FL-B101D40 DS (FL7)

FL-B101D40 DS (FL7)
Version 2.0
FL-B101D40
LEOPARD FAMILY
Leopard Bargraph Meter
101 Segment, 4 Digit 0.32” LEDs
in a 9/64 DIN CASE
Now featuring New Version 2.0 software
with one-color Brightness control, this smart
Tricolor or Mono-color digital bargraph has four
fully programmable set points for monitoring,
measurement, and control applications.
General Features
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Input Module Compatibility
External transmitters or signal conditioners can be eliminated
by direct connection of the sensor output to more than
40 Plug-in Input Signal Conditioners that include:
– AC/DC Current
– Pressure
– Resistance
– AC/DC Voltage
– Process
– Temperature
– Load Cell
– Prototype
– 4 to 20 mA
Optional isolated 16 bit analog output. User or factory scalable
to 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 20 mA or 0 to 10 V across any desired digital span from ± one count to the full scale range of – 1999 to
9999 (12000 counts).
A Programmable Tricolor (Red-Green-Orange) or mono color
(red or green), 101 segment high brightness bargraph. Vertical
or optional horizontal format.
Red 4-digit LED display with a range of -1999 to 9999
(12000 counts). Optional green digital display.
Front panel LED annunciators provide indication of setpoint status.
Two 10 Amp Form C, and two 5 Amp Form A relays available
Auto-sensing AC/DC power supply. For voltages between
85-265 V AC / 95-370 V DC (PS1) or 18-48 V AC / 10-72 V DC (PS2).
24 V DC excitation is available to power external 4/20mA
transmitters and 5 or 10 V DC excitation is available for
resistance bridge type sensors.
Provision to connect an external programming lockout switch.
Provision for external DIM switch to reduce the brightest
display setting by 50%.
Optional NEMA-4 front cover.
Automatic intelligent averaging, smooths noisy signals while
providing a fast display response to real level changes.
Software Features
• The bargraph can display, full
scale, any desired portion of
the digital reading.
• Bargraph center zero function.
• Four programmable setpoints
with adjustable Hysteresis.
• Setpoint 1 has delay-on-make
and delay-on-break plus a
special “pump on pump off”
mode that creates a
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Hysteresis Band between
SP1 and SP2.
Relay activation can be
selected to occur above (hi) or
below (Lo) each setpoint.
Digital display blanking.
Decimal point setting.
Four-level brightness control
accessed by the
button
and adjusted by the
button.
✔ LEOPARD FAMILY: More than 38 different
Plug-in I-Series Input Signal Conditioners are
approved for Texmate’s Leopard Family of meters.
Some examples are shown on pages 12 - 15.
LEOPARD
See www.texmate.com for an up to date listing.
Specifications
Input Specs: ..............Depends on Input signal conditioner
A/D Converter: ..........14 bit single slope
Accuracy: ..................±(0.05% of reading + 2 counts)
Temp. Coeff.: ............100 ppm/°C (Typical)
Warm up time: ..........2 minutes
Conversion Rate: ......10 conversions per second (Typical)
Digital Display:..........4 digit 0.31" LED red (std), green (optn)
Range –1999 to 9999 counts.
Bargraph Display: ....101 segment 4” red vertical (std),
green or tricolor (optn), horizontal (optn)
Polarity: ....................Assumed positive. Displays – negative
Decimal Selection:....Front panel button selectable, X•X•X•X•
Positive Overrange:..Bargraph and top segments of digital
display flash.
Negative Overrange: First segment of bargraph and bottom
segments of digital display flash.
Relay Output: ............Two 5 Amp Form A relays and Two
10 Amp Form C relays.
Analog Output: ........Isolated 16 bit user scalable mA or V
OIC (mA out) ..........4-20 mA @ 0 to 500Ω max loop resistance
OIV (volts out) ..........0-10 V DC @ 500 Ω or higher resistance
Power Supply: ..........AC/DC Auto sensing wide range supply
PS1 (std) ................85-265 VAC / 95-370 VDC @ 2.5W max 4.2W
PS2 ........................18-48 VAC / 10-72 VDC @ 2.5W max 4.2W
Operating Temp.: ......0 to 60°C
Storage Temp: ..........–20°C to 70°C
Relative Humidity: ....95% (non condensing)
Case Dimensions: ....9/64 DIN (Bezel 36Wx144Hmm)
Depth behind bezel (5.83") 148mm
Plus (0.7”) 18mm for connectors
Weight: ......................9.5 oz., 12 oz when packed
Index
Bargraph Center Point Display Mode Selection . . .6
Bargraph Color Programming Mode . . . . . . .9
Case Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Component Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Connector Pinouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Controls and Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Custom Faceplates and Scales . . . . . . . . . .19
Decimal Point and Brightness Selection . . . .5
Digital Span Selection for Display . . . . . . . . .5
Digital Span Selection for Analog Range Output . .6
Functional Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
General Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
I-Series Input Signal Conditioning Modules . .12-15
Input Module Calibration Procedures . . . . .17
Input Module Component Glossary . . . . . . .16
Ordering Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Pin Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
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Programming Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Setpoint Setting & Relay Configuration Mode . .8-9
Software Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Software Logic Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Standard Faceplates and Scales . . . . . . . . .18
Two Point Analog Range Setting & Calibration . . .7
Two Point Digital Calibration Mode . . . . . . . .4
Controls and Indicators
Up Button
101 Segment
Bargraph
Setpoints
indicated
by an ON
Segment
LED
Annunciators
for Setpoints
1-4
Setpoints
indicated
by an OFF
Segment
UP
Button
PROGRAM
Button
DOWN
Button
Seven Segment
LED Display
When in the operational display, pressing the
button allows you
to view the setting of the saved Peak and Valley Values.
When setting a displayed parameter during programming, the
button is used to increase the value of the displayed parameter.
Down Button
When in the operational display, pressing the
button allows you
to change the Brightness Level as well as to view the setting of the
setpoints SP1, SP2, SP3 & SP4.
When setting a displayed parameter during programming, the
button is used to decrease the value of the displayed parameter.
Front Panel LED Display
Annunciator LEDs
The annunciator LEDs indicate the alarm status. They are labeled
from bottom to top: SP1, SP2, SP3, SP4.
Digital LED Displays
The digital LED displays are used to display the meter input
signal readings. They also display the programming settings
during programming.
Front Panel Buttons
Setpoint Indication
Program Button
The P button is used to move from one program step to the next.
When pressed at the same time as the
button, it initiates the
calibration mode.When pressed at the same time as the
button,
it initiates the setpoint setting mode.
The position of setpoints on the bargraph display are indicated by
an ON or OFF segment dependent on the bargraph display being
above or below the setpoint.
Programming Conventions
To explain software programming procedures, logic diagrams are
used to visually assist in following the programming steps. The
following symbols are used throughout the logic diagrams to
represent the buttons and indicators on the meter:
When the
and
buttons are shown
together, the display value can be increased
by pressing and releasing the
button
or decreased by pressing and releasing the
button.
This symbol represents the
OPERATIONAL DISPLAY.
P
When the
and
buttons are shown
with two displays, either display can be
selected by pressing and releasing the
or
buttons.
This is the PROGRAM button.
When two displays are shown together with
bursts, this indicates that the display is
toggling (flashing) between the name of the
function and the value.
This is the UP button.
This is the DOWN button.
P
P
When a button is shown, press and
release it to go onto the next step in the
direction indicated by the arrow. When an
alternative dotted line is shown, this indicates that an alternative logic branch will
be followed when a particular option is
present.
When two buttons are shown side by side
and enclosed by a dotted line, they must
be pressed at the same time then released
to go onto the next programming step.
If an X appears through a digit, it means that
any number displayed in that digit is not relevant to the function being explained.
[Span]
[10000]
[LLLL]
[LhLh]
Text or numbers shown between square
brackets in a procedure indicate the programming code name of the function or the
value displayed on the meter display.
When there are more than two display selections they are shown in brackets below the
first display and are also selectable by pressing and releasing the
or
buttons.
[hLhL]
A dotted line enclosing an entire logic diagram indicates that programming branch will
appear only when a particular option is present.
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Software Logic Tree
The FL-B101D40 is an intelligent bargraph meter with a hierarchical software structure designed for easy programming and operation, as shown below in the software logic tree.
Operational Display
Software Version is Displayed on Power-up
When power is applied, all segments of the bargraph and digital display light up for 3 seconds. The version number of the
installed software is then displayed for 2 seconds, after which,
the operational display indicates the input signal.
MAIN MENU
PEAK AND
VALLEY MODE
Relays Activation
[rLYS] (h) High
the relay
energizes when
L or h
the setpoint is
exceeded
(L) Low the relay
energizes below
the setpoint.
L or h
BRIGHTNESS AND
SETPOINT VIEW MODE
Sub-menu MODE
Example
Calibration Mode
1
2
3
4
Dimmest
Dim
Bright
Brightest
L or h
Goes directly
to Zero setting
if Analog Output
is not installed
This branch will only appear
if the analog output option
is installed
TWO POINT DIGITAL
CALIBRATION MODE
See Page 4
Example
SETPOINT SETTING AND
RELAY CONFIGURATION MODE
See Page 8
Calibration
Input
Set Setpoint 1
(SP1)
Calibration
Output
Select the
desired
reading for
the applied
Lo input signal
Delay-on-Make
(doM)
Calibrate Analog
Output Lo
0 to 9999 seconds
4.00
NOTE: [dom] [dob]
Functions are only
available for SP1
+
0 to 9999 seconds
Calibrate Analog
Output Hi
20.00
Back to
Operational
Display
+
Any new settings
are canceled and
previous settings
are retained
DIGITAL SPAN SELECTION
FOR BARGRAPH DISPLAY
See Page 5
–
This branch will
only appear if
DIGITAL SPAN SELECTION
the analog
FOR ANALOG RANGE OUTPUT
output option
See Page 6
is installed
Hysteresis [hYSt]
When hYSt is selected ON, and SP2 is set at a value
higher than SP1, the SP1 relay will operate in a special
"pump on pump off" Hysteresis mode. SP2 acts as the
upper limit and SP1 acts as the lower limit of the
Hysteresis Band.
For filling applications, rLYS should be set to LhLh. SP1
will then activate for inputs less than the SP1 setpoint, and
remain ON until the SP2 setpoint is reached.
For emptying applications, rLYS should be set to hhhh.
SP1 will then activate for inputs greater than the SP2
setpoint, and remain ON until the SP1 setpoint is reached.
Select the Digital
Reading at which
the Analog Output
Hi (chi) will occur
[orAn]
[rEd]
[orAn]
[rEd]
Select the Digital
Reading at which
the Analog Output
Lo (cLo) will occur
Bargraph Display
Scale Lo Range
Setting (bLo)
Setpoint 2 (SP2)
[orAn]
[rEd]
BARGRAPH CENTER POINT
DISPLAY MODE SELECTION
See Page 6
DECIMAL POINT AND
BRIGHTNESS SELECTION
See Page 5
Display
Brightness (br)
1 Dimmest
2 Dim
3 Bright
4 Brightest
[orAn]
[rEd]
Pump (PUM)
Bargraph Display
Scale hi Range
Setting (bhi)
Set the Decimal
Point (dp)
[orAn]
[rEd]
Delay-on-Break
(dob)
–
Err. Indicates
unsuccessful
calibration
BARGRAPH COLOR
PROGRAMMING MODE
See Page 9
NOTE: Will only
appear if a tricolor
display is installed
TWO POINT ANALOG OUTPUT
RANGE SETTING AND CALIBRATION
See Page 7
Select the
desired
reading for
the applied
hi input signal
L or h
Bargraph Center Point
Display Selection (cto)
Hysteresis (hYSt)
Tricolor Bargraph
The tri-color bargraph is designed like a
traffic light, to display either red, orange or
green, but only one color at a time. The color
to be displayed is selected in two ways.
The first step is to select the color to be
displayed when the bar is “below” whichever
set point is set to the lowest position.
[X•XXX]
[XX•XX]
[XXX•X]
[XXXX•]
[XXXX]
Setpoint 3 (SP3)
DIGITAL DISPLAY ON/OFF
See Page 6
Digital Display ON/OFF
Selection (diSP)
Hysteresis (hYSt)
15 Second Program Timeout
Except for ZERO and SPAN settings in the Two Point Digital Calibration Mode
and the Analog Output Range Setting and Calibration Mode (cLo and chi), the
meter has a 15 second program timeout. If no buttons are pressed for 15 seconds in any of the other programming sequences, the meter will exit the programming mode and return to the operational display. Any program changes
that were made prior to pressing the P button in the preceding step will not be
saved.
Setpoint 4 (SP4)
Hysteresis (hYSt)
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The second step is to select the color to be
displayed when the bar is above each
specific setpoint, regardless of the order or
position to which the set points are set.
However, if two or more setpoints with
differently specified colors are positioned at
the same set point value, the color specified
for the set point with the highest identifying
number will be displayed. When setpoints are
set to the same value, the SP4 color
overrides the SP3 color, the SP3 color
overrides the SP2 color, and the SP2 color
overrides the SP1 color.
Two Point Digital Calibration Mode
This mode enables the meter to be calibrated by applying a zero or low input signal, entering the desired reading for that signal, then
applying a high input signal, and then entering the desired reading for that signal. The meter then automatically calculates and programs in the requisite scale factor, within the following parameters.
1. Positive and negative signals may be applied, but the difference between the low and the high signal inputs must be at least 1000
counts or Err will be indicated.
2. Positive and Negative values for the desired reading can be entered, but the scale factor created can not exceed the Digital Display
Span capability of the meter which is 12,000 counts between –1999 to 9999.
3. The internal Signal Span is limited to 3 V DC between – 1 V DC to + 2 V DC. Any outputs from an Input Signal Conditioning module that exceed these limits will cause the meter to indicate overrange regardless of the Digital Display Span scaled.
MAIN MENU
Operational Display
Note: Many input signal conditioners have provisions for analog calibration and
scaling. If the meter is digitally set to read zero with a zero input (shorted input),
and to read 1000 with a 1.000 V input, any pre-calibrated analog signal conditioner, with an output that does not exceed – 1 V to + 2 V, will read correctly withSub-menu
out any further calibration when it is inserted in the meter.
MODE
STEP A Calibration
Mode
P
P
To Digital Span Selection
for Bargraph Display
See Page 6
cAL out/iP branch will only
appear if the analog output
option is installed, otherwise
cAL on goes directly to ZEro
setting
STEP B Calibration
Mode
P
To Two Point Analog
Output Range Setting
and Calibration
See Page 7
TWO POINT DIGITAL
CALIBRATION MODE
P
STEP C Zero
P
STEP D Span
Err. Any new setting
canceled and previous
settings are retained
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Bargraph Display Page 5
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Digital Span Selection For Bargraph Display
The bargraph can be set to display full scale (0-101 bars) any portion of the
digital reading from a minimum of 100 counts to a maximum of 12,000
Example of Setting the Digital Span of the Bargraph Display
to be Different than the Digital Display Range
counts. This provides higher resolution bargraph indication for those appli-
100
cations where the normal operating input signal range is less than the
90
desired full scale display range of the digital display.
80
9999 (0-12,000 counts), but the normal operating range of the
Bargraph display
ends at
6000 counts
100
80
SP
4
3
70
3
60
2
60
2
At 5000 counts
the bargraph display
will be at midpoint
50
1
50
40
40
input signal is between 4000 & 6000. The bargraph high parame-
30
30
ter [bhi] can be set to 6000 and the bargraph low parameter [bLo]
20
can be set to 4000.
10
20
P
Bargraph display
starts at
4000 counts
0
This means that although the meter could digitally display a signal
SP
70
1
No bargraph
display
%
90
4
For Example:
If the full scale range of the meter has been set from -1999 to
%
Digital display
10
P
0
Digital display
from -1999 to 9999 (0-12,000 counts), the bargraph display only
begins to function at a reading of 4000, and reaches full scale indication at a reading of 6000. Although the digital display will continue reading up to 9999 before indicating overrange, the bargraph
Bargraph does not light up for
Input Signals up to 3999 counts
Bargraph lights up for Input
Signals above 4000 counts
display will indicate its overrange by flashing for readings above
6000.
STEP A Enter the Calibration Sub Menu Mode
1) Press the P and
buttons at the same time. Display toggles
between [CAL] and [oFF].
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [bhi] and the
previous setting.
STEP A
From Two Point
Digital Calibration
Mode See Page 4
DIGITAL SPAN SELECTION
FOR BARGRAPH DISPLAY
STEP B
Set the Digital Span of the Bargraph Display (See example above)
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired
high parameter reading, e.g. 6000 counts.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [bLo] and the
previous setting.
3) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired
low parameter reading, e.g. 4000 counts.
4) Press the P button. Display changes from [4000] to [dP].
Example
STEP B
See Example Above
of Bargraph Display
Scale Range
Example
DECIMAL POINT AND
BRIGHTNESS SELECTION
Decimal Point and Brightness Selection
STEP C Set the Decimal Point
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired
decimal point setting.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [br] and the
previous brightness setting.
STEP D Set the Bargraph and Digital Display Brightness
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired
brightness setting (4 is the brightest setting).
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [Anhi] and the
previous [Anhi] setting.
Note: If at this point, the display skips directly to STEP G and toggles
between [Cto] and [oFF], the software is detecting that the optional analog
output hardware is NOT installed.
STEP C
[X•XXX]
[XX•XX]
[XXX•X]
[XXXX•]
[XXXX]
STEP D
To Digital Span Selection
for Analog Range Output or
Bargraph Center Point
Display Mode Selection
on Page 6
Digital Span Selection for Analog Range Output
STEP E Selecting the [Anhi] Digital Value for Analog High Output
1) Using the and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired digital
value at which the [chi] Calibrated Analog High output will occur. For
digital readings outside the digital span selected, the analog output
will linearly rise above the value set for chi, up to the maximum
analog output capability. However, the analog output will not go
lower than the calibrated value set for cLo (see below).
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [AnLo] and previous
[AnLo] setting.
STEP F Selecting the [AnLo] Digital Value for Analog Low Output
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired
digital value at which the [cLo] Calibrated Analog Low output will
occur. For Digital readings outside the Digital Span selected, the
analog output will not go lower than the calibrated value set for cLo.
2) Press the P button. The display toggles between [cto] and
[oFF].
From Decimal Point and
Brightness Selection
See Page 5
DIGITAL SPAN SELECTION
FOR ANALOG RANGE OUTPUT
This branch will only
appear if the analog
output option is installed
STEP E
STEP F
Note: Any two digital span points from –1999 to 9999 can be selected. The digital values for [Anhi] analog high and [AnLo] analog low can be reversed to provide a 20 to
4mA output. The digital span selected can be as small as two counts, when using the
analog output to function as a Control or Alarm Driver. Small digital spans will cause
the high resolution 16 bit D to A to increment digitally in stair case steps.
See Two Point Analog Output Range Setting and Calibration at the top of the next page.
Bargraph Center Point Display Mode Selection
Example of Using the Center Point Bargraph Display Mode
with a Unipolar Input
If the meter's full scale range is set to 5000 counts, the midpoint would be
2500 counts. If a signal of 2500 counts is applied only one segment at the
2500 count mark will light up. If a signal of 4000 counts is applied the segments between the center segment (2500 counts) and the 4000 count mark
light up.
If a signal of 1000 counts is applied, the segments between the center segment (2500 counts) and the 1000 count mark will light up.
Example of Using the Center Point Bargraph Display Mode
with Bipolar Signal Inputs
The meter may also be calibrated to display symmetrical bipolar signals such
as ± 1 V or ± 10 V. When the center point display mode is selected, it will then
function as a center zero meter. When positive signals are applied, the bar
will go up from the center point, and when negative signals are applied, the
bar will go down from the center point.
To Bargraph Center
Point Display Mode
Selection Below
5000
Center
Point
Single
Bar Lit
2500
5000
As signal
increases
4000
5000
Center
Point
2500
Center
Point
2500
1000
As signal
decreases
0
+1V
Center
Point
Single
Bar Lit
0V
0
+1V
As signal
increases
0.800
Center
Point
0V
+1V
Center
Point
0V
-0.800
As signal
decreases
-1V
-1V
From Digital Span Selection
for Analog Range Output Above
or Direct From Decimal Point
and Brightness Selection Page 5
if Analog Output Option is Not Present
STEP G Bargraph Center Point Mode Selection (See example above)
1) To select bargraph center point mode, press the
or
button. Display changes from [oFF] to [on].
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [diSP] and [on]
or [oFF].
STEP H Digital Display ON/OFF Selection
1) To set the display to [oFF], press the
or
button. Display
toggles between [diSP] and [oFF].
2) Press the P button. The display exits the calibration mode
and returns to the operational display. Only the bargraph
display is on and the digital display is off.
0
-1V
BARGRAPH CENTER POINT
DISPLAY MODE SELECTION
STEP G
See Example of Bargraph
Center Point Display Mode
Selection Above
STEP H
If the digital display is selected to be off, pressing any button to
make programming changes or to view setpoints activates the digital display.
When the procedure is complete, the digital display will then automatically
switch off.
The Display/Bargraph settings are now complete.
Operational Display
Two Point Analog Output Range Setting and Calibration
Determine if the Analog Output Selection Header is in the 4 to 20mA (0-20mA) position or
the 0 to 10VDC position. If necessary, the module may have to be removed and the header position changed (see Component Layout below).
Note: Always disconnect power from the meter before removing the analog output module
to adjust the mA or Volts output selection header and reinstalling it. When power is reconnected, the meter’s software will automatically detect the presence or absence of the analog output module.
Operational Display
Sub-menu
MODE
STEP A Calibration
Mode
STEP A Enter the Calibration Mode
1) Press the P and
buttons at the same time. Display toggles between [cAL]
and [oFF].
2) Press the
or
button. Display changes from [oFF] to [on].
3)
Press the P button. Display toggles between [cAL] and [out] input calibration.
Note: If at this point the display skips directly to toggle between Zero and the previous Zero
setting, the software is detecting that the optional analog output hardware is NOT installed.
STEP B
Enter the Two Point Analog [ouT] Output Range Setting and Calibration Mode
1) Press the P button. Display toggles between [cLo] and an internal scale factor.
STEP E Set or Calibrate [cLo] the Low Analog Value of the Analog Output Range
1) Connect a multimeter to analog output pins 17 and 18 (see Rear Panel Pinouts
on page 10). Using the
and
buttons, adjust the analog output to the desired
low value as measured on the multimeter. cLo may be adjusted to any value from
–0.3 mA to 18 mA (mA output selected) or from –0.6 V to 8 V (volt output selected). However, the output of cLo must always be less than the value selected for
chi. If a reversed analog output is desired, the values selected to establish the
Digital Span can be reversed (see top of page 6). For digital readings outside the
Digital Span selected, the analog output will not go any lower than the calibrated
value set for cLo. However, the analog output will linearly rise above the value set
for chi, up to the the maximum analog output capability (see chi below).
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [chi] and an internal scale factor.
STEP F Set or Calibrate [chi] the High Analog Value of the Analog Output Range
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the analog output to the desired high
value as measured on the multimeter display. chi may be adjusted to any
value from 18 mA to 24 mA (mA output) or from 8 V to 10.3 V (volt output).
However, the value must be higher than the value selected for cLo. For digital readings outside the Digital Span selected, the analog output will linearly
rise above the value set for chi, up to the maximum analog output capability.
2) Press the P button. The meter exits the calibration mode and returns to
the operational display.
Note: The analog output range established by the values selected for cLo and chi will
occur, automatically scaled, between the two digital values selected for AnHi and AnLo.
However, the analog output can linearly rise above the chi value set for digital readings
outside the digital span selected. See Digital Span Selection on page 6.
To Digital Span Selection
for Bargraph Display
See Page 5
Will only appear if the analog
output option is installed
STEP B Calibration
Mode
To Two Point Digital
Calibration Mode
See Page 4
TWO POINT ANALOG OUTPUT
RANGE SETTING AND CALIBRATION
4.00
STEP E
Calibrate
Analog
Output
+ x
Lo
– x
20.00
STEP F
Calibrate
Analog
Output
Hi
+ x
– x
Operational Display
Case Dimensions
FRONT VIEW
PANEL CUTOUT
SIDE VIEW
Case will mount in standard DIN cutouts
4 places
7.5mm(0.3")
9/64 DIN
36x144 mm
3.5mm(0.14")
4 places
Panel Adaptor to fit existing 6" Edgewise
Pointer Meter Cut-Outs P/N.(OP-PA/144x36)
Max. panel thickness
43mm
(1.7")
The adapter snaps on
the 36x144 mm
(1.42"x5.69") case and
enables single unit or
stack mounting in an
existing 6" edgewise
pointer meter cut-out.
Adaptor uses wide jaw mounting slide
clips.P/N.(75DMC14436B)
100
90
3mm(0.12")
9/64 DIN
cutout
spacer
8 places
133mm
(5.25")
80
SP
4
31mm
Mosaic (1.22")
Fitting
144mm
(5.69")
70
3
60
2
40
30
138mm
(5.45")
20
10
Snug
Fitting
32.2 mm
(1.27")
135.2mm
(5.34")
To open rear cover,
use a small flat
blade screw driver.
Press down lightly
to release catch and
leaver outwards.
137.7mm
(5.42")
9/64 DIN
cutout
spacer
1
50
When extra panel
mounting tightness is
required,
order the optional
IP)
screw mount
CL
TL
M
clip.
OP
133.5mm
(5.27")
Mosaic
Fitting
142.3mm
(5.62")
.(
P/N
P
0
Zero
33mm
(1.3")
Loose
Fitting
These dimensions are
increased by 2mm (0.08") when
the metal surround case is installed.
36mm
(1.42")
4mm
(0.16")
typical
4.5mm
(0.18")
9/64 DIN
cutout
spacer
For extra strength in portable applications,
the 8 DIN spacers should be snipped
off and the Mosaic fitting cutout used.
For additional strength,
extra Mounting Slide Clips
can be ordered and doubled up
one behind the other.
P/N. (75-DMC144X36)
TOP VIEW
5mm
(0.20")
Zero
Span
100
75
The Metal Surround
case uses Metal
Screw Mount Clips
and has a max.
panel thickness
mounting of
7mm(0.28")
34mm
31mm
(1.34")
(1.22")
Right-angled 10mm
Connector (0.39")
117.5mm
(4.64")
Span
100
75
Push-On Connector
for FI series IO board
26.5mm (1.05")
6mm
(0.24")
Panel adaptor plates are
available to retrofit most
existing panel cutouts.
Clear Lockable NEMA 4X
Splash Proof Lens Cover
P/N.(OP-N4/144X36 )
Two bezel Trim
Strips are supplied with
each Panel Adaptor
Mosaic Fitting
18.3mm (0.72")
Straight-thru
Connector
Various
bezel colors
are available.
Black is
standard.
50
50
25
25
0
0
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
Metal Surround Case
P/N.(OP-MTL144X36) is pre-installed
at the factory and cannot be removed
without damage to the case.
Setpoint Setting and Relay Configuration Mode
The following programming steps are required to enter the setpoint values and configure the relay functions in
a meter with four relays using four setpoints. Generally if less than four relays are installed, the setpoints without relays are operational in software for tri-color control or display only purposes. To remove unwanted setpoint indications, set them to 9999 or -1999 depending on the relay activation mode selected.
STEP A
Enter the Setpoint Mode
1) Press the P and
buttons at the same time. Display toggles between [SP1] and the previous
SP1 setting.
STEP B
Set Setpoint 1 [SP1]
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired SP1 value.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [doM] and the previous [doM] setting.
STEP C
Set the SP1 Delay-on-Make [doM] Delay Time Setting
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired [doM] value (0 to 9999 seconds).
The reading must continuously remain in an alarm condition until this delay time has elapsed before
the relay will make contact (energize).
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [dob] and the previous [dob] setting.
STEP D
Set the SP1 Delay-on-Break [dob] Delay Time Setting
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired [dob] value (0 to 9999 seconds).
The reading must continuously remain in a non-alarm condition until this delay time has elapsed
before the relay will break contact (de-energize).
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [hYSt] and the previous [hYSt] setting.
Operational Display
STEP A
SETPOINT SETTING
AND RELAY
CONFIGURATION MODE
STEP B
STEP E
STEP C
STEP D
STEP E
Select the Hysteresis [hYSt]
1) Using the
and
buttons, select the Hysteresis to be ON or OFF.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between PUM and (on) or (oFF).
STEP F
Select Pump [PUM] (on) or (oFF)
1) Using the
and
buttons, select the Pump to be ON or OFF. When PUM is selected ON, and
SP2 is set at a value higher than SP1, the SP1 relay will operate in a special "pump on pump off" mode.
SP2 acts as the upper limit and SP1 acts as the lower limit of the Hysteresis Band on the SP1 relay.
For filling applications:
[rLYS] should be set to [LhXX] (see step M). The SP1 relay and SP1 LED Annunciator will then activate for inputs
less than the SP1 setpoint, and remain ON until the SP2 setpoint is reached.
For emptying applications:
[rLYS] should be set to [hhXX] (see step M). The SP1 relay and SP1 LED Annunciator will then activate for inputs
greater than the SP2 setpoint, and remain ON until the SP1 setpoint is reached.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [SP2] and the previous SP2 setting.
STEP F
No [doM] or [dob]
STEP G
No [doM] or [dob]
STEP G Set Setpoint 2 (SP2)
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired SP2 value.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [hySt] and the previous [hySt] setting.
STEP H
Select the Hysteresis [hYSt]
1) Using the
and
buttons, select the Hysteresis to be ON or OFF.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [SP3] and the previous [SP3] setting.
STEP I
Set Setpoint 3 (SP3) (No [doM] or [dob])
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired SP3 value.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [hySt] and the previous [hySt] setting.
STEP J
Select the Hysteresis [hYSt]
1) Using the
and
buttons, select the Hysteresis to be ON or OFF.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [SP4] and the previous [SP4] setting.
STEP K
Set Setpoint 4 (SP4) (No [doM] or [dob])
1) Using the
and
buttons, adjust the display to the desired SP4 value.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [hySt] and the previous [hySt] setting.
STEP L
STEP H
STEP I
STEP J
STEP K
Select the Hysteresis [hYSt]
1) Using the
and
buttons, select the Hysteresis to be ON or OFF.
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [rLYS] and the previous relay setting.
STEP L
Please Continue On Next Page.
To Step M of Setpoint
Setting and Relay
Configuration Page 9
Setpoint Setting and Relay Configuration Mode Continued
STEP M Set Relay Activation mode [rLYS] for SP1
(h) High the relay energizes when the setpoint is exceeded. (L) Low the relay energizes below
the setpoint. The setpoint is indicated from left to right SP1, SP2, SP3, SP4.
1) Using the
and
buttons, select (L) or (h) for the first digit, which corresponds to SP1.
2) Press the P button. The SP2 Relay Activation digit begins to flash, and its decimal point is lit.
From From Step L of
Setpoint Setting and Relay
Configuration Page 8
STEP M
STEP N
Set High (h) or Low (L) for SP2
1) Using the
and
buttons, select (L) or (h) for the second digit, which corresponds to SP2.
2) Press the P button. The SP3 Relay Activation digit begins to flash, and its decimal point is lit.
STEP O Set High (h) or Low (L) for SP3
1) Using the
and
buttons, select (L) or (h) for the third digit, which corresponds to SP3.
2) Press the P button. The SP4 Relay Activation digit begins to flash, and its decimal point is lit.
STEP P
Set High (h) or Low (L) for SP4
1) Using the
and
buttons, select (L) or (h) for the fourth digit, which corresponds to SP4.
2) Press the P button.
L or h
STEP N
L or h
STEP O
L or h
STEP P
If a mono-color red or green display is installed then the Setpoint Relay Programming Mode is now complete and the
meter returns to the operational display.
L or h
If a tricolor bargraph display is installed then the Bargraph Color Programming Mode will be entered and
display toggles between [CoL] and the previous setting. Color selection menu will be displayed.
Operational Display
BARGRAPH COLOR
PROGRAMMING MODE
Bargraph Color Programming Mode
NOTE: Will only
appear if a tricolor
display is installed
To comply with the latest safety requirements, the tri-color bargraph is designed like a traffic light, to
display either red, orange or green, but only one color at a time. When the bar reaches a selected color
change point, the entire bar will change to the color designated for that zone. This eliminates any
ambiguity as to the signal status, especially just after transitioning to a new zone.
STEP Q
First (Step Q) is to select the color to be displayed, when the bar is “below*”, whichever set point is set
to the lowest position.
Second (Steps R, S, T, and U) is to select the color to be displayed when the bar is above each specific
set point, regardless of the order or position to which the set points are set.
[orAn]
[rEd]
STEP R
However, if two or more setpoints with differently specified colors are positioned at the same set point
value, the color specified for the set point with the highest identifying number will be displayed. When set
points are set to the same value, the SP4 color overrides the SP3 color, the SP3 color overrides the SP2
color, and the SP2 color overrides the SP1 color.
STEP Q
STEP R
STEP S
Select Bargraph Color when the bar is BELOW* the Setpoint that is set to the lowest position
1) Using the
and
buttons, select the desired bargraph color [grn], [oran] or [red]
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [CSP1] and the previous color setting.
Select Bargraph Color when the bar is ABOVE* SP1 Setpoint
1) Using the
and
buttons, select the desired bargraph color [grn], [oran] or [red]
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [CSP2] and the previous color setting.
[orAn]
[rEd]
STEP S
[orAn]
[rEd]
STEP T
Select Bargraph Color when the bar is ABOVE* SP2 Setpoint
1) Using the
and
buttons, select the desired bargraph color [grn], [oran] or [red]
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [CSP3] and the previous color setting.
STEP T
Select Bargraph Color when the bar is ABOVE* SP3 Setpoint
1) Using the
and
buttons, select the desired bargraph color [grn], [oran] or [red]
2) Press the P button. Display toggles between [CSP4] and the previous color setting.
STEP U
Select Bargraph Color when the bar is ABOVE* SP4 Setpoint
1) Using the
and
buttons, select the desired bargraph color [grn], [oran] or [red]
2) Press the P button. The meter exits the setpoint mode and returns to the operational
display.
[orAn]
[rEd]
STEP U
[orAn]
[rEd]
Operational Display
The Bargraph Color programming mode is now complete.
SP
P
1
2
3
4
*Note: For horizontal display formats BELOW* should be read as,
“to the left” and ABOVE* should be
read as, “to the right”.
Functional Diagram
1 3 5 7 9
I-Series Input Signal
Socket for Input Signal
Conditioning Module
2 4 6 8 10
1M
Input Hi
Input Lo
Multiplexer
1M
and
+5VDC
0.1
Buffer
0.1
Amplifier
-5VDC
Conditioning Module
1
2
3
4
Input and output
pins vary for
different modules.
Please see the
specific module
data sheet for
details.
5
NO3
COM 1 & 3
NC1
NO1
NO4
COM 2 & 4
NC2
NO2
Analog +
Analog –
Program Lock
Common
Dim
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
17
18
19
20
21
1.25 V
Bandgap
Reference
MOV's
1
2
3
4
5
+24VDC
6
Analog Common
System Ground
MUXO
24 V Return
5A
+5V
SP3
10A
+5V
SP1
GND
90
GND
+5V
GND
80
5A
+5V
SP4
10A
+5V
SP2
4
70
3
60
2
Relay Activation LEDs
1
50
Bargraph Segments
40
30
20
Programming Buttons
P
10
Isolated 16 Bit Sigma Delta D to A
mA Select Header
SP
Micro
Processor
Display
Driver
MOV's
%
100
+5V
14 Bit
Single
Slope
A to D
Ref Hi
7
8
9
10
+5V
V
0
GND
+15 V DC
Digital Display
GND
NTC
AC Neutral, – DC 23
AC Line, + DC 24
AC/DC Power Input
EMI Filter
Isolated
Switching
Supply
+15 V DC
+5 V DC
-5 V DC
+24 V DC
ISO
GND
GND
ISO
GND
FL-B101D40 Functional Diagram
Connector Pinouts
This meter uses plug-in type screw terminal connectors
for all input and output connections. The power supply
connections (pins 23 and 24) have a unique plug and
socket outline to prevent cross connection. The main
board uses standard right-angled connectors.
SP3
NO
SP1
NC
SP1/3
COM
SP1
NO
SP4
SP2
NO
NC
SP2/4
SP2
COM
NO
NO2
COM 2&4
NC2
NO4
NO1
COM 1&3
NC1
NO3
!
DIM
GND
See Leopard Family Input
Signal Conditioning Moduls
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
1-6
Replacement 2-, 3-, and 4-pin plug connectors are available (see Accessories on page 20).
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SP3
SP1
SP4
23 24
17 18 19 20 21
Analog
Output –
Analog
Output +
WARNING:
AC and DC input signals and power supply
voltages can be hazardous. Do Not connect live wires to
screw terminal plugs, and do not insert, remove or handle
screw terminal plugs with live wires connected.
LOCK
AC
Neutral
AC
Line
or
– DC
+ DC
SP2
Note: The sequence of setpoint outputs on meters shipped prior to 2002
was 1-2-3-4. The sequence is now 3-1-4-2, enabling delay on make
(dom) and delay on break (dob) to be used with both Form “C” relays.
Pin Descriptions
Input Signal – Pins 1 to 6
Pins 1 to 6 are reserved for the input signal conditioner.
See the data sheet for the selected input signal conditioner.
Pins 8 to 15 – Relay Output Pins
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
SP3 NO. Normally Open 5 Amp Form A.
SP1/3 COM. Common for SP1 and SP3.
SP1 NC. Normally Closed 10 Amp Form C.
SP1 NO. Normally Open 10 Amp Form C.
SP4 NO. Normally Open 5 Amp Form A.
SP2/4 COM. Common for SP2 and SP4.
SP2 NC. Normally Closed 10 Amp Form C.
SP2 NO. Normally Open 10 Amp Form C.
Pins 17 to 21 – Rear Panel Switches
Pin 17
ANALOG OUTPUT (+). mA (0 to 20 mA/4 to 20 mA)
or V (0 to 10 V) output is header selectable.
Pin 18
mA)
Pin 19
Pin 20
Pin 21
ANALOG OUTPUT (–). mA (0 to 20 mA/4 to 20
or V (0 to 10 V) output is header selectable.
Programming LOCK. By connecting the LOCK pin
to the COMMON pin, the meter's programmed
parameters can be viewed but not changed.
COMMON. To activate the LOCK or DIM functions
from the rear of the meter, the respective pins have
to be connected to the COMMON pin. This pin is
connected to the internal power supply ground.
DIM. By connecting the display dim (DIM) pin to
the COMMON pin, the display brightness setting
is halved.
Pins 23 and 24 – AC/DC Power Input
Auto-sensing AC/DC power supply. For voltages between
85-265 V AC / 95-370 V DC (PS1) or 18-48 V AC / 10-72 V
DC (PS2).
Pin 23
Pin 24
AC Neutral / –DC. Neutral power supply line.
AC line / +DC. Live power supply line.
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Component Layout
Relay Activation LEDs
Typical Input Signal Conditioner
DC VOLTS
No Exc
24 V Exc
CUSTOM
2V
20V
200V
GAIN HEADER
100
1
%
80
Offset
0
Decrease
–
SPAN
+
Increase
SP3
SP1
3
60
2
4
192
80
172
70
152
SP
70
3
90
4
Pins
Connect
Main
Board to
Driver
Board
SP
%212
Bargraph
Segments
90
2
100
Relay
Activation
LEDs
60
132
1
50
50
40
40
30
30
SP4
112
SP2
92
72
20
Analog
output
board
placed
on edge
here
P
10
20
Programming
Buttons
HIGH VOLTS MODULE
0
High Voltage
Transformer is
Colored Grey
52
10
C
32
F
0
Digital Display
Programming
Buttons
High Voltage Main Board
Display
Driver Board
P
Standard Display
Board (Front)
Order Code VRR
Typical Input Signal Conditioner
Dual Scale Display
Board (Front)
Order Code DSRR
DC VOLTS
No Exc
24 V Exc
CUSTOM
2V
20V
200V
GAIN HEADER
0 to 10 V DC
Selection Position
4 to 20 mA (0 to 20 mA) Analog Output
Selection Position
Selection Header
Offset
+
Decrease
0
SPAN
–
Increase
SP3
Optional Analog
Output Module
SP1
SP4
SP2
Analog
Analog
output
output
board
board
placed
placed
on edge
on
edge
here
here
Horizontal Bargraph Order Code HRR (Standard)
LOW VOLTS MODULE
0
10
20
30
40
50
Low Voltage
Transformer is
Colored Black
60
70
80
90
100
SP
P
1
2
3
4
Low Voltage Main Board
Connectors
Standard plug-in screw terminal blocks provided by Texmate:
WARNING
!
AC and DC input signals and power
supply voltages can be hazardous.
Do Not connect live wires to terminal blocks, and do not insert, remove or handle terminal blocks with live wires connected.
Pin Socket
Pin Socket
Pin Socket
Input Power
Screw Terminal Plug
Right-angled
Screw Terminal Plug
Straight-thru
Screw Terminal Plug
I-Series Input Signal Conditioning Modules
Many additional input modules are available and others are constantly being developed. Check with your local distributor or
www.texmate.com for updated information.
Pre-calibrated I-Series input modules, that have span or zero potentiometers, can be interchanged between any I-Series compatible meter, without recalibration, because all of the analog scaling and reference circuitry is self-contained within the module. Where appropriate, all the standard ranges shown are designed to be header selectable by the user, and Texmate's unique
SPAN ADJUST Header facilitates scaling to almost any required engineering unit. See Input Module Component Glossary and
Calibration on pages 13 and 14. Also see Two Point Digital Calibration and Digital Calibration on page 4.
Unless otherwise specified Texmate will ship all modules pre-calibrated with factory preselected ranges and/or scalings as
shown in BOLD type. Other pre-calibrated standard ranges or custom ranges may be ordered. Factory installed custom scaling and other custom options are also available (see Ordering Information, Special Options on last page).
Symbols Indicate Module Compatibility Within Meter Families
TIGER Family
TIGER Family
TIGER Family
LEOPARD Family
LEOPARD Family
LEOPARD Family
LYNX Family
LYNX Family
LYNX Family
AC and DC input signals and power supply
voltages can be hazardous. Do Not insert, remove or handle
modules with live wires connected to any terminal plugs.
!
MODEL SPECIFIC
SOME MODELS
ALL MODELS
WARNING:
IA06: AC Volts True RMS, 300/600V AC
IA01: AC Volts Scaled RMS, 200/600V AC
123A
L
300C
N
AC V RMS HI
600V
TIGER
TIGER
600 V
300 V
200V
LEOPARD
LEOPARD
SPAN
LYNX
LYNX
IA02: AC Volts Scaled RMS, 200mV/2V/20V AC
IA07: AC Volts True RMS, 200mV/2V/20V AC
140A
369B
ACV-LO
2 V / 20 V RMS
TIGER
PIN 1
TIGER
PIN 2
20V
LEOPARD
LEOPARD
2V
0.2V
LYNX
LYNX
IA03: AC Milliamps Scaled RMS, 2/20/200mA AC
IA08: AC Milliamps True RMS, 2/20/200mA AC
370B
280A
HI
AC mA
TIGER
TIGER
2 / 20 / 200 mA
RMS
AC mA
PIN 1
PIN 2
2mA
LO
LEOPARD
20mA
LEOPARD
200mA
LYNX
LYNX
IA09: AC Amps True RMS, 1 Amp AC
IA11: AC Amps True RMS, 5 Amp AC
IA04: AC Amps Scaled RMS, 1 Amp AC
IA05: AC Amps Scaled RMS, 5 Amp AC
301B
065D
LYNX
Primary
AC Current
Primary
AC Current
LO RANGE HI
Fully User Scalable
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+
Fully User Scalable
LEOPARD
+
LYNX
1A/5A
Secondary
CT
TIGER
+
LEOPARD
AC AMPS RMS
1 A Shunt
1A
Secondary
CT
TIGER
< Increase Span Decrease >
LO
HI
AC AMPS
I-Series Input Signal Conditioning Modules
IA10 AC Millivolts, Scaled RMS, 100mV AC
285A
24V
Exc
OFF
LO
LEOPARD
TIGER
IP07
ON
ACmV
24V Exc
Custom
200V
20V
2V
TIGER
090D
ACI
< Increase Span Decrease >
ACmV
HI
ID05: DC Volts 2/20/200/Custom V DC with Offset
and 24V Exc.
LEOPARD
IP07
LO RANGE HI
LYNX
IA12: AC Millivolt RMS Sigma Delta
371A
< Increase Span Decrease >
LYNX
ID07: DC Milliamps, 2/20/200mA DC with Offset
and 24V Exc
141E
HI
DCmA
ACmV RMS
24V
Exc
LEOPARD
OFF
TIGER
IP07
LO
24V Exc
ON
PIN 1
PIN 2
2mA
20mA
200mA
TIGER
Offset
+
0
_
Fully User Scalable
LEOPARD
IP07
Offset
< Increase Span Decrease >
LYNX
ID01: DC Volts, 2/20/200V/Custom w/24V DC Exc
0
_
LYNX
+
IF02: Line Frequency
269D
090D
24V Exc
OFF
24V
Exc
TIGER
IF06
ON
Custom
200V
20V
2V
TIGER
IP07
60 to 500V AC
LEOPARD
IP07
LEOPARD
Frequency to Voltage Conversion
< Increase Span Decrease >
SPAN
LYNX
LYNX
ID02: DC Millivolts, 20/50/100/200mV DC w/24V DC Exc
ZERO
IGYZ: Universal Direct Pressure (Absolute or Differential/Gage)
See below for ordering code options
142A
200
100
50
20
TIGER
ON
OFF
TIGER
332D
24V EXC
DCmV
24V
Exc
ABSOLUTE / DIFFERENTIAL
PRESSURE
LEOPARD
LEOPARD
LYNX
< Increase Span Decrease >
LYNX
ID03: DC Milliamps, 2/20/200mA DC w/24V DC Exc
Ordering Code Options for Direct Pressure (IGYX, IGYY & IGYZ)
I
141E
DCmA
ON
24V
Exc
24V Exc
OFF
2mA
20mA
200mA
TIGER
IP07
LEOPARD
IP07
< Increase Span Decrease >
LYNX
CH1
Order Code
CH2
Order Code
1 psi Absolute
A
A
1 psi Differential
B
B
5 psi Absolute
C
C
5 psi Differential
D
D
15 psi Absolute
E
15 psi Differential
F
F
30 psi Absolute
G
G
30 psi Differential
H
H
For Universal Direct Pressure
IGYZ, the last digit of order
code is always Z.
E
100 psi Absolute
J
J
100 psi Differential
K
K
0
_
TIGER
PIN 2
LEOPARD
_
24V
Common
External
Loop Supply
Fully User Scalable
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ON
OFF
HI
Range
LYNX
+
< Decrease Zero Increase >
24V EXC
LO RANGE HI
091E
Offset
+
Fully User Scalable
< Increase Span Decrease >
LYNX
Sensor Range
Other devices can be
added to the loop.
065D
DC AMPS
LEOPARD
For Single Channel IGYX with
two digital inputs, the last digit
of order code is always X.
IP01: Process Loop, 4-20mA
IP02: Process Loop, 4-20mA with 24VDC EXC
ID04: DC Amps, 5A DC
ID09: DC Amps, 1A DC
TIGER
G
< Decrease Span Increase >
LO
I-Series Input Signal Conditioning Modules
IP03: Process Input, 1-5V DC with Offset, 24V Exc
IR04: Resistance 2KΩ (Lynx only)
IR05: Resistance 2KΩ (Leopard only)
091E
1 to 5V
Common
PIN 2
128A
Offset
0
_
250Ω
PROCESS 1 to 5V DC
+ 1 to 5V Input
< Decrease Zero Increase >
LEOPARD (IR05)
+
TIGER
IP07
4/20mA
Pt-100Ω
RTD
_
24V EXC
+24 V
LEOPARD
IPO7
ON
OFF
3 wire
4 wire
LYNX (IR04)
LYNX
Fully User Scalable
< Decrease Span Increase >
LO
IP07: Universal Process Input
2V/5V/10V/20V/200V/2mA/20mA/Custom
224C
24V EXC
HI
TIGER
Process input
24V
Exc
ON
Pressure Transducer
PRESSURE
2
20
mV/V
Custom
2mA
20mA
200V
20V
10V
5V
2V
EXC
Requires Digital Calibration
IS01: Strain Gage 5/10VDC Exc., 20/2mV/V, 4/6-wire
IS02: Pressure/Load Cell
5/10VDC Exc., 20/2mV/V, 4/6-wire
151A
TIGER
CURRENT
VOLTAGE
LO
LEOPARD
OFF
3 wire
Range
4 wire
HI
LEOPARD
5V
10V
6W
4W
UNIVERSAL PROCESS
LYNX
FX-B101Q
IPT1: Prototype Board for Custom Design
IS04: Pressure/Load Cell Ext Exc., 20/2mV/V, 4/6–wire
195C
150A
For multiple pressure transducers
TIGER
1
4
3
6
5
8
7
LEOPARD
External
Power
Supply 5 V or 10 V
LYNX
IR02: 3 wire Potentiometer 1KΩ min (0-F.S.)
6W
17
4W
15
18
10V
16
2
13
5V
11
14
EXC
9
12
20
10
TIGER
mV/V
LEOPARD
2
IS05: Pressure/Load Cell 20/2mV/V, 5/10V Exc 4-wire
273A
POTENTIOMETER
TIGER
IS02
TIGER
Pressure Transducer
or Load Cell
244C
mV/V
PRESSURE
2
20
EXC
10V
5V
EXT
LEOPARD
LEOPARD
IS02
RANGE
HI
LO
1KΩ Minimum
1MΩ Maximum
100% Signal Span 1 K = 2000
< Increase Span Decrease >
LYNX
LYNX
IR03: Linear Potentiometer 1KΩ min
IS06: Pressure/Load Cell Ext Exc., 20/2mV/V, 4-wire
273A
Digital Scaling
TIGER
Input
Exc
244C
For multiple pressure transducers
POTENTIOMETER
mV/V
PRESSURE
2
TIGER
IS04
20
LYNX
–
+
5 V or 10 V External Power
Supply Drift is Ratiometrically
Compensated by Module
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RANGE
HI
LO
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LEOPARD
IS04
10V
5V
EXT
LYNX
1KΩ Minimum
1MΩ Maximum
EXC
Gnd
LEOPARD
2/12/04 FL-B101D40 DS (FL7)
I-Series Input Signal Conditioning Modules
IS07: Pressure/Load Cell Ext Exc. High Impedance,
20/2mV/V, 4/6–wire
277A
For multiple pressure transducers
TIGER
Pressure Hi Impedance
ZERO
10V
5V
Exc
4W
6W
External
Power
Supply 5V or 10V
2
20
mV/V
LEOPARD
IT03: RTD, 100Ω Pt. 2/ 3/4-wire (-200 to 800°C)
IT04: RTD, 100Ω Pt. 2/ 3/4-wire (-200 to 1470°F)
IT05: RTD, 100Ω Pt. 2/3/4-wire (-199.9 to 199.9°F)
IT14: RTD, 100Ω Pt. 2/3/4-wire (-199.9 to 199.9°C)
Excitation is 1mA
Up to 50Ω resistance in each
lead can be compensated
187C
RTD
LEAD
COMP
TIGER
IT02
LIN
Pt-100Ω
RTD
LEOPARD
4 wire
3 wire
3 wire
4 wire
LINEARISATION IS ANALOG
Typical accuracy is
±(0.3% + 1 digit)
LYNX
IT06: Thermocouple, J Type (0-1400 ˚F)
IT08: Thermocouple, J Type (0-760 ˚C)
LINEARISATION IS ANALOG
T/C +
T/C –
TIGER
IT01
Conformity error to NIST tables (at 25°C)
LEOPARD
271D
J/K THERMOCOUPLE
J
J
K
K
±(2 ˚C + 1 digit) typical
±(4 ˚F + 1 digit) maximum
±(3 ˚C + 1 digit) typical
±(5 ˚F + 1 digit) maximum
LINEARITY
ZERO
SPAN
LYNX
IT07: Thermocouple, K Type (0-1999 °F)
IT09: Thermocouple, K Type (0-1260 °C)
272D
LINEARISATION IS ANALOG
J/K THERMOCOUPLE
T/C +
T/C –
TIGER
IT01
Conformity error to NIST tables (at 25°C)
LEOPARD
J
J
K
K
±(2 °C + 1 digit) typical
±(4 °F + 1 digit) maximum
±(3°C + 1 digit) typical
±(5 °F + 1 digit) maximum
LINEARITY
ZERO
SPAN
LYNX
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Input Module Component Glossary
HI
24V EXC
24V
Exc
LO
ON
OFF
N
O
FF
O
Custom
200V
20V
2V
ZERO Potentiometer (Pot)
If provided, the ZERO pot is always to the left of
the SPAN pot (as viewed from the rear of the
meter). Typically it enables the input signal to be
offset ±5% of full scale (-100 to +100 counts).
To the
Left Rear
ZERO
Turn Clockwise to
Increase Reading
SPAN Potentiometer (Pot)
≈ – 100 Counts
If provided, the 15 turn SPAN pot is always on the
right side (as viewed from the rear of the meter).
Typical adjustment is 20% of the input signal range.
To the
Right Rear
SPAN
Turn Clockwise to
Increase Reading
–
0
+
≈ + 100 Counts
15 Turn Potentiometer
SPAN ADJUST Header
e>
reas 1
Dec 2
pan 3
S
se
crea
< In 5 4
5 4
3
2 1
This unique five-position header expands the
adjustment range of the SPAN pot into five equal
20% steps, across 100% of the input Signal Span.
Any input Signal Span can then be precisely
scaled down to provide any required Digital
Display span from 1999 counts to 001 (one count).
Offset
—
+
0
—
+
0
< Increase Span Decrease >
12
3
Zero Offset Range Header
4 5
NEGATIVE OFFSET
Decreases Digital Reading
< Decrease Span Increase >
SPAN Adjust
Header position
4
3
2
1
5
ZERO Pot%
– 100% of Offset
Offset Range
≈ – 500 Counts
SPAN Pot %
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
Signal Span %
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
Equivalent
Circuit
+ 100% of Offset
≈ + 500 Counts
0
0
+
15 Turn Potentiometer
15 Turn Potentiometer
Input LO
HI
–
Equivalent
Circuit
POSITIVE OFFSET
Increases Digital Reading
– 0 +
No
Offset
Zero Pot
Disabled
Acts like 75 Turn 1 Megaohm Potentiometer
Input
HI
HI
LO
1
2
3
e
Ze
ro
De
cre
as
e>
Range
re
nc
5
<I
5 4
4
as
LO
3
2 1
< Increase Zero Decrease >
Span Adjust Header
12
3
LO
< Decrease Span Increase >
SPAN Adjust
Header position
2
3
4 5
NEGATIVE OFFSET
Span Range Header
4
3
12
HI
54
5
2
1
3
4
5
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
10% 10%
10%
Signal Span %
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80% 90%
100%
Equivalent
Circuit
ZERO Pot %
Equivalent
Circuit
Low Range
– 0 +
No
Offset
< Increase Zero Decrease >
ZERO Adjust
Header position
5
4
3
2
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4 5
< Decrease Zero Increase >
+1200 or more counts
0
Input HI
3
5
4
3
2
1
Zero Pot
Disabled +20% +20% +20% +20% +20%
–1200 or more counts
–
75 Turn Potentiometer
High Range
1
–20% –20% –20% –20% –20%
Offset Range
Input LO
12
2 1
HI RANGE
SPAN Pot %
Acts like a
150 Turn
Potentiometer
3
< Decrease Span Increase >
LO RANGE
1
Zero Offset Range Header
POSITIVE OFFSET
Span Adjust Header
4 5
0
+
75 Turn Potentiometer
Input Module Calibration Procedures
In addition to the analog calibration capabilities that enable many modules to be interchanged between different meters without loss of accuracy the Leopard Family of meters have enhanced Digital Calibration
functions.
Basic standard range calibration of direct reading
modules that utilize either Auto Zero or a ZERO
pot, an INPUT RANGE Header and or a SPAN pot.
1 If the module has an INPUT RANGE Header, reposition the
jumper clip to select the desired input signal range.
2. Apply a zero input or short the input pins. The display will auto
zero, or if the module has a ZERO pot, it should be adjusted until
the display reads zero.
3 Apply a known input signal that is at least 20% of the full scale
input range and adjust the SPAN pot until the display reads the
exact input value. For negative inputs, Leopard Family Meters will
display negative overrange at 50% of full scale range.
4 Decimal Points.The selection or positioning of decimal points has
no effect on the calibration of the modules
Wide range scaling, in engineering units not requiring offsets, with modules that utilize auto-zero or a
ZERO pot, a SPAN RANGE Header and or a SPAN
ADJUST Header.
Texmate’s unique SPAN ADJUST and SPAN RANGE Headers provide the circuit equivalent of an ultra-precision one megohm 75 or
150 turn potentiometer that can infinitely scale down any Input
Signal SPAN to provide any full scale Digital Display Span from
1999 (counts) to 001 (one count).
Large offset scaling and calibration of process signal inputs with modules that utilize ZERO ADJUST
Headers and or ZERO OFFSET RANGE Headers.
Texmate’s unique ZERO OFFSET RANGE Header enables the
use of a simple two step scaling and calibration procedure for those
process signals that require large offsets. This eliminates the back
and forth interaction, between zero and span settings, that is often
required to calibrate less finely engineered products.
The first step is to set the ZERO OFFSET RANGE Header to the
center position (No Offset) and scale down the Input Signal Span to a
percentage that will enable calibration with the SPAN pot to reach the
required Digital Display Span.
The second step is to set the ZERO ADJUST and or ZERO OFFSET
RANGE Header to provide a positive or negative offset of sufficient
counts that calibration with the ZERO pot will offset the Digital Display
Span to produce the required digital reading.
Example B: 1 to 5 V to read –100 to 1500 °C.
Signal Span = 4V, Digital Display Span = 1600 counts
1 If the module has an INPUT RANGE Header the 2 V position should
be selected. This will provide a digital display of 1600 counts for an
input of 1.6 V which is (1.6 ÷ 4) = 40% of the examples 4 V signal
span. To scale down the Signal Span to 40% select the 40% Signal
Span position on the SPAN ADJUST Header (position 2).
2 If the module is a Process Input 1-5 V DC type, select the (Hi Range)
position on the SPAN RANGE Header and the 100% Signal Span
position on the SPAN ADJUST Header (position 5, max increase).
This will provide a digital display of 1600 counts for an input of 4V
which is 100% of the examples 4V Signal Span.
3 Set the ZERO OFFSET RANGE Header to the center position
(no offset). Apply 1 V and adjust the SPAN pot until the display
reads 400 . A 4V input would then read 1600 counts.
If the module has an INPUT RANGE Header, and the required full
scale Digital Display Span (counts) is to be larger than the directly
measured value of the input Signal Span, then the next lower range on
the INPUT RANGE Header should be selected. The resulting over
range Signal Span is then scaled down, by selecting the position of the
SPAN RANGE Header and or the SPAN ADJUST Header, which will
reduce the input Signal Span to a percentage, that the required Digital
Display Span can be reached by calibration with the SPAN pot.
4 Set the ZERO OFFSET RANGE Header to the negative offset
position. If the module has a ZERO ADJUST Header select the
position that will provide a negative offset of ≈ –500 counts.
Apply 1 V and adjust the ZERO pot until the display reads
–100. Apply 5 V and check that the display reads 1500.
Example A: 0 to 10 V to read 0 to 1800 gallons.
1 The full scale Signal Span of the Process Input 4-20 mA modules
is 0 to 20 mA for a full scale Digital Display Span of 0 to 2000
counts. This will provide a digital display of 1000 counts with an
input of only 10 mA which is (10÷16)=62.5% of the examples 16
mA signal span.
Signal Span = 10V, Digital Display Span = 1800 counts
1 Select the 2 V INPUT RANGE Header position. This will provide
a digital display of 1800 counts with an input of only 1.8 V which
is (1.8÷10)=18% of the examples 10 V Signal Span.
2 To scale down the Signal Span to 18% select the 20% Signal Span position on the SPAN ADJUST Header (position 1) or if the module
has a SPAN RANGE Header, select (LO Range) and 20%
Signal Span position on the SPAN ADJUST Header (position 2).
3 Apply a zero input or short the input pins. The display will auto
zero, or if the module has a ZERO pot, it should be adjusted until
the display reads zero.
4 Apply 10 V and adjust the SPAN pot until the display reads 1800.
Example C: 4 to 20 mA to read 00.0 to +100.0%
Signal Span = 16 mA, Digital Display Span = 1000 counts.
2 To scale down the Signal Span to 62.5% select the (Hi Range)
Position on the Span Range Header and the 70% Signal Span
position on the SPAN ADJUST Header (position 2).
3 Set the ZERO OFFSET RANGE Header to the center position
(no offset). Apply 4 mA and adjust the SPAN pot until the display
reads 250 . A 16 mA input would then read 1000 counts.
4 Set the ZERO OFFSET RANGE Header to the positive offset
position. If the module has a ZERO ADJUST Header select the
position that will provide a negative offset of ≈ –250 counts. Apply
4 mA and adjust the ZERO pot until the display reads 000. Apply
20 mA and check that the display reads 1000.
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Standard Face Plates and Scales
0
100
100
90
90
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
Face plates supplied with temperature modules.
100
SP
200
1
P
2
3
200
4
76-FLB1/BH Standard Horizontal
80
SP
4
70
3
60
2
80
3
3
60
2
2
2
1
1
1
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
P
0
4
3
50
10
SP
SP
4
4
70
1
10
SP
SP
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
SP
1
P
2
3
4
150
3
3
2
2
1
4
1
100
100
50
50
76-FLB1/WH Optional
SP
P
P
1
P
P
2
3
P
4
76-FLB1/BHX Optional
0
76-FLB1/WV
Optional
76-FLB1/BVX 76-FLB1/WVX
Optional
Optional
P
0
0
°F
SP
1
P
76-FLB1/BV
Standard
SP
4
150
100
90
2
3
°C
4
76-FLB1/BV2 76-FLB1/WV1
Standard
Optional
Temperature
76-FLB1/WHX Optional
Standard Scales and Caption Sheets (white or black lettering for do-it-yourself customizing)
Clear self-adhesive caption sheets with white or black lettering are provided for each meter shipped with a standard or optional faceplate.
1.0 1000 5.0 5000
1.2 1200
1.5 1500
2.0 2000
2.5 2500
3.0 3000 6000
0.9 900 4.5 4500
0.8 800 4.0 4000
1.0 1000
2.0 2000
1.2 1200
3.5 3500 7000
4.0 4000 8000
3.5 3500 7000
3.0 3000 6000
0.8 800
0.6 600 3.0 3000
4.5 4500 9000
2.5 2500 5000
1.5 1500
0.7 700 3.5 3500
4.0 4000 8000
3.0 3000 6000
2.0 2000 4000
2.5 2500 5000
0.5 500 2.5 2500
0.6 600
1.5 1500 3000
1.0 1000
7.5
7 7000
7
6 6000
6
5 5000
5
4 4000
4
3 3000
3
2 2000
2
1 1000
1
0 0000
0
2.5 2500 5000
1.5 1500
0.9 900
7.5 7500
2.0 2000 4000
2.0 2000 4000
0.4 400 2.0 2000
0.3 300 1.5 1500
1.0 1000
0.6 600
0.4 400
1.5 1500 3000
1.0 1000 2000
1.0 1000 2000
0.5 500
0.2 200 1.0 1000
0.2 200
0.5 500
0.3 300
A AC Eb Btu
J Ah kJ bar
K cd kV cal
dB kW cm
l
m DC ml FT3
V FT NL lbs
α HP Pa IN2
β Hz PF kg/
φ Kg pH mA
Ω kA sin mS
∆ L3 t/h mV
µ m3 yd3 Nm
ϑ W µA oz
γ °C µS RH
% °F µV 1/h
∠ °K µΩ µm
0.0 0000
bars
cal15
cm-1
cm2
cm3
dm3
H2O
kPa
l/s
l/h
l/m
lb/h
MW
min
mm
Sm3
CFH
CFM
CFS
COS
CPH
CPM
CPS
DCA
FPH
FPM
FPS
GAL
GMP
GPH
GPM
GPS
0.0 0000
BHP
IPS
IPH
Kg/h
KPH
KPM
KPS
kWH
Ib/ft
Ib/in
LPH
LPM
LPS
m3/h
m3/m
m3/S
Low
High
MGD
Mld
MPH
MPS
N/m2
ORP
PPH
PPM
PPS
RPH
RPS
phi
psi
X10
0.0 0000
inch/
Kcal
kg/hr
kVAR
kW/s
RPM
MPM
M3/hr
Upm
VAC
Vars
VDC
w/m2
YPM
YPS
µPa
CosØ
FEET
Hold
Km3/h
MWH
mWs
mbar
ml/m3
mm/s
Peak
PORT
STRB
TARE
TONS
X100
%KW
0.0 0000
AMPS
GALS
INHg
m/min
m/sec
Nm3/h
Ohms
PSIA
PSID
PSIG
PSIR
SCFM
TORR
U/min
x10kN
X1000
1.0 1000 2000
0.5 500 1000
0.1 100 0.5 500
0.0 000 0.0 0000
1.5 1500 3000
0.0 0000 0000
BBL/HR
BBL/MIN
DEG/MIN
FT H2O
In.H2O
Kg/cm2
KNOTS
kg/sec
Mvars
mmH2O
mmHg
VOLTS
%LOAD
%OPEN
AHEAD
ALARM
BOILER
Cycles
Depth
HEATER
Height
Hertz
Hours
INCHES
Input
PORT
PUMP
Preset
Reset
SHAFT
SPEED
Setup
TABLE
Total
VALVE
Valley
WATTS
0.5 500 1000
0.5 500 1000
0.0 0000 0000
0.0 0000 0000
AC Vars
AC Volts
AC Watts
BEARING
COOLANT
DC Volts
DC Watts
Degrees
ENGINE
EXHAUST
Humidity
METERS
Output
Percent
Program
Pounds
Pulses
RUDDER
SPINDLE
SQ ROOT
Set Point
THRUST
TURBINE
AC Amperes
AC Kilovars
AC Kilovolts
AIR FLOW
BBLS/HOUR
BFM AMPS
BHP x 100
BLOWER
DC Current
Dew Point
Degrees C
Degrees F
Degrees K
Degrees R
FPM X 10
Frequency
FUEL FLOW
GALLONS
IN. WATER
LEVEL FT.
LBS X 100
POSITION
TONS X 10
AC Kilowatts
AC Millivolts
BPH X 1000
CFH x 1000
DC Amperes
DC Kilovolts
DC Kilowatts
DC Millivolts
FPM X 100
FPM X 1000
GPM X 1000
HORSEPOWER
INCHES WC
INCHES H2O
KILOWATTS
LBS X 1000
MEGAWATTS
Power Factor
Phase Angle
RPM X 100
STARBOARD
TANK LEVEL
VAC MM HG
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AIR PRESSURE
AC Kiloamperes
AC Megavars
AC Megawatts
AC Watts/Vars
CENTIMETERS
DC Kiloamperes
FD FAN AMPS
IN. H2O PRESS
LBS/MINUTE
LEVEL INCHES
LEVEL GALLONS
LEVEL PERCENT
MILLIMETERS
Percent Current
Percent Load
PERCENT OPEN
RATE of TURN
STEAM TEMP °F
TONS / HOUR
OIL PRESSURE
WATER LEVEL
1000 LBS/HOUR
AC Milliamperes
Battery Voltage
Backup Voltage
Displacement
DC Amps to Ground
DC Microamperes
DC Milliamperes
GALLONS / MINUTE
GENERATOR AMPS
LBS PER GALLON
LOAD LIMIT PERCENT
MANIFOLD PRESSURE
MILL LOAD AMPS
MOTOR LOAD AMPS
Percent Horsepower
OXYGEN PERCENT
TEMPERATURE °C
TEMPERATURE °F
Motor Load Percent
LEFT RIGHT
FRONT REAR
FORWARD REVERSE
TOP BOTTOM (L119)
Custom Face Plates and Scales
• Large Run (250 pieces min): custom face plates are production silk screened, issued a part number, and held in stock for
free installation as required by customer orders.
• OEMs may also order Custom Meter Labels, Box Labels
Custom Data Sheets and Instruction Manuals.
Texmate Produces Thousands of
Custom OEM Face Plates
Have Texmate Design and Build a Custom
Face Plate to Suit your Next project!
Part Number
Description
List
Small Run Custom Face plates for Bargraphs
ART-FB-S/L . . . . . . .NRC for artwork & set-up Faceplate/Library . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ART-FB-S/N . . . . . . .NRC for artwork & set-up Faceplate/Non-Library . . . . . . . . .
ART-FB-S/L/C . . . . . .NRC for artwork & set-up Faceplate/Library/Co.Logo . . . . . .
ART-FB-S/N/C . . . . .NRC for artwork & set-up Faceplate/Non-Library/Co.Logo . . .
ART-FB-001 . . . . . . .Install Faceplate per meter - 1 color . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ART-FB-002 . . . . . . .Install Faceplate per meter - 2 color . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ART-FB-003 . . . . . . .Install Faceplate per meter - 3 color . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specify artwork serial number when ordering face plate installation. ie: AFB-XXXXX
• Custom face plates have a non-recurring artwork charge. A
serial number is then assigned to each artwork, to facilitate
re-ordering. We prefer custom logos and special artwork to
be supplied in an Illustrator or Photoshop file format.
• The non-recurring artwork charge is less if you choose
elements from our library. The standard scales and numbers
in the library are shown below. The standard library captions
are shown on the caption sheet.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.$35
.$55
.$75
.$95
.$10
.$20
.$30
Large Run Custom Face plates for Bargraphs
ART-FL-001 . . . . . . .Minimum order $250 ($250x$1) - 1 color . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10
ART-FL-002 . . . . . . .Minimum order $350 ($250x$1.40) - 2 color . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$20
ART-FL-003 . . . . . . .Minimum order $450 ($250x$1.80) - 3 color . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$30
When ordering Large Run Face plates to be installed specify the custom part number
issued for each different artwork. ie: 77-FLXXXXX
• Small Run or One-Off custom face plates incur an installation
charge, and are generally printed on a special plastic film, which
is then laminated to custom faceplate blanks as required.
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Ordering Information
BASIC MODEL #
DISPLAY
POWER SUPPLY
INPUT MODULES
ANALOG OUTPUT
RELAY OUTPUT
OPTIONS / ACCESSORIES
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FL-B101D40
Add to the basic model number the order code suffix for each standard option required. The last suffix is to
indicate how many different special options and or accessories that you may require to be included with this product.
Ordering Example: FL-B101D40-VRR-PS1-IA01-OIC-R11-OA2 plus CR-CHANGE and an OP-N4/144X36, $185 + N/C + N/C + 35 + 35 + 35 + 7 + 25 = $322
BASIC MODEL NUMBER
FL-B101D40 . . . 144x36mm, Leopard, 101 Segment Bargraph, 4 Digit . . . . . . . . . . .$185
Standard Options for this Model Number
Order Code Suffix
Description
DISPLAY
VRR . .Red LED Bargraph w/4 Digit Red DPM, Vertical . . . .
VGG . . .Green LED Bargraph w/4 Digit Green DPM, Vertical . . . . . . . .
VGR . . .Green LED Bargraph w/4 Digit Red DPM, Vertical . . . . . . . . .
VRG . . .Red LED Bargraph w/4 Digit Green DPM, Vertical . . . . . . . . .
VTG . . . .Tri-Color Bargraph w/4 Digit Green DPM, Vertical . . . . . . . . .
VTR . . . .Tri-Color Bargraph w/4 Digit Red DPM, Vertical . . . . . . . . . .
HRR . . .Red LED Bargraph w/4 Digit Red DPM, Horizontal . . . . . . . . .
HGG . . .Green LED Bargraph w/4 Digit Green DPM, Horizontal . . . . . .
HGR . . .Green LED Bargraph w/4 Digit Red DPM, Horizontal . . . . . . .
HRG . . .Red LED Bargraph w/4 Digit Green DPM, Horizontal . . . . . . .
HTG . . .Tri-Color Bargraph w/4 Digit Green DPM, Horizontal . . . . . . .
HTR . . . .Tri-Color Bargraph w/4 Digit Red DPM, Horizontal . . . . . . . .
DSGG . .Dual Scale Green LED Vertical Bargraph w/4 Digit Green DPM
DSGR . .Dual Scale Green LED Vertical Bargraph w/4 Digit Red DPM .
DSRG . .Dual Scale Red LED Vertical Bargraph w/4 Digit Green DPM .
DSRR . .Dual Scale Red LED Vertical Bargraph w/4 Digit Red DPM . . .
DSTG . .Dual Scale Tri-Color Vertical Bargraph w/4 Digit Green DPM .
DSTR . . .Dual Scale Tri-Color Vertical Bargraph w/4 Digit Red DPM . . .
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POWER SUPPLY
PS1 . .85-265VAC/95-370VDC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .N/C
PS2 . . . .15-48VAC/10-72VDC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35
IR02 . . .
IR03 . . .
IR05 . .
IS01 . .
IS02 . .
IS04 . .
IS05 . . .
IS06 . . .
IS07 . .
IT03 . .
IT04 . .
IT05 . .
IT06 . .
IT07 . .
IT08 . .
IT09 . .
.3-Wire Potentiometer 1KΩ min (0-F.S.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.Linear Potentiometer, 3-wire, 1KΩ min . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.Resistance 2KΩ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.Strain Gage 5/10VDC Exc., 20/2mV/V, 4/6-wire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.Pressure 5/10VDC Exc., 20/2mV/V, 4/6-wire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.Pressure Ext Exc., 20/2mV/V, 4/6–wire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.Pressure/Load Cell 20/2mV/V, 5/10V Exc 4-wire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.Pressure/Load Cell Ext Exc., 20/2mV/V, 4-wire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.Pressure 20/2mV/V with High Impedance and External Excitation . . . . . . . .
.RTD, 100Ω Pt. 2/3/4-wire (-200 to 800°C) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.RTD, 100Ω Pt. 2/3/4-wire (-200 to 1470°F) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.RTD, 100Ω Pt. 2/3/4-wire (-190.0 to 199.0°F) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.Thermocouple, J Type (0-1400 °F) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.Thermocouple, K Type (0-1999°F) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.Thermocouple, J Type (0-760 °C) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.Thermocouple, K Type (0-1260°C) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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.$45
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.$65
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ANALOG OUTPUT
OIC . . .Isolated 16 Bit Current Output, 4-20mA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35
OIV . . . .Isolated 16 Bit Voltage Output, 0-10VDC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35
RELAY OUTPUT
R11 . . .Single 10A Form C Relay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
R12 . . .Dual 10A Form C Relays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
R13 . . .Dual 10A Form C & One 5A Form A Relays . . .
R14 . . .Dual 10A Form C & Dual 5A Form A Relays . .
R15 . . .Single 10A Form C & Dual 5A Form A Relays .
R16 . . .Single 10A Form C & Single 5A Form A Relays
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Special Options and Accessories
INPUT MODULES (Partial List. See www.texmate.com)
Unless otherwise specified Texmate will ship all modules precalibrated with factory preselected ranges
and/or scalings as shown in BOLD type.
IA01 . . .AC-Volts Scaled RMS, 200/600V AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35
IA02 . . .AC-Volts Scaled RMS, 200mV/2V/20V AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35
IA03 . . .AC-mA Scaled RMS, 2/20/200mA AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
IA04 . . .AC-Amps Scaled RMS, 0-1 Amp AC (0-100.00) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
IA05 . . .AC-Amps Scaled RMS, 0-5 Amp AC (0-100.00) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40
IA06 . . .AC-Volts True RMS, 200/600V AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
IA07 . . .AC-Volts True RMS, 200mV/2V/20V AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
IA08 . . .AC-mA True RMS, 2/20/200mA AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
IA09 . . .AC-Amps True RMS, 0-1 Amp AC (0-100.00) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
IA10 . . .AC-Millivolt, Scaled RMS, 100mV AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
IA11 . . .AC-Amps True RMS, 0-5 Amp AC (0-100.00) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
IA12 . . .AC-Millivolt, True RMS, 100mV AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
ID01 . . .DC-Volts, 2/20/200V/Custom w/24V DC Exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25
ID02 . . .DC-Millivolt, 20/50/100/200mV DC w/24V DC Exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35
ID03 . . .DC-Milliamp, 2/20/200mA DC w/24V DC Exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25
ID04 . . .DC-Amps, 5A DC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$50
ID05 . . .DC-Volts 2/20/200/Custom V DC w/Offset and 24V Exc. . . . . . . . . . . . . .$45
ID07 . . .DC-Milliamp, 2/20/200mA DC w/Offset and 24V Exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35
ID09 . . .DC-Amps, 1A DC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$50
IF02 . . .Line Frequency, 50-500VAC, 199.9Hz, or optional 400Hz . . . . . . . . . . . . .$45
IGYZ* . . .Universal Direct Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$100
*View the IG- Ordering Code on page 13 to determine the value for Y & Z (IGAZ to IGKZ)
IP01 . . .Process Loop, 4-20mA(0-100.00) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35
IP02 . . .Process Loop, 4-20mA(0-100.00) w/24VDC Exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$45
IP03 . . .Process Input, 1-5V DC(0-100.00) w/Offset, 24V Exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$45
IP07 . . .Universal Process 2V/5V/10V/20V/200V/2mA/20mA/Custom . . . . . . . . . .$30
IPT1 . . .Prototype Board for Custom Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15
Part Number
WARRANTY
USER’S RESPONSIBILITY
Texmate warrants that its products are free from defects in material and workmanship under
normal use and service for a period of one year from date of shipment. Texmate’s obligations
under this warranty are limited to replacement or repair, at its option, at its factory, of any of the
products which shall, within the applicable period after shipment, be returned to Texmate’s facility, transportation charges pre-paid, and which are, after examination, disclosed to the satisfaction of Texmate to be thus defective. The warranty shall not apply to any equipment which
shall have been repaired or altered, except by Texmate, or which shall have been subjected to
misuse, negligence, or accident. In no case shall Texmate’s liability exceed the original purchase price. The aforementioned provisions do not extend the original warranty period of any
product which has been either repaired or replaced by Texmate.
We are pleased to offer suggestions on the use of our various products either by way of printed matter or through direct contact with our sales/application engineering staff. However, since
we have no control over the use of our products once they are shipped, NO WARRANTY
WHETHER OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR PURPOSE, OR OTHERWISE is made
beyond the repair, replacement, or refund of purchase price at the sole discretion of Texmate.
Users shall determine the suitability of the product for the intended application before using,
and the users assume all risk and liability whatsoever in connection therewith, regardless of any
of our suggestions or statements as to application or construction. In no event shall Texmate’s
liability, in law or otherwise, be in excess of the purchase price of the product.
Description
SPECIAL OPTIONS (Specify Inputs or Outputs & Req. Reading)
CR-CHANGE . . . . . .Calibrated Range Change to another Standard Range . . . .
CS-L/BAR . . . . . . . .Custom Scaling within any Stnd. or Custom Selectable Range . .
CSR-L/BAR . . . . . . .Custom Selectable Range Installation or Modification . . . .
CSS-L/BAR . . . . . . .Custom Special Scaling beyond the Standard Range . . . . .
COA-L/SINGLE . . . .Custom Output - Special Scaling of Analog Output . . . . . .
COR-L/RELAY . . . . .Custom Output - Relays Installed in Non-Standard Locations . . .
CCP-L/SETUP . . . . .NRC to Set-up Custom Configuration - Functions, Codes . . . . .
CCP-L/INSTL . . . . .Factory Installation - Custom Configuration . . . . . . . . . .
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ACCESSORIES (Specify Serial # for Custom Artwork Installation)
75-DMC14436B . . . .Side Slide Brackets-Wide opening (2 pc) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
75-DMC144X36 . . . .Side Slide Brackets-stand. (2 pc) - extra set . . . . . . . . . . .
93-PLUG2P-DP . . . . .Extra Screw Terminal Conn., 2 Pin Power Plug . . . . . . . . .
93-PLUG2P-DR . . . . .Extra Screw Terminal Conn., 2 Pin Plug . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
93-PLUG3P-DR . . . . .Extra Screw Terminal Conn., 3 Pin Plug . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
93-PLUG4P-DR . . . . .Extra Screw Terminal Conn., 4 Pin Plug . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
93-PLUG5P-DR . . . . .Extra Screw Terminal Conn., 5 Pin Plug . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OP-MTL144x36 . . . . .Metal Surround Case, includes screw mounting clips . . . . . .
OP-MTLCLIP . . . . . .Screw Mounting Clips (2 pc) - to screw tighten slide brackets
OP-N4/144X36 . . . . .144x36mm clear lockable front cover-NEMA 4X, splash proof .
OP-PA/144X36 . . . . .Panel Adapter for 144x36mm from 6 inch cutout . . . . . . . .
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For Custom Face Plates and Scales see page 19.
Many other options and accessories are available. See full price list for more details.
Prices subject to change without notice.
Texmate cannot assume responsibility for any circuitry described. No circuit patent or software
licenses are implied. Texmate reserves the right to change circuitry, operating software, specifications, and prices without notice at any time.
For product details visit www.texmate.com
Local Distributor Address
Distributed By: Metersusa Inc.
Web: MetersUSA.com
Email: [email protected]
1 847 302-7691
Copyright © 2004 Texmate Inc. All Rights Reserved.
2/12/04 FL-B101D40 DS (FL7)
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