THX-DL Data Logger - Kingspan Environmental

THX-DL Data Logger - Kingspan Environmental
THX-DL
Data Logger
USER & INSTALLATION MANUAL V2. 2013
www.thermomax-refrigeration.com
Contents
PRESENTATION
Summary of Features
2
INSTALLATION
Safety Precautions
4
THX Unit
4
Sensors
4
Alarm Relay
4
Power Connection and Wiring Diagram
5
Battery
5
Wall & Panel Mount
6
Panel Mount diagrams
7
6.0
Service Screen
6.1
Test
19
6.2
Contrast
19
6.3
Keypad
19
6.4
Relay
20
7.0
Language Select
20
8.0
Sample Period
21
9.0
Unit Information
21
10.0 Diagnostics
THX OPERATION
22
10.2 Channel
22
Summary Screens
8
1.1
Sensor Summary
8
1.2
Door Summary
9
1.3
Alarm Summary
9
1.
Download Data
23
2.
Download Setup
24
3.
Upload Setup
24
4.
Service
24
1.4
Daily Min / Max
10
2.0
Channel View
10
3.0
Alarm Settings
11
4.0
Settings
4.1
Set Clock
12
4.2
Alarm Mute Setup
12
4.3
Channel On / Off
13
4.4
Sensor Type
13
4.5
Door ON / OFF
14
4.6
Door Setup
14
4.7
Relay Setup
15
4.8
Relay Normally Closed / Normally
Open Setup
15
4.9
Calibration
16
4.10 Network
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10.1 Databank
1.0
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5.0
Plot
5.1
Current Day
17
5.2
History
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USB
WEB SERVER
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1.
Live Data
26
2.
Status
26
3.
Setup
27
4.
User
28
5.
Time
28
6.
Graph
29
7.
Network
29
SPECIFICATION
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Presentation
COMMS. AREA
BACK
BOX
FRONT
COVER
FRONT LID
SUMMARY OF FEATURES
Datalogger
Alarm
Temperature /humidity from each Channel can be set to
sample every 1/5/15/30/60 minutes and stored to an internal
databank
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2-Stage high and low level alarms with mute facility
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Stage 1 temperature threshold with trigger delay
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Stage 2 limit temperature with immediate trigger
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Up to 12 channels of data logging can be employed using the
module configuration
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Alarm history record for low alarm, high alarm and power fail
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Power Supply 110-240 VAC 50-60 HZ
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Contents of internal databank can be transferred to the USB
Flash Memory and viewed or transferred to the PC via website
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Universal panel mount or wall mount box
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Expandable modular design
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IP54 Rated
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Battery Back-up up to 6hrs
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Backward compatible with old sensors (PT 100 terminated
with RJ 11)
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EN12830 certified
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CE tested
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On Board Web Server (IP addressable)
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Large data storage capacity
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USB Firmware Upgrade Functionality
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Module Auto-Detect and self-configuration
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Door Alarm Configuration Function (4 doors per module)
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Battery back-up for power-fail operation
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Summary screen for Alarm Overview
Note: The information supplied in this manual is for guidance only – no part
of this may be used for any agreement, whether express or implied, or to
form any contract.
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Installation
Note: This installation procedure is for guidance only, and its suitability should be verified by the installer.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
= WARNING! - Information which is essential for preventing hazard to presonnel or device and must be read with care.
= DANGER! - High voltage area. Isolate power supply before any maintenance work.
The following safety precautions are strongly recommended:
1. Before attempting to install and operate the unit, read the instruction and installation manual carefully.
2. Installation and any maintenance should only be carried out by suitably qualified personnel.
3. It is recommended that the unit be connected to the mains supply via a suitably rated isolating switch.
4. WARNING: When the unit is connected to the mains supply and the cover is open, the circuits at mains voltage will be
exposed. Therefore when installing the unit, ensure all required connections (including battery connected, if included), are made and
covers replaced before turning on the mains supply. Ensure that all the connections made are secure. If any maintenance work e.g.
installing a new battery, is required ensure that the unit is isolated from the mains supply before removing the cover. Never leave the
unit unattended if the cover has been removed and the mains supply is connected.
5. Do not exceed unit ratings as shown on the ratings label.
6. It is advisable to route mains cables away from low voltage or sensor cables.
7. The mains power should be connected to an external circuit breaker or switch, this should be: in close proximity to the equipmentand
with easy reach of an operator, and marked as the disconnection for the equipment.
8. WARNING: Always isolate power supply before opening the device.
9. WARNING: The use of the device in a manner not specified by the manufacturer may alter its safety qualifications.
(i)
THX Unit
Note: For viewing comfort, the unit should be positioned at eye level. The ambient temperature of the unit is (0°C to +40°C). It is always good practice to keep
electronic equipment away from cold, heat and electrical plant, as extremes of temperature may reduce the lifetime of the device, and heavy electrical loads,
switches, relays or contactors too close to the device may cause electrical and electro-magnetic interference when switched on or off.
(ii)
Sensors
The THX may be used with a variety of sensors of different cable lengths. If required, sensors are available with extended cable lengths or
alternatively, sensor extenders are available also in a variety of lengths. If the sensors need to be extended, but factory-made extenders are
not available, they can be extended using a suitable 3 or 4 core cable, according to the diagram shown below
WHITE
RED
GROUND
BLUE
SENSE
GREEN
COMPENSATE
Please note however, that as with all PT100 sensor applications, a good connection is vital. It is therefore recommended that wherever there
is any doubt, a factory extended sensor or sensor extender should be used.
(iii) Alarm Relay
Note: The alarm relays are 2 contact arrangements which are isolated (volt-free). These relays may be used to trigger an external bell, warning lamp or digital
communicator (telephone dialler).
Max rating of Alarm relays is 5A @ 240 VAC.
The alarm relay is software configurable to accommodate normally open or normally closed operation, as described below.
Normally Closed Operation – This is the default mode.
Normally Open Operation – In this mode, the relay outputs will break contact (open circuit) in the event of an alarm and make contact (closed
circuit) in the event of power failure.
If the external device is used, connect the alarm as appropriate, according to the diagram opposite.
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(iv) Power Connections and Wiring Diagram
Note: This device should be properly earthed. Flexible wires simplify connection to the terminals. All connections should be secure and adequately tightened.
It is good practice to keep mains cables away from sensor cables and other low voltage signal cables.
Connect the supply to the unit, as per diagram below, using the appropriate input voltage according to the application.
(v)
Battery
The battery supplied is a 3.7V Lithium-polymer rechargeable battery and is plugged in but switched OFF. This should be switched ON after
installation. See picture below. This battery is not essential for the system operation, but is used in the case of power failure, thereby
continuing to log the 12 sensor inputs for approximately 6 hours.
The system parameters will remain intact, in the event of a power failure, however all interface options (Ethernet, screen, keypad options,
USB etc. will not function as normal)
It is recommended that the battery is changed every 24 months, in order to maintain good power failure backup operation. When replacing,
ensure that the type of rechargeable battery used is as specified.
(3.7V Lithium-polymer rechargeable battery)
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WALL MOUNT
PANEL MOUNT (required panel mount kit)
1. Drill four holes in the wall, according to the template and insert
the wall plugs
1. Cut a hole in the panel with the described dimensions,
(see page 7)
2. Remove the Front Lid by unscrewing two screws
2. Remove the Front Lid unscrewing two screws
3. Disconnect the modules
3. Disconnect the modules
4. Separate the front cover by unscrewing two screws
4. Separate the front cover by unscrewing two screws
5. Remove the required knock outs from Back Box for the cables
to pass through (always separate front cover before removing
the knock outs)
5. Remove the required knock outs from Back Box for the cables
to pass through (always separate front cover before removing
the knock outs). Ethernet cable can be passed through the hole
which is under the label on the front cover (see picture below)
6. Insert the cable glands
7. Screw in the Back Box to the wall
8. Pass the cables through the glands
9. Mount the Front Cover on the Back Box
10. Insert the modules
11. Connect the power supply cable and sensors
12. Tighten the cable glands
13. Mount the front lid
6. Attach the Panel Mount Seal, ensure that it is on the right position
7. Insert the Back Box into the panel cut out
8. Attach the four Panel Mount Fixing Clips (supplied), to the four
studs at either side of the unit, (see page 7).
9. Tighten the four Panel Mount Fixing Screws
10. Insert the cable glands
11. Pass the cables through the glands
12. Mount the Front Cover on the Back Box
13. Insert the modules
14. Connect the power supply cable and sensors
15. Tighten the cable glands
16. Mount the front lid
WARNING: TO PROTECT THE MAINS SUPPLY LEAD FROM ABRASION AND SHARP BENDS AT THE POINT WHERE
THE LEAD ENTERS THE DEVICE, ONE OF THE TWO FOLLOWING METHODS MUST BE EMPLOYED:
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An inlet or insulating liner with a smooth rounded opening
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A cord guard made from an insulating material should be firmly
attached to the device. The insulating material should extend
beyond the inlet by at least five times the overall diameter of
the cord with the largeste cross-sectional area that can be
used to supply the device. Where the conductors are
connected inside the device, the cord anchorage will relieve
the conductors of the cord from excessive strain, this includes
twisting. The anchorage must also protect the insulation of
conductors from abrasion. The protective earth conductor
must be the last suffer from any strain in the event the cord
should slip in its anchorage. The anchorage must provide relief
from a pull force of 30 Newton and a twisting or torque force
of 0.10 Newton metres. Cord anchorage shall meet the
following requirements.
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A screw that comes into direct contact with the cord will not
be used to clamp down the cord.
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The cords will not have any knots tied in it.
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It will not be possible to push the cord into the device to such
an extent that it will cause a hazard.
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Should the cord insulation fail in an anchorage that has metal
parts, none of the exposed conductive material of the device
will become live.
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A compression bushing will not be used as cord anchorage
unless it is capable of accommodating all sizes and types of
mains supply cord that meet the requirements in point (2) and
are suitable for connection tot he terminals of the device, or
the bushing has been designed to terminate a screened
mains supply cord.
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The cord achorage will be designed in such a way that cord
replacement does not cause a hazard and it will be clear how
strain relief is provided.
Installation
296mm
Area required to be cut out for panel mount
169mm
50mm
Panel mount fixing clip
177mm
50mm
Panel mount
fixing screw
168mm
Panel mount
fixing screw
168mm
Right side view
Panel mount fixing clip
Panel mount fixing clip
177mm
Left side view
Panel mount
fixing screw
Panel mount
fixing screw
Panel mount fixing clip
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In order to fully understand the operation of the unit, this section should be read carefully.
(i)
Graphic LCD Display
Displays all the information. The contrast is adjustable to suit the user. (Refer to section 6.2)
(ii)
Function Keys
The six keys are used to navigate through the unit’s menus, allowing for easy access to the THX many options and settings.
The four arrow keys select an option in the displayed menu, the ESC key select the menu and the OK key returns to the previous menu.
A menu I.D. is displayed at the top of each screen to indicate to the user which particular menu is being addressed.
(iii) Indicators
1.0 SUMMARY SCREENS
These screens allow the user to view all the data logged by the unit for each channel, e.g. Sensor Summary, Door Summary, Alarm
Summary, and Daily Max/Min Temperatures.
1.1 Sensor Summary
From the Main Menu screen, press
OK
key twice to reveal the Sensor Summary Screen.
This screen displays the current temperature/humidity readings of each of the connected channels and indicates if that channel
is in alarm or not.
The
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key will return the user to the previous menu option.
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1.2 Door Summary
From the Main Screen, press the
OK
key, followed by the
▼ key to select
Door Summary in the menu. Confirm selection using the OK key to reveal the Door Summary Screen.
This screen displays the status of each of the 12 digitals inputs, indicating whether it is OPEN, CLOSED or OFF. (Default status is OFF)
1.3 Alarm Summary
From the Main Screen, press the
OK
key, followed by the ▼ key to select
Alarm Summary in the menu. Confirm selection using the OK key to reveal the Alarm Summary Screen.
These screens display the High and Low Alarm Limit settings for
each channel and also display the current temperature/humidity
readings. The sensor’s status is also displayed, i.e., in alarm or ok.
alarm limit or alarm threshold has been reached
no alarms
Pressing the ▼ key will reveal information for channels 5 to 8,
and pressing once more, reveals information for channels 9 to 12.
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1.4 Daily Max/Min Readings
From the Main Screen, press the
Confirm selection using the
OK
OK
key, followed by the ▼ key to select Daily Max/Min in the menu.
key to reveal the Daily Max/Min Screen.
This function enables the user to view the minimum and maximum
Temperatures that have been recorded on each channel over the
past 24 hours.
alarm limit or alarm threshold has been reached
no alarms
2.0 CHANNEL VIEW
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to select Channel View from the main menu.
Confirm using the
OK
key to reveal the Channel View screen.
The user can view any of the channels from 1 to 12 using the ▲ and ▼ keys.
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The clock is displayed in 24-hour format.
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The temperature bar graph displays the current temperature of the selected channel.
The high and low alarm limits are shown as shaded areas.
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Any channel can be set up to read either temperature or humidity by choosing the sensor type, as per Section 4.4 of this manual.
TEMPERATURE or REL HUMIDITY will be displayed as per above illustration and the values will be displayed as either °C or % rH
(relative humidity).
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The current temperature/humidity for the selected channel is displayed digitally along with the daily maximum and minimum temperature,
which are reset at midnight.
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3.0 ALARM SETTINGS
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to select Alarms Settings from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the
OK
key to reveal the Alarms Selection screen.
From this screen, the user can select to view the alarm information on any of the channels from 1 to 12, using the ▲ and ▼ keys
and pressing the OK key to confirm.
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Bar Graph Scale
By pressing the ▲ or ▼ key, the bar graph display scale may be adjusted to show temperature/humidity range best suited to the
particular installation.
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High Alarm Stage 1 Temperature (-99°C to +150°C)/Humidity (0%rH to 100%rH)
The Stage 1 Alarm is a time/temperature related alarm. If the maximum threshold is exceeded,
a timer is initiated, and no further action is taken at this time.
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High Alarm Stage Delay (1-99 min.)
After the maximum threshold has been exceeded, the alarm will not be triggered until the timer
exceeds the time delay set here. If the temperature drops below the threshold before the expiry
of this delay, the timer is reset. If following this, the temperature rises above the threshold again,
the timer restarts from zero.
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High Alarm Limit Stage 2 temperature (-99°C to +150°C/Humidity (0%rH to 100%rH)
If at any time this limit is exceeded, the time delays will be overridden and the alarm will
trigger immediately.
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Low Alarm
All the functions described for the high alarm also apply to the low alarm.
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4.0 SETTINGS
4.1 Set Clock
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to select Settings from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the OK key to reveal the Settings Menu. Select Set Clock from the menu and press the OK key to confirm.
The Set Clock screen allows the user to change the time and date settings of the unit.
To change any of these, press the
or
▼
▲
The highlighted parameter is adjusted by pressing the ▲ or ▼ key. The parameters are Year, Month, Day, Hour and Minutes.
key. Press the OK key to confirm the changes and back to the previous screen.
4.2 Alarm Mute Setup
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to select Settings from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the OK key to reveal the Settings Menu.
Select Alarm Mute Setup from the menu and press the OK key to confirm.
In order to change the alarm mute period for any channel, move to the required channel by using the
or
▼
▲
The Alarm Mute Period for all channels ranges from 0 to 95 minutes. If any key is pressed during an alarm situation for a channel,
the buzzer will be muted for this period. The default alarm mute period is 5 minutes.
key
to increase the alarm mute period, press the ▲ key. To decrease, press ▼ key.
If a channel is switched off, the alarm parameters will automatically revert back to the default factory settings to prevent an alarm
occurrence. These parameters cannot be changed until the sensor input is switched on again.
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4.3 Channel On/Off
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to select Settings from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the OK key to reveal the Settings Menu. Select Channel On/Off from the menu and press the OK key to confirm.
Each sensor channel can be switched on or off. By default, all channels are on. If a new module in inserted the default mode for the new
channels will be on. When the sensor input is switched on, the actual reading will be monitored every 15 minutes (default sample period).
If the sensor input is switched off, the unit will display OFF.
To switch channel off, press the ▼ key. To switch the channel back on, press the
▼
key.
4.4 Sensor Type
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to select Settings from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the OK key to reveal the Settings Menu. Select Sensor Type from the menu and press the
OK
key to confirm.
The 12 sensors inputs can be configured to read either Temperature or Relative Humidity. As a factory default, all 12 sensor inputs are
configured to accept temperature sensors.
To change the sensor input configuration to Humidity, press the ▼ key. To change it back to Temperature, press the ▲ key.
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4.5 Door On/Off
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to select Settings from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the OK key to reveal the Settings Menu. Select Door On/Off from the menu and press the OK key to confirm.
The status of 12 doors can be configured to be switched ON or OFF. As a factory default, all 12 doors are switched OFF.
To switch a door off, press the ▼ key. To switch a door back on, press the ▲ key.
4.6 Door Setup
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to select Settings from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the
OK
key to reveal the Settings Menu.
Scroll down using the ▼ key to the second page of the menu, select Door Setup from the menu and press OK key to confirm.
The Door Setup is purely for display/graphing purposes only.
It allows the user to associate any channel with any number of
digital inputs, e.g., doors.
To set which door inputs are associated with each channel use the
and
▼
▲
The user can select any channel from screen 4.6 using ▼ and ▲ keys and pressing the OK key to confirm.
the ▲ key to select and the ▼ key to deselect.
Indicates that the digital input is associated with the selected channel.
Indicates that the digital input is not associated with selected channel.
Indicates that the status of the door is OFF.
Note The user cannot set the door input association if a door is turned off (see 4.5)
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keys to select a door input and use
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4.7 Relay Setup
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to select Settings from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the OK key to reveal the Settings Menu. Scroll down using the ▼ key to the second page of the menu,
select Relay Setup from the menu and press the OK key to confirm.
This feature allows the user to associate any channel with a number
of relay outputs, e.g., alarm relays. If channel 1 goes into fault
mode, each alarm associated with channel 1 will be triggered.
To set which channel is associated with each relay use the
and
▼
▲
The user can select any channel from screen 4.7 using ▼ and ▲ keys and pressing the
OK
key to confirm.
keys to select a channel and use the ▲ key to select
and the ▼ key to deselect.
Note: Every channel can be configured to work with each relay.
4.8 Relay Normally Closed/Normally Open
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to select Settings from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the
OK
key to reveal the Settings Menu. Scroll down using the ▼ key to the second page of the menu,
select Relay N/C – N/O from the menu and press the OK key to confirm.
The default state of each relay is set to normally closed (N/C). The user can change the setting of individual relays to be N/O or N/C.
N/C Normally Closed Operation. This is the default mode. The relay outputs will make contact in the event of an alarm or power failure.
N/O Normally Open Operation. In this mode, the relay outputs will break contact (open circuit) in the event of an alarm and make contact
(closed circuit) in the event of power failure.
To change the setting of each relay to normally closed, press the ▲ key.
To change the setting back to normally open, press the ▼ key.
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4.9 Calibration
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to select Settings from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the OK key to reveal the Settings Menu. Scroll down using the ▼ key to the second page of the menu,
select Calibration from the menu and press the OK key to confirm.
To enter the Calibration Trimming screen, press and hold the ▲ key for 8 seconds.
Calibration trimming allows qualified personnel to adjust the Sensor Measurement by ±3°C / ±3%rH. A known reference value
should be used.
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▼
▲
Use the
keys to move to the channel that requires calibration trimming. Then use the ▼ or ▲ key to adjust the current
temperature reading to the reference value read at the input.
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4.10 Network
From the Main Screen, press the
▼ key to select Settings from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the OK key to reveal the Settings Menu. Scroll down using the ▼ key to the second page of the menu,
select Network from the menu and press the
OK
key to confirm.
To set Automatic Network Configuration, use the
▼
Please enter your network details or choose DHCP for Automatic Network Configuration.
key to select DHCP and use the OK key to select or deselect this option.
Indicates that the DHCP is OFF.
Indicates that the DHCP is ON.
Select
and use the OK key to save the settings.
Note Contact your network administrator for assistance
5.0 PLOT
5.1 Current Day
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to select Plot from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the OK key to reveal the Plot Menu. Select Current Day from the menu and press the OK key to confirm.
This screen displays the plot of the temperature / humidity readings
logged for the current day.
The user can select any channel from screen 5.1, using the ▼
The user can read sample information using the
and
▼
▲
and ▲ keys and pressing the OK key to confirm.
keys.
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5.2 History
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to select Plot from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the OK key to reveal the Plot Menu. Select History from the menu and press the OK key to confirm.
1
Select the channel to be displayed using the ▼ and ▲ keys
OK
and press the
2
key to confirm.
Select the year, month and day using the ▼ and ▲ keys
and press the OK key to confirm.
▲
History functions that are available from this screen are as follows:
By pressing the
be displayed.
key, the values of the previous day will
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By pressing the
key, the unit will increment through
the values, according to the sample period. At the end of
each day, the next day logged in the databank will be displayed.
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By pressing the OK key, several new options become available
to the user, these are detailed below.
▼
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Return to the Main Menu, by selecting MAIN MENU
from the pop-up menu and pressing the OK key
Go to the select day screen, by selecting SELECT DAY
Use the
▼
▲
from the pop-up menu and pressing the OK key.
keys to select the date and press
the OK key to confirm.
Display the door information by selecting SHOW DOOR
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▼
View the information of any door by using the
▲
from the pop-up menu and pressing the OK key to confirm.
keys.
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6.0 SERVICE
6.1 Test
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to scroll down to the second page of the menu. Select Service from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the OK key to reveal the Service menu.
Press the OK key when the TEST menu is selected, the THX internal audible alarm will ‘sound’ and all LED indicators will illuminate.
6.2 Contrast
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to scroll down to the second page of the menu. Select Service from the main menu.
▼
Use the
▲
Confirm selection using the OK key to reveal the Service menu. Select Contrast from the menu and press the OK key to confirm.
keys to adjust the contrast.
6.3 Keypad
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to scroll down to the second page of the menu. Select Service from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the OK key to reveal the Service menu. Select Keypad from the menu and press the
OK
key to confirm.
To lock, press the ▲ key.
To unlock, press the ▼ key.
When the keypad is locked, the THX enters into a security mode, which renders the unit ‘tamper-proof’.
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6.4 Relay
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to scroll down to the second page of the menu. Select Service from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the
OK
key to reveal the Service menu. Select Relay from the menu and press the
OK
key to confirm.
This screen displays the current status of the three alarm relays.
To change the relay status, select AUTO and press the OK key to switch off the AUTO mode, press the
to switch the relay ON or OFF.
▼
The menu allows the user to test the functionality of the relay manually. The default mode is auto.
key, then use the OK key
Indicates that the relay is on AUTO mode
Indicates that the relay is on Manual mode
Indicates that the relay is ON
Indicates that the relay is OFF
7.0 LANGUAGE SELECT
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to scroll down to the second page of the menu. Select Language Select from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the
OK
key.
The language used by the THX to communicate the information may be selected here, i.e., English, German or French.
Use the ▼ or ▲ key to select the required language and then confirm the selection using the OK key.
✔ indicates the language that is currently selected.
Press the ESC key to exit.
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8.0 SAMPLE PERIOD
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to scroll down to the second page of the menu. Select Sample Period from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the OK key.
Choose channel and press the
using the
OK
OK
key. Use the ▼ or ▲ key to select the required sample period and then confirm the selection
key.
✔ indicates the sample period that is currently selected.
Press the ESC key to exit.
9.0 UNIT INFORMATION
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to scroll down to the second page of the menu. Select Unit Information from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the
OK
key.
This screen displays information about the unit, including the name, identification number (electronic serial number), MAC address, software
version number and module information.
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10.0 DIAGNOSTICS
10.1 Databank
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to scroll down to the second page of the menu. Select Sample Period from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the
OK
key to reveal the Diagnostics Menu. Select Databank from the menu and press the
OK
key to confirm.
Select the channel using the ▼ and ▲ keys and press
the OK key to confirm.
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The DAYS USED window shows the used capacity of the
internal databank.
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The DAYS FREE window shows the number of days which
have not yet been used.
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The PERC FREE window shows the percentage of the databank
which has not been used.
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The LAST ALRM window shows the last date on which an alarm condition occurred.
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The TRANSF ON window shows the date on which the contents of internal databank
need to be transferred.
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The MAINS FL window shows the last date on which the power failed. During a power
fail situation, this window will display the duration in minutes of the power failure
10.2 Channel
From the Main Screen, press the ▼ key to scroll down to the second page of the menu. Select Sample Period from the main menu.
Confirm selection using the OK key to reveal the Diagnostics Menu. Select Channel from the menu and press the OK key to confirm.
OK
Select the channel using the ▼ and ▲ keys and press the
key to confirm.
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The CHANNEL window shows the number of the currently selected channel.
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The MODULE window shows the number of the currently selected module.
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The INPUT TYPE window shows which type of sensor is being used.
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The CALIB DATA window shows calibration values, for factory use only.
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The LAST CALIB window shows the date when the THX was calibrated.
•
The ALARM HI window shows the date when the last high alarm condition
occurred for this channel.
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The ALARM LO window shows the date when the last alarm condition occurred for this channel.
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USB
THX data logger can transfer data to/from a USB memory stick. The user can download the logged data and the unit settings to any USB
memory device in FAT 32 format.
The USB memory key can also be used to load new unit settings; this is useful, for example, for importing the settings from a previously
configured unit.
To enter to the USB menu, connect the USB stick to USB port when the Sensor Summary Screen is displayed.
1. Download Data
From the USB Menu screen, press OK key to reveal the Download Data Screen.
Use the ▼ or ▲ key to select the required channel and
then confirm the selection using the OK
key.
Choose the sample period from the pop-up menu using
the ▼ or ▲ key and then confirm the selection using the OK key.
OK
Choose another channel or select OK and confirm using the
key.
The download bar will appear indicate the downloading progress.
Do not remove the memory stick until the progress bar disappears.
The data is saved to a file in ‘.csv’ format, compatible with Microsoft® Excel.
The file name is automatically generated by the Data Logger.
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USB
2. Download Setup
From the Main Screen, press the OK key, followed by the ▼ key to select Download Setup in the menu and then confirm selection
OK
using the
key to start download the settings. Do not remove the memory stick until the progress bar disappears.
The data is saved to a file in ‘setup.txt’ format. The file content is readable by the THX Datalogger units only.
3. Upload Setup
From the Main Screen, press the
OK
key, followed by the ▼ key to select Upload Setup in the menu and then confirm selection
OK
using the
key to start upload previously downloaded settings from the memory stick. Do not remove the memory stick until the
progress bar disappears.
4. Service
For use only by authorised personnel and trained installers.
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Web Server
To connect with unit’s embedded Web Server, connect unit to the network (switch, hub, router etc.) using Ethernet CAT-5 cable or directly to
the network adapter on your computer, configure network settings (see page 4.10) and open a web browser - Windows Internet Explorer
(version 8.0 or higher) or Firefox. Input the unit’s IP address (default -192.168.0.2), see section 4.10.
Note Contact your network administrator for assistance
Network connection
Direct connection
Enter the username and password (as provided below).
Default username and password:
User: user
Password: password
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Web Server
1. Live Data
Live data screen displays the current temperature/humidity readings of each of the connected channels and indicates if that channel is in
alarm or not. The status of each of the 12 digitals inputs is also displayed, indicating whether it is OPEN, CLOSED or OFF.
To change the language, click on the suitable flag as outlined below.
2. Status
This screen displays the current Firmware, ID and battery status.
The memory status of each channel is represented in Days used and Days free.
Users can erase data from each channel by pressing
and confirm.
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button and confirm or erase all data by pressing
Web Server
3. Setup
Setup screen display settings for each channel and allows user to edit them.
Choose the channel for which you want to change the settings
•
enter channel name, max 20 characters,
no special characters allowed
•
switch channel ON or OFF
•
choose the sensor type
•
choose the sample period
•
set the High Alarm thresholds
•
set the Low Alarm thresholds
•
associate door with chosen channel
•
associate Alarm relay with chosen channel
To save the changes click the
and edit them:
button.
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Web Server
4. User
User screen allow user to change the username and password and to restore factory settings.
To change the password enter old username and password, then enter new username and password, confirm password and click
the
button.
To restore factory setting click the
button and confirm.
5. Time
Time screen allows user to change the unit time.
To change the date and time use the
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,
and click on the
button to save the changes.
Web Server
6. Graph
Graph screen allow user to generate multiple channel graph.
To generate the graph, set the date
the
, choose the channels
and click on
button.
User can set the graph scale using
To print graph click
buttons.
button.
7. Network
Network screen display network setting for the unit and allow user to change them.
Please enter your network details or choose DHCP for Automatic Network Configuration.
To set Automatic Network Configuration, click on the
and click the
button to save.
Indicates that the DHCP is OFF.
Indicates that the DHCP is ON.
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Web Server
8. Download
Specification
ELECTRICAL
SENSORS:
Supply Voltage:
110-240V AC 50-60 HZ single phase
Max Input Power: 24VA
Fuses:
1A 20mm Slow Blow Glass Fuse
Relay Output:
Alarm: 5A changeover 2 pin isolated
– (volt free contacts)
Ambient Temperature:
0°C to +40°C
Type:
SX™ PT 100 Platinum Film
Compensation:
3 wire compensated
Cable Length:
A variety of lengths are available
from 5m to 50m
Battery:
3.7V Lithium polymer 1000mAh
type AE503562P6H with built in
protection circuit
MECHANICAL:
Dimensions:
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width:
height:
depth:
weight:
sensor:
300mm
180mm
100mm
1.4kg
(each) 0.13kg
ACCESSORIES:
•
4 – Channel Module
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Sensor (5m Cable)
•
Sensor (15m Cable)
Box Material:
Plastic
•
Sensor (25m Cable)
Display:
Large LCD with backlight
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Sensor Extender 10m
•
Sensor Extender 20m
•
Sensor Extender 50m
•
Humidity Sensor
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Wall Bracket for Humidity Sensor
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WALL MOUNT TEMPLATE
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Kingspan Environmental
180 Gilford Road, Portadown, Co. Armagh,
Northern Ireland BT63 5LF
Sales Support Office: +44 (0) 28 3836 4444
Email: info@thermomax-refrigeration.com
www.thermomax-refrigeration.com
Part of
In keeping with Company policy of continuing research and development and in
order to offer our clients the most advanced products, Kingspan Environmental
reserves the right to alter specifications and drawings without prior notice.
Issue No. 2: February 2013
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