Users Manual PAPERLESS RECORDER Model: 71VR1 (color LCD display)

Users Manual PAPERLESS RECORDER Model: 71VR1 (color LCD display)
PAPERLESS RECORDER
(color LCD display)
Model: 71VR1
Software Operation
Users Manual
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CONTENTS
1. BEFORE USE .... ...................................................................................6
2. POINTS OF CAUTION ..........................................................................7
3. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS unit: mm (inch) ....................................................9
4.INSTALLATION ................................................................................... 10
5. TERMINAL CONNECTIONS ...............................................................12
6. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION EXAMPLE .............................................13
7. CABLE WIRING ..................................................................................14
7.1WIRING ............................................................................................................................ 14
7.2
MODBUS WIRING DIAGRAM .......................................................................................... 14
8. SCHEMATIC CIRCUITRY ...................................................................15
9.SYSTEM ..............................................................................................16
9.1DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................. 16
9.2 SYSTEM SETTING ........................................................................................................... 16
9.2.1DEVICE ................................................................................................................................ 16
9.2.2DATE .................................................................................................................................... 17
9.2.3TIME ..................................................................................................................................... 18
9.2.4
NUMBER OF DECIMALS (0 – 3) ......................................................................................... 19
9.2.5
MODBUS (Baud rate: 4800bps/9600bps/19200bps/38400bps) ...........................................20
9.2.6
TEMPERATURE UNIT (Celsius / Fahrenheit / Kelvin, Only x501).........................................21
9.2.7
CONFIGURATION INITIALIZE .............................................................................................23
10.CHANNEL ...........................................................................................24
10.1DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................24
10.1.1
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ..................................................................................................24
10.1.2
CHANNEL DEFINITION (x001 / x101)..................................................................................24
10.1.3
CHANNEL DEFINITION (x501).............................................................................................24
10.1.4
SAMPLE RATE .....................................................................................................................24
10.1.5
DC INPUT TERMINAL BLOCK ............................................................................................25
10.1.5.1TYPE .............................................................................................................................................25
10.1.5.2 ZERO/SPAN ADJUSTMENT .........................................................................................................25
10.1.6
UNIVERSAL INPUT TERMINAL BLOCK (x501)...................................................................25
10.1.6.1 SENSOR TYPE..............................................................................................................................25
10.1.6.2 ZERO/SPAN ADJUSTMENT (DC)..................................................................................................25
10.1.6.3 ZERO/SPAN ADJUSTMENT (T/C, RTD)........................................................................................25
10.1.7MODBUS .............................................................................................................................25
10.1.8
ANALOG DATA CONVERSION (x001 / x101).......................................................................26
10.1.8.1 ANALOG DATA CONVERSION FROM RANGE TO BIN DATA......................................................26
10.1.8.2 ANALOG DATA CONVERSION FROM BIN DATA TO SCALE.......................................................26
10.1.9
ANALOG DATA CONVERSION (x501)..................................................................................27
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10.1.9.1 ANALOG DATA CONVERSION ACCORDING TO THE RANGE (→ BIN data)..............................27
10.1.9.2 ANALOG DATA CONVERSION ACCORDING TO THE SCALE (→ engineering unit value)............. 28
10.1.9.3 AVAILABLE RANGE ......................................................................................................................30
10.1.10 ENGINEERING UNIT, TAG NAME ........................................................................................30
10.2SETTING ..........................................................................................................................31
10.2.1 OPERATING MODE..............................................................................................................31
10.2.1.1 SAMPLE RATE (100ms/200ms/500ms/1s/2s/5s/10s/20s/30s/1min/5min/10min/20min/30min/1 hour) ......31
10.2.1.2 NORMAL/DEMO (OPERATING MODE) .......................................................................................33
10.2.2 ANALOG INPUT (AI1 – AI8) .................................................................................................35
10.2.2.1 FIELD CHANNEL (DC input terminal block / MODBUS, x001/x101)..............................................35
10.2.2.2 FIELD CHANNEL (DC input terminal block / universal input terminal block / MODBUS, x501).....37
10.2.2.3 TYPE (DC input terminal block: -10 – 10V / -5 – 5V / -1 – 1V / -20 – 20mA) .................................39
10.2.2.4 SENSOR TYPE (Universal input terminal block, x501) ..................................................................41
10.2.2.5 TYPE (DC: -10 – 10V / -5 – 5V / -1 – 1V / -20 – 20mA, x501) .......................................................43
10.2.2.6 TYPE (T/C: K/E/J/T/B/R/S/C/N/U/L/P/PR, x501) ...........................................................................45
10.2.2.7 CJC (T/C: OFF/ON, x501) .............................................................................................................47
10.2.2.8TYPE (RTD: Pt100 (JIS’97, IEC) / Pt100 (JIS’89) / JPt100 (JIS’89) / Pt50 (JIS’81) / Ni100 / Cu10 / Cu50, x501).......................49
10.2.2.9 NODE (MODBUS: 1 – 247) ...........................................................................................................51
10.2.2.10 ADDRESS (MODBUS: 1 – 9999) ..................................................................................................53
10.2.2.11 MODBUS FUNCTION (For Modbus: Read Input Register (04) / Read Holding Register (03)) (1.4)..... 55
10.2.2.12RANGE ..........................................................................................................................................57
10.2.2.13SCALE ...........................................................................................................................................64
10.2.2.14 ENGINEERING UNIT ....................................................................................................................70
10.2.2.15 TAG NAME .................................................................................................................................... 74
10.2.2.16 ZERO/SPAN ADJUSTMENT (DC input terminal block) .................................................................75
10.2.2.17 ZERO/SPAN ADJUSTMENT (Universal input terminal, x501)........................................................77
10.2.3 DISCRETE INPUT (DI1 – DI8) .............................................................................................81
10.2.3.1 FIELD CHANNEL (Terminal block/MODBUS) ...............................................................................81
10.2.3.2 NODE (MODBUS: 1 – 247) ...........................................................................................................83
10.2.3.3 ADDRESS (MODBUS: 1 – 9999) ..................................................................................................85
10.2.3.4 MODBUS FUNCTION (For Modbus: Read Input Status (02) / Read Coil Status (01) (1.4)...........87
10.2.3.5 TAG NAME ....................................................................................................................................89
10.2.4 DISCRETE OUTPUT (DO1 – DO8) .....................................................................................90
10.2.4.1 FIELD CHANNEL (Terminal block/MODBUS) ...............................................................................90
10.2.4.2 NODE (MODBUS: 1 – 247) ...........................................................................................................92
10.2.4.3 ADDRESS (MODBUS) ..................................................................................................................94
10.2.5INITIALIZE (Reset the adjustment value from Terminal Input to the factory setting) .......................96
11.PEN .....................................................................................................97
11.1DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................97
11.2SETTING ..........................................................................................................................97
11.2.1
INPUT (Input channel selection: AI1 – AI8, DI1 – DI8) .........................................................97
11.2.2COLOR .................................................................................................................................99
11.2.3
TAG NAME ......................................................................................................................... 100
12.TRIGGER .......................................................................................... 101
12.1DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................... 101
12.2SETTING ........................................................................................................................ 103
12.2.1 TRIGGER COMMON SETTING ........................................................................................ 103
12.2.1.1 DETECT MODE (OR/AND) ......................................................................................................... 103
12.2.1.2 PRETRIGGER (0 – 99 samples) ................................................................................................. 105
12.2.1.3 POSTTRIGGER (0 – 99 samples) ............................................................................................... 106
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12.2.2TRIGGER ........................................................................................................................... 107
12.2.2.1 TRIGGER CONDITION (DI edge / DI level / AI edge / AI level / None) ....................................... 107
12.2.2.2 MODE (UNDER/OVER, ON/OFF) ............................................................................................... 109
12.2.2.3 CHANNEL (AI1 – AI8, DI1 – DI8) ................................................................................................ 113
12.2.2.4 LEVEL (For analog trigger) .......................................................................................................... 117
13.RECORD ........................................................................................... 119
13.1DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................... 119
13.1.1
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................ 119
13.1.2
RECORDING TYPE ........................................................................................................... 119
13.1.2.1 CONTINUOUS RECORDING ..................................................................................................... 119
13.1.2.2 TRIGGER RECORDING ............................................................................................................. 119
13.1.3
START AUTOMATIC RECORDING AT THE STARTUP ...................................................... 119
13.1.4MARKING .......................................................................................................................... 119
13.1.5
STORING TREND WAVEFORM DATA INTO A FILE ......................................................... 120
13.1.6
FILE MANAGEMENT ......................................................................................................... 121
13.1.7
STORING ALARM HISTORY INTO A FILE ........................................................................ 121
13.1.8
MEMORY CARD ................................................................................................................ 121
13.2SETTING ........................................................................................................................ 122
13.2.1 SAMPLES PER FILE (maximum number of samples per file) ........................................... 122
13.2.2 START AUTO RECORDING (OFF/START CONTINUOUS RECORDING/START TRIGGER RECORDING) ..... 123
14.ALARM ..............................................................................................124
14.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTIONS........................................................................................... 124
14.1.1FEATURES......................................................................................................................... 124
14.1.2
ANALOG ALARM......................................................................................................................... 124
14.1.2.1DESCRIPTIONS........................................................................................................................... 124
14.1.2.2DETAILS ...................................................................................................................................... 125
14.1.2.3DEADBAND ................................................................................................................................. 126
14.1.2.4 BURNOUT (x501) ........................................................................................................................ 126
14.1.2.5 ALARM OUTPUT ........................................................................................................................ 127
14.1.3
DISCRETE ALARM ............................................................................................................ 127
14.1.3.1DESCRIPTIONS .......................................................................................................................... 127
14.1.3.2 ALARM OUTPUT ........................................................................................................................ 127
14.1.4
ALARM HISTORY .............................................................................................................. 127
14.2SETTING ........................................................................................................................ 128
14.2.1 ANALOG ALARM ............................................................................................................... 128
14.2.1.1ENABLE/DISABLE ...................................................................................................................... 128
14.2.1.2 PARTITIONS (2 – 5)..................................................................................................................... 130
14.2.1.3 ALARM NAME (For alarm use) ................................................................................................... 132
14.2.1.4 COLOR (For alarm use, setting alarm zone) ............................................................................... 133
14.2.1.5 MODE (For alarm use: NORMAL/ALARM/DEADBAND) ............................................................. 135
14.2.1.6 UPPER LIMIT (For alarm use) .................................................................................................... 137
14.2.1.7 CONTACT OUTPUT (For alarm use) .......................................................................................... 139
14.2.2 DISCRETE ALARM ............................................................................................................ 141
14.2.2.1ENABLE/DISABLE ...................................................................................................................... 141
14.2.2.2 ALARM NAME (For alarm use) ................................................................................................... 143
14.2.2.3 COLOR (For alarm use) .............................................................................................................. 144
14.2.2.4 TRIGGER MODE (For alarm use: ON/OFF) ............................................................................... 146
14.2.2.5 DELAY (For alarm use: 0 – 99 samples) ..................................................................................... 148
14.2.2.6 CONTACT OUTPUT (For alarm use) .......................................................................................... 150
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15. SOFTWARE VER ..............................................................................152
16.DISPLAY (1.4).....................................................................................153
16.1DESCRIPTION................................................................................................................ 153
16.1.1
GENERAL DESCRIPTION................................................................................................. 153
16.1.2
ZERO SUPPRESSION....................................................................................................... 153
16.1.3
AUTO VIEW SWITCHING................................................................................................... 153
16.1.3.1 WAITING TIME (s)........................................................................................................................ 154
16.1.3.2 INTERVAL (s)............................................................................................................................... 154
16.1.3.3 VIEW ORDER.............................................................................................................................. 154
16.1.3.4 VIEW TYPE.................................................................................................................................. 154
16.1.3.5 PAGE NUMBER........................................................................................................................... 154
16.1.4
SCREEN SAVER 1.6........................................................................................155
16.2SETTING......................................................................................................................... 156
16.2.1 DIGITAL DISPLAY SCREEN............................................................................................... 156
16.2.1.1 ZERO SUPPRESSION (ENABLE / DISABLE)............................................................................. 156
16.2.2 AUTO VIEW SWITCHING................................................................................................... 158
16.2.2.1 AUTO VIEW SWITCHING (ENABLE / DISABLE)......................................................................... 158
16.2.2.2 WAITING TIME (s) (3 to 180 sec.)................................................................................................ 160
16.2.2.3 INTERVAL (s) (3 to 180 sec.)....................................................................................................... 162
16.2.2.4 VIEW TYPE (NONE / TREND / DIGITAL)..................................................................................... 164
16.2.2.5 PAGE NUMBER (1 to 8)............................................................................................................... 166
16.2.3 SCREEN SAVER 1.6.........................................................................................168
16.2.3.1 SCREEN SAVER (NONE / 1 min / 2 min / 5 min / 10 min).......................................................... 168
17.LANGUAGE .......................................................................................170
18.DISPLAY & OPERATION ..................................................................171
18.1 TREND DISPLAY SCREEN ........................................................................................... 171
18.1.1
BURNOUT DISPLAY (x501) .............................................................................................. 172
18.2 DIGITAL DISPLAY SCREEN........................................................................................... 173
18.2.1 BURNOUT DISPLAY (x501) .............................................................................................. 174
18.3 CONTROL MENU........................................................................................................... 175
18.3.1 START CONTINUOUS RECORDING ................................................................................ 175
18.3.2 START TRIGGER RECORDING ........................................................................................ 175
18.3.3 STOP RECORDING ........................................................................................................... 175
18.3.4 MANUAL TRIGGER ........................................................................................................... 175
18.3.5 DATA FILE (→ PAST TREND) ............................................................................................. 176
18.3.6 ALARM HISTORY .............................................................................................................. 178
18.3.7 REMOVE MEMORY CARD ................................................................................................ 179
18.3.8 READ CONFIG FILE .......................................................................................................... 179
18.3.9 SAVE CONFIG FILE .......................................................................................................... 179
18.3.10 IR COM .............................................................................................................................. 180
18.4 OTHER OPERATIONS ................................................................................................... 180
18.4.1 SETTING MENU ................................................................................................................ 180
18.4.2 TURNING THE SCREEN OFF ........................................................................................... 180
19.LIGHTNING SURGE PROTECTION..................................................181
20. FIRMWARE VERSION HISTORY.......................................................182
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1.
BEFORE USE ....
Thank you for choosing M-System. Before use, please check contents of the package you received as outlined
below. If you have any problems or questions with the product, please contact M-System’s Sales Office or representatives.
If you intend to use the 71VR1 in the following environments or conditions, redundant and/or failsafe system designs
should be used to ensure the proper degree of reliability and safety.
- Environments or conditions which are not defined in this manual
- Nuclear power control devices, railway control devices, aircraft control devices, transportation vehicles, fuel control
equipment, medical equipment, recreational equipment, safety equipment, and other critical equipment for which
safety must be secured according to relevant laws.
- Those devices which inherently require extremely high level of safety and reliability.
■ PACKAGE INCLUDES:
Paperless Recorder ..................................... (1)
Installation fastener....................................... (1) pair
CJC sensor (for 71VR1-E501-x) ................... (3)
■ MODEL NO.
Confirm that the model number described on the product is exactly what you ordered.
■ MEMORY CARD
Prepare the following memory card for recording.
Available for purchase from M-System. Consult M-System.
• Manufacturer: Hagiwara Solutions
Model: NSD6-002GT
Capacity: 2 GB
• Manufacturer: Hagiwara Solutions
Model: NSDA-004GT, NSDA-004GL
Capacity: 4 GB
• Manufacturer: Apacer Technology
Model: AP-ISD04GIS4B-T, AP-ISD04GIS4B-3T
Capacity: 4 GB
■ APPLICABLE FIRMWARE VERSION
This Users Manual conforms to major version 1, minor version 4.01 or higher of 71VR1-E001 and 71VR1-E101’s firmware and major version 1, minor version 4.01 or higher of 71VR1-E501’s firmware. In this manual these abbreviations
are used, 71VR1-E001 = x001, 71VR1-E101 = x101 and 71VR1-E501 = x501 and descriptions given with the following
symbols are applied only to the firmware versions.
SYMBOL
APPLICABLE FIRMWARE VERSION
1.4
1.6
Major version 1, minor version 4.01 or higher
Major version 1, minor version 6.01 or higher
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2. POINTS OF CAUTION
■ POWER INPUT
• Power input rating & operational range:
Check the power rating for the 71VR1 on the specification label.
Rating 100 – 240V AC: 85 – 264V, 50/60 Hz, approx. 7VA at 100V, approx. 10VA at 240V
Rating 24V DC: 24V ±10%, approx. 6W
Rating 110V DC: 85 – 150V, approx. 6W
• Supplying any level of power other than specified above can damage the 71VR1 or the power source.
• The power cables and the signal I/O cables for the 71VR1 must be located separately.
• The power cables, the signal I/O cables and the communication cables should not be bundled together or placed near
each other.
• To increase noise resistance of the power input wires, twist the strands before connecting.
■ SAFETY PRECAUTION
• Before you remove the 71VR1, turn off the power supply and input signal for safety.
• Do not block the 71VR1’s ventilation openings or use it in areas where heat accumulates.
Additionally, do not store or use it under high-temperature conditions.
• Do not use the 71VR1 in an environment where flammable gases are present. This may result in an explosion.
• Do not disassemble or modify the 71VR1 in any way. Doing so may result in a fire or an electrical shock.
• Do not store or use the 71VR1 in locations subject to direct sunlight, or where excessive dust or dirt is present.
• The 71VR1 is a precision instrument. Do not store or use it where large shocks or excessive vibration can occur.
• Do not store or use the 71VR1 in environments subject to chemical evaporation (such as that of organic solvents), or
where there are chemicals and/or acids present in the air.
• Do not use paint thinner or organic solvents to clean the 71VR1.
• Observe the environmental conditions when using the 71VR1.
• Wait at least 15 seconds before turning on the power supply after it was turned off.
■ ENVIRONMENT
• Indoor use
• The 71VR1 is designed to be mounted on a vertical panel. It is not suitable for a slanted or a horizontal panel surface.
• Environmental temperature must be within -5 to +55°C (23 to 131°F) with relative humidity within 30 to 90% RH in
order to ensure adequate life span and operation.
■ GROUNDING
• Be sure to determine in advance the most stable grounding point in the environment and earth the 71VR1’s FE
(Functional Earth) terminal and that of connected devices (PC) to it in order to protect the devices from dielectric
breakdown.
• Grounding is also effective to eliminate noise that could cause errors in the 71VR1’s operation.
■ MEMORY CARD
• Do not turn off the power supply to the 71VR1 or reset it during data recording or alarm history recording. The
memory card may be destroyed. (Refer to section 18.3.7).
• Observe the described procedure when you need to replace the memory card during recording.
• Confirm the sides and the connector position of the memory card when inserting it to the card slot.
• Don’t push the metal terminal of the card with your hand or any metals.
• Be sure to back up your important data as a memory card have a life span.
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■ LCD PANEL
• The LCD panel’s liquid contains an irritant. If the panel is damaged and the liquid contacts your skin, rinse immediately the contact area with running water for at least 15 minutes. If the liquid gets in your eyes, rinse immediately your
eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes and consult a doctor.
• The following phenomena are LCD characteristics, and NOT the product defects:
- LCD screen may show uneven brightness depending upon displayed images or contrast settings.
- The LCD screen pixels may contain minute black-and-white-colored spots.
- The color displayed on the LCD screen may appear different when seen from outside the specified viewing angle.
- When the same image is displayed on the screen for a long time period, an afterimage may appear when the image
is changed. If this happens, turn off the 71VR1 and wait 10 seconds before restarting it.
• To prevent an afterimage:
- Set the screensaver when you plan to display the same image for a long time period. Plan to change the screen
image periodically so that the same image does not remain for the long time period.
■ MINIMIZING NOISE INTERFERENCE TO ANALOG SIGNAL CABLES
• Noise entering through the analog signal cables may cause irregular measurement values, degradation of overall accuracy, and malfunction of the product. We recommend that you would conduct wiring to the 71VR1 with the following
points of caution.
• Do not install cables (power supply, input and output) close to noise sources (high frequency line, etc.).
• Do not bind the analog I/O cables together with those in which noises are present. Do not install them in the same
duct.
■ DO NOT APPLY OVERRANGE INPUT
• Do not apply voltages exceeding ±15V to terminals V – COM to prevent damage.
• Do not apply currents exceeding ±30mA to terminals I – COM to prevent damage.
■ INTERNAL CLOCK
• The internal clock data is stored in the memory powered by a backup battery while the 71VR1 is without external
power supply.
• The data will be reset to its default status when the battery is used up while the 71VR1 is left without power supply for
a long time period. The clock adjustment will be necessary once the power is restored.
• Once the power is restored, the 71VR1 starts recharging the battery. It will be full in approximately in 36 to 48 hours.
■ AND ....
• We recommend use of an UPS to supply power backups.
• The module is designed to function as soon as power is supplied, however, a warm up for 10 minutes is required for
satisfying complete performance described in the data sheet.
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3. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS unit: mm (inch)
MOUNTING BRACKET
30-M3 SCREW TERMINAL
1
11
21
2
12
22
3
4
13
14
23
24
5
15
25
6
16
26
7
17
27
8
18
28
9
19
29
10
20
30
92 (3.62)
96 (3.78)
110 (4.33 )
6-M3 SCREW
TERMINAL COVER
WATERTIGHT SEALING
2 (.08)
96 (3.78)
10.5
(.41)
98 (3.86)
100 (3.94)
92 (3.62)
The terminals for number 11 through 20 are
only with 5-points input.
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4.INSTALLATION
■ MOUNTING REQUIREMENTS
• PANEL CUTOUT unit: mm (inch)
+0.8 (3.65)
0 (3.63)
92
+0.8 (3.65)
0 (3.63)
92
Usable panel thickness: 0.5 – 10 mm (0.02 to 0.39 inch)
■ CAUTION
• PROTECTION DEGREE
Degree of protection, IP65 is applicable to the front panel of the recorder with single mounting according to the specified panel cutout.
• INSTALLING DIRECTION
Install the recorder to vertical panel so that its function keys are at the bottom side. Installing by other direction will
cause degradation of life span or performance due to rise of the internal temperature.
• INSIDE A PANEL
Ensure that there is sufficient space for ventilation inside a panel. Do not install above the devices that generate
high heat such as heaters, transformers or resistors. Observe at the minimum of 30 mm (1.2”) in all directions for
maintenance purpose.
■ HOW TO MOUNT THE RECORDER ON A PANEL
1) Remove the mounting brackets.
2) Remove the terminal cover and insert it into the panel cutout prior to insertion of the recorder.
3) Insert the recorder into the panel cutout. The watertight packing must be in place to hold the recorder. Do not
remove it.
4) Hang the hooks of the mounting brackets at the square holes on the upper and bottom side of the recorder.
Tighten screws of the brackets until the recorder is fixed to the panel.
Panel
Mounting Bracket
Watertight Sealing
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■ HOW TO REMOVE THE TERMINAL COVER
Insert the minus tip of a screwdriver into each hole at the four corners of the cover and pull it to the direction as indicated below to separate the terminal cover.
■ HOW TO REMOVE THE TERMINAL BLOCK
• The terminal block is separable in two pieces. Loosen two screws on top and bottom of the terminal block to separate.
• Be sure to turn off the power supply, input/output signal, communication signal and power supply to the output relays
before separating the terminal block.
• Each terminal block has ID keys so that it can be inserted to applicable terminal socket only.
Terminal Block Screw
Terminal Block ID Key
Terminal
Block
Separable
Terminal Block ID Key
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5. TERMINAL CONNECTIONS
Shielded
Twisted-pair Cable
CONTACT INPUT Di 1 + 8
27 T1 +
CONTACT INPUT Di 2 + 9
28 T2 –
30 T4
*1
*2
5
I 22
SHLD
CONTACT OUTPUT Do 1
6
COM 23
7
V 24
DC INPUT Ai 2
3
4
V 21
DC INPUT Ai 1
Jumper *
29 T3
COM – 10
To other
Modbus devices
CONTACT OUTPUT Do 2
2 U(+)
I 25
3 V(–)
COM 26
POWER
1 FE
A1 11
UNIVERSAL
INPUT
Ai 3
B1 12
C1 13
A2 14
UNIVERSAL
INPUT
Ai 4
B2 15
C2 16
A3 17
UNIVERSAL
INPUT
Ai 5
B3 18
C3 19
Memory Card Slot
*1. Only with 5-points input
*2. Only with 2-points DC input
*3. When the device is located at the end of a transmission line
via twisted-pair cable, (when there is no cross-wiring), close across the terminals T2 – T3 with a leadwire.
■ INPUT CONNECTION E.G.
• DC Input
+
I
VOLTAGE INPUT
+
V
V
I
CURRENT INPUT
– COM
– COM
NOTE: Short across the terminals V and I for Current Input.
• Universal Input
A
A
+ B
VOLTAGE INPUT
–
C
+
CURRENT INPUT
REM2
–
T/C
B
+
C
CJC SENSOR
A
RTD
A
A
B
B
B
C
B
C
NOTE: For mA input, a REM2 is required.
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6. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION EXAMPLE
Paperless Recorder (model: 71VR1)
RS-485 (Modbus-RTU)
Lightning Surge Protector for RS-485/422*
(model: MD74R or MDP-4R)
1
Lightning Surge Protector for RS-485/422*
(model: MD74R or MDP-4R)
1
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Modbus I/O Module (model: R7M)
Modbus I/O Module (model: R7M)
*1. Insert lightning surge protectors recommended in this example if necessary.
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7.
CABLE WIRING
7.1WIRING
• Power supply
Confirm the power input rating marked on the product.
1)
Remove the terminal cover.
2)
Loosen three screws on the power supply terminals.
3)
Connect the power cables and the earth cable to the power supply terminals.
4)
Replace the terminal cover.
• Input/Output
Follow the procedure shown below when a DC signal is connected to DC Input Ai1. For other input/output connections, similar procedure should be followed.
1) Turn the power off, remove the terminal cover.
2) Connect the (+) side of a signal source to V (21), connect the (–) side to COM (23).
3) Replace the terminal cover.
Please choose appropriate terminals for the input/output terminals and the power terminals, refer to the figure shown
below.
• Input terminal block: M3 screw terminal connection
• Screw terminal material: Nickel plated steel (tightening torque 0.5 N·m)
• Applicable wire size: 0.3 to 0.75 mm2
4 min.
(.16)
3.2 (.13) dia.
6 max.
(.24)
3 (.12) max.
12 (.47) max.
7.2
MODBUS WIRING DIAGRAM
71VR1
T1
T2
T3
T4
RS-485
R7M
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
RS-485
R7M
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
Terminator *
1
*1. Use a terminating resistor when the device is at the extreme end of a transmission line.
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8. SCHEMATIC CIRCUITRY
The following diagram shows the internal function block of the 71VR1. As each setting is based on the block unit, the
setting menu is very simple and easy to understand.
SYSTEM
DISPLAY/OPERATION
PEN
DC INPUT TERMINAL BLOCK Ai
UNIVERSAL INPUT TERMINAL BLOCK Ai (only x501)
DISCRETE INPUT TERMINAL BLOCK Di
DISCRETE OUTPUT TERMINAL BLOCK Do
MODBUS I/O
TREND DISPLAY SCREEN
DIGITAL DISPLAY SCREEN
OPERATION SCREEN
FILE LIST
ALARM HISTORY
P1 – P16
LCD SCREEN
CONTROL BUTTON
CHANNEL
AI1 – AI8
DI1 – DI8
DO1 – DO8
RECORD
TRIGGER
MEMORY CARD
TRIGGER
SIGNAL
T1 – T3
COMMUNICATION
ALARM
INFRARED PORT
ALARM DATA
AA1 – AA8
AD1 – AD8
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9.SYSTEM
9.1DESCRIPTION
The specific settings for the device are made in the SYSTEM block. There are following settings. Please go through
these settings before other settings.
9.2 SYSTEM SETTING
9.2.1DEVICE
Use the 71VRCFG to set DEVICE name of the 71VR1 within 16 characters. Using the buttons on the 71VR1 can
display DEVICE name you set, but can not edit DEVICE name.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
SYSTEM is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display SYSTEM
SETTING menu.
The DEVICE name which was set by using the 71VRCFG is displayed
on the item of DEVICE.
DEVICE name can not be edited on the 71VR1.
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9.2.2DATE
A battery backup clock is built in the 71VR1. Set the clock’s date (year, month, day).
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
SYSTEM is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display SYSTEM
SETTING menu.
DATE is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing. The text
color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving DATE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving DATE.
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9.2.3TIME
A battery backup clock is built in the 71VR1. Set the clock’s time (hour, minute, second).
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
SYSTEM is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display SYSTEM
SETTING menu.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TIME. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to
enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving TIME.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving TIME.
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9.2.4 NUMBER OF DECIMALS (0 – 3)
Set the decimal places for the number displayed in the DIGITAL display screen.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
SYSTEM is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display SYSTEM
SETTING menu.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select NUMBER OF DECIMALS. Press
[EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set 3 → 2 → 1 → 0.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set 0 → 1 → 2 → 3.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving NUMBER
OF DECIMALS.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving NUMBER OF
DECIMALS.
NOTE
In case of x501, when the number of decimal places is set to 2 or 3, the value not more than the number of significant digits for T/C
or RTD is displayed as “0.” The number of significant digits for T/C or RTD is one decimal place when temperature unit is Celsius
or Kelvin, integral number when temperature unit is Fahrenheit.
SENSOR TYPE
NUMBER OF
DECIMALS
TEMPERATURE
UNIT
ENGINEERING
UNIT VALUE
DISPLAY
VALUE
T/C (K)
2
Celsius
10.5
10.50
T/C (K)
3
Fahrenheit
51
51.000
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9.2.5 MODBUS (Baud rate: 4800bps/9600bps/19200bps/38400bps)
Set the baud rate for MODBUS communication.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
SYSTEM is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display SYSTEM
SETTING menu.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select MODBUS. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [
] (F2) button to set 38400bps → 19200bps → 9600bps →
4800bps.
→→
Press [→→] (F3) button to set 4800bps → 9600bps → 19200bps →
38400bps.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving MODBUS.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving MODBUS.
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9.2.6 TEMPERATURE UNIT (Celsius / Fahrenheit / Kelvin, Only x501)
Select a temperature unit for the device. Data setting and display will be based on the selected temperature unit
when ANALOG INPUT CHANNEL (Ai3 – Ai5) is defined as T/C or RTD.
NOTE
Changing the temperature unit impacts ZERO/SPAN adjustment of the channel which is used for T/C or RTD, therefore make sure that the TEMPERATURE UNIT is correct.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
SYSTEM is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display SYSTEM
SETTING menu.
Press [PAGE→→] (F5) button.
TEMPERATURE UNIT is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable
editing. The text color changes to magenta.
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] (F2) button to set Kelvin → Fahrenheit → Celsius.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set Celsius → Fahrenheit → Kelvin.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving TEMPERATURE UNIT.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving TEMPERATURE UNIT.
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9.2.7 CONFIGURATION INITIALIZE
The setting data can be initialized to the factory setting.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
SYSTEM is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display SYSTEM
SETTING menu.
Press [PAGE→→] (F5) button.
CONFIGURATION INITIALIZE is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button
to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set NO → YES.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set YES → NO.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving CONFIGURATION INITIALIZE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving CONFIGURATION INITIALIZE.
NOTE
These are x001/x101 screens.
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10.CHANNEL
10.1DESCRIPTION
10.1.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
After basic setting is complete in SYSTEM block, configure I/O channels.
10.1.2 CHANNEL DEFINITION (x001 / x101)
The 71VR1 can handle analog input and discrete I/O data, provided through the built-in terminals of the 71VR1 and
through remote I/O via Modbus. All data must be mapped to logical channels (AI, DI and DO) before they can be
used on the recorder.
LOGICAL CHANNEL
PARAMETERS
AI1 – AI8
DC input terminal block (Ai1, Ai2) or MODBUS (Node Number, Address)
Engineering UNIT value’s conversion parameters (Range, Scale)
Input adjustment parameters (Zero/Span: only for terminal block)
DI1 – DI8
Discrete input terminal block (Di1, Di2) or MODBUS (Node Number, Address)
10.1.3 CHANNEL DEFINITION (x501)
LOGICAL CHANNEL
PARAMETERS
AI1 – AI8
DC input terminal block (Ai1, Ai2) or Universal input terminal block (Ai3, Ai4, Ai5) or MODBUS (Node Number, Address)
Engineering UNIT value’s conversion parameters (Range, Scale)
Input adjustment parameters (Zero/Span: only for terminal block)
DI1 – DI8
Discrete input terminal block (Di1, Di2) or MODBUS (Node Number, Address)
DO1 – DO8
Discrete output terminal block (Do1, Do2) or MODBUS (Node Number, Address)
10.1.4 SAMPLE RATE
As the 71VR1 is a digital recorder, analog input signals are needed conversion into digital data at a fixed interval (A/D
conversion). The interval is called SAMPLE RATE.
Analog inputs supplied through the built-in terminals (Ai1 and Ai2) are sampled and converted by the 71VR1. Those
supplied through remote I/O are already converted into digital data at the field devices. The 71VR1 reads the data
from Modbus in the sample rate.
The sampling process runs in the CHANNEL block. The following table shows selectable rates depending on the
number of Modbus channels assigned to both inputs and outputs.
MODBUS CHANNEL NUMBER
Sample Rate
AVAILABLE SAMPLE RATE
0
100ms, 200ms, 500ms, 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s
1–2
200ms, 500ms, 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s
3–5
500ms, 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s
6 – 10
1s, 2s, 5s, 10s
11 – 20
2s, 5s, 10s
21 – 24
5s, 10s, 20s, 30s, 1min, 5min, 10min, 20min,
30min, 1 hour
20 sec. or longer sampling rate is available with firmware of major version 1, minor version 4.01 or higher.
NOTE
Discrete outputs are also controlled by the sample rate. The Modbus communication timeout setting for the remote I/O to
receive these outputs must be longer than the sample rate.
When sample rate is set longer than 10 seconds, the recording is performed at sample rate. However, detecting of alarm
and updating of Trend Display Screen and Digital Display Screen are performed at 10 seconds interval.
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10.1.5 DC INPUT TERMINAL BLOCK
10.1.5.1TYPE
Set input TYPE for ANALOG INPUT (Ai1, Ai2) from DC input terminal block. Choose proper TYPE based on the
signal you want to measure.
TYPE: -10 – 10V / - 5 – 5V / -1 – 1V / -20 – 20mA
10.1.5.2 ZERO/SPAN ADJUSTMENT
ZERO/SPAN adjustment for ANALOG INPUT (Ai1, Ai2) from the terminal block is available. ZERO adjustment is
equivalent to the offset, SPAN adjustment is equivalent to the gain. SPAN can be adjusted both in positive and negative side individually.
Though ZERO/SPAN adjustment is made before the factory shipment, it is still available for adjustment and revision
when you want.
10.1.6 UNIVERSAL INPUT TERMINAL BLOCK (x501)
10.1.6.1 SENSOR TYPE
Select input TYPE for ANALOG INPUT (Ai3, Ai4 and Ai5) from the universal input terminal block. Make sure the TYPE
you selected is fit for the signal you want to measure.
SENSOR TYPE
TYPE
DC
-10 – 10V / -5 – 5V / -1 – 1V / -20 – 20mA
T/C
K / E / J / T / B / R / S / C / N / U / L / P / PR
RTD
Pt 100 (JIS ’97, IEC) / Pt 100 (JIS ’89) / JPt 100 (JIS ’89) / Pt 50 (JIS ’81) / Ni 100 / Cu 10 / Cu 50
NOTE
When T/C or RTD is selected, Sample Rate should be set to 500ms or more.
10.1.6.2 ZERO/SPAN ADJUSTMENT (DC)
When DC is selected, ZERO/SPAN adjustment for ANALOG INPUT (Ai3, Ai4 and Ai5) is available. ZERO adjustment
is equivalent to the offset, SPAN adjustment is equivalent to the gain. SPAN can be adjusted both in positive and
negative side individually.
Though ZERO/SPAN adjustment is made before the factory shipment, it is still available for adjustment and revision
when you want.
10.1.6.3 ZERO/SPAN ADJUSTMENT (T/C, RTD)
When T/C or RTD is selected, ZERO/SPAN adjustment for ANALOG INPUT (Ai3, Ai4 and Ai5) is available. ZERO
adjustment is equivalent to the offset, SPAN adjustment is equivalent to the gain. SPAN can only be adjusted in positive side.
Though ZERO/SPAN adjustment is made before the factory shipment, it is still available for adjustment and revision
when you want.
10.1.7MODBUS
Use MODBUS commands as shown below, a query is sent for each point.
DATA
MODBUS FUNCTION
AI
Read Input Register (04) / Rear Holding Resister (03) 1.4
DI
Read Input Status (02) / Read Coil Status (01) 1.4
DO
Force Single Coil (05)
The communication specification of RS-485 is as shown below. Make the setting in the remote I/O side according to
the following data.
Baud rate: 4800bps, 9600bps, 19200bps, 38400bps
Parity:
Odd
Data:
8 bits
Stop bit:
1 bit
NOTE
Only integer data (signed 16 bit data) as the analog data can be processed via MODBUS.
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10.1.8 ANALOG DATA CONVERSION (x001 / x101)
10.1.8.1 ANALOG DATA CONVERSION FROM RANGE TO BIN DATA
The 71VR1-E001 and E101 handles two types of analog data, one from the built-in terminals, another from Modbus
network. When analog input signals are provided to the 71VR1 in these varied forms, it converts them to a standard
format called BIN data, ranging 0 to 10000.
RANGE setting determines the lower and upper limits of input signal converted respectively to 0 and 10000.
On the trend graph screen, 0 and 10000 is respectively shown at the left and right edges of the graph.
10.1.8.2 ANALOG DATA CONVERSION FROM BIN DATA TO SCALE
The next step is setting SCALE to convert the BIN data into actual engineering unit values, which are used on the
digital display screen.
All settings in the TRIGGER and ALARM blocks are performed in the engineering unit values based on the SCALE
range.
Terminal Block Input
MODBUS Input
Sampling Data
Input RANGE
MIN
Input RANGE
MAX
Analog Conversion Based on RANGE
RANGE
BIN Data (0 – 10000)
BIN Data (0-10000)
Left Edge
Right Edge
Analog Conversion Based on SCALE
Engineering Unit Value
Engineering Unit Value
SCALE
DATA TYPE
Sampling Data
BIN Data
Engineering Unit
Value
DETAILS
DC input terminal block
Internal A/D converter’s value
MODBUS
Signed 16-bit data which is read out from
the slave device.
PURPOSE
Internal processing
Based on the sampling data’s RANGE setting, the value within the selected
range is converted to the BIN data within 0 – 10000 (valid range: -2000 to
12000).
NOTE: When the data exceeds 0 – 10000, it is displayed as MIN or MAX in
the TREND graph display.
Internal processing
(save, judge, display)
Based on the sampling data RANGE setting, the selected range value is
converted to a primary value, engineering unit value.
DIGITAL display,
ALARM setting,
TRIGGER setting
• INSTANCE
[Step1]
First, set RANGE to choose a valid range.
Example) When the input signal is -10 – +10V from the terminal block and needs to be full-screen displayed to 0 – 10V,
the settings are as follows.
RANGE setting: 0.00 (corresponding to BIN data 0) – 10.00 (corresponding to BIN data 10000)
0V is on the left edge of the screen and 10V is on the right edge of the screen.
[Step2]
Second, set SCALE to choose primary values corresponding to the left edge and the right edge of your display screen.
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Example) When you want to set 0[V] → 1[A], 10[V] → 64[A], set the SCALE as follows.
SCALE: 1.000 – 64.000
1[A] is on the left edge, and 64[A] is on the right edge of the screen.
NOTE
Use the 71VRCFG to set the ENGINEERING UNIT.
10.1.9 ANALOG DATA CONVERSION (x501)
x501 can process 3 types of analog data (DC input terminal block, universal input terminal block, MODBUS). The
conversion method of DC input terminal block, universal input terminal block (DC) or MODBUS is different from the
one of universal input terminal block (T/C, RTD).
10.1.9.1 ANALOG DATA CONVERSION ACCORDING TO THE RANGE (→ BIN data)
In order to absorb the difference among the physical inputs from DC input terminal block, universal input terminal
block (DC) and MODBUS, all data is converted to 0 to 10000 which is called BIN data (DC).
In order to convert the sampled raw data (sampling data) to BIN data (DC) correctly, Range setting is required.
MIN corresponds to 0, MAX corresponds to 10000. BIN data (DC) 0 is shown on the left edge, 10000 is shown on
the right edge of its TREND graph.
Sampling data is processed as BIN data (Temperature) for universal input terminal block (T/C, RTD). The accuracy
of the sampling data is based on TEMPERATURE UNIT.
When TEMPERATURE UNIT is set to Celsius (°C) or Kelvin (K), sampling data is 10 times of input temperature (°C,
K).
Example) When input temperature is 27.1°C, sampling data is 271.
When TEMPERATURE UNIT is set to Fahrenheit (°F), sampling data is equal to the input temperature.
Example) When input temperature is 451°F, sampling data is 451.
In the case of universal input terminal block (T/C, RTD), the RANGE setting is only used for the TREND graph’s display. MIN of the selected RANGE is shown on the left edge, MAX of the selected RANGE is shown on the right edge.
NOTE
When a burnout occurs, sampling data is 0x7FFF.
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10.1.9.2 ANALOG DATA CONVERSION ACCORDING TO THE SCALE (→ engineering unit value)
Set the SCALE to make the BIN data to the actual data values. SCALE setting is used to convert the BIN data (DC)
to the engineering unit values, and indicated in the digital display.
Therefore, in order to display the correct engineering unit values, correct SCALE setting is required.
In TRIGGER block and ALARM block, all settings are based on the engineering unit values.
Terminal Block Input
MODBUS Input
Sampling Data
Input RANGE
MIN
Input RANGE
MAX
Analog Conversion Based on RANGE
RANGE
BIN Data (0 – 10000)
BIN Data (0-10000)
Left Edge
Right Edge
Analog Conversion Based on SCALE
Engineering Unit Value
Engineering Unit Value
SCALE
DATA TYPE
Sampling Data
BIN Data (DC)
Engineering Unit
Value
DETAILS
DC input terminal block
Internal A/D converter’s value
Universal input terminal block
(DC)
Internal D/A converter’s value
MODBUS
Signed 16-bit data which is read out from
the slave device.
PURPOSE
Internal processing
Based on the sampling data’s RANGE setting, the value within the selected
range is converted to the BIN data within 0 – 10000 (valid range: -2000 to
12000).
NOTE: When the data exceeds 0 – 10000, it is displayed as MIN or MAX in
the TREND graph display.
Internal processing
(save, judge, display)
Based on the sampling data RANGE setting, the selected range value is
converted to a primary value, engineering unit value.
DIGITAL display,
ALARM setting,
TRIGGER setting
• INSTANCE
[Step1]
First, set RANGE to choose a valid range.
Example) When the input signal is -10 – +10V from the terminal block and needs to be full-screen displayed to 0
– 10V, the settings are as follows.
RANGE setting: 0.00 (corresponding to BIN data 0) – 10.00 (corresponding to BIN data 10000)
0V is on the left edge of the screen and 10V is on the right edge of the screen.
[Step2]
Second, set SCALE to choose primary values corresponding to the left edge and the right edge of your display
screen.
Example) When you want to set 0[V] → 1[A], 10[V] → 64[A], set the SCALE as follows.
SCALE: 1.000 – 64.000
1[A] is on the left edge, and 64[A] is on the right edge of the screen.
• Use the 71VRCFG to set the ENGINEERING UNIT.
SCALE setting for BIN data (Temperature) is not required as its conversion is not available.
• When a burnout occurs, sampling data is 0x7FFF.
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Sampling Data
Terminal Block Input
BIN Data (Temperature)
BIN Data (Temperature)
Left Edge
Right Edge
RANGE
Engineering Unit Value
Engineering Unit Value
Celsius, Kelvin: 0.1 times
Fahrenheit: no conversion
DATA TYPE
DETAILS
Celsius, Kelvin: 10 times of input temperature (°C, K)
Fahrenheit: input temperature (°F)
Burnout: 0x7FFF
Sampling Data
Universal input terminal block
(T/C, RTD)
BIN Data
(Temperature)
Sampling data
NOTE: When the data exceeds the selected RANGE, it is displayed as MIN or
MAX in the TREND graph display.
PURPOSE
Internal processing
Internal processing
(save, judge, display)
[Celsius, Kelvin]
Engineering Unit
Value
0.1 times of BIN data (temperature)
e.g., BIN data (temperature) 271 → engineering unit value 27.1
[Fahrenheit]
BIN data (temperature)
e.g., BIN data (temperature) 411 → engineering unit value 411
[Burnout]
0x7FFFFFFF
NOTE: SCALE conversion of BIN data (temperature) is not available.
DIGITAL display,
ALARM setting,
TRIGGER setting
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10.1.9.3 AVAILABLE RANGE
[DC]
DC
MIN
MAX
-10 – 10V
-10.000
10.000
-5 – 5V
-5.000
5.000
-1 – 1V
-1.000
1.000
-20.000
20.000
-20 – 20mA
[T/C]
T/C
TEMPERATURE UNIT : Celsius (°C)
MIN
MAX
K
-272.000
1472.000
E
-272.000
1100.000
J
-260.000
1300.000
T
-272.000
500.000
B
24.000
1920.000
R
-100.000
1860.000
S
-100.000
1860.000
C
-52.000
2416.000
N
-272.000
1400.000
U
-252.000
700.000
L
-252.000
1000.000
P
-52.000
1496.000
PR
-52.000
1860.000
[RTD]
RTD
TEMPERATURE UNIT : Celsius (°C)
MIN
MAX
Pt 100 (JIS ’97, IEC)
-240.000
900.000
Pt 100 (JIS ’89)
-240.000
900.000
JPt 100 (JIS ’89)
-236.000
560.000
Pt 50 (JIS ’81)
-236.000
700.000
Ni 100
-100.000
252.000
Cu 10
-212.000
312.000
Cu 50
-100.000
200.000
NOTE
The RANGE of T/C or RTD is based on the TEMPERATURE UNIT.
When temperature is set to Fahrenheit, RANGE value is the same as the temperature. Refer to the equations in the
following table.
TEMPERATURE UNIT
EQUATION
Fahrenheit (°F)
°F = (°C × (9/5)) + 32
Kelvin (K)
K = °C + 273.15
10.1.10 ENGINEERING UNIT, TAG NAME
Use the 71VRCFG to set the ENGINEERING UNIT (AI only), TAG NAME (AI, DI) for the defined logical channels.
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10.2SETTING
10.2.1 OPERATING MODE
10.2.1.1 SAMPLE RATE (100ms/200ms/500ms/1s/2s/5s/10s/20s/30s/1min/5min/10min/20min/30min/1 hour)
The setting data can be initialized to the factory setting.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
OPERATING MODE is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display CHANNEL/OPERATING MODE menu.
SAMPLE RATE is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
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Press [
] (F2) button to set 1 hour → 30min → 20min → 10min →
5min → 1min → 30s → 20s → 10s → 5s → 2s → 1s → 500ms → 200ms
→ 100ms.
→→
Press [→→] (F3) button to set 100ms → 200ms → 500ms → 1s → 2s →
5s → 10s → 20s → 30s → 1min → 5min → 10min → 20min → 30min →
1 hour.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving SAMPLE
RATE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving SAMPLE
RATE.
20 sec. or longer sampling rate is available with firmware of major version 1, minor version 4.01 or higher.
NOTE
In case of x501, when T/C or RTD of universal input terminal block is selected, SAMPLE RATE should be set to 500 ms or more.
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10.2.1.2 NORMAL/DEMO (OPERATING MODE)
Select OPERATING MODE for normal operating. The graphs can be displayed even in DEMO mode.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display the CHANNEL MENU.
OPERATING MODE is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display CHANNEL/OPERATING MODE menu.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select NORMAL/DEMO. Press [EDIT]
(F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
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] (F2) button to set DEMO → NORMAL.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set NORMAL → DEMO.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving NORMAL/DEMO.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving NORMAL/
DEMO.
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10.2.2 ANALOG INPUT (AI1 – AI8)
10.2.2.1 FIELD CHANNEL (DC input terminal block / MODBUS, x001/x101)
Set FIELD CHANNEL (Terminal block or MODBUS) which is assigned to AI1 – AI8.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL from AI1
to AI8.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select FIELD CHANNEL. Press [EDIT/→
→] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set NONE → MODBUS → Ai2 → Ai1.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set Ai1 → Ai2 → MODBUS → NONE.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving FIELD
CHANNEL.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving FIELD CHANNEL.
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10.2.2.2 FIELD CHANNEL (DC input terminal block / universal input terminal block / MODBUS, x501)
Set FIELD CHANNEL (Terminal block or MODBUS) which is assigned to AI1 – AI8.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL from AI1
to AI8.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select FIELD CHANNEL. Press [EDIT/→→]
(F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [
] (F2) button to set NONE → MODBUS → Ai5 → Ai4 → Ai3
→ Ai2 → Ai1.
→→
Press [→→] (F3) button to set Ai1 → Ai2 → Ai3 → Ai4 → Ai5 → MODBUS
→ NONE.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving FIELD
CHANNEL.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving FIELD CHANNEL.
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10.2.2.3 TYPE (DC input terminal block: -10 – 10V / -5 – 5V / -1 – 1V / -20 – 20mA)
Choose a TYPE when the DC input terminal block (Ai1 or Ai2) is selected as a FIELD CHANNEL.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TYPE. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button
to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set -5 – 5V→ -1 – 1V → -10 – 10V → -20 –
→→
Press [
20mA.
Press [→→] (F3) button to set -20 – 20mA → -10 – 10V → -1 – 1V →
-5 – 5V.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving TYPE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving TYPE.
NOTE
These are screens of x001/x101.
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10.2.2.4 SENSOR TYPE (Universal input terminal block, x501)
When universal input terminal block (Ai3, Ai4 or Ai5) is selected as FIELD CHANNEL, choose input SENSOR
TYPE.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select SENSOR TYPE. Press [EDIT/→→]
(F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set RTD → T/C → DC.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set DC → T/C → RTD.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving SENSOR TYPE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving SENSOR
TYPE.
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10.2.2.5 TYPE (DC: -10 – 10V / -5 – 5V / -1 – 1V / -20 – 20mA, x501)
When universal terminal block (Ai3, Ai4 or Ai5) is selected as FIELD CHANNEL and input SENSOR TYPE is set to
DC, TYPE setting is required.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TYPE. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button
to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set -5 – 5V→ -1 – 1V → -10 – 10V → -20 –
→→
Press [
20mA.
Press [→→] (F3) button to set -20 – 20mA → -10 – 10V → -1 – 1V →
-5 – 5V.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving TYPE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving TYPE.
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10.2.2.6 TYPE (T/C: K/E/J/T/B/R/S/C/N/U/L/P/PR, x501)
When universal terminal block (Ai3, Ai4 or Ai5) is selected and input SENSOR TYPE is set to T/C, TYPE setting is
required.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TYPE. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button
to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [
] (F2) button to set PR → P → L → U → N → C → S → R →
B → T → J → E → K.
→→
Press [→→] (F3) button to set K → E → J → T→ B → R → S → C → N →
U → L → P → PR.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving TYPE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving TYPE.
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10.2.2.7 CJC (T/C: OFF/ON, x501)
When universal terminal block (Ai3, Ai4 or Ai5) is selected and input SENSOR TYPE is set to T/C, CJC setting is
required.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL from AI1 to
AI8, and then press [PAGE→→] (F5) button.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CJC. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to
enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set ON → OFF.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set OFF → ON.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving CJC.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving CJC.
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10.2.2.8TYPE (RTD: Pt100 (JIS’97, IEC) / Pt100 (JIS’89) / JPt100 (JIS’89) / Pt50 (JIS’81) / Ni100 / Cu10 / Cu50, x501)
When universal terminal block (Ai3, Ai4 or Ai5) is selected as FIELD CHANNEL and input SENSOR TYPE is set to
RTD, TYPE setting is required.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TYPE. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button
to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [
] (F2) button to set Cu 50 → Cu 10 → Ni 100 → Pt 50 (JIS ’81)
→ JPt 100 (JIS ’89) → Pt 100 (JIS ’89) → Pt 100 (JIS ’97, IEC).
→→
Press [→→] (F3) button to set Pt 100 (JIS ’97, IEC) → Pt 100 (JIS ’89) →
JPt 100 (JIS ’89) → Pt 50 (JIS ’81) → Ni 100 → Cu 10 → Cu 50.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving TYPE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving TYPE.
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10.2.2.9 NODE (MODBUS: 1 – 247)
Set the remote I/O NODE number when FIELD CHANNEL is selected to MODBUS. The available setting range is
1 – 247.
CAUTION !
MODBUS Node number 247 of x501 is used for internal processing, therefore the setting is not available.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select NODE. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving NODE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving NODE.
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10.2.2.10ADDRESS (MODBUS: 1 – 9999)
Set the assigned channel’s remote I/O address when selecting MODBUS as the FIELD CHANNEL. The available
setting range is 1 – 9999.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ADDRESS. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving ADDRESS.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving ADDRESS.
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10.2.2.11 MODBUS FUNCTION (For Modbus: Read Input Register (04) / Read Holding Register (03)) (1.4)
Set the assigned channel’s MODBUS FUNCTION when selecting MODBUS as the FIELD CHANNEL.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6) button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select MODBUS FUNCTION. Press
[EDIT/→→] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [←←] (F2) button to set Read Holding Register (03) → Read
Input Register (04).
Press [→→] (F3) button to set Read Input Register (04) → Read Holding Register (03).
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving MODBUS FUNCTION.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving MODBUS
FUNCTION.
NOTE
Set Read Holding Register (03), only when the 71VR1 communicates with SC200 or SC210.
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10.2.2.12RANGE
Set a RANGE. RANGE MIN is the value you want to show on the left edge of the TREND graph, RANGE MAX is the
value you want to show on the right edge of the TREND graph.
[Case of the DC input terminal block (Ai1, Ai2)]
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select RANGE MIN. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit,
or reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit, or
reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving RANGE
MIN.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving RANGE
MIN.
• Setting range
TYPE -10 – 10V -5 – 5V -1 – 1V -20 – 20mA RANGE
-10.000 – +10.000
-5.000 – +5.000
-1.000 – +1.000
-20.000 – +20.000
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select RANGE MAX. Press [EDIT/→→]
(F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit,
or reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit, or
reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving RANGE
MAX.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving RANGE
MAX.
• Setting range
TYPE -10 – 10V -5 – 5V -1 – 1V -20 – 20mA RANGE
-10.000 – +10.000
-5.000 – +5.000
-1.000 – +1.000
-20.000 – +20.000
NOTE
These are screens of x001/x101.
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[Case of universal input terminal block (Ai3, Ai4 and Ai5), x501]
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set, press [PAGE→→] (F5) button.
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RANGE MIN is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) to enable editing. The text
color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit,
or reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit, or
reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving RANGE
MIN.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving RANGE
MIN.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select RANGE MAX. Press [EDIT] (F6)
button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit,
or reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit, or
reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving RANGE
MAX.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving RANGE
MAX.
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[Case of MODBUS input]
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set, press [PAGE→→] (F5) button.
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RANGE MIN is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing.
The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit,
or reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit, or
reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving RANGE
MIN.
NOTE
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving RANGE
MIN.
Refer to the remote I/O specification for the setting range.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select RANGE MAX. Press [EDIT] (F6)
button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit,
or reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit, or
reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving RANGE
MAX.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving RANGE
MAX.
NOTE
Refer to the remote I/O specification for the setting range.
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10.2.2.13SCALE
Set a SCALE. SCALE MIN corresponds to the range MIN, SCALE MAX corresponds to the range MAX.
[Case of the DC input terminal block (Ai1, Ai2)]
Press and hold F1 button on TREND display screen, DIGITAL display
screen or CONTROL MENU, SETTING MENU is displayed.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set, press [PAGE→→] (F5) button.
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SCALE MIN is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing.
The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit,
or reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit, or
reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving SCALE
MIN.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving SCALE MIN.
• Setting range
-999999.999 – +999999.999
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select SCALE MAX. Press [EDIT] (F6)
button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit,
or reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit, or
reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving SCALE
MAX.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving SCALE
MAX.
• Setting range
-999999.999 – +999999.999
NOTE
These are screens of x001/x101.
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[Case of universal input terminal block (Ai3, Ai4 and Ai5), x501]
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set, press [PAGE→→] (F5) button.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select SCALE MIN. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit,
or reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit, or
reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving SCALE
MIN.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving SCALE MIN.
• Setting range
-999999.999 – +999999.999
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select SCALE MAX. Press [EDIT] (F6)
button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit,
or reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit, or
reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving SCALE
MAX.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving SCALE
MAX.
• Setting range
-999999.999 – +999999.999
NOTE
When SENSOR TYPE is set to T/C or RTD, SCALE setting is not required.
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[Case of MODBUS input]
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set, press [PAGE→→] (F5) button.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select SCALE MIN. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit,
or reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit, or
reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving SCALE
MIN.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving SCALE MIN.
• Setting range
-999999.999 – +999999.999
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select SCALE MAX. Press [EDIT] (F6)
button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit,
or reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit, or
reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving SCALE
MAX.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving SCALE
MAX.
• Setting range
-999999.999 – +999999.999
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10.2.2.14ENGINEERING UNIT
Set the ENGINEERING UNIT within 4 characters. It can be set by using the 71VRCFG, displayed on the 71VR1 by
using the operation buttons. The editing is not available on the 71VR1.
[Case of DC input terminal block (Ai1, Ai2)]
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set, press [PAGE→→] (F5) button to display page 2/3.
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The ENGINEERING UNIT and the TAG NAME which were set via the
71VRCFG are displayed here.
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[x501]
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set, press [PAGE→→] (F5) button to display page 3/4.
The ENGINEERING UNIT and the TAG NAME which were set via the
71VRCFG are displayed here.
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[Case of MODBUS input]
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set, press [PAGE→→] (F5) button to display page 3/3.
The ENGINEERING UNIT and the TAG NAME which were set via the
71VRCFG can be displayed but can not be edited here.
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10.2.2.15TAG NAME
Set the TAG NAME within 8 characters by using the 71VRCFG. The 71VR1 can only display the TAG NAME you
set. Refer to Section 10.2.2.13 to learn how to display the TAG NAME on the 71VR1.
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10.2.2.16ZERO/SPAN ADJUSTMENT (DC input terminal block)
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set, press [PAGE→→] (F5) button to display page 3/3.
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ZERO/SPAN is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing.
The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set -SPAN → +SPAN → ZERO.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set ZERO → +SPAN → -SPAN.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to cancel editing without saving changes.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to save changes and quit.
Use [NEXT] (F2) and [PREVIOUS] (F3) buttons to move the cursor
among UP, DOWN, CANCEL and SAVE.
Use [EDIT] (F6) button to control UP, DOWN, CANCEL and SAVE
values.
FINE ADJ VALUE is used to calibrate the input signal slightly.
COARSE ADJ VALUE is used to calibrate it significantly.
Adjusted value goes down by pressing [EDIT] (F6) button when the
cursor is at DOWN position, while it goes up at UP position.
SAVE SETTING/CANCEL is used to invalidate the adjusted value.
SAVE SETTING/SAVE is used to save the adjusted value into the nonvolatile memory.
NOTE
These are screens of x001/x101.
PRESENT VALUE shows the actual input value in red color, in Volts [V] for TYPE -1 – 1V, -5 – 5V, -10 – 10V or in Milliamps
[mA] for TYPE -20 – 20mA. The table below shows setting examples. The upper rows in each column show the input signal
at the terminals, and the lower rows show the target values.
-1 – 1V
-5 – 5V
-10 – 10V
-20 – 20mA
ZERO
+SPAN
0V
1V
-SPAN
-1V
0.000
1.000
-1.000
0V
5V
-5V
0.000
5.000
-5.000
0V
10V
-10V
0.000
10.000
-10.000
0mA
20mA
-20mA
0.000
20.000
-20.000
NOTE
SPAN is applied as gain adjustment. When -SPAN adjustment is applied, the greater the adjusted value is, the smaller the input
value is adjusted to, and vice versa.
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10.2.2.17ZERO/SPAN ADJUSTMENT (Universal input terminal, x501)
[SENSOR TYPE: DC]
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set, press [PAGE→→] (F5) button to display page 4/4.
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ZERO/SPAN is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing.
The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set -SPAN → +SPAN → ZERO.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set ZERO → +SPAN → -SPAN.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to cancel editing without saving changes.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to save changes and quit.
Use [NEXT] (F2) and [PREVIOUS] (F3) buttons to move the cursor
among UP, DOWN, CANCEL and SAVE.
Use [EDIT] (F6) button to control UP, DOWN, CANCEL and SAVE
values.
FINE ADJ VALUE is used to calibrate the input signal slightly.
COARSE ADJ VALUE is used to calibrate it significantly.
Adjusted value goes down by pressing [EDIT] (F6) button when the
cursor is at DOWN position, while it goes up at UP position.
SAVE SETTING/CANCEL is used to invalidate the adjusted value.
SAVE SETTING/SAVE is used to save the adjusted value into the nonvolatile memory.
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[SENSOR TYPE: T/C or RTD]
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ANALOG INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL you want
to set, press [PAGE→→] (F5) button to display page 4/4.
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ZERO/SPAN is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing.
The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set +SPAN → ZERO.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set ZERO → +SPAN.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to cancel editing without saving changes.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to save changes and quit.
Use [NEXT] (F2) and [PREVIOUS] (F3) buttons to move the cursor
among UP, DOWN, CANCEL and SAVE.
Use [EDIT] (F6) button to control UP, DOWN, CANCEL and SAVE
values.
FINE ADJ VALUE is used to calibrate the input signal slightly.
COARSE ADJ VALUE is used to calibrate it significantly.
Adjusted value goes down by pressing [EDIT] (F6) button when the
cursor is at DOWN position, while it goes up at UP position.
SAVE SETTING/CANCEL is used to invalidate the adjusted value.
SAVE SETTING/SAVE is used to save the adjusted value into the nonvolatile memory.
PRESENT VALUE shows present input value by red color. The temperature unit is the one which was selected in
TEMPERATURE UNIT.
CAUTION !
Make sure that CJC setting is correct when making ZERO/SPAN adjustment.
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10.2.3 DISCRETE INPUT (DI1 – DI8)
10.2.3.1 FIELD CHANNEL (Terminal block/MODBUS)
Set a form of FIELD CHANNEL (terminal block or MODBUS) which is assigned to DI1 – DI8.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select DISCRETE INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display CHANNEL/DISCRETE INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL from DI1
till DI8.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select a FIELD CHANNEL. Press
[EDIT/→→] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to
magenta.
] (F2) button to set NONE → MODBUS → Di2 → Di1.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set Di1 → Di2 → MODBUS → NONE.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving FIELD
CHANNEL.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving FIELD CHANNEL.
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10.2.3.2 NODE (MODBUS: 1 – 247)
Set the remote I/O NODE number when you selected MODBUS as the FIELD CHANNEL. The available range is 1
– 247.
CAUTION !
MODBUS Node number 247 of x501 is used for internal processing, therefore the setting is not available.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select DISCRETE INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display the CHANNEL/DISCRETE INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL from DI1
till DI8.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button twice to select NODE. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving NODE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving NODE.
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10.2.3.3 ADDRESS (MODBUS: 1 – 9999)
Set the assigned channel’s remote I/O address when selecting MODBUS as the FIELD CHANNEL. The available
setting range is 1 – 9999.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display the CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select DISCRETE INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display the CHANNEL/DISCRETE INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL from DI1
till DI8.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button 3 times to select ADDRESS. Press [EDIT/→→]
(F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving ADDRESS.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving ADDRESS.
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10.2.3.4 MODBUS FUNCTION (For Modbus: Read Input Status (02) / Read Coil Status (01) (1.4)
Set the assigned channel’s MODBUS FUNCTION when selecting MODBUS as the FIELD CHANNEL.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6) button to display the CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select DISCRETE INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display the CHANNEL/DISCRETE INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL from DI1
till DI8.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select MODBUS FUNCTION. Press
[EDIT/→→] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [←←] (F2) button to set Read Coil Status (01) → Read Input
Status (02).
Press [→→] (F3) button to set Read Input Status (02) → Read Coil
Status (01).
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving MODBUS FUNCTION.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving MODBUS
FUNCTION.
NOTE
Set Read Coil Status (01), only when the 71VR1 communicates with SC200 or SC210.
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10.2.3.5 TAG NAME
Set the TAG NAME within 8 characters by using the 71VRCFG. The 71VR1 can only display the TAG NAME you
set.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display the CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select DISCRETE INPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display the CHANNEL/DISCRETE INPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an INPUT CHANNEL from DI1
till DI8. The selected channel’s tag name is displayed.
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10.2.4 DISCRETE OUTPUT (DO1 – DO8)
10.2.4.1 FIELD CHANNEL (Terminal block/MODBUS)
Set a form field channel (Terminal block or MODBUS) which is assigned to DO1 – DO8.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display the CHANNEL MENU.
Select DISCRETE OUTPUT, press [ENTER] (F6) button to display
CHANNEL/DISCRETE OUTPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an OUTPUT CHANNEL from
DO1 till DO8.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select FIELD CHANNEL. Press [EDIT/→→]
(F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set NONE → MODBUS → Do2 → Do1.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set Do1 → Do2 → MODBUS → NONE.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving FIELD
CHANNEL.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving FIELD CHANNEL.
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10.2.4.2 NODE (MODBUS: 1 – 247)
Set the remote I/O NODE number when you selected MODBUS as the FIELD CHANNEL. The available range is 1
– 247.
CAUTION !
MODBUS Node number 247 of x501 is used for internal processing, therefore the setting is not available.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display the CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button, select DISCRETE OUTPUT, press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display the CHANNEL/DISCRETE OUTPUT menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an OUTPUT CHANNEL you
want to set.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select NODE. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving NODE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving NODE.
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10.2.4.3 ADDRESS (MODBUS)
Set the remote I/O ADDRESS number when you selected MODBUS as the FIELD CHANNEL. The setting range is
1 – 9999.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display the CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select DISCRETE OUTPUT, press [ENTER] (F6) button to display the CHANNEL/DISCRETE OUTPUT
menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose an OUTPUT CHANNEL you
want to set.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ADDRESS. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving ADDRESS.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving ADDRESS.
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10.2.5INITIALIZE (Reset the adjustment value from Terminal Input to the factory setting)
Set the ZERO/SPAN adjustment value back to the factory setting.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CHANNEL, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select INITIALIZE, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL/INITIALIZE/INPUT TERMINAL menu.
ZERO/SPAN INITIALIZE is selected.
Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to
magenta.
] (F2) button to set YES → NO.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set NO → YES.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving ZERO/
SPAN INITIALIZE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving ZERO/SPAN
INITIALIZE.
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11.PEN
11.1DESCRIPTION
In order to record and display the data which was mapped to the logical channel (AI, DI) in the CHANNEL block, you
also need to map it to the PEN.
AI1
AI2
AI8
P1
P2
DI1
DI2
DI16
P16
11.2SETTING
11.2.1 INPUT (Input channel selection: AI1 – AI8, DI1 – DI8)
Select the INPUT CHANNEL mapping to the PEN from AI1 to AI8 or DI1 to DI8.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select PEN, press [ENTER] (F6) button to
display PEN SETTING menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button to select a PEN from P1 to P16.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select INPUT. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set NONE → DI8 →• • • → DI1 → AI8 →
→→
Press [
AI1.
Press [→→] (F3) button to set AI1 →
NONE.
•••
→ AI8 → DI1 →
•••
•••
→
→ DI8 →
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving INPUT.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving INPUT.
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11.2.2COLOR
Set the COLOR of a PEN for Trend graph display.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select PEN, press [ENTER] (F6) button to
display PEN SETTING menu.
Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button to select a PEN from P1 to P16.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button twice to select COLOR. Press [EDIT/→→]
(F6) button to enable editing.
] (F2) or [→→] (F3) button to select a color you like.
→→
Press [
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving
COLOR.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving COLOR.
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11.2.3 TAG NAME
It is available to display the TAG NAME which was set to the channel (AI, DI) mapping to the PEN. Editing the TAG
NAME is not available.
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12.TRIGGER
12.1DESCRIPTION
Trigger functions are useful for efficient use of memory area, by saving only necessary trend data. Three trigger
conditions, T1 through T3, can be combined in logical AND or ON operations to activate recording. By combining
these conditions, not only simple ‘under-zone’ or ‘over-zone’ triggers but also more complex ‘inside-zone’ and ‘outside-zone’ triggers can be programmed easily.
CAUTION !
The channels used for trigger conditions are Not pens, but logical channels defined in the CHANNEL block.
DETECT MODE
OR
AND
DESCRIPTION
Recording is triggered when one or more of T1, T2 and T3 trigger conditions are true.
Recording is triggered only when all of T1, T2 and T3 trigger conditions are true.
TRIGGER TYPE
DESCRIPTION
Manual
Manually starting recording by pressing the button. A predefined number of samples (pretrigger and posttrigger) are
recorded.
DI Edge
DI Level
AI Edge
AI Level
IMAGE
When a change from ON to OFF or OFF to ON, pre-defined as trigger edge, is detected, a pre-defined number of
samples (pretrigger and posttrigger) are recorded.
Recording is started when the trigger DI signal is at the
pre-defined trigger level, ON or OFF. After the trigger condition is canceled, recording continues until the posttrigger
number of samples are stored.
When the trigger AI signal goes over (OVER) or falls
under (UNDER) the pre-defined level, a pre-defined
number of samples (pretrigger and posttrigger) are
recorded.
Recording is started when the trigger AI signal goes over
(OVER) or falls under (UNDER) the pre-defined level.
After the trigger condition is canceled, recording continues
until the posttrigger number of samples are stored.
(Setting example 1) Recording is triggered when AI1 > 5 V or AI2 > 5 V.
DETECT MODE: OR
T1 settings: Trigger type: AI level, Mode: OVER, Channel: AI1, Level: 5.000
T2 settings: Trigger type: AI level, Mode: OVER, Channel: AI2, Level: 5.000
(Setting example 2) Recording is triggered when 2 V < AI1 < 5 V.
DETECT MODE: AND
T1 settings: Trigger type: AI level, Mode: OVER, Channel: AI1, Level: 2.000
T2 settings: Trigger type: AI level, Mode: UNDER, Channel: AI1, Level: 5.000
(Setting example 3) Detection of burnout (x501)
Temperature: °C
AI 1: T/C (K)
DETECT MODE: OR
T1 settings: Trigger type: AI level, Mode: OVER, Channel: AI1, Level: 1472.000
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Set the level at the maximum value in the measurement range. The temperature unit is set in TEMPERATURE UNIT.
(About the maximum value in the measurement range, see section 10.1.9.3)
When START TRIGGER RECORDING is selected in CONTROL MENU, the recorder enters the trigger waiting state.
REC indicator (red) in the trend screen blinks.
When it records data into a file, REC (red) stops blinking. It restarts blinking when the recorder goes back to the waiting state.
If the trigger conditions are judged true before the pretrigger number of samples are sampled after the trigger recording is initiated, only those already sampled are recorded.
If the trigger conditions are judged true before the posttrigger recording for the previous recording is complete, the
posttrigger number of samples from that moment are recorded.
Trigger Detection Point
Pretrigger
Postrigger
If the trigger conditions are judged true before
the posttrigger recording for the previous recording
is complete, the posttrigger number of samples
from that moment are recorded.
If the trigger conditions are judged true before the pretrigger
number of samples are sampled after the trigger recording
is initiated, only those already sampled are recorded.
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12.2SETTING
12.2.1 TRIGGER COMMON SETTING
12.2.1.1 DETECT MODE (OR/AND)
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TRIGGER. Press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display TRIGGER MENU.
BASIC SETTING is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button.
DETECT MODE is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
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] (F2) button to set AND → OR.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set OR → AND.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving DETECT
MODE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving DETECT
MODE.
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12.2.1.2 PRETRIGGER (0 – 99 samples)
Set the recording sample number (pretrigger) before detecting trigger.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TRIGGER. Press ENTER (F6) button to display TRIGGER MENU.
BASIC SETTING is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select PRETRIGGER. Press [EDIT] (F6)
button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving PRETRIGGER.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving PRETRIGGER.
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12.2.1.3 POSTTRIGGER (0 – 99 samples)
Set the recording sample number (posttrigger) after detecting trigger.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TRIGGER. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display TRIGGER MENU.
BASIC SETTING is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select POSTTRIGGER. Press [EDIT] (F6)
button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving POSTTRIGGER.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving POSTTRIGGER.
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12.2.2TRIGGER
12.2.2.1 TRIGGER CONDITION (DI edge / DI level / AI edge / AI level / None)
Set the trigger condition. Settings are done individually for T1 through T3. AI edge and AI level are analog trigger,
DI edge and DI level are digital trigger.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TRIGGER. Press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display TRIGGER MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TRIGGER and press [ENTER] (F6)
button.
Select desired trigger T1 through T3 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6) button. Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TRIGGER CONDITION.
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Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes
to magenta.
Press [
] (F2) button to set NONE → AI LEVEL → AI EDGE → DI
LEVEL → DI EDGE.
→→
Press [→→] (F3) button to set DI EDGE → DI LEVEL → AI EDGE → AI
LEVEL → NONE.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving TRIGGER CONDITION.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving TRIGGER
CONDITION.
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12.2.2.2 MODE (UNDER/OVER, ON/OFF)
Set the trigger mode. Settings are done individually for T1 through T3.
[Case of Analog trigger]
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TRIGGER. Press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display TRIGGER MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TRIGGER and press [ENTER] (F6)
button.
Select desired trigger T1 through T3 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6) button. When TRIGGER CONDITION is AI EDGE or AI LEVEL, left screen
is shown.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button twice to select MODE. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set OVER → UNDER.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set UNDER → OVER.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving MODE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving MODE.
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[Case of Digital trigger]
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TRIGGER. Press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display TRIGGER MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TRIGGER and press [ENTER] (F6)
button.
Select desired trigger T1 through T3 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button. When TRIGGER CONDITION is DI EDGE or DI LEVEL, left
screen is shown.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button twice to select MODE. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set OFF → ON.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set ON → OFF.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving MODE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving MODE.
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12.2.2.3 CHANNEL (AI1 – AI8, DI1 – DI8)
Set the trigger channel. Settings are done individually for T1 through T3.
[Case of Analog trigger]
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TRIGGER. Press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display TRIGGER MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TRIGGER and press [ENTER] (F6)
button.
Select desired trigger T1 through T3 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6) button. When TRIGGER CONDITION is AI EDGE or AI LEVEL, left screen
is shown.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button three times to select CHANNEL. Press
[EDIT/→→] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to
magenta.
] (F2) button to set AI8 → AI7 → • • • → AI2 → AI1.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set AI1 → AI2 → • • • →AI7 → AI8.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving CHANNEL.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving CHANNEL.
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[Case of Digital trigger]
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TRIGGER. Press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display TRIGGER MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TRIGGER and press [ENTER] (F6)
button.
Select desired trigger T1 through T3 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button. When TRIGGER CONDITION is DI EDGE or DI LEVEL, left
screen is shown.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button three times to select CHANNEL. Press
[EDIT/→→] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to
magenta.
] (F2) button to set DI8 → DI7 → • • • → DI2 → DI1.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set DI1 → DI2 → • • • →DI7 → DI8.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving CHANNEL.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving CHANNEL.
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12.2.2.4 LEVEL (For analog trigger)
For analog trigger, trigger level is set as engineering unit. Settings are done individually for T1 through T3.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TRIGGER. Press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display TRIGGER MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TRIGGER and press [ENTER] (F6)
button.
Select desired trigger T1 through T3 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6) button. When TRIGGER CONDITION is AI EDGE or AI LEVEL, left screen
is shown.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button four times to select LEVEL. Press [EDIT/→→]
(F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit,
or reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit, or
reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving LEVEL.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving LEVEL.
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13.RECORD
13.1DESCRIPTION
13.1.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The 71VR1 can store the data (BIN data) of channels, which are registered in pen block, as a trend waveform data file
into a memory card. A trend waveform data file can be converted to CSV format with the 71VRCFG (PC configurator
software for Windows), and can be edited with Microsoft Excel.
13.1.2 RECORDING TYPE
13.1.2.1 CONTINUOUS RECORDING
General operating method. Pressing buttons enable start and stop recording.
Recording
Stop Recording
Start Recording
13.1.2.2 TRIGGER RECORDING
The 71VR1 becomes recording wait state until trigger condition settings are satisfied. When trigger conditions are
satisfied, it starts recording.
Edge Trigger
Recording
Pretrigger
Sample Numbers
Posttrigger
Sample Numbers
Trigger Set
Level Trigger
Recording
Pretrigger
Posttrigger
Satisfy Trigger
Sample Numbers Conditions Sample Numbers
Trigger Set
13.1.3 START AUTOMATIC RECORDING AT THE STARTUP
The recording can be started automatically at the startup.
When START CONTINUOUS RECORDING or START TRIGGER RECORDING is set, the recording is started at the
startup with each mode. If a memory card is not inserted, the recording is not started.
13.1.4MARKING
Markings can be added to specific points of trend data while recording. Alphabet ‘M’ is added to the last column of
marked samples when the file is converted into CSV.
Press MARKING button when you want to leave a marking. The data sample immediately after the moment of button
operation is marked, with the picture shown below appearing at the center of the screen for approx. 1 second.
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13.1.5 STORING TREND WAVEFORM DATA INTO A FILE
Trend waveform data are stored into the memory card in the order of pen numbers.
ITEM
File Name
Samples per File
Max. Number of Files
DESCRIPTION
The time stamp of the head of sample is used for a file name.
“D” “Year (2-digits)” “Month” “Day”_“Time” “Minute” “Second”_“Milli-second”.“71VR”
Example: D090305_111048_600.71VR
Maximum number of samples per file.
Setting range: 1000 – 60000
Maximum 200 files. Older files are deleted when the number of files is over the limit. See
“File management of trend waveform data”.
The data folder name differs by suffix code of the recorder.
SUFFIX CODE
x001
x101
x501
FOLDER NAME
\71VR\
\71VRU\
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13.1.6 FILE MANAGEMENT
The 71VR1 manages trend data files according to the rules shown below:
• A new file is created when a recording sequence is initiated. It is closed when it stops.
• When the number of recorded data samples reaches the maximum limit, a new file is created to save more data.
• At the maximum of 200 files are managed. When the number of files reaches the maximum limit, the oldest file is
deleted to create a new one.
• The oldest file is deleted even while it is accessed in the past trend screen. In such a case, an error message appears
when you try to switch to next page in the past trend data.
• Whenever a memory card is recognized, i.e. when the power supply is turned on and/or a card is inserted, file catalog
information is created. Files are sorted in the order of time stamps to identify the oldest file. A file created after this
moment is always treated as the newest file, so that the file order is not affected by eventual system clock adjustments.
• If more than 200 files exist in the memory card, the first 200 in the order of time stamps are managed.
DISK
DISK
FILE
FILE
001
002
•••
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
199
200
001
002
Create a new file
DISK
FILE
002
•••
•••
FILE
FILE
123
124
Create a new file
DISK
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
199
200
201
125
002
The oldest file is deleted even if
there is space in the disk,
when the number of files
reaches 200.
•••
FILE
FILE
123
124
The oldest file is deleted even
the number of files does not
reach the maximum 200,
when the disk is full.
13.1.7 STORING ALARM HISTORY INTO A FILE
ALARM HISTORY created in the alarm block is stored into a file in the memory card.
See the section ALARM.
13.1.8 MEMORY CARD
Recordable time of the data into the memory card is shown below. (Number of samples per file: 60000, number of
files: 200)
SAMPLE RATE
RECORDING TIME
100 msec.
Approx. 333 hours (13 days)
200 msec.
Approx. 666 hours (27 days)
500 msec.
Approx. 1666 hours (69 days)
1 sec.
Approx. 3333 hours (138 days)
2 sec.
Approx. 6666 hours (277 days)
5 sec.
Approx. 16666 hours (694 days)
10 sec.
Approx. 33333 hours (1388 days)
20 sec. 1.4
Approx. 66666 hours (2777 days)
30 sec. 1.4
100000 hours (Approx. 4166 days)
1 min. 1.4
200000 hours (Approx. 8333 days)
5 min. 1.4
1000000 hours (Approx. 41666 days)
10 min. 1.4
2000000 hours (Approx. 83333 days)
20 min. 1.4
4000000 hours (Approx. 166666 days)
30 min. 1.4
6000000 hours (Approx. 25000 days)
1 hour 1.4
12000000 hours (Approx. 500000 days)
CAUTION !
• Use a memory card dedicated to the 71VR1.
• Make sure the lock switch is at the unlock position or the memory card is not recognized.
• It will take longer to recognize a memory card when a large number of files are stored.
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13.2SETTING
13.2.1 SAMPLES PER FILE (maximum number of samples per file)
Set the maximum number of samples per file. (range: 1000 – 60000)
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button four times to select RECORD. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display RECORD SETTING.
SAMPLES PER FILE is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable
editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving SAMPLES PER FILE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving SAMPLES
PER FILE.
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13.2.2 START AUTO RECORDING (OFF/START CONTINUOUS RECORDING/START TRIGGER RECORDING)
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button four times to select RECORD. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display RECORD SETTING.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select START AUTO RECORDING.
Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to
magenta.
Press [
] (F2) button to set OFF → START CONTINUOUS RECORDING → START TRIGGER RECORDING.
→→
Press [→→] (F3) button to set START TRIGGER RECORDING →
START CONTINUOUS RECORDING → OFF.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving START
AUTO RECORDING.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving START AUTO
RECORDING.
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14.ALARM
14.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTIONS
14.1.1FEATURES
The alarm functions operate independently from the trend data recording. Alarms are triggered, provided to field
contact outputs and recorded in the alarm history file even while no data recording is performed. It is important to be
aware of this when you need to replace the memory card. Observe a correct procedure to prevent its destruction.
14.1.2 ANALOG ALARM
14.1.2.1DESCRIPTIONS
Alarm functions are independently selectable for each analog input channel (AI1 through AI8). Analog alarm for AI1
is called AA1, AI2 for AA2. Alarm for AI8 is set at AA8.
The full-scale range of an input signal is divided into at the maximum of five zones, with each zone defined as normal
or alarm. When the input signal entered an ‘alarm’ zone, the alarm is triggered. It can be sent to a discrete output
channel to alert externally.
Alarm Zone
Normal Zone
Alarm Zone
Alarm
Alarm
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14.1.2.2DETAILS
The number of dividable zones (PARTITIONS) is between 2 and 5. Zone numbers are assigned from the lowest
range. For example, when you choose ‘2’ as PARTITIONS, you have Zone 1 and Zone 2.
The boundary of each zone is defined by UPPER LIMIT, specified in an engineering unit value of the input channel.
There is no need of specifying the upper limit to the highest range zone.
Specify (1) alarm ID, (2) mode (alarm or normal), (3) upper limit, (4) color for the digital display, and (5) DO channel
number if you need to alert externally.
ZONE
SETTING ITEM
Zone 5
CONTACT OUTPUT NONE/DO1 – DO8,
COLOR for digital display, NORMAL/ALARM, Alarm name
Zone 4
UPPER LIMIT value (PARTITIONS: 5)
CONTACT OUTPUT NONE/DO1 – DO8,
COLOR for digital display, NORMAL/ALARM/DEADBAND, Alarm name
Zone 3
UPPER LIMIT value (PARTITIONS: 4 – 5)
CONTACT OUTPUT NONE/DO1 – DO8,
COLOR for digital display, NORMAL/ALARM/DEADBAND, Alarm name
Zone 2
UPPER LIMIT value (PARTITIONS: 3 – 5)
CONTACT OUTPUT NONE/DO1 – DO8,
COLOR for digital display, NORMAL/ALARM/DEADBAND, Alarm name
Zone 1
UPPER LIMIT value
CONTACT OUTPUT NONE/DO1 – DO8,
COLOR for digital display, NORMAL/ALARM, Alarm name
High
Low
NOTE
When an input value is same value as UPPER LIMIT value of each zone, the value is judged as in that zone.
CAUTION !
The alarm zones for DC input signals are defined in BIN data, 0 through 10000, while the upper limits are defined by SCALE range.
When the scale is very wide and a zone is very narrow, the upper limits defining two adjacent zones could be converted to the same
BIN data, which results in a setting error. When this error is shown, review the range and limit values, e.g. narrow the scale range,
or widen the zone by setting the upper limit values of the adjacent zones wide apart.
For temperature input signals, similar error could occur because of the rounding off to no or one decimal place. With Celcius and
Kelvin unit, BIN data is valid to one decimal place of the input temperature. With Fahrenheit unit, only the integer part is valid.
When the temperature values defined as the upper limits of two adjacent zones are rounded off, they could be converted to the
same BIN value, which result in a setting error. When this error is shown, review the range and limit values, e.g. narrow the scale
range, or widen the zone by setting the upper limit values of the adjacent zones wide apart.
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14.1.2.3DEADBAND
Beside NORMAL and ALARM, zones can be defined as DEADBAND. DEADBAND zone has flexible properties,
NORMAL or ALARM, depending on those of its adjacent zone. When the input signals enter DEADBAND from
ALARM zone, ALARM state is maintained, while it comes from NORMAL zone, NORMAL state is maintained. Naturally you have to have either ALARM or NORMAL zones on both sides of DEADBAND, and you cannot have two
DEADBAND zones side by side.
Example Setting
Restriction
DO NOT assign DEADBAND
zones side by side.
Zone 5
ALARM
DEADBAND
Zone 4
DEADBAND
DEADBAND
Zone 3
NORMAL
Zone 2
NORMAL
ALARM
NORMAL
DEADBAND
Zone 1
ALARM
ALARM
Turn to NORMAL
DEADBAND
NORMAL
Turn to ALARM
When input signal enters DEADBAND
beyond adjacent zone, it turns to
the condition of the adjacent zone
of each side.
14.1.2.4 BURNOUT (x501)
Wire breakdown of temperature sensors is alerted as BURNOUT by setting the alarm as explained below.
Set the maximum temperature value of the selected sensor as the upper limit of the second highest range zone, so
that the burnout value (0X7FFF) is contained in the highest range zone, defined as ALARM zone.
(Setting example)
Temperature: °C
AI 1:
T/C (K)
ENABLE/DISABLE: ENABLE
PARTITIONS:
3
ZONE 1:
MODE: NORMAL, UPPER LIMIT: 80.000
ZONE 2:
MODE: DEADBAND, UPPER LIMIT: 1472.000*
ZONE 3:MODE: ALARM
*Set UPPER LIMIT at the maximum value in the measurement range. The temperature unit is set in TEMPERATURE UNIT. (About the maximum value in the measurement range, see section 10.1.9.3)
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14.1.2.5 ALARM OUTPUT
A discrete contact output can be provided for each alarm zone. Assign CONTACT OUTPUT, DO1 through DO8.
• When the input signal is in the ALARM zone, the assigned contact output turns on. When it is out of the zone, it turns
off.
• You cannot assign CONTACT OUTPUT to NORMAL zone.
• The contact output functions by logical OR operation when multiple alarms are assigned to one output.
14.1.3 DISCRETE ALARM
14.1.3.1DESCRIPTIONS
Alarm functions are independently selectable for each analog input channel (DI1 through DI8). Discrete alarm for DI1
is called AD1, DI2 for AA2. Alarm for DI8 is set at AD8.
When the input signal turns to the predefined alarm state (TRIGGER MODE: ON or OFF) and remains the same state
for the predefined DELAY time, the alarm is triggered. The delay time is applied also when the alarm is to be reset.
When the input signal turns to the non-alarm state and remains so for the DELAY time period, the alarm is reset. It
can be sent to a discrete output channel to alert externally.
ITEM
DETAILS
ENABLE/DISABLE
ENABLE/DISABLE
ALARM NAME
Enter strings of characters
TRIGGER MODE
ON/OFF
DELAY
Set number of samples (0 – 99)
CONTACT OUTPUT
DO1 – DO8/NONE
14.1.3.2 ALARM OUTPUT
When the alarm is triggered, the assigned contact output turns on. When it is reset, it turns off. The contact output
functions by logical OR operation when multiple alarms are assigned to one output.
14.1.4 ALARM HISTORY
At the maximum of 200 alarm events are stored in the alarm history file, \71VR\71VR_Alarm.alm* in the memory
card.
*\71VRU\71VR_Alm.alm for the 71VR1-x501.
Alarm event is not stored while the memory card is removed from the card slot.
ITEM
FILE NAME
DETAILS
\71VR\71VR_Alarm.alm (x001/x101)
\71VRU\71VR_Alarm.alm (x501)
TIME
Year/Month/Day Time : Minute : Second
TRIGGER CONDITION
SET or CLEAR
TAG NAME
Tag name for input channel
MESSAGE
SET: Alarm name for ALARM zone
CLEAR: Alarm name for recovered NORMAL zone
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14.2SETTING
14.2.1 ANALOG ALARM
14.2.1.1ENABLE/DISABLE
Set ENABLE/DISABLE of analog alarm function. Setting is individually done for AA1 through AA8.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button five times to select ALARM. Press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display ALARM MENU.
ANALOG ALARM is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display
ALARM/ANALOG ALARM menu.
Select desired ALARM AA1 through AA8 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ENABLE/DISABLE. Press
[EDIT/→→] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to
magenta.
] (F2) button to set DISABLE → ENABLE.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set ENABLE → DISABLE.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving ENABLE/DISABLE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving ENABLE/
DISABLE.
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14.2.1.2 PARTITIONS (2 – 5)
Set PARTITIONS for analog alarm. Setting is individually done for AA1 through AA8.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button five times to select ALARM. Press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display ALARM MENU.
ANALOG ALARM is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display
ALARM/ANALOG ALARM menu.
Select desired ALARM AA1 through AA8 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button twice to select PARTITIONS. Press
[EDIT/→→] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to
magenta.
] (F2) button to set 5 → 4 → 3 → 2.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set 2 → 3 → 4 → 5.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving PARTITIONS.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving PARTITIONS.
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14.2.1.3 ALARM NAME (For alarm use)
Display the name for analog alarm zone. Setting is done with the 71VRCFG for each alarm and zone.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button five times to select ALARM. Press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display ALARM MENU.
ANALOG ALARM is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display
ALARM/ANALOG ALARM menu.
Select desired ALARM AA1 through AA8 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button. Press [PAGE→→] (F5) button.
Select desired ZONE according to the PARTITIONS setting, by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, ALARM NAME is displayed accordingly.
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14.2.1.4 COLOR (For alarm use, setting alarm zone)
Set background color of digital display when an analog alarm occurs. Setting is done for each alarm and zone.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button five times to select ALARM. Press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display ALARM MENU.
ANALOG ALARM is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display
ALARM/ANALOG ALARM menu.
Select desired ALARM AA1 through AA8 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button. Press [PAGE→→] (F5) button.
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Select desired ZONE according to the PARTITIONS setting, by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6) button.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select COLOR. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button to enable edit color mode.
] (F2) or [→→] (F3) button to select a color you like.
→→
Press [
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving
COLOR.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving COLOR.
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14.2.1.5 MODE (For alarm use: NORMAL/ALARM/DEADBAND)
Set MODE for analog alarm zone. Setting is done for each alarm and zone.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button five times to select ALARM. Press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display ALARM MENU.
ANALOG ALARM is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display
ALARM/ANALOG ALARM menu.
Select desired ALARM AA1 through AA8 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button. Press [PAGE→→] (F5) button.
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Select desired ZONE according to the PARTITIONS setting, by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6) button.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select MODE. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set DEADBAND → ALARM → NORMAL.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set NORMAL → ALARM → DEADBAND.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving MODE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving MODE.
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14.2.1.6 UPPER LIMIT (For alarm use)
Set UPPER LIMIT for analog alarm zone. Setting is done for each alarm and zone.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button five times to select ALARM. Press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display ALARM MENU.
ANALOG ALARM is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display
ALARM/ANALOG ALARM menu.
Select desired ALARM AA1 through AA8 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button. Press [PAGE→→] (F5) button.
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Select desired ZONE according to the PARTITIONS setting, by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6) button.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select UPPER LIMIT. Press [EDIT/→→]
(F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit,
or reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit, or
reverse the sign for + or –.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving UPPER
LIMIT.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving UPPER LIMIT.
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14.2.1.7 CONTACT OUTPUT (For alarm use)
Set CONTACT OUTPUT for analog alarm. Setting is done for each alarm and zone.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button five times to select ALARM. Press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display ALARM MENU.
ANALOG ALARM is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display
ALARM/ANALOG ALARM menu.
Select desired ALARM AA1 through AA8 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button. Press [PAGE→→] (F5) button twice.
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CONTACT OUTPUT is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable
editing. The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set NONE → DO8 → • • • → DO2 → DO1.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set DO1 → DO2 → • • • → DO8 → NONE.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving CONTACT OUTPUT.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving CONTACT
OUTPUT.
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14.2.2 DISCRETE ALARM
14.2.2.1ENABLE/DISABLE
Set ENABLE/DISABLE of discrete alarm function. Setting is individually done for AD1 through AD8.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button five times to select ALARM. Press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display ALARM MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select DISCRETE ALARM and press [ENTER] (F6) button to display ALARM/DISCRETE ALARM menu.
Select desired ALARM AD1 through AD8 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select ENABLE/DISABLE. Press
[EDIT/→→] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to
magenta.
] (F2) button to set DISABLE → ENABLE.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set ENABLE → DISABLE.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving ENABLE/DISABLE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving ENABLE/
DISABLE.
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14.2.2.2 ALARM NAME (For alarm use)
Display the name for discrete alarm. Setting is done by the 71VRCFG for each alarm.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button five times to select ALARM. Press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display ALARM MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select DISCRETE ALARM and press [ENTER] (F6) button to display ALARM/DISCRETE ALARM menu.
The entered alarm name is displayed at ALARM NAME, when ENABLE/DISABLE is set to ENABLE.
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14.2.2.3 COLOR (For alarm use)
Set background color of DIGITAL display when a discrete alarm occurs. Setting is done for each alarm.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button five times to select ALARM. Press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display ALARM MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select DISCRETE ALARM and press [ENTER] (F6) button to display ALARM/DISCRETE ALARM menu.
Select desired ALARM AD1 through AD8 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select COLOR. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button to enable edit color mode.
] (F2) or [→→] (F3) button to select a color you like.
→→
Press [
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving
COLOR.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving COLOR.
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14.2.2.4 TRIGGER MODE (For alarm use: ON/OFF)
For discrete alarm, select ON/OFF of TRIGGER MODE for corresponding contact input.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button five times to select ALARM. Press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display ALARM MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to Select DISCRETE ALARM and press [ENTER] (F6) button to display ALARM/DISCRETE ALARM menu.
Select desired ALARM AD1 through AD8 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select TRIGGER MODE. Press [EDIT/→→]
(F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set OFF → ON.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set ON → OFF.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving TRIGGER MODE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving TRIGGER
MODE.
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14.2.2.5 DELAY (For alarm use: 0 – 99 samples)
For discrete alarm, set the sample numbers to specify the DELAY time.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button five times to select ALARM. Press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display ALARM MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to Select DISCRETE ALARM and press [ENTER] (F6) button to display ALARM/DISCRETE ALARM menu.
Select desired ALARM AD1 through AD8 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button. Press [PAGE→→] (F5) button.
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DELAY is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing. The
text color changes to magenta.
Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving DELAY.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving DELAY.
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14.2.2.6 CONTACT OUTPUT (For alarm use)
Set CONTACT OUTPUT for DISCRETE ALARM. Setting is done for each alarm.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button five times to select ALARM. Press [ENTER]
(F6) button to display ALARM MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to Select DISCRETE ALARM and press [ENTER] (F6) button to display ALARM/DISCRETE ALARM menu.
Select desired ALARM AD1 through AD8 by pressing [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button. Press [PAGE→→] (F5) button.
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Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select CONTACT OUTPUT. Press [EDIT]
(F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
] (F2) button to set NONE → DO8 → • • • → DO2 → DO1.
→→
Press [
Press [→→] (F3) button to set DO1 → DO2 → • • • → DO8 → NONE.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving CONTACT OUTPUT.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving CONTACT
OUTPUT.
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15. SOFTWARE VER
Display TYPE of the recorder and the firmware version.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button six times to select SOFTWARE VER. Press
[ENTER] (F6) button to display SOFTWARE VER menu.
Press [RETURN] (F1) button to quit the SOFTWARE VER menu.
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16.DISPLAY (1.4)
16.1DESCRIPTION
16.1.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Set the display functions.
16.1.2 ZERO SUPPRESSION
In the DIGITAL display screen, set the ZERO SUPPRESSION DISABLE to display leading zeros and with fixed
number of digits. Set the ZERO SUPPRESSION ENABLE to eliminate leading zeros and to display with non-fixed
number of digits.
ZERO SUPPRESSION DISABLE
ZERO SUPPRESSION ENABLE
16.1.3 AUTO VIEW SWITCHING
Set ENABLE / DISABLE of AUTO VIEW SWITCHING which automatically switches TREND DISPLAY SCREEN,
DIGITAL DISPLAY SCREEN and their pages when no operation is performed for a certain period of time.
When no button is pressed for the time specified with WAITING TIME (s) during TREND DISPLAY SCREEN or DIGITAL DISPLAY SCREEN is displayed, the AUTO VIEW SWITCHING starts. The specified TREND DISPLAY SCREEN,
DIGITAL DISPLAY SCREEN and their pages are switched and displayed automatically.
CONTROL MENU
TREND DISPLAY SCREEN
DIGITAL DISPLAY SCREEN
←
←
AUTO VIEW SWITCHING starts when it is enabled during either screen is displayed.
NOTE
AUTO VIEW SWITCHING is not available while the display is turning off.
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16.1.3.1WAITING TIME (s)
Specify the time to start AUTO VIEW SWITCHING between 10 to 180 sec. during TREND DISPLAY SCREEN or
DIGITAL DISPLAY SCREEN is displayed.
Switch to view 2
The latest button operation
Switch to view 1
Waiting time
Interval
Switch to view 4
Switch to view 3
Interval
Interval
16.1.3.2INTERVAL (s)
Specify the time to switch to next view between 3 to 180 sec. during AUTO VIEW SWITCHING.
16.1.3.3VIEW ORDER
VIEW ORDER is the number that shows the order of view displayed during AUTO VIEW SWITCHING. The VIEW
ORDER number is 1 to 16. Configure the AUTO VIEW SWITCHING by selecting VIEW ORDER, VIEW TYPE and
PAGE NUMBER.
Example)
When the PAGE NUMBERs of DIGITAL DISPLAY SCREEN are switched.
VIEW ORDER
VIEW TYPE
PAGE NUMBER
1
DIGITAL
1
2
DIGITAL
2
3
DIGITAL
3
4
DIGITAL
4
5 to 16
NONE
–
The 71VR1 repeats the display sequence from VIEW ORDER 1 to 4.
Example)
When the same PAGE NUMBERs of TREND DISPLAY SCREEN and DIGITAL DISPLAY SCREEN are switched.
VIEW ORDER
VIEW TYPE
PAGE NUMBER
1
TREND
1
2
DIGITAL
1
3 to 16
NONE
–
The 71VR1 repeats the display sequence from VIEW ORDER 1 to 2.
NOTE
When all VIEW TYPE columns are set to None, the AUTO VIEW SWITCHING does not start after the WAITING TIME is
passed.
16.1.3.4VIEW TYPE
Choose the screen that is displayed during the AUTO VIEW SWITCHING among the followings.
VIEW TYPE : NONE / TREND / DIGITAL
When NONE is chosen, the VIEW ORDER number is excluded from the AUTO VIEW SWITCHING.
16.1.3.5PAGE NUMBER
Set the page number of the screen that is displayed during the AUTO VIEW SWITCHING. PAGE NUMBERs are the
page numbers displayed in TREND DISPLAY SCREEN and DIGITAL DISPLAY SCREEN. Available range is 1 to 8.
16.1.4 SCREEN SAVER
When there is no operation for a definite period of time, screen and the back light of LCD turn off.
Defined time is selectable: “nothing / 1 minute/2 minutes/5 minutes/10 minutes.”
If the button of the main unit is operated during screen saver, screen will finish and screen will display again.
Screen server can start during “TREND DISPLAY SCREEN and DIGITAL DISPLAY SCREEN and an OPERATION
MENU SCREEN.
It does not start, while displaying other screens.
Screen saver starts also during AUTO VIEW SWITCHING.
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16.1.4 SCREEN SAVER 1.6
The LCD display’s backlight can be turned off when no operation for a specific time period. Choose among “NONE
/ 1 min / 2 min / 5 min / 10 min”.
When the button of the unit is pressed during the screen saver is activated, the screen saver is cancelled and display
the screen. The screen saver is activated while TREND DISPLAY SCREEN, DIGITAL DISPLAY SCREEN or CONTROL MENU is displayed. While other screen is displayed the screen saver is not activated. Also the screen saver is
activated while AUTO VIEW SWITCHING is enabled.
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16.2SETTING
16.2.1 DIGITAL DISPLAY SCREEN
16.2.1.1 ZERO SUPPRESSION (ENABLE / DISABLE)
In the DIGITAL display screen, set ENABLE/ DISABLE for display of leading zeros in a numeral. ENABLE eliminates
leading zeros, DISABLE display leading zeros.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select DISPLAY, press [ENTER] (F6) button to display DISPLAY MENU.
DIGITAL DISPLAY is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display
DISPLAY/ DIGITAL DISPLAY menu.
ZERO SUPPRESSION is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable
editing.
The text color changes to magenta.
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Press [←←] (F2) button to set ENABLE → DISABLE.
Press [→→] (F3) button to set DISABLE → ENABLE.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving ENABLE
/ DISABLE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving ENABLE /
DISABLE.
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16.2.2 AUTO VIEW SWITCHING
16.2.2.1 AUTO VIEW SWITCHING (ENABLE / DISABLE)
Set ENABLE/ DISABLE for AUTO VIEW SWITCHING.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select DISPLAY, press [ENTER] (F6) button to display DISPLAY MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select AUTO VIEW SWITCHING, press
[ENTER] (F6) button to display DISPLAY/AUTO VIEW SWITCHING
menu.
AUTO VIEW SWITCHING is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
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Press [←←] (F2) button to set ENABLE → DISABLE.
Press [→→[ (F3) button to set DISABLE → ENABLE.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving ENABLE
/ DISABLE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving ENABLE /
DISABLE.
NOTE
When AUTO VIEW SWITCHING is set to ENABLE, other items to select for AUTO VIEW SWITCHING are displayed.
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16.2.2.2 WAITING TIME (s) (3 to 180 sec.)
Set waiting time prior to the start of AUTO VIEW SWITCHING.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select DISPLAY, press [ENTER] (F6) button to display DISPLAY MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select AUTO VIEW SWITCHING, press
[ENTER] (F6) button to display DISPLAY/AUTO VIEW SWITCHING
menu.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select WAITING TIME (s). Press [EDIT/→→]
(F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
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Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving WAITING
TIME (s).
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving WAITING
TIME (s).
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16.2.2.3 INTERVAL (s) (3 to 180 sec.)
Set INTERVAL (s) during AUTO VIEW SWITCHING.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select DISPLAY, press [ENTER] (F6) button to display DISPLAY MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select AUTO VIEW SWITCHING, press
[ENTER] (F6) button to display DISPLAY/AUTO VIEW SWITCHING
menu.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select WAITING TIME (s). Press [EDIT/→→]
(F6) button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
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Press [LEFT] (F4) button to move the cursor to the left digit.
Press [RIGHT] (F5) button to move the cursor to the right digit.
Press [DOWN] (F2) button to decrease the value of the selected digit.
Press [UP] (F3) button to increase the value of the selected digit.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving INTERVAL (s).
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving INTERVAL (s).
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16.2.2.4 VIEW TYPE (NONE / TREND / DIGITAL)
Set the screen that is displayed during the AUTO VIEW SWITCHING.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select DISPLAY, press [ENTER] (F6) button to display DISPLAY MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select AUTO VIEW SWITCHING, press
[ENTER] (F6) button to display DISPLAY/AUTO VIEW SWITCHING
menu.
Press [PAGE→→] (F5) button.
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Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose VIEW ORDER from 1 to 16.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select VIEW TYPE. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [←←] (F2) button to set DIGITAL → TREND → NONE.
Press [→→] (F3) button to set NONE → TREND → DIGITAL.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving VIEW
TYPE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving VIEW TYPE.
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16.2.2.5 PAGE NUMBER (1 to 8)
Set the PAGE NUMBER of the screen that is displayed during the AUTO VIEW SWITCHING.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select DISPLAY, press [ENTER] (F6) button
to display DISPLAY MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select AUTO VIEW SWITCHING, press
[ENTER] (F6) button to display DISPLAY/AUTO VIEW SWITCHING
menu.
Press [PAGE→→] (F5) button.
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Press [EDIT/→→] (F6) button, choose VIEW ORDER from 1 to 16.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select VIEW TYPE. Press [EDIT/→→] (F6)
button to enable editing. The text color changes to magenta.
Press [←←] (F2) button to set 8 → 7 → 6 → 5 → 4 → 3 → 2 → 1.
Press [→→] (F3) button to set 1 → 2 → 3 → 4 → 5 → 6 → 7 → 8.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving PAGE
NUMBER.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving PAGE NUMBER.
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16.2.3 SCREEN SAVER 1.6
16.2.3.1 SCREEN SAVER (NONE / 1 min / 2 min / 5 min / 10 min)
Set a desired time to initiate the screen saver.
When “NONE” is selected the screen saver is not activated.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND, DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select DISPLAY, press [ENTER] (F6) button
to display DISPLAY MENU.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button to select SCREEN SAVER, press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display DISPLAY/SCREEN SAVER menu.
SCREEN SAVER is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing.
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Press [←←] (F2) button to set NONE ← 1 min ← 2 min ← 5 min ← 10 min
Press [→→] (F3) button to set NONE → 1 min → 2 min → 5 min → 10 min
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving SCREEN
SAVER.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving SCREEN SAVER.
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17.LANGUAGE
Select LANGUAGE to switch the display language. English and Japanese are available.
Press and hold F1 button to display SETTING MENU from TREND,
DIGITAL or CONTROL MENU screen.
Press [NEXT] (F2) button seven times to select LANGUAGE. Press
[ENTER] (F6) button to display LANGUAGE menu.
LANGUAGE is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button to enable editing.
The text color changes to magenta.
Press [←←] (F2) button to set ENGLISH → JAPANESE.
Press [→→] (F3) button to set JAPANESE → ENGLISH.
Press [CANCEL] (F1) button to disable editing without saving LANGUAGE.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to disable editing with saving LANGUAGE.
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18. DISPLAY & OPERATION
18.1 TREND DISPLAY SCREEN
When DC type input is used, the recorder plots the data so that the left hand side of display shows 0 of BIN data, the
right hand side of display shows 10000 of BIN data. About BIN data, see section 10.1.8.1.
When T/C or RTD type of x501 is used, the recorder plots the data so that the left hand side of display is Low of the
range, the right hand side of display is High of the range. See section 10.1.9.1.
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NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
The page number for current screen. Total 8 pages, because 2 pens are displayed in one page and the total 16 pens
available (P1 through P16).
2
Current date and time
3
REC is displayed in colors shown below.
Recording: Red, Recording stopped: Black,
Waiting for triggers: Blinking in red
4
CARD is displayed in colors shown below.
The memory card is recognized correctly: Yellow green,
Recognition error: Yellow*, Not recognized: Black
* Recognition error occurs when abnormal access to the memory card. Back up the data and format the memory card
again.
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Engineering unit for the pens currently displayed (The first pen)
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Engineering unit for the pens currently displayed (The second pen)
7
Tag name for the pens currently displayed (The first pen).
The background becomes alarm color when an alarm occurs.
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Tag name for the pens currently displayed (The second pen).
The background becomes alarm color when an alarm occurs.
9
The date and time at the center point in the trend data on the screen.
10
The date and time at the extreme end of the trend data on the screen.
11
The minimum value of engineering unit value range. The upper row shows the first pen, the lower shows the second
pen, displayed in color set for each pen.
12
The maximum value of engineering unit value range. The upper row shows the first pen, the lower shows the second
pen, displayed in color set for each pen.
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Pen
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Press F1 button to switch to DIGITAL display screen
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Press F2 button to turn off the display. Press any key to turn on the display.
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Pressing and holding F3 button enables following operations.
While recording stopped: Continuous recording is started and the REC indicator is displayed in red.
(Except when continuous recording cannot be started e.g. memory card is not inserted.)
While continuous recording: Continuous recording is stopped and the REC indicator is displayed in black.
While trigger recording: Trigger recording is stopped and the REC indicator is displayed in black.
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Display previous page and previous two pens.
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Display next page and next two pens.
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Press F6 button to leave a marking on trend waveform data. Available only during recording.
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• Trend screen chart speed
The trend screen chart speed is modifiable with sample rate setting as indicated below.
SAMPLE RATE SETTING
TIME ELAPSED PER PAGE
100ms
16.5 sec./page
200ms
33 sec./page
500ms
82.5 sec./page
1s
165 sec./page
2s
330 sec./page
5s
825 sec./page
10s
20s to 1 hour*1
1650 sec./page
1.4
1650 sec./page
*1. When sample rate is set longer than 10 seconds, the recording is performed at sample rate. However, detecting of alarm
and updating of Trend Display Screen and Digital Display Screen are performed at 10 seconds interval.
18.1.1 BURNOUT DISPLAY (x501)
Burnout
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18.2 DIGITAL DISPLAY SCREEN
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NUMBER
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DESCRIPTION
1
The page number for current screen. Total 8 pages, because 2 pens are displayed in one page and
the total 16 pens available (P1 through P16).
2
Current date and time
3
REC is displayed in colors shown below.
Recording: Red, Recording stopped: Black,
Waiting for triggers: Blinking in red
4
CARD is displayed in colors shown below.
The memory card is recognized correctly: Yellow green,
Recognition error: Yellow*, Not recognized: Black
* Recognition error occurs when abnormal access to the memory card. Back up the data and format
the memory card again.
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Digital display of engineering unit value for the pens currently displayed (The first pen)
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Digital display of engineering unit value for the pens currently displayed (The second pen)
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Graph of BIN data. 0 corresponds 0 %, 10000 corresponds 100 %. (The first pen)
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Graph of BIN data. 0 corresponds 0 %, 10000 corresponds 100 %. (The second pen)
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Press F1 button to switch to CONTROL MENU.
Press F2 button to turn off the display. Press any key to turn on the display.
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Pressing and holding F3 button enables following operations.
While recording stopped: Continuous recording is started and the REC indicator is displayed in red.
(Except when continuous recording cannot be started e.g. memory card is not inserted.)
While continuous recording: Continuous recording is stopped and the REC indicator is displayed in black.
While trigger recording: Trigger recording is stopped and the REC indicator is displayed in black.
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Display previous page and previous two pens.
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Display next page and next two pens.
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Press F6 button to leave a marking on trend waveform data. Available only during recording.
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18.2.1 BURNOUT DISPLAY (x501)
The bargraph and the text “BURNOUT” blink.
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18.3 CONTROL MENU
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NUMBER
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DESCRIPTION
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Press F1 button to switch to TREND display screen.
2
Press F2 button to move the cursor to next item.
3
Press F3 button to move the cursor to previous item.
4
Press F6 button to execute the selected operation.
18.3.1 START CONTINUOUS RECORDING
Recording starts when START CONTINUOUS RECORDING is selected and continues until STOP RECORDING is
selected.
18.3.2 START TRIGGER RECORDING
The recorder enters the trigger waiting state when START TRIGGER RECORDING is selected. When a trigger is
detected, the recorder starts recording. When recording is complete, the recorder goes back to the trigger waiting
state.
18.3.3 STOP RECORDING
Recording stops and the recorder enters stand-by state when STOP RECORDING is selected while the recorder is
recording or waiting for a trigger.
18.3.4 MANUAL TRIGGER
During waiting trigger state, a trigger can be set by this operation. The data corresponding to pretrigger and posttrigger from that time is recorded.
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18.3.5 DATA FILE (→ PAST TREND)
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NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
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Press F1 button to return to CONTROL MENU.
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Press F2 button to move the cursor downward.
3
Press F3 button to move the cursor upward.
4
Press F4 to display previous 12 files.
5
Press F5 to display next 12 files.
6
Press F6 to display selected file.
7
Display the file names stored in the 71VR folder of the memory card.
8
Display the size of each file in bytes. For the file that is recording, REC is displayed.
9
The number of pages. Maximum 12 files are displayed in one page.
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NUMBER
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DESCRIPTION
1
The page number for the pens. Total 8 pages, because 2 pens are displayed in one page and the total 16
pens available (P1 through P16).
2
Engineering unit for the pens currently displayed (The first pen)
3
Engineering unit for the pens currently displayed (The second pen)
4
Tag name for the pens currently displayed (The first pen).
The background becomes alarm color when an alarm occurs.
5
Tag name for the pens currently displayed (The second pen).
The background becomes alarm color when an alarm occurs.
6
The date and time at the center point in the trend data on the screen.
7
The date and time at the extreme end of the trend data on the screen.
8
The minimum value of engineering unit value range. The upper row shows the first pen, the lower
shows the second pen, displayed in color set for each pen.
9
The maximum value of engineering unit value range. The upper row shows the first pen, the lower
shows the second pen, displayed in color set for each pen.
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Pen
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Press F1 button to switch to DATA FILE menu
12
Decrement the page of pens and display previous two pens.
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Increment the page of pens and display next two pens.
14
Decrement the page of data samples, display previous page.
15
Increment the page of data samples, display next page.
16
Display the page number for data samples.
17
Display the file name without a file extension.
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18.3.6 ALARM HISTORY
Maximum 200 events of alarm history can be stored in a memory card. This screen displays the list of alarm events.
They are displayed in red for SET, in yellow green for CLEAR.
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NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
Press F1 button to return to CONTROL MENU.
2
Decrement the page number and display previous 12 alarm events.
3
Increment the page number and display next 12 alarm events.
4
Date and time of the alarm occur
5
Display the alarm status (SET or CLEAR.)
6
Page number. 12 alarm events can be displayed in one page.
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18.3.7 REMOVE MEMORY CARD
When REMOVE MEMORY CARD is executed, the text is displayed in yellow while processing, in gray when finished.
After finished, a memory card can be removed safely.
CAUTION !
Be aware that alarm history is recording even during the recording is stopped, when the memory card is removed.
Processing REMOVE MEMORY CARD
Finished REMOVE MEMORY CARD
18.3.8 READ CONFIG FILE
Read the configuration file named “71VR0000.cfg” in the “\71VR” folder* of a memory card. After reading is finished,
setting values are effective.
If the 71VR1 fails in READ CONFIG FILE, confirm the followings.
· The configuration file is not in the specified folder.
Confirm that the configuration file named “71VR0000.cfg” is in the “\71VR” folder of a memory card.
· Reading the configuration file for different options of 71VR1 such as E501, E101.
Read the setting values by using 71VRCFG and confirm that the options are same.
· Reading the configuration file that cannot be read.
Refer to the CAUTION shown below.
· Reading a file that is not a configuration file.
· The 71VR1 cannot read the configuration file due to some defect of the memory card.
Initialize the memory card. Save the setting values and read them.
CAUTION!
When setting values are stored with 71VR1 with firmware version 1.4.01 (MAJOR Ver: 1, MINOR Ver: 4.01) or later by
using SAVE CONFIG FILE, it is not available to read the setting values with 71VR1 with firmware version earlier than
1.4.01. In this case, follow the steps shown below to perform READ CONFIG FILE.
1. Read the setting values from the file by using 71VRCFG with version 3.02 or later.
2. Store the setting values, which are read in the step 1, into a file after selecting firmware version of the 71VR1 to
which the setting values are applied.
3. Store the setting values, which are stored in the step 2, into the file named “71VR0000.cfg” in the “\71VR” folder*
of a memory card and perform READ CONFIG FILE.
NOTE
Refer to the “PC Configurator Software Users Manual for 71VR1” for detailed operation.
*\71VRU\71VR0000.cfg for the 71VR-x501.
18.3.9 SAVE CONFIG FILE
Store the setting values into the file named “71VR0000.cfg” in the “\71VR” folder* of a memory card. The stored setting values can be read to other 71VR and the 71VRCFG.
*\71VRU\71VR0000.cfg for the 71VR1-x501.
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18.3.10 IR COM
Execute IR COM to enable infrared communication. Execute IR COM for only one recorder to avoid interference from
other recorders when more than two of the 71VR1 are mounted close to each other. After communication is finished,
be sure to press DISCONNECT (F6) button to quit infrared communication.
18.4 OTHER OPERATIONS
18.4.1 SETTING MENU
Hold down F1 button in TREND display screen, DIGITAL display screen or CONTROL MENU until SETTING MENU
is displayed.
18.4.2 TURNING THE SCREEN OFF
Press F2 button in TREND display screen or DIGITAL display screen to turn off the LCD backlight. Press any key
to turn on the display.
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19. LIGHTNING SURGE PROTECTION
M-System offers a series of lightning surge protector for protection against induced lightning surges. Please contact
M-System to choose appropriate models.
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20. FIRMWARE VERSION HISTORY
20.1 VERSION 1.3 OF 71VR1-E001 AND 71VR1-E101, AND VERSION 1.1 OF 71VR1-E501
The following inconveniences in the previous versions were corrected:
1) Temperature unit selection (only for 71VR1-E501): “TEMPERATURE SETTING” → “TEMPERATURE UNIT”
2) Record setting: “NUMBER OF SAMPLES” → “SAMPLES PER FILE”
3) START AUTO RECORDING: “NONE” → “OFF”
4) Analog alarm: “AREA” → “ZONE”
5) Alarm: “ON/OFF” → “ENABLE/DISABLE”
20.2 VERSION 1.4.01
The following new features were incorporated:
1) “20s/30s/1min/5min/10min/20min/30min/1hour” are added as sample rate.
2) When sample rate is set longer than 10 seconds, the recording is performed at sample rate. Detecting of alarm and
updating of Trend Display Screen and Digital Display Screen are performed at 10 seconds interval.
3) Auto View Switching was added.
4) When Modbus is chosen in ANALOG INPUT and DISCRETE INPUT, Modbus function can be set per each channel. (SC200 and SC210 are supported.)
5) DISABLE/ ENABLE of ZERO SUPPRESSION can be chosen in Digital display of Digital Display Screen.
6) The message is displayed, when reading the Configuration file is completed,
7) In Trend Display Screen and Digital Display Screen, pressing and holding F3 button enables start/stop control of
Continuous recording or Trigger recording.
20.3 VERSION 1.5.01 OF 71VR1-E001 AND 71VR1-E101
The following inconvenience in the previous versions was corrected.
The problem when READ CONFIG FILE is performed in the CONTROL MENU.
20.4 VERSION 1.6.01
Screensaver function was added.
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