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Omega DP32Pt, DP16Pt, DP8Pt Owner Manual
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Contents 1. Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 6 1.1 Description ................................................................................................................................... 6 2. Safety Considerations ................................................................................................................... 7 3. Wiring Instructions ....................................................................................................................... 8 3.1 Back Panel Connections ............................................................................................................... 8 3.2 Connecting Power ........................................................................................................................ 9 3.3 Connecting Inputs ...................................................................................................................... 10 3.4 Connecting Outputs on Units with Alarm Relays ....................................................................... 12 4. PLATINUMTM Series Navigation .................................................................................................. 13 4.1 Description of Button Actions .................................................................................................... 13 4.2 Menu Structure .......................................................................................................................... 13 4.3 Level 1 Menu ............................................................................................................................. 14 4.4 Circular Flow of Menus .............................................................................................................. 14 5. Complete Menu Structure .......................................................................................................... 15 5.1 Initialization Mode Menu (INIt) ................................................................................................. 15 5.2 Programming Mode Menu (PRoG) ............................................................................................ 19 5.3 Operating Mode Menu (oPER) ................................................................................................... 21 6. Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) .............................................................................. 22 6.1 Input Configuration (INIt > INPt) ................................................................................................ 22 6.1.1 Thermocouple Input Type (INIt > INPt > t.C.) .................................................................... 22 6.1.2 Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) Input Type (INIt > INPt > Rtd) ............................ 23 6.1.3 Thermistor Input Type Configuration (INIt > INPt > tHRM) ............................................... 23 6.1.4 Process Input Type Configuration (INIt > INPt > PRoC) ...................................................... 24 6.2 TARE (INIt > tARE) ...................................................................................................................... 29 6.3 LINR (INIt > LINR) ....................................................................................................................... 29 6.4 Display Reading Formats (INIt > RdG) ........................................................................................ 31 6.4.1 Decimal Point Format (INIt > RdG > dEC.P) ........................................................................ 31 6.4.2 Temperature Units (INIt > RdG > °F°C) ............................................................................... 31 6.4.1 Display Rounding (INIt > RdG > d.RNd) .............................................................................. 32 6.4.2 Filter (INIt > RdG > FLtR) .................................................................................................... 32 6.4.3 Annunciator Settings (INIt > RdG > ANN.1/ANN.2) ............................................................ 33 6.4.4 Normal Color (INIt > RdG > NCLR) ...................................................................................... 33 6.4.5 Brightness (INIt > RdG > bRGt) ........................................................................................... 33 6.5 Excitation Voltage (INIt > ECtN) ................................................................................................. 34 6.6 Communication (INIt > CoMM) .................................................................................................. 34 6.6.1 Protocol (INIt > CoMM > USb, EtHN, SER > PRot) .............................................................. 35 6.6.2 Address (INIt > CoMM > USb, EtHN, SER > AddR) .............................................................. 37 Serial Communications Parameters (INIt > CoMM > SER >C.PAR) ..................................... 37 6.6.3 6.7 Safety Features (INIt > SFty) ...................................................................................................... 38 6.7.1 Power On Confirmation (INIt > SFty > PwoN) .................................................................... 38 6.7.2 Operating Mode Confirmation (INIt > SFty > oPER) ........................................................... 39 6.7.3 Setpoint Limits (INIt > SFty > SP.LM) .................................................................................. 39 6.7.4 Loop Break Timeout (INIt > SFty > LPbk) ............................................................................ 39 6.7.5 Open Circuit (INIt > SFty > o.CRk) ...................................................................................... 39 6.8 Manual Temperature Calibration (INIt > t.CAL) ......................................................................... 40 6.8.1 No Manual Temperature Calibration Adjustment (INIt > t.CAL > NoNE) ........................... 40 6.8.2 Manual Temperature Calibration Offset Adjustment (INIt > t.CAL > 1.PNt) ...................... 40 6.8.3 Manual Temperature Calibration Offset and Slope Adjustment (INIt > t.CAL > 2.PNt) ..... 40 6.8.4 Temperature Ice Point Calibration (INIt > t.CAL > ICE.P) ................................................... 41 6.9 Save Current Configuration for All Parameters to a File (INIt > SAVE) ....................................... 41 6.10 Load a Configuration for All Parameters from a File (INIt > LoAd) ............................................ 41 6.11 Display Firmware Revision Number (INIt > VER.N) .................................................................... 41 6.12 Update Firmware Revision (INIt > VER.U) .................................................................................. 42 6.13 Reset to Factory Default Parameters (INIt > F.dFt) .................................................................... 42 6.14 Password-­‐Protect Initialization Mode Access (INIt > I.Pwd) ...................................................... 42 6.15 Password-­‐Protect Programming Mode Access (INIt > P.Pwd) ................................................... 42 7. Reference Section: Programming Mode (PRoG) .......................................................................... 43 7.1 Setpoint 1 Configuration (PRoG > SP1) ...................................................................................... 43 7.2 Setpoint 2 Configuration (PRoG > SP2) ...................................................................................... 43 7.3 Alarm Mode Configuration (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2) .................................................................. 44 7.3.1 Alarm Type (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > tyPE) ........................................................................ 44 7.3.2 Absolute or Deviation Alarm (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > tyPE > Ab.dV) ............................... 45 7.3.3 Alarm High Reference (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > tyPE > ALR.H) ......................................... 45 7.3.4 Alarm Low Reference (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > tyPE > ALR.L) ........................................... 45 7.3.5 Alarm Color (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > A.CLR) ..................................................................... 46 7.3.6 Alarm High High / Low Low Offset Value (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > HI.HI) ......................... 46 7.3.7 Alarm Latching (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > LtCH) ................................................................. 47 7.3.8 Alarm Normally Closed, Normally Open (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > CtCL) ........................... 47 7.3.9 Alarm Power-­‐On Behavior (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > A.P.oN) ............................................ 47 7.3.10 Alarm On Delay (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > dE.oN) .............................................................. 47 7.3.11 Alarm Off Delay (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > dE.oF) ............................................................... 48 7.4 Output Channel 1–6 Configuration (PRoG > oUt.1–oUt.6) ........................................................ 48 7.4.1 Output Channel Mode (PRoG > dtR1, dtR2 > ModE) ......................................................... 49 7.4.2 Output Cycle Pulse Width (PRoG > oUt1–oUt6 > CyCL) ..................................................... 51 7.4.3 Analog Output Range (PRoG > oUt1–oUt6 > RNGE) .......................................................... 51 8. Reference Section: Operating Mode (oPER) ................................................................................ 52 8.1 Normal Run Mode (oPER > RUN) ............................................................................................... 52 8.2 Change Setpoint 1 (oPER > SP1) ................................................................................................ 52 8.3 Change Setpoint 2 (oPER > SP2) ................................................................................................ 53 8.4 Clear Latched Alarms (oPER > L.RSt) .......................................................................................... 53 8.5 Display Valley Reading (oPER > VALy) ........................................................................................ 53 8.6 Display Peak Reading (oPER > PEAk) .......................................................................................... 54 8.7 Standby Mode (oPER > Stby) ..................................................................................................... 54 8.8 Standby Mode (oPER > tARE) ..................................................................................................... 54 9. Specifications ............................................................................................................................. 55 Inputs ......................................................................................................................................... 55 9.1 9.2 Outputs (Optional with “-­‐AL” Configurations) ........................................................................... 55 9.3 Communications (USB Standard, Optional Serial and Ethernet) ............................................... 55 9.4 Isolation ..................................................................................................................................... 56 9.5 General ...................................................................................................................................... 56 10. Approvals Information ............................................................................................................... 58 Figure 1 – D P8Pt and DP8EPt Models: Back Panel Connections (No Isolated Output Expansion Board Installed) ........................................................................ 8 Figure 2 – DP16Pt and DP32Pt Models: Back Panel Connections (With Isolated Output Expansion Board) .................................................................................... 8 Figure 3 – Main Power Connections ............................................................................................................ 9 Figure 4 – R TD W iring D iagram ................................................................................................................ 11 Figure 5 – P rocess C urrent W iring H ookup w ith Internal a nd E xternal E xcitation .............................. 11 Figure 6 – P rocess V oltage W iring H ookup w ith o ptional R atiometric V oltage c onnection. .............. 11 Figure 7 – PLATINUMTM Series Displays (DP8Pt and DP8EPt Shown) ...................................................... 13 Figure 8 – Circular Flow of Menus. ............................................................................................................ 14 Figure 9 – Alarm Range Option Diagram ................................................................................................... 45 Figure 10 – Alarm HI.HI parameter. .......................................................................................................... 46 Table 1 – 10-­‐Pin Input Connector Wiring Summary .................................................................................. 10 Table 2 – Interfacing Sensors to the Input Connector ............................................................................... 10 Table 3 – 8 Pin Output/Power Connector Wiring Summary by Configuration. ......................................... 12 Table 4 – Definitions for Abbreviations in Table 3. .................................................................................... 12 Table 5 – Alarm Range Option Comparison ............................................................................................... 45 Table 6 – Ranges and Accuracies for Supported Inputs. ............................................................................ 57 Table 7 – Error Code Descriptions ............................................................................................................. 58 Using This Manual This initial section of the manual will cover the back panel connections and wiring instructions. A quick overview of how to navigate the PLATINUMTM Series menu structure follows in Section 4. This is followed in Section 5 by the complete PLATINUMTM Series meter menu tree. Remember, not all commands and parameters in that menu tree will show up on your unit, as those that are not available with your configuration are automatically hidden. Repetitive menu structures are highlighted in gray and only shown once but are used multiple times; examples include scaling process inputs for the different process input ranges, setting up the data communications protocol for each of the communications channels, configuration for multiple outputs, etc. This manual is optimized for online use. Therefore, the blue entries in the Section 2 menu tree are hyperlinks that go straight to the corresponding reference section entry when clicked. The Reference Section—encompassing Initialization Mode in Section 6, Programming Mode in Section 7, and Operating Mode in Section 8—will provide more detail on what parameter and command preferences; such as how they operate, and why to choose a specific value. There are also blue cross-­‐references embedded in the Reference Section (the blue section headers however, are not hyperlinks). In addition, the Table of Contents on pages 3 through 6 are hyperlinked. PLATINUMTM Series Meters User’s Guide Introduction 1. Introduction 1.1
Description The PLATINUMTM Series meter offers unparalleled flexibility in process measurement. While the meter is extremely powerful and versatile, great care has gone into designing a product that is easy to set up and use. Automatic hardware configuration recognition eliminates the need for jumpers. The PLATINUM Series meter displays only the menu items associated with the system’s custom configuration. Each unit allows the user to select the input type from 9 thermocouple types (J, K, T, E, R, S, B, C, and N), Pt RTDs (100, 500, or 1000 Ω, with a 385, 392, or 3916 curve), thermistors (2250 Ω, 5K Ω, and 10K Ω), DC voltage, or DC current. The analog voltage inputs may be single ended bipolar, differential absolute or differential ratiometric and both voltage and current are fully scalable using a single point or 10-­‐point linearization to virtually all engineering units with a selectable decimal point that is perfect for use with pressure, flow, or other process inputs. Multiple Alarms can be configured for above, below, hi/lo, and band triggering using either absolute or deviation Alarm trigger points. The PLATINUM Series meter features a large, three-­‐color, programmable display with the capability to change color every time the Alarm is triggered. Various configurations of mechanical relay, SSR, DC pulse, and isolated or non-­‐isolated analog voltage or current outputs are available. Every unit comes standard with USB communications for firmware updates, configuration management, and data transfer. Optional Ethernet and RS-­‐232 / RS-­‐485 Serial communications are also available. The Analog Output is fully scalable and may be configured for retransmission to follow your input signal. The universal power supply accepts 90–240 Vac. The low-­‐voltage power option accepts 24 Vac or 12–36 Vdc. Additional features usually found only on more expensive meters make these the most powerful products in their class. Some additional standard features are High-­‐high/Low-­‐low Alarm functionality, external latch reset, configuration save and transfer, and configuration password protection. 6 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Safety Considerations 2. Safety Considerations This device is marked with the international caution symbol. It is important to read this manual before installing or commissioning this device as it contains important information relating to Safety and EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility). This instrument is a panel mount device protected in accordance with 2014/35/EU, electrical safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control, and laboratory use. Installation of this instrument should be done by qualified personnel. In order to ensure safe operation, the following instructions must be followed and warnings observed: This instrument has no power-­‐on switch. An external switch or circuit-­‐breaker must be included in the building installation as a disconnecting device. It must be marked to indicate this function, and it must be in close proximity to the equipment within easy reach of the operator. The switch or circuit-­‐breaker must comply with the relevant requirements of IEC 947–1 and IEC 947-­‐3 (International Electro technical Commission). The switch must not be incorporated in the main supply cord. Furthermore, to provide protection against excessive energy being drawn from the main supply in case of a fault in the equipment, an overcurrent protection device must be installed. •
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Do not exceed the voltage rating on the label located on the top of the instrument housing. Always disconnect the power before changing the signal and power connections. Do not use this instrument on a work bench without its case for safety reasons. Do not operate this instrument in flammable or explosive atmospheres. Do not expose this instrument to rain or moisture. Unit mounting should allow for adequate ventilation to ensure that the instrument does not exceed the operating temperature rating. Use electrical wires with adequate size to handle mechanical strain and power requirements. Install this instrument without exposing the bare wire outside the connector to minimize electrical shock hazards. EMC Considerations •
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Whenever EMC is an issue, always use shielded cables. Never run signal and power wires in the same conduit. Use signal wire connections with twisted-­‐pair cables. Install Ferrite Beads on signal wires close to the instrument if EMC problems persist. Failure to follow all instructions and warnings is at your own risk and may result in property damage, bodily injury and/or death. Omega Engineering is not responsible for any damages or loss arising or resulting from any failure to follow any and all instructions or observe any and all warnings. 7 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Wiring Instructions 3. Wiring Instructions 3.1
Back Panel Connections Ethernet Connector if EIP Option Installed Ethernet Communications Status LEDs if EIP Option Installed USB Connector 8-­‐Pin Power / Outputs Connector 10-­‐Pin Input Connector Figure 1 – D P8Pt and DP8EPt Models: Back Panel Connections (No Isolated Output Expansion Board Installed) 8-­‐Pin Power / Outputs Connector 10-­‐Pin Input Connector Ethernet Connector if EIP Option Installed Ethernet Communications Status LEDs if EIP Option Installed USB Connector Figure 2 – DP16Pt and DP32Pt Models: Back Panel Connections (With Isolated Output Expansion Board) 8 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Optional Isolated Output Expansion Connector Wiring Instructions Ethernet Connector if EIP Option Installed Ethernet Communications Status LEDs if EIP Option Installed USB Connector (on side, not visible here) 8-­‐Pin Power / Base Outputs Connector 10-­‐Pin Input Connector Figure 3 – DP8Pt, and DP8EPt Models: Back Panel Connections (With Isolated Output Expansion Board) 3.2
Connecting Power Connect the main power connections to pins 7 and 8 of the 8-­‐pin power / output connector as shown in Figure 4. 110 - 300 Vdc
Use Copper Conductors only (rated for 75 °C min.) for Power Connections Caution: Do not connect power to your device until you have completed all input and output connections. Failure to do so may result in injury! Figure 4 – Main Power Connections For the low-­‐voltage power option, maintain the same degree of protection as the standard high-­‐
voltage input power units (90–240 Vac) by using a Safety Agency Approved DC or AC source with the same Overvoltage Category and pollution degree as the standard AC unit (90–300 Vac). The Safety European Standard 2014/35/EU for measurement, control, and laboratory equipment requires that fuses must be specified based on IEC127. This standard specifies the letter code “T” for a Time-­‐lag fuse. 9 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide 3.3
Wiring Instructions Connecting Inputs The 10-­‐pin input connector assignments are summarized in Table 1. Table 2 summarizes the universal input pin assignments for different sensor inputs. All sensor selections are firmware-­‐controlled (see 6.1 Input Configuration (INIt > INPt)) and no jumper settings are required when switching from one type of sensor to another. Figure 5 provides more detail for connecting RTD sensors. Figure 6 shows the connection scheme for process current input with either internal or external excitation. Table 1 – 10-­‐Pin Input Connector Wiring Summary Pin No. Code 1 2 3 ARTN AIN+ AIN-­‐ 4 5 6 7 8 9 APWR AUX EXCT DIN ISO GND RX/A 10 TX/B Description Analog return signal (analog ground) for sensors Analog positive input Analog negative input Analog power currently only used for 4-­‐wire RTDs Only used with controller models Excitation voltage output referenced to ISO GND Digital input signal (latch reset), Positive at > 2.5V, ref. to ISO GND Isolated ground for serial communications, excitation, and digital input Serial communications receive Serial communications transmit Table 2 – Interfacing Sensors to the Input Connector Pin Number Diff Voltage 1 2 3 4 5 Vin +/-­‐ Vd +/-­‐ Process Process Thermo-­‐
Voltage Current couple 2-­‐Wire RTD 3-­‐Wire RTD 4-­‐Wire RTD Thermistor Remote Setpoint Rtn Vin +/-­‐ ** RTD1+ RTD1-­‐ RTD2-­‐ RTD1+ RTD1-­‐ RTD2+ RTD1+ RTD2-­‐ RTD1-­‐ TH+ TH-­‐ Rtn(*) I+ I-­‐ T/C+ T/C-­‐ V/I In *For Remote Setpoint with an RTD, Pin 1 on the Output Connector must be used for the RtN instead of Pin 1 on the Input Connector. Remote Setpoint is not available if using an RTD sensor and have an SPDT (Type 3) Output installed. ** Requires external connection to pin 4 10 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide 1
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Wiring Instructions Connecting Outputs on Units with Alarm Relays The PLATINUM Series Meters can be configured with up to 4 alarm only Mechanical Relays and optional analog retransmission. Table 5 shows the base output connector connections for the different configurations offered. Please note that the SPST and SPDT mechanical relays have snubbers built in but only on the normally open contact side. Table 3 – 8 Pin Output/Power Connector Wiring Summary by Configuration Power Config. -­‐330 Output Pin Number Description 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Base Meter – No Outputs AC+ or DC+ AC-­‐ or DC-­‐ N.O Com N.C N.O Com N.C SPDT, SPDT Table 4 – Definitions for Abbreviations in Table 3 Code N.O. Com N.C. Definition Normally open relay/SSR load Relay Common/SSR AC power Normally closed relay load Code Definition AC-­‐ AC+ DC-­‐ DC+ AC power neutral in pin AC power hot in pin Negative DC power in pin Positive DC power in pin Table 5 – Output Type Designations for Base Output Connector Code Output Type 1 3A Mechanical single pole, single throw (SPST) mechanical relay 3 3A Mechanical single pole, double throw (SPDT) mechanical relay 6 Isolated Analog current or voltage (only on output expansion board for 1/8th DIN models Table 6 – 6 Pin Output Expansion Board Connector Wiring Summary by Configuration Output Expansion Board Pin Number Config. Description 006 116 Isolated Analog SPST, SPST, Isolated Analog 6 5 4 3 2 1 N.O Com N.O Com V/C+ V/C+ Gnd Gnd 12 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide PLATINUM Series Navigation 4. PLATINUM Series Navigation Alarm Annunciators Negative Sign Process Value Temperature Units Program Buttons Setpoint Value Process Value Temperature Units Alarm Annunciators Program Buttons Figure 8 – PLATINUM Series Displays (DP8Pt and DP8EPt Shown) 4.1 Description of Button Actions The UP button moves up a level in the menu structure. Pressing and holding the UP button navigates to the top level of any menu (oPER, PRoG, or INIt). This can useful if you get lost in the menu structure. The LEFT button moves across a set of menu choices at a given level (up in the Section 4 menu structure tables). When changing numerical settings, press the LEFT button to make the next digit (one digit to the left) active. The RIGHT button across a set of menu choices at a given level (down in the Section 4 menu structure tables. The RIGHT button also scrolls numerical values up with overflow to 0 for the flashing digit selected. The ENTER button selects a menu item and goes down a level, or it enters a numerical value or parameter choice. 4.2 Menu Structure The menu structure of the PLATINUM Series is divided into 3 main Level 1 groups, which are Initialization, Programming, and Operating. They are described in Section 4.3. The complete menu structure for levels 2-­‐8 for each of the three Level 1 groups is detailed in Sections 5.1, 5.2, and 5.3. Levels 2 through 8 represent sequentially deeper levels of navigation. Values with a dark box around them are default values or submenu entry points. Blank lines indicate user-­‐provided information. Some menu items include links to reference information elsewhere in this user manual. The information in the Notes column defines each menu choice. 13 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide 4.3
PLATINUM Series Navigation Level 1 Menu INIt Initialization Mode: These settings are rarely changed after initial setup. They include transducer types, calibration, etc. These settings can be password-­‐protected. PRoG Programming Mode: These settings are frequently changed. They include Setpoints, Control Modes, Alarms, etc. These settings can be password-­‐protected. oPER Operating Mode: This mode allows users to switch between Run Mode, Standby Mode, Manual Mode, etc. 4.4
Circular Flow of Menus The following diagram shows how to use the LEFT and RIGHT buttons to navigate around a menu. Press the ENTER button on oPER to select and enter RUN Mode. oPER It is possible to cycle through any menu in both directions. Press the LEFT and RIGHT buttons to navigate around the Operating Mode options. Press the UP button to navigate back up a level. RUN Stby SP1 PEAk SP2 VALy L.RST Figure 9 – Circular Flow of Menus. 14 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Complete Menu Structure 5. Complete Menu Structure 5.1
Initialization Mode Menu (INIt) The following table maps the Initialization Mode (INIt) navigation: Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Level 7 Level 8 INPt t.C. Rtd tHRM PRoC k Type K thermocouple J Type J thermocouple t Type T thermocouple E Type E thermocouple N Type N thermocouple R Type R thermocouple S Type S thermocouple b Type B thermocouple C Type C thermocouple N.wIR 3 wI 3-­‐wire RTD 4 wI 4-­‐wire RTD 2 wI 2-­‐wire RTD A.CRV 385.1 385 calibration curve, 100 Ω 385.5 385 calibration curve, 500 Ω 385.t 385 calibration curve, 1000 Ω 392 392 calibration curve, 100 Ω 3916 391.6 calibration curve, 100 Ω 2.25k 2250 Ω thermistor 5k 5000 Ω thermistor 10k 10,000 Ω thermistor 4–20 Process input range: 4 to 20 mA Note: This Manual and Live Scaling submenu is the same for all PRoC ranges. MANL Rd.1 ____ Low display reading IN.1 ____ Manual input for Rd.1 Rd.2 ____ High display reading IN.2 ____ Manual input for Rd.2 LIVE Rd.1 ____ Low display reading IN.1 ____ Live Rd.1 input, ENTER for current Rd.2 ____ High display reading IN.2 ____ Live Rd.2 input, ENTER for current 0–24 Process input range: 0 to 24 mA +-­‐10 Process input range: -­‐10 to +10 V Note: +-­‐ 1.0 and +-­‐0.1 support SNGL, dIFF and RtIO tYPE +-­‐1 tYPE SNGL Process input range: -­‐1 to +1 V Notes 15 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Level Level Level Level Level 2 3 4 5 6 tARE LINR RdG dSbL ENbL RMt N.PNt MANL LIVE dEC.P °F°C d.RNd FLtR ANN.n NCLR Level 7 Complete Menu Structure Level 8 Notes dIFF Differential between AIN+ and AIN-­‐ RtLO Ratiometric between AIN+ and AIN-­‐ +-­‐0.1 Process input range: -­‐0.1 to +0.1 V Note: The +-­‐ 0.05 input supports dIFF and RtIO tYPE +-­‐.05 tYPE dIFF Differential between AIN+ and AIN-­‐ RtLO Ratiometric between AIN+ and AIN-­‐ Process input range: -­‐0.05 to +0.05 V Disable tARE feature Enable tARE on oPER menu Enable tARE on oPER and Digital Input _____ Specifies the number of points to use Note: The Manual / Live inputs repeat from 1..10, represented by n Rd.n ____ Low display reading IN.n ____ Manual input for Rd.n Rd.n ____ Low display reading IN.n ____ Live Rd.n input, ENTER for current FFF.F Reading format -­‐999.9 to +999.9 FFFF Reading format -­‐9999 to +9999 FF.FF Reading format -­‐99.99 to +99.99 F.FFF Reading format -­‐9.999 to +9.999 °C Degrees Celsius annunciator °F Degrees Fahrenheit annunciator NoNE Turns off for non-­‐temperature units _____ Display Rounding 8 Readings per displayed value: 8 16 16 32 32 64 64 128 128 1 2 2 3 4 4 Note: Four digit displays offer 2 annunciators, Six digit displays offer 6 ALM.1 Alarm 1 status mapped to “1” ALM.2 Alarm 2 status mapped to “1” oUt# Output state selections by name GRN Default display color: Green REd Red 16 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Level Level Level Level Level 2 3 4 5 6 ECtN CoMM bRGt 5 V 10 V 12 V 24 V 0 V USb EtHN SER Level 7 Complete Menu Structure Level 8 Notes AMbR Amber HIGH High display brightness MEd Medium display brightness Low Low display brightness Excitation voltage: 5 V 10 V 12 V 24 V for AC units only Excitation off Configure the USB port Note: This PRot submenu is the same for USB, Ethernet, and Serial ports. PRot oMEG ModE CMd Waits for commands from other end CoNt ____ Transmit continuously every ###.# sec dAt.F StAt No yES Includes Alarm status bytes RdNG yES Includes process reading No PEAk No yES Includes highest process reading VALy No yES Includes lowest process reading UNIt No yES Send unit with value (F, C, V, mV, mA) _LF_ No yES Appends line feed after each send ECHo yES Retransmits received commands No SEPR _CR_ Carriage Return separator in CoNt SPCE Space separator in CoNt Mode M.bUS RtU Standard Modbus protocol ASCI Omega ASCII protocol AddR ____ USB requires Address PRot Ethernet port configuration AddR ____ Ethernet “Telnet” requires Address PRot Serial port configuration C.PAR bUS.F 232C Single device Serial Comm Mode 485 Multiple devices Serial Comm Mode bAUd 19.2 Baud rate: 19,200 Bd 17 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Level Level Level Level Level 2 3 4 5 6 SFty PwoN RUN.M SP.LM LPbk o.CRk t.CAL NoNE 1.PNt 2.PNt ICE.P SAVE ____ LoAd ____ VER.N 1.00.0 VER.U ok? F.dFt ok? I.Pwd No yES AddR dSbL ENbL dSbL ENbL SP.Lo SP.HI dSbL ENbL ENbl dSbL R.Lo R.HI ok? dSbL ____ PRty dAtA StoP ____ ____ ____ ____ 9600 4800 2400 1200 57.6 115.2 odd EVEN NoNE oFF 8bIt 7bIt 1bIt 2bIt Complete Menu Structure Level 7 Level 8 Notes 9,600 Bd 4,800 Bd 2,400 Bd 1,200 Bd 57,600 Bd 115,200 Bd Odd parity check used Even parity check used No parity bit is used Parity bit is fixed as a zero 8 bit data format 7 bit data format 1 stop bit 2 stop bits gives a “force 1” parity bit Address for 485, placeholder for 232 RUN’s automatically on power up Power on: oPER Mode, ENTER to run ENTER in Stby, PAUS, StoP runs ENTER in modes above displays RUN Low Setpoint limit High Setpoint limit Loop break timeout disabled Loop break timeout value (MM.SS) Open Input circuit detection enabled Open Input circuit detection disabled Manual temperature calibration Set offset, default = 0 Set range low point, default = 0 Set range high point, default = 999.9 Reset 32°F/0°C reference value Clears the ICE.P offset value Download current settings to USB Upload settings from USB stick Displays firmware revision number ENTER downloads firmware update ENTER resets to factory defaults No required password for INIt Mode Set password for INIt Mode 18 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Level Level Level Level Level 2 3 4 5 6 P.Pwd No yES ____ Complete Menu Structure Level 7 Level 8 Notes No password for PRoG Mode Set password for PRoG Mode 5.2
Programming Mode Menu (PRoG) The following table maps the Programming Mode (PRoG) navigation: Level 2 SP1 SP2 ALM.1 Level Level Level Level Notes 3 4 5 6 ____ Process goal for PID, default goal for oN.oF ASbo Setpoint 2 value can track SP1, SP2 is an absolute value dEVI SP2 is a deviation value Note: This submenu is the same for all other Alarm configurations. tyPE oFF ALM.1 is not used for display or outputs AboV Alarm: process value above Alarm trigger bELo Alarm: process value below Alarm trigger HI.Lo. Alarm: process value outside Alarm triggers bANd Alarm: process value between Alarm triggers Ab.dV AbSo Absolute Mode; use ALR.H and ALR.L as triggers d.SP1 Deviation Mode; triggers are deviations from SP1 d.SP2 Deviation Mode; triggers are deviations from SP2 CN.SP Tracks the Ramp & Soak instantaneous setpoint ALR.H ____ Alarm high parameter for trigger calculations ALR.L ____ Alarm low parameter for trigger calculations A.CLR REd Red display when Alarm is active AMbR Amber display when Alarm is active GRN Green display when Alarm is active dEFt Color does not change for Alarm HI.HI oFF High High / Low Low Alarm Mode turned off oN ____ Offset value for active High High / Low Low Mode LtCH No Alarm does not latch yES Alarm latches until cleared via front panel botH Alarm latches, cleared via front panel or digital input RMt Alarm latches until cleared via digital input CtCL N.o. Output activated with Alarm N.C. Output deactivated with Alarm A.P.oN yES Alarm active at power on No Alarm inactive at power on dE.oN ____ Delay turning off Alarm (sec), default = 1.0 19 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Complete Menu Structure Level Level Level Level Level Notes 2 3 4 5 6 dE.oF ____ Delay turning off Alarm (sec), default = 0.0 oUt2 oUt2 is replaced by output type oUt3 oUt3 is replaced by output type (1/8 DIN can have up to 6) PId.S ACtN RVRS Increase to SP1 (i.e., heating) dRCt Decrease to SP1 (i.e., cooling) A.to ____ Set timeout time for autotune AUto StRt Initiates autotune after StRt confirmation GAIN _P_ ____ Manual Proportional Band setting _I_ ____ Manual Integral Factor setting _d_ ____ Manual Derivative Factor setting %Lo ____ Low clamping limit for Pulse, Analog Outputs %HI ____ High clamping limit for Pulse, Analog Outputs AdPt ENbL Enable fuzzy logic adaptive tuning dSbL Disable fuzzy logic adaptive tuning RM.SP oFF Use SP1, not remote Setpoint oN 4–20 Remote analog Input sets SP1; range: 4–20 mA Note: This submenu is the same for all RM.SP ranges. RS.Lo ____ Min Setpoint for scaled range IN.Lo ____ Input value for RS.Lo RS.HI ____ Max Setpoint for scaled range IN.HI ____ Input value for RS.HI 0–24 0–24 mA 0–10 0–10 V 0–1 0–1 V M.RMP R.CtL No Multi-­‐Ramp/Soak Mode off yES Multi-­‐Ramp/Soak Mode on RMt M.RMP on, start with digital input S.PRG ____ Select program (number for M.RMP program), options 1–99 M.tRk RAMP Guaranteed Ramp: soak pnt must be reached in ramp time SoAk Guaranteed Soak: soak time always preserved CYCL Guaranteed Cycle: ramp can extend but cycle time can’t Note: tIM.F does not appear for 6 digit display that use a HH:MM:SS format tIM.F MM:SS “Minutes : Seconds” default time format for R/S programs HH:MM “Hours : Minutes” default time format for R/S programs E.ACt StOP Stop running at the end of the program HOLd Continue to hold at the last soak setpoint at program end LINk ____ Start the specified ramp & soak program at program end N.SEG ____ 1 to 8 Ramp/Soak segments (8 each, 16 total) 20 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Level Level Level Level Level 2 3 4 5 6 S.SEG ____ MRt.# ____ MRE.# oFF oN MSP.# ____ MSt.# ____ MSE.# oFF oN Notes Select segment number to edit, entry replaces # below Time for Ramp number, default = 10 Ramp events on for this segment Ramp events off for this segment Setpoint value for Soak number Time for Soak number, default = 10 Soak events off for this segment Soak events on for this segment 5.3
Operating Mode Menu (oPER) The following table maps the Operating Mode (oPER) navigation: Level Level 2 3 RUN SP1 ____ SP2 ____ MANL M.CNt M.INP PAUS StoP L.RSt VALy PEAk Stby tARE Level 4 ____ ____ Notes Normal Run Mode, process value displayed, SP1 in optional secondary display Shortcut to change Setpoint 1, current Setpoint 1 value in main display Shortcut to change Setpoint 2, current Setpoint 2 value in main display Manual Mode, the RIGHT and LEFT buttons control output, displays M##.# Manual Mode, the RIGHT and LEFT buttons simulate the input for testing Pause and hold at current process value, display flashes Stop controlling, turn off outputs, process value rotating flash, Alarms remain Clears any latched Alarms; Alarms menu also allows digital input reset Displays the lowest input reading since the VALy was last cleared Displays the highest input reading since the PEAk was last cleared Standby Mode, outputs, and Alarm conditions disabled, displays Stby TARE option -­‐ only available if enabled in INPt 21 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) 6. Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) Use Initialization Mode to set the following parameters and perform the following functions: 6. Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) .............................................................................. 22 6.1 Input Configuration (INIt > INPt) ................................................................................................ 22 6.2 TARE (INIt > tARE) ...................................................................................................................... 29 6.3 LINR (INIt > LINR) ....................................................................................................................... 29 6.4 Display Reading Formats (INIt > RdG) ........................................................................................ 31 6.5 Excitation Voltage (INIt > ECtN) ................................................................................................. 34 6.6 Communication (INIt > CoMM) .................................................................................................. 34 6.7 Safety Features (INIt > SFty) ...................................................................................................... 38 6.8 Manual Temperature Calibration (INIt > t.CAL) ......................................................................... 40 6.9 Save Current Configuration for All Parameters to a File (INIt > SAVE) ....................................... 41 6.10 Load a Configuration for All Parameters from a File (INIt > LoAd) ............................................ 41 6.11 Display Firmware Revision Number (INIt > VER.N) .................................................................... 41 6.12 Update Firmware Revision (INIt > VER.U) .................................................................................. 42 6.13 Reset to Factory Default Parameters (INIt > F.dFt) .................................................................... 42 6.14 Password-­‐Protect Initialization Mode Access (INIt > I.Pwd) ...................................................... 42 6.15 Password-­‐Protect Programming Mode Access (INIt > P.Pwd) ................................................... 42 6.1
Input Configuration (INIt > INPt) Select the Input parameter (INPt) to configure the input. Navigate to the correct setting. Settings include the following: • t.C. – Thermocouple Temperature Sensor (entry point) • Rtd – Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) • tHRM – Thermistor Temperature Sensor • PRoC – Process Voltage or Current Input Select the indicated setting. 6.1.1 Thermocouple Input Type (INIt > INPt > t.C.) Select Thermocouple (t.C.) as the input type (factory default). Then specify a specific type of thermocouple or the last selected type will be used. Navigate to the installed thermocouple type. Supported types are as follows: • k – Type K (factory default) • J – Type J • t – Type T • E – Type E • N – Type N • R – Type R • S – Type S • b – Type B • C – Type C Select the indicated type. 22 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) 6.1.2 Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) Input Type (INIt > INPt > Rtd) Select Rtd as the input type. Factory default configuration settings are three-­‐wire, 100 Ω, using the European standard 385 curve. Note that the 392 and 3916 curves are only available for 100 Ω RTDs. If Rtd is selected and a specific configuration is not changed, the last saved configuration will be used. Navigate to the desired configuration parameter: • N.wIR – Firmware selection of the number of wires for RTD connection (no jumpers needed) • A.CRV – Calibration curve covering both the international standard and the resistance of the RTD Select the option. 6.1.2.1 Number of RTD Wires (INIt > INPt > Rtd > N.wIR) Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • 3 wI – Three-­‐wire RTD (factory default) • 4 wI – Four-­‐wire RTD • 2 wI – Two-­‐wire RTD Select the indicated option. 6.1.2.2 Calibration Curve (INIt > INPt > Rtd > A.CRV) Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • 385.1 – European and most common standard at the conventional resistance of 100 Ω (factory default) • 385.5 – European curve for 500 Ω • 385.t – European curve for 1000 Ω • 392 – Old US standard (rarely used), at 100 Ω only • 3916 – Japanese standard, at 100 Ω only Select the indicated option. 6.1.3 Thermistor Input Type Configuration (INIt > INPt > tHRM) Select Thermistor (tHRM) as the input type. This sets up the unit for thermistor-­‐based temperature measurement and then the specific thermistor type can be specified. If no thermistor type is specified, the last selected type is used. Navigate to the correct setting. Settings include the following: • 2.25k – 2,250 Ω thermistor (factory default) • 5k – 5,000 Ω thermistor • 10k – 10,000 Ω thermistor Select the indicated option. 23 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) 6.1.4 Process Input Type Configuration (INIt > INPt > PRoC) Select Process (PRoC) as the input type. Then select the process input range and scale it. If you stop after selecting the PRoC input type, the last selected input range and scaling is used. Navigate to the voltage or current range of the process input. Any signal input outside of the specified hardware input range will result in an “out-­‐of-­‐range” error (code E009). Input range choices include the following: • 4–20 – 4 mA to 20 mA (factory default) • 0–24 – 0 mA to 24 mA • +–10 – -­‐10 V to +10 V • +–1 – -­‐1 V to +1 V • +–0.1 – -­‐100 mV to +100 mV • +–.05 – -­‐50 mV to +50 mV Select the desired range. The (tYPE) option is only displayed for +/-­‐ 1.0, +-­‐0.1 and +-­‐ .05 inputs and allows selecting between Single Ended, Differential and Ratiometric inputs. • SING – Bipolar Single Ended voltage between A+ and ARTN connections • DIFF – Differential voltage between A+ and A-­‐ connections • RTIo – Ratiometric reading between A+ and A-­‐ connections. Select the desired type. Choose either manual or live scaling. The scaling functions translate process values to engineering units and are available for all process input ranges. The defaults for each input range are the hardware minimum and maximum. Scaling methods include the following: • MANL – User manually enters all four scaling parameters • LIVE – User manually enters the low and high display values (RD.1 and RD.2) but reads the input signal directly to set the low and high input values (IN.1 and IN.2) Scaled values are calculated as: Scaled Value = Input * Gain + Offset, where: Gain = (Rd.2 – Rd.1) / (IN.2 – IN.1) Offset = Rd.1 – (Gain * IN.1) Therefore scaling can be done over a subset of the applicable range as this scaling calculation linearly extrapolates in both directions. Select the scaling method to be used. Navigate to the desired scaling parameter. Options include the following: • Rd.1 – Reading low value corresponding to IN.1 signal • IN.1 – Input signal corresponding to RD.1 • Rd.2 – Reading high value corresponding to IN.2 signal • IN.2 – Input signal corresponding to RD.2 In Manual Mode, IN.1 and IN.2 are entered manually for scaling;, in Live Mode, IN.1 and IN.2 activate a read of the input signal for scaling. Select the scaling parameter to change. 24 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) For manual inputs, set the selected scaling parameter to the desired value. Confirm the value for the selected scaling parameter in Manual Mode (MANL), or read and accept the input signal for either IN.1 or IN.2 in Live Mode (LIVE). 6.1.4.1
Single Ended Inputs Single Ended inputs measure the voltage on the Analog Input terminal (AI+) with respect to the analog ground (ARTN) terminal. AIN + V Max ARTN Input Voltage 6.1.4.1
Differential Inputs Differential inputs measure the voltage difference between the AIN+ and AIN-­‐ terminals. An internal 2.048 reference voltage (Vref) is used and determines the maximum voltage difference. The analog voltages must be within +/-­‐ 2.0 volts of the analog ground (ARTN) voltage level, referred to as the Common Mode Voltage. AIN + V Reference AIN -­‐ Voltage Common Mode Voltage ARTN 25 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide 6.1.4.2
Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) Ratiometric Inputs Ratiometric inputs allow applying an external reference voltage (Vref) used by the Analog / Digital converter and the measured signal level directly proportional to the reference voltage. The external reference voltage must be in the range of 1.5 – 2.5 Vdc and applied between APWR and ARTN. An internal 2.0 k ohm resistor is applied between the APWR and ARTN terminals. AIN + Measured Signal as % of Reference Voltage V Reference AIN -­‐ Voltage Common Mode Voltage ARTN 26 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide 6.1.4.3
Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) Bridge Inputs Ratiometric inputs are widely used for bridge inputs as found in load cell and pressure sensors because any fluctuations in the excitation voltage are eliminated in the final reading. The input is configured as a ratiometric input, where the voltage difference between terminals 2 (AIN+) and 3 (AIN-­‐) is measured with respect to the externally applied voltage reference applied between terminal 1 (ARTN) and terminal 4 (APWR). The Excitation voltage, set to 5 or 10 Vdc is used to power the external bridge sensor. Two external resistors provide a divider circuit to ensure that the differential inputs are biased at ½ of the voltage generated by the on-­‐board Excitation Voltage. 1
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Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) Bridge (Ratiometric) Input Scaling To calibrate to a specific bridge device, the user must provide two known loads and enter the corresponding values. This allows the device to calculate a straight line correction: Weight = Input Reading X Gain + Offset Scaling operations allow translating source (input) signals to scaled output signal using a linear translation defined by a SLOPE (or gain) and an OFFSET. As shown below, (X1, Y1) and (X2,Y2) define two points on a line that has a certain SLOPE and OFFSET. Knowing the SLOPE and OFFSET allows determining the OUTPUT value for any given INPUT value using the equation: Output = Input X SLOPE + OFFSET, where GAIN = (Y2 -­‐ Y1) / (X2 -­‐ X1) OFFSET = Y1 -­‐ (GAIN * X1). The Input reading is expressed in terms of full scale, which is directly dependent on the applied reference voltage which is in turn derived from the excitation voltage. Due to the ratiometric design the absolute value of the Excitation voltage and exact resistor values do not enter into the weight calculation. XX
If (X2 -­‐ X1) == 0, the GAIN is set to 1 and the OFFSET is set to 0. 28 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide 6.2
Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) TARE (INIt > tARE) 6.3
Select TARE (tARE) to configure the tare option. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • dSbL – No TARE option is enabled • ENbL – TARE option may be activated from RUN menu • RMt – TARE option may be activated from RUN menu or by digital input The Tare option is only available for process inputs. If enabled (ENbL or RMt) the OPERATING menu is expanded to include a TARE option that allows zeroing the reading value when the unit is in the RUN mode. If the remote option is selected the reading may be zeroed using either the panel button or the digital input while in the RUN mode. When activated, the TARE process applies an offset adjustment to the current reading such that the adjusted reading will be zero. Select the indicated setting. LINR (INIt > LINR) Select 10 Point Linearization option. The 10 point linearization allows entering up to 10 Reading/Input value pairs used to internally calculate 10 gain/offset parameters. The LINR option is only available on Process inputs. Select the Number of Points (N.PNt The N.Pts option determines how many of the Reading/Input pairs are processed. To disable the Linearization function set the Number of points to 0. Select the indicated setting. Choose either manual or live inputs. The defaults for each input pair 100.0 Reading and 100.0 Input. Scaling methods include the following: • MANL – User manually enters both parameters • LIVE – User manually enters the display values (RD.n) but the signal level is read from the input set the input values (IN.n) Using either MANL or LIVE linearization Gain/Offset pairs are calculated as: Gain = (Rd.n – Rd.n-­‐1) / (IN.n – IN.n-­‐1) Offset = Rd.n-­‐1 – (Gain * IN.n-­‐1) During processing the input level is compared to the set of input levels stored to determine which gain/offset pair to apply. Select the linearization method to be used. Navigate to the desired scaling parameter. Options include the following: • Rd.n – Reading low value corresponding to IN.1 signal • IN.n – Input signal corresponding to RD.1 In Manual Mode, IN.n is entered manually. In Live Mode, the IN.n option displays the current input signal. Select the scaling parameter to change. 29 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) In many applications a single Gain and Offset as provided by the Scaling adjustment on process inputs can be used that supports a direct linearization between the input signal and the required reading. For more complex applications, the relationship between the input value and the desired reading is not linear across the entire range of inputs. A common example is found when converting a measured weight of an irregular shaped hopper to the equivalent level. Level = Gain2 X Weight + Offset2 à Level = Gain1 X Weight + Offset1 à A 10 point linearization table is provided, allowing for piecewise linearization of complex profiles. This feature is often used to transform weight values into volume or to transform primary measurements into derived measurements such as rate of change in temperature to air flow. The internal process sequentially checks each Point (IN.x) value against the raw input and uses the associated Gain (GN.x) value to calculate the transfer function. Ptx Output Value à Combined Scaling/Linearization Raw Input à The Scaling and 10 point Linearization may be combined. The output of the Scaling adjustment is applied as the input to the 10 point linearization. The use of Live Scaling and Live Linearization is mutually exclusive. If Live scaling is selected the Live Linearization option is disabled and if Live Linearization is selected the Live Scaling option is disabled. 30 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide 6.4
Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) Display Reading Formats (INIt > RdG) Select Reading Formats (RdG) to configure the front panel display. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • dEC.P – Decimal-­‐point format (entry point) • °F°C – Temperature units • FLtR – Filter (readings displayed per second) • ANN.n – Annunciator 1..n setting, number determined by display type • NCLR – Normal color (default display color) • bRGt – Display brightness Select the indicated setting. 6.4.1 Decimal Point Format (INIt > RdG > dEC.P) Select Decimal Point (dEC.P) and then select the desired decimal-­‐point format. Only the FFF.F and FFFF formats work for temperature inputs but all four can be used with process inputs. While this parameter sets the default format, the numeric display will auto range (automatically shift the decimal point) if necessary. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • FFF.F – One decimal place (factory default) • FFFF – Zero decimal places • FF.FF – Two decimal places (not a choice with temperature inputs) • F.FFF – Three decimal places (not a choice with temperature inputs) Select the indicated format. 6.4.2 Temperature Units (INIt > RdG > °F°C) Select the Temperature Units (°F°C) parameter, and the current temperature unit selection is then displayed. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • °C – Degrees Celsius (factory default), °C annunciator turned on • °F – Degrees Fahrenheit, °F annunciator turned on • NoNE – Default for INPt = PRoC, both temp unit annunciators turned off; if the process level input signal corresponds to a temperature (temperature transmitters for example), the appropriate temperature type annunciator can be chosen. Select the indicated option. Select the indicated option. 31 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) 6.4.1 Display Rounding (INIt > RdG > d.RNd) Select the Display Rounding (d.Rnd) option. The Display Rounding parameter determines the minimum change in value required to cause the display to update. For example, if the d.RNd value is set to 5.0, the displayed values will be 0, 5, 10…. The D.RND value only affects the value being displayed. It does not affect the absolute value being read or the value(s) used for control functions. Select the indicated option. 6.4.2 Filter (INIt > RdG > FLtR) Select the Filter (FLtR) parameter. Filtering averages multiple input analog to digital conversions, which can suppress noise in the input signal. This should be set to an appropriate value depending on the response time of the input. Navigate to the desired setting corresponding to the number of readings per displayed value. Settings include the following (calculated times between display value updates are shown for each setting as well): • 8 – 0.4 s (factory default) • 16 – 0.8 s • 32 – 1.6 s • 64 – 3.2 s • 128 – 6.4 s • 1 – 0.05 s • 2 – 0.1 s • 4 – 0.2 s Select the indicated option. 32 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) 6.4.3 Annunciator Settings (INIt > RdG > ANN.1/ANN.2) Select the Annunciator 1 (ANN.1) parameter. This controls which Alarm or output status activates the “1” annunciator on the front display. In general, the default values for both annunciators should be used (status for Alarm configuration 1 for annunciator 1 and status for Alarm configuration 2 for annunciator 2). However, it can be useful during troubleshooting to map the on/off status of one or two outputs to the annunciators. The ANN.1 and ANN.2 parameters work the same way except that they control the “1” and the “2” front display annunciators, respectively, and have different default values. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • ALM.1 – The configuration defined by PRoG > ALM.1 determines the state of the annunciator. The annunciator turns on when the Alarm condition exists (factory default for ANN.1). • ALM.2 – The configuration defined by PRoG > ALM.2 determines the state of the annunciator (factory default for ANN.2). • oUt# – “oUt#” is replaced by a list of the names of all outputs that are not analog outputs. For example, the output choices dtR.1 and dC.1 are listed for a “145” configuration, and ANG.1 is not listed. Select the indicated option. 6.4.4 Normal Color (INIt > RdG > NCLR) Select the Normal Color (NCLR) parameter. This controls the default display color, which can then be overridden by Alarms. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • GRN – Green (factory default) • REd – Red • AMbR – Amber Select the indicated option. 6.4.5 Brightness (INIt > RdG > bRGt) Select the Brightness (bRGt) parameter. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • HIGH – High display brightness (factory default) • MEd – Medium display brightness • Low – Low display brightness Select the indicated option. 33 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide 6.5
Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) Excitation Voltage (INIt > ECtN) 6.6
Select the Excitation Voltage (ECtN) parameter. Navigate to the correct setting. Settings include the following: • 5 V – 5 Volt excitation voltage (factory default) • 10 V – 10 Volt excitation voltage • 12 V – 12 Volt excitation voltage • 24 V – 24 Volt excitation voltage • 0 V – Excitation turned off Select the indicated option. Communication (INIt > CoMM) Select the Communication Type (CoMM) to configure. Only installed communications options show up for configuration (USB is always present). If more than one communications option is installed, any or all of them can be configured for simultaneous operation. Navigate to the correct option. Options include the following: • USb – Universal Serial Bus (USB) communications (factory default) • EtHN – Ethernet communications configuration • SER – Serial (either RS232 or RS485) communications configuration Select the indicated option. Navigate to the desired parameter submenu. Options include the following: • PRot – Protocol • AddR – Address Note: The serial communications (SER) option above also includes the following parameter: • C.PAR – Communications parameters only applicable to serial communications Select the indicated option. 34 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) 6.6.1 Protocol (INIt > CoMM > USb, EtHN, SER > PRot) Select the Protocol (PRot) parameter. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • oMEG – (factory default) Omega’s Protocol, using standard ASCII encoding. Further detail on this format is covered in the Communications Manual. • M.bUS – Modbus protocol, available as Modbus RTU (RtU, default) or Modbus/ASCII (ASCI). The Ethernet option supports Modbus/TCPIP. More detail on using this protocol can be found in the Communications Manual. Select the desired setting. 6.6.1.1 ASCII Parameters (INIt > CoMM > USb, EtHN, SER > PRot > oMEG) Select oMEG to configure Omega ASCII mode communications parameters. These configuration settings are the same for USB, Ethernet, and Serial communications. Navigate to the desired parameter. Parameters and sub-­‐parameters include the following: • ModE – Choose the Mode for initiating ASCII data transfer: o CMd – Data is sent after receiving a prompt command from the connected device (factory default). o CoNt – Data is sent as it is collected; you can set the seconds between data sends (###.#), default = 001.0. In Continuous Mode, sending a CTRL/Q to the unit suspends transmission and sending a CTRL/S restarts transmission. • dAt.F – Data Format; select yES or No for the following settings: o StAt – Alarm status bytes are sent with the data o RdNG – Sends the process reading o PEAk – Sends the highest process reading so far o VALy – Sends the lowest process reading so far o UNIt – Sends the unit with the value (F, C, V, mV, mA) • _LF_ – Select yES or No; yES sends a line feed between each data block to format the output in a more readable fashion. • ECHo – Select yES or No; yES echoes each received command to allow verification. • SEPR – Determines the separation character between each data block: o _CR_ – A carriage return sent between data blocks (factory default). o SPCE – A space character is sent between each data block. Select the indicated option, and manage submenus and parameters as required. 35 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) 36 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) 6.6.2 Address (INIt > CoMM > USb, EtHN, SER > AddR) Select the Address (AddR) parameter. Set the Address value. The Modbus protocol requires an address field to correctly identify the selected device. The Omega protocol supports an optional address field which is required for Serial channels configured for RS485. Accept the entered value. 6.6.3 Serial Communications Parameters (INIt > CoMM > SER >C.PAR) Select C.PAR. Then, select individual parameters to configure the serial communications. Navigate to the correct setting. Settings include the following: • bUS.F – Specify RS232 or RS485 serial communications • bAUd – Baud rate (transmission rate) • PRty – Parity (used for transmission error checking) • dAtA – Number of bits per data point • StoP – Number of stop bits between data points Select the desired setting. 6.6.3.1 Serial Bus Format (INIt > CoMM > SER > C.PAR > bUS.F) Select the Bus Format (bUS.F) parameter. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • 232C – Allows one-­‐to-­‐one serial communications (factory default) • 485 – Allows multiple devices to operate on a single pair of wires Select the indicated option. 6.6.3.2 Baud Rate (INIt > CoMM > SER > C.PAR > bAUd) Select the Baud Rate (bAUd) parameter. The device being communicated to determines how fast you can set the Baud Rate. Navigate to the desired setting for Baud rate (bits per second): • 19.2 – 19,200 Baud (factory default) • 9600 – 9,600 Baud • 4800 – 4,800 Baud • 2400 – 2,400 Baud • 1200 – 1,200 Baud • 57.6 – 57,600 Baud • 115.2 – 115,200 Baud Select the indicated option. 37 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) 6.6.3.3 Parity (INIt > CoMM > SER > C.PAR > PRty) Select the Parity (PRty) parameter. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • odd – Odd parity used to verify communications (factory default) • EVEN – Even parity used to verify communications • NoNE – Parity is not used to verify communications Select the indicated option. 6.6.3.4 Data Bits (INIt > CoMM > SER > C.PAR > dAtA) Select the number of Data Bits (dAtA). Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • 8bIt – 8 bits used per data character (factory default) • 8bIt – 7 bits used per data character Select the indicated option. 6.6.3.5 Stop Bits (INIt > CoMM > SER > C.PAR > StoP) 6.7
Select the number of Stop Bits (StoP). Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • 1bIt – 1 stop bit (factory default) • 2bIt – 2 stop bits (provides a “force 1” parity bit) Select the indicated option. Safety Features (INIt > SFty) Select Safety Features (SFty). Navigate to the desired parameter. Parameters include the following: • PwoN – Requires confirmation before running automatically at startup • oPER – User must select RUN when exiting from the Stby, PAUS, or StoP Modes • SP.LM – Setpoint limits can be set to limit the values that can be entered • LPbk – Loop break enable/disable and timeout value • o.CRk – Open circuit detection enable/disable Select the indicated option. 6.7.1 Power On Confirmation (INIt > SFty > PwoN) Select Power On Confirmation (PwoN). Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • dSbL – Program runs automatically at startup (factory default) • ENbL – The unit powers on and then displays RUN; press the ENTER button to run the program Select the desired setting. 38 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) 6.7.2 Operating Mode Confirmation (INIt > SFty > oPER) Select the Operating Mode Confirmation (oPER) parameter. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • dSbL – Pressing the ENTER button in Stby, PAUS, or StoP Modes will start running the current program immediately (factory default) • ENbL – Pressing the ENTER button in any Operating Menu Mode will display RUN; pressing the ENTER button again will start running the current program Select the desired setting. 6.7.3 Setpoint Limits (INIt > SFty > SP.LM) Select Setpoint Limits (SP.LM) to set limits on the values that can be used for the all Setpoints. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • SP.Lo – Set the minimum possible Setpoint value • SP.HI – Set the maximum possible Setpoint value Select the desired setting. Set the Setpoint limit value. Confirm the value. 6.7.4 Loop Break Timeout (INIt > SFty > LPbk) Select the loop break (LPbk) parameter. When enabled, this parameter specifies the amount of time in Run Mode without a change in input value that would signify a sensor malfunction. For example, if there were a problem in a thermocouple, the input would not change over time. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • dSbL – No loop break timeout protection (factory default) • ENbL – Set loop break timeout value Select the indicated setting. If ENbL, Set the loop break timeout value in minutes and seconds (MM.SS) Confirm the value. 6.7.5 Open Circuit (INIt > SFty > o.CRk) Select the open circuit (o.CRk) parameter. When o.CRk is enabled, the unit will monitor Thermocouples, RTD, and Thermistors for an open circuit condition. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • ENbL – Open circuit conditions will stop the program and display oPEN (factory default) • dSbL – No open circuit protection (may be necessary when using high impedance infrared thermocouples or thermistors). Confirm the value. 39 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide 6.8
Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) Manual Temperature Calibration (INIt > t.CAL) Select the Manual Temperature Calibration (t.CAL) submenu. This parameter allows you to manually adjust the thermocouple, RTD, or Thermistor calibration curves provided with the unit. Once a curve has been manually adjusted, this setting can be set to NoNE to disable the manual adjustment (resetting to factory defaults will remove any manually adjustment factors). Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include: • NoNE – No manual calibration (factory default) • 1.PNt – Manually create a 1-­‐point calibration • 2.PNt – Manually create a 2-­‐point calibration • ICE.P – Manually create a 1-­‐point calibration at 0oC Select the indicated option. 6.8.1 No Manual Temperature Calibration Adjustment (INIt > t.CAL > NoNE) Select NoNE to use the standard temperature sensor calibration curves. This mode will be used by most users. 6.8.2 Manual Temperature Calibration Offset Adjustment (INIt > t.CAL > 1.PNt) Select 1.PNt to manually adjust the offset of the calibration curve base on the current reading. Set the Manual Thermocouple Calibration Offset value in degrees. Confirm the Offset value and pair it with the current input reading. 6.8.3 Manual Temperature Calibration Offset and Slope Adjustment (INIt > t.CAL > 2.PNt) Select 2.PNt to use 2 points to manually adjust both the offset and slope of the calibration curve. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • R.Lo – Set low point in degrees, default = 0, and associate with input reading • R.HI – Set high point in degrees, default = 999.9, and associate with input reading Select the indicated setting. Set the Temperature for R.Lo or R.HI. Confirm the value and pair it with the current input reading. 40 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) 6.8.4 Temperature Ice Point Calibration (INIt > t.CAL > ICE.P) 6.9
Select ICE.P to calibrate the zero point for the temperature sensor. This function basically operates the same as a 1.PNT offset adjustment restricted to a measurement at the freezing point of water. Navigate to the ok? To set the ICE POINT value or DSBL to clear the previous ICE POINT offset. • Ok? – Offset is calculated, using assumed value of °C. dSbL– clears the Ice Point offset value Confirm the Ice Point set or reset. Save Current Configuration for All Parameters to a File (INIt > SAVE) Select Save Current Configuration Settings (SAVE) as the command to execute. If no thumb drive is present the failure code E010 is displayed. Otherwise, a numeric designation for the save file is then specified and confirmed before the SAVE command executes. Important Note: The configuration file is a tab separated text file with a “.TXT” extension. It can be loaded onto a PC, read into Excel then modified there. Once modified, save it back as a tab separated .TXT file and it can then be loaded back into the unit using the INIt > LoAd command. This capability can be especially useful for editing complex multi ramp and soak programs. For more information on the configuration file format, see the “Load and Save File Format Manual”. Select a numeric file name from the range 0–99. Confirm the SAVE command. This saves the configuration to the file number specified. If the SAVE operation fails, the failure code w004 is displayed. If the SAVE operation is successful, doNE is displayed. 6.10 Load a Configuration for All Parameters from a File (INIt > LoAd) Select the Load a Configuration (LoAd) command. If no thumb drive is present the failure code E010 is displayed. Otherwise, a numeric designation for the file to be loaded is then specified and confirmed before the LoAd command executes. Select a numeric file name from the range 0–99. Confirm the LoAd command. This loads the configuration from the file number specified. If the LoAd operation fails, the failure code w003 is displayed. If the LoAd operation is successful, doNE is displayed. 6.11 Display Firmware Revision Number (INIt > VER.N) Select the Update Firmware Revision (VER.U) function. Note that updating the firmware will reset the unit to factory defaults. To keep all configuration settings, save them before installing new firmware.. 41 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Initialization Mode (INIt) 6.12 Update Firmware Revision (INIt > VER.U) Select the Update Firmware Revision (VER.U) function. Note that updating your firmware will reset the unit to factory defaults as well. If you want to keep you configuration settings, save them before installing new firmware. The LED display shows ok? and requires confirmation. Confirm the firmware update. New firmware will then be read from a thumb drive connected to the USB port. 6.13 Reset to Factory Default Parameters (INIt > F.dFt) Select the Reset to Factory Default Parameters (F.dFt) function. The LED display shows ok? and requires confirmation. Confirm the parameter reset. 6.14 Password-­‐Protect Initialization Mode Access (INIt > I.Pwd) Select the Password Protect Initialization Mode Access (I.Pwd) function. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • No – Do not require a password for INIt Mode (factory default) • yES – Require a password for INIt Mode; users will be prompted for this password when selecting INIt Select the indicated setting. If yES, set the numeric password from the range 0000–9999. Confirm the password. 6.15 Password-­‐Protect Programming Mode Access (INIt > P.Pwd) Select the Password Protect Programming Mode Access (P.Pwd) function. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • No – Do not require a password for PRoG Mode (factory default) • yES – Require a password for PRoG Mode; users will be prompted for this password when selecting PRoG Select the indicated setting. If yES, set the numeric password from the range 0000–9999. Confirm the password. 42 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Programming Mode (PRoG) 7. Reference Section: Programming Mode (PRoG) Use Programming Mode to set the following parameters and perform the following functions: 7. Reference Section: Programming Mode (PRoG) .......................................................................... 43 7.1 Setpoint 1 Configuration (PRoG > SP1) ...................................................................................... 43 7.2 Setpoint 2 Configuration (PRoG > SP2) ...................................................................................... 43 7.3 Alarm Mode Configuration (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2) .................................................................. 44 7.4 Output Channel 1–6 Configuration (PRoG > oUt.1–oUt.6) ........................................................ 48 7.1
Setpoint 1 Configuration (PRoG > SP1) 7.2
Setpoint 2 Configuration (PRoG > SP2) Select the Setpoint 1 (SP1) parameter. Set the process goal value for PId or oN.oF control. Confirm the value. Select the Setpoint 2 (SP2) parameter. SP2 is used with Alarm functions and with on/off control when setting up for Heat/Cool Control Mode. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • ASbo – The value for SP2 is specified in Absolute Mode (factory default) • dEVI – The value specified for SP2 indicates an offset (positive or negative) from SP1; this allows SP2 to track any changes to SP1 automatically Select the indicated setting. Set the correct value. Confirm the value. 43 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide 7.3
Reference Section: Programming Mode (PRoG) Alarm Mode Configuration (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2) Select Alarm Configuration 1 (ALM.1) or Alarm Configuration 2 (ALM.2) in order to set up, change, enable, or disable Alarms. Either or both Alarms can be assigned to trigger display color changes, annunciators, and / or outputs. Either or both Alarm configurations can be assigned to multiple outputs. The ALM.1 and ALM.2 configuration menus have all of the same settings and function in the same manner. Navigate to the Alarm setting you want to change. Settings include the following: • tyPE – Alarm type absolute or deviation • Ab.dV – Alarm references values (ALR.H and ALR.L) or deviation from SP1 or SP2 • ALR.H – Alarm high parameter, used for Alarm trigger calculations • ALR.L – Alarm low parameter, used for Alarm trigger calculations • A.CLR – Alarm color indication • HI.HI – High High / Low Low offset value • LtCH – Alarm latching • CtCL – Alarm action (normally open or normally closed) • A.P.oN – Alarm power-­‐on behavior • dE.oN – Time delay for Alarm trigger unless the condition persists, default = 1.0 s • dE.oF – Time delay for cancelling Alarms after being triggered; prevents Alarm “chatter,” default = 0.0 s Select the indicated setting. 7.3.1 Alarm Type (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > tyPE) Select the Alarm Type (tyPE) parameter. This parameter will control the basic behavior of the selected alarm. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • oFF – Alarm is off (factory default) • AboV – Alarm is triggered when the process value exceeds ALR.H (Absolute Mode) or the specified Setpoint plus ALR.H (Deviation Mode) • bELo – Alarm is triggered when the process value is less than ALR.L (Absolute Mode) or the specified Setpoint minus ALR.L (Deviation Mode) • HI.Lo. – Alarm is triggered when the process value is outside the ALR.L–ALR.H range (Absolute Mode) or the range defined by the band around the specified Setpoint as determined by ALR.L and ALR.H (Deviation Mode) • bANd – Alarm is triggered when the process value is within the ALR.L–ALR.H range (Absolute Mode) or within the band around the specified Setpoint as determined by ALR.L and ALR.H (Deviation Mode) Note: Table 5.1 compares the Alarm range options, and Figure 5.1 represents the Alarm range options graphically. Select the indicated setting. 44 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Programming Mode (PRoG) Table 7 – Alarm Range Option Comparison Setting AboV bELo HI.Lo. bANd Absolute (AbSo) > ALR.H < ALR.L < ALR.L or > ALR.H > ALR.L and < ALR.H Deviation (d.SP1) > SP1 + ALR.H < SP1 -­‐ ALR.L < SP1 -­‐ ALR.L or > SP1 + ALR.H > SP1 -­‐ ALR.L and < SP1 + ALR.H Deviation (d.SP2) > SP2 + ALR.H < SP2 -­‐ ALR.L < SP2 -­‐ ALR.L or > SP2 + ALR.H > SP2 -­‐ ALR.L and < SP2 + ALR.H Absolute Mode (AbSo) bELo, HI.Lo. ALR.L ALR.H bANd AboV, HI.Lo. Lower Deviation Mode (dEVI) bELo, HI.Lo. Higher SP1 bANd ALR.L SP2 ALR.H AboV, HI.Lo. Lower (SP2 has the same alarm options.) Higher Figure 10 – Alarm Range Option Diagram 7.3.2 Absolute or Deviation Alarm (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > tyPE > Ab.dV) Select the Absolute or Deviation Alarm (Ab.dV) parameter. Navigate to the correct setting. Settings and sub settings include the following: • AbSo – Alarm is triggered using calculations based on the absolute values of ALR.H or ALR.L used as specified by the tyPE parameter • d.SP1 – Alarm is triggered using calculations based on values relative to SP1 as specified by the tyPE parameter • d.SP2 – Alarm is triggered using calculations based on values relative to SP2 as specified by the tyPE parameter Select the desired setting. 7.3.3 Alarm High Reference (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > tyPE > ALR.H) Select the Alarm High Reference (ALR.H) parameter. Set the Alarm High Reference value. Confirm the value. 7.3.4 Alarm Low Reference (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > tyPE > ALR.L) Select the Alarm Low Reference (ALR.L) parameter. Set the Alarm Low Reference value. Confirm the value. 45 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Programming Mode (PRoG) 7.3.5 Alarm Color (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > A.CLR) Select the Alarm Color (A.CLR) parameter. Navigate to the desired option. Options include the following: • REd – Alarm conditions are displayed in red (factory default) • AMbR – Alarm conditions are displayed in amber • GRN – Alarms conditions are displayed in green • dEFt – Alarms do not affect the default display color Select the desired option. 7.3.6 Alarm High High / Low Low Offset Value (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > HI.HI) Select the Alarm Offset Value (HI.HI) parameter. This parameter allows an offset to be added to the Alarm trigger point(s) which will flash the display when exceeded. Depending on the Alarm type the offset can apply above the trigger point, below it, or both. This is illustrated in Figure 5.2. HI.HI works with both absolute and deviation Alarms. Navigate to the correct option. Options include the following: • oFF – High High / Low Low function disabled (factory default) • oN – Display will flash in the color determined by the A.CLR parameter when the Process Value is greater than the HI.HI offset value away from the Alarm condition settings (in either direction) Select the indicated option. For oN, set the offset value. Confirm the value. Lo.Lo ALR.L bELo, HI.Lo. Lower bANd ALR.H AboV, HI.Lo. Figure 11 – Alarm HI.HI parameter. HI.HI Higher 46 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Programming Mode (PRoG) 7.3.7 Alarm Latching (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > LtCH) Select the Alarm Latching (LtCH) parameter. Navigate to the desired option. Options include the following: • No – Alarm does not latch (factory default); the Alarm turns off when the Process Value returns to a non-­‐Alarm condition • yES – Alarm latches; even if the Process Value returns to a non-­‐Alarm condition, the Alarm condition remains active and must be unlatched using oPER > L.RSt • botH – Alarm latches and can be unlatched either by using oPER > L.RSt from the front panel or via the digital input • RMt – Alarm latches and can be unlatched only via the digital input Select the indicated option. 7.3.8 Alarm Normally Closed, Normally Open (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > CtCL) Select the Alarm Normally Open or Normally Closed (CtCL) parameter. Navigate to the desired option. Options include the following: • N.o. – Normally open: output is activated when the Alarm condition is met (factory default) • N.C. – Normally closed: output is activated in normal conditions, but turned off in the Alarm condition Select the indicated option. 7.3.9 Alarm Power-­‐On Behavior (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > A.P.oN) Select the Alarm Power-­‐On Behavior (A.P.oN) parameter. Navigate to the desired option. Option include: • yES – Alarms are active at power-­‐on and do not require crossing the Setpoint (factory default) • No – Alarms are inactive at power-­‐on; the process reading must cross the Alarm condition before being activated Select the indicated option. 7.3.10 Alarm On Delay (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > dE.oN) Select the Alarm On Delay (dE.oN) parameter. Set the number of seconds to delay triggering the Alarm. (The default is 0.) This setting can be used to prevent false Alarm triggering when the Process Value only briefly enters an Alarm condition. Confirm the value. 47 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Programming Mode (PRoG) 7.3.11 Alarm Off Delay (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > dE.oF) Select the Alarm Off Delay (dE.oF) parameter. Set the number of seconds to delay cancelling the Alarm. (The default is 0.) This setting can be used to prevent Alarm chatter. Confirm the value. 7.4 Output Channel 1–6 Configuration (PRoG > oUt.1–oUt.6) Navigate to the desired output channel. The number and type of output channels on the PLATINUM Series are automatically recognized by the device. The following output names display, replacing the generic oUt.1 through oUt.6 references used in this document: • StR1 – Single Throw Mechanical Relay number 1 • StR2 – Single Throw Mechanical Relay number 2 • StR3 – Single Throw Mechanical Relay number 3 • StR4 – Single Throw Mechanical Relay number 4 • dtR1 – Double Throw Mechanical Relay number 1 • dtR2 – Double Throw Mechanical Relay number 2 • SSR1 – Solid State Relay number 1 • SSR2 – Solid State Relay number 2 • SSR3 – Solid State Relay number 3 • SSR4 – Solid State Relay number 4 • dC1 – DC Pulse output number 1 • dC2 – DC Pulse output number 2 • dC3 – DC Pulse output number 3 • ANG1 – Analog output number 1 • IdC1 – Isolated DC Pulse output number 1 • IdC2 – Isolated DC Pulse output number 2 • IAN1 – Isolated Analog output number 1 Note: All output channels have the same menu structure. However, only those parameters that apply for the type of output being configured appear in that output’s menu. Select the indicated output channel. Navigate to the desired submenu. Submenus include the following: • ModE – Allows the output to be set up as a control, Alarm, retransmission, or Ramp/Soak event output; the output can also be turned off • CyCL – PWM pulse width setting for DC pulse, mechanical relay, and solid state relay outputs • RNGE – Sets the voltage or current range for analog outputs 48 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Programming Mode (PRoG) 7.4.1 Output Channel Mode (PRoG > dtR1, dtR2 > ModE) Select Output Channel Mode (ModE) to configure the specified output. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • oFF – Turn off the output channel (factory default) • ALM.1 – Set the output to be an Alarm, activating when alarm conditions according to the ALM.1 configuration parameters are active. • ALM.2 – Set the output to be an Alarm, activating when alarm conditions according to the ALM.2 configuration parameters are active. Select the indicated setting. 7.4.1.1 Turn Off Output Channel (PRoG > oUt1–oUt6 > ModE > oFF) Turn off this output (oFF). 7.4.1.2 PID Control Mode (PRoG > oUt1–oUt6 > ModE > PId) Select PID Control Mode (PId) for this output (factory default). PID parameters are set outside the specific output submenus, as more than one output can be used for PID control at a time. See 7.5 PID Configuration (PRoG > PID). 7.4.1.3 On/Off Control Mode (PRoG > oUt1–oUt6 > ModE > oN.oF) Select On/Off Control Mode (oN.oF) for this output. More than one output can be set up for oN.oF control. For Heat / Cool control set the output connected to the heater with ACtN equal to RVRS and the output connected to the cooling device with ACtN set to dRCt. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • ACtN – Determines the action direction for control • dEAd – Sets the deadband value; the deadband value is applied in the same units as the process variable to one side of Setpoint as determined by the ActN direction • S.PNt – Allows either Setpoint 1 or Setpoint 2 to be specified as the target value; Setpoint 2 can be set to track Setpoint 1 using the deviation (dEVI) option (7.2 Setpoint 2 (PRoG > SP2))—a useful feature when setting up for heat/cool operation Select the indicated setting. 49 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Programming Mode (PRoG) For ACtN, select the correct setting. Settings include the following: • RVRS – Off when Process Value is > Setpoint, and on when Process Value is < Setpoint (e.g., heating); deadband is applied below Setpoint (factory default) • dRCt – Off when Process Value is < Setpoint, and on when Process Value is > Setpoint (e.g., cooling); deadband is applied above Setpoint For dEAd, set the desired value. (The default is 5.0.) Select the indicated ACtN setting, or confirm the dEAd value. 7.4.1.4 Output as Alarm 1 (PRoG > oUt1–oUt6 > ModE > ALM.1) Select this Output to be an Alarm using the Alarm 1 (ALM.1) configuration. 7.4.1.5 Output as Alarm 2 (PRoG > oUt1–oUt6 > ModE > ALM.2) Select this Output to be an Alarm using the Alarm 2 (ALM.2) configuration. 7.4.1.6 Retransmission (PRoG > oUt1–oUt6 > ModE > RtRN) Select Retransmission (RtRN) as the Operating Mode for the output. This option is only available for analog outputs. Scaling is performed using absolute values—not calculated counts. The retransmission signal type (voltage or current and range) is set for this output using the 7.4.3 Analog Output Range (PRoG > oUt1–oUt6 > RNGE) parameter. The retransmission signal is then scaled using the following 4 parameters. The unit will display the first scaling parameter, Rd1, after RtRN is selected. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • Rd1 – Process reading 1; the process reading that corresponds to the output signal oUt1 • oUt1 – The output signal that corresponds to the process value Rd1 • Rd2 – Process reading 2; the process reading that corresponds to the output signal oUt2 • oUt2 – The output signal that corresponds to the process value Rd2 Select the indicated setting. Set the desired value. Confirm the value. 50 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Programming Mode (PRoG) 7.4.1.7 Set Output to Ramp Event Mode (PRoG > oUt1–
oUt6 > ModE > RE.oN) Activate Output to Ramp Event Mode (RE.oN) during Ramp segments in Ramp and Soak programs when the Ramp Event flag is set for that Ramp segment. This can be used to turn on auxiliary devices such as fans or stirrers, secondary heaters, etc. 7.4.1.8 Set Output to Soak Event Mode (PRoG > oUt1–
oUt6 > ModE > SE.oN) Activate Output to Soak Event Mode (SE.oN) during Soak segments in Ramp and Soak programs when the Soak Event flag is set for that Soak segment. This can be used to turn on auxiliary devices such as fans or stirrers. 7.4.2 Output Cycle Pulse Width (PRoG > oUt1–oUt6 > CyCL) Select the Output Cycle Pulse Width (CyCL) parameter. This parameter is used to set the control signal pulse width in seconds for DC pulse, mechanical relay, and solid state relay (SSR) outputs. Set a value. Note: For DC pulse and SSR outputs, choose a value between 0.1 and 199.0. (The default is 0.1s.) For mechanical relays, choose a value between 1.0 and 199.0. (The default is 5.0s.) Confirm the value. 7.4.3 Analog Output Range (PRoG > oUt1–oUt6 > RNGE) Select the Output Range (RNGE) parameter. This menu choice is only available for analog outputs. The RNGE parameter is used for both Control and Retransmission Modes and generally must be matched to the input range for whatever device the analog output is driving. Navigate to the desired setting. Settings include the following: • 0–10 – 0 to 10 Volts (factory default) • 0–5 – 0 to 5 Volts • 0–20 – 0 to 20 mA • 4–20 – 4 to 20 mA • 0–24 – 0 to 24 mA Select the desired range setting. 51 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Reference Section: Operating Mode (oPER) 8. Reference Section: Operating Mode (oPER) Operating Mode is used to activate the unit’s monitoring and controlling functions. It also allows shortcut access to the Setpoint parameters while still running. Use Operating Mode to set the following parameters and perform the following functions: 8. Reference Section: Operating Mode (oPER) ................................................................................ 52 8.1 Normal Run Mode (oPER > RUN) ............................................................................................... 52 8.2 Change Setpoint 1 (oPER > SP1) ................................................................................................ 52 8.3 Change Setpoint 2 (oPER > SP2) ................................................................................................ 53 8.4 Clear Latched Alarms (oPER > L.RSt) .......................................................................................... 53 8.5 Display Valley Reading (oPER > VALy) ........................................................................................ 53 8.6 Display Peak Reading (oPER > PEAk) .......................................................................................... 54 8.7 Standby Mode (oPER > Stby) ..................................................................................................... 54 8.8 Standby Mode (oPER > tARE) ..................................................................................................... 54 8.1
Normal Run Mode (oPER > RUN) Select Normal Run Mode (RUN). The ENTER button starts the unit operating according to the current input, output, and communications settings. Run Mode will automatically be entered and activated at unit power-­‐on if the Power on Confirmation (6.7.2 Power On Confirmation (INIt > SFty > PwoN)) parameter is set to dSbL. The process value is displayed in the main display, and if the unit uses dual displays, the current Setpoint value is displayed in the secondary display. With the unit remaining active, the oPER menu selections can be navigated to using the LEFT and RIGHT buttons. 8.2
Change Setpoint 1 (oPER > SP1) Select the Change Setpoint 1 (SP1) parameter. This function allows Setpoint 1 to be changed while remaining in Run Mode. Pressing the ENTER button after changing a Setpoint while in RUN Mode returns you to RUN Mode with no interruption in monitoring, control, or communications operations. If remote Setpoint is enabled, Setpoint 1 cannot be changed here and the display will flash. Set the desired value for Setpoint 1. When changing the set points from the operating mode menu, the left arrow decreases the value with acceleration and the right arrow increases the value with acceleration. This is different from the decimal place switching numeric change control in other places as changes made here are usually limited. Confirm the value. 52 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide 8.3
Reference Section: Operating Mode (oPER) Change Setpoint 2 (oPER > SP2) 8.4
Select the Change Setpoint 2 (SP2) parameter. This function allows Setpoint 2 to be changed while remaining in RUN Mode. The current value for Setpoint 2 flashes in the main display. Setpoint 2 is only used for Alarms and as the cooling Setpoint in Heat/Cool Control Mode. See 8.2 Change Setpoint 1 (oPER > SP1) for additional information. Set the desired value for Setpoint 2. Confirm the value. Clear Latched Alarms (oPER > L.RSt) Select the Clear Latched Alarms command (L.RSt) to clear currently latched Alarms. Alternatively, use digital input to activate the L.RSt command if configured in the PRoG menu as explained in 7.3.7 Alarm Latching (PRoG > ALM.1, ALM.2 > LtCH). Return to RUN Mode or to displaying “RUN” depending on the Operating Safety parameter setting (6.7.2 Operating Mode Confirmation (INIt > SFty > oPER)). 8.5
Display Valley Reading (oPER > VALy) Select Display Valley Reading (VALy) to change the process value displayed to the lowest reading since VALy was last cleared. Clear the VALy reading buffer. Return to RUN Mode or to displaying “RUN” depending on the Operating Safety parameter setting (6.7.2 Operating Mode Confirmation (INIt > SFty > oPER)). Note: Using the other buttons to navigate away from VALy does not clear the VALy reading buffer. 53 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide 8.6
Reference Section: Operating Mode (oPER) Display Peak Reading (oPER > PEAk) Select Display Peak Reading (PEAk) to change the process value displayed to the highest reading since PEAk was last cleared. Clear the PEAk reading buffer. Return to RUN Mode or to displaying “RUN” depending on the Operating Safety parameter setting (6.7.2 Operating Mode Confirmation (INIt > SFty > oPER)). Note: Using the other buttons to navigate away from PEAk does not clear the PEAk reading buffer. 8.7
Standby Mode (oPER > Stby) Select Standby Mode (Stby) to disable outputs and Alarm conditions. Stby is displayed until navigating elsewhere. Navigate to any desired initialization or programming settings to change them or to adjust the process. Return to RUN Mode or to displaying “RUN” depending on the Operating Safety parameter setting (6.7.2 Operating Mode Confirmation (INIt > SFty > oPER)). 8.8
Standby Mode (oPER > tARE) Select Standby Mode (tARE) to allow zeroing the current input value. Available only if enabled in the INIt menu. The tARE will adjust the input offset to show zero. Return to RUN Mode or to displaying “RUN” depending on the Operating Safety parameter setting (6.7.2 Operating Mode Confirmation (INIt > SFty > oPER)). 54 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Specifications 9. Specifications 9.1 Inputs Input Types Current Input Voltage Input Thermocouple Input (ITS 90) RTD Input (ITS 90) Strain & Bridge Input Excitation Configuration Polarity Accuracy Resolution Input Impedances Temperature Stability A/D Conversion Reading Rate Digital Filter CMRR Setpoint Adjustment Warm Up to Rated Accuracy 9.2
100/500/1000 Ω Pt sensor, 2-­‐, 3-­‐ or 4-­‐wire; 0.00385 (100 Ω only), 0.00392 (100 Ω only), or 0.003916 (100 Ω only) curves ±50 mV, ±100 mV Firmware selectable (no jumpers to set) to 5, 10, 12, and 24 Vdc @ 25 mA (24V for AC units only) Differential Bipolar Refer to Table 8 0.1°F/°C temperature; 10 µV process Process Voltage/Strain: 10 MΩ for +/-­‐ 100 mV Process Voltage: 1 MΩ for other voltage ranges Process Current: 5 Ω Thermocouple: 10 KΩ max • RTD: 0.04°C/°C • TC at 25°C (77°F): 0.05°C/°C (cold junction compensation) • Process/Strain: 50 ppm/°C 24 bit Sigma Delta 20 samples per second Programmable from 0.05 seconds (filter = 1) to 6.4 seconds (filter = 128) 120 dB 4 Digit (-­‐9999 to +9999 counts); 6 Digit (-­‐99999 to +999999) 30 min Outputs (Optional with “-­‐AL” Configurations) SPDT Relay Isolated Analog 9.3
Thermocouple, RTD, Thermistor, Analog Voltage, Analog Current, Strain 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 24 mA Scalable ±50 mV, ±100 mV, ±1 V, ±10 Vdc Single Ended Scalable ±50 and ±100 mV differential and ratiometric inputs, scalable K, J, T, E, R, S, B, C, N Single pole, double throw mechanical relay, 250 Vac or 30 Vdc at 3 A (Resistive Load) Isolated, Proportional 0–10 Vdc or 0–20 mA; 500 Ω max. Programmable for control or retransmission. Accuracy is 0.1% of full scale. Communications (USB Standard, Optional Serial and Ethernet) Connection USB Ethernet Serial Protocols USB: Female Micro-­‐USB, Ethernet: Standard RJ45, Serial: Screw terminals USB 2.0 Host or Device Standards Compliance IEEE 802.3 10/100 Base-­‐T Auto-­‐switching, TCP/IP, ARP, HTTPGET Software Selectable RS/232 or RS/485. Programmable 1200 to 115.2 K baud. Omega ASCII, Modbus ASCII / RTU 55 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide 9.4
UL, C-­‐UL, and CE (8. Approvals Information) • 2300 Vac per 1 min test • 1500 Vac per 1 min test (Low-­‐Voltage/Power Option) 2300 Vac per 1 min test 2300 Vac per 1 min test 500 Vac per 1 min test General Display Dimensions Panel Cutout Environmental Conditions External Fuse Required Line Voltage/Power Low-­‐Voltage/Power Option Protection 4-­‐digit or 6-­‐digit, 9-­‐segment LED; red, green, and amber programmable colors for process variable, Setpoint, and temperature units • 10.2 mm (0.40"): 32Pt, 16Pt, 16DPt (Dual Display) • 21 mm (0.83"): 8Pt • 17 mm (0.67”) 8EPT (6 Digit Display) • 21 mm (0.83”) and 10.2 mm (0.40”): 8DPt (Dual Display) • 8Pt, 8EPt Series: 48 H x 96 W x 127 mm D, (1.89 x 3.78 x 5") • 16Pt Series: 48 H x 48 W x 127 mm D, (1.89 x 1.89 x 5") • 32Pt Series: 25.4 H x 48 W x 127 mm D, (1.0 x 1.89 x 5") • 8Pt, 8EPt Series: 45 H x 92 mm W (1.772" x 3.622"), 1/8 DIN • 16Pt Series: 45 mm (1.772") square, 1/16 DIN • 32Pt Series: 22.5 H x 45 mm W (0.886" x 1.772"), 1/32 DIN All Models: 0–50°C (32–122°F), 90% RH non-­‐condensing Time-­‐Delay, UL 248-­‐14 listed: • 100 mA/250 V • 400 mA/250 V (Low-­‐Voltage Option) Time-­‐Lag, IEC 127-­‐3 recognized: • 100 mA/250 V • 400 mA/250 V (Low-­‐Voltage Option) • 90–240 Vac ±10%, 50-­‐400 Hz1 • 110–300 Vdc, equivalent voltage • 4 W: power for 8Pt, 8EPt, 16Pt, 32Pt Models • 5 W: power for 8DPt, 16DPt Models External power source must meet Safety Agency Approvals. Units can be powered safely with 24 Vac power, but no certification for CE/UL is claimed. • 12–36 Vdc: 3 W power for 8 Pt, 8EPt, 16Pt, 32Pt • NEMA-­‐4x/Type 4x/IP65 front bezel: 32Pt, 16Pt • NEMA-­‐1/Type 1 front bezel: 8Pt, 8EPt 1
Specifications Isolation Approvals Power to Input/Output Power to Relays/SSR Outputs Relays/SSR to Relay/SSR Outputs RS-­‐232/485 to Inputs/Outputs 9.5
No CE compliance above 60 Hz 56 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Weight • 8Pt, 8EPt Series: 295 g (0.65 lb) • 16Pt Series: 159 g (0.35 lb) • 32Pt Series: 127 g (0.28 lb) Input Type Process/Strain Process J Type T/C K Type T/C T Type T/C E Type T/C R Type T/C S Type T/C Description Process Voltage Process Current Iron-­‐Constantan CHROMEGA®-­‐ALOMEGA® Copper-­‐Constantan CHROMEGA®-­‐Constantan Pt/13%Rh-­‐Pt Pt/10%Rh-­‐Pt Specifications Range ±50 mV, ±100 mV, ±1, ±10 Vdc Scalable within 0 to 24 mA -­‐210 to 1200°C / -­‐346 to 2192°F -­‐270 to -­‐160°C / -­‐454 to -­‐256°F -­‐160 to -­‐1372°C / -­‐256 to 2502°F -­‐270 to -­‐190°C / -­‐454 to -­‐310°F -­‐190 to 400°C / -­‐310 to 752°F -­‐270 to -­‐220°C / -­‐454 to -­‐364°F -­‐220 to 1000°C / -­‐364 to 1832°F -­‐50 to 40°C / -­‐58 to 104°F 40 to 1788°C / 104 to 3250°F -­‐50 to 100°C / -­‐58 to 212°F 100 to1768°C / 212 to 3214°F Table 8 – Ranges and Accuracies for Supported Inputs. Accuracy 0.03% Rdg 0.03% Rdg 0.4°C / 0.7°F 1.0°C / 1.8°F 0.4°C / 0.7°F 1.0°C / 1.8°F 0.4°C / 0.7°F 1.0°C / 1.8°F 0.4°C / 0.7°F 1.0°C / 1.8°F 0.5°C / 0.9°F 1.0°C / 1.8°F 0.5°C / 0.9°F 57 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide Approvals Information B Type T/C 30%Rh-­‐Pt/6%Rh-­‐Pt 100 to 640°C / 212 to 1184°F 1.0°C / 1.8°F 640 to 1820°C / 1184 to 3308°F 0.5°C / 0.9°F C Type T/C 5%Re-­‐W/26%Re-­‐W 0 to 2320°C / 32 to 4208°F 0.4°C / 0.7°F N Type T/C Nicrosil-­‐Nisil -­‐250 to -­‐100°C / -­‐418 to -­‐148°F 1.0°C / 1.8°F -­‐100 to 1300°C / -­‐148 to 2372°F 0.4°C / 0.7°F RTD Pt, 0.00385, 100 Ω, 500 Ω, 1000 Ω -­‐200 to 850°C / -­‐328 to 1562°F 0.3°C / 0.5°F RTD Pt, 0.003916, 100 Ω -­‐200 to 660°C / -­‐328 to 1220°F 0.3°C / 0.5°F RTD Pt, 0.00392, 100 Ω -­‐200 to 660°C / -­‐328 to 1220°F 0.3°C / 0.5°F Thermistor 2252 Ω -­‐40 to 120C / -­‐40 to 248F 0.2°C / 0.35°F Thermistor 5K Ω -­‐30 to 140C / -­‐22 to 284F 0.2°C / 0.35°F Thermistor 10K Ω -­‐20 to 150C / -­‐4 to 302F 0.2°C / 0.35°F Table 9 – Error Code Descriptions Code E001 E002 E003 E004 E005 E006 E009 E010 E011 E012 E013 E014 E015 10.
Error Code Descriptions File not found during load operation Bad file format during load operation File read error during load operation File write error during save operation Device not found for read or write operation Loop break timeout Input signal out of range Communications device not ready (USB, Serial, etc.) Communications install error Failed attempt to open a communications device Failed attempt to read from a communications device Failed attempt to write to a communications device Bad reboot, attempt to reboot from an unknown source Approvals Information This product conforms to the EMC: 2014/30/EU (EMC Directive). Electrical Safety: 2014/35/EU (Low Voltage Directive) Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control, and laboratory Double Insulation; Pollution Degree 2 Dielectric withstand Test per 1 min •
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Power to Input/Output: Power to Input/Output2: Power to Relays/SSR Output: Ethernet to Inputs: Isolated RS232 to Inputs: 2300 Vac 1500 Vac 2300 Vac 1500 Vac 500 Vac (3250 Vdc) (2120 Vdc) (3250 Vdc) (2120 Vdc) (720 Vdc) 2
Low-­‐voltage DC power option: Units configured for external low power DC voltage, 12–36Vdc. 58 PLATINUM Series Meters User’s Guide • Isolated Analog to Inputs: 500 Vac (720 Vdc) • Analog/Pulse to Inputs: No Isolation Approvals Information Measurement Category I Category I includes measurements performed on circuits not directly connected to the Mains Supply (power). Maximum Line-­‐to-­‐Neutral working voltage is 50Vac/dc. This unit should not be used in Measurement Categories II, III, and IV. Transients Overvoltage Surge (1.2 / 50uS pulse) • Input Power: 2500 V 2
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