Enclosures, Relays, and Accessories

Enclosures, Relays, and Accessories
Bulletin No. APS-F
Drawing No. LP0042
Released 9/06
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MODEL APS - OCTAL PLUG-IN ACCESSORY POWER SUPPLY
PROVIDES . . .
DESCRIPTION
The Model APS is an unregulated +12 VDC supply designed to load share
when connected in parallel with internal power supplies of many Red Lion
Controls Counters and Rate Indicators. It can also be used as a general purpose
“Stand-alone” power supply to power other control circuits, sensors and
accessories. The APS is furnished for 115 VAC or 230 VAC, ±10%, 50/60 Hz
primary supply. Operating temperature range is -20° to +50°C. Output current
is per regulation curve.
O
+12 VDC “HELPER” SUPPLY FOR LOAD SHARING WITH
UNREGULATED COUNTER SYSTEMS WITH UNUSUAL SENSOR
AND ACCESSORY LOADS, OR . . .
O
“STAND-ALONE” APPLICATIONS FOR POWERING SENSORS
AND ACCESSORIES
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
TYPICAL CONNECTION DIAGRAM
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
OUTPUT VOLTS/CURRENT REGULATION CURVE
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
APS01
115 VAC Accessory Power Supply
APS01000
APS02
230 VAC Accessory Power Supply
APS02000
SKT1
--
Base Mount 8-pin Octal Socket
SKT10000
DIN Rail 8-pin Socket
SKTDIN00
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ACCESSORY PLUG-IN RELAY
These industrial relays have a mechanical life
expectancy in excess of 10 million cycles, and are both
UL and CSA recognized.
CONTACTS SHOWN IN
DE-ENERGIZEDPOSITION
RELAY SPECIFICATIONS
COIL VOLTAGE
PART NUMBER
COIL: 12 VDC Coil - 120 Ω ±10%,
Rated +12 VDC @ 100 mA.
115 VAC Coil - 2250 Ω ±10%,
Rated 115 VAC @ 52 mA.
CONTACTS: 10 A @ 115 and 230 VAC
(1/6 HP @ 115 V, 1/3 HP @ 230 VAC)
OPERATING TIMES:
Energize - 30 msec max.
De-energize - 30 msec max.
Operating times do not include bounce time
(approx. 3 msec).
OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE:
-45° to +60°C
ELECTRICAL LIFE: In excess of 100,000 operations
@ rated load.
WEIGHT: 3 oz (85.1 g)
12 VDC
RLY10000
Mating sockets sold separately. See Ordering Information.
115 VAC
RLY30000
PLUG-IN RELAYS PROVIDED FOR
EASY SERVICING & MAINTENANCE
ORDERING INFORMATION
DESCRIPTION
DPDT Plug-in Relay
Base Mount 8-pin Octal Socket
SKT10000
DIN Rail 8-pin Socket
SKTDIN00
LIMITED WARRANTY
The Company warrants the products it manufactures against defects in materials and workmanship
for a period limited to two years from the date of shipment, provided the products have been stored,
handled, installed, and used under proper conditions. The Company’s liability under this limited
warranty shall extend only to the repair or replacement of a defective product, at The Company’s
option. The Company disclaims all liability for any affirmation, promise or representation with
respect to the products.
The customer agrees to hold Red Lion Controls harmless from, defend, and indemnify RLC against
damages, claims, and expenses arising out of subsequent sales of RLC products or products
containing components manufactured by RLC and based upon personal injuries, deaths, property
damage, lost profits, and other matters which Buyer, its employees, or sub-contractors are or may be
to any extent liable, including without limitation penalties imposed by the Consumer Product Safety
Act (P.L. 92-573) and liability imposed upon any person pursuant to the Magnuson-Moss Warranty
Act (P.L. 93-637), as now in effect or as amended hereafter.
No warranties expressed or implied are created with respect to The Company’s products except those
expressly contained herein. The Customer acknowledges the disclaimers and limitations contained
herein and relies on no other warranties or affirmations.
Red Lion Controls AP
Red Lion Controls
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Bulletin No. APSIS-C
Drawing No. LP0184
Released 11/02
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MODEL APSIS - Octal Plug-in Accessory Power Supply With 20 mA Current Sources
PROVIDES...
!
24 VDC UNREGULATED “HELPER” SUPPLY FOR LOAD
SHARING WITH OTHER 24 VOLT SYSTEMS WITH UNUSUAL
SENSOR AND ACCESSORY LOADS OR...
!
“STAND-ALONE” APPLICATIONS FOR POWERING +24 VDC
SENSORS AND ACCESSORIES OR...
!
TWO 20 mA CURRENT SOURCES, EACH CAPABLE OF
SUPPLYING 20 mA OF CURRENT FOR SERIAL
COMMUNICATION LOOPS AND POWERING UP TO 16 UNITS
PER LOOP.
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATIONS
The Model APSIS is a convenient plug-in unregulated +24 VDC power
supply designed to “load share” when connected in parallel with other +24
VDC unregulated systems with unusual power requirements due to sensor or
accessory loading (see Fig.1). It can also be used as a general purpose standalone supply to power +24 VDC control circuits, sensors and accessories (see
Fig.2). In addition, two 20 mA Current Source outputs are available, each
capable of powering up to 16 Serial Communications units (see Fig.3). The
APSIS is available in 115 and 230 VAC ±10%, 50/60 Hz. primary supply (see
Ordering Information). Operating temperature range is -20°C to +50°C.
1. POWER SOURCE: 2 versions, 115 VAC or 230 VAC ±10%, 50/60 Hz., 11
VA max. (see Ordering Information).
2. POWER OUTPUT: +24 VDC unregulated @ 200 mA max. current*,
Ripple = 1.5 V P-P max.
3. OUTPUT: Two 20 mA current sources, each capable of supplying 20 mA of
current for serial communication loops and powering up to 16 units per loop.
4. OPERATING TEMPERATURE: -20°C to +50°C (-4°F to +122°F)
* Maximum available output current derates to 175 mA with 1 source active
and 150 mA max. with both sources active.
TYPICAL LOAD SHARING CONNECTION DIAGRAM
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
Mating
Sockets
Sold
Separately
(See
Ordering
Information)
FIGURE 1
TEMPERATURE MONITORING SYSTEM
A temperature monitoring process requires both remote
and control room indicators and datalogging capabilities.
An RTD (Resistance Temperature Detector) to 4 to 20 mA
Transmitter, provides a proportional 4 to 20 mA output
from the RTD input. Two Red Lion Controls “Loop
Powered Process Indicators” (Model LPPI) are installed
in series in the “Loop” and scaled to provide Local and
Remote temperature displays. A Datalogger is also placed
in the “Loop” to provide a hard-copy of process
temperatures. Each device in the “Loop” has an associated
“voltage drop” as follows: RTD Transmitter = 9 VDC
drop; LPPI = 3 VDC x 2 units = 6 VDC drop; Datalogger
= 5 VDC drop. The total voltage drops in the “Loop” =
20 VDC. Therefore, RLC’s Model APSIS, with its +24
VDC Supply, is used to power this process “Loop”.
FIGURE 2
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PROCESS MONITORING
SYSTEM
8 Apollo Thermocouples (APLTC) and 8
GEMINIs, all with isolated 20 mA Current
Loop Serial Communications, monitor and
control processes within a plant. All units,
which are located in different areas of the
plant, are tied together in series in two
“Loops” (one Transmit Tx, the other
Receive Rx) and are connected to a Central
Computer located in another area of the
plant. Since there are more than 7, and no
more than 16 units in the “Loop”, the
APSIS +20 mA Current Source Outputs are
used to power each “Loop”. (Both Apollo
Thermocouple and Gemini units can power
up to 7 units in a “Loop” when using their
internal 20 mA sources. However, their
sources may not be tied together to power
more than 7 units.) Each unit is assigned a
different address number and the same Baud
rate (see appropriate APLTC or Gemini data
sheet). An application program is written
which allows the Central Computer to send
and retreive data from any APLTC or
Gemini.
OUTPUT VOLTS/CURRENT
*Unregulated output +(2) 20 mA current
sources (if used).
FIGURE 3
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
APSIS
DESCRIPTION
Accessory Power Supply- Current Source
Base Mount, 8-Pin Octal Socket
Din Rail Mount, 8-Pin Octal Socket
PART NUMBERS FOR
AVAILABLE SUPPLY VOLTAGES
230 VAC
115 VAC
APSIS010
APSIS000
SKT10000
SKTDIN00
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Bulletin No. BMK6/7-D
Drawing No. LP0392
Released 8/06
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MODEL BMK6 & BMK7 - BASE MOUNT KIT FOR CUB4, CUB5, DT8 AND DT9 UNITS
DESCRIPTION
The BMK6 and BMK7 base mounts are designed for use with the CUB4,
DT8, and DT9 units. The BMK7 is large enough to accommodate a Microline Power Supply (MLPS) attached to the unit. The BMK6 or BMK7can also
be used for the CUB5 Series without the MLPS attached.
The wires can either be brought through the panel on which the unit is
mounted, or through the hole(s) in the enclosure itself. Grommets are
provided to insert in the hole(s) on the base mount (where applicable) when
wires are routed through it. The grommets are in the accessory bag with each
base mount unit, along with four nuts and bolts for mounting.
The base mounts are constructed of steel with a textured black
polyurethane finish.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
BMK6 - OPEN BASE MOUNT KIT
(Without MLPS)
BMK7 - CLOSED BASE MOUNT KIT
(With or Without MLPS)
INSTALLATION
BMK6 - Open Base Mount
Before attaching the BMK6 to the panel or frame, it is recommended to wire and mount the unit to
ensure good electrical connections. The following steps outline the most common sequence for installing
a unit without an MLPS attached.
1. Install the grommet (provided in the accessory bag) in the hole in the base mount.
2. Assemble nut fastener and mounting screw onto both sides of the mounting clip. The
tip of the screw should not project from the hole in mounting clip.
3. Slide the panel gasket over the rear of the unit to the back of the bezel.
Then install the unit through the opening in the front of the base mount
until the bezel flange makes contact.
4. Slide the mounting clip over the rear of the unit until the
mounting clip is against the inside of the base mount. The
mounting clip has latching features which engage into
mating features on the unit’s housing.
Note: It is necessary to hold the unit in place when sliding the
mounting clip into position.
5. Alternately tighten each screw to ensure uniform gasket
compression.
6. Connect the necessary wires from the grommet to the unit.
7. Mount the base mount enclosure to the panel or frame as application
requires. Four bolts and nuts are provided with the Base Mount Kit.
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INSTALLATION
BMK7 - Closed Base Mount
Before attaching the BMK7 to the panel or frame, it is recommended to
wire and mount the unit to ensure good electrical connections. The following
steps outline the most common sequence for installing a unit with an MLPS
attached.
1. Install the grommets (provided in the accessory bag) in the holes
in the base mount.
2. Slide the panel gasket over the rear of the unit to the back
of the bezel.
3. Remove the common and V+ screw terminals
from the rear of the unit (save for later
use), and replace them with the
hex drive stand-offs with
round washers (supplied
with the MLPS).
4. Assemble nut fastener
and mounting screw
onto both sides of the
mounting clip. The tip
of the screw should not
project from the hole in
mounting clip.
5. Route the wires from
the grommets, through
the mounting clip, into
the rear of the base mount
and out the front.
Note: It is necessary to hold the unit in place when sliding the mounting
clip into position.
9. Alternately tighten each screw to ensure uniform gasket compression.
6. Connect the wires necessary for the application to the unit.
7. Install the unit through the opening in the front of the base mount until the
bezel flange makes contact.
8. Slide the mounting clip over the rear of the unit until the mounting clip is
against the inside of the base mount. The mounting clip has latching
features which engage into mating features on the unit’s housing.
10. Connect AC power to the terminal block of the MLPS.
Note: Make sure the AC selector switch is set to the appropriate position
before applying power to the unit.
11. Mount the MLPS and optional sensor wires needed to the stand-offs using
the screw terminal from the unit with the supplied square washers.
12. Mount the base mount enclosure to the panel or frame as application
requires. Four bolts and nuts are provided with the Base Mount Kit.
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO
BMK
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
OPEN BASE MOUNT KIT
BMK60000
CLOSED BASE MOUNT KIT
BMK70000
For More information on Pricing, Enclosures & Panel Mount Kits refer to
the RLC Catalog or contact your local RLC Distributor.
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Red Lion Controls
20 Willow Springs Circle
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Bulletin No. BMK6/7-E
Drawing No. LP0392
Released 6/08
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MODEL BMK6, BMK7 & BMK7A - BASE MOUNT KIT FOR CUB4, CUB5 & DT8 UNITS
DESCRIPTION
The BMK6, BMK7 and BMK7A base mounts are designed for use with the
CUB4, CUB5, and DT8 units. The BMK7 is large enough to accommodate a
Micro-line Power Supply (MLPS) attached to a CUB4 or DT8. The BMK7A
will accommodate a Micro-line Power Supply (MLPS) attached to a CUB5.
The wires can either be brought through the panel on which the unit is
mounted, or through the hole(s) in the enclosure itself. Grommets are provided
to insert in the hole(s) on the base mount (where applicable) when wires are
routed through it. The grommets are in the accessory bag with each base mount
unit, along with four nuts and bolts for mounting.
The base mounts are constructed of steel with a textured black finish.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
BMK6 - OPEN BASE MOUNT KIT
(Without MLPS)
BMK7/BMK7A - CLOSED BASE MOUNT KIT
(With or Without MLPS)
MODEL
A
B
C
4.00
3.45
2.80
BMK7
(101.50) (87.63) (71.12)
4.62
4.00
3.50
BMK7A
(117.35) (101.50) (88.90)
INSTALLATION
BMK6 - Open Base Mount
Before attaching the BMK6 to the panel or frame, it is recommended to wire and mount the unit to
ensure good electrical connections. The following steps outline the most common sequence for installing
a unit without an MLPS attached.
1. Install the grommet (provided in the accessory bag) in the hole in the base mount.
2. Assemble nut fastener and mounting screw onto both sides of the mounting clip. The
tip of the screw should not project from the hole in mounting clip.
3. Slide the panel gasket over the rear of the unit to the back of the bezel.
Then install the unit through the opening in the front of the base mount
until the bezel flange makes contact.
4. Slide the mounting clip over the rear of the unit until the
mounting clip is against the inside of the base mount. The
mounting clip has latching features which engage into
mating features on the unit’s housing.
Note: It is necessary to hold the unit in place when sliding the
mounting clip into position.
5. Alternately tighten each screw to ensure uniform gasket
compression.
6. Connect the necessary wires from the grommet to the unit.
7. Mount the base mount enclosure to the panel or frame as application
requires. Four bolts and nuts are provided with the Base Mount Kit.
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INSTALLATION
BMK7/BMK7A - Closed Base Mount
Before attaching the BMK7/BMK7A to the panel or frame, it is
recommended to wire and mount the unit to ensure good electrical
connections. The following steps outline the most common sequence for
installing a unit with an MLPS attached.
1. Install the grommets (provided in the accessory bag) in the holes
in the base mount.
2. Slide the panel gasket over the rear of the unit to the back
of the bezel.
3. Remove the common and V+ screw terminals
from the rear of the unit (save for later
use), and replace them with the
hex drive stand-offs with
round washers (supplied
with the MLPS).
4. Assemble nut fastener
and mounting screw
onto both sides of the
mounting clip. The tip
of the screw should not
project from the hole in
mounting clip.
5. Route the wires from
the grommets, through
the mounting clip, into
the rear of the base mount
and out the front.
Note: It is necessary to hold the unit in place when sliding the mounting
clip into position.
9. Alternately tighten each screw to ensure uniform gasket compression.
6. Connect the wires necessary for the application to the unit.
7. Install the unit through the opening in the front of the base mount until the
bezel flange makes contact.
8. Slide the mounting clip over the rear of the unit until the mounting clip is
against the inside of the base mount. The mounting clip has latching
features which engage into mating features on the unit’s housing.
10. Connect AC power to the terminal block of the MLPS.
Note: Make sure the AC selector switch is set to the appropriate position
before applying power to the unit.
11. Mount the MLPS and optional sensor wires needed to the stand-offs using
the screw terminal from the unit with the supplied square washers.
12. Mount the base mount enclosure to the panel or frame as application
requires. Four bolts and nuts are provided with the Base Mount Kit.
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO
DESCRIPTION
OPEN BASE MOUNT KIT
BMK
PART NUMBER
BMK60000
CLOSED BASE MOUNT KIT (DT8, CUB4)
BMK70000
CLOSED BASE MOUNT KIT (CUB5)
BMK7A000
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the RLC Catalog or contact your local RLC Distributor.
Red Lion Controls AP
Red Lion Controls
20 Willow Springs Circle
Red Lion Controls BV
Printerweg 10
Unit 101, XinAn Plaza
Building 13, No.99 Tianzhou Road
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Bulletin No. BMK9-X
Drawing No. LP0608
Effective 4/05
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MODEL BMK9 - DIN RAIL MOUNT ADAPTER KIT FOR PAX
DESCRIPTION
The BMK9 DIN rail mount kit is designed to adapt any PAX panel mount meter
to DIN rail mount requirements. Wire feed to the PAX unit may be through the top
or bottom of the adapter kit.
The DIN rail adapter frame is constructed of steel with a textured black finish
and includes two plastic DIN rail mounting feet for attachment to a top hat (T)
profile rail according to EN50022 - 35 x 7.5 and 35 x 15.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
BMK9
DESCRIPTION
DIN Rail PAX Base Mount Kit
PART NUMBER
BMK90000
For More information on Pricing, Enclosures & Panel Mount Kits
refer to the RLC Catalog or contact your local RLC Distributor.
INSTALLATION
1. Remove the panel latch (mounting clip) from the PAX meter unit and insert
the mounting screws (supplied with the PAX) on both sides of panel latch.
The tip of the screw should not project from the hole in the panel latch
(mounting clip).
2. The PAX meter may be wired after the unit has been mounted in the adapter
frame, in which case continue with Step 3. If pre-wiring the PAX is more
convenient, skip to the pre-wiring step at the end of this installation
procedure before returning to Step 3.
3. Slide the PAX meter through the cut out in the BMK9 and then slide
the panel latch (mounting clip) over the rear of the PAX.
4. Continue sliding the PAX meter until the bezel flange contacts
the adapter frame. The PAX panel gasket is optional.
5. Slide the panel latch (mounting clip) towards the front of the
unit until it latches firmly against the inside of the adapter
frame. Note: It is necessary to hold the PAX meter in place
when sliding the mounting clip into position.
6. Alternately tighten mounting screws through the rear access holes of the
adapter frame.
7. Apply both DIN rail feet to the rear of the adapter frame. The two latching
pins of the rail foot are positioned into the mating holes on the adapter
frame. Slight pressure applied to the center of the rail foot will snap foot into
locking position.
8. Wire PAX meter appropriately.
9. To install the complete assembly on a T style rail, angle the assembly so that
the top groove of both rail feet are located over the top lip of the rail. Push
the assembly towards the rail until it snaps into place.
10. To remove the assembly from the rail, place a screwdriver behind the
bottom groove of the foot rail and slightly pry upwards to release first rail
foot. Apply same procedure to second rail foot and remove complete
assembly.
Pre-wire PAX
2a. Route wires through the panel latch (mounting clip) and then through the
front cut out of the adapter frame from the inside to the outside. Wire PAX
meter appropriately. Continue with installation at Step 3 above.
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Bulletin No. BMK11-X
Drawing No. LP0761
Effective 6/08
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MODEL BMK11 – CUB5 OR MLPS DIN RAIL BASE MOUNT ADAPTER KIT
DESCRIPTION
The model BMK11 can be used to mount a CUB5 meter or a Micro Line
Power Supply (MLPS) in various applications. Need a DIN rail mounted
display? Simply add the DIN rail clips to the back of the BMK11, install your
meter and snap it on the rail. If your application requires an inexpensive power
supply, simply mount an MLPS to the BMK11 and snap it to the rail. For base
mount application, just use the appropriate mounting screws to securely fasten
the BMK11. Nothing could be easier.
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
BMK11
DESCRIPTION
CUB5 or MLPS DIN Rail Base Mount Kit
PART NUMBER
BMK11000
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
BMK11 WITHOUT UNIT
BMK11 WITH MLPS
BMK11 WITH CUB5
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CUB5 INSTALLATION
1. Remove the panel latch (mounting clip) from the indicator. Insert the
indicator into the BMK11 per diagram at right. Verify indicator is fully
seated and latches have engaged. With latches properly engaged the
indicator will not pull out of the BMK11.
2. Wire the indicator.
3. For DIN RAIL mounting, insert the two plastic feet as shown in the diagram
at right. Angle the assembly so that the top groove of both rail feet are
located over the top lip of the rail. Rotate the assembly towards the rail until
it snaps into place.
4. To remove the assembly from the rail, place a screwdriver behind one of the
rail feet and draw the rail foot away from the rail disengaging it from the rail.
Apply the same procedure to the second rail foot and remove the complete
assembly from the rail.
5. For Base Mount, use the holes indicated in the diagram at right, and screw
or bolt the assembly to the desired mounting surface. User is responsible for
selecting the appropriate screw or bolt to provide mounting to the desired
surface. Base mount holes in the BMK11 are designed for #8 hardware.
6. To remove the indicator from the BMK11, slide a small screwdriver into the
slot provided in the latch. Draw the latch away from the indicator until
disengaged. Repeat the procedure on the other side. Once the latches are
released, remove the indicator from the BMK11.
MLPS INSTALLATION
1. Using the two nuts supplied with the BMK11, affix standoffs from MLPS
hardware pack as indicated in the diagram at left.
2. Snap the MLPS over the standoffs into the BMK11 as indicated in the diagram.
3. Attach the MLPS to the standoffs using the square washers and SEMS terminal
screws included with MLPS hardware pack.
4. Assembly can be wired at this time, or after the mounting is completed.
5. For DIN RAIL mounting, insert the two plastic feet as shown in the diagram.
Angle the assembly so that the top groove of both rail feet are located over the
top lip of the rail. Rotate the assembly towards the rail until it snaps into place.
6. For Base Mount, use the holes indicated in the diagram at left, and screw or
bolt the assembly to the desired mounting surface. User is responsible for
selecting the appropriate screw or bolt to provide mounting to the desired
surface. Base mount holes in BMK11 are designed for #8 hardware.
7. To remove the MLPS from the BMK11, slide a small screwdriver between the
MLPS and the latch wall. Draw the latch away from the MLPS until
disengaged. Repeat procedure on the other side. Once latches are released
remove the MLPS from the BMK11.
LIMITED WARRANTY
The Company warrants the products it manufactures against defects in materials and workmanship for a period limited to two years
from the date of shipment, provided the products have been stored, handled, installed, and used under proper conditions. The
Company’s liability under this limited warranty shall extend only to the repair or replacement of a defective product, at The
Company’s option. The Company disclaims all liability for any affirmation, promise or representation with respect to the products.
The customer agrees to hold Red Lion Controls harmless from, defend, and indemnify RLC against damages, claims, and expenses
arising out of subsequent sales of RLC products or products containing components manufactured by RLC and based upon personal
injuries, deaths, property damage, lost profits, and other matters which Buyer, its employees, or sub-contractors are or may be to
any extent liable, including without limitation penalties imposed by the Consumer Product Safety Act (P.L. 92-573) and liability
imposed upon any person pursuant to the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act (P.L. 93-637), as now in effect or as amended hereafter.
No warranties expressed or implied are created with respect to The Company’s products except those expressly contained herein.
The Customer acknowledges the disclaimers and limitations contained herein and relies on no other warranties or affirmations.
Red Lion Controls AP
Red Lion Controls
20 Willow Springs Circle
Red Lion Controls BV
Printerweg 10
Unit 101, XinAn Plaza
Building 13, No.99 Tianzhou Road
York PA 17406
NL - 3821 AD Amersfoort
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ShangHai, P.R. China 200223
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Bulletin No. CT004-B
Drawing No. LP0375
Released 2/06
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MODEL CT004 - CURRENT TRANSFORMER
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
DESCRIPTION
The CT004 is intended for use with temperature controllers for monitoring
heater current. The CT004 is suitable for general purpose AC current
monitoring applications up to 40 Amps.
SPECIFICATIONS
1. CURRENT RATIO: 40:0.1A
2. MAX HEATER CURRENT: 50 A.
3. DIELECTRIC STRENGTH: 1000 VAC ( For 1 minute)
4. VIBRATION RESISTANCE: 50 Hz (Approx. 10 G)
5. TERMINALS: Solder type
6. WINDOW DIAMETER: 0.228" (5.8 mm).
7. WEIGHT: 0.406 oz (11.5 g).
ORDERING INFORMATION
Notes: Refer to the instruction manual of the temperature controller for
connection information and max. heater current allowable by the
temperature controller.
MODEL NO.
CURRENT RATIO
PART NUMBER
CT004
40 : 0.1 A
CT004001
Red Lion Controls AP
Red Lion Controls
20 Willow Springs Circle
Red Lion Controls BV
Basicweg 11b
31, Kaki Bukit Road 3,
#06-04/05 TechLink
York PA 17402
NL - 3821 BR Amersfoort
Singapore 417818
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Bulletin No. CT-F
Drawing No. LP0330
Released 2/05
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MODEL CT - CURRENT TRANSFORMER
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
SPECIFICATIONS
1. Operating Frequency: 50 to 400 Hz.
2. Insulation Class: 0.6 KV BIL 10 KV full wave.
3. Terminals: Brass studs No. 8-32 UNC with flat washer and hex nuts.
4. Window Diameter: 1.13" (28.7 mm).
5. Weight: 8.0 oz (226.0 g).
UL Recognized Component
(Instrument Transformers, Inc., PN# 2SFT500-0.1, 2SFT500, 2SFT201,
File # E93779)
Note: The listed current ratio of the current transformer is based on the primary
conductor passing once through the transformer opening. The ratio is reduced
in multiples by looping the conductor through the opening. A transformer
having a ratio 200:5 changes to a ratio of 100:5 if two loops are made through
the transformer with the primary conductor. The ratio of the transformer will
be 50:5 if four loops are made with the primary conductor, etc.
ORDERING INFORMATION
CURRENT ACCURACY VA 60 Hz
RATIO
@ 60 Hz
BURDEN
MAXIMUM OUTPUT WIRE DISTANCE BETWEEN
CT AND METER
18 AWG
16 AWG
14 AWG
PART NUMBERS
12 AWG
Wire distance is not an issue due to the low
current flow. Wires may be as long as needed.
50:0.1
±5.0%
2.5
50:5
±3.0%
2.0
5.0 ft.
7.5 ft.
12 ft.
18 ft.
CT005050
200:5
±1.0%
4.0
10 ft.
17.5 ft.
28 ft.
43 ft.
CT020050
CT005001
Red Lion Controls AP
Red Lion Controls
20 Willow Springs Circle
Red Lion Controls BV
Basicweg 11b
31, Kaki Bukit Road 3,
#06-04/05 TechLink
York PA 17402
NL - 3821 BR Amersfoort
Singapore 417818
Tel +1 (717) 767-6511
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Tel +65 6744-6613
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Fax +31 (0) 334 893 793
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Bulletin No. DMTD-E
Drawing No. LP0447
Released 10/05
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MODEL DMTD - TIME/DATE STAMP SERIAL MINI-PRINTER
DOT MATRIX OR THERMAL VERSION
PANEL MOUNT OR DESKTOP
TIME/DATE STAMP
LINE COUNTER STAMP
INTERVAL TIMER OUTPUT FOR REQUESTING DATA
STANDARD SIZE THERMAL PAPER
PRINT HEAD ON/OFF COMMANDS
FRONT PANEL OR SERIAL PROGRAMMING
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATIONS
The DMTD can be panel mounted or used as a desk-top unit. The unit’s
programmable Time and Date Stamping feature can print the actual time and
date following each data printout. The Line Counter Stamping feature can keep
a running record of the number of lines printed. The unit can print one line at a
time or can print a group of lines with a print buffer command. Character height,
width, and font size can be changed along with inverting the direction of print.
The unit can be programmed by the front panel buttons or by serial commands.
To allow other nonprintable communications on the same serial loop, the print
head can be turned off and on serially.
The unit’s unique transistor Interval Timer Output can be connected to any
Red Lion Controls product with a user input or print request terminal. When the
user input is programmed for print request, the RLC product will serially send
it’s data to the printer on a periodic basis as determined by the setting of the
Interval Timer feature. The interval values can be set from every 5 seconds
through every 24 hours.
Red Lion Controls offers serial converters to interface the unit’s RS232
communications to any RLC product with serial communications capability.
Direct PC access is through any terminal emulator program and any PC RS232
serial communications port. Accessories available from Red Lion Controls
include paper and ribbons for the Dot Matrix printer. Thermal paper is a
standard size available at most office supply stores. A ten foot generic printer
cable is also available.
1. POWER:
DMTD0000: 115 VAC ±5% (1.0 A @ 9 V)
DMTDTP00: 115 VAC ±5% (2.0 A @ 9 V)
DMTD0010: 230 VAC ±5% (1.0 A @ 9 V)
The above models have a wall mount transformer w/5.5' cord
DMTD0020: +7.5 to 13.6 VDC @ 1.0 A max.
DMTDTP20: +7.5 to 13.6 VDC @ 2.0 A max.
DMTD0030: +15 to 24 VDC @ 1.0 A max.
Wire color for 18" cord of above models: Red wire is +DC, Black wire is -DC
2. SERIAL COMMUNICATIONS:
Type: RS232
Communication Format:
Baud Rate: DIP switch selectable for 150 through 9600
Parity: DIP switch selectable for odd, even, or no parity
Data Bits: 7 or 8 bits
Buffer: 2K
Connection: 25 DP female
3. PAPER: (One roll supplied) 2.25" Plain Paper Roll (2.5" ext. diameter)
4. RIBBON CARTRIDGE: (One ribbon cartridge supplied)
Blue ink, Self reversing, 250 K character life
5. PRINT:
Dot Matrix: 40 or 30 characters per line
Thermal: 24 through 64 characters per line
2.5 lines per second printing
5 lines per second, paper feed mode
Full ASCII character set
6. INTERVAL TIMER OUTPUT: NPN Open Collector Transistor output
Max. Voltage: +30 VDC
Max. Current: 100 mA
Range: 5 seconds to 24 hours
Pulse Length: 100 msec.
7. TEMPERATURE RANGE: 0 to 50° C
8. RELATIVE HUMIDITY: 20 to 90% non-condensing
9. WEIGHT: 2 lbs (0.907 kg)
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Dot Matrix Printer - 115 VAC
Dot Matrix Printer - 220 VAC
Dot Matrix Printer - +7.5 to 13.6 VDC
DMTD0000
DMTD0010
DMTD0020
Dot Matrix Printer - +15 to 24 VDC
DMTD0030
---
Thermal Printer - 115 VAC
Thermal Printer - +7.5 to 13.6 VDC
Dot Matrix Paper: 12 rolls
DMTDTP00
DMTDTP20
DMTDPR12
---
Dot Matrix Ribbon: 12 cartridges
DMTDRB12
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Printer Cable: 4 wire w/shield, one
end 25DP male, 10 feet long
DMTDCB00
GCM232
Serial Converter 20mA/RS-232
GCM23201
ICM4
ICM5
RS232/RS485 Serial Converter
RS232/RS485 Converter Module
ICM40030
ICM50000
DMTD*
CAUTION: Risk of Danger.
Read complete instructions prior to
installation and operation of the unit.
CAUTION: Risk of electric shock.
* Printer power cables are removable and have a DC connector on the printer end.
PANEL CUT-OUT
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
Front View of Dot Matrix Printer shown. Thermal Printer does not have a ribbon.
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INSTALLATION ENVIRONMENT
The unit should be installed in a location that does not exceed the
maximum operating temperature and provides good air circulation.
Placing the unit near devices that generate excessive heat should be
avoided.
The bezel should be cleaned only with a soft cloth and neutral
soap product. Do NOT use solvents. Continuous exposure to direct
sunlight may accelerate the aging process of the bezel.
Do not use tools of any kind (screwdrivers, pens, pencils, etc.) to
operate the push buttons of the unit.
INSTALLATION
If this unit will be desk top mounted, proceed to Wiring
Diagrams. The unit installation is complete.
PANEL MOUNTING
The following procedure assures proper installation:
1. Cut panel opening and drill mounting holes to specified dimensions.
Remove burrs and clean around panel opening.
2. Pull unit from case until stops are reached.
3. Slide printer case into the panel.
4. Install 4 mounting screws through the brackets on the printer case all the way
through the panel. Screws may be secured with lock washers.
5. Push the bezel of the printer toward the panel until it latches in the case.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
Red Lion Controls Optional Printer Cable
PC 9 Pin RS-232 To 25 Pin RS-232 Printer
To connect the printer to the RS-232 port of a computer, a null modem cable
is needed. If this cable is not available, then one can be fabricated using a 9 pin
to 25 pin D male connector, wired as shown in the cable diagram. Programming
using the PC is described later. Baud Rate and Format is described later.
The printer side of the cable has a 25 pin D male connector,
with the device end left bare to be terminated as needed by the
application. The drawing here shows the internal connections
of the cable. This cable is optional and must be purchased
separately.
Red Lion Controls RS-232 To RS-232 Printer
PC 25 Pin RS-232 To 25 Pin RS-232 Printer
To connect the printer with another RLC product using RS-232
communications, a cable must be fabricated using a 25 pin D male connector,
wired as shown in the cable diagram. If using the Interval Timer of the printer
as a print request to RLC products, then connect the wires marked *.
To connect the printer to the RS-232 port of a computer, a null modem cable
is needed. If this cable is not available, then one can be fabricated using a 25 pin
to 25 pin D male connector, wired as shown in the cable diagram. Programming
using the computer is described later. Baud Rate and Format is described later.
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Red Lion Controls RS-485 to RS-232 Printer
To interface the printer with an RLC product using RS-485
communications, a cable must be fabricated using a 25 pin D male
connector to the ICM4 (RS485 to RS232 converter) and another
cable from the ICM4 to the RLC product per the shown cable
diagram. The printer will print the unit’s address when it is setup
on the RLC unit. If using the Interval Timer of the printer as a
request print to RLC products, then connect the wires marked *.
(There is no minimum baud rate for ICM4 operations, when
communications from RS485 to RS232 only.)
Red Lion Controls 20mA Serial Loop to RS-232 Printer
With 20 mA serial communications, multiple RLC products can be on the same loop and send data to the printer. The printer will print the unit’s address when
it is setup on the RLC unit. For RS232 to 20 mA use a RLC GCM converter and then use the below cable diagram. A 25DP male to 25DP male cable is needed
between the printer and GCM. If using the Interval Timer of the printer as a request print to RLC products, then connect the wires marked *.
INSTALLING PAPER
FRONT PANEL DESCRIPTION
When the printer is out of paper, the yellow DTR/EOP LED will blink.
Printer power must be on to install paper.
To replace the paper supply, pull the front bezel forward, insert a new roll of
paper and thread as shown in the diagram. Repeatedly press <FEED> to
advance the paper over the ribbon and through the front panel.
LEDS
PWR (green): When lit power is on.
DTR/EOP (yellow): When lit printer is On-Line.
When flashing printer is out of paper.
FUNCTION KEYS
ON-LINE:
<SLCT> : Press to change printer from on-line to off-line mode.
On-Line: The DTR/EOP LED is on.
<ADVN> : Press when printer is On-Line to advance paper five lines .
<TEST> : Press to print program version, time, date and count value of printer.
<FEED> : Press to advance paper one line.
OFF-LINE:
<SLCT> : Press to change printer from off-line to on-line mode.
Off-Line: The DTR/EOP LED is off.
<ADVN> : Press when printer is On-Line to advance paper five lines .
: Press when printer is Off-Line to enter Printer Set Mode menus
<TEST> : Press to print program version, time, date and count value of printer.
<FEED> : Press to advance paper one line.
INSTALLING RIBBON (Dot Matrix Only)
To replace the ribbon, pull the installed ribbon cartridge forward to remove.
Insert the new cartridge with the paper under the ribbon. Turn the knob toward
the arrow to tighten the ribbon.
Note: Remove the ribbon if printer will be idle for more than two weeks.
Pull here to
remove ribbon
PULL
Rotate here
to tighten ribbon
Ribbon Install From Front
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FRONT PANEL PROGRAMMING
Fields for Clock/Calendar/Counter/Interval Timer Set
From the Selection Mode Menu, press <FEED> to access the menu below:
Main Set Menu
<SLCT> EXIT SET MODE: Exits the Set Mode and places the printer on-line.
<ADVN> BACKUP TO PREVIOUS MENU: Exits to Main Set Menu.
<TEST> ADVANCE FIELD SELECTED: Advances selections in the field
marked with “ ”(This arrow indicates the changeable field).
<FEED> GO TO THE NEXT FIELD: Shows the value entered and moves
“ ” to the next field. Pressing <FEED> from field G loops back to field A.
With DTR/EOP on, press <SLCT> then <ADVN> to access the menu below:
<SLCT> EXIT SET MODE: Exits the Set Mode and places the printer on-line.
<ADVN> BAUD RATE AND PARITY: See Baud Rate and Parity section.
<TEST> CLOCK/ CALENDAR/ INTERVAL: See Clock/ Calendar/ Counter/
Interval Timer Section.
<FEED> PRINT FEATURES: See Print Features Section.
Example:
Field:
PRINT AND CHARACTER FEATURES
21
:30
04
/24
/98
0000
OFF
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
From the Main Set Menu, press <FEED> to access the menu below:
Fields for Print and Character Features
<SLCT> EXIT SET MODE: Exits the Set Mode and places the printer on-line.
<ADVN>BACKUP TO PREVIOUS MENU: Exits to Main Set Menu.
<TEST> ADVANCE FIELD SELECTED: Advances selections in the field
marked with “ ” (This arrow indicates the changeable field).
<FEED> GO TO THE NEXT FIELD: Moves “ ” to the next field.
Example:
LINE NORMAL
Field:
Field
A
A
B
A
00-24: Set hours in 24 hour format. Press <TEST> for each hour to be
advanced.*
B
00-59: Set minutes. Press <TEST> for each minute to be advanced.*
C
00-12: Set month. Press <TEST> for each month to be advanced.*
W05
CRLF
F40
D
00-31: Set date. Press <TEST> for each date to be advanced.
C
D
E
F
E
00-30 96-99: Set year. Press <TEST> for each year to be advanced.*
(When using this method, the setting will jump at 30 to 96.)
F
0000-9999: Reset line counter (counts number of Carriage Returns).
Press <TEST> to reset to 0000.
Selections For Print And Character Features Fields
OFF 05S 15S 30S 01M 02M 05M 15M 30M 01H 02H 04H 06H 08H 12H 24H
LINE : Prints as soon as a complete line of characters is stored or
when a Carriage Return Form Feed Vertical Tab or Line Feed is
received. (Default)
G
Sets the interval time between the pulsing of the Interval Timer pin 6.
Press <TEST> for each time period to be advanced and displayed.
* Value will advance without display indication. Press <FEED> to review.
NORMAL : The bottom of the characters come out of the printer first.
(Default)
Fields for Clock/Calendar/Line Counter Format
INVERTED : The top of the characters come out of the printer first.
First line transmitted is printed last.
From the Selection Mode Menu, press <TEST> to access the menu below:
<SLCT> EXIT SET MODE: Exits the Set Mode and places the printer on-line.
<ADVN> BACKUP TO PREVIOUS MENU: Exits to Main Set Menu.
<TEST> ADVANCE FIELD SELECTED: Advances selections in the field
marked with “ ” (This arrow indicates the changeable field).
<FEED> GO TO THE NEXT FIELD: Moves “ ” to the next field.
H07 : Character normal height 7 dots (Default)
C
H14 : Character expanded height 14 dots
W05 : Character width 5 dots (Default)
D
W10 : Character width 10 dots (Dot Matrix Only)
E
Selections for Clock/Calendar/Counter/Interval Timer Set Fields
H07
BUFFER : Only prints when 2K buffer is full or with CTRL D.
B
Field
Example:
CRLF: If Carriage Return and Line Feed is received it is converted to
LF OR after a full line both Carriage Return and Line Feed is ignored.
(Default)
Field:
(This line will not reflect the set time and date.)
ON
HH:MM
:SS
MM/DD
/YY
COUNT ON
A
B
C
D
E
F
All : All Carriage Returns and Line Feeds are processed.
F
F30 : 30 character per line
F40 : 40 character per line (Default)
Dot Matrix
F24, F32 (Default),F40, F42, F48, F64:
Thermal
Field
Selections for Clock/Calendar/Counter/Interval Timer Formats
Enabled
Printer returns to default settings with a serial CTRL X command. The
cock/calendar/counter stamp and program menus will always print in normal
height and width.
Clock/Calendar/Counter/Interval Timer Features
From the Main Set Menu, press <TEST> to access the menu below:
Printer Clock/Calendar/Counter/Interval Timer Selection
Mode Menu
Disabled
A
ON
OFF
B
HH:MM
C
:SS
D
MM/DD
E
/YY
/
Year Printout
F
COUNT ON
COUNT OFF
Line counter printout
:
:
Clock Printout
Hours & Minutes Printout
Seconds Printout
/
Month & Date Printout
The values and formats are saved and the clock/calendar continues to run
during power down by an internal nonreplacable battery. The time date stamp
will not occur until one second after the final carriage return of a transmission.
The line counter will continue to count carriage returns even if the line counter
printout is off.
<SLCT> EXIT SET MODE: Exits the Set Mode and places the printer on-line.
<ADVN> BACKUP TO PREVIOUS MENU: Exits to Main Set Menu.
<TEST> CLOCK/CALENDAR FORMAT: Formats printout of Clock/
Calendar/ Counter/ Interval Timer.
<FEED> CLOCK/CALENDAR SET: Sets Clock/Calendar/Counter/Interval
Timer.
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Baud Rate and Parity Features
DIP Switches
From the Main Set Menu, press <ADVN> to access the menu below:
The printer communication protocol can be changed by the front panel or by
DIP switches located inside the printer. When power is cycled to the printer, the
printer WILL ALWAYS DEFAULT to the DIP switch settings. It is preferred
to set the printer communication (Baud Rate and Parity) protocol by the
following DIP switch tables. After setting the DIP switches, cycle power to the
printer to enable the new settings.
Note: Before setting Baud Rate and Parity be sure to review the interfaced
RLC product limitations. See DIP Switches for default settings.
Fields for Baud Rate and Parity Features
<SLCT> EXIT SET MODE: Exits the Set Mode and places the printer on-line.
<ADVN> BACKUP TO PREVIOUS MENU: Exits to Main Set Menu
<TEST> ADVANCE FIELD SELECTED: Advances selections in the field
marked with “ ” (This arrow indicates the changeable field).
<FEED> GO TO THE NEXT FIELD: Moves “ ” to the next field
Factory Setting: 2400 baud, Data 7, Parity Enable, Parity Odd
Baud Rate
Example:
BAUD 2400
Field:
A
DATA 7
PARITY NONE
B
C
Switch#
150
300
600
1200
1800
2400
1
ON
2
ON
3
ON
4800
9600
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON = Switch Down
Field
A
Selections for Baud Rate and Parity Fields
Format
150 300 600 1200 1800 2400 4800 9600: Baud Rate
B
7 8: DATA
C
EVEN ODD NONE: Parity Set
Switch#
Data7
Bit
Data8
Bit
Switch#
Parity
None
Parity
Enable
Switch#
Parity
Even
Parity
Odd
4
ON
OFF
5
ON
OFF
6
ON
OFF
ON = Switch Down
Refer to the RLC product’s specifications for specific baud rate and
communication format limitations. Serial settings of 7 data bits, no parity and
one stop bit may not be recognized as valid by the printer. When using a time
and date stamp, baud rates should be set higher than 300 to prevent erroneous
stamping in the middle of transmissions.
Interval Timer Output
Two Or More Products Printing At Same Time
This printer has an NPN Open Collector transistor 100 msec output closure
between pin 6 and pin 7. To use this output, wire pin 6 to the user input or print
request terminals of Red Lion Control products and pin 7 to RLC common This
user input must be in the sinking position (active low) to perform a print request
from the printer. With this configuration, the printer could be programmed to
have the RLC product send it’s data to the printer on a timer interval basis. The
interval can be programmed by the front panel or by serial communications. The
Interval Timer transmits [05] by RS232 when this output is activated. Wiring for
single product Interval Timer print request was shown previously.
At least a 100 msec time delay is needed between transmissions, when more
than one RLC product is sending information to the printer at the same time.
The Interval Timer output of the printer or other print request device must be
parallel from the first RLC user input to a RLC timer or other time delay device
or relay. The delayed output from these units would then go to the second RLC
product user input. An additional time delay is needed for each additional RLC
product. Wiring for this is shown below.
Wiring for Multi-product
Print Request Transmission Time Delay
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SERIAL PROGRAMMING
Escape Key [ESC] Printer Functions
The following ASCII commands and ESCAPE functions can be used in a PC
using a terminal emulator program (available from Red Lion Controls in SFMD
programs). The ASCII commands can be programmed into messages of Red
Lion Controls ADI or MDI message display products. To print messages in the
ADI/MDI the message DESTINATION must be on TRANSMIT and after each
message to be printed add a Carriage Return. In the ADI/MDI
CONFIGURATION file the XON/XOFF should be OFF.
Command (Letters must be CAPS)
ASCII Printer Commands
Address
Hex
Decimal
Control
Symbols
Keys
In
(Letters
MDI/ADI
are CAPS)
0
[00] CTRL @
1
[01] CTRL A
2
[02] CTRL B
3
[03] CTRL C
4
[04] CTRL D
5
[05] CTRL E
6
[06] CTRL F
7
[07] CTRL G
8
[08] CTRL H
Comments
∅
☺
Select character per line: Dot Matrix - 30
Thermal - 24
♥
♦
♣
♠
Select character per line: Dot Matrix - 40
Thermal - 32
End of Text or print buffer
Transmitted by Interval Timer
Back Space: Remove previous character.
9
[09] CTRL Ι
10
[0A] CTRL J
11
[0B] CTRL K
C
Vertical Tab: Advance 5 lines.
12
[0C] CTRL L
D
Form Feed: Advance 10 lines.
(SLCT Key sends <XON> [12] when pressed.)
13
[0D] CTRL M
F
Carriage Return: Advance beginning next line.
14
[0E] CTRL N
15
[0F] CTRL O
16
[10] CTRL P
17
[11] CTRL Q
18
[12] CTRL R
19
20
€
All characters expanded height.(14 dots)
XON
Print Head On: Turns print head on after an off.
[13] CTRL S
!!
XOFF
[14] CTRL T
Π
MDI/ADI software can not use this character.
21
[15] CTRL U
§
Print Head Off: Turns print head off.
Does not turn off DTR/EOP LED
22
[16] CTRL V
-
23
[17] CTRL W
24
[18] CTRL X
25
[19] CTRL Y
26
[1A] CTRL Z
¦
↑
↓
→
29
[1D] ALT 29
←
[ESC] Escape: Precedes various functions
All Characters Expanded Width: 10 dots
↔
Format print clock/calendar/line counter
for Auto print [ESC]E.
[ESC]D
Disable print clock/calendar/line counter.
Enter once to stop Auto print [ESC]E.
[ESC]T{Format Character*}
Single serial transmit clock/calendar/line
counter per this format.
[ESC]P{Format Character*}[CTRL M]
Single print clock/calendar/line counter
per this format.
[ESC]S{time date}[CTRL M]
Note: Can only be performed in
normal width mode.
Set {time and date} 24 hour format:
HH:MM:SS MM/DD/YR
[ESC]C
Reset line counter to 0000.
[ESC]Ι@
Disable interval timer.
[ESC]Ι?
Prints current interval timer settings.
[ESC]Ι{Interval Character}
Set interval timer {see Interval Timer
Chart for Interval Character}.
[ESC]MN
Normal mode: Bottom of the character
prints first. (Default)
[ESC]MΙ
Inverted mode: Top of the character prints
first. First line transmitted is printed last.
[ESC]ML[CTRL D]
Line mode: Prints as soon as a complete
line of characters is stored or when a
Carriage Return, Form Feed, Vertical
Tab, or Line Feed is received. (Default)
[ESC]MB
Buffer mode: Only prints when 2K buffer is
full or with CTRL D print buffer command.
[ESC]MC
CR-LF mode: If Carriage Return and Line
Feed is received it is converted to LF OR
after a full line both Carriage Return and
Line Feed is ignored. (Default)
[ESC]MA
Print All mode: All Carriage Returns and
Line Feeds are processed.
[ESC]F{Format Number**}
Format font size for thermal models.
Example:
[ESC]S26:30:00 01/24/98[CTRL M]
Print Head On/Off
Resets printer to defaults.
¬
[1B] ALT 27
[1C] ALT 28
[ESC]F{Format Character*}
*See the Clock/Calendar/Line Counter Format Chart for Format Character.
**See the font size chart for format number.
Note: CTRL X: Resets printer to Default.
This printer has a Print Head On/Off function. The Print Head Off (CTRL U)
serial command function allows other communications to be on the serial loop
without being printed. For example, the Red Lion Controls products ADI and
MDI can ask for embedded data from other products on the loop without the
communications being printed. The Print Head On (CTRL R) serial command
function will then turn the printer back on allowing the next information to be
printed. These commands can be in separate ADI/MDI messages or in the same
message.
Num. Lock numbers must be used for ALT commands.
28
Auto print clock/calendar/counter. Enter
once to Auto print after each carriage
return per [ESC]F format.
All characters normal height.* (7 dots)
¦
27
[ESC]E
Horizontal Tab: Advances four spaces in line.
Line Feed: Advance to beginning of next line.
Function
All Characters Normal Width:* 5 dots
Note: The Clock/Calender/Counter Stamp and programming menu will always
print in normal height and width even if the data is expanded.
Single Message Example:
Message: CTRL U Test A CTRL R Test B Carriage Return
Print Result: Test B
* Cannot combine expanded width and inverted text on Dot Matrix models.
Could result in loss of printing functions. To correct this error, send a CTRL
X Command or press <SLCT> <ADVN> <FEED> <FEED> <FEED>
<FEED> <TEST>.
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Clock/Calendar/Line Counter Format Chart
Interval Timer Chart
This chart is only used for Escape Functions F, T, and P.
Format
Character
Hours/
Minutes
Seconds
Month/
Day
Years
This chart is only used for Escape Function I.
Line
Counter
Interval Character
Interval Time
@
OFF
@
A
5 sec
B
15 sec
C or S or K
C
30 sec
D
D
1 min
E or M
E
2 min
F
5 min
G
15 min
H
30 min
I
1 hour
N or ^
J
2 hour
P
K
4 hour
L
6 hour
A or I
B or R
F or V
G or O or W
H
J or Z
L
Q
T
M
8 hour
X
N
12 hour
Y
O
24 hour
[
?
prints current setting
U
]
For additional explanations of these settings, see Interval Timer Output.
\
Font Size Chart
This chart is only used for Escape Function F.
Format Number
Font Size
0
24
1
32
2
40
3
42
4
48
5
64
Printing From a PC or Similiar Terminal Device
Unwanted Multiple Transmissions of Same Data
The printer requires a Carriage Return/Line Feed combination in order to
print the last line of ASCII text from a PC or similiar terminal device. This is
known as the “Enter” or “NewLine” key on a keyboard.
For Red Lion Controls PARADIGM Operator Interfaces, this is
accomplished by programming the function “PrintNewLine()” after the text to
be printed.
For G3 Operator Interfaces, this is accomplished by programming the
function “/R” after the text to be printed.
In some products, multiple transmissions of the same data may occur when
using the Red Lion Controls’ product front button (print request). This is normal
operation for those products. When using the product’s user input and multiple
transmissions of the same data occurs, the following could help:
1) Lower the User Input active pulse length to just below a single
transmission time. (With this printer, the Interval Timer output is at fixed
100 msec. pulse length.)
2) Lower the baud rate of the transmission to the slowest possible.
3) Add mnemonics, serial unit address, or more than one parameter to the
transmissions.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
The Company warrants the products it manufactures against defects in materials and workmanship
for a period limited to two years from the date of shipment, provided the products have been stored,
handled, installed, and used under proper conditions. The Company’s liability under this limited
warranty shall extend only to the repair or replacement of a defective product, at The Company’s
option. The Company disclaims all liability for any affirmation, promise or representation with
respect to the products.
The customer agrees to hold Red Lion Controls harmless from, defend, and indemnify RLC against
damages, claims, and expenses arising out of subsequent sales of RLC products or products
containing components manufactured by RLC and based upon personal injuries, deaths, property
damage, lost profits, and other matters which Buyer, its employees, or sub-contractors are or may be
to any extent liable, including without limitation penalties imposed by the Consumer Product Safety
Act (P.L. 92-573) and liability imposed upon any person pursuant to the Magnuson-Moss Warranty
Act (P.L. 93-637), as now in effect or as amended hereafter.
No warranties expressed or implied are created with respect to The Company’s products except those
expressly contained herein. The Customer acknowledges the disclaimers and limitations contained
herein and relies on no other warranties or affirmations.
Red Lion Controls AP
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20 Willow Springs Circle
Red Lion Controls BV
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31, Kaki Bukit Road 3,
#06-04/05 TechLink
York PA 17402
NL - 3821 BR Amersfoort
Singapore 417818
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Bulletin No. ENC8/8B-C
Drawing No. LP0389
Released 5/04
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MODEL ENC8 - NEMA 4 ENCLOSURES FOR CUB4, CUB5, & DT7 UNITS
ENC8A & ENC8B - FIBERGLASS ENCLOSURES
ENC8A DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
DESCRIPTION
These enclosures are designed for applications requiring a water resistant
instrument enclosure. The enclosures are fabricated of polycarbonate and are
designed to withstand NEMA 4X/IP65 wash-down applications. The
enclosures must be drilled to accept conduit fittings or other types of wiring
connectors. The enclosures can be used free-standing, or securely fastened to a
mounting surface.
ENC8B DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
ENC8A
Fiberglass Enclosure for single units
ENC8A000
ENC8B
Fiberglass Enclosure for units with an MLPS attached
ENC8B000
For More information on Pricing, Enclosures & Panel Mount Kits, refer to the
RLC Catalog or contact your local RLC Distributor.
ENC8A INSTALLATION
It is recommended to wire the unit before mounting it in the enclosure to
ensure good electrical connections. The following steps outline the most
common sequence for installing a unit without an MLPS attached.
1. Determine the location of the conduit fitting and drill the necessary hole.
Install the fitting and bring the wiring into the enclosure.
2. Slide the panel gasket over the rear of the unit to the back of the bezel.
3. Assemble nut fastener and mounting screw onto both sides of the mounting
clip. The tip of the screw should not project from the hole in mounting clip.
4. Install the unit through the opening in the front of the lid until the bezel
flange contacts the panel.
5. Slide the mounting clip over the rear of the unit until the mounting clip is
against the inside of the enclosure. The mounting clip has latching
features which engage into mating features on the unit’s
housing.
Note: It is necessary to hold the unit in place when
sliding the mounting clip into position.
6. Alternately tighten each screw to ensure uniform
gasket pressure. Visually inspect the front panel
gasket. The gasket should be compressed to about
75 to 80% of its original thickness (Recommended
torque is 28 to 36 in-oz.). If not, gradually turn
mounting screws to further compress the gasket.
7. If the gasket is not adequately compressed, and the
mounting screws can no longer be turned, loosen the
mounting screws and check that the mounting clip is
latched as close as possible to the inside of enclosure.
Repeat the procedure for tightening the screws.
8. Connect the necessary wires to the unit for the application desired.
9. Assemble the enclosure with the screws
provided. Alternately tighten each
screw to ensure uniform gasket
pressure.
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ENC8B w/ MLPS Installation
7. Alternately tighten each screw to ensure uniform gasket pressure. Visually
inspect the front panel gasket. The gasket should be compressed to about 75
to 80% of its original thickness (Recommended torque is 28 to 36 in-oz.).
If not, gradually turn mounting screws to further compress the gasket.
8. If the gasket is not adequately compressed, and the mounting screws can no
longer be turned, loosen the mounting screws and check that the mounting
clip is latched as close as possible
to the inside of enclosure.
Repeat the procedure for
tightening the screws.
Installing a unit with an MLPS attached requires some planning. It is
recommended that the unit with the MLPS attached be temporarily installed in
the enclosure to determine the best location for the conduit fitting to avoid
interference with the MLPS.
1. Determine the location of the conduit fitting and drill the necessary hole.
Install the fitting and bring the wiring into the enclosure.
2. Slide the panel gasket over the rear of the unit to the back of the bezel.
3. Remove the common and V+ screw terminals from the rear of the unit (save
for later use) and replace them with the stand-offs (supplied with the
MLPS).
4. Assemble nut fastener and mounting screw onto both sides of the mounting
clip. The tip of the screw should not project from the hole in mounting clip.
5. Install the unit through the opening in the front of the lid until the bezel
flange contacts the panel mounted gasket.
6. Slide the mounting clip over the rear of the unit until the mounting clip is
against the inside of the enclosure. The mounting clip has latching
features which engage into mating features on the unit’s housing.
Note: It is necessary to hold the unit in place when sliding the
mounting clip into position.
9. Mount the MLPS and optional sensor wires needed, to the stand-offs using
the screw terminals from the unit with the supplied square washers.
10. Connect AC power to the terminal block of the MLPS.
11. After all electrical connections have been made, assemble the enclosure
with the screws provided. Alternately tighten each screw to ensure uniform
gasket pressure.
ENC8 - STEEL ENCLOSURE
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
DESCRIPTION
This enclosure is designed for use with the CUB4, CUB5, & DT7 units.The
enclosures are large enough to accommodate a Micro-line Power Supply
(MLPS) attached to the unit. These rugged enclosures are fabricated of formed
steel with all seams welded to withstand NEMA 4/IP65 wash-down
applications. The kits are coated with a durable black polyurethane finish.
The holes for conduit fittings or other types of wiring connectors can be
drilled through the removable rear access panel, or through the enclosure itself.
The enclosures can be free standing or securely fastened to a mounting
surface with the brackets and hardware found in the mounting kit (provided
with the enclosure). The brackets also allow the enclosure to be raised and/or
tilted from the mounting surface in order to achieve the most favorable
operating position. Provided are four self-stick foot pads that can be applied to
the bottom of the enclosure to protect the mounting surface. The foot pads are
particularly useful for free standing installations.
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
ENC8
NEMA 4/IP65 ENCLOSURE
ENC80000
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ENC8 INSTALLATION
10. If the gasket is not adequately compressed, and the mounting screws can
no longer be turned, loosen the mounting screws and check that the
mounting clip is latched as close as possible to
the inside of the enclosure. Repeat the
procedure for tightening the screws.
11. Attach the rear access panel to the enclosure
with the eight screws provided.
It is recommended to wire the unit before mounting it in the enclosure to
ensure good electrical connections. The following steps outline the most
common sequence for installing a unit without an MLPS attached.
1. Determine the location of the conduit fitting and drill the necessary hole.
2. Apply adhesive side of panel gasket to rear enclosure opening.
DO NOT APPLY THE ADHESIVE SIDE OF THE GASKET TO THE
ACCESS PANEL.
3. Slide the panel gasket over the rear of the unit to the back of the bezel.
4. Assemble nut fastener and mounting screw onto both sides of the mounting
clip. The tip of the screw should not project from the hole in mounting clip.
5. Route the wire to be connected to the unit from the conduit fitting through
the mounting clip, and then through the rear of the enclosure and out the
front.
6. Connect the necessary wires to the unit for the application desired.
7. Install the unit through the opening in the front of the enclosure until
the bezel flange contacts the panel.
8. Slide the mounting clip over the rear of the unit until the
mounting clip is against the inside of the enclosure. The
mounting clip has latching features which engage into
mating features on the unit’s housing.
Note: It is necessary to hold the unit in place when
sliding the mounting clip into position.
9. Alternately tighten each screw to ensure uniform
gasket pressure. Visually inspect the front panel
gasket. The gasket should be compressed to about
75 to 80% of its original thickness (Recommended
torque is 28 to 36 in-oz.). If not, gradually turn
mounting screws to further compress the gasket.
12. Alternately tighten each screw to
ensure uniform gasket pressure.
Visually inspect the sponge rubber
gasket. The gasket should be
compressed to about 75 to 80% of its
original thickness.
ENC8 w/ MLPS Installation
Installing a unit with an MLPS attached requires some planning. It is
recommended that the unit with the MLPS attached be temporarily installed in
the enclosure to determine the best location for the conduit fitting to avoid
interference with the MLPS.
1. Mark the location of the conduit fitting and drill the necessary hole.
2. Apply adhesive side of panel gasket to rear enclosure opening.
10. Alternately tighten each screw to ensure uniform gasket pressure. Visually
inspect the front panel gasket. The gasket should be compressed to about 75
to 80% of its original thickness (Recommended torque is 28 to 36 in-oz.). If
not, gradually turn mounting screws to further compress the gasket.
11. If the gasket is not adequately compressed, and the mounting screws can no
longer be turned, loosen the mounting screws and check that the mounting
clip is latched as close as possible to the inside of enclosure. Repeat the
procedure for tightening the screws.
12. Connect AC power to the terminal block of the MLPS.
DO NOT APPLY THE ADHESIVE SIDE OF THE GASKET TO THE
ACCESS PANEL.
3. Slide the panel gasket over the rear of the unit to the back of the bezel.
4. Remove the common and V+ screw terminals from the rear of the unit (save
for later use) and replace them with the hex drive stand-offs (supplied with
the MLPS).
5. Assemble nut fastener and mounting screw onto both sides of the mounting
clip. The tip of the screw should not project from the hole in mounting clip.
6. Route the wire to be connected to the unit from the conduit fitting through
the mounting clip, and then through the rear of the enclosure and out the
front.
7. Connect the necessary wires to the unit for the application desired.
8. Install the unit through the opening in the front of the enclosure until the
bezel flange contacts the panel mounted gasket.
9. Slide the mounting clip over the rear of the unit until the mounting clip is
against the inside of the enclosure. The mounting clip has latching
features which engage into mating features on the
unit’s housing.
Note: It is necessary to hold the
unit in place when sliding the
mounting clip into position.
13. Mount the MLPS and optional sensor wires needed, to the stand-offs using
the screw terminals from the unit with the supplied square washers.
14. After all electrical connections have been made, attach the rear access panel
to the enclosure with the eight screws provided.
15. Alternately tighten each screw to ensure uniform gasket pressure. Visually
inspect the sponge rubber gasket. The gasket should be compressed to about
75 to 80% of its original thickness.
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MOUNTING THE ENCLOSURE
1. Self-stick foot pads may be applied to the features on the bottom of the enclosure to
protect the mounting surface.
2. To securely mount the enclosure, attach the adjustable mounting brackets to the
enclosure using the plastic washers and screws. Mounting brackets may be attached to
the top or bottom of the enclosure.
3. Secure the adjustable mounting brackets to mounting location with the screws provided.
LIMITED WARRANTY
The Company warrants the products it manufactures against defects in materials and workmanship
for a period limited to one year from the date of shipment, provided the products have been stored,
handled, installed, and used under proper conditions. The Company’s liability under this limited
warranty shall extend only to the repair or replacement of a defective product, at The Company’s
option. The Company disclaims all liability for any affirmation, promise or representation with
respect to the products.
The customer agrees to hold Red Lion Controls harmless from, defend, and indemnify RLC against
damages, claims, and expenses arising out of subsequent sales of RLC products or products
containing components manufactured by RLC and based upon personal injuries, deaths, property
damage, lost profits, and other matters which Buyer, its employees, or sub-contractors are or may be
to any extent liable, including without limitation penalties imposed by the Consumer Product Safety
Act (P.L. 92-573) and liability imposed upon any person pursuant to the Magnuson-Moss Warranty
Act (P.L. 93-637), as now in effect or as amended hereafter.
No warranties expressed or implied are created with respect to The Company’s products except those
expressly contained herein. The Customer acknowledges the disclaimers and limitations contained
herein and relies on no other warranties or affirmations.
Red Lion Controls Asia
Red Lion Controls
20 Willow Springs Circle
Red Lion Controls BV
Basicweg 11b
31, Kaki Bukit Road 3,
#06-04/05 TechLink
York PA 17402
NL - 3821 BR Amersfoort
Singapore 417818
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Tel +31 (0) 334 723 225
Tel +65 6744-6613
Fax +1 (717) 764-0839
Fax +31 (0) 334 893 793
Fax +65 6743-3360
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BULLETIN NO. ENC11-X
DRAWING NO. LP0509
EFFECTIVE 1/00
MODEL ENC11 - NEMA 4/IP65 1/16 DIN ENCLOSURES
l
RUGGED STEEL CONSTRUCTION
l
COMPLETELY SEALED FOR WASH-DOWN
l
VERSATILE MOUNTING OPTIONS FOR MACHINE OR DESK-TOP
DESCRIPTION
This enclosure is designed for applications requiring a water resistant
instrument enclosure. The enclosure is fabricated of formed steel with all seams
welded to withstand NEMA 4/IP65 wash-down applications. The kit is coated
with a durable flat black polyurethane finish.
Electrical connections to the enclosed instrument are easily made through a
removable access panel at the rear of the enclosure. The panel must be drilled
to accept conduit fittings or other types of wiring connectors.
The enclosure can be used free-standing or securely fastened to a mounting
surface with brackets which are provided with each enclosure. The brackets
also allow the enclosure to be raised and/or tilted from the mounting surface in
order to achieve the most favorable operating position. Self-stick rubber pads
are provided which can be applied to the bottom of the enclosure. These rubber
pads will protect the mounting surface and are particularly useful for freestanding installations.
DIMENSIONS “In inches (mm)”
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO. DESCRIPTION
ENC11
PART NUMBER
NEMA 4 Enclosure for 1/16 DIN Units
ENC11000
815
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Bulletin No. FCOR-X
Drawing No. LP0379
Revised 11/00
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MODEL FCOR - FERRITE SUPPRESSION CORE
DESCRIPTION
This Ferrite suppression core is packaged in a nylon case ready to clamp on
a single cable or several cables connecting to electronic equipment. The
purpose of the core is to attenuate conducted Electro-Magnetic Interference
(EMI) in the 25 MHz to 200 MHz range. Increasing the number of cable turns
through the core increases the impedance of the core. A higher impedance
results in greater EMI attenuation.
Placing more than one core on a cable increases the impedance at a slower
rate than adding turns to one core. The impedance for multiple cores is equal to
the sum of each core’s impedance. For a given application, start with a single
core using 2 turns. Add additional turns or additional cores as necessary.
Note: Increasing the number of turns beyond two will tend to degrade
performance at higher frequencies (see Specifications).
Place the cores on the cables as close to the equipment as possible unless the
equipment is mounted in a shielded enclosure and the source of the EMI is from
outside the enclosure. In this case, place the cores on the cable just inside or
outside the entry point of the enclosure.
APPLICATION
Ferrite core used for suppressing common--mode noise.
IN = Common-mode Noise Current
ZL = Load Impedance
VS = Signal Voltage
VN = Common-mode Noise Voltage
SPECIFICATIONS
1. MAX. CABLE DIAMETER: 0.390" (9.9 mm)
2. IMPEDANCE (OHMS):
# OF TURNS
25 MHz MIN.
100 MHz ±20%
1
2
4
110
440
1760
225
900
1000
# OF TURNS = The number of times the cable passes through the core.
3. WEIGHT: 0.63 oz. (18 g)
DIMENSIONS “In inches (mm)”
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
FCOR
Ferrite Suppression Core
FCOR0000
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Bulletin No. LFIL-X
Drawing No. LP0380
Revised 1/01
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MODEL LFIL - GENERAL PURPOSE LINE FILTER
DESCRIPTION
This line filter can be used in AC or DC power supply lines to attenuate
conducted Electro-Magnetic Interference (EMI). EMI is the most common
cause of erratic operation in electronic equipment. Line filters should be
installed close to electronic equipment and mounted directly to a metal
enclosure that is connected to earth ground (protective earth).
Note: Always connect the earth lead of the filter to the power line ground
(protective earth).
DIMENSIONS “In inches (mm)”
SPECIFICATIONS
Figure 1
The ideal location for the line filter is directly inside the metal enclosure in
which the unit is mounted when the source of EMI is external to the enclosure
(See Figure 1). Mount the filter where the power enters the enclosure. If the
enclosure contains many different types of equipment or EMI generating
devices, such as motors or contactors, then the EMI source may be inside the
enclosure. In this case, mount the line filter as close to the unit as possible (See
Figure 2).
1. CURRENT RATING: 1.15 A @ 25°C ; 1 A @ 40°C
2. LEAKAGE CURRENT: 0.21 mA/Lead @ 220 V, 50 Hz
3. INDUCTANCE: 3 mH
4. INSERTION LOSS:
FREQUENCY
dB INSERTION LOSS
150 KHz
1.0 MHz
10 MHz
30
47
55
5. CONNECTIONS: Flexible wires 20 AWG
6. HIPOT TEST VOLTAGE: 2 KV, 50 Hz
7. MAX OPERATING VOLTAGE: 250 VAC, 50/60 Hz
8. OPERATING FREQUENCY: DC to 400 Hz
9. TEMPERATURE RANGE: -25°C to +85°C
10. WEIGHT: 2.29 oz. (65 g)
UL recognized component
(Schaffner Electronik AG, PN# FN610-1/07, File # E64388 (M))
BLOCK DIAGRAM
Figure 2
If the panel and enclosure are non-conductive, then the power feed ground is
the only earth ground connection. Connecting only the earth lead of the filter to
the earth ground without mounting the filter directly to a metal enclosure will
not be as effective.
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
LFIL
General Purpose Line Filter
LFIL0000
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Bulletin No. MLPS-I
Drawing No. LP0231
Released 4/03
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MODEL MLPS - MICRO-LINE POWER SUPPLY
!
PROVIDES +12 VDC POWER TO BACKLIGHT VERSIONS OF
THE MICRO-LINE SERIES
!
115/230 VAC SWITCH SELECTABLE
!
12 VDC OUTPUT @ 80 mA
!
EASILY ATTACHED TO BACKLIGHT VERSIONS
UL Recognized Component,
File # E143054
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATIONS
The Model MLPS is a +12 VDC power supply designed to attach to the rear
of backlight versions of the Micro-Line Series. The MLPS can be powered from
either a 115 VAC or 230 VAC source and is switch selectable.
Caution: The maximum output current of the MLPS is 80 mA. Check the
specifications of the specific counter(s)/indicators(s) and sensors(s) being
used to ensure that total current requirements do not exceed 80 mA.
1. POWER REQUIREMENTS: Switch selectable 115/230 VAC (±10%),
50/60 Hz, 3 VA. The unit is shipped from factory in the 230 VAC position.
2. POWER OUTPUT: +12 VDC (+5/-25%) @ 80 mA max.
The MLPS is listed in the UL Recognized Component Directory Category
QQFU2 as having an Output category (OC) of NEC Class 2.
3. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:
Operating Temperature: 0 to 60°C
Storage Temperature: -30 to 75°C
Operating and Storage Humidity: 85% max. (non-condensing) from 0°C
to 50°C.
Altitude: Up to 2000 meters
4. CERTIFICATIONS AND COMPLIANCES:
SAFETY
UL Recognized Component, File # E143054, UL1012, CSA 22.2 No. 107.1
Recognized to U.S. and Canadian requirements under the Component
Recognition Program of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
SAFETY SUMMARY
All safety related regulations, local codes and instructions that appear in the
manual or on equipment must be observed to ensure personal safety and to
prevent damage to either the instrument or equipment connected to it. If
equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection
provided by the equipment may be impaired.
ORDERING INFORMATION
CAUTION: Read complete instructions prior
to installation and operation of the unit.
CAUTION:
Risk of electric shock.
MODEL NO.
MLPS
DESCRIPTION
Micro Line/Sensor Power Supply
PART NUMBER
MLPS0000
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
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SPECIFICATIONS (Cont’d)
4. CERTIFICATIONS AND COMPLIANCES: (Cont’d)
IECEE CB Scheme Test Certificate # US/5685/UL
CB Scheme Test Report # 01ME22279-01302002
Issued by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
IEC 1010-1, EN 61010-1: Safety requirements for electrical equipment
for measurement, control, and laboratory use, Part 1.
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
Immunity to EN 50082-2
Electrostatic discharge
EN 61000-4-2 Level 2; 4 Kv contact
Level 3; 8 Kv air
Electromagnetic RF fields
EN 61000-4-3 Level 3; 10 V/m
80 MHz - 1 GHz
Fast transients (burst)
EN 61000-4-4 Level 4; 2 Kv I/O
Level 3; 2 Kv power
RF conducted interference
EN 61000-4-6 Level 3; 10 V/rms
150 KHz - 80 MHz
Power frequency magnetic fields EN 61000-4-8 Level 4; 30 A/m
Emissions to EN 50081-1
RF interference
EN 55011
Enclosure class B
Power mains class B
5. CONSTRUCTION: High impact black plastic. Two hex stand-offs and two
washers included. Installation Category II, Pollution Degree 2.
6. CONNECTION: Two position terminal block which accepts one 14 AWG
wire (torque terminal screws to 5 inch-lbs. [-6Nm]).
7. WEIGHT: 4 oz (113 g)
TROUBLESHOOTING
For further technical assistance, contact technical support at the appropriate
company numbers listed.
INSTALLATION ENVIRONMENT
The unit should be installed in a location that does not exceed the
maximum operating temperature and provides good air circulation. Placing
the unit near devices that generate excessive heat should be avoided.
Installation Procedure
The MLPS is shipped with all the
necessary hardware to mount to the rear
of an installed backlight version MicroLine unit. The user must remove the
common and V+ screw terminals on the
rear of the Micro-Line unit (Save these
screw terminals for later use). Install the
1/4" hex drive stand-offs into the
common and V+ terminals. The MLPS is
then mounted to the stand-offs using the
screw terminals from the compatible
Micro-Line unit with the supplied square
washers. AC power can then be
connected to the terminal block of the
MLPS.
Note: Make sure the A.C.
selector switch is set to
the appropriate position
before applying power
to the unit.
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Singapore 417818
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Bulletin No. MLPS1-C
Drawing No. LP0582
Released 10/08
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MODEL MLPS1 and MLPS2 - MICRO-LINE POWER SUPPLIES
O
PROVIDES POWER FOR THE MICRO-LINE SERIES
O
MLPS1: 12 VDC OUTPUT @ 400 mA
O
MLPS2: 24 VDC OUTPUT @ 200 mA
O
EASILY ATTACHED TO BACK OF DT8, CUB4 AND CUB5
UL Recognized Component,
File # E179259
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATIONS
The Model MLPS power supplies are designed to attach to the rear of the
Micro-Line Series. The MLPS1 provides a 12 VDC output, while the MLPS2
provides a 24 VDC output. Both supplies can be powered from an 85-250 VAC
source.
Caution: The maximum output current of the MLPS1 is 400 mA and the MLPS2
is 200 mA. Check the specifications of the specific counter(s)/indicators(s)
and sensors(s) being used to ensure that total current requirements do not
exceed the respective values of the power supplies.
SAFETY SUMMARY
All safety related regulations, local codes and instructions that appear in the
manual or on equipment must be observed to ensure personal safety and to
prevent damage to either the instrument or equipment connected to it. If
equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection
provided by the equipment may be impaired.
CAUTION: Risk of Danger.
Read complete instructions prior to
installation and operation of the unit.
CAUTION: Risk of electric shock.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
MLPS1
+12 VDC Micro Line/Sensor Power Supply
MLPS1000
MLPS2
+24 VDC Micro Line/Sensor Power Supply
MLPS2000
1. POWER REQUIREMENTS: 85-250 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 14 VA.
2. POWER OUTPUT:
MLPS1: +16 VDC max @ 4 mA; 11.5 VDC min @ 400 mA
MLPS2: +26 VDC max @ 0 mA; 22 VDC min @ 200 mA
3. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:
Operating Temperature: 0 to 60°C
Storage Temperature: -30 to 75°C
Operating and Storage Humidity: 85% max. (non-condensing) from 0°C
to 50°C.
Altitude: Up to 2000 meters
4. CERTIFICATIONS AND COMPLIANCES:
SAFETY
UL Recognized Component, File # E179259, UL 61010-1, CSA C22.2
No. 61010-1
Recognized to U.S. and Canadian requirements under the Component
Recognition Program of Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
Output meets Class 2 power requirements per UL 1310.
IECEE CB Scheme Test Certificate # US/8946/UL,
CB Scheme Test Report # E179259-V2-S1
Issued by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
IEC 61010-1, EN 61010-1: Safety requirements for electrical
equipment for measurement, control, and laboratory use, Part 1.
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
Emissions and Immunity to EN 61326: Electrical Equipment for
Measurement, Control and Laboratory use.
Immunity to Industrial Locations:
Electrostatic discharge
EN 61000-4-2
Criterion A
4 kV contact discharge
8 kV air discharge
Electromagnetic RF fields
EN 61000-4-3
Criterion A
10 V/m
Fast transients (burst)
EN 61000-4-4
Criterion A
2 kV power
1 kV signal
Surge
EN 61000-4-5
Criterion B
1 kV L-L,
2 kV L&N-E power
1 kV signal
RF conducted interference
EN 61000-4-6
Criterion A
3 V/rms
Voltage dip/interruptions
EN 61000-4-11 Criterion A
0.5 cycle
Emissions:
EN 55011
Class B
Notes:
1. Criterion A: Normal operation within specified limits.
2. Criterion B: Temporary loss of performance from which the unit selfrecovers.
5. CONSTRUCTION: High impact black plastic. Mounting hardware
included. Installation Category II, Pollution Degree 2.
6. CONNECTION: Two position terminal block which accepts one 14 AWG
wire (torque terminal screws to 5 inch-lbs. [0.56 N-m]).
7. WEIGHT: 2 oz (47 g)
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INSTALLATION ENVIRONMENT
The unit should be installed in a location that does not exceed the
maximum operating temperature and provides good air circulation. Placing
the unit near devices that generate excessive heat should be avoided.
Installation Procedure
TROUBLESHOOTING
For further technical assistance, contact technical support at the appropriate
company numbers listed.
The MLPS is shipped with all the necessary hardware to mount to the rear
of an installed Micro-Line unit. Refer to the instructions that correspond to
your Micro-Line unit for proper installation.
CUB4, DT8
The user must remove the common and V+ screw
terminals on the rear of the Micro-Line unit. Install
the 1/4" hex drive stand-offs into the common
and V+ terminals. The MLPS is then mounted
to the stand-offs using the screw
terminals and square washers. AC
power can then be connected to the
terminal block of the MLPS.
CUB5
The user must remove the common and V+
screw terminals on the rear of the Micro-Line
unit. Install the 3/16" hex drive stand-offs into
the common and V+ terminals. The MLPS is
then mounted to the stand-offs using the
supplied screws and square washers. AC
power can then be connected to the
terminal block of the MLPS.
Red Lion Controls AP
Red Lion Controls
20 Willow Springs Circle
Red Lion Controls BV
Printerweg 10
Unit 101, XinAn Plaza
Building 13, No.99 Tianzhou Road
York PA 17406
NL - 3821 AD Amersfoort
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BULLETIN NO. PKS1-B
DRAWING NO. LP0092
REVISED 5/00
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MODEL PKS1 - PANEL KEY SWITCH
SPECIFICATIONS
1. CONTACT RATING:
4 Amps @ 125 VAC or 28 VDC; 2 Amps @ 250 VAC.
2. ELECTRICAL LIFE: 10,000 make-and-break cycles at full load.
3. CONTACT RESISTANCE: Below 10 mΩ typical.
4. INSULATION RESISTANCE: 109 Ω min.
5. DIELECTRIC STRENGTH: 1,000 V RMS min. @ sea level.
6. INDEXING: 90o 2 position.
7. CONSTRUCTION: Zinc alloy with nickel plated finish.
8. CERTIFICATIONS AND COMPLIANCES:
UL Recognized Component, File #E42363
Recognized to U.S. and Canadian requirements under the Component
Recognition Program of Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
CSA Certified #LR49546
!
SUPPLIED WITH TWO KEYS
!
KEY CAN BE REMOVED IN TWO POSITIONS
!
SOLDER TYPE TERMINALS FOR EASY HOOK-UP
UL recognized component
(C&K, PN# Y-101-14-2B-203-NQ, File # E42363)
DIMENSIONS “In inches (mm)”
PANEL CUT-OUT
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
ENABLE FRONT
PANEL RESET
PROGRAM DISABLE
OPERATION
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
PKS1
DESCRIPTION
PANEL KEY SWITCH
PART NUMBER
PKS10000
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Bulletin No. PMK8-X
Drawing No. LP0559
Effective 12/02
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MODEL PMK8 - PANEL MOUNT ADAPTER KIT FOR PAX TO GEMINI CUT-OUT
The PMK8 panel mount adapter kit is used to mount a PAX meter into an
existing GEMINI panel cut-out. The kit includes two durable steel mounting
plates painted black and a neoprene gasket. The Adapter Kit, when used with a
meter which has NEMA 4/IP65 specifications, will meet NEMA 4/IP65
requirements when properly installed.
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
PMK8
DESCRIPTION
Panel Mount Adapter Kit (PAX to Gemini)
PART NUMBER
PMK80000
PMK8 DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
MOUNTING PLATE
ADAPTER PLATE
PMK8 INSTALLATION
1. Apply the panel gasket (provided with the meter) over the PAX meter.
2. Insert the PAX meter through the mounting plate.
3. Apply the panel gasket (provided with the adapter kit) over the
PAX meter behind the mounting plate.
4. Insert the PAX meter with mounting plate and gaskets into the
front of the existing Gemini hole cut-out. Slide the adapter
plate over the rear of the PAX meter.
5. Slide the panel latch (provided with the meter) over the
rear of the PAX meter and tighten the screws.
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Bulletin No. PSMA-D
Drawing No. LP0002
Released 11/06
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MODEL PSMA POWER SUPPLY & INTERFACE MODULE
PROVIDES POWER FOR SENSORS & ACCESSORIES WITH SIGNAL
CONDITIONING FOR INPUT TO CUB COUNTERS* & DITAK TACHOMETERS*
ALLOWS CUB COUNTERS & DITAK
TACHOMETERS TO OPERATE WITH:
2-WIRE PROXIMITY SENSORS,
ROTARY PULSE GENERATORS,
LOGIC MAGNETIC PICKUPS,
MEASURING WHEEL LENGTH SENSORS,
CLOCK OSCILLATOR MODULES,
-- AND MANY OTHER SENSORS, CIRCUITS AND
ACCESSORIES
*
DESCRIPTION
PSMA intended for use with CUB 1, 2, and 7 Counters and
Ditak 8 and 9 Tachometers.
BLOCK DIAGRAM (TOP VIEW OF SOCKET)
Cub Counters and Ditak Tachometers are basically self-powered devices and
do not have built-in capability for powering electronic sensors or accepting high
level sensor outputs. The PSMA provides a convenient plug-in answer to those
applications requiring electronic sensors or accessories for pulse input to Cub
Counters or Ditak Tachometers.
The PSMA is available in 115 VAC and 230 VAC primary power input
versions, and delivers regulated D.C. voltage for sensors and accessories. The
signal conditioning amplifier can accept NPN or PNP Open Collector Inputs, or
2-Wire Proximity Sensor Inputs.
The signal conditioning amplifier supplies two separate outputs, one for
direct drive to the H.S. Input of Cub Counters, and the other for direct drive
input to the PSM Input of the Ditak. A ”pulse stretcher” is used in the circuit
that provides the output drive to Cub Counters (Terminal 4). This stretcher
allows the PSM to accept 50 µsec input pulses, standard on some Red Lion
Controls’ sensors and accessories, and expand it to the 100 µsec pulse, as
required by the Cub Counters. The Ditak output (Terminal 8) is not pulse
stretched, allowing this output to continue functioning to the full 10 KHz limit
of the Ditak.
SPECIFICATIONS
1. POWER SOURCE: 2 versions, for 115 VAC ±10% 50/6 0Hz, or 230 VAC
±10% 50/60 Hz. (See Ordering Information.)
2. POWER OUTPUT TO SENSORS OR ACCESSORIES: 12 VDC
regulated ±5%, 100 mA max.
3. INPUT SIGNAL: (Terminal 3) NPN Open Collector (sink), PNP Open
Collector (source), or 2-wire Input. Built-in 3.3 K resistor (Terminal 5) can
be jumper connected for pull-up, pull-down, or left unconnected as required.
Input Schmidt trigger levels as shown on BLOCK DIAGRAM.
4. OUTPUTS: (Terminal 4) Bi-polar drive to H.S. Input of Cub Counters
supplies 100 µsec negative going logic pulse (switches from +3 to 0 volts) in
response to a trailing (negative going) edge of the input pulse. This output
will drive up to 3 Cub Counters in parallel.
(Terminal 8) NPN Loaded Collector to drive the input of Ditaks. The output
voltage on this terminal is in phase with the input signal going into Terminal
3. The high level of this voltage will be clamped to 6.2V by the zener diode
in the Ditak. This output can drive up to 3 Ditak units.
5. OPERATING FREQUENCY:
0 to 5 KHz with Cub Counters;
0 to 10 KHz with Ditaks.
NOTES
1. Inputs and Outputs are referenced to COMMON, on Terminal 2.
2. This Power Supply is regulated and cannot be parallel connected with
+12 V outputs from other Red Lion Controls counters or tachometers.
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GENERAL CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
NPN OPEN COLLECTOR SINK INPUT
INPUT CONNECTION TABLE FOR RED LION CONTROLS’ SENSORS
PSMA TERMINALS
SENSOR OR ACCESSORY
NPN 0.C. OUTPUTS
LMPC LOGIC MAG. PICKUP
PSAC PROXIMITY SENSOR *
LSC LENGTH SENSOR
RPGC ROTARY PULSE GEN.
ASTC INLINE PREAMPLIFIER
PSA6B, PSA7B, PSA8B
COS1 CLOCK OSCILLATOR
PNP OPEN COLLECTOR SOURCE INPUT
NPN OUTPUT W/COLLECTOR
LOADED TO +12V IN SENSOR
RPGB ROTARY PULSE GEN.
RPGH ROTARY PULSE GEN.
2-WIRE PROXIMITY SENSORS
PSA-1 or PSA-2
1 (+12V)
2 (COMM.)
3 (INPUT)
CONNECT
TO
CONNECT
TO
CONNECT
TO
RED
BLACK
WHITE
TERM #1
TERM #2
TERM #7/8
RED
BLACK
WHITE
NO
JUMPER
CONN.
BLACK
OR
BROWN
NO CONN.
TO SENSOR
BLUE
JUMPER 5
TO 2 ON
PSMA SKT
JUMPER
JUMPER
TERM 5
TO TERM 1
ON PSMA
SOCKET
* New PSAC: Brown = +12 V, Black = Input, Blue = Common
2-WIRE PROXIMITY SENSOR INPUT
OUTPUT CONNECTIONS TO CUB COUNTERS & DITAK TACHOMETERS
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
Mating Sockets
Sold Separately
(See Ordering
Information Below)
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO. DESCRIPTION
PSMA
-
PART NUMBER
Power Supply & Interface Module (less socket), 115 VAC
Power Supply & Interface Module (less socket), 230 VAC
Base Mount, 8-Pin Octal Socket
Din Rail Mount, 8-Pin Octal Socket
PSMA1000
PSMA2000
SKT10000
SKTDIN00
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BULLETIN NO. PT600-X
DRAWING NO. LP0508
EFFECTIVE 5/99
MODEL PT600 - POTENTIAL TRANSFORMER
DESCRIPTION
The PT600 Potential Transformer allows voltages up to 600 VAC to be
monitored with Red Lion Controls instruments that accept AC voltage signals.
The transformer reduces the voltage by a factor of 5:1, which provides a
maximum output of 120 VAC.
The core and coil assembly is encased in a thermoplastic shell and filled with
resin. The transformer is designed for operation line-to-line. It may also be
operated line-to-ground or line-to-neutral at reduced voltage (58% of rated
voltage).
It is recommended to use a 0.40 Amp fuse in the secondary circuit to protect
the transformer. This transformer is ANSI C57.13 group 2 certified.
VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER FUSES
SPECIFICATIONS
1. FREQUENCY: 60 Hz
2. MAXIMUM PRIMARY VOLTAGE: 600 VAC
Continuous operation at 110% of rated voltage is permisable, provided that
the thermal burden rated volt-amperes is not exceeded.
3. STANDARD SECONDARY VOLTAGE: 120 VAC
4. INSULATION LEVEL: 0.6 kV, BIL 10 kV full wave.
5. ACCURACY CLASS: ±1% at all burdens up to 5 VA at 1.0 and 0.95 P.F.
The transformer is compensated for ±5% at 5 VA, 0.95 P.F.
6. TERMINALS: #6-32 screw type with lock washer and flat washer.
Terminals are protected with a clear plastic cover.
7. THERMAL RATING (Per V.T.):
40 VA at 30°C ambient temperature
27 VA at 55°C ambient temperature
8. WEIGHT: 2.5 lb. (1.13 Kg)
The National Electric Code requires that all voltage transformers installed
indoors or in an enclosure shall be fused in the primary circuit with devices
rated 15 amperes or less. This arrangement will protect the supply from faults
internally in the transformer, but faults in the secondary circuit may not rupture
the primary fuse. It is suggested that the user fit secondary circuit fuses to
protect the transformer from such faults. The recommended fuse rating is 125%
of rated full load amperes, with a maximum of 167%, again referring to the
National Electric Code.
When fusing either the primary or the secondary circuits of voltage
transformers that are connected line-to-ground, only one fuse should be fitted
line side so that the transformer cannot remain energized from a line connection
while the grounded neutral fuse is ruptured.
LINE TO LINE
UL recognized component
(Sunshine Scientific Instruments, Inc., PN# 467-600, UL File #E93779)
LINE TO GROUNDED NEUTRAL
DIMENSIONS “In inches (mm)”
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
VOLTAGE RATING
TURNS RATIO
PART NUMBER
PT600
600 : 120
5:1
PT600120
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Bulletin No. RLY5-B
Drawing No. LP0254
Released 11/01
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MODEL RLY5 - SOLID STATE POWER UNIT
!
SWITCHES UP TO 45 AMPERES @ 240 VAC
!
LOW LEVEL DC INPUT CONTROL SIGNAL (3-32 VDC)
!
OPTICALLY-ISOLATED OUTPUT
!
ZERO VOLTAGE TURN-ON, ZERO CURRENT TURN-OFF FOR
REDUCED RFI
!
INTERNAL SNUBBERS TO REDUCE FALSE TRIGGERING
RELATED TO HIGH dv/dt APPLICATIONS
!
SUPPLIED WITH HIGH EFFICIENCY HEATSINK FOR SUPERIOR
THERMAL and SURGE CURRENT RATINGS
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATIONS
The SSR Power Unit is a solid state relay which can switch load currents up
to 45 Amperes @ 240 VAC. The unit interfaces directly with a SSR Drive
Module (OMD00003). The input and output terminals are isolated from each
other to eliminate ground loops and noise problems. The unit features a zero
voltage turn-on and a zero current turn-off detector to minimize radiated RFI
when switching. An internal snubber minimizes inrush currents and guards
against false triggering of the output; related to high dv/dt applications. A low
DC control signal of +3 to +32 VDC is all that is needed for the switching
operation. The solid state switch, highlighted by the inverse-parallel SCR
output, provides a greatly increased operational life over a mechanical relay by
avoiding the usual relay contact problems: arcing, bouncing, mechanical
failure, etc. The solid state relay is shipped mounted to the high efficiency
heatsink for immediate installation.
OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
1. Operating Voltage Range: 50-280 VAC RMS
2. Operating Frequency Range: 47-63 Hz
3. Maximum Continuous Load Current: See Thermal Rating Code
4. Maximum Surge Load Current: See Peak Surge Current Curve
5. Minimum Load Current: 40 mA RMS
6. Maximum Off-State Leakage Current: 10 mA RMS
7. Maximum Transient Voltage: 600 V peak
8. Maximum Output Voltage Drop: 1.6 V peak
9. Power Dissipation at Full Load: 50 Watts
10. Maximum I2T: 1600A2sec
(For Fusing Purposes, t = 8.3 msec)
11. Minimum Off-State dv/dt protection: 500 V/usec
INPUT SPECIFICATIONS
(Use with RLC SSR Drive Module, OMD00003)
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
1. Control Voltage Range: 3 to 32 VDC
2. Maximum Turn-on Voltage: 3 VDC
3. Minimum Turn-off Voltage: 1 VDC
4. Maximum Reverse Voltage: -32 VDC
5. Minimum Input Impedance: 1500 Ω
6. Maximum Turn-on/Turn-off time: 8.3 msec
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
1. Isolation (Input to Output to Base): 4000 V RMS
2. Insulation Resistance: 10 GΩ
3. Operating Temperature Range: -30° to +75°C
4. Storage Temperature Range: -40° to +120°C
INSTALLATION
It is recommended to mount the unit outside of an enclosure in an area where
there is unrestricted air flow. The unit should always be mounted with the fins
in a vertical position to maximize heat dissipation. If mounting the unit inside
an enclosure, the internal temperature of the enclosure will normally be higher
than the surrounding area and must be accounted for. At full rated load, the unit
will dissipate 50 watts and achieve a case temperature in excess of 90°C. In all
installations, it is important to allow at least two inches around the power unit
for proper ventilation.
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
RLY5
SSR Power Unit
RLY50000
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CONNECTIONS
Separate power feed lines should be run to the load side of the relay. The
controller unit and the load should NEVER share the same power feed. It is
recommended to install the SSR Power Unit as close to the load as possible to
keep the power cable runs short. This will help reduce noise from radiating
into other equipment. The input control signal cable can be run over distances
in excess of 200 ft. with shielded cable from the controller to the SSR power
unit. Connect the shield to the minus “-” terminal of the control signal, on the
SSR Power Unit and at only one end.
SURGE CURRENT
When the SSR Power Unit switches a load on, an in-rush (surge) current that
is higher than the continuous load current will flow. The surge current can be
estimated from the table below which outlines the ratio of surge to steady state
current for various load devices. The surge current duration must be within the
Safe Operating Area of the Peak Surge Current vs. Time Figure. Surge currents
outside the safe operating area will shorten the life of or cause permanent
damage to the power unit.
Load Device
Ratio
Surge Current to
Steady State Current
Incandescent Bulbs (cold)
5
Quartz Heaters (cold)
7
Motors (motionless)
10
Compressors
10
MULTIPLE UNITS
For increased power handling, up to four SSR Power Units may be parallel
connected, and all controlled by a single output of an SSR Drive Module
(OMD00003). The output of the SSR Power Units must NOT be parallel
connected to the same load because of unequal current sharing among the
devices. The outputs should be wired to individual heaters, but they may share
the same supply. If five or more SSR Power Units are required, a Relay Output
Module (OMD00000) may be used in conjunction with an external +12 VDC
power source (RLC Model APS01000) to switch the SSR Power Units.
FUSING
The output of the SSR Power Unit should be protected by a fast blow I2t fuse
(Bussman KAX-30 or equivalent). This guards against long duration surge
currents, short circuits, etc., which may damage the SSR Power Unit.
MECHANICAL INTERRUPT SWITCH
The off-state output leakage current of the power unit is 10 mA maximum.
The voltage level of the output will rise proportional to the resistance of the load
due to this leakage current. Full line voltage can be measured when the output
is connected to a high resistance load and the power unit is in the off-state.
A mechanical interrupt switch (double pole) should be placed between both
sides of the line voltage and the load. The switch should be opened when
servicing any part of the output wiring. When measuring the off-state output
voltage of the unit for correct operation, load the output of the SSR Power Unit
with a small resistance (approximately 100 ohms).
SNUBBING
The power unit has internal snubbers to guard against transients generated by
most loads. Loads with low power factors (ie. motors) may require additional
external snubbing network.
OPERATION
The following are important aspects of operation of the SSR power unit
which must be considered. Adhering to these guidelines will ensure reliable and
trouble free operation.
THERMAL RATING CURVES
The Thermal Rating Curve will determine the maximum allowable ambient
operating temperature for the maximum continuous load current. The two
parameters must intersect in the Safe Operating Area of the graph. Operation
outside the safe operating area will shorten the life of or cause permanent
damage to the SSR Power Unit.
The ambient temperature of the
power unit should be measured
with all of the associated
equipment operating to verify
the Thermal Ratings.
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Bulletin No. RLY6-D
Drawing No. LP0471
Released 9/07
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MODEL RLY6/RLY6A - SINGLE PHASE DIN RAIL MOUNT SOLID STATE RELAY
O
INTEGRATED HEAT SINK
O
OPTICALLY ISOLATED
O
SOLID STATE SWITCHING
O
SINGLE PHASE OUTPUT RATING: 25 A (RLY6) or 40 A (RLY6A)
O
SWITCHING: 24 TO 660 VAC
O
CONTROL SIGNAL: 4 TO 32 VDC
O
ZERO VOLTAGE TURN-ON
O
MOUNTS ON DIN RAIL OR DIRECTLY TO PANEL
O
4000 VOLT ISOLATION
O
BUILT-IN SNUBBER
O
LED “ON” INDICATOR
O
CAGE CLAMP TERMINATIONS
UL Recognized Component,
File #E191578
LR 702877
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SAFETY SUMMARY
The RLY60000 is a solid state relay that switches load currents up to 25 A; the RLY6A000
switches load currents up to 40 A. These units feature a zero voltage turn-on detector to minimize
radiated RFI when switching. An internal snubber guards against false triggering of the output
related to high dv/dt applications. A low level DC control signal of 4 to 32 VDC is all that is needed
for the switching operation. These units, highlighted by the inverse-parallel SCR output, provide a
greatly increased operational life over mechanical relays by avoiding the usual relay contact
problems such as: arcing, bouncing, and mechanical failure.
The RLY6/RLY6A can be directly controlled by logic/SSR drive output or sourcing output of
Red Lion Controls products.
All safety related regulations, local codes and instructions
that appear in the literature or on equipment must be observed
to ensure personal safety and to prevent damage to either the
instrument or equipment connected to it. If equipment is used
in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection
provided by the equipment may be impaired.
Do not use this unit to directly command motors, valves, or
other actuators not equipped with safeguards. To do so, can be
potentially harmful to persons or equipment in the event of a
fault to the unit.
RLY6, 25 Amp DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
TOP VIEW
CAUTION: Risk of Danger.
Read complete instructions prior to installation
and operation of the unit.
CAUTION: Risk of electric shock.
SPECIFICATIONS
OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
RLY6A, 40 Amp DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
TOP VIEW
1. OPERATING VOLTAGE RANGE: 24 to 660 VAC
2. OPERATING FREQUENCY RANGE: 47 to 63 Hz
3. MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS LOAD CURRENT:
(See Safe Operating Conditions)
RLY6: 25 ARMS
RLY6A: 40 ARMS
4. SURGE CURRENT:
RLY6:
Non-Repetitive 1 Cycle: 250 APEAK
Non-Repetitive 1 Second: 100 APEAK
RLY6A:
Non-Repetitive 1 Cycle: 250 APEAK
Non-Repetitive 1 Second: 150 APEAK
5. MIN. LOAD CURRENT: 100 mA
6. LEAKAGE CURRENT @ VOUT (Max.): 8 mA
7. OVER VOLTAGE RATING: 1400 PIV
8. VOLTAGE DROP @ IOUT: 1.5 VAC
9. POWER DISSIPATION AT FULL LOAD:
RLY6: 25.0 Watts
RLY6A: 48.0 Watts
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SPECIFICATIONS (Cont’d)
SCHEMATIC
10. I2T FUSING: 1035 A2S
(For Fusing Purposes, T = 8.3 msec.)
11. Dv/Dt @ VOUT (Max.): 500 V/µsec
INPUT SPECIFICATIONS
1. CONTROL VOLTAGE RANGE: 4 to 32 VDC
2. TURN-ON VOLTAGE (MIN.): 4 VDC
3. TURN-OFF VOLTAGE (MAX.): 1 VDC
4. REVERSE VOLTAGE PROTECTION: -75 VDC
5. INPUT CURRENT (MAX.): 8 mA
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
FUSING
1. ISOLATION (INPUT TO OUTPUT TO BASE): 4000 VRMS
2. CAPACITANCE INPUT TO OUTPUT: 3 pf
3. OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°C to +80°C
Devices such as electromechanical circuit breakers and slow blow fuses
cannot react quickly enough to protect this relay in a shorted condition. Fast
“semiconductor fuses” with appropriate I2T ratings are strongly recommended.
MECHANICAL INTERRUPT SWITCH
SAFE OPERATING CONDITIONS
The relay must always operate within the “Safe Operating Area” of the
Derating Curve Figure. Operations outside the Safe Operating Area will shorten
the life of, or cause permanent damage to, the relay. The ambient temperature
should be measured 1" (25 mm) below the relay (when mounted to a vertical
surface) and with all of the associated equipment operating.
The off-state leakage current of the power unit is 8 mA maximum. The
voltage level of the output will rise proportional to the resistance of the load due
to this leakage current. Full line voltage can be measured when the output is
connected to a high resistance load and the power unit is in the off-state.
A mechanical interrupt switch is recommended between both sides of the line
voltage and the load. The switch should be opened when servicing any part of
the output wiring. When measuring the off-state output voltage of the unit for
correct operation, load the output of the RLY6/RLY6A with a small resistance
(approximately 100 ohms).
WIRING GUIDELINES
The controlling device and the relay load should NEVER share the same
power feed. It is recommended that this relay be installed as close as possible
to the load to keep the power cable runs short. The control voltage can run over
distances in excess of 200 feet with shielded cable. If using shielded cable,
connect the shield to the minus “-” terminal of the control signal at one end only.
ORDERING INFORMATION
PART NUMBERS
MODEL
DESCRIPTION
RLY6
25 A Single Phase Din Rail Mount Solid State Relay
RLY60000
RLY6A
40 A Single Phase Din Rail Mount Solid State Relay
RLY6A000
LIMITED WARRANTY
It is strongly recommended that a 0.18" (4.6 mm) clearance is maintained on
all four sides of the relay. If the relays are mounted against each other, then the
end relays must be derated by additional 10% (of the Derating Curve) and the
middle relays by 20%.
In small enclosures, adequate ventilation must be provided to assure proper
safe operating temperature. Accumulation of dust and dirt on the heat sink fins
will also affect heat dissipation. In extreme dust and dirt conditions, the relay
must be derated by additional 20%.
The Company warrants the products it manufactures against defects in materials and workmanship for a period limited
to two years from the date of shipment, provided the products have been stored, handled, installed, and used under proper
conditions. The Company’s liability under this limited warranty shall extend only to the repair or replacement of a
defective product, at The Company’s option. The Company disclaims all liability for any affirmation, promise or
representation with respect to the products.
The customer agrees to hold Red Lion Controls harmless from, defend, and indemnify RLC against damages, claims, and
expenses arising out of subsequent sales of RLC products or products containing components manufactured by RLC and
based upon personal injuries, deaths, property damage, lost profits, and other matters which Buyer, its employees, or subcontractors are or may be to any extent liable, including without limitation penalties imposed by the Consumer Product
Safety Act (P.L. 92-573) and liability imposed upon any person pursuant to the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act (P.L. 93637), as now in effect or as amended hereafter.
No warranties expressed or implied are created with respect to The Company’s products except those expressly contained
herein. The Customer acknowledges the disclaimers and limitations contained hererin and relies on no other warranties
or affirmations.
Red Lion Controls AP
Red Lion Controls
20 Willow Springs Circle
Red Lion Controls BV
Printerweg 10
Unit 101, XinAn Plaza
Building 13, No.99 Tianzhou Road
York PA 17406
NL - 3821 AD Amersfoort
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Tel +31 (0) 334 723 225
Tel +86 21 6113-3688
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Fax +31 (0) 334 893 793
Fax +86 21 6113-3683
ShangHai, P.R. China 200223
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Bulletin No. RLY7-C
Drawing No. LP0472
Released 6/08
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MODEL RLY7 - THREE PHASE DIN RAIL MOUNT SOLID STATE RELAY
O
INTEGRATED HEAT SINK
O
OPTICALLY ISOLATED
O
SOLID STATE SWITCHING
O
25 A THREE PHASE OUTPUT RATING
O
24 TO 660 VAC SWITCHING
O
4 TO 32 VDC CONTROL SIGNAL
O
ZERO VOLTAGE TURN-ON
O
MOUNTS ON DIN RAIL OR DIRECTLY TO PANEL
O
4000 VOLT ISOLATION
O
BUILT-IN SNUBBER
O
LED “ON” INDICATOR
O
CAGE CLAMP TERMINATIONS
UL Recognized Component,
File #E191578
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The RLY7 is a three phase solid state relay that switches load currents up to
25 A. The unit features a zero voltage turn-on detector to minimize radiated RFI
when switching. An internal snubber guards against false triggering of the
output related to high dv/dt applications. A low level DC control signal of 4 to
32 VDC is all that is needed for the switching operation. This unit, highlighted
by the inverse-parallel SCR output, provides a greatly increased operational life
over a mechanical relay by avoiding the usual relay contact problems such as:
arcing, bouncing, and mechanical failure.
The RLY7 can be directly controlled by logic/SSR drive output or sourcing
output of Red Lion Controls products.
SAFETY SUMMARY
All safety related regulations, local codes and instructions that appear in the
literature or on equipment must be observed to ensure personal safety and to
prevent damage to either the instrument or equipment connected to it. If
equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection
provided by the equipment may be impaired.
Do not use this unit to directly command motors, valves, or other actuators
not equipped with safeguards. To do so, can be potentially harmful to persons
or equipment in the event of a fault to the unit.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
CAUTION: Risk of Danger.
Read complete instructions prior to
installation and operation of the unit.
CAUTION: Risk of electric shock.
SPECIFICATIONS
OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
1. Operating Voltage Range: 24 to 660 VAC
2. Operating Frequency Range: 47 to 63 Hz
3. Maximum Continuous Load Current: 25 Amps (3 pole), 35 Amps (2 pole)
(See Safe Operating Conditions)
5. Min. Load Current: 100 mA
6. Leakage Current @ VOUT (Max.): 10 mA
7. Peak Blocking Voltage: 1400 VAC
8. Voltage Drop @ IOUT: 3 VAC
9. I2T Fusing: 1350 A2sec
(For Fusing Purposes, T = 8.3 msec.)
10. Dv/Dt @ VOUT (Max.): 1000 V/µsec
TOP VIEW
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FUSING
INPUT SPECIFICATIONS
1. Control Voltage Range: 4 to 32 VDC
2. Turn-on Voltage (Min.): 4 VDC
3. Turn-off Voltage (Max.): 1 VDC
4. Input Current (Max.): 15 mA
Devices such as electromechanical circuit breakers and slow blow fuses
cannot react quickly enough to protect this relay in a shorted condition. Fast
“semiconductor fuses” with appropriate I2T ratings are strongly recommended.
MECHANICAL INTERRUPT SWITCH
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
1. Isolation (Input to Output to Base): 4000 VRMS
2. Operating Temperature Range: 0°C to 40°C
SAFE OPERATING CONDITIONS
The relay must always operate within the “Safe Operating Area” of the
Derating Curve Figure. Operations outside the Safe Operating Area will shorten
the life of, or cause permanent damage to, the relay. The ambient temperature
should be measured 1" (25 mm) below the relay (when mounted to a vertical
surface) and with all of the associated equipment operating.
It is strongly recommended that a 1" (25 mm) clearance is maintained on all
four sides of the relay. If the relays are mounted against each other, then the end
relays must be derated by an additional 10% (of the Derating Curve) and the
middle relays by 20%.
The off-state leakage current of the power unit is 10 mA maximum. The
voltage level of the output will rise proportional to the resistance of the load due
to this leakage current. Full line voltage can be measured when the output is
connected to a high resistance load and the power unit is in the off-state.
A mechanical interrupt switch is recommended between the line voltage and
the load. The switch should be opened when servicing any part of the output
wiring. When measuring the off-state output voltage of the unit for correct
operation, load the output of the RLY7 with a small resistance (approximately
100 ohms).
WIRING GUIDELINES
The controlling device and the relay load should NEVER share the same
power feed. It is recommended that this relay be installed as close as possible to
the load to keep the power cable runs short. The control voltage can run over
distances in excess of 200 feet with shielded cable. If using shielded cable,
connect the shield to the minus ″-″ terminal of the control signal at one end only.
In small enclosures, adequate ventilation must be provided to assure proper
safe operating temperature. Accumulation of dust and dirt on the heat sink fins
will also affect heat dissipation. In extreme dust and dirt conditions, the relay
must be derated by an additional 20%.
SCHEMATIC
THREE PHASE HEATING APPLICATION
This application shows a Model TCU Temperature Controller regulating
the temperature of a drying kiln. The TCU has an SSR Drive Output
Module installed. This module controls the three phase relay directly.
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
RLY7
Three Phase Din Rail Mount Solid State Relay
RLY70000
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Bulletin No. RSRELAY-C
Drawing No. LP0498
Released 4/07
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MODEL RS - DIN RAIL RELAY SYSTEM
O
TERMINAL BLOCKS WITH BUILT-IN RELAY OUTPUTS
O
SLIM DESIGN SAVES DIN RAIL SPACE
O
REPLACEABLE RELAY SAVES DOWNTIME
O
JUMPERS SAVE WIRING TIME
UL Recognized Component,
File # E257265
DESCRIPTION
The RS Relay System provides a compact, modular means of adding relay
outputs to any transistor output device. The RSRLYB Relay Block serves as the
base for a miniature, 24 volt coil relay, capable of switching up to 250 VAC at
6 Amps. Accessories, such as Jumpers, Buss Blocks, and Relay Markers are
available to save installation time and money.
13. MIN. SWITCHING POWER: 120 mW
14. INPUT TO OUTPUT ISOLATION: 4 kV, 50 Hz., 1 minute
15. AMBIENT TEMPERATURE RANGE: -20 to 60°C (-4 to 140°F)
16. NOMINAL OPERATING MODE: 100% Duty Cycle
17. INFLAMMABILITY CLASS: VO according To UL 94
18. MECHANICAL LIFE: 20 million cycles
19. CONSTRUCTION: Case body is green, Polymide PA non-reinforced
20. CONNECTIONS: 14 AWG max. Torque 4-6 in-lb.
21. MOUNTING: Standard DIN Top Hat (T) profile rail according to EN50022
–35 x 7.5 and 35 x 15.
22. WEIGHT: 0.073 lb. (33.1 g)
RELAY BLOCK-RSRLYB
The RS Relay System is built around the Relay Block. The Relay Block is a 6.2
mm wide terminal block that serves as the base for the miniature plug-in relay
(included). The relay has a 24 VDC coil, and its SPDT output can switch loads up
to 250 VAC at 6 Amps. With its plug-in design, the relay can be replaced in
seconds. The Block has a built-in suppression circuit to reduce EMC interference.
Other features include an input LED, and reverse polarity protection. The
RSRLYB00 is shipped in packages of 5 pieces, with the relay installed.
DIMENSIONS In Inches (mm)
BLOCK DIAGRAM
2-POSITION JUMPER-RSJMPR
The RSJMPR Jumper can be used to bridge connections between adjacent
Relay Blocks. This avoids the tedious task of wire-jumping signals such as
commons or neutrals together. The maximum current capability of the RSJMPR
is 6 A. The RSJMPR is available in three different colors, and is shipped in
packages of 20 pieces.
SPECIFICATIONS
1. NOMINAL INPUT VOLTAGE: 24 VDC
2. TYPICAL INPUT CURRENT @ 24 VDC: 9 mA
3. TYPICAL OPERATE TIME: 4 msec
4. TYPICAL RELEASE TIME: 8 msec
5. CONTACT TYPE: SPDT (Form C)
6. CONTACT MATERIAL: AgSnO
7. MAX. CONTACT VOLTAGE: 250 V AC/DC
8. MIN. CONTACT VOLTAGE: 12 V AC/DC
9. LIMITING CONTINUOUS CURRENT: 6 A
10. MAX. INRUSH CURRENT: 30 A
11. MIN. SWITCHING CURRENT: 10 mA
12. MAX. POWER RATING (RESISTIVE LOAD): 140 W
SPECIFICATIONS
1. MAX. CURRENT: 6 A
2. LENGTH: 0.24" (6 mm)
3. COLOR: Available in Red, Blue, and Gray
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CONTINUOUS JUMPER-RSCJMP
BARRIER-RSBARR
The RSCJMP can be used to bridge up to 80 adjacent Relay Blocks with total
currents as high as 30 A. For currents above 6 A, the Buss Block must be used
as the starting point. This cut-to-length jumper is available in three colors, and
is shipped in packages of 2 pieces.
The Barrier is always required at the start and end of a Relay System to
provide protective separation according to VDC 0106-101. The Barrier should
also be used to isolate adjacent Relay Blocks with voltage potentials greater
than 250 V. The RSBARR is equipped with prescored breakout points at the
bridging positions so that individual bridges can pass through if needed. The
RSBARR00 is shipped in packages of 2 pieces.
SPECIFICATIONS
1. MAX. CURRENT: 30 A
2. LENGTH: 19.7" (500 mm)
3. COLOR: Available in Red, Blue, and Gray
SPECIFICATIONS
BUSS BLOCK-RSBUSS
RELAY MARKERS-RSMARK
The 9 mm wide Buss Block is the same shape as the RSRLYB Relay Block.
It can be used as a starting point for the continuous jumper in applications
requiring up to 30 A. In applications that require less than 6 A, the starting point
for the jumper(s) can take place at one of the Relay Blocks.
The RSMARK00 Relay Markers can be used to label the Relay Blocks. After
labeling or writing on the Marker, it is snapped onto the engagement lever of the
Relay Block, providing a visual means of identification. The RSMARK00 is
shipped in packages of 100 pieces.
SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
1. COLOR: Black
1. MAX. CURRENT: 30 A
2. MAX. VOLTAGE: 250 V
3. CONSTRUCTION: Case body is gray, Polymide PA non-reinforced
4. CONNECTIONS: 10 AWG max. Torque 4-6 in-lb.
5. WEIGHT: 0.077 lb. (34.9 g)
1. COLOR: White
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY/PACKAGE
PART NUMBER
RSRLYB
Relay Block
5
RSRLYB00
RSBUSS
Buss Block
1
RSBUSS00
RSBARR
Barrier
2
RSBARR00
RSRSTP
Rail Stop
2
RSRSTP00
2-Position Jumper Red
20
RSJMPR10
2-Position Jumper Blue
20
RSJMPR20
2-Position Jumper Gray
20
RSJMPR30
Continuous Jumper Red
2
RSCJMP10
Continuous Jumper Blue
2
RSCJMP20
Continuous Jumper Gray
2
RSCJMP30
100
RSMARK00
5
RSRLY100
RSJMPR
RSCJMP
RSMARK
Relay Marker
RSRLY1
Replacement Relay
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Bulletin No. TMPJ-A
Drawing No. LP0717
Released 10/07
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QUICK DISCONNECT TEMPERATURE PROBES AND ACCESSORIES
MODEL TMP - QUICK DISCONNECT TEMPERATURE PROBES
z CHOICE OF 304 SS, INCONEL 600 OR XL SHEATH
z MATING CONNECTOR (with "write on label") AND PLCM CABLE
CLAMP WITH LOCKING CLIP INCLUDED WITH MINIATURE AND
STANDARD SIZE PROBES
z XL HIGH TEMPERATURE PROBE AVAILABLE
z STANDARD UNIVERSAL FEMALE CONNECTOR COMPATIBLE
WITH MINI AND STANDARD SIZE PROBES
z 2 WIRE MATING UNIVERSAL FEMALE CONNECTOR WITH
BUILT-IN SIGNAL AMPLIFIER AVAILABLE
z MEETS OR EXCEEDS SLE AND EN 60584-2: TOLERANCE
CLASS 1
z COLOR CODED CONNECTOR BODY
z WIRE SOLD SEPARATELY
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
ORDERING INFORMATION
Model TMP Quick Disconnect Thermocouples are available with both
miniature and standard size connector termination. These rugged probes feature
a variety of calibration types, sheath materials and diameters, and are available
with an ungrounded junction. A high temperature probe is also available that can
be mated with a standard female universal connector, as well as a 2 wire
universal female connector with a signal amplifier built in. All temperature
probes are rated at the tolerance standard SLE, (Special Limits Of Error), which
is ±2° C degrees of error. This is half of the standard tolerance grade, providing
the highest accuracy possible in the temperature sensing industry.
DESCRIPTION
MINI
QUICK
DISCONNNECT
TC PROBE
W/ MOLDED
CONN
SPECIFICATIONS
1. SHEATH: Constructed of 304 stainless steel, Inconel 600, or XL (High
Temperature Probe only)
2. SHEATH DIAMETER: 0.062" or 0.125"
3. PROBE LENGTH: 12" Ungrounded junction.
4. CONNECTOR BODY: Glass Filled Nylon, rated to 200º C.
5. LEAD LENGTH AND WIRE INSULATION: Sold separately, see
accessory details
STANDARD
QUICK
DISCONNNECT
TC PROBE
W/ MOLDED
CONN
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
ANSI
TYPE
TC
SHEATH MATERIAL
SHEATH
DIAMETER PART NUMBER
INCHES
J
STAINLESS STEEL
0.062
TMPJQD01
K
STAINLESS STEEL
0.062
TMPKQD01
T
STAINLESS STEEL
0.062
TMPTQD01
E
STAINLESS STEEL
0.062
TMPEQD01
J
INCONEL 600
0.062
TMPJQD02
K
INCONEL 600
0.062
TMPKQD02
T
INCONEL 600
0.062
TMPTQD02
E
INCONEL 600
0.062
TMPEQD02
J
STAINLESS STEEL
0.125
TMPJQD03
K
STAINLESS STEEL
0.125
TMPKQD03
T
STAINLESS STEEL
0.125
TMPTQD03
E
STAINLESS STEEL
0.125
TMPEQD03
J
INCONEL 600
0.125
TMPJQD04
K
INCONEL 600
0.125
TMPKQD04
T
INCONEL 600
0.125
TMPTQD04
E
INCONEL 600
0.125
TMPEQD04
K
XL
0.125
*TMPKQD05
* XL probes have a very low drift and are for use in high temperature
applications up to 1335° C.
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WIRING
MODEL TMWS - THERMOCOUPLE WIRE
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATIONS
Thermocouple wire is for use with the Mini and Standard Quick Disconnect
Temperature Probes. It is available in a variety of insulation and calibration
types, and spool lengths.
1. WIRE LENGTH: 25 or 100 Foot Spools
2. INSULATION: Duplex Insulated
3. TYPE: 24 AWG Solid Wire
4. COLOR CODE: ANSI color codes
ORDERING INFORMATION
DESCRIPTION
ANSI
TYPE
MAX
TEMP
ºC
ºF
J
260
500
K
WIRE
100' SPL
WIRE
25' SPL
NOMINAL
SIZE (IN.)
INSULATION TYPE
260
500
T
200
400
E
260
J
482
K
T
TEFLON PFA
TEFLON PFA
PART
NUMBER
.056 X .093 TMWSJ100
.056 X .093 TMWSK100
TEFLON PFA
.056 X .093 TMWST100
500
TEFLON PFA
.056 X .092 TMWSE100
900
GLASS BRAID .050 X .080 TMWGJ100
482
900
GLASS BRAID .050 X .080 TMWGK100
200
400
GLASS BRAID .050 X .080 TMWGT100
E
430
800
GLASS BRAID .050 X .080 TMWGE100
J
260
500
TEFLON PFA
.056 X .093 TMWSJ025
K
260
500
TEFLON PFA
.056 X .093 TMWSK025
T
200
400
TEFLON PFA
.056 X .093 TMWST025
E
260
500
TEFLON PFA
.056 X .092 TMWSE025
J
482
900
GLASS BRAID .050 X .080 TMWGJ025
K
482
900
GLASS BRAID .050 X .080 TMWGK025
T
200
400
GLASS BRAID .050 X .080 TMWGT025
E
430
800
GLASS BRAID .050 X .080 TMWGE025
ANSI TYPE
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
JACKET
J
WHITE
RED
BROWN
K
YELLOW
RED
BROWN
T
BLUE
RED
BROWN
E
VIOLET
RED
BROWN
MODEL TMPCB - RETRACTABLE SENSOR CABLES
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
z COMPATIBLE WITH J, K, T AND E THERMOCOUPLE
CALIBRATIONS
The retractable sensor cables are color coded and for use with thermocouples
and RTD's. The cables have a superior jacket construction, employing the latest
in jacketing material: TPE (thermoplastic elastomer), a unique family of
thermoplastics which exhibits characteristics previously found only in rubber
compounds. TPE is extremely tough and flexible, and has excellent abrasion
resistance. This special construction technique yields an expansion rate of up to
500%. These retractable cables are for use with electronic type indicators, either
panel, handheld or bench type models.
z EXPANSION RATIO UP TO 500% - 1 Ft (300 mm) OF CABLE
STRETCHES TO 5 Ft (1500 mm)
z IDEAL FOR USE WITH HANDHELD AND BENCH STAND
ELECTRONIC INDICATORS
z BARE WIRE ENDS
SPECIFICATIONS
1. INSULATION: TPE Thermoplastic Elastomer outer jacket
2. INNER CONDUCTORS: Teflon
3. CALIBRATIONS: J, K, T, E
4. THERMOCOUPLE WIRE CONFORMITY: SLE
5. TEMPERATURE RATING: -30 to 105ºC (-22 to 220º F)
6. CONSTRUCTION: 28 AWG stranded wire (7 strand x 36 gauge)
7. LENGTH: 2 feet (600 mm)
ORDERING INFORMATION
DESCRIPTION
TYPE
J
2 FT RETRACT CABLE
K
T
E
JACKET
+WIRE
-WIRE
PART
NUMBER
BLACK
WHITE
RED
TMPCBS01
RED
TMPCBS02
RED
TMPCBS03
RED
TMPCBS04
YELLOW YELLOW
BLUE
BLUE
PURPLE PURPLE
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ACCESSORIES
MODEL TMPCN - QUICK DISCONNECT STANDARD CONNECTORS
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Standard Connectors are for use with the Standard Quick Disconnect TC
Probes. They are available in both male and female termination, and include a
“write on label” for easy identification. The female standard connector is a
universal connector, meaning it can be used to terminate male versions of both
the standard and miniature connector.
SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
1. CONNECTOR BODY MATERIAL: Glass Filled Nylon, for temperature
ranges of -29 to 220º C.
2. CONNECTOR BODY COLOR: ANSI color coded
3. WIRE GAGE: Accepts stranded or solid wire up to 14 AWG
4. WIRE TERMINATION: Combination Phillips/Slot Screws
0.10 DIA.
(2.5)
1.31
(33.33)
0.47
(11.90)
ORDERING INFORMATION
0.59
(15.06)
DESCRIPTION
0.16
(3.96)
TYPE
TERMINATION
PART NUMBER
K
0.19
(4.77)
0.50
(12.7)
0.44
(11.11)
1.0 (25.4)
0.31 (8.0)
T
MALE AND FEMALE HAVE
THE SAME BODY DIMENSIONS
STANDARD
CONNECTOR
0.22 (5.5) WIRE ACCESS
HOLE
E
0.5
(12.7)
J
0.44 (11.1)
FRONT & REAR VIEW OF FEMALE
MALE
TMPCNS01
FEMALE
TMPCNS02
MALE
TMPCNS03
FEMALE
TMPCNS04
MALE
TMPCNS05
FEMALE
TMPCNS06
MALE
TMPCNS07
FEMALE
TMPCNS08
MODEL TMPCN - QUICK DISCONNECT MINIATURE CONNECTORS
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATIONS
Miniature Connectors are for use with the Miniature Quick Disconnect TC
Probes. They are available in both male and female termination, and include a
“write on label” for easy identification.
1. CONNECTOR BODY MATERIAL: Glass Filled Nylon, for temperature
ranges of -29 to 220º C.
2. CONNECTOR BODY COLOR: ANSI color coded
3. WIRE GAGE: Accepts stranded or solid wire up to 20 AWG
4. WIRE TERMINATION: Combination Phillips/Slot Screws
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
ORDERING INFORMATION
DESCRIPTION
0.10
(2.5) DIA.
TYPE
TERMINATION
PART NUMBER
0.194 (4.93) WIRE HOLE
0.19
(4.8)
K
0.81
(20.6)
0.09
(2.3)
0.13
(3.3)
0.31
(7.9)
T
0.50
(12.7)
0.66
(16.8)
1.00
(25.4)
0.03 (0.8)
MINIATURE
CONNECTOR
E
0.28
(7.16)
0.13 (3.3)
J
0.31 (7.9)
MALE
TMPCNM01
FEMALE
TMPCNM02
MALE
TMPCNM03
FEMALE
TMPCNM04
MALE
TMPCNM05
FEMALE
TMPCNM06
MALE
TMPCNM07
FEMALE
TMPCNM08
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LIMITED WARRANTY
The Company warrants the products it manufactures against defects in materials and workmanship
for a period limited to two years from the date of shipment, provided the products have been stored,
handled, installed, and used under proper conditions. The Company’s liability under this limited
warranty shall extend only to the repair or replacement of a defective product, at The Company’s
option. The Company disclaims all liability for any affirmation, promise or representation with
respect to the products.
The customer agrees to hold Red Lion Controls harmless from, defend, and indemnify RLC against
damages, claims, and expenses arising out of subsequent sales of RLC products or products
containing components manufactured by RLC and based upon personal injuries, deaths, property
damage, lost profits, and other matters which Buyer, its employees, or sub-contractors are or may be
to any extent liable, including without limitation penalties imposed by the Consumer Product Safety
Act (P.L. 92-573) and liability imposed upon any person pursuant to the Magnuson-Moss Warranty
Act (P.L. 93-637), as now in effect or as amended hereafter.
No warranties expressed or implied are created with respect to The Company’s products except those
expressly contained herein. The Customer acknowledges the disclaimers and limitations contained
herein and relies on no other warranties or affirmations.
Red Lion Controls AP
Red Lion Controls
20 Willow Springs Circle
Red Lion Controls BV
Printerweg 10
Unit 101, XinAn Plaza
Building 13, No.99 Tianzhou Road
York PA 17406
NL - 3821 AD Amersfoort
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ShangHai, P.R. China 200223
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Drawing No. LP0353
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MODEL TMP - FIELD CUTTABLE TEMPERATURE SENSOR PROBES
AND ACCESSORIES
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Model TMP Thermocouple and RTD Temperature Probes are field cuttable
to the desired length. The probes can be trimmed to within 3.5" (88.9 mm) of
the probe tip allowing for greater application flexibility. Accessory hardware is
available to wire and mount the probes in the user's existing thermowell.
Optional spring loaded fittings (sold separately) slide along the probe sheath
to proper immersion depth as determined by the user. These fittings allow for
strong contact between the probe and the thermowell to improve response. The
spring loaded fittings are adjustable and reusable.
SPECIFICATIONS
ACCESSORIES (sold separately)
1. TYPES:
Thermocouple: J, K, T, E
RTD: Platinum, 100 Ω @ 0°C, alpha = 0.00385 (DIN = 43760)
2. RANGE AND ACCURACY:
Thermocouple
Weatherproof Heads:
Meets NEMA 4/IP65 requirements
Cast Aluminum
Protects against dust, rain, splashing,
and hose directed water
Weatherproof gasket
Stainless steel chain
TC TYPE
RANGE
WIRE COLOR
ACCURACY
ANSI
-200 to 0°C
-328 to 32°F
0 to 350°C
32 to 682°F
0 to 900°C
32 to 1682°F
±1.0°C or ±1.5%
±1.8°F or ±1.5%
±1.0°C or ±0.75%
±1.8°F or ±0.75%
±1.7°C or ±0.5%
±3.0°F or ±0.5%
violet (+)
red (-)
J
0 to 750°C
32 to 1382°F
±2.2°C or ±0.75%
±4.0°F or ±0.75%
white (+)
red (-)
K
0 to 1250°C
32 to 2282°F
±2.2°C or ±0.75%
±4.0°F or ±0.75%
yellow (+)
red (-)
T
E
blue (+)
red (-)
TMPACC02
Terminal Blocks
2 Terminal Simplex for use with TC’s
3 Terminal for use with RTD’s
Note: Where the error is given in percent, the percentage applies to the
temperature being measured, not the range. Select whichever is greater.
RTD
TEMP
°C
ACCURACY
±°C
-200
.42
-100
.25
0
.26
100
.44
200
.65
300
.86
400
1.09
500
1.34
600
1.60
650
1.74
WIRE COLOR
There are no standard wire
colors for RTD probes. When
connecting the RTD wiring,
two wires are the same color
and one is a different color.
The two wires of the same
color connect to signal (+)
and excitation (+). These two
wires are interchangeable.
The other wire connects to
signal common.
3. SHEATH : Constructed of 304 stainless steel with an outside diameter of
0.25" (6.35 mm)
4. THERMOCOUPLE MEASURING JUNCTION:
Ungrounded thermocouple junction
5. PROBE LENGTH: 2 ft. (0.6 M). Min. length after cutting is 3.5" (88.9 mm).
6. LEAD LENGTH: 6" (152.4 mm) beyond the end of the uncut tube
7. LEAD WIRE INSULATION: Available in Teflon (400°F), Fiberglass
(900°F), or High Temperature Fiberglass (1300°F) (Thermocouple only)
TMPACC04
TMPACC05
Spring Loaded Fittings: Connects
probe to thermowell and attaches
to weatherhead 1/2" NPT X1/2"
NPT Stainless Steel.
TMPACC01
Tube Sleeve
Tube sleeve to protect probe leads
from burrs after cutting probe.
TMPACC03
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CUTTING THE TUBING
INSTALLATION
The thermocouple and RTD probes have a crimp mark located 3" (76.2 mm)
from the tip. This indicates the end of the internal seal. Damage to the probe will
occur if trimmed within 3.5" (88.9 mm) of the tip.
1. Orient the probe and the spring loaded fitting as shown below.
2. Screw the spring loaded fitting one complete turn into the thermowell (not
included).
3. Push the probe into the fitting until it touches the bottom of the thermowell.
4. Hold the probe to the bottom of the thermowell and tighten the fitting. This
ensures good contact between the probe and the bottom of the thermowell.
5. Completely tighten the fitting into the thermowell.
Note: The probe must be inserted only as shown below to prevent damage to
the fitting.
1. Determine the desired length of the probe and mark with a pen or marker.
Secure the probe within a tube vice being careful not to deform or flatten the
probe.
2. “Score” the tubing with a tubing cutter. Make one or two revolutions with the
cutter. Do not cut completely through the tubing to prevent burrs or a sharp
lip on the inside of the tubing.
3. Use a pair of pliers to grasp the excess tubing to be removed.
4. Use a narrow range of motion to slowly work the excess tubing from side to
side until it separates from the probe. Using a wide range of motion will
deform the tube and prevent installation of the tube sleeve.
5. Remove the excess tubing and trim the leads to the desired length.
6. Install the tube sleeve in the open end of the tube to protect the leads from
any sharp edges on the inside of the tube.
If it becomes necessary to separate the probe and the fitting, first disconnect
the wires and then unscrew the fitting completely from the thermowell. Pull the
probe through the fitting from the end that was screwed into the thermowell.
The fitting will present resistance to the probe removal if you attempt to go in
the wrong direction.
TMPXXXXX
(One tube sleeve is included with each probe.)
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
DESCRIPTION
TC Temp Probe
TMP
RTD Temp
Probe
MAX
TEMP. °F
LEAD INSULATION
TYPE
PART
NUMBER
400
900
1300
400
900
1300
400
400
900
1300
400
900
Teflon
Fiberglass
High Temp Fiberglass
Teflon
Fiberglass
High Temp Fiberglass
Teflon
Teflon
Fiberglass
High Temp Fiberglass
Teflon
Fiberglass
J
J
J
K
K
K
T
E
E
E
Plat
Plat
TMPJ2SU1
TMPJ2SU2
TMPJ2SU3
TMPK2SU1
TMPK2SU2
TMPK2SU3
TMPT2SU1
TMPE2SU1
TMPE2SU2
TMPE2SU3
TMPA2S01
TMPA2S02
Note: One tube sleeve is included with each probe.
ACCESSORIES (All accessories are sold separately)
MODEL NO.
TMPACC
Red Lion Controls
20 Willow Springs Circle
York PA 17402
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Spring Loaded Fitting
TMPACC01
Cast Aluminum Weatherproof Head
TMPACC02
Spare Tube Sleeve
TMPACC03
Simplex Terminal Block (for TC’s)
TMPACC04
Three Terminal Block (for RTD’s)
TMPACC05
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56 Boulevard du Courcerin, Batiment 21,
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Databankweg 6C
NL - 3821 AL Amersfoort
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Drawing No. LP0720
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MODELS TMPRT & TMPCN
THERMOCOUPLES
MODEL TMPRT - ADVANCED DESIGN SURFACE MOUNT RTD SENSOR
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
z 100 Ω DIN CLASS A (± 0.06 Ω OR ±0.06% AT 0°C) ACCURACY
STANDARD
Model TMPRT "stick-on" style RTD temperature sensor mounts on flat
surfaces and provides Class A accuracy for critical monitoring applications.
Based on a bare 2 X 2 X .08 mm thin film platinum RTD, the unit is supplied in
a Teflon PFA insulated configuration and can be easily applied using its selfadhesive backing. Some of the applications of this versatile RTD sensor include
monitoring chip, heat sink, and environmental temperatures in electronic
devices; checking piping or ducting temperatures; monitoring motor and
transformer core heat; testing insulation capabilities, as well as checking other
applications in which surface and/or gradient temperatures need to be monitored
and controlled.
z EASY-INSTALLATION SILICONE BASED, SELF BACKING RATED
TO 260°C (500°F)
z SENSOR CAN BE REAPPLIED
z STRIPPED 3 WIRE LEADS (CONNECTORS SOLD SEPARATELY)
z 10 FOOT LEAD LENGTH
z IDEAL FOR FLAT OR CURVED SURFACES
z ABLE TO WITHSTAND HIGH VIBRATION ENVIRONMENTS
SPECIFICATIONS
1. MINIMUM/MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE:
-73° C (-100° F) to 260° C (500° F) continuous
290° C (554° F) short-term (when stuck in place)
2. SENSING ELEMENT: 100 Ω at 0° C (32° F)
Temperature coefficient of 0.00385 Ω/Ω/°C (IEC60751)
3. ACCURACY: ± 0.06% at 0° C (DIN Class A)
4. RESPONSE TIME: Less than 0.9 s (63% response time in water
immersion), less than 2 s response time on a hot plate.
5. SELF HEATING EFFECT: 2.5mW/°C
6. LEAD WIRE:10 foot 26 AWG stranded nickel plated copper, Teflon PFAinsulated and jacket cable
7. ADHESIVE PAD DIMENSIONS: 1 x ¾ " (25 X 19 mm)
The IEC-751/BS EN60751 1996 standard tolerances for Pt 100Ω RTD
elements.
Class A devices have an accuracy of ± 0.35° at 100° C
IEC 751 CLASS A/B STANDARD TOLERANCES
TOLERANCE
TEMP. IN °C
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
CLASS
A
CLASS
B
± °C
±Ω
± °C
±Ω
-200
0.55
0.24
1.3
0.56
-100
0.35
0.14
0.8
0.32
0.0
0.15
0.06
0.3
0.12
100
0.35
0.13
0.8
0.30
200
0.55
0.20
1.3
0.48
300
0.75
0.27
1.8
0.64
400
0.95
0.33
2.3
0.79
500
1.15
0.38
2.8
0.93
600
1.35
0.43
3.3
1.06
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
DESCRIPTION
INSULATION
TYPE
TERMINATION
(COLD SIDE)
TMPRT
SMT RTD
TEFLON PFA
STRIPPED WIRE
BARE ENDS
LENGTH (FT) PART NUMBER
10
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MODEL TMPRT - PIPE PLUG RTD SENSOR
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
z IDEAL FOR USE IN PRESSURE VESSEL APPLICATIONS, 172
BAR (2500 PSI) MAXIMUM
The pipe plug RTD sensor is a unit specially designed for use in pressure
vessel applications. Its 3 wire construction provides connectivity to most hand
held instruments. The unit features a high accuracy 100 Ω Class A DIN platinum
element and steel braided, Teflon PFA insulated wires for the necessary
durability and protection demanded by harsher environments.
z 6 MM (0.24") DIAMETER, SST PROBE
z STEEL BRAIDED, TEFLON PFA INSULATED LEAD WIRES
z HIGH ACCURACY 100 Ω CLASS A DIN PLATINUM ELEMENT
(EUROPEAN CURVE)
z STRAIN RELIEF SPRING
SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
1. WIRE GAGE: 26 AWG, standard limits of error
2. INSULATION: Teflon PFA
3. MAX TEMPERATURE: 230º C (450º F)
4. TERMINATION: Stripped bare wire ends
5. OVERBRAID: Stainless Steel
6. THREADS: ¼" NPT
7. SENSING ELEMENT END DIAMETER: .24" (6mm)
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
DESCRIPTION
CABLE
LENGTH
TERMINATION
(COLD SIDE)
PART NUMBER
TMPRT
PIPE PLUG RTD
SENSOR
6'
STRIPPED BARE
WIRE ENDS
TMPRT002
MODEL TMPCN - RTD PROBE CONNECTORS
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
RTD Mini Connectors are for use with RTD probes. They are miniature size,
and are available in both male and female termination.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
SPECIFICATIONS
MALE
1. CONNECTOR BODY MATERIAL: Glass Filled Nylon, for temperature
ranges of -29 to 220º C.
2. CONNECTOR BODY COLOR: ANSI color coded
3. WIRE GAGE: Accepts stranded or solid wire up to 20 AWG
4. WIRE TERMINATION: Combination Phillips/Slot Screws
5. CONNECTOR ENDS: Copper
FEMALE
0.19 (4.93) WIRE
ACCESS HOLE
0.13 DIA. TYP.
(3.3)
0.23
(5.8)
0.92
(23.4)
G
+
1.06
(26.9)
–
–
0.09
(2.3)
0.31
(7.9)
0.13
(3.3)
0.31
(7.9)
0.50
(12.7)
0.44
(11.2)
0.03
(0.8)
0.31
(7.9)
0.13
(3.3)
+
G
0.31
(7.9)
0.92
(23.4)
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
DESCRIPTION
TMPCN
RTD miniature male
connector
RTD miniature female
connector
TYPE
TERMINATION
PART NUMBER
U
MALE
TMPCNM09
U
FEMALE
TMPCNM10
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Bulletin No. TSW4/6-D
Drawing No. LP0140
Released 2/03
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MODEL TSW - THUMBWHEEL SWITCH ASSEMBLY
!
4 & 6-DIGIT UNITS AVAILABLE
!
“0” OR “1” TRUE LOGIC OUTPUT VERSIONS
!
TERMINAL BLOCK FOR EASY CONNECTIONS
!
DIODE ISOLATION
!
INDIVIDUAL DIGIT COMMONS
!
COMPATIBLE WITH PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS
DESCRIPTION
The Model TSW Thumbwheel Switch Assembly is a modular 4 or 6-digit
panel mounted BCD input switch designed to provide BCD data to
programmable controllers. BCD data lines are diode isolated and have separate
digit commons allowing for multiplexed operation with more than one
Thumbwheel Switch Assembly. All units consist of screw-clamp terminal blocks
with integral PC board labels for wiring ease of all BCD and common lines. In
addition, 16-pin DIP sockets provide for cascading of more than one
Thumbwheel Switch Assembly with the optional DIP plug connector cable
(Model ACA1). This greatly reduces installation time and eliminates miswiring.
All versions are available in either “1” TRUE or “0” TRUE LOGIC (See
Schematics at Right). For “1” True Logic, a voltage “HIGH” is applied to the
Digit Common, and the associated BCD outputs are “HIGH”, ie 4 = 0100. For
“0” True Logic, a voltage “LOW” is applied to Digit Common, and associated
BCD outputs are “LOW”, ie 4 = 1011.
The front bezel of all Thumbwheel Switch Assemblies allows for easy
installation into panel thicknesses of up to 1/4" with the included hardware pack.
MODEL TSW0 (“0” TRUE LOGIC)
SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL TSW1 (“1” TRUE LOGIC)
1. CODE: BCD 1-2-4-8
2. SWITCH POSITIONS: 0 to 9
3. CURRENT: 100 mA @ 28 VDC max.; 0.01 mA min.
4. MECHANICAL LIFE: Greater than 500,000 detent operations per digit
with 10 mA resistive load @ 5 VDC and 25°C.
5. CHARACTER HEIGHT: 0.234"
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
A
B
C
4-DIGIT
6-DIGIT
3.625" (92.08) 5.000" (127)
2.875" (73.03) 4.375" (111.13)
3.250" (82.55) 4.625" (117.48)
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4-DIGIT “4-BIT MULTIPLEXED” CASCADED SYSTEM
4-DIGIT “FULL PARALLEL” CASCADED SYSTEM
6-DIGIT “4-BIT MULTIPLEXED” CASCADED SYSTEM
6-DIGIT “FULL PARALLEL” CASCADED SYSTEM
4 BCD DATA LINES REQUIRED 4-DIGIT STROBE LINE REQ’D PER TSW ASSEMBLY
16 BCD DATA LINES REQUIRED 1 STROBE LINE REQUIRED PER TSW ASSEMBLY
4 BCD DATA LINES REQUIRED 6-DIGIT STROBE LINE REQ’D PER TSW ASSEMBLY
24 BCD DATA LINES REQUIRED 1 STROBE LINE REQUIRED PER TSW ASSEMBLY
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4-DIGIT TERMINAL BLOCK CONFIGURATION
6-DIGIT TERMINAL BLOCK CONFIGURATION
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
TSW1A4
TSW0A4
TSW1A6
TSW0A6
ACA1
DESCRIPTION
4-Digit Thumbwheel Switch, 1
4-Digit Thumbwheel Switch, 0
6-Digit Thumbwheel Switch, 1
6-Digit Thumbwheel Switch, 0
18" DIP Plug Cable Assembly
PART NUMBER
True,
True,
True,
True,
Terminal
Terminal
Terminal
Terminal
Block
Block
Block
Block
TSW1A400
TSW0A400
TSW1A600
TSW0A600
ACA10000
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Bulletin No. PMK5-D
Drawing No. LP0280
Revised 3/08
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MODELS PMK5, PMK7, and PMK7A - PANEL MOUNT ADAPTER KITS
PMK5 - 1/4 DIN TO 1/8 DIN ADAPTER
This panel mount adapter kit is used to mount 1/8 DIN instruments, vertically or horizontally into an existing 1/4 DIN panel cut-out. The kit includes two durable
steel mounting plates painted black and a neoprene gasket. The Adapter Kit, when used with a unit which has NEMA 4/IP65 specifications, will meet NEMA 4/IP65
requirements when properly installed. Red Lion Controls 1/8 DIN products include Temperature and Process Control Units (Models TCU, TSC, PCU, and PSC), and
PAX Series.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
ADAPTER PLATE
MOUNTING PLATE
INSTALLATION
TYPICAL VERTICAL MOUNT INSTALLATION
1. Remove the paper backing from the
adhesive side of the adapter gasket
(included with adapter kit) and
carefully apply the gasket to the front
of the existing panel cut-out.
2. Apply the panel gasket (provided with
the unit) to one side of the mounting
plate. Slide the mounting plate over
the unit with the gasket facing the
Bezel of the unit.
3. Insert the unit with mounting plate
into the panel cut-out from the front.
Slide the adapter plate over the rear of
the unit. The protrusion on the adapter
plate is designed to fit into the
existing 1/4 DIN panel cut-out to
properly position the unit.
4. Refer to the installation section of the
manual, supplied with the instrument,
to complete the installation.
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
PMK5
Panel Mount Adapter Kit (1/4 DIN TO 1/8 DIN)
PMK50000
PMK7
Panel Mount Adapter Kit (1/4 DIN TO 1/16 DIN)
PMK70000
Panel Mount Adapter Kit (1/4 DIN TO CUB)
PMK7A000
PMK7A
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PMK7 - 1/4 DIN TO 1/16 DIN ADAPTER
This panel mount adapter kit is used to mount 1/16 DIN instruments, into an existing 1/4 DIN panel cut-out. The kit includes two durable steel mounting plates
painted black and a neoprene gasket. The Adapter Kit, when used with a unit which has NEMA 4/IP65 specifications, will meet NEMA 4/IP65 requirements when
properly installed. Red Lion Controls 1/16 DIN products include Temperature and Process Control Units (Models T48, T16, P48, and P16), and Model C48
Counters and Timers.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
MOUNTING PLATE
ADAPTER PLATE
INSTALLATION
TYPICAL INSTALLATION
1. Remove the paper backing from the
adhesive side of the adapter gasket
(included with adapter kit) and
carefully apply the gasket to the front
of the existing panel cut-out.
2. Apply the panel gasket (provided with
the unit) to one side of the mounting
plate. Slide the mounting plate over
the unit with the gasket facing the
Bezel of the unit.
3. Insert the unit with mounting plate
into the panel cut-out from the front.
Slide the adapter plate over the rear of
the unit. The protrusion on the adapter
plate is designed to fit into the
existing 1/4 DIN panel cut-out to
properly position the unit.
4. Refer to the installation section of the
manual, supplied with the instrument,
to complete the installation.
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PMK7A - 1/4 DIN TO CUB ADAPTER
This panel mount adapter kit is used to mount CUB4, CUB5, DT8 and DT9 instruments, into an existing 1/4 DIN panel cut-out. The kit includes two durable steel
mounting plates painted black and a neoprene gasket. The Adapter Kit, when used with a unit which has NEMA 4/IP65 specifications, will meet NEMA 4/IP65
requirements when properly installed.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
MOUNTING PLATE
ADAPTER PLATE
INSTALLATION
TYPICAL INSTALLATION
1. Remove the paper backing from the
adhesive side of the adapter gasket
(included with adapter kit) and
carefully apply the gasket to the front
of the existing panel cut-out.
2. Apply the panel gasket (provided with
the unit) to one side of the mounting
plate. Slide the mounting plate over
the unit with the gasket facing the
Bezel of the unit.
3. Insert the unit with mounting plate
into the panel cut-out from the front.
Slide the adapter plate over the rear of
the unit. The protrusion on the adapter
plate is designed to fit into the
existing 1/4 DIN panel cut-out to
properly position the unit.
4. Refer to the installation section of the
manual, supplied with the instrument,
to complete the installation.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
The Company warrants the products it manufactures against defects in materials and workmanship
for a period limited to two years from the date of shipment, provided the products have been stored,
handled, installed, and used under proper conditions. The Company’s liability under this limited
warranty shall extend only to the repair or replacement of a defective product, at The Company’s
option. The Company disclaims all liability for any affirmation, promise or representation with
respect to the products.
The customer agrees to hold Red Lion Controls harmless from, defend, and indemnify RLC against
damages, claims, and expenses arising out of subsequent sales of RLC products or products
containing components manufactured by RLC and based upon personal injuries, deaths, property
damage, lost profits, and other matters which Buyer, its employees, or sub-contractors are or may be
to any extent liable, including without limitation penalties imposed by the Consumer Product Safety
Act (P.L. 92-573) and liability imposed upon any person pursuant to the Magnuson-Moss Warranty
Act (P.L. 93-637), as now in effect or as amended hereafter.
No warranties expressed or implied are created with respect to The Company’s products except those
expressly contained herein. The Customer acknowledges the disclaimers and limitations contained
herein and relies on no other warranties or affirmations.
Red Lion Controls AP
Red Lion Controls
20 Willow Springs Circle
Red Lion Controls BV
Printerweg 10
Unit 101, XinAn Plaza
Building 13, No.99 Tianzhou Road
York PA 17406
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Bulletin No. PMK5-B
Drawing No. LP0280
Revised 6/06
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MODELS PMK5 and PMK7 - PANEL MOUNT ADAPTER KITS
The PMK5 panel mount adapter kit is used to mount 1/8 DIN instruments,
vertically or horizontally into an existing 1/4 DIN panel cut-out. The kit
includes two durable steel mounting plates painted black and a neoprene gasket.
The Adapter Kit, when used with a unit which has NEMA 4/IP65 specifications,
will meet NEMA 4/IP65 requirements when properly installed. Red Lion
Controls 1/8 DIN products include Temperature and Process Control Units
(Models TCU, TSC, PCU, and PSC), PAX Series, Intelligent Meter (IM) series,
and the Apollo (APL) series units.
The PMK7 panel mount adapter kit is used to mount 1/16 DIN instruments,
into an existing 1/4 DIN panel cut-out. The kit includes two durable steel
mounting plates painted black and a neoprene gasket. The Adapter Kit, when
used with a unit which has NEMA 4/IP65 specifications, will meet NEMA
4/IP65 requirements when properly installed. Red Lion Controls 1/16 DIN
products include Temperature and Process Control Units (Models T48, T16,
P48, and P16), and Model C48 Counters and Timers.
PMK5 DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
PMK7 DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
MOUNTING PLATE
MOUNTING PLATE
ADAPTER PLATE
ADAPTER PLATE
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
PMK5
Panel Mount Adapter Kit (1/4 DIN TO 1/8 DIN)
PMK50000
PMK7
Panel Mount Adapter Kit (1/4 DIN TO 1/16 DIN)
PMK70000
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PMK5 INSTALLATION
TYPICAL VERTICAL MOUNT INSTALLATION
1. Remove the paper backing from the
adhesive side of the adapter gasket
(included with adapter kit) and
carefully apply the gasket to the front
of the existing panel cut-out.
2. Apply the panel gasket (provided with
the unit) to one side of the mounting
plate. Slide the mounting plate over
the unit with the gasket facing the
Bezel of the unit.
3. Insert the unit with mounting plate
into the panel cut-out from the front.
Slide the adapter plate over the rear of
the unit. The protrusion on the adapter
plate is designed to fit into the
existing 1/4 DIN panel cut-out to
properly position the unit.
4. Refer to the installation section of the
manual, supplied with the instrument,
to complete the installation.
PMK7 INSTALLATION
TYPICAL INSTALLATION
1. Remove the paper backing from the
adhesive side of the adapter gasket
(included with adapter kit) and
carefully apply the gasket to the front
of the existing panel cut-out.
2. Apply the panel gasket (provided with
the unit) to one side of the mounting
plate. Slide the mounting plate over
the unit with the gasket facing the
Bezel of the unit.
3. Insert the unit with mounting plate
into the panel cut-out from the front.
Slide the adapter plate over the rear of
the unit. The protrusion on the adapter
plate is designed to fit into the
existing 1/4 DIN panel cut-out to
properly position the unit.
4. Refer to the installation section of the
manual, supplied with the instrument,
to complete the installation.
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Red Lion Controls
20 Willow Springs Circle
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Bulletin No. ENC5/6-D
Drawing No. LP0143
Released 8/05
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NEMA 4/IP65 ENCLOSURES
z RUGGED STEEL CONSTRUCTION
z COMPLETELY SEALED FOR WASH-DOWN
z VERSATILE MOUNTING OPTIONS FOR MACHINE OR DESK-TOP
DESCRIPTION
This series of enclosures is designed for applications requiring a water
resistant instrument enclosure. These rugged enclosures are fabricated of
formed steel with all seams welded to withstand NEMA 4/IP65 wash-down
applications. The kits are coated with a durable flat black polyurethane finish.
Electrical connections to the enclosed instrument are easily made through a
removable access panel at the rear of the enclosure. The panel can be drilled to
accept conduit fittings or other types of wiring connectors.
The enclosures can be mounted free-standing or securely fastened to a
mounting surface with brackets which are provided with each enclosure. The
brackets also allow the enclosures to be raised and/or tilted from the mounting
surface in order to achieve the most favorable operating position. Self-stick
rubber pads are provided which can be applied to the bottom of the enclosure.
These rubber pads will protect the mounting surface and are particularly useful
for free-standing installations.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
DESCRIPTION
A
B
C
Legend & Libra Series
NEMA 4 Enclosure
3.50"
(88.9)
4.75"
(120.6)
7.00"
(177.8)
Apollo & IM Series
NEMA 4 Enclosure
3.00"
(76.2)
4.75"
(120.6)
8.00"
(203.2)
Legend & Libra Series NEMA 4/IP65 Enclosure
ENC40000
Gemini Series
NEMA 4 Enclosure
3.50"
(88.9)
6.00"
(152.4)
8.00"
(203.2)
Apollo & IM Series NEMA 4/IP65 Enclosure
ENC50000
Gemini Series NEMA 4/IP65 Enclosure
ENC60000
ORDERING INFORMATION
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
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Installation
The RLC ASTRO LINE products (GEMINI, LIBRA, APOLLO) have side
openings in the case for panel mounting latches, special latches are supplied
with each enclosure to engage the latch openings and securely retain the
instrument. The installation procedure is as follows:
1. Verify that the enclosure brackets are installed into the enclosure with the
bracket screws backed out more than half way from the brackets but keeping
the screw head flush against the enclosure rear.
2. Slide the panel gasket over the rear of the unit until it is against the back of
the bezel.
3. Hold the unit on its side so that a side bracket opening is facing up and insert
the unit into the enclosure front opening.
4. The bracket hook should fall into the unit bracket opening. Keeping the meter
and enclosure on their side, turn the bracket screw tight.
5. Flip the meter and enclosure to the other side.
6. The other bracket hook should fall into the unit bracket opening. Keeping the
meter and enclosure on their side, turn the other bracket screw tight.
7. Verify that both screws are tight enough so that the front panel gasket is
compressed to at least 50% of it original thickness.
8. Install any connectors or conduit fittings to the rear access panel. Make the
desired wiring connections to the enclosed unit.
9. Install the rear panel gasket with the adhesive side against the enclosure and
the screw clearance holes aligned with the threaded holes in the enclosure.
10. After all electrical connections have been made, attach the rear access panel
to the rear of the enclosure with the four screws and washers provided.
Installation
Mounting Bracket Installation
Mounting Options
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Bulletin No. ENC/LDD-B
Drawing No. LP0216
Revised 9/00
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NEMA 4/IP65 LARGE DISPLAY ENCLOSURE & SHROUD FOR LARGE DISPLAY
!
FOR LDD AND LMC MODELS
!
RUGGED STEEL CONSTRUCTION
!
COMPLETELY SEALED FOR WASH-DOWN
!
MOUNTING CHANNELS FOR VERSATILE INSTALLATION
DESCRIPTION
The NEMA 4/IP65 Large Display Enclosure is designed to protect the Large
Display (Model LDD and LMC) from dust and hose directed water, when
properly installed. This rugged all steel unit utilizes welded seams and neoprene
gaskets to meet NEMA 4/IP65 requirements. A textured, polyurethane coating
protects against corrosion and is scratch resistant. Figure 1 below shows the
overall dimensions of the Enclosure. The Display Enclosure with Mounting
Channels weighs 13.5 pounds (6 Kg).
Picture includes the LDD, Nema Enclosure, and Shroud
DIMENSIONS
MOUNTING
Provided with the enclosure are two ¼-20 UNC x 1"
hex bolts, two ¼-20 UNC “strut nuts”, and two ¼"
washers. The “strut nuts” can be installed anywhere in the
channel by inserting them, spring side down, into the
channels, then rotating them 90 degrees clockwise until
the notches engage with the lips of the channel. The bolts
and washers provided allow mounting to surfaces ¼" to
½" thick (6.4 to 12.7 mm). Use longer bolts for mounting
to thicker surfaces. Bolts fabricated from materials other
than steel are not recommended.
* Housing Only
** Overall Including Screwheads
Figure 1
Figure 3
TYPICAL INSTALLATIONS FOR NEMA 4/IP65 ENCLOSURE
Removing the rear panel of the enclosure allows access
to the Large Display for service. Either the rear panel or
housing may be drilled to accept sealed conduit fittings,
liquid-tight cable fittings or other types of wiring
connectors. The enclosure may be attached to horizontal
surfaces located above or below it, using the mounting
channels provided.
BASEMOUNT WITH WATERTIGHT CABLE
CONNECTOR ENTERING THROUGH
REAR PANEL.
SUSPENDED FROM CONDUIT
WITH SEALED FITTINGS.
(SHOWN WITH SHROUD).
BEAM MOUNT WITH SEALED CONDUIT
ENTERING FROM RIGHT SIDE.
Figure 2
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ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
1. Install the two mounting channels on the enclosure housing using the four
#8-32 screws provided and then insert the strut nuts (provided).
2. If the wiring is to be routed through the housing, make sure that the
mounting channels are oriented properly before drilling, so the Large
Display will be readable. Wiring is generally brought into the right side of
the housing or rear panel, closest to the terminals of the personality board.
Drill the proper size hole in the housing or rear panel for the wiring
connector or sealed conduit fitting and attach the fitting(s)
3. Before installing the Large Display into the housing, be sure that the
mounting channels are oriented properly for the type of installation planned.
Place the gasket that is supplied with the Large Display over the studs
extending from the front panel of the display.
4. Place the Large Display with gasket through the holes in the housing as
shown at right. Working back and forth across the stud pattern, install the
#10-32 kep nuts supplied with the Large Display on the studs. Tighten
firmly.
5. Mount the housing, using the strut nuts and steel ¼-20 UNC bolts and
washers, as shown in figure 3.
6. Connect the wires to the Large Display per the instructions included with the
personality board.
7. Remove the center section of the rear panel gasket. Apply the gasket to the
rear panel of the enclosure by inserting the #8-32 screws through the panel
and into the holes in the gasket. Position the panel on the housing, start all
of the screws, then firmly tighten them in a pattern working back and forth
across the rear panel.
* Supplied with large display.
Figure 4
DIMENSIONS FOR THE LARGE DISPLAY SHROUD
The optional Large Display Shroud enhances the readability of Large
Displays that are installed in areas with high intensity overhead light sources.
The Shroud can be used with the Large Display in any installation, (panel
mount, NEMA 4/IP65 Enclosure, or Universal Mounting Bracket). When
properly assembled, the Shroud will not affect the integrity of a NEMA 4/IP65
installation. The Shroud weighs 1.5 pounds (0.7 Kg).
Figure 5
SHROUD INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
Installing The Shroud On A Large Display With Optional Installing The Shroud On A Large Display In A NEMA 4/IP65
Enclosure Or Panel
Universal Mounting Brackets (P/N MB600000)
1. Orient the shroud as shown in figure 6, and place it over the Large Display.
The studs of the display should now be protruding through the rear of the
shroud.
2. Configure the Universal Mounting Brackets for the intended mounting per the
bracket literature (Bulletin LD/MB6). The gaskets supplied with the Large
Display and Shroud are not needed with universal mounting brackets.
3. Locate the mounting brackets on the proper sets of studs per the bracket
literature, using the #10-32 kep nuts provided with the Large Display.
4. Place the remaining nuts on the remaining studs. Tighten all of the nuts
firmly.
* Supplied with large display.
Standard installation with
universal mounting brackets
(no gasket necessary).
1. Place a gasket over the studs extending from the rear of the front panel of the
Large Display.
2. Orient the shroud as shown in Figure 7, and place it over the display. The studs
of the display should now be protruding through the rear of the shroud.
3. Place the other gasket over the studs.
4. Install the unit into the panel or enclosure using the #10-32 kep nuts that are
supplied with the Large Display. Tighten the nuts firmly.
Nema 4/IP65 Shroud Installation
* Supplied with large display.
Figure 6
Figure 7
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
ENC7
LDD & LMC NEMA 4/IP65 Enclosure
ENC70000
SHR
Large Display Shroud
SHR10000
Mounting Brackets
MB600000
MB6 *
* Mounting brackets are for use with display and/or the shroud, will not function with ENC7 enclosures.
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Bulletin No. ENC5A-A
Drawing No. LP0490
Released 8/03
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NEMA 4/IP65 PAX SERIES/SHORT APOLLO LINE ENCLOSURE
DESCRIPTION
This enclosure is designed for applications requiring a water resistant
instrument enclosure. The enclosure is fabricated of formed steel with all
seams welded to withstand NEMA 4/IP65 wash-down applications. The
kit is coated with a durable flat black polyurethane finish.
Electrical connections to the enclosed instrument are easily made
through a removable access panel at the rear of the enclosure. The panel
must be drilled to accept conduit fittings or other types of wiring
connectors.
The enclosure can be used free-standing or securely fastened to a
mounting surface with brackets which are provided with each enclosure.
The brackets also allow the enclosure to be raised and/or tilted from the
mounting surface in order to achieve the most favorable operating
position. Self-stick rubber pads are provided which can be applied to the
bottom of the enclosure. These rubber pads will protect the mounting
surface and are particularly useful for free-standing installations.
!
RUGGED STEEL CONSTRUCTION
!
COMPLETELY SEALED FOR WASH-DOWN
!
VERSATILE MOUNTING OPTIONS FOR MACHINE OR DESK-TOP
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO. DESCRIPTION
ENC5A
NEMA 4 Enclosure for PAX & Short Apollo
PART NUMBER
ENC5A000
INSTALLATION
1. Mark the location on the rear panel for your wire connector or conduit fitting, and
drill the necessary hole. Connect your wire connector or fitting to the rear panel.
2. Remove the center sections of the front and rear panel gaskets. These centers
contain the optional foam rubber feet for the enclosure.
3. Apply the adhesive side of the panel gasket to the front and rear
openings of the enclosure. DO NOT APPLY THE ADHESIVE
SIDE OF THE GASKET TO THE FRONT OR REAR
PANELS.
4. Install the unit to the front panel according to the standard
panel installation instructions found in the product literature.
5. Route the wires to be connected to the unit from the conduit
fitting through the rear of the enclosure and out the front.
6. Connect the necessary wires to the unit for the application
desired.
7. Attach the front and rear panels to the enclosure with
the screws and washers provided. Alternately tighten
each screw to ensure uniform gasket compression.
Visually inspect the sponge rubber gasket. The gasket
should be compressed to about 75 to 80% of its
original thickness.
8. For a free-standing enclosure, apply the self-stick
foam rubber pads to the features on the bottom of the
enclosure to protect the mounting surface.
9. To securely mount the enclosure, attach the adjustable
mounting brackets to the enclosure using the washers and
bolts provided. Secure the mounting brackets to the desired
mounting location. The mounting screws to attach the brackets to your
surface are not provided due to the variety of installation options available.
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Drawing No. LP0490
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NEMA 4 PAX SERIES ENCLOSURES
ENC5B & ENC5C - PLASTIC ENCLOSURES
O
RUGGED POLYCARBONATE CONSTRUCTION
O
COMPLETELY SEALED FOR NEMA 4X/IP65 WASH-DOWN
O
EASY MOUNTING OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
These enclosures are designed for applications requiring a water resistant
instrument enclosure. The ENC5B and ENC5C enclosures are fabricated of
polycarbonate and are designed to withstand NEMA 4X/IP65 wash-down
applications. The enclosures must be drilled to accept conduit fittings or other
types of wiring connectors. The enclosures can be used free-standing, or
securely fastened to a mounting surface. The enclosures are precut for either
one or two meters. When properly installed, the meter and the enclosure can
withstand NEMA 4X wash-down applications.
Electrical connections to the enclosed instrument are easily made by drilling
the desired location on the back or side of the enclosure. Select the proper drill
size to accommodate the conduit fitting or other wire connector. To maintain the
enclosure NEMA 4X rating, sealed connectors must be used. Also enclosed are
wall fastening lugs. which can be used to easy mount the enclosure to a wall.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
ENC5B
NEMA 4X/IP65 Enclosure for One PAX Meter
ENC5B000
ENC5C
NEMA 4X/IP65 Enclosure for Two PAX Meters
ENC5C000
For More information on Pricing, Enclosures & Panel Mount Kits, refer to the
RLC Catalog or contact your local RLC Distributor.
ENC5B AND ENC5C INSTALLATION
It is recommended to wire the unit before mounting it in the enclosure to ensure good electrical connections.
The following steps outline the most common sequence for installing a unit.
1. Determine the location of the conduit fitting and drill the necessary hole. Install the fitting and bring the wiring
into the enclosure.
2. Slide the panel gasket over the rear of the unit to the back of the bezel.
3. Install the unit through the opening in the front of the lid until the bezel flange contacts the panel.
4. Slide the mounting clip over the rear of the unit until the mounting clip is against the inside of the enclosure.
The mounting clip has latching features which engage into mating features on the unit’s housing.
Note: It is necessary to hold the unit in place when sliding the mounting clip into position.
5. While holding the unit in place, push the panel latch over the
rear of the unit so that the tabs of the panel latch engage in
the slots on the case. The panel latch should be engaged in
the farthest forward slot possible. To achieve a proper seal,
tighten the latch screws evenly until the unit is snug in the
panel (Torque to approximately 7 in-lbs [79 N-cm]). Do
not over-tighten the screws.
6. If the gasket is not adequately compressed, and
the mounting screws can no longer be turned,
loosen the mounting screws and check that the
mounting clip is latched as close as possible to the
inside of enclosure. Repeat the procedure for
tightening the screws.
7. Connect the necessary wires to the unit for the
application desired.
8. Assemble the enclosure with the screws provided.
Alternately tighten each screw to ensure uniform
gasket pressure.
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ENC5A - STEEL ENCLOSURE
DESCRIPTION
The ENC5A enclosure is fabricated of formed steel with all seams
welded to withstand NEMA 4/IP65 wash-down applications. The kit is
coated with a durable flat black polyurethane finish.
Electrical connections to the enclosed instrument are easily made
through a removable access panel at the rear of the enclosure. The panel
must be drilled to accept conduit fittings or other types of wiring
connectors.
The enclosure can be used free-standing or securely fastened to a
mounting surface with brackets which are provided with each enclosure.
The brackets also allow the enclosure to be raised and/or tilted from the
mounting surface in order to achieve the most favorable operating
position. Self-stick rubber pads are provided which can be applied to the
bottom of the enclosure. These rubber pads will protect the mounting
surface and are particularly useful for free-standing installations.
O
RUGGED STEEL CONSTRUCTION
O
COMPLETELY SEALED FOR NEMA 4/IP65 WASH-DOWN
O
VERSATILE MOUNTING OPTIONS FOR MACHINE OR DESKTOP
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
ENC5A
DESCRIPTION
NEMA 4/IP65 Enclosure for PAX & Short Apollo
PART NUMBER
ENC5A000
For More information on Pricing, Enclosures & Panel Mount Kits, refer to the
RLC Catalog or contact your local RLC Distributor.
ENC5A INSTALLATION
1. Mark the location on the rear panel for your wire connector or conduit fitting, and drill the
necessary hole. Connect your wire connector or fitting to the rear panel.
2. Remove the center sections of the front and rear panel gaskets. These centers contain
the optional foam rubber feet for the enclosure.
3. Apply the adhesive side of the panel gasket to the front and rear openings of the
enclosure. DO NOT APPLY THE ADHESIVE SIDE OF THE GASKET TO
THE FRONT OR REAR PANELS.
4. Install the unit to the front panel according to the standard panel
installation instructions found in the product literature.
5. Route the wires to be connected to the unit from the conduit fitting
through the rear of the enclosure and out the front.
6. Connect the necessary wires to the unit for the application desired.
7. Attach the front and rear panels to the enclosure with the screws
and washers provided. Alternately tighten each screw to ensure
uniform gasket compression. Visually inspect the sponge rubber
gasket. The gasket should be compressed to about 75 to 80% of
its original thickness.
8. For a free-standing enclosure, apply the self-stick foam
rubber pads to the features on the bottom of the enclosure
to protect the mounting surface.
9. To securely mount the enclosure, attach the adjustable
mounting brackets to the enclosure using the washers and
bolts provided. Secure the mounting brackets to the desired
mounting location. The mounting screws to attach the
brackets to your surface are not provided due to the variety
of installation options available.
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Bulletin No. PMK-A
Drawing No. LP0006
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INSTALLATION FOR PANEL MOUNT KITS
Three panel mount kits for CUB1 and two panel mount kits for CUB2 are
available to replace most existing miniature counters on the market today. Most
kits come complete with adapter plates, mounting hardware, and gaskets to
provide a complete sealed unit after installation. PMK2A is not sealed because
of the key lock feature.
PMK1
This panel mount kit adapts the CUB1 to an oversized 1" X 2" (25 X 50 mm)
panel cut-out. The kit consists of two metal panel adapters and one neoprene
gasket. The adapter plates and gasket are pinched between the front bezel of the
counter and the mounting clips (provided with the CUB in the accessory bag).
INSTALLATION
Note: If room permits, install signal connector after counter is mounted. If there
is not enough room, pull the wires through before installing as described below:
1. Pull signal connector through the following items in order:
A. One panel adapter plate.
B. Through existing panel opening.
2. Slide the following items on the counter.
A. Panel gasket
B. Adapter plate
C. Adapter gasket
3. Install connector into CUB1. Ensure connector is in proper orientation, i.e.
lockslots toward left side of case seen from rear of counter.
4. Slide counter through panel cut-out from the front, allowing the counter to
center in the panel opening.
5. Install mounting clips (one on either side) with the screws provided. Tighten
the screws moderately to “pinch” the gaskets and panels between the front
bezel and the mounting clips. (Mounting clips and screws are provided in
accessory bag.)
FIGURE 1
MOUNTING
The mounting procedure for the remaining panels are identical and therefore
procedures are described only once. Figure 2 shows a typical exploded view of
individual parts and their placement. CUB2 is shown, however, installation is
identical for CUB1.
For Mounting, proceed as follows:
1. Slide panel gasket over back of counter. (Gasket is supplied in accessory bag
with counter.)
2. Slide counter onto adapter plate.
3. Slide adapter gasket onto counter.
4. Attach counter to adapter plate with two mounting clips and screws. (Both
mounting clips and screws are supplied in accessory bag with counter.)
5. Pull connector plug through existing panel opening and install in counter. (See
CUB1 and 2 Bulletin.)
6. Place complete assembly over existing cut-out lining up the adapter plate
mounting holes with existing holes.
7. Use either two or four mounting screws and nuts provided with Panel Adapter
Kit to secure panel to existing cut-out. (Two screws and nuts are provided
with PMK1A and PMK1B; four are provided with PMK2A and PMK2B.)
FIGURE 2
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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PMK2A
Panel Adapter Kit PMK2A is a panel to accommodate CUB2 and provides a
key switch to enable or disable the reset function. Installation for the counter is
identical (See reverse.) Two methods for wiring are provided below to enable or
disable the reset.
5. Twist yellow wire from key switch together with yellow wire from CUB with
wire nut provided in accessory bag with CUB.
6. Mount adapter plate into existing panel cut-out.
METHOD B
This method can be used to directly reset the counter with the key itself. With
the key in the OPERATE position, the counter will continue to accumulate
counts. In the RESET MODE position, the counter will reset to zero and remain
there until the key is moved to the OPERATE position.
METHOD A:
YELLOW TO YELLOW
Note: Do not leave key in RESET MODE position for long periods of time, as
this will drain the batteries at a faster than specified rate.
METHOD B:
YELLOW TO BLUE
HOOKUP
1. Install counter on adapter plate as described under Mounting. (See reverse.)
FIGURE 3
2. Push black and yellow wires with wire lugs (provided with panel kit) on key
switch terminals.
METHOD A
This method provides a means of disabling the front panel reset by means of
a key switch. When the key is in the OPERATE position the counter will
operate, but the front panel reset button is inoperative. When the key is in the
RESET MODE position, the counter continues to operate, but the front panel
reset button can be used to reset the counter.
3. Ensure black wire from CUB is in COMMON location.
4. Remove yellow wire from plug. (See CUB1 and 2 Bulletin.)
5. Insert blue wire (supplied with CUB in accessory bag) in REMOTE RESET
location.
6. Twist black wire from key switch together with black wire from CUB with
wire nut provided in accessory bag with the CUB.
HOOKUP
1. Install counter on plate as described under Mounting. (See reverse.)
2. Push black and yellow wire-lugs (provided with panel kit) on key switch
terminals.
3. Ensure black wire from CUB is in COMMON location and yellow wire from
CUB is in RESET ENABLE location.
4. Twist black wire from key switch together with black wire from CUB with
wire nut provided in accessory bag with CUB.
7. Twist yellow wire from key switch together with blue wire from CUB with
wire nut provided in accessory bag with the CUB.
8. Mount adapter plate into existing panel cut-out.
Note: Because of the key feature, this panel does not provide a sealed enclosure,
however, the CUB itself will be sealed.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
PMK 1
REPLACES
VEEDER ROOT: 7991 & 7998
DURANT: Series 3000 & 3100
IVO: F129, F514, F518, F524 & F544
SODECO: RG Series
PMK 2A
REPLACES
VEEDER ROOT: 1205, 1981, 7443,
7995 & 7997
DURANT: Miniature Electric Series
Y-RMF, Y-MF, YE & 54000
PMK 1A
REPLACES
VEEDER ROOT: 7440
DURANT: Miniature Electric Series
4Y & 6Y, 3000 & 3200
HECON: G0402, G0404 & G0414
IVO: F104, F109, F504 & F574
PMK 1B
REPLACES
VEEDER ROOT: 7437 & 7438
PMK 2B
REPLACES
VEEDER ROOT: 1205, 1981, 7443 & 7995
DURANT: Miniature Electric Series
Y-RMF, Y-MF, YE, 3200 & 54000
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Drawing No. LP0481
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PANEL MOUNT ADAPTER KIT - 1/8 DIN TO 1/16 DIN
The panel mount adapter kit is used to mount 1/16 DIN instruments into
existing vertical or horizontal 1/8 DIN panel cut-outs. The kit includes two
black painted durable steel mounting plates and a sponge rubber gasket. The
Adapter Kit, when used with a unit which has NEMA 4/IP65 specifications,
will meet NEMA 4/IP65 requirements when properly installed. Red Lion
Controls 1/16 DIN products include Temperature and Process Control Units
(Models T48, and P48), and the C48 units.
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
PMK6
DESCRIPTION
Panel Mount Adapter Kit (1/8 DIN to 1/16 DIN)
PART NUMBER
PMK60000
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
MOUNTING PLATE
ADAPTER PLATE
INSTALLATION
TYPICAL VERTICAL MOUNT INSTALLATION
1. Remove the paper backing from the adhesive side of the
adapter gasket (included with adapter kit) and
carefully apply the gasket to the front of the existing
panel cut-out.
2. Carefully remove the center section of the
panel gasket (provided with the unit) and
discard. Slide the panel gasket over the
rear of the unit to the back of the
bezel.
3. Slide the mounting plate
over the rear of the unit
to the back of the unit bezel.
4. Insert the unit with
mounting plate into the
panel cut-out from the front.
Slide the adapter plate over
the rear of the unit. The
protrusion on the adapter
plate is designed to fit into
the existing 1/8 DIN
panel cut-out to properly
position the unit.
5. Refer to the installation
section of the manual,
supplied with the unit, to
complete the installation.
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PANEL MOUNT ADAPTER KIT - 1/8 DIN TO CUB5
The panel mount adapter kit is used to mount CUB5 units into existing 1/8
DIN panel cut-outs. The kit includes two black painted durable steel mounting
plates and a sponge rubber gasket. The Adapter Kit, when used with a unit
which has NEMA 4/IP65 specifications, will meet NEMA 4/IP65 requirements
when properly installed. Red Lion Controls CUB5 products include Counters,
Timers, Temperature, Process and Rate units.
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
PMK6A
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Panel Mount Adapter Kit (1/8 DIN to CUB5)
PMK6A000
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
MOUNTING PLATE
ADAPTER PLATE
INSTALLATION
TYPICAL HORIZONTAL MOUNT INSTALLATION
1. Remove the paper backing from the adhesive side of the
adapter gasket (included with adapter kit) and carefully
apply the gasket to the front of the existing panel cutout.
2. Carefully remove the center section of the panel
gasket (provided with the unit) and discard.
Slide the panel gasket over the rear of the
unit to the back of the bezel.
3. Slide the mounting plate over the
rear of the unit to the back of the
unit bezel.
4. Insert the unit with mounting plate
into the panel cut-out from the
front. Slide the adapter plate over
the rear of the unit. The
protrusion on the adapter plate is
designed to fit into the existing
1/8 DIN panel cut-out to properly
position the unit.
5. Refer to the installation section of
the manual, supplied with the unit,
to complete the installation.
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INSTALLATION FOR PANEL MOUNT KITS
Three panel mount kits for CUB1 and two panel mount kits for CUB2 are
available to replace most existing miniature counters on the market today. Most
kits come complete with adapter plates, mounting hardware, and gaskets to
provide a complete sealed unit after installation. PMK2A is not sealed because
of the key lock feature.
PMK1
This panel mount kit adapts the CUB1 to an oversized 1" X 2" (25 X 50 mm)
panel cut-out. The kit consists of two metal panel adapters and one neoprene
gasket. The adapter plates and gasket are pinched between the front bezel of the
counter and the mounting clips (provided with the CUB in the accessory bag).
INSTALLATION
Note: If room permits, install signal connector after counter is mounted. If there
is not enough room, pull the wires through before installing as described below:
1. Pull signal connector through the following items in order:
A. One panel adapter plate.
B. Through existing panel opening.
2. Slide the following items on the counter.
A. Panel gasket
B. Adapter plate
C. Adapter gasket
3. Install connector into CUB1. Ensure connector is in proper orientation, i.e.
lockslots toward left side of case seen from rear of counter.
4. Slide counter through panel cut-out from the front, allowing the counter to
center in the panel opening.
5. Install mounting clips (one on either side) with the screws provided. Tighten
the screws moderately to “pinch” the gaskets and panels between the front
bezel and the mounting clips. (Mounting clips and screws are provided in
accessory bag.)
FIGURE 1
MOUNTING
The mounting procedure for the remaining panels are identical and therefore
procedures are described only once. Figure 2 shows a typical exploded view of
individual parts and their placement. CUB2 is shown, however, installation is
identical for CUB1.
For Mounting, proceed as follows:
1. Slide panel gasket over back of counter. (Gasket is supplied in accessory bag
with counter.)
2. Slide counter onto adapter plate.
3. Slide adapter gasket onto counter.
4. Attach counter to adapter plate with two mounting clips and screws. (Both
mounting clips and screws are supplied in accessory bag with counter.)
5. Pull connector plug through existing panel opening and install in counter. (See
CUB1 and 2 Bulletin.)
6. Place complete assembly over existing cut-out lining up the adapter plate
mounting holes with existing holes.
7. Use either two or four mounting screws and nuts provided with Panel Adapter
Kit to secure panel to existing cut-out. (Two screws and nuts are provided
with PMK1A and PMK1B; four are provided with PMK2A and PMK2B.)
FIGURE 2
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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PMK2A
Panel Adapter Kit PMK2A is a panel to accommodate CUB2 and provides a
key switch to enable or disable the reset function. Installation for the counter is
identical (See reverse.) Two methods for wiring are provided below to enable or
disable the reset.
5. Twist yellow wire from key switch together with yellow wire from CUB with
wire nut provided in accessory bag with CUB.
6. Mount adapter plate into existing panel cut-out.
METHOD B
This method can be used to directly reset the counter with the key itself. With
the key in the OPERATE position, the counter will continue to accumulate
counts. In the RESET MODE position, the counter will reset to zero and remain
there until the key is moved to the OPERATE position.
METHOD A:
YELLOW TO YELLOW
Note: Do not leave key in RESET MODE position for long periods of time, as
this will drain the batteries at a faster than specified rate.
METHOD B:
YELLOW TO BLUE
HOOKUP
1. Install counter on adapter plate as described under Mounting. (See reverse.)
FIGURE 3
2. Push black and yellow wires with wire lugs (provided with panel kit) on key
switch terminals.
METHOD A
This method provides a means of disabling the front panel reset by means of
a key switch. When the key is in the OPERATE position the counter will
operate, but the front panel reset button is inoperative. When the key is in the
RESET MODE position, the counter continues to operate, but the front panel
reset button can be used to reset the counter.
3. Ensure black wire from CUB is in COMMON location.
4. Remove yellow wire from plug. (See CUB1 and 2 Bulletin.)
5. Insert blue wire (supplied with CUB in accessory bag) in REMOTE RESET
location.
6. Twist black wire from key switch together with black wire from CUB with
wire nut provided in accessory bag with the CUB.
HOOKUP
1. Install counter on plate as described under Mounting. (See reverse.)
2. Push black and yellow wire-lugs (provided with panel kit) on key switch
terminals.
3. Ensure black wire from CUB is in COMMON location and yellow wire from
CUB is in RESET ENABLE location.
4. Twist black wire from key switch together with black wire from CUB with
wire nut provided in accessory bag with CUB.
7. Twist yellow wire from key switch together with blue wire from CUB with
wire nut provided in accessory bag with the CUB.
8. Mount adapter plate into existing panel cut-out.
Note: Because of the key feature, this panel does not provide a sealed enclosure,
however, the CUB itself will be sealed.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
PMK 1
REPLACES
VEEDER ROOT: 7991 & 7998
DURANT: Series 3000 & 3100
IVO: F129, F514, F518, F524 & F544
SODECO: RG Series
PMK 2A
REPLACES
VEEDER ROOT: 1205, 1981, 7443,
7995 & 7997
DURANT: Miniature Electric Series
Y-RMF, Y-MF, YE & 54000
PMK 1A
REPLACES
VEEDER ROOT: 7440
DURANT: Miniature Electric Series
4Y & 6Y, 3000 & 3200
HECON: G0402, G0404 & G0414
IVO: F104, F109, F504 & F574
PMK 1B
REPLACES
VEEDER ROOT: 7437 & 7438
PMK 2B
REPLACES
VEEDER ROOT: 1205, 1981, 7443 & 7995
DURANT: Miniature Electric Series
Y-RMF, Y-MF, YE, 3200 & 54000
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Drawing No. LP0349
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R-C SNUBBER NOISE AND ARC SUPPRESSOR
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The R-C Snubber is intended to suppress the “inductive kick” from motors,
solenoids or relay coils. High energy noise spikes are generated whenever
current is interrupted through an inductive load. These noise spikes may
interfere with associated equipment causing erratic operation and may also
accelerate relay contact wear. Applied across an inductive load, the R-C
snubber suppresses the noise spikes and extends contact life.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
[All Dimensions are nominal]
SPECIFICATIONS
1. R-C Value: 0.1 µf, 47 Ω 1/2 Watt (±30%)
2. Max. Line Voltage: 250 V rms or 250 VDC
3. Frequency: DC to 62 Hz
4. Peak Pulse Voltage: 1200 V max.
UL recognized component
(Okaya Electric America, Inc. PN# XEB0471, UL-1414, File # E47474)
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
SNUB
R-C Snubber Inductive Load Suppressor
SNUB0000
APPLICATION
The R-C snubber inductive load suppressor should be applied as shown
below. Placing the suppressor across the contact in many cases can work
as well, but for maximum effect, it is best to place the suppressor directly
across the load. All inductive loads in a system should be suppressed in
this manner to avoid mutual interference. The suppressors are effective in
both AC and DC circuits.
Preferred Application
Alternate Application
* Use a snubber across all contacts in the load circuit.
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Drawing No. LP0083
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UTILITY ENCLOSURES, NEMA 1
PROVIDE EASY MACHINE, DESK-TOP, OR SHELF MOUNTING
FOR RLC PANEL MOUNTED COUNTERS & INDICATORS
!
HEAVY GAGE STEEL CONSTRUCTION
!
ATTRACTIVE COMPACT DESIGN
!
READY TO INSTALL PREPUNCHED PANELS
!
EASY-TO-ASSEMBLE & WIRE
!
REAR KNOCKOUTS FOR CONDUIT OR CABLE
DESCRIPTION
These easy-to-assemble enclosure kits feature interchangeable prepunched
panels which accept most RLC Counters and Indicators without drilling,
sawing, punching, or filing. Blank panels are also available for custom
applications. (Panels are ordered separately.)
Convenient, 3-piece assembly permits base to be mounted first. Then, the
counter or indicator is mounted in the panel and wiring connections made with
the unit in-place. Finally, the cover is installed without bending wires or stuffing
wires back into the enclosure. Two knockouts on the rear, (one 1/2",
and one dual 7/8" - 1 1/8") accept standard conduit adapters or can be fitted with
grommets for flexible cable entry. In most applications, enclosures are roomy
enough to allow mounting accessory circuit components such as control relays
toward the rear of the case. Rubber grommet feet allow the enclosure to be free
standing or base-mounted with through-bolts on a machine frame member or
shelf.
Enclosures and panels are coated with a durable flat black polyurethane
finish. Hardware includes assembly screws and foot grommets.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
Small Enclosure
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
8.27" (210.1
8.00" (203.2
4.00" (101.6
6.00" (152.4
7.70" (195.6
5.50" (139.7
1.50" (38.1
4.00" (101.6
CL 2.00" (50.8
0.15" (3.8
mm)
mm)
mm)
mm)
mm)
mm)
mm)
mm)
mm)
mm)
Large Enclosure
7.38" (187.5
7.00" (177.8
5.95" (151.1
7.00" (177.8
6.70" (170.2
5.00" (127.0
1.75" (44.5
5.00" (127.0
CL 3.00" (76.2
0.15" (3.8
mm)
mm)
mm)
mm)
mm)
mm)
mm)
mm)
mm)
mm)
18 GAGE, COLD ROLLED STEEL
ORDERING INFORMATION
DESCRIPTION
USED WITH
PART NUMBER
—
ENC10000
Blank Panel (No Cut-out)
—
PNL1A000
Panel With Single Cut-out
Models SCP & RMX
PNL1B000
Panel With Single Cut-out
Gemini Series
PNL1C000
Panel With Single Cut-out
Legend & Libra Series
PNL1D000
Panel With Single Cut-out
Lynx Series
PNL1E000
Panel With Single Cut-out
PAX, PAXLite, Apollo & IM Series
PNL1F000
Panel With Single Cut-out
C48/T48
PNL1G000
—
ENC20000
SMALL ENCLOSURE KIT (Less Front Panel)
Front Panels For Small Encl. #ENC10000
LARGE ENCLOSURE KIT (Less Front Panel)
Front Panels For Lrg. Encl. #ENC20000
Blank Panel (No Cut-out)
—
PNL2A000
Panel With Single Cut-out
Model SCD
PNL2C000
Panel With Dual Cut-outs
(Combination Applications)
(ANY TWO) Models SCP & RMX
PNL2D000
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Drawing No. LP0144
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1/8 DIN PANEL ADAPTER KIT
FOR DT3A, DT3D, SCT, & SCP PANEL CUT-OUTS
The 1/8 DIN panel adapter kit permits the mounting of the PAX and Apollo
units into an existing 1.8" (45.7 mm) x 3.88" (98.5 mm) (DT3A, DT3D, SCT, &
SCP) panel cut-out. The kit consists of two metal adapter plates coated with a
durable flat black polyurethane finish, and a neoprene gasket, which provides a
sealed front panel that meets NEMA 4/IP65 specifications when properly
installed.
DIMENSIONS In Inches (mm)
NOTE:
An overall panel area
of 2.25" (57.1 mm) x
4.63" (117.6 mm) is
required for proper
mounting.
INSTALLATION
1. Remove the backing from the adhesive side of the adapter gasket (included
with adapter kit) and carefully stick the gasket to the front of the existing
panel cut-out.
2. Place the standard panel mount gasket (provided with the unit) over the unit.
Then slide one of the plates over the unit. If the gasket has adhesive, apply
the gasket to the plate, then slide the plate over the unit. (Gasket must be
facing the bezel.)
3. Insert the unit into the panel cut-out from the front and slide the remaining
adapter plate over the unit from the rear.
4. Install the mounting clip(s) as per the unit instructions. Tighten the
mounting screws evenly to apply uniform compression and to provide a
water-tight seal.
CAUTION: Only minimum pressure is required to seal the panel. Do NOT
overtighten the mounting screws.
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
PMKA1
3-PIECE KIT permits mounting to existing
1.8" x 3.88" (45.7 x98.4 mm) Panel cut-out, O.A.
DIM. 2.25" x 4.63" (57.1 x 117.6 mm)
PMKA1000
Red Lion Controls AP
Red Lion Controls
20 Willow Springs Circle
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Bulletin No. BMK3/4-F
Drawing No. LP0136
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MODEL BMK3 & BMK4 - BASE MOUNT KITS
DESCRIPTION
The Model BMK3 and 4 Base Mount Kits provide the necessary
equipment for base mounting various units. The kits are coated with a
durable flat black polyurethane finish and consist of two mounting legs
which attach to the customer’s base panel, using the hardware provided.
Model PMK3 and 4 are separate front panels, available for different
sized units. After mounting the units to the appropriate PMK panel, the
entire assembly is then attached to the mounting legs.
MOUNTING PROCEDURE
1. Mark and drill holes (3/16" Dia.) in base panel for attaching the base mount
legs. Use the appropriate Model PMK panel as a template for marking the
mounting hole locations. NOTE: RECOMMENDED MINIMUM BASE
PANEL THICKNESS IS 1/8" TO SUPPORT THE WEIGHT OF THE
INDICATOR WITHOUT PANEL DISTORTION.
2. Attach the base mount legs to the base panel using the machine screws and
nuts provided or user supplied hardware if panel thickness exceeds 1/4".
3. Mount the indicator to the Model PMK panel, utilizing the mounting clips
provided, in accordance with the panel mounting instructions supplied with
the individual unit.
4. Attach the PMK panel and unit assembly to the base mount legs by using the
self-tapping screws provided.
BASE MOUNT DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
BMK3
BMK4
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PANEL DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
PMK3B
PMK3A
PMK4A
PMK3C
PMK4B
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
BMK 3
Base Mount Kit For Legend, Lynx And Libra
BMK30000
BMK 4
Base Mount Kit For Gemini, Apollo, IM, PAX, TCU, PCU, TSC And PSC
BMK40000
PMK 3A
Mounting Panel For Lynx
PMK3A000
PMK 3B
Mounting Panel For Libra And Legend
PMK3B000
PMK 3C
Mounting Panel For C48, T48, P16 And T16
PMK3C000
PMK 4A
Mounting Panel For Gemini
PMK4A000
PMK 4B
Mounting Panel For IM, Apollo, PAX, TCU, PCU, TSC And PSC
PMK4B000
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MODEL CT004 - CURRENT TRANSFORMER
DIMENSIONS “In inches (mm)”
DESCRIPTION
The CT004 is intended for
use
with
temperature
controllers for monitoring
heater current. The CT004 is
suitable for general purpose
AC
current
monitoring
applications up to 40 Amps.
Notes:Refer to the instruction manual of the temperature controller for
connection information and max. heater current allowable by the
temperature controller.
SPECIFICATIONS
1. CURRENT RATIO: 40:0.1A
2. MAX HEATER CURRENT: 50 A.
3. DIELECTRIC STRENGTH: 1000 VAC ( For 1 minute)
4. VIBRATION RESISTANCE: 50 Hz (Approx. 10 G)
5. TERMINALS: Solder type
6. WINDOW DIAMETER: 0.228” (5.8 mm).
7. WEIGHT: 0.406 oz (11.5 g).
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
CURRENT RATIO
PART NUMBER
CT004
40 : 0.1 A
CT004001
MODEL CT - CURRENT TRANSFORMER
DIMENSIONS “In inches (mm)”
SPECIFICATIONS
1. Operating Frequency: 50 to 400 Hz.
2. Insulation Class: 0.6 KV BIL 10 KV
full wave.
3. Terminals: Brass studs No. 8-32 UNC
with one flat washer, lockwasher, and
hex nut.
4. Window Diameter: 1.13” (28.7mm).
5. Weight: 8.0 oz (226.0g).
These transformers are UL Recognized, File #E155930(M)
Note: The listed current ratio of the current transformer is based on the primary
conductor passing once through the transformer opening. The ratio is
reduced in multiples by looping the conductor through the opening. A
transformer having a ratio 200:5 changes to a ratio of 100:5 if two loops are
made through the transformer with the primary conductor. The ratio of the
transformer will be 50:5 if four loops are made with the primary conductor,
etc.
ORDERING INFORMATION
CURRENT ACCURACY VA 60 Hz
RATIO
@ 60 Hz BURDEN
MAXIMUM OUTPUT WIRE DISTANCE BETWEEN
CT AND METER
18 AWG
16 AWG
14 AWG
12 AWG
PART
NUMBER
Wire distance is not an issue due to the low
CT005001
current flow. Wires may be as long as needed.
50:0.1
±5.0%
2.5
50:5
±3.0%
2.0
5.0 ft.
7.5 ft.
12 ft.
18 ft.
CT005050
200:5
±1.0%
4.0
10 ft.
17.5 ft.
28 ft.
43 ft.
CT020050
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Drawing No. LP0136
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BASE MOUNT KITS FOR GEMINI, LEGEND, LIBRA, LYNX, & APOLLO UNITS
DESCRIPTION
The Model BMK3 and 4 Base Mount Kits provide the necessary
equipment for base mounting various units. The kits are coated with a
durable flat black polyurethane finish and consist of two mounting legs
which attach to the customer’s base panel, using the hardware provided.
Model PMK3 and 4 are separate front panels, available for different
sized units. After mounting the units to the appropriate PMK panel, the
entire assembly is then attached to the mounting legs.
MOUNTING PROCEDURE
1. Mark and drill holes (3/16" Dia.) in base panel for attaching the base mount
legs. Use the appropriate Model PMK panel as a template for marking the
mounting hole locations. NOTE: RECOMMENDED MINIMUM BASE
PANEL THICKNESS IS 1/8" TO SUPPORT THE WEIGHT OF THE
INDICATOR WITHOUT PANEL DISTORTION.
2. Attach the base mount legs to the base panel using the machine screws and
nuts provided or user supplied hardware if panel thickness exceeds 1/4".
3. Mount the indicator to the Model PMK panel, utilizing the mounting clips
provided, in accordance with the panel mounting instructions supplied with
the individual unit.
4. Attach the PMK panel and unit assembly to the base mount legs by using the
self-tapping screws provided.
BASE MOUNT DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
BMK3
BMK4
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PANEL DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
PMK3B
PMK3A
PMK3C
PMK4A
PMK4B
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
Red Lion Controls
20 Willow Springs Circle
York PA 17402
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
BMK 3
Base Mount Kit For Legend, Lynx And Libra
BMK30000
BMK 4
Base Mount Kit For Gemini, Apollo And PAX
BMK40000
PMK 3A
Mounting Panel For Lynx
PMK3A000
PMK 3B
Mounting Panel For Libra And Legend
PMK3B000
PMK 3C
Mounting Panel For C48, T48, P16 And T16
PMK3C000
PMK 4A
Mounting Panel For Gemini
PMK4A000
PMK 4B
Mounting Panel For IM, Apollo And PAX
PMK4B000
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56 Boulevard du Courcerin, Batiment 21,
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Red Lion Controls BV
Databankweg 6C
NL - 3821 AL Amersfoort
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Bulletin No. ILS1/2-C
Drawing No. LP0151
Released 7/04
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INDUCTIVE LOAD SUPPRESSOR
DESCRIPTION
These devices, when installed across an inductive load, such as a contactor,
solenoid or relay, will suppress transient surges during a switching. This will
enhance relay life and provide increased reliability of operation.
There are two devices available, one for use in 115 volt circuits and one for
use in 230 volt circuits.
ORDERING INFORMATION
Fully slide PVC insulating tubing over Model ILS leads, as shown.
Caution: Ensure VAC is “OFF” before installing Model ILS.
MODEL NO.
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
ILS1
115 VAC Inductive Load Suppressor
ILS11500
ILS2
230 VAC Inductive Load Suppressor
ILS23000
ILS SPECIFICATIONS *
AC VOLTS
DC VOLTS
RATED PEAK
SINGLE PULSE
TRANSIENT CURRENT (AMPS)
ILS1
130
175
6500
80
1.0
340 V @ 100 A
ILS2
275
370
6500
150
1.0
710 V @ 100 A
DEVICE MODEL
NUMBER
RATED VOLTAGE
SINGLE PULSE
TRANSIENT
ENERGY JOULES
POWER DISSIPATION CLAMPING VOLTAGE
WATTS
VOLTS
*NOTE: These devices will suppress most transient surges. However, if the device heats up or stops functioning after a short period of time a higher joules rated device may be required.
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INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS OF ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTS &
CONTROLS, IN INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS
off. This noise spike, in addition to physically degrading the relay contact,
can radiate off the output lines and into more sensitive areas of the
instrument. The surest way to alleviate this situation is to suppress the noise
spike. It is best to do it at the noise source (See Fig. 2), to prevent noise
currents from flowing in the output lines. There are several ways to do this.
If it is a DC device, then either a diode or a M.O.V. (Metal Oxide Varistor)
can be placed across the device to suppress it. The greater the current load of
the device, the higher wattage diode required. If it is an AC load, then a
M.O.V. or capacitor and resistor in series can be used. It can be seen that the
output lines can be noise sources and as such should be kept away from the
instrument’s own input lines, as well as the input lines of other instruments.
In addition to the foregoing considerations, care should be taken when
connecting input and output returns to the instrument’s common. When
separate input and output commons are provided, they should not be mixed.
When an output device return is connected to an input common (See Fig. 4), the
output current will flow in the input common line. This will cause a noise
voltage to be present, which can affect the operation of the instrument.
In summary, it is much easier to eliminate problems when building up a
system than after it is installed.
Most electronic equipment designed for use in industrial environments has
a high degree of noise immunity and protection against damage. But even the
best can experience difficulties in operation if certain minimal considerations
are not adhered to when installing the equipment. When relay contacts are used
to switch inductive loads, such as auxiliary relays or solenoids, extremely large
voltage spikes can be generated when the relay contact opens, these voltage
spikes can cause pitting of the relay’s contacts, thereby reducing its usable life.
The internal functioning components of an electronic instrument operate on
a low DC voltage, generally 5 V, and respond to signals as low as 1 V or less.
In contrast, stray voltage spikes in excess of 100 V and sometimes thousands
of volts can be detected in the industrial environment. These voltage spikes can
be coupled from power lines that are powering equipment that contains S.C.R.
circuitry, or in other ways causes rapid load changes on the AC line. These
spikes can also be coupled from lines that are actuating AC or DC solenoids or
actuators. In other words, any wiring in an industrial application should be
considered a potential noise source.
How can these noise spikes get into the instrument? There are three major
ways that noise spikes can enter the instrument.
1. Noise can enter directly, via the AC power input. It is recommended that
electronic instruments be connected to a relatively clean source of power. If
this cannot be accomplished, there are means of suppressing noise or
isolating the instrument from the noise. These consist of everything from
simple inductive load suppressors (M.O.V.’s) to constant voltage isolation
transformers, depending on the severity of power line disturbance.
2. Noise can enter via the input leads. Here, there are two modes (See Fig. 1)
by which the noise can enter. Normal mode, which means the noise enters
on the input lead, with respect to the instrument common; and common
mode, which means the noise enters on both the input and the instrument
common with respect to earth ground (power line neutral). It is
recommended that sensor input and control input wiring not be run in the
same conduit or raceways with power lines or current carrying control lines.
It is also recommended that these lines be kept away from inductive loads
such as motors, solenoids, relays and contactors. For best results, it is
recommended that two-conductor shielded cable be used to connect these
inputs. The shield should be connected to the input common at the
instrument only. In addition, the input common should only be connected to
machine ground (earth) at one point, preferably a direct connection to the
input common terminal.
3. The third way noise can enter the instrument is via the output lines. This is
one of the most overlooked sources of trouble. When an output is driving an
inductive load, such as solenoids, contactors, or relays; a large noise spike,
several times the supply voltage, is generated every time the output is turned
NORMAL MODE
COMMON MODE
Figure 1
NOISE SUPPRESSED AT LOAD
NOISE SUPPRESSED AT INSTRUMENT
Figure 2
DC DEVICE
AC DEVICE
IMPROPER GROUND CONNECTIONS
Figure 4
Figure 3
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BULLETIN NO. PMK/CC-A
DRAWING NO. LP0090
REVISED 4/96
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INSTALLATION FOR CUB CONTROLLER PANELMOUNT KITS
PMKCC1
PMKCC2
PMKCC3
Three panelmount kits for the CUB Controller are available to replace most existing miniature
presettable counters on the market today. Kits come complete with adapter plates coated with a
durable flat black polyurethane finish, mounting hardware, and gaskets to provide a complete sealed
unit that meets NEMA 4/IP65 specifications when properly installed.
PMKCC1 & PMKCC2
These panelmount kits adapt the CUB Controller to either a 50 mm x 50 mm
or a 68 mm x 68 mm panel cut-out. The kit consists of two metal panel adaptors,
one neoprene gasket and 2 3-48 x 1/2” screws. The adapter plates and gasket are
pinched between the front bezel of the counter and the mounting clips (provided
with the controller accessory bag). The 1/2” long screws may be necessary for
thicker panel installations.
Note: If room permits, install signal connector after unit is mounted. If there is
not enough room, pull the wires through before installing as described below:
5. Install mounting clips (one on either side) with the screws provided. Tighten
the screws moderately to “pinch” the gaskets and panels between the front
bezel and the mounting clips. (Mounting clips are provided in accessory
bag.)
1. Pull signal connector through the following items in order:
a) One panel adapter plate.
b) Through existing panel opening.
2. Slide the following items onto the counter.
a) Panel gasket
b) Adapter plate
c) Adapter gasket
3. Install connector in the Cub Controller. Ensure connector is in proper
orientation i.e. lockslots visible when viewed from below the case.
4. Slide counter through panel cut-out from the front, and center in the panel
opening.
DIMENSIONS “In inches (mm)”
PMKCC1
PMKCC2
PMKCC3
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PMKCC3
For mounting proceed as follows:
1. Slide panel gasket over back of counter. (Gasket is supplied in accessory bag
with counter.)
2. Slide counter onto adapter plate.
3. Slide adapter gasket onto counter.
4. Attach counter to adapter plate with two mounting clips and screws. (Both
mounting clips are supplied in accessory bag with counter.)
5. Install connector in the Cub Controller. Ensure connector is in proper
orientation i.e. lockslots visible when viewed from below the case.
6. Place complete assembly over existing cut-out, lining up the adapter plate
mounting holes with existing holes.
7. Use two mounting screws and nuts provided with Panel Adapter Kit to secure
panel to existing cut-out.
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
PMKCC1
PMKCC2
PMKCC3
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
3-PIECE KIT permits mounting in existing
1.97” X 1.97” (50 mm x 50 mm) panel cut-outs
O.A. 2.27” x 2.27” (57.6 mm x 57.6 mm)
3-PIECE KIT permits mounting in existing
2.68” x 2.68” (68 mm x 75 mm) socket box panel cut-outs,
(72 mm x 72 mm DIN bezel opening)
O.A. 3” x 3” (76 mm x 76 mm)
2-PIECE KIT permits mounting for existing 2.36” x 2.95”
(60 mm x 75 mm) socket box panel cut-outs
O.A. 2.36” x 2.96” (60 mm x 75 mm)
Hole Centers 2.48” (63 mm
PMKCC100
PMKCC200
PMKCC300
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Bulletin No. ENC3 - A
Drawing No. LP0134
Revised 9/00
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MODEL ENC3 - NEMA 1 UTILITY ENCLOSURE
PROVIDE A COMPACT, MACHINE, DESK-TOP, OR SHELF MOUNT FOR PANEL MOUNTED UNITS
!
HEAVY GAUGE STEEL CONSTRUCTION
!
READY TO INSTALL PREPUNCHED PANEL
!
WITH OR WITHOUT KEY LOCK
!
EASY TO ASSEMBLE AND WIRE
!
REAR KNOCKOUTS FOR CONDUIT OR CABLE
!
ATTRACTIVE COMPACT DESIGN
DESCRIPTION
This easy-to-assemble enclosure kit features interchangeable prepunched
panels which accept a variety of Red Lion Products, without drilling, sawing,
punching, or filing. A blank panel is also available for custom applications.
(Panels are ordered separately.)
Convenient, 3-piece assembly permits base to be mounted first. Second, the
counter or indicator is mounted to the panel and wiring connections are made to
the unit through the base knockout(s). Third, the panel is fastened to the cover,
then the cover is fastened to the base. Two knockouts on the rear (one 1/2" and
one dual 7/8" - 1 1/8") accept standard conduit adapter or can be fitted with
grommets for flexible cable entry. Rubber grommet feet allow the enclosure to
be free-standing or base-mounted with through-bolts on a machine frame
member or shelf.
Enclosure and panels are coated with a durable flat black polyurethane finish.
Hardware includes assembly screws and foot grommets.
DIMENSIONS “In inches (mm)”
ORDERING INFORMATION
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Enclosure Kit (Less Front Panel)
ENC30000
Panel For Libra/Legend
PNL3A000
Panel For Libra/Legend With Keylock
PNL3B000
Panel For Lynx
PNL3C000
Panel For Lynx With Keylock
PNL3D000
Blank Panel (No Cut-out)
PNL3E000
Panel For C48/P16/P48/T16/T48
PNL3F000
Panel For C48/P16/P48/T16/T48 With Keylock
PNL3G000
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Bulletin No. ENC/LPAX-A
Drawing No. LP0503
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LPAX ENCLOSURE, MOUNTING AND LABEL ACCESSORIES
O
ENGINEERING UNIT LABELS
O
BRACKETS FOR BASE, CEILING, OR WALL MOUNTING
O
NEMA 4/IP65 ENCLOSURE FOR WASHDOWN ENVIRONMENTS
O
FRONT PANEL SHROUD FOR ENHANCED VIEWING
Attach Units
Label to this
embossed
area.
LX LABEL ACCESSORY
The LX label accessories allow the 5 digit LPAX display to be customized
with an engineering unit. The label is affixed to the embossed area on the bezel
of the LPAX. The LPAX module is then programmed to turn on its
backlighting, which illuminates the label from behind.
INSTALLATION
SP3
Before applying the label, ensure that the
embossed area is clean, dry, and free of dirt.
Remove the backing and center the label in
the embossed area and attach. Take extra care
to seat the edges of the label.
SP4
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
LX
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBERS
Custom Units Label for 5 Digit LPAX
K A
LXBLANK0 *
LXK00000
K
m
Listed Below
mA µA
Hz
kHz
kV VA
3
3
mm
W
M
3
in
LXCM3000 LXMM3000 LXIN3000
ton
h
LXTON/H0
fps
3
ft
s
3
ft
min
LXFT3/S0 LXFT3/MN
fpm
YPS
KW
3
ft
yd 3
l
h
LXFT3000 LXYD3000 LXL/H000
3
ft
kg ton gal
KWh
l
m
RPS
rps
l Kl
m3
LXML0000 LXKL0000 LXM30000
kg
kg
m3
m3
m3
s
s
l
min
min
h
s
l
LXKG/S00 LXKG/MIN LXM3/S00 LXM3/MIN LXM3/H00 LXL/S000
kg
min
h
LXL/MIN0
LXKG/H00
gps
GPM
gpm
gph FPS FPM FPH
IPS IPM IPH
CPS
CPM
CPH MPS
BPS BPM
LPM
h
LXFT3/H0 LXBPS000 LXBPM000 LXLPM000 LXGPS000 LXGPM100 LXGPM200 LXGPH000 LXFPS100 LXFPM100 LXFPH000
YPM
YPH
LXFPS200 LXFPM200 LXYPS000 LXYPM000 LXYPH000 LXIPS000
kph
V
LXA00000 LXMA0000 LXUA0000 LXHZ0000 LXKHZ000 LXKV0000 LXVA0000 LXKVA000 LXVAC000 LXMV0000 LXV00000
LXMOHM10 LXOHM000 LXKOHM00 LXMOHM20 LXW00000 LXKW0000 LXKWH000 LXKG0000 LXTON000 LXGAL000 LXL00000
cm
mV
kVA VAC
rpm
rph ppb
MPM
MPH
LXIPM000 LXIPH000 LXCPS000 LXCPM000 LXCPH000 LXMPS000 LXMPM000 LXMPH000
mm
s
ppm
cm
s
cm
min
m
s
m
min
m
h
t
min
LXKPH000 LXRPS100 LXRPS200 LXRPM000 LXRPH000 LXPPB000 LXPPM000 LXMM/S00 LXCM/S00 LXCM/MIN LXM/S000 LXM/MIN0 LXM/H000 LXT/MIN0
u
lb
lb
min
min
h
LXU/MIN0
LXLB/MIN LXLB/H00
T
t
LXT10000 LXT20000
ØA ØB ØC bar
in
Hg
%RH
pH
deg
G oz lb
x10
x100
x1000
LX%RH000 LXPH0000 LXDEG000 LXG00000 LXOZ0000 LXLB0000 LX10X000 LX100X00 LX1000X0
% in ft
psi kPa
yd mm cm
m
LXPHA000 LXPHB000 LXPHC000 LXBAR000 LXINHG00 LXPSI000 LXKPA000 LX%00000 LXIN0000 LXFT0000 LXYD0000 LXMM0000 LXCM0000 LXM00000
km
N
hp
in lb ft lb min
h S
LXKM0000 LXN00000 LXHP0000 LXINLB00 LXFTLB00 LXMIN000 LXH00000
SEC
VDC
LXS00000 LXSEC000 LXVDC000
* Blank label included with each LPAX
°F
°C
LXDF0000 ** LXDC0000 **
** These labels included with MPAXT units
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ENC9-NEMA 4/IP65 LPAX ENCLOSURE
The ENC90000 NEMA 4/IP65 enclosure provides a means of mounting the
LPAX display in dirty or washdown environments. The enclosure comes with
all the gaskets, hardware (except the mounting screws), and brackets required
to base, ceiling, or wall mount the LPAX display. The mounting screws to
attach the brackets to your surface are not provided due to the variety of
installation options available.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
ENCLOSURE ASSEMBLY
1. Before drilling a hole in the enclosure for your wire connector or fitting, ensure
that the location you have chosen allows enough clearance around the MPAX
module.
2. Remove the center section of the gasket provided with the LPAX, and slide it
over the rear of the display and onto the mounting studs.
3. Insert the LPAX into the enclosure as illustrated. Install six #10-32 keps nuts
(supplied with the LPAX) and tighten evenly for uniform gasket compression.
The gasket should be compressed to about 75 to 80% of its original thickness.
Do not overtighten the nuts.
4. Run the wires through the hole that was drilled in the enclosure, and attach them
to the LPAX. Wiring instructions are provided in the appropriate PAX bulletin
shipped with the MPAX Module.
5. Remove the center section of the rear cover gasket. Apply the gasket to the rear
panel of the enclosure by inserting the screws through the panel and into the
holes in the gasket. Position the panel on the enclosure and start all of the
screws. Alternately tighten each screw to ensure uniform gasket compression.
The gasket should be compressed to about 75 to 80% of its original thickness.
6. To securely mount the enclosure, attach the adjustable mounting brackets to the
enclosure using the washers and screws provided.
7. Secure the mounting brackets to the desired mounting location.
Rotate bracket for other
installation choices.
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
ENC9
DESCRIPTION
NEMA 4 Enclosure for LPAX
PART NUMBERS
ENC90000
SHROUD
The optional shroud enhances the readability of the LPAX unit in areas with
high intensity overhead light sources. The shroud can be used in conjunction
with any installation (panel mount, enclosure, or mounting brackets). When
properly installed, the shroud will not affect the integrity of a NEMA 4
installation.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
INSTALLATION
1. Remove the center section of the gasket provided with the LPAX, and slide
it over the rear of the display and onto the mounting studs.
2. Orient the shroud and gasket as shown in the assembly figure, and place it
over the LPAX. The studs of the LPAX should now be protruding through
the rear of the shroud.
3. Follow the remaining installation instructions for panel mounting, bracket
mounting or enclosure mounting as appropriate.
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
SHR
DESCRIPTION
Shroud for LPAX
PART NUMBERS
SHRLPAX0
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MBLPAX-MOUNTING BRACKETS
The MBLPAX mounting brackets provide an easy way to base, wall, or
ceiling mount the LPAX display. The MBLPAX kit comes with two sets of
brackets, and most of the hardware to mount the LPAX at virtually any angle.
The screws to attach the brackets to your surface are not provided due to the
variety of installation options available.
DIMENSIONS In inches (mm)
ASSEMBLY
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO.
MB
DESCRIPTION
Mounting Bracket for LPAX
Notes:
1. When installing the brackets, the fastener bracket must be installed on the
studs of the LPAX as shown.
2. The mounting bracket may be installed with the flange facing in or out.
3. The rubber washers provided must be installed between the two mounting
brackets during assembly.
4. The screws for fastening the brackets to a surface are not provided in the
MBLPAX kit. The holes are 0.2" in diameter and will accept size #10 screws
and smaller.
PART NUMBERS
MBLPAX00
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LIMITED WARRANTY
The Company warrants the products it manufactures against defects in materials and workmanship
for a period limited to one year from the date of shipment, provided the products have been stored,
handled, installed, and used under proper conditions. The Company’s liability under this limited
warranty shall extend only to the repair or replacement of a defective product, at The Company’s
option. The Company disclaims all liability for any affirmation, promise or representation with
respect to the products.
The customer agrees to hold Red Lion Controls harmless from, defend, and indemnify RLC against
damages, claims, and expenses arising out of subsequent sales of RLC products or products
containing components manufactured by RLC and based upon personal injuries, deaths, property
damage, lost profits, and other matters which Buyer, its employees, or sub-contractors are or may be
to any extent liable, including without limitation penalties imposed by the Consumer Product Safety
Act (P.L. 92-573) and liability imposed upon any person pursuant to the Magnuson-Moss Warranty
Act (P.L. 93-637), as now in effect or as amended hereafter.
No warranties expressed or implied are created with respect to The Company’s products except those
expressly contained herein. The Customer acknowledges the disclaimers and limitations contained
herein and relies on no other warranties or affirmations.
Red Lion Controls
20 Willow Springs Circle
Red Lion Controls BV
Basicweg 11b
Red Lion Controls Asia
31, Kaki Bukit Road 3 #06-04/05 TechLink
York PA 17402
NL - 3821 BR Amersfoort
Singapore 417818
Tel +1 (717) 767-6511
Tel +31 (0) 334 723 225
Tel +65 6744-6613
Fax +1 (717) 764-0839
Fax +31 (0) 334 893 793
Fax +65 6743-3360
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