Signet_Controller_9010_instr_D898
+GF+ SIGNET 9010 Intelek-Pro
Flow Controller
FLOW CONTROLLER
+GF+ SIGNET
Instruction Manual
GEORGE FISCHER +GF+
Important safety information
Danger: Avoid electric shock. Do not connect
power when the instrument cover is partially or
completely removed.
Chapter
Page
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
Introduction
Introduction
Front Panel Description
Rear Panel Description
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
Installation and Operation
Mounting Instructions
Power Connections
Input Connections
Standard Output Connections
Relay Output Connections
Verifying Analog Outputs
Analog Output Connections
4
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
System Configuration
Introduction
Calibration Menu, Frequency Inputs
Calibration Menu, Analog Inputs
2-Relay Operations
Calibration Menu, 2-Relay
Calibration Menu, Analog Outputs
View-Only Menus
10
10
12
12
15
16
17
18
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
Technical Support
Accessing Internal Options
AC Power Configurations
Installing Input/Output Options
Option Cards and Accessories
Input Card Configuration
Output Card Configuration
Troubleshooting
19
19
19
20
21
22
23
23
Specifications
Warranty Information
1
1
2
3
24
26
Table of
Contents
Unpacking and Inspection
Your flow controller package includes the
following items:
• +GF+ SIGNET 9010 Intelek-Pro Flow
Controller
• Two stainless steel mounting brackets
• Mounting Instructions w/self-adhesive
template
• Panel gasket
• Instruction manual w/assorted engineering
labels
Warranty Record
For your protection, record your unit's purchase
information for future reference. The serial
number decal is located on the instrument's rear
panel.
Model: +GF+ SIGNET 9010 Intelek-Pro Flow
Controller
Purchase Date: ________________________
Serial Number: _________________________
Purchased From: ________________________
Purchase Order Number: ________________
1.1 Introduction
Your new +GF+ SIGNET 9010 Intelek-Pro Flow
Controller has been specifically designed for liquid
flow rate measurement in process pipes. The
controller's compact 1/4 DIN enclosure (front) is
NEMA 4X/IP65 rated and ideal for installing into
instrumentation panels with limited space.
Chapter 1
Introduction
Modular "plug-in" input/output option cards allow
you to customize your flow controller to your flow
system's requirements. The controller's unique
"slide-out" chassis design makes option installation
fast and simple. Smart self-configuring
microprocessor based circuitry automatically
inventories installed options during power-up,
allowing you to upgrade your system in seconds
without the need for additional equipment.
The unit's front panel features a highly visible
4.5- digit (seven segment) and 8-digit (alphanumeric) liquid crystal display with adjustable
contrast. Active flow rate, accumulation, and
alarm relay information is quickly accessed at a
glance. During calibration the user is prompted
with clear step-by-step instructions on the unit's front
panel display.
The +GF+ SIGNET 9010 Intelek-Pro Flow
Controller is fully compatible with all +GF+ Signet
flow sensor products, yet also accepts other
analog inputs, such as 4 to 20 mA or
0 to 5 VDC etc.
The technical data given in
this publication is for general
information purposes only. It
implies no warranty of
whatever kind.
1
1.2 Front Panel Description
FLOW CONTROLLER
1
RLY 1
RLY 2
GPM
11
2
10
3
4
ENTER
MOD
5
CAL
RELAY
FLOW
OUTPUT
9
8
7
6
+GF+ SIGNET
Item 11:
Remove front bezel
to change unit tags
under clear overlay
window. The unit
tags are attached
to the rear cover
of the manual.
Item
Function
1. Relay Annunciators:
Indicate activation status of optional output "alarm" relays 1 & 2
2. LCD
Display:
Shows flow, calibration, accumulation, and relay activation status information
3.
MOD
A) Accesses one of three calibration menus: CAL, RELAY, OUT B) Enables a
calibration parameter for modification C) Restores a calibration parameter to
it's original value during calibration
4.
ENTER
A) Stores a calibration value into memory after modification B) Used to display
available input/output options during normal operation.
CAL
A) Accesses the CAL "view-only" menu B) Used in conjunction with MOD key
to access the main CAL menu
5.
6.
RELAY
7.
OUTPUT
A) Accesses the RELAY "view-only" menu B) Used in conjunction with MOD key
to access the RELAY calibration menu
A) Accesses the OUTPUT "view-only" menu B) Used in conjunction with MOD
key to access the OUTPUT calibration menu
8.
Decreases the value of a selected calibration digit
9.
Increases the value of a selected calibration digit
10.
FLOW
A) Returns the unit to normal operation mode B) Selects a digit for modification
during calibration
11. Unit Tags Most engineering units and blanks available for custom applications (included).
User selected and installed for specific applications.
2
1.3 Rear Panel Description
11
10
9
OUTPUT
ANL2
R+ R-
SS CNT GND PLS
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
SERIAL
A in
Tx GND Rx
7
8
6
7
9
A+ A-
SENSOR
BLK RED SHLD
10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
N
L1
Function
+ GND NO C
NC NO C
NC
R+
Note: Rear terminals
accept 18 to 22 AWG
wire
R-
AC IN
DC IN
RLY1
RLY2
ANL1
1
2
3
4
5
Item
90 to 132 VAC or 180 to 264 VAC system power
connection
1. AC IN
17 to 30 VDC system power connection
2. DC IN
Alarm relay #1 (COM, NO, NC) contact set for external
device control (optional)
3. RLY 1
Alarm relay #2 (COM, NO, NC) contact set for external
device control (optional)
4. RLY 2
Analog output #1 from option socket #1 (optional)
5. ANL1
Flow sensor input connection (frequency)
6. Sensor
Analog signal input connection (optional)
7. A in
Serial outputs (future availability)
8. Serial
Analog output #2 from option socket #2 (optional)
9. ANL2
CNT emits an open collector pulse output for each increment
of totalizer. PLS emits a TTL frequency output in phase with the
sensor input
10. Output
Unused Terminal
11. SS
3
2.1 Mounting Instructions
Chapter 2
The +GF+ SIGNET Intelek-Pro Flow Controller's
1/4 DIN enclosure is specifically designed for
panel mounting. Adjustable mounting brackets
allow mounting in panels up to 1 in./25 mm thick.
An adhesive template and instructions are included
to insure proper installation.
Installation
and
Operation
For outdoor and/or stand alone installations the
splash-proof NEMA 4X/IP65 back cover kit is
recommended (ordered separately).
Figure 1
External dimensions
Panel
Gasket
*Optional NEMA 4X/IP65 Rear Cover
Mounting Panel
Max. panel thickness = 1 in./25 mm
Mounting Clamp (included, 2 ea.)
3.8 in. sq.
96 mm
3.5 in.
88 mm
SIDE VIEW
5.7 in./145 mm
6 in./152 mm
6.5 in./165 mm
7.2 in./183 mm
Panel Cutout Instructions
Recommended panel cutout 3.54 in./90 mm square. Maximum panel cutout 3.62 in./
92 mm square, DO NOT exceed. Use adhesive backed template (included)
4
2.2 Power Connections
AC Power Connections
AC Hot
AC Ground*
AC Neutral
Figure 2
90 to 132 VAC
AC power wiring
OR
180 to 264 VAC
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
N
L1
+ GND NO
DC IN
AC IN
C
NC NO
RLY1
C
NC R+
R-
ANL1
RLY2
Instructions
1. Jumper selectable for 90 to 132 OR 180 to
264 VAC operation. Confirm AC power configuration
before applying power. See section 4.2 pg# 19
2. *A direct or low impedance AC ground (earth
ground) MUST be used for proper operation.
3. To reduce the possibility of noise interference, AC
power lines must be isolated from signal lines.
Danger: Avoid electric
shock. Do not connect power
when the instrument cover is
partially or completely
removed.
DC power is recommended
when ground fault interrupt
devices (GFI's) are used.
DC Power Connections
Figure 3
17 to 30 VDC @ 0.5 A
*
DC power wiring
GND
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
L1
N
AC IN
+ GND NO
DC IN
C
RLY1
NC NO
C
RLY2
NC R+
R-
ANL1
Note: AC/DC power can be connected simultaneously,
using DC power as an uninterrupted power source.
*A direct or low impedance earth ground MUST be used
for optimum performance.
5
2.3 Input Connections
Four input sources are accepted:
Note: See section 4.4
for a listing of available input
cards.
A. Non-isolated Frequency Inputs
Frequency (non-iso) card: Accepts non-isolated,
0 to 10 kHz @ 0.2 Vp-p minimum sine or square
wave signal inputs. This card requires dip switch
configuration prior to operation.
B. Isolated Frequency Inputs
Frequency (iso) card: Accepts isolated, 0 to
10 kHz @ 0.5 Vp-p minimum sine or square wave
signal inputs. No configuration required.
C. Analog Inputs
Two analog input cards are offered:
• Analog (iso) current, 4 to 20/0 to 20 mA
• Analog (iso) voltage, 0 to 5/0 to 10 VDC
Input ranges are software selectable, requiring no
internal configuration.
Figure 4
Input Wiring
ANL2
OUTPUT
SS CNT GND PLS
1
C
To reduce the possibility of
noise interference, separate
input lines from AC power
lines.
6
A
&
B
2
3
4
SERIAL
R+ R-
5
6
7
Analog Input:
Current or Voltage
External DC
Power Supply
OR
Frequency Input:
for Signet sensors
and others
A in
Tx GND Rx
R+
8
A+ A-
9
10 11 12 13 14
R-
++
BLACK
RED
SHIELD
SENSOR
BLK RED SHLD
-
+GF+
SIGNET
8512
2.4 Standard Output Connections
Standard Outputs
An open collector counter pulse output (CNT) and
a sensor pulse output (PLS) are included with your
unit.
The counter pulse output (synchronous w/totalizer)
emits an open collector 150 ms pulse with a
maximum current sinking capacity of 50 mA @
30 VDC, and is ideal for driving an external
counter or accumulator. An external DC power
supply and current limiting resistor are required
for operation.
The sensor pulse output (PLS) emits a standard TTL
frequency output in phase with the sensor input
and can be used to drive +GF+ SIGNET
instruments (except +GF+ SIGNET 5090 and
5091) and other TTL compatible devices.
Figure 5
ANL2
OUTPUT
SERIAL
A in
SENSOR
BLK RED SHLD
SS CNT GND PLS
R+ R-
Tx GND Rx
A+ A-
1
5
7
10 11 12 13 14
2
3
4
6
OR
8
9
Sensor pulse output (PLS)/
counter output (CNT)
wiring
Red (2) +GF+ SIGNET
Indicator or
Shld (3) Controller
Input
Gnd
600Ω @ >1.5 W
Gnd
+
IN
TTL
Compatible
Device
5 to 30 VDC
Power Supply
External counter
Gnd or accumulator
To reduce the possibility of
noise interference, separate
output lines from AC power
lines.
7
2.5 Relay Output Connections
The 2-Relay option provides two relays for external
device control. Each relay's contacts are rated for
5 A maximum. Both NO and NC contacts may
be used individually or simultaneously as shown.
Figure 6
2-Relay wiring
Device A is powered during
normal operation. Power is
discontinued when relay is
energized. Device B is not
powered during normal
operation. Power is applied
after relay is energized.
-
Device A
-
+
+
-
Device B
+
External
AC/DC
Power
Source
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
L1
N
AC IN
To reduce the possibility of
noise interference, separate
AC relay lines from input/
output lines.
8
+ GND NO
DC IN
C
NC NO
RLY1
C
RLY2
NC R+
R-
ANL1
Note: Relay contacts are rated as 5 A @ 250 VAC or
5 A @ 30 VDC maximum resistive load.
2.6 Verifying Analog Outputs
Installed analog output options can be configured
to either of the unit's rear analog output terminals:
ANL1 or ANL2. Configuration is determined by
which sockets the options are installed. Options
installed in option socket #1 are configured to the
rear ANL1 terminals, options installed in socket #2
are configured to the rear ANL2 terminals (see
section 4.3).
Prior to connection, determine which options are
configured to terminals ANL1 and ANL2 as
follows:
1. Apply power to unit.
2. Press:
ENTER
; available input/output options are
individually prompted on the display.
3. Record option configurations for ANL1 and
ANL2 in the spaces provided. This information is
necessary for wiring analog outputs in the next
section.
ANL1=
(i.e. 4 to 20 mA)
ANL2=
(i.e. N/A)
Danger: Avoid electric
shock. Do not connect power
when the instrument cover is
partially or completely
removed.
Option Record
Note: The unit displays
N/A for unavailable options.
9
2.7 Analog Output Connections
0 to 20/4 to 20 mA isolated or non-isolated
output as well as 0 to 5/0 to 10 VDC isolated or
non-isolated outputs are available. See section
4.4 for a list of available output cards.
Figure 7
Analog output wiring
ANL2
OUTPUT
SS CNT GND PLS
1
2
3
4
R+ R-
5
6
SERIAL
A in
Tx GND Rx
7
8
9
A+ A-
SENSOR
BLK RED SHLD
10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
N
L1
AC IN
+ GND NO
DC IN
C
RLY1
NC NO
C
RLY2
NC R+
Analog Ouput #2
- (i.e. 0 to 5 VDC)
+ etc.
+
- Analog Output #1
(i.e. 4 to 20 mA*)
etc.
*The 4 to 20 mA
option is jumper
configurable for
0 to 20 mA
operation. Refer to
section 4.6
R-
ANL1
Note: The maximum loop impedance for the 4 to 20 mA/0 to 20 mA output is 425 Ω.
The minimum load impedance for the 0 to 5 V/0 to 10 V output is 1 kΩ (1000 Ω). To
reduce the possibility of noise interference, separate output lines from AC power/relay lines.
Chapter 3
System
Configuration
3.1 Introduction
All the functions which can be modified are
contained in three menus:
The CAL (calibrate) menu contains those functions
which pertain to the input signal and how it is
interpreted by the instrument (i.e. K-factor, totalizer
reset). The CAL menu also provides access to the
security code and display contrast features.
The RELAY menu contains all the functions necessary to control any output relays, such as relay
10
setpoint, hysteresis etc.
The OUTPUT menu provides access to the functions
which define and control all analog output signals,
i.e. 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 5 VDC etc.
CAL Menu
RELAY Menu
CAL
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
(frequency)
K-factor
K-factor decimal
Upper display timebase
Totalizer reset
Totalizer multiplier
Display averaging
Display decimal
Contrast adjust
Security code
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
(Analog)
Range selection
Minimum flow rate
Maximum flow rate
Totalizer reset
Totalizer multiplier
Display averaging
Display decimal
Contrast adjust
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
OUTPUT Menu
RELAY
(LO/HI)
Relay 1 LO/HI
Relay 1 setpoint
Relay 1 hysteresis
Relay 2 LO/HI
Relay 2 setpoint
Relay 2 hysteresis
•
•
•
•
OUTPUT
Minimum flow rate
Maximum flow rate
Low output adjust
High output adjust
Note: A security function is
provided which allows the user
to "lock out" the calibration
menus, restricting access to
calibration settings. See Figure
14 .
(Pulse)
Relay 1 Pulse
Relay 1 pulse flow
unit setting
Relay 2 Pulse
Relay 2 pulse flow
unit setting
All menus are loop type menus
which repeat until
FLOW
is
pressed.
All menus operate using a standard sequence:
1. Press:
MOD
to enable calibration sequence.
FLOW
2. Enter security code (when active) using:
3. Select menu:
4. Press:
MOD
CAL
RELAY
OUTPUT
; press:
ENTER
; press menu key to select item.
to enable modifying item.
5. Alter item using:
FLOW
; press:
ENTER
to save entry.
6. Press corresponding menu key to advance to next menu item.
7. Repeat steps 4-6 for each menu item. Exit menu by pressing:
FLOW
11
3.2 Calibration Menu, Frequency Inputs
Legend
No
= Press Keypad
18888
XXXXXXXX
MOD
Security Yes Unlock security
Code?
code using:
CAL
ENTER
= Intelek-Pro
Display
= Decision
Block
= Calibration
procedure
19999
Modify?
K-FACTOR
Decimal set
in next step
K-factor Setting
18888
FLOW
Yes
MOD
No
"1" is displayed only when
previously selected.
Yes
CAL
"1" flashes when deselected.
Select upper display timebase:
1= flow displayed in seconds
2= flow displayed in minutes
3= flow displayed in hours
4= flow displayed in days
2
See Table 1
FLOW
Yes
MOD
No
Yes
CAL
Go to A
Press
to
select decimal
location, 0-4 plcs.
ENTER
MOD
Select
next
item?
Modify?
TIMEBASE
MOD
Normal operation
Recall original value
No
Table 1
ENTER
Select
next
item?
Modify?
DP=0
Press
to
set K-factor from
.0001 to 19999.
Recall original value
No
K-f
MOD
No
Yes
CAL
Yes
Normal operation
Press
to select
upper display
timebase (1-4)
Recall original value
ENTER
MOD
Select
next
item?
FLOW
No
Normal operation
Note: Accumulator not
affected by timebase.
3.3 Calibration Menu, Analog Inputs
No
4 to 20 mA option illustrated
Note: The unit's software
recognizes which input card/
configuration is inserted,
therefore displaying the
corresponding calibration
value.
MOD
Security Yes Unlock security
code using:
Code?
Modify?
mA= 0 or 4
No
CAL
Yes
MOD
Press
to select
operation range,
(4-20 or 0-20 mA)
4
Recall original value
Select
next
item?
No
12
Yes
CAL
ENTER
FLOW
Normal operation
ENTER
MOD
18888
Modify?
4mA IS
Yes
No
Yes
CAL
20mA
FLOW
Yes
No
Yes
CAL
Go to A
ENTER
MOD
Select
next
item?
Modify?
IS
Press
to
enter minimum
flow rate
Recall original value
No
18888
MOD
MOD
Normal operation
Press
to
enter maximum
flow rate
Recall original value
ENTER
MOD
Select
next
item?
FLOW
No
Normal operation
A
TOTL
Modify?
XXXXXXXX
Yes
No
Yes
CAL
1
FLOW
Yes
No
Yes
CAL
02
No
CAL
Yes
Press
to select
multiplier; X0.1,X1,
X10,X100,X1000
FLOW
ENTER
MOD
Yes
MOD
Normal operation
Press
to select
averaging time,
2-10 seconds
Recall original value
ENTER
MOD
Exiting Menu
Select
next
item?
No
Continued
MOD
Select
next
item?
Modify?
AVRG
MOD
Normal operation
Recall original value
No
FLO
ENTER
Select
next
item?
Modify?
X
Press
to reset
totalizer to zero
Recall original value
No
TOTL
MOD
FLOW
Normal operation
Menu will repeat until
FLOW
is pressed.
13
---.-FLO
Modify?
DP=2
Yes
No
Yes
CAL
FLOW
Yes
No
Yes
CAL
0000
MOD
Press
to select
best contrast
Modify?
FLOW
Yes
MOD
Press
to
select personal
security code
Repeat
menu?
No
14
MOD
Normal operation
Recall original value
Yes
ENTER
Select
next
item?
No
CAL
MOD
Normal operation
Recall original value
No
SEC CODE
ENTER
Select
next
item?
Modify?
CONTRAST
Press
to select
display decimal,
0-4 places
Recall original value
No
18888
MOD
FLOW
Normal operation
ENTER
MOD
3.4 2-Relay Operations
The 2-Relay option allows you to configure
individual setpoints, LO or HI operation, and
hysteresis values for two independent on/off
relays.
Figure 8
LO relay operation mode
Flow
• Relay Setpoints: Setpoints represent the flow
rate at which each relay is energized.
• Relay Hysteresis: Hysteresis values directly
effect the LO and HI relay modes, specifying how
far the flow will rise above (LO Relay Mode) or fall
below (HI Relay Mode) each relay's setpoint prior
to de-energizing the relay. The main purpose for
hysteresis is to eliminate relay "chatter", caused by
a flow hovering around a relay's setpoint.
Hys-teresis values are programmed in direct flow
units and must be less than the corresponding relay
setpoint. Hysteresis only applies when exiting an
alarm condition.
• LO Relay Operation: In LO operation, the relay
is energized when the flow drops below the
set-point, and is de-energized when the flow rises
above the setpoint plus hysteresis. See Figure 8.
= LO setpoint
= Hysteresis
= Relay energized
= Relay de-energized
Figure 9
HI relay operation mode
• HI Relay Operation: In HI operation, the relay
is energized when the flow rises above the
setpoint and is de-energized when the flow falls
be-low the setpoint plus hysteresis. See Figure 9.
• Pulse Relay Setting: Setting relay 1 or 2 to the
Pulse operation mode means the relay will be
cycled (energized) for a 150 ms period each time
a user specified quantity is measured.
Flow
= HI setpoint
= Hysteresis
= Relay energized
= Relay de-energized
15
3.5 Calibration Menu, 2-Relay
A
No
Security Yes Unlock security
code using:
Code?
MOD
RLY1
LO
Modify?
IS
Yes
No
Yes
RELAY
MOD
0100
SET
position set by CAL menu
K-factor
Modify?
RLY1
Yes
FLOW
Yes
0020
Menu will repeat until
Yes
No
Exiting Menu
FLOW
Relay 2 LO, HIGH,
or PULSE, go to:
A
is pressed.
Yes
MOD
PULSE
Mode
?
Normal operation Yes
Go to
B
Press
to
set relay setpoint
ENTER
MOD
Select
next
item?
Modify?
HYS1
MOD
Recall original value
No
SET
ENTER
No
No
RELAY
Press
to select
relay operation mode
LO, HIGH, or PULSE
Recall original value
Select
next
item?
No
Note: Displayed decimal
RELAY
ENTER
FLOW
Normal operation
MOD
Press
select relay
hysteresis
to
Recall original value
ENTER
MOD
Select
next
item?
FLOW
No
Normal operation
B
RELAY
Note: Relay cannot exceed
4 pulses per second.
rLY 1
XXXXXXX.X
Modify?
No
Relay 2 LO, HIGH,
or PULSE, go to:
A
16
Yes
MOD
Press
to set
pulse units (0.1 to
9999999.9)
Recall original value
ENTER
MOD
3.6 Calibration Menu, Analog Outputs
No
Security Yes
Code?
MOD
9999
ANL 1
Unlock security
code using:
Modify?
4m
Yes
No
9999
Modify?
20m
FLOW
Yes
No
ADJUST
Modify?
Ammeter required,
see Figure 10
Yes
20
ENTER
MOD
MOD
Normal operation
Press
to fine tune
4 mA output signal.
See note*
*Note: Press:
ENTER
MOD
FLOW
Modify?
Yes
No
Yes
MOD
Press
to fine tune
20 mA output signal.
See note*
Recall original value
FLOW
to
quickly access the minimum or
maximum current output signal
Normal operation
Repeat
Menu?
No
FLOW
to fine
Press:
tune the current output signal
Select
next
item?
Ammeter required,
see Figure 10
OUTPUT
Press
to select
flow rate at 20 mA
output signal
Recall original value
No
ADJUST
MOD
FLOW
No
Yes
OUTPUT
MOD
Normal operation
Recall original value
No
4
ENTER
Select
next
item?
Yes
OUTPUT
Press
to select
flow rate at 4 mA
output signal
Recall original value
No
ANL 1
MOD
4 to 20/0 to 20 mA (iso/
non-iso) options illustrated
OUTPUT
Select
next
item?
Yes
OUTPUT
ENTER
MOD
ENTER
Figure 10
The min. and max. current
adjustment steps require an
external ammeter for monitoring the current output.
Normal operation
ANL2
OUTPUT
SERIAL
R+ R-
SS CNT GND PLS
SENSOR
A in
Tx GND Rx
A+ A-
BLK RED SHLD
Exiting Menu
Menu will repeat until
FLOW
is pressed.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
R+
R-
8
9
10 11 12 13 14
AMMETER
RR+
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
L1
N
AC IN
+ GND NO C
DC IN
RLY1
NC NO C
RLY2
NC
R+
R-
ANL1
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3.7 View-Only Menus
Note: The view-only menus
are designed for viewing only
and DO NOT permit access
for calibration of any kind.
Menus will vary depending
upon installed options.
Exiting Menus: Exit view
only menus at any time by
pressing:
FLOW
Three "view-only" menus (CAL, RELAY, and
OUTPUT) are available during normal operation.
Each view only menu provides the operator a
means of browsing through calibration settings
without disturbing system calibration and/or the
flow process. When used in conjunction with the
security feature, the view only menus allow an
operator access to limited calibration information
on the front display, excluding the ability to
change system parameters without the supervisors
approval and personal security code.
Access each of the three view only menus by
pressing the corresponding menu key. After
entering each of the three view only menus, each
calibration parameter is sequentially displayed on
the main and lower displays by successively
pressing it's corresponding menu key as follows:
Main (CAL) view-only menu:
Frequency (iso/non-iso) input option illustrated
Totalizer
Resolution
K-factor
CAL
Flow display
decimal pt.
Relay view-only menu:
RELAY
Flow display
averaging
2-Relay LO/HI output option illustrated
Relay 1 LO, HI,
or Pulse
Relay 2
hysteresis
Output view-only menu:
OUTPUT
Relay 1
setpoint
Relay 2
setpoint
Relay 2 LO, HI,
or Pulse
4 to 20 mA (iso/non-iso) output option illustrated
Flow rate setting
for 4 mA output
Flow rate setting
for 20 mA output
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Relay 1
hysteresis
4.1 Accessing Internal Options
1. Remove bezel (1) by placing a coin in the
notch (2), twist coin to remove the bezel from the
instrument casing. See Figure 11
2. Loosen the four front bracket screws (3), then
loosen the center "jack-screw" (4). See Figure 12
Chapter 4
Technical
Support
3. Slide the electronics assembly (5) from the
instrument casing. See Figure 13
4. Lift upper retainer with adhesive gasket to
install/remove plug-in cards. Be sure plug-in cards
are properly seated in slots before reassembling
instrument. See Figure 13
Figure 11
Figure 13
card retainer
1
Input/
output
cards
Side View
2
Figure 12
5
Push down on card retainer
to slide the chassis back
into the case.
3
RLY 1
RLY 2
RLY 3
RLY 4
Input/
output
cards
Front
Panel
4
4.2 AC Power Configurations
Warning: Check AC
Two AC power options are possible; 90 to 132
VAC, or 180 to 264 VAC. Each power option is
selectable via internal jumpers on the main pc
board. See Figure 14
configuration before applying
power to unit.
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Figure 14
Main PC Board
Option Sockets
Security Feature
1
2
3
OUTPUT CARD #1
4
1
2
3
OUTPUT CARD #3
4
1
INPUT CARD
3
OPEN
2
OPEN
Enable the security
feature by setting
positon #1 "closed"
4
OPEN
Disable the security
feature by setting
positon #1 "open"
OUTPUT CARD #2
Blue
Jumpers
180 to 264 VAC 90 to 132 VAC
operation OR operation
Fuse, 1/4 A @
250 VAC (fast blow)
4.3 Installing Input/Output Options
Input/output option cards are "keyed" for proper
insertion into four sockets. Sockets are located on
the unit's main pc board and are clearly marked.
See Figure 14 and table below:
Socket Labeled
Compatible Options
Input Card
Dedicated for input cards
Output Card #1
Accepts all analog output cards
Output Card #2
Accepts all analog output cards
Output Card #3
Dedicated for the 2-Relay output card.
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4.4 Option Cards and Accessories
Part Number
Input Cards
Code
3-9010.400-1 (requires configuration) Frequency Input (non-isolated)
See section 4.5
198 840 621
3-9010.400-2 (configuration not
required)
Frequency Input (isolated)
198 840 622
3-9010.400-3
4 to 20/0 to 20 mA input
(isolated)
198 840 623
3-9010.400-4
0 to 5/0 to 10 VDC input
(isolated)
198 840 624
Part Number
Output Cards
Code
3-9000.450-1 (requires configuration) 4 to 20/0 to 20 mA
See section 4.6
(non-isolated)
198 840 631
3-9000.450-2
0 to 5 VDC (non-isolated)
198 840 632
3-9000.450-3
0 to 10 VDC (non-isolated)
198 840 633
3-9000.460-1 (requires configuration) 4 to 20/0 to 20 mA (isolated)
See section 4.6
198 840 634
3-9000.460-2
0 to 5 VDC (isolated)
198 840 635
3-9000.460-3
0 to 10 VDC (isolated)
198 840 636
3-9000.440-1
2-Relay card
198 849 641
Part Number
Accessories
Code
3-5000.399
+GF+ SIGNET mounting
adapter plate
198 840 224
3-5000.395
NEMA 4X/IP65 back cover
198 840 227
3-9010.650
Assorted engineering labels
198 840 205
3-9000.392
Conduit connector kit for
NEMA 4X back cover
(includes 3 connectors)
198 840 217
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Part Number
Spare Parts
Code
3-9000.525-1
Front bezel
198 840 206
3-9000.575
Panel mounting gasket
198 840 207
3-9000.560
Mounting Clamp
198 840 216
2400-0404
Front cover screws (4 each)
198 840 209
3-9000.570
Front cover gasket
198 840 210
6400-0019
Fuse, 1/4 A @ 250 VAC (fast blow)
198 840 208
4.5 Input Card Configuration
Figure 15
Frequency (non-iso) input card
dip switch settings
0 1
The non-isolated Frequency Input Card (Part
number 3-9010.400-1) requires dip switch
configuration prior to operation. See Figure 15
1
+ GF+
Signet
Sensor
508
2502
Dip switch settings
1234
1011
Function
5 VDC power to sensor
with pull down resistor
1111*
No power to sensor with
pulldown resistor
1110
3
525
2515
2717
No power to sensor with no
pulldown resistor
2000
2507
2536
2540
2550
1001
5 VDC power to sensor
with pull up resistor
4
2
515
TTL inputs
Frequency
Input Card
Dip Switch
*Dip switch factory configured for the +GF+ SIGNET 515 Rotor-X Paddlewheel Flow Sensor.
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4.6 Output Card Configuration
Each 4 to 20/0 to 20 mA (iso or non-iso) output
card contains jumper selections for it's operation
range.
• Placing the blue jumper in the "A" position
configures the card for 4 to 20 mA operation.
Figure 16
4 to 20/0 to 20 mA output
cards
Non-isolated
version
A
B
Isolated version
B
Blue
Jumper
Blue
Jumper
A
• Placing the blue jumper in the "B" position
configures the card for 0 to 20 mA operation.
4.7 Troubleshooting
Error codes will be shown on the display after an
abnormal occurrence, such as large amounts of
electromagnetic interference or a large voltage
transient on the AC power line occur.
Displayed error codes represent corrupted setup
data in the internal memory which must be reentered by the operator. See Figure 17
Figure 17
Displayed error codes
Front
Display
CAL Menu Error Codes
RELAY Menu Error Codes
OUTPUT Menu Error Codes
01:
02:
03:
04:
05:
06:
07:
08:
01:
02:
03:
04:
05:
06:
01: Recalibrate ANL 1 settings
02: Recalibrate ANL 2 settings
Reset
Reset
Reset
Reset
Reset
Reset
Reset
Reset
K-factor/low setpoint
K-factor/high setpoint
Totalizer
totalizer multiplier
flow averaging
flow decimal
contrast
security code
Reset
Reset
Reset
Reset
Reset
Reset
relay 1 LO, HI or Pulse
relay 1 flow/pulse setpoint
reley 1 hysteresis
relay 2 LO, HI or Pulse
relay 2 flow/pulse setpoint
relay 2 hysteresis
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Specifications
Power Requirements
17 to 30 VDC @ 0.5 A max. and/or
90 to 132 VAC @ 50 to 60 Hz or
180 to 264 VAC @ 50 to 60 Hz
Operating Temperature
32 to 130 °F/0 to 55 °C
Relative Humidity
95% R.H. max., non-condensing
Enclosure
Materials: ABS plastic
Rating: NEMA 4X/IP65 front
NEMA 4X/IP65 rear cover (optional)
Dimensions: 3.5 X 3.5 X 6.0 in./
88 X 88 X 165 mm
Memory Backup
Non-volatile RAM
Liquid Crystal Display
4.5 digits, 0.5 in./12.7 mm height (upper)
8 digits, 0.3 in./7.6 mm height (lower)
2 alarm annunciators
Accuracy: 0-5 kHz input, 0.05% of reading
Display Averaging
Programmable from 2 to 10 seconds
Noise Immunity
Exceeds IEC 801-2, level 3, IEC 801-3, level 2
Input Signal
Frequency (iso or non-iso):
Frequency range: 0 to 10 kHz
K-factor range: .0001 to 19999.
Minimum signal amplitude:
Non-iso freq input: 0.2 Vp-p
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(continued)
Isolated freq input: 0.5 Vp-p
Isolation: 500 VDC to earth ground
Flow Current and Voltage (iso):
Input range: 4 to 20 mA or 0 to 20 mA
0 to 5 VDC or 0 to 10 VDC
Isolation: 500 VDC isolation to earth ground
Output Signals
Sensor Pulse Output
TTL compatible synchronous with sensor input
Max. current sink: 20 mA
Max. current source: 10 mA
Counter Pulse Output
Open collector transistor synchronous with totalizer
Max. current sink: 50 mA @ 30 VDC max.
2-Relay
Outputs: Two SPDT contact outputs: 5 A @ 250
VAC or 30 VDC resistive load max. current
Analog 4 to 20 or 0 to 20 mA
Response time: 2.5 s max. for 100% change
Maximum loop resistance: 425 Ω
Isolation: 500 VDC to earth ground
Accuracy: ±0.5% of full scale
Analog 0 to 5 or 0 to 10 VDC
Response time: 2.5 s max. for 100% change
Maximum loop resistance: 1 kΩ (1000 Ω)
Isolation: 500 VDC to earth ground (optional)
Accuracy: ±0.5% of full scale
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U.S. Warranty
Information
Limited Two-Year Warranty
Signet Scientific Company warrants its instruments
to be free from defects in material and
workmanship under normal use for a period of two
years from the date of purchase by the initial
owner, or three years from date of manufacture,
whichever comes first, as described in the
following paragraphs.
This warranty does not cover defects caused by
abuse or electrical damage. Signet Scientific
Company will not cover under warranty any
instruments damaged during shipment to the
factory less case or if improperly packed. Repair
attempts by anyone other than authorized service
personnel will void the warranty. Proof of date of
purchase will be required before warranty repairs
can begin. Transducers and cables will not be
covered after installation.
Parts which prove to be defective in the first year
will be repaired or replaced free of charge
including labor, shipped F.O.B. our factory or a
designated service center (addresses furnished
upon request).
Only non-moving parts, such as electrical
components, which prove defective during the
second year are warranted. Meter movements will
not be covered. All units qualifying for warranty
service after one year are subject to a service
charge for replacement of non-moving parts.
Items returned for warranty repair must be shipped
prepaid and insured. Warranty claims are
processed on the condition that prompt notification
of a defect is given to Signet Scientific Company
within the warranty period.
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Signet Scientific Company shall have the sole right
to determine whether in fact a warranty situation
exists.
Signet Scientific Company is continually making
design changes and improvements that adapt to
the original circuit configuration. These will be
incorporated as required in older units on a
minimal charge basis while under warranty.
Consequential Damages
Signet Scientific Company shall not be liable for
special consequential damages of any nature with
respect to any merchandise or service sold,
rendered or delivered.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and
you may also have other rights which vary from
state to state.
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Notes:
Notes:
Notes:
+GF+ SIGNET
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China
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Tel. 052/631 1111, Fax 052/631 2830
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Tel. 61/3 9568 0966, Fax 61/3 9568 0988
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