2500 Data Acquisition and Multi loop PID Control Unit - E

2500 Data Acquisition and Multi loop PID Control Unit - E
2500
MODEL
2500 Data Acquisition and
Multi loop PID Control Unit
Ideal for:
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Remote I/O
Alarm Monitoring
Signal Conditioning
Multi-loop PID
◆Single loop
◆Cascade control
◆Ratio control
◆Override control
Furnaces
Environmental Chambers
Baking Conveyor Ovens
Packing Lines
Conveyor Furnaces
High performance, high accuracy, high functionality in an I/O
system that provides cost effective access to a wide range of
advanced functions including PID control with auto tuning and
gain scheduling.
Designed to communicate with Modbus RTU™ , Profibus™,
DeviceNet™ or Modbus TCP/IP masters, it can be used for
signal conditioning, alarm monitoring, remote data acquisition
or devolved control, for systems such as the Eurotherm Visual
Supervisor, PC based SCADA packages and PLC's.
Eight PID blocks, provide an extensive range of control
strategies. Each block offers one-shot auto tuning to optimise
control performance without the need for specialist knowledge.
Every PID block may be a Single PID, Cascade, Ratio or Override
controller, each providing the choice of analogue, time
proportioned or valve position output.
Six base sizes are available to take from 2 to 16 I/O modules
each. Up to 16 bases may be daisy chained to provide
acquisition and multiloop control solutions with up to 128 loops.
DIN rail mounting allows the 2500 to be located where the
control action is required, minimising the cost of the cable used,
as only the communications need be taken to the User Interface.
The 2500 may also be mounted on part of the machine, saving
the cost of centralised control cubicles.
A friendly Windows configurator package, 'iTools' is used to set
up the 2500. 'iTools' parameterises and commissions the I/O
points, the Toolkit and PID function blocks and interconnects
the different variables, alarms, function blocks and I/O. 'Toolkit
blocks' provide local combinational logic and mathematical
calculation.
Benefits:
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Advanced PID control
Single loop integrity
Physical distribution
Local processing
Direct interface to
temperature sensors
Plug-in modules
Expandable
Three-year warranty
Accurate control, independent of PLC scan times
Greater fault tolerance. Simple fault finding
Reduces wiring cost
Minimises communications to the master
More accuracy less cost
Reduces downtime
Only pay for the I/O required
Low ownership cost
• DATA MANAGEMENT • CONTROLS • PROCESS AUTOMATION•
Plug-in I/O Modules
Hot Swap
Cost effective
Optional fuses
Software configured
Executes control loops locally @ 110m Sec
User Soft Wiring and Toolkit blocks
Control
Up to 8 fully featured
PID blocks
Single loop, Cascade,
ratio or Override
Control
I/O Network
Modbus RTU
Profibus-DP, DPV1
DeviceNet
Modbus TCP/IP
2. Ch. universal analogue input
3. Ch. high level analogue input
4. Ch. universal analogue input
2. Ch. analogue output
4. Ch. digital input
6. Ch. AC input
8. Ch. digital input
4. Ch. logic out
4. Ch. relay output
Process Alarming
Threshold, Deviation or rate of change
2500 Signal Conditioning
Toolkit Block Functions
Add
Subtract
Multiply
Divide
Absolute difference
Maximum Minimum
Hot swap
Sample and hold
Power
Square root
Log Ln
Exponential
Select Logic
AND
OR
XOR
LAtch
Equal
Not equal
Greater than
Less than
Greater than, or equal
Less than or equal
I/O Bases
From 2 to 16 Modules
2500 Intelligent Alarm Monitor
Alarm Outputs (contact trips)
may be triggered, based on
sensed or calculated values.
Calculated values can be
derived from a comprehensive
library of maths and Boolean
functions.
The 2500 signal conditioning
“solution provider” for
multiple signal inputs offers
the answer to complex signal
conditioning challenges. The
different base sizes and I/O
structure enables users to
match I/O modules to suit
the
precise
needs
of
individual applications.
Alarms can be triggered upon
violation of high or low
threshold, deviation from a
constant or sensed input and
from calculated values. Rates
of change alar ms are also
available.
Used as a signal-conditioning
unit the 2500 can be
configured to solve complex
signal conditioning problems.
It enables easy link access to
analogue and digital inputs
and outputs while still
of fering
high
speed
industrial standard serial
communication, to suit your
data
acquisition
requirements.
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Custom linearisation
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Signal conditioning
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Ramp function
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High Low signal select
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First Order Filter
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Combinational Logic
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Mathematical functions
Analogue modules
Each input module
4 x Absolute High
4 x Absolute Low
Digital modules
Each input module
Istrue
Isfalse
Gotrue
Gofalse
Change of state
PID and User alarms
Up to 4 per block
Absolute High
Absolute Low
Deviation Band
Deviation High
Deviation Low
Rate of Change
2500 Remote I/O (Modbus, DeviceNet or Profibus)
The modularity of the 2500 makes it easier to create I/O
blocks with just the correct mix of Inputs and Outputs,
enabling you to distribute the acquisition equipment
geographically saving the cost of expensive multi-core or
compensation cables. Up to sixteen 2500 base units may be
daisy chained, to provide complex distributed multiloop
control or acquisition applications. Those are easily linked to
an operator interface unit, SCADA package or supervisory
PLC. They can also share the communications bus with
other exter nal devices such as discrete controllers,
indicators, chart recorders, drives...
Modbus or
Profibus-DP
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Control
2500E - Control module for a base unit
Humidity Function Block
The Input Output Controller (IOC) is the Central
Processing Unit of the 2500 DIN rail controller.
Each 2500 base has an IOC module mounted in
the extreme left-hand position. The control
module communicates with its I/O modules
which are connected to an internal IO bus, via a
passive Module Interconnection printed circuit
board. This also provides the internal power
required by the I/O modules.
A special Humidity function block calculates the relative
humidity or dew point (Process Value) using the wet and dry
bulb measurement technique. Pressure compensation can be
measured via a transmitter and soft wired to the block from
an input or can be set as a fixed parameter.
% RH
Wet bulb
Temperature
Control Blocks
Control Loops
Control modes
Up to 8 control blocks
On/Off, single PID, Cascaded PID,
Ratio Control or Override Control
Analogue, Time Proportioned or
Motorised Valve control with or
without feedback potentiometer
Linear, Water, Fan, Oil
One-shot Auto tune or Manual.
Three
Bumpless transfer or forced manual
output available
Ramp in units per sec, per min or
per hour
Control outputs
Cooling algorithms
Tuning
Number of PID sets
Auto / Manual control
Setpoint rate limit
Loop 1
Loop 2
Loop 3
Loop 4
Loop 5
Loop 6
Loop 7
Dew Point
Dry bulb
Temperature
Humidity
Block
Sensor Failure
Wet Bulb Offset
Pressure Compensation
Psychometric Constant
Zirconia Function Block
This feature is used to measure carbon potential, furnace dew
point or oxygen concentration.
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Temperature Control
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Carbon Potential Control
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Sooting Alarm
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Automatic Probe Cleaning
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Endothermic Gas Correction
Loop 8
Override
Ratio
Cascade
Single Loop
Gas Ref
% Carbon SP
SP
Valve Position
PV
PID
Gas Reference
Time
°C
Analogue Output
°C
Probe mV
Zirconia
Function
Block
mV
Carbon
Control
Loop
Enrichment Gas
Dilution Air
Probe Health
Sooting Alarm
PID and User Alarms
All Analogue inputs and outputs share a common,
comprehensive alarm capability in addition to the I/O
alarms.
Number of user alarms
Alarm types
Alarm modes
Probe Clean
Supported probes:
Probe mV, Bosch Carbon, AACC, Drayton, Accucarb, SSI,
MacDhui, Oxygen, Log Oxygen, Bosch, Dewpoint.
4 per PID block
plus 4 additional user alarms
High absolute, Low absolute,
Deviation high, Deviation low,
Deviation band, Rate of change All
with separate hysteresis
Latching or non-latching. Blocking.
Energised or de-energised in alarm
Toolkit block
User variables
Analogue function blocks
16 real values per base:
32 function blocks per base
Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide,
Absolute difference, Maximum,
Minimum, Hot swap, Sample and
hold, Power, Square root, Log, Ln,
Exponential, Select Logic
Digital function blocks
32 function blocks per base:
AND, OR, XOR, Latch, Equal, Not
equal, Greater than, Less than,
greater than or equal to, less than
or equal to.
Timing functions
8 Timers
8 Totalisers
8 Counters
Communications
The IOC module optionally supports MODBUS RTU,
DEVICENET, PROFIBUS or MODBUS TCP/IP
communications.
MODBUS RTU
MODBUS RTU
Connectors
PROFIBUS DP
Connectors
DEVICENET
MODBUS TCP/IP
3-wire RS232, RJ11
(Normally used for configuration)
Jumper selectable 2 or 4-wire RS485
(Field comms/configuration)
2 x RJ45
High speed RS485.
Up to 12Mb/s
9 pin D connector or 2 x RJ45
Can - 500Kb
“Open” connector
10baseT, RJ45
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‘iTools’ the configurator
What does it do?
'iTools' is used to set up the type,
range, linearisation and scaling
of analogue inputs, the PID
control type and parameters
and all other functions and
features within the 2500.
Trending How do I use it?
Simply plug the configuration
cable into the RJ11 socket on the
2500C module. Let 'iTools' scan
for the device. The module can
then be put into configuration
mode.
Simply click on the explorer
'folder' to select a parameter
page, then click the parameter
you wish to edit. A select list
will appear for the variable,
either a helpful multi choice,
pick list or numeric data entry
box will pop up.
Parameter Find Search function:
On-line and off-line
configuration
With just over 8500 parameters in each 2500, 'iTools' provides a helpful
search and find utility. A search can be made on Parameter name,
descriptions, address or a user comment.
Cloning, File Load,
Save and Copy
Simple Recipes
Processes often produce a range of products requiring
different settings to be entered into the control system. At
commissioning time, if these 'parameter sets' can be held in a
series of recipes, a rapid and accurate way of setting up the
process can be easily achieved.
'iTools' stores recipes in customised sets of parameters that
can be named, stored and downloaded to the control. A simple
system 'Snap-Shot' feature allows easy capture of the
currently set-up data in the system.
User Wiring Editor
Simple Recipes
Watch Window
Application
Documentation
HTML or CSV format
'iTools' Open Connectivity
Download
User Linearisations
'iTools' is a powerful configuration tool and in
communications support of this functionality is Eurotherm's
OPC compliant 'EuroMBus' MODBUS driver. The 'EuroMBus'
OPC server provides a client/server relationship between the
Modbus communications port and 'iTools' and allows other
OPC compliant clients to simultaneously link to the driver.
'EuroMBus' OPC provides access for:
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SCADA integration, e.g. Wonderware, without additional
drivers.
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OPC Scope - 'iTools' Commissioning Utility
OPC client/server
OPC Scope
commissioning utility
Trending and Logging
How many values can I select?
Every parameter can be selected and may be set as required.
How do I save and document my configuration?
Once the 2500 configuration has been completed then the
application can be saved as a 'clone' file for repeat application.
Clone files can be loaded, copied, saved and edited both on and
off line.
Soft wiring
Available on all 2500's, soft wiring enables interconnection
between Inputs, Alarms, Maths and Logic 'Toolkit Blocks', PID
and Outputs, in fact it links the control application.
Toolkit Blocks
'Toolkit blocks' provide the mathematical or logical
expressions required in creating an application . The
functions are wired together using 'drag and drop' techniques
simplifying creating complex application. The Toolkit block
variables are parameterised using pull down lists or by direct
data entry.
OPC Scope - 'iTools' Commissioning Utility
Provides a simple but effective commissioning interface
powerful enough for analysing and tuning the most complex
control loops.
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Trending - multi pen real time trends for Loop Tuning
10000 point buffer with variable sample rate.
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Data Logging - CSV file format
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Support for DDE included in 'OPC Scope' for linking to
other windows applications e.g. Excel, Word, etc.
What does it run on?
Minimum specification
Windows 95, 98
Windows NT 4.0
Windows 2000
Disk space
Pentium 90 with 16Mb of RAM
(32Mb recommended).
Pentium 166 with 24Mb of RAM
(48Mb recommended).
Pentium II 266 with 64Mb of RAM.
40Mb free required on all systems.
For additional information on iTools please ask for Data Sheet
HA026177.
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General Specification
16 module
442mm
12 module
Position for
2500E, the I/O
Controller
340mm
10 module
289mm
8 module (as shown)
4 module
2 module
239mm
134mm
137mm
104mm
87mm
Any type of I/O
modules may be
placed at any slot
position
180mm
Passive backplane
Terminal Unit
for 2500E
Handle used
to secure
module
Terminal Unit
for 2500M
I/O module
2500 Terminal Units click into place
to suit the IO module required
General
Sample rate
Supply voltage range
VA requirements
Non Replaceable Fuse
Rating
IOC power
consumption
Module power
consumption
2500B - Base unit
110mSec / Nominal 9Hz.
18.0 to 28.8Vdc.
< 80W max. for fully loaded rack
4A time lag
MODBUS RTU 1.5W max
PROFIBUS 2W max.
DEVICENET 2W max.
MODBUS TCP/IP
The base consists of an aluminium extrusion, the internal
I/O bus and mounting supports. The base is designed to be
DIN rail mounted, within an enclosure. If preferred, however,
it can be directly fixed to a bulkhead or mounting plate. Both
base and modules can be fixed horizontally or vertically.
Bases are available in three standard sizes to suit the number
of modules required in a particular system. The dimensions
and weights of the four standard bases are detailed in table
below.
See module specification below.
Mechanical
EMC
Emissions
Immunity
Vibration
Module capacity
Width (mm)
Weight Kg (No modules)
Weight Kg (all modules)
EN50081-2: 1994
EN50082-2: 1992
EN60068-2, test FC
Safety
Safety earth and screen
connections
Mounting
DIN rail
0 to 55°C
-20 to 70°C
5 to 95 % non-condensing
Termination assemblies
Casing
Ventilation Space
Live plug-in feature means that I/O modules can be replaced
under power without any disturbance to the field wiring or
other inputs and outputs, reducing downtime and minimising
disturbance to other signal conditioning strategies.
Diagnostic LED's
2500M Analogue module
2500M Digital module
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239
1.1
1.7
10
289
1.3
1.4
12
340
2.2
2.3
16
442
2.1
2.7
DIN rail or Bulkhead, can be
mounted horizontally or vertically
use symmetrical DIN rail to
EN50022-35 X 7.5 or 35 X 15
Without additional protection IP20
25mm free space above and below
Test Disconnect Units
Diagnostic LED's indicate module diagnostic status.
2500E Controller module
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137
0.6
1.0
The I/O modules are mounted on the base using terminal
assemblies. Ter minal assemblies provide the interface
between the input and output signals and the I/O modules.
Terminal assemblies and I/O modules are keyed to inhibit
insertion of the incorrect module; this prevents damage to
both equipment and plant.
Live plug-in
All modules
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87
0.4
0.6
EN61010-1: 1993/A2: 1995
Installation cat II, Pollution degree 2
Are made to clearly marked earth
terminals at the bottom of the base.
Environmental
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Module side view
Terminal assemblies have an optional fuse or a link
(isolator or disconnect). This provides a series of
connections between the customer terminals and
the I/O module, permitting pluggable fuse or link
units to be placed in series with the signal. Fuse and
link units are not interchangeable.
Terminal assemblies that do not have "disconnect",
have a dummy cover in the same position, providing
space for a label to indicate the circuit or cable tag
name.
A green LED at the top indicates the
module is powered and operating
correctly
3 Yellow LED's show configuration
or standby status, and
communications activity.
A red LED indicates failure of the
internal self-diagnostic routines.
Red LED's for each channel to
indicate channel failure
Yellow LED's for each channel
to indicate the channel state.
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Analogue Modules
2500M/AI2 Two channel analogue input module
2500M/AI4 Four channel analogue input module
This analogue input module is used to monitor analogue
signals from a wide range of plant sensors. The mA and TC
inputs each require the appropriate Terminal Unit.
This analogue input module is used to monitor analogue
signals from a wide range of plant sensors.
The mA and TC inputs each require the appropriate Terminal
Unit.
No of channels
Input types
mV range
mA range
Volts range
Ohms range
Hi Ohms range
Pot range
Resolution
Linearity
Input filtering
Inital input accuracy
System isolation
Channel isolation
Current consumption
TC Input specification:
Linearisation types
CJC System
CJC Accuracy
CJC Rejection
Initial accuracy
2
TC, RTD, Volts, mA, mV, Potentiometer,
Pyrometer, Zirconia probe
-150mV to +150mV at input
impedance>100MΩ
-22mA to +22mA with 5Ωburden in the
Terminal Unit
-10.2V to +10.2V at input impedance
303kΩ
0 to 600Ω 3- or 4-wire lead
compensation
0 to 5kΩ 3- or 4-wire lead compensation
5% to 95% ‘rotation’ of 100Ω to 5kΩ pot
Better than 0.001% of range
Better than 0.003% of range
OFF to 999.9 seconds
Electrical input factory calibrated to
better than 0.1% of reading
Reinforced, 264Vac max
Reinforced, 264Vac max between
thermocouple channels
Functional, 264Vac max between RTD,
volts and mA
100mA max
No of channels
Input types
mV range
mA range
Resolution
Input filtering
Initial input accuracy
System Isolation
Channel isolation
Current consumption
TC Input specification
Linearisation types
CJC System
CJC Accuracy
CJC Rejection
Initial accuracy
J, K, L, R, B, N, T, S, PL2, C, PT100, linear,
SqRoot, plus 3 custom
Measured by RTD fitted on Terminal
Unit
±0.5°C, over -10°C to +70°C
Better than 30:1
±1°C or ±0.2% of reading whichever is
greater (standard thermocouples)
2500M/A02 Two channel analogue output module
This analogue output module provides two isolated analogue
output channels. Each output may be independently
configured for current or voltage mode.
No of channels
Current output
Voltage output
2500M/AI3 Three channel analogue input module
Provides 3 isolated current input channels specifically
designed to meet the requirements of moder n two wire
transmitters. Each channel has its own isolated 24V supply for
3-wire transmitter excitation.
Linearity
Initial accuracy
Input filtering
Burden resistance
Channel PSU
System isolation
Channel isolation
Current consumption
J, K, L, R, B, N, T, S, PL2, C, linear,
SqRoot, plus 3 custom
Measured by RTD fitted on Terminal
Unit
±0.5°C, over -10°C to +70°C
Better than 30:1
±1°C or ±0.2% of reading whichever is
greater (standard thermocouples)
Note: User Calibration options can improve performance, limited only
by noise and non-linearity
Note: User Calibration options can improve performance, limited only
by noise and non-linearity
No of channels
Input range
Resolution
4
TC, mV, mA, Pyrometer
-150mV to +150mV at input impedance
>100MΩ
-22mA to +22mA with 5Ω burden in the
Terminal Unit
Better than 0.001% of range
OFF to 999.9 seconds
Electrical Input Factory Calibrated to
better than 0.1% of reading
Reinforced, 264Vac max
Functional, 264Vac max separating Ch1
& Ch2 from Ch3 & Ch4
100mA max
Resolution
System isolation
Channel isolation
Current consumption
3
-22mA to +22mA
Better than 1uA (16 bits with 1.6 second
filter time)
Better than 10uA
Factory calibrated to better than ±0.1%
of reading
OFF to 999.9 seconds
100Ω nom, 50mA max current
22 to 25Vdc, current limited 30mA nom,
self-resetting
Reinforced, 264Vac max
Functional, 50Vac max
100mA max
Note: User Calibration options can improve performance, limited only
by noise and non-linearity.
Note: Total burden can be increased to 250Ω for HART by cutting a
link track on the Terminal Unit.
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2
0 to 20mA; 12Vdc max compliance with
total burden less than 600Ω
-0.1 to 10Vdc; 20mA max compliance
with total load greater than 500Ω
Better than 1 part in 10,000 (15 bit
typical)
Reinforced, 264Vac
Functional, 264Vac max
120mA max
Digital Modules
2500M/DI8 Eight channel logic input module
This eight channel digital input module accepts eight
logic inputs and is available in two factory option
formats for voltage or contact-closure input.
2500M/DI4 Four channel digital input module
This digital input module accepts four logic inputs, and may
be wired either for voltage input (either polarity) or for
contact closure.
No of channels
Input functions
System isolation
Channel isolation
Current consumption
‘Contact’ Wired
External supply
Contact closure inputs
Wetting curent
Wetting voltage
‘Logic’ Wired
Logc inputs
Input impedance
4
On/Off, pulse and de-bounce
Reinforced, 2604Vac
Channels share a common connection
100mA max
No of channels
Input functions
System isolation
Channel isolation
18-30Vdc wetting power required
ON state: input resistance threshold
100Ω(<1kΩ typical)
OFF state: input resisitance threshold
10kΩ(>7kΩ typical)
>8mA
>9V, 12V typ measured open-circuit
Current consumption
‘Contact’ Variant
Contact closure inputs
Wetting current
Wetting voltage
‘Logic’ Variant
Logic inputs
ON state: input Voltage threshold
10.8Vdc, 30V max
OFF state: input Voltage threshold
5.0Vdc non-overlapping
4kΩ approx (at least 2mA drive required
for ‘ON’)
Input impedance
2500M/DI6 Six channel AC voltage input module
The six channel digital input module accepts six AC voltage
inputs and is available in two factory option for mats
optimized for 115Vac or 230Vac input ranges.
No of channels
Input functions
Frequency
Transiant immunity
System isolation
Channel isolation
Current consumption
‘115Vac’ Variant
Active On state
Inactive OFF state
Main input current
Max input current
‘230Vac’ Variant
Active ON state
Inactive OFF state
Min input current
Max input current
8
On/Off. pulse and de-bounce inputs with
input invert
Reinforced, 264Vac max
50Vac functional isolation between
4 pairs of channels
100mA max
ON state: input resistance threshold
100Ω (<1kΩ typical)
OFF state: input resistance threshold
10kΩ (>7kΩ typical)
4mA typ
>9V, 12V typ, measured open-circuit
ON state: input Voltage threshold
10.8Vdc, 30V max
OFF state: inout Voltage threshold
5.0Vdc non-overlapping
5kΩ approx (at least 2mA drive required
for ‘ON’)
2500M/DO4 Four channel logic output module
This digital output module provides four logic outputs
and is available in two factory option for mats for
standard or high-current output.
6
On/Off or de-bounce
47Hz-63Hz
EN50082
Reinforced, 264Vac max
Functional, 264Vac max
100mA max
No of channels
System isolation
Channel isolation
Current consumption
‘Logic’ Variant
Voltage supply
Output current
>95Vac RMS, 132Vac RMS max
<30Vac RMS
More than 2mA required for ‘ON’
8mA
Output Voltage
‘24’ Variant
External Voltage supply
Output current
>180Vac RMS, 264Vac RMS max
<60Vac RMS
More than 2mA required for ‘ON’
8mA
Output Voltage
4
Reinforced, 264Vac max
Channels share a common connection
100mA max
18 <Vs <30Vdc
>8mA high drive per channel (Current
limited)
At least Voltage supply (Vs) less 3V
switch drop
12 <Vs <30Vdc
100mA maximum high drive per channel
(Current & Temperature limited)
At least Voltage supply (Vs) less 3V
switch drop
2500M/RLY4 Four channel relay output module
This digital output module provides four relay outputs.
The relay contacts are all fitted with removable
snubber circuits to reduce contact arcing and prolong
contact life.
No of channels
Max current rating
Min ratings
Fuse
System isolation
Channel insulation
7
4 (3 normally open + 1 changeover)
2A at up to 240Vac; 0.5A at 200Vdc,
increasing to 2A at 50Vdc (resistive)
AgCdO contacts offer best operating life
switching more than 100mA 12V
3.15A, 20mm ceramic, time lag (T)
Reinforced, 264Vac max
Functional, 264Vac max
Coding
Note:
Field 7
Y = Alphanumeric Character
X = Numeric Character
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Accessories
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3
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2500A
Base Size
2
S02
S04
S08
S10
S12
S16
2 module positions
4 module positions
8 module positions
10 module positions
12 module positions
16 module positions
Earthing Sysytem
3
NONE
C02
C04
C08
C10
C12
C16
Two earth clamps fitted
Earthing clamp for a 2 module base
Earthing clamp for a 4 module base
Earthing clamp for a 8 module base
Earthing clamp for 10 module base
Earthing clamp for 12 module base
Earthing clamp for a 16 module base
Function
4
ACQIO
UW
4LOOP
4LOOPUW
8LOOP
8LOOPUW
Remote IO acquisition
Toolkit block + acq’n functions
Four PID blocks + acquisition
Four blocks + acquisition
Eight PID blocks + acquisition
Eight PID blocks + toolkit & acq’n
SYSIO Only available with Profibus or PBUSDPV1
SYSIO
Remote IO acquisition
Comms Protocol
5
MODBUS
DEVICENET
PROFIBUS
PBUS DPv1
ENET MBUS
6
No extension memory fitted
DeviceNet Comms
Profibus Comms
Profibus DPv1 Comms
Modbus TCP/Ethernet
Comms Connector Type
RJ45 conn. for Modbus or Profibus
9 pin D connector for Profibus
Standard DeviceNet screw connector
Ethernet communications
Module and
Terminations
8-24
Type
2
NONE No application loaded
YYYXXX Pre-configured application loaded
AI2-TC
AI2-DC
2 ch. isolated universal analog IP with CJC
2 ch. isolated universal analog IP for PT100,
Hiz and volts
AI2-MA
2 ch. isolated universal analogue input
- 5 ohm shunt fitted for mA
AI3
3 ch. isolated 4-20mA analog IP with 24Vdc
Tx PSU
AI3-DT
3 ch. isolated 4-20mA analog IP with 24Vdc
Tx PSU - Disconnects
AI4-TC
4 ch. non isolated T/C, with CJC
A14-MV
4 ch. non isolated mV input
AI4-MA
4 ch. non isolated mA input
A02
2 ch. isolated analogue output mA, volts
A02-DT
2 ch. isolated analogue output mA, volts with
disconnects
DI424
4 ch. 24Vdc digital input
DI424-DT 4 ch. 24Vdc digital input with disconnects
DI6-230V 6 ch. 230 volt ac. logic input
D16-115V 6 ch. 115 volt ac, logic input
D18L
8 ch. non isolated digital IP (Logic Inputs only)
D18C
8 ch. non isolated digital IP (Contact Inputs
only)
DO4L
4 ch. digital output
Logic output 10mA max
DO4L-DT 4 ch. digital output
Logic output 10mA max with disconnects
DO424
4 ch. digital output 24Vdc switched output
DO424-DT 4 ch. digital output 24Vdc switched output
with disconnects
RLY4
4 ch. relay output module
RLY4-FUSE 4 ch. relay output module with disconnects
BLANK
Blank terminal unit
NONE
No terminal unit or blank fitted
CABLE
CFGPSU
TERM
CFGKEY
BLANK
Communications cable
24vdc Power supply for use with
configuration lead
Terminator for end of RS 485 multidrop link
RJ11 start up key - forces IOC to start
in Configuration
Blank terminal assembly
Cable Options
23
Options with cable only
CONFIG
Used for configuration of 2500
MODBUS
Modbus screened cable (Base to
multi-drop)
PROFIBUS Profibus DP screened cable (Base to
base multi-drop)
Options with CFGPSU only
NONE
No mains lead supplied
UKLEAD
UK 5A mains leads
Options with TERM only
MODBUS
Terminator for Modbus link - RJ45
only
PROFIBUS Terminator for Profibus DP link - RJ45
only
2500A cable length
4
RJ45/RJ45/0M5
RJ45/RJ45/3M0
Options with Modbus/Profibus
0.5m long
3.0 m long
Power Supplies
2
3
2500P
Configuration Tools
25
NONE
iTools
RJ45
9Dtype
DN
EN
Application
7
NOCD
CD with manuals and latest version of
iTools - No iTools product key
CD with manuals, iTools & STD iTools
product key and 2500 configuration lead
Shipped without CD
2
1A3
2A5
5A0
10A
3
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EUROTHERM LIMITED UK
EUROTHERM US
Faraday Close Durrington Worthing BN13 3PL United Kingdom
Tel. +44 (0)1903 205277 Fax +44 (0)1903 236465
Email [email protected]
741-F Miller Drive Leesburg VA 20175-8993
Tel. 1-703-443-0000 Fax 1-703-669-1300
Email [email protected]
Web www.eurotherm.co.uk
Web www.eurotherm.com
Rating
30 watt, 1.3 amp supply
60 watt, 2.5 amp supply
120 watt, 5.0 amp supply
240 watt, 10.0 amp supply
Manuals
English manuals
French manuals
German manuals
No manual
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Eurotherm Limited pursues a policy of continuous development and product improvement. The specifications in this document may therefore be changed without notice. The information in this document is
given in good faith, but is intended for guidance only. Eurotherm Limited will accept no responsibility for any losses arising from errors in this document.
Part No. HA026175 Issue 4
2500 Data sheet
Printed in England 03.03
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