Series RH Temperature/Humidity Transmitter DWYER

Series RH Temperature/Humidity Transmitter DWYER
E-90-RH
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Bulletin E-90-RH
Series RH Temperature/Humidity Transmitter
Specifications - Installation and Operating Instructions
Wall Mount
OSA (Outside Air)
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MOUNTING HOLES
TYP 4 PLCS
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Duct Mount
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Sintered Filter Version
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The ultra-fast Series RH Transmitter provides a stable, repeatable, and
accurate means of measuring humidity only or both temperature and
humidity in the harshest of environments. The polymer capacitance sensor
is not affected by condensation, fog, high humidity or contaminants.
Sophisticated integrated circuits provide a high level, fully conditioned, and
temperature compensated 4-20 mA or 0-10V output signal. Dual output
humidity/temperature transmitters are also available with an optional 2-line
alpha numeric LCD.
INSTALLATION
Warning: Disconnect power supply before installation to prevent electrical
shock and equipment damage.
Make sure all connections are in accordance with the job wiring diagram
and in accordance with national and local electrical codes. Use copper
conductors only.
Caution: Use electrostatic discharge precautions (e.g., use of wrist straps)
during installation and wiring to prevent equipment damage.
Avoid locations where severe shock or vibration, excessive moisture or
corrosive fumes are present. NEMA Type 4X (IP65) housings are intended
for outdoor use primarily to provide a degree of protection against windblown dust, rain, and hose-directed water.
Do not exceed ratings of this device, permanent damage not covered by
warranty may result. The 4-20 mA models are not designed for AC voltage operation.
DWYER INSTRUMENTS, INC.
P.O. BOX 373 • MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA 46361, U.S.A.
SPECIFICATIONS
Relative Humidity Range: 0 to 100% RH.
Temperature Range: -40 to 140°F (-40 to 60°C).
Accuracy: ±2% 10 - 90% RH; ±0.9°F @ 72°F (±0.3°C @ 25°C).
Hysteresis: ±1%.
Repeatability: ±0.1% typical.
Temperature Limits: -40 to 140°F (-40 to 60°C).
Storage Temperature: -40 to 176°F (-40 to 80°C).
Compensated Temperature Range: -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C).
4-20 mA Loop Powered Models:
Power Requirements: 10-35 VDC.
Output Signal: 4-20 mA, 2 channels for humidity/temperature
models (loop powered on RH).
0-10V Output Models:
Power Requirements: 15-35 VDC or 15-29 VAC.
Output Signal: 0-10V @ 5 mA max. 2 channels for
humidity/temperature models.
Response Time: 15 seconds.
Electrical Connections: Screw terminal block.
Conduit Connection: Duct mount: 1/2˝ NPS; OSA: 1/2˝ (22.3 mm).
Drift: <1% RH/year.
RH Sensor: Capacitance polymer.
Temperature Sensor: Solid state band gap.
Housing Material: Wall Mount: ABS; Duct Mount: PBT; OSA:
Polycarbonate.
Enclosure Rating: NEMA 4X (IP65) for OSA mount only.
Display: Optional 2-line alpha numeric, 8 characters/line.
Display Resolution: RH: 0.1%; 0.1°F (0.1°C).
Weight: Wall Mount: 0.5 lb (0.25 kg); Duct Mount: 0.6 lb (0.3 kg); OSA: 1
lb (0.45 kg).
Agency Approvals: CE.
Phone: 219/879-8000
Fax: 219/872-9057
www.dwyer-inst.com
e-mail: [email protected]
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Wall Mount
The wall mount models must be mounted as described below:
humidity channel, so power must always be applied to that channel. If
the temperature channel is not equipped or used, it can be left disconnected. The basic two-wire connection is shown in Figure 2.
HINGE
-
BOTTOM PLATE
RH RECEIVER
TEMP. RECEIVER
NOTE: FOR UNITS WITH RH AND TEMPERATURE,
EITHER ONE OR BOTH OUTPUTS MAY BE USED.
OBSERVE CORRECT POLARITY FOR DC POWER
Figure 3
FIGURE 4
SELF-LATCHING
COVER
Figure 1
1. Remove top of base. Push button on bottom of base and lift off
cover. See Figure 1.
2. Select the mounting location, locate away from diffusers,
lights, or any external influences.
3. Mount transmitter on a vertical surface to a standard electrical
box using the two #6 M2C type screws provided.
4. Pull wires through sub base hole and make necessary connections.
5. Replace top of base.
Duct Mount
The transmitter should be mounted away from fans, corners, heating
and cooling coils, and other equipment that will effect the measurement of the relative humidity. It should also be mounted in a location
that receives adequate air flow for proper operation.
1. Drill a 1˝ diameter hole into the duct at the desired location.
2. Center the adjustable mounting ring over the 1˝ hole. Tap the ring
to mark the position of the three #8 sheet metal screws.
3. Remove the mounting ring and drill or punch in the marked hole
locations.
4. Install the ring on the duct.
5. Insert the transmitter probe through the mounting ring until the
sensor is in the center of the duct. Tighten the set screw on the
side of the mounting ring.
6. Remove top screw cover to access wiring terminals.
OSA (Outside Air)
The transmitter should be mounted under an eave, shield, or in an
area that is out of the elements or direct sunlight. The transmitter
should be mounted with the sensor pointing down to prevent water
collection in the sensor cavity.
1. Remove the cover plugs from the face of the unit and the top
cover.
2. Position the transmitter where it is to be mounted and mark the
mounting holes in each corner of the housing.
3. Drill or punch out marked locations.
4. Place the transmitter box over mounting holes on wall and align.
Install wall mount screws (not provided) in mounting holes.
5. Proceed with wiring according to Figure 2.
6. Replace cover and cover plugs on the face of the unit.
WIRING
Use maximum 18 AWG wire for wiring terminals. Refer to Figures 1
and 2 for wiring information.
4-20 mA Output Models
4-20 mA output units may be powered with a 10-35 VDC supply. The
following describes the proper
TEMPERATURE
wiring of these these transmitRECEIVER
+
mA ters with mA output.
3
The Model RH transmitter is
designed as a two-wire 4-20
mA device with two channels.
The channels are common on
the positive side of the current
loops. Sensor excitation power
is derived from the relative
2
1
+
TERMINAL
BLOCK
mA
DISPLAY
The temperature indicated on the display, if equipped with the LCD option, is
field selectable via a jumper located on
the circuit board. Position the jumper for
°F or °C according to Figure 4.
- POWER
SUPPLY
+
SENSOR TO BE
MOUNTED IN
DOWN POSITION
-
MOUNTING
SCREWS
SCREWS
TERMINAL
BLOCK
+
REVERSE PROCESS TO APPLY
COVER
0-10V Output Models
The 0-10V output models may be powered with 15-35 VDC or 15-29 VAC.
Note polarity when using DC power. The
channels are common on the negative
side. For units with RH and temperature
outputs, either or both outputs may be
used. The maximum load is 5 mA (2 k
ohms) for each output. Wire as shown in
Figure 3.
MOUNTING
BACK PLATE
+
TO REMOVE COVER
APPLY PRESSURE TO
BOTTOM PLATE WHERE
INDICATED AND THE TWO
PARTS WILL BECOME
UNHINGED AT TOP
1
P4
C
S1
F
1
2
3
°F/°C Selection Jumper
Figure 4
CHECKOUT
1. Verify that the unit is mounted in the correct position.
2. 4-20 mA Models:
Verify appropriate supply voltage. The transmitter requires a minimum
of 10 and a maximum of 35 VDC at its connection for proper operation. Choose a power supply with a voltage and current rating which
meets this requirement under all operating conditions. If the power
supply is unregulated, make sure voltage remains within these limits
under all power line conditions. Ripple on the supply should not
exceed 100 mV.
Loop Resistance – The maximum allowable loop resistance depends
on the power supply voltage. Maximum loop voltage drop must not
reduce the transmitter voltage below the 10 VDC minimum. Maximum
loop resistance can be calculated with the following equation. Vps is
the power supply voltage.
Rmax =
Vps-10.0
20 mA
Some receivers, particularly loop powered indicators, may maintain a
fixed loop voltage to power the device. This voltage drop must also be
subtracted from the power supply voltage when calculating the voltage margin for the transmitter. The following equation takes this into
account. Vrec is the receiver fixed voltage.
Rmax =
Vps-10.0-Vrec
20 mA
0-10 V Output Models:
Verify appropriate supply voltage. The 0-10V output models require a
DC supply of 15 to 35 V or an AC supply of 15-29 V for proper operation maximum. Both outputs may be loaded simultaneously with 5
mA.
MAINTENANCE
Upon final installation of the Series RH Temperature/Humidity
Transmitter and the companion receiver, no routine maintenance is
required. A periodic check of the system calibration is recommended.
The Series RH is not field serviceable and should be returned if repair
is needed (field repair should not be attempted and may void warranty). Be sure to include a brief description of the problem plus any relevant application notes. Contact customer service to receive a return
goods authorization number before shipping.
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RH RECEIVER
+
-
POWER SUPPLY
NOTE: FOR MODELS WITH RH AND TEMPERATURE, THE RH OUTPUT MUST BE HOOKED UP.
IF THE RH OUTPUT IS NOT REQUIRED, WIRE THE "_" TERMINAL OF THE POWER SUPPLY
TO TERMINAL 1.
©Copyright 2007 Dwyer Instruments, Inc.
Figure 2
Printed in U.S.A. 11/07
DWYER INSTRUMENTS, INC.
P.O. BOX 373 • MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA 46361, U.S.A.
FR# 443339-00 Rev. 2
Phone: 219/879-8000 www.dwyer-inst.com
Fax: 219/872-9057
e-mail: [email protected]
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