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Omega DP20 Owner Manual
Quick installation guide DP20 (page 1/2)
5. Installation and start-up
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8. Internal structure and jumpers for range selection
1. Open the instrument (see section 7).
Display module
Front filter
2. Select the jumpers for the desired signal range (see section 8).
Thermocouples Jumpers
‘S’
Optional modules
Jumper
‘T’
tc. K
-100 / 1350 ºC
(-148 / 2462 ºF)
tc. J
-100 / 1200 ºC
(-148 / 2192 ºF)
3. Close the instrument (see section 7).
4. Connect the signal and the power (see section 6).
5. Configure the instrument from the ‘Configuration menu’ (see section 9).
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6. If you need additional information, see section 3.
6. Connections
Option 2
Module A2 (relay)
Com.
NO
NC
DP20 shown smaller
than actual size
1. Frontal view
Housing
Option 1
Module A1 (relay)
Com.
NO
NC
Module M1 (4/20 mA)
Active Output
+15 Vexc.
4/20 mA
tc. N
-100 / 1300 ºC
(-148 / 2372 ºF)
tc. L
-100 / 900 ºC
(-148 / 1652 ºF)
4-5
Passive Output
4/20 mA
Common
Internal Jumpers
Option 1
GH I
Displays
ABC
Jumpers ‘S’
for signal range selection
ABC
Units
OMEGA
Key ‘LE’
1. Exit the menu
Key ‘UP’
1. Enter into ‘Fast access’
2. Next value
2. Dimensions and panel cut-out (mm / in)
48 mm
(1.89 in)
44
Panel cut-out
(1.74 in)
96 mm
(3.78 in)
(3.58 in)
(including terminal)
1
~Vac
+Vdc
2
tc+
4
~Vac
-Vdc
~Vac
-Vdc
~Aac
-Adc
tc-
+
-
pt+
pt-
~Vac
+Vdc
3
~Aac
+Adc
mA
92
(3.63 in)
91 mm
8 9 0
12345
Key ‘SQ’
1. Enter into ‘Configuration menu’
2. Validate parameter
16 (0.63 in)
mA+
mA-
+Vdc
common
+Vdc
common
res+
res-
signal
pot-
Fuse
Protection fuse value:
250mA time-lag for power voltage> 50Vac/dc
+Vdc/Phase 400mA time lag for power voltage < 50Vac/dc
(not connected)
-Vdc/Neutral Power supply 18...265 Vac/dc (isolated)
5
Input Signal Terminal
~600 Vac, ±600 Vdc, ~200 Vac, ±200 Vdc
~20 V, ~2 V, ~200 mV, ~60 mV, ~20 mA
±20 V, ±2 V, ±200 mV, ±60 mV, ±20 mA
~5 Aac ±5 Adc
Thermocouples
Sense
Pt100 (3 wire)
Vexc.
4/20 mA passive
75 (2.95 in)
8 (0.31 in)
3. Additional documentation
To view the DP20 spec sheet, video and manuals visit us at
http://www.omega.com/pptst/DP20.html
Model
Option 1
-
Option 2
-
-A1 (1 relay)
-M1 (analog output)
-S1 (Modbus RTU)
-(empty)
-A2 (1 relay)
-(empty)
-100 / 400 ºC
(-148 / 752 ºF)
tc. C
E
0 / 2300 ºC
(32 / 4172 ºF)
tc. B
E&J
700 / 1820 ºC
(1292 / 3308 ºF)
Pt and Ni
probes
Jumpers
‘S’
Jumper
‘T’
Range in ºC
(in ºF)
Pt100
(3 wires)
F&H&J
5-6
-200 / 700 ºC
(-328 / 1292 ºF)
< 900 uA
Pt100
(2 wires)
F&H
-200 / 700 ºC
(-328 / 1292 ºF)
< 900 uA
Pt500
F
-150 / 630 ºC
(-238 / 1166 ºF)
< 90 uA
Pt1000
F
-190 / 630 ºC
<1ºC
(-310 / 1166 ºF)
< 90 uA
4-5
Vexc.
AC ranges
0/10 Vdc passive
0/10 Vdc active
Resistances
pot+
Potentiometer
7. How to open and install the instrument
B
Use a flat screwdriver to unlock clips ‘D’, C’, ‘B’ and ‘A’, in
this order. Remove the front filter. Gently let the internal
boards slide out of the instrument.
To reinsert the boards in the housing :
1. make sure that the boards are correctly connected to
the displays pins
2. slide the boards into the housing guides
3. place the front filter at corner X, and then insert clips
‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ in this order.
How to install the meter in a panel
1. Remove the 2 blue fixation tabs from each side of the
unit.
2. After setting internal jumpers selection and housing is
closed, insert instrument from the front of the panel into
panel cut out.
3. Re-attached the 2 blue fixation tabs by sliding each one
along its rail on each side and push until the tabs are tight
onto the panel. If needed use a flat screwdriver to push
the tabs strongly to the end.
G&I
~ 200 Vac
I
~ 20 Vac
A&I
~ 2 Vac
B&I
X
A
3
1
from 9999
to -1999
C&I
~ 60 mVac
E&I
~ 5 Aac
I
~ 20 mAac
D&I
DC ranges
C
Jumpers
‘S’
~ 600 Vac
~ 200 mVac
D
Scalable
Scalable
Jumpers
‘S’
±600 Vdc
G
±200 Vdc
---
±20 Vdc
A
±2 Vdc
B
±200 mVdc
from 9999
to -1999
C
±60 mVdc
E
±5 Adc
---
±20 mAdc
D
Resistance
ranges
Scalable
Jumpers
‘S’
0 to 5 K
from 9999
to -1999
F&H&K
0 to 50 K
F&K
Jumper
‘T’
Accuracy
(% FS)
Process
signals
4-5
<0.30 %
(up to 150 Hz)
<0.50 %
(up to 150 Hz)
Jumper
‘T’
Accuracy
(% FS)
Jumper
‘T’
F&H
-60 / 180 ºC
(-76 / 356 ºF)
< 900 uA
Ni200
F&H
-60 / 120 ºC
(-76 / 248 ºF)
< 900 uA
Ni1000
F
-60 / 180 ºC
(-76 / 356 ºF)
< 90 uA
4-5
Scalable
Jumpers
‘S’
Jumper
‘T’
Potentiometers
nominal value
Scalable
Jumpers
‘S’
Jumper
‘T’
Accuracy
(% FS)
A
2-3
Accuracy
(% FS)
500 R to 20 K
from 9999
to -1999
Frequency
Scalable
Jumpers
‘S’
Jumper
‘T’
Accuracy
(% reading)
15 Hz to 100 Hz
from 9999
to -1999
select Vac or Aac
range
4-5
<0.15%
of reading
PTC probes
Family
Jumpers
‘S’
Jumper
‘T’
Range in ºC
(in ºF)
4-5
-55 / 150 ºC
(-67 / 302 ºF)
KTY-121
F
<0.25 %
KTY-210
F&H&K
<0.15 %
KTY-220
F&H&K
Accuracy
(% reading)
NTC probes ‘R25’
(configurable)*
Jumpers
‘S’
Jumper
‘T’
Range
of measure
10K
F&K
4-5
-60 ºC to
150 ºC
<1.5 % of
reading
Total Current at
error sensor
4/20 mA
D
<0.15 %
from 9999
1-2*
to -1999
0/10 Vdc
A
<0.20 %
* Place jumper ‘T’ at position 1-2 for +15 Vdc excitation voltage at terminal 5. Optionally,
place jumper ‘T’ at position 4-5 to work with ‘external contact’ at terminal 5.
<0.20 %
4-5
<5 ºC
Ni100
4/20 mA active
Risk of electric shock. Removing the front cover will grant access to internal circuits
which may be at dangerous voltage. Disconnect the input signal and the power supply
to prevent electric shock to the operator. Operation must be performed by qualified
personnel only.
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4. How to order
Jumper ‘T’
for terminal 5 function selection
Input signal terminal
Check Jumpers ‘S’ and Jumper ‘T’ position for each input signal
Detail of the female
terminal provided.
Jumpers not used can be
stored in the following three
‘no contact’ positions.
1 2 3 4 5
Pt (2 wire), Ni, NTC, PTC
0 / 1768 ºC
(32 / 3214 ºF)
E&J
tc. T
654321
Option 2
ABC
Module S1 (Modbus RTU)
B
A
Common
AB CDE F GH I J K
ABC
ABC
<3 ºC
0 / 1768 ºC
(32 / 3214 ºF)
tc. R
AB CD E F GH I J K
GH I
Total error
(cold junction included)
-100 / 1000 ºC
(-148 / 1832 ºF)
E
tc. E
Opt.2
tc. S
Alarm 1 and 2
DP20
Opt.1
Opt.1
Range in ºC
(in ºF)
<0.5 %
Total error
<1 ºC
Accuracy
Beta
(% of reading) (configurable)*
<1.5 % of
reading
3500
*‘Beta’ configurable (2000 to 5500). R25 configurable. Resistance measure from 100R to 1MR.
MQS5802_0919
Quick installation guide DP20 (page 2/2)
9. Configuration menu
NTC probes
Hold
KTY 121
600 Vac
AC signals
PTC probes
200 Vac
Resistances
Alpha
Cold junction
Thermocouple cold junction
compensation ‘on’ or ‘off’
‘AC deadband’
‘Deadband’ on AC
ranges. Value 0 to 100.
Decimal 0
0 to 50 K
2 Vac
Decimal 1
200 mVac
Potentiometer
Decimal 2
60 mVac
Decimal 3
20 mAac
Scaling
Tools
Option 1
None
Standard
Instrument protected with double isolation. No earth connection
required.
Maximum
Instrument conforms to CE rules and regulations.
Version
relay
±200 mVdc
Alarm 1
analog
Type
±5 Adc
According to directive 2012/19/EU, electronic equipment must be recycled in a selective and controlled way at the end of its useful life.
Password
enters the analog
output calibration
menu
Factory reset
Modbus RTU
±20 mAdc
11. Factory configuration
Setpoint
Hysteresis
4/20 mA
Thermocouples
Risk of electrical shock. Instrument terminals can be connected to
dangerous voltage.
Display High
±2 Vdc
Option 1
configuration
Steps
Analog
0/10 Vdc
thermocouple K
Display Low
Display High
Alarm 2
Type
Modbus RTU
thermocouple J
thermocouple N
Address
1 to 247
9600 bps
Setpoint
thermocouple E
Speed
4800 bps
Hysteresis
thermocouple L
Filter
0 to 100
Format
thermocouple R
thermocouple S
Key UP
thermocouple B
Setpoint 1
Offset
Setpoint 2
Scaling 2
Decimal
thermocouple T
thermocouple C
Pt100 (2 wires)
RTD probes
Pt100 (3 wires)
Maximum
Display Low
Minimum
Display High
Ni100
Ni200
Front keypad menu operation
Key SQ (<) -
‘Tare’
‘Eco’ mode
Pt500
Pt1000
This instrument does not provide a general mains switch and will start operation as
soon as power is connected. The instrument does not provide protection fuse, and the
fuse must be added during installation.
Display Low
±200 Vdc
±20 Vdc
Process
Electromagnetic compatibility regulations EN-61326-1
Scaling 2
Decimal
±600 Vdc
±60 mVdc
Security regulations EN-61010-1 (‘Fixed’ equipment, ‘Permanently connected’.
‘Double’ isolation. ‘CAT-II’ category)
Minimum
Brightness
Frequency
5 Aac
This instrument conforms to the actual CE regulations. For a copy of the ‘CE declaration
of conformity’ see section 3. Applicable regulations are :
Alpha 390
‘Tare’
KTY 210 and 220
0 to 5 K
20 Vac
DC signals
10. Regulations
Alpha 385
Press ‘SQ’ (<) for 1 second to access
the ‘Configuration menu’.
Input
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External
control
Disabled
Maximum
Temp.
resolution.
Ni1000
5 to 255 sec.
1º resolution
0.1º resolution
Celsius
Minimum
Degrees
Fahrenheit
1. Press to access the ‘Configuration menu’.
2. Press to enter into the actual menu entry.
3. Press to accept a value.
Key UP (5) -
1. Press to access the ‘Fast access’ menu.
2. Press to move through available menu options.
3. Press to increase the value of a numerical parameter.
Key LE (3) -
1. Without function.
2. Press to return to a previous level of the menu, discarding changes
(to validate changes, use SQ (<)).
3. Move through the digits of a numerical parameter.
IMPORTANT: To save the configuration changes, press key LE (3) until exiting the menu
(shown by flashing decimal points). Instrument shows the signal range selected and
starts operation with the new configuration.
Software configuration
Range, scaling and decimal point
Alarm 1
Setpoint
Hysteresis
Alarm 2
Setpoint
Hysteresis
External control
Fast access
Tools
Option 1
Step
Average
Manual offset
Second scaling
‘Eco’ mode
Temperature resolution
Degrees
Alpha
cJc
AC ‘deadband’
Luminosity
Password
Option
Analog output
Serial Modbus RTU
Hardware configuration
Jumpers ‘S’. Jumpers in position
Jumper ‘T’. Jumpers in position
0/600 Vac = 0/600
as maximum
1000
0 counts
as maximum
1000
0 counts
off
all off
off (retains last configuration value)
1
0
0
0/600
off
1º
ºC
385
on
20
3
off
0/100.0=4/20 mA
9600 bps, address 1, format 8n1
G & I. Range for 600 Vac
4-5. External contact ‘EK’ function
12. User’s manual
If you need additional information, see section 3 to download
the full User’s Manual.
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