FEMA ELECTRÓNICA

Series M40
Panel Meters
FEMA ELECTRÓNICA
Panel meter 96x48mm
Model M40-T
Pt100/RTD
Thermocouples
Panel meter for Pt100/RTD (2 and 3 wires), and thermocouples J, K, T, E, S,
R, N, C, L and X with temperature display in degrees celsius (ºC) or fahrenheit
(ºF). Selectable Pt100/RTD resolution at 1º or 0.1º, and manual offset available.
Thermocouple measure with internal CJC selectable (enabled or disabled).
Selectable behavior in case of sensor break (‘to_high’ or ‘to_low’). Housing
96x48mm DIN standard. Display in 4 digits plus negative sign. Maximum and
minimum display memory, steps, alarms with single or double setpoints, 5 levels
of brightness, ... Universal AC and DC power modules and up to 3 modules for
signal retransmission and control.
USER’S Manual
(2185r00)
User’s Manual M40-T
Meter M40-T
Panel meter 96x48mm size for Pt100/RTD and thermocouples
Panel meter for temperature signals, accepts Pt100/RTD with
2 and 3 wires, and thermocouples J, K, T, E, S, R, N, C, L and
X. Temperature display in degrees celsius (ºC) or fahrenheit
(ºF). Thermocouple cold junction compensation selectable.
Manual offset selectable. Selectable behavior for alarms in
case of sensor break (‘to_high’ or ‘to_low’).
Power options with universal AC and DC ranges, and space
for three additional control and/or signal retransmission
modules.
Instrument with 96x48mm standard DIN size. Resolution 4
digits plus negative sign.
Connections via plug-in screw terminals and configuration
via three front push-buttons. For application on industrial
environments.
Management for up to 4 alarms with 1 or 2 setpoints each
alarm, with hysteresis and delays. Provides memory for maximum and minimum, display on selectable steps, password
and selectable levels of brightness.
Standard IP54 front protection, with optional upgrade to IP65
protection.
Order Reference
Model
M40
-
T
Power
-
Option1
H
-H
-L
-
(85-265 Vac/dc)
(11-60 Vdc
and 24/48 Vac)
---
Option2
-
---
Option3
-
---
Others
-
---
-R1 (1 relay)
-R1 (1 relay)
-R1 (1 relay)
-65 (IP65)
-AO (Analogue output) -AO (Analogue output) -AO (Analogue output) -(empty)
-(empty)
-(empty)
-(empty)
Precautions on installation
Risk of electrical shock. Instrument terminals can be connected
to dangerous voltage.
The instrument does not have a general switch and will start operation as
soon as power is connected. The instrument does not have protection fuse,
the fuse must be added during installation.
Instrument protected with double isolation. No earth connection
required.
The instrument is designed to be panel mounted. An appropriate ventilation
of the instrument must be assured. Do not expose the instrument to excess
of humidity. Maintain clean by using a humid rag and do NOT use abrasive
products such as alcohols, solvents, etc.
Instrument is in conformity with CE rules and regulations. See
“CE Declaration of Conformity” further in this document.
This instrument has been designed and verified according to the 61010-1
CE security regulation, and is designed for applications on industrial environments. See the “CE Declaration of Conformity” further in this document for
information on the category of measure and the degree of pollution levels
that apply.
Installation of this instrument must be performed by qualified personnel
only. This manual contains the appropriate information for the installation.
Using the instrument in ways not specified by the manufacturer may lead
to a reduction on the specified protection level. Disconnect the instrument
from power before starting any maintenance and / or installation action.
General recommendations for electrical installations apply, and for proper
functionality we recommend : if possible, install the instrument far from
electrical noise or magnetic field generators such as power relays, electrical motors, speed variators, ... If possible, do not install along the same
conduits power cables (power, motor controllers, electrovalves, ...) together
with signal and/or control cables.
Before proceeding to the power connection, verify that the voltage level
available matches the power levels indicated in the label on the instrument.
In case of fire, disconnect the instrument from the power line, fire alarm
according to local rules, disconnect the air conditioning, attack fire with
carbonic snow, never with water.
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Input signal connections - Pt100/RTD
Front View
Alarms
Measure can be selected for 2 or 3 wire systems.
1 2 3
Select input Pt100 2Wires in the
menu. Terminal 2 can be left unconnected.
RTD/Pt100
2 wires
1 2 3
Logo
Button LE
Select input Pt100 3Wires in the
menu
Units
Button SQ
Button UP
RTD/Pt100
3 wires
Rear View
Option3
Option1
Input signal connections - Thermocouple
Option2
To configure, select the appropriate thermocouple type in the
configuration menu.
1 2 3
+
-
Signal
Power Connections
Power
8 9 0
~
+
~
-
Earth connection - Although a terminal is offered for earth connection, the
connection is optional. The instrument does not need this connection for
correct functioning nor for compliance with the security regulations.
Fuse - To comply with security regulation 61010-1, add to the power line
a protection fuse acting as disconnection element, easily accessible to the
operator and identified as a protection device.
Power “H” fuse 250mA time-lag
Power “L” FEMA ELECTRÓNICA - Page 3
fuse 400mA time-lag
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Technical Data (cont.)
Technical Data
Digits4
Type
7 segments, red
Height
14 mm
Display maximum
9999
Display minimum
-9999
Decimal point
selectable 8.8.8.8.
Overrange 9999 flashing
Underrange
-9999 flashing
Signals accepted
Temperature scale
Display units
Power
Power “H”
85 to 265 Vac/dc
Power “L”
11 to 60 Vdc and 24/48Vac
Consumption<4W
Isolation
3500Veff for power “H”
2000Veff for power “L”
all levels tested for 60 seconds
Pt100/RTD and Thermocouples
ITS90
ºC or ºF, selectable
Thermocouple data
Thermocouples acceptedJ, K, T, E, S, R, N, C, L, X
(Thermocouple X is a linear 10uV/ºC signal)
Resolution1º
Ranges
see table 3
Max. error at 25ºC
see table 3
Offset drift see table 3
Span drift*
see table 3
*Note - span drift includes also the offset drift
CJC
automatic (“On”/“Off” selectable)
CJC accuracy
<1.0ºC
CJC thermal drift
<0.04º/ºC
On sensor break
“to_high” or “to_low”, selectable
Acquisitions
3 acquisitions / second
Pt100/RTD data
Sensors accepted
2 or 3 wire, selectable
Resolution
1º or 0.1º, selectable
Rangessee table 3
Alpha
Alpha385 or Alpha390, selectable
Max. error at 25ºC
see table 3
Offset drift
see table 3
Span drift *
see table 3
*Note - span drift includes also the offset drift
Cable compensation
up to 14 Ohm
Compensation accuracy <0.02ºC / Ohm
Acquisitions
4 acquisitions / second
Type
Configuration
3 frontal push buttons
Functions available
Steps Memory of maximum
Memory of minimum
Password
Double setpoints
Brightness control
yes, configurable
yes
yes
yes, configurable
yes
yes, 5 levels
Optional boards
3 free slots
Mechanical
Mountingpanel
Connections
plug-in screw terminals
Weight
<150 grams
Housing materials ABS, polycarbonate, vergaflex
Front size
96x48mm
Panel cut-out
92x44mm
Deep from panel
91mm (including terminal)
Protection Temperature Operation 0 to 50ºC
Temperature Storage
–20 to +70ºC
Warm-up 15 minutes
Max. error
Range ºC
IP54 standard
IP65 optional (Front sealed. Opening the front breaks the seal)
Range ºF
at 25ºC*
Offset drift
Span drift*
*includes offset drift
800 / -200 ºC
<0.2ºC
1562 / -328 ºF
0.05º/ºC
0.10º/ºC
Thermocouple J
1200 / -200 ºC
<2ºC
2192 / -328 ºF
0.05º/ºC
0.20º/ºC
Thermocouple K
1372 / -200 ºC
<2ºC
2372 / -328 ºF
0.05º/ºC
0.20º/ºC
Thermocouple T
400 / -200 ºC
<2ºC
752 / -328 ºF
0.02º/ºC
0.02º/ºC
Thermocouple E
1000 / -200 ºC
<2ºC
1832 / -328 ºF
0.05º/ºC
0.20º/ºC
Thermocouple S
1768 / -50 ºC
<4ºC
2282 / -58 ºF
0.20º/ºC
0.20º/ºC
Thermocouple R
1600 / -50 ºC
<4ºC
2912 / -58 ºF
0.20º/ºC
0.20º/ºC
Thermocouple N
1300 / -200 ºC
<2ºC
2372 / -328 ºF
0.05º/ºC
0.20º/ºC
Thermocouple C
2320 /
0 ºC
<2ºC
4192 /
32 ºF
0.02º/ºC
0.02º/ºC
Thermocouple L
900 / -200 ºC
<2ºC
1652 / -328 ºF
0.05º/ºC
0.20º/ºC
Thermocouple X
4000 / -200 ºC
<2ºC
7232 / -328 ºF
0.02º/ºC
0.02º/ºC
Pt100/RTD
Table 3 - Thermocouple and PT100/RTD specifications
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Mechanical Dimensions (mm)
48
Information Menu
Configuration
96
44
16
75
Sensor type
8
ºC or ºF
Panel
cut-out
Memory of maximum
Maximum
92
Memory of minimum
Minimum
“On / Off”
Alarm1
“Max” / “Min”
Information Menu - Operation
Setpoint
To enter the “Information Menu” press the SQ button. The
“Information Menu” allows to visualize information and does
not allow to modify the configuration of the instrument. It is
not affected by the “PASSWord” function. During operation
with the “Information Menu”, alarms remain “frozen” and are
kept on-hold. Leaving the “Information Menu” returns to the
measuring state of the instrument, without restart.
Counts
Hysteresis
Seconds
Delay
Information Menu Tree - See page 5.
Second
setpoint
Setpoint2
Rollback - After 30 seconds without interaction from the
operator, the instrument leaves the “Information Menu”.
See menu for Alarm1
Button SQ - Selects the visible option.
See menu for Alarm1
Button UP - Moves vertically along the available menu options.
Button LE - Leaves selected menu or leaves the “Information Menu”.
Information Menu - Description
Configuration (Conf) - Information on the configured input
sensor and the degrees selected.
Maximum (MAX) - Value of the maximum display.
See menu for Alarm1
Option installed
Option1
Option installed
Option2
Option installed
Option3
Minimum (MIn) - Value of the minimum display.
AlarmX (ALX) - Configuration of alarm X. The sequence of
information shows if the alarm is being managed (“On/Off”),
the alarm type (“Max/Min”), the setpoint, the hysteresis value,
the activation delay and the value of setpoint2 (“Off” or the
setpoint2 value).
OptionX (OptX) - Type of module installed. If there is no
module shows “nonE”.
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Configuration Menu
Configuration Menu - Operation
To enter the “Configuration Menu” press the SQ button. The
“Configuration Menu” allows to change the configuration of the
instrument. Access to the “Configuration Menu” can be password protected with the function “PASSWord”. During operation
with the “Configuration Menu” the alarms are kept “on-hold”.
When leaving the “Configuration Menu” the instrument performs
a restart, and new configuration is applied. During the restart of
the instrument, a short alarm deactivation is performed.
Pt100/RTD 2 wires
Input
Pt100/RTD 3 wires
Thermocouple J
Thermocouple K
Thermocouple T
Configuration Menu Tree - See page 6 and 7.
Thermocouple E
Description of Configuration Menu functions - See page
8 and 9.
Thermocouple S
Thermocouple R
Rollback - After 30 seconds without interaction from the
operator, the instrument leaves the “Configuration Menu”,
discarding all changes.
Thermocouple N
Thermocouple C
Button SQ - Moves horizontally on the menu. Allows selection of the current option displayed. During a value selection
menu (for example a setpoint value) validates the value on
display.
Button UP - Moves vertically on the menu. Displays the
available menu options. During a value selection menu (for
example a setpoint value) increases digit value from 0 to 1,
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
Button LE - Leaves the current menu. Pressing LE several
times will leave all menus and leave the “Configuration Menu”
tree. During a value selection menu (for example a setpoint
value) allows to select each digit for modification with the
UP button.
Thermocouple L
Thermocouple X
Celsius
Temp. Config,
Degrees
Fahrenheit
1º Resolution
Pt100/RTD res..
0.1º Resolution
Reset - Leaving the “Configuration Menu” forces a restart of
the instrument, even in case of no changes in configuration.
Default factory configuration
Sensor
Pt100 2Wire
DegreesºC
Resolution0.1º
Offset0
On Break
To high
Alpha385
Alarms 1,2,3 and 4
Active
Off (not managed)
Type
maximum
Setpoint
1000
Hysteresis
0 counts
Delay
0.0 seconds
Setpoint2 Off
Display
Steps
Off
Memory of maximum -9999
Memory of minimum 9999
Tools
Password
Off
Brightness
3
Offset
Offset counts
to add
Thermoc. CJC
Reading to high
On break
Alpha
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Configuration Menu
Alarms
Alarm1
Tools
Active = On
Inactive = Off
Password
Alarm
management
Factory Default
Alarm as max.
Max=Maximum
Min= Minimum
Select password
Resets to factory default values
Alarm as min.
Firmware version
Version
Setpoint
Minimum brightness
Brightness
Counts
Hysteresis
Default brightness
Seconds
Delay
Maximum brightness
Setpoint2
Second setpoint
Configuration for Option1
Option1
See menu for Alarm1
Configuration for Option2
Option2
See menu for Alarm1
Configuration for Option3
See menu for Alarm1
Option3
Display
Steps
Counts for step
Memory of maxim.
Maximum
Reset of maxim.
Memory of minim.
Minimum
Reset of minim.
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Hysteresis (hySt) - Value from “0” to “9999”. Points of hysteresis. The hysteresis applies on the deactivation of the alarm.
Input Menu
The input menu selects the input signal range. Options available are Pt100/RTD 2 or 3 wires, and thermocouples J, K, T,
E, S, R, N, C, L and X.
Note - Thermocouple X is a linear signal at 10uV/ºC.
Temperature Configuration Menu
The temperature configuration menu sets the function parameters for Pt100/RTD and thermocouple sensors.
Degrees (dEG) - Value “ºC/ºF”. Select the temperature to be
displayed in celsius or fahrenheit degrees.
Pt100/RTD resolution (P.rES) - Value “1º/0.1º”. Resolution
for the Pt100/RTD. Select to display with degree or tenth of
degree resolution.
Offset (oFFS) - Value from “-9999” to “9999” counts. Offset
to be added to the reading. Both for Pt100/RTD and thermocouples.
Thermocouple Cold Junction Compensation (t.cJc) - Value “On/Off”. Select “On” for automatic CJC compensation in
the instrument. Select “Off” to disable the CJC compensation.
On break (on.bk) - Value “to_h/to_l”. Select “To L” to make
the reading go to minimum, in case of probe broken. Select
“To H” to make the reading go to maximum in case of probe
broken.
Alpha (ALPh) - Value “385/390”. Select “385” or “390” according to your Pt100/RTD sensor.
AlarmX Menu
The instrument manages up to 4 alarms. Each alarm is
controlled by the condition “display higher (or lower) than
the configured setpoint”. The front leds are controlled by
the activation / deactivation of the related alarm. The relays
installed on Option1 and/or Option2 are controlled by Alarm1
and Alarm2.
Delay (dEL) - Value from “0.0” to “99.9” seconds. Delay to be
applied to the relay activation and deactivation. Relays are
activated and deactivated X seconds after the activation /
deactivation of the alarm. The delay affects only to the relays.
The delay does not affect to the front leds.
Setpoint2 (SEt2) - Value from “-1999” to “9999”. Second
setpoint. The second setpoint allows for the creation of activation windows. If the alarm is configured as maximum with
setpoint 1000 and setpoint2 is configured at 1500, the alarm
will be activated between 1000 and 1500 and the alarm will
be deactivated when display is <1000 and >1500. Setpoint2
is affected on the same way as the setpoint with hysteresis
and delays.
Display Menu
Functions on this menu allow for configuration of the visualization.
Steps (StEP) - Display changes on predefined steps. Values
are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50. The display is made in steps of X
counts. For example, select a step of 20 will make the display
to change in steps of 20 (1420, 1440, 1460, ...).
Maximum (MAX) - Memory of maximum display. Indicates
the maximum value of display since the last reset of the
memory. Memory is reset on the following cases : manual
reset from the Configuration Menu (Maximum), change on
the input signal (Input), modification on the scaling (Scaling),
change on the decimal point (dP), modification of the linearization segments, or instrument power-down.
Minimum (MIn) - Memory of minimum display. Indicates the
minimum value of display since the last reset of the memory.
Memory is reset on the following cases : manual reset from
the Configuration Menu (minimum), change on the input
signal (Input), modification on the scaling (Scaling), change
on the decimal point (dP), modification of the linearization
segments, or instrument power-down.
Active (Act) - Value “On/Off”. Defines if the instrument has to
manage this alarm or not. Select “Off” for alarm not managed.
Type (tyPE) - Value “Max/Min”. Defines the behavior of the
alarm as maximum or minimum alarm. The alarms configured as maximum are activated when the display value is
equal or higher than the setpoint. The alarms configured as
maximum are deactivated when the display is lower than
the setpoint. The alarms configured as minimum have the
inverse behavior.
Setpoint (SEt) - Value from “9999” to “-1999”. Alarm set point.
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Tools Menu
Password (Pass) - Select a number to act as password. This
password will be requested when entering the Configuration
Menu. To deactivate the password select “Off”.
Factory Settings (Fact) - Factory default configuration. Select “yES” to activate the factory default configuration.
Version (Ver) - Firmware version installed.
Light (Ligh) - Luminosity. Select between 5 predefined levels
of luminosity.
Options Menu
K
Menu options OPT1, OPT2 and OPT3 give access to the
configuration menus of the installed options. The menu depends on the installed option. If there is no option installed
the instrument shows “nonE”.
N
Messages and errors
N
B
L
A
When the instrument detects that the displayed value does
not correspond to the input value, the display will flash and
alternate with a message.
IO
“h.udr” Hardware underrange. The thermocouple signal is
lower than minimum readable signal (-30mV).
C
T
“h.oVr” Hardware overrange. The thermocouple signal is
higher than maximum readable signal (80mV).
S
IS
H
“Min” The instrument displays the minimum displayed
value in memory. The minimum visualization is active.
T
“hoLd” The instrument is showing the value present when
the hold function was activated. Hold function is active.
E
“d.udr” Display underrange. The Pt100/RTD is shortcircuited.
“MAX” The instrument displays the maximum displayed
value in memory. The maximum visualization is active.
“brk”
The instrument displays “brk” with either “9999” or
“-9999” when : 1) resistance measured is higher than 390
Ohms (higher than 850ºC for PT100/RTD measure), or 2) in
case the third wire ohm is higher than 15 Ohm, or 3) thermocouple measure is open circuit.
Err.1
Password incorrect.
Err.2
The instrument has detected an installed option but
was unable to communicate.
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Option R1 - 1 relay
Relay type
Maximum current
Voltage
Instalable in
Accessing the instrument
3 contacts (Common, NC, NO)
8A (resistive load)
250 Vac continuously
Option1 and/or Option2 and/or Option3
Connections for Option3
Connections for Option1 and 2
GHI
BCD
LMN
NC
NO
NC
Comm.
NO
Comm.
You may need to access the inside of the instrument to insert
additional options. Use a flat screwdriver to unlock the upper
clips marked with “A”. Then unlock the lower clips marked
with “B” and move out the front filter. Let the inside of the
instrument slide out of the housing.
To reinsert the instrument make sure that all modules are
correctly connected to the pins on the display module. Place
all the set into the housing, assuring that the modules correctly fit into the internal guiding slides of the housing. Once
introduced, place again the front filter by clipping first the
upper clips “A” and then the lower clips “B”.
Important - If your instrument was delivered with the IP65 front
seal option, accessing the inside of the instrument will permanently break the IP65 seal on the areas of clips “A” and “B”.
Warranty
A
All instruments are warranted against all manufacturing
defects for a period of 24 MONTHS from the shipment date.
This warranty does not apply in case of misuse, accident or
manipulation by non-authorized personnel. In case of malfunction get in contact with your local provider to arrange for
repair. Within the warranty period and after examination by
the manufacturer, the unit will be repaired or substituted when
found to be defective. The scope of this warranty is limited to
the repair cost of the instrument, not being the manufacturer
eligible for responsibility on additional damages or costs. .
B
CE Declaration of Conformity
Immunity rules
61000-6-2
Generic rules of immunity
61000-4-2
By contact ±4KV - Criteria B
On air ±8KV - Criteria B
Manufacturer FEMA ELECTRÓNICA, S.A.
Altimira 14 - Pol. Ind. Santiga
E08210 - Barberà del Vallès
BARCELONA - SPAIN
www.fema.es - info@fema.es
61000-4-3 61000-4-4 Criteria A
On AC power lines: ±2KV - Criteria B
On DC power lines: ±2KV - Criteria B
On signal lines : ±1KV - Criteria B
61000-4-5
Between AC power lines ±1KV - Criteria B
Between DC power lines ±0.5KV - Criteria B
Security rules 61010-1
Equipment“Fixed”
“Permanently connected”
Pollution Degree 1 and 2 (without condensation)
IsolationDouble
61000-4-6
61000-4-8
61000-4-11
Criteria A
30A/m at 50Hz - Criteria A
0% 1 cycle Criteria A
40% 10 cycle Criteria B
70% 25 cycle Criteria B
0% 250 cycle Criteria B
Emission rules
61000-6-4 Generic rules of emission
Barberà del Vallès November 2011
Daniel Juncà - Quality Manager
Products - M40-T
The manufacturer declares that the instruments indicated
comply with the directives and rules indicated below.
Directive of electromagnetic compatibility 2004/108/CEE
Directive of low voltage 73/23/CEE
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