SAUTER CASE Sensors Parameterising sensors

SAUTER CASE Sensors Parameterising sensors
CASE Sensors
SAUTER CASE Sensors
Version 2.2
Parameterising sensors
Manual
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Content
Content
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1Preface
1.1
Most important features
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2Introduction
2.1
Information on use
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3Overview
3.1
General configuration process
3.2
Program structure
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4 Safety warnings
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5Installation
5.1
System requirements
5.2
Scope of delivery
5.3
Software installation
5.3.1 Installation of SAUTER CASE Sensors
5.3.2 Installation of driver for interface converter
5.3.3 Check installation
5.3.4 Uninstalling the software
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6 Connection and configuration
6.1
Connect the interface converter
6.1.1 Connection with an EGP100
6.1.2 Connection to an SGU100
6.1.3 Connection to the EGQ181 and EGH681
6.1.4 Setting the COM port
6.2
Ending the configuration
6.3Extras
6.3.1 Select communication address
6.3.2Options
6.3.2.1Units
6.3.2.2
Language 6.3.2.3
Communication 21
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7 User interface
7.1
General structure of the user interface (example: SGU100)
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8Parameterisation
8.1
Starting the program
8.2
Start page
8.3
Export configuration
8.4
Import configuration
8.5
Print configuration
8.6
Network settings
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Configure device 8.8
Parameter settings
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8.8.1Overview
8.8.2 Project data
8.8.3Parameters
8.8.4 Device data
8.8.5Monitoring
8.9Diagrams
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9 Device-specific parameterisation
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Differential pressure transducer EGP100
9.1.1 Adjustable device parameters 9.1.2 Application examples
9.1.3 Service functions
9.2
Sash sensor SGU100
9.2.1 Adjustable device parameters
9.2.2 Application examples
9.2.3 Service functions
9.2.4 Status display
9.3
Room humidity and temperature sensor EGH681
9.3.1 Adjustable device parameters
9.3.2 Service functions
9.4
Air quality sensor (VOC) EGQ181
9.4.1 Adjustable device parameters
9.4.2 Service functions
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10Customer service
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11Rectifying problems
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List of abbreviations
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Index73
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Preface
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Preface
Congratulations on choosing Sauter software. SAUTER CASE Sensors Software
Version 2.2 is intended for use with the following SAUTER sensors/transducers:
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EGP100 differential pressure transducer
SGU100 sash sensor
EGQ181SF203 air quality sensor (VOC)
EGH681SF233 humidity and temperature transducer
These items are quality products from a leading manufacturer of technical control
equipment for heating, ventilation and air conditioning.
This manual describes the SAUTER CASE Sensors configuration software, which
was specifically developed for simple and cost-optimised parameterisation of the
sensors mentioned above. The SAUTER CASE Sensors software tool offers menu
guidance so that you can make all the settings required for this sensors to operate
perfectly. The most important parameters for input and output configuration are also
preset in the factory so that commissioning will be efficient. Special functions for
online monitoring and troubleshooting complete the functional scope.
1.1
Most important features
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Extremely simple parameterisation for complex applications
Configurable units for country-specific adaptation
Overview page for rapid entry of the most important parameters
Tree view for rapid navigation through the individual configuration pages
Export function for commissioning parameters
Service functions for speedy troubleshooting
Structured user guidance
Online monitoring of main operating parameters
Graphic presentation and documentation of measurement results in a .csv file
for analysis purposes
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Introduction
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Introduction
This manual takes you step by step through the individual functions of the SAUTER
CASE Sensors software. Installation of the software on your PC is described, as
well as the connection of the PC to a device via the RS485 interface. You will find
the accessories required for these purposes in the relevant product documentation
(PDS 32.02 and PDS 37.100) as well as in section 6 of this document.
You can find a general introduction to the topic of the demand-based ventilation
using volume flow control in chapter 10.
2.1
Information on use
In general, this manual gives no separate descriptions of the usual Microsoft
Windows functions such as TAB for navigating through menus, CTRL-C for 'copy'
or CTRL-V for 'paste', unless they can be used to carry out a special function.
Key combination ALT-↓ can be used to open up list boxes inside combo-boxes.
If functions can be performed with different sequences of commands, separate
descriptions are given in each case.
In some cases, the value for a parameter can be entered on different pages. In this
case, note that the values are automatically transferred into the other parameter
fields, so there is no need for multiple entries.
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Overview
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Overview
3.1
General configuration process
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Communication testn
(Select and test COM port no.
See 6.1.4
)
COM port test
successful?
YES
POINT-TO-POINT
CONNECTION
NO
Test points:
1. Physical connection to the device
2. Voltage supply to the device
3. Installation of driver interface converter
4. COM port number occupancy in the
Windows Device Manager
Connection type?
NETWORK CONNECTION
2
Network settings
Search network
All devices
located?
NO
YES
Address collision
Wrong wiring
Note the network address
of the device to be configured
Read off additional
information
Network and
voltage supply
pursuant to
wiring guidelines
2
Assign unique
network address
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Fig. 1
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Configuration flowchart
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Overview
3.2
Program structure
SAUTER CASE Sensors
- Start page
- I. Configure device
- Select device
- Device category, device, network address
- Parameter settings
- Overview
- Project data
- Parameters
- Device information
- Monitoring
- Status (SGU100 only)
- Drawings
- Upload from device
- Download to device
- Tools
- Manual operation (SGU100 only)
- Monitoring
- II. Network settings
- Scan network
- Get additional information (Read out the serial number and house address of the device if this information was entered previously)
- Change address
- File
- Create setup protocol
- Import configuration
- Export configuration
- Exit
- Tools
- Select device
- Options
- Units
- Language
- Communication
- Help
- Help SAUTER CASE Sensors
- About
- Exit
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Safety warnings
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Safety warnings
Never put a damaged transducer into operation. In case of doubt, please contact
your local Sauter Service. You can find the contact address for your nearest Sauter
representative in section 10 Customer Service or on the Internet at www.sautercontrols.com.
• The EGP100 must only be used for the specified purpose: measuring differential
pressure or air volume flow in the ventilation systems of air-conditioning plants.
• The SGU100 must only be used for its specified purpose: measuring the front
sash position on a laboratory fume cupboard.
• The EGH681SF233 may only be used for the specified purpose, measuring the
room temperature and the relative humidity for energy-efficient regulation of the
room climate.
• The EGQ181SF203 may only be used for the specified purpose, measuring the
air quality for energy-efficient regulation of the room climate.
• It is prohibited to measure explosive gases.
• This transducer is not approved for use in potentially explosive areas.
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Installation
5
Installation
5.1
System requirements
To operate the software, you need:
Hardware:
• Processor: Intel Pentium, 1.5 GHz or higher
• RAM: min. 1 GB
• Hard disk: min. 5 GB free memory
• DVD-ROM drive: for installing programs and drivers
• USB 2.0 connection: for interface converters
• Monitor resolution: min. 1024 × 768
Software:
• Framework: .Net Framework 4.0 or higher
• Database: Microsoft SQL Server Compact 3.5 Service Pack 2
• Supported operating systems:
• Windows XP Home Premium
• Windows 7 32 Bit and 64 Bit
• Windows 7 Starter
5.2
Scope of delivery
One DVD-ROM with SAUTER CASE Tools installation and configuration software,
including SAUTER CASE Sensors, CD-ROM with RS485-USB driver, .net 4.0
Framework, SQL Server Compact, manual and Adobe Acrobat Reader for reading
the manual.
To make the hardware connection between the transducer and the PC, you need
additional components which must be ordered separately as applicable.
Order number
Order text
0300360001
CASE Sensors incl. USB connection set
Tab. 1
5.3
Accessories for connecting to a PC
Software installation
NOTICE
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installation is complete.
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5.3.1 Installation of SAUTER CASE Sensors
NOTICE
Parallel installations are not supported.
SAUTER CASE Sensors offers you three installation options:
• Stand-alone installation via a zip file. The zip file is available for downloading
from the SAUTER Extranet, on the corresponding product pages, section
"Software".
• Installation via the SAUTER CASE Tools DVD-ROM.
• Installation via the SAUTER CASE Suite DVD-ROM.
General installation procedure
1. Start the installation wizard. Carry out one of the following two steps:
• If you want to run the installation from the SAUTER CASE Tools or SAUTER
CASE Suite DVD-ROM, please insert the DVD-ROM into the appropriate
drive. The installation wizard should start automatically. If not, locate your
DVD-ROM drive and double-click the program Setup.exe.
• If you want to run the installation via the zip file, first unzip the zip file and
then double-click the program Setup.exe.
Fig. 2
Setup.exe in the SAUTER CASE Sensors Tools DVD
2. Select the language in which SAUTER CASE Sensors is to be installed.
NOTICE
You can change the language at any time after installation using the menu item
Tools → Options in the SAUTER CASE Sensors software.
3. Read and accept the licence agreement and click Continue.
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4. You can select an installation directory for SAUTER CASE Sensors in the
next step. If you choose not to specify an installation directory SAUTER
CASE Sensors will be installed in the standard directory C:\Program\Files\
Sauter. Click Next.
5. This step only applies to installation via the SAUTER CASE Tools DVD-ROM:
Choose the tools that you want to install. You must select CASE Sensors as the
bare minimum. Click Next.
ÂÂ The installation program installs the software in the selected directory.
ÂÂ After successful installation, the message Installation successfully completed
appears.
6. Click Close to finish the installation procedure.
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5.3.2 Installation of driver for interface converter
The connection between the PC and the transducer is via the supplied USB-toRS485 interface. To address this via the PC, the interface converter must be set up
on the PC you are using. The drivers you need will be found on the CD-ROM (ADA,
USB driver software) supplied in the connection set.
NOTICE
The procedure for installing the drivers can be found in the enclosed instructions
ADA-I9140, USB-to-RS-485 / RS-422 converter). The language of the instruction
manual is English.
When installing the drivers, follow the instructions in the instruction manual and
if you have problems contact technical support. Contact data can be found in
Chapter 1 “General Information”.
Check the Device Manager as described in section 6.1.4 „Setting the COM port“ to
see whether the drivers were properly installed.
The initial installation of a new interface converter on a PC always requires the
installation of a new driver. We recommend that you always work with the same
interface converter to avoid having to reinstall drivers.
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5.3.3 Check installation
If the installation was successful, the SAUTER CASE Sensors configuration
software is now available and the icon for the SAUTER CASE Sensors software is
present on your desktop.
1. Double-click on the icon to launch the software.
ÂÂ Click on Start, Programs and select under CASE Tools the CASE Sensors
Program.
Fig. 3
GUI: SAUTER CASE Sensors start screen
If the start screen is not shown or if an error message appears, the installation was
probably faulty.
2. Uninstall the software; see section „5.3.4 Uninstalling the software“.
3. Install the software again as described in section „5.3.1 Installation of SAUTER
CASE Sensors“ . If your software installation is still unsuccessful, please
contact your local Sauter representative for further support. You will find this
representative in the 'Customer service' section.
4. After successfully installing the software, connect the necessary cable and
interface converter to your PC as described in section „6.1 Conect the interface
converter“.
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5.3.4 Uninstalling the software
It may be necessary to uninstall the SAUTER CASE Sensors software because:
• An error occurred during the installation;
• The SAUTER CASE Sensors software is not working correctly and the problem
could not be rectified;
• you have a more recent software version and uninstalling the old version is
recommended;
• you no longer need the SAUTER CASE Sensors configuration software and you
want to release hard disk storage.
To uninstall the SAUTER CASE Sensors software, perform these steps in order:
1. Remove the connected hardware components from your PC.
2. Close all programs that are running.
3. Select Start → Settings → Control Panel → Add or Remove Programs.
4. In the list of installed programs, find the entry for CASE Sensors and click on it.
ÂÂ In the advanced view, you will now see the 'Remove program' option.
ÂÂ After you select this option, the uninstall process will start to remove the
SAUTER CASE Sensors configuration software from your PC.
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Connection and configuration
6
Connection and configuration
Before you can configure a transducer supported by SAUTER CASE Sensors you
must first connect and configure the network accessories. Furthermore common
configuration parameters can be set.
6.1
Connect the interface converter
Select the appropriate cables for the connection to the PC and connect them.
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SGU100
Connection USB / RS 485 interface converter to PC
1 USB / RS 485 converter with galvanic disconnection. Connection to PC via USB
cable.
2 Universal adaptor to connect SAUTER sensors
3 230 VAC / 24 VDC external power supply unit with audio plug
4 Slot for EGH681 and EGQ181
5 Slot for EGP100, ASV, FCCP, drives and SGU100
6 Power cable for EGP100, ASV, FCCP, drives and SGU100
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6.1.1 Connection with an EGP100
A connection to an EGP100 is made via the SLC port on the circuit board using a
3-pin plug. This operating mode only supports a point-to-point connection with the
EGP100.
IP65
EN 60529
2
B12162
1
Fig. 5
Connection with an EGP100 via 3-pin plug connection
6.1.2 Connection to an SGU100
Connections to an SGU100 are made via terminals D+ and D- for the SLC bus
connection.
D+
D-
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3
2
-3
2
1
1
Fig. 6
Connection of SGU100 with clamp terminal
1 Connection at slot (5), fig. 4, of the universal adapter.
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Remote access via the 3-pin plug connection on the FCCP100F0x1 is also possible
in this operating mode.
Fig. 7
Connection with an SGU100 via 3-pin plug connection on the FCCP
6.1.3 Connection to the EGQ181 and EGH681
EGH681
EGQ181
2
1
Fig. 8
Plug-in connector for universal adapter
The connection to the EGQ181 and EGH681 is by means of slot (1) of the
universal adapter (2) supplied.
1. Insert the device in question to the slot (1) of the universal adapter (2).
 The device is connected to the universal adapter.
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6.1.4 Setting the COM port
To connect the transducer to the PC, you have to set the correct COM port. The
following procedure is recommended for this purpose:
1. Open the control panel using Start → Settings → Control panel.
2. Click on Control panel. Double-click on System. In the System properties
dialogue which opens now, select the Hardware tab and click on Device
Manager.
Fig. 9
Windows system setting
ÂÂ It will open the overview of all available devices on your PC. The connected
interface converter now appears under Ports (COM & LPT).
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Fig. 10 Windows device manager
3. Note down the number of the COM port shown (USB Serial Port) and then start
the SAUTER CASE Sensors tool.
4. In the menu bar under Tools, open the Options dialogue and select the
Communication tab.
5. Set the relevant COM port via the pull-down menu.
ÂÂ For example, COM ports nos. 1, 3 and 5 are available. However, this may vary
from one computer to another due to the individual configuration and hardware
equipment.
Fig. 11 Dialogue box: setting for COM port
6. Check the setting, as described in „6.1 Connect the interface converter“.
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7. Verify the communication of your connection. To do so, carry out one of the
following two steps:
• Verifying the communication of a point-to-point connection (only one device
is connected): in the Options dialogue box click Check.
ÂÂ SAUTER CASE Sensors tries to communicate with the device and verifies
that data can be sent and received. If communication with the device
is successful, the system will report back the device type and firmware
version.
• Verifying the communication of a network connection (a number of devices
are connected):
1. Click OK to close the Options dialogue box.
2. Click Configure device on the start page.
3. Select the device to be tested in the Select device dialogue box.
4. Select the option Communication address.
5. Enter the network address of the device that you want to verify.
6. Click Check
ÂÂ SAUTER CASE Sensors tries to communicate with the device and verifies
that data can be sent and received. If communication with the device
is successful, the system will report back the device type, the firmware
version and the communication address.
ÂÂ If correct communication could be established, the field Communication in the
status bar turns green.
8. Click OK to close the options dialogue box.
These system messages may appear:
Message
Meaning / action
Identification {} successful
All settings are OK and parameterisation can
proceed.
Identification {} with address {}
successful
Identification failed Error: Timeou- The connection settings are OK but no device could
tError on port COM {}
be found at the connection.
ff Please connect a device, check the COM port
settings, the type of connection (point to point
or network) or check the connection cables.
Identification failed Port Open Error on port COM {}
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1. Wrong COM port number selected.
ff Set the COM port number as described in
„6.1.4 Setting the COM port“.
2. The COM port of your computer could not be
addressed.
ff Another application is using the COM port
with the selected address. Check the addresses in the Device Manager and modify
the COM port if necessary.
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Message
Meaning / action
Identification failed CrCError for
communication address: {}.
1. The connection settings are OK, but two or more
devices are using the same connection address.
ff Check the addresses in the network settings
and adapt the device‘s connection addresses
so that no address is assigned twice.
2. The wrong connection type was selected when
verifying communication.
ff Verify communication as follows:
1. Click Configure device on the start page.
2. Select the device to be tested in the Select
device dialogue box.
3. Select one of the following options:
• Point to point connection (PP) option if
you have set up a point-to-point connection.
• Communication Address option if you
have set up a network and additionally
enter the network address of the device
you want to check.
4. Click Check
Identification failed TimeoutError
for communication address {}.
The connection settings are correct, however no
device corresponding to the selected address has
been found. Please check that this address exists:
1. Click on Network settings on the start page
2. Click on Scan network to find the devices connected to the network.
3. Note the communication address of the device to
configure
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6.2
Ending the configuration
Disconnect the transducer from the PC when parameterisation is complete. Make
sure you close the transducer's cover to reinstate IP protection.
IP65
1
EN 60529
B12163
2
B12164
Fig. 12 Separating the connection between EGP100 and PC (connection via 3-pin plug
connection)
Fig. 13 Separating the connection between SGU100 and PC (connection via terminal
block)
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Fig. 14 Separating the connection between SGU100 and PC (connection via 3-pin plug
connection on the FCCP)
EGH681
EGQ181
2
1
Fig. 15 Separating the connection between EGQ181SF203 and universal converter,
separating the connection between EGH681SF233 and universal converter
Pull the device (1) out of the slot of the universal converter (2).
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6.3
Extras
6.3.1 Select communication address
You can establish a connection to the device of your choice. This can be useful if
you want to:
• Read the parameters of a device located in the network
• Adopt parameters that are identical for all devices for each device
NOTICE
The network address that you have entered always refers to the device type
displayed in the information bar. To communicate with the network address of a
different device type, you must first enter the device type. To do so, click Configure
device on the start page.
Carry out the following steps in order to establish communication with a device:
1. Select the menu item Tools → Select Address
2. Select one of the following options:
• Select the Point to point connection (PP) option if you want to set up
connection to a device in a point-to-point scenario.
• Select the Individual address option and additionally enter the network
address of the device if you want to establish communication with a device in
a network.
3. Click on OK.
ÂÂ SAUTER CASE Sensors establishes communication with the selected network
address or device.
Fig. 16 Dialogue box: Select communication address
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6.3.2 Options
You can make country-specific adjustments and set the COM port via the menu
item Tools → Options.
6.3.2.1
Units
On the Units tab, you can adjust the units to be used by the software to your
personal circumstances.
Fig. 17
Dialogue box: Options → Units
The following options are available here.
Physical unit
Units
Length
mm, inch, ft
Cross-section
m2, inch2, ft2
Pressure
Pa, mpsi
Volume flow
m3/h, l/s, cfm, cim
Density
kg/m3, pci, pcf
Temperature
°C, °F, K
Relative humidity
% rh
Absolute humidity
g/kg
Enthalpy
kJ/kg
CO2
ppm
VOC
% IAQ
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Specified units
Adjustable and fixed units
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6.3.2.2
Language
The Language settings tab enables you to change the program language. You can
choose between English, French and German.
Fig. 18
6.3.2.3
Dialogue box: Options → Language
Communication
The Communication tab shows the available COM ports. Here you can enter the
COM port number that SAUTER CASE Sensors should use to communicate with
the devices and verify point-to-point communication. Set the COM port number as
described in „6.1.3 Setting the COM port“ .
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User interface
The program is designed so that simple and structured user guidance is ensured.
After starting the program, the Start page is called. This page is used to call up the
configuration items for Network settings and to enter the device configuration,
Configure device.
Fig. 20 GUI: SAUTER CASE Sensors start page
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User interface
7.1
General structure of the user interface (example: SGU100)
1
5
3
2
7
6
4
Fig. 21 GUI: User interface, SAUTER CASE Sensors
1
Menu bar
2
Navigation tree
3
Input mask
4
Information line
5
Navigation bar
6
Upload and download control
7
Service functions
The user interface is divided into different areas. Basically, these can be separated
into the information and navigation areas, and the areas for data entry.
Menu bar
Navigation tree
Input mask
Information line
Navigation bar
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The menu bar contains basic functions for parameter printing or application
configuration and to provide information about how the individual functions work.
The product documentation can also be accessed from the Help area.
The navigation tree shows all the pages that are available to configure the volumeflow compact controller in a clear form. Click on the relevant page to activate it.
The parameters for the transducer are entered via the input mask.
The information line and status bar provide the most important data about the
connected volume-flow compact controller in a clear form.
Navigation buttons in the navigation bar allow you to move between the Start page
and the area for device parameterisation.
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User interface
Upload and download
control
In this section you can read out the parameterisation data from the device (upload
from the device) or write them to the device (download to the device).
Service functions
Special functions such as sensor calibration, manual mode or online monitoring to
support commissioning are provided in the service area.
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Parameterisation
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Parameterisation
The following section gives a step-by-step description of the functions available
within the SAUTER CASE Sensors software to parameterise a transducer volumeflow compact controller. Before parameterisation, an transducer must first be
physically connected and configured as described in section 5.
8.1
Starting the program
1. Start the program from the Start menu Start → Programs → CASE Tools or
CASE Suite → CASE Sensors in order to start it.
 A Welcome screen appears briefly at first, and then the Start page is displayed.
8.2
Start page
The following functions are available for you to choose from the Start page.
Icon
Tab. 4
Function
Description
Device configuration
Click on the function to configure a device that is not
yet configured, or to change the configuration of a
parameterised device. Directly after the overview page
appears, you can select the Upload from device function to do this; the data stored in the device will then
be loaded. After selecting the function, the Parameter
settings – Overview page is shown.
Network settings
The Network settings can be used to read in a section
of the network automatically in order to determine
which devices are available in the network segment.
In the event of an address collision, it is possible to
configure the network addresses in the Network settings area.
Exit
Select this function to end the program.
Start Page functions
When the SAUTER CASE Sensors program is closed, all the data that was entered
are lost. If you want to save data for later configurations of other devices, you can
use a transducer by downloading all the data into it and then restoring this data for
use at a later stage in the program by uploading it.
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8.3
Export configuration
You can export and save the configuration of the transducer to a file to back up the
device configuration or to document the project. When you do so, you can choose
which configuration data you want to save (the default selection is all data):
• Project information
• Parameters
Carry out the following steps to export the data to a file:
1. Select File → Export configuration.
2. You can add a description of the export file in the Description and the Name
fields to enable unambiguous identification. The default name consists of the
device type.
3. Click Browse and select the directory where you want to save the file. Change
the file name if needed.
4. Click Details if you want to select individual data for export. The default setting is
to export all of the data in a file.
5. Click Export to export the selected data to a file.
8.4
Import configuration
The Import configuration function allows you to import the configuration from a file
into SAUTER CASE Sensors. This function can be useful for uploading or restoring
a previously-saved device configuration, for instance.
Note: To avoid conflicts between the device type and the configuration file selected
in CASE Sensors, it is advisable to import a configuration file from the home page.
Carry out the following steps to import a configuration into CASE Sensors: 1.
1. Select File → Import configuration.
2. Click Browse to locate the directory where the file is archived.
3. In the Select file table, select the line with the file that you want to import.
4. Click Details if you want to select individual data for import. The default setting is
to import all of the data in a file.
5. Click Import to import the selected data to CASE Sensors.
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Print configuration
This function is not available on the sensors EGH681SF233 and EGQ181SF203.
All configuration data can be printed to a file using the Print function: go to the File
menu Create set-up protocol. After calling up the function, you first see an input
dialogue where you can add a comment.
Fig. 22 Dialogue box: Print configuration
Confirm the dialogue with OK and the protocol is generated, with all the available
data. To store or continue processing the data, or to print them out later on, you are
offered a large number of different formats.
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8.6
Network settings
In the Network Settings function, the devices connected in the network are shown
and configured if necessary.
Fig. 23 GUI: Network settings
To configure connected devices, you must first click on the Scan network button to
start a search. To do so, carry out the following steps:
1. Select Network Settings on the start page.
2. Click Scan network.
ÂÂ The program then checks whether there are any devices in the network and
lists them in table form, after a timeout of 30 s. at most. During the search,
the searched address appears in the Current address field with the network
address of the device in the list.
3. Once all the devices in the network segment have been listed, you can terminate
the search by clicking Abort.
The following information is shown:
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Parameters
Description
Communication address
On delivery, every device has been given an individual network
address in the range from 1….200. This could be modified manually if necessary.
Change address
Click on the address shown to reconfigure it in the menu.
Collision
If two or more devices attempt to communicate on one address,
there will be an 'address collision'. This is shown by a red symbol.
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Parameters
Description
Device type
The device type is shown as per the labelling on the nameplate
House address
The house address is shown, if it is parameterised. The house
address is displayed after pressing the Get additional information
button.
Serial number
The serial number uniquely identifies a particular device. It is
issued by the factory. On clicking the Additional information button, it is read in via the network.
Tab. 5
Parameters for network configuration
If a device is explicitly selected, you can press the Change address button to call
up the Change communication address dialogue.
Fig. 24 Dialogue box: Change address
The following options are available:
• If only one device is connected, it is mandatory to select the Point to point
connection (PP) function. The volume-flow compact controller is then
addressed directly.
• If two or more devices are present in the network, the address of the desired
device must be selected via the Communication address function.
• If you know the device's serial number you can enter it into the field Serial
number. This enables you to differentiate between two devices with the same
address (collision) and to assign a new address to one of the two devices
without having to disconnect it from the network.
• The New address function allows manual assignment of a new network
address. This may be selected from the 1…200 range.
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8.7
Configure device
To configure a new device, please select the Configure device menu item. You can
then select the device you want to configure. To do so, first select the category and
then the device.
Allocation of devices to device categories and device descriptions:
Device category
Device
Differential pressure trans- EGP100F102/F112
ducer
Description
Measurement range: ±75 Pa
Characteristic curve: linear
EGP100F202/F212
Measurement range: ±150 Pa
Characteristic curve: linear
EGP100F302/F312
Measurement range: 0…150 Pa
Characteristic curve: linear or
square root
EGP100F402/F412
Measurement range: 0…300 Pa
Characteristic curve: linear or
square root
Sash sensor
SGU100F010/F011
Max. spring stroke:
F010: 0…1000 mm
F011: 0…2000 mm
Air quality sensor (VOC)
EGQ181SF203
Measurement range: 0...100 %
IAQ (indoor air quality)
Humidity and temperature
transducer
EGH681SF233
Measuring ranges:
Temperature 0...50 °C
Relative humidity 0...100% rh
Calculated variables:
Absolute humidity 0...50 g/kg
Dew point -5...30 °C
Enthalpy 0...100 kJ/kg
Tab. 6
NOTICE
Supported devices in SAUTER CASE Sensors V2.2
Make sure you select the correct device. An incorrect assignment can cause an
error message when downloading the parameters into the device, because the
software does not allow parameterisation of devices with values that do not match
the sensor's measuring range.
Fig. 25 Dialogue box: Device selection
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In the Communication address area, you can select the Point to point connection
(PP) or Individual address functions. The individual address can be determined in
the Network settings area. After setting the address, you can test communication
with the Check button.
If only one device is connected, the Point-to-point function must be selected.
If more than one device is present in the network, the PP connection function must
not be used. The valid address in each case must be set at Individual address so
that the desired device is addressed directly.
8.8
Parameter settings
Once you have selected a device you will see the Parameter settings page.
The available functions relating to Parameter settings are described in the
following sections. You can navigate through the various parameter setting options
using the navigation tree on the left. The service functions are located to the right of
the user interface.
8.8.1 Overview
The most important parameters for configuring the transducer are bundled together
and accessible in the Overview section.
All the parameters provided on this page can be reached on the respective detail
pages, via the navigation tree. However, they only need to be entered once.
The program automatically copies the parameters. For the same reason, these
parameters are also described twice in the manual, with more in-depth information
on the detail pages as necessary or appropriate.
8.8.2 Project data
You can enter the house address for unique transducer localisation and the date of
commissioning in the Project data section.
Parameters
Description
Plant device identification
Enter the transducer's plant device identification. You can enter
a maximum of 12 characters. This information is also recorded
in the Set-up protocol.
Commissioning date
Enter the date on which the plant was commissioned. The
date must have the format YYY/M/D. This information is also
recorded in the Set-up protocol.
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8.8.3 Parameters
In the Parameters section you can enter the parameter settings for the
measurement signal, the characteristic curve and the device's special functions.
The parameters available here are dependent on the transducer. You can find a
device-specific description of the available parameters in chapter „9 Device-specific
parameterisation“.
8.8.4 Device data
The transducer's identification details for support purposes are displayed in the
Device data section:
Parameters
Description
Device
EGQ181 / EGH681
Serial number
EGQ181 / EGP100 /
SDX100 / EGH681 /
SGU100 /
Production date
EGQ181 / EGP100 /
SDX100/ EGH681 /
SGU100
Plant calibration
EGQ181 / EGP100 /
SDX100/ EGH681 /
SGU100
Measuring range
EGP100 / SDX100
Firmware data EGP100 /
SDX100 / SGU100
Unique parts no. of device.
EGH681SF233 or EGQ181SF203
Unique device number, assigned during manufacture of the
volume-flow compact controller and used for tracing back to
production.
Tab. 8
Production date of the transducer.
Date and time an which the transducer was calibrated in the
factory.
Measurement range (fs) in Pa of the differential pressure transducers in use.
Factory code consisting of the device type and firmware version
Parameter device information
8.8.5 Monitoring
In the Monitoring area, the measured values are displayed graphically and
numerically. Before you start a visualisation, we recommend you read out the
device's current configuration via an upload.
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Fig. 26
Graphical and numerical display using the example of EGH681
To display the values in the area Current values and start a visualisation, click
Start monitoring in the right-hand column of the GUI in the Monitoring area.
You can display the measurement values for two transducers in parallel. To do
so, you must select a second transducer (sash sensor or differential pressure
transducer) by entering the network address and selecting the device type (F
variant). Simultaneous visualisation of two transducers allows you to collect
valuable information and correlations relating to the following processes during
commissioning:
• Duct pressure or volume flow control for supply and return air
• Fluctuations in room pressure in relation to fluctuating supply or return air
pressure
• Variations in room pressure and return air flow in a laboratory when opening or
closing a laboratory fume cupboard
To visualise a secondary device, select the option Visualize a second device in
the section Graph settings.
NOTICE
It is not possible to visualise two transducers for a point-to-point connection.
Adjust the settings for the visualisation display in the Graph settings section.
You can adjust the colour for the displayed parameters of a device under First
device. You can also define the parameter colours for a second controller if you
have selected the option Visualize a second device.
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You can adjust the time interval for recording measurement values under
Timing settings. The number of entries is limited to 32,000.
You can save the graphic data in a .csv file under Log settings and use the data
for further plant diagnosis purposes.
NOTICE
The Monitoring section has an additional sub-section named Status for SGU100
sensors. It is used to display operating, error and maintenance statuses for the
SGU100. Further information is available under „9.2.4 Status display“.
The following additional functions are also available for the visualisation display:
• Zoom-in/zoom-out: Left-click in the visualisation area and simultaneously scroll
with the mouse.
• Editing the visualisation: Right-click in the visualisation area. You have the
following options:
• Copy: Copy the visualisation to the clipboard.
• Save Image As: Save the current visualisation to a data carrier.
• Page Setup: Show the print settings for the visualisation.
• Print…: Print the visualisation (with prior selection of the target
printer).
• Show Point Value: Hover the mouse cursor over a curve to display
the measurement values.
• Un-Zoom: Zoom out one level.
• Undo all Zoom/Pan: Restore the original size of the visualisation and
scale after zooming.
• Set scale to default: Display recorded measurement values over the
entire recording period.
8.9
Diagrams
The Diagrams area is purely for information purposes and is intended to give onthe-spot support for installation or troubleshooting. The diagrams shown indicate
the control signal flow in the application and the assignment of cable connections
(Wiring diagram).
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Device-specific parameterisation
This section describes device-specific parameter settings and service functions
under Start page → Configure device.
9.1
Differential pressure transducer EGP100
9.1.1 Adjustable device parameters
You can set the measurement range and the analogue output for the EGP100.
Fig. 27 GUI: Parameters for an EGP100 with a symmetrical measurement range
Fig. 28 GUI: Parameters for an EGP100 with an asymmetrical measurement range
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Parameter settings in the Measurement section
Parameters
Description
Gain ∆P
Sets the amplification for measurement range adjustment. The
amplification ∆P value can be set from 1 to 3.
Formula:
Values for ∆Pmax sensor see Tab. 6.
Gain volume flow (only
for F3xx and higher)
Displays volume flow amplification.
Offset
Displays the sensor's zero point drift in Pa. Zero point drift is
only recalculated in the event of zero point balancing.
Damping
Measurement signals subject to significant fluctuation or electronic
interference can be attenuated using an adjustable damping
time constant.
Formula:
Setting range:
• 0.000 s
• 0.010 s
• 0.020 s
• 0.041 s
• 0.082 s
• 0.163 s
• 0.326 s
• 0.650 s
• 1.300 s
• 2.600 s
• 5.220 s
Increasing the time constant filters heavily fluctuating signals;
the measurement signal will, however, become more sluggish
in the event of pressure variations.
Tab. 9
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Parameter settings in the Analogue output section
NOTICE
Only the differential pressure (linear characteristic curve) is detected for systems
with a symmetrical measurement range (F1xx and F2xx).
Parameters
Description
Pressure (only for F3xx
and higher)
Select the Pressure option if you want to measure the pressure (linear characteristic curve).
Flow (only for F3xx and
higher)
Select the Flow option if you want to measure the volume flow
(square root characteristic curve).
Mode
Setting the voltage range for the analogue output.
Select one of the three options:
• 0…10 V = 0…100 %
• 2…10 V = 0…100 %
• Free configurable: enter the Start and Final points of the
measurement value and the output voltage in the field Start
and End to set the transducer‘s characteristic curve. The
maximum output voltage for an EGP100 is 10.5 V.
The % values relate to the values displayed in the field Current
measurement range.
Tab. 10 EGP100 parameters: Analogue output
Parameter settings in the Parameter date section
Parameters
Description
Parameter date
Date and time of the last download are set automatically and
stored. The data is taken from the PC which the program is
installed on.
If no download has been carried out the system will display
the date and time when the Parameter settings function was
called up.
Tab. 11 EGP100 parameters: Parameter date
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9.1.2 Application examples
Application example 1: Volume flow measurement
Specifications:
• Maximum volume flow in the plant: 1150 m3/h
• Ventilation duct diameter: DN = 250
• Volume flow of the measurement device: XAFP100F001 in combination with
EGP100
• Air density: 1.2 kg/m3
ÂÂ Calculation of the resulting differential pressure in accordance with:
• C-factor (in accordance with the installation instructions for the flow sensor
XAFP100, document number: P100003790) = 154.6
• Differential pressure measured at 1150 m3/h: ∆P = 55 Pa
ÂÂ Device selection: EGP100F302 or EGP100F312 ( ∆Pmax sensor = 150 Pa)
Parameter settings for EGP100F3x2:
• Gain ∆P = 2.5 (current measurement range = 0…60 Pa)
• Analogue output: 0…100 % = 0…10 V or 2…10 V
The analogue signal relates to the new measurement range setting 0…60 Pa, i.e.
100% of the set measurement range equates to 60 Pa. The resulting volume flow
when taking the C-factor into account is 1200 m3/h.
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"sinkable" should parameterised at 2…10 V. This will prevent errors in the lower
measurement range area.
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Application example 2: Differential pressure measurement
Specifications:
• Maximum differential pressure in the plant: 200 Pa
ÂÂ Device selection: EGP100F402 or EGP100F412 (∆Pmax sensor = 300 Pa)
Parameter settings for EGP100F4x2:
• Gain ∆P = 1.5 (current measurement range = 0…200 Pa)
• Analogue output: 0…10 V = 0…100 % or 2…10 V = 0…100 %
The output signal now relates to the new measurement range setting 0…200 Pa.
• You will need to reduce the gain ∆P to measure values greater than 200 Pa.
• The output signal on devices whose measurement input is not adequately
"sinkable" should parameterised at 2…10 V. This will prevent errors in the lower
range area.
NOTICE
9.1.3 Service functions
The following functions are available in the right-hand column under Configure
device for commissioning and servicing an EGP100:
• Zero point adjustment: Mouse-click on the Zero point adjustment button
to force a sensor adjustment. First, you see a window indicating that the two
measuring connections must be removed. After confirming with OK, a sensor
adjustment is performed. Only the zero point of the sensor is reset in this case,
i.e. the offset of the sensor is changed. This procedure is not a calibration.
• Current values
The measured differential pressure is displayed numerically in the Current values
section in Pa and as a percentage of the current measurement range.
Click on Start monitoring to update the values.
NOTICE
These measurement values are also displayed graphically in the Monitoring
section in the form of a bar chart. You can also save a historic record of
measurement values in the form of a .csv file.
Further information about the Monitoring is available under „8.6.5 Monitoring“.
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9.2
Sash sensor SGU100
9.2.1 Adjustable device parameters
The SGU100 allows you to set the sensor, the acoustic signal and the analogue
output.
Fig. 29 GUI: Parameters SGU100
Parameter settings in the Sensor section
Parameters
Description
Damping
Measurement signals subject to significant fluctuation or electronic
interference can be attenuated using an adjustable damping
time constant.
Setting range:
• 0.000 s
• 0.010 s
• 0.020 s
• 0.041 s
• 0.082 s
• 0.163 s
• 0.326 s
• 0.650 s
• 1.300 s
• 2.600 s
• 5.220 s
Increasing the time constant filters heavily fluctuating signals;
the measurement signal will, however, become more sluggish
in the event of pressure variations.
Tab. 12 SGU parameters: Sensor
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Parameter settings in the Buzzer-Settings section
NOTICE
All acoustic signals are activated by default.
Parameters
Description
Fault state
Alarm indication in the event of the following faults: The fault
states are:
• Supply voltage too low
• Measurement error
Sensor overridden by
communication
Alarm indication if the measurement signal is overridden. This
is only possible in manual operating mode. In this case the
value measured at the transducer's analogue output is overridden by a specified value. Override can be used for test purposes and indicated by an acoustic signal.
Uninitialised sensor
Alarm indication if the SGU100 is not initialised and valid teachin values are therefore not available. For more information on
the teach-in process see „9.2.3 Service functions“.
Teach in mode
Alarm indication during the teach-in process after completion
of the following teach-in phases (for successful or unsuccessful
completion):
• Front sash closed (measurement of start position, P1)
• Position change
• Sash open (measurement of nominal position, P2)
Tab. 13 SGU parameters: Buzzer-Settings
NOTICE
You can find a detailed list of the acoustic and visual signals of the SGU100 in the
SGU100 product data sheet (PDS37.100) in the "Signalisation" section.
Parameter settings in the Analogue outputsection
Parameters
Description
Mode
Sets the voltage range of the analogue output in dependence
on the teach-in range.
The teach-in range relates to the sash stroke between start
position and nominal position or between 0% and 100%. Select
one of the three options:
• 0…10 V = 0…100 %
• 2…10 V = 0…100 % (factory setting)
• Free configurable: you can set the output voltage between
0 and 11.5 V in accordance with the teach-in range.
Start position
Defines the position at which the sash is closed, i.e. has travelled 0% of the teach-in range.
Nominal position
Defines the position at which the sash is open, i.e. has travelled
100% of the teach-in range.
Tab. 14 SGU parameters: Analogue output
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the SGU (PDS 37.100) in the "Function diagram" section.
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Parameter settings in the Parameter date section
Parameters
Description
Parameter date
Date and time of the last download are set automatically and
stored. The data is taken from the PC which the program is
installed on. If no download has been carried out the system
will display the date and time when the Parameter settings
function was called up.
Tab. 15 SGU parameters: Analogue output
9.2.2 Application examples
Application example: Measurement of the sash position on a bench-mounted fume
cupboard
Specifications:
• Maximum permissible open range of the sash: 500 mm
ÂÂ Device selection: SGU100F010 (max. stroke 1000 mm)
Parameter settings for the SGU100F010:
• Analogue output: 2…10 V = 0…100 %
• Implementation of the teach-in process: device learns the start position (sash
closed) and the nominal position (sash opened to 500 mm). You can carry out
the teach-in process by clicking on Teach in positions see „9.2.3 Service
functions“.
The analogue output signal 2...10 V relates to the new teach-in range setting. This
means that the output signal is 2 V when the sash is closed; when the sash is open
(500 mm) the output signal is 10 V. The excess-stroke alarm signal of the SGU100
will trigger if the maximum permissible opening range is exceeded.
9.2.3 Service functions
The following service functions for commissioning and servicing the SGU100 are
available under Configure device in the right-hand column:
• Teach in positions
• Manual operation
• Current values
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Teach in positions
ff Click on Teach in positions to start the teach-in process. SAUTER
CASE Sensors will guide the user through every step of the process.
ÂÂ A message appears at the end of the teach-in process to confirm the SGU100
has learned each position correctly.
NOTICE
You can also start and carry out the teach-in process by pressing the internal or
external button on the SGU100. You can find a general description on how to carry
out the teach-in process in the product data sheet for the SGU100 (PDS 37.100) in
the section "Adapting the operating range (Teach in)".
Manual operation
You can enter a value to override the current measurement value at the sash
sensor's analogue output by clicking on Manual operation. This function is
required for testing and inspection purposes. You can, for instance, test the volume
flow control of the fume cupboard without having to open or close the sash by
entering an output value for the SGU100.
Fig. 30 Dialogue box: SGU100 Manual operation active
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Activating manual operation:
1. Select the option On in the Manual operation dialogue box.
2. Enter the analogue output value.
3. Click on the button Set mode.
ÂÂ The status and the active output voltage are displayed in the field Currently
selected of the dialogue box and in the right-hand column of the service
functions. The Communication field in the status bar is green when manual
operation is active.
Deactivating manual operation:
Manual operation will be deactivated if you
• select the Off option in the Manual operation dialogue box and then click on
Set mode,
• close CASE Sensors, or
• communication with the device is interrupted.
NOTICE
If you have selected the option "activated" in the Manual operation field under
Buzzer-Settings, the SGU100 will emit an acoustic signal when manual operation
is activated.
Current values
The currently measured sash position is displayed as a numerical value in the
section Current values.
ff Click on Start monitoring to update the values.
NOTICE
These measurement values are also displayed graphically in the Monitoring
section in the form of a bar chart. You can also save a historic record of
measurement values in the form of a .csv file.
Further information about the Monitoring is available under „8.8.5 Monitoring“.
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9.2.4 Status display
You can call up the current operating, fault and services statuses of an SGU100 in
the Status section of the Monitoring.
ff To update the display, click on Start monitoring in the Current values section of
the right-hand column on the GUI.
ÂÂ A tick in the Status column indicates the current status of the SGU100.
Parameters
Description
Operation states
Factory
Matches delivery status.
Normal
The transducer is ready for operation.
Manual
Manual operation is active.
Teach in
Teach-in process is active (see also „9.2.3 Service functions“)
Teach in start
position
Device learns the start position (front slider closed) during the
teach-in process.
Teach in waiting
Temporary phase following the teach-in phase. During this phase
(max. 60 seconds) you can place the sash in its nominal position.
The SGU100 will remain in the paused teach-in phase whilst
you position the sash.
Teach in nominal
position
Device learns the nominal position (front slider open) during the
teach-in process.
Teach in button is
pressed
The teach-in button on the SGU100 was pressed
External alarm signal
Overstroke alarm contact was triggered.
Overstroke detected
Overstroke alarm contact was triggered. This means that the
nominal position was exceeded.
Data storage
The process of writing measurement values to a file was interrupted.
Measurement
A measurement error has occurred if the internal measured
values are outside the expected range. Possible reasons for this
include:
• Internal error in sensor caused by a shock
• The maximum spring stoke has been exceeded or the minimum spring stroke has not been reached
• Electrical interference by an external source
Teach in
The teach-in process was not completed successfully or there are
no valid teach-in values in the SGU100.
Low voltage
The voltage supply to the SGU100 is insufficient.
Fault states
Maintenance states
Teach in positions
Device learns the position during the maintenance states.
Tab. 16 Operation, fault and maintenance states of the SGU100
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9.3
Room humidity and temperature sensor EGH681
9.3.1 Adjustable device parameters
In the case of the EGH681, you can carry out settings for the following parameters:
•
•
•
•
•
Humidity measurement
Temperature measurement
Humidity output
Temperature output
LED
Fig. 31
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Parameter settings in the Humidity Measurement area
Parameters
Description
Limit setting
The limits can be set individually.
The LED indicator on the sensor visualises:
• that the limit value has been exceeded
• that the limit value has not been reached
• the optimum value
Measured value <
1
; LED signal = red
Measured value >
1
<
2
; LED signal = yellow
Measured value >
2
<
3
; LED signal = green
Measured value >
3
<
4
; LED signal = yellow
Measured value >
4
; LED signal = red
Tab. 17 EGH parameters: Humidity measurement
Parameter settings in the Temperature measurement area
Parameters
Description
Limit setting
The limits for temperature measurement can be set individually.
The LED indicator on the sensor visualises:
• that the limit value has been exceeded
• that the limit value has not been reached
• the optimum value
Measured value <
1
; LED signal = red
Measured value >
1
<
2
; LED signal = yellow
Measured value >
2
<
3
; LED signal = green
Measured value >
3
<
4
; LED signal = yellow
Measured value >
4
; LED signal = red
Tab. 18 EGH parameters: Temperature measurement
Parameter settings in the Output area.
The EGH681 has two analogue outputs that can be configured according to
individual requirements.
Parameters
Description
Main sensor
The following variables can be selected:
• Deactivated
• Temperature
• Relative humidity
• Absolute humidity
• Dew point
• Enthalpy
Setting analogue outputs
Set the voltage range of the analogue outputs.
Select one of the three options:
• 0…10 V= 0…50 °C (sample variable: temperature)
• 2…10 V= 0…50 °C (sample variable: temperature)
• Freely configurable: To set the characteristic curve of the
transducer, proceed as follows:
In the “Conversion table” area, enter the starting and end
points of the measured value and the output voltage in the
fields Start and End.
Tab. 19 EGH parameters: Analogue outputs
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Parameter settings in the LED area
Parameters
Description
LED function
You can assign the following functions to the LED indicator of
the sensor:
• Deactivated
• Humidity monitoring
• Temperature monitoring
• Humidity and temperature monitoring
Tab. 20 EGH parameters: LED
9.3.2 Service functions
Before commissioning the EGH681, start monitoring to check the function of the
sensor.
In the Monitoring area in the right-hand column, all measured values are shown
graphically in the form of a bar chart as well as numerically. Before you start a
visualisation, we recommend you read out the device's current configuration via an
upload.
1. To do so, click the Upload from device button.
2. Click on Start monitoring to update the values.
NOTICE
These measurement values are also displayed graphically in the Monitoring
section in the form of a bar chart.. You can also save a historic record of
measurement values in the form of a .csv file.
Further information about the Monitoring is available under „8.8.5 Monitoring“.
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Device-specific parameterisation
9.4
Air quality sensor (VOC) EGQ181
9.4.1 Adjustable device parameters
In the case of the EGQ181, you can carry out settings for the following parameters:
• VOC measurement
• VOC output
• LED
Fig. 32
GUI: EGQ181 parameters
Parameter settings in the VOC Measurement area
Parameters
Description
Limit setting
The limits for VOC measurement can be set individually.
The LED indicator on the sensor visualises:
• that the limit value has been exceeded
• that the limit value has not been reached
• the optimum value
Measured value <
1
; LED signal = green
Measured value >
1
<
Measured value >
2
; LED signal = red
2
; LED signal = yellow
Tab. 21 EGQ parameters: VOC measurement
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Parameter settings in the VOC output area
Parameters
Description
VOC output
Set the voltage range of the analogue output.
Select one of the three options:
• 0…10 V= 0…100 %IAQ
• 2…10 V= 0…100 %IAQ
• Freely configurable: To set the characteristic curve of the
transducer, proceed as follows:
In the “Conversion table” area, enter the starting and end
points of the measured value and the output voltage in the
fields Start and End. .
Tab. 22 EGQ parameters: VOC output
Parameter settings in the LED area
Parameters
Description
LED function
You can assign the following functions to the LED indicator of
the sensor:
• Deactivated
• VOC monitoring
Tab. 23 EGQ parameters: LED
9.4.2 Service functions
Before commissioning the EGQ181, start monitoring to check the function of the
sensor.
In the Monitoring area in the right-hand column, all measured values are shown
graphically in the form of a bar chart as well as numerically. Before you start a
visualisation, we recommend you read out the device's current configuration via an
upload.
1. To do so, click the Upload from device button.
2. Click on Start monitoring to update the values.
NOTICE
These measurement values are also displayed graphically in the Monitoring
section in the form of a bar chart.. You can also save a historic record of
measurement values in the form of a .csv file.
Further information about the Monitoring is available under „8.8.5 Monitoring“.
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Customer service
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Customer service
Address of your local SAUTER service points in Europe:
SAUTER Schweiz
Sauter Building Control Schweiz AG
Kägenstrasse 17
CH-4153 Reinach
Tel. +41 61 717 75 75
Fax +41 61 717 75 00
SAUTER Deutschland
Sauter-Cumulus GmbH
Hans-Bunte-Strasse 15
DE-79108 Freiburg i. Br.
Tel. +49 761 510 50
Fax +49 761 510 52 34
SAUTER France
Sauter Régulation S.A.S.
30 Rue Marc Seguin - B.P. 2059
FR-68059 Mulhouse Cedex
Tel. +33 3 89 59 32 66
Fax +33 3 89 59 40 42
SAUTER Ibérica
Sauter Ibérica S.A.
Jacint Verdaguer, 34-38
ES-08902 L'Hospitalet (Barcelona)
Tel. +34 93 432 95 00
Fax +34 93 432 09 08
SAUTER Österreich
Sauter Mess- u. Regeltechnik GmbH
Niedermoserstrasse 11
AT-1222 Wien
Tel. +43 1 250 230
Fax +43 1 259 95 35
SAUTER U.K.
Sauter Automation Ltd.
Inova House Hampshire
Int'l Business Park
Crockford Lane, Chineham
UK-Basingstoke RG24 8WH
Tel. +44 1256 37 44 00
Fax +44 1256 37 44 55
SAUTER Italia
Sauter Italia S.p.A.
Via Natale Battaglia 40
IT-20127 Milano
Tel. +39 02 280 481
Fax +39 02 280 482 80
SAUTER Nederland
Sauter Building Control Nederland B.V.
Gyroscoopweg 144a
P.O. Box 20613
NL-1001 NP Amsterdam
Tel. +31 20 5876 701
Fax +31 20 5876 769
Sauter Building Control International GmbH
Hans-Bunte-Strasse 15
DE-79108 Freiburg i. Br.
Tel. +49 761 510 50
Fax +49 761 510 52 34
SAUTER Belgium
N.V. Sauter Controls S.A.
't Hofveld 6-B-2
BE-1702 Groot Bijgaarden
Tel. +32 2 460 04 16
Fax +32 2 460 58 97
SAUTER Magyarország
Sauter Automatikai Kft.
Fogarasi u. 2 - 6.III. em.
HU-1148 Budapest
Tel. +36 1 470 1000
Fax +36 1 467 9000
SAUTER Srbija
Sauter Building Control Serbia doo
Alekse Nenadovica 15
SRB-11000 Belgrad
Tel. +381 1 1383 5571
Fax +381 1 1245 2260
SAUTER Ceská republika
Sauter Automation Spol. s.r.o.
Pod Cimickým hájem 13 a 15
CZ-18100 Praha 8
Tel. +42 02 660 12 111
Fax +42 02 660 12 221
SAUTER Polska
Sauter Automatyka Sp. z o.o.
Ul. Postępu 1
PL-02-676 Warszawa
Tel. +48 22 853 02 92
Fax +48 22 853 02 93
SAUTER Sverige
Sauter Automation AB
Krossgatan 22B
SE-16250 Vällingby
Tel. +46 8 620 35 00
Fax +46 8 739 86 26
SAUTER Slovensko
Sauter Building Control Slovakia s.r.o.
Viedenská cesta 5
SK-85101 Bratislava
Tel. +421 2 6252 5544
Fax +421 2 6252 5543
Tab. 24 Contact information SAUTER subsidiaries Europe
Please refer to www.sauter-controls.com for additional contact information
worldwide.
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Rectifying problems
The following table lists typical problems that may occur during installation,
configuration or commissioning.
Fault
Cause
SGU100 or CASE SenThe teach-in process was
sors reports "no valid
not properly completed.
teach-in values available"
The Run/Fault LED on the The transducer's measEGP100 lights up red
urement range has been
exceeded.
The Run/Fault LED on
the EGP100 flashes red
Insufficient supply voltage
Rectification
ff Repeat the teach-in process.
Make sure the stroke between
start position and nominal
position is at least 200 mm.
ff Acknowledge the alarm signal
by pressing the zero point
button and then rebalance the
zero point.
The transducer may be damaged
and no longer functional if the
maximum permissible pressure was
exceeded (see PDS 32.021).
ff In this case replace the transducer.
ff Check the wiring and voltage
supply to the EGP100 (see
PDS 32.021).
Tab. 25 Rectifying problems
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List of abbreviations
List of abbreviations
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Term
∆p
Differential pressure in Pascal
AI
Analogue input
AO
Analogue output
DN
Nominal diameter
FS
Full span; maximum measuring range
PC
Personal computer
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Figures
Figures
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
Fig. 8
Fig. 9
Fig. 10
Fig. 11
Fig. 12
Fig. 13
Fig. 14
Fig. 15
Fig. 16
Fig. 17
Fig. 18
Fig. 19
Fig. 20
Fig. 21
Fig. 22
Fig. 23
Fig. 24
Fig. 25
Fig. 26
Fig. 27
Fig. 28
Fig. 29
Fig. 30
Fig. 31
Fig. 32
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Configuration flowchart
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Setup.exe in the SAUTER CASE Sensors Tools DVD
16
GUI: SAUTER CASE Sensors start screen
19
Connection USB / RS 485 interface converter to PC
21
Connection with an EGP100 via 3-pin plug connection
22
Connection of SGU100 with clamp terminal
22
Connection with an SGU100 via 3-pin plug connection on the FCCP23
Plug-in connector for universal adapter
23
Windows system setting
24
Windows device manager
25
Dialogue box: setting for COM port
25
Separating the connection between EGP100 and PC (connection via
3-pin plug connection)
28
Separating the connection between SGU100 and PC (connection via
terminal block)
28
Separating the connection between SGU100 and PC (connection via
3-pin plug connection on the FCCP)
29
Separating the connection between EGQ181SF203 and universal
converter, separating the connection between EGH681SF233 and
universal converter
29
Dialogue box: Select communication address
30
Dialogue box: Options → Units
31
Dialogue box: Options → Language
32
Dialogue box: Options → Communication
32
GUI: SAUTER CASE Sensors start page
33
GUI: User interface, SAUTER CASE Sensors
34
Dialogue box: Print configuration
39
GUI: Network settings
40
Dialogue box: Change address
41
Dialogue box: Device selection
42
Graphical and numerical display using the example of EGH681
45
GUI: Parameters for an EGP100 with a symmetrical measurement
range47
GUI: Parameters for an EGP100 with an asymmetrical measurement
range47
GUI: Parameters SGU100
52
Dialogue box: SGU100 Manual operation active
55
GUI: EGH681 parameters
58
GUI: EGQ181 parameters
61
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Tables
Tables
Tab. 1
Tab. 2
Tab. 3
Tab. 4
Tab. 5
Tab. 6
Tab. 7
Tab. 8
Tab. 9
Tab. 10
Tab. 11
Tab. 12
Tab. 13
Tab. 14
Tab. 15
Tab. 16
Tab. 17
Tab. 18
Tab. 19
Tab. 20
Tab. 21
Tab. 22
Tab. 23
Tab. 24
Tab. 25
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System messages, connection test
Adjustable and fixed units
Start Page functions
Parameters for network configuration
Supported devices in SAUTER CASE Sensors V2.2
Parameter input in the “Project data” section
Parameter device information
EGP100 parameters: Measurement
EGP100 parameters: Analogue output
EGP100 parameters: Parameter date
SGU parameters: Sensor
SGU parameters: Buzzer-Settings
SGU parameters: Analogue output
SGU parameters: Analogue output
Operation, fault and maintenance states of the SGU100
EGH parameters: Humidity measurement
EGH parameters: Temperature measurement
EGH parameters: Analogue outputs
EGH parameters: LED
EGQ parameters: VOC measurement
EGQ parameters: VOC output
EGQ parameters: LED
Contact information SAUTER subsidiaries Europe
Rectifying problems
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27
31
37
41
42
43
44
48
49
49
52
53
53
54
57
59
59
59
60
61
62
62
63
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Index
Index
A
Application
C
Communication
Communication address
Configuration process
Connection and configuration
Connection diagram
Connection EGP100
Connection EGQ and EGH
Connection SGU100
Current values
EGP100
SGU100
Customer service
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32
30
9
21
46
22
23
22
51
56
63
D
Device configuration
Diagrams
Driver installation
42
46
18
E
Examples of application
EGP100
SGU100
Exit
50
54
28
H
Hardware requirements
15
I
Installation
Installation process
Interface converter
15
16
21, 25
L
Language
List of abbreviations
32
67
M
Manual operation
SGU100
Monitoring
55
44
N
Network settings
40
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O
Options
P
Parameter device information
Parameterisation
Parameters
Parameter setting
EGP100
SGU100
Parameter settings
Print
Program structure
R
Rectifying problems
S
Safety warnings
Scope of delivery
Service functions
EGH
EGP100
EGQ
SGU100
Setting for COM port
Software installation
Software properties
Software requirements
Starting the program
Start page
Status display
SGU100
System requirements
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44
37, 47
44
47
52
43
39
11
65
13
15
60
51
62
54
24
15
5
15
37
37
57
15
T
Teach in positions
SGU100
55
U
Units
User interface
31
33
Z
Zero point adjustment
EGP100
51
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