monitoring for an interruption in the
current loop is to be carried out (I = 0 mA).
This turning point can be omitted since it is positioned
linearly between turning points 1 and 3.
This turning point represents the full-scale value.
Remarks
The previously programmed function F1 must be
selected as the measuring range.
Start-of-scale value of the recording range.
Full-scale value of the recording range
MAX (stat.) An alarm is output when this value is exceeded.
MIN (stat.) An alarm is output when this value is fallen below
(interruption in current loop: I < 1 mA).
0.01 % of 20 l/s
Number of decimal places for the measured-value
display and table
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Operation
Programming steps:
*0
PROG 5 x
Protoc.: ----
s
*5
PROG
Function
5.0
F1
PROG
x range
5.1
F1
PROG
y reference
5.2
F1
PROG
y suffix
5.3
F1
PROG
x|y values
Function F1
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
3
DC: -4/+20mA
0
- - - 1
Editing
l/s
1
x: 0.0000
y:-4.0000
2
x: 20.000
y: 16.000
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
EXIT
5.3
F1
PROG
EXIT
x|y values
*5
PROG 3 x
Function
t
*2
PROG
Parameters
2.0
PA
PROG
Channel #1
2.1
#3
PROG
Condition
2.2
#3
PROG
Measuring range
2.3
#3
PROG
Left value
2.4
#3
PROG
Right value
2.5
#3
PROG
Alarm 1
2.6
#3
PROG
Alarm 2
2.7
#3
PROG
Hysteresis
2.8
#3
PROG
Damping
2.9
#3
PROG
Rounding
2.10 #3
PROG
Color
2.11 #3
PROG
Text-No.
2.12 #3
PROG
Scale
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
0
Program PA
2.0
PA
PROG
Channel #3
1
Measuring
ON
24
Function F1
Position 0%
-4.0000
l/s
Position 100%
16.0000 l/s
2 MAX <stat.>
1 MIN <stat.>
0
0.01%
Damping
0 s
3
0.001
1
Red
3
Text 3
0
Automatic
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
1
Recording
ON
0
Y-linear
Position 0%
0.0000 l/s
Position 100%
20.000 l/s
2 MAX <stat.>
15.000
l/s
1 MIN <stat.>
-3.000
l/s
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
1
Text
3
ENTER
Further programming required:
1. [*1] START table, [1.0] Trigger START must be programmed to ON!
2. [2.2] Measuring range: the function F1 must be selected using point "24".
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5
Measuring and Recording Mode
The following chapter describes the measuring mode.
In measuring mode, the measured values are output on the display and also on
the chart paper in graphic form as a measured-value/time chart or in numeric
form as a measured-value table. Other information is entered on the chart or
table in addition to the actual measured values. This information provides
supplementary documentation on the progress of the measurement and supports
evaluation.
Measuring mode can be switched on and off using the START key on the IR
remote control or via the PC interface. All channels for which “Measuring ON"
has been selected are cyclically scanned in measuring mode, processed further
and subsequently output on the display. Alarms are generated by comparing the
measured values with the programmed limits. The alarms, terms and trigger
conditions are updated and processed within a measuring cycle.
Only the channels for which "Recording ON" has been selected in addition are
also recorded. In recording mode, the recording system changes cyclically
between movement and idling phases. Recording mode can be interrupted by
PAUSE or e.g. the output of a protocol following reparameterization during
measuring and recording mode. By programming the START table and using
the PROG menu you can define the switch-on and switch-off conditions for
recording mode as well as the condition for switching over the operating mode
and program.
The operating mode of the recorder can be adapted to that of a conventional
multipoint recorder by setting the dot sequence between 3 s and 12 s in MODE
menu. In this case the recording head rotates to the associated color and points
during its idling phase – i.e. whilst it is not recording – to the recording position
of the measured value output in the display.
Without interrupting measuring mode, various settings can be made using the
control levers following initiation of dialog via the IR remote control or PC
interface. The chart is interrupted if the input results in a modification to it, and
it is subsequently restarted automatically.
The TEST menu can only be opened with measuring mode switched off.
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5.1
Measured-value Display
The values of the channels for which "Measuring ON" has been selected are
displayed in measuring mode provided the STATUS, MODE or PROG menu
has not been called.
There are four different measured-value displays. The selection is made in the
MODE menu.
The measured-value display "digital (1)" always indicates e.g. the data for only
one channel. These data are updated every second. With the dot sequence set to
OFF, switching to the next measured channel is after 3, 4, 6 or 12 s depending
on which value is set.
To fix the measured-value display to the currently displayed channel, briefly
move control lever 3 to the left or – with the dialog opened – press the HOLD
key on the IR remote control. The desired channel No. can also be changed
using the INC/DEC keys. The measured-value display is switched on cyclically
again if you move control lever 3 again or press the HOLD key again. These
settings are also possible via the PC interface.
In addition to the measured value and dimension, the display also contains
other symbols which indicate the type and status of the programmed alarms of
the associated channel (Fig. 5.3-1). The channel is not measured if the display
flashes and/or if other characters appear instead of the measured value. The
various reasons for this are summarized in Table 5.1-1.
Table 5.1-1
Measured
value
31.055
Measured-value display (with examples)
Dimension
Symbols
Meaning
°C
------------(flashes)
?????
(flashes)
31.055
(flashes)
?????
°C
See
Table 5.3-1
Measured-value display (digital)
with symbols for alarms 1 and 2
Measurement switched off
(for this channel)
Incorrect measuring range
Undefined function
assigned
Measuring range overloaded or
internal measuring error
If you press the ALARM key during measuring mode, the two programmed
alarms of the current channel appear in the display. If you press the SCALE
key, the recording range of the current channel is displayed, i.e. the parameters
"Left value" and "Right value". The programmed alarm thresholds or the
recording ranges remain in the display until the corresponding key is released
again.
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The display permits different formats which can be set using the MODE menu
(M[0.2]):
q
q
q
q
digital (1)
digital (2)
dig./analog (1)
dig./analog (3)
Digital (1) measured- The measured values of a channel are displayed cyclically in digital form
value display
together with the channel number (Fig. 5.1-1).
503-002
or
Fig. 5.1-1
Measured-value display in format "digital (1)"
The measured-value display is updated approx. every second and switched to
the next measured channel after 3 seconds. The display is updated every 4
seconds if the dot sequence is set to "4 s" in the MODE menu.
In order to fix the measured-value display for one channel, press the HOLD
key on the remote control or move lever 3 briefly to the left. The desired
channel No. can be set using the INC/DEC keys (only INC when using the
control lever). The cyclic display mode is switched on again when the HOLD
function is reactivated.
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Digital (2) measured- The measured values of two channels are displayed cyclically in digital form
value display
with two lines. Each line contains the channel number (2 digits) and the current
measured value (5 digits plus sign and decimal point).
Alarms are displayed in reduced form as follows:
q
q
q
Max. 2 alarm symbols of a channel, one above the other (alarm 1 at top)
The type of limit (minimum or maximum) is indicated as a symbol
Flashing symbol means: alarm active.
The symbol for an open-circuit is not displayed. If there is an open-circuit with
TC ranges, the measured value flashes.
or
or
Fig. 5.1-2
Measured-value display in format "digital (2)"
The display channels (max. 12) are grouped in pairs. Two successive, active
channels are displayed simultaneously in each case. Inactive channels
(measuring = OFF) are ignored completely. In cyclic mode, the groups are each
displayed sequentially for a period of 3 seconds (Fig. 5.1-3).
Fig. 5.1-3
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Example of display sequence in cyclic mode
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The display is held in HOLD mode. The INC or DEC key can be used to move
on the top line channel-by-channel. The bottom line shows the next active
status in each case. The group limits have no effect in this case (Fig. 5.1-4).
Fig. 5.1-4
Example of display sequence in HOLD mode
The original groups of two are reestablished when returning to cyclic mode,
commencing with the group which contains the last channel displayed in
HOLD mode.
The channel which is output in the top line of the display when the SCALE or
ALARM key of the channel is pressed is evaluated both in cyclic mode and in
HOLD mode.
If a dot sequence is parameterized, the control is as in HOLD mode, and is
switched on channel-by-channel by the recording. During the pauses in
recording, the top line of the display indicates the channel which coincides with
the current position of the recording head.
Dig./analog (1)
measured-value
display
The display mode consists of three components. The channel number,
measured value and dimension of a channel are displayed in the top part. The
center part displays the channel in analog form as a bargraph with marks for set
alarms. The parameters "Left value" and "Right value" are output in the bottom
part of the display (Fig. 5.1-5).
In cyclic display mode, the channels for which "Measuring = ON" is
parameterized are displayed individually and sequentially for 3 seconds each.
The currently displayed channel is retained in HOLD mode until the HOLD
key is pressed again. The cyclic display mode is then continued.
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or
Fig. 5.1-5
Dig./analog
measured-value
display (3)
Measured-value display in format "dig./analog (1)"
The measured values of a channel are output in digital form in the top part of
the display. A group with three assigned channels appears underneath this in
analog form as a bargraph (Fig. 5.1-6).
Group 1: #1 - #3
Group 3: #7 - #9
Group 2: #4 - #6
Group 4: #10 - #12
In cyclic display mode, the channels for which "Measuring = ON" is
parameterized are displayed individually and sequentially for 3 seconds each.
The currently displayed channel is retained in HOLD mode until the HOLD
key is pressed again. The cyclic display mode is then continued.
or
Fig. 5.1-6
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Measured-value display in format "dig./analog (3)"
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5.2
Graphic Recording
5.2.1
Chart Formatting
You should preferably select the recording range (left value and right value)
and its position on the chart such that round values result on the measuredvalue lines. This facilitates evaluation of the chart and the determination of the
absolute values of a curve. The free assignment of the position means that the
recording ranges can be shifted as desired for each channel (zoning).
Programming is described in Section 4.8.4.
5.2.2
Scale
A scale can be printed on the chart for each channel. Output of the scale does
not interrupt recording. The scale consists of inscriptions of the measured-value
line with dimension, channel number and alarm markings.
Programming is described in Section 4.8.4.
5.2.3
Time/Date
The time can be output at regular intervals. The chart paper is automatically
moved sufficiently far forward when the recording is started or interrupted such
that the time can be printed on a time line. The time is output independent of
the beginning of recording at specific, round minute values which depend on
the chart speed. The date is printed when measuring mode is started, and then
always at 0.00 and 12.00 hours.
The graphic recording is interrupted if the internal clock is reset during
measuring mode and automatically reset to the time line.
The chart must always be readjusted when the chart carriage has been removed
from the recorder and reinserted (Section 6.4).
Programming of the clock is described in Section 4.8.8.
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5.2.4
Channel Markings
The channel number or channel text – and possibly the associated measured
value – can be output in numeric form at regular intervals. These channel
markings appear in the color of the channel and are assigned to the respective
curve by a short transverse line.
If graphic channel marking has been selected, small circles (Fig. 5.3-2) are
assigned cyclically to the curves of channels #7 to #12 .
5.2.5
Alarm Markings, Common Alarm
If a channel falls below a lower limit (MIN) or exceeds an upper limit (MAX),
an alarm marking with channel number is output at the associated position and
possibly also the time or channel text. The various symbols and their meanings
are summarized in Fig. 5.3-1.
Two alarm markings appear if several limit violations occur during one
recording cycle. The left symbol represents the first limit violation, the right
symbol indicates the current alarm status.
A vertical violet common alarm line is written at the left border as soon as
alarm 1 has been exceeded for at least one channel. A line is written
accordingly at the right border for alarm 2.
5.2.6
Event Texts
Freely-programmable event texts (Section 4.8.5) are printed triggered by events
such as limit violations, edges at digital inputs or time markings.
If several triggering events occur within a short period, the texts are delayed so
that they do not overwrite one another.
The event texts can be preceded by the date and time of the event.
The chart is interrupted if you have selected a feed for the event text, and the
text is written in the gap. The relationship of the chart to the time line is not
lost by the gap.
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5.2.7
Buffering of Measured Values
A large intermediate memory for measured values (recording buffer) is
available for processing the measured values from acquisition up to display or
recording.
The recording buffer can store the measured values required for a chart length
of approx. 160 mm, independent of the chart speed. The typical buffer times
which result for the chart speed are shown in Table 5.2-1.
Table 5.2-1
Buffer time
Chart speed
[mm/h]
1
1.25
2
2.5
5
10
15
20
30
40
50
60
100
120
150
180
200
240
300
600
1200
Buffer time h+min
[h]
160
128
80
64
32
16
10
8
5
4
3
2
1
1
1
[min]
20
15
10
8
4
2
40
1
20
0
12
40
36
20
4
53
48
40
32
16
8
Only a small part of the recording buffer is required in normal mode since the
measured values are recorded within a short time.
The full capacity of the recording buffer is only required in measuring mode if
e.g. the instrument settings are printed out or if the chart paper or recording
head is replaced.
To prevent an overflow of the recording buffer even in such situations, the
measured values are stored and recorded with a larger time resolution as the
buffer becomes fuller. The distance between two successive MIN/MAX lines
on the curves thus changes.
With the recording buffer only filled a little, a minimum value and a maximum
value are recorded every 0.06 mm feed for every channel, and every 3 mm with
the recording buffer almost full. To ensure that this fact can be considered
when evaluating the chart, the connection lines between the curve and the
channel marking comprise two horizontal lines running in parallel.
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These lines run at the same interval, i.e. between 0.06 mm and 3 mm, as two
successive MIN/MAX lines of the curves at this position.
If a buffer overflows despite the long buffer time, the character "⇒⇐" is
printed on the chart paper, and a feed is carried out.
A further cause for a buffer overflow can be a continuous, high loading on the
recording system with a high chart speed, large number of recording channels
and comprehensive accompanying information.
In addition to the data compression described above, the following measures
are therefore taken to prevent a measured-value buffer overflow as soon as the
buffer is more than half full:
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
Cyclic or manually triggered scale printout is suppressed
Channel markings only comprise the channel number
Alarm markings only comprise the channel number and
alarm symbol
Only the first three characters, and possibly the time, are printed for
event texts
The date of event texts is omitted
Measured-value tables are omitted
The date is omitted for START lines
The grid is no longer printed.
Despite these measures, a high chart speed together with a large number of
channels, numerous accompanying information and unsteady signals can result
in a buffer overflow. No specific limits can be stated since loading of the
recording system depends on a large number of marginal conditions. The
following table lists approximate values for the maximum possible chart speed
without a buffer overflow.
Table 5.2-2
Maximum possible chart speed without buffer overflow
Number of channels
12
6
6
Average signal span
80 mm
80 mm
5 mm
Alarm marking interval
10 s
1 min
10 min
Event text interval
2 min
10 min
10 min
Mode/program switchover interval
1h
1h
1h
Maximum chart speed without
buffer overflow
150 mm/h
600 mm/h
1200 mm/h
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5.3
Numeric Recording
A table is output at regular intervals for the numeric recording corresponding to
the set logging rate. The table contains the current measured value and several
items of status information for all channels. The following Fig. 5.3-1 shows the
status symbols and their significances.
Fig. 5.3-1
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5.3.1
Measured Value
The measured value with the corresponding dimension and the trend and alarm
symbols is printed in the measured-value table following the channel number.
The displayed measured value refers to the time specified in the printed table.
The information and symbols are output according to Fig. 5.3-1 in the case of
operating statuses deviating from the normal case, e.g. open-circuit.
Table 5.3-1
Measured
value
150.00
Measured-value table (with examples)
Dimension
Symbols
Meaning/operating status
Ω
See Fig. 5.3-1
------------?????
----?????
**
**
Measured
value
Dimension
**
See Fig. 5.3-1
for alarm
symbols
**
See Fig. 5.3-1
for trend
symbol and
open-circuit
150.00
150.00
5.3.2
Ω
Ω
Normal measured-value display
with trend and alarm symbols
Measurement switched off for
this channel
Incorrect measuring range
Undefined function
assigned
Measuring range overloaded
Internal measuring error
Open-circuit
Symbols for Measured-value Trend
The trend symbol indicates whether the measured valued has changed within a
period of 3 s. The arrow points upwards for increasing values and downwards
for decreasing values. The "=" character is output if the change in measured
value lies within the hysteresis programmed for this channel. If a dot is output,
this indicates that a trend could not be determined, e.g. as in the first measuredvalue table following the beginning of recording.
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5.3.3
Symbol for Open-circuit
The open-circuit symbol appears if the maximum permissible source resistance
has been exceeded.
5.3.4
Symbol for Alarm
The status of the limits of the corresponding channel is printed out in the last
position. The same symbols are used as with graphic recording. The meanings
of the 8 different alarm symbols are shown in Fig. 5.3-1.
5.3.5
Buffering of Measured Values
In addition to the recording buffer, there is a buffer for the numeric recording.
This contains up to 7 complete measured-value printouts.
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Fig. 5.3-2
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Example recording (recorder without mathematics)
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Servicing and Maintenance
6
Servicing and Maintenance
This chapter describes servicing and maintenance. The work described must
only be carried out by trained personnel.
Note
An arrow, e.g. "Control lever 2 Í" is used to simplify the description. In this
context the arrow means: "Move control lever 2 to right".
6.1
Service Lever and Control Lever 2
The service lever and control lever 2 are only required for servicing and
maintenance.
Service lever
The service lever (Fig. 4.1-1) is used to release the chassis which must be
removed in order to install and remove the backup battery and to set the
instrument address. When the chassis is in the first latched position, release it a
second time using the service lever and then pull it forwards completely out of
the instrument. When refitting the chassis, it is again necessary to release it
using the service lever when it is in the first latched position.
Control lever 2 Í
Control lever 2 (Fig. 4.1-1) is used to release the chart carriage from the
chassis. This is necessary e.g. to change the chart paper.
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6.2
Removing the Chart Carriage
The chart carriage (Fig. 6.2-1) must be removed from the recorder in order to
replace the chart. PAUSE ON must be selected if the measured values are to be
stored in intermediate memory whilst the chart is being replaced.
Proceed as follows:
Step
1
2
3
4
4
5
Measure
Open door.
Control lever 1 Í PAUSE ON (stop recording). The recording
head moves to the PAUSE position (Fig. 6.16-1).
Control lever 2 Í release chart carriage.
Pull chart carriage out to front using grip (Fig. 6.8-2).
3
3
3
4
3
2
6
1
7
5
8
1 1 Take-up
spool
Aufwickelrolle
2 2 Chart
guide
Papierführung
3 3 Pin
wheel
with
Stiftrad
mit Transportwalze
roller
4 transport
Transportwalze
4 5 Transport
roller
Bogenförmige
Klappe
Fig. 6.2-1
138
5 6 Curved
flap
Papiervorratsmulde
6 7 Chart
supply trough
Umlenkfeder
7 8 Guide
tongue
Frontklappe
8 Front flap
7
503-156
Front and rear views of chart carriage (without chart paper)
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6.3
Inserting the Chart Carriage
Proceed as follows to replace the chart carriage into the recorder following
replacement of the chart:
Step
1
2
3
4
Measure
Insert chart carriage into chassis.
Press on the grip to push the chart carriage completely into the
recorder until it latches in place.
Reset the position of the time line as described in Section 6.4.
Control lever 1 Í PAUSE OFF (start recording).
Note
The recording head must not be swung downwards
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6.4
Adjusting the Time Line
The position of the chart can be adjusted when in the PAUSE status so that the
time markers coincide with the time lines during the subsequent graphic
recording. This setting is always necessary:
q
If the chart carriage has been removed from the chassis, e.g. in order to
replace the chart.
Step
1
2
3
4
5
Fig. 6.4-1
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Measure
Open door
Control lever 1 Í PAUSE ON.
Wait until the stop line has being printed (Fig. 6.4-1, 1).
Control lever 3 Ì a horizontal mark is generated (Fig. 6.4-1, 2).
Control lever 3 Í transport the chart forwards until the written
mark coincides with the time line when you release the lever.
Control lever 1 Í PAUSE OFF.
An adjustment mark (Fig. 6.4-1, 3) is set at the beginning of the
adjusted time line.
The recording can be switched on or continued.
Chart adjustment
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6.5
Removing a Fanfold Pack
The steps required to remove the fanfold pack from the chart carriage are
described below.
Step
1
2
3
1)
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Measure
Open door
Control lever 1ÍPAUSE ON (stop recording).
Use control lever 3 Í (chart high-speed) to transport the chart
forwards until the desired position has been reached.
4
Lift up the front flap of the chart carriage and swing out.
5
Hold fanfold pack in the middle and remove. Tear off along the
perforation in the case of a daily chart record.
6
Swing back front flap and latch in place.
7
Use control lever 3 Í (chart high-speed) to transport the chart
paper forwards until at least one sheet with the preferred fold
1)
direction lies flat on the floor of the chart carriage.
1)
8
Set the main time line (Section 6.4).
1)
9
Lever 1 Ì PAUSE OFF (start recording).
When removing the daily chart record
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6.6
Inserting a Fanfold Pack
When inserting fanfold paper, observe the symbols on the intermediate plate.
Step
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Measure
Remove chart carriage as described in Section 6.2.
If necessary, remove the guide tongue (Fig. 6.2-1, 7) as described in
Section 6.13 and take out the take-up spool (Fig. 6.2-1, 1).
Swing up the curved flap (Fig. 6.2-1, 5).
Insert fanfold pack horizontally into the chart supply trough such
that the longitudinal perforation is on the right when viewed from
the front.
Pull up three or four sheets of chart, swing back the flap and latch
in place.
Swing the chart guide (Fig. 6.2-1, 2) to the front.
Pull the chart paper underneath the chart guide and place onto the
pins of the transport roller (Fig. 6.2-1, 4). The time lines of the
chart paper must be parallel to the chart guide.
Press down chart guide.
Transport the chart paper forwards by rotating on the wheel of the
transport roller until at least one sheet with the preferred fold
direction lies flat on the floor of the chart carriage.
Insert chart carriage as described in Section 6.3 Inserting the Chart
Carriage.
Longitudinal holes present on right
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
10
0
501e-104
Fig. 6.6-1
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Servicing and Maintenance
6.7
Removing a Chart Roll
Step
1
2
3
Measure
Open door
Control lever 1 Í PAUSE ON (stop recording).
Use control lever 3 Í (chart high-speed) to transport the chart
forwards until the desired position has been reached.
4
Lift up the front flap of the chart carriage and swing out.
5
Remove the take-up spool (Fig. 6.2-1, 1). When removing a daily
chart record, cut off the chart using scissors.
6
Remove the black flange of the take-up spool, then remove the roll
from the mandrel. Replace flange and insert take-up spool.
7
Swing back front flap and latch in place.
8
Use lever 3 Í (chart high-speed) to transport the chart forwards
1)
until the beginning is grasped by the take-up spool.
1)
9
Set the main time line (see Section 6.4).
1)
10
Lever 1 Í PAUSE OFF (start recording).
1)
When removing the daily chart record
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6.8
Inserting a Chart Roll
When inserting a roll, observe the symbols on the intermediate plate.
Step
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Measure
Remove chart carriage as described in Section 6.2.
If necessary, insert the guide tongue as described in Section 6.14.
Observe the note at the end of this table.
Swing up the curved flap (Fig. 6.2-1, 5).
Insert roll into the chart supply trough such that the longitudinal
perforation is on the right when viewed from the front (Fig. 6.8-2).
Pull out the beginning of the chart paper, and swing back the curved
flap again.
Swing the chart guide (Fig. 6.2-1, 2) to the front.
Pull the chart paper underneath the chart guide and place onto the
pins of the transport roller (Fig. 6.2-1, 4). The time lines of the
chart paper must be parallel to the chart guide.
Press down chart guide.
Lift up the front flap (Fig. 6.2-1, 8) of the chart carriage and swing
out.
Insert the take-up spool (Fig. 6.2-1, 1) into the chart carriage such
that the black flange of the take-up spool is on the right side when
viewed from the front.
Press the take-up spool into the chart carriage until the pins slide
into the bearings.
Swing back the front flap and latch in place. The teeth then fit into
the take-up spool again.
Transport the chart paper forwards by rotating the wheel of the
transport roller until the beginning of the paper is grasped by the
take-up spool.
Insert chart carriage as described in Section 6.3.
Note
The side edges of the roll must be flat. If necessary, place the roll (Fig. 6.8-1)
on a flat surface with the concave edge downwards and press the convex end
flat.
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Fig. 6.8-1
Preparation of chart roll
Fig. 6.8-2
Chart carriage (equipped with roll)
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6.9
Moving Chassis into Maintenance Position
For certain operations (e.g. observing a longer section of chart with a full chart
roll) it can be advantageous to move the chassis to the maintenance position.
Step
1
Measure
Press the service lever to the left using your left index finger (Fig.
6.9-1), simultaneously grab the front flap of the chart carriage (Fig.
6.2-1, 8) at the bottom right using your right index finger and
thumb, and pull out of the latched position. When released, pull on
the left and right of the front flap until the chassis latches into the
maintenance position (Fig. 6.9-2).
503-196
Fig. 6.9-1
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Releasing the chassis
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1
2
3
503-168
Fig. 6.9-2
6.10
Chassis in maintenance position
Returning Chassis from Maintenance Position
Step
1
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Measure
Push service lever to left using your left thumb, and push back the
chassis on the left and right using your index fingers in the vicinity
of the knurled wheels (at top of chart carriage) until the chassis
latches in place.
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Servicing and Maintenance
6.11
Removing Chassis from Housing
The chassis must be completely removed from the housing e.g. to set the
instrument address.
Step
1
2
Measure
Move chassis into maintenance position as described in Section 6.9.
Loosen the chassis from the maintenance position by again pressing
the service lever Ì and simultaneously pulling to the front out of
the housing. If necessary, disconnect the plug of the ribbon cable
between the chassis and the basic electronics.
Note
The chassis contains modules on which electrostatic sensitive devices are
present. Observe the ESD guidelines!
1
+
2
3
1 Rotary switch S7
2 Rotary switch S6
3 Battery holder
503-169
Fig. 6.11-1
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Chassis removed, view onto rear
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Servicing and Maintenance
6.12
Inserting Chassis into Housing
Step
1
2
3
Measure
If the chassis has been disconnected from the basic electronics,
reconnect the plug of the ribbon cable to the chassis.
Observe the note at the end of this table.
Insert chassis into housing up to maintenance position. The chassis
latches into this position.
Move service lever Ì and push chassis completely into the rear
mounting position. It latches in at this position.
Note
You must always compare the serial Nos. (F-Nr.) on the chassis and on the
rating plate in the housing before inserting the chassis. Chassis from different
recorders must not be interchanged.
6.13
Removing the Guide Tongue
The guide tongue (Fig. 6.2-1, 7) must be removed when using fanfold paper.
Step
1
2
3
4
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Measure
Remove chart carriage as described in Section 6.2.
Lift up the front flap of the chart carriage and swing out. Remove
the take-up spool.
Place the chart carriage onto its rear. Hold the guide tongue using
your index finger and thumb. Press onto the latch of the guide
tongue using e.g. a ball-point pen and carefully pull out the tongue.
Insert chart carriage as described in Section 6.3.
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6.14
Inserting the Guide Tongue
The guide tongue (Fig. 6.2-1, 7) must be fitted for use with rolls. The tongue is
inserted into the base of the chart carriage.
Step
1
2
3
4
6.15
Labelling and Inserting the Measuring-point Label
Step
1
2
3
6.16
Measure
Bend the measuring-point label and pull out of the lateral guides of
the door.
Label the corresponding lines with the channel inscriptions.
Bend the label and latch into the lateral guides.
Removing the Recording Head
Step
1
2
3
4
150
Measure
Remove chart carriage as described in Section 6.2.
Lift up the front flap of the chart carriage and swing out. Remove
the chart paper.
Insert the wide end of the tongue into the opening in the base of the
chart carriage until the latch of the tongue fits in place.
Insert chart carriage as described in Section 6.3.
Measure
Use control lever 1 Í PAUSE ON (stop recording). Wait until the
pen carriage has reached the PAUSE position (75 %).
Remove chart carriage as described in Section 6.2.
Manually lower the recording head (Fig. 6.16-1) and pull out to the
front.
Insert recording head as described in Section 6.17.
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1
2
4
5 6
PAUSE
Buffer ON
3
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PAUSE
Buffer ON
3
4
5
6
1 2
503-181
Fig. 6.16-1
6.17
Inserting/removing the recording head
Inserting the Recording Head
Step
1
2
3
4
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Measure
Manually lower the mandrel of the carriage for the recording head
if applicable.
Plug the recording head onto the mandrel of the carriage in a
position where the interval between the numbers 1 and 2 points
downwards (Fig. 6.16-1), and latch in the recording head by
pressing gently.
Swing the recording head upwards into its mounting position.
Insert chart carriage as described in Section 6.3.
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6.18
Setting the Dialog Address
Step
1
2
3
4
5
Measure
Use control lever 1 Í PAUSE ON (stop recording).
Remove the chassis as described in Section 6.11.
Set a dialog address between 0 and 255 in hexadecimal code on
switches S7 and S6 (Fig. 6.11-1).
Insert chassis as described in Section 6.12.
Verify the dialog address using the STATUS menu.
The dialog address is entered in hexadecimal form.
Fig. 6.18-1
Coding of dialog address
Note
If you make the setting with the menu "S[*6], STATUS: Dialog address" open,
you can read the current setting of the dialog address on the display.
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Servicing and Maintenance
6.19
Replacing the Battery
Note
When replacing the battery for backing-up the clock, the recorder must not be
disconnected from the power supply for longer than approx. 5 minutes,
otherwise the time will have to be reset. Dispose of flat battery in correct
manner.
Step
1
2
3
4
5
Measure
Use control lever 1 Í PAUSE ON (stop recording).
Remove chassis as described in Section 6.11
Remove battery from holder (Fig. 6.11-1) and dispose of in correct
manner.
Connect the battery with the correct polarity.
Insert the chassis as described in Section 6.12.
Note
q
Ensure that the battery is connected with the correct polarity.
q
Do not recharge the battery, open it, or subject it to heat or fire.
q
Dispose of used batteries as toxic waste.
Refer to Section 7.1 for information on the type of battery used.
6.20
Replacing the Batteries in the IR Remote Control
Step
1
2
3
4
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Measure
Open rear of housing. To do this, gently press the slide in the center
and then remove in the marked direction.
Remove all batteries and dispose of in correct manner.
Insert 4 new batteries with the correct polarity.
Close the housing again by inserting the slide.
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Servicing and Maintenance
6.21
Replacing the fuse
Warning
q
Disconnect the recorder from the power supply before replacing the
fuse.
q
Only use fuses of the specified type and with the specified rating.
q
Do not use rewired fuses. Short-circuiting of the fuse holder is
impermissible.
Step
1
2
3
Measure
Unscrew the screw holder.
Replace the fuse.
Screw in the fuse holder again.
Refer to Section 7.5 for data on the fuse values.
6.22
Longer Pauses in Operation
6 months
If a pause in operation of longer than 6 months is envisaged, you should make a
complete printout of the recorder programming (Section 4.6.9). If the recorder
is fitted with a backup battery, this should be replaced when restarting (Section
6.19).
12 months
Following a pause in operation of longer than one year, it is necessary to insert
a new recording head (Section 6.16 and Section 6.17) in addition to the
previously described measures.
6.23
Cleaning the Display
The glass of the display can be cleaned using a soft, dry or damp cloth.
Commercially available glass cleaning agents may be used.
Note
Do not spray the glass directly.
Do not use acetone.
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Servicing and Maintenance
6.24
Error Messages
The recorder automatically displays the corresponding error message if faults
occur when switching on or during operation. A differentiation is made
between soft and hard errors.
6.24.1
Hard Errors
This error group means that a major instrument defect exists. The servicing
department must be contacted if the error occurs when the recorder is switched
on again. The recorder no longer functions correctly.
Table 6.24-1
Error messages, error group "Hard errors"
Error code in display
Meaning
** 1** EPROM
Checksum faulty
** 4** RAM
Read operation (0FFH)
** 5** RAM
Read operation (000H)
** 6** STACK
Not compensated (too high)
** 7** STACK
At top end
** 8** STACK
Not compensated (too low)
** 9** STACK
At bottom end
6.24.2
Soft Errors
This group contains errors which you can eliminate yourself or which are
eliminated automatically by the recorder. The error message is output on the
display until you press any key.
Error messages of
data memory
A checksum error has been detected during the cyclic test of the data memory.
The corresponding data have been initialized automatically.
Error 10
Error 11
Error 12
Error 13
Error 14
Error 15
Error 16
Error 17
Error 18
Error 19
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PROG: START table
PROG: Parameters (program PA or PB)
PROG: Chart
PROG: Text
PROG: Function
PROG: Term
PROG: Configuration
PROG: Interface
PROG: Digital input/output
PROG: Operating mode (mode MA or mode MB)
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Error messages
"Internal"
An internal processing error has been detected. Contact the servicing
department if this occurs repeatedly.
Error 20
Error 23
Error 24
Error 25
Error 26
Error 27
Error 28
Error 29
Clock correction faulty
Watchdog has triggered RESET
Data loss with power OFF (buffered RAM)
Power OFF was too short
RESET without power OFF
Data loss with power OFF (EEPROM)
Battery voltage too low
EEPROM can no longer be written
Error messages
"Recording"
Error 30
Error 31
Error 32
Error 33
Error 34
Data error in measured-value buffer
Zero lost twice in succession
End of chart
Measured-value buffer overflow
Major error in mechanics of pen carriage
Error message
"Recorder
configuration"
Error 40
Checksum of adjustment values invalid
Error messages
"Operation"
Error 50
Error 51
Error 52
Error 53 *)
Error 54 *)
Error messages
"Measure"
Error 60
Error 62
Error 63
Error 64
Error 66
Error 72
Error 74
Error 75
Command incomplete
Command parameter number faulty
Command parameter format faulty
Command parameter faulty
Command parameter does not correspond to recorder
configuration
Error 55 *)
Input disabled: current input stage
Error 56
Input disabled during data output (printing)
*) Only via PC interface
Error 76
Error 77
Error 78
Error messages
"Clock"
Error 90
Error 91
Error 92
156
Measured mains frequency < 47 Hz or > 63 Hz
Counted value buffer overflow
Conversion error; adjustment not possible
Reference measurement faulty
Measured value invalid; is ignored during further processing
Range jumpers do not correspond to PA/PB program
Adjustment values faulty
A math. function does not exist, or a channel-specific math.
function is assigned to a digital channel, or a general math.
function is assigned to an analog channel
Digital input/output not fitted
The math. function option is not possible
with this recorder
The max. permissible computing time for
a math. function has been exceeded
External synchronization pulses or mains pulses missing
Time faulty. Clock has been reset to:
00:00’00 01.01.95
Clock module missing or faulty
SIREC PU
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Servicing and Maintenance
6.25
Removal of Transport Protection
Step
1
2
3
4
5
Measure
Remove chart carriage as described in Section 6.2.
Remove the foam transport protection to the front.
Move mandrel for holding the recording head into the upper
position if necessary.
Connect power supply to recorder and set to the PAUSE status.
Insert recording head as described in Section 6.17.
Fig. 6.25-1
6.26
Chassis with transport protection
Insertion of Transport Protection
Step
1
2
3
4
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Measures
Set recorder to PAUSE status.
Lower recording head and remove.
Insert foam transport protection such that the mandrel is supported.
Insert the chart carriage as described in Section 6.3.
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158
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Technical Data
7
Technical Data
Note
Only values with tolerances or limits are guaranteed data. Values without
tolerances are informative data without guarantee obligation. The defined error
limits apply following a warming-up time of 30 minutes.
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Technical Data
Measuring functions
General data
Error in measurement
Number of channels
Electrical measuring ranges
Thermocouples
Additional functions
Channel isolation
Voltage endurance
Permissible potential
Detection of open-circuit
Max. source resistance
Input resistance
Input overload
Overload
A/D conversion
Measuring cycle
Measuring duration
Resolution
Common-mode rejection
Series-mode rejection
Error in measurement
Reference conditions
Ambient temperature
Relative humidity
Source resistance
Potential difference
Adjustment interval
Damping
Signal connection
Terminal size
160
Class 0.5 to DIN 43 782
6 analog, 6 digital
Adjustable according to Table 7-1
According to Table 7-1 in °C or K
6 freely-definable functions
Electrically isolated via semiconductors
See Table 7.9-1, protected with varistors
from protective earth conductor
Max. DC 24 V compared to PE conductor;
only measuring circuits with safe isolation
from power supply are permissible
60-mV range and TC
≥ 40 to 400 kΩ, dependent on input signal
100 kΩ in DC U 1 V, 10 V range
10 MΩ in TC range
50 Ω in DC I range
Max. 10 % of respective electrical startof-scale or full-scale value
Max. 24 V continuously in DC U/TC
range
Max. 40 mA continuously in DC I range
One common dual-slope converter
0.3 s with ≤3 channels,
0.5 s with ≥4 channels
20 ms with 50 Hz mains frequency
16 2/3 ms with 60 Hz mains frequency
14 bits
≥ 90 dB at rated frequency
≥ 60 dB at rated frequency
According to Table 7-1
(23 ± 2) °C
(55 ± 10) %
≤1 kΩ
≤1 V
≤ 12 months; an additional error of
0.01%/year must be expected with a
longer interval
1st order low-pass, 0 to 120 s, adjustable
2 screw terminals per channel
2
0.13 to 2.5 mm solid conductor
2
0.13 to 1.5 mm stranded conductor (with
sleeve)
Terminal designations to DIN 45 140
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Technical Data
Table 7-1
Measuring ranges
Measuring range
Resolution
1)
(linearization range)
Graphic /
numeric
-10 . . . +60 mV
-0.1 . . . +1 V
-1 . . . +10 V
-4 . . . +20 mA
J (Fe-CuNi)
-100 . . . +1000 °C
(-210 . . . +1000 °C)
K (NiCr-Ni)
-100 . . . +1370 °C
(-270 . . . +1370 °C)
R (Pt13Rh-Pt)
+100 . . . +1760 °C
(-50 . . . +1760 °C)
T (Cu-CuNi)
-100 . . . +400 °C
(-270 . . . +400 °C)
S (Pt10Rh-Pt)
+100 . . . +1760 °C
(-50 . . . +1760 °C)
N (NiCrSi-NiSi)
-100 . . . +1300 °C
(-200 . . . +1300 °C)
E (NiCr-CuNi)
-100 . . . +800 °C
(-270 . . . +800 °C)
B (Pt30Rh-Pt6Rh)
+600 . . . +1820 °C
(+0 . . . +1820 °C)
L (FeCu-Ni)
-100 . . . +900 °C
(-200 . . . +900 °C)
U (Cu-CuNi)
-100 . . . +560 °C
(-200 . . . +560 °C)
1)
Linearization range
SIREC PU
C79000-G7376-C195-04
Maximum (typ. 1/5) electric measuring error
Fel = Foffset + Frel + Ftemp + Fterminal
Foffset
2)
Frel
Ftemp
Fterminal
(% MV)
Reference value (23+2) °C
(% MV + const) / °C
°C, K
4 µV
0.06 mV
0.6 mV
1.2 µA
15 µV
0.2 mV
2 mV
5 µA
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.03
0.015 + 0 mV
0.015 + 0 mV
0.015 + 0 mA
0.015 + 0 mA
-
0.1 °C
0.4 °C
0.04
0.015 + 0 °C
0.8
0.1 °C
0.4 °C
0.04
0.015 + 0 °C
0.8
0.5 °C
1.8 °C
0
0.01 + 0.2 °C
0.6
0.2 °C
0.6 °C
0.04
0.015 + 0 °C
0.8
0.5 °C
1.8 °C
0
0.01 + 0.2 °C
0.6
0.2 °C
0.8 °C
0.04
0.015 + 0 °C
0.8
0.1 °C
0.4 °C
0.04
0.015 + 0 °C
0.8
0.6 °C
2 °C
0
0.01 + 0.2 °C
0.4
0.1 °C
0.4 °C
0.04
0.015 + 0 °C
0.8
0.2 °C
0.6 °C
0.04
0.015 + 0 °C
0.8
Measuring range with thermocouples with slightly
increased error at start-of-scale including overload
range
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Technical Data
2)
Measuring error
Foffset
Zero error
Frel
Increasing error
Ftemp
Temperature error at
increased ambient
temperature
Fterm
Error of terminal
temperature
measurement
7.1
Absolute value specified in table
Percentage specified in table (% MV) multiplied by the
value of the read measured value
Percentage specified in table (% MV) multiplied by the
value of the read measured value plus a constant (const)
specified as an absolute value, total multiplied by the value of
the temperature difference between the reference value (23+2)
°C and the ambient temperature
Absolute value specified in table for additional error with
direct connection of thermocouples
Operation, Displays
Display
Display mode:
alphanumeric
bargraphs
Characters per line
Character height
Operation
Real-time clock
Format
Deviation
Backup
162
Background-illuminated LCD
Measured values, messages, settings
Measured values
16 or 11, depends on display mode
6.5 or 13 mm, depends on display
mode
4 levers for basic functions and
servicing on recorder, IR remote
control for all setting data, menucontrolled
PC interface on front for all setting
data and measured values
Year, month, day, hour, minute,
second; 12/24-hour representation
Summer time/winter time switchover
via digital input/output
Max. 1 * 10-5
Via capacitor/battery (Lithium button
cell CR 2032) in event of power
failure approx. 36 months
without battery approx. 5 minutes
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Technical Data
7.2
Recording
Recording procedure
Chart drive
Chart speeds A, B
Recording system
Recording head
Colors
Recording length
Service period
Storage life
Recording head drive
Resolution
Pen carriage speed
Deviation of recording system
Recording width (including alarm
signal)
Alphanumeric recording
Character height
Characters per line
Character set
7.3
Discontinuous with intermediate
storage of measured values,
compensation of time offset
Step motor
1
1.25 2
2.5 5 mm/h
10 15
20 30
40 mm/h
50 60 100 120 150 mm/h
180 200 300 600 1200 mm/h
Replaceable fiber pens
Red, green, blue, violet, brown, black
Approx. 1800 m with normal climate
Approx. 6 months
Approx. 24 months in closed packing
Approx. 1 month in recorder with
normal climate
Program-controlled step motor
0.125 mm
Max. 125 mm/s
Fmech ≤ 0.3%
101 mm
Approx. 2.2 mm
53
ASCII, Greek alphabet and special
characters in 6 colors
Digital Input/Output
Digital inputs
Switching level
Input resistance
Digital outputs
Electronic version
Output current
Switching level
Ext. power supply
Current consumption
Relay version
SIREC PU
C79000-G7376-C195-04
4, electrically isolated via opto
isolators, passive
Low: ≤ 0.3 V, High: +8 V to +30 V
≥ 5 kΩ
6
Electrically isolated via opto isolators,
semiconductor switches, short-circuitproof, open collector, P-switching
Max. 150 mA
High: ext. voltage – 2 V
18 to 30 V DC
20 mA + output current DO1...DO6
Electrically isolated via relays,
floating switchover contacts
163
Technical Data
Switching voltage/current
Switching capacity
Contact life
50 V, 1 A
30 W or 60 VA
1 x 108 mechanical
3 x 106 at max. load
Connections
7.4
Subminiature plug, 25-pin, lockable
DC 24 V Output
DC 24 V output (option)
7.5
DC 24 V ±15%, 75 mA, short-circuitproof, safe isolation
Capacitive load ≤33 µF
Power Supply
1)
AC power supplies
Mains voltage
Frequency range
Power consumption
Fuse F1/F2
Fuse F1
AC 230 V +15 to -20 % (7ND3xxx-1xxxx-...)
AC 115 V+15 to -20 % (7ND3xxx-2xxxx-...)
AC 24 V +15 to -20 % (7ND3xxx-3xxxx-...)
47 to 64 Hz continuous
30 VA with options at each rated voltage
T 160 L 250 V to DIN 41662 for AC 115/230 V
T 1,25 L 250 V to DIN 41662 for AC 24 V
2)
DC power supply
Rated voltage
DC 24 V +20 to -15 % (7ND3xxx-4xxxx-...)
Power consumption 18 W with options at rated voltage
Fuse F1
T 1,25 L 250 V to DIN 41662 for DC 24 V
1)
Power supply unit switched on secondary side and with safe isolation
2)
Power supply unit switched on primary/secondary side and with safe
isolation
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Technical Data
7.6
Ambient Conditions
Climate
Tested to IEC 68-2-1/2
DIN EN 60068-2-1/2
Temperature
Operation
Storage/transport
Change in temperature
Operation
Storage/transport
Relative humidity
Operation
Storage/transport
Mechanical
Vibrations
Operation
Storage/transport
< 75 % at 25 °C, no condensation
< 75 % at 25 °C, no condensation
Tested to IEC 68-2-6
5 to 9 Hz: amplitude 3.5 mm
2
9 to 200 Hz: acceleration 10 m/s
5 to 9 Hz: amplitude 3.5 mm
2
9 to 500 Hz: acceleration 10 m/s
Tested to KWU AVS DD 7080.9
5 to 35 Hz:
Max. amplitude 10 mm,
2
max. acceleration 15 m/s
Shocks
Tested to IEC68-2-27 / DIN EN
60068-2-27
2
Half-sine: 150 m/s , (15g), 11 ms
Dropping
Storage/transport
Tested to DIN EN 60068-2-32
Height < 0.8 m (packed unit)
Mounting Position
To DIN 16257
Operation with roll
Operation with fanfold
7.8
Max. 10 K/h
Max. 20 K/h
Earthquake resistance
Operation
Operation
7.7
0 °C to +50 °C
-25 °C to +70 °C
Vertical -30° to +15°
Vertical -15° to +15°
Degree of Protection
To IEC 529 or EN 60529
Front with door
IP 54
Terminals, interfaces, plug connectors IP 20 (IP 53 option with cover)
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Technical Data
7.9
Electric Safety
According to low-voltage guideline 73/23/EEC to EN 61010-1, overvoltage
category II, degree of contamination 2 (IEC 1010-1, VDE 0411 Part 1)
Protection class
7.10
I
Electromagnetic Compatibility
The targets of the EMC guideline 89/336/EEC with respect to radio
interference suppression to EN 50081-1 and interference rejection to
EN 50082-2, as well as NAMUR recommendation NE 21 are observed.
Radio interference
Power supply
Table 7.10-1
Device-undertest
Instrument
Limit class B, measured according to
VDE 0875 Part 11 (CISPR 11)
Interference rejection: test conditions and response
Influencing variable Basic standard
Instrument
RF field AM
RF field PM
Magnetic field
Discharge
IEC 1000-4-8
Test condition Response 2)
1)
A
10 V/m
A
10 V/m
3)
A
IEC 1000-4-2
6 kV / 8 kV
IEC 1000-4-3
IEC 1000-4-3
Process,
measuring and
control lines
DC power inputs
RF cond. interference
Burst
Surge
RF cond. interference
Burst
Surge
Interruption
In-rush current
IEC 1000-4-6
IEC 1000-4-4
IEC 1000-4-5I
IEC 1000-4-6
IEC 1000-4-4
IEC 1000-4-5
IEC SC77BWG3
10 V
2 kV
4)
1 kV / 2 kV
10 V
2 kV
4)
1 kV / 2 kV
20 ms / 100%
≤ 15 Irated
A
A
B
A
A
A
A
-
AC power input
RF cond. interference
Burst
Surge
Interruption
In-rush current
Overshoots
IEC 1000-4-6
IEC 1000-4-4
IEC 1000-4-5
IEC SC77BWG3
IEC 555-3
IEC 555-2
10 V
2 kV
4)
1 kV / 2 kV
20 ms / 100%
≤ 15 Irated
A
A
A
A
-
Earth connection RF cond. interference
IEC 1000-4-6
Class D
10 V
A
1) 3V/m in the ranges 87...108, 174...230 and 470...790 MHz
2) A = class accuracy retained during effect
B = interference possible during effect
- = not relevant
3) Not relevant because of measuring and recording procedure used
4) 1 kV symmetric, 2 kV asymmetric
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Technical Data
7.11
Dimensions, Mounting
Dimensions
Recorder (h x w x d)
Mounting
Panel mounting
Desk and cabinet mounting
Distance between centers of two adjacent
instruments or one above the other
Front door
7.12
To DIN 43834-A-340
To DIN 43834-A-330
≥ 144 mm
Plastic with spring-loaded latch,
lock as option
Weight
Recorder
7.13
144 mm x 144 mm x 260 mm
Approx. 4.3 kg
Explanation of Error Data
The total error to be expected results from several types of error which in turn
depend on different influencing variables, the measuring mode, the recorder
programming and the recorder design. The recorders correspond to class 0.5 to
DIN 42782. The class accuracy of 0.5 does not mean that the error is always
within 0.5 % of the full-scale value or the span under all operating conditions.
It means that the error does not exceed 0.5 % of the reference value under
reference conditions.
The maximum range expansion permissible only results from the accuracy
required for a specific task. There are no recorder limitations for the range
expansion.
The maximum total error to be expected results from the total of the individual
errors. The actual error will generally be much smaller and typically approx.
1/3 of the maximum total error since it can be assumed that not all influencing
variables will have their most unfavourable values, and that some of the
influences will mutually cancel one another.
Maximum absolute total error: F = Fel + Fmech
Fel
See table of measured values
0.3 % x Left value - right value
Fmech =
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Technical Data
Example 1
Measuring range:
Left value:
Right value:
Actual measured value:
Ambient temperature:
Maximum absolute
total error:
+4 mA to +20 mA
+4 mA
+20 mA
15 mA
+28 °C (increase by 3 degrees compared to
reference value)
= 5 µA + 0.03% x 15 mA +
Fel
(0.015% x 15 mA + 0 mA) x3
= 16.25 µA
Fmech
= 0.35 % x 16 mA = 48 µA
F
= 16.25 µA + 48 µA = 64.25 µA
Example 2
Measuring range:
Sensor:
Connection:
Left value:
Right value:
Actual measured value:
TC
Thermocouple type J
Internal
+700 °C
+1050 °C
+750 °C
Ambient temperature:
+18 °C (reduction by 3 degrees compared to
reference value)
= 0.4 °C + 0.04 % x 750 °C +
Fel
0.015 % x 750 °C x 3 + 0.6 °C
= 1.64 °C
Maximum absolute
total error:
168
Fmech
= 0.3 % x 350°C = 1.05 °C
F
= 1.64 °C + 1.05 °C = 2.69 °C
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Scope of Delivery, Options, Accessories
8
Scope of Delivery, Options, Accessories
This chapter lists the scope of delivery, available options, accessories and
consumable material.
8.1
Scope of Delivery
The scope of delivery depends on the order.
Designation
Documentation
Leaflet "Parameterization – a concise overview"
Leaflet "Operation – a concise overview"
Installation Instructions
Order No.
C79000-M73xx-C198
1)
C79000-M73xx-C199
C79000-M7364-C200
Fuse F1/F2 for power pack AC 115/230 V
Fuse F1 for power pack AC 24 V
Fuse F1 for power pack DC 24 V
Cable grip for AC or DC 24 V design
Mains plug for AC 115/230 V supply
W79054-L1010-T160
W79054-L1011-T125
W79054-L1011-T125
C79195-Z122-K10
W79074-B2401-K3
Recording head, packed
7ND9001-8FB
Chart paper (1 off) according to order
Roll (with standard grid)
Fanfold pack (with standard grid)
C72452-A94-B212
C72452-A94-B266
2 clamps
C72165-A405-B176
1)
Blank labels for customer-specific
C79453-A3049-C126
extensions/ranges
C79453-A3049-C127
1)
Language code: xx 00 = German, 76 = English, 77 = French,
78 = Spanish, 72 = Italian
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Scope of Delivery, Options, Accessories
8.2
Available Accessories and Consumable Material
Designation
Documentation
Manual for SIREC PU
Supplement "SIREC PU with
mathematics"
Supplement "Application"
Leaflet "Parameterization – a concise
overview"
Leaflet "Operation – a concise overview"
Installation Instructions
Parts List
Order No.
1)
C79000-G73xx-C195
1)
C79000-M73xx-C120
1)
C79000-M73xx-C121
1)
C79000-M73xx-C198
1)
C79000-M73xx-C199
C79000-M7364-C200
C79000-E7363-C201
Catalog MP 20, "Flush-mounted recorders in E86060-K6020-A101-A1-7600
standardized cases"
Chart paper
Roll
Fanfold pack
C72452-A94-B212
C72452-A94-B266
Recording head, packed
7ND9001-8FB
Ruler with one scale
7ND9272-Z
Measuring-point label, unlabelled
C79165-A3029-B382
Battery for clock back-up
W79084L1002-B1
Recording unit
For fanfold paper
For rolls and fanfold paper
C72301-A20-A6
C72301-A20-A7
Take-up spool
Guide tongue
C72301-A20-B110
C72301-A20-C216
Jumper for input range
W79070-G2602-N2
IR remote control with batteries
7ND 9190-8AA
1)
Language code: xx
00 = German, 76 = English, 77 = French,
78 = Spanish, 72 = Italian
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Scope of Delivery, Options, Accessories
8.3
Available Options
The following options can be ordered separately and are fitted in the factory.
The options can also be ordered following delivery of the recorder. Retrofitting
must only be carried out by authorized servicing centers.
Designation
Digital input/output, electronic, including matching
plug (mounting part)
Digital input/output, relay, including matching plug
(mounting part)
DC 24 V output
PC cable
Adapter cable for PC interface,
with adapter (25 to 9)
SIPROM R - PU software
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Order No.
7ND9400-8BF
7ND9400-8BE
7ND9400-8BG
C79453-A3070-B104
7ND3620-1AA11
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Subject Index
9
Subject Index
--A-Accessing the menus 60
Adjusting the time line 140
Alarm 1 86
Alarm 2 86
Alarm marking 91
Application 13
Approved use 10
Available accessories and consumable
material 170
Available options 171
--B-Background 118
Block diagram 23
Brightness 118
Buffer 109
--C-Carriage position 116
Central processing unit 21
Channel 118
Channel # 81
Channel marking 91
Chart carriage 21
Chart Carriage
Inserting 139
Removing 138
Chart roll
Preparation 145
Chart Roll
Inserting 144
Removing 143
Chart speed M[0.0 68
Chart step 92
Chart, P[*3] 90
Chassis 20
in maintenance position 147
Moving into maintenance position
146
Removing from housing 148
Returning from maintenance
position 147
Chassis with transport protection 157
Cleaning the display 154
Code 105
Coding of dialog address 152
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Coding table 63
Color
Curve on the chart 89
Text on chart 97
Condition 82, 96
Configuration, P[*7] 105
Connection
of AC 24 V or DC 24 V 35
of analog channels #1 to #6 36
of mains supply 35
Connection guidelines 33
Connection of analog channels 36
Connection of power supply 34
Connection to the recorder 50
Contrast 118
Control lever 51
Control lever 2 137
Control lever functions 51
Control lever, P[7.9] 109
Control levers 22
in recording mode 52
in the MODE menu 53
in the STATUS, PROG or TEST
menu 53
with PAUSE 52
Copy, P[*10] 112
--D-Damping 88
Date 105
DC 24 V output 43
Delay time 110
Design and mode of operation 17
Dig. Input/Output, P[*9] 110
Dig./analog (1) measured-value
display 127
Dig./analog measured-value display
(3) 128
Digital (1) measured-value display
125
Digital (2) measured-value display
126
Digital input/output 40
Dimensions for installation 32
Display M[0.2] 70
Dot sequence M[0.3] 70
--E-Error messages 155
173
Subject Index
Error report 93
Event report, P[3.10] 94
Example
of connection for digital
input/output 42
of connection for two-wire
transmitter to the DC 24 V
output option 43
of mode of operation "Timer" 104
of the basic connections of the
channel inputs 37
Parameterization 120
--F-Fanfold Pack
Inserting 142
Removing 141
Feed (for event text) 97
Firmware version 29
Front view of recorder 18
Function 112
Functions, P[*5] 98
--G-General information 7
Graphic recording 129
Alarm markings, common alarm
130
Buffering of measured values 131
Channel markings 130
Chart formatting 129
Event texts 130
Time/date 129
Graphic Recording
Scale 129
Grid 93
Guide tongue
Inserting 150
Removing 149
--H-Hard errors 155
Housing 20
Hysteresis 87
--I-Information 97
Information on recorder specifying the
set power supply 34
Infrared remote control 22
Initialization, P[*11] 113
Input example "Hallo" 62
Installation guidelines 32
Instrument, channel, event texts 96
Interface, P[*8] 110
174
Interpolation 92
Interval marker, P[3.9] 94
Introduction 7
IR remote control 54
--J-Jumper settings 36
--L-Labelling and inserting the measuringpoint label 150
Language 108
Left value 86
Logging rate M[0.1] 69
Longer pauses in operation 154
--M-M[*1], MODE: Mode MB 73
M[*2], MODE: Print 73
Measured values 73
Measured-value acquisition 22
Measured-value display 124
Measuring and recording mode 123
Measuring range 28
Measuring range (adjust) 117
Measuring range (channel) 83
Measuring-point label 114
Mechanical preparation of recorder for
operation 33
Mode MA/MB 73
Mode MB 73
MODE menu 67
Module release version 28
Monthly report, P[3.11] 95
--N-Non-numeric inputs 61
Numeric inputs 61
Numeric recording 133
Buffering of measured values 135
Measured value 134
Symbol for alarm 135
Symbol for open-circuit 135
Symbols for measured-value trend
134
--O-Object version 28
Opening the dialog 55
Operand X1, X2 102
Operation 45, 101
Introduction 45
Options 24
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Subject Index
--P-P[*0], PROG: Protocol color 79
P[*1], PROG: START table 79
P[*10], PROG: Copy 112
P[*11], PROG: Initialization 113
P[*12], PROG: Print 114
P[*2], PROG: Parameters 81
P[*3], PROG: Chart 90
P[*4], PROG: Text 95
P[*5], PROG: Functions 98
P[*6], PROG: Term 100
P[*7], PROG: Configuration 105
P[*8], PROG: Interface 110
P[*9], PROG: Dig. Input/Output 110
Parameters, P[*2] 81
PC interface 50
Position of display and control
elements 46
Possible connections of the analog
channels 38
Preparation for operation 27
Principle menu actions and display 49
Print, P[*12] 114
PROG menu 74
Protocol color, P[*0] 79
--Q-Qualified person 8
--R-Rating plate 27
Rear view of recorder 19, 30, 31
Recorder components 20
Recorder identification 27
Recording head
Inserting 151
Inserting/removing 151
Removing 150
Recording threshold M[0.4] 71
Ref. frequency 108
Removal of Transport Protection 157
Replacing the battery 153
Response time 110
Right value 86
Rounding 89
--S-S[*0], STATUS: Clock 65
S[*1], STATUS: START table 65
S[*2], STATUS: Interface 65
S[*3], STATUS: Digital input/output
65
S[*4], STATUS: Instrument text 65
S[*5], STATUS: Version 66
S[*6], STATUS: Dialog address 66
S[*7], STATUS: Code 66
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S[*8], STATUS: Print 66
Scale output 90
Scope of delivery 169
Selection of a menu element 60
Service lever 137
Servicing and maintenance 137
Setting the dialog address 152
Signal 118
Soft errors 155
START table, P[*1] 79
START/STOP text 93
Starting up the recorder 44
STATUS menu 64
Summary
of menus 48
of MODE menu 68
of TEST menu 115
PROG menu 75
Symbols on the display and chart 133
SYNC output 106
Synchronization 106
--T-T[*0], TEST: Recording unit 116
T[*1], TEST: Adjust 117
T[*2], TEST: Indicator 118
T[*3], TEST: Diagnostic 119
T[*4], TEST: Service 119
Technical data 159
Ambient conditions 165
Degree of protection 165
Digital input/output 163
Dimensions, mounting 167
Electric safety 166
Electromagnetic compatibility 166
Explanation of error data 167
Mounting position 165
Operation, displays 162
Recording 163
Weight 167
Technical documentation 11
Term No. 101
Term, P[*6] 100
Terminating 56
Terminology for actions in the input
menus 47
TEST menu 115
Test print 116
Text No. 89
Text, P[*4] 95
Thermocouple connection 38
to external cold junction at 39
to external cold junction at any
temperature 39
Time 105
Time mark 107
Time marking 91
Timer 103
Trigger: Mode MA 80
175
Subject Index
Trigger: Mode MB 80
Trigger: Prog. PA 80
Trigger: Prog. PB 80
Trigger: START 79
Trigger: STOP 79
--W-Warning information 9
Weekly report, P[3.11] 94
176
--X-x|y values 99
x-range (functions) 98
--Y-y-dimension 99
y-reference 98
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