DL-40PSF
LEOPARD FAMILY
Large display option
0.8” red or green LED
Leopard Panel Meter
4 Digit 0.56” or 0.8” LEDs
in a 1/8 DIN CASE
An economically smart meter relay with
programmable scale factor and offset with
isolated 4 to 20 mA output retransmission capability
for measurement and control applications in a 96x48mm case.
Input Module Compatibility
General Features
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NOW FEATURING
OPTIONAL PLUG-IN
RELAY OR SSR
OUTPUT MODULES
✔ LEOPARD FAMILY: More than 45 different
Plug-in I-Series Input Signal Conditioners are
approved for Texmate’s Leopard Family of meters.
Some examples are shown on pages 10 - 12.
LEOPARD
See www.texmate.com for an up to date listing.
External transmitters or signal conditioners can be eliminated
by direct connection of the sensor output to more than
45 Plug-in Input Signal Conditioners that include:
– AC/DC Current – Pressure
– Resistance
– AC/DC Voltage – Process
– *Temperature
– Load Cell
– Prototype
– 4 to 20 mA
*See models DL-40H for higher accuracy digitally linearized
thermocouple and RTD
Optional isolated 16 bit analog output. User or factory scalable
to 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 20 mA or 0 to 10 V across any desired
digital span from ± one count to the full scale range of – 1999
to 9999 (12000 counts).
Auto-sensing AC/DC power supply. For voltages between
85-265 V AC / 95-370 V DC (PS1) or 15-48 V AC / 10-72 V DC (PS2).
24 V DC excitation is available to power external transmitters
and 5 or 10 V DC excitation is available for resistance bridge
type sensors such as Load Cells and Pressure Transducers.
Standard red or optional green or super bright red 4-digit LED
with display range –1999 to 9999 (12000 counts).
Red or green 0.8” LED large display option
Four annunciator LEDs provide front panel alarm status
indication for up to four setpoints.
Two 10 Amp Form C and two 5 Amp Form A relays, or
optionally four 5 Amp Form A relays are available.
Automatic intelligent averaging smooths noisy signals, while
providing a fast display response to real input signal changes.
Specifications
Input Specs: ..............Depends on Input signal conditioner
A/D Converter: ..........14 bit single slope
Accuracy: ..................±(0.05% of reading + 2 counts)
Temp. Coeff.: ............100 ppm/°C (Typical)
Warm up time: ..........2 minutes
Conversion Rate: ......5 conversions per second (Typical)
Display:......................4 digit 0.56" Red LED display (std),
0.56” or 0.8" Red, Green or Super
Bright Red (optn)
Range –1999 to 9999 counts.
Polarity: ....................Assumed positive. Displays – negative
Decimal Selection:....Front panel button selectable, X•X•X•X•
Positive Overrange:..Top segments of digital display flash
Negative Overrange: Bottom segments of digital display flash
Relay Output: ............Two 5 Amp Form A relays and two 10
Amp Form C, or 5 Amp form A relays.
Analog Output: ........Isolated 16 bit user scalable mA or V
AIC (mA out) ..........4-20 mA @ 0 to 500Ω max loop resistance
AIV (volts out) ..........0-10 V DC @ 500 Ω or higher resistance
Power Supply: ..........AC/DC Auto sensing wide range supply
PS1 (std) ................85-265 VAC / 95-370 VDC @ 2.5W max 3.5W
PS2 ........................15-48 VAC / 10-72 VDC @ 2.5W max 3.5W
Operating Temp.: ......0 to 60 °C
Storage Temp: ..........–20 °C to 70 °C.
Relative Humidity: ....95% (non condensing)
Case Dimensions: ....1/8 DIN, Bezel: 96x48 mm (3.78”x1.89”)
Depth behind bezel: 117 mm (4.61”)
Plus 11.8 mm (0.47”) for Right-angled
connectors, or plus 20 mm (0.79”) for
Straight-thru connector.
Weight: ......................6.5 oz., 8.5 oz when packed
Software Features
• Three-button programming from the front panel
(UP, DOWN and PROGRAM buttons).
• Three front panel selectable ranges.
• Front panel selectable four-level brightness control of digital display, and setpoint LEDs.
• Four programmable setpoints.
• Relay activation can be selected to occur above (HI) or below
(LO) each setpoint.
• Hysteresis setting for all four setpoints. Delay on make and
delay on break for SP1 and SP2.
• Peak and Valley. View and Reset.
Index
Case Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Component Layout . . . . . . . . . . . .8-9
Connector Pinouts . . . . . . . . . . . .7-8
Controls and Indicators . . . . . . . . . .2
Decimal Point & Brightness Selection 5
Digital Rescaling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Digital Rescaling Procedure . . . . . .4
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Digital Span Selection for Analog
Range Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Functional Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
General Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Glossary of Programming Symbols .2
Input Module Analog Calibration .13-14
Input Module Component Glossary .13
Input Module Compatibility . . . . . . .1
Input Signal Conditioning Modules 10-12
Lens Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Metal Surround Case . . . . . . . . . . .15
Ordering Information . . . . . . . . . . .16
Pin Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Setpoint & Relay Configuration Mode . . .6
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Software Features . . . . . . . . . . .
Software Logic Tree . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Two Point Analog Output Range
Setting and Calibration . . . . . . .
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Controls and Indicators
Front Panel Buttons
Setpoint
Annunciator
LEDs
Program
lockout
header
behind
face plate.
SP4
SP3
SP2
SP1
PROGRAM
BUTTON
UP ARROW
BUTTON
P
DOWN ARROW
BUTTON
Setpoint Annunciator LEDs
SP1 SP2 SP3 SP4
Program Button
The P button is used to move from one program step to the next.
When pressed at the same time as the
button, it initiates the
calibration mode.When pressed at the same time as the
button,
it initiates the setpoint setting mode.
Up Button
When in the operational display, pressing the
button alone,
allows you to view and reset the Peak and Valley (Highest and
Lowest Readings.)
When in the calibration mode or the setpoint setting mode the
button is used to increase the value of the displayed parameter.
Down Button
Program
lockout
header
behind
face plate.
When in the operational display, pressing the
button alone,
allows you to view, but not change, the setting of setpoint 1,2,3 & 4.
When in the calibration mode or the setpoint setting mode the
button is used to decrease the value of the displayed parameter.
Glossary of Programming Symbols
To explain software programming procedures, logic diagrams are
used to visually assist in following the programming steps. The following symbols are used to represent various functions and associated display elements of the meter:
When two displays are shown together with
bursts, this indicates that the display is
toggling (flashing) between the name of the
function and the value.
Explanation
Symbol
This symbol represents the OPERATIONAL
DISPLAY.
P
Text or numbers shown between square
[ScAL]
[9999]
This is the PROGRAM button.
brackets in a procedure indicate the programming code name of the function or the
value displayed on the meter display.
This is the UP button.
When the
This is the DOWN button.
and
buttons are shown
together, the display value can be increased
by pressing and releasing the
When a button is shown, press and
release it to go onto the next step in the
direction indicated by the arrow. When two
or more buttons are shown, each with an
arrow, this indicates that there is a number
of programming choices.
P
button
or decreased by pressing and releasing the
button.
When the
and
buttons are shown
with two displays, either display can be
selected by pressing and releasing the
or
buttons.
P
When two buttons are shown side by side
and enclosed by a dotted line, they must
be pressed at the same time then released
to go onto the next programming step.
When there are more than two display selec[LhLh]
[hLhL]
If the display is shown with XXXX it means
the value displayed will be the previously set
value. When a number is shown it indicates
the initial factory default setting or a specific
“example number”.
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tions they are shown in brackets below the
first display and are also selectable by pressing and releasing the
or
buttons.
A dotted box indicates these functions are
omitted or bypassed when the related hardware is not present
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Software Logic Tree
The DL-40PSF is an intelligent meter with a hierarchical software structure designed for easy programming and operation,
as shown below in the software logic tree.
After the meter has been powered up, the
four digits light up for three seconds and then
settle to the operational display indicating
the input signal.
MAIN MENU
Operational Display
Sub-menu
MODE
SETPOINT
VIEW ONLY MODE
PEAK & VALLEY
VIEW & RESET
Setpoint 1
(SP1)
SETPOINT SETTING AND
RELAY CONFIGURATION MODE
See Page 6
Calibration
Mode
Set Setpoint 1
(SP1)
Peak
Reset
PEAK
Setpoint 2
(SP2)
Calibration
Mode
DECIMAL POINT AND
BRIGHTNESS SELECTION
See Page 5
Delay-on-Make
(doM)
Valley
Decimal Point
(dp)
Reset
VALY
[X•XXX]
[XX•XX]
[XXX•X]
[XXXX•]
[XXXX]
DIGITAL
RESCALING MODE
See Page 4
Setpoint 3
(SP3)
TWO POINT ANALOG OUTPUT
RANGE SETTING AND
CALIBRATION
SEE PAGE 5
Delay-on-Break
(dob)
Display
Brightness (br)
Offset
Setpoint 4
(SP4)
[2]
[3]
[4]
Calibrate
Analog
Output
Lo
Scale
Factor
DIGITAL SPAN
SELECTION FOR ANALOG
RANGE OUTPUT
See Page 5
Hysteresis
(hYSt)
Setpoint 2
(SP2)
Calibrate
Analog
Output
Hi
Delay-on-Make
(doM)
Delay-on-Break
(dob)
15 Second Program Timeout
The meter has a 15 second program timeout. If
no buttons are pressed for 15 seconds, at any
stage of the programming sequence the meter
will exit the programming mode and return to
the operational display. Any program changes
that were made prior to pressing the P button
in the preceding step will not be saved.
Hysteresis
(hYSt)
Setpoint 3
(SP3)
Hysteresis
(hYSt)
NOTE: [dob] [dom] Functions are
only available for SP1 and SP2
Setpoint 4
(SP4)
Hysteresis
(hYSt)
Relays Activation [rLYS]
(H) High the relay energizes
when the setpoint is exceeded.
(L) Low the relay energizes below
the setpoint. Setpoint are indicated
from left to right SP1, SP2, SP3, SP4
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[LhLh]
[hLhL]
[hhhh]
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Digital Rescaling
The DL-40PSF meter may be rescaled without applying an external signal by changing the Offset and Scale factor.
Offset is the reading that the meter will display for a zero input. The Offset may be set to any value from -1999 to +9999. The default
value of the Offset is 000
Scale factor is the gain of the meter. The displayed reading is directly proportional to the Scale factor. The default value of the scale
factor is 2000, but it may be set to any value between -1999 and +9999.
For an input of 2V a calibrated meter will read 2000 with the default Scale factor of 2000, 3000 with a Scale factor of 3000 and 500
with a Scale factor of 500
If a linear scale is represented by mx + b, then the Scale Factor corresponds to the slope ‘m’ and the Offset corresponds to the
intercept ‘b’
The internal Signal Span is limited to 3 V DC between – 1 V DC to + 2 V DC. Outputs from an Input Signal Conditioning module that
exceed these limits will cause the meter to indicate overrange.
Note: Most input signal conditioners have provisions for analog calibration and scaling. If the meter’s digital Scale Factor is set to
2000 and Offset set to 0000 then, any pre-calibrated signal conditioner with an output that does not exceed – 1 V to + 2 V, will read
correctly in the meter without any further calibration.
Digital Rescaling Procedure
STEP A Enter the Calibration Mode
1) Press the P and
buttons at the same time.
Display toggles between [cAL] and [oFF].
2) Press the
or
button.
Display changes from [oFF] to [on].
3) Press the P button. Display toggles between [cAL] and [out].
MAIN MENU
Operational Display
Sub-menu
MODE
STEP B Select Between Calibration of Input or Output
Note: If the analog output option is not present, Step B is skipped and the
program goes directly from Step A to Step C.
1) Press the
or
button to select the display toggling from [cAL]
to [iP].
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [oFFS] and the
previous offset setting.
STEP C Set the Offset on the Digital Display
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the digital display to the
desired offset. This is the reading that the meter will display for a
zero input
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [ScAL] and the
previous Scale factor.
STEP A Calibration
Mode
DECIMAL POINT AND
BRIGHTNESS SELECTION
See Page 5
STEP B Calibration
Mode
TWO POINT ANALOG
OUTPUT RANGE SETTING
AND CALIBRATION
SEE PAGE 5
STEP D Set the Scale factor on the Digital Display
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the meter display to the
desired Scale factor. The default value is 2000, for which a 2V
input will read 2000. If the scale factor is changed the display will
change proportionately. Therefore if the Scale factor is changed to
1000 then for the same 2V input the display would read 1000.
3) Press the P button.
STEP C Offset
STEP D Scale
Factor
The Digital Calibration Procedure Mode is Now Complete.
The menu branches to the DECIMAL POINT AND BRIGHTNESS
SELECTION, (see page 5) and the display flashes [dP] and the previous decimal point selection.
DECIMAL POINT AND
BRIGHTNESS SELECTION
See Page 5
Decimal Point
(dp)
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Two Point Analog Output Range Setting and Calibration
STEP A Enter the Calibration Mode
1) Press the P and
buttons at the same time.
Display toggles between [cAL] and [oFF].
2) Press the
or
button. Display changes from [oFF] to [on].
3) Press the P button. Display toggles between [cAL] and [out] input calibration.
Note: If at this point the display skips directly to toggle between [oFFS] and the previous
[oFFS] setting, the software is detecting that the optional analog output hardware is NOT
installed.
MAIN MENU
Operational Display
Sub-menu
MODE
STEP A Calibration Mode
STEP B Enter the Analog [oUT] Output Mode
1) Press the P button. Display toggles between [cLo] and an internal scale factor.
STEP C Set or Calibrate the [cLo] Low Analog Output Range
1) Select the voltage or current loop output header position on the output
module. (See Component Layout on page 9).
2) Connect a multimeter to pins 16 and 17 on the output module. (See Rear
Panel Pinouts on page 8). Using the
and
buttons, adjust the analog
output to the desired low value as shown on the multimeter display.
cLo may be adjusted to any value from –0.3 mA to 17 mA (mA output
selected) or from –0.6 V to 8 V (volt output selected)
3) Press the P button. Display toggles between [cHi] and an internal scale factor.
STEP D Set or Calibrate the [cHi] High Analog Output Range
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the analog output to the desired high
value as shown on the multimeter display. cHi may be adjusted to any value
from 17 mA to 21 mA (mA output selected) or from 8 V to 10.3 V (volt output
selected)
2) Press the P button. The display exits the calibration mode and returns to
the operational display.
STEP B Calibration Mode
TWO POINT DIGITAL
CALIBRATION MODE
SEE PAGE 4
STEP C Calibrate Analog
Output Lo
STEP D Calibrate Analog
Output Hi
Note: Having established the Low and High range of the analog output, the digital span
can now be selected which will set the two digital points between which the analog output
will occur. (See Digital Span Selection below).
Decimal Point and Brightness Selection
STEP A Enter the Decimal Point and Brightness Mode Through the Sub Menu
[CAL] [oFF]
1) Press the P and
buttons at the same time.
Display toggles between [cAL] and [oFF].
2) Press the P button. Display shows previous [dp] selection.
DECIMAL POINT AND
BRIGHTNESS SELECTION
STEP E Decimal
Point (dp)
[X•XXX]
[XX•XX]
[XXX•X]
[XXXX•]
[XXXX]
STEP E Set the Decimal Point
1) Using the
and , adjust the display to the desired decimal point setting.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [Br] and the previous [Br] setting.
STEP F Set the Display Brightness
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired brightness
setting (4 is the brightest setting).
2) Press the P button. Display brightness changes to new setting and display
toggles between [Anhi] and the previous [Anhi] setting.
Digital Span Selection for Analog Range Output
STEP G Setting the Digital Span Point for Analog High Output
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired digital value
which sets the point at which the selected analog high output range will occur.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [AnLo] and previous [AnLo] setting.
STEP H Setting the Digital Span Point for Analog Low Output
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired digital value
which sets the point at which the selected analog low output range will occur.
2) Press the P button. The display exits the calibration mode and returns to
the operational display.
STEP F Display
Brightness (br)
[2]
[3]
[4]
DIGITAL SCALE AND SPAN
SELECTION FOR FULL SCALE
ANALOG RANGE OUTPUT
STEP G Analog
High (Anhi)
STEP H Analog
Low (AnLo)
Note: Any two digital scale points from –1999 to 9999 can be selected. The digital scale
points for analog high and analog low can be reversed for reversed 20-4 mA output. The
span of the digital scale can be as small as two counts however small spans cause the 16
bit D to A to increment in stair case steps.
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Setpoint Setting and Relay Configuration Mode
The following programming steps are required to enter the setpoint values and configure the relay
functions in a meter with four relays using four setpoints. Generally if less than four relays are
installed the software auto detects missing relays and deletes reference to them from the menu. In
some cases setpoints without relays are operational for display only purposes.
STEP A Enter the Setpoint Mode
1) Press the P and
buttons at the same time.
Display toggles between [SP1] and the previous [SP1] setting.
STEP B Set Setpoint 1 (SP1)
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired SP1 value.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [doM] and the previous [doM] setting.
STEP C Set the SP1 Delay-on-Make (doM) Delay Time Setting
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired [doM] value
(0 to 9999 seconds). The reading must continuously remain in an alarm condition
until this delay time has elapsed before the relay will make contact (energize).
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [dob] and the previous [dob] setting.
STEP D Set the SP1 Delay-on-Break (dob) Delay Time Setting
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired [dob] value (0 to 9999
seconds). The reading must continuously remain in an non-alarm condition until this
delay time has elapsed before the relay will break contact (de-energize).
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [hYSt] and the previous [hYSt] setting.
STEP E
Set the Hysteresis Setting for Setpoint 1
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired hysteresis [hYSt] value.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [SP2] and the previous [SP2] setting.
NOTE: Half of the Hysteresis value selected is applied above and below the setpoint.
MAIN MENU
Operational Display
STEP A
SETPOINT SETTING AND
RELAY CONFIGURATION MODE
See Page 6
STEP B Set
Setpoint 1 (SP1)
STEP C Delay on
Make (doM)
STEP D Delay on
Break (dob)
STEP E Hysteresis
(hYSt)
STEP F Setpoint 2
(SP2)
STEP G Delay on
Make (doM)
NOTE: Steps F, G, H and J have functionally the same procedure as steps B, C, D, and E shown above.
STEP
STEP
STEP
STEP
F
G
H
I
Set Setpoint 2 (SP2)
Set the SP2 Delay-on-Make (doM) Delay Time Setting
Set the SP2 Delay-on-Break (dob) Delay Time Setting
Set the Hysteresis Setting for Setpoint 2
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired hysteresis [hYSt] value.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [SP3] and the previous [SP4] setting.
STEP I Hysteresis
(hYSt)
Set Setpoint 3 (SP3) (No [doM] or [dob])
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired SP3 value.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [hYSt] and the previous [hYSt] setting.
STEP J Setpoint 3
(SP3)
STEP K Set the Hysteresis Setting for Setpoint 3
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired hysteresis [hYSt] value.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [SP4] and the previous [SP4] setting.
STEP K Hysteresis
(hYSt)
STEP J
STEP L
Set Setpoint 4 (SP4) (No [doM] or [dob])
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired SP4 value.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [hYSt] and 0.
STEP M Set the Hysteresis Setting for Setpoint 4
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired hysteresis [hYSt] value.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [rLYS] and the previous relay setting.
STEP N Set Relay Activation mode [rLYS]
(h) High the relay energizes when the setpoint is exceeded. (L) Low the relay energizes
below the setpoint. The setpoint is indicated from left to right SP1, SP2, SP3, SP4.
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the reading on the display to the desired
relay settings: [LLLL], [LhLh], [hLhL], [hhhh].
If only 2 relays installed [Lh--], [hL--], [hh--], [LL--].
2) Press the P button.
The meter exits the setpoint mode and returns to the operational display.
STEP H Delay on
Break (dob)
NOTE: [dob] [dom]
Functions are
only available for
SP1 and SP2
STEP L Setpoint 4
(SP4)
STEP M Hysteresis
(hYSt)
STEP N Relays
Activation [rLYS]
[LhLh]
[hLhL]
[hhhh]
The Setpoint Relay programming mode is now complete.
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Functional Diagram
Socket for Input Signal 1 3 5 7 9
Conditioning Module
2 4 6 8 10
INPUT MODULES
1
Output pins vary for different relay output modules.
100K
Input Hi
Input Lo
There are input
modules for almost
any input signal.
100K
+5VDC
-5VDC
2
3
4
5
6
Input and Output
pins vary for
different modules.
Smart Modules
incorporate their own
A / D converters and
communicate digitally
with the meter.
+24VDC
Analog Comm
Ref Hi
24 V Return
See section on
I-Series Input Modules
for connection details.
8
MOV
+5V
SP1
+5V
14 Bit
Single
Slope
A to D
+5V
5A
+5V
SP2
SP2 NO
MOV
SP2
28 NC2
10A
4
5
+5V
27 COM 2 & 4
6
7
8
MOV's
SP4
+5V
26 NO4
5A
9
25 NO1
10
24 NC1
10A
+5V
23 COM 1 & 3
MOV's
SP3
GND
+5V
22 NO3
5A
GND
Micro
Processor
9
10
3
ON
OFF
5A
29 NO2
2
SP1
Multiplexer
and
Buffer
Amplifier
+5V
GND
RELAY MODULES
1
+5 V
N/C
System GND
MUXO
MAIN BOARD
SP1 NO
0.1
0.1
CARRIER BOARD
PROCESSOR BOARD
DIM
Lock
Analog Output
Hold
N/C
SP4
SP3
GND
Display
Driver
21 LOCK
20 HOLD
11
Common
Mode Line
Choke
24V ISO RTN
Isolated
+
+24 VDC
+5 VDC
Switching
LC Filter
AC Line, 15
+ DC
Power
PTC for HI Voltage
Fuse for LO Voltage
DISPLAY BOARD
+5 VDC
Capture
Bridge
Rectifier
GND
-5 VDC
Supply
Controller
+18V
ISO
19 COMMON
Isolated
Analog
Output
Dual
or Single
+5VDC
18 DIM
17 - O/P
HEADER
SP4
SP3
SP2
SP1
No Conn. 12
AC Neutral, 14
– DC
ANALOG OUTPUT
Isolated Feed Back
GND
Volts
16 + O/P
mA
ANALOG
OUTPUT
–
+18 VDC ISO
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Chassis Ground Tab for Optional Metal Case
Connector Pinouts
Standard plug-in screw terminal connectors provided by Texmate:
Pinout Diagram
The Rear View of the Meter diagram shows the meter with the
relay configuration: dual 10 Amp Form C and dual 5 Amp Form
A relays. An analog output module is also shown as installed.
The DL-40PSF uses plug-in type screw terminal connectors for all
input and output connections. The power supply connections (pins
14 and 15) have a unique plug and socket outline to prevent cross
connection. The main board and input signal conditioner use rightangled connectors as standard. The output module uses straightthru connectors as standard.
WARNING: AC and DC input signals and power sup-
!
COMMON
DIM
21
20
19
18
ANALOG
OUTPUT –
ANALOG
OUTPUT +
HOLD
Relay Outputs
LOCK
ply voltages can be hazardous. Do Not connect live wires
to screw terminal plugs, and do not insert, remove or handle screw terminal plugs with live wires connected.
Input Signal – Pins 1 to 6
Pins 1 to 6 are reserved for the input signal conditioner.
See the data sheet for the selected input signal conditioner.
Pins 8 to 12 – Relay Output Pins
Note: If relays for setpoints 1 & 2 are installed on the
main board, and a relay output module is used that also
has relays in the setpoints 1 & 2 positions, the duplicate
relays will operate in unison.
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
8
9
10
11
12
SP1 NO.
SP1 NO. Normally Open 5 Amp Form A.
SP2 NO.
SP2 NO. Normally Open 5 Amp Form A.
NO CONNECTION.
Pins 14 and 15 – AC/DC Power Input
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
17
16
14
15
See Leopard Family Input
Signal Conditioning Modules
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
10
11
SP1 SP1 SP2 SP2
NO NO NO NO
12
AC
AC
Neutral Line
– DC + DC
Auto-sensing AC/DC power supply. For voltages between
85-265 V AC / 95-370 V DC (PS1) or 18-48 V AC / 10-72 V DC (PS2).
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Auto-sensing AC/DC power supply. For voltages between
85-265 V AC/95-370 V DC (PS1) or 18-48 V AC/10-72 V DC (PS2).
Pin 14 AC/DC Neutral. Neutral power supply line.
Pin 15 AC/DC line. Live power supply line.
Optional Carrier Board Output Pins
Pins 16 and 17 – Analog Output
Pins 16 and 17 are the analog output pins on the optional
output module. Their pin definitions are:
Pin 16 Positive (+) analog output.
Pin 17 Negative (–) analog output.
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Connector Pinouts continued
Pins 18 to 21 – Rear Panel Function Pins
Pins 18 to 21 provide functions that can be implemented
with an external switch. Their pin definitions are:
Pin 18 DIM. By connecting the display dim (DIM) pin to
the COMMON pin, the display brightness setting
is halved.
Pin 19 COMMON. To activate the LOCK or DIM
functions from the rear of the meter, the
respective pins have to be connected to the
COMMON pin. This pin is connected to the
internal power supply ground.
Pin 20 HOLD. By connecting the HOLD pin to the
COMMON pin, the displayed reading is frozen,
however, A/D conversions continue. When the
HOLD pin is disconnected from the COMMON
pin, the correct reading is displayed.
Pin 21 LOCK. By connecting the LOCK pin to the
COMMON pin, the meter's programmed
parameters can be viewed but not changed.
Pins 22 to 29 – Output Module Pins
Relay Modules with 4 Independent 400V
(210mA DC only) or (140mA AC/DC) SSRs
DL Series
SP4
SP3
Relay Modules with 2 Non-Isolated 5A Form A Relays,
and 2 Non-Isolated 10A Form C Relays
DL Series
SP2
29
SP4
28
27
28
27
26
OR52,
OR62
OR53,
OR63
OR54,
OR64
24
23
22
Options
SP4
SP1
SP2
SP3
-
-
10A
OR12
10A
-
10A
-
OR23
10A
5A
10A
-
OR14
10A
5A
10A
5A
OR15
-
5A
10A
5A
OR16
-
5A
10A
-
SP1
24
23
Options
SP3
SP2
SP4
OR51,
OR61
25
25
OR11
-
DL Series
SP4
29
26
Order Code
SP3
Relay Modules with 4 Isolated 5A Form A Relays
SP2
Order Code
SP1
SP3
SP2
SP1
22
29
SP1
28
27
Order Code
SP4
26
25
24
23
Options
SP3
SP2
22
SP1
-
-
-
210mA,
140mA
OR31
-
-
-
5A
-
-
210mA,
140mA
210mA,
140mA
OR32
-
-
5A
5A
-
210mA,
140mA
210mA,
140mA
210mA,
140mA
OR33
-
5A
5A
5A
210mA,
140mA
210mA,
140mA
210mA,
140mA
210mA,
140mA
OR34
5A
5A
5A
5A
Component Layout
Relay
Module
Output
Carrier
Board
Analog
Output
Module
Input Signal
Conditioner
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Main
Board
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Component Layout continued
Display Board – Front View
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
LOCK
ON
SP4
OFF
LOCK
SP3
SP2
SP1
ON
OFF
0.56" LED Display Board - Front View
High Volt Main Board
0.8" LED Display Board - Front View
Low Volt Main Board
LV
Low Voltage
Transformer is
Colored Black
HV
High Voltage
Transformer is
Colored Grey
LOW VOLTS MODULE
HIGH VOLTS MODULE
Bottom View of
Output Module Carrier Board
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I-Series Input Signal Conditioning Modules
Many additional input modules are available and others are constantly being developed. Check with your local distributor or www.texmate.com
for updated information.
Pre-calibrated I-Series input modules, that have span or zero potentiometers, can be interchanged between any I-Series compatible meter,
without recalibration, because all of the analog scaling and reference circuitry is self-contained within the module. Where appropriate, all the
standard ranges shown are designed to be header selectable by the user, and Texmate's unique SPAN ADJUST Header facilitates scaling to
almost any required engineering unit. See Input Module Component Glossary and Calibration on pages 13 and 14. Also see Two Point Digital
Calibration and Digital Calibration on page 4.
Unless otherwise specified Texmate will ship all modules pre-calibrated with factory preselected ranges and/or scalings as shown in BOLD
type. Other pre-calibrated standard ranges or custom ranges may be ordered. Factory installed custom scaling and other custom options are
also available (see Ordering Information, Special Options on last page).
Symbols Indicate Module Compatibility Within Meter Families
TIGER Family
TIGER Family
TIGER Family
LEOPARD Family
LEOPARD Family
LEOPARD Family
IA06: AC Volts True RMS, 300/600V AC
300C
AC V RMS HI
600 V
MODEL SPECIFIC
SOME MODELS
ALL MODELS
TIGER
300 V
LYNX Family
LYNX Family
LYNX Family
LEOPARD
WARNING:
AC and DC input signals and power supply
voltages can be hazardous. Do Not insert, remove or handle
modules with live wires connected to any terminal plugs.
!
SPAN
LYNX
IA07: AC Volts True RMS, 200mV/2V/20V AC
IA01: AC Volts Scaled RMS, 200/600V AC
123A
L
369B
N
600V
TIGER
2 V / 20 V RMS
PIN 1
TIGER
PIN 2
200V
LEOPARD
LEOPARD
LYNX
LYNX
IA02: AC Volts Scaled RMS, 200mV/2V/20V AC
IA08: AC Milliamps True RMS, 2/20/200mA AC
370B
140A
ACV-LO
TIGER
TIGER
PIN 1
2 / 20 / 200 mA
RMS
PIN 2
20V
LEOPARD
LEOPARD
2V
0.2V
LYNX
LYNX
IA03: AC Milliamps Scaled RMS, 2/20/200mA AC
280A
HI
IA09: AC Amps True RMS, 1 Amp AC
IA11: AC Amps True RMS, 5 Amp AC
301B
AC mA
AC AMPS RMS
TIGER
LO
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Primary
AC Current
Fully User Scalable
LO RANGE HI
TIGER
ACmV
LO
LEOPARD
Fully User Scalable
LYNX
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ACmV
ACI
LYNX
HI
< Increase Span Decrease >
LEOPARD
285A
065D
< Increase Span Decrease >
LO
HI
1A
Secondary
CT
TIGER
Fully User Scalable
IA10: AC Millivolts, Scaled RMS, 100mV AC
IA04: AC Amps Scaled RMS, 1 Amp AC
IA05: AC Amps Scaled RMS, 5 Amp AC
AC AMPS
Primary
AC Current
LYNX
LYNX
+
LEOPARD
200mA
+
20mA
LEOPARD
+
2mA
1 A Shunt
1A/5A
Secondary
CT
TIGER
AC mA
LO RANGE HI
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I-Series Input Signal Conditioning Modules
IA12: AC Millivolt RMS Sigma Delta
371A
ID07: DC Milliamps, 2/20/200mA DC with Offset
and 24V Exc
141E
HI
ACmV RMS
24V
Exc
LEOPARD
ON
TIGER
IP07
LO
24V Exc
OFF
2mA
20mA
200mA
TIGER
DCmA
PIN 1
PIN 2
LEOPARD
IP07
Offset
< Increase Span Decrease >
LYNX
ID01: DC Volts, 2/20/200V/Custom w/24V DC Exc
0
_
LYNX
+
IF02: Line Frequency
090D
269D
24V Exc
OFF
24V
Exc
TIGER
IF06
ON
Custom
200V
20V
2V
TIGER
IP07
100 to 140VAC
LEOPARD
IP07
LEOPARD
Frequency to Voltage Conversion
< Increase Span Decrease >
ZERO
SPAN
LYNX
LYNX
ID02: DC Millivolts, 20/50/100/200mV DC w/24V DC Exc
IGYZ: Universal Direct Pressure (Absolute or Differential/Gage)
See below for ordering code options
142A
200
100
50
20
TIGER
OFF
ON
TIGER
332D
24V EXC
DCmV
24V
Exc
ABSOLUTE / DIFFERENTIAL
PRESSURE
LEOPARD
LEOPARD
LYNX
< Increase Span Decrease >
LYNX
Direct Pressure (IGYX, IGYY & IGYZ) Ordering Code Options
ID03: DC Milliamps, 2/20/200mA DC w/24V DC Exc
I
G
141E
DCmA
ON
24V
Exc
Sensor
Range
24V Exc
OFF
2mA
20mA
200mA
TIGER
IP07
LEOPARD
IP07
< Increase Span Decrease >
LYNX
CH2
Order
Code
1 psi Absolute
A
A
1 psi Differential
B
B
5 psi Absolute
C
C
5 psi Differential
D
D
15 psi Absolute
E
E
15 psi Differential
F
F
30 psi Absolute
G
G
30 psi Differential
H
H
100 psi Absolute
J
J
100 psi Differential
K
K
For Universal Direct Pressure
IGYZ, the last digit of order
code is always Z.
IP01: Process Loop, 4-20mA
IP02: Process Loop, 4-20mA with 24VDC EXC
Other devices can be
added to the loop.
065D
< Increase Span Decrease >
DC AMPS
LEOPARD
LO RANGE HI
ID05: DC Volts 2/20/200/Custom V DC with Offset
and 24V Exc.
+
LYNX
< Decrease Zero Increase >
_
24V
Common
External
Loop Supply
ON
OFF
HI
Range
Fully User Scalable
PIN 2
24V EXC
LEOPARD
TIGER
+
TIGER
091E
Offset
0
_
ID04: DC Amps, 5A DC
ID09: DC Amps, 1A DC
LYNX
CH1
Order
Code
For Single Channel IGYX
with two digital inputs,
the last digit of order code
is always X.
LO
< Decrease Span Increase >
Fully User Scalable
IP03: Process Input, 1-5V DC with Offset, 24V Exc
090D
091E
250Ω
< Decrease Zero Increase >
+24 V
ON
OFF
HI
Range
< Increase Span Decrease >
+
PIN 2
Offset
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Common
_
LEOPARD
IPO7
0
_
LYNX
1 to 5V
Offset
24V EXC
LEOPARD
IP07
PROCESS 1 to 5V DC
+ 1 to 5V Input
+
OFF
TIGER
IP07
ON
24V
Exc
Custom
200V
20V
2V
TIGER
IP07
4/20mA
0
_
24V Exc
LYNX
Fully User Scalable
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< Decrease Span Increase >
LO
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I-Series Input Signal Conditioning Modules
IP07: Universal Process Input
2V/5V/10V/20V/200V/2mA/20mA/Custom
IS05: Pressure/Load Cell 20/2mV/V, 5/10V Exc 4-wire
224C
24V EXC
HI
TIGER
24V
Exc
Process input
mV/V
PRESSURE
2
EXC
10V
5V
EXT
LEOPARD
IS02
RANGE
HI
LO
Requires Digital Calibration
244C
Pressure Transducer
or Load Cell
20
Custom
20mA
2mA
200V
20V
10V
5V
2V
LEOPARD
TIGER
IS02
ON
CURRENT
VOLTAGE
LO
OFF
UNIVERSAL PROCESS
LYNX
FX-B101Q
LYNX
IPT1: Prototype Board for Custom Design
IS06: Pressure/Load Cell Ext Exc., 20/2mV/V, 4-wire
195C
244C
For multiple pressure transducers
TIGER
2
1
4
3
6
5
8
2
7
9
12
11
14
13
16
15
18
17
20
EXC
10
LEOPARD
IS04
LYNX
IR02: 3 wire Potentiometer 1KΩ min (0-F.S.)
273A
+
5 V or 10 V External Power
Supply Drift is Ratiometrically
Compensated by Module
IS07: Pressure/Load Cell Ext Exc. High Impedance,
20/2mV/V, 4/6–wire
277A
For multiple pressure transducers
POTENTIOMETER
TIGER
TIGER
Excitation is 1mA
Up to 50Ω resistance in each
lead can be compensated
4 wire
3 wire
4 wire
LYNX
187C
LEOPARD (IR05)
IT06: Thermocouple, J Type (0-1400 ˚F)
IT08: Thermocouple, J Type (0-760 ˚C)
LINEARISATION IS ANALOG
3 wire
4 wire
Conformity error to NIST tables (at 25°C)
LEOPARD
IS01: Strain Gage 5/10VDC Exc., 20/2mV/V, 4/6-wire
IS02: Pressure/Load Cell
5/10VDC Exc., 20/2mV/V, 4/6-wire
151A
PRESSURE
271D
J/K THERMOCOUPLE
T/C +
T/C –
TIGER
IT01
3 wire
Pressure Transducer
LIN
3 wire
LINEARISATION IS ANALOG
Typical accuracy is
±(0.3% + 1 digit)
IR04: Resistance 2KΩ (Lynx only)
IR05: Resistance 2KΩ (Leopard only)
4 wire
LEAD
COMP
Pt-100Ω
RTD
LEOPARD
LYNX
2 wire
187C
RTD
TIGER
IT02
1KΩ Minimum
1MΩ Maximum
LYNX (IR04)
Exc
IT03: RTD, 100Ω Pt. 2/3/4-wire (-200 to 800°C)
IT04: RTD, 100Ω Pt. 2/3/4-wire (-200 to 1470°F)
IT05: RTD, 100Ω Pt. 2/3/4-wire (-199.9 to 199.9°F)
IT14: RTD, 100Ω Pt. 2/3/4-wire (-199.9 to 199.9°C)
Gnd
LEOPARD
10V
Exc
4W
TIGER
5V
273A
POTENTIOMETER
2
IR03: Linear Potentiometer 1KΩ min
6W
< Increase Span Decrease >
Input
20
mV/V
External
Power
Supply 5V or 10V
100% Signal Span 1 K = 2000
LYNX
Digital Scaling
Pressure Hi Impedance
ZERO
LEOPARD
1KΩ Minimum
1MΩ Maximum
LEOPARD
RANGE
HI
LO
LYNX
–
10V
5V
EXT
LEOPARD
mV/V
PRESSURE
TIGER
IS04
J
J
K
K
±(2 ˚C + 1 digit) typical
±(4 ˚F + 1 digit) maximum
±(3 ˚C + 1 digit) typical
±(5 ˚F + 1 digit) maximum
LINEARITY
ZERO
SPAN
LYNX
IT07: Thermocouple, K Type (0-1999 °F)
IT09: Thermocouple, K Type (0-1260 °C)
272D
TIGER
LINEARISATION IS ANALOG
2
20
mV/V
T/C +
T/C –
TIGER
IT01
EXC
LEOPARD
J/K THERMOCOUPLE
10V
5V
Conformity error to NIST tables (at 25°C)
4W
6W
LEOPARD
IS04: Pressure/Load Cell Ext Exc., 20/2mV/V, 4/6–wire
150A
For multiple pressure transducers
TIGER
mV/V
2
5V
10V
6W
4W
EXC
20
LEOPARD
External
Power
Supply 5 V or 10 V
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J
J
K
K
±(2 °C + 1 digit) typical
±(4 °F + 1 digit) maximum
±(3°C + 1 digit) typical
±(5 °F + 1 digit) maximum
LINEARITY
ZERO
SPAN
LYNX
For higher accuracy digitally linearized RTD (P385 or P392) and
Thermocouples (J/K/R and T), see the special Leopard Temperature
meters DL-40H(1/8 DIN) and BL-40H(1/16 DIN) which use only two
special thermocouple modules which are not compatible with regular
Leopard Family meters.
IT-10
Thermocouple J/K/R/T, °C/°F, 1°/0.1° resolution
User Selectable Accuracy ±0.05% + 2 digits.
IT-11
RTD 100Ω Pt , 3/4 wire, °C/°F, 1°/0.1° resolution
User Selectable Accuracy ±0.05% + 2 digits.
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Input Module Component Glossary
Input and Output Pins
HI
ZERO OFFSET RANGE Header
On most modules Pin 1 is the Signal High input
and Pin 3 is the Signal Low input. Typically Pin 2 is
used for Excitation Voltage output.
24V
Exc
LO
—
24V EXC
24V DC Output Header
ON
OFF
When provided, this three position header increases the ZERO pot’s capability to offset the input signal, to ±25% of the digital display span. For example a Negative offset enables a 1 to 5V input to
display 0 to full scale.The user can select negative
offset, positive offset, or no offset (ZERO pot disabled for two step non-interactive span and offset
calibration). Zero Offset Range Header
Offset
+
0
—
+
0
N
O
On some modules this header enables a 24V DC
25mA (max) Excitation/Auxiliary output to be connected to Pin 2.
FF
O
NEGATIVE OFFSET
Decreases Digital Reading
INPUT RANGE Header
Range values are marked on the PCB.Typically two
to four positions are provided, which are selected
with either a single or multiple jumper clip. When
provided, a custom range position is only functional
when the option has been factory installed.
Custom
200V
20V
2V
ZERO Pot%
– 100% of Offset
Offset Range
≈ – 500 Counts
–
Equivalent
Circuit
POSITIVE OFFSET
Increases Digital Reading
– 0 +
No
Offset
Zero Pot
Disabled
0
+ 100% of Offset
≈ + 500 Counts
0
15 Turn Potentiometer
+
15 Turn Potentiometer
ZERO ADJUST Header
SPAN ADJUST Header
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3
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< Increase Zero Decrease >
This unique five-position header expands the
adjustment range of the SPAN pot into five equal
20% steps, across 100% of the input Signal Span.
Any input Signal Span can then be precisely
scaled down to provide any required Digital
Display span from 1999 counts to 001 (one count).
< Increase Span Decrease >
4
nc
5 4
5
SPAN
Turn Clockwise to
Increase Reading
<I
If provided, the 15 turn SPAN pot is always on the
right side (as viewed from the rear of the meter).
Typical adjustment is 20% of the input signal range.
To the
Right Rear
e>
SPAN Potentiometer (Pot)
4 5
Zero Offset Range Header
POSITIVE OFFSET
NEGATIVE OFFSET
54
ZERO Pot %
< Decrease Span Increase >
Equivalent
Circuit
1
2
3
4
5
SPAN Pot %
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
Signal Span %
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
5
SPAN RANGE Header
When this header is provided it works in conjunction with the SPAN ADJUST Header by splitting its
adjustment range into a Hi and a Lo range. This
has the effect of dividing the adjustment range of
the SPAN pot into ten equal 10% steps across
100% of the input Signal Span.
HI
Range
LO
Span Adjust Header
12
3
Span Adjust Header
4 5
LO
< Decrease Span Increase >
1
2
3
SPAN Pot %
10%
10%
10%
Signal Span %
10%
20%
30%
12
HI
3
4 5
Span Range Header
< Decrease Span Increase >
LO RANGE
SPAN Adjust
Header position
4
HI RANGE
5
1
10%
10%
10%
10%
2
10% 10%
3
4
10%
5
40%
50%
60%
70%
80% 90%
100%
Equivalent
Circuit
Acts like a
150 Turn
Potentiometer
Input LO
Low Range
High Range
Input HI
ZERO Potentiometer (Pot)
To the
Left Rear
ZERO
Turn Clockwise to
Increase Reading
4
3
2
12
– 0 +
No
Offset
1
–20% –20% –20% –20% –20%
3
4 5
< Decrease Zero Increase >
1
2
3
4
5
Zero Pot
Disabled +20% +20% +20% +20% +20%
–1200 or more counts
–
+1200 or more counts
0
75 Turn Potentiometer
Input
HI
Acts like 75 Turn 1 Mega ohm Potentiometer
Input LO
HI
2 1
0
+
75 Turn Potentiometer
Input Module Analog Calibration
Equivalent
Circuit
LO
3
< Increase Zero Decrease >
ZERO Adjust
Header position
Offset Range
SPAN Adjust
Header position
When this header is provided, it works in conjunction with the ZERO OFFSET RANGE Header, and
expands the ZERO pot’s offset capability into five
equal negative steps or five equal positive steps.
This enables virtually any degree of input signal
offset required to display any desired engineering
unit of measure.
If provided, the ZERO pot is always to the left of
the SPAN pot (as viewed from the rear of the
meter). Typically it enables the input signal to be
offset ±5% of full scale (-100 to +100 counts).
≈ – 100 Counts
–
0
+
15 Turn Potentiometer
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≈ + 100 Counts
In addition to the analog calibration capabilities that enable many modules to be
interchanged between different meters without loss of accuracy the Leopard
Family of meters have enhanced Digital Calibration functions. See Page 4
Basic standard range calibration of direct reading
modules that utilize either Auto Zero or a ZERO
pot, an INPUT RANGE Header and or a SPAN pot.
1 If the module has an INPUT RANGE Header, reposition the
jumper clip to select the desired input signal range.
2. Apply a zero input or short the input pins. The display will auto
zero, or if the module has a ZERO pot, it should be adjusted until
the display reads zero.
3 Apply a known input signal that is at least 20% of the full scale
input range and adjust the SPAN pot until the display reads the
exact input value. For negative inputs, Leopard Family Meters will
display negative overrange at 50% of full scale range.
4 Decimal Points.The selection or positioning of decimal points has
no effect on the calibration of the modules
Wide range scaling, in engineering units not requiring offsets, with modules that utilize auto-zero or a
ZERO pot, a SPAN RANGE Header and or a SPAN
ADJUST Header.
Texmate’s unique SPAN ADJUST and SPAN RANGE Headers provide the circuit equivalent of an ultra-precision one megohm 75 or
150 turn potentiometer that can infinitely scale down any Input
Signal SPAN to provide any full scale Digital Display Span from
1999 (counts) to 001 (one count).
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Input Module Calibration Procedures Continued
If the module has an INPUT RANGE Header, and the required full
scale Digital Display Span (counts) is to be larger than the directly
measured value of the input Signal Span, then the next lower range on
the INPUT RANGE Header should be selected. The resulting over
range Signal Span is then scaled down, by selecting the position of the
SPAN RANGE Header and or the SPAN ADJUST Header, which will
reduce the input Signal Span to a percentage, that the required Digital
Display Span can be reached by calibration with the SPAN pot.
Example A: 0 to 10 V to read 0 to 1800 gallons.
Signal Span = 10V, Digital Display Span = 1800 counts
Signal Span = 4V, Digital Display Span = 1600 counts
1 If the module has an INPUT RANGE Header the 2 V position should
be selected. This will provide a digital display of 1600 counts for an
input of 1.6 V which is (1.6 ÷ 4) = 40% of the examples 4 V signal
span. To scale down the Signal Span to 40% select the 40% Signal
Span position on the SPAN ADJUST Header (position 2).
2 If the module is a Process Input 1-5 V DC type, select the (Hi Range)
position on the SPAN RANGE Header and the 100% Signal Span
position on the SPAN ADJUST Header (position 5, max increase).
This will provide a digital display of 1600 counts for an input of 4V
which is 100% of the examples 4V Signal Span.
1 Select the 2 V INPUT RANGE Header position. This will provide
a digital display of 1800 counts with an input of only 1.8 V which
is (1.8÷10)=18% of the examples 10 V Signal Span.
3 Set the ZERO OFFSET RANGE Header to the center position
(no offset). Apply 1 V and adjust the SPAN pot until the display
reads 400 . A 4V input would then read 1600 counts.
2 To scale down the Signal Span to 18% select the 20% Signal Span position on the SPAN ADJUST Header (position 1) or if the module
has a SPAN RANGE Header, select (LO Range) and 20%
Signal Span position on the SPAN ADJUST Header (position 2).
4 Set the ZERO OFFSET RANGE Header to the negative offset
position. If the module has a ZERO ADJUST Header select the
position that will provide a negative offset of ≈ –500 counts.
Apply 1 V and adjust the ZERO pot until the display reads
–100. Apply 5 V and check that the display reads 1500.
3 Apply a zero input or short the input pins. The display will auto
zero, or if the module has a ZERO pot, it should be adjusted until
the display reads zero.
4 Apply 10 V and adjust the SPAN pot until the display reads 1800.
Large offset scaling and calibration of process signal inputs with modules that utilize ZERO ADJUST
Headers and or ZERO OFFSET RANGE Headers.
Texmate’s unique ZERO OFFSET RANGE Header enables the
use of a simple two step scaling and calibration procedure for those
process signals that require large offsets. This eliminates the back
and forth interaction, between zero and span settings, that is often
required to calibrate less finely engineered products.
The first step is to set the ZERO OFFSET RANGE Header to the
center position (No Offset) and scale down the Input Signal Span to
a percentage that will enable calibration with the SPAN pot to reach
the required Digital Display Span.
The second step is to set the ZERO ADJUST and or ZERO OFFSET
RANGE Header to provide a positive or negative offset of sufficient
counts that calibration with the ZERO pot will offset the Digital Display
Span to produce the required digital reading.
Example B: 1 to 5 V to read –100 to 1500 °C.
Example C: 4 to 20 mA to read 00.0 to +100.0%
Signal Span = 16 mA, Digital Display Span = 1000 counts.
1 The full scale Signal Span of the Process Input 4-20 mA modules
is 0 to 20 mA for a full scale Digital Display Span of 0 to 2000
counts. This will provide a digital display of 1000 counts with an
input of only 10 mA which is (10÷16)=62.5% of the examples 16
mA signal span.
2 To scale down the Signal Span to 62.5% select the (Hi Range)
Position on the Span Range Header and the 70% Signal Span
position on the SPAN ADJUST Header (position 2).
3 Set the ZERO OFFSET RANGE Header to the center position
(no offset). Apply 4 mA and adjust the SPAN pot until the display
reads 250 . A 16 mA input would then read 1000 counts.
4 Set the ZERO OFFSET RANGE Header to the positive offset
position. If the module has a ZERO ADJUST Header select the
position that will provide a negative offset of ≈ –250 counts. Apply
4 mA and adjust the ZERO pot until the display reads 000. Apply
20 mA and check that the display reads 1000. Select decimal
point XXX•X to display 00.0 to 100.0.
Case Dimensions
PANEL CUTOUT
FRONT VIEW
Case will mount in standard 1/8 DIN cutouts
1/8 DIN 96x48mm
4mm
(0.16")
8 places
3mm
(0.12")
8 places
1/8 DIN
Cutout spacers
Mosaic Fitting 87.4mm
(3.45") 43.4mm
(1.71")
Snug Fitting
40.8mm
(1.61") 91.6mm
(3.6")
92 mm
(3.62")
48 mm
(1.89")
45 mm
(1.77")
Loose Fitting
Prog.
3.9 mm
(0.15") typical
These dimensions are
increased by 1.6mm (0.06")
when the metal surround
case is installed.
Metal Surround Case
P/N:(OP-MTL96X48) uses
Metal Screw Mount Clips
and has a max. panel
thickness mounting
of 15.5 mm (0.61").
NOTE: The Metal Surround Case
is pre-installed at the factory and cannot
be removed without damage to the case.
SP1
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
For extra strength in portable applications, the 8 DIN
spacers should be snipped off and the Mosaic fitting
cutout used. Alternatively, the High Strength Panel
Mounting Kit (Part # OP-PMA96X48) can be used.
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Cam
Opening
117 mm
(4.61")
5.3 mm
(0.21")
SP1
SP2
g.
Pro
Safety
Catch
40.8 mm
(1.61")
SP6
96 mm
(3.78")
SP3
Removable
Key-lock
Panel adaptor plates are
available to retrofit most
existing panel cutouts.
43.4 mm
(1.71")
DIN Cutout spacers
SP4
Clear Lockable NEMA 4X
Splash Proof Cover
P/N:(OP-N4/96x48)
Straight-thru Connector for
meters with output board
20mm (0.79")
SIDE VIEW
3.7mm
(0.15")
96 mm
(3.78")
50mm
(1.97")
91.6mm
(3.6")
DIN
Cutout
Spacer
Right-angled Connector
11.8mm (0.47")
TOP VIEW
Max. panel thickness
To open rear cover,
use a small flat
bladescrew driver.
Press down lightly to
release catch on top
or bottom of case
and leaver outwards.
4.7mm
(0.19")
DIN Cutout Spacer
87.4mm
(3.45")
mosaic
fitting
For additional strength, extra Mounting
Slide Clips can be ordered and doubled up
one behind the other. P/N: (75-DMTCLIPF)
Texmate, Inc. Tel. (760) 598-9899 • www.texmate.com
Prog.
SP1
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
Prog.
SP1
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
95.4mm
(3.77")
Various bezel
colors are available.
Black is standard.
When extra panel
mounting tightness is
required, order the
optional screw mount clip.
P/N:(OP-MTLCLIP)
High Strength Panel
Mounting Kit
P/N: OP-PMA96X48
2mm
(0.08")
Connector
Socket
The 96x48mm case is
particularly suitable for
mounting in mosaic panels
or insulative panels up to 2"
thick. They can also stack
mount, 2 up in existing
cutouts for 1/4 DIN
(96x96mm) or 4 up in
1/2 DIN (96X192mm).
2/23/06 DL-40PSF DS (DL9)
Clear Lockable Water-proof Lens Cover OP-N4X/96X48
Cover
Removable
Key-lock
Safety
Catch
O-ring
Gasket
Clear Lockable NEMA 4X
Splash Proof Cover
P/N:(OP-N4/96x48)
The clear lockable cover is designed to be dust and
water proof to NEMA-4X, IP65 standards. The assembly consists of a base and cover with a cam hinge and
key-lock fastening mechanism. An O-ring, or neoprene
gasket forms a seal between the base and the panel.
The cam hinge prevents the cover from closing when
opened until pushed closed. The cover has a tapered
recess that, when closed, forms a seal with a tapered
spigot on the base. A key-lock employs a cam locking
device to force the spigot into the recess, ensuring
seal integrity. A safety catch keeps the cover closed
even when the key is removed, and the keyhole can be
used to attach a safety seal clip, preventing unauthorized opening.
Metal Surround Case Option OP-MTL96X48
Meter with Metal Surround Case
and screw-type mounting clips
assembled
Part No.
OP-MTL96X48
Screw-type
Mounting Clip
Ground
Tab
Metal Surround Case
& Mounting Clips
The meter’s plastic case is made from fire retardant polycarbonate. A metal surround case can be ordered to enhance the
meter’s fire retardant capabilities and also provide shielding
against electromagnetic interference (EMI). The metal case
slides over the polycarbonate case and is held firmly in place by
spring-type non-return clips. The Metal Surround Case must be
factory installed on the polycarbonate case and once installed,
it cannot be removed in the field.
2/23/06 DL-40PSF DS (DL9)
With the metal case in place, the meter’s standard ratchet-type
mounting clips can not be used. Instead a pair of screw-type
DIN standard mounting clips are provided, which clip into holes
on the side of the metal case and tighten against the rear of the
panel. A ground tab on the metal case enables the metal case
to be easily connected to the panel ground.
Texmate, Inc. Tel. (760) 598-9899 • www.texmate.com
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Ordering Information
BASIC MODEL #
DISPLAY
POWER SUPPLY
INPUT MODULES
ANALOG OUTPUT*
RELAY OUTPUT*
DL-40PSF
OPTIONS / ACCESSORIES
OA____
Add to the basic model number the order code suffix for each standard option required. The last suffix is to indicate how many different special options and or accessories that you may
require to be included with this product. *Except when when R1 or R2 relay output is selected, a meter ordered with an analog output or a relay output module requires an Output Module
Carrier Board which should be automatically included with the order, with an additional charge of $7. (See special Options and Accessories section)
Ordering Example: DL-40PSF-DR-PS1-IA01-AIC-R1-OA2, the 2 OA’s are, CR-CHANGE and a OP-N4X/96X48, $110 + N/C + N/C + 35 + 35 + 30 + 5+ 20 = $235
BASIC MODEL NUMBER
DL-40PSF . . .96x48, Leopard, 4 Digit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$110
Standard Options for this Model Number
Order Code Suffix
Description
List
DISPLAY
DR . . . .Red LED, 0.56 inch high . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .N/C
DB . . . . . .Super–bright Red LED, 0.56 inch high . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25
DG . . . . .Green LED, 0.56 inch high . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10
LG . . . . . .Large Green LED, 0.8 inch high . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$45
LR . . . . . .Large Red LED, 0.8 inch high . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35
POWER SUPPLY
PS1 . . .85 - 265VAC / 95 - 370VDC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .N/C
PS2 . . . . .18 - 48VAC / 10 - 72VDC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35
INPUT MODULES (Partial List. See www.texmate.com)
Unless otherwise specified Texmate will ship all modules precalibrated with factory preselected ranges
and/or scalings as shown in BOLD type
IA01 . . .AC-Volts Scaled RMS, 200/600V AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35
IA02 . . .AC-Volts Scaled RMS, 200mV/2V/20V AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35
IA03 . . .AC-mA Scaled RMS, 2/20/200mA AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
IA04 . . .AC-Amps Scaled RMS, 0-1 Amp AC (0-100.00) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
IA05 . . .AC-Amps Scaled RMS, 0-5 Amp AC (0-100.00) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
IA06 . . .AC-Volts True RMS, 200/600V AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
IA07 . . .AC-Volts True RMS, 200mV/2V/20V AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
IA08 . . .AC-mA True RMS, 2/20/200mA AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
IA09 . . .AC-Amps True RMS, 0-1 Amp AC (0-100.00) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
IA10 . . .AC-Millivolt, Scaled RMS, 100mV AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
IA11 . . .AC-Amps True RMS, 0-5 Amp AC (0-100.00) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
IA12 . . .AC-Millivolt, True RMS, 100mV AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
ID01 . . .DC-Volts, 2/20/200V/Custom w/24V DC Exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25
ID02 . . .DC-Millivolt, 20/50/100/200mV DC w/24V DC Exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35
ID03 . . .DC-Milliamp, 2/20/200mA DC w/24V DC Exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25
ID04 . . .DC-Amps, 5A DC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$50
ID05 . . .DC-Volts 2/20/200/Custom V DC w/Offset and 24V Exc. . . . . . . . . . . . . .$45
ID07 . . .DC-Milliamp, 2/20/200mA DC w/Offset and 24V Exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35
ID09 . . .DC-Amps, 1A DC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$50
IF02 . . .Line Frequency, 50-500VAC, 199.9Hz, or optional 400Hz . . . . . . . . . . . . .$45
IGYZ* . . .Universal Direct Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$100
*View the IG- Ordering Code on page 11 to determine the value for Y & Z (IGAZ to IGKZ)
IP01 . . .Process Loop, 4-20mA(0-100.00) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35
IP02 . . .Process Loop, 4-20mA(0-100.00) w/24VDC Exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$45
IP03 . . .Process Input, 1-5V DC(0-100.00) w/Offset, 24V Exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$45
IP07 . . .Universal Process 2V/5V/10V/20V/200V/2mA/20mA/Custom . . . . . . . . . .$30
IPT1 . . .Prototype Board for Custom Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15
IR02 . . . .3-Wire Potentiometer 1KΩ min (0-F.S.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
IR03 . . . .Linear Potentiometer, 3-wire, 1KΩ min . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
IR05 . . .Resistance 2KΩ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
IS01 . . .Strain Gage 5/10VDC Exc., 20/2mV/V, 4/6-wire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
IS02 . . .Pressure 5/10VDC Exc., 20/2mV/V, 4/6-wire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
IS04 . . .Pressure Ext Exc., 20/2mV/V, 4/6–wire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$45
IS05 . . . .Pressure/Load Cell 20/2mV/V, 5/10V Exc 4-wire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
IS06 . . . .Pressure/Load Cell Ext Exc., 20/2mV/V, 4-wire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
IS07 . . .Pressure 20/2mV/V with High Impedance and External Excitation . . . . . . . . .$65
IT03 . . .RTD, 100Ω Pt. 2/3/4-wire (-200 to 800°C) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
IT04 . . .RTD, 100Ω Pt. 2/3/4-wire (-200 to 1470°F) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
IT05 . . .RTD, 100Ω Pt. 2/3/4-wire (-190.0 to 199.0°F) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
IT06 . . .Thermocouple, J Type (0-1400 °F) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
IT07 . . .Thermocouple, K Type (0-1999°F) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
IT08 . . .Thermocouple, J Type (0-760 °C) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
IT09 . . .Thermocouple, K Type (0-1260°C) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
IT14 . . .RTD, 100Ω Pt. 2/3/4-wire (-199.0 to 199.0°C) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
AIV . . . . .Isolated 16 Bit Voltage Output, 0-10VDC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35
RELAY OUTPUT
Note: R1 and R2 are located on the main board, and are generally used when only two Form A
Relays or less are required and an Analogy Output is not required.
R1 . . . . .Single 5A Form A Relay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$30
R2 . . . . .Dual 5A Form A Relays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
RELAY OUTPUT MODULES
Note: If a meter is ordered with a Relay Output Module, but without Analog Output, an Output Module
Carrier Board for $7 should be automatically added to the order.
OR11
OR15
OR16
OR12
OR14
OR23
OR31
OR32
OR33
OR34
. . .One 10 Amp Form C Relay, Isolated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$30
. . .One 10 Amp Form C and Two 5 Amps Form A Relays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$75
. . .One 10 Amp Form C and One 5 Amp Form A Relays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
. . .Two 10 Amp Form C Relays, Isolated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$60
. . .Two 10 Amp Form C and Two 5 Amps Form A Relays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$105
. . .Two 10 Amp Form C and One 5 Amp Form A Relay, Isolated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$85
. . .One 5 Amp Form A Relay, Isolated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25
. . .Two 5 Amp Form A Relays, Isolated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$50
. . .Three 5 Amp Form A Relays, Isolated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$70
. . .Four 5 Amp Form A Relays, Isolated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$90
Solid State Relay (SSR) Output Modules DC Only
OR51 . . .One 400V DC Solid State Relay (SSR) 210mA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25
OR52 . . .Two 400V DC Solid State Relays (SSR) 210mA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$50
OR53 . . .Three 400V DC Solid State Relays (SSR) 210mA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$70
OR54 . . .Four 400V DC Solid State Relays (SSR) 210mA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$90
Solid State Relay (SSR) Output Modules AC/DC
OR61 . . .One 400V AC/DC Solid State Relay (SSR) 140mA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25
OR62 . . .Two 400V AC/DC Solid State Relays (SSR) 140mA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$50
OR63 . . .Three 400V AC/DC Solid State Relays (SSR) 140mA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$70
OR64 . . .Four 400V AC/DC Solid State Relays (SSR) 140mA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$90
Special Options and Accessories (OA’s)
Part Number
Description
List
SPECIAL OPTIONS (Specify Inputs or Outputs & Req. Reading)
Output Module Carrier Board
*One carrier board must be ordered with any meter that includes any one or more of the following
options: Analog Output and/or Relay Output Modules.
SA-DL/OM-CB . . . . . .Output Module Carrier Board, DL series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$7
CR-CHANGE . . . . . .Range Change from Standard Range shown in BOLD type . . . . . . . . .$7
CS-3/3.5/4 . . . . . . .Custom display scaling within standard ranges . . . . . . . . . . . .$12
COA-3/3.5/4 . . . . . .Custom scaling of analog output for digital meters & bargraphs . . . . . . . . . .$12
CCL-SETUP . . . . . .NRC to set-up Custom Configuration file and issue serial # . . . . . . . . . .$40
CCL-INSTL . . . . . . . . .Installation of custom configuration, specify serial #CCL- . . . . . . . . . . .$10
CSR-SETUP . . . . . . . .NRC to set-up custom selectable range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$30
CSR-INSTL . . . . . . . . .Factory installation - custom configuration, specify serial # CSR- . . . . . . . . . . . .$10
CSS-SETUP . . . . . . . .NRC to set-up custom special scaling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$30
CSS-34/INSTL . . . . . .Installation - for 3.5 and 4.0 meters, specify serial # CSS- . . . . . . . . . . .$20
COR-SETUP . . . . . . . .NRC to set-up Relays in non-standard locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15
COR-INSTL . . . . . . . . .Installation - Relays in non-standard locations , specify serial # COR- . . . . . . . . .$10
ANALOG OUTPUT *Add $7 for an Output Module Carrier Board
AIC . . . . .Isolated 16 Bit Current Output, 0-20mA and 4-20mA, pls. specify . . . . . . . . . . .$35
ACCESSORIES (Specify Serial # for Custom Artwork Installation)
75-DBBZ9648F . . . . . . .Black Bezel for 96x48mm Case . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2
75-DMTCLIPF . . . . . . . .Side Slide Brackets (2 pc) - extra set, extra strength . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2
76-DL40G-N4 . . . . . . . ."Touch" Green LED Faceplate, NEMA 4, Factory install . . . . . . . . . . . .$8
76-DL40LG-N4 . . . . . . ."Touch" Large Green LED Faceplate, NEMA 4, Factory install . . . . . . . . . . . . .$8
76-DL40LR-N4 . . . . . . ."Touch" Large Red LED Faceplate, NEMA 4, Factory install . . . . . . . . .$8
76-DL40R-N4 . . . . . . . ."Touch" Red LED Faceplate, NEMA 4, Factory install . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$8
ART-FS-S/D/C . . . . . . . .NRC for artwork & set-up Faceplate/Desc/Co.Logo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$75
ART-FS-S/D . . . . . . . . .NRC for artwork & set-up Faceplate/Desc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35
ART-FS-001 . . . . . . . . .Install Custom Faceplate per meter - 1 color . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10
OP-MTLCLIP . . . . . . . . .Screw Mounting Clips (2 pc) - to screw tighten slide brackets . . . . . . . . . . . .$6
OP-MTL96X48 . . . . . . .Metal Surround Case, includes screw mounting clips . . . . . . . . . . . . .$16
OP-N4X/96X48 . . . . . . .96x48mm clear lockable front cover–NEMA 4X, splash proof . . . . . . . . . . . .$20
Prices subject to change without notice.
WARRANTY
USER’S RESPONSIBILITY
Texmate warrants that its products are free from defects in material and workmanship under
normal use and service for a period of one year from date of shipment. Texmate’s obligations
under this warranty are limited to replacement or repair, at its option, at its factory, of any of the
products which shall, within the applicable period after shipment, be returned to Texmate’s facility, transportation charges pre-paid, and which are, after examination, disclosed to the satisfaction of Texmate to be thus defective. The warranty shall not apply to any equipment which
shall have been repaired or altered, except by Texmate, or which shall have been subjected to
misuse, negligence, or accident. In no case shall Texmate’s liability exceed the original purchase price. The aforementioned provisions do not extend the original warranty period of any
product which has been either repaired or replaced by Texmate.
We are pleased to offer suggestions on the use of our various products either by way of printed matter or through direct contact with our sales/application engineering staff. However, since
we have no control over the use of our products once they are shipped, NO WARRANTY
WHETHER OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR PURPOSE, OR OTHERWISE is made
beyond the repair, replacement, or refund of purchase price at the sole discretion of Texmate.
Users shall determine the suitability of the product for the intended application before using,
and the users assume all risk and liability whatsoever in connection therewith, regardless of any
of our suggestions or statements as to application or construction. In no event shall Texmate’s
liability, in law or otherwise, be in excess of the purchase price of the product.
Texmate cannot assume responsibility for any circuitry described. No circuit patent or software
licenses are implied. Texmate reserves the right to change circuitry, operating software, specifications, and prices without notice at any time.
For product details visit www.texmate.com
Local Distributor Address
995 Park Center Drive • Vista, CA 92081-8397
Tel: 1-760-598-9899 • USA 1-800-839-6283 • That’s 1-800-TEXMATE
Fax: 1-760-598-9828 • Email: sales@texmate.com • Web: www.texmate.com
Texmate has facilities in Japan, New Zealand, Taiwan, and Thailand. We also have
authorized distributors throughout the USA and in 28 other countries.
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Texmate, Inc. Tel. (760) 598-9899 • www.texmate.com
Copyright © 2005 Texmate Inc. All Rights Reserved.
2/23/06 DL-40PSF DS (DL9)
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