MXAP DC/FREQUENCY CONVERTER BEFORE USE .... INSTRUCTION MANUAL

MXAP DC/FREQUENCY CONVERTER BEFORE USE .... INSTRUCTION MANUAL
MXAP
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
DC/FREQUENCY CONVERTER
MODEL
(front configurable)
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.
■ PACKAGE INCLUDES:
Signal conditioner (body + base socket + input resistor)...... (1)
The resistor is provided only with current input type.
■ MODEL NO.
Confirm Model No. marking on the product to be exactly
what you ordered.
■ INSTRUCTION MANUAL
This manual describes necessary points of caution when
you use this product, including installation, connection and
basic maintenance procedures.
POINTS OF CAUTION
■ CONFORMITY WITH EC DIRECTIVES
•This equipment is suitable for use in a Pollution Degree
2 environment and in Installation Category II, with the
maximum operating voltage 300V.
Basic insulation is maintained between signal input, output and power input. Prior to installation, check that the
insulation class of this unit satisfies the system requirements.
•Altitude up to 2000 meters
•The equipment must be mounted inside a panel.
•Insert a noise filter for the power source connected to the
unit. Densei-Lambda Noise Filter Model MZS-1206-33 or
equivalent is recommended.
•The actual installation environments such as panel configurations, connected devices and connected wires may
affect the protection level of this unit when it is integrated
in a panel system. The user may have to review the CE
requirements in regard to the whole system and employ
additional protective measures to ensure CE conformity.
■ POWER INPUT RATING & OPERATIONAL RANGE
•Locate the power input rating marked on the product and
confirm its operational range as indicated below:
Rating 100 – 240V AC: 85 – 264V, 47 – 66 Hz, approx. 7VA
Rating 12 – 24V DC: 10.8 – 26.4V, approx. 3.3W
Rating 110V DC: 85 – 150V, approx. 3.3W
■ UNPLUGGING THE UNIT
•Before you remove the unit from its base socket or mount
it, turn off the power supply and input signal for safety.
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■ ENVIRONMENT
•Indoor use
•When heavy dust or metal particles are present in the air,
install the unit inside proper housing with sufficient ventilation.
•Do not install the unit where it is subjected to continuous
vibration. Do not subject the unit to physical impact.
•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.
■ WIRING
•Do not install cables (power supply, input and output)
close to noise sources (relay drive cable, high frequency
line, etc.).
•Do not bind these cables together with those in which
noises are present. Do not install them in the same duct.
■ AND ....
•The unit 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.
COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION
Connection Diagram
Base Socket
Specifications
Body
Input Resistor
INSTALLATION
Detach the yellow clamps located at the top and bottom of
the unit to separate the body from the base socket.
■ DIN RAIL MOUNTING
Set the base socket so that its
DIN rail adaptor is at the bottom. Position the upper hook
at the rear side of base socket
on the DIN rail and push in
the lower. When removing
the socket, push down the
DIN rail adaptor utilizing a
minus screwdriver and pull.
■ WALL MOUNTING
Refer to “EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS.”
Clamp
(top & bottom)
DIN Rail
35mm wide
Spring Loaded
DIN Rail Adaptor
Shape and size of the base socket
are slightly different with various
socket types.
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FRONT VIEW & PROGRAMMING
■ PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE
1) Press ITEM UP or DOWN key until ITEM display indicates “01”.
2) Press DATA UP or DOWN key and choose “2” on DATA display.
DATA
DATA Display
1 : Data indication only.
ITEM
2 : All parameters are modifiable.
Polarity LED
ITEM No. Display
3) Press ITEM UP or DOWN key until ITEM display shows the Programming
PL1
ITEM No. you need to change.
Error LED
ITEM
DATA
PL2
4) Press DATA UP or DOWN key and choose a DATA No. or value Low-end
DATA UP-DOWN Keys
PL3
Cutout LED
you need on DATA display.
PL4
ITEM No. UP-DOWN Keys
5) Repeat above 3 and 4. (Entered data is stored 1 sec. after the Output LED
operation has been complete.)
6) Press ITEM UP or DOWN key until ITEM display indicates “01”.
7) Press DATA UP or DOWN key and choose “1” on the display.
8) Press ITEM UP or DOWN key until ITEM display indicates “P”. DATA display shows process input. You can now check
data setting by choosing ITEM No.
Note : DO NOT press UP and DOWN keys simultaneously.
MDF.
ITEM
DATA
CONTENTS
CODE
P
N/A
-9999 – 9999 Input display in engineering unit (as set in ITEM 17/18)
01
1, 2, 3
Modification code
1 :Data indication only.
2 :All parameters are modifiable.
3 :Only ITEM 39 is modifiable.
02
N/A
0, 1, 10, 20
Status indication (“0” is normally indicated.)
0 : Normal
1 : Memory error
10: Out of display range -9999 - 9999
20: Out of input range -15 – 115%
03
N/A
0, 1, 2, 3
Input type
0 : -1 to +1V
1 : -10 to +10V
2 : -30 to +30V
3 : 0 to 50mA
04
N/A
0, 1, 2, 3
Output type
0 : Open collector
1 : Voltage pulse (5 – 24V)
2 : RS-422 line driver
3 : AC/DC switch
05
2
0 – 13
Output frequency range
0 :0 – 10 kHz (selectable range 0.00 – 20.00 kHz)
Minimum increments 0.01 kHz
1 :0 – 1 kHz (selectable range 0.000 – 2.000 kHz)
Minimum increments 0.001 kHz
2 :0 – 100 Hz (selectable range 0.0 – 200.0 Hz)
Minimum increments 0.1 Hz
3 :0 – 10 Hz (selectable range 0.00 – 20.00 Hz)
Minimum increments 0.01 Hz
4 :0 – 1 Hz (selectable range 0.000 – 2.000 Hz)
Minimum increments 0.001 Hz
5 :0 – 100 mHz (selectable range 0.0 – 200.0 mHz)
Minimum increments 0.1 mHz
6 :0 – 10 mHz (selectable range 0.00 – 20.00 mHz)
Minimum increments 0.01 mHz
7 :0 – 1 mHz (selectable range 0.000 – 2.000 mHz)
Minimum increments 0.001 mHz
8 :0 – 1000 pulses/min (selectable range 0 – 2000 pulses/min)
Minimum increments 1 pulse/min
9 :0 – 100 pulses/min (selectable range 0.0 – 200.0 pulses/min)
Minimum increments 0.1 pulses/min
10:0 – 10 pulses/min (selectable range 0.00 – 20.00 pulses/min)
Minimum increments 0.01 pulses/min
11:0 – 1000 pulses/h (selectable range 0 – 2000 pulses/h)
Minimum increments 1 pulse/h
12:0 – 100 pulses/h (selectable range 0.0 – 200.0 pulses/h)
Minimum increments 0.1 pulses/h
13:0 – 10 pulses/h (selectable range 0.00 – 20.00 pulses/h)
Minimum increments 0.01 pulses/h
(0, 1, 2 not selectable with AC/DC switch output)
DEFAULT
--1
0
Code S1: 0
Code S2: 1
Code S3: 2
Code Z1: 3
Code A : 0
Code F : 1
Code J : 2
Code R : 3
1
(3 for AC/DC
switch output)
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ITEM
MDF.
CODE
DATA
CONTENTS
DEFAULT
06
2
0 – 2000
0% output frequency *1, 2
07
2
0 – 2000
100% output frequency *2
08
2
0, 1, 2
Output pulse width range *4
0 : Duty ratio approx. 50%
1 : One-shot; 1 – 1000 msec. (50 – 1000 msec. for AC/DC switch)
2 : One-shot; 1 – 10 sec.
09
2
1 – 1000, –
Output pulse width *5
If the preset value is wider than the cycle at 115% output, the MXAP does not
function properly (Data flashes.)
‘ – ’ indicated when ITEM 08 is set to 0, meaning this setting is unavailable.
10
2
5 – 24, –
Output pulse voltage (V)
Selectable only with voltage pulse output.
‘ – ’ indicated for other output types, meaning this setting is unavailable.
11
2
-10 – +10, –
Output pulse voltage, fine adjustment (scale)
Approx. 0.2V increments(at output pulse voltage ≤24V)
Selectable only with voltage pulse output.
‘ – ’ indicated for other output types, meaning this setting is unavailable.
12
2
0, 1, 2
Output pulse logic
0: Non-inverted 1: Inverted
13
N/A
-15.0 – 115.0 Input indicated in % (of the range set in ITEM 23/24)
14
2
0 – 2300
Output display in engineering unit with ITEM 01 DATA 1
(unit and decimal point position as set in ITEM 05)
Loop test output with ITEM 01 DATA 2 (‘L’ is indicated as ITEM No.)
15
2
-19.99 – 19.99 Input zero adjustment (%) (fine adj. of the value set in ITEM 23)
16
2
-19.99 – 19.99 Input span adjustment (%) (fine adj. of the value set in ITEM 24)
17
2
-9999 – 9999 Display range scaling 0% *6
18
2
-9999 – 9999 Display range scaling 100% *6
19
2
0, 1, 2, 3
Decimal point position 0 : _ _ _ _
for ITEM P, 17, 18
1 : _ _ _ . _
2 : _ _ . _ _
3 : _ . _ _ _
20
2
0, 1, 2, 3, 4
Moving average (sampling cycle: 10 msec.)
0: No 1: 4 samples 2: 8 samples 3: 16 samples 4: 32 samples
21
2
0, 1 – 60
Power-saving mode
0 : Continuous display
1 – 60 : Time before display turned off (minutes)
22
2
0.3 – 100.0
Low-end cutout (%) (of the input % displayed in ITEM 13; deadband 0.1%)
Not valid in the loop test output mode, or when 0% output setting is not 0 Hz.
23
2
-1.00 – 1.00
Input code S1
0% input voltage (V) *7
24
2
-1.00 – 1.00
100% input voltage (V) *7
23
2
-10.0 – 10.0
Input code S2
0% input voltage (V) *7
24
2
-10.0 – 10.0
100% input voltage (V) *7
23
2
-30.0 – 30.0
Input code S3
0% input voltage (V) *7
24
2
-30.0 – 30.0
100% input voltage (V) *7
23
2
0.0 – 50.0
Input code Z1
0% input current (mA) *7
24
2
0.0 – 50.0
100% input current (mA) *7
25
2
0, 1 – 9999
Automatic reset time for the totalized pulse count
0 : No automatic reset
1 – 9999 : Minutes before the automatic reset *8
26
2
0, 1
Totalized pulse count at ITEM 37/38 held at power off
0 : Not hold
1 : Hold
27
N/A
0 – 9999
Past totalized pulse count reset, five times before the last, upper 4 digits *9
28
N/A
0 – 9999
Past totalized pulse count reset, five times before the last, lower 4 digits *9
29
N/A
0 – 9999
Past totalized pulse count reset, four times before the last, upper 4 digits *9
30
N/A
0 – 9999
Past totalized pulse count reset, four times before the last, lower 4 digits *9
31
N/A
0 – 9999
Past totalized pulse count reset, three times before the last, upper 4 digits *9
32
N/A
0 – 9999
Past totalized pulse count reset, three times before the last, lower 4 digits *9
33
N/A
0 – 9999
Past totalized pulse count reset, twice before the last, upper 4 digits *9
34
N/A
0 – 9999
Past totalized pulse count reset, twice before the last, lower 4 digits *9
35
N/A
0 – 9999
Past totalized pulse count reset, last time, upper 4 digits *9
36
N/A
0 – 9999
Past totalized pulse count reset, last time, lower 4 digits *9
37
N/A
0 – 9999
Totalized pulse count, upper 4 digits *10
38
N/A
0 – 9999
Totalized pulse count, lower 4 digits *10
39
3
0, 1
Reset all settings *11
40
N/A
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ROM version
0.000 (0.00*3)
1.000 (10.00*3)
0
–
Code A : –
Code F : 5
Code J : –
Code R : –
Code A : –
Code F : 0
Code J : –
Code R : –
0
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0.00
0.00
0.0
100.0
1
1
10
0.3
-1.00
1.00
-10.0
10.0
-30.0
30.0
4.0
20.0
0
0
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0
0
0
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*1 :With 0 Hz setting, the input between -15% and 0% is automatically cut to 0 Hz (no output).
*2 :Unit and decimal point position as set in ITEM 05. ITEM 06 < ITEM 07.
*3 :For AC/DC switch output.
*4 :With 1 or 2 setting, the output pulse width is constant regardless of frequency.
*5 :Maintain the minimum OFF pulse width of 25 msec. (ON pulse width when inverted) for AC/DC switch output.
*6 :Of the range selected in ITEM 23/24. ITEM 17 < ITEM 18.
*7 :ITEM 23 < ITEM 24.
*8 :Clock accuracy ±5 sec. (approx.) per day (1440 minutes)
*9 :No display indication when the automatic reset is not specified.
Pressing DATA UP-DOWN keys simultaneously for longer than 4 seconds resets the pulse count values in ITEMs 27 to 36.
*10:Pressing DATA UP-DOWN keys simultaneously for longer than 4 seconds resets the pulse count values.
(Also valid in the automatic reset mode.)
*11:Press DATA UP key and choose DATA 1. Double-click DATA DOWN key. The display shows DATA 0 after the initialization is
complete.
■ SELECTING INPUT RANGE
[Example] Input range -5.0 to +5.0V
START
START
Go to the PROGRAM mode
• Press ITEM or key until the display shows ITEM 01
• Press DATA or key until the display shows DATA 2
Set 0% input.
0% Input
• Press ITEM or key until the display shows ITEM 23
• Press DATA or key until the DATA display shows -5.0
(PL1 turns on with minus (–) sign indicated)
Set 100% input.
100% Input
• Press ITEM
• Press DATA
or
or
■ SELECTING OUTPUT RANGE
[Example 1] Output frequency range 0 to 5 kHz
Only “50% Duty Ratio” is selectable as pulse width range.
key until the display shows ITEM 24
key until the DATA display shows 5.0
Go to the MONITOR mode
• Press ITEM or keys until the display shows ITEM 01
• Press DATA or key until the display shows DATA 1
COMPLETE
Go to the PROGRAM mode
Select the frequency range.
Output Frequency Range
• Press ITEM or key until the display shows ITEM 05
• Press DATA or key until the DATA display shows 0
(The output frquency range set to 0 – 10 kHz)
Set 0% output frequency.
0% Output Frequency
• Press ITEM or key until the display shows ITEM 06.
• Press DATA or key until the DATA display shows 0.00
(0.1 kHz increments)
(Unit and decimal point position as selected in ITEM 05)
Set 100% output frequency.
100% Output Frequency
• Press ITEM or key until the display shows ITEM 07
• Press DATA or key until the DATA display shows 5.00
(0.1 kHz increments)
(Unit and decimal point position as selected in ITEM 05)
Select the output pulse
width range.
Output Pulse Width Range
• Press ITEM or key until the display shows ITEM 08
• Press DATA or key until the DATA display shows 0
(Output pulse width range set to 50% (approx.) duty ratio)
Go to the MONITOR mode
COMPLETE
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[Example 2] Output frequency range 0 to 10 Hz
One-shot pulse width 10 msec.
START
■ LOOP TEST OUTPUT
The loop test output is enabled when ITEM L (14) is selected in the PROGRAM mode.
[Example] Loop test output 90 Hz of 0 – 100 Hz range
START
Go to the PROGRAM mode
Select the frequency range.
Output Frequency Range
• Press ITEM or key until the display shows ITEM 05
• Press DATA or key until the DATA display shows 3
(The output frquency range set to 0 – 10 Hz)
Set 0% output frequency.
0% Output Frequency
• Press ITEM or key until the display shows ITEM 06
• Press DATA or key until the DATA display shows 0.00
(0.1 Hz increments)
(Unit and decimal point position as selected in ITEM 05)
Set 100% output frequency.
100% Output Frequency
• Press ITEM or key until the display shows ITEM 07
• Press DATA or key until the DATA display shows 10.00
(0.1 Hz increments)
(Unit and decimal point position as selected in ITEM 05)
Select the output pulse
width range.
Output Pulse Width Range
• Press ITEM or key until the display shows ITEM 08
• Press DATA or key until the DATA display shows 1
(Output pulse width range set to 1 – 1000 msec.) *1
Set the output pulse width.
Output Pulse Width
• Press ITEM or key until the display shows ITEM 09
• Press DATA or key until the DATA display shows 10*2
(Unit as selected in ITEM 08)
Go to the MONITOR mode
COMPLETE
*1. 50 – 1000 msec. for AC/DC switch output.
*2. If the selected pulse width is greater than the cycle at 115% output,
the MXAP does not function adequately.
(ITEM 09 data flashes with an abnormal setting.)
Go to the PROGRAM mode
Set the loop test output.
Loop Test Output
• Press ITEM or key until the display shows ITEM 14
• Press DATA or key until the DATA display shows 90.0
(ITEM L indicated with DATA or )
Confirm the Loop Test Output
• Confirm the output value across the terminals 1 – 2
Reset the loop test mode.
Go to the MONITOR mode
COMPLETE
■ OUTPUT PULSE VOLTAGE
(Usable only for the voltage pulse output)
[Example] H Level 12V (L Level is fixed to ≤0.5V.)
H
12V
L
0.5V or lower
START
Go to the PROGRAM mode
Set the output voltage.
Output Pulse Voltage
• Press ITEM or key until the display shows ITEM 10
• Press DATA or key until the DATA display shows 12
(1V increments)
Go to the MONITOR mode
COMPLETE
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■ DISPLAY SCALING
[Example] Display range -6500 to +300
TERMINAL CONNECTIONS
Connect the unit as in the diagram below or refer to the connection diagram on top of the unit.
When an input resistor is provided with the module, attach
it together with input wiring to the input screw terminals.
START
Go to the PROGRAM mode
Select the decimal point
position.
Decimal Point Position
• Press ITEM or key until the display shows ITEM 19
• Press DATA or key until the DATA display shows 0
+
INPUT
–
Set 0% scale value.
0% Scaling
• Press ITEM or key until the display shows ITEM 17
• Press DATA or key until the DATA display shows -6500
(PL1 turns on with minus (–) sign indicated)
Set 100% scale value.
100% Scaling
• Press ITEM or
• Press DATA or
key until the display shows ITEM 18
key until the DATA display shows 300
*
3
1 +
4
2 –
5
7 U(+)
6
8 V(–)
OUTPUT
POWER
*Input shunt resistor attached for current input.
Output Connection Examples
■ Open Collector
■ RS-422 Line Driver Pulse
1 +
+
1 +
+
+
2 –
–
2 –
–
–
■ AC/DC Switch
• AC Powered
■ Voltage Pulse
Go to the MONITOR mode
R
1 +
+
1
2 –
–
2
COMPLETE
LOAD
Relay or
Counter Coil
Varistor or Spark
Quenching Circuit
• DC Powered
Relay or
Counter Coil
1
■ RESET ALL SETTINGS
2
LOAD
Spark Quenching
Diode
START
Go to the RESET mode
• Press ITEM or key until the display shows ITEM 01
• Press DATA or key until the display shows DATA 3
Reset All Settings
• Press ITEM or key until the display shows ITEM 39
• Press DATA key to show DATA 1 and double-click DATA
(The display returns to DATA 0 when the setting is complete)
CHECKING
1) Terminal wiring: Check that all cables are correctly connected according to the connection diagram.
2) Power input voltage: Check voltage across the terminal
7 – 8 with a multimeter.
3) Input: Check the input voltage (current) across the terminal 3 (+) – 4 (–) with a multimeter.
4) Output: Check that the load resistance meets the described specifications.
Go to the MONITOR mode
COMPLETE
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ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
MAINTENANCE
For matching the signal to a receiving instrument or in case
of regular calibration, proceed as follows.
Use a signal source and measuring instruments of sufficient
accuracy level. Turn the power supply on and warm up for
more than 10 minutes.
Regular calibration procedure is explained below:
1) Turn the unit into Program mode.
2) Simulate 0% input and adjust the PV display to show 0.0
(ITEM 15).
3) Simulate 100% input and adjust the PV display to show
100.0 (ITEM 16).
4) Simulate 0% input again and check the PV display.
5) When the PV value is changed, repeat the above procedure 2) – 4).
6) Return the unit into Monitor mode.
■ CALIBRATION
Warm up the unit for at least 10 minutes. Apply 0%, 25%,
50%, 75% and 100% input signal. Check that the output
signal for the respective input signal remains within accuracy described in the data sheet. When the output is out of
tolerance, recalibrate the unit as explained earlier (ITEM
07 and 08).
EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS unit: mm (inch)
CLAMP
(top & bottom)
80 (3.15)
35.4 (1.39)
DIN RAIL
35mm wide
50 (1.97)
123 (4.84)
[3.3 (.13)]
5
4
3
7
8
1
2
2–4.5 (.18) dia.
MTG HOLE
15 (.59) deep
8–M3.5
SCREW
103 (4.06)
6
80 (3.15)
20
(.79)
7.8 (.31)
40 (1.57)
50 (1.97)
• When mounting, no extra space is needed between units.
■ TERMINAL ASSIGNMENTS
6
5
4
3
7
8
1
2
12 (.47)
INPUT RESISTOR
(model: REM)
Input shunt resistor attached
for current input.
M-SYSTEM WARRANTY
M-System warrants such new M-System product which it manufactures to be free from defects in materials and workmanship during the 36-month period following the date that such
product was originally purchased if such product has been used under normal operating conditions and properly maintained, M-System’s sole liability, and purchaser’s exclusive
remedies, under this warranty are, at M-System’s option, the repair, replacement or refund of the purchase price of any M-System product which is defective under the terms of this
warranty. To submit a claim under this warranty, the purchaser must return, at its expense, the defective M-System product to the below address together with a copy of its original
sales invoice.
THIS IS THE ONLY WARRANTY APPLICABLE TO M-SYSTEM PRODUCT AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. M-SYSTEM SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL OR
SPECIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER.
M-System Co., Ltd., 5-2-55, Minamitsumori, Nishinari-ku, Osaka 557-0063 JAPAN, Phone: (06) 6659-8201, Fax: (06) 6659-8510, E-mail: [email protected]
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