061349_Dbl KS3660 GB.indd

061349_Dbl KS3660 GB.indd
Point recorder
KS 3660
Fast print-out of 6 channels
Universal inputs, i. e. any combination of voltage,
thermocouples, Pt 100, logic signals
Simple, interactive operation and configuration
Alpha-numeric print-out of measured values and messages
Options:
Mathematic functions,
Ethernet-interface, RS 422 A, interface, remote control
PROFILE
The KS 3660 is a compact point
recorder with a recording width of
100 mm for 6 channels. The inputs are
freely configurable, which means that
all conventional signals such as DC
voltage/current, thermocouples,
resistance thermometers and logic
signal can be connected without
changes in hardware.
Apart from the analog record, a numeric
print-out of date, time, measured value,
TAG no., engineering unit, scale values,
chart speed, alarms, calculated values,
etc. is possible.
The high reliability of the recorder is
ensured by special contactless
techniques, e.g. a stepping motor and
a solid-state scanner. An alphanumeric
display provides good readability.
In addition, the measured values
are displayed as an analog bargraph.
Configuration and parameter setting is
done inter-actively and is therefore very
simple. The KS 3660 can be used for
monitoring or for quality-control
purposes in numerous application
areas, e.g. for process temperatures
and pressures, environmental measurements, production supervision. or
furnace monitoring. Similarly, it can be
used in medical diagnostics, in aircon
applications, etc.
TECHNICAL DATA
INPUT
Measuring interval:
1 s / 2,5 s for 6 channels
Integration time of A/D converter
20 ms (50 Hz) or 16,7 ms (60 Hz)
Signal types
Direct voltage: from 20 mV to 20 V
Thermocouples: Types R, S, B, K, E, J, T,
N, W, L, U
Resistance thermometer: Pt 100
Logic signals: contact or DC voltage.
TTL level
Direct current: with 50 Ω shunt across
input terminals
Max. permissible input voltage
For ranges up to 200 mV and for thermocouple input:
DC ±10 V (continuous).
For 2 volt ranges: DC ±60 V (continuous).
Temperature compensation for
thermocouple measurement
Built-in or external, configurable per
channel.
Error of temperature compensation
Types R, S, B, W: ≤ ± 1 K
Types K, J, E, T, N, L, U: ≤ ± 0,5 K
Thermocouple break monitoring
ON/OFF configurable per channel,
upscale or downscale configurable
(valid for all channels).
Normal: < 2 kΩ, Break: > 10 MΩ.
Sensing current: approx. 100 nA.
Filter
For damping the input signal, ON/OFF
configurable per channel.
When ON: mean-value generation from
2 to 16 measurements.
Calculation
Difference measurement
Between any two channels. The
number of the reference channel must
always be lower than the number of the
measurement channel. Possible with
DC voltage, thermocouple and Pt100
inputs.
Both channels must be configured for
the same range.
Linear scaling
Possible with DC voltage, thermocouple
and Pt100 inputs.
Scaling limits: -20.000 to 30.000
Decimal point: configurable by user.
Engineering unit: configurable, up to 6
characters (alphanumeric and special).
Square rooting
Possible with DC voltage input.
Scaling limits: – 20.000 to 30.000
Decimal point: configurable by user.
Engineering unit: configurable, up to 6
characters (alphanumeric and special).
Recording speed
6 channels in 10 seconds, AUTO/FIX
configurable.
AUTO: The recording speed is matched
automatically to the chart speed.
FIX: Recording is done at the fastest
speed possible.
Measuring ranges and error limits
Chart paper
Folded chart, 16 m long
Effective recording width: 100 mm
Chart speed
Configurable 1 to 1500 mm/h, in steps
of 1 mm.
Chart speed switch-over
2 speeds can be configured, switchover
by means of external contact. The
“remote control” option is necessary.
Chart speed error
≤ ± 0,1% with recordings > 1000 mm
(does not include stretching or
shrinking of the chart).
Measurement error
The values in the table apply for a
recorder used under the following
Standard conditions:
Temperature 23 °C ± 2 °C, relative
humidity 55% ± 10%, supply voltage AC
90 to 132 V, or 180 to 264 V,
frequency 50/60 Hz ± 1%, warm-up
time at least 30 minutes.
Other conditions. e.g. vibration should
not have a negative effect on recorder
operation.
INPUT CONDlTlONS
lnput resistance
> 10 MΩ (thermocouples and DC
voltage up to 2 V)
Approx. 1 MΩ (6 V and 20 V ranges).
Source resistance
Thermocouples and DC voltage: ≤ 2 kΩ.
Resistance thermometer: ≤ 10 Ω per
lead.The 3 lead resistances rnust be
equal.
Quiescent input current
< 10 nA, (except when burn out is
specified)
Max. common mode interference
AC 250 Vrms (50/60 Hz)
Common mode suppression
120 dB (50/60 Hz ± 0,1%)
Series mode suppression
40 dB (50/60 Hz ± 0,1%)
lnsulation resistance
Between each terminal and ground:
> 20 MΩ, measured with AC 500V
Test voltages
Mains input against ground:
AC 1500 V (50/60 Hz), 1 minute.
Switching outputs against ground:
AC 1 500 V (50/60 Hz), 1 minute.
Measuring inputs against ground:
AC 1000 V (50/60 Hz), 1 minute.
Between input channels: AC 1000 V
(50/60 Hz), 1 minute, (except with
Pt100, where ,,b“ terminals are interconnected)
RECORDING AND PRINT-OUT
Recording method
6 color wire dot
Recording colours
Channel 1: purple, channel 2: red,
channel 3: green, channel 4: blue,
channel 5: brown, channel 6: black.
Recording error
For trend recording: ≤ ± 0,3% of span
Resolution: 0,1 mm
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Recording format
a) Analog record
Zone recording:
Zone width ≥ 5 mm, configurable in
steps of 1 mm.
Range expansion (zoom of partial span):
Limit positions: 1 to 99%
Limit values: within the recording range
6) Numeric print-out
Alarms:
On the right-hand edge of the chart,
type of alarm and time (h/min) are
printed. Alarm print-out can be made
when alarm occurs and when it disappears, or only when it occurs, or
suppressed completely (selected
configuration valid for all channels).
Periodic print-out:
On the left-hand edge of the chart, date
(month/day), time (h/min), chart speed
and measured value are printed for
each channel.
Printing interval INT/EXT is configurable
INT: Uses the internal timer. Depends
on chart speed or the configured
interval (up to 24 hours).
EXT: Triggered by external contact. The
„remote control“ option is necessary.
Print-out of channel number or TAG
number: 6 characters configurable for
each channel.
Print-out of measured value:
ON/OFF configurable for every channel.
Print-out of scaling:
ON/OFF configurable, valid for all
channels.
With ON and recording zone >50 mm.
the values are printed at 0% and
1 OO%. For measurements with range
expansion, the limit value is also
printed.
Print-out of messages:
Via operating keys or external contacts.
The „remote control“ option is
necessary. Up to 5 messages possible.
Contents: Time and message (up to 16
characters).
Start of print-out:
ON/OFF configurable.
With ON, the starting time is also
printed.
Print-out of chart speed:
ON/OFF configurable.
With ON, the time of chart speed
switch-over is printed.
Listing:
Prints a list of all ranges, alarm settings,
etc.
Manual print-out:
Via operating keys or an external
contact, the latest measured values are
printed (analog recording is interrupted).
The „remote control“ option is
necessary.
SET-UP listing:
This prints a list of all settings configured
during SET-UP.
DISPLAY AND OPERATION
Display type
Vacuum-fluorescent display with 101x16
dot matrix
Languages: english/german/french
Digital display
AUTO: Cyclic display of each channel
(channel number, type of alarm,
measured value, engineering unit).
MAN: Permanent display of a selected
channel (channel number, type of
alarm, measured value, engineering
unit).
DATE: Displayed as year/month/day.
TIME: Display of time (h/min/s).
VIEW: Display of operating status.
Bargraph display
Measured values: reference point configurable at left (0%) or at center (50%)
for each channel.
Alarm: Segment of alarm set-point
blinks on alarm.
Other displays
RCD: recording in progress.
POC: pen-offset compensation ON.
SET: set-up mode.
ALM: common alarm (not referred to a
particular channel).
Alarm status: on alarm, the channel
number is displayed.
CHT: chart end
BAT: back-up battery low, replacement
necessary.
Disabling the operating keys
With password.
Keys which are to remain in operation
can be defined by configuration.
ALARMS
Number of limit values
Up to 4 per channel
Type of alarm
MIN/MAX alarm (L/H)
MIN/MAX difference alarm (dL/dH)
MIN/MAX gradient alarm (RL/RH)
The reference time of the gradient
alarm is configurable (1 to 15
measurement intervals).
Alarm display
Limit values are highlighted as a line in
the bargraph, which blinks on alarm.
Hysteresis
0.0 to 1.0% (0.1% step) of recording
span (only High, Low alarm, common for
all channels and all levels).
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Display when ALARM ACK key is
pressed
HOLD not active:
Pressing the ALARM ACK key has no
effect on display.
HOLD active:
On alarm, the display starts to blink.
When the ALARM ACK key is pressed,
the alarm status is displayed
(continuously lit or off).
POWER SUPPLY
Nominal voltage
AC 100 V or 240 V, recorder adjusts
automatically.
Permissible tolerances:
90 . . . 132 V and 180 . . . 264 V
Option 24 V DC
21,6 . . . 26,4 V DC
max. power consumtion 50 VA
Mains frequency
50 or 60 Hz, ± 2%, switchover not
necessary
Power consumption
Max. 40 VA
Back-up battery for memory
Lithium battery fitted in recorder to
secure the adjusted parameters. Useful
life approx. 10 years. Low battery is
displayed at recorder front.
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ENVIRONMENTAL CONDlTlONS
Operating temperature: 0. . .50 h C
Relative humidity: 20. . .80%
(in the range 5 . . . 40 h C)
Vibration: 10 to 60 Hz, ≤ 0,02 g
Shock: not allowed
Magnetic field strength
< 400 A/m (DC and AC, 50/60 Hz)
Electromagnetic compatibility
To EN 61326.
Permissible interference levels
Common mode interference
Voltage input: the peak value must be
less than 1,2 x of measuring Span.
Thermocouples: the peakvalue must
be less than 1,2 x the thermovoltage.
Resistance thermometer: < 50 mV
Series mode interference
< AC 250 Vrms (50/60 Hz) for all ranges
INFLUENCING FACTORS
Temperature effect
(with a change of 10 °C)
Display: ≤ ± 0,1% of display ± 1 digit
Recording: ≤ ± 0,2% of recording span
OPTIONS
Power supply effect
Operating voltage AC 90 . . . 132 V or
180 . . . 264 V
Display: < ± 0,1% of display ± 1 digit
Recording: like digital display
Alarm relays
2 alarm relays
4 alarm relays
6 alarm relays (not possible in
combination with remote inputs).
Effect of magnetic fields
AC (50/60 Hz) or DC field of 400 AT/m:
Display: ± 0,1% of display + 10 digit
Recording: < ± 0,5% of recording span
Effect of source resistance
For a change of 1 kΩ:
DC voltage
Ranges < 200 mV: < ± 10 μV
Ranges > 2 V: < ± 0,1% of display
Thermocouples
< ± 10 μV (< ± 100 μV, if TC
monitoring has been configured)
Resistance thermometer
Effect of 10 Ω per lead (the three lead
resistance must be equal):
Display: < ± 0,1% od display + 1 digit
Recording: < ± 0,1% of recording span
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Switching outputs
One potential-free switchover contact
per relay.
Contact rating: DC 250 V; 0,1 A or
AC 250 V; 3 A
Normally-open or normally-closed
operation configurable.
Additional functions
Logic connection of outputs (AND/OR).
Alarm acknowledgement enable/
disable (key ALARM ACK)
RS 422A interface
Via this interface, data can be transmitted
to a host computer.
Transmission principle: Asynchronous.
4-wire, half-duplex
Transmission speed: 1200 to 38400
bits/s
Word length: 7 or 8 bits
Stop bit: 1
Parity: uneven, even, or none
Lead length: max. 1,2 km
KS3660
Ethernet lnterface
Electrical and mechanical specifications:
Conforms to IEEE 802.3
Transmission media: 10 Base-T
Protocol: TCP, IP, UDP, ICMP, ARP
Internal fault and chart end detection
A fault in the CPU and the end of the
recording chart are signalled by
separate relays.
Output: potential-free switchover
contact
Contact rating: DC 250 V; 0,1 A
AC 250 V; 3 A,
Not possible in combination with 6 alarm
relays
Non-glare Door Glass
Provides non-reflective glass in the front
door.
Mathematical functions
One input channel is used for the
calculations.
Available functions:
Basic operations +, –, x, :
SQR square rooting
ABS absolute value
LOG logarithm to base 10
EXP exponent
Comparing operations: <, >, =, =⁄
Logic combinations: AND, OR,
XOR, NOT, (only possible between two
channels).
Constants: K01 to K30
Example of configuration:
03 = (01 + 02) :K01; K01 = 2
Channels 1 and 2 are added and then
divided by the value 2. The result is
output on channel 3.
Statistical calculations:
MAX: maximum value
MIN: minimum value
AVE: average value
SUM: sum
A record of the statistical values is only
possible as a numeric print-out. For the
recording interval, See „Recording
format“.
Remote operation
Five of the following remote functions
can be configured. Control is by means
of external contacts.
– Start/Stop of recording
– Switchover to 2nd chart speed
– Start of message printing (max.
5 messages)
– Start of manual print-out
– TLOG Start/Reset (only in combination
with mathematics
– Start of periodic print-out
– alarm aknowledge
GENERAL
Housing
Material: sheet steel
Door frame: die-cast aluminium, dark-grey
finish
Mode of protection
Terminals: IP 20
Front: IP 54 to DIN 40 050
Mounting method
In panel cut-out
Panel thickness: 2 . . . 26 mm
Mounting position
Forward incline: 0 degrees
Backward incline: rnax. 30 degrees
Error of internal clock
100 ppm
Safety and EMC standards
CSA
CSA22.2 No.61010-1 (NRTL/C*) installation category II, measurement category
II pollution degree 2
* For marking that includes NRTL, a mark
with “US” (USA) printed on the right
side of the CSA mark, and “C” (Canada)
printed on the left side appears on this
instrument.
CE
EMC directive:
EN61326 compliance (Emission: Class A,
Immunity: Annex A)
EN61000-3-2 compliant
EN61000-3-3 compliant
EN55011 compliant, Class A Group 1
Low voltage directive:
EN61010-1 compliant, installation
category II
measurement category II, pollution
degree 2
C-Tick
AS/NZS CISPR11 compliant, Class A
Group 1
Warm-up time
Ready for operation approx. 30 minutes
after switch-on.
Weight: 2,1 . . . 2,4 kg
Accessories:
1 ribbon cassette colour
1 chart folded
2 fixing sundries
1 operating instructions
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Order number
KS3660
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Channel
6 channel DOT printer
6
Interface
no communication interface
0
serial Interface RS485
1
ethernet interface
2
Alarm output
no alarms
0
2 alarms
1
4 alarms
2
6 alarms
3
fail / chart end detection
4
2 alarms and fail /chart end detection
5
4 alarms and fail / chart end detection
6
Option 1
no further options
0
math option
1
remote input interface
2
math option and remote input interface
3
Option 2
no further options
0
expansion of the inputs to special TC and RTD
1
expansion of the inputs to CU10 / Cu25 inputs
2
expansion of the inputs to special TC, RTD, Cu10 and Cu25
3
portable version
portable version + expansion of the inputs to special TC
and RTD
portable version + expansion of the inputs to CU10 / Cu25
inputs
portable version + expansion of the inputs to special TC,
RTD, Cu10 and Cu25
Option 3
4
5
6
7
no further options
0
non glare door glass
1
24 VDC power supply
2
calibration correction
3
non glare door glass + 24 Volt
4
non glare door glass + 24 Volt + calibration correction
5
non glare door glass + calibration correction
6
24 VDC power supply + calibration correction
7
PMA
Deutschland
Prozess- und Maschinen-Automation
GmbH
Prozess- und
Maschinen- Automation GmbH
P.O. Box 31 02 29
P.O. Box 31 02 29
D-34058 Kassel
D-34058 Kassel
Tel.: +49 - 561- 505 1307 Tel.: +49 - 561- 505 1307
Fax: +49 - 561- 505 1710 Fax: +49 - 561- 505 1710
e-mail: mailbox@pma-online.de
E-mail: mailbox@pma-online.de
Internet: http://www.pma-online.de
Internet: http://www.pma-online.de
Österreich
Your local representative:
PMA Prozess- und Maschinen-Automation GmbH
Zweigniederlassung Österreich
Triester Str. 64, A-1100 Wien
Tel.: +43 - 1- 60101- 1865
Fax: +43 - 1- 60101- 1911
E-mail: pma.wien@nextra.at
Internet: http://www.pma-online.de
Printed in Germany - Edition 11/2006 - Data subject to alteration without notice - 9498 737 53813
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