Vaisala Indigo 201 Analog Output Transmitter Quick Guide

Vaisala Indigo 201 Analog Output Transmitter Quick Guide
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Quick Guide
Indigo™ 201 Analog Output Transmitter
Indigo 201
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Indigo 201 Quick Guide..................................................................................... 3
Introduction to Indigo™ Transmitters.................................................................. 3
Indigo 201 Basic Features and Options.........................................................3
Input and Output Specification............................................................................4
Indigo Transmitter Parts........................................................................................5
Wiring Options....................................................................................................... 6
Mounting................................................................................................................. 7
Indigo 201 Transmitter Base................................................................................. 8
Attaching Probes and Cables............................................................................... 9
Connecting to Wireless Configuration Interface.............................................. 10
Logging in to Wireless Configuration Interface................................................. 11
Wireless Interface Menus..................................................................................... 12
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Indigo 201 Quick Guide
Introduction to Indigo™ Transmitters
Indigo 201
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 WLAN is activated
Figure 1 Indigo 201 With and Without Display, Wireless Interface Examples
Vaisala Indigo transmitters are a plug-and-play host device platform for Vaisala Indigocompatible probes. Indigo transmitters extend the feature set of connected probes with a
range of additional options for outputs, measurement viewing, status monitoring, and
configuration interface access.
Depending on the Indigo model, a display is available as an optional selection or as a
standard feature. In the non-display model, an LED indicator is used for notifications. The
configuration interface of Indigo transmitters is a browser-based wireless UI that requires a
mobile device or computer that supports wireless connectivity (IEEE 802.11 b/g/n WLAN).
Indigo 201 Basic Features and Options
• All Vaisala Indigo-compatible probes can be connected to all Indigo transmitter models
• Plug-and-play probe installation: when unconfigured, Indigo automatically adapts the
analog output configuration of the connected Indigo-compatible probe
• Wireless configuration interface: connect to the scalable browser-based UI of Indigo
201 to change probe and transmitter settings, view measurements and review probe
and transmitter status
• 3.5” TFT LCD color display or non-display model with LED indicator
• Power supply input 15 ... 30 VDC (20 ... 22 VAC)
• 3 current (mA) or voltage (V) analog outputs
• 2 configurable relays
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Input and Output Specif ication
Table 1 Input and Output
Property
Specification
Analog outputs
3 voltage (V) or current (mA) outputs:
• 0 … 10 V / 0 … 5 V / 0 … 1 V / 1 … 5 V (min. load
1kΩ)
• 0 … 20 mA / 4 … 20 mA (max. load 500 Ω)
Relays
2 configurable relays (VAC/VDC)
Device maximum specification (resistive load):
• Max. switching power 30 W / 37.5 VA
UL-rated maximum specification (resistive load):
• AC: max. 28 V / 0.5 A
• DC: max. 40 V / 0.24 A
• Up to 30 VDC:
• max. switching current 1 A
• max. switching power 30 W
Power supply input 1)
Range 15 ... 30 VDC (20 ... 22 VAC)
Maximum current
Transmitter and connected probe max. 1 A
Power consumption
Transmitter max. 3 W (+ connected probe, varies
depending on probe type)
Probe connector
M12/5 connector for probe or probe cable connection
(Vaisala Indigo-compatible probes)
Cable feed throughs
2 options: rubber lead-through on the bottom of the
transmitter, and opening with a seal at the back of the
transmitter
Screw terminal wire size
0.2 mm2 ... 1.5 mm2
1)
Using a power supply with overload protection is recommended for electrical safety.
CAUTION! Do not modify the unit or use it in ways not described in the documentation.
Improper modification may lead to safety hazards, equipment damage, failure to
perform according to specification, or decreased equipment lifetime.
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Indigo Transmitter Parts
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Figure 2 Indigo Transmitter Parts
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Display (optional)
LED indicator (in non-display model)
Probe and probe cable connector, locking wheel
Wireless (WLAN) configuration interface activation button
Rubber lead-through with strain relief for input/output cable
Top cover of the transmitter: LED/display, circuit board and connector pins
Transmitter base: input and output wiring (screw terminals), mounting base
CAUTION! Only use Vaisala Indigo-compatible probes with the transmitter. Attempting
to connect incompatible probes or probe cables can damage the equipment.
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Wiring Options
You can wire an input/output cable either through the opening on the back of the
transmitter, or through the rubber lead-through on the bottom of the transmitter.
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Ø 7-8 mm
Figure 3 Indigo Wiring Options
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Wiring from the back: cut the seal open
Wiring through the rubber lead-through on the bottom of the transmitter
1. To wire the input/output cable through the back of the transmitter:
a. Cut off as much of the seal as is needed to fit your cable through the opening.
b. Lead the cable through the opening and attach a strain relief as needed.
c. If you wire only through the back, plug or seal the lead-through on the bottom.
2. To wire the input/output cable through the rubber lead-through on the bottom:
a. Push the input/output cable through the lead-through.
b. The lead-through provides strain relief and holds the cable in place. Tightening is not
required.
The recommended cable diameter for wiring through the rubber lead-through is 7-8
mm. If you use a different cable size, test that the strain relief works as intended.
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Mounting
1. Open the 4 screws on the transmitter cover and pull the cover off the base.
CAUTION! To avoid damaging the connector pins of the transmitter, pull the
transmitter cover off the base in a straight angle. Do not twist or bend.
2. Place the transmitter base on the installation surface and mount it with 3 screws. See
the screw positions in Figure 4 (page 8).
3. Lead the input/output cable inside the transmitter (see Wiring Options (page 6)). If
you are wiring through the lead-through on the bottom of the transmitter, test that the
strain relief works with your cable.
4. Connect the input/output cable's wiring to the screw terminals (see Indigo 201
Transmitter Base (page 8)) and reattach the cover when done.
5. When you have f inished wiring and reattached the cover, switch on the power supply
input.
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Indigo 201 Transmitter Base
INDIGO 201 ANALOG
OUTPUT TRANSMITTER
Serial No. SX12345678
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Figure 4 Indigo 201 Transmitter Base Main Parts and Screw Positions
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Probe and probe cable connector inside the locking wheel
Wireless (WLAN) configuration interface activation button
Wiring from the back: cut open the seal
Rubber cable lead-through with strain relief
Screw terminals for analog outputs 1-3 and relays A and B
Screw terminals for power supply input
CAUTION! Do not energize the power supply before the wiring has been connected.
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Attaching Probes and Cables
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Figure 5 Attaching Probes and Cables to Indigo
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Insert probes into the probe connector with the orientation mark facing out.
Probes are locked in place with the locking wheel. Never turn from the probe body.
Connect probe cables in the same way as probes: insert the cable in the connector and
hold in place while turning the locking wheel.
1. Insert the probe into the probe connector with the orientation mark on the probe body
facing out.
2. Hold the probe in the probe connector and lock it in place by turning the locking wheel
counterclockwise. Do not turn the probe body when attaching, only the locking wheel
on the transmitter.
3. If no previous configuration exists (that is, this is the first time a probe is connected to
Indigo, and no configuration has been set manually), Indigo adapts the analog output
configuration of the connected Vaisala Indigo-compatible probe automatically.
If a configuration that differs from the attached probe's configuration exists in the
transmitter, you must configure the new probe manually to enable analog output.
For more information, see Indigo 201 User Guide.
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Connecting to Wireless Configuration
Interface
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Carbon dioxide concentration
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Select WLAN to connect to:
1. WLAN XYZ
2. Indigo_IDxx
3. WLAN ABC
WLAN on
Figure 6 Enabling and Accessing Indigo's Wireless Configuration Interface
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Wireless connection activation button
Wireless connection indicator (WLAN symbol) on the Indigo display
Choose Indigo (Indigo_ID[xx]) from your wireless device's list of available connections
To connect to the wireless configuration interface:
1. Press the wireless connection activation button on the bottom of the transmitter.
2. When the wireless configuration interface becomes available, the Indigo display shows
a connection notification. In the LED indicator model, the LED blinks green when the
connection is active.
3. Open the wireless connection menu in your mobile device or computer and select
Indigo_ID[xx] (transmitter-specific SSID) from the list of available connections.
4. Depending on your device, the wireless configuration interface either launches
automatically in your browser after you connect to Indigo, or you may need to start
your browser application manually.
5. To configure transmitter or probe settings, you must log in as an administrator. For
instructions, see Logging in to Wireless Configuration Interface (page 11).
Only one device can be connected to the wireless configuration interface at a time.
For an overview of the wireless configuration interface, see Wireless Interface
Menus (page 12).
For more information and troubleshooting instructions on accessing Indigo 201
wireless configuration interface, see Indigo 201 User Guide.
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Logging in to Wireless Configuration
Interface
When you open Indigo's wireless configuration interface in your browser, you are prompted
to log in. There are 2 available user levels:
• User: view-only access available for all users. Does not require a password.
• Admin: password-protected access. To change settings, you must log in as admin.
Figure 7 Indigo Login Screen (Mobile Device View)
To log in:
1. Enter the user name and password:
a. To log in as user (view-only access, no configuration rights), type user in the User
name field. Leave the Password field empty.
b. To log in as admin (required for configuration), type admin in the User name field
and the admin password (default: 12345) in the Password field.
2. Select Login after entering the login credentials. The wireless configuration interface
opens in the Measurements view.
The user level (user or admin) is shown in the upper right corner of all menu views.
Select the user/admin icon in the upper right corner to change the user level.
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Wireless Interface Menus
Indigo transmitters are configured using a wireless browser-based configuration interface
(requires a mobile device or computer with IEEE 802.11 b/g/n WLAN wireless connectivity).
In addition to probe and transmitter configuration and calibration, you can also use the
wireless interface to view measurement data and status information.
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Figure 8 Wireless Configuration Interface, Desktop Browser View
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Measurements: displays the measurement data of the connected probe
Status: contains information about the status of Indigo and the connected probe (for
example, notifications and alarms)
Calibration: calibrate and adjust probes using references. Available options (for
example, adjustment points) vary depending on the probe model.
Settings: contains options for configuring the connection and display settings, outputs,
relays, probe-specific settings, and general device preferences
• General submenu: device information and general settings, wireless connection
and display settings
• Outputs submenu: configuration options for analog outputs 1-3
• Relays submenu: settings for controlling relays A and B
• Probe submenu: probe-specific settings such as environmental compensations and
filtering factor, probe calibration PIN code entry
Main display area for menus and measurement information (desktop browser example)
www.vaisala.com
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