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dc alarm - M
AS4V
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
DC ALARM
(dual or quad alarm trip; field-configurable)
MODEL
AS4V
BEFORE USE ....
CAUTION
Thank you for choosing M-System. Before use, please check
contents of the package you received as outlined below.
If you have any problems or questions with the product,
please contact M-System’s Sales Office or representatives.
■■REGARDING SAFETY
If equipment is not used in a manner not specified by MSystem, the protection provided by the equipment may be
impaired.
This equipment is for use in general industrial environments, therefore may not be suitable for applications which
require higher level of safety (e.g. safety or accident prevention systems) or of reliability (e.g. vehicle control or combustion control systems).
For safety, installation and maintenance of this equipment
must be conducted by qualified personnel.
■■CONFORMITY WITH LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE OR UL
•This equipment is suitable for use in a Pollution Degree
2 environment and in Installation Category II (transient
voltage 2500 V).
•Altitude up to 2000 meters.
•The equipment must be mounted inside a panel.
•The equipment must be installed such that appropriate
clearance and creepage distances are maintained to conform to EU/UL requirements. Failure to observe these
requirements may invalidate the EU/UL conformance.
■■PACKAGE INCLUDES:
‌Signal conditioner
(body + base socket + input resistor).............................. (1)
Input resistor is provided only with current input type.
■■MODEL NO.
Confirm that the model number described on the product is
exactly what you ordered.
■■INSTRUCTION MANUAL
This manual describes necessary points of caution when
you use this product, including installation, connection and
basic maintenance procedures.
■■SYMBOLS USED ON THE PRODUCT AND IN THIS MANUAL
The symbol indicated on the equipment, means that
the user must refer to the related parts in the manual for
safe operation of the equipment. It is essential to read the
instructions wherever the symbol appears in the manual.
‌WARNING: ‌
is reserved for conditions and actions that
can cause serious or fatal injury.
CAUTION : ‌is reserved for conditions and actions that can
cause injury or instrument damage.
WARNING
■■INSULATION CLASS
Basic insulation (Signal input or output to Power input: 300
V) is maintained.
If insulation failure may result in equipment, hazardous
voltage (maximum 240 V) may result to signal input and
then electric shock may cause.
Prior to installation, prepare supplemental insulation
(equivalent basic insulation) between signal input and external circuits.
■■CONFORMITY WITH EMC DIRECTIVE
•Insert a noise filter for the power source connected to the
unit. TDK-Lambda Noise Filter Model RSNA-2006 or
equivalent is recommended.
•The actual installation environments such as panel configurations, connected devices, connected wires, may affect the protection level of this unit when it is integrated
in a panel system. The user may have to review the CE
requirements in regard to the whole system and employ
additional protective measures to ensure the CE conformity.
■■SIGNAL INPUT
This terminal is used for signal input.
Do not connect or measure to the circuits including transient voltage 2500 V.
Refer to “INPUT SPECIFICATIONS” in detail.
■■OUTPUT TERMINAL
Never use the output terminal under any load that exceeds
the rated values. Otherwise it will impair prescribed performance and cause burning of the equipment itself.
■■WIRING
•For wiring connection, refer to “TERMINAL CONNECTIONS” and wire correctly. Fire, electric shock and failure cause if wire are incorrectly connected.
•Wire using vinyl insulated power cable that meet input
voltage and load current for equipment and screw by an
adequate torque.
Loose screws may abnormally generate heat and fire
may cause. (Proper tightening torque [N·m] : 0.98 – 1.18)
•Do not install cables close to noise sources (relay drive
cable, high frequency line, etc.).
•Do not bind these cables together with those in which
noises are present. Do not install them in the same duct.
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POINTS OF CAUTION
INPUT SPECIFICATIONS
■■POWER INPUT RATING & OPERATIONAL RANGE
Locate the power input rating marked on the product and
confirm its operational range as indicated below:
■ DC Current: ‌0 – 50 mA DC; shunt resistor attached to
input terminals (0.5 W)
Operational range: 0 – 70 mA DC (with 100 Ω / 0.5 W)
Minimum increment: 0.1 mA
Default setting: 4 – 20 mA DC
■■AC Power
M2: 100 – 240 V AC, 50 – 60 Hz, maximum 6 VA
(85 – 264 V AC, 47 – 66 Hz)
■■DC Power
R: 24 V DC (24 V ±10%), maximum 3.5 W
P: 110 V DC (85 – 150 V), maximum 3.5 W
■■GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
Before you remove the unit from its base socket or mount it,
turn off the power supply and input signal for safety.
■■ENVIRONMENT
•Indoor use
•When heavy dust or metal particles are present in the
air, install the unit inside proper housing with sufficient
ventilation.
•Do not install the unit where it is subjected to continuous
vibration. Do not subject the unit to physical impact.
•Environmental temperature must be within -5 to +55°C
(23 to 131°F) with relative humidity within 30 to 90% RH
in order to ensure adequate life span and operation.
■■AND ....
•The unit is designed to function as soon as power is supplied, however, a warm up for 10 minutes is required for
satisfying complete performance described in the data
sheet.
•Never use the internal relay under any load that exceeds
the rated contact values including the switching capacities (contact voltage and contact current).
Otherwise it will impair prescribed performance (insulation failure, contact welding, contact failure) and cause
burning of the Relay itself.
COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION
Connection Diagram
Base Socket
Specifications
Body
■ DC Voltage: -1 – +1 V DC for S1;
-10 – +10 V DC for S2
Operational range: -1.15
‌
– +1.15 V DC for S1;
-11.5 – +11.5 V DC for S2
Minimum increment: 10 mV for S1; 100 mV for S2
Default setting: -1
‌ – +1 V DC for S1;
-10 – +10 V DC for S2
OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
■■Quad Alarm
Relay rating: 120
‌
V AC @ 1 A (cos ø = 1)
240 V AC @ 0.5 A (cos ø = 1)
30 V DC @ 1 A (resistive load)
■■Dual Alarm
Relay rating: 120
‌
V AC @ 5 A (cos ø = 1)
240 V AC @ 2.5 A (cos ø = 1)
30 V DC @ 5 A (resistive load)
■■Small load current type
Relay rating: 30 V DC @ 1 A (resistive load)
INSTALLATION
Detach the yellow clamps located at the top and bottom of
the unit to separate the body from the base socket.
■■DIN RAIL MOUNTING
Set the base socket so that its
DIN rail adaptor is at the bottom. Position the upper hook
at the rear side of base socket
on the DIN rail and push in
the lower. When removing the
socket, push down the DIN
rail adaptor utilizing a minus
screwdriver and pull.
Clamp
(top & bottom)
DIN Rail
35mm wide
Spring Loaded
DIN Rail Adaptor
Input Resistor
Shape and size of the base socket
are slightly different with various
socket types.
■■WALL MOUNTING
•Install using M4 screw with referring to the right dimension.
•Install by screw that is securely
fastened or equivalent means.
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Phone: +81(6)6659-8201 Fax: +81(6)6659-8510 E-mail: [email protected]
2-M4 or 4.5(.18)dia. hole
40±0.2
MOUNTING HOLES
(TOP VIEW)
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FRONT VIEW & PROGRAMMING
■■PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE
1 )Press ITEM UP or DOWN key until ITEM display indicates “01”.
2 )Press DATA UP or DOWN key and choose “1” or “2” on DATA
display.
1 : Only alarm setpoints are modifiable.
2 : All parameters are modifiable.
3 )Press ITEM UP or DOWN key until ITEM display shows the
ITEM No. you need to change.
DATA
DATA Display
ITEM
ITEM No. Display
ALARM
L4
*Monitor LEDs
4 )Press DATA UP or DOWN key and choose a DATA No. or value
you need on DATA display.
5 )Repeat above 3 and 4. (Entered data is stored when you move to
a new ITEM.)
6 )Press ITEM UP or DOWN key until ITEM display indicates “01”.
ITEM
DATA
L3
DATA UP-DOWN Keys
L2
L1
ITEM No. UP-DOWN Keys
*L3 or L4 does not turn on for dual output type.
7 )Press DATA UP or DOWN key and choose “0” on the display.
8 )Press ITEM UP or DOWN key until ITEM display indicates “P”.
DATA display shows process input.
(You can now check data setting by choosing ITEM No.)
Note: DO NOT press UP and DOWN keys simultaneously.
ITEM
MDF.
CODE
DATA
P
N/A
-1999 – 9999
L1
L2
L3
L4
1, 2
1, 2
1, 2
1, 2
01
CONTENTS
DEFAULT SETTING
Process input display in engineering unit (as set in ITEM 07, 08)
----
L1 alarm setpoint in engineering unit
L2 alarm setpoint in engineering unit
L3 alarm setpoint in engineering unit *2
L4 alarm setpoint in engineering unit *2
Quad: 20.0
Quad: 30.0
Quad: 70.0
Quad: 80.0
0, 1, 2
Modification code
0 : Data indication only.
1 : Only ITEM L1 – L4 are modifiable.
2 : All parameters are modifiable.
1
1
-1999 – 9999*
-1999 – 9999*1
-1999 – 9999*1
-1999 – 9999*1
Dual: 20.0
Dual: 80.0
02
N/A
0 – 99
Status indication (“0” is normally indicated.)
0: Normal 1: Memory error 10: Out of input range -15 – +115%
03
N/A
0, 1, 4
Input range
0: S1, 1: S2, 4: Z1
Specified when ordering
04
N/A
-15.0 – 115.0
Input indicated in % (as set in ITEM27, 28)
----
05
06
2
2
-19.99 – 99.99
0.000 – 9.999
Zero adjustment (%) (fine adj. of the value set in ITEM 27)
0.00
Gain adjustment (fine adj. of the value set in ITEM 28)
1.000
07
08
2
2
-1999 – 9999
-1999 – 9999
Display range scaling 0% *3
Display range scaling 100% *3
0.0
100.0
09
2
0, 1, 2, 3
Decimal point position
0:____
(Specify the number of digits) 1 : _ _ _ . _
2:__.__
3:_.___
1
10
2
0 – 99
Power ON-delay time (seconds)
5
11
2
0 – 999
Alarm ON-delay time (seconds)
0
12
2
0, 1, 2, 3, 4
Moving average (sampling cycle: 100 msec.)
0: No, 1: 4 samples, 2: 8 samples, 3: 16 samples, 4: 32 samples
0
13
14
15
16
2
2
2
2
0, 1
0, 1
0, 1
0, 1
L1 trip operation
L2 trip operation
L3 trip operation
L4 trip operation
Quad: 0
Quad: 0
Quad: 1
Quad: 1
17
2
0, 1 – 60
18
19
20
21
2
2
2
2
22
N/A
(0: Lo, 1: Hi)
(0: Lo, 1: Hi)
(0: Lo, 1: Hi) *2
(0: Lo, 1: Hi) *2
Power-saving mode 0: Continuous display*4
1 – 60: Time before display turned off (minutes)
10
0, 1
0, 1
0, 1
0, 1
L1 coil at alarm
L2 coil at alarm
L3 coil at alarm
L4 coil at alarm
0
0
0
0
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Version No. indication
(0: Energized, 1: De-energized)
(0: Energized, 1: De-energized)
(0: Energized, 1: De-energized)*2
(0: Energized, 1: De-energized)*2
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Dual: 0
Dual: 1
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ITEM
MDF.
CODE
DATA
23
24
25
26
2
2
2
2
1 – 9999
1 – 9999
1 – 9999
1 – 9999
27
2
S1: -1.00 – 1.00
S2: -10.0 – 10.0
Z1: 0.0 – 50.0
0% input voltage/current (ITEM 27 < ITEM 28)
S1: -1.00 V, S2: -10.0 V, Z1: 4.0 mA
28
2
S1: -1.00 – 1.00
S2: -10.0 – 10.0
Z1: 0.0 – 50.0
100% input voltage/current (ITEM 27 < ITEM 28)
S1: 1.00 V, S2: 10.0 V, Z1: 20.0 mA
29
2
0, 1
Latching control
(0: Disabled, 1: Enabled)
Selecting “0” resets latching relays. Turning power supply off also
resets them.
0
30
----
0000 – 1111
Alarm indication (0: OFF, 1: ON)
The MSD indicates the L1, while the LSD indicates the L4.
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CONTENTS
DEFAULT SETTING
L1 hysteresis (deadband) in engineering unit
L2 hysteresis (deadband) in engineering unit
L3 hysteresis (deadband) in engineering unit *2
L4 hysteresis (deadband) in engineering unit *2
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
*1. Selectable within the display scaling range
*2. Quad alarm trip type only
*3. Of the range set in ITEM 05, 06. ITEM 07 < ITEM 08.
*4. OFF when power is on. After power is turned on, pressing any key enables to turn on continuously.
CONNECTIONS
■■EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS unit: mm (inch)
■■TERMINAL ASSIGNMENTS
INPUT RESISTOR
(model: REM)
CLAMP
(top & bottom)
8
2–4.5 (.18) dia.
MTG HOLE +
*
25INPUT
(.98) deep R9
11 –M3.5
SCREW
103 (4.06)
10 11
5
8
5
7
6
5
n N.C. RELAY
4
4
11 L4 OUTPUT
11 L4 OUTPUT
10 L1 OUTPUT9
3 L1 OUTPUT
10
3
6
1
2
40 (1.57)
[3.3 (.13)]
132 (5.20)
6
n N.O. RELAY
–
50 (1.97)
7
80 (3.15)
80 (3.15)
35.4 (1.39)
DIN RAIL
35mm wide
12 (.47)
20
(.79)
7.8 (.31)
50 (1.97)
• When mounting, no extra space is needed between units.
For wiring connection, refer to “TERMINAL CONNECTIONS” and wire correctly.
Fire, electric shock and failure cause if wire are incorrectly connected.
9 COM
10 11
1
29 COM
Input shunt resistor
3 L3 OUTPUT
3 attached
L3 OUTPUT
for current input.
2 L2 OUTPUT
2 L2 OUTPUT
1 COM
1 COM
7 U(+)
8 V(–)
TERMINAL CONNECTIONS
POWER
Input shunton
resistor
attached
for current input.
Connect the unit as in the diagram below or refer to the connection*diagram
top of
the unit.
n N.O. RELAY
+
INPUT
–
R
*
n N.C. RELAY
n SPDT RELAY
5
11 L4 OUTPUT
11 L4 OUTPUT
6
10 L1 OUTPUT
10 L1 OUTPUT
9 COM
9 COM
9 COM
3 L3 OUTPUT
3 L3 OUTPUT
3 N.C.
2 L2 OUTPUT
2 L2 OUTPUT
2 N.O.
1 COM
1 COM
1 COM
7 U(+)
8 V(–)
+
INPUT
–
R
*
5
11 N.C.
6
10 N.O.
L1 OUTPUT
L2 OUTPUT
7 U(+)
POWER
8 V(–)
* Input shunt resistor attached for current input.
POWER
* Input shunt resistor attached for current input.
n SPDT RELAY
+
INPUT
–
R
*
5
11 N.C.
6
10 N.O.
9 COM
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L1 OUTPUT
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CHECKING
MAINTENANCE
1 )Terminal wiring: Check that all cables are correctly
connected according to the connection diagram.
Regular calibration procedure is explained below:
2 )Power input voltage: Check voltage across the terminal 7 – 8 with a multimeter.
■■CALIBRATION
Warm up the unit for at least 10 minutes.
3 )Input: Check that the input signal is within 0 – 100%
of the full-scale.
4 )Alarm operations: Check the alarm operations referring to the figure below.
5 )Output load: Check that the output rating road is:
Output code 2 and 3: 240 V AC / 120 VA or 30 V DC /
30 W
Output code 5: 240 V AC / 600 VA or 30 V DC / 150 W
Output code 2A, 3A and 5A: 220 V DC / 30 W
For maximum relay life with inductive load, external
protection is recommended.
Alarm Trip Operation
Terminal No. in parentheses
Example with quad N.O. contacts (LL, L, H, HH)
L1 (9–10)
• H (HH) Setpoint
Increase the input signal from a value lower than the setpoint and check that the relay trips at the H (or HH) setpoint within the setpoint accuracy described in the data
sheet.
• L (LL) Setpoint
Decrease the input signal from a value higher than the setpoint and check that the relay trips at the L (or LL) setpoint
within the setpoint accuracy described in the data sheet.
When the setpoints are shifted, please contact M-System’s
Sales Office or representatives.
ON OFF
LIGHTNING SURGE PROTECTION
ON OFF
L2 (1–2)
In order to protect the unit from lightning surges entering
through power supply cables, use of appropriate lightning
surge protectors are recommended. Please contact M-System.
OFF ON
L3 (1–3)
OFF ON
L4 (9–11)
Input
(%) 0
50
LL
L
100
H
HH
Trip Operation in Power Failure
• Output code 2, 2A: All relays turn off.
• Output code 3, 3A: All relays turn on.
• Output code 5, 5A: Terminals 1 – 3, 9 – 11 turn on.
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Phone: +81(6)6659-8201 Fax: +81(6)6659-8510 E-mail: [email protected]
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