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Omega DPG1000DAR Owner Manual
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Digital Pressure Gauges with Alarms and 4-20 mA Output
DPG1000DAR Series
M3363/0818
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Ranges and Resolution
See table below. Resolution is fixed as indicated in table.
Dual Alarms, 4-20 mA Output
Range
DPG1000DAR-30V100
–30.0 inHg to 100.0 psig
DPG1000DAR-30INHGVAC
0.00-30.00 InHg Vac
DPG1000DAR-05G
0.00-5.000 psig
DPG1000DAR-15A
0.00-15.00 psia
DPG1000DAR-15G
0.00-15.00 psig
DPG1000DAR-30A
0.0-30.00 psia
DPG1000DAR-30G
0.0-30.00 psig
DPG1000DAR-60G
0.0-60.00 psig
DPG1000DAR-100A
0.0-100.0 psia
DPG1000DAR-100G
0.0-100.0 psig
DPG1000DAR-300G
0-300.0 psig
DPG1000DAR-500G
0-500.0 psig
DPG1000DAR-1KG
0-1000 psig
DPG1000DAR-2KG
0-2000 psig
DPG1000DAR-3KG
0-3000 psig
DPG1000DAR-5KG
0-5000 psig
Alarm Setting
(All are field configurable)
Alarm Type
-1N (default if not specified)
HI/LO Normal action
-2N
HI/HI Normal action
-3N
LO/LO Normal action
-1R
HI/LO Reverse action
-2R
HI/HI Reverse action
-3R
LO/LO Reverse action
Alphanumeric
display
Numeric
display
Alarm1
ALARM 1
Select
Test
SEL
XXXXX
88888
TEST
2
Accuracy
Accuracy includes linearity, hysteresis, repeatability
±0.25% of full scale ±1 least significant digit
Sensor hysteresis:
±0.015% FS, included in accuracy
Sensor repeatability:
±0.01% FS, included in accuracy
Display
4 readings per second nominal display update rate
4 digit LCD, 0.5” H and 5 character 0.25” H alphanumeric
Alarm 1 and Alarm 2 LCD indicators and bi-color (red/green)
LEDs
Controls & Functions
SEL Select and display alarm trip points
TEST Alarm acknowledge, or toggle alarms when in test mode
s Increase alarm setpoint when in setpoint adjust mode
t Decrease alarm setpoint when in setpoint adjust mode
Multi-level pass code protection for set-up and calibration
Alarm Relay Outputs
Programmable dual form C (SPDT) relay contacts for HI/LO,
HI/HI, LO/LO, normal or reverse acting with 1% deadband, or
adjustable trip and reset points for each relay, manual or auto
acknowledge.
1A/24VDC, 0.5A/115VAC, non-inductive
120 milliseconds typical response time
4-20 mA Retransmission Output
Updated approximately 16 times per second
Current output, 4-20 mA DC
Output drive (compliance) determined by power source
6,553 counts over sensor range
Calibration
Non-interactive, ±10% of range
All pressure and absolute models: zero, midpoint, span
All vacuum models: –span, –midpoint, zero
Vacuum/pressure models: –span, zero, +midpoint, +span
±15 psi models: –span, –midpoint, zero, +midpoint, +span
2.88"
Alarm 2
ALARM 2
s
t
Alarm 1
status
LED
¼" NPT
3.38" Standard
3.5" NEMA 4X
3 ft long, 22 AWG cables
with stripped and tinned
wire ends
4 conductor and
6 conductor
Allow 1" wire clearance
Up
Down
Alarm 2
status
LED
0.75"
1.65"
Turn at hex
fitting only
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including
lead, nickel and chromium, which are known to the State of
California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive
harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Power
8 to 24 VAC 50/60 Hz or 9 to 32 VDC
Gauge is on when power is on
Designed for continuous operation
1.0 watt maximum power consumption
Weight
9.5 ounces (approx.), shipping wt. 1 pound (approx.)
Housing
Extruded aluminum case, epoxy powder coated, ABS/ polycarbonate bezel, front and rear gaskets, polycarbonate label
Connection, Material, Media Compatibility
1/4” NPT male fitting
All wetted parts are 316L stainless steel
Overpressure, Burst, Vacuum
Ranges using 3000 psig sensor: 5000 psig overpressure
Ranges using 5000 psig sensor: 7500 psig overpressure
All others:
2 X pressure range
3000 psi, 5000 psi, and 4 digit ranges 112.5% full scale outof-range display: 1– – – or I –.–.–.–
Under-range display (non-vacuum sensors): –Err
4 X sensor burst pressure rating, or 10,000 psi, whichever is
less
Vacuum service: 15 psia, ±15 psig, 15 psig, 30 psia,
100 psig, 100 psia, 200 psig sensors
Environmental
Storage temperature:
–40 to 203°F (–40 to 95°C)
Operating temperature:
–4 to 185°F (–20 to 85°C)
Compensated temperature:
32 to 158°F (0 to 70°C)
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DPG1000DAR Series Digital Pressure Gauges with Alarms and 4-20 mA Output
Installation Precautions
Power Up
Operation with Adjustable Hysteresis Alarms
4 Read these instructions before using the gauge. Configuration may
be easier before installation. Contact the factory for assistance.
4 These products do not contain user-serviceable parts. Contact us
for repairs, service, or refurbishment.
4 Gauges must be operated within specified ambient temperature ranges.
4 Outdoor or wash down applications require a NEMA 4X gauge or
installation in a NEMA 4X housing.
4 Use a pressure or vacuum range appropriate for the application.
4 Use fittings appropriate for the pressure range of the gauge.
4 Due to the hardness of 316 stainless steel, it is recommended that
a thread sealant be used to ensure leak-free operation.
4 For contaminated media use an appropriate screen or filter to
keep debris out of gauge port.
4 Remove system pressures before removing or installing gauge.
4 Install or remove gauge using a wrench on the hex fitting only. Do
not attempt to turn gauge by forcing the housing.
4 Do not exceed relay current and voltage ratings. Use an appropriate contactor for larger loads. Inductive inrush currents may be up
to 5x normal current and may require an RC snubber.
4 Good design practice dictates that positive displacement liquid
pumps include protection devices to prevent sensor damage from
pressure spikes, acceleration head, and vacuum extremes.
 Avoid permanent sensor damage! Do not apply vacuum to nonvacuum gauges or hydraulic vacuum to any gauges.
 Avoid permanent sensor damage! NEVER insert objects into
gauge port or blow out with compressed air.
 Gauges are not for oxygen service. Accidental rupture of sensor diaphragm may cause silicone oil inside sensor to react with oxygen.
 NEVER connect the gauge wires directly to 115 VAC or permanent damage will result.
The gauge is powered on whenever a supply voltage is applied.
Warm-up time is negligible. The gauge may be left on at all times.
All configuration information is stored in non-volatile memory.
When power is first applied, the gauge proceeds through a startup
sequence. During the startup sequence, relays are de-energized,
the status LEDs are off, and the retransmission output is low (0 mA).
1. The firmware version number is displayed briefly
2. All active display segments are turned on for approx. 1 second.
3. The full scale pressure is indicated for approx. 1 second while the
engineering units and FS (full scale) are indicated for 1/2 second
on the character display.
4. The display is tested again for approximately 1 second.
The gauge then proceeds to the normal operating mode.
For DAR models the retransmission output corresponds to the
applied pressure.
In the adjustable hysteresis mode, two independent set and reset
trip points used for each relay and operate as shown below.
Types of Gauges
Normal acting, High alarm SP_H
Pressure
< Set point – 1%FS
> Set point
Relay coil
On
Off
Alarm 1 continuity
C-NO (Red-White)
C-NC (Red-Black)
Alarm 2 continuity
C-NO (Brown-Blue) C-NC (Brown-Green)
LED
Green
Red
Normal acting, Low alarm SP_L
Pressure
< Set point
> Set point + 1%FS
Relay coil
Off
On
Alarm 1 continuity
C-NC (Red-Black)
C-NO (Red-White)
Alarm 2 continuity C-NC (Brown-Green) C-NO (Brown-Blue)
LED
Red
Green
Reverse acting, High alarm SP_H
Pressure
< Set point – 1%FS
> Set point
Relay coil
Off
On
Alarm 1 continuity
C-NC (Red-Black)
C-NO (Red-White)
Alarm 2 continuity C-NC (Brown-Green) C-NO (Brown-Blue)
LED
Green
Red
Reverse acting, Low alarm SP_L
Pressure
< Set point
> Set point + 1%FS
Relay coil
On
Off
Alarm 1 continuity
C-NO (Red-White)
C-NC (Red-Black)
Alarm 2 continuity
C-NO (Brown-Blue) C-NC (Brown-Green)
LED
Red
Green
Gauge reference models read zero with the gauge port open.
Compound ranges read vacuum in inches of Mercury, pressure in
psig, and zero with the gauge port open.
1000 psi and higher sensors are a sealed reference type. They read
zero with the gauge port open are internally referenced to 14.7 psi.
They are functionally similar to gauge reference sensors.
Absolute reference gauges read zero at full vacuum and atmospheric pressure with the gauge port open. Note that readings of
atmospheric pressure vary continuously.
Electrical Connections
The DAR 4-conductor cable with the RED and BLACK leads is for
the gauge power supply.
DAR Output
Green is common with Black
NC 1
C 1
NO 1
NC 2
C 2
NO 2
Alarm Contact
Ratings
0.5A/115VAC,
1A/24VDC,
non-inductive
Power wires
8-24 VAC 50/60 Hz or
9-32 VDC
Analog output wires
+ Output
GREEN
– Output
BLACK
RED
6-conductor relay wires
BLACK NC Normally Closed
SPDT
RED
C Common
1
NO Normally Open
GREEN NC Normally Closed
SPDT
BROWN C Common
2
BLUE NO Normally Open
Connect to 8-24 VAC, 50/60Hz or 9-32 VDC. The gauge will operate
on either AC or DC power and there is no need to observe polarity.
An unregulated power supply can be used. Note that standard 24
VAC transformers with small loads may operate at voltages over the
24 VAC limit. The supply voltage, when within the stated ranges,
has negligible effect on the gauge calibration. Operation below 9
VDC or 8 VAC may cause erratic or erroneous readings or output.
When operating multiple gauges from the same power supply, refer
to the mA rating in the specifications to ensure adequate power.
Route the wires away from heat sources and moving equipment.
Contact Rating and Protection
The alarm contacts are rated at 1A/24VDC or 0.5A/115VAC. Using
mechanical relay contacts above their rating, or with large inductive
loads, will shorten their life. For inductive loads, RC snubbers or arc
suppression devices are required to protect the contacts. For large
loads a higher capacity contactor is required.
No internal fusing is included in the alarm contact circuits. The
alarm outputs should be externally fused by the user in applications
where good design practice dictates.
Alarm Types
The factory default configuration is 1% fixed deadband mode, zero
tare enabled, and no pass code required for test function.
Alarms may be configured to operate in fixed deadband mode or
adjustable hysteresis mode.
In the fixed deadband mode, the alarm set/reset point deadband is
factory set to 1% of full-scale. Each alarm may be configured as
either HI or LO with a user adjustable alarm set point for each relay.
In the adjustable hysteresis mode, two independent set and reset
trip points are user adjustable for each relay. The set or reset state
at power up when between trip points is user configurable.
Operation with Fixed Deadband Alarms
Each relay may be independently configured as a high or low alarm
in User Set-up and operate as shown in the table below.
The relevant LCD alarm icon will indicate an alarm condition.
The relevant bi-color LED will be illuminated green for a normal
condition or red for an alarm condition.
The LED will blink at a slow rate until the alarm is acknowledged
unless the annunciator mode was disabled in set-up.
Alarms may be configured to be automatically acknowledged when
the alarm condition clears or configured to be manually acknowledged by pressing the TEST button.
The applied pressure, the value of Trip Point 1, and the value of Trip
Point 2 may be selected for display as follows:
When the applied pressure is being displayed, press and release
the SEL button. The Trip Point 1 value will be displayed with TRIP1
on the lower display.
When the Trip Point 1 value is being displayed, press and release
the SEL button. The upper display will indicate the Trip Point 2 value
with TRIP2 on the lower display.
When the Trip Point 2 value is being displayed, press and release
the SEL button. The upper display will indicate the applied pressure
with engineering units on the lower display.
Normal (Fail-safe) acting, RESET value less than SET
Pressure
< Low RESET point
> High SET point
Relay coil
On
Off
Alarm 1 continuity
C-NO (Red-White)
C-NC (Red-Black)
Alarm 2 continuity
C-NO (Brown-Blue) C-NC (Brown-Green)
LED
Green
Red
Normal (Fail-safe) acting, SET value less than RESET
Pressure
< Low SET point
> High RESET point
Relay coil
Off
On
Alarm 1 continuity
C-NC (Red-Black)
C-NO (Red-White)
Alarm 2 continuity C-NC (Brown-Green) C-NO (Brown-Blue)
LED
Red
Green
Reverse acting, RESET value less than SET
Pressure
< Low RESET point
> High SET point
Relay coil
Off
On
Alarm 1 continuity
C-NC (Red-Black)
C-NO (Red-White)
Alarm 2 continuity C-NC (Brown-Green) C-NO (Brown-Blue)
LED
Green
Red
Reverse acting, SET value less than RESET
Pressure
< Low SET point
> High RESET point
Relay coil
On
Off
Alarm 1 continuity
C-NO (Red-White)
C-NC (Red-Black)
Alarm 2 continuity
C-NO (Brown-Blue) C-NC (Brown-Green)
LED
Red
Green
Power-up relay state when between SET and RESET
Config. set to SP_L
RESET
Config. set to SP_H
SET
The LEDs indicate green for a RESET state and red for a SET state.
Refer to the table for output states as a function of applied pressure.
If the gauge is configured for alarms, ALARM1 and ALARM2 will be
indicated when alarm conditions exist, and the associated LEDs will
blink to indicate unacknowledged alarm conditions.
Alarms may be configured to be automatically acknowledged when
the alarm condition clears or configured to be manually acknowledged by pressing the TEST button.
The applied pressure, the SET trip points, and the RESET trip points
may be selected for display as follows.
While the applied pressure is being displayed, press and release the
SEL button. The upper display will indicate the value of set point 1
with ‘SET_1’ on the lower display.
While set point 1 is being displayed, press and release the SEL button. The upper display will indicate the value of reset point 1 with
‘RST_1’ on the lower display.
While reset point 1 is being displayed, press and release the SEL
button. The upper display will indicate the value of set point 2 with
‘SET_2’ on the lower display.
While set point 2 is being displayed, press and release the SEL button. The upper display will indicate the value of reset point 2 with
‘RST_2’ on the lower display.
While the reset point 2 is being displayed, press and release the
SEL button. The upper display will indicate the applied pressure
and engineering units.
DAR Output Types
DAR models have a 4-20 mA retransmission output that corresponds to the applied pressure, except when in zero/tare mode,
test mode, or during setup. Characteristics of the output types are
listed below.
Sensor
Full vacuum
Gauge ref. pressure
Gauge ref. vacuum
Absolute reference
n/a
20 mA
4 mA
“0” on
display
4 mA
4 mA
4 mA
Full
pressure
20 mA
n/a
20 mA
See specifications for output resolution. Note that analog output
resolution is always over the entire sensor range and is updated
approximately 16 times per second.
The 4-20 mA output provides power to the current loop and output
drive is determined by power source.
DPG1000DAR Series Digital Pressure Gauges Alarms and 4-20 mA Output
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Pass Code Entry
Adjust Setpoint, Fixed Deadband Mode
User Configuration—cont.
A pass code is required to calibrate and configure the gauge.
Additional levels of security may be enabled by defining separate
pass codes for calibration, user configuration, and output test and
set point adjust modes. See Changing the User-Defined Pass Code
at the end of this manual to change pass codes.
Functions in user configuration mode
Restore original factory configuration
Enable/disable zero tare function
Fixed 1% deadband or adjustable hysteresis mode of operation
Operation for blinking alarm LEDs
Set point modes (high alarm/low alarm or state at power-up)
Relay action mode (normal/reverse)
DAR model retransmission output upper and lower limits
Enable/disable a pass code for output test and set point adjust
When the gauge enters a mode requiring a pass code, the display
indicates _ _ _ _ with the first underscore blinking, and either
TSTPC, CFGPC, CALPC on the lower display. All three pass codes
are initially set to the factory default of 3510.
Note: During pass code entry the LEDs will be off and the gauge will
not respond to changes in applied pressure. The relays will maintain
their prior state. The gauge will automatically revert to the normal
operation if no buttons are operated for approximately 15 seconds.
Use the s and t buttons to set the left-most digit to 3.
Press and release the SEL button to index to the next position. The
3 will remain, and the second position will be blinking.
Use the s and t buttons to select 5.
Press and release the SEL button to index to the next position. 3 5
will remain, and the third position will be blinking.
Use the s and t buttons to select 1.
Press and release the SEL button to index to the next position. 3 5
1 will remain, and the fourth position will be blinking.
Use the s and t buttons to select 0.
Press and release the SEL button to proceed.
If an incorrect pass code was entered, the gauge will to exit to the
normal operating mode. Upon successful pass code entry, follow
the steps in the appropriate section of this manual.
Note: To exit a mode at any time, press and hold the SEL button
until the display indicates – – – – .
“Set Point” is defined as the pressure value that will result in a
change of state only from a normal to an alarm condition.
“Trip Point” is defined as the pressure value that will result in a
change of state of alarm condition, and includes the effect of deadband when returning from an alarm to a normal condition.
Set Point 1
From the normal operating mode press the SEL button to display
Trip Point 1.
Press and hold the TEST button and press the SEL button. Release
both buttons when the display indicates – – – – .
If pass code protection is enabled, before the unit enters the Set
Point 1 Adjust Mode, the display initially indicates _ _ _ _ with
the left-most underscore blinking, and with TSTPC on the display.
Enter the pass code as described in the Pass Code Entry section.
While in the Set Point 1 Adjust mode with no buttons pressed, the
display will indicate Trip Point 1 with TRIP1 blinking at a slow rate
on the lower display, and the alarm indicators and the retransmission output will correspond to the applied pressure.
To adjust the Set Point 1 value, press and hold the TEST button.
The display will indicate Set Point 1 with SP1 on the lower display.
Operate the s and t buttons to adjust Set Point 1 to the desired
value. Release the TEST button to store the Set Point 1 value.
Note: The gauge will not respond to changes in applied pressure
while the TEST button is pressed. The alarm relays, LEDs, LCD
alarm icons, and the DAR output will maintain their prior states until
the TEST button is released.
To exit the Set Point 1 Adjust mode and return to the normal operating mode, press and release the SEL button.
Set Point 2
From the normal operating mode press the SEL button twice to
display Trip Point 2.
Press and hold the TEST button and press the SEL button. Release
both buttons when the display indicates – – – – .
If pass code protection is enabled, before the unit enters the Set
Point 2 Adjust Mode, the display initially indicates _ _ _ _ with
the left-most underscore blinking, and with TSTPC on the display.
Enter the pass code as described in the Pass Code Entry section.
While in the Set Point 2 Adjust mode with no buttons pressed, the
display will indicate Trip Point 2 with TRIP2 blinking at a slow rate
on the lower display, and the alarm indicators and the retransmission output will correspond to the applied pressure.
To adjust the Set Point 2 value, press and hold the TEST button.
The display will indicate Set Point 2 with SP2 on the lower display.
Operate the s and t buttons to adjust Set Point 2 to the desired
value. Release the TEST button to store the Set Point 2 value.
Note: The gauge will not respond to changes in applied pressure
while the TEST button is pressed. The alarm relays, LEDs, LCD
alarm icons, and the DAR output will maintain their prior states until
the TEST button is released.
To exit the Set Point 2 Adjust mode and return to normal operation,
press and release the SEL button.
indicates _ _ _ _ with the first underscore blinking, and with
CFGPC on the lower display.
Enter the pass code as described in the Pass Code Entry section.
Restore Factory Configuration
The upper display will be blank, and the lower display will display
either USER_ or FCTRY.
If USER_ is selected, the existing user configuration will be retained
and will be accessible for modification in the following steps. To
select USER_, press and release the t button. The lower display
will indicate USER_.
If FCTRY is selected, the existing user configuration will be replaced
by the configuration as it left the factory and will be accessible for
modification in the following steps. To select FCTRY, press and
release the s button. The lower display will indicate FCTRY.
Press and release the SEL button to move on to the next parameter.
Zero Tare Configuration
The upper display will be blank, and the lower display will indicate
either ZTARE or NOZTR.
If ZTARE is selected, the user will be able to manually zero the
gauge from the normal operating mode.
To select ZTARE, press and release the s button. The lower display
will indicate ZTARE.
If NOZTR is selected the user will be prevented from zeroing the
gauge from the normal operating mode. This is default setting for
absolute reference ranges.
To select NOZTR, press and release the t button. The lower display
will indicate NOZTR.
Press and release the SEL button to move on to the next parameter.
Setpoint Type Configuration
The lower display will either indicate DBAND or ADJ_H.
If DBAND is selected, each output relay will operate with a 1% of
full-scale deadband between set and reset.
To select DBAND, press and release the s button. The lower
display will indicate DBAND.
If ADJ_H is selected, each output relay will have an adjustable SET
point and an adjustable RESET point.
To select ADJ_H, press and release the t button. The lower display
will indicate ADJ_H.
Press and release the SEL button to move on to the next parameter.
Alarm Annunciator Function Selection
The lower display will indicate either A_ACK, M_ACK or NO_AN.
If A_ACK is selected, an alarm condition will be automatically
acknowledged when the alarm condition clears. When an alarm
condition occurs, the LED for that alarm will begin to blink red and will
continue to blink red until it has been manually acknowledged or until
the alarm condition clears. If an alarm is manually acknowledged, the
LED will be steadily red while the alarm condition continues to exist.
The LED will be steadily green whenever no alarm condition exists.
If M_ACK is selected, an alarm condition must be manually
acknowledged. When an alarm condition occurs, the LED for that
alarm will blink red if the alarm condition exists or green if the alarm
condition no longer exists. The LED will continue to blink until it has
been manually acknowledged by a pressing the TEST button. Once
an alarm has been acknowledged, the LED will be steadily red while
the alarm condition exists or green when the alarm no longer exists.
If NO_AN is selected, the LEDs will not blink. When an alarm condition occurs, the LED associated with that alarm will be illuminated
steadily red if the alarm condition exists or green if the alarm condition no longer exists. In addition, the LCD display for ALARM1 and
ALARM2 will not be displayed during alarm conditions.
Use the s or t buttons to cycle through the three choices. When
the lower display indicates the desired annunciator action, press
and release the SEL button to move on to the next parameter.
Alarm Action Selection (Fixed Deadband Configuration)
The lower display will display either SP1_L or SP1_H.
If SP1_L is selected Alarm 1 will be a low alarm. Alarm 1 will be SET
when the pressure falls below Setpoint 1. Alarm 1 will be RESET
when the pressure rises above Setpoint 1 plus the preset deadband.
To select SP1_L, press and release the t button. The lower display
will indicate SP1_L.
If SP1_H is selected Alarm 1 will be a high alarm. Alarm 1 will be
SET when the pressure rises above Setpoint 1. Alarm 1 will be
RESET when the pressure falls below Setpoint 1 minus the preset
deadband. To select SP1_H, press and release the s button. The
lower display will indicate SP1_H.
Press and release the SEL button to move to Alarm 2.
The upper display will be blank, and the lower display will display
either SP2_L or SP2_H.
If SP2_L is selected Alarm 2 will be a low alarm. Alarm 2 will be SET
Zero Tare Mode
If the gauge is not indicating zero with zero pressure applied but is
within approximately 3% of full scale pressure of zero, you may tare
the gauge to zero. This feature may be enabled or disabled. Absolute
ranges are configured with this feature turned off.
From the normal operating mode with the gauge port open to
atmosphere, press and hold both the s and t buttons and press
the SEL button. The relay outputs and the retransmission output will
hold the last value, and the visual indicators will be deactivated.
Release all buttons when the display indicates o o o o.
The display will indicate a newly calculated zero tare value with
Z OFF on the lower display. Note: If not within approximately 3%
of zero, Err0 will be displayed. Press the SEL button to cancel the
operation and return to normal operating mode without affecting
any existing zero tare value.
To cancel and remove any existing zero tare value, press and
release the t button. The display will indicate zero. To restore the
newly calculated zero tare value, press and release the s button.
To exit the Zero/Tare mode, press and release the SEL button. The
gauge will return to normal operation.
Output Test Mode
From the normal operating mode, press and hold the TEST button
and press the SEL button. Release both buttons when the display
indicates – – – – or _ _ _ _.
If pass code protection is enabled, the display indicates _ _ _ _
with the left-most underscore blinking, and TSTPC.
Enter the pass code as described in the Pass Code Entry section.
While in the Test mode with no buttons pressed, the display will indicate the pressure with the engineering units blinking at a slow rate.
When the TEST button is pressed, the LED indicators and the relays
will toggle to their opposite states. The display will indicate the
preset test value with TEST on the lower display, and the retransmission output on DAR models will correspond to the test value.
Pressing the s or the t button while holding the TEST button will
raise or lower the test value. Note that the gauge will not respond to
changes in applied pressure while the TEST button is held.
When the TEST button is released, the display, the LED indicators,
and the relay outputs will correspond to the applied pressure.
Press and release the SEL button to exit the Output Test mode and return
to normal operation.
Adjust Trip Point, Adjustable Hysteresis Mode
From the normal operating mode press the SEL button to display the
desired trip point (SET_1, RST_1, SET_2, or RST_2).
Press and hold the TEST button and press the SEL button. Release
both buttons when the display indicates – – – – .
If pass code protection is enabled, before the unit enters the Set
Point Adjust Mode, the display initially indicates _ _ _ _ with the
left-most underscore blinking, and with TSTPC on the lower display.
Enter the pass code as described in the Pass Code Entry section.
While in the Trip Point Adjust mode with no buttons pressed, the
display will indicate the trip point value with its designator (SET_1,
RST_1, SET_2, or RST_2) blinking at a slow rate.
To adjust the displayed trip point value, press and hold the TEST
button. The display will continue to indicate the trip point value.
Operate the s and t buttons to adjust the trip point to the desired
value. The trip point value is stored when the TEST button is
released. Note: The relays and indicators will not correspond to the
applied pressure value until the TEST button is released.
To exit the Trip Point Adjust mode and return to the normal operating mode, press and release the SEL button.
User Configuration
From the normal operating mode, press and hold the TEST and
the s buttons.
Then press the SEL button.
Release all buttons when the display indicates CFG.
Before the gauge enters the Configuration mode, the display initially
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DPG1000DAR Series Digital Pressure Gauges Alarms and 4-20 mA Output
User Configuration—cont.
User Configuration—cont.
Calibration—cont.
when the pressure falls below Setpoint 2. Alarm 2 will be RESET
when the pressure rises above Setpoint 2 plus the preset deadband.
To select SP2_L, press and release the t button. The lower display
will indicate SP2_L.
If SP2_H is selected Alarm 2 will be a high alarm. Alarm 2 will be
SET when the pressure rises above Setpoint 2. Alarm 2 will be
RESET when the pressure falls below Setpoint 2 minus the preset
deadband. To select SP2_H, press and release the s button. The
lower display will indicate SP2_H.
Press and release the SEL button to move to the next parameter.
Relay Action Selection (Fixed Deadband Configuration)
The lower display will display either _NOR_ or _REV_.
If _NOR_ is selected, the output relay coils will be energized in the
RESET state and de-energized in the SET state (normal action). To
select _NOR_, press and release the t button. The lower display
will indicate _NOR_.
If _REV_ is selected, the output relay coils will be de-energized in
the RESET state and energized in the SET state (reverse action). To
select _REV_, press and release the s button. The lower display
will indicate _REV_.
Press and release the SEL button to move on to the next parameter.
Relay Power Up State (Adjustable Hysteresis configuration)
The lower display will display either SP1_L or SP1_H.
If SP1_L is selected and the gauge is powered up while the applied
pressure is between the Output 1 SET and RESET trip points, Output
1 will begin in the RESET state. To select SP1_L, press and release
the t button. The lower display will indicate SP1_L.
If SP1_H is selected and the gauge is powered up while the applied
pressure is between the Output 1 SET and RESET trip points, Output
1 will begin in the SET state. To select SP1_H, press and release the
s button. The lower display will indicate SP1_H.
Press and release the SEL button to move to Relay 2.
The upper display will be blank, and the lower display will display
either SP2_L or SP2_H.
If SP2_L is selected and the gauge is powered up while the applied
pressure is between the Output 2 SET and RESET trip points, Output
2 will begin in the RESET state. To select SP2_L, press and release
the t button. The lower display will indicate SP2_L.
If SP2_H is selected and the gauge is powered up while the applied
pressure is between the Output 2 SET and RESET trip points, Output
2 will begin in the SET state. To select SP2_H, press and release the
s button. The lower display will indicate SP2_H.
Press and release the SEL button to move on to the next parameter.
Relay Action Selection (Adjustable Hysteresis Configuration)
The upper display will be blank, and the lower display will display
either _NOR1 or _REV1.
If _NOR1 is selected, the Output 1 relay coil will be energized in the
RESET state and de-energized in the SET state (normal action). To
select _NOR1, press and release the t button. The lower display
will indicate _NOR1.
If _REV1 is selected, the Output 1 relay coil will be de-energized in
the RESET state and energized in the SET state (reverse action). To
select _REV1, press and release the s button. The lower display
will indicate _REV1.
Press and release the SEL button to move on to Relay 2.
The upper display will be blank, and the lower display will display
either _NOR2 or _REV2.
If _NOR2 is selected, the Output 2 relay coil will be energized in the
RESET state and de-energized in the SET state (normal action). To
select _NOR2, press and release the t button. The lower display
will indicate _NOR2.
If _REV2 is selected, the Output 2 relay coil will be de-energized in
the RESET state and energized in the SET state (reverse action). To
select _REV2, press and release the s button. The lower display
will indicate _REV2.
Press and release the SEL button to move on to the next parameter.
Analog Output Range Lower Limit Adjust (DAR only)
The upper display will indicate the pressure value corresponding
to the 4 mA retransmission output. The lower display will display
RNGLO.
Use the s and t buttons to adjust the display to the desired value.
Press and release the SEL button to move on to the next parameter.
Analog Output Range Upper Limit Adjust (DAR only)
The upper display will indicate the pressure value corresponding
to the 20 mA retransmission output. The lower display will display
RNGHI.
Use the s and t buttons to adjust the display to the desired value.
Press and release the SEL button to move to the next parameter.
Output Test and Set Point Adjust Modes Pass Code Protection
The upper display section will be blank, and the lower section will
display either TSTPC or NOTPC.
To enable Output Test and Set Point Adjust Modes pass code
protection, press and release the s button. The lower display will
indicate TSTPC.
To disable Output Test and Set Point Adjust Modes pass code
protection, press and release the t button. The lower display will
indicate NOTPC.
Press and release the SEL button to save the configuration parameters and restart the unit. Note: The configuration parameters will
not be saved if the procedure is interrupted before completion.
Note: If the SEL button is held depressed for longer than 2 seconds,
the display will change to indicate – – – – , and the gauge will exit
the calibration mode when all buttons are released.
Zero calibration: Apply zero pressure. The lower display will alternate between CAL and ZERO. Use the s and t buttons to adjust
the upper display to indicate zero.
Span calibration: Apply full-scale pressure. The lower display will
alternate between CAL and +SPAN. Use the s and t buttons to
adjust the upper display to indicate the applied pressure value.
Midpoint Non-Linearity calibration: Apply 50% full-scale positive
pressure. The lower display will alternate between CAL and +MID.
Use the s and t buttons to adjust the upper display to indicate
the applied pressure value.
Negative Span calibration (bipolar and compound ranges only):
Apply full-scale negative pressure. The lower display will alternate
between CAL and SPAN. Use the s and t buttons to adjust the
upper display to indicate the applied pressure value.
Negative Midpoint Non-Linearity calibration (bipolar ranges only):
Apply 50% full-scale negative pressure. The lower display will alternate between CAL and MID. Use the s and t buttons to adjust the
upper display to indicate the applied pressure value.
To store the calibration parameters and exit calibration mode, press
and hold the SEL button until the display indicates – – – – .
Calibration Preparation
The gauge is calibrated at the factory using equipment traceable to
NIST. There is no need to calibrate the gauge before putting it in
service. Calibration should only be performed by qualified individuals using appropriate calibration standards and procedures.
The calibration equipment should be at least four times more
accurate than the gauge being calibrated. The calibration system
must be able to generate and measure pressure/vacuum over the
full range of the gauge. A vacuum pump able to produce a vacuum
of 100 microns (0.1 torr or 100 millitorr) or lower is required for
vacuum and absolute gauges.
For DAR models use an accurate volt or mA meter for calibration of
the retransmission output.
Allow the gauge to equalize to normal room temperature (about 20
minutes minimum) before calibration.
Calibration
To enter the calibration mode from the normal operating mode with
applied pressure being displayed, press and hold the TEST and the
t buttons. Then press the SEL button. Release all buttons when
the display indicates CAL.
When the gauge enters the calibration mode, the display initially
indicates _ _ _ _ with the first underscore blinking, and with
CALPC on the lower display.
Enter the pass code as described in the Pass Code Entry section.
Upon successful calibration pass code entry, the upper display will
indicate the applied pressure in the configured engineering units.
The lower display of the display will alternate between CAL and
the calibration region corresponding to the applied pressure (ZERO,
+MID, +SPAN, MID, or SPAN).
Note: To store the calibration parameters and exit calibration
mode at any time, press and hold the SEL button until the display
indicates – – – – .
Calibration of the Retransmission Output (DAR only)
Calibration of the retransmission output coordinates the retransmission output to the display indication, and is performed independently of applied pressure. It requires a direct physical measurement of
the retransmission output.
Retransmission Output Low Value (DAR only)
Press and release the SEL button to step to the retransmission output
low value calibration sequence, indicated by LCAL on the display.
Note: If the SEL button is held depressed for longer than 2 seconds,
the display will change to indicate – – – –, and the gauge will exit
the calibration mode when all buttons are released.
The upper display will indicate the pre-configured pressure corresponding to the retransmission output low value. The lower display
will alternate between CAL and 4 mA.
Use the s and t buttons to adjust the actual retransmission output
to its low value.
Retransmission Output High Value (DAR only)
Press and release the SEL button to step to the retransmission output
high value calibration sequence, indicated by HCAL on the display.
Note: If the SEL button is held depressed for longer than 2 seconds,
the display will change to indicate – – – –, and the gauge will exit
the calibration mode when all buttons are released.
The upper display will indicate the pre-configured pressure corresponding to the retransmission output high value. The lower display
will alternate between CAL and 20 mA.
Use the s and t buttons to adjust the actual loop current to its
high value.
Pressure Calibration
The pressure calibration procedure adjusts the display indication,
and for DAR models also the retransmission output, to correspond
to the actual applied pressure.
If the applied pressure is not being displayed, press and release the
SEL button to step to the pressure calibration sequence, indicated
by CAL on the display.
Changing the User-Defined Pass Codes
Configuration Pass Code
From the normal operating mode, press and hold the TEST and the
s buttons. Then press the SEL button. Release all buttons when
the display indicates CFG.
Calibration Pass Code
From the normal operating mode, press and hold the TEST and the
t buttons. Then press the SEL button. Release all buttons when
the display indicates CAL.
Test and Set Point Adjust Pass Code (optional)
From the normal operating mode, press and hold the TEST button.
Then press the SEL button. Release all buttons when the display
indicates – – – – .
Before the unit enters the view or change pass code mode, the
display initially indicates _ _ _ _ with the first underscore blinking,
and with CFGPC, CALPC, or TSTPC on the lower display.
Note: during pass code entry, the LEDs will be off and the gauge will
not respond to changes in applied pressure. The output relays will
maintain their prior states and the retransmission output will maintain its prior value. The gauge will automatically revert to normal
operation if no buttons are operated for approximately 15 seconds.
Enter Factory Pass Code 1220
Use the s and t buttons to set the left-most digit to 1.
Press and release the SEL button to index to the next position. The
1 will remain, and the second position will be blinking.
Use the s and t buttons to select 2.
Press and release the SEL button to index to the next position. 1 2
will remain, and the third position will be blinking.
Use the s and t buttons to select 2.
Press and release the SEL button to index to the next position. 1 2
2 will remain, and the fourth position will be blinking.
Use the s and t buttons to select 0.
Press and release the SEL button to proceed. Note: If an incorrect
pass code was entered, the gauge will exit to the normal operating mode.
Once the correct password has been entered, the display will
indicate the existing pass code with CFGPC, CALPC, or TSTPC on
the character segments.
Note: while in the pass code change mode, the LEDs will extinguish
and the unit will not respond to changes in applied pressure and the
output relays will be de-energized.
Operate the s or t button to select the first character of the
calibration password.
When the correct first character is being displayed, press and
release the SEL button to proceed to the next password character.
Repeat 1 & 2 above until the entire password is complete.
To exit the User-Defined Pass Code change mode, press and hold
the SEL button. Release the button when the display indicates
– – – – and restarts in the normal operating mode.
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