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Introduction To This Manual
What is in this
manual?
This installation and operation manual provides detailed technical information about
the CT6000 Programmable Process Counter. It should serve as your technical
resource to install, set up, operate, and test the CT6000 Process Counter.
Who should use
this manual
(audience)
Keep in mind that the function of the CT6000 installed in a mechanical process is to
monitor process, batch, totals, rates, and direction; therefore, it must be installed by
qualified personnel only. This manual is designed for persons who have the primary
responsibility to install, set up, operate, and test the CT6000.
The secondary audience would be those persons seeking technical information about
the electrical concepts and operation of the CT6000.
Knowledge
level
Persons installing, setting up, and operating the CT6000 should have good
knowledge and understanding of electrical and mechanical concepts and principals
pertaining to programmable counters and ratemeters. Again, the CT6000 should be
installed by qualified personnel only.
Notices
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Installing Electro-Sensors, Inc., products is the responsibility of the purchaser,
and is in no way guaranteed by Electro-Sensors, Inc.
While the information in this manual has been carefully reviewed, ElectroSensors, Inc., assumes no liability for any errors or omissions in this manual.
Additionally, Electro-Sensors, Inc., reserves the right to make changes to any
part of the information in this manual, or to the product described herein without
further notices.
No part of this manual may be photocopied, reproduced, or translated to another
language without the prior written consent of Electro-Sensors, Inc.
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Introduction To This Manual
How this manual is organized
Manual
navigation tools
Manual
sections
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This manual contains the following navigation tools:
Table of contents
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Beginning section table of contents
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Index
Each element is designed to help you find the information that you need quickly.
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This manual is divided into the following sections:
Warnings and Cautions, discusses personal injury possibilities and
potential damage to equipment.
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CT6000 Installation, discusses installing the CT6000 into a panel.
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CT6000 Wiring and DIP Switches, discusses practical wiring
practices, wiring schematics, and configuring DIP switches.
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CT6000 Setup, discusses the CT6000 parts and functions, and set up
information.
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CT6000 Programming, discusses programming the operational
variables of the CT6000.
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CT6000 Diagnostics, discusses the tests used to verify the operation
and functionality of the CT6000.
Ɣ Appendix A: CT6000 Specifications, discusses the device specifications.
Ɣ Appendix B: Variables Worksheet.
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Section 1:
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Table of contents
INTRODUCTION TO THIS MANUAL ......................................................................................................... I
What is in this manual? ................................................................................................................i
Who should use this manual (audience) .......................................................................................i
Knowledge level ...........................................................................................................................i
Notices..........................................................................................................................................i
How this manual is organized..........................................................................................................ii
Manual navigation tools ..............................................................................................................ii
Manual sections ...........................................................................................................................ii
Table of contents.............................................................................................................................iii
SECTION 1 ................................................................................................................................................ 1
WARNINGS & CAUTIONS ........................................................................................................................ 1
About warnings and cautions........................................................................................................... 2
Important notice........................................................................................................................... 2
Definitions ................................................................................................................................... 2
Warnings.......................................................................................................................................... 3
Cautions ........................................................................................................................................... 4
SECTION 2 ................................................................................................................................................ 5
CT6000 INSTALLATION .......................................................................................................................... 5
Installation overview........................................................................................................................ 6
After unpacking the CT6000 ....................................................................................................... 6
Tools and materials...................................................................................................................... 6
Installing the CT6000 ...................................................................................................................... 7
Panel cutout ................................................................................................................................. 7
Notes ................................................................................................................................................ 8
SECTION 3 ................................................................................................................................................ 9
CT6000 WIRING & DIP SWITCHES ....................................................................................................... 9
Practical wiring practices............................................................................................................... 10
Wiring practices......................................................................................................................... 10
CT6000 wiring schematics ............................................................................................................ 11
Wiring schematic....................................................................................................................... 11
4-20 mA/0-10 VDC analog outputs ............................................................................................... 12
4-20 mA/0-10 VDC analog output ............................................................................................ 12
Power wiring ............................................................................................................................. 12
Switch input wiring........................................................................................................................ 13
Switch inputs and wiring ........................................................................................................... 13
Single-channel and quadrature signal wiring................................................................................. 14
Signal types ............................................................................................................................... 14
A and B channel input signals ................................................................................................... 14
A and B channel input signal wiring.............................................................................................. 15
A and B channel input signal wiring ......................................................................................... 15
CT6000 DIP switches .................................................................................................................... 16
Sensor DIP switches .................................................................................................................. 16
Quadrature ESI dip-switch settings .......................................................................................... 16
Single channel ESI dip-switch settings ..................................................................................... 17
Sensor connections .................................................................................................................... 17
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SECTION 4 .............................................................................................................................................. 19
CT6000 SET-UP PARAMETERS ............................................................................................................. 19
CT6000 parts and functions ........................................................................................................... 20
Overview ................................................................................................................................... 20
CT6000 set-up parameters ............................................................................................................. 22
Set-up parameters ...................................................................................................................... 22
Set point and relay output values............................................................................................... 22
SECTION 5 .............................................................................................................................................. 23
CT6000 PROGRAMMING ....................................................................................................................... 23
Programmable variables................................................................................................................. 24
Variables.................................................................................................................................... 24
How to select a variable and view its data ..................................................................................... 26
Overview ................................................................................................................................... 26
Selecting a variable.................................................................................................................... 26
Viewing the variable’s data ....................................................................................................... 27
Exiting ....................................................................................................................................... 27
Keypad keys used to access and program variables ...................................................................... 28
Overview ................................................................................................................................... 28
How to select and change the numerical value of a variable ......................................................... 29
An exercise ................................................................................................................................ 29
Selecting and displaying a variable’s data................................................................................. 29
Changing the variable’s value ................................................................................................... 30
Saving the Value and exiting..................................................................................................... 30
Programming rate time multiplier display ..................................................................................... 31
Variable 03, time base ............................................................................................................... 31
Counter initial and reset values ................................................................................................. 31
Variables 4 thru 9, counter initial and reset values.................................................................... 31
Example ......................................................................................................................................... 32
Programming the relay outputs...................................................................................................... 33
Overview ................................................................................................................................... 33
Variable 17, output functions .................................................................................................... 33
Relay and transistor outputs ..................................................................................................... 34
Output value .............................................................................................................................. 34
Set point on time........................................................................................................................ 34
Latching output.......................................................................................................................... 34
Variables.................................................................................................................................... 34
Programming the analog outputs ................................................................................................... 35
Overview ................................................................................................................................... 35
Variable 21 analog output selection .......................................................................................... 35
Variable 22 ................................................................................................................................ 35
4 mA display.............................................................................................................................. 35
Variable 23 ................................................................................................................................ 35
20 mA display............................................................................................................................ 35
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Programming the switch inputs ..................................................................................................... 36
Overview ................................................................................................................................... 36
Variable 18, input function selection......................................................................................... 36
Variable 10 totalizer count mode.............................................................................................. 36
Reset outputs 1, 2 and 3............................................................................................................ 37
Variable 19, count inhibit .......................................................................................................... 37
Reset display count.................................................................................................................... 37
Reset all counts.......................................................................................................................... 37
Reset process count ................................................................................................................... 37
Reset batch count....................................................................................................................... 37
SECTION 6 .............................................................................................................................................. 39
CT6000 DIAGNOSTICS .......................................................................................................................... 39
Keypad and display test ................................................................................................................. 40
Overview ................................................................................................................................... 40
Keypad and display test............................................................................................................. 40
Relay output test ............................................................................................................................ 41
Overview ................................................................................................................................... 41
Relay output test ........................................................................................................................ 41
Switch input test............................................................................................................................. 42
Overview ................................................................................................................................... 42
Switch input test ........................................................................................................................ 42
4-20 mA/0-10 VDC analog output test .......................................................................................... 43
Overview ................................................................................................................................... 43
Adjusting the output .................................................................................................................. 43
Reset the variables ......................................................................................................................... 45
Overview ................................................................................................................................... 45
Reset variables........................................................................................................................... 45
Set and change the security code number ...................................................................................... 46
Overview ................................................................................................................................... 46
Variable 20, keypad lockout...................................................................................................... 46
Variable 00, security code number and location ....................................................................... 46
Setting security .......................................................................................................................... 47
APPENDIX A:.......................................................................................................................................... 49
CT6000 SPECIFICATIONS...................................................................................................................... 49
APPENDIX B:.......................................................................................................................................... 51
CT6000 VARIABLES WORKSHEET ....................................................................................................... 51
INDEX ..................................................................................................................................................... 53
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Section 1
Warnings & Cautions
Introduction
This section discusses warnings and cautions to guard against the possibility of
injury to persons and damage to equipment. Since the CT6000 monitors the process,
batch, totals, rate, and direction of various mechanical systems, observe all warnings
and cautions that pertain to the mechanical system that the device monitors as well.
In this section
These are the topics:
Topic
About warnings and cautions
Warnings
Cautions
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About warnings and cautions
Important
notice
Read the warnings and cautions in this section before attempting to install, set up, or
operate the CT6000. Warnings and cautions appear in this section and throughout
this manual.
Definitions
Warnings are given when there is the possibility of injury to persons.
Cautions are given when there is the possibility of damage to equipment.
The warning label will appear as follows:
Warning
The caution label will appear as follows:
Caution
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Warnings
Warning
Always turn the power source OFF before wiring the CT6000. Failure to observe this warning
could result in an electrical shock or damage to the equipment.
Warning
During a Stop condition, any slight movement of the shaft or magnetic disc could activate the
control relay and start a motor. To prevent starting the motor accidentally, always use proper
LOCKOUT, TAG OUT procedures. Failure to observe this warning could result in an injury to
persons or damage to equipment.
Warning
Do not touch the Pulser Disc or Wrap while it is spinning. Failure to observe this warning could
result in a hand injury.
Warning
Always wear protective eye goggles when using power tools. Failure to observe this warning
could result in an eye injury or blindness.
Warning
Practical wiring practices must be followed when wiring industrial equipment such as the
CT6000. Failure to follow practical wiring practices could result in an injury to persons or
damage to equipment.
Warning
The CT6000 is a programmable process counter and must be installed by qualified personnel
only. Failure to observe this warning could result in an injury to persons or damage to
equipment.
Warning
Only qualified personnel should attempt to connect any wires to the CT6000. Failure to observe
this warning could result in an injury to persons or damage to equipment.
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Cautions
Caution
Power to sensors is provided at TB2–6 (+12 VDC) and TB2–5 (common) on the CT6000.
Wiring to those inputs should be shielded cable with the shield tied to TB2–5 common only.
Failure to observe this caution could result in improper sensor operation.
Caution
Always turn the power source OFF before wiring the CT6000. Failure to observe this caution
could result in damage to the CT6000.
Caution
Never use shielded cable with extra conductors. Extra conductors can act as antennas, picking
up electrical noise. Failure to observe this caution could result in improper sensor operation.
Caution
The CT6000 standard uses 115 VAC, 6 VA @ 60/50 Hz, with 230 VAC and 12 and 24 VDC as
an option. Make sure you know the correct supply voltage before applying power to the
CT6000. Failure to observe this caution could result in damage to the CT6000.
Caution
Do not touch the Pulser Disc or Wrap while it is spinning. Failure to observe this caution could
cause an interruption in pulse generation, resulting in a disruption in the mechanical process
being monitored.
Caution
When the digital input function is programmed as a Reset input, and the switch input remains
closed, the relay will never turn OFF regardless of the operating condition. A momentary
contact closure of the switch is advised. Failure to observe this caution could result in damage
to the equipment.
Caution
Only qualified personnel should attempt to connect any wires to the CT6000. Failure to observe
this caution could result in damage to the equipment.
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Section 2
CT6000 Installation
Introduction
This section discusses unpacking and then installing the CT6000 into a panel.
In this section
These are the topics:
Topic
Installation overview
Installing the CT6000
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Installation overview
Warning
The CT6000 is a programmable process counter and must be installed by qualified personnel
only. Failure to observe this warning could result in an injury to persons or damage to
equipment.
After
unpacking the
CT6000
After unpacking the CT6000, save the following items:
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Packing list
All instructions and other documentation
Verify that all parts were shipped via the packing list.
Tools and
materials
To accomplish the CT6000 installation, obtain the following tools and materials:
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Safety glasses
Power drill
Drill bit (#21)
Loctite or similar adhesive
Gap-measuring tool
Standard electrician’s tools
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S2–CT6000 Installation
Installing the CT6000
Panel cutout
To install the CT6000 into an instrument panel, do the following:
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
Action
Cut a rectangular hole in the panel to the dimensions shown in Figure 1.
Loosen the screws holding the mounting bracket to the CT6000 and
remove it, as shown in Figure 1.
Slide the CT6000 into the cutout.
Replace the mounting bracket and tighten the screws do not over
tighten. See Figure 1.
Note: Allow a minimum of 1.5 inches of clearance on all sides of the CT6000 (all
dimensions are in inches).
Ins ert Mou nting Bracke t
3.10"
R em ove Mounting Bracket
Front
View
4.85"
Side View
4.28"
5.5 0"
6.25"
2.61"
Panel
C uto ut
4.31"
To p
View
2.58"
Figure 1: CT6000 Dimensions
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Notes
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Section 3
CT6000 Wiring & DIP Switches
Introduction
This section discusses electrical information concerning the CT6000, including
wiring practices, wiring schematics, and DIP-switch settings.
In this section
These are the topics:
Topic
Practical wiring practices
CT6000 wiring schematics
4-20 mA/0-10 VDC analog outputs
Switch input wiring
Single channel and quadrature signal wiring
A and B channel input signal wiring
CT6000 DIP switch settings
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Practical wiring practices
Warning
Practical wiring practices must be followed when wiring industrial equipment such as the
CT6000. Failure to follow the practical wiring practices listed below could result in an injury to
persons or damage to equipment.
Wiring
practices
The following is a list of practical wiring practices for installing industrial
equipment. It is critically important that you observe and follow these wiring
practices when wiring the CT6000.
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All control signals must be shielded cable. The shield must be tied to common or
earth ground at the receiving end only. In some environments, earth ground
could contain excessive electrical noise. If you encounter problems using earth
ground as a shield-tie point, switch the shields to signal common. All
connections to the controller are considered signal, unless they carry AC voltage.
Never use a shielded cable with unused conductors. The unused conductors act
as antennas. Attempting to tie the unused conductors to ground or other signalcarrying wires will create different antenna configurations. In many cases, an
unshielded wire could be less susceptible to electrical noise. Always make sure
that a shielded cable with the correct number of conductors is used.
All control signals must be separated from power wires. Power wiring includes
any AC or DC wires carrying voltages with a current potential of greater than
one (1) amp or a voltage greater than 24 volts. This includes, but is not limited
to, 115 VAC, 230 VAC, and 460 VAC. Do not bundle shielded cables and power
wires together.
Do not run signal cables along high magnetic or electrostatic generators. This
includes, but is not limited to, motors, fans, contactors, igniters, etc. Aluminum
shielded cable does not stop magnetically induced noise; braided shielded cable
only partially reduces magnetically induced noise.
An earth ground wire must be installed on microprocessor-based equipment
when required. Do not rely on the enclosure’s contact with the panel for earth
ground. Earth ground is often used in noise-rejection circuitry as well as for
safety.
Contactors, solenoids, and relay coils connected to the same AC power source,
or in the same enclosure panel as the controller, must be suppressed with a
capacitor-resistor filter across the coil. These can be made with a 1 kV capacitor
and a ¼-watt resistor in series, or they can be purchased in a pre-made package.
Use a capacitance value of 0.1 microfarad or larger and a resistance value of 500
ohms or less.
When stepped-down AC voltage is use with equipment, a capacitor/resistor
network or a filter should be placed across the secondary.
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CT6000 wiring schematics
Warning
Only qualified personnel should attempt to connect any wires to the CT6000. Failure to observe
this warning could result in an injury to persons.
Caution
Do not wire the CT6000 to 230 VAC , 12 or 24 VDC unless it has been specially wired for that
voltage. The standard voltage setting is 115 VAC. Failure to observe this caution could result in
damage to the CT6000.
Wiring
schematic
Figure 2 shows the various wiring schemes for the CT6000.
DC
+
-
PLC etc.
Figure 2: CT6000 Wiring
Note: Power for the switch inputs must be the same as the power supplied to the
CT6000
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4-20 mA/0-10 VDC analog outputs
4-20 mA/0-10
VDC analog
output
The 4-20 mA analog output supports a maximum load resistance of 500ȍ. The
analog output plus (+) signal is at TB4–7, and the negative (-) signal is at TB4–8, as
shown in Figure 3.
See the Diagnostics section for additional information about the analog outputs.
Figure 3: Wiring for Optional Analog Outputs 4-20 mA / 0-10 VDC
Power wiring
The CT6000 standard comes setup for 115 VAC, 6 VA at 50/60 Hz. An external
1/16 amp slow-blow fuse must be provided by the customer. Connect AC power
to TB1–1, Line (+), and TB1–2, Neutral (-). See Figure 4.
TB1
DC
+
Line (1)
- Neutral (L2)
1 +
2
-
3 NC
4
5
6
7
8
Figure 4: AC/DC Power and Switch Wiring
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Switch input wiring
Switch inputs
and wiring
There are three (3) programmable switch inputs for variable 18. They are used to
Reset the outputs, or to freeze the display. Inputs 1, 2, and 3 require a voltage equal
to the supply voltage, which is at the same potential as the input Line (L1), (+DC)
voltage. The opposite sides (non accessible) of these solid-state inputs are tied to
input Neutral (L2), (-DC). Wire input 1 to TB2–1, input 2 to TB2–2, and input 3, to
TB2–3. See Figure 5.
Figure 5: Wiring For Switch Inputs
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Single-channel and quadrature signal wiring
Signal types
There are two (2) signal types: Single Channel and Quadrature:
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Single Channel – Rate information is provided by a single-pulse generator
connected to channel A, input terminal, TB2–7.
Quadrature – Quadrature signals are configured for speed and direction. Sensor
wiring is across TB2, 7 and 8. Rate information is provided by a two-channel
quadrature pulse generator with a 90º phase shift between the signals, as shown
in Figure 6.
0
180
90
360
270
Output (1)
Output (2)
Figure 6: Two-Channel Quadrature Signals 90º Phase Shift
A and B
channel input
signals
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These inputs require a frequency input relative to speed. Devices such as Hall-Effect
sensors, encoders, or magnetic pickups can be used. Voltage to these sensors is from
TB2–6 (+12 VDC) and TB2–5 (common). The maximum current draw available is
100 mA @ 12 VDC, unregulated.
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A and B channel input signal wiring
Caution
Never use shielded cable with extra conductors. Extra conductors can act as antennas, picking
up electrical noise. Failure to observe this caution could result in improper sensor operation.
A and B
channel input
signal wiring
Wiring to channel inputs A and B must be shielded cable, with the shield tied to
TB2–5 common only. TB2–7 is the single-channel A input signal, and TB2–8 is the
channel B input signal.
Figure 7: Wiring for Channels A and B Input Signals
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CT6000 DIP switches
The sensor DIP switches are located on the bottom of the CT6000, as shown in
Figure 8. Sensor input and switch information is shown in Table 1.
Sensor DIP
switches
Table 1: Sensor Input Configuration DIP Switches
Input
Channel A TB2–7
Input Type
NPN
PNP
Switch ON
Switch OFF
7
5, 6, 8
8
5, 6, 7
Mag. 2
Wire
5, 6
7, 8
Channel B TB2–8
Logic
Level
None
5, 6
NPN
PNP
3
1, 2, 4
4
1, 2, 3
Mag. 2
Wire
1, 2
3, 4
Logic
Level
None
1, 2, 3, 4
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Quadrature
ESI dip-switch
settings
When using Quadrature feedback, set switch position 9 to OFF.
When using single channel mode, turn the inactive channel to PNP, and set
switch position 9 to ON.
Since all 3-wire sensing devices produced by Electro-Sensors, Inc., are NPN open
collector, for standard Quadrature operation switch positions 3 and 7 are set to ON,
and all others are set to OFF, as shown in Figure 8.
OFF
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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Figure 8: Quadrature ESI Dip-Switch Setting
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CT6000 DIP switches, continued
Single channel
ESI dip-switch
settings
When using a 3-wire sensing device produced by Electro-Sensors in single channel
mode, channel A is set to NPN. Channel B must be set to PNP and switch position 9
must be set to ON. The standard single channel operation switch positions 4, 7 and 9
are set to ON, and all others are set to OFF, as shown in Figure 8a.
OFF
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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Figure 8a: Single Channel ESI Dip-Switch Settings
Sensor
connections
Sensor connection information is shown in Table 2.
Table 2: Sensor Connections
Connection
TB2–5, Common
TB2–6, Supply
TB2–7, Signal A
TB2–8, Signal B
Sensor 906/907
ESI Prox
ESI Other
Clear/White
Red
Black
*
Green
Blue
Brown
Black
N/A
Black
Red
Clear/White
Green
Note: If the count is reversed, swap signal A and signal B wires.
* Present in bi-directional version only.
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Notes
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Section 4
CT6000 Set-Up Parameters
Introduction
This section discusses information about the CT6000 operations panel and set-up
parameters.
In this section
These are the topics:
Topic
CT6000 parts and functions
CT6000 set-up parameters
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CT6000 parts and functions
Overview
The CT6000 face contains five (5) status LEDs, a 6-digit display, and a keypad
containing nine (9) keys. See Figures 9 and 9a. The letters in Figures 9 and 9a
represent each part on the front panel of the CT6000, shown in Table 3. The Parts
and Functions table that follows describes the function of each part.
Sensor DIP switches, located on the bottom of the CT6000, are not discussed in this
section; see “CT6000 DIP Switches” in Section 3.
B
A
C
D
E
Figure 9: CT6000 Front Panel Description
Table 3: CT6000 Panel Parts and Functions
Part
A
B
C
D
E
Function
ROLLOVER LED will light when the total count has been exceeded.
The PROG LED will light when the VAR key is pressed, indicating
Program Mode. It also turns ON when the DIAG key is pressed, entering
Diagnostic Mode.
The PROCESS LED will light when viewing the process count, variables
04 and 05.
The BATCH LED will light when viewing the batch count, variables 06
and 07.
The TOTAL LED will light when viewing the total count, variables 08 and
09. Rate is displayed when the LED is flashing.
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CT6000 parts and functions, continued
O
N
F
M
G
L
H
I
K
J
Figure 9a: CT6000 Front Panel Description
Table 3: CT6000 Panel Parts and Functions (continued)
Part
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
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Function
The COUNT RESET key is used to clear the count that appears on the
display and variable 03. Resets any output associated with the count.
The ENTER key is used in Program Mode to view or set the value of a
variable after it has been changed.
The RIGHT ARROW key, when pressed, selects the next digit to the right
when in Program Mode.
The DOWN ARROW key, when pressed in Program Mode, decrements the
active digit position on the display down by one (1). Pressing the Down
arrow key will cycle the Display through the counters right to left.
The DIAG key, when pressed, enters Diagnostic Mode. Press the DIAG key
again to exit Diagnostic Mode.
The DECIMAL POINT key, when pressed in Program Mode, moves the
decimal point to the left, one place.
The LEFT ARROW key, when pressed in Program Mode, selects the next
digit to the left.
The VAR key, when pressed, enters Program Mode.
The UP ARROW key, when pressed in Program Mode, increments the
active digit position on the display up by one (1). Pressing the Up arrow key
will cycle the Display through the counters left to right.
The 6-digit display.
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CT6000 set-up parameters
Set-up
parameters
The CT6000 comes from the factory set for NPN open-collector operation. In most
applications, when using a standard or quad Hall-Effect sensor with the model 255
disc, only a few variables need to be programmed, such as input mode, pre-scale for
1 pulse, process control reset value, and output values. If you are using a 255 disc or
standard wrap, variable 02 should be the default value of 8 PPR, which equals 0.125,
the value of one pulse. A typical shaft-monitoring scenario for the CT6000 is shown
in Figure 10.
Figure 10: CT6000 Monitoring Process
Set point and
relay output
values
Set points, on-times, and output function selection for example:
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Variables 11, 13, and 15: Outputs 1, 2. and 3 respectively, hold the set point
value.
Variables 12, 14, and 16: On-Time values can be set from 0.1 second to 600.0
seconds, which will meet most input requirements.
Variable 17: Output function selection sets up relay outputs 1, 2, and 3. Also, see
page 33, output functions.
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CT6000 Programming
Introduction
This section discusses information about programming the CT6000.
In this section
These are the topics:
Topic
Programmable variables
How to select a variable and view its data
Keypad keys used to access and program variables
How to select and change the numerical value of a variable
Programming rate time multiplier display
Programming the relay outputs
Programming the analog outputs
Programming the switch inputs
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Programmable variables
Variables
Table 4 describes the programmable variables for the CT6000.
Table 4: CT6000 Programmable Variables
Var #
00
Variable Name
Security Match
Code
Description
Page
This value is compared to the security code number, which was
programmed in diagnostics.
If this number matches the security code number, the
keypad lockout function is disabled.
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If the number does not match the security code number, the
keypad lockout function remains enabled.
Keypad lockout is set in variable 20.
01
Input Mode
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000000
0 = Channel A
Counts pluses received at channel
A input
1 = Channel B* Counts pluses received at channel B
input
2 = (A+B)*
Adds the pulses on channels A/B
together
3 = (A-B)*
Subtracts pulses on channel B from
pulses on channel A
4 = Quadrature
When channel A leads B, a positive
pulse count results; when channel B
leads A, a negative pulse count
results
*Factory Set Options
02
03
04
05
06
Prescale for 1
Pulse
Time Multiplier
Process Control
Initial Value
Process Control
Reset Value
Batch Control
Initial Value
Display units per pulse—pulse prescale. (8 pulses per process
= 0.125 pulse prescale.)
This value determines the Rate display scaling—time base. The
rate display is calculated in process counts/second, and then
multiplied by this value to give a selectable rate display. An
entry of 60 will give process counts per minute; 360 will give
process counts per hour.
Value that the Process counter will be reset to.
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Value that the Process counter will initiate a rollover into the
next stage, and reset or stop.
Value that the Batch counter will be reset to.
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31
31
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Programmable variables, continued
Table 4: CT6000 Programmable Variables (continued)
Var #
Variable Name
07
11
12
Batch Control
Reset Value
Total Counter
Initial Value
Total Counter
Reset Value
Totalizer Counter
Mode
Output 1 Value
Output 1 Time
13
14
Output 2 Value
Output 2 Time
15
16
Output 3 Value
Output 3 Time
17
Output Function
Selection
Input Switch
Function
Selection
Count Inhibit
08
09
10
18
19
20
21
22
23
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Keypad Lockout
Analog Output
Selection
Display Value at
4 mA
Display Value at
20 mA
Description
Page
Value at that the Batch counter will initiate a rollover into the
next stage, and reset or stop.
Value that the Total counter will be reset to.
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Value that the Total counter will initiate a reset or stop.
31
Dictates how the Total count is derived.
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The value that the output 1 will deactivate.
The time output 1 will stay inactive when a set point condition
occurs up to 600 seconds. The output latch code value is
999.9.
The value that output 2 will deactivate.
The time output 2 will stay inactive when a set point condition
occurs up to 600 seconds. The output latch code value is
999.9.
The value that output 3 will deactivate.
The time output 3 will stay inactive when a set point condition
occurs up to 600 seconds. The output latch code value is
999.9.
Selects the set point function for the relay outputs.
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22 34
22 34
22 34
22 34
22 34
22 34
22 33
The configuration function for the switch inputs
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Programming the count inhibit will stop all the counters when
the selected counter reaches the reset value.
Selects the keys to be disabled when security is set.
Selects the function the analog out will represent.
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The rate-display value to be represented at 4 mA output.
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The rate-display value to be represented at 20 mA output.
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How to select a variable and view its data
Overview
Each programmable variable can be selected and its data viewed within a few key
presses the result will appear on the display. The following procedure shows how
to enter Program Mode and view the data for variable 01, Input mode.
Selecting a
variable
To select variable 01, do the following three steps:
Step
1.
Action
Press the VAR key; the PROG LED will light, and the display will show
Pr (Program Mode) and a variable with the 1’s digit position flashing. See
Figure 11 for a pictorial of this step.
ROLL
PROG PROC BATCH TOTAL
OVER
LED ON
0 0 P r 0 1
Count
Reset
VAR
Press
ENTER
DIAG
Figure 11: CT6000 Placed in Program Mode Displaying Variable 01
Note: The CT6000 will remember the last variable selected and changed until the
CT6000 is powered Down and then Up. This will Reset the CT6000 to
display Pr01 (the first time you enter Program Mode after a power-up).
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How to select a variable and view its data, continued
Viewing the
variable’s data
To view the data for variable 01, do the following:
Step
2.
Action
Press the ENTER key to go to the data-entry level; the display will show
000000, the (default value) for variable 01, Input Mode, with the 1’s digit
position flashing. See Figure 12 for a pictorial of this step.
ROLL
PROG PROC BATCH TOTAL
OVER
0 0 0 0 0 0
000000 RPM (default value) for variable 01,
with 1’s digit position flashing
ENTER
Figure 12: Data for Variable 01
Exiting
To exit the variable without changing its value, do the following:
Step
3.
Action
Press the VAR or ENTER key to exit Program Mode with no change to
the data. See Figure 13 for a pictorial of this step.
ROLL
PROG PROC BATCH TOTAL
OVER
LED OFF
0 0 0 0 0 0
Meter idle display (Program Mode exited)
VAR
ENTER
Press Either
Figure 13: Exit Program Mode Without Changing the Variable’s Value
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Keypad keys used to access and program variables
Overview
You can access and program the variables by using the VAR, LEFT ARROW,
RIGHT ARROW, UP ARROW, DOWN ARROW, DECIMAL, and ENTER keypad
keys. The COUNT and DIAG keys are inactive when the CT6000 is in Program
Mode. Figure 14 shows only the keys used to program the variables.
Table 5 describes the keys and their functions.
A
B
VAR
C
G
D
ENTER
F
E
Figure 14: Keypad Keys Used to Program Variables
Table 5: CT6000 Keys and Functions for Programming Variables
Key
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
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Function
Ɣ
Press the VAR key to enter Program Mode; the display will show Pr
(Program Mode) and the last selected programmable variable, 01 thru
23.
Ɣ
Press the VAR key again to exit Program Mode.
Press the UP ARROW key to increment the flashing digit by one (1) on the
display.
Ɣ
Press the ENTER key to go to the data-entry level for the
programmable variable.
Ɣ
Press the ENTER key to accept the new numerical value and exit
Program Mode.
Press the Right ARROW key to select a digit position from left to right on
the display.
Press the DOWN ARROW key to decrement the flashing digit by one (1)
on the display.
Press the DECIMAL key to position the decimal point at each digit
position, from right to left, on the display.
Press the LEFT ARROW key to select a digit position from right to left on
the display.
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How to select and change the numerical value of a variable
The following 7-step procedure shows:
An exercise
Ɣ
Ɣ
Ɣ
Ɣ
How to enter Program Mode
How to change from variable 01 (Input Mode) to variable 02 (Prescale for 1
Pulse)
How to change the value of variable 02 from 000.125 to 000.133
How to save the change, and exit Program Mode
Note: You can use the following 7-step procedure to select any variable, change its
value, and save the results.
Note:
Selecting and
displaying a
variable’s data
You can select a variable and change its value, either when the CT6000 is
monitoring or when it is idle.
To select variable 02 and display its data, press the key sequence shown in the three
(3) steps below, while viewing the results on the display.
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
ROLL
PROG PROC BATCH TOTAL
OVER
ROLL
PROG PROC BATCH TOTAL
OVER
ROLL
PROG PROC BATCH TOTAL
OVER
0 0 P r 0 1
0 0 P r 0 2
0 0 0. 1 2 5
LED ON
Data Entry Level
Count
Reset
VAR
Press
Press
ENTER
DIAG
ENTER
Press
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How to select and change the numerical value of a variable, continued
To change the pulse prescales from 000.125 to 000.133 for variable 02, press each
key the number of times shown in the three (3) steps below, while viewing the
results on the display.
Changing the
variable’s value
Step 4
Step 5
Step 6
ROLL
PROG PROC BATCH TOTAL
OVER
ROLL
PROG PROC BATCH TOTAL
OVER
ROLL
PROG PROC BATCH TOTAL
OVER
0 0 0. 1 2 3
0 0 0. 1 2 3
0 0 0. 1 3 3
Press
Press
Press
Twice
Saving the
Value and
exiting
To save the new value and exit Program Mode, press the ENTER key shown in Step
7 below, and view the result on the display the PROG LED is OFF.
Step 7
ROLL
PROG PROC BATCH TOTAL
OVER
LED OFF
0 0 0 0 0 0
Meter idle display (Program Mode exited)
ENTER
Press
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Programming rate time multiplier display
Variable 03,
time base
Time base: the rate display is calculated in process counts/second, and then
multiplied by this value to give a user the selectable rate display. An entry of 60 will
give process counts per minute—3600 will give process counts per hour.
You can access the rate display by pressing the UP or DOWN ARROW key until the
Total LED flashes.
Counter initial
and reset values
Initial value: The initial value of all counters is the value that the counters are reset
to (typically zero), after a count reset. A count reset will occur by press
the Front or Back Panel Reset button, or exceeding the count reset
value.
Reset Value: The reset value is the level that the counter will return to (the initial
value) unless the counter is programmed to inhibit counts at the reset
value. If the counter inhibits counts at the reset value, all count
registers will stop counting until the counter causing delay is reset by
pressing the Front or Back Panel Reset button.
Variables 4
thru 9, counter
initial and reset
values
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Variable numbers for counter initial and reset values:
Initial Value
Reset Value
Process
Variable 4
Variable 5
Batch
Variable 6
Variable 7
Totalizer
Variable 8
Variable 9
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Programming the relay outputs
Overview
Variables 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17 establish the functional operating parameters
for the relay outputs.
Variable 17,
output
functions
The Output Function Selections selects the function of the transistor outputs. The
factory optional relay functions are also programmed here. The outputs are deenergized when the programmed count equals the programmed values.
Notes:
The digital output types listed above are only on versions 1.09 and later.
When using these modes, ensure that the relay contact is closed (not open)
during normal operation because the normal failure mode of the relays is that
they will drop and the contacts will open. If it is necessary to have open contacts
during normal operation, use an external form-C relay with the transistor
outputs.
These two functions are illegal: 1:4 (maintained open greater than: Underspeed
and 2:5 maintained open less than: Overspeed0— relays will remain open for
these combinations.
When the relay contacts are open in the maintained greater than or less than
function, they are subject to the on-time delay. After the condition is cleared, the
default is “1” second—the minimum delay is “0.1” second.
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Programming the relay outputs, continued
Relay and
transistor
outputs
Programming values for the transistor and relay outputs are numbered 1 thru 3. Upon
power up, these outputs will energize. When the programmed value is reached, the
corresponding output will de-energize. The relay outputs are optional.
Output value
Enter the set point value, based on the selected count that will de-energize the output.
This variable can be a negative value. See Table 6 below.
Set point on
time
The set point on time programs the minimum time that the output will stay deenergized when the output value is reached (0.1 to 600 seconds). See Table 6 below.
Latching
output
Set the output on time to 999.9 seconds for the “latching output.” A latching output
must be cleared by a “reset input” (See Programming inputs) or by “powering
down.” See Table 6 below.
Variables
Table 6 presents output programming variables.
Table 6: Output Programming Variables
Item
Output Value
On-Time
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Output 1
Variable 11
Variable 12
Output 2
Variable 13
Variable 14
Output 3
Variable 15
Variable 16
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Programming the analog outputs
Overview
Any count or the count rate is represented by the analog output and selected in
Variable 21. The 4-20 mA range is then specified in variables 22 and 23. The output
is linear between the two specific points. See Figure 15.
TB4
NC
1
NC
2
NC
3
NC
4
NC
5
NC
6
4 - 20 mA Output 7
Signal +
Common 8
Signal -
Figure 15: Analog Output
Variable 21
analog output
selection
Enter the function that the 4-20 mA output will follow.
Variable 22
This variable contains the display value when the analog output is 4 mA. The default
value is “0.”
4 mA display
Digital Output Function
0 = Unused
1 = Process Counter
2 = Batch Counter
3 = Totalizer Count
4 = Rate
Note: Variables 22 and 23 can be set for reverse direction 1000 – 0, or as a
window, 200 – 800 RPM—can also be a negative value.
Variable 23
20 mA display
This variable contains the display value when the analog output is 20 mA. The
default value is “1000.”
Note: Variables 22 and 23 can be set for reverse direction 1000 – 0, or as a
window, 200 – 800 RPM—can also be a negative value.
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Programming the switch inputs
Overview
The switch inputs are configured using variable 18. The switch inputs can be
configured to reset the outputs, counts, process, batch, and totalizer.
For switch input wiring, see the CT6000 Wiring & DIP Switches section.
Caution
When the digital input function is programmed as a reset input and the switch input remains
closed, the relay will never turn OFF regardless of the operating condition. A momentary
contact closing of the switch is advised. Failure to observe this caution could result in damage
to the equipment.
Variable 18,
input function
selection
This variable configures the function of the switch inputs. The input functions’ bit
assignments are shown below:
Display Characters
0 0 0 0 0 0
Digital Input Functions
Output 1
Output 2
Output 3
Variable 10
totalizer count
mode
0 = Unused
1 = Reset Process Counter
2 = Reset Batch Counter
3 = Reset Totalizer
4 = Reset Output 1
5 = Reset Output 2
6 = Reset Output 3
7 = Count Inhibit
8 = Reset Display Count
9 = Reset All Counts
When the input is activated, the totalizer count will seek a value as close as possible
to its initial value, and remain synchronized with whichever counter increments the
totalizer. For example, if the process counter is at its initial value, it will reset to that
value. Any output linked to the totalizer counter and de-energized will reset to the
energized state. The following explains each mode:
Value
Mode
Description
0
Independent
The totalizer count increments when the batch counter
exceeds its programmed rest value.
1
Totalizer
Process
The totalizer increments with the process counter.
2
Totalizer
Batch
The totalizer increments with the batch counter.
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Programming the switch inputs, continued
Reset outputs
1, 2 and 3
When the input is activated, the set point output is disabled. The output will remain
disabled until the input is de-activated.
Variable 19,
count inhibit
Programming the count inhibit will stop all counters when the programmed counter
reaches its reset value. To restart the counters, the programmed count must be reset
via the Front or Back Panel Reset button. Count inhibit configurations:
0 = Unused
1 = Process
2 = Batch
3 = Totalizer
Reset display
count
This input function mirrors the actions of the Front Panel Reset button.
Reset all counts
All counts will reset to the their initial values and all outputs will reset to their
energized states.
Reset process
count
When the input is activated, the process count will go to its initial value. Any output
that is linked to the process counter then de-energized, will be reset to the energized
state.
Reset batch
count
When the input is activated, the batch count will reach a value close to its initial
value and remain synchronized with the process counter. If the process counter is at
its initial value when the batch is reset, the batch counter will reset to its initial value.
Any de-energized output linked to the batch counter will reset to the energized state.
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Notes
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Section 6
CT6000 Diagnostics
Introduction
Diagnostics are used to test the functionality of the CT6000. When the DIAG key is
pressed, the CT6000 will display “dIAg,” and all of the LEDs will light. The LEDs
will remain on until you exit Diagnostic Mode.
In Diagnostics you can do the following:
Test the keypad and display
Test the switch inputs
Test the relay output
Test the 4-20 mA / 0-10 VDC output
Reset the variables
Set keypad security
In this section
These are the topics:
Topic
Keypad and display test
Relay output test
Switch input test
4-20 mA / 0-10 VDC analog output test
Reset the variables
Set and change the security code number
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41
42
43
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Keypad and display test
Overview
The keypad diagnostic tests the functionality of each key and bit position on the
display.
Keypad and
display test
To perform the keypad and display test, do the following:
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
Action
Press the DIAG key.
Press the VAR key; the display will show .888888, the keypad diagnostic.
Press each key starting with the VAR key from left to right and the
display will appear as shown in Figure 16. Note the position of the
decimal point after each key press.
Press the DIAG key to exit the keypad diagnostic.
Figure 16: Keypad Test Showing the Display After Each Key Press
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Relay output test
Overview
The Relay Output diagnostic tests the functionality of the relays.
Relay output
test
To test the relay outputs, do the following:
Step
1.
2.
Action
Press the DIAG key.
Press the RIGHT ARROW key and the display will show the status of
relay outputs. See Figure 17.
Figure 17: Relay Output Test Display
Step
3.
4.
5.
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Action
Use the LEFT ARROW key to turn ON output 3, the UP ARROW
key to turn ON output 2, and the RIGHT ARROW key to turn ON
output 1.
To turn OFF the outputs, press the ENTER key.
Press the DIAG key to exit diagnostics.
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Switch input test
Overview
The Switch Input diagnostic tests the CT6000’s ability to recognize switch inputs
tied to TB–1. When a closed switch is tied to TB–2, screw tap 1, 2, or 3, the
corresponding bit position will toggle to “1.”
Switch input
test
To test the switch inputs, do the following:
Step
1.
2.
Action
Press the DIAG key.
Press the UP ARROW key and the display will show the status of the
three (3) switch inputs.
When a switch is activated at one of the inputs, the corresponding display
character toggles to “1.” When an input turns OFF, the corresponding
display character toggles to “0.”
Figure 18 shows the bit positions associated with the three (3) switch
inputs.
3.
Press the DIAG key to exit diagnostics.
Figure 18: Display Bit Positions Associated with the Switch Inputs
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4-20 mA/0-10 VDC analog output test
Overview
The Analog Output diagnostic test puts the CT6000 into Pot Output Mode. This
permits you to adjust the 4-20 mA or the 0-10 VDC isolated outputs. The same
hardware and procedure are used regardless of the option. There is a direct
correlation between current/voltage and speed. See Figure 19.
20
mA
4
Speed
Figure 19: 4–20 mA 12 Bit Isolated Output Display
Note: 4-20 mA or 0-10 VDC output is set up at the factory.
Adjusting the
output
To adjust the 4-20 mA or 0-10 VDC output, do the following:
Step
1.
2.
Action
Connect a milliammeter with a maximum load resistor of 500ȍ across
TB1–4 and 5, or a voltmeter if using the 0-10 VDC option.
Press the DIAG key to exit diagnostics.
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4-20 mA/0-10 VDC analog output test, continued
Step
3.
Action
Press the DOWN ARROW key and the display will appear, as shown
in Figure 20.
Figure 20: 4–20 mA or 0–10 VDC Output Display Percentages
Step
4.
5.
6.
7.
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Action
Turn the Offset Pot until the mA meter reads 4 mA or V meter reads 0
VDC.
Press the UP ARROW key until the display reads 100%.
Adjust the Span Pot until the meter reads either 20 mA or 10 VDC.
Press the DIAG key to exit the diagnostic.
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Reset the variables
Overview
When necessary, the CT6000’s variables can be Reset to factory default, using the
default function. See Figure 21.
Reset variables
To Reset the variables, do the following:
Step
Action
1.
Press the DIAG key.
2.
Press the COUNT RESET key; the display will appear as shown in Figure
21, with the factory defaults restored. See Figure 21.
3.
Press the DIAG key to exit diagnostics.
Display Characters
r E S E
Figure 21: Reset Variables Display
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Set and change the security code number
Overview
The CT6000 can be programmed to prevent unauthorized changes to its operating
variables by setting the keypad lockout function, using a security code number.
There are three elements to enabling or disabling the keypad lockout function:
variable 20 (selectable lockouts), variable 00 (security access number), and the
location where you set the security code number, which is in Diagnostics.
Variable 20,
keypad lockout
Variable 20 is used to select the function keys that are enabled or disabled when
security is set.
Display Characters
0 0 1 0 0 1
0 = Unlock
1 = Locked
Var Key (Variables can be seen
but cannot be changed)
Count Reset Key
Up and Down Arrow Keys
Diagnostic Key
The default value for variable 20 is “001001,” as shown above. This level of security
prevents two things:
Changing the variables (except variable 00) and allowing them to be viewed
only
Entering Diagnostics Mode
Variable 00,
security code
number and
location
The Security Code Number is a number chosen by you. The default number is
006000. After you enter a new security code number to “enable” the keypad lockout
function in Diagnostics, you must enter that same number into variable 00, to
“disable” the keypad lockout function.
For example, if you enter 006001 into Diagnostics Mode for your security code
number (which will enable the keypad lockout function) you must enter “006001”
into variable 00 when you want to disable the keypad lockout function, which allows
you access to all keys.
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Set and change the security code number, continued
Setting security
To set the security code number, do the following:
Step
1.
2.
3.
Action
Determine which keys you want to lock out, using variable 20. The
default is 001001, which locks out the DIAG key and prevents changes to
operating variables, except variable 00.
Press the DIAG key.
Press the LEFT ARROW key and the display will show the default
Security Code of 006000, as shown in Figure 22.
ROLL
PROG PROC BATCH TOTAL
OVER
0 0 6 0 0 0
Figure 22: Security Code Number in Diagnostics Mode
Step
4.
Action
Enter a new security code number, up to four digits.
Important
Write your security code number down on paper and keep it in a safe place; if you
forget the number or lose it, you will not be able to “disable” the keypad lockout
function.
Step
5.
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Action
Press the ENTER key to set the new security code number. This will
enable the keypad lockout function and exit Diagnostics Mode.
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Appendix A:
CT6000 Specifications
Power
Input Power
Sensor Input/supply
NPN Open Collector
PNP Open Collector
Logic Level
Magnetic Pickup
Maximum Frequency
Standard I/O
Switch Inputs
Transistor Outputs
Optional External Control
I/O
Set Point Outputs (Relays)
Analog Output
Description
Ɣ 115 VAC, 6 VA @ 50/60 Hz, requires external fuse 1/16 amp slowblow
Ɣ 230 VAC, 6 VA @ 50/60 Hz, requires external fuse 1/32 amp slowblow
Ɣ DC units, requires external fuse 2 amp slow-blow
Switch selectable 12 VDC unregulated, 100 mA maximum
2200 ohm pull-up to 12 VDC, 2.5 volts trigger level
2200 ohm pull-down, 2.5 volts trigger level
2.5 volts trigger level
150 mV peak-to-peak minimum signal, 50 mV trigger level
Up to 20 KHz
Description
3 programmable inputs
3 programmable, transistors are NPN, 30 VDC 150 mA maximum
Description
3 programmable-form A relays, rated 250 VAC 5 amp, 30 VDC 5
amp resistive load
1 programmable 4-20 mA or 0-10 VDC output, 12 bit resolution
Operational Values
Response Time
Modes of Operation
Input Modes
Minimum .02 seconds
Process, Batch, Total, Rate
Description
Display Modes
Ɣ
Channel A, Channel B, Sum, Difference, and Quadrature
Ɣ
Display Update Time
4 programmable: Process, Batch, Total, and Rate
Forward and reverse
0.1 second update time for counters
1.0 second update for rate
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CT6000 Specifications
Mechanical
Enclosure
Keypad
Display
Operating Temperature
Humidity
Description
ABS Plastic 94V–0
Polycarbonate Tactile switch pad, chemical resistant, splash proof
6 digit 0.3 inch height, seven-segment display, 5 status LEDs
0º C to 50º C (+32º to + 122º F)
0% to 90% non-condensing
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Appendix B:
CT6000 Variables Worksheet
Variable
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
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Name
Security Match Code
Input Mode
Prescale for 1 Pulse
Time Multiplier
Process Control Initial Value
Process Control Reset Value
Batch Counter Initial Value
Batch Control Reset Value
Totalizer Counter Initial Value
Totalizer Counter Reset Value
Totalizer Counter Mode
Output 1 Value
Output 1 Time
Output 2 Value
Output 2 Time
Output 3 Value
Output 3 Time
Output Function Select
Input Switches Function Selection
Inhibit
Keypad Lockout
Analog Output Selection
Display Value @ 4 mA
Display Value @ 20 mA
Default
6000
0
0.125
1
0
100
0
100
0
10
0
100
1.0
200
1.0
300
1.0
000111
000541
000000
001001
1
0
1000
New Value
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Index
A/B Channel Input Signals ..............................14
maximum current draw................................14
wiring caution ..............................................15
wiring schematic..........................................15
A/B Signal Inputs
sensor voltage ..............................................14
AC Power
115 Vac........................................................49
115 Vac and neutral.....................................13
230 Vac........................................................49
fuse ........................................................12, 49
wiring...........................................................12
AC Switch Inputs
test................................................................42
Caution
definition
label ...........................................................2
list of..............................................................4
wiring...........................................................15
CT6000
4-20 mA or 0-10 Vdc...................................44
keys to access and program variables..........28
parts and functions.................................20, 21
set-up process ..............................................22
variable programming............................29, 30
variables.................................................24, 25
selecting and viewing ..............................26
Diagnostics.......................................................39
4-20 mA/0-10 Vdc
offset and span pots .................................44
AC switch input ...........................................42
keypad and display ......................................40
relay output..................................................41
reset variables ..............................................45
security ........................................................46
DIP Switches
input configurations.....................................16
quadrature dip switch settings .....................16
single channel ESI dip switch settings.........17
Fuses ................................................................49
Installation
panel cutout dimensions ................................7
upacking CT6000 ..........................................6
Keypad Lockout...............................................46
Latching Output ...............................................34
Offset and Span Pots........................................44
Outputs
0-10 Vdc offset and span pots ...............43, 44
Rev B
4-20 mA max load resistance ...................... 12
4-20 mA offset and span pots................ 43, 44
analog 0-10 Vdc .......................................... 12
analog 0-10 Vdc, 4-20 mA .......................... 43
Quadrature
signal wiring................................................ 14
Quadrature Signals .......................................... 14
90º phase shift ............................................. 14
Relay and Transistor Outputs .......................... 34
Relay Output
values........................................................... 22
Resetting Variables.......................................... 45
Security
code number ................................................ 46
keypad lockout ............................................ 46
setting .......................................................... 47
setting and changing code number .............. 46
Security Code Number .................................... 46
Sensors
electrical connections .................................. 17
electro-sensors standard type....................... 16
Set Point
on times ....................................................... 34
Signal Types .................................................... 14
Single Channel Signal ..................................... 14
Specifications............................................. 49, 50
Switch Inputs ................................................... 13
Tests
0-10 Vdc...................................................... 43
4-20 mA ...................................................... 43
AC switch inputs ......................................... 42
keypad and display ...................................... 40
relay output.................................................. 41
Tools and Materials ........................................... 6
Variables.................................................... 24, 25
00 security code........................................... 46
01 and 02 selecting and changing values .... 29
03 time base................................................. 31
04 thru 09 counter initial and reset.............. 31
10 totalizer count......................................... 36
11 thru 16 output programming................... 34
17 output function ................................. 22, 33
18 input function selection .......................... 36
19 count inhibit............................................ 37
20 keypad lockout ....................................... 46
21 anolog output selection........................... 35
22, 4mA display .......................................... 35
23, 20 mA display ....................................... 35
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Index
accessing and programming ........................28
selecting and viewing ............................26, 27
Warning
definition
label ...........................................................2
list of..............................................................3
Wiring
115 Vac standard .........................................12
A/B channel input signals......................14, 15
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installation warning ..................................... 11
overall schematic......................................... 11
practical practices ........................................ 10
screw taps
TB1, TB2, TB3 ....................................... 11
signal types
single channel and quadrature................. 14
switch inputs................................................ 13
voltage caution ............................................ 11
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