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Omega CL540A and CL540ZA Owner Manual
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CL540ZA
CL540AZ
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CL540A
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CL540ZA
CL540AZ
CL540AZ
Thermocouple
Source
ThermocoupleSource
Source
Thermocouple
CL540A & CL540ZA
Thermocouple Source
Operating Instructions
(Shown without optional boot)
Product Description
• Easy to use
With the CL540A/CL540ZA you can check & calibrate all your thermocouple instruments.
• Take it without into the shop, plant or field
Carry it without worry - protect it with an optional rubber boot and rugged, low profile switches.
Easy to operate even in the dark areas of the plant with the backlit display.
• Calibrate directly in temperature (°C & °F)
Stop carrying around a millivolt source and thermocouple tables. The PIECAL CL540A/CL540ZA
works with the thermocouples you use including types J, T, E, K, R, S, B, N, G, C, D, L (J-DIN),
U (T-DIN) and Platinel II. Easily set any value quickly to within 0.1° with the adjustable digital
potentiometer “DIAL” plus store any three temperatures for instant recall with the HI/SET/LO
switch.
• Compatible with all process instruments
Connect directly to the thermocouple inputs of smart transmitters, PLCs, DCS and multichannel
recorders and verify their outputs or displays.
Page 1
Basic Operation
w SOURCE/OFF Switch
Select “SOURCE” to output in °C, °F, or millivolts.
THERMOCOUPLE SOURCE
HI
322.1
TYPE K °C
TYPES
J‐T‐E‐K‐R‐S‐B‐N‐G‐C‐D‐L‐U‐P‐mV
SOURCE
HI
SET
LO
OFF
Push & Turn
for
Fast Dialing
Push & Hold
to Store
Double Click
for Options
(Optional Boot Shown)
q HI/SET/LO SWITCH
SOURCE: Instantly output two preset thermocouple
temperatures by moving the HI/SET/LO switch to the
“LO” position or “HI” position. For fast three point
checks select the “DIAL” position. The Omega
CL540A/CL540ZA will remember the last “DIAL”
value, even with the power off.
These values can easily be changed to suit the
calibration requirements. The temperatures stored in
the HI and LO positions are also used for Auto
Stepping.
Page 2
e KNOB
SOURCE: Turn the knob to adjust the output
level. Turn clockwise to increase the output,
counter clockwise to decrease the output in 0.1°
steps at a time. Push down and turn the knob for
faster dialing.
Press and hold the knob for two seconds to store
desired HI/LO points in SOURCE mode.
Double click the knob to get into the Omega
CL540A/CL540ZA Configuration Mode. Use
configuration to select °C or °F, T/C Type
(CL540ZA Only) and Auto Off On/Off.
CHANGING BATTERIES
Low battery is indicated by “BAT” on the display.
Approximately one to four hours of typical
operation remain before the CL540A/CL540ZA
will automatically turn off. To change the batteries;
remove the optional rubber boot, remove the
battery door from the back of the unit by sliding
the door downward. This allows access to the
battery compartment. Replace with four (4) “AA”
1.5V batteries being careful to check the polarity.
Replace the battery door and replace the boot. All
stored configuration options (T/C Type, HI/SET/
LO Memories, etc., are reset to factory settings
when the batteries are removed.
Note: Alkaline batteries are supplied and
recommended for maximum battery life and
performance.
Configuration
Configure the Calibrator
Move w POWER SWITCH to “SOURCE” or
“READ”.
TEMP UNITS - pressing the knob will toggle
between °C and °F.
MODEL 54#B V#.##
DOUBLE CLICK
EZ-DIAL KNOB
FOR CONFIGURATION
Setup
Double click the e DIAL KNOB at any time the
unit is on and the following displays will appear
for 15 seconds:
> EXIT
TEMP UNITS
T/C
AUTO OFF
EXIT MENU - exits this menu immediately and
saves any changes. Menu will automatically exit
after 15 seconds of inactivity (countdown timer is
displayed).
15
°C
K
ON
T/C CL540A: pressing the knob will toggle between
the factory configured T/C Type and mV.
CL540ZA: pressing the knob will cycle through
T/C types J, T, E, K, R, S, B, N, G, C, D, L
(J-DIN), U (T-DIN), Platinel II and mV.
AUTO OFF - If AUTO OFF is ON, the unit will
turn off after 30 minutes of inactivity to save
battery life. If AUTO OFF is OFF the unit will stay
on until the POWER SWITCH is moved to the off
position.
Turn the e DIAL KNOB to move through the
menu. Press the e DIAL KNOB to toggle
between OFF and ON or to scroll through the
settings.
Note: All settings are remembered even with the
power off. Removing the batteries resets the
values to factory defaults.
Connections
Simulating thermocouples requires the use of
thermocouple or extension grade thermocouple
wire.
Thermocouple Wire
Device
Requiring
Calibration
Plug thermocouple wires into the female
miniature thermocouple connector mounted in
the top end of the housing.
THERMOCOUPLE SOURCE
The CL540A/CL540ZA has two banana jacks
mounted in the top end of the housing. These
are not temperature compensated and are to be
used only for millivolt signals.
HI
322.1
TYPE K °C
TYPES
J‐T‐E‐K‐R‐S‐B‐N‐G‐C‐D‐L‐U‐P‐mV
SOURCE
HI
SET
LO
OFF
Push & Turn
for
Fast Dialing
Push & Hold
to
Store/Ramp
Double Click
for Options
(Optional Boot Shown)
Page 3
Sourcing Thermocouple
SOURCE
Choose this function to provide a simulated thermocouple signal into controllers, temperature
transmitters, indicators or any input devices that measure thermocouple sensors..
1) Disconnect the thermocouple sensor from the
device to be calibrated.
2) Select “SOURCE” with slide switch w.
3) Connect a thermocouple wire (matching the type
of wire to sensor being simulated) with miniature
male T/C connector to the inputs of the device
being calibrated, making sure to check polarity.
Millivolt outputs (without cold junction) may be
connected with a copper (white) miniature T/C
connector or the banana jacks with copper wire.
The output is adjusted in 0.1° (or 0.001 mV)
increments by turning the knob e while the HI/
SET/LO switch q is in the “HI”, “LO” or “SET”
position. Press and turn the knob for faster dialing
with 10° (or 0.100) increments.
THERMOCOUPLE SOURCE
HI
322.1
TYPE K °C
TYPES
J‐T‐E‐K‐R‐S‐B‐N‐G‐C‐D‐L‐U‐P‐mV
SOURCE
HI
SET
LO
OFF
Push & Turn
for
Fast Dialing
Push & Hold
to Store
Double Click
for Options
(Optional Boot Shown)
Storing HI/SET/LO Outputs
STORING HI and LO Outputs
Choose this function to provide a simulated thermocouple signal into controllers, temperature
transmitters, indicators or any other input device that measure thermocouple sensors..
1) Store your high (SPAN) output temperature by moving the HI/SET/LO switch to the HI position
and turn the e EZ-Dial knob until the desired temperature is on the display. Press and hold the
knob until STORED appears to store the value. Release the knob.
2) Store your low (ZERO) output temperature by moving the HI/SET/LO switch to the LO position
and turn the e knob until the desired temperature is on the display. Press and hold the knob until
STORED appears to store the value. Release the knob.
3) Instantly output your SPAN and ZERO temperature outputs by moving the HI/SET/LO switch
between HI and LO. You may also select any third temperature output (such as mid-range) using
the SET position on the HI/SET/LO switch.
Page 4
Specifications
(Unless otherwise indicated all specifications are rated from a nominal 23 °C,
70 % RH for 1 year from calibration)
General
Accuracy
±(0.015% of Reading + 0.009 mV)
Cold Junction Compensation
± 0.45°F (±0.25 °C)
Millivolt Range
-13.000 to 80.000 mV
Operating Temperature Range
-25 to 60 °C (-10 to 140 °F)
Temperature Drift
≤ 50 ppm of range (includes mV and Cold Junction)
Relative Humidity Range
10 % ≤RH ≤90 % (0 to 35 °C), Non-condensing
10 % ≤RH≤ 70 % (35 to 60 °C), Non-condensing
Size
4.96 x 2.73 x 1.79 inches, 126 x 69 x 45 mm (L x W x H)
5.67 x 3.06 x 2.05 inches, 144 x 78 x 52 mm (L x W x H)
With Boot
Weight
With Boot
8.4 ounces, 0.24 kg (including batteries)
11 ounces, 0.32 kg (including batteries)
Batteries
Four “AA” Alkaline 1.5V (LR6)
Battery Life
50 Hours
Optional NiMh Rechargeable battery kit
120 VAC for North America Only; charger, four NiMh
batteries, AC & DC cords [Part # 020-0103]
Low Battery
Low battery indication with nominal 1 hour of life left
Protection against misconnection
Over-voltage protection to 60 V dc (rated for 30 seconds)
Display
High contrast graphic liquid crystal display. LED backlighting
for use in low lit areas.
Source
Output Impedance
< 0.3 Ohms
Source Current
> 20 mA (drives 80 mV into 10 Ohms)
Noise
≤ 4 microvolts p-p for frequencies of 10 Hz or below
Additional Information
This product is calibrated on equipment traceable to NIST and includes a Certificate of Calibration.
Test Data is available for an additional charge.
OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC. recommends a calibration interval of one year. Contact your local
representative for recalibration and repair services.
Page 5
Ranges & Accuracies
T/C
Type
Degrees C
Range
J
K
T
E
R
S
B
Accuracy
Degrees F
Range
Accuracy
T/C
Material
ISA/ANSI
Color
-200.0 to -180.0
±0.5°
-180.0 to -50.0
±0.4°
-346.0 to -292.0
±0.9°
-292.0 to -58.0
±0.7°
+Iron
-Connstantan
Jacket
White
Red
Black
+ Chromel®
-Alumel®
Jacket
Yellow
Red
Yellow
+Copper
-Constantan
Jacket
Blue
Red
Blue
+Chromel
-Constantan
Jacket
Purple
Red
Purple
+Pt/13Rh
-Platinum
Jacket
Black
Red
Green
+Pt/10Rh
-Platinum
Jackrt
Black
Red
Green
+Pt/30Rh
-Pt/6Rh
Jacket
Grey
Red
Grey
-50.0 to 500.0
±0.3°
-58.0 to 932.0
±0.5°
500.0 to 1200,0
±0.4°
932.0 to 2192.0
±0..7°
-230.0 to -100.0
±0.8°
-382.0 to -148.0
±1.4°
-100.0 to 1050.0
±0.4°
-148.0 to 1922.0
±0.7°
1050.0 to 1371.1
±0.5°
1922.0 to 2500.0
±0.9°
-260.0 to -200.0
±1.2°
-436.0 to -328.0
±2.2°
-200.0 to -50.0
±0.7°
-328.0 to -58.0
±1.3°
-50.0 to 0.0
±0.4°
-58.0 to 32.0
±0.7°
0.0 to 400.0
±0.3°
32.0 to 752.0
±0.5°
-240.0 to -200.0
±0.6°
-400.0 to -328.0
±1.1°
-200.0 to -100.0
±0.4°
-328.0 to -148.0
±0.7°
-100.0 to 850.0
±0.3°
-148.0 to 1562.0
±0.5°
850.0 to 1000.0
±0.4°
1562.0 to 1832.0
±0.7°
-13.3 to 250.0
±1.4°
-1.0 to 482.0
±2.5°
250.0 to 750.0
±0.8°
482.0 to 1382.0
±1.4°
750.0 to 1600.0
±0.7°
1382.0 to 2192.0
±1.3°
1600.0 to 1767.8
±0.8°
2192.0 to 3214.0
±1.4°
-18.3 to 100.0
±1.4°
-1.0 to 212.0
±2.5°
100.0 to 400.0
±1.0°
212.0 to 752.0
±1.8°
400.0 to 1700.0
±0.8°
752.0 to 3092.0
±1.4°
1700.0 to 1767.8
±0.9°
3092.0 to 3214.0
±1.6°
315.6 to 550.0
±2.0°
600 to 1022.0
±3.6°
550.0 to 900.0
±1.3°
1022.0 to 1652.0
±2.3°
900.0 to 1150.0
±0.9°
1652.0 to 2102.0
±1.6°
1150.0 to 1820.0
±0.8°
2102.0 to 3308.0
±1.5°
(Cold Junction Accuracy not included)
Page 6
Ranges & Accuracies
T/C
Type
Degrees C
Range
N
G
(W)
C
(W5)
D
Accuracy
Degrees F
Range
Accuracy
T/C
Material
ISA/ANSI
Color
-230.0 to -180.0
±1.2°
-180.0 to -50.0
±0.7°
-382.0 to -292.0
±2.2°
-292.0 to -58.0
±1.3°
+Nicrosil
-Nisil
Jacket
Orange
Red
Orange
+Tungsten
-W26/Re
Jacket
White
Red
White/Blue
+W5/Re
-W26/Re
Jacket
White
Red
White/Red
+W3/Re
-W25/Re
Jacket
White
Red
White/Yellow
+Pd55/Pt31/Au14
-Au65/Pd35
Jacket
Yellow
Red
Black
-50.0 to 1100.0
±0.4°
-58.0 to 2012.0
±0.7°
1100.0 to 1300.0
±0.5°
2012.0 to 2372.0
±0.9°
100.0 to 150.0
±1.4°
212.0 to 302.0
±2.5°
±1.8°
150.0 to 400.0
±1.0°
302.0 to 752.0
400.0 to 1700.0
±0.6°
752.0 to 3092.0
±1.1°
1700.0 to 2320.0
±0.9°
3092.0 to 4208.0
±1.6°
-1.1 to 1500
±0.7°
30.0 to 2372.0
±1.3°
1500 to 1900
±0.8°
2372.0 to 3452.0
±1.4°
1900.0 to 2100.0
±0.9°
3452.0 to 3812.0
±1.6°
2100.0 to 2320.0
±1.1°
3812.0 to 4208.0
±2.0°
-1.0 to 50.0
±0.8°
30.0 to 122.0
±1.4°
50.0 to 1400.0
±0.6°
122.0 to 2552.0
±1.3°
1400.0 to 1800.0
±0.7°
2552.0 to 3272.0
±1.3°
1800.0 to 2320.0
±1.1°
3272.0 to 4208.0
±2.0°
P
-217.8 to -150.0
±0.8°
-360.0 to -238.0
±1.4°
Platinel®
-150.0 to -50.0
±0.6°
-238.0 to -58.0
±1.1°
-50.0 to 1000.0
±0.4°
-58.0 to 1832.0
±0.7°
1000.0 to 1395.0
±0.5°
1832.0 to 2543.0
±0.9°
DIN Colors
L
J-DIN
U
T-DIN
-200.0 to -50.0
±0.4°
-328.0 to -58.0
±0.7°
-50.0 to 500.0
±0.3°
-58.0 to 932.0
±0.5°
500.0 to 750.0
±0.4°
932.0 to 1382.0
±0.7°
-200.0 to -75.0
±0.5°
-328.0 to -103.0
±0.9°
-75.0 to 100.0
±0.4°
-103.0 to 212.0
±0.7°
100.0 to 600.0
±0.3°
212.0 to 1112.0
±0.5°
+Iron
-Connstantan
Jacket
Red
Blue
Blue
+Copper
-Constantan
Jacket
Red
Brown
Brown
(Cold Junction Accuracy not included)
Page 7
Accessories
Included: Part Number
Four “AA” Alkaline batteries, Certificate of Calibration
mV Wire Kit020-0207
1 Red & 1 Black Lead with Retractable Shield Banana Plugs & Alligator Clips
Optional Accessories: Part Number
Rubber BootHH500A-RB
Small Carrying Case (fits unit with or without boot)
SC-HH500
Ni-MH 1 Hour Charger with 4 Ni-MH AA Batteries
020-0103
(100-120 V AC input for North America Only)
More Than a Simple Boot
The optional boot provides
more than just protection. Flip
out the tilt stand and free up
both hands for calibration
adjustments.
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