graphite™ series

graphite™ series
Bulletin No. GRAPH-A
Drawing No. LP0918
Effective 07/13
Tel +1 (717) 767-6511
Fax +1 (717) 764-0839
www.redlion.net
GRAPHITE™ SERIES - OPERATOR INTERFACE TERMINALS WITH
PLUG-IN I/O MODULE CAPABILITY
zz PROTOCOL CONVERSION FEATURE CONVERTS NUMEROUS
PROTOCOLS SIMULTANEOUSLY
zz OVER 250 BUILT-IN DRIVERS ALLOWS EASY DATA MAPPING TO
PLCS, PCS, AND SCADA SYSTEMS
zz BUILT-IN WEB SERVER ALLOWS REMOTE VIEW OR CONTROL
FROM ANY INTERNET CONNECTED PC OR SMART PHONE
zz SYNCS DATA LOGS TO FTP SERVERS AND MICROSOFT SQL
SERVER®
zz PROVIDES EMAIL AND SMS TEXT MESSAGE ALERTS
zz CONFIGURED USING CRIMSON® 3 SOFTWARE
zz UP TO 4 FULLY ISOLATED SERIAL COMMUNICATION PORTS,
(2 RS-232 AND 1 RS-422/485)
zz 10 BASE T/100 BASE-TX ETHERNET CONNECTION CAN
CONNECT TO AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF DEVICES VIA TEN
PROTOCOLS SIMULTANEOUSLY
zz EASY TO ADD I/O CAPABILITY WITH GRAPHITE PLUG-IN
MODULES
zz ALUMINUM CASE CONSTRUCTION FOR BOTH THE OPERATOR
INTERFACE TERMINAL AND THE I/O MODULES
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SAFETY SUMMARY
The Graphite™ Series merges two of our most highly successful product
platforms into a single, extremely flexible solution. The nexus of the product is
the operator interface panel which offers the award winning technology of our
G3 HMI Series including protocol conversion, data logging and remote access.
Programming the unit is easy using drag and drop selection within our Crimson
3 software allowing complete set-up in minutes. Add to all that capability, plugin modules which provide I/O functions within the framework of the operator
interface panel. The I/O modules are similar to our Modular Controller Series
product providing easy interface of sensors, discreet outputs and communication
modules. The result is a complete industrial solution that connects, monitors,
and controls while providing real time displays.
The operator interface panels are available in 5 different panel sizes; 7", 9",
10", 12" and 15", with the 7", 9" and 12" displays in the wide screen format. The
displays are full color touch panels in VGA, SVGA or XGA formats and operate
as full touchscreens. The all-aluminum construction provides very robust
packaging that can withstand even the most demanding environments. If your
application calls for outdoor use, we have two models, 7"and 10" that are
designed for just that requirement.
The units are able to communicate with many types of hardware simultaneously
using high-speed RS-232/485 communication ports and Ethernet 10 Base T/100
Base-TX communications. Currently over 250 drivers are selectable in the
Crimson Software which allows easy data mapping to PLCs, PCs, and SCADA
Systems. In addition, the Graphite Series features USB host capability for fast
downloads of configuration files and access to trending and data logging
information.
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.
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.
CAUTION: Risk Of Danger.
Read complete instructions prior to
installation and operation of the unit.
CONTENTS OF PACKAGE
CAUTION: Risk of electric shock.
- Operator Interface.
- Panel gasket.
- Hardware packet for mounting unit into panel.
- Terminal block for connecting power.
1
Specifications
1. POWER REQUIREMENTS: +24 VDC ±20%
Must use a Class 2 circuit according to National Electrical Code (NEC),
NFPA-70 or Canadian Electrical Code (CEC), Part I, C22.1 or a Limited
Power Supply (LPS) according to IEC 60950-1 or Limited-energy circuit
according to IEC 61010-1.
Power connection via removable three position terminal block.
G07C
G07S
G09
G10C/R
G10S
G12
G15
Typical Power
9W
HMI only:
10 W
13 W
12 W
18 W
16 W
20 W
Maximum Power
16 W
HMI only:
17 W
20 W
19 W
24 W
23 W
27 W
Maximum Power
37 W
HMI w/ Module(s):
38 W
45 W
48 W
53 W
56 W
60 W
Ethernet Port: 10 BASE-T / 100 BASE-TX
RJ45 jack is wired as a NIC (Network Interface Card).
Isolation from Ethernet network to Graphite operator interface: 1500 Vrms
7. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:
Operating Temperature Range: -20 to 60 °C
Storage Temperature Range: -20 to 70 °C
Vibration to IEC 68-2-6: Operational 5-300 Hz, 3 g
Shock to IEC 68-2-27: Operational 40 g
Operating and Storage Humidity: 0 to 85% max. RH non-condensing
Altitude: Up to 2000 meters
8. CERTIFICATIONS AND COMPLIANCES:
CE Approved
EN 61326-1 Immunity to Industrial Locations
Emission CISPR 11 Class A
IEC/EN 61010-1
RoHS Compliant
Type 4X Indoor / IP66 Enclosure rating (Face only) for all models
Type 4X Outdoor Enclosure rating (Face only) for GxxSxxxx models
9. CONNECTIONS: High compression cage-clamp terminal block
Wire Strip Length: 0.3" (7.5 mm)
Wire Gauge Capacity: One 14 AWG (2.55 mm) solid,
two 18 AWG (1.02 mm) or four 20 AWG (0.61 mm)
10.CONSTRUCTION: Cast aluminum enclosure with NEMA 4X/IP66 rating
for indoor use only when correctly fitted with the gasket provided. Installation
Category II, Pollution Degree 2.
11. MOUNTING REQUIREMENTS: Maximum panel thickness is 0.188"
(4.78 mm) with removable foot, or 0.375" (9.53 mm) without foot. For
NEMA 4X/IP66 sealing, a steel panel with a minimum thickness of 0.125"
(3.17 mm) is recommended.
Maximum Mounting Screw Torque: 6.0 lbf inch (96 ozf inch)
12. WEIGHT:
G07: 2.26 lb. (1.03 Kg)
G09: 3.39 lb. (1.54 Kg)
G10: 4.8 lb. (2.18 Kg)
G12: 5.06 lb. (2.29 Kg)
G15: 7.73 lb. (3.5 Kg)
2. BATTERY: Lithium coin cell. Typical lifetime of 6 years, nominal.
3. LCD DISPLAY: See Table below for detailed display specifications.
4. TOUCHSCREEN: Resistive analog
5. MEMORY:
On Board User Memory: 256 Mbyte of non-volatile Flash memory.
Memory Card: SD slot accepts standard capacity cards up to 2Gbyte.
6. COMMUNICATION CAPABILITIES:
USB Port: Adheres to USB specification 2.0 (high speed, full speed) only
using 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: Comply with Universal Serial Bus Specification Rev 2.0.
Support data transfers at (high speed, full speed). Hardware over current
protected (0.5 A max per port).
Serial Ports: Ports are individually isolated. Format and Baud Rates for each
port are individually software programmable up to 115,200 baud.
PGM Port: RS232 port via RJ12.
COMMS Ports: RS422/485 port via RJ45, and RS232 port via RJ12.
DH485 TXEN: Transmit enable; open collector, VOH = 15 VDC,
VOL = 0.5 V @ 25 mA max.
LCD DISPLAY:
G07C
SIZE
COLORS
G07S
G09
G10C
G10R
G10S
G12
G15
7 - inch
7 - inch
9 - inch
10 - inch
10 - inch
10 - inch
12 - inch
15 - inch
WVGA, 16 M
WVGA, 16 M
WVGA, 16 M
VGA, 16 M
SVGA, 16 M
VGA, 16 M
WXGA, 16 M
XGA, 16 M
PIXELS
800 X 480
800 X 480
800 X 480
640 X 480
800 X 600
640 X 480
1280 X 800
1024 X 768
BRIGHTNESS
500 cd/m2
1000 cd/m2
400 cd/m2
450 cd/m2
400 cd/m2
1500 cd/m2
400 cd/m2
400 cd/m2
40,000
40,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
35,000
70,000
70,000
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
LED
BACKLIGHT (HR TYP.) *
BACKLIGHT TYPE
* Lifetime at room temperature (25°C)
2
Dimensions In inches (mm)
G07
7.70 (195.5)
2.00 (50.8)
7.9 (202)
2.97 (76)
5.7
(146)
5.51
(139.9)
Module sold
separately
G09
10.06 (255.6)
(MOUNTING CLIPS INSTALLED)
10.3 (262)
2.06 (52.4)
2.97 (76)
6.47
(164.4)
6.7
(171)
Module sold
separately
G10
10.84 (275.2)
2.06 (52.4)
(MOUNTING CLIPS INSTALLED)
11.1 (281)
2.97 (76)
8.57
(217.7)
8.8
(224)
Module sold
separately
(MOUNTING CLIPS INSTALLED)
G12
12.10 (307.3)
2.06 (52.4)
12.3 (314)
2.97 (76)
8.20
(208.3)
8.4
(215)
Module sold
separately
(MOUNTING CLIPS INSTALLED)
G15
14.03 (356.3)
2.14 (54.3)
14.3 (363)
2.97 (76)
11.10
(281.8)
11.3
(288)
Module sold
separately
(MOUNTING CLIPS INSTALLED)
3
Operator Interface Installation
MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS
FOOT MAY BE REMOVED
FOR THICKER PANEL
INSTALLATIONS
This operator interface is primarily designed for
through-panel mounting. Four VESA mount tapped
screw-holes (M4 x 0.7, 5 mm deep) are present on the
rear of the panel to allow for stand or wall mounting.
Care should be taken to remove any loose material from
the mounting cut-out to prevent that material from falling
into the operator interface during installation. A gasket is
provided to enable sealing to NEMA 4X/IP66
specification. Install the mounting clips provided and
tighten to 6.0 pound-force inch (96 ounce-force inch)
evenly for uniform gasket compression.
G07
ALL NONINCENDIVE CIRCUITS MUST BE
WIRED USING DIVISION 2 WIRING
METHODS AS SPECIFIED IN ARTICLE 501-4
(b), 502-4 (b), AND 503-3 (b) OF THE
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE, NFPA 70
FOR INSTALLATION WITHIN THE UNITED
STATES, OR AS SPECIFIED IN SECTION
19-152 OF CANADIAN ELECTRICAL CODE
FOR INSTALLATION IN CANADA.
PANEL CUT-OUT
VESA MOUNT (MIS-D 75) DIMENSIONS
1.48 (37.5)
7.060 (179.3)
2.95 (75)
4.869
(123.7)
2.95
(75)
4X R.10 (2.5)
MAX.
1.73
(44)
All tolerances ±.059" (±1.5 mm)
G09
PANEL CUT-OUT
VESA MOUNT (MIS-D 75) DIMENSIONS
1.48 (37.5)
2.95 (75)
9.423 (239.3)
2.95
(75)
4X R.10 (2.5)
MAX.
5.832
(148.1)
1.77
(45)
All tolerances ±.059" (±1.5 mm)
4
G10
PANEL CUT-OUT
VESA MOUNT (MIS-D 75) DIMENSIONS
1.48 (37.5)
10.197 (259.0)
4X R.10 (2.5)
MAX.
2.95
(75)
7.931
(201.4)
.87
(22.1)
All tolerances ±.059" (±1.5 mm)
G12
PANEL CUT-OUT
VESA MOUNT (MIS-D 75) DIMENSIONS
1.48 (37.5)
11.458 (291.0)
2.95
(75)
4X R.10 (2.5)
MAX.
2.95 (75)
7.561
(192.0)
1.08
(27.4)
All tolerances ±.059" (±1.5 mm)
G15
2.95 (75)
PANEL CUT-OUT
VESA MOUNT (MIS-D 75) DIMENSIONS
1.48 (37.5)
13.390 (340.1)
2.95 (75)
2.95
(75)
10.457
(265.6)
4X R.10 (2.5)
MAX.
.09
(2.4)
All tolerances ±.059" (±1.5 mm)
5
CONNECTING TO EARTH GROUND
POWER SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
The Graphite panel requires a 24 VDC power supply. Your unit may draw
considerably less than the maximum rated power depending upon the features
being used. As additional features are used your unit will draw increasing
amounts of power. Items that could cause increases in current are modules,
additional on-board communications, SD card, and other features programmed
through Crimson.
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:
– 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.
– 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.
– 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 extralow voltage.” Safety extra-low 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.
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.
The third pin of the power connector of the G07 is chassis ground for the unit.
Your unit should be connected to earth ground (protective earth).
The chassis ground is not connected to signal common of the unit.
Maintaining isolation between earth ground and signal common is not required
to operate your unit. But, 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 signal common and earth ground.1
1 USB’s shield may be connected to earth ground at the host. USB’s shield in
turn may also be connected to signal common.
I/O MODULE INSTALLATION
Modules must be installed beginning with slot 1 (left-most slot), with no
empty slots between the modules, and the order must match the modules order
in the Crimson database. Torque screws to 6.0 pound-force inch (96 ounce-force
inch).
WARNING: Disconnect all power
to the unit before installing or
removing modules.
REMOVE RUBBER
MODULE PLUG
6
Communicating With
the
CONFIGURING GRAPHITE
Graphite
ETHERNET COMMUNICATIONS
The Graphite is configured using Crimson® software. Crimson is available as
a free download from Red Lion’s website. Updates to Crimson for new features
and drivers are posted on the website as they become available. By configuring
the Graphite using the latest version of Crimson, you are assured that your unit
has the most up to date feature set. Crimson® software can configure the Graphite
through the RS232 PGM port, USB port, or SD card.
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 Crimson.
The RS232 PGM port uses a programming cable made by Red Lion to connect
to the DB9 COM port of your computer. If you choose to make your own cable,
use the “Port Pin Out Diagram” that corresponds to your specific model for
wiring information.
The SD card can be used to program a Graphite by placing a configuration file
and firmware on the SD card. The card is then inserted into the target Graphite
and powered. Refer to the Crimson literature for more information on the proper
names and locations of the files.
Ethernet communications can be established at either 10 BASE-T or 100
BASE-TX. The Graphite unit’s RJ45 jack is wired as a 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.
The Ethernet connector contains two LEDs. A yellow LED in the upper right,
and a green LED in the upper left. The LEDs represent the following statuses:
LED COLOR
DESCRIPTION
YELLOW solid
Link established.
YELLOW flashing
Data being transferred.
GREEN (OFF)
10 BASE-T Communications
GREEN (ON)
100 BASE-TX Communications
On the rear of each unit is a unique 12-digit MAC address and a block for
marking the unit with an IP address. Refer to the Crimson manual and Red
Lion’s website for additional information on Ethernet communications.
USB, DATA TRANSFERS FROM THE SD
CARD
RS232 PORTS
The Graphite has two 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.
The RS232 ports can be used for
either master or slave protocols with
any Graphite configuration.
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.
In order to transfer data from the SD card via the USB port, a driver must be
installed on your computer. This driver is installed with Crimson and is located
in the folder C:\Program Files\Red Lion Controls\Crimson 3.0\Device\ after
Crimson is installed. This may have already been accomplished if your Graphite
was configured using the USB port.
Once the driver is installed, connect the Graphite to your PC with a USB
cable, and follow “Mounting the SD” instructions in the Crimson 3 user manual.
Graphite RS232 to a PC
Gxx: RJ12
Name
4
COMM
1
DCD
5
Tx
2
Rx
2
Rx
3
Tx
N/C
4
DTR
COMM
5
GND
N/C
6
DSR
1
CTS
7
RTS
6
RTS
8
CTS
N/C
9
RI
3
PC: DB9 Name
USB HOST LEDS
COLOR
STATUS
OFF
Not operational
RED
Error
GREEN
Normal operation
RS422/485 COMMS PORT
The Graphite has one RS422/485 port. This port can be configured to act as
either RS422 or RS485.
RS422/485 4-WIRE
CONNECTIONS
INSERTION/REMOVAL OF THE SD CARD
RS485 2-WIRE
CONNECTIONS
5V
5V
Insert the SD card into the slot provided with the card oriented as shown. The
card is inserted properly when the end of the card is flush with the Graphite
case. To remove the SD card, push in slightly on the card.
130K
7
1
130K
TxB
TX
7
1
TxB
TX/RX
8
130K
2
5
TxA
TxEN (OC)
8
130K
2
TxA
5
TxEN (OC)
6
COMM
5V
130K
4
RxB
3
RxA
6
COMM
RX
130K
Note: All Red Lion devices connect A to A and B to B. Refer to www.redlion.net
for additional information.
CABLES AND DRIVERS
Red Lion has a wide range of cables and drivers for use with many different
communication types. A list of these drivers and cables along with pin outs is
available from Red Lion’s website. New cables and drivers are added on a
regular basis. If making your own cable, refer to the “Port Pin Outs” that
corresponds to your specific model for wiring information.
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Examples of RS485 2-Wire Connections
Graphite to Red Lion RJ11
DH485 COMMUNICATIONS
The Graphite’s RS422/485 COMMS port can also be used for Allen Bradley
DH485 communications.
Graphite to Modular Controller
Gxx:RJ45
Name
RLC:RJ11
Name
5
TxEN
2
TxEN
6
COMM
3
COMM
1,4
TxB
1,4
TxB
1
TxB
5
B-
4,1
RxB
4,1
RxB
2
TxA
4
A+
Gxx
Name
Modular
Controller
Name
2,3
TxA
2,3
TxA
3,2
RxA
3,2
RxA
5
TxEN
5
TxEN
6
COMM
6
COMM
7
TxB
7
TxB
8
TxA
8
TxA
Graphite to AB SLC 500
WARNING: DO NOT use a
standard DH485 cable to
connect this port to Allen
Bradley equipment. A cable
and wiring diagram are
available from Red Lion.
RJ45: RLC Name RJ45: A-B
TxB
1
A
2
TxA
2
B
3, 8
RxA
-
24V
4, 7
RxB
-
COMM
5
TxEN
5
TxEN
6
COMM
4
SHIELD
4, 7
TxB
-
COMM
3, 8
TxA
-
24V
G07 PORT PIN OUTS
USB HOST
STATUS
USB
TYPE B
STATUS
PORT B
ETHERNET
(NIC)
POWER
CONNECTOR
RS485
PORT A
RS232
PORT B
RS232
PGM PORT
RTS (PIN 6)
Tx
COMM
COMM
Rx
CTS (PIN 1)
RS232
PORT A (PGM)
ETHERNET
TxA (PIN 8)
TxB
COMM
TxEN
RxB
RxA
TxA
TxB (PIN 1)
USB HOST
RTS (PIN 6)
Tx
COMM
COMM
Rx
CTS (PIN 1)
USB
DEVICE
PORT A
3 CHASSIS
2 +DC VOLTAGE
1 COMMON
POWER
- +
RS485
RS232
COMMS PORT COMMS PORT
G09 PORT PIN OUTS
AUXILIARY
ETHERNET
(NIC)
[OPTIONAL]
USB HOST
ETHERNET
(NIC)
STATUS
USB
TYPE B
STATUS
PORT B
POWER
CONNECTOR
RS232
PORT A (PGM)
RS485
PORT A
RS232
PGM PORT
8
RS232
PORT B
RTS (PIN 6)
Tx
COMM
COMM
Rx
CTS (PIN 1)
ETHERNET
TxA (PIN 8)
TxB
COMM
TxEN
RxB
RxA
TxA
TxB (PIN 1)
USB HOST
RTS (PIN 6)
Tx
COMM
COMM
Rx
CTS (PIN 1)
AUXILIARY
ETHERNET
USB
DEVICE
PORT A
3 CHASSIS
2 +DC VOLTAGE
1 COMMON
POWER
- +
Name
1
RS485
RS232
COMMS PORT COMMS PORT
G10 PORT PIN OUTS
AUXILIARY
ETHERNET
(NIC)
[OPTIONAL]
USB HOST
ETHERNET
(NIC)
STATUS
USB
TYPE B
STATUS
PORT B
RS232
PORT B
RS485
PORT A
POWER
CONNECTOR
RS232
PGM PORT
RTS (PIN 6)
Tx
COMM
COMM
Rx
CTS (PIN 1)
RS232
PORT A (PGM)
ETHERNET
TxA (PIN 8)
TxB
COMM
TxEN
RxB
RxA
TxA
TxB (PIN 1)
USB HOST
RTS (PIN 6)
Tx
COMM
COMM
Rx
CTS (PIN 1)
AUXILIARY
ETHERNET
USB
DEVICE
PORT A
3 CHASSIS
2 +DC VOLTAGE
1 COMMON
POWER
- +
RS485
RS232
COMMS PORT COMMS PORT
G12 PORT PIN OUTS
ETHERNET
USB HOST
STATUS
PORT B
AUXILIARY
ETHERNET
(NIC)
STATUS
TxA (PIN 8)
TxB
COMM
TxEN
RxB
RxA
TxA
TxB (PIN 1)
USB
TYPE B
ETHERNET
(NIC)
RS232
PORT A (PGM)
RS485
PORT A
RS232
PORT B
RTS (PIN 6)
Tx
COMM
COMM
Rx
CTS (PIN 1)
USB HOST
TxA (PIN 8)
TxB
COMM
TxEN
RxB
RxA
TxA
TxB (PIN 1)
AUXILIARY
ETHERNET
RS485
PORT B
RTS (PIN 6)
Tx
COMM
COMM
Rx
CTS (PIN 1)
USB
DEVICE
PORT A
3 CHASSIS
2 +DC VOLTAGE
1 COMMON
POWER
- +
[OPTIONAL]
POWER
CONNECTOR
AUXILIARY
RS485
COMMS PORT
RS232
PGM PORT
RS485
RS232
COMMS PORT COMMS PORT
[OPTIONAL]
G15 PORT PIN OUTS
ETHERNET
USB HOST
STATUS
PORT B
AUXILIARY
ETHERNET
(NIC)
STATUS
TxA (PIN 8)
TxB
COMM
TxEN
RxB
RxA
TxA
TxB (PIN 1)
USB
TYPE B
ETHERNET
(NIC)
RS232
PORT A (PGM)
RS485
PORT A
RS232
PORT B
RTS (PIN 6)
Tx
COMM
COMM
Rx
CTS (PIN 1)
USB HOST
TxA (PIN 8)
TxB
COMM
TxEN
RxB
RxA
TxA
TxB (PIN 1)
AUXILIARY
ETHERNET
RS485
PORT B
RTS (PIN 6)
Tx
COMM
COMM
Rx
CTS (PIN 1)
USB
DEVICE
PORT A
3 CHASSIS
2 +DC VOLTAGE
1 COMMON
POWER
- +
[OPTIONAL]
POWER
CONNECTOR
AUXILIARY
RS485
COMMS PORT
RS232
PGM PORT
[OPTIONAL]
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RS485
RS232
COMMS PORT COMMS PORT
Software/Unit Operation
CRIMSON® SOFTWARE
TOUCH ICONS
Crimson® software is available as a free download from Red Lion’s website,
see “Ordering Information” for part number. The latest version of the software
is always available from the website, and updating your copy is free.
There are user programmable soft keys below the display area (See figure).
These softkeys have dead-front icons and have programmable LED backlights.
Both the operation of the softkeys and the LEDs can be configured using
Crimson.
DISPLAY
This operator interface uses a liquid crystal display (LCD) for displaying text
and graphics. The display utilizes an LED backlight for lighting the display. The
backlight can be dimmed for low light conditions.
The LED backlight has 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 Crimson® software when
configuring your unit.
FACTORY RESET BUTTON
The factory reset button located in the lower right area of the rear panel can
be used to clear databases from Graphite units using the following steps:
1. Disconnect power to the unit.
2. Using a thin probe (pin or paperclip, etc), press and hold the reset button and
re-apply power to the unit.
3. Continue to hold the reset button until instructions appear on the Graphite
screen (~10 seconds), then release the reset button.
4. Touch the left-hand side of the Graphite screen to clear the database.
TROUBLESHOOTING YOUR GRAPHITE
TOUCHSCREEN
If for any reason you have trouble operating, connecting, or simply have
questions concerning your new Graphite, contact Red Lion’s technical support.
For contact information, refer to the back page of this bulletin for phone and
fax numbers.
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.
EMAIL: techsupport@redlion.net
Web Site: http://www.redlion.net
BATTERY & TIME KEEPING
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.
WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD - DO NOT DISCONNECT
EQUIPMENT UNLESS POWER HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED
AND THE AREA IS KNOWN TO BE NON-HAZARDOUS.
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A battery is used to keep time when the unit is without power. Typical
accuracy (at 25°C) of the Graphite time keeping is less than one minute per
month drift. The battery of a Graphite unit does not affect the unit’s memory, all
configurations and data is stored in non-volatile memory.
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Changing the Battery
To change the battery of a Graphite, first remove power to the unit. Remove
the battery cover. Grasp the top edge of the battery and push to the left to remove
the battery from the holder. Lift the battery out and replace with a new battery.
Replace the battery cover, and re-apply power. Using Crimson 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. The battery must not be disposed of
in fire, or in a manner whereby it may be damaged and its contents could come
into contact with human skin.
The battery used by the panel is a lithium type BR2032.
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Ordering Information
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Graphite 7” color touch screen, indoor, 24 VDC powered
G07C0000
Graphite 7” color touch screen, indoor/outdoor, 24 VDC powered
G07S0000
Graphite 9” color touch screen, indoor, 24 VDC powered
G09C0000
Graphite 9” color touch screen, indoor, 24 VDC powered, additional Ethernet port
G09C1000
Graphite 10” color touch screen, indoor, 24 VDC powered
G10C0000
Graphite 10” color touch screen, indoor, 24 VDC powered, additional Ethernet port
G10C1000
Graphite 10” high resolution display, color touch screen, indoor, 24 VDC powered
G10R0000
Graphite 10” high resolution display, color touch screen, indoor, 24 VDC powered, additional Ethernet port
G10R1000
Graphite 10” color touch screen, indoor/outdoor, 24 VDC powered
G10S0000
Graphite 10” color touch screen, indoor/outdoor, 24 VDC powered, additional Ethernet port
G10S1000
Graphite 12” color touch screen, indoor, 24 VDC powered
G12C0000
Graphite 12” color touch screen, indoor, 24 VDC powered, additional Ethernet and serial port
G12C1100
Graphite 15” color touch screen, indoor, 24 VDC powered
G15C0000
Graphite 15” color touch screen, indoor, 24 VDC powered, additional Ethernet and serial port
G15C1100
Graphite Module, Single PID, Relay and Analog Outputs
GMP1RA00
Graphite Module, Single PID, Relay Outputs, Heater Current Monitor
GMP1RM00
Graphite Module, Single PID, SSR and Analog Outputs
GMP1SA00
Graphite Module, Single PID, SSR Outputs, Heater Current Monitor
GMP1SM00
Graphite Module, Single PID, Relay Outputs
GMP2R000
Graphite Module, Single PID, Relay and Heater Current Monitor Outputs
GMP2RM00
Graphite Module, Single PID, SSR Outputs
GMP2S000
Graphite Module, Single PID, SSR and Heater Current Monitor Outputs
GMP2SM00
Graphite Module, Digital I/O, 8 Inputs and 6 Relays Outputs
GMDIOR00
Graphite Module, Digital I/O, 8 Inputs and 6 Solid State Outputs
GMDIOS00
Graphite Module, 4 Universal Inputs
GMUIN400
Graphite Module, 4 Analog Outputs
GMOUT400
Graphite Module, 8 DC Current Inputs
GMINI800
Graphite Module, 8 DC Voltage Inputs
GMINV800
Graphite Module, 8 Thermocouple Inputs
GMTC8000
Graphite Module, 6 RTD Inputs
GMRTD600
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LIMITED WARRANTY
The Company warrants the products it manufactures against defects in materials and workmanship for a
period limited to two years from the date of shipment, provided the products have been stored, handled,
installed, and used under proper conditions. The Company’s liability under this limited warranty shall
extend only to the repair or replacement of a defective product, at The Company’s option. The Company
disclaims all liability for any affirmation, promise or representation with respect to the products.
The customer agrees to hold Red Lion Controls harmless from, defend, and indemnify RLC against
damages, claims, and expenses arising out of subsequent sales of RLC products or products containing
components manufactured by RLC and based upon personal injuries, deaths, property damage, lost profits,
and other matters which Buyer, its employees, or sub-contractors are or may be to any extent liable,
including without limitation penalties imposed by the Consumer Product Safety Act (P.L. 92-573) and
liability imposed upon any person pursuant to the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act (P.L. 93-637), as now in
effect or as amended hereafter.
No warranties expressed or implied are created with respect to The Company’s products except those
expressly contained herein. The Customer acknowledges the disclaimers and limitations contained herein
and relies on no other warranties or affirmations.
Red Lion Controls
Headquarters
20 Willow Springs Circle
York PA 17406
Tel +1 (717) 767-6511
Fax +1 (717) 764-0839
Red Lion Controls
Europe
Softwareweg 9
NL - 3821 BN Amersfoort
Tel +31 (0) 334 723 225
Fax +31 (0) 334 893 793
Red Lion Controls
India
201-B, 2nd Floor, Park Centra
Opp 32 Mile Stone, Sector-30
Gurgaon-122002 Haryana, India
Tel +91 984 487 0503
Red Lion Controls
China
Unit 302, XinAn Plaza
Building 13, No.99 Tianzhou Road
ShangHai, P.R. China 200223
Tel +86 21 6113 3688
Fax +86 21 6113 3683
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