sc200-Controller-User-Manual-Ed

sc200-Controller-User-Manual-Ed
DOC023.53.80040
sc200 Controller
06/2011, Edition 3
User Manual
Table of Contents
Specifications .................................................................................................................................................................................5
General information ....................................................................................................................................................................5
Safety information .......................................................................................................................................................................6
Use of hazard information .................................................................................................................................................................6
Precautionary labels ..........................................................................................................................................................................6
Certification .......................................................................................................................................................................................6
Product overview ..........................................................................................................................................................................7
Installation ........................................................................................................................................................................................8
Mounting components and dimensions .............................................................................................................................................8
Controller mounting ...........................................................................................................................................................................9
High-voltage barrier .........................................................................................................................................................................11
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) considerations .................................................................................................................................11
Wiring overview ...............................................................................................................................................................................11
Wiring for power ..............................................................................................................................................................................13
Alarms and relays ............................................................................................................................................................................15
Wiring relays ....................................................................................................................................................................................15
Analog output connections ..............................................................................................................................................................17
Connect a digital sc sensor .............................................................................................................................................................18
Connect the optional digital communication output .........................................................................................................................18
Install a Secure Digital (SD) memory card .....................................................................................................................................18
User interface and navigation ............................................................................................................................................19
User interface ..................................................................................................................................................................................19
Display .............................................................................................................................................................................................19
System startup .............................................................................................................................................................................20
Set the language, date and time for the first time ...........................................................................................................................20
Adjust the display contrast ..............................................................................................................................................................21
Controller configuration information ................................................................................................................................................21
Advanced operations ...............................................................................................................................................................22
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Security setup ..................................................................................................................................................................................22
Enable or disable the passcode ...............................................................................................................................................22
Edit the passcode .....................................................................................................................................................................22
Configure a 4-20 mA input module ..................................................................................................................................................22
Configure a 4-20 mA output module ...............................................................................................................................................23
Configure the controller analog outputs ..........................................................................................................................................23
Logarithmic output mode ................................................................................................................................................................25
Bilinear output mode .......................................................................................................................................................................25
Configure relays ..............................................................................................................................................................................26
Relay function graphs ..............................................................................................................................................................28
Set up the discrete inputs ................................................................................................................................................................33
Set up a calculation .........................................................................................................................................................................34
Set the datalog mode and interval ...................................................................................................................................................34
Using the secure digital memory (SD) card ..................................................................................................................................... 34
Saving data and event logs with SD cards ............................................................................................................................... 35
Access data and event log files on the SD card ....................................................................................................................... 36
Firmware updates with SD cards .............................................................................................................................................36
Backup settings to an SD card .................................................................................................................................................36
Restore settings to the controller .............................................................................................................................................36
Transfer settings to another device ..........................................................................................................................................37
Using the service port ......................................................................................................................................................................37
Using DataCom ...............................................................................................................................................................................37
Update the display language ...........................................................................................................................................................37
Update the date and time ................................................................................................................................................................38
Maintenance ..................................................................................................................................................................................38
Cleaning the controller ....................................................................................................................................................................38
Fuse replacement ............................................................................................................................................................................38
Battery replacement ........................................................................................................................................................................38
Troubleshooting ..........................................................................................................................................................................38
Test and Maintenance menu ...........................................................................................................................................................40
Warning and error conditions ..........................................................................................................................................................41
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Device scan information .......................................................................................................................................................41
Replacement parts and accessories ..............................................................................................................................41
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Specifications
Specification
Details
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Relays
Four SPDT, user-configured contacts, rated 5A 250 VAC
(resistive). Contacts are rated 250 VAC, 5 Amp resistive
maximum for the AC powered controller and 24 VDC, 5A
resistive maximum for the DC powered controller. Relays are
designed for connection to AC Mains circuits (i.e., whenever
the controller is operated with 115 - 240 VAC power) or DC
circuits (i.e., whenever the controller is operated with 24 VDC
power).
Dimensions
½ DIN—144 x 144 x 180.9 mm (5.7 x 5.7 x 7.12 in.)
Weight
1.7 kg (3.75 lb)
Compliance
information2
CE approved (with all sensor types). Listed for use in general
locations to UL and CSA safety standards by ETL (with all
sensor types).
Specification
Details
Component
description
Microprocessor-controlled and menu-driven controller that
operates the sensor and displays measured values.
Operating
temperature
-20 to 60 ºC (-4 to 140 ºF); 95% relative humidity, noncondensing with sensor load <7 W; -20 to 50 ºC (-4 to 104
ºF) with sensor load <28 W
Storage
temperature
-20 to 70 ºC (-4 to 158 ºF); 95% relative humidity, noncondensing
Enclosure1
NEMA 4X/IP66 metal enclosure with a corrosion-resistant
finish
Power
requirements
AC powered controller: 100-240 VAC ±10%, 50/60 Hz;
Power 50 VA with 7 W sensor/network module load, 100 VA
with 28 W sensor/network module load (optional Modbus
RS232/RS485 or Profibus DPV1 network connection).
24 VDC powered controller: 24 VDC—15%, + 20%; Power
15 W with 7 W sensor/network module load, 40 W with 28 W
sensor/network module load (optional Modbus RS232/
RS485 or Profibus DPV1 network connection).
Altitude
requirements
Standard 2000 m (6562 ft) ASL (Above Sea Level)
Pollution degree/
Installation
category
Polution Degree 2; Installation Category II
Outputs
Two analog (0-20 mA or 4-20 mA) outputs. Each analog
output can be set to 0-20 mA or 4-20 mA, and can be
assigned to represent a measured parameter such as pH,
temperature, flow or calculated values. Optional 3 additional
analog outputs. Secure Digital Memory card for use in data
logging and software updates.
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2
Certain AC mains powered models are listed for use in
general safety locations to UL and CSA safety standards by
Underwriters Laboratories (with all sensor types).
Digital
communication
Optional Modbus RS485/RS232 or Profibus DPV1 network
connection for data transmission
Data logging
Secure Digital Card or special RS232 cable connector for
data logging and performing software updates
Warranty
2 years
General information
In no event will the manufacturer be liable for direct, indirect, special,
incidental or consequential damages resulting from any defect or omission
in this manual. The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes in
this manual and the products it describes at any time, without notice or
obligation. Revised editions are found on the manufacturer’s website.
Units that have the Underwriters Laboratories (UL) certification are intended for indoor use only and do not have a NEMA 4X/IP66 rating.
DC powered units are not listed by UL.
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Safety information
Please read this entire manual before unpacking, setting up or operating
this equipment. Pay attention to all danger, warning and caution
statements. Failure to do so could result in serious injury to the operator
or damage to the equipment.
To make sure that the protection provided by this equipment is not
impaired, do not use or install this equipment in any manner other than
that specified in this manual.
This symbol, if noted on the instrument, references the instruction
manual for operation and/or safety information.
This symbol, when noted on a product enclosure or barrier, indicates
that a risk of electrical shock and/or electrocution exists.
Delicate internal electronic components can be damaged by static
electricity, resulting in degraded performance or eventual failure.
Use of hazard information
DANGER
Indicates a potentially or imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially or imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that may result in minor or moderate
injury.
NOTICE
Indicates a situation which, if not avoided, may cause damage to the instrument.
Information that requires special emphasis.
Precautionary labels
Read all labels and tags attached to the instrument. Personal injury or
damage to the instrument could occur if not observed.
Electrical equipment marked with this symbol may not be disposed of
in European public disposal systems after 12 August of 2005. In
conformity with European local and national regulations (EU Directive
2002/98/EC), European electrical equipment users must now return old
or end-of-life equipment to the Producer for disposal at no charge to
the user.
Note: For return for recycling, please contact the equipment producer or supplier
for instructions on how to return end-of-life equipment, producer-supplied electrical
accessories, and all auxillary items for proper disposal.
Certification
Canadian Radio Interference-Causing Equipment Regulation,
IECS-003, Class A:
Supporting test records reside with the manufacturer.
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numèrique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du
Rëglement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
FCC Part 15, Class "A" Limits
Supporting test records reside with the manufacturer. The device complies
with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
conditions:
1. The equipment may not cause harmful interference.
2. The equipment must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
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Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate
the equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely
to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to
correct the interference at their expense. The following techniques can be
used to reduce interference problems:
1. Disconnect the equipment from its power source to verify that it is or
is not the source of the interference.
2. If the equipment is connected to the same outlet as the device
experiencing interference, connect the equipment to a different outlet.
3. Move the equipment away from the device receiving the interference.
4. Reposition the receiving antenna for the device receiving the
interference.
5. Try combinations of the above.
Figure 1 System components
1 Controller
4 Network module (optional)
Product overview
2 Strain relief assembly (optional
depending on controller version)
5 High-voltage barrier
The controller displays sensor measurements and other data, can transmit
analog and digital signals, and can interact with and control other devices
through outputs and relays. Outputs, relays, sensors and sensor modules
are configured and calibrated through the user interface on the front of the
controller.
Figure 1 shows the product components. Components may vary according
to controller configuration. Contact the manufacturer if parts are damaged
or missing.
3 Digital connection fitting (optional
depending on controller version)
6 Sensor modules (optional)
Sensors and sensor modules
The controller accepts up to a maximum of two sensor modules or two
digital sensors (depending on the controller configuration), along with one
communication module. A single digital sensor and a single sensor module
can be installed in combination. A variety of sensors can be wired to the
sensor modules. Sensor wiring information is given in the specific sensor
manuals and in the user instructions for specific modules.
Relays, outputs and signals
The controller has four configurable relay switches and two analog
outputs. An optional analog output module can increase the number of
analog outputs to five.
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Device scans
With two exceptions, the controller automatically scans for connected
devices without user input when it is powered on. The first exception is
when the controller is powered on for the first time before initial use. The
second exception is after the controller configuration settings have been
set to their default values and the controller is powered on. In both cases,
the controller first displays the language, date and time edit screens. After
the language, date and time entries are accepted, the controller performs
a device scan.
Controller enclosure
The controller enclosure is NEMA 4X/IP66-rated and has a corrosionresistant finish designed to withstand corrosive environmental
constituents such as salt spray and hydrogen sulfide. Protection against
environmental damage is strongly recommended for outdoor use.
For both horizontal and vertical pipe mounts, attach the mounting bracket
to the controller as shown in Figure 5 on page 10.
Figure 2 Mounting components
Note: Units that have the Underwriters Laboratories (UL) certification are intended
for indoor use only and do not have a NEMA 4X/IP66 rating.
Controller mounting options
The controller can be mounted to a panel, to a wall or to a vertical or
horizontal pipe. A neoprene sealing gasket is included and can be used to
reduce vibration. The gasket can be used as a template for panel mounting
before the inner gasket component is separated.
Installation
Mounting components and dimensions
CAUTION
Personal injury hazard. Only qualified personnel should conduct the tasks
described in this section of the manual.
The controller can be installed on a surface, panel or pipe (horizontal or
vertical). For mounting options and instructions, refer to Figure 2,
Figure 3 on page 9, Figure 4 on page 9, Figure 5 on page 10 and
Figure 6 on page 10.
For horizontal pipe mounts, the mounting feet (Figure 2) must be attached
to the mounting bracket in a vertical position.
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1 Mounting foot (2x)
6 Flat washer, ¼-inch ID (4x)
2 Sealing gasket for panel mount,
Neoprene
7 Lock washer, ¼-inch ID (4x)
3 Bracket for wall and pipe mounting
8 M5 x 0.8 Keps hexnut (4x)
4 Vibration isolation gasket for pipe
mount
9 Pan head screws, M5 x 0.8 x 100mm
(4x) (Used for variable diameter pipe
mount installations)
5 Vibration isolation washer for pipe
mount (4x)
10 Pan head screws, M5 x 0.8 x 15 mm
(4x)
Controller mounting
Figure 4 Panel mounting dimensions
Figure 3 Surface mounting dimensions
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Figure 5 Pipe mounting (vertical pipe)
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Figure 6 Top and bottom views
High-voltage barrier
High-voltage wiring for the controller is located behind the high-voltage
barrier in the controller enclosure. The barrier must remain in place except
when installing modules or when a qualified installation technician is wiring
for power, alarms, outputs or relays. Do not remove the barrier while power
is applied to the controller.
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) considerations
NOTICE
Potential Instrument Damage. Delicate internal electronic components
can be damaged by static electricity, resulting in degraded performance
or eventual failure.
Note: To minimize hazards and ESD risks, maintenance procedures not requiring
power to the analyzer should be performed with the power removed from the
instrument.
The manufacturer recommends taking the following steps to prevent ESD
damage to the instrument:
• Before touching any instrument electronic components (such as printed
circuit cards and the components on them) discharge static electricity
from your body. This can be accomplished by touching an earthgrounded metal surface such as the chassis of an instrument, or a metal
conduit or pipe.
• To reduce static build-up, avoid excessive movement. Transport staticsensitive components in anti-static containers or packaging.
• To discharge static electricity from your body and keep it discharged,
wear a wrist strap connected by a wire to earth ground.
• Handle all static-sensitive components in a static-safe area. If possible,
use anti-static floor pads and work bench pads.
Wiring overview
Figure 7 shows an overview of the wiring connections inside the controller
with the high voltage barrier removed. The left side of the figure shows the
back side of the controller cover.
Note: Remove connector caps from the connectors before module installation.
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Figure 7 Wiring connections overview
1 Service cable connection
4 Communication module connector (e.g., Modbus,
Profibus, optional 4-20 mA module, etc.)
7 Relay connections3
2 4-20 mA output3
5 AC and DC power connector3
8 Digital sensor connector3
3 Sensor module connector
6 Ground terminals
9 Digital sensor connector3
3
Terminals can be removed for improved access.
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Notes:
Wiring for power
WARNING
Potential Electrocution Hazard. Always disconnect power to the
instrument when making electrical connections.
WARNING
Potential Electrocution Hazard. If this equipment is used outdoors or in
potentially wet locations, a Ground Fault Interrupt device must be used
for connecting the equipment to its mains power source.
DANGER
Electrocution Hazard. Do not connect AC power to a 24 VDC powered
model.
WARNING
Potential Electrocution Hazard. A protective earth (PE) ground
connection is required for both 100-240 VAC and 24 VDC wiring
applications. Failure to connect a good PE ground connection can result
in shock hazards and poor performance due to electromagnetic
interferences. ALWAYS connect a good PE ground to the controller
terminal.
• The voltage barrier must be removed before making any electrical
connections. After making all connections, replace the voltage barrier
before closing the controller cover.
• A sealing type strain relief and a power cord less than 3 meters (10 feet)
in length with three 18-gauge conductors (including a safety ground
wire) can be used to maintain the NEMA 4X/IP66 environmental rating.
• Controllers can be ordered with AC power cords pre-installed.
Additional power cords may also be ordered.
• The DC power source that supplies power to the 24 VDC powered
controller must maintain voltage regulation within the specified 24
VDC-15% +20% voltage limits. The DC power source must also provide
adequate protection against surges and line transients.
Wiring procedure
Follow the numbered steps on page 14 and Table 1 or Table 2 to wire
the controller for power. Insert each wire into the appropriate terminal until
the insulation is seated against the connector with no bare wire exposed.
Tug gently after insertion to make a secure connection. Seal any unused
openings in the controller box with conduit opening sealing plugs.
Table 1 AC power wiring information (AC powered models only)
Terminal Description
Color—N. America Color—EU
NOTICE
1
Hot (L1)
Black
Brown
Install the device in a location and position that gives easy access to the disconnect
device and its operation.
2
Neutral (N)
White
Blue
—
Protective Earth (PE)
Ground lug
Green
Green w/yellow
stripe
The controller can be purchased as either a 100-240 VAC powered model
or a 24 VDC powered model. Follow the appropriate wiring instructions for
the purchased model.
The controller can be wired for line power by hard-wiring in conduit or
wiring to a power cord. Regardless of the wire used, the connections are
made at the same terminals. A local disconnect designed to meet local
electrical code is required and must be identified for all types of installation.
In hard-wired applications, the power and safety ground service drops for
the instrument must be 18 to 12 AWG.
Table 2 DC power wiring information (DC powered models only)
Terminal
Description
Color—N. America
Color—EU
1
+24 VDC
Red
Red
2
24 VDC return
Black
Black
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1
2
3
4
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Alarms and relays
The controller is equipped with four unpowered, single pole relays rated
100-250 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 5 amp resistive maximum. Contacts are rated
250 VAC, 5 amp resistive maximum for the AC powered controller and 24
VDC, 5A resistive maximum for the DC powered controller. The relays are
not rated for inductive loads.
AC line (100—250 V) powered controllers
The wiring compartment is not designed for voltage connections in excess
of 250 VAC.
24 VDC powered controllers
WARNING
Potential electrocution hazard. AC mains powered controllers (115 V–
230 V) are designed for relay connections to AC mains circuits (i.e.,
voltages greater than 16 V-RMS, 22.6 V-PEAK or 35 VDC).
Wiring relays
WARNING
Potential Electrocution Hazard. Always disconnect power to the
instrument when making electrical connections.
WARNING
Potential fire hazard. The relay contacts are rated 5A and are not fused.
External loads connected to the relays must have current limiting
devices provided to limit current to < 5 A.
WARNING
Potential fire hazard. Do not daisy-chain the common relay connections
or jumper wire from the mains power connection inside the instrument.
WARNING
Potential electrocution hazard. In order to maintain the NEMA/IP
environmental ratings of the enclosure, use only conduit fittings and
cable glands rated for at least NEMA 4X/IP66 to route cables in to the
instrument.
WARNING
Potential electrocution hazard. 24 V powered controllers are designed
for relay connections to low voltage circuits (i.e., voltages less than 16
V-RMS, 22.6 V-PEAK or 35 VDC).
The 24 VDC controller relays are designed for connection to LOW voltage
circuits (i.e., voltages less than 30 V-RMS, 42.2 V-PEAK or 60 VDC). The
wiring compartment is not designed for voltage connections above these
levels.
The relay connector accepts 18-12 AWG wire (as determined by load
application). Wire gauge less than 18 AWG is not recommended.
The Normally Open (NO) and Common (COM) relay contacts will be
connected when an alarm or other condition is active. The Normally Closed
(NC) and Common relay contacts will be connected when an alarm or
other condition is inactive (unless the Fail Safe is set to Yes) or when power
is removed from the controller.
Most relay connections use either the NO and COM terminals or the NC
and COM terminals. The numbered installation steps show connection to
the NO and COM terminals.
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1
2
3
4
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Analog output connections
WARNING
Potential Electrocution Hazard. Always disconnect power to the
instrument when making electrical connections.
• Use of non-shielded cable may result in radio frequency emission
or susceptibility levels higher than allowed.
• Maximum loop resistance is 500 ohm.
5. Close the controller cover and tighten the cover screws.
6. Configure outputs in the controller.
Figure 8 Analog output connections
WARNING
Potential electrocution hazard. In order to maintain the NEMA/IP
environmental ratings of the enclosure, use only conduit fittings and
cable glands rated for at least NEMA 4X/IP66 to route cables in to the
instrument.
Two isolated analog outputs (1 and 2) are provided (Figure 8). Such
outputs are commonly used for analog signaling or to control other external
devices.
Make wiring connections to the controller as shown in Figure 8 and
Table 3.
Note: Figure 8 shows the back of the controller cover and not the inside of the main
controller compartment.
Table 3 Output connections
1.
2.
3.
4.
Recorder wires
Circuit board position
Output 1+
1
Output 1-
2
Output 2+
3
Output 2-
4
Open the controller cover.
Feed the wires through the strain relief.
Adjust the wire as necessary and tighten the strain relief.
Make connections with twisted-pair shielded wire and connect the
shield at the controlled component end or at the control loop end.
• Do not connect the shield at both ends of the cable.
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Connect a digital sc sensor
Connect the optional digital communication output
Note: To connect an analog sensor, refer to the instructions supplied in the module
or sensor manual.
The manufacturer supports Modbus RS485, Modbus RS232 and Profibus
DPV1 communication protocols. The optional digital output module is
installed in the location indicated by item 4 in Figure 7 on page 12. Refer
to the instructions supplied with the network module for more details.
For information about Modbus registers, refer to http://www.hachlange.com or http://www.hach.com.
A digital sc sensor can be connected to the controller using the keyed
quick-connect fitting (Figure 9). A digital sensor can be connected with the
controller powered on or off.
When a sensor is connected with the controller powered on, the controller
does not automatically perform a device scan. To make the controller
perform a device scan, navigate to the Test/Maintenance menu and select
Scan Devices. If a new device is found, the controller performs the
installation process without further user action.
When a sensor is connected with the controller powered off, the controller
will perform a device scan when it is powered on again. If a new device is
found, the controller performs the installation process without further user
action.
Retain the connector cap to seal the connector opening in case the sensor
must be removed.
Figure 9 Digital sensor quick connect
1.
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Install a Secure Digital (SD) memory card
For instructions on how to install an SD card in the controller, refer to
Figure 10. Information on how to use the SD memory card can be found
in Using the secure digital memory (SD) card on page 34.
To remove an SD card, push down on the edge of the card and release,
then pull the card up and out of the slot. After the card is removed, close
the slot cover and tighten the cover screws.
Figure 10 SD card installation
User interface and navigation
User interface
The keypad has four menu keys and four directional keys as shown in
Figure 11.
Figure 11 Keypad and front panel overview
Inputs and outputs are set up and configured through the front panel using
the keypad and display screen. This user interface is used to set up and
configure inputs and outputs, create log information and calculated values,
and calibrate sensors. The SD interface can be used to save logs and
update software.
Reading and measurement screens
When two sensors are connected, push the HOME key and then push the
Right or Left arrows to toggle through the available measurement display
options. A combination screen is the default display mode when two
sensors are connected.
Push the UP or DOWN arrows to toggle the status bar at the bottom of the
measurement display. The footer bar displays controller, sensor, or
network card errors and warnings; sensor and network card process
events; secondary measurements and outputs.
If a menu has more options than can be displayed at one time, a scroll bar
will appear on the right side of the display. Push the UP or DOWN arrows
to scroll through the available menu items.
Display
Figure 12 shows an example of the main measurement screen with a DO
sensor connected to the controller.
The front panel display screen shows sensor measurement data,
calibration and configuration settings, errors, warnings and other
information.
1 Instrument display
5 BACK key. Moves back one level in
the menu structure.
2 Cover for secure digital memory card
slot
6 MENU key. Moves to the Settings
Menu from other screens and
submenus.
3 HOME key. Moves to the Main
Measurement screen from other
screens and submenus.
7 Directional keys. Used to navigate
through the menus, change settings,
and increment or decrement digits.
4 ENTER key. Accepts input values,
updates, or displayed menu options.
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Table 4 Icon descriptions (continued)
Figure 12 Example of Main Measurement screen
Icon
Description
Warning
A warning icon consists of an exclamation point within a triangle.
Warning icons appear in the display footer along with a number
that indicates the associated device.
•
•
•
•
Error
0=controller
1=sensor 1
2=sensor 2
3=network card
An error icon consists of an exclamation point within a circle. When
an error occurs, the error icon and the measurement screen each
flash again and again in the main display.
System startup
1 Home screen icon
7 Date
2 Sensor name
8 Measurement parameter
3 SD Memory card icon
9 Analog output values, error and
warning messages and secondary
measurements.
4 Relay status indicator
10 Warning icon
5 Measurement value
11 Time
6 Measurement units or warning icon
12 Measurement name
Table 4 Icon descriptions
Icon
Description
Home screen The icon may vary depending on the screen or menu being
displayed. For example, if an SD card is installed, an SD card icon
appears here when the user is in the SD Card Setup menu.
SD memory
card
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This icon appears only if an SD card is in the reader slot. When a
user is in the SD Card Setup menu, this icon appears in the upper
left corner.
When initially powered up, the Language, Date Format and Date/Time
screens appear in order. After these options are set, the controller
performs a device scan and displays the message Scanning for devices.
Please wait... If a new device is found, the controller performs an
installation process before displaying a main measurement screen.
If the scan finds previously installed devices without configuration
changes, the main measurement screen of the device in the number one
position appears immediately after the scan is complete.
If a device has been removed from the controller or is not found during the
next power-cycled or menu-driven scan, the controller displays a Device
missing message and prompts to delete the missing device.
If no sensor is connected to an installed analog module, the controller will
indicate an error. If devices are connected but not found by the controller,
refer to Troubleshooting on page 38.
Set the language, date and time for the first time
The controller displays the language, date and time edit screens when the
controller is powered on for the first time, and when it is powered on after
the configuration settings have been set to their default values.
After the language, date and time options are set for the first time, update
the options as necessary through the setup menu.
1. In the Language screen, highlight a language in the options list and
push the ENTER key. English is the default language for the controller.
The selected language is saved. The Date Format screen appears.
2. In the Date Format screen, highlight a format and push the ENTER
key.
The date and time format is saved. Next, the Date /Time screen
appears.
3. In the Date/Time screen, push the RIGHT or LEFT arrow keys to
highlight a field, then push the UP and DOWN arrow keys to update
the value in the field. Update the other fields as necessary.
4. Push the ENTER key.
The changes are saved and the controller performs a start-up scan for
devices. If connected devices are found, the controller displays the
main measurement screen for the device in the number one position.
If the controller fails to find connected devices, refer to
Troubleshooting on page 38.
1. To navigate to the menu options, from the Settings Menu, select sc200
Setup.
Option
Description
Security setup
Sets the passcode preferences
Output setup
Configures the controller analog outputs
Relay setup
Configures the controller relays
Display contrast
Adjusts the contrast of the controller display
Set Date/Time
Sets the controller time and date
Datalog setup
Configures data logging options. (Available if Calculation
has been setup. At least one sensor must be attached to
enter a calculation.)
• Set Mode—Snap shot, Average, Maximum, Minimum.
• Set Interval—5 sec, 30 sec, 1 min, 2 min, 5 min, 10
min, 15 min, 30 min
Error Hold Mode
Adjust the display contrast
1. From the Settings Menu, select sc200 Setup.
2. Select Display Contrast.
3. Use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to adjust the contrast to a value
between the minimum of +1 and the maximum of +9.
Transfer Outputs—Switches to transfer mode when
controller loses communication with the sensor. Outputs
transfer to a pre-defined value.
sc200
Information
S/W VER:—Displays the current version of controller
software.
Bootloader VER:—Displays the current Bootloader
version. The Bootloader is a file that loads the main
operating system for the controller.
Controller configuration information
General information about configuration options is listed in the table. Stepby-step information for how to configure some of the options can be found
on the CD.
Hold Outputs—Holds outputs at last known value when
controller loses communication with the sensor.
S/N:—Displays the controller serial number.
Edit name
Assigns a name to the controller
Language
Assigns the language used in the controller
2. Select an option and push ENTER to activate the menu item.
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Advanced operations
Security setup
Enable or disable the passcode
By default the passcode option is disabled and all configuration settings
and calibrations can be changed. When the passcode function is enabled,
access to Sensor calibration and Test/Maint menus requires a passcode.
To enable the passcode:
1.
2.
3.
4.
From the Settings Menu, select sc200 Setup and push the ENTER key.
Select Security Setup and push the ENTER key.
Select Set Passcode and push the ENTER key.
Select Disabled or Enabled and push the ENTER key.
The passcode is enabled.
5. Push the BACK key to return to the sc200 Setup Menu, or push the
MENU key to return to the Settings Menu.
Edit the passcode
The passcode is factory set to SC200. The Edit Passcode menu option
appears in the Security Setup menu only after the passcode feature is
enabled and a valid passcode has been entered.
A passcode consists of up to six upper or lower-case alpha, numeric and
special characters. Passcodes are case-sensitive.
To edit the passcode:
1. Make sure the passcode is enabled. Refer to Enable or disable the
passcode on page 22 for information on how to enable the passcode.
2. From the Settings menu, select Security Setup and push ENTER.
3. Use the arrow keys to enter the current valid passcode and push
ENTER.
The Edit Passcode option appears in the Security Setup menu.
4. Select Edit Pass Code and push ENTER.
The Edit Pass Code screen appears.
5. Use the arrow keys to edit the passcode and push ENTER.
The new passcode is saved and the Security Setup menu appears.
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Note: All menus stay accessible until the HOME key is pushed or the controller
is restarted.
6. Push the HOME key or perform a controller restart.
The new passcode settings are saved, and the new passcode is
required to enter the Security Setup, Datalog Setup and Test/Maint
menus.
Configure a 4-20 mA input module
An analog module must be installed in the controller.
1. Determine what output the the connected device is using (0-20 mA or
4-20 mA). This information will be used to set the scale.
2. Determine what the 20 mA value is equal to (e.g, 100 psi).
3. Determine what the low end (0 or 4 mA) value is equal to (e.g., 10 psi).
This information will be used to set the display range.
4. From the Settings Menu, select Sensor Setup.
5. Select Configure.
6. Update the options.
a. Highlight an option and push ENTER.
b. Make a selection or update the entries.
c. Push ENTER to save the changes.
Option
Description
Edit name
Edits the module name
Edit units
Edits the measurement units
Edit parameter
Edits the parameter name
Option
Description
Display range
Sets the values used for the selected
scale (0-20 mA or 4-20 mA)
For the 0-20 mA scale:
2. Select Edit Name and enter a name for the module. Push ENTER to
save the name.
3. Select an output (A, B, C) and push ENTER.
Note: Outputs A and B can be configured for HART communications.
• Set the 20 mA value
• Set the 0 mA value
a. Highlight an option and push ENTER.
b. Make a selection from the list or update the entries.
c. Push ENTER to save the changes.
For the 4-20 mA scale:
• Set the 20 mA value
• Set the 4 mA value
Option
Description
Select Source
Sets how often signals are averaged.
Higher values produce a smoother
signal but increase the time it takes
for a signal to respond to a change in
the process value.
Selects the output to configure—None, sensor 1 name,
sensor 2 name, calculation (if set up). For sensor output,
Select Parameter sets the measurement options. When
the measurement is autorange, Set Range sets the range.
Set Low Value
Sets the 4 mA value (default: 0.000). (Range and units
depend on sensor)
X.XXX, XX.XX, XXX.X, XXXX
Sets the number of decimal places
used in the display.
Set High Value
Sets the 20 mA value (default: 1.000). (Range and units
depend on sensor)
Select scale—
Sets scale used for the 4-20 mA input
Set Transfer
Sets the transfer value. Range 3.0 to 23.0 mA (default
4.000).
Set Filter
Sets a time-average filter value of 0 (default) to 120
seconds.
Set HART
Address
Sets the address. Range 0 to 63.
Signal average
Set resolution—
4-20 mA or 0-20 mA
Data log interval—5 sec, 30 sec, 1
Sets how often data is logged to the
min, 2 min, 5 min, 10 min, 15 min, 30 internal controller memory.
min, 60 min
Reset defaults—Push ENTER to
Resets configuration settings to the
reset configuration settings or push default values.
the BACK key to cancel.
Configure a 4-20 mA output module
Note: If a device malfunction is detected, the output goes to the user-selected
transfer value.
Configure the controller analog outputs
The Network Setup option appears in the Settings Menu only if an analog
output module or other network module such as Modbus, HART or
Profibus is installed in the controller.
Outputs for analog output modules are set at 4-20 mA. Outputs can be
assigned to represent a measured parameter such as pH, temperature,
flow or calculated values.
The controller analog outputs can be assigned to represent the measured
parameter or secondary measurements such as temperature and
calculations. To configure the options, highlight a menu option, push
ENTER and select an option or update the entries. Push ENTER after an
option is selected or the entries are updated.
1. From the Settings menu, select Network Setup.
1. From the Settings menu, select sc200 Setup.
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2. Select Output Setup.
3. Select Output 1 or Output 2.
4. Choose Select Source and select a source from the list. Typically the
source is one of the sensors attached to the system. If an analog input
card is installed, the analog input may be used as a source.
5. From the Output Setup menu, choose Select Parameter and choose
an option from the list. Parameters will vary depending on the type of
sensors installed.
6. From the Output Setup menu, select Set Function and choose a
function. Further setup options will vary depending on which function
is chosen.
Option
Description
Linear
Signal is linearly dependent on the process value
PID
Signal works as a PID (Proportional, Integral, Derivative)
controller
Logarithmic Signal is represented logarithmically within the process variable
range
Bilinear
Signal is represented as two linear segments within the process
variable range
7. From the Output Setup menu, select Activation. Use the information in
the table below the chosen function to configure the options.
8. If Transfer is or will be selected as the Error Hold Mode, or if the
Transfer will be used during calibration or other functions within the
sensor menu, select Set Transfer from the Output Setup menu and
enter the transfer value.
9. From the Output Setup menu, select Set Filter and enter the filter value.
10. From the Output Setup menu, select Scale and choose the scale (0-20
mA or 4-20 mA).
• Linear
Option
Description
Set low value
Sets the low endpoint of the process variable range
Set high value
Sets the high endpoint of the process variable range
• PID
Option
Manual—the signal is controlled by the user through
manual adjustment of the % change value identified in the
menu as Manual Output.
Phase (Direct
or Reverse)
The direction in which the signal responds to process
change.
Direct—signal increases as the process increases.
Reverse—signal increases as process decreases.
Set setpoint
Creates a desired control point of process
Prop band
A function of the difference between the measured signal
and the desired setpoint.
Integral
The period of time from the injection point of a reagent to
contact with the measuring device.
Derivative
Used to compensate for the 2nd order effects of the process.
The majority of applications can be controlled without the
use of the derivative setting.
Transit time
Stops all PID control for a selected period of time as the
sample travels from the control pump to the measurement
sensor.
• Logarithmic
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Description
Set mode (Auto Auto—the signal is automatically controlled by the algorithm
or Manual)
within the analyzer using proportional, integral, and
derivative inputs.
Option
Description
Figure 13 Logarithmic output
Set 50% value Sets the value corresponding to 50% of the process variable
range.
Set high value Sets the upper value of the process varible range
• Bilinear
Option
Description
Set low value
Sets the low endpoint value of the process variable
range.
Set high value
Sets the high endpoint value of the process variable
range.
Set knee point value Sets the value at which the process variable range
divides into another linear segment.
Set knee point
current
Sets the value of the current at the knee point value.
Logarithmic output mode
Figure 13 shows in graph form the operation of the logarithmic output
mode.
1 Output current axis
5 Minimum output current (0-4 mA)
2 Source value axis
6 50% output current
3 High value
7 Maximum output current (20 mA)
4 50% value
Bilinear output mode
Figure 14 shows in graph form the operation of the bilinear output mode.
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3. From the Relay Setup menu, choose Select Source and push
ENTER. Normally, a source is one of the sensors attached to the
system, but the controller can also function as a source. If an analog
input module is installed, the source may be the analog input.
4. From the Relay Setup menu, select Set Parameter and choose from
the list of parameters. The list of parameter options will vary with the
type of attached sensor.
5. From the Relay Setup menu, select Set Function and choose from the
list. Further setup will depend on the function chosen.
Figure 14 Bilinear output
1 Output current axis
5 Low value
2 Source value axis
6 Minimum output current (0-4 mA)
3 High value
7 Knee point current
4 Knee point value
8 Maximum output current (20 mA)
Configure relays
The Normally Open (NO) and Common (COM) relay contacts will be
connected when an alarm or other condition is active. The Normally Closed
(NC) and Common relay contacts will be connected when an alarm or
other condition is inactive (unless the Fail Safe is set to Yes), or when
power is removed from the controller. To select a menu option, highlight
the option and push ENTER.
1. From the sc200 Setup menu, select Relay Setup.
2. Select a relay from the list.
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Option
Description
Scheduler Function
(available if the
controller is selected as
the relay source)
Relay switches at certain times independently of
any process value
Alarm Function
Relay activates when upper or lower alarm value
is exceeded
Feeder Control Function
Relay indicates if a process value exceeds or falls
below a setpoint
Event Control Function
Relay toggles if a process value reaches an upper
or lower limit
Pulse Width Modulation
(PWM) Control Function
Relay uses a Pulse Width Modulation control
depending on a process value
Frequency control
Relay switches with a frequency depending on a
process value
Warning
Relay indicates warning and error conditions in
probes
6. From the Relay Setup menu, select Set Transfer and choose Active or
Inactive.
7. From the Relay Setup menu, select Fail Safe and choose Yes or No.
8. From the Relay Setup menu, select Activation.
The activation options for the selected function appear. Use the
information in the table below each function to update the options.
9. Test the relay function to make sure it is properly energizing the
connected device. Relay testing is performed through the Test/Maint
option of the Settings menu.
Option
Description
High
deadband
Sets the range where the relay remains on after the measured
value decreases below the high alarm value. For example, if
the high alarm is set for 4.0 and the high deadband is set for
0.5, the relay remains on between 3.5 and 4.0. Default is 5%
of the range.
Off delay
Sets a time (0-300 seconds) to delay the relay from normally
turning off.
On delay
Sets a delay time for the relay to turn on (Default: 5 seconds)
• Scheduler Function
Option
Description
Hold outputs Holds outputs in the present ON or OFF state.
Run days
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,
Saturday
Start time
Sets the start time
Interval
Sets the time between activation cycles (Default value: 5 min)
Duration
Sets the period of time the relay is energized (Default value:
30 sec)
Off delay
Sets the time for additional hold/output time after the relay has
been turned off
• Feeder Function
Option
Description
Phase
Defines the relay status if the process value exceeds the
setpoint.
High (default)—turns the relay on when the process value
exceeds the setpoint.
Low—turns the relay on when the process value falls below
the setpoint.
• Alarm function
Option
Description
Low alarm
Sets the value where the relay will turn on in response to
decreasing measured value. For example, if the low alarm is
set for 1.0 and the measured value drops to 0.9, the relay
activates.
High alarm
Sets the value where the relay will turn on in response to
increasing measured value. For example, if the high alarm is
set for 1.0 and the measured value increases to 1.1, the relay
activates.
Low
deadband
Sets the range where the relay remains on after the measured
value increases above the low alarm value. For example, if
the low alarm is set for 1.0 and the low deadband is set for 0.5,
the relay remains on between 1.0 and 1.5. Default is 5% of the
range.
Set setpoint
Sets the process value at which the relay toggles (Default
value: 10)
Deadband
Sets a hysteresis so the relay will not swing unregulated
when the process value converges to the setpoint.
Overfeed timer Sets a time period for de-activating an active relay if the
process setpoint cannot be reached. Once an overfeed
alarm is present, it must be manually reset.
Off delay
Sets a delay time for the relay to turn off (Default: 5 seconds)
On delay
Sets a delay time for the relay to turn on (Default: 5 seconds)
• Event Control
Option
Description
Set setpoint
Sets the value where the relay will turn on
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Option
Description
Option
Description
Deadband
Sets a hysteresis so the relay will not swing unregulated when
the process value converges to the setpoint
Set mode
Auto—The relay works as a PID controller.
Manual—the relay output has an On/Off ratio as set in the
Manual Output menu.
OnMax timer Sets the maximum time the relay can remain on (Default: + 0
min)
Phase
OffMax timer Sets the maximum time the relay can remain off (Default: + 0
min)
Reverses the leading sign of the control deviation for the
PID controller (Default: Direct)
Set setpoint
Sets the process value which is controlled by the PID
controller
Dead zone
Band around the setpoint. In this band, the PID controller
does not change the output frequency. The dead zone is
determined as the setpoint +/- the dead zone.
Pulse width
Sets the cycle duration (0-600 seconds) of the PWM output
signal. (Default: 5 seconds)
OnMin timer
Sets the time the relay will remain on independent from the
measured value (Default: + 0 min)
OffMin timer
Sets the time the relay will remain off independent from the
measured value (Default: + 0 min)
• Pulse Width Modulation Function
Option
Description
Minimum
pulses
Sets the minimum number of pulses per minute at which
the relay can operate
Set mode
Auto—the relay output works as a PID controller.
Manual—the relay output has an On/Off ratio as set in the
Manual Output menu.
Maximum
pulses
Sets the maximum number of pulses per minute at which
the relay can operate
Phase
Reverses the leading sign of the control deviation for the PID
controller (Default: Direct)
Prop band
Sets the proportional part of the PID controller
Integral
Sets the derivative part of the PID controller (Default: 15
minutes)
Set setpoint Creates a setpoint value
• Warning
Dead zone
A band around the setpoint. In this band the PID controller does
not change the PWM On/Off ratio output signal. The dead zone
is determined as the setpoint +/- the dead zone.
Period
Sets the cycle duration of the PWM output signal (Default: 5
seconds)
Min width
Sets the minimum PWM ratio (Default: 0%)
Relay function graphs
Max width
Sets the maximum PWM ratio (Default: 100%)
Prop band
Sets the proportional part of the PID controller
Integral
Sets the integral part of the PID controller (Default: 15 minutes)
Figure 15, Figure 16, Figure 17, Figure 18, Figure 19, Figure 20,
Figure 21, Figure 22 and Figure 23 show in graph form the behavior of a
relay when in different function modes.
• Frequency Control Function
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Option
Description
Warning
Sets the level for warning activation
Figure 16 Feeder control mode
Figure 15 Alarm mode
1 High alarm
5 ON delay
2 High deadband
6 OFF delay
3 Low deadband
7 Time (x-axis)
4 Low alarm
8 Source (y-axis)
1 Deadband (Phase = Low)
6 Time (x-axis)
2 Deadband (Phase = High)
7 ON delay (phase set high)
3 setpoint
8 OFF delay (phase set low)
4 OFF delay (phase set high)
9 Source (y-axis)
5 ON delay (phase set low)
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Figure 17 Feeder control mode (Phase low, Overfeed timer)
1 Deadband
5 ON delay
2 setpoint
6 OFF delay
3 Overfeed timer
7 Source (y-axis)
4 Time (x-axis)
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Figure 18 Event control mode (no delay)
1 High alarm
4 OnMax-time
2 Low alarm
5 OffMax-time
3 Time (x-axis)
6 Source (y-axis)
Figure 19 Event control mode (OnMin timer, OffMin timer)
Figure 20 Event control mode (ON/OFF delay)
1 High alarm
5 OnMin timer
1 High alarm
4 OFF delay
2 Low alarm
6 OffMin timer
2 Low alarm
5 Time (x-axis)
3 OffMin timer
7 Source (y-axis)
3 ON delay
6 Source (y-axis)
4 Time (x-axis)
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Figure 21 Pulse Width Modulation control (linear mode)
Figure 22 Frequency control mode
1 High alarm
4 Time (x-axis)
1 High limit
4 Cycle duration
2 Low alarm
5 Selected source (y-axis)
2 Low limit
5 Selected source (y-axis)
3 Period
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3 Time (x-axis)
Figure 23 Relay timer mode
Option
Description
On/High This channel is active when either the switch input is On (or closed),
or the logic level voltage input is at a High level.
Off/Low
This channel is active when either the switch input is Off (or opened),
or the logic level voltage input is at a Low level.
6. Select a warning option and push ENTER.
Option
Description
Off
An active discrete input does not trigger a device warning.
On
An active discrete input triggers a device warning.
7. Select an output mode option and push ENTER.
1 Duration
3 Interval
2 OFF delay
4 Time (x-axis)
Set up the discrete inputs
Use these inputs to switch closure inputs or logic level voltage inputs.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the MENU key.
Select sc200 Setup and push ENTER.
Select Discrete Input Setup and push ENTER.
Select the desired channel (Input 1, Input 2 or Input 3) and push
ENTER.
5. Select a control logic option and push ENTER.
Option
Description
Disable
This channel is disabled and not used.
Option
Description
Active
Output level continues to represent operating conditions.
Hold
Output level is held static.
Transfer
Output level moves to a pre-configured value.
8. Select the sensors that will have their outputs (analog and relay)
affected when one of the discrete inputs becomes active. Push
ENTER.
9. Use the arrows to select the On Delay value (the duration time delay
between the discrete input activation and the configured response of
the controller). Push ENTER.
10. Use the arrows to select the Off Delay value (the duration time delay
between the discrete input de-activation and the configured response
of the controller). Push ENTER.
11. Repeat steps 4–10 for each desired channel.
12. If a discrete input needs to be changed after initially set up:
a. Repeat steps 1–4 and an Input Settings menu appears with the
following options:
• Control Logic
• Set Warning
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• Output Mode
• On Delay
• Off Delay
b. Select the desired option and push ENTER.
c. Make the desired changes and push ENTER to save the changes
and return to the Inputs Setting menu.
Option
Description
Set units
Sets the units of measurement
Set parameter
Assigns the name of the measurement
Set the datalog mode and interval
Set up a calculation
Datalog Setup is available if a calculation has been set up.
Two sensors (digital sensors or sensor modules) must be installed in the
controller.
1. From the Settings menu, select sc200 Setup and push ENTER.
2. Select Datalog Setup and push ENTER.
3. Select Set Mode and push ENTER.
1. From the sc200 Setup menu, select Calculation and push ENTER.
The calculation menu options appear.
2. Select a menu option and choose from the displayed list or update the
entry. Refer to the table below for more information about each option.
3. Push ENTER to save the selection or setting and return to the
Calculation menu.
4. Push the HOME key, MENU key or the BACK key to exit to other
menus.
Option
Description
Set variable X
Selects the sensor that corresponds to the variable set as
"X"
Set parameter X Selects the measurement type that corresponds to the
variable set as "X"
Set variable Y
Selects the sensor that corresponds to the variable set as
"Y"
Set parameter Y Selects the measurement type that corresponds to the
variable set as "Y"
Set formula
None, X-Y, X/Y, [X/Y]%, [X+Y]/2, X*Y, [X-Y]%/X
Display format
Sets the number of decimal places displayed in a
calculation result
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4. Select an option (Snap Shot, Average, Maximum, Minimum) and push
ENTER.
5. From the Datalog Setup menu, select Set Interval and push ENTER.
6. Select an interval from the list and push ENTER.
Using the secure digital memory (SD) card
An SD card must be installed in the controller.
• The SD card can be used to update software and firmware and to
download event and data logs. If the SD card is installed while the
controller is in the Settings Menu, push the HOME key and then the
MENU key to verify the option is visible. The SD icon will also be visible
in the upper status bar of the main measurement screen when a card
is installed.
• Data log files on the SD card are available in XML and binary formats.
• DataCom is used to convert files from binary to CSV format. Refer to
the DataCom manual for more information on how to use the
application. The DataCom manual, software updates and other
downloadable resources are available at http://www.hach.com/
download-resources.
Updating software
Notes:
• The controller does not automatically transfer information to or from an
SD card.
• Each controller will have an associated folder on the SD system. To
make sure software updates are in the correct folder for the controller
in use, it is best to use a separate dedicated SD card for each controller.
1. From the Settings Menu, select SD Card Setup and push the
ENTER key.
2. Select Upgrade Software and push the ENTER key.
Note: If the Upgrade Software option does not appear, do the steps in Firmware
updates with SD cards on page 36.
3. Select a device from the list and push the ENTER key. The list of
options includes the controller and all connected devices that have
software placed in the appropriate folder on the SD card.
4. If more than one version of the upgrade software is available, select a
version and push the ENTER key.
5. Push the ENTER key to begin the software transfer.
The display will show "Transferring files. Please wait..." The
percentage of completion appears in the bottom left corner of the
display. The upgrade cannot be halted once it has begun.
• When the transfer is successful, the display will show "Transfer
complete" along with a prompt to push ENTER to restart the
controller or to push the BACK key and exit to the SD Card Setup
menu. Controller updates take effect when the controller is
restarted. A restart is not necessary for sensor updates.
• If the transfer is unsuccessful, the display will show "Transfer failed"
and an error message. Press the ENTER key to acknowledge the
warning and exit out of the menu.
Saving data and event logs with SD cards
Notes:
• Data and event logs can be downloaded to an SD card and viewed with
any device capable of reading an SD card.
• Data logs store the measurement data at selected intervals in a packed
binary format (.flg file).
• Event logs store a variety of events that occur on the devices such as
configuration changes, alarms and warning conditions. Event logs are
set up during the sensor or module configuration process. Event logs
are stored in a CSV format.
1. From the Settings Menu, select SD Card Setup and push the
ENTER key.
2. Select Save Logs and push the ENTER key.
3. If more than one device appears on the screen, all devices are selected
by default. To deselect an item, highlight the selection and push the
left arrow key. Select the devices from which logs will be saved and
push the ENTER key.
4. Select the time period from which logs are to be saved.
Option
Description
Last Day
All logs from the last full 24 hours, starting from 12:00 a.m., and
any additional time remaining on the current day
Last Week
All logs from the last full week (7 days) starting from 12:00 a.m.,
and any additional time remaining on the current day
Last Month All logs from the last full month (30 days) starting from 12:00
a.m., and any additional time remaining on the current day
All
Save all logs in memory
New
All logs that are new since the last time logs were saved to the
SD card
5. Push the ENTER key to confirm the choice, and push the ENTER key
again to begin the file transfers.
6. Allow time for the files to transfer. The display will show Transferring
files. Please wait... and the percentage of files transferred.
If the transfer is successful, the display will show "Transfer complete."
If the transfer is not successful, the display will show "Transfer failed."
7. Do one of the following:
a. Push the ENTER key to exit back to the SD Card Setup menu.
b. Push the HOME key to return to the measurement screen.
c. Push the BACK keys to return to the Settings Menu.
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Access data and event log files on the SD card
A PC, a USB or other SD card reader device, Excel 2003 or higher (for
XML files) or the Data Com application (for binary flg files) are necessary
to view the event and data logs stored on an SD card.
Data logs have the following structure: Device Name, Device Serial
Number, Device Identification, Data Log, Time Stamp.
Event logs have the following structure: Device Name, Device Serial
Number, Device Identification, Event Log, Time Stamp.
To view data or event log files stored on the SD card:
1. Attach the card reader device to the PC (if necessary) and install the
SD card that contains the files in the reader device.
2. In the SD card directory, open the HACH folder.
3. Select the Logs folder.
4. Select a device folder.
The event and data log files in the folder are shown.
5. To view XML data log files:
a. Make sure the HachDatalog.xsl style sheet exists in the device
folder.
b. Open the Excel application.
c. Go to File, Open.
d. Select the data log file.
e. In the Import XML dialog box, select Open the file with the
following style sheet applied and select HachDatalog.xml.
f. Click OK to view the data.
6. To view binary data log (.flg) files:
a.
b.
c.
d.
Make sure the device driver (.flg.drv) file exists in the device folder.
Open Data Com.
In the File Viewer section, click Open.
Select the data log file.
The data log file is shown in the box and a comma separated values
(csv) file with the same file name is created. This csv file can be
opened in Excel.
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Firmware updates with SD cards
The latest firmware updates can be placed on an SD card. The SD card
can then be used to update the controller or device firmware.
A PC and a USB card reader or other device capable of reading an SD
card are necessary.
1. Find the zip file at http://www.hach.com/scsoftware and copy it to the
PC.
2. Extract the file to the SD card.
3. Remove the SD card and follow the instructions in this manual to
update the controller and device firmware.
Backup settings to an SD card
Saves the configuration of a device to the SD card.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Push the MENU key.
Select SD Card Setup and push ENTER.
Select Manage Configuration and push ENTER.
Select Backup Settings and push ENTER.
Select the devices to be backed up. All devices are selected by default.
To deselect an item, highlight the selection and push the left arrow key.
Push ENTER to begin the file transfers. If backup files already exist on
the SD card, a confirmation window appears. Select the devices again
and push ENTER. Wait for the "Transfer complete" message.
6. Push ENTER again to return to the Manage Configuration menu.
Restore settings to the controller
This menu selection only appears if a (serial number-specific) backup file
for the controller or one of the sensors connected to it exists on the SD
Card. This menu selection loads the configuration of a specific device from
the SD card to the same device (serial number-controlled function).
1. Push the MENU key.
2. Select SD Card Setup and push ENTER.
3. Select Manage Configuration and push ENTER.
4. Select Restore Settings and push ENTER.
5. Select the device that will be restored. All devices are selected by
default. To deselect an item, highlight the selection and push the left
arrow key. Push ENTER to begin the file transfers.
6. When the transfer is complete, push ENTER.
7. To have the settings take effect immediately, restart the controller.
Push the BACK key to exit the Manage Configuration menu.
c. Select the devices on the SD card. All devices are selected by
default. To deselect an item, highlight the selection and push the
left arrow key. Push ENTER to begin the file transfers.
7. When the transfer is complete, push ENTER to restart the connected
devices.
8. Push ENTER to restart the controller or push BACK to return to the
Manage Configuration menu.
Transfer settings to another device
Allows the configuration settings for a device to be transferred to an SD
card and then to another device of the same type.
Using the service port
1.
2.
3.
4.
Push the MENU key.
Select SD Card Setup and push ENTER.
Select Manage Configuration and push ENTER.
Select Transfer Settings and push ENTER. Two options appear:
• Retrieve Settings
• Copy Settings
5. To retrieve settings from the controller (or a device connected to it) and
put the settings on the SD card:
a. Select Retrieve Settings and push ENTER.
b. Select the devices that contain the information to be transferred.
All devices are selected by default. To deselect an item, highlight
the selection and push the left arrow key. Push ENTER to begin
the file transfers. Wait for the "Transfer complete" message.
c. If files already exist on the SD card, a confirmation window appears.
Select the devices again and push ENTER. Wait for the "Transfer
complete" message.
d. Push ENTER to return to the Manage Configuration menu.
6. To copy settings from the SD card to a controller (or a device connected
to it):
a. Select Transfer Settings and push ENTER.
b. Select Copy Settings and push ENTER.
The service port is used to download data files from the controller. To
download data and update software, use the service port in combination
with DataCom and a service cable (LZX887). The service port can also be
used to update controller and sensor firmware.
Using DataCom
When using the service port, it is necessary to use DataCom. DataCom is
a PC Application Utility that downloads data log and event log files from
the controller and installed sensors. Files are downloaded from the
controller through the controller service port or they can be placed on a
Secure Digital Memory (SD) card installed in the controller. In addition,
DataCom is used to upload software for the controller and sensors. The
DataCom application must be installed on a PC to read the files.
Refer to the DataCom manual for more information on how to use the
application. The DataCom manual, software updates and other
downloadable resources are available at http://www.hach.com/download/
resources.
Update the display language
The display language can be changed through the Setup menu.
1. From the Settings Menu, select sc200 Setup and push ENTER.
2. Select Language and push ENTER.
The list of language options appears. English is the default language
for the controller.
3. Highlight the language to be used for the controller and push ENTER.
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The selected language is saved and is used for the controller display.
The display returns to the sc200 Setup menu.
Update the date and time
The date and time settings can be changed through the Setup menu.
1. From the Settings menu, select sc200 Setup and push ENTER.
2. Select Set Date/Time and push ENTER.
3. Select Date Format from the Set Date/Time screen and push
ENTER.
4. Select a format and push ENTER.
5. Select Date/Time from the Set Date/Time screen and push ENTER.
6. Update the entries.
a. Use the right and left arrow keys to highlight a field.
b. Use the up and down arrow keys to change the values in the field
and push ENTER.
c. At the end of the date field, push the right arrow to wrap down to
the time fields.
d. Use the up and down and arrow keys to update the time fields.
7. Push ENTER to save the changes.
The controller returns to the Set Date/Time menu.
Note: Never use flammable or corrosive solvents to clean any part of the controller.
Use of these solvents may degrade the environmental protection of the unit and may
void the warranty.
1. Make sure the controller cover is securely closed.
2. Wipe the controller exterior with a cloth dampened with water, or with
a mixture of water and mild detergent.
Fuse replacement
Fuses are not user-serviceable items. The need for fuse replacement in
controllers indicates severe technical failure and is therefore considered
to be a service activity. If a blown fuse is suspected, contact Technical
Support.
Battery replacement
The lithium ion backup battery is not user replaceable.
Troubleshooting
Problem
Verify current output configuration.
No current output
Maintenance
CAUTION
Always remove power from the controller before performing
maintenance activities.
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Verify current output configuration.
Incorrect current output
DANGER
Test current output signal using the Test/
Maintenance submenu. Input a current value
and verify the output signal at the controller
connections.
Contact Technical Support.
Personal injury hazard. Only qualified personnel should conduct the tasks
described in this section of the manual.
Cleaning the controller
Resolution
Test current output signal using the Test/
Maintenance submenu. Input a current value
and verify the output signal at the controller
connections. If the output is incorrect, perform
an output calibration.
Problem
Resolution
Problem
Make sure relay connections are secure.
Make sure the SD card is properly formatted
with the FAT 32 format. The MMC format is not
supported. Follow the instructions of the card
manufacturer to format the SD card on a PC.
If using an external power source, make sure
the relay wiring is correct.
Make sure the relay configuration is correct.
No relay activation
Information not saving, or not
saving properly to the SD card.
Test the relay activation through the Test/
Maintenance menu. The relay should energize
and de-energize as selected.
SD card full
Make sure the SD card is properly formatted
Secure Digital Memory (SD) card
with a Fat 32 format. The MMC format is not
not recognized by the controller
supported. Follow the instructions of the card
manufacturer to format the SD card on a PC.
Controller cannot find software
updates on the SD card.
Install the SD card on a PC and make sure the
software files are located in the appropriate
update folder.
If the same SD card is used with multiple
controllers, each controller will have a separate
folder on the system. Make sure the software
updates are in the folder dedicated to the
controller in use.
Make sure the card is not larger than 32 GB.
Make sure an SD card is being used. Other
types of cards (such as xSD, micro SD, mini
SD) will not work properly.
Read the SD card with a PC or other card
reader device. Save important files and then
delete some or all of the files on the SD card.
Make sure an appropriate folder is created by
installing the SD card in the controller. An
update folder will automatically be created.
Make sure the SD card is properly oriented.
The copper traces should face toward the
controller display.
Make sure the SD card is fully seated in the slot
and the spring lock is engaged.
If the SD card has previously been in use,
format the card with the Fat 32 format, install
the card in the controller, and try downloading
files.
Try a different SD card.
Make sure the controller is not in calibration
mode and that the relay is not being held.
Reset the Overfeed Timer to make sure the
timer has not expired.
Resolution
Adjust the display contrast
Display is lit but shows no
Make sure protective film has been removed
characters or characters are faint from display.
or blurry.
Clean the outside of the controller, including
the display screen.
Make sure the AC power connections are
properly terminated in the controller.
Controller will not power up, or
powers up intermittently
Make sure the power strip, line power, wall plug
are all properly plugged in.
Contact Technical Support
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Problem
Resolution
Test and Maintenance menu
Make sure the module is properly installed.
1. From the Settings Menu, select Test/Maint and push ENTER.
Make sure the module selector switch is set to
the proper number.
Network or sensor module not
recognized
Remove sensor module and install the module
into the second analog slot. Apply power to the
controller and allow the controller to perform a
device scan.
Contact Technical Support.
If the sensor is an analog sensor and a
corresponding module is installed in the
controller, refer to the instructions supplied with
the Network or Sensor Module.
Make sure the digital connector wiring harness
is seated on the inside of the door assembly
and that the wiring harness is not damaged.
Sensor not recognized
Note: Example of possible display
message: ****
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Description
Scan devices
Performs a scan for active and missing devices.
Output cal
Calibrate 4 mA output (Min: 0 Max: 25000)
• Output 1
• Output 2
Hold outputs
Test output
Make sure that only two sensors are installed
in the controller. Although two analog module
ports are available, if a digital sensor and two
analog modules are installed, only two of the
three devices will be seen by the controller.
Power cycle the controller
Set activation—Launch or release
Set Channels—All (default) or select from hardware
list
• Output 1
• Output 2
Perform a Device Scan from the Test/
Maintenance menu.
Calibrate 20 mA output (Min: 35000 Max: 65533)
Set Outmode—Hold Outputs (default) or Transfer
Outputs
If the digital sensor is connected to the
controller with a digital termination box, user
supplied junction box, digital extension cables,
or a user-supplied extension cable, connect
the sensor directly to the controller and perform
a device scan. If the controller recognizes the
sensor, check that all the wiring in the junction
boxes or extension cables is correct.
Contact Technical Support
Device Missing error message
appears
Option
Min: 0 mA (default +04.00)
Max: 25.00 mA
Status
View status of all modules, sensors and relays.
Test relay—A, B, C, D
Energize or De-energize the selected relay
Overfeed reset
Resets the Overfeed Timer.
Reset default config
Resets controller configuration settings to default
values
Restart sc200
Performs a controller restart
Device scan information
Option
Description
Simulation (only
displays if sensors or
modules are
connected)
Source-
Display message
Action
• <Module 1>
• <Module 2>
Installing device...please wait
The controller has found a new device.
No action is necessary. The controller
automatically performs an installation
process for the new device and displays
the main measurement screen of the
device installed in the number one
position.
Device missing <device id>
Displays Error and Good count stats for selected
port.
A previously installed device has been
removed from the controller or is not
detected.
•
•
•
•
• Push the Enter key to continue.
• Push the left arrow key to select or
de-select a missing device.
• Push the Enter key to delete the
missing device.
(Footer displays current source selection)
Parameter—Source measurement type (footer
displays current source selection)
Sim value—Use arrow keys to change value (footer
displays current source selection)
Modbus stats
System data
Sensor port 1, 2, 3 or 4
Network port
Service port
Clear stats
Displays the current system current, temperature
and voltage data.
The controller will display the main
measurement screen for the device in
the number one position.
Note: This message also displays when a
device is missing and a new device has been
installed. After the missing device is deleted,
the controller automatically installs the new
device and displays Installing device...please
wait. The controller then displays the main
measurement screen for the device installed in
the number one position.
Warning and error conditions
Follow the steps below to acknowledge controller warnings.
1. From the Settings menu, select Diagnostics and push ENTER.
2. Select the device (controller, sensor, network card) with the warning
or error and push ENTER.
3. Select the warning, error or event list and push ENTER.
4. Select Yes and push ENTER to acknowledge the warning.
Note: Errors cannot be acknowledged.
5. For more information on a specific warning, error or event, refer to the
device manual.
Replacement parts and accessories
Description
Item number
4 GB Secure Digital Memory (SD) card
9218100
Connector kit for digital sensor
9201000
Controller installation kit
8806200
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Description
DataCom cable
Item number
LZX887
Description
Item number
Profibus network module
YAB104
Manual CD (non-EU)
DOC083.97.80040
Profibus M12 connector kit
9178500
Manual CD (EU)
DOC083.98.80040
Profibus M12 socket (hard wire to quick connector
adapter)
9178200
Profibus M12 T-splitter
9178400
Mounting bracket inserts
9177900
Plug, conduit opening (set of 3)
5868700
Power cord kit, with strain relief, 125 VAC, U.S.style plug
9202900
Power cord kit, with strain relief, 230 VAC,
European-style plug
9203000
Screw driver
6134300
SD card reader
9218200
SD card cover kit for sc200 controller
9200900
Screws for controller installation kit
9177800
Cord grip kit (1)
9178000
Sealing washer for cord grip assembly
1033814
UV protection screen
8809200
Weather and sun shield w/ UV protection screen
9220600
Sensor and communication modules
Conductivity module
9013000
Flow module
9012700
4-20 mA input module
9012800
pH and DO module
9012900
4-20 mA output module
9334600
Modbus network module
9013200
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