GL450 Quick Start Guide
JUL 19, 2005 1st edition
GL450 Quick Start Guide
Control Panel Keys
GL450-UM-851
(1) CH GROUP key
This Quick Start Guide is an easy operation guide that provides explanations on
preparations prior to measurement, basic measurement procedures, and menu operations,
for people who want to start measurement operations right away. Please refer to the
User's Manual for more detailed explanations.
RANGE / SPAN
POSITION
CH GROUP
(3) TIME/DIV key
TIME / DIV
(5) QUIT key
(2) RANGE/SPAN/POSITION key
(6) MENU key
MENU
QUIT
LOCAL
Checking the Outer Casing
After unpacking, check the GL450's outer casing before use to make sure that there are
no surface scratches or other flaws such as stains or dirt.
(7) Direction keys
ENTER
(9) REVIEW key
(8) DISPLAY key
DISPLAY
REVIEW
SAVE
CURSOR
START
STOP
(10) SAVE key
(4) START/STOP key
(11) CURSOR key
(1) CH GROUP key
The [CH GROUP] key selects the channels in 10-channel groups. Press the key to move
to the next group of 10 channels. The number of channels varies according to the type of
input terminal unit installed.
Checking the Accessories
• Quick Start Guide: 1
• LCD protector: 1
• Screwdriver for input terminal unit: 1
• CD-ROM: 1
• AC cable/AC adapter: 1 set
• 10-channel input terminal unit: 1
(2) RANGE/SPAN/POSITION key
Checking the AC Line Frequency
Set the AC line frequency (50 Hz or 60 Hz) in the "OTHR" menu. Using the appropriate setting is effective in eliminating line noise.
These settings can be made or changed for each channel individually, even while the
GL450 is in the 'free running' status (not capturing data) or performing measurement.
• Use the [
• Use the [
Connecting to a PC (the PC is not supplied by Graphtec)
• OS: Windows 2000/XP
• CPU: Pentium 4, 1.7 GHz or higher
• Memory: At least 256 MB
MONITER
Data capture LED
Changes the input type: voltage, temperature or humidity
RANGE
Changes the voltage and temperature ranges
Changes the waveform display range
POSITION
Monitor
Changes the waveform display position
(3) TIME/DIV key
Control panel keys
Battery charging LED
Displays digital values
INPUT
SPAN
GL450 Main Unit
Part Names
] keys to select the channel.
] keys to change the setting.
Press the [TIME/DIV] key to switch through the waveform display speeds.
Power LED
(4) START/STOP key
Press the [START/STOP] key to select the START status (awaiting trigger). Press it once
again to select the STOP status (free running).
Top panel
(5) QUIT (LOCAL) key
External trigger
Press this key to return the display to its former settings. It is also used to display
operations within a setting menu. (If the GL450 is in Remote status, press this key to
cancel the key lock status.)
Pulse input
GND
Power connector
Synchronization connector terminal
Power switch
Logic input/
Input terminal 2
Alarm output terminal
PCMCIA slot
(6) MENU key
Screwdriver for mounting
the input terminal unit
Input terminal 1
Bottom panel
USB connector terminal
LAN connector terminal
(7) Direction keys
Monitor control dial
Humidity sensor connector
Press the [MENU] key to switch through the detailed setting menus.
AMP (Amplifier settings): This menu is used to make the Input, Range, Filter settings, etc.
ANNO (Annotation settings): This menu is used to set and display comments for each channel.
DATA (Data settings): This menu is used to make the sampling interval and calculation settings.
ALM (Alarm settings): This menu is used to make the alarm and trigger settings.
FILE (File settings): This menu is used for PCMCIA card operations.
I/F (Interface settings): This menu is used to make the USB and TCP-IP settings.
OTHR (Other settings): This menu is used to make other settings such as the date/time
and display language settings.
INFO (Information): Device information is displayed on this screen.
Direction keys (
)
These keys move the cursor on the screen in the direction of the arrow.
Direction keys (
)
Press these keys to move the waveform displayed during a data replay operation. (If both
keys are held down simultaneously for three seconds or longer, the GL450 will enter key
lock status. To cancel the key lock status, hold down both keys for a further three seconds
or longer.)
Battery
Connecting to an AC Power Supply
Connect the output side of the AC adapter
to the connector on the GL450.
Amp Input Terminal Layout
(8) DISPLAY key
Press the [DISPLAY] key to switch through the measurement modes.
Terminal layout on the top part of the unit
Input terminal unit 1
CH6
CH7
CH1
CH8
CH2
CH3
CH9
CH10
CH4
CH5
Input terminal unit 2
CH6
CH7
CH1
CH2
CH8
CH3
CH9
CH4
CH10
CH5
1
-0.08mV
2
-0.00mV
3
-0.12mV
4
-0.2V
5
-0.012V
6
-134C
7
-0.3C
8
+35.8C
9
+12.5C
10
Connecting the Grounding Cable
Using the screwdriver provided as a
standard accessory, press against the
button underneath the ground terminal
while connecting the grounding cable to
the GL450. Connect the other end of the
cable to ground.
+-
b
Terminal configuration
+-
Signal
source
Voltage
+
+-
Waveform + Digital
+-
-0.00mV
CH7
+200.0C
CH10
Calculation
+180.0C
Digital
Dual-screen replay display
Thermocouple
-
Resistance temperature
detector (RTD)
(9) REVIEW key
Connecting the Logic Alarm Cable
If the [REVIEW] key is pressed during the Free Running
status (when data is not being captured), the captured
data is replayed.
If the [REVIEW] key is pressed during measurement,
past data is displayed together with the data currently
being measured in a dual-screen format.
Connect the round connector of the logic
alarm cable (B-513, option) to the logic
input /alarm output terminal on the GL450.
(10) SAVE key
For current in the 4 to 20 mA range,
apply a resistance of 250 ohms and
perform measurement in the 1 - 5 V range.
Press the [SAVE] key to save data, to make a copy of the screen, and to save the data
between cursors (only during a data replay operation).
CAUTION
Always connect the GND terminal and refer to
the safety precautions. The GL450 must be
grounded even when connected to other
devices and sharing a common ground level.
-0.08mV
CH2
b
Current measurement
Grounding cable
Waveform
-0.08mV
CH1
(11) CURSOR key
Logic alarm cable (B-513)
When data is being replayed, press the [CURSOR] key to switch between Cursor A and
Cursor B.
Stopping Data Capture
OPS022 Software
Click the (4) ""Stop" button to stop the data capture operation. When data capture has
stopped, "Stopped" is displayed at the upper left of the Group tab, and the waveform
changes to the free running status.
Starting the Software
Click "Start"→"Programs"→"OPS022" to launch OPS022. Once started, the following
window is displayed.
(1)
(5)
(2)
Connect
Review PC
(3)
(4)
PC Review
(6)
Print
When data capture has been completed, clicking the (5) "PC Review" button enables the
data captured to the computer to be replayed.
(A)
EXIT
(B)
Group1
Settings
Waveform View
Digital View
Y-T
Meter View
X-Y
Start
Stop
Review Device
Open File
Connect and
Overwrite
Convert
then Save
Display in Excel
Print
Start Time
Capture Time
Interval
Close
Report View
Single View
XY between
corsor
Dual View
Y Axis Range1
Y Axis Range2
Width
Calc
Trace
Cursor Status
Cursor Display
(C)
Comments
Connecting to a PC
The GL450 can be connected to a PC via a LAN cable or a USB cable. Click the (1)
"Connect" button on the main screen to display the connection screen. Select "USB" or
"TCP-IP (LAN)" to suit your requirements.
(A) Open File:
Superimpose/Link:
Convert Then Save:
Connection
Method
USB
TCP-IP
Edit
Delete
Display in Excel:
USB cable
Print:
* Do not insert the
USB cable into the
LAN connector.
Selects a data capture file stored in the computer.
Displays multiple superimposed or linked files. The first file that
was replayed becomes the base.
Converts the data between cursors or all the data to binary data
or a CSV file and then saves the data.
Launches Excel and displays the data between cursors or all
the data in a spreadsheet format (see Note).
Prints the waveform.
Note: Microsoft Excel 2000 or later is required.
Connect
Dis connect
Close
LAN cable
Note: When using a USB cable, a USB driver must be installed in the PC.
Please see your user's manual for the installation procedure.
(B) XY Between Cursors: Displays the data in the range between the cursors as an XY
waveform.
Calculation:
Displays the data in the range between the cursors as
Maximum, Minimum, Average, and P-P values for each channel.
(C) Cursor Information: Displays information for the A and B cursors, and time and level
information for the Y axis ranges 1 and 2.
Clicking the "Display Cursors" button enables the A and B
cursors to be moved to the screen that is currently being viewed.
• Edit screen
The Edit screen is used to make the settings required for connection
to your computer.
For USB connection, specify the USB ID number.
For TCP-IP connection, specify the IP address and port number. If
multiple GL450 devices are connected, assign a group number to the
respective devices.
Device Review
No.
Clicking the (6) "Device Review" button enables the data files captured to the GL450 and
the data captured to the PCMCIA card inserted in the GL450's card slot to be replayed. If
data was captured via the OPS022 software, the same data is created both at the
computer and at the GL450. Use the data created at the GL450 as backup data.
Name
Necessary
IP Address
Port
USB ID
Group
OK
Note: The device name must be entered.
Cancel
GL450 Standard Specifications
Settings
Click the (2) "Settings" button to display the measurement parameter settings screen for
the GL450. Make the appropriate settings on each tab, and then click "Settings" or "OK" to
complete the setting operation.
AMP
XY
Span
Scaling
Data
Alarm
Trigger
41-50
51-60
File
Report
Other
Information
Select CH
1-10
Logic/Pulse Settings Device Number
11-20
21-30
31-40
61-70
71-80
81-90
91-100
Analog AMP Settings
CH
Line
Color
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Logic
Annotation
Input
Range
Filter
Unit
Number of analog input
terminal units mountable
Analog input terminal unit input
method
Number of analog input
terminal channels
Analog voltage input
Temperature input
Line
Color
Pulse
Line
Color
Input
Range
Slope
Humidity
Filter
A/D converter
Sampling cycle
Trigger functions Types
Conditions
All CH
Alarm functions Types
Conditions
OK
Cancel
Apply
Amp:
Used to specify analog, logic, and pulse input, and the input ranges
XY:
Used to make the XY waveform settings
Span:
Used to specify the display range for analog waveforms
Scaling:
Used to make the unit conversion settings
Data:
Used to make the sampling interval and capture destination file settings
Alarm:
Used to make the alarm output settings
Trigger:
Used to make the trigger settings
File:
Used for the GL450 PCMCIA card operations
Report:
Used for the report file capture settings
Other:
Used for other settings such as setting the time and E-mail sending functions
Information: Displays OPS022 and GL450 device information
Starting Data Capture
When all the measurement conditions have been specified, the GL450 is ready to start
capturing data.
Click the (3) "Start" button to start data capture.
Either "Armed" or "Recording" is displayed at the upper left of the Group tab.
Group1
Waveform View
Y-T
Digital View
X-Y
Meter View
Report View
Single View
Dual View
The View mode can be changed during data capture (and also
when measurement is stopped).
• Digital View: Large-size digital values are displayed.
• Meter View:Use this view to check the alarm range and so forth.
• Report View: Report data is displayed in spreadsheet format.
Pulse input*1
Number of channels
Ranges
External trigger input*1
Logic input*1
Alarm output
Number of channels
Output format
Output conditions
Internal memory
Memory device
PC interfaces
Monitor
Size
Displayed items
Functions
Operating environment
Power supply
External dimensions (approx.)
Weight (approx.)
2
Scanning, all channels isolated
10 channels/unit, 20 channels/unit, 50 channels/unit
20, 50, 100, 200, 500 mV; 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 V; 1-5 V/f.s.
Thermocouples: K, J, E, T, R, S, B, N, W (WRe5-26)
Resistance temperature detector: Pt100, JPt100
Voltage: 1 V, Scaling conversion: 0V → 0%, 1V → 100%
On, Off (software filter)
16 bits
100, 200, 500 ms; 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 30 s; 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 30 min; 1 h
Start: Data capture starts when a trigger is generated.
Stop: Data capture stops when a trigger is generated.
Start: Off, Level, Alarm, External, Specified Time
Stop: Off, Level, Alarm, External, Specified Time, Time
Analog, Logic, Pulse; AND or OR logic
Analog: H, L, Window In, Window Out
Logic: 4-ch pattern
Pulse: H, L, Window In, Window Out
1 ch
Revol. mode: 500 rpm, 5, 50, 500 krpm/f.s. (max. 50k/s)
Counts mode: 50, 500 kC, 5, 50, 500 MC/f.s. (max. 50k/sampling cycle)
Inst. mode: 50, 500 kC, 5, 50MC/f.s. (max. 50k/sampling cycle)
1 ch
4 ch
4 ch
Open collector output (100 k( pull-up resistance)
Level judgment, window judgment, logic pattern judgment, pulse judgment
Memory capacity: 4 MB (2 Mwords)
PCMCIA card slot: Type 2
USB (Ver. 2.0), Ethernet (10 Base-T, 100 Base-TX)
4.7-inch STN color LCD
Waveforms + digital values, waveforms only, digital values only,
digital values + calculated values
Waveform expansion/compression, Scaling, Calculation, Search
Temperature: 0 to 40 C
Humidity: 30 to 80% RH (non-condensing)
AC adapter (100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz)
Options: DC drive (12 VDC, 24 VDC), Battery pack
212 (W) x 152 (D) x 45 (H) mm
770 g*2
*1: Max. input voltage: +24 V, Input threshold voltage: approx. +2.5V, Hysteresis: approx. 1V (+2 to +3V)
*2: Excluding the battery and AC adapter; including one 10-channel input terminal unit
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