Mode d'emploi ETM442

Mode d'emploi ETM442
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ENDA ETM442 DIGITAL TIMER
Thank you for choosing ENDA ETM442 digital timer.
* 48x48mm sized.
* 2x4 digits display.
* Easy to use by front panel keypad.
* Selectable 9 different time bases between 0-99.99s and 0-9999h.
* Selectable PNP or NPN sensor type.
* Selectable up/down counting direction for time.
* Adjustable Minimum On and Off times for pulses.
* Operation with or without memory for each output type.
* 9 different output types.
* Bottom display can be adjusted to show time unit or set value.
* Selectable functional reset.
* Parameter access protection on 3 levels.
* Easy connection by removable screw terminal.
* CE marked according to European Norms.
ETM 442
OUT
PV
SV
SET
Order Code : ETM442-     
PRESET
1
ENDA
RESET
DIGITAL TIMER
Supply Voltage
230VAC...230V AC
24VAC.....24V AC
SM...........9-30V DC / 7-24V AC
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Ambient/storage temperature 0 ... +50°C/-25 ... +70°C (with no icing)
Max. relative humidity
80% up to 31°C decreasing linearly 50% at 40°C.
According to EN 60529
Front panel : IP65
Rated pollution degree
Rear panel : IP20
Height
Max. 2000m
Do not use the device in locations subject to corrosive and flammable gases.
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Supply
Power consumption
Wiring
Date retention
EMC
Safety requirements
230V AC +10% -20%, 50/60Hz or 24V AC ±10%, 50/60Hz or optional 9-30V DC / 7-24V AC ±10% SMPS
Max. 5VA
2.5mm² screw-terminal connections
EEPROM (Min. 10 years)
EN 61326-1: 1997, A1: 1998, A2: 2001 (Performance criterion B for the EMC standard)
EN 61010-1: 2001 (pollution degree 2, overvoltage category II)
INPUTS
START input
GATE input
RESET input
Input types can be adjusted as PNP or NPN in programming mode.
Minimum On and Off times for input pulses can be adjusted between 5 and 100ms.
For PNP input types, active level is 5 to 30V pulse,
For NPN input types, active level is 0 to 2V pulse.
OUTPUTS
Control output (OUT)
Auxiliary power supply
Life expectancy for relay
Accuracy
Relay : 250V AC, 2A (for resistive load), NO+NC
Open collector output (S.S. OUT): Max. 30V DC, 100mA
12V DC, max. 50mA (without regulation)
Mechanical 30.000.000 operation; Electrical 300.000 operation
± 0.1% ± 20ms
Note : Relay and S.S.OUT outputs are in synchronization . When OUT relay is energized S.S. OUT transistor goes into saturation.
HOUSING
Housing type
Dimensions
Weight
Enclosure material
Suitable for flush-panel mounting according to DIN 43 700.
W48xH48xD87mm
Approx. 210g (after packing)
Self extinguishing plastics
While cleaning the device, solvents (thinner, benzine, acid etc.) or corrosive materials must not be used.
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TERMS
ETM 442
OUT
(1) Time value during run mode.
Parameter value or mnemonic parameter code during programming mode.
(2) Set value or time unit during run mode.
Parameter value, unit or mnemonic parameter code during programming mode.
(3) Output LED.
PV
SV
(4) Increment key during run and programming modes.
Parameter selection key during programming mode.
(5) Parameter selection and reset key during programing mode.
Decrement key during run and programming mode.
(6) Used for selecting options or digits to be changed.
SET
RESET
PRESET
ENDA
DIGITAL TIMER
(7) Used for selecting run or programming modes or for adjusting the parameter.
( 1 ) PV display
( 2 ) SV display
4 digits, 7 segment red LED
4 digits, 7 segment yellow LED
PV display (1) : 7.1mm
SV display (2) : 7.1mm
One red LED
Character height
( 3 ) Output LED
( 4 ),( 5 ),( 6 ),( 7 ) Keypad
Micro switch
Depth
DIMENSIONS
87mm
Panel cut-out
1
2
51mm
ETM 442
+0.6
45
48mm
mm
PV
mm
SV
PRESET
ENDA
+0.6
SET
45
58mm
OUT
RESET
DIGITAL TIMER
80mm
1
Connection
cables
For removing the device from
the panel:
- While pressing both side of
the device in direction 1, push it
in direction 2.
Flush mounting
clamp
Note: 1) While panel mounting, additional distance required for
connection cables should be considered.
2) Panel thickness should be maximum 9mm.
3) If there is no 100mm free space at back side of the device,
it would be difficult to remove it from the panel.
Panel
CONNECTION DIAGRAM
ENDA ETM442 is intended for installation in control panels. Make sure that the device is used only for intended
purpose. The shielding must be grounded on the instrument side. During an installation, all of the cables that are
connected to the device must be free of energy. The device must be protected against inadmissible humidity,
vibrations, severe soiling and make sure that the operation temperature is not exceeded. All input and output
lines that are not connected to the supply network must be laid out as shielded and twisted cables. These cables
should not be close to the power cables or components. The installation and electrical connections must be
carried on by a qualified staff and must be according to the relevant locally applicable regulations.
ENDA INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS
ENDA INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS
NOTE :
ETM442-230VAC DIGITAL TIMER
ETM442-24VAC DIGITAL TIMER
SUPPLY:
8
S.S. OUT
2
9
RESET IN
3
10
START IN
4
11
GATE IN
5
12
GND
6
+12V 30mA
7
SN: XXXXXXXXX
230V AC +10% -20%
50/60Hz 5VA
OUT
AC 250V 2A
RESISTIVE LOAD
8
S.S. OUT
2
9
RESET IN
3
10
START IN
4
11
GATE IN
5
12
GND
6
+12V 30mA
7
24V AC 10 % -20%
50/60Hz 5VA
OUT
AC 250V 2A
RESISTIVE LOAD
184-253V AC 8
50/60Hz 5VA 9
Fuse
F 100 mA
250V AC
Faz
Nötr
Switch
230V AC Supply
Fuse should
be connected.
Cable size: 1,5mm²
Note : 1) Mains supply cords shall meet the requirements of IEC 60227
or IEC 60245.
2) In accordance with the safety regulations, the power supply
switch shall bring the identification of the relevant instrument
and it should be easily accessible by the operator.
SN: XXXXXXXXX
Holding screw 0.4-0.5Nm
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Equipment is protected throughout
by DOUBLE INSULATION.
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Set
Run mode
29.8
29.8
Bot.
200.0
Sec.
Depending on the value of the
DiSP.
parameter
Ton
OuTP. OPTi.
bottom display shows time unit or one of the
set values (Ton or Toff).
100.0
PRESET
Ton or Toff
Toff
See NOTE 1 for adjusting the set value.
99.99
Sec.
999.9
Sec.
SEnS.
tyPE
nPn
PnP
Time.
dir.
Up
dn.
Puls
timE
0.005
sec.
0.010
sec.
outP.
typE
MEm.
SEt
200.0
ConF.
1
no
if
key is pressed while holding
ýnPt.
999.9
Hour
9999
Hour
0.100
sec.
ConF.
5
ConF.
6
ConF.
7
ConF.
8
ConF.
9
yes
dýsP.
oPtý.
There are 9 different time intervals.
They are
0-99.99s, 0-999.9s, 0-9999s
0-99.99min, 0-999.9min, 0-9999min
0-99.99h, 0-999.9h and 0-9999h.
Warning: Changing this parameter
affects the values of Ton ve Toff.
See NOTE 2 for modification.
Bot.
DiSP.
BASE
PRESET
RESET
There are 9 different output types.
Output types are at the next page.
See NOTE 2 for modification.
OutP.
typE
Bot.
DÝSP.
RESET
Sensor type can be selected as nPn or
PnP This selection affects all 3 inputs.
See NOTE 2 for modification.
Device can be operated with memory or
without memory modes for 9 output types.
See NOTE 2 for modification.
mEm.
SECU.
codE
1111
InP.o.
SECU.
nonE
Prog.
no
Prog.
yES
Out.o.
SECU.
nonE
Prog.
no
Prog.
yES
diS.o.
SECU.
nonE
Prog.
no
Prog.
yES
TimE.
r.SEt
no
PAnE.
r.SEt
r.SEt
inP.t.
def.
Set
no
yes
Set.
oPtý.
RESET
Bottom display value can be selected.
If BASE is selected, one of the time units
(Sec., Min. or Hour) is displayed.
If Set is selected, Ton or Toff value is
displayed.
See NOTE 2 for modification.
WARNING: As the selected time interval changes
by
Time
bAsE
parameter, time unit also changes.
SECU.
Up
Counting direction can be selected as
See NOTE 2 for modification.
Dir.
both
or dn.
PRESET
Access code for entering security option menu.
This parameter should be 1111.
See NOTE 2 for modification.
codE
RESET
nonE
ýnP.o.
Prog.
no
SECU.
Prog.
yES
= No menu is seen.
= Menu is seen but can not be programmed.
= Menu is seen and programming is possible.
See NOT 2. for modification.
RESET
RESET
týmE.
Set
SECU.
oPtý.
PRESET
RESET
RESET
TYPE
99.99
Hour
key, the
OutP.
PRESET
Sens.
ConF.
4
9999
min.
programming mode is enabled.
oPtý.
bAsE
ConF.
3
0.050
sec.
999.9
min.
PRESET
PRG
Time
0.020
sec.
99.99
min.
SET
SET
RESET
ConF.
2
9999
Sec.
SECU. oPTi.
BASE
INPT. oPTi.
DiSP.
tImE
bA5E
disP. oPTi.
PARAMETER TABLE
Bot.
nonE
Out.o.
Prog.
no
SECU.
Prog.
yES
= No menu is seen.
= Menu is seen but can not be programmed.
= Menu is seen and programming is possible.
See NOT 2. for modification.
RESET
RESET
Minimum On and Off times for the pulses of
the external inputs (RESET, START and GATE)
can be selected. This selection affects all 3 inputs.
See NOTE 2 for modification.
puls
time
SET
key the value of the selected parameter is seen on the display. While holding
SET
PRESET
Selected
numerical
parameter
keys. In order to reset all the digits, first press and hold
key. And then, press both
and
SET
1.000
SET
SET
PRESET
Prog.
yES
1.000
PRESET
1.000
Time.
r.SEt
keys together.
RESET
RESET
SET
SECU.
RESET
key, the value of the selected parameter can be changed by
SET
using
Prog.
no
= No menu is seen.
= Menu is seen but can not be programmed.
= Menu is seen and programming is possible.
See NOT 2. for modification.
PARAMETER MODIFICATION DIAGRAM
NOTE 1 Holding
nonE
dýs.o.
SET
1.010
RESET
1.000
RESET
no
PAnE.
r.SEt
r.SEt
inP.t.
both
= Timer can not be reset.
= Timer can be reset by
key.
RESET
= Timer can be reset by the RESET input.
= Both RESET input and the
key can
RESET
be used for resetting.
See NOT 2. for modification.
SET
NOTE 2 To modify non-mumerical parameters, hold
key and use
keys.
RESET
def.
SEt
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While leaving the programming mode,
no
= All the modifications are saved.
Yes = Default values are set to parameters.
See NOT 2. for modification.
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OUTPUT TYPES
t: Partial time of TON or TOFF.
TON: Relay On time
TOFF: Relay Off time
: Indefinite time
Without memory
With memory
Power
While the device is energized,
If START is active, relay is energized after delay time
(TOFF).
Power
Config. 1
Delay on energization
Start
Reset
Start
Reset
Relay
Relay
t
t1
Power
t2
t
t
While the device is energized,
If START input is active, relay becomes Off and On
periodically during TOFF and TON times respectively.
At the end of each TON time START input is checked.
If it START is passive, timer stops and initial conditions
are returned. Otherwise, periodic operation continues.
Power
Config. 2
Cyclic timing
Single cycle
Start
Reset
Start
Reset
Relay
Relay
t
t
t
t1
Power
Power
Start
Start
Config. 3
Timing on impulse
(one shot)
Reset
t2
t
t
While the device is energized,
With an impulse at the START input, relay becomes On
during TON time. Then, relay becomes Off.
Reset
Relay
Relay
t
t1
Power
t1
t2
t2
With an impulse at the START input, relay becomes On.
However, timer do not counts while START is active.
When START becomes passive, relay becomes Off after
a time delay (TON).
Power
Start
Start
Config. 4
Timing after impulse
(delay off)
Reset
Reset
Relay
Relay
t
t
t
t1
Power
t2
t
t
While the device is energized,
If START input is active, relay becomes first Off and then On
periodically during TOFF and TON times respectively.
As soon as START becomes passive, timer stops and initial
conditions are returned.
Power
Config. 5
Cyclic timing
Start
Start
Reset
Reset
Relay
Relay
t
t
t1
Power
t2
t
t
t
While the device is energized,
If START input is active, first TON and then TOFF times are
passed periodically.
As soon as START becomes passive, timer stops and initial
conditions are returned.
Power
Start
Start
Config. 6
Cyclic timing
Reset
Reset
Relay
Relay
t
t
t1
Power
t2
t
t
t
While the device is energized,
If START input is active, relay becomes On
during TON time. Then, relay becomes Off.
Power
Start
Config. 7
Timing on energization
Reset
Start
Reset
Relay
TON
TON
t
Relay
TON
t1
t2
t
While the device is energized,
If START is active, relay is energized after delay time
(TOFF). If START becomes passive before TOFF time,
timer waits for another active signal at the START input
to complete the TOFF time.
Power
Power
Config. 8
Timing on energization
with memory
Start
Reset
Start
Reset
Relay
Relay
t1
t2
t1
t2
t1
t2
t1
Power
Power
Start
Start
Reset
Relay
t1
t2
t
t1
t2
t1
t2
Config. 9
Timing on energization
with memory
+reset by START input
after TOFF
t2
t1
t2
Reset
Relay
t1
t2
t
t1
t2
While the device is energized,
If START is active, relay is energized after delay time
(TOFF).
If START becomes passive before TOFF time,
timer waits for another active signal at the START input
to complete the TOFF time.
If START becomes passive after TOFF time, reset occurs.
Relay is de-energized and initial condition is returned.
NOTE: if Gate input becomes active, timer enters into wait mode. Timer waits at that condition until gate input becomes passive
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TERMINAL CONNECTIONS
ENDA INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS
Terminal description
ETM442-230VAC DIGITAL TIMER
8
S.S. OUT
2
9
RESET IN
3
10
START IN
4
11
GATE IN
5
12
2 : Solid state out (Max 30V 100mA, open collector NPN)
3 : Reset input (Max 30V)
4 : Start input (Max 30V)
5 : Gate input(Max 30V)
6 : GND
7 : +12V 30mA auxiliary supply output for sensors
8,9 : SUPPLY input
10,11,12 : Relay contacts (Max 2A 250V AC)
230V AC +10% -20%
50/60Hz 5VA
OUT
AC 250V 2A
RESISTIVE LOAD
GND 6
+12V 30mA 7
SN: XXXXXXXXX
TYPICAL SENSOR CONNECTIONS
Typical connections for PNP sensor type
8
Fuse
F 100 mA
250V AC Switch
230V AC Supply
2
9
Cable size: 1,5mm²
RESET
START
GATE
3
10
4
11
5
12
6
+ 12V
7
8
Fuse
F 100 mA
250V AC Switch
230V AC Supply
PNP PROXIMITY SWITCH
2
9
Cable size: 1,5mm²
OUT (active level is sensor supply voltage)
GND
3
10
4
11
5
12
6
+ 12V
7
NOTE: FOR PNP SENSOR TYPE ACTIVE LEVEL IS AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE.
Typical connections for NPN sensor type
8
Fuse
F 100 mA
250V AC Switch
230V AC Supply
2
9
Cable size: 1,5mm²
RESET
START
GATE
GND
3
10
4
11
5
12
6
7
8
Fuse
F 100 mA
250V AC Switch
230V AC Supply
NPN PROXIMITY SWITCH
2
GND
+ 12V
9
Cable size: 1,5mm²
OUT active level GND )
3
10
4
11
5
12
6
7
NOTE: FOR NPN SENSOR TYPE ACTIVE LEVEL IS GROUND (GND).
SÝSEL MÜHENDÝSLÝK ELEKTRONÝK SAN. VE TÝC. A.Þ.
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