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Omega DP41-S Owner Manual
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To Configure Meter Inputs:
1.
Configure Reading Offset (continued)
Press MENU until the meter displays:
in cnf
6.
Press MENU.
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
RESET
SETPTS
Press /MIN to display:
in cnf
stored
The meter displays:
SETPTS
2.
WARRANTY/DISCLAIMER
inp.1=0
7.
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
SETPTS
RESET
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
3.
Press /MAX, if necessary to change the configuration value.
4.
. through INP7
.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 for INP2
5.
Press MENU
stored
SETPTS
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
RESET
in.sc.of
SETPTS
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
MENU
RESET
reset2
RESET
SETPTS
The meter displays:
/MIN
Press RESET twice.
The meter flashes and then displays a value.
SETPTS
/MAX
RESET
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
RESET
Your meter is now in RUN mode and operational.
If You Have Bipolar Input ±50mV
The typical setting for your meter is unipolar. If, however, you
have bipolar input ±50mV, you must install jumper S1B. Remove
the outer panel mounting sleeve to expose the jumper.
To Set Decimal Point Position:
1.
Press MENU until the meter displays:
DeC pt
SETPTS
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
A B
S1
B
A
G
C
F
H
R
M
K
E
D
P
L
J
N
S
T
U
Q
V
S2
RESET
J9
2.
Press /MIN to display:
Press /MAX to move the decimal point
to the desired location.
3.
Press MENU.
The meter displays:
FFFF.FF
SETPTS
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
RESET
/MIN
MENU
J3
RESET
cntby
stored
SETPTS
/MAX
SETPTS
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
RESET
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in materials and workmanship for a period of 61 months from
date of purchase. OMEGA’s WARRANTY adds an additional one (1)
month grace period to the normal five (5) year product warranty
to cover handling and shipping time. This ensures that OMEGA’s
customers receive maximum coverage on each product.
If the unit malfunctions, it must be returned to the factory for evaluation. OMEGA’s Customer Service Department will issue an Authorized
Return (AR) number immediately upon phone or written request.
Upon examination by OMEGA, if the unit is found to be defective, it
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DP41-S
High Performance Strain
Gage Indicator
RETURN REQUESTS/INQUIRIES
4.
Press RESET twice. The meter flashes and
displays an output reading.
The meter is now in RUN mode.
reset2
SETPTS
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
RESET
Configure Reading Offset
Now that you are in the run mode with a transducer connected to
the meter, do the following:
1. Simulate a load on the transducer (leave the pressure port
open).
2.
Note the display reading. Let’s assume the display shows
3.
To make the display show zeroes, press MENU
until the meter displays:
S1 Jumper Location on Signal Input Board
In addition, you must set configuration menu value INP.3=1 (under
IN CNF menu). Refer to the Configuration sections of this Quick
Start manual.
RELAY OUTPUT:
POWER RATING FOR
RESISTIVE LOADS:
4 RELAY:
43.5
rdg of
SETPTS
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
4.
Press /MIN to display the previous reading offset value.
5.
Using /MIN to scroll through the digits and
/MAX to change the value, enter the value
RESET
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4 RELAY ONLY:
4 Form-C relay
Two relays at P6 and P7
Normally open contact, 5 amp; 30Vdc
or 230Vac
Normally closed contact, 5 amp;
30Vdc or 230Vac
Two relays at P18
Normally open contact, 3 amp; 24Vdc
or 30Vac
Normally closed contact, 3 amp;
24Vdc or 30Vac
Direct all warranty and repair requests/inquiries to the OMEGA
Customer Service Department.
BEFORE RETURNING ANY
PRODUCT(S) TO OMEGA, PURCHASER MUST OBTAIN AN
AUTHORIZED RETURN (AR) NUMBER FROM OMEGA’S CUSTOMER
SERVICE DEPARTMENT (IN ORDER TO AVOID PROCESSING
DELAYS). The assigned AR number should then be marked on the
outside of the return package and on any correspondence.
FOR WARRANTY RETURNS,
please have the following
information available BEFORE
contacting OMEGA:
1. Purchase Order number
under which the product
was PURCHASED,
2. Model and serial number of the
product under warranty, and
3. Repair instructions and/or
specific problems relative
to the product.
FOR NON-WARRANTY REPAIRS,
consult OMEGA for current repair
charges. Have the following
information available BEFORE
contacting OMEGA:
1. Purchase Order number to cover
the COST of the repair or
calibration,
2. Model and serial number of the
product, and
3. Repair instructions and/or specific
problems relative to the product.
OMEGA’s policy is to make running changes, not model changes,
whenever an improvement is possible. This affords our customers
the latest in technology and engineering.
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ENGINEERING, INC.
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SETPTS
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
RESET
MQS1291/0818
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START HERE
HERE
START
Using This Quick Start Manual
Connect ac Power
Remove the rear protective cover and set it aside. The cover is
secured with a Phillips-head screw.
Locate connector P1 on the bottom-left-rear of the unit. The connector
has three screw-down terminals (see below).
Insert the correct wire in each terminal and tighten the lockdown
screw. Tug gently on each wire to verify the connection.
To
•
•
•
Safety Consideration
This device is marked with the international Caution
symbol.
The instrument is a device protected in accordance with UL
61010:2010 Electrical Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment
for Measurement, Control and Laboratory. The device has no poweron switch. Installations must include a switch or circuit breaker that is
compliant to IEC 947-1 and 947-3. It must be suitably located to be
easily reached and marked as the disconnecting devise for the
equipment. Use copper conductors only, minimum 20 AWG, UL
Rated, for power connection. Insulation must be rated for at least
85C and 600V.
Meter Button Descriptions
Press This Button To:
Press MENU until the meter displays:
input1
SETPTS
2.
Press /MIN to display a flashing input type.
3.
Press MENU.
stored
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
RESET
bridge
The meter displays:
SETPTS
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
RESET
SETPTS
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
RESET
Enter and scroll through a submenu.
NEUTRAL
EARTH
/MIN
LINE
FUSE
SWITCH
L ~AC LINE
N ~AC NEUTRAL
P1
PROTECTIVE EARTH GND
GREEN WIRE
1
2
3
Check for proper Earth grounding
in the power distribution system (single phase).
/MAX
RESET
CAUTION: Use only provided terminal Torque all connections 0.4 to 0.5 Nm.
The following example shows wiring a bridge input to the meter.
1. Locate connectors P3 and P9 on the right-side rear of the
unit.
2. Attach the wires and tighten the retaining screws. Tug gently
on the wires to verify the connection.
+EXC
+E
+SIG
+S
–SIG
–S
–E
NC
NC
1
persist.
Mount the Unit
4.
Press MENU.
stored
rdg.cnf
The meter displays:
Move backward one menu (press once), or exit the
configurations menus (press twice).
Key Sequences and Menus
MENU key
MENU key Submenu 1
SETPTS
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
RESET
SETPTS
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
RESET
2
3
1
2
L1CNF
L2CNF
L3CNF
L4CNF
INPUT
METER
P3
3
Apply ac power. The front panel of the unit flashes
RESET2. If it does not:
a. Remove ac power.
b. Verify the P1 power and sensor connections.
c. Check your power source.
d. Apply ac power again.
Replace the rear cover. Thread the sensor wires through the
slots on the side of the cover. Replace the rear cover
retaining screw.
Determine Meter Scaling Factor
Calculate the scaling factor so the meter displays the desired
engineering units. Assuming no known load, use the formula:
RDG SC = display span/[(sensor’s mV/V output) (10,000)]
where: display span = desired display at full scale
sensor’s output span = mV/V
Sub Menu 1
Action/Description
To Configure Meter Display Readings:
1.
Press /MIN to display:
rdg.1=0
(/MIN)
RDGC
. NF
P9
Wiring Example (Factory set at 10Vdc Excitation
3.
5.
SETPTS
Wiring a Millivolt Output Sensor
–EXC
Press MENU and bridge stops flashing.
Change the Setpoints.
115 Vac IEC127-2/III, 125mA, 250V (Time-Lag)or UL Slow-Blow,
125mA, 250V
230 Vac IEC127-2/III, 63mA, 250V (Time-Lag)or UL Slow-Blow,
63mA, 250V
instrument housing.
4.
Change the value of a submenu.
EXTERNAL FUSE WIRED
• Always disconnect power before changing 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.
1. Cut a panel opening using the
dimensions shown to the right.
2. Position the unit in the opening,
making sure the front bezel/
gasket is flush with the panel.
3. From the rear of the panel, slide
the sleeve forward over the case
and up to the panel surface.
4. The panel should now be
sandwiched between the bezelbacked gasket in front and the
sleeve in back.
5. Replace the thumbnuts that secure the sleeve tabs to the case.
1.
MENU
SAFETY:
• Do not exceed voltage rating on the label located on the top of the
EMC:
• 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 Bead(s) on signal wire close to the instrument if EMC problems
To Configure Type of Input:
Use the front panel buttons to access the configuration menus, to
either verify or set the unit values. The first table that follows
describes functions of each button on the front of the meter. The
second table summarizes the key sequences you must press and
the menus you will see to get your meter running. For a step-bystep procedure of specific tasks, refer to the configuration sections
following the tables.
Access the configuration program menus and move
from one menu to the next.
Before You Begin
In addition to the unit and related parts, you will need the following
items to set up your unit:
•
ac power as listed on meter’s product/ID label
•
External sensor (e.g.; load cell)
•
1/8” Phillips head screwdriver
•
1/8” flat blade screwdriver
4
Configure the Meter
L
start your unit:
Connect ac power
Wire the sensor
Configure the meter, using the front panel buttons and the
configuration menus
Your unit should have the following parts:
•
Panel mounting gaskets
•
ac Power Connector (orange P1), two Input Connectors
(P3 and P9), and rear protective cover (mounted).
For detailed instructions, refer to the appropriate section in the
Operator’s Manual.
Warning: Do not connect AC power to your device until you
have completed all input and output connections. This device
must only be installed by a specially trained electrician with
corresponding qualifications. Failure to follow all instructions
and warnings may result in injury!
N
Use this Quick Start Manual to get your High Performance Strain
Gage Indicator up and running right out of the box. These
instructions use the factory default settings of 100mV unipolar
input and 10 Vdc sensor excitation. If you have voltage or
current input, refer to the main manual.
The latest complete Communication and Operational Manual
as well as free Software are available at www.omega.com
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INS
. CO
. F
DEC PT
CNT BY
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
RESET
Skip past
Skip past
Skip past
2.
Skip past
3.
bridge
Select meter input
Sub Menu 1 choice (BRIDGE)
RDG1
. =0
RDG2
. =0
RDG3
. =0
RDG4
. =1
RDG5
. =0
RDG6
. =1
RDG7
. =0
Scaling y = mx+b
RDG SC
RDG OF
INCNF
SETPTS
4.
stored
SETPTS
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
RESET
rdg SC
SETPTS
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
RESET
Normal display brightness
Leading zeroes suppressed
Not used, skip past
Activates RDG SC/OF
External hard reset vs peak reset
To Configure Scaling Factor:
1.
Press /MIN to display and to select the digit
(or decimal point) you want to change.
0.00000
SETPTS
/MAX
/MIN
60 Hz ac power
2.
Press /MAX to increase the value of the selected digit.
Slow reading (S1A jumper omitted)
3.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 until each digit is the desired value
(your calculated scaling factor).
4.
Press MENU
Unipolor input (S1B jumper omitted)
Std, for BRIDGE inputs
Not used, skip past
Disables IN.SC.OF (Input Scale & Offset)
Ratiometric input
Skip past
FFFFF
. F
Press MENU.
The meter displays:
Active decimal point
See previous formula in "Determine
Meter Scaling Factor" section.
000000
INP1
. =0
INP2
. =0
INP3
. =0
INP4
. =0
INP5
. =0
INP6
. =0
INP7
. =1
Press /MAX, if necessary to change the configuration value
to 0 or 1.
. through RDG7
.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 for RDG2
Select decimal point
Press RESET twice
Now you are in RUN mode. If the meter does not read zero, refer
to “Configure Reading Offset” section.
The meter displays:
stored
SETPTS
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
RESET
MENU
RESET
rdg of
SETPTS
/MAX
/MIN
MENU
RESET
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