48NAV BARGRAPH INDICATING ALARM BEFORE USE .... INSTRUCTION MANUAL

48NAV BARGRAPH INDICATING ALARM BEFORE USE .... INSTRUCTION MANUAL
48NAV
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
BARGRAPH INDICATING ALARM
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:
Bargraph indicator (incl. scale plate)........................... (1)
Mounting bracket.......................................................... (2)
Bezel*1............................................................................ (2)
Watertight packing........................................................ (1)
*1. The size of included bezel differs depending on option code.
■ MODEL NO.
Confirm that the model number described on the product is
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.
MODEL
48NAV
■ REQUIREMENTS TO ENSURE IP65
•Observe the designated panel cutout size (31.5 × 138 mm).
•Single mounting only. IP65 is not ensured when the units
are clustered side by side.
•The watertight packing included in the product package
must be placed behind the front cover.
•The mounting bracket must be fastened tightly until they
hit the panel.
•Confirm visually that the packing is not contorted or excessively run off the edge after installation.
■ WIRING
•Do not install cables (power supply, signal input and output) close to noise sources (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.
■ 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 signal and
power supply to the output relays before separating the
terminal block.
Terminal Block Screw
(top & bottom)
POINTS OF CAUTION
■ CONFORMITY WITH EC DIRECTIVES
• This equipment is suitable for Pollution Degree 2 and Installation Category II. Reinforced insulation (signal input
to output to power input: 300V) is maintained. Prior to
installation, check that the insulation class of this unit
satisfies the system requirements.
•The equipment must be mounted on a panel surface. Once
mounted on a panel, take appropriate precautions to prevent operators to be exposed to the terminal block.
•Altitude up to 2000 meters
•The equipment must be installed such that appropriate
clearance and creepage distances are maintained to conform to CE requirements. Failure to observe these requirements may invalidate the CE conformance.
■ POWER INPUT RATING & OPERATIONAL RANGE
•Locate the power input rating marked on the product and
confirm its operational range as indicated below:
AC rating: 85 – 264V, 47 – 66 Hz, approx. 6VA
DC rating: 24V ±15%, approx. 2W
Terminal Block
Separable
■ 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.
■ ENVIRONMENT
•Indoor use
•If the unit’s environmental protection is compromised (e.g.
when multiple units are to be mounted side by side) when
heavy dust or metal particles are present in the air, install
them inside an enclosure with a proper 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 -10 to +55°C
(14 to 131°F) with relative humidity within 30 to 90% RH
in order to ensure adequate life span and operation.
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48NAV
COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION
A
50
40
30
20
10
0
10
20
30
40
50
m3/h
Brackets
100 SET
90
80
H
70
60
50
S
•
Z
L
40
30
20
10
M
Body
0
%
Scale Plate
Pull up the part ‘A’ when replacing the scale plate.
INSTALLATION
■ PANEL CUTOUT unit: mm (inch)
■ SINGLE MOUNTING (ingress protection)
• Vertical Mounting
• Horizontal Mounting
+1
+1
138 –0
31.5 –0
+1
138 –0
+1
138 –0
Panel thickness: 1.6 – 8.0 mm
164 min.
+1
31.5 –0
Panel thickness: 1.6 – 8.0 mm
■ CLUSTERED MOUNTING (no ingress protection)
• Vertical Mounting
• Horizontal Mounting
+1
+1
138 –0
L
138 –0
+1
138 –0
Panel thickness: 1.6 – 8.0 mm
+1
L
L = {31.5 + 36 × (N – 1)} –0
(N : number of units)
164 min.
Panel thickness: 1.6 – 8.0 mm
+1
Note 1. Observe at the minimum of 3 cm above and below the units for heat dissipation.
Note 2. No bezel is needed when the panel is cut according to the above drawings.
L = {31.5 + 36 × (N – 1)} –0
(N : number of units)
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48NAV
■ USING BEZELS
Bezels are used when the unit needs to be adapted to an existing panel cutout. It is not required when the panel cutout
size is as specified in the unit’s data sheet (31.5 × 138 mm).
Three types of bezels are selectable when ordering.
Standard type: Fits into M-System’s 48 Series’ panel
cutout (38 × 139.5 mm)
Option /D type:Fits into DIN panel cutout
(33 × 138 mm)
Option /F type: Fits into Fuji Electric PAJ, PAK, PBA,
etc, panel cutout (44 × 138 mm)
Slide the top and bottom parts of the bezel into the back of
the front cover as shown below.
■ HOW TO MOUNT THE UNIT ON A PANEL
1)Insert the unit into the panel cutout. The watertight
packing must be in place to hold the unit. Do not remove
it even when the protection is not required.
The IP65 front cover protection is effective only with single mounting, with the designated cutout size (31.5 ×138
mm).
Panel
Bezel
Watertight Packing
When multiple units are to be clustered side by side, insert
one bezel between two units as shown below.
2) Push the mounting brackets into the grooves on top and
bottom of the rear module, until they hit the panel’s rear
side.
Leave at least 3 centimeters both above and below the
unit for ventilation.
• When mounting two or more indicators side by side:
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Bracket
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48NAV
4 *1
(.16)
EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS unit: mm (inch)
16–M3 SCREW
TERMINALS
2–M3 SCREWS
1
2
3
4
5
137.5 (5.41)
7
100 (3.94)
144 (5.67)
6
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
36 (1.42)
10 (.39)
75 (2.95)
18
(.71)
103 (4.06)
■ STANDARD BEZEL*2
■ OPTION /D BEZEL*3
31 (1.22)
■ OPTION /F BEZEL*4
11.4
(.45)
7.5
(.30)
10.4
(.41)
7.5
(.30)
10.4
(.41)
144 (5.67)
8.5
(.33)
136.5 (5.37)
144 (5.67)
3.9
(.15)
136.5 (5.37)
144 (5.67)
4.9
(.19)
136.5 (5.37)
Rounded corners for the option /D
7.5
(.30)
*1. Space required when replacing the scale plate.
*2. Used for the existing panel cutout of M-System 48 Series (38 × 139.5 mm).
*3. Used for the existing DIN panel cutout (33 × 138 mm)
*4. Used for the existing panel cutout of Fuji Electric PAJ, PAK, PBA (44 × 138 mm), etc.
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48NAV
TERMINAL CONNECTIONS
Refer to the connection diagram below.
■ 48NAV-2
■ 48NAV-4
+ 1
INPUT
– 2
7 Hc
8 Ha
INPUT
H OUTPUT
+ 1
7 Hc, HHc
– 2
8 HHa
9 Hb
9 HHb
12 La
10 Ha
13 Lb
12 LLa
15 U(+)
13 LLb
POWER
16 V(–)
POWER
• DC Powered
Inductive
Load (Coil)
Inductive
Load (Coil)
LOAD
L OUTPUT
LL OUTPUT
14 Lc, LLc
15 U(+)
■ Relay Protection
• AC Powered
H OUTPUT
11 La
L OUTPUT
14 Lc
16 V(–)
HH OUTPUT
Varistor or
CR Circuit
LOAD
Diode, Varistor or
CR Circuit
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48NAV
FRONT PANEL CONFIGURATION
■ ALARM SUFFIX CODE 2: 2 points
• Vertical Mounting
• Horizontal Mounting
m3/h -50
50
100 SET
40
90
30
80
H
H Setpoint Adj. & Trip Indicator (red)
20
70
S
Span Adj. (amber)
10
60
•
Power Saving Mode Indicator (amber)
Z
Zero Adj. (amber)
L
L Setpoint Adj. & Trip Indicator (green)
SET (ENTER) Button
H Setpoint
0
50
-10
40
-20
30
-30
20
-40
10
-50
m3/h
0
%
L Setpoint
PV Indicator
M
H Setpoint
40
PV Indicator
HH
HH Setpoint Adj. & Trip Indicator (red)
H
H Setpoint Adj. & Trip Indicator (red)
Span Adj. (amber)
80
20
70
S
10
60
•
Power Saving Mode Indicator (amber)
Z
Zero Adj. (amber)
L
L Setpoint Adj. & Trip Indicator (green)
LL
LL Setpoint Adj. & Trip Indicator (green)
50
-10
40
-20
30
-30
20
-40
10
-50
m3/h
0
%
10
20
30
40
50
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
L
M
m3/h -50
30
0
0
Z
•
S
H
SET
• Horizontal Mounting
90
LL Setpoint
-10
DOWN Button
100 SET
L Setpoint
-20
Mode Selector
SET (ENTER) Button
HH Setpoint
-30
UP Button
■ ALARM SUFFIX CODE 4: 4 points
• Vertical Mounting
50
% 0
-40
% 0
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
30
40
50
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
M
LL
L
Z
•
S
H
HH
SET
UP Button
M
Mode Selector
DOWN Button
• Bar Color Patterns
Pattern 1 (model suffix code C1)
Input < L
L < Input < H
H < Input
red
H
L
orange
green
green
orange
orange
Pattern 2 (model suffix code C2)
red
H
L
orange
green
red
green
red
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48NAV
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
■ ZERO ADJUSTMENT: Apply 0% input signal before adjustment.
Mode Selector*1 LED Blinking
Zero Adjustment
M
LED OFF
Z
SET
Z
Complete
■ SPAN ADJUSTMENT: Apply 100% input signal before adjustment.
Mode Selector*1 LED Blinking
Span Adjustment
M
LED OFF
S
SET
S
Complete
■ ALARM SETTING: Proceed after the zero / span adjustments.
Mode Selector*1 LED Blinking
H Setpoint
M
LED OFF
UP / DOWN Button
H
SET
H
Complete
SET
HH
Complete
SET
L
Complete
SET
LL
Complete
Increase / Decrease
*2 HH Setpoint
M
HH
Increase / Decrease
L Setpoint
M
L
Increase / Decrease
*2 LL Setpoint
M
LL
Increase / Decrease
■ POWER SAVING MODE
LED ON
Mode Selector*1 LED Blinking
Indicator OFF
M
•
SET
•
Complete
LED OFF
Indicator ON
M
•
SET
•
Complete
*1. Keep pressing at least for 3 seconds to activate Mode Selector M. Press briefly for second and more times within 1 minute after it has been activated.
*2. HH or LL setpoints are not provided for the 48NAV-2.
Each setting sequence is complete only when SET button is pressed. Once set, parameters are not lost even after the power is removed, except for the
power saving mode. The power saving mode is automatically cancelled when the power is reset.
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48NAV
■ ZERO ADJUSTMENT
1) Apply 0% input signal.
2) Hold down [M] for 3 seconds* and push [M] to choose [Z].
3) Press [SET], and the bargraph shows 0%.
■ SPAN ADJUSTMENT
1) Apply 100% input signal.
2) Hold down [M] for 3 seconds* and push [M] to choose [S].
3) Press [SET], and the bargraph shows 100%.
■ ALARM SETPOINT ADJUSTMENTS
• 48NAV-2: H [L setpoint] to 100%
L 0 to [H setpoint]
No alarm trip is selectable
• 48NAV-4: HH [H setpoint] to 100%
H [L setpoint] to [HH setpoint]
L [LL setpoint] to [H setpoint]
LL 0 to [L setpoint]
No alarm trip is selectable
• How to Set LL (or L, H, HH) Setpoints
1) Hold down [M] for 3 seconds* and push [M] to choose
[LL].
2) Press [UP] or [DOWN] buttons until the indicator comes
to the desired position, and press [SET].
(Same procedure for L, H, HH setpoints)
• How to Cancel HH and H Alarms
1) Press [UP] or [DOWN] buttons until the indicator comes
to the upper limit, and press [SET].
HH indicator must be set before H as the H setpoint cannot go above the HH setpoint.
• How to Cancel LL and L Alarms
1) Press [UP] or [DOWN] buttons until the indicator comes
to the lower limit, and press [SET].
LL indicator must be set before L as the L setpoint cannot go below the LL setpoint.
CALIBRATION PROCEDURE
This unit is calibrated at the factory to meet the ordered
specifications, therefore you usually do not need any calibration.
For matching the indication to a receiving instrument or in
case of regular calibration, adjust the output as explained
in the following.
■ HOW TO CALIBRATE THE OUTPUT INDICATION
Use a signal source and measuring instruments of sufficient
accuracy level. Turn the power supply on and warm up for
more than 10 minutes.
1) ZERO: Apply 0% input and adjust output indication to
0% following the procedure explained in “ADJUSTMENT
PROCEDURE.”
2) SPAN: Apply 100% input and adjust output indication to
100% following the same procedure.
3) Check ZERO adjustment again with 0% input.
4) When ZERO value is changed, repeat the above procedure 1) – 3).
MAINTENANCE
Regular checking procedure is explained below:
■ CHECKING
Warm up the unit for at least 10 minutes. Apply 0%, 25%,
50%, 75% and 100% input signal. Check that the output
indication for the respective input signal remains within
accuracy described in the data sheet. When the output is
out of tolerance, recalibrate the unit according to the “CALIBRATION PROCEDURE” explained earlier.
*The [M] button remain activated for 1 minute after it has
been used to choose a indicator LED (programming mode).
During this period, pressing the [M] button briefly is enough
to choose another indicator. After 1 minute, it turns to deactivated state.
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