PC PC100 - Ysebaert
Manual
Ex- PC
PC100
manual_PC100_v1.2_dak_rev1.doc
PC 100
Safety Guidelines
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Contents
1
Safety Guidelines for explosion proofed devices....................................................................... 3
2
Ex- PC: PC100................................................................................................................................. 4
2.1
3
Short description ....................................................................................................................... 4
Mounting and wiring ...................................................................................................................... 5
3.1
Exposition of the Ex- PC- System PC100................................................................................. 5
3.2
Mounting.................................................................................................................................... 5
3.2.1
3.3
4
5
6
Ways of mounting .............................................................................................................. 6
Connecting ................................................................................................................................ 7
3.3.1
Mains connection ............................................................................................................... 7
3.3.2
Connection of Video/Tastatur/Maus- Signal (KVM).......................................................... 7
3.3.3
Terminals of UTP/STP- Connection .................................................................................. 9
Start-up procedure ....................................................................................................................... 10
4.1
Display settings ....................................................................................................................... 11
4.2
Changing the monitor settings (OSD- Menu).......................................................................... 11
4.2.1
Changing the monitor settings with the buttons of the control panel............................... 11
4.2.2
Monitor settings using the OSD menu ............................................................................. 12
Trouble shooting .......................................................................................................................... 16
5.1
Keyboard ................................................................................................................................. 16
5.2
PS/2- Tracker ball ................................................................................................................... 16
5.3
Video ....................................................................................................................................... 16
5.4
General Questions .................................................................................................................. 17
Annex............................................................................................................................................. 18
6.1
Technical Details..................................................................................................................... 18
6.2
Terminals and limits ................................................................................................................ 18
6.3
Intrinsical safety proof ............................................................................................................. 19
6.4
Type code ............................................................................................................................... 20
6.5
Application example ................................................................................................................ 20
6.6
Dimensions Display module PC100, Keyboard- and Tracker ball module............................. 21
6.7
Dimensions Commander- Housing ......................................................................................... 22
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Safety Guidelines
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1 Safety Guidelines for explosion proofed devices
Application and Standards
This instruction manual applies to explosion protected control panels of type of protection types below.
This apparatus is only to be used as defined and meets requirements of EN 60 079 particularly EN60
079-14 "electrical apparatus for potentiality explosive atmospheres". It can be used in hazardous
locations which are hazardous due to gases and vapours according to the explosion group and
temperature class as stipulated on the type label. When installing and operating the explosion protected
distribution and control panels the respective nationally valid regulations and requirements are to be
observed.
General Instructions
The control panel has to have a back-up fuse as stipulated. The mains connection must have a sufficient
short circuit current to ensure safe breaking of the fuse. To achieve an impeccable and safety device operation, please take care for adept transportation, storage and mounting, as well as accurate service and
maintenance. Operation of this device should only be implemented by authorised persons and in strict
accordance with local safety standards. The electrical data on the type label and if applicable, the
"special conditions" of the test certificate TÜV 00 ATEX 1607 X is to be observed.
For outdoor installation it is recommended to protect the explosion protected distribution and control
panel against direct climatic influence, e.g. with a protective roof. The maximum ambient temperature is
40°C, if not stipulated otherwise.
Terminal compartment in Increased Safety
When closing, it is to be ensured that the gaskets of the terminal compartment remain effective, thus
maintaining degree of protection IP 54 to DIN 40 050. Unused entries are to be closed off by impactproof
stopping plugs, which are secured against self-loosening and turning.
Maintenance Work
!
The gaskets of Ex-e-enclosures are to be checked for damages and replaced, if required. Terminals, especially in the Ex-echamber are to be tightened. Possible changes in colour point to increased temperature. Cable glands, stopping plugs and flanges are to be tested for tightness and secure fitting.
Intrinsically Safe Circuits
Erection instructions in the testing certificates of intrinsically safe apparatus are to be observed. The electrical safety values stipulated on the type label must not be exceeded in the intrinsically safe circuit. When
interconnecting intrinsically safe circuits it is to be tested, whether a voltage and/or current addition occurs. The intrinsic safety of interconnected circuits is to be ensured. (EN 60079-14, section 12)
, Safety Measures: to read and to comply
Work on electrical installations and apparatus in operation is generally forbidden in hazardous locations,
with the exception of intrinsically safe circuits. In special cases work can be done on non-intrinsically safe
circuits, on the condition that during the duration of such work no explosive atmosphere exists. Only explosion protected certified measuring instruments may be used to ensure that the apparatus is voltagefree. Grounding and short circuiting may only be carried out, if there is no explosion hazard at the grounding or short circuit connection.
Warning! Extreme caution is advised when handling this device. High electrical discharge is possible and
can be fatal.
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2 Ex- PC
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2 Ex- PC: PC100
2.1 Short description
The PC100 is the user interface of an industrial PC designed for use in Ex- zone 1.
Concept
The PC is located in the safe area. There are no more Ex- barriers necessary – the PC is unlimited network capable. A later update to a more powerful PC is possible at any time. The PC is connected with a
Video- remote control to the PC100.
Installation
For the remote control usually a 4 x 2 AWG 24 (CAT 5/6) cable is recommended, but alternatively a glass
fibre can be used. The customer do not have to follow the rules for intrinsically safe wiring, because the
connection is not intrinsically safe:
Power supply
The power supply (e.g. 230V AC) of the display is connected to the integrated Ex e- terminal box. Therefore no Ex i- multi- power supplies are necessary. The intrinsically safe keyboard and stainless steel
trackball (both IP65) are connected to the PC100 with a plug.
Housing
The modules above are integrated in a graceful designed commander housing. The housing is manufactured of stainless steel with a protection class of IP65. Therefore it can be used in pharmaceutical or food
production. It is also possible to integrate the PC100 modules in actually existing control panels.
The PC100 gives his user the degree of freedom and flexibility; he needs now and in the future.
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3 Mounting
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3 Mounting and wiring
3.1 Exposition of the Ex- PC- System PC100
Figure 1: PC100 System, Data transfer with analogous KVM
3.2 Mounting
Choose a solid place for mounting.
, Warning! LINE VOLTAGE !
Extreme caution is advised when handling this device.
High electrical discharge is possible and can be fatal
, Warning!
Do not exceed terminal safety limits of each terminal.
, Tip
Please note the following Standard of Compliance:
DMT 99 ATEX E 003 and the regulative EN 60079 especially EN 60079-14
Connect the housing of the PC100 to potential equalization in hazardous area
Use the PC100 module (type PC100.x.x.x.0.x) only in a
housing with minimum protection class IP54
, Tip
, Tip
See limits in technical details or declarations of conformity.
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3.2.1 Ways of mounting
15 °
15 °
Adapter
30 °
Pillar
Wall
Standard
On a pillar
15 °
15 °
Adapter
15 °
Bracket
15 °
Wall adapter
Wall mounting with wall adapter
Bracket mounting
Figure 2 Connecting chart
Mounting dd
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3.3 Connecting
The PC100 is feeded via the internal EEx e Terminal box with energy and data.
Connection layout PC 100
PS/2
PS/2
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Mains
9 L1(+)
10 N (-)
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Local- Station
PA
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Tracker ball TB153
KeyboardKB153
remote control
3.3.1 Mains connection
Mains is connected via terminals 9,10, PE:
Terminal
Connection
9
L rep. (+) at 24 VDC
10
N rep. (-)
PE
Ground wire
3.3.2 Connection of Video/Tastatur/Maus- Signal (KVM)
The Figure 3 shows the structure of the used cable consisting of 4 conductors with 2 veins each. Each
Adenpaar consists of a basic colour and a pertinent white vein: e.g. orange/white orange.
Orange
White/ Orange
Orange
White/ Orange
Green
White/Green
Green
White/Green
Blue
White/Blue
Blue
White/Blue
Brown
White/Brown
Brown
White/Brown
Figure 3: Structure 4 x 2 x AWG - cables
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The Figure 4 shows the optimal preparation for the further processing of the cable. The cable is so far
striped (1) that twisting (2) of the conductors in pairs can be seen. This is important, because in accordance with standard connection diagram PC100 you can see, which individual conductors are in pairs
accordingly. If twisting is to be seen, then also the appropriate white/colored cable can be correctly assigned and presented with the connection to the color.
Orange
White/ Orange
Orange
White/ Orange
Green
White/Green
Green
White/Green
Blue
White/Blue
Blue
White/Blue
Brown
White/Brown
Brown
White/Brown
Figure 4: 4 x 2 x AWG cable strips
The Figure 5 shows the complete wiring from Patch box to the EEx e terminal box.
Note: The wiring between EEx e terminal box and display module may be changed under no circumstances!
Figure 5: Detailed wiring in EEx e terminal area and Patch box
Sollten nach dem Anschluss des Übertragungskabels „Fehlfarben“ am Display auftreten, so liegt dieses
mit hoher Wahrscheinlichkeit an vertauschten Adern.
Are wrong colours visible after the connection of the transmission cable, then this is with high probability
because of exchanged conductors.
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Apperance
Exchange wire
Green/yellowish
White/Orange
<->
Orange
Violett
White/Green
<->
Green
Cyan
White/Blue
<->
Blue
Keyboard, Trackerball no
Function
White/Brown
<->
Brown
3.3.3 Terminals of UTP/STP- Connection
The network cable between PC100 and local KVM is terminated with the RJ45 plug on the local station
and the EEx e terminal box inside of the PC100. This connection should always be done according
EIA/TIA standard (preferably schema B).
Tip: When you have a look on the plug of the local station, the Pin 1 is on the left side and the Pin 8 on
the right side of the plug.
Pin
colour
wire pair
1
white / Orange
T2
2
Orange / white
R2
3
white / Green
T3
4
blue / white
R1
5
white / blue
T1
6
green / white
R3
7
white / Brown
T4
8
Brown / white
R4
Table 1: terminal layout of UTPlSTR- Connection
Remark: the colours of the wires are according the EIA/TIA standard. In your experience the “Orange / white” wire is only orange. So
we used this colours in figure 1
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4 Start-up procedure
, Note
Never exchange the local stations among themselves, if you use several PC100. A local station is
co-ordinated with the respective PC100.
A permutation leads at least to a bad image quality, possibly also to the fact that
the connection fails completely
Figure 6 Connection of the local station
Step 1: Connecting and starting of the parts
1. Switch off your PC and connect up the VGA- output, keyboard and mouse terminals to the local
station of the KVM (KVM = Keyboard, Video, Mouse- remote device of the PC100)
2. Connect the net work cable (4 x 2 x AWG) to the EEx e box inside of the PC100 (as shown in figure 1) and the patch box
3. Set the “PEAK” control on the PC100 Display module about midway, and set the “EQ” control fully
counter-clockwise (no video compensation). The controls are located on the upper side of the (internal) PC100 – Display module.
4. Switch on the PC100
5. Switch on your PC and make sure that the keyboard operates correctly
, Note
The quality of the Video signal may be worse at this
time!
6. Boot an operation system (such as Windows) and make sure that the mouse does work
Keep the PC100 running.
Step 2: Adjust of the video compensation
Use this step if distance of PC and PC100 is more than 25 m
1. start an application using a high resolution on the display (e.g. Word)
2. If the video is under-compensated you will notice black smearing on the right-hand edge of large
horizontal objects such as title bars. The degradation becomes more noticeable as cable length
increases.
3. Look at a point on the monitor where the smearing is evident. Now rotate the “EQ” control clockwise until the smearing disappears and the edge becomes very bright and too sharp. At this point
and beyond the video is over- compensated.
4. Rotate the “EQ” control back slightly until you reach the point where the edge looks at it should be
(no smearing or over sharpness). The compensation is now adjusted correctly for the length of interconnection cable used.
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5. The “PEAK” control is used to adjust the brightness of the overall picture. After adjusting the this
control to suit, the EQ control may need a sight readjustment.
, Tip
Please note that all practical purposes cable equalisation cannot be exact - the remote display can
never be as good as the local display
4.1 Display settings
To adjust the display position, resp. Brightness and Contrast of the Display use the remote control shown
below. The layout of the remote control and the adjust menu differs of the present display type.
Figure 7 remote control for video adjustment
4.2 Changing the monitor settings (OSD- Menu)
When putting the monitor into operation for the first time, the screen display should be optimally adapted
to the screen controller used and adjusted in accordance with your needs.
Display remote control
On/Off
Use the buttons of the control panel to make the
following monitor settings directly while the OSD
menu is switched off.
Caution! Danger of static charge!
Clean only with humid cloth
Confirm
PC100
MENU
Achtung! Gefahr statischer Aufladung.
Nur mit feuchtem Tuch reinigen!
4.2.1 Changing the monitor settings with the buttons of the control panel
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Performing auto-adjustment of the monitor
Z Press the AUTO button for approx. 1 second while the OSD menu is switched off.
The Auto Processing message is displayed.
Picture quality and position are set to optimum values for your system.
Adjusting background lighting
Z Press the button for calling the Brightness setting window.
Z Press the _ or _ button to adjust the brightness.
This setting window can also be called, when the OSD menu is locked.
Activating/deactivating muting
Z Press the button to switch the sound off and on again.
A message is displayed that the action has been performed.
Locking the OSD menu
The OSD menu can be locked to prevent accidental or unauthorised changes to the monitor settings.
Z Press and hold the SELECT/MENU button for a few seconds while you switch on the monitor
with the ON/OFF switch.
A message is displayed that the action has been performed.
Please proceed in the same manner to release the locked OSD menu again.
Locking the ON/OFF button
The ON/OFF switch can be locked to prevent accidental or unauthorised changes to the monitor settings.
Z Press and hold both buttons _ and _ simultaneously for a few seconds.
A message is displayed that the action has been performed.
Please proceed in the same manner to release the locked ON/OFF switch again.
4.2.2 Monitor settings using the OSD menu
With the buttons on the control panel, call up and use the integrated OSD (On-Screen display)
menu.
The OSD menu is available in different languages. The English menu names are used in the following
description (default setting). With the OSD function Language in the OSD
Setup you can select another language.
To set the OSD menu, perform the following steps:
Z Press the SELECT/MENU button to activate the OSD menu.
The main menu appears on the screen (on the left-hand side) with icons for the setting functions.
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The first symbol (Brightness/Contrast) is
highlighted. In the right-hand part of the display
the associated functions are shown.
Z If necessary, press the V or U button to
mark another icon (e.g. Image adjust).
Z Press the SELECT/MENU button to select
the highlighted icon.
The corresponding setting window (here: Image Adjust) is displayed (on the right-hand side).
The first function (H-Position) is highlighted.
Z If necessary, press the V or U button to
mark another function.
Z Press the SELECT/MENU button to select the highlighted function.
Z Press the V or U button to adjust the
value for the selected function.
Z Press the EXIT/AUTO button to exit the
function.
Z If necessary, press the button V or U to
mark another function or press the
EXIT/AUTO button to return to the main
menu.
All changes are stored automatically.
If you want to change other settings, select the corresponding function from the OSD main menu. All possible adjustments of the main menu are described in the following.
Adjusting the brightness and contrast
Calling the Brightness / Contrast setting window
Brightnes
s
Setting the brightness of the display
Contrast
Setting the contrast of the display
With this function you change the brightness of the background lighting.
With this function you modify the contrast of bright colour tones.
Auto
Level
Setting the brightness of the display
With this function you can automatically set the contrast. Press the SELECT/MENU
button to activate the function.
If the contrast is set too high, bright surfaces can no longer be distinguished from very bright surfaces. If
the contrast is set too low, the maximum brightness will not be achieved.
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Adjusting size and position
Calling the Image adjust setting window
HPosition
Adjusting the horizontal position
V-Position
Adjusting the vertical position
With this function you move the picture to the left or to the right.
With this function you move the picture up or down
Clock
Setting synchronisation
With this function you adjust the picture width to eliminate vertical picture disturbances.
Phase
Eliminating picture interference
With this function you fine-tune your monitor to eliminate picture interference
Calling the Audio setting window
(without function,remenber the PC100 does not have speakers)
Setting colour temperature and colours
Calling the Colour setting window
Selecting the colour temperature
The "warmth" of the screen colours is set using the colour temperature. The colour
temperature is measured in K (= Kelvin). You can select from 6500 K, 9300 K,
Native and Custom Colour.
Native = Original colour of the LCD display
Custom Colour = User-defined colours
In the user-defined setting you can change the colour ratios of the basic colours
(red, green, blue) as required.
Setting display of the OSD menu
Calling the OSD Setup setting window
Language
Setting language for the OSD menu
With this function you choose between English (default setting), French, German,
Italian and Spanish as the language for the OSD menu.
OSD
H-Position
Setting the horizontal position of the OSD menu
OSD
V-Position
Setting the vertical position of the OSD menu
OSD
Timeout
Setting the display duration of the OSD menu
With this function you move the OSD menu to the left or to the right.
With this function you move the OSD menu up or down.
With this function you select a value from 10 to 120 seconds.
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If the set time expires without a setting being made, the OSD menu is
automatically faded out.
Setting functions in the "Advanced " menu
Calling the Advanced setting window
Resolution
Notifier
Displaying monitor data
The optimum resolution for this monitor is 1280 x 1024 pixels. With the function activated (On), a message appears on the screen after approx. 30 seconds if a different
resolution is set.
Change the resolution to 1280 x 1024 to achieve optimum picture quality. With the
function deactivated (Off), no message appears.
Factory
Recall
Activating the factory settings
With this function all settings are reset to the factory settings without prompting for
confirmation.
Press the SELECT/MENU button to activate the function. The Auto Processing message is displayed.
Displaying information
Calling the Information setting window
With this function the model designation, serial number, resolution, H/V frequency,
input signal and polarity of the synchronisation signal are displayed
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5 Trouble shooting
5.1 Keyboard
The PC starts up correctly without any warning, but the keyboard doesn’t work
1. the cable is loose. – Plug in the plug again and press `Scroll Lock'
2. You use the wrong cable, maybe keyboard and mouse are interchanged
Display shows wrong characters or some characters are missing
1. the keyboard works in a wrong mode. Make a reset of the keyboard using ‘Scroll Lock'
2. Switch of the hole system and start again
The PC reports constantly ‘keyboard error’ while start up procedure
1. If the system works properly after you press F1 (or ESC). Configure the PC BIOS to ‘no keyboard
test’.
5.2 PS/2- Tracker ball
The tracker ball pointer is shown but it doesn’t move
1. Press die `Scroll Lock‘ on the keyboard for reset
2. If the cable is loose please reconnect the cable and press `Scroll Lock‘
3. You use the wrong cable, maybe keyboard and mouse are interchanged
4. Restart the PC100
The system or any application does not find the tracker ball
1. You use the wrong cable, maybe keyboard and mouse are interchanged on the local station
2. If the cable is loose please reconnect the cable and press `Scroll Lock‘
3. Make sure that the keyboard cable of the local station is properly connected to the PC
4. Reboot the PC.
The movements of the tracker ball are not constant and unsteady.
1. Make a reset of the keyboard using ‘Scroll Lock'
5.3 Video
No Picture, Num-Lock- LED on the keyboard flashes shortly while starting up
Make sure that the PS/2 wire of tracker ball and keyboard is properly installed to the PC and is not interchanged.
The display is very blurred
1. The video compensation is not well adjusted, please read chapter 0
The pixels are not assembled (red, green, blue into white)
1. Make sure that the UTP/ATP- connection is according EIA 568 standard
2. Check the wiring of wrong or bad connection
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Permanently vertical distortion on the screen (interference)
1. the wiring is next to a high powered disturbances source, please rewire the cable on a better
place
5.4 General Questions
Witch kind of wire is better UTP or STP ?
The UTP- wire is better for long distance, because it have less capacity. STP are better in a area with disturbances.
How to avoid interference by using a UTP wire ?
The product is designed to use a UTP wire either on long distances. To reduce the potential of interference regard the following items:
1. Make sure that the Computer and the PC100 are connected to the same mains system.
2. wire the cable not next to other cables
It is possible to connect the local station to a network?
The local station has in fact the same cable connector, but it can not used for network connection. For
network connection please use a suitable Ethernet adapter.
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6 Annex
6.1 Technical Details
Mains
230V AC, special voltage: 24V DC
19" Display: approx. 100W;
15" Display: approx. 60 W
Power consumption
Mounting
hazardous area, Zone 1
Certificate
TÜV 00 ATEX 1607 X
Ex- Protection
II 2 G, EEx e q [ib] IIC T4
Protection class
Front: IP 65
Umgebungstemperatur
0°C (Standard) bis 40°C
Display
15" (XGA: 1024 x 768),
19" (SXGA: 1280 x 1024)
Dimensions
Weight
Display module: 530 x 450 x 105 mm
complete: ca. 50 kg
6.2 Terminals and limits
generally binding are the limits in the certificate TÜV 00 ATEX 1607 X
Intrinsically safe inputs
terminal
U0
I0
P0
C0, L0
Plug 3
27,4V
2,7mA
77mW
87nF, 1mH
Pins 2, 1
Plug 3
27,4V
2,7mA
77mW
87nF, 1mH
Pins 3, 1
Plug 3
27,4V
2,7mA
77mW
87nF, 1mH
Pins 4, 1
Plug 3
27,4V
2,7mA
77mW
87nF, 1mH
Pins 5, 1
Plug 3
27,4V
2,7mA
77mW
87nF, 1mH
Pins 6, 1
Plug 1
5,8V
204mA
392mW
46µF, 0,5mH
Pins 1 ... 4
Plug 2
5,8V
204mA
392mW
46µF, 0,5mH
Pins 1 bis 4
Other
terminal
Um
Im
P
Comment
Mains wire 253V AC
mains
Data wire
253V AC
VGA Signal
Table 1
Comment
Only to connect passive switches
Only to connect passive switches
Only to connect passive switches
Only to connect passive switches
Only to connect passive switches
Ex- limits
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5,8 V
204 mA
392 mW
0,5 mH
46 µF
Max. wire length
[EEx ib] II C
TÜV 99 ATEX 1440 X
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U0 max [V]
Ik max [mA]
P max [ W]
Li max [mH]
Ci max [nF]
Help power
Special
Certificate
Additional
Ex- protection
T max
Date
5,8 V
204 mA
392 mW
25 µF
EEx ib II C T4
50 °C
KB 153
Keyboard
Inductivity 100nH/m
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Mat_Nr.
Manufacturer
Type
identifier
1. passive equipment
..105 m
5 Annex
+49 6321 49919-19
Measurement circuit
Location
Phone.
200 pF/m
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KI 153
Conclusion:
The combination is suitable for T4 ‰ T5 ‰ T6 ‰
U0 max [V]
Ik max [mA]
P max [ W]
La max [mH]
Ca max [nF]
Help power
Special
Certificate
Additional
Ex- protection
T max
Mat_Nr.
Manufacturer
Type
identifier
Active equipment
Capacity:
Keyboard interface
Gönnheimer Elektronic GmbH
Seeger
assumed wire data:
building
company
Name / dev.
6.3 Intrinsical safety proof
PC 100
49 6321 49919-41
Subscription
Mat_Nr.
5,8 V
204 mA
392 mW
5 µF
EEx ib II C T4
50 °C
TB 153
Tracker ball
Sicherheitsfaktor
Ex-Zone
Email: info@goennheimer.de
U0 max [V]
Ik max [mA]
P max [ W]
Li max [mH]
Ci max [nF]
Help power
Special
Certificate
Additional
Ex- protection
T max
Manufacturer
Type
identifier
2. passive equipment
Measurement location
plant
Fax
Page 19
PC 100
5 Annex
Page 20
6.4 Type code
PC100 .x .x .x .x .x
mains:
230V AC......................................................................... .0
120V AC........................................................................ .2
110V AC......................................................................... .3
24V AC........................................................................... .5
24V DC.......................................................................... .6
Display size:
TFT with 15 “ ....................................................................... .0
TFT with 18 “ ....................................................................... .1
TFT with special size ........................................................... .9
Connection to PC:
4 x 2 Twisted pair ...................................................................... .0
fibre optics ................................................................................. .1
Housing:
no housing .................................................................................
.0
stainless steel ............................................................................
.1
steel lacquered..........................................................................
.2
Aluminium...................................................................................
.3
Special .......................................................................................
.9
Window:
Normal ......................................................................................
.0
Anti reflection coating ................................................................
.1
6.5 Application example
safe area
hazardous area
VGAremote
mains
Distance: 300 m, longer distance with optical waveguide
Option:
additional Consoles
as well in hazardous
area
PC
Data base server
Option:
serial interface
Ex e- terminal box
central cpu,
DCS
Option:
HS153
PC 100
TÜV 00 ATEX 1607
Gönnheimer
Video monitoring
ID153
Gönnheimer Elektronic GmbH
phone: +49(6321)49919-0, fax: -41
KB153+
TB153
Email: info@goennheimer.de
PC 100
5 Annex
Page 21
6.6 Dimensions Display module PC100, Keyboard- and Tracker ball module
Cut-out dimensions
J2 Key- connection
Drillings
Pin
Function
Pi
n
Function
1
Key left
3
Key right
2
Key middle
4
GND
J1 : connection to PC
Mounting:
Drilling: 18 mm
Gönnheimer Elektronic GmbH
phone: +49(6321)49919-0, fax: -41
Email: info@goennheimer.de
PC 100
5 Annex
Page 22
6.7 Dimensions Commander- Housing
Gönnheimer Elektronic GmbH
phone: +49(6321)49919-0, fax: -41
Email: info@goennheimer.de
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