Smart Temperature Transmitter MODEL: SB-TT

Smart Temperature Transmitter
MODEL: SB-TT
Smart Biene Inc., 250 East Main Street, Stuttgart, Germany.
Email: info@smartbiene.com
Document ID: SB-TT (0101)
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TERMINAL WIRING
01. Voltage Output (-) / GND
02. Voltage Output (+)
03. Relay-1: NO
04. Relay-1: NC
05. Relay-1: COM
06. Sensor Connection (Thermocouple/RTD/Milivolt / Resistor)
07. Sensor Connection (Thermocouple/RTD/ Milivolt / Resistor)
08. Sensor Connection (Thermocouple/RTD/ Milivolt / Resistor)
09. Sensor Connection (Thermocouple/RTD/ Milivolt / Resistor)
10. Relay-2: NO
11. Relay-2: NC
Figure 3. Panel Terminal Wiring
12. Relay-2: COM
13. Current Output (-)
14. Current Output (+)
15. Not Supported For This Model
16. Not Supported For This Model
(06)
(07)
(08)
(09)
17. Not Supported For This Model
18. Relay-4: COM
19. Relay-4: NC
Thermocouple
20. Relay-4: NO
21. RS-485 (Modbus-RTU): B
Thermocouple
Differential
Tdiff= T1- T2
22. RS-485 (Modbus-RTU): A
23. Relay-3: COM
T1
T2
24. Relay-3: NC
25. Relay-3: NO
Milivolt
26. Sensor Connection
27. Not Supported For This Model
28. Not Supported For This Model
mV2
Milivolt
Differential
Tdiff= T1- T2
mV1
RTD or Resistor
2W
RTD or Resistor
3W
Figure 4 Voltage Output Wiring
RTD OR Resistor
4W
14. Current Output (+)
13. Current Output (-)
Figure 5 Current Output Wiring
T2
RTD or Resistor
Differential
Tdiff= T1 - T2
T1
Figure 6. All types of sensors Wiring
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Connection Cable
For Current Output If electromagnetic interference is expected
which is above the test values of EN 61326-1 for industrial
areas, screened cable should be used.
If screened cable is required, we recommend connecting the
cable screen on both ends to ground potential. In the sensor,
the screen should be connected directly to the internal ground
terminal. The ground terminal on the outside of the housing
must be connected to the ground potential (with low
impedance).
Figure 7 screened cable wiring
RS-485 Network Topology.
RS-485 suggests its nodes to be networked in a daisy-chain, or
bus topology.
In this topology, the participating drivers, receivers, and
transceivers connect to a main cable trunk via short network
stubs. The interface bus can be designed for half-duplex
transmission.
Rt=120Ω
Figure 8 RS-485 network topology
Figure 9 RS-485 Cable
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Alarm LED
Micro-SD Card
OPERATION
Micro USB-B
Touch Buttons:
Four infrared touch buttons are designed for device
configuration. During data entry the device remains on-line, the
Outputs continue to indicate the actual operating values. The
individual key functions are described below:
Up Button: (▲)
This key is one of the two arrow keys. It’s
Used for increasing digits, going up in
Up ▲
Down▼
Menu/Enter ►
Back ◄
Menu subpages, changing main pages, etc.
Menu / Enter Button: (►)
Figure 10 Panel front View
It’s used for entering in menu (hold it
3SEC), Entering in submenus, Selecting digits, etc.
NOTICE
Back Button: (◄)
It’s used for turning off the LCD backLight (hold it 3SEC), return to main

Pages from menu, return from submenus
For better buttons excitation, recommended to use flat
Metal (0.5in diam eter).
In menu, etc.

To improve sensitivity of touch buttons set the screw in
terminal panel, which is mentioned on page 3. In electrical
Down Button: (▼)
diagram section.
This key is one of the two arrow keys.

It’s used for decreasing digit value, going
Don’t open the device front door (keep clean inside
surface of glass - it’s vital.)
Down in menu subpages, changing main
Pages, etc.
RESET FACTORY

If it is necessary to restore the all settings to the original
factory configuration, touch and hold menu and back
buttons (►◄ 3SEC) until the display asks for reset factory
and then select YES.
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MAIN PAGES

6 Main Pages are Designed for measuring param eters, output status …., you can move between main pages by up and down buttons(▲▼):
o
MAIN PAGES 1/3: measuring values and parameters, output status …
o
ERRORS PAGE 2/3: Describes errors which are shown in MAIN PAGES.
o
INFO PAGE 3/3: Describes som e features and specifications of Device such as serial number, model code, measuring range…
MAIN PAGES (1/3)

Measured Values: the main 6 digits show measured
value temperature, millivolt or resistance of connected
sensor.

Alarms status: Bold when Enabled, and red when
excited.

MIN & MAX values: Bold when Enabled.

Current Output (Iout) status: Bold when Enabled.

Voltage Output (Vout) status: Bold when Enabled.

Data Logger (Log) status: Bold when Enabled.

Percent of Measuring Range (refer to info page) Graph:
50% as show in figures.

Errors status: E1, (Refer to error page.)

Measuring Unit: meter as show in figures.
ERROR PAGE (2/3)

E1: this error appears when data logging is
impossible such as the absence of SD-Card, full
memory, or any other Hardware based problems.
INFO PAGE (3/3)

E2: this error appears when sensor connection to
device has problem such as disconnecting, short

Software of device.

circuit or any dam age to sensor cables.
Tag ID: you can change Tag ID only by PC

the measuring range of sensor. This error can result
Serial Number, Model code, sensor range and
in damage of device.
production date are Factory registered information.

NOTICE: percentage value in main page 1 is based
on sensor range. Min-Max of range is equal to
0-100%.
E3: this error appears when measured value exceeds

E4: this error appears when measuring value is out
of measuring outputs. For example if 20 mA
configured equal to 20 m and measured value is
more than 20 m, this error appears.
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MENU QUICK GUIDE
Temperatue
Main Page
Error
RTD
Single or Differential
PT50-PT100 - PT200-PT500PT1000-Cu10-Ni120
2 wire /3wire/4wire
for single only
Unit: C ,F
Info
2wire/3wire/4wire
Resistor
Single or Differential
Thermocouple
SIngle/DIfferential
T-R-S-B-J-E-K-N
Mili Voltage
Single/Differential
Unit: uV, mV
for single only
Enable/Disable
Unit: mohm, ohm
Sensor Type and Unit
Value
Unit: C,F
High/Low
Alarm Setting1
Up Hysteresis
Alarm Setting2, 3, 4
Same As Alarm1
Enable/disable
Down Hysteresis
0-20 mA
P1: current corespont temp:
On Delay
SB-TT
Analogue Outputs
P2:current
corespont temp:
Off Delay
Modbus Adress
samples to averaging
0-10V
Same As mA
Enable/Disable
Max & Min
Reset
Enable/Disable
2 POINT CALIBRATION FOR
Miliovolt&resistor input:
p1(v or ohm) value
P1(v or ohm) Value
Enter Password
Offset Calibration (for RTD & TC only)
LCD Power Off Time
From 0 to 60 min
Date & Time
Enable/Disable
Data Logger
Sampling time.
change password
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RESET FACTORY - RESET PASSWORD

If it is necessary to restore all menu settings to the original
factory configuration, touch and hold menu and back
buttons (►◄ 3SEC) until the display ask for reset factory
and then select YES.

If you have forgotten Password, so you can use Reset
factory configuration, it changes password to 000.
HOW TO ENTER MENU

Touch and hold menu button for 3sec and enter
password. (► 3SEC)

Use menu button to move between digits. (►)

Use up & Down buttons to increase and decrease
digits. (▲▼)

Touch and hold menu button for 3sec to enter menu
(if password is correct). (► 3SEC)

If you have forgotten password , touch and hold
menu and back buttons to (►◄ 3SEC)
SENSOR TYPE & UNIT SELECTION
After enter in menu, first setting is measuring unit:

Touch menu to enter units (►)

Use up and down buttons to move between 10
sensor types and units. (▲▼)

Touch menu again to select the unit. (►)

Touch back button to exit from unit setting. (◄)
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ALARM SETTING
Based on relay selection you can configure two or four relays setting in menu:
Alarm x setting:

Touch Down to select Alarm x settings. (▼)

Touch menu. (►)

Enable or disable: you can disable or enable alarm (relay). Use up
and down to move and finally use menu button to select disable or
enable. (▲▼►)

Value: Touch down button and then menu to change alarm value,
use menu to move between digits and up and down change values.
(▼▲►)

High or low: Touch down button and then menu button to select
High or Low setting for alarm:
o
High: when measured value exceeds alarm value, then
relay excites.
o
Low: when measured value lessen than alarm value, then
relay excites.

Hysteresis: you can define up and down hysteresis values for alarm
value: Touch down button and then menu button to change
hysteresis values, use menu to move between digits and up and
down to change values. (▼▲►)
o
Up hysteresis: when alarm is in low mode, and relay is
excited; when measured value exceeds alarm value + up
hysteresis, relay returns to its normal status.
o
Down hysteresis: when alarm is in high mode, and relay
is excited; when measured value lessens alarm value down hysteresis, relay returns to its normally situation.

Delay: you can define on and off delay for alarms, you can define up
and down hysteresis values for alarm value: Touch down button and
then menu to change hysteresis values, use menu to move between
digits and up and down to change values. (▼▲►)

o
Delay on: delay for relay excitation.
o
Delay off: delay for relay to return to its normal status.
Touch back button to return to the main menu
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ANALOGUE OUTPUTS
Based on model order there are two analogue output for device:

Touch down and menu to enter in an analogue output setting: (▼►)

Touch up and down and menu to select between 0-20mA and 0-10V
settings: (▼▲►)

0-20mA:
o
You can disable or enable 0-20mA output. Use up and down to
move and finally use menu button to select disable or enable.
(▲▼►)
o
point Value & point mA:
For this output type you can define a linear relation
between measured value (between measuring range) and
current output (between 0 to 20mA) by means of two
points. Thus we have:
Point 1 value ↔ point1 mA
Point 2 value ↔ point2 mA
Thus you can have 4-20mA or 0-20mA … current outputs
for your measurement range!
Touch down button and then menu to change alarm value, use
menu to move between digits and up and down to change
values. (▼▲►)

0-10V:
o
You can disable or enable 0-10V output. Use up and down to
move and finally use menu button to select disable or enable.
(▲▼►)
o
point Value & point V:
Similar to current output you can have 0-10V or 0-5V for
voltage output for your measurement range.
Thus we have two point for linear relation:
Point 1 value ↔ point1 V
Point 2 value ↔ point2 V
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RS-485 (Modbus-RTU)
Based on model order Modbus-RTU communication protocol
is possible for device, Touch down button and then menu to
change address value. (▼▲►)
Refer to Modbus-RTU map Register manual for

transmitter.
In menu you can define device as a slave with

address 001 to 247.
SAMPLES TO AVERAGE
You can define number of samples to average for measuring
algorithms:

Increasing samples to average, damp noise of
measured value and increase response time of
device.
MAX & MIN

you can record and display max and min of
measured value in main page 1:
o
Enable or disable: in Min & Max menu,
Use up and down to move and finally use
menu button to select disable or enable.
(▲▼►)
o
Erase: in Min & MAX menu, Use up and
down to move and finally use menu button
to select Erase and then select yes to
erase and reset Max & Min values
displayed in main page 1. (▲▼►)
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TWO POINT CALIBRATION
(Milivolt & Resistor Input)
You can use this setting for field calibration of device when TC
or RTD is selected:
you can measure any millivolt or potentiometer source

(any type of sensor transducer with volt or resistance
output ) and Define a Linear equation between
measured signal and display or output values.
Definition of linear equation is possible by two-point
calibration of signal:
o
apply first reference by sensor(for example
apply 20Ω by potentiometer ) as point 1
o
enter corresponding value for point1
o
Then press menu to calibrate and receive
Displayed value
Value P2
Value P1
“point1 calibrated” command.
o
Do this for second point
o
Thus you have linear relation between
displayed or output value and input signal
As show in fig.11 .
Refe.1
Refe.2
Measured value (Ω)
Figure 11 point calibration (for milivolt and resistor only)
OFFSET CALIBRATION (TC & RTD)
You can use this setting for field calibration of device when TC
or RTD is selected:

Put sensor in reference Temperature.

Insert reference value in offset calibration value and
then touch menu to calibrate it.

In this calibration method a constant value (reference
value - measured value) will be added to measured
value to achieve correct measurem ent.
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LCD POWER OFF TIME
You can define a power off time for LCD Backlight:

Values form 1 to 60 minutes.

Also you can select disable for continuously LCD
Backlight ON. Not Recommended!
DATE & TIME
For Data Logger option, you can set date and time, use menu
to move between digits and up and down to change values.
(▼▲►)

Use CR2032- 3V battery on electrical board behind
LCD.

For normal operation, life of battery is 2 years.

If don’t use battery, date and time will reset by device
power off.
DATA LOGGER
With this option you can measure and record data to SD-Card:

Recording Data on 2GB MICRO SD-Card with date
and time Tag. Saving data as a TEXT file.

Sampling period: change sampling period from
1sec to 9999 sec. use menu to move between digits
and up and down to change values. (▼▲►)
CHANGE PASSWORD
You can change Password for entering menu:

Enter menu: change password

Enter old password

Enter new password

Confirm new password, enter new password again.

Password changed!
If you have forgotten password, use reset factory option.
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All specifications are subject to change without notice.
All sales subject to standard terms and conditions.
© Smart Biene Inc. 2012/09/15
Smart Biene Inc., 250 East Main Street, Stuttgart,
Germany.
Email: info@smartbiene.com
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