PenGUIn™ PG10 Specification Sheet

PenGUIn™ PG10 Specification Sheet
PenGUIn™ machine-HMI
PG10
MODEL
• Configured using GUIcon
software
• Up to 5 RS232/422/485
communication ports
(2 RS232 and 1 RS422/485
on-board, 1 RS232 and
1 RS422/485 on optional
communications card)
• 10 Base T/100 Base Ethernet
port to network units and host
web pages (2nd Ethernet port
optional)
• USB port to download the
unit’s configuration from a PC
or for data transfers to a PC
• Unit’s configuration is stored in
non-volatile memory (32 MB
flash)
• CompactFlash® socket to
increase memory capacity
• 10.4 inch TFT 32K VGA 640 x
480 pixel LCD or SVGA 800 x
600 LCD
• Outdoor unit with UV rated
overlay menus
• 8-button keypad for on-screen
menus
• Three front panelled indicators
• Power unit from 24V dc ±20%
supply
• Resistive analog touchscreen
10.4” Color Touchscreen
Specification Sheet
General Description
The PG10 Operator Interface Terminal combines unique capabilities
normally only expected from high-end units but at a very affordable
price. It is built around a high performance core with integrated
functionality. This core allows the PG10 to perform many of the normal
features of the Paradigm range of Operator Interfaces while improving
and adding new features.
The PG10 is able to communicate with many different types of hardware
using high-speed RS232/422/485 communications ports and Ethernet
10 Base T/100 Base-TX communications. In addition, the PG10 features
a USB port for fast downloads of configuration files and access to
trending and data logging. A CompactFlash socket is provided so that
Flash cards can be used to collect your trending and data logging
information as well as to store larger configuration files.
In addition to accessing and controlling external resources, the PG10
allows a user to easily view and enter information. Users can enter data
through the touchscreen or front panel 8-button keypad.
Contents of Package
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PG10 Operator Interface.
Panel Gasket.
This hardware bulletin.
Template for panel cutout.
Hardware fittings for mounting unit into panel.
Terminal block for connecting power.
For use in hazardous
locations:
Class 1, Divisions 2,
Groups A, B, C and D
43NH
PROCESS CONTROL EQUIPMENT
imagine communication without limitation
Specification
Environmental Conditions
Operating Temperature Range: 0 to 50°C
Storage Temperature Range:
–20 to 70°C
Operating & Storage Humidity: 80% maximum relative humidity (noncondensing) from 0 to 50°C
Vibration to IEC 68-2-6:
Operational 5 to 150Hz, in X, Y, Z
direction for 1.5 hours, 2g
Shock to IEC 68-2-27:
Operational 35g, 11 msec in 3 directions
Power Requirements
Must use NEC Class 2 or Limited Power Source (LPS) rated power supply.
Power connection via removable three position terminal block.
Supply Voltage:
+24V dc ±20% @ 30W
Note: The PG10’s circuit common is not connected to the enclosure of the unit.
See “Connecting to Earth Ground” in the section “Installing and Powering the PG10.”
Battery
Lithium coin cell CR2025:
Typical lifetime of 10 years
Display
Size:
Type:
Colors:
Pixels:
Brightness
Backlight type:
Backlight life*:
10.4 inch
TFT
32K
640 x 480
450 cd/m2
CCFL
50,000 HR TYP
Certifications and Compliances
Safety:
For safety summary see page 6
UL Listed, File #E340808, UL61010-1, ANSI/ISA 12.12.01-2007,
CAN/CSA 22.2 No. 61010.1, CSA 22.2 No. 213 and File #E340808,
UL61010-1, CSA 22.2 No. 61010-1
LISTED by Und. Lab. Inc. to U.S. and Canadian safety standards
Type 4X Indoor Enclosure rating (Face only), UL50
IECEE CB Scheme Test Report #E340808-A1-CB-3
Issued by Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
IEC 61010-1, EN 61010-1: Safety requirements for electrical equipment for
measurement, control, and laboratory use, Part 1.
*Lifetime at room temperature. Refer to “Display” in “Software/Unit
Operation”
IP66 Enclosure rating (Face only), IEC 529
Keypad
8 key:
For on-screen menus
Screen
Touchscreen:
Resistive analog
Memory
On board user memory:
Memory Card:
Communications
USB Port:
Electrical Compatibility
Emissions and Immunity to EN 61326: 2006: Electrical Equipment for
Measurement, Control and Laboratory use.
Immunity to Industrial Locations
Electrical discharge:
EN 61000-4-2
32 Mbyte of non-volatile Flash memory
CompactFlash Type II slot for Type I and
Type II CompactFlash cards
Adheres to USB 2.0 specification full speed
only via Type B connection
WARNING – DO NOT CONNECT OR DISCONNECT CABLES WHILE POWER IS
APPLIED UNLESS AREA IS KNOWN TO BE NON-HAZARDOUS. USB PORT IS
FOR SYSTEM SET-UP AND DIAGNOSTICS AND IS NOT INTENDED FOR
PERMANENT CONNECTION.
USB Host Ports:
Serial Ports:
PGM Port:
COMMS Ports:
DH485 TXEN:
Comply with Universal Serial Bus
Specification Rev 2.0. Supports data transfers
at full-speed. Hardware over-current
protected (0.5 A max per port)
Serial ports on the PG10 are individually
isolated. Format and Baud Rates for each
port are individually software programmable
up to 115,200 baud
RS232 port via RJ12
RS422/485 port via RJ45, and RS232 port
via RJ12
Transmit enable; open collector,
VOH = 15 VDC, VOL = 0.5 V @ 25 mA max
EN 61000-4-4
Surge:
EN 61000-4-5
RF conducted interference:
EN 61000-4-6
Power freq. magnetic field:
EN 61000-4-8
Emissions
Emissions:
EN 55011
Class A
Construction
Steel rear metal enclosure with NEMA 4X/IP66 aluminum front plate for
indoor use only when correctly fitted with the gasket provided. Installation
Category II, Pollution Degree 2.
Mounting Requirements
Panel thickness:
Dimensions in inches (mm)
2.45
(62)
Fast transients (burst):
Connections
Compression cage-clamp terminal block
Wire gage:
12-30 AWG copper wire
Torque:
5-7 inch-pounds (56-79 N-cm)
10 BASE-T / 100 BASE-TX
RJ45 jack is wired as an NIC (Network
Interface Card). The jack shield is electrically
connected to Earth ground
A secondary Ethernet port (with its own Mac
ID) is available as an option
12.83 (325.8)
EN 61000-4-3
Notes:
1. Criterion A: Normal operation within specified limits.
2. Criterion B: Temporary loss of performance from which the unit self-recovers.
Note: For additional information on the communications or signal common
and connections to earth ground please see the “Connecting to Earth
Ground” in the section “Installing and Powering the PG10.”
Ethernet Ports:
Electromagnetic RF fields:
Criterion A
4kV contact discharge
8kV air discharge
Criterion A
10V/m (80 MHz to 1 GHz)
3V/m (1.4 GHz to 2 GHz)
1V/m (2 GHz to 2.7 GHz)
Criterion B
2kV power
1kV signal
Criterion B
1kV L-L, 2kV L-G power
1kV signal
Criterion A
3kV/rms
Criterion A
30A/m
Mounting Stud Torque:
0.25" (6.3 mm) max
For NEMA 4X/IP66 sealing, a steel panel with
a minimum thickness of 0.125" (3.17 mm) is
recommended.
17 inch-pounds (1.92 N-m) max
Physical
Weight:
4.20 lbs (1.91 Kg)
11.25 (285.8)
PenGUIn
8.25
(209.4)
9.50
(241.3)
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PG10 Specification Sheet
Installing and Powering the PG10
Mounting Instructions
Power Supply Requirement
This operator interface is designed for through-panel mounting. A
panel cut-out diagram and a template are provided. Care should
be taken to remove any loose material from the mounting cut-out
to prevent such material falling into the operator interface during
installation. A gasket is provided to enable sealing to NEMA
4X/IP66 specification. Install the 14 kep nuts provided and tighten
evenly for uniform gasket compression.
The PG10 requires a 24V dc power supply rated at 30W. Your unit
may draw less than the rated power depending upon the options
being used. As additional features are used your unit will draw
increasing amounts of power. Items that could cause increases in
current are additional communications, optional communications
card, CompactFlash card, and other features programmed through
GUIcon.
Note: Tightening the kep nuts beyond a maximum of 17 inchpounds (1.92 N-m) may cause damage to the front panel.
In any case, it is very important that the power supply is mounted
correctly if the unit is to operate reliably. Please take care to
observe the following points:
12.25 (311.2)
— The power supply must be mounted close to the unit, with
usually not more than 6 feet (1.8 m) of cable between the
supply and the operator interface. Ideally, the shortest length
possible should be used.
14X Ø.188 (Ø4.8)
11.725 (297.8)
6.125
(155.6)
2.975 (75.6)
8.40
(213.4)
— The wire used to connect the operator interface’s power supply
should be at least 22-gage wire. If a longer cable run is used, a
heavier gage wire should be used. The routing of the cable
should be kept away from large contactors, inverters, and other
devices which may generate significant electrical noise.
8.925
(226.7)
All tolerances
±0.010" (±0.25 mm)
— A power supply with an NEC Class 2 or Limited Power Source
(LPS) and SELV rating is to be used. This type of power supply
provides isolation to accessible circuits from hazardous voltage
levels generated by a mains power supply due to single faults.
SELV is an acronym for “safety extra-low voltage.” Safety extralow voltage circuits shall exhibit voltages safe to touch both
under normal operating conditions and after a single fault; such
as a breakdown of a layer of basic insulation, or after the failure
of a single component has occurred.
ALL NON-INCENDIVE CIRCUITS MUST BE WIRED USING DIVISION 2
WIRING METHODS AS SPECIFIED IN THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL
CODE NFPA 70, FOR INSTALLATION WITHIN THE UNITED STATES,
OR AS SPECIFIED IN THE CANADIAN ELECTRICAL CODE FOR
INSTALLATION IN CANADA.
Connecting to Earth Ground
The protective conductor terminal is bonded to
conductive parts of the equipment for safety
purposes and must be connected to an external
protective earthing system.
WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD - DO NOT DISCONNECT
EQUIPMENT WHILE THE CIRCUIT IS LIVE OR UNLESS THE AREA IS
KNOWN TO BE FREE OF IGNITABLE CONCENTRATIONS.
Each PG10 has a chassis ground terminal on the back of the unit.
Your unit should be connected to earth ground terminal (protective
earth).
Power
Supply
_
24V dc +
USB Device
Programming
A
The chassis ground is not connected to the signal common of the
unit. Maintaining isolation between earth ground and signal
common is not required to operate your unit. Other equipment
connected to this unit may require isolation between signal
common and earth ground. To maintain isolation between signal
common and earth ground, care must be taken when connections
are made to the unit. For example; a power supply with isolation
between its signal common and earth ground must be used. Also,
plugging in a USB cable may connect the signal common and earth
ground.1
Isolated
RS485
Port A
Isolated
RS485 Port A
PGM Port
B
C
A
Isolated
RS485
Port B
Host B
D
A
Isolated
Ethernet
USB’s shield may be connected to earth ground at the host. USB’s
shield in turn may also be connected to the signal common.
1
A
E
Isolated
Auxiliary
Ethernet
F
Host A
Power Supply
Isolation
Block Diagram
Installing an Option Card
WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD - DO NOT DISCONNECT
EQUIPMENT UNLESS POWER HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED
AND THE AREA IS KNOWN TO BE NON-HAZARDOUS.
Each option card comes with a cable for communications and three
screws for attaching the option card to the PG10’s main board.
To install the option card, remove all power and I/O
communications cables from the unit and remove the rear cover.
Connect the cable from the option card to the connector on the
main board. Be sure both ends of the cable are firmly seated into
their appropriate connector housings. Use the three screws
provided to mount the option card to the main board.
Carefully replace the rear cover by reversing the instructions for
removing the rear cover.
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Typical expansion card installation
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PG10 Specification Sheet
Communicating with the PG10
Configuring a PG10
The PG10 is configured using GUIcon software. GUIcon is available
as a free download from the Eurotherm™ website. Updates to
GUIcon for new features and drivers are posted on the website as
they become available. By configuring the PG10 using the latest
version of GUIcon, you are assured that your unit has the most up
to date feature set. GUIcon software can configure the PG10
through the RS232 PGM port, USB port, or CompactFlash.
Protective
Earth Ground
PG10 Port Pin Outs
Comms Port
Power Connector
Common 1
RS485
24V± 20% 2
The USB port is connected using a standard USB cable with a Type
B connector. The driver needed to use the USB port will be
installed with GUIcon. If this driver has not been installed, it can be
downloaded from the website.
N/C 3
Ethernet (NIC)
Comms Port
The RS232 PGM port uses a programming cable made by
Eurotherm to connect to the DB9 COM port of your computer. If
you choose to make your own cable, use the “PG10 Port Pin Out
Diagram” for wiring information.
RS232
The CompactFlash card can be used to program a PG10 by placing
a configuration file and firmware on the CompactFlash card. The
card is then inserted into the target PG10 and powered. Refer to
the GUIcon literature for more information on the proper names
and locations of the files.
Ethernet (NIC)
RTS (Pin 6)
Tx
Comm
Comm
Rx
CTS (Pin 1)
PGM Port
RS232
Accessing the CompactFlash Card via USB Device Port
USB Type B
WARNING - DO NOT CONNECT OR DISCONNECT CABLES WHILE
POWER IS APPLIED UNLESS AREA IS KNOWN TO BE NONHAZARDOUS. USB PORT IS FOR SYSTEM SET-UP AND DIAGNOSTICS
AND IS NOT INTENDED FOR PERMANENT CONNECTION.
RTS (Pin 6)
Tx
Comm
Comm
Rx
CTS (Pin 1)
USB Host
1 2 3 4
In order to transfer data from the CompactFlash card via the USB
port, a driver must be installed on your computer. This driver is
automatically installed with GUIcon. Connect the PG10 to your PC
with a USB cable, and follow “Mounting the CompactFlash”
instructions in the GUIcon 1.0 user manual.
RS422/485 Comms Port
Ethernet Communications
The PG10 has one RS422/485 port. This port can be configured to
act as either RS422 or RS485.
Ethernet communications can be established at either 10 BASE-T or
100 BASE-TX. The PG10 unit’s RJ45 jack is wired as an NIC
(Network Interface Card). For example, when wiring to a hub or
switch use a straight-through cable, but when connecting to
another NIC use a crossover cable.
RS422/485 4-Wire Connections
7
TxB
1
RS485 2-Wire Connections
5V
7
130K
TxB
1
8
TxA
2
130K
5V
130K
The Ethernet connector contains two LEDs. A yellow LED in the
upper right, and a bi-color green/amber LED in the upper left. The
LEDs represent the following statuses:
LED Color
Yellow solid
Yellow flashing
Green
Amber
TxA (Pin 8)
TxB
Comm
TxEN
RxB
RxA
TxA
TxB (Pin 1)
TX
130K
Description
Link established
Data being transferred
10 BASE-T Communications
100 BASE-TX Communications
TX/RX
8
TxA
2
5 TxEN (OC)
5 TxEN (OC)
6 GND
5V
130K
RX
The GUIcon manual contains additional information on the
Ethernet communications.
130K
4 RxB
3 RxA
6 GND
RS232 Port
The PG10 has two individually isolated RS232 ports. There is the PGM
port and the COMMS port. Although only one of these ports can be
used for programming, both ports can be used for communications
with a PLC.
DH485 Communications
The PG6’s RS422/485 COMMS port can also be used for Allen
Bradley DH485 communications.
The RS232 PGM port can be used for either master or slave protocols
with any PG10 configuration.
WARNING: The standard DH485 is not campatible with Allen
Bradley equipment. A cable is available from Eurotherm.
PG10 RS232 to a PC Serial Port
PG10: RJ12
4
5
2
3
1
6
Name
COMM
Tx
Rx
N/C
COM
N/C
CTS
RTS
N/C
PC: DB9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Name
DCD
Rx
Tx
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI
PG10 to AB SLC 500 (CBLAB003) Connections
RJ45: PG10
1
2
3, 8
4, 7
5
6
4, 7
3, 8
4
Name
TxB
TxA
RxA
RxB
TxEN
COMM
TxB
TxA
RJ45: A-B
1
2
–
–
5
4
–
–
Name
A
B
24V
COMM
TxEN
SHIELD
COMM
24V
PG10 Specification Sheet
Software/Unit Operation
Battery and Time Keeping
GUIcon Software
GUIcon software is available as a free download from the
Eurotherm website. The latest version of the software is always
available from the website, and updating your copy is free.
WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD - THE AREA MUST BE KNOWN TO
BE NON-HAZARDOUS BEFORE SERVICING/ REPLACING THE UNIT
AND BEFORE INSTALLING OR REMOVING I/O WIRING AND BATTERY.
Display
WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD - DO NOT DISCONNECT
EQUIPMENT UNLESS POWER HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED
AND THE AREA IS KNOWN TO BE NON-HAZARDOUS.
This operator interface uses a liquid crystal display (LCD) for
displaying text and graphics. The PG10 display utilizes a cold
cathode fluorescent tube (CCFL) for lighting the display.
A battery is used to keep time when the unit is without power. Typical
accuracy of the PG10 time keeping is less than one minute per month
drift. The battery of a PG10 unit does not affect the unit’s memory, all
configurations and data is stored in non-volatile memory.
Display backlights have a limited lifetime. Backlight lifetime is
based upon the amount of time the display is turned on at full
intensity. Turning the backlight off when the display is not in use
can extend the lifetime of your backlight. This can be accomplished
through the GUIcon software when configuring your unit.
CAUTION: Risk of Electrical Shock The inverter board,
attached to the mounting plate, supplies the high voltage to
operate the backlight. Touching the inverter board may
result in injury to personnel.
Backlight Replacement
CCFL Backlight
The PG10 backlight is not field replaceable for hazardous
location applications. The unit must be returned to
Eurotherm for repair.
CAUTION: The circuit board contains static sensitive
components. Before handling the operator interface without
the rear cover attached; discharge static charges from your
body by touching a grounded bare metal object. Ideally,
handle the operator interface at a static controlled clean
workstation. Also, do not touch the surface areas of the
circuit board. Dirt, oil, or other contaminants may adversely
affect circuit operation.
The backlight assembly for the PG10 is field replaceable in nonhazardous locations only. Refer to the instructions included in the
appropriate backlight replacement kit.
Front Panel LEDs
To change the battery of a PG10, remove power cabling and then the
rear cover of the unit. To remove the cover, remove the five screws
designated by the arrows on the rear of the unit. Then, by lifting the
top side, hinge the cover, thus providing clearance for the connectors
on the bottom side of the PCB as shown in the illustration below.
Install in the reverse manner.
There are three front panel LEDs. Shown below is the default status
of the LEDs.
LED
Indicator
Red (Top, labelled “PWR”)
Flashing
Unit is in the boot loader, no valid configuration is
loaded.1
Steady
Unit is powered and running an application.
Yellow (Middle)
Off
No CompactFlash card is present.
Steady
Valid CompactFlash card present.
Flashing rapidly
CompactFlash card being checked.
Flickering
Unit is writing to the CompactFlash, either because
it is storing data, or because the PC connected via
the USB port has locked the drive.2
Flashing slowly
Incorrectly formatted CompactFlash card present.
Green (Bottom)
Flashing
A tag is in an alarm state.
Steady
Valid configuration is loaded and there are no
alarms present.
Remove the old battery* from the holder and replace with the new
battery. Replace the rear cover, cables, and re-apply power. Using
GUIcon or the unit’s keypad, enter the correct time and date.
* Please note that the old battery must be disposed of in a manner
that complies with your local waste regulations. Also, the battery must
not be disposed of in fire, or in a manner whereby it may be damaged
and its contents come into contact with human skin.
The battery used by the PG10 is a lithium type CR2025.
WARNING- EXPLOSION HAZARD - BATTERIES MUST ONLY BE
CHANGED IN AN AREA KNOWN TO BE NON-HAZARDOUS.
1. The operator interface is shipped without a configuration. After
downloading a configuration, if the light remains in the flashing state
continuously, try cycling power. If the LED still continues to flash, try
downloading a configuration again.
Top
2. Do not turn off power to the unit while this light is flickering. The unit
writes data in two minute intervals. Later Microsoft operating systems will
not lock the drive unless they need to write data; Windows 98 may lock
the drive any time it is mounted, thereby interfering with logging. Refer
to “Mounting the CompactFlash” in the GUIcon User Manual.
Bottom
Touchscreen
This operator interface utilizes a resistive analog touchscreen for user
input. The unit will only produce an audible tone (beep) when a touch
on an active touchscreen cell is sensed. The touchscreen is fully
functional as soon as the operator interface is initialized, and can be
operated with gloved hands.
Battery
Keypad
The PG10 keypad consists of eight keys for on-screen menus.
Troubleshooting your PG10
If for any reason you have trouble operating, connecting, or simply
have questions concerning your new PG10, contact Eurotherm
technical support. For contact information, refer to the back page of
this Specification Sheet.
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PG10 Specification Sheet
Optional Features and Accessories
CompactFlash Socket
Optional Communications Card
CompactFlash socket is a Type II socket that can accept either Type
I or II cards. Use cards with a minimum of 4 Mbytes and a maximum
of 2 Gbytes with the PG10’s CompactFlash socket. Cards are
available at most computer and office supply retailers.
Eurotherm offers optional communication cards for fieldbus
communications. These communication cards will allow your PG10
to communicate with many of the popular fieldbus protocols.
CompactFlash can be used for configuration transfers, larger
configurations, data logging, and trending.
Eurotherm is also offering a communications card for additional
RS232 and RS422/485 communications. Visit the Eurotherm
website for information and availability of these cards.
Note
For reliable operation of this and other Eurotherm products,
one of the following brands of CompactFlash card must be used
• SimpleTech • SMART® Modular • SanDisk® • Silicon Systems •
Not all of the above manufacturers offer CompactFlash cards recognized
to UL standards, which may be required for your application.
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(T pac
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Note:
Do not remove or insert
the CompactFlash card
while power is applied.
Refer to “Front Panel LEDs.”
CompactFlashInsert Face Up
Information stored on a CompactFlash card by a PG10 can be read
by a card reader attached to a PC. This information is stored in IBM
(Windows®) PC compatible FAT16 file format.
Safety Summary
Ordering Information
Model No
PG10
PGX-N
PGX
CBL
Description
10.4" TFT Display Operator Interface (indoor),
USB Host, Isolated Comms
10.4" TFT Display Operator Interface (indoor),
Dual Ethernet, USB Host, Isolated Comms
1 GB CompactFlash Card1
2 GB CompactFlash Card1
RS 232/485 Optional Communication Card
CANopen Optional Communication Card
DeviceNet Optional Communication Card
Profibus DP Optional Communication Card
GSM/GPRS Modem Option Card2
GUIcon 1.03
RS-232 Programming Cable
USB Cable
Communications Cables4
Replacement Battery5
Protective Films
All safety related regulations, local codes and instructions that
appear in the manual or on equipment must be observed to ensure
personal safety and to prevent damage to either the instrument or
equipment connected to it. If equipment is used in a manner not
specified by the manufacturer, the protection provided by the
equipment may be impaired.
Part Number
PG10-S3E1VA
PG10-S3E2VA
PGX-N01
PGX-N02
PGX-RS
PGX-CAN
PGX-DNET
PGX-PBUS
PGX-GSM
Do not use the controller to directly command motors, valves, or
other actuators not equipped with safeguards. To do so can be
potentially harmful to persons or equipment in the event of a fault
to the controller.
The protective conductor terminal is bonded to
conductive parts of the equipment for safety
purposes and must be connected to an external
protective earthing system.
CBL01500
CBL01900
CBLxxxxx
PGX-BNL20000
PG10-FILM
WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD – SUBSTITUTION OF
COMPONENTS MAY IMPAIR SUITABILITY FOR CLASS 1, DIVISION 2
Notes:
1. Industrial grade two million write cycles.
2. Antenna (QANT0000) is NOT included with the card. Must be purchased
separately if needed.
3. Download for free from www.eurotherm.com
4. Contact your Eurotherm distributor or visit our website for complete
selection.
5. Battery type is lithium coin type CR2025.
Eurotherm:
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CAUTION: Risk Of Danger.
Read complete instructions prior to
installation and operation of the unit.
International sales and service
www.eurotherm.com
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UNITED KINGDOM Worthing
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Eurotherm Part No. HA030930 Issue 1 March 11
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PG10 Specification Sheet
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