Rockwell / Allen-Bradley 1771-IXHR Installation Instructions

Rockwell / Allen-Bradley 1771-IXHR Installation Instructions
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Installation Instructions
(Catalog Number 1771-IXHR Series C)
Contents
This icon is used when
additional information is
available in the High Resolution
Thermocouple/Millivolt Input
Module User Manual,
publication 1771-6.5.131.
Use this document as a guide when installing the 1771-IXHR/C High
Resolution Thermocouple/mV input module.
To
Prevent Electrostatic Discharge
Understand Compliance to European Union Directives
Understand Product Compatibility
Calculate Power Requirements
Determine Module Placement
See page
Below
2
2
3
3
Key the Backplane Connector
3
Install the Module and Field Wiring Arm
4
Connect Wiring to the Field Wiring Arm
5
Ground the Chassis and Module
6
Configure the Module
7
For this reference information
Status Indicators
Troubleshooting
Specifications
Prevent Electrostatic
Discharge
See page
9
9
11
The High Resolution Thermocouple/Millivolt input module is
sensitive to electrostatic discharge.
!
ATTENTION: Electrostatic discharge can damage
integrated circuits or semiconductors if you touch
backplane connector pins. Follow these guidelines
when you handle the module:
• Touch a grounded object to discharge static potential
• Wear an approved wrist-strap grounding device
• Do not touch the backplane connector or
connector pins
• Do not touch circuit components inside the module
• If available, use a static-safe work station
• When not in use, keep the module in its
static-shield bag
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Understand Compliance to
European Union Directives
This product has the CE mark and is approved for installation within
the European Union and EEA regions. It has been designed and
tested to meet the following directives.
EMC Directive
This product is tested to meet Council Directive 89/336/EEC
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and the following standards,
in whole or in part, documented in a technical construction file:
• EN 50081-2EMC – Generic Emission Standard,
Part 2 – Industrial Environment
• EN 50082-2EMC – Generic Immunity Standard,
Part 2 – Industrial Environment
This product is intended for use in an industrial environment.
Low Voltage Directive
This product is tested to meet Council Directive 73/23/EEC
Low Voltage, by applying the safety requirements of EN 61131–2
Programmable Controllers, Part 2 – Equipment Requirements and
Tests.
For specific information required by EN 61131-2, see the appropriate
sections in this publication, as well as these Allen-Bradley
publications:
• Industrial Automation Wiring and Grounding Guidelines For
Noise Immunity, publication 1770-4.1
• Guidelines for Handling Lithium Batteries, publication AG-5.4
• Automation Systems Catalog, publication B111
This equipment is classified as open equipment and must be mounted
in an enclosure during operation to provide safety protection.
Understand Product
Compatibility
The 1771-IXHR/C module can be used with any 1771 I/O chassis.
Compatibility and data table use is listed below.
Use of Data Table
atalo
Catalog
Nu
ber
Number
1771-IXHR/C
Compatibility
Input
Image
a e
Bits
Output
Image
a e
Bits
Read
Block
Bloc
Words
Write
Block
Bloc
Words
1/2-Slot
1-Slot
2-Slot
a i
Chassis
Series
erie
8
8
12/13
27/28
Yes
Yes
Yes
A, B
Addressing
A = Compatible with 1771-A1, -A2, -A4 chassis
B = Compatible with 1771-A1B, -A2B, -A3B, -A4B chassis
Yes = Compatible without restriction
No = Restricted to complementary module placement
Do not use this module with Cat. No. 1771-AL adapter, PLC-2/20 or
2/30 programmable controllers.
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Calculate Power
Requirements
3
The module receives its power through the 1771 I/O power supply.
The maximum current drawn by the module is 850mA (4.25 Watts).
Add this current to the requirements of all other modules in the I/O
chassis to prevent overloading the chassis backplane and/or
backplane power supply.
Determine Module
Placement in the I/O
Chassis
You can place your module in any I/O module slot of the I/O chassis
except for the extreme left slot. This slot is reserved for PC
processors or adapter modules.
!
ATTENTION: Do not insert or remove modules from
the I/O chassis while system power is ON. Failure to
observe this rule could result in damage to module
circuitry.
Group your modules to minimize adverse affects from radiated
electrical noise and heat. We recommend the following.
• Group analog input and low voltage dc modules away from ac
modules or high voltage dc modules to minimize electrical noise
interference.
• Do not place this module in the same I/O group with a discrete
high-density I/O module when using 2-slot addressing. This
module uses a byte in both the input and output image tables for
block transfer.
Key the Backplane Connector
Place your module in any slot in the chassis
except the leftmost slot which is reserved for
processors or adapters.
!
Position the keying bands in the backplane connectors to correspond to
the key slots on the module.
Place the keying bands:
between 20 and 22
between 24 and 26
ATTENTION: Observe the
following precautions when
inserting or removing keys:
• insert or remove keys with
your fingers
• make sure that key placement
is correct
Upper
Connector
I/O chassis
Incorrect keying or the use of a tool
can result in damage to the
backplane connector and possible
system faults.
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You can change the position of these bands if subsequent system design
and rewiring makes insertion of a different type of module necessary.
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!
Install the Module and
Field Wiring Arm
!
ATTENTION: The High Resolution
Thermocouple/Millivolt Input Module uses the same
keying slots as the 1771–IXE Thermocouple/Millivolt
Input Module. If you are replacing a 1771–IXE with a
1771–IXHR, the ladder program must be modified to
accept the new block transfer format.
ATTENTION: Remove power from the 1771 I/O
chassis backplane before you install the module.
Failure to remove power from the backplane
could cause:
• module damage
• degradation of performance
• injury or equipment damage due to possible
unexpected operation
1
Place the module in the card guides on the top and bottom of the chassis that guide the module into position.
Important: Apply firm even pressure on the module to seat it into its backplane connector.
1771-A1B, -A2B, -A3B, -A4B I/O chassis
Snap the chassis latch over the
top of the module to secure it.
2
1771-A1B, -A2B, -A4B Series B I/O chassis
Swing the chassis locking bar
down into place to secure the
modules. Make sure the locking
pins engage.
Attach the wiring arm (1771-WI) to the horizontal bar at the
bottom of the I/O chassis.
The wiring arm pivots upward and connects with the
module so you can install or remove the module without
disconnecting the wires.
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1771-WI
High Resolution Thermocouple/Millivolt Input Module
Connect Wiring to the
Field Wiring Arm
5
Connect your I/O devices to the field wiring arm (cat. no. 1771-WI)
shipped with the module.
ATTENTION: Remove power from the 1771 I/O
chassis backplane and field wiring arm before
removing or installing an I/O module.
!
• Failure to remove power from the backplane or
wiring arm could cause module damage, degradation
of performance, or injury.
• Failure to remove power from the backplane could
cause injury or equipment damage due to possible
unexpected operation.
Connection Diagram for the High Resolution Thermocouple/mV Input
Module (cat. no. 1771-IXHR/D)
Terminal Identification
+
Functional
Ground
Channel 1
–
+
Channel 2
–
Functional
Ground
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
Input 1 (+ lead)
Input 1 (– lead)
Input 2 (+ lead)
Input 2 (– lead)
Input 3 (+ lead)
Input 3 (– lead)
Input 4 (+ lead)
Input 4 (– lead)
Not Used
Not used
Input 5 (+ lead)
Input 5 (– lead)
Input 6 (+ lead)
Input 6 (– lead)
Input 7 (+ lead)
Input 7 (– lead)
Input 8 (+ lead)
Input 8 (– lead)
9
10
11
12
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Function
13
14
15
16
17
18
Terminal
Do not use 9 and 10 – reserved for cold junction
compensation within wiring arm.
Short circuit
unused pins
Connect positive thermocouple leads
to even–numbered terminals, negative
leads to odd–numbered terminals.
Ground cable shield to I/O chassis
mounting bolt.
Field Wiring Arm
Cat. No. 1771–WI
Short circuit all unused channels by
connecting a jumper wire from the
+ terminal to the – terminal
The sensor cable must be shielded. The shield must:
• extend the length of the cable, but be connected only at the 1771 I/O chassis
• extend up to the point of termination
Important:
The shield should extend to the termination point, exposing just enough cable to
adequately terminate the inner conductors. Use heat shrink or another suitable
insulation where the wire exits the cable jacket.
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Ground the Chassis and Module
Use the following diagrams to ground your
I/O chassis and input module. Follow these
steps to prepare the cable:
1
Chassis Ground
When you connect grounding conductors to the I/O chassis
grounding stud, place a star washer under the first lug, then
place a nut with captive lock washer on top of each ground lug.
Remove a length of cable
jacket from the Belden 8761 cable (mV) or
shielded thermocouple wire.
Ground Lug
Nut
Nut and Captive
Washer
Belden 8761 Cable
2
Pull the foil shield and bare
drain wire from the insulated wires.
Grounding Stud
Bare drain
wire
Star
Washer
I/O Chassis
Side Plate
Insulated
wires
Ground Lug1
Shield and Drain
twisted together
1Use the cup washer if crimp-on lugs are not used.
Foil
shield
Single-point Grounding
3
Twist the foil shield and drain
wire together to form a single strand.
4
Attach a ground lug.
Extend shield to termination point.
Expose just enough cable to adequately
terminate inner conductors.
Use heat shrink tubing
or other suitable
insulation where wire
exits cable jacket.
When using shielded cable wire, ground the foil
shield and drain wire only at one end of the cable.
We recommend that you wrap the foil shield and
drain wire together and connect them to a chassis
mounting bolt.
At the opposite end of the cable, tape exposed
shield and drain wire with electrical tape to insulate
it from electrical contact.
Refer to Wiring and Grounding Guidelines,
publication 1770-4.1 for additional
information.
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Shield and Drain
twisted together
#10 Thread-forming screw
External-tooth
Washers
High Resolution Thermocouple/Millivolt Input Module
Configure the Module
Dec. Bits
15
Octal Bits
17
Word 1
0.1s 0
0.5s 0
0.6s 0
0.7s 0
14
16
0
0
0
0
Use the configuration information below to configure your module
to your specifications.For detailed configuration information, see
chapter 5 of your High Resolution Thermocouple/mV Input Module
User Manual (publication 1771-6.5.131).
13 12 11 10 09
15 14 13 12 11
Sample time
0
0 1 0
0
0
0 1 0
1
0
1
1 0 0
1
1
1
0
0
0.8s
0
1
0
0
0
0
0.9s
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1.0s
0
0
1
0
0
0
1.5s
2.0s
2.5s
3.0s
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1 1
0
0
0
1
1 0 0 0
1 1
Real time sample interval bits - determine the sample
time for updating module inputs. You select sample time in
0.025 second intervals using binary code. (All values
between 0.025 and 3.1 seconds in 0.025 second intervals
are available.) Important: Use decimally addressed bit
locations for PLC-5 processors.
Temperature scale bit (T) - when set (1), reports
temperature in oF; when reset (0), in oC. The module
ignores this bit for millivolt inputs.
2
3
4, 6, 8, 10, 12,
14, 16, 18
5, 7, 9, 11, 13,
15, 17, 19
20, 21, 22, 23,
24, 25, 26, 27
28
7
08
10
T
07
07
Z
06
06
E
05
05
03
03
02
02
0
1
04
04
Type
0
1
00
00
0
1
01
01
Type
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
Millivolt input
“B” thermocouple
“E” thermocouple
“J” thermocouple
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
“K” thermocouple
0
1
De
Description
o
“R” thermocouple
1
1
0
1
“S” thermocouple
1
0
1
1
0
“T” thermocouple
0
0
1
0
1
0
(Bits 00-02) Input type codes for inputs 1 thru 8 (or 1 thru 4 if bit
06 is set to 1) - tells the module what type of input device you
connected to the module. See table above.
(Bits 03-05) Input type codes for inputs 5 thru 8 (bit 06 must be
set to 1) - tells the module what type of input device you connected to
inputs 5 thru 8. See table above.
1
0
1
Enable bit for input types (E) - When set to 0 bits 00–02 define input type
for all channels. When set to 1 bits 00–02 defines input type for channels
1–4, and bit 03–05 defines input type for channels 5–8.
Zoom enable (Z) - Enables X10 magnification when millivolt inputs have been
selected. Enabling this feature causes the BTR data to display +30.000mV
around the value selected by word 2. Use the digital filter (word 3) to stabilize
the readings when using this mode. 0 = normal 10mV; 1 = X10 (1mV)
Zoom value for group 2 (channels 5-8)
Zoom value for group 1 (channels 1-4)
Zoom center value for channels 1–8. These values are used when millivolt inputs have been
selected and bit 07 of word 1 has been set to enable zoom (i.e. 1µV display resolution). Enter a
value in 2’s complement binary format ranging from –70mV to +70mV. The displayed range will
then be +30.000mV around the selected value, displayed in 1µV increments.
Filter value for group 2 (channels 5-8)
Filter value for group 1 (channels 1-4)
Filter values for channels 1–8. The filter operates on the display data only. Alarms,
underrange and overrange operate in real time. The filter constant is equal to: TC = 0.025(1 +
filter value).
Zoom values
Filter values
Low Alarm Values for channels 1-8
Low channel alarm values
High Alarm Values for channels 1-8
High channel alarm values
Low and High channel alarm values that you enter via the terminal in 2’s complementary
binary. Store low and high channel alarms in pairs, low alarm values in even–numbered words,
high alarm values in odd–numbered words. For example, store channel 1 low and high alarm
values in words 4 and 5, respectively. Alarms are disabled by setting the low alarm equal to the
high alarm. If the zoom feature is enabled, the alarm values should be the difference between
the ”actual alarm limit” and ”zoom center value” in word 2.
Calibration words are a composite of two independent bytes for each channel. Enter
calibration data in signed magnitude binary only. The most significant bit in each byte is the sign
bit; set for negative, reset for positive. Use the high byte (bits 08–15) for offset correction, the
low byte (bits 00–07) for gain correction for each channel.
Auto-calibration Request Word - Used to automatically calibrate selected channels and save
the calibration constants in EEPROM.
Channel 1-8 calibration values
Auto-calibration Request
Word
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Use the following table to read data from your input module.
Dec. Bits
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
00
Octal Bits
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
00
EE
DCB
HCJ
LCJ
RTS OR
PU
Word 1
Not used
Dynamic clamp bit - (DCB) Prevents rapid changes in data due
to data corruption over the opto–isolation barrier as a result of
ESD, radiation bursts, etc.
0 = feature active
1 = feature inhibited
High cold junction temperature bit - (HCJ) set when
the cold junction temperature exceeds 60.0oC or 140.0oF.
Real time sample fault bit – (RTS) set when the
module updates an input buffer with new data
before the processor has read the previous data.
Monitor this bit only if you select real time sampling.
Low cold junction temperature bit - (LCJ) set when the
cold junction temperature is less than 0.0oC or 32.0oF.
2
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
07
06
Inputs overrange
05
04
03
02
01
00
Inputs underrange
Inputs > high alarms
Description
Inputs overrange and underrange for
c annel 1-8
channels
Underrange bit for each channel is set to indicate an input is out of range: bit 00 for
channel 1 thru bit 07 for channel 8.
Overrange bit for each channel is set to indicate an input is out of range: bit 08 for
channel 1 thru bit 15 for channel 8. Also set for open channel detection.
3
Diagnostics
Power up bit – (PU) set to indicate
that the module is waiting for its first
write block transfer.
Out of range bit – (OR) set if one or
more channel inputs are above or below
the range for which you configured the
module.
EEPROM status bit – (EE) calibration values could not be read.
Octal Bits
De
Description
o
Inputs < low alarms
Low alarm bit for each channel is set to indicate the input is less than the low limit value
you entered in the corresponding low alarm word (BTW word 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, or
18): bit 00 for channel 1 thru bit 07 for channel 8.
High alarm bit for each channel is set to indicate the input has exceeded the high limit
value you entered in the corresponding high alarm word (BTW word 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17,
or 19): bit 08 for channel 1 thru bit 15 for channel 8.
High and low alarms for
c annel 1-8
channels
4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
9, 10, 11
Input for channels 1-8 respectively in 0.1oC or 0.1oF resolution for temperature and 10µV
or 1µV resolution for millivolts.
Input for channels 1-8
12
Cold junction temperature is provided in 0.1oC or 0.1oF resolution. The filter time constant
(Tau) for this value is fixed at 6.4 seconds.
Cold Junction Temperature
in _C or _F
13
Uncalibrated channel bits
CF
Calibration fault bit
EE
Not used
EEPROM fault bit
S
G
O
Auto-calibration word
Offset calibration complete bit
Gain calibration complete bit
Save to EEPROM bit
Default Configuration
If a write block of five words with all zeroes is sent to the module,
default selections will be:
• millivolt input
• zoom center = 0mV
• temperature reported in degrees Celsius
• real time sampling (RTS) inhibited
• no filtering
• no auto-calibration
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Interpret Status Indicators
9
The front panel of the input module contains a green RUN indicator
and a red FAULT indicator. At power-up, the module momentarily
turns on both indicators as a lamp test, then checks for:
• correct RAM operation
• EPROM operation
• EEPROM operation
• a valid write block transfer with configuration data
TC/MV
Module
If there is no fault, the red indicator turns off.
RUN
FLT
Green RUN indicator
The green indicator comes on when the module is powered. It will
flash until the module is programmed. If a fault is found initially or
occurs later, the red fault indicator lights. The module also reports
status and specific faults (if they occur) in every transfer of data
(BTR) to the PC processor. Monitor the green and red indicators and
status bits in word 1 of the BTR file when troubleshooting your
module.
Red FAULT indicator
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Troubleshooting
For detailed troubleshooting
information, see chapter 7 of your
High Resolution
Thermocouple/Millivolt Input
Module User Manual (publication
1771-6.5.131).
Possible module fault causes and corrective action are described in
the following table.
Indicators
RUN (green) off
FLT (red) off
Probable Cause
Recommended Action
No power to module
Check power to I/O chassis.
Cycle as necessary.
Possible short on module
Replace module.
LED driver failure
RUN (green) on
FLT (red) on
Microprocessor, oscillator or EPROM
failure
RUN (green) off
FLT (red) on
If immediately after power–up, indicates
RAM or EPROM failure.1
If during operation, indicates possible
microprocessor or backplane interface
failure.1
RUN (green)
blinking,
FLT (red) off
Power–up diagnostics successfully
completed.
Normal operation.
If LED continues to flash, and write block Replace module.
transfers (BTW) cannot be accomplished,
you have a possible interface failure.
RUN (green) on
FLT (red) off
1
Normal operation
None
When red LED is on, the watchdog timer has timed out and backplane communications are terminated.
Your user program should monitor communication.
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CSA Hazardous Location Approval
Approbation d’utilisation dans des emplacements dangereux par la
CSA
CSA certifies products for general use as well as for use in hazardous
locations. Actual CSA certification is indicated by the product label
as shown below, and not by statements in any user documentation.
La CSA certifie les produits d’utilisation générale aussi bien que ceux
qui s’utilisent dans des emplacements dangereux. La certification CSA
en vigueur est indiquée par l’étiquette du produit et non par des
affirmations dans la documentation à l’usage des utilisateurs.
Example of the CSA certification product label
Exemple d’étiquette de certification d’un produit par la CSA
To comply with CSA certification for use in hazardous locations, the
following information becomes a part of the product literature for
CSA-certified Allen-Bradley industrial control products.
Pour satisfaire à la certification de la CSA dans des endroits dangereux,
les informations suivantes font partie intégrante de la documentation des
produits industriels de contrôle Allen-Bradley certifiés par la CSA.
• This equipment is suitable for use in Class I, Division 2,
Groups A, B, C, D, or non-hazardous locations only.
• The products having the appropriate CSA markings (that is, Class I Division 2,
Groups A, B, C, D), are certified for use in other equipment where the suitability
of combination (that is, application or use) is determined by the CSA or the local
inspection office having jurisdiction.
• Cet équipement convient à l’utilisation dans des emplacements de Classe 1,
Division 2, Groupes A, B, C, D, ou ne convient qu’à l’utilisation dans des
endroits non dangereux.
• Les produits portant le marquage approprié de la CSA (c’est à dire, Classe 1,
Division 2, Groupes A, B, C, D) sont certifiés à l’utilisation pour d’autres
équipements où la convenance de combinaison (application ou utilisation) est
déterminée par la CSA ou le bureau local d’inspection qualifié.
Important: Due to the modular nature of a PLC control system, the
product with the highest temperature rating determines the overall
temperature code rating of a PLC control system in a Class I, Division 2
location. The temperature code rating is marked on the product label
as shown.
Temperature code rating
Important: Par suite de la nature modulaire du système de contrôle
PLC, le produit ayant le taux le plus élevé de température détermine le
taux d’ensemble du code de température du système de contrôle d’un
PLC dans un emplacement de Classe 1, Division 2. Le taux du code de
température est indiqué sur l’étiquette du produit.
Taux du code de température
Look for temperature code
rating here
The following warnings apply to products having CSA certification for use
in hazardous locations.
Le taux du code de
température est indiqué ici
Les avertissements suivants s’appliquent aux produits ayant la
certification CSA pour leur utilisation dans des emplacements
dangereux.
ATTENTION: Explosion hazard —
!
• Substitution of components may impair suitability for Class I,
Division 2.
• Do not replace components unless power has been switched
off or the area is known to be non-hazardous.
• Do not disconnect equipment unless power has been switched
off or the area is known to be non-hazardous.
• Do not disconnect connectors unless power has been switched
off or the area is known to be non-hazardous. Secure any
user-supplied connectors that mate to external circuits on an
Allen-Bradley product using screws, sliding latches, threaded
connectors, or other means such that any connection can
withstand a 15 Newton (3.4 lb.) separating force applied for a
minimum of one minute.
Le sigle CSA est la marque déposée de l’Association des Standards pour le Canada.
PLC est une marque déposée de Allen-Bradley Company, Inc.
CSA logo is a registered trademark of the Canadian Standards Association
PLC is a registered trademark of Allen-Bradley Company, Inc.
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AVERTISSEMENT: Risque d’explosion —
!
• La substitution de composants peut rendre ce matériel
inacceptable pour lesemplacements de Classe I, Division 2.
• Couper le courant ou s’assurer quel’emplacement est désigné
non dangereux avant de remplacer lescomposants.
• Avant de débrancher l’équipement, couper le courant ou
s’assurer que l’emplacement est désigné non dangereux.
• Avant de débrancher les connecteurs, couper le courant ou
s’assurer que l’emplacement est reconnu non dangereux.
Attacher tous connecteurs fournis par l’utilisateur et reliés aux
circuits externes d’un appareil Allen-Bradley à l ’aide de vis,
loquets coulissants, connecteurs filetés ou autres moyens
permettant aux connexions de résister à une force de
séparation de 15 newtons (3,4 lb. - 1,5 kg) appliquée pendant
au moins une minute.
High Resolution Thermocouple/Millivolt Input Module
Specifications
Description
Value
Number of Inputs
8, all of the same type or 4 each of 2 different types
Module Location
1771 I/O chassis – 1 module slot
Type of Input (Selectable)
Type B, Pt–30% Rh/Pt–6% Rh
Type E, chromel/constantan
Type J, iron/constantan
Type K, chromel/alumel
Type R, Pt/Pt–13% Rh
Type S, Pt/Pt–10% Rh
Type T, copper/constantan
Millivolt
Thermocouple Linearization
IPTS–68 standard, NBS MN–125
Cold Junction Compensation
Range: 0 to 60oC
Accuracy: +0.5oC
Temperature Scale (Selectable)
oC or oF
Input Resolution
3.2328µV
Display Resolution
0.1oC, 0.1oF; or 1.0µV, 10µV
Isolation Voltage
This isolation meets or exceeds the requirements of UL
Standard 508, and CSA Standard C22.2 No. 142.
Common Mode Rejection
120dB at 60Hz, up to 1000V peak
Common Mode Impedance
Greater than 10 megohms
Normal Mode Rejection
60dB at 60Hz over +100mV
Input Overvoltage Protection
120V rms, continuous
Open Input Detection
Open input produces an overrange in less than 10 seconds
Data Format
2’s complement binary
Calibration Methods
Auto – Auto-calibration for offset and gain
Manual – Zero offset and gain adjustment for each channel via
programming terminal
Verify every six months for maintaining absolute accuracy
Processor Compatibility
PLC-3 or PLC-5 family processor using the 1771 I/O structure
and block transfer. (Not recommended for use with PLC-2
family processors.)
Backplane Power Consumption
850mA @ 5V
Power Dissipation
4.25 Watts maximum
Thermal Dissipation
14.5 BTU/hr
Environmental Conditions
Operating Temperature:
Rate of Change:
Storage Temperature:
Relative Humidity:
Keying
11
(320 to 1800oC)
(–270 to 1000oC)
(–210 to 1200oC)
(–270 to 1380oC)
(–50 to 1770oC)
(–50 to 1770oC)
(–270 to 400oC)
(–100 to +100mV dc)
0 to 60oC (32 to 140oF)
Ambient changes greater than 0.5oC per minute may
temporarily degrade performance during periods of change
–40 to 85oC (–40 to 185oF)
5 to 95% (without condensation)
Between 20 and 22
Between 24 and 26
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High Resolution Thermocouple/Millivolt Input Module
Description
Value
Conductors
Wiring
Category
Use Belden 8761 shielded twisted pair for mV
Use thermocouple manufacturer recommended shielded
thermocouple wire for all thermocouple inputs.
2
Field Wiring Arm
Cat. No. 1771-WI
Wiring Arm Screw Torque
7-9 inch-pounds
Agency Certification
(when product is marked)
•
•
•
•
User Manual
Publication 1771-6.5.80
CSA certified
CSA Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D certified
UL listed
CE marked for all applicable directives
Refer to publication 1770-4.1, Industrial Automation Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for Noise Immunity.
Differences Between
Series A, Series B and
Series C Modules
The Series B and C versions of the High Resolution
Thermocouple/Millivolt module have CE certification. In all other
respects, the modules are equal.
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