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DPi1701
Temperature & Process Input Graphic Display Panel Meter
Table of Contents
Section
Page
Safety Considerations ........................................................................................... iii
Section 1 - Introduction ....................................................................................... 1-1
Section 2 - Wiring Connections .......................................................................... 2-1
2.1 Front Panel .................................................................................................. 2-1
2.2 Rear Panel ................................................................................................... 2-1
Section 3 - Operation ............................................................................................ 3-1
3.1 Real Time (Run Mode) .............................................................................. 3-1
3.2 Configuration Mode .................................................................................. 3-1
3.3 Thermocouple Input Configuration ....................................................... 3-9
3.4 RTD Input Configuration ....................................................................... 3-10
3.5 Process Voltage Input Configuration ................................................... 3-10
3.6 Process Current Input Configuration ................................................... 3-10
3.7 Line/Bar Graph Configuration ............................................................. 3-10
3.8 Alarm Output Configuration ................................................................. 3-11
3.9 Display Screens ........................................................................................ 3-11
3.10 Max/Min Display Modes ..................................................................... 3-12
3.11 Lock/Unlock Panel Meter .................................................................... 3-12
3.12 Data logging ........................................................................................... 3-12
3.13 PC Interface ............................................................................................ 3-14
Section 4 - Specifications ..................................................................................... 4-1
i
DPi1701
Temperature & Process Input Graphic Display Panel Meter
List of Figures
Figure
ii
Description
Page
2-1
DPi1701 Graphic Display Front Panel & General Dimensions .... 2-1
2-2
Power & Mechanical Relay Output Connections ........................... 2-1
2-3
View of DPi1701 Back Panel With USB & Wireless Option ......... 2-2
2-4
Different Input Type Connections .................................................... 2-2
2-5
Excitation Voltage & Analog Output Connections ........................ 2-3
2-6
RS232 Connections .............................................................................. 2-3
3-1
Configuration Menu Flow Chart ...................................................... 3-1
3-2
Configuration Menu1 Flow Chart .................................................... 3-2
3-3
Configuration Menu2 Flow Chart .................................................... 3-3
3-4
Configuration Menu3 Flow Chart .....................................................3-4
3-5
Configuration Menu4 Flow Chart .................................................... 3-5
3-6
Configuration Menu5 Flow Chart .................................................... 3-6
3-7
Configuration Menu6 Flow Chart .................................................... 3-7
3-8
Configuration Menu7 Flow Chart .................................................... 3-8
3-9
Configuration Menu8 Flow Chart .................................................... 3-9
3-10
Display Screen Flow Chart .............................................................. 3-11
3-11
Max/Min Flow Chart ....................................................................... 3-12
3-12
Lock/Unlock Flow Chart ................................................................. 3-12
3-13
Data Logging Screen Flow Chart .................................................... 3-13
3-14
Download Data File Menu Screen .................................................. 3-14
3-15
Configuration Settings Screen ......................................................... 3-15
Safety Considerations
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 (Electro-magnetic
Compatibility).
This instrument is a panel mount device protected in accordance with EN 610101:2010, electrical safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement,
control and laboratory. Installation of this instrument should be done by
qualified personnel. In order to ensure safe operation, the following instructions
should be followed.
This instrument has no power-on switch. An external switch or circuit breaker
shall be included in the building installation as a disconnecting device. It shall be
marked to indicate this function, and it shall be in close proximity to the equipment
within easy reach of the operator. The switch or circuit breaker shall meet the
relevant requirements of IEC 947–1 and IEC 947-3 (International Electrotechnical
Commission). The switch shall 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 over current protection
device shall be installed.
• Do not exceed voltage rating on the label located on the top of the instrument
housing.
• 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.
• Unit mounting should allow for adequate ventilation to ensure instrument
does not exceed operating temperature rating.
• Use electrical wires with adequate size to handle mechanical strain and power
requirements. Install without exposing bare wire outside the connector to
minimize electrical shock hazards.
• Do not touch the AC power terminal block when connected to live voltage.
EMC Considerations
• 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 wires close to the instrument if EMC problems
persist.
• For best results on RTD measurement, use shielded wiring. Connect the shield
to Pin 7 of the input terminal block.
• For best RF conducted immunity on Current measurement, use Fair-Rite
#2675102002 and put the input cable through 3 turns.
• For best RF conducted immunity on Voltage measurement, use Fair-Rite
#0443167251 and put the input cable through 3 turns.
Failure to follow all instructions and warnings may result in injury!
iii
1
Introduction
Section 1 - Introduction
The DPi1701 is a 1/8 DIN panel meter with graphic backlit (240 x 64) dot matrix
display. It provides unparalleled display functionality. You can display your
input either in digital format, horizontal bar graph, or line graph charting. You
can store up to 85,000 input data points in the internal memory of the panel
meter with time & date stamping. The unit has a capacitor charged backed
real time clock. You can review and scroll through the recorded data on the
display screen, or download the data to PC through the serial connection (USB
or RS232). The unit accepts different Thermocouple inputs such as J, K, T, E, R,
S. It accepts 2 or 3 wire RTD. It also accepts process voltage or current inputs.
The unit offers an isolated 24Vdc excitation voltage output to power external
transmitters.
The DPi1701 offers two relay contact closure outputs, and an isolated analog
output (0 to 5 Vdc, 0 to 10 Vdc, or 4 to 20 mA) for signal re-transmission as an
option. The alarm output can be used for simple on/off control. There is no PID
control.
The unit offers standard isolated PC serial interface (either RS232 or USB). With
RS232 interface option, 24Vdc excitation and analog output will not be available.
The unit also offers wireless option where it can receive wireless signal from our
family of 2.4 GHz wireless transmitter product line such as:
• UWTC wireless thermocouple connectors
• UWRTD wireless RTD transmitters
• UWRH Temperature/RH transmitters
• UWIR Infrared transmitters
• UWPH pH transmitters
• UWPC Process input transmitters
• Wireless HHF1000 air velocity meter
A list of all the models is below.
1-1
Model No.
Description
DPi1701
Graphic Panel Meter and Logger with isolated RS232
DPi1701-USB-R
Graphic Panel Meter and Logger with 2 Relays plus
isolated USB & 24 Vdc excitation
DPi1701-USB-AR
Graphic Panel Meter and Logger with 2 Relays plus
isolated USB & analog output
DPi1701-USB-ARW
Graphic Panel Meter and Logger with 2 Relays plus
isolated USB & analog output plus wireless input
2
Wiring Connections
Section 2 - Wiring Connections
2.1 Front Panel
Figure 2-1 shows the front panel and the general dimensions of the panel meter.
There are four buttons as described below:
This is the menu button. It allows you to get into configuration menu and
run through sub-menus.
This is the up arrow button. It allows you to increment or scroll thru
different parameters in the configuration menus.
This is the down arrow button. It allows you to decrement or scroll thru
different parameters in the configuration menus.
This is the enter button. It saves the selected values of different parameters
in the configuration menus.
96.0
(3.78)
91.4
(3.60)
7.62
(0.300)
19.0
(0.75)
UNLOCK
567.3 °F
INPUT: TC-J
ALARM1: ON
48.0
(1.89)
ALARM 2: OFF
DIMENSIONS mm (in)
Figure 2-1. DPi1701 Graphic Display Front Panel & General Dimensions
2.2 Rear Panel Connections
CAUTION:
Do not connect power to your device until you have
completed all the input and output connections. Failure to do
so may result in injury!
Figure 2-2 shows the Power and mechanical relay output wiring connections.
POWER & RELAY OUTPUT CONNECTIONS
L
90/240
Vac
SW
FUSE 1
N
Fuse 1 = 100 mA(T)
Fuse 2 = 3 A(T)
C
NC
OUTPUT 2
NO
C
NC
OUTPUT 1
NO
N(-)
L(+)
POWER
FUSE 2
EXTERNAL LOAD
FUSE 2
EXTERNAL LOAD
L
N
L
N
Figure 2-2. Power & Mechanical Relay Output Connections
2-1
2
Wiring Connections
NOTE:
Connection of the power source and external load to the output relays should be
made by qualified personnel only. When output relay interface is made to voltages
greater than 40 VAC, the interface region should be considered live and extreme
care must be taken to avoid injury. Additionally, when the DPI1701 is interfaced
at the output relays the preferred load is resistive. An inductive load may be used,
but the maximum current values need to be derated to the values given in the
specification section of this manual. In all cases, qualified personnel should ensure
that the interface is properly fused to ensure further that safe operation is optimized.
If there is a need to drive a motor or other inductive load at higher currents than
those specified, interface may safely be made with a solid state relay, such as
Omega’s SSR330DC10 or similar. Please contact Omega for support.
Figure 2-3 shows the back view of the DPi1701 panel meter. For wireless models,
you need to attach the provided antenna to the mating connector on the back
panel.
9
10
8
7
6
5
4
3
RS232
GND RX TX
OUT –EXC+
9
10
+
–
–
USB PORT
2(+)
INPUT
1(-)
NC
C
OUTPUT 2
NO
NC
C
OUTPUT 1
NO
N(-)
L(+)
POWER
V
ANTENNA
1
+
–
I
–
+
2
3
4
5
+
6
7
8
Figure 2-3. View of DPi1701 Back Panel With USB & Wireless Options
Figure 2-4 shows the different types of input connections such as Thermocouple,
RTD (2 or 3 wires), Process voltage (0 to 10 Vdc), and Process current (0 to 20
mA).
THERMOCOUPLE CONNECTION
PROCESS (VOLTS) CONNECTION
RTD (100 OHMS) CONNECTION
V
10
9
8
+
0/10V
PROCESS (CURRENT) CONNECTION
3 WIRE
2 WIRE
–
0/20mA or 4/20mA
Figure 2-4. Different Input Type Connections
10
9
8
7
+
6
3
I
5
2
1(-)
10
9
8
7
INPUT
6
5
4
3
2
INPUT
2-2
7
6
5
+
–
1(-)
4
3(+)
2
1(-)
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
INPUT
4(+)
–
2(+)
1(-)
INPUT
Wiring Connections
2
Figure 2-5 shows how to use the internal isolated 24 Vdc excitation voltage
to power an external two wire transmitter where the current output (4 to 20
mA) is fed into the process current input of the panel meter. It also shows the
connection for the analog output. The analog output can be either a 0 to 5 Vdc
or 4 to 20 mA signal. This signal can be used to re-transmit the input signal to
another device.
INTERNAL EXCITATION CONNECTION
–
–
10
GND +EXC
9
8
7
-EXC+
6
5
4(+)
3
2
1(-)
INPUT
EXC.
+
+
TWO WIRE TRANSMITTER CONNECTION
ANALOG OUTPUT CONNECTION
+
10(-)
9
8
7
+ OUT –
6
4
5
3
2
1
INPUT
V/I
–
Figure 2-5. Excitation Voltage & Analog Output Connections
Figure 2-6 shows the serial RS232 connections. With RS232 option, analog output
and excitation voltage are not available. With USB interface and analog output
option, the excitation voltage is not available.
10
9
8
7
6
4
5
RS232
GND RX TX
3
2
1
RS232 CONNECTION
INPUT
EXCITATION & ANALOG OUTPUT
ARE NOT AVAILABLE
Figure 2-6. RS232 Connections
2-3
3
Operation
Section 3 - Operation
3.1 Real Time (Run Mode)
This is the normal mode of operation. It displays the input parameter in real
time. There is also other related information on the screen display such as Input
type, status of alarm 1 and alarm 2, and status of lock/unlock. Figure 2-1 shows
a typical real time display screen.
3.2 Configuration Mode
Figure 3-1 shows a typical configuration flow chart. From the Run Mode, you
. The configuration mode
can get into the Configuration mode by pressing
has 8 menu screens. Here is the description of each configuration menu:
REAL TIME
(RUN MODE)
NOTE: CONFIG MENU 8 SHOWS
UP ONLY WHEN INPUT TYPE IS
SELECTED AS WIRELESS.
UNLOCK
PRESS
INPUT: TC-J
567.3 °F
ALARM1: ON
ALARM 2: OFF
PRESS
CONFIG. MENU 8
CONFIG. MENU 1
TRANS ADDR: 1
RECEIVER ADDR: 0
TIME OUT: 6
WIRELESS CHANNEL: 12
WIRELESS NETWORK ID: 13106
LINE GRAPH TIME SPEED: 1 sec
LINE/BAR GRAPH TOP VALUE: 800.0
LINE/BAR GRAPH BOTTOM VALUE: 300.0
INPUT TYPE: TC-J
PRESS
PRESS
CONFIG. MENU 2
CONFIG. MENU 7
START LOGGING
KEY PRESS
CATEGORY: Temperature E. UNIT: °F
DECIMAL POINT: xxx.x
MIN. DISPLAY VALUE: -148.0
MAX. DISPLAY VALUE: 1400.0
STOP LOGGING
KEY PRESS
PRESS
PRESS
CONFIG. MENU 6
CONFIG. MENU 3
CURRENT TIME: 03:53:45 PM
CURRENT DATE: 01/03/2012
TIME FORMAT: 12 Hour MM/DD/YYYY
LOG MODE: STOP WHEN FULL
SET POINT: 450.0
DEAD BAND: 10.0
PRESS
PRESS
CONFIG. MENU 5
DISPLAY ZERO ADJUST: 10
DISPLAY SPAN ADJUST: 0
OUTPUT TYPE: 0-5V
DISPLAY MODE: NORMAL
[ALARM 1]
STATUS: ENABLED
UNLATCH
LOW
568.3 °F
PRESS
CONFIG. MENU 4
SET POINT: 700.0
DEAD BAND: 10.0
[ALARM 2]
STATUS: ENABLED
LATCH
HIGH
ENTER BUTTON. SAVE SELECTION AND RUN THROUGH
ENTRIES OF A CONFIG. SUB-MENU.
INCREMENT PARAMETER VALUE/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
DECREMENT PARAMETER VALUE/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
Figure 3-1. Configuration Menu Flow Chart
3-1
Operation
3
Configuration Menu1:
1- Line Graph Time Speed: This parameter sets the speed of the line chart. It can
be set from 1 to 60 seconds. This parameter also sets the recording interval for
saving data to internal memory.
2- Line/Bar Graph, Top Value: This parameter sets the maximum (top) value of
the line graph.
3- Line/Bar Graph, Bottom Value: This parameter sets the minimum (bottom)
value of the line graph.
4- Input Type: This parameter selects the input type. The following input types
are offered:
TC-J
TC-K
TC-T
TC-R
TC-S
TC-E
RTD-2
RTD-3
0-20 mA
4-20 mA
0-10 V
Wireless
2 wire RTD, 100 ohms, European curve
3 wire RTD, 100 ohms, European curve
Figure 3-2 shows the configuration menu1 flow chart.
REAL TIME
(RUN MODE)
PRESS
LINE GRAPH
TIME SPEED
PRESS
PRESS
LINE/BAR GRAPH
PRESS
TOP VALUE
PRESS
LINE/BAR GRAPH
PRESS
BOTTOM VALUE
PRESS
PRESS
INPUT TYPE
PRESS
CONFIG.
MENU2
INCREMENT PARAMETER/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
DECREMENT PARAMETER/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
Figure 3-2. Configuration Menu1 Flow Chart
3-2
3
Operation
Configuration Menu2:
1. Category: You can select the category of measurement like Temperature,
Pressure, Power, pH, Humidity, etc.
2. Engineering Unit: You can set the Engineering unit for the selected category.
3. Decimal Point: You can set the decimal point for the input display reading.
4. Minimum Display Value: You can set the minimum display range for the
input.
5. Maximum Display Value: You can set the maximum display range for the
input.
Figure 3-3 shows the configuration menu2 flow chart.
CONFIG.
MENU2
PRESS
CATEGORY
PRESS
PRESS
ENGINEERING
UNIT
PRESS
PRESS
DECIMAL POINT
PRESS
PRESS
MIN. DISPLAY
VALUE
PRESS
PRESS
PRESS
MAX. DISPLAY
VALUE
PRESS
CONFIG.
MENU3
INCREMENT PARAMETER/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
DECREMENT PARAMETER/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
Figure 3-3. Configuration Menu2 Flow Chart
3-3
Operation
3
Configuration Menu3:
1. Set Point: You can set the 1st alarm set point to anywhere within the display
range.
2. Dead Band: You can set the dead band for the 1st relay alarm.
3. Status: You can enable or disable the 1st alarm. If the relay is latched
previously, disabling/enabling the alarm will reset the relay.
If the alarm is enabled, you can set the relay for latch/unlatch operation. You
can set the relay for either low or high alarm.
Figure 3-4 shows the configuration menu3 flow chart.
CONFIG.
MENU3
PRESS
ALARM
SET POINT 1
PRESS
PRESS
DEAD BAND
PRESS
PRESS
DISABLED
STATUS
PRESS
ENABLED
PRESS
UNLATCH/LATCH
HIGH/LOW
PRESS
CONFIG.
MENU4
INCREMENT PARAMETER/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
DECREMENT PARAMETER/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
Figure 3-4. Configuration Menu3 Flow Chart
3-4
3
Operation
Configuration Menu4:
1. Set Point: You can set the 2nd alarm set point to anywhere within the display
range.
2. Dead Band: You can set the dead band for the 2nd relay alarm.
3. Status: You can enable or disable the 2nd alarm. If the relay is latched
previously, disabling/enabling the alarm will reset the relay.
If the alarm is enabled, you can set the relay for latch/unlatch operation. You
can set the relay for either low or high alarm.
Figure 3-5 shows the configuration menu4 flow chart.
CONFIG.
MENU4
PRESS
ALARM 2
SET POINT
PRESS
PRESS
DEAD BAND
PRESS
PRESS
DISABLED
STATUS
PRESS
ENABLED
PRESS
UNLATCH/LATCH
HIGH/LOW
PRESS
CONFIG.
MENU5
INCREMENT PARAMETER/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
DECREMENT PARAMETER/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
Figure 3-5. Configuration Menu4 Flow Chart
3-5
Operation
3
Configuration Menu5:
1. Display Zero Adjust: You can adjust the zero of your display reading either
positive or negative (From -10,00 to +10,000 Counts). A Pop up window
displays the current process value as you adjust the zero.
For example if temperature display is 72.5°F, four positive zero adjust counts
will change the display to 72.9°F. Four negative zero adjust counts will
change the display to 72.1°F.
2. Display Span Adjust: You can adjust the span of your display range either
positive or negative (From -10,00 to +10,000 Counts). A Pop up window
displays the process value as you adjust the span.
3. Output Type: You can select the analog output type either 0-5 Vdc, 0 to 10
Vdc, or 4-20 mA. The analog output corresponds to the input display range.
Here is an example:
I nput Type:
Min. Display Value:
Max. Display Value:
Analog Output:
TC-K
0
500
0-5 Vdc
4. Display Mode: You can set the display screen to Normal or Invert, depending
on the screen visibility.
Figure 3-6 shows the configuration menu5 flow chart.
CONFIG.
MENU5
PRESS
DISPLAY ZERO
ADJUST
PRESS
PRESS
DISPLAY SPAN
ADJUST
PRESS
PRESS
OUTPUT
TYPE
PRESS
PRESS
PRESS
DISPLAY
MODE
PRESS
CONFIG.
MENU6
INCREMENT PARAMETER/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
DECREMENT PARAMETER/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
Figure 3-6. Configuration Menu5 Flow Chart
3-6
3
Operation
Configuration Menu6:
1. Current Time: You can set the current time. It can be set as either AM/PM (12
Hour) or Military time (24 Hour).
2. Current Date: You can set the current date. The date format can be selected.
The default is MM/DD/YYYY.
3. Time Format: You can set the time & date formats. The time can be set as 12
Hour/24 Hour. The date format can be set to MM/DD/YYYY, DD/MM/
YYYY, or YYYY/MM/DD.
NOTE:
The Time & Date settings will not be lost when removing main
power.
4. Log Mode: You can set the logging mode. It can be set to “Stop When Full”
meaning data recording will stop when it reaches the end of the internal
memory, or “Circular Buffer” meaning that once it reaches the end of the
memory, data recording will continue and will overwrite the oldest data in the
memory.
Figure 3-7 shows the configuration menu6 flow chart.
CONFIG.
MENU6
PRESS
SET CURRENT
TIME
PRESS
PRESS
SET CURRENT
DATE
PRESS
PRESS
SET TIME
FORMAT
PRESS
PRESS
PRESS
SET LOGGING
MODE
PRESS
CONFIG.
MENU7
INCREMENT PARAMETER/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
DECREMENT PARAMETER/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
Figure 3-7. Configuration Menu6 Flow Chart
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Configuration Menu7:
1. Start Logging: You can set the condition for the start of data logging as follows:
• Key Press - While in line graph mode, press
to start logging.
• Alarm 1 ON – Logging will start when alarm 1 is on.
• Alarm 1 OFF – Logging will start when alarm 1 is off.
• Alarm 2 ON – Logging will start when alarm 2 is on.
• Alarm 2 OFF – Logging will start when alarm 2 is off.
• Time/Date – Logging will start when reaching a pre-set time/date. You
can set the time & date for the start of logging.
2. Stop Logging: You can set the condition for stopping data logging as follows:
• Key Press - While in line graph mode, press
to stop logging.
• Alarm 1 ON – Logging will stop when alarm 1 is on.
• Alarm 1 OFF – Logging will stop when alarm 1 is off.
• Alarm 2 ON – Logging will stop when alarm 2 is on.
• Alarm 2 OFF – Logging will stop when alarm 2 is off.
• Time/Date – Logging will stop when reaching a pre-set time/date. You
can set the time & date for stopping the data logging.
Figure 3-8 shows the configuration menu7 flow chart.
CONFIG.
MENU7
DATA LOGGING
FLOW CHART2
PRESS
SET START
LOGGING
PRESS
PRESS
PRESS
SET STOP
LOGGING
PRESS
WIRELESS
INPUT
NO
YES
CONFIG.
MENU8
REAL TIME
(RUN MODE)
INCREMENT PARAMETER/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
DECREMENT PARAMETER/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
Figure 3-8. Configuration Menu7 Flow Chart
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Configuration Menu8:
This menu shows up only when the input type is selected as Wireless in
Configuration Menu 1.
1. Transmitter Address: You can set the wireless transmitter address from
1 to 99.
2. Receiver Address: You can set the receiver address from 0 to 99.
3. Timeout: This is the amount of time the unit continues to check for data
from a wireless transmitter, before it times out. It can be set from 6 to 360
seconds.
4. Wireless Channel: You can set the wireless channel from 12 to 23. This
represents the frequency channel.
5. Wireless Network ID: You can set the Network ID from 0 to 65533.
Figure 3-9 shows the configuration menu8 flow chart.
CONFIG.
MENU8
WIRELESS INPUT
FLOW CHART
PRESS
SET TRANS.
ADDRESS
PRESS
PRESS
SET RECEIVER
ADDRESS
PRESS
PRESS
SET TIME
OUT
PRESS
PRESS
PRESS
SET CHANNEL
& NETWORK ID
PRESS
REAL TIME
(RUN MODE)
INCREMENT PARAMETER/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
DECREMENT PARAMETER/SELECTION OF AN ENTRY.
Figure 3-9. Configuration Menu8 Flow Chart
3.3 Thermocouple Input Configuration
After wiring the back panel for Thermocouple connection (See Figure 2-4), this is
an example of how to configure the panel meter for a Thermocouple input:
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Input Type:
Category:
Eng. Unit:
Decimal Point:
Min. Display Value:
Max. Display Value:
TC-K
Temperature
ºF
xxx.x
-148.0
2300.0
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3.4 RTD Input Configuration
After wiring the back panel for RTD connection (See Figure 2-4), this is an
example of how to configure the panel meter for an RTD input:
Input Type:
Category:
Eng. Unit:
Decimal Point:
Min. Display Value:
Max. Display Value:
RTD-3
Temperature
ºF
xxx.x
-328.0
1562.0
3.5 Process Voltage Input Configuration
After wiring the back panel for Process Voltage connection (See Figure 2-4), this
is an example of how to configure the panel meter for a Process Voltage input:
Input Type:
Category:
Eng. Unit:
Decimal Point:
Min. Display Value:
Max. Display Value:
0-10 V
Flow
GPM
xxxx
0
4500
3.6 Process Current Input Configuration
After wiring the back panel for Process Current connection (See Figure 2-4), this
is an example of how to configure the panel meter for a Process Current input:
Input Type:
Category:
Eng. Unit:
Decimal Point:
Min. Display Value:
Max. Display Value:
4-20 mA
Pressure
PSI
xxx.x
0.0
100.0
3.7 Line/Bar Graph Configuration
Here is an example of configuring the panel meter for line or horizontal bar
graph displays:
Line Graph Time Speed:
1 sec
Line/Bar Graph Top value:
800.0
Line/Bar Graph Bottom Value: 300.0
The line graph time speed is the time interval the line graph gets updated. The
same time speed is used for data logging time interval. The line graph bar is the
average of all the input samples during the time interval (Time Speed). The line/
bar graph top and bottom values are the scaling for the line and horizontal bar
graph.
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3.8 Alarm Output Configuration
Here is an example of configuration at the panel meter for alarm outputs
(assuming thermocouple input):
[Alarm 1]
Set Point:
450.0
Dead Band: 10.0
Status:
Enabled
Unlatch
Low
[Alarm 2]
Set Point:
700.0
Dead Band: 10.0
Status:
Enabled
Latch
High
When an alarm is disabled, the other selections (Latch/ Unlatch, High/Low) are
not displayed.
3.9 Display Screens
The DPi1701 displays the input parameter in 4 different modes: Digital format,
Large Display, Horizontal Bar Graph, and Line graph. Figure 3-10 shows the
Display screen flow chart. You can scroll thru the display screens by pressing the
key.
UNLOCK
567.3 °F
INPUT: TC-J
ALARM1: ON
DIGITAL DISPLAY
(DEFAULT)
ALARM 2: OFF
PRESS
567.3
°F
LARGE DISPLAY
PRESS
567.3
°F
INPUT: TC-J
AL1:1
BAR GRAPH
DISPLAY
AL2:0
PRESS
800
PRESS
300
SPEED:1s
LINE GRAPH
DISPLAY
ELAPS:00:01:08
567.3 °F
Figure 3-10. Display Screen Flow Chart
In Bar graph mode, the current value, input type, and the status of the alarms are
also displayed. There are two arrows on the bar graph that indicates the low and
high alarm set points.
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Operation
In line graph mode, the current value, time speed, and elapsed time
(HH:MM:SS) are also displayed. The elapsed time advances per the time speed.
For example if the time speed is 10 seconds, the elapsed time advances every 10
seconds.
3.10 Max/Min Display Modes
You can display the Maximum & Minimum display values by pressing the
key. The screen shows an Up arrow sign on the upper left hand corner to
indicate maximum display mode. It shows a Down arrow sign to indicate
key to reset the minimum and
minimum display mode. You can press the
maximum values. Figure 3-11 shows the display screen flow chart.
UNLOCK
567.3 °F
INPUT: TC-J
ALARM1: ON
DIGITAL DISPLAY
(DEFAULT)
ALARM 2: OFF
PRESS
784.2
INPUT: TC-J
ALARM1: ON
UNLOCK
°F
MAX. DISPLAY
MODE
ALARM 2: OFF
PRESS
PRESS
TO RESET
MIN/MAX VALUES
UNLOCK
395.6 °F
PRESS
INPUT: TC-J
ALARM1: ON
MIN. DISPLAY
MODE
ALARM 2: OFF
Figure 3-11. MAX/MIN Flow Chart
3.11 Lock/Unlock Panel Meter
You can lock/unlock the panel meter from un-authorized access by pressing and
+
keys for 3 seconds. While in lock mode, you can not get
holding the
into the Configuration menus and make any changes. Figure 3-12 shows the
display screen flow chart.
567.3
INPUT: TC-J
ALARM1: ON
UNLOCK
°F
ALARM 2: OFF
PRESS & HOLD
FOR 3 SECONDS
+
567.3
INPUT: TC-J
ALARM1: ON
LOCK
°F
ALARM 2: OFF
Figure 3-12. Lock/Unlock Flow Chart
3.12 – Data Logging
You can store up to 85,000 input data points in the internal memory of the panel
meter. Each recorded data is time & date stamped. The recording interval is the
same as the Time Speed parameter. You can set the logging condition based on
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Operation
pressing the
key, alarm 1 or 2 ON, alarm 1 or 2 OFF, or a pre-set time &
date. Configuration menus 6 & 7 provides all the settings for the data logging
function. When logging in real time, the LOG icon and the data file number will
show on the left of the screen "Stop When Full" mode. The LOG icon displays
every 2 seconds (while logging) when in the main digital display screen. You can
review and scroll through the recorded data on the display screen by pressing the
key.
keys to scroll through the last recorded data
You can use the
or
backward and forward. It shows the recorded process value with the
corresponding time & date of the last logged file. Figure 3-13 shows the data
logging screen flow chart.
NOTE:
When in data logging mode, you can always turn off data
key. The logging data is stored in
logging by pressing the
the nonvolatile memory.
800
R/T
PRESS
300
SPEED:1s
ELAPS:00:01:08
567.3 °F
PRESS
-OR800
LOG
F:1
300
SPEED:1s
ELAPS:00:01:08
567.3 °F
LINE GRAPH
DISPLAY
(REAL TIME)
BASED ON
TIME/DATE OR
ALARM 1, 2
LINE GRAPH
DISPLAY
REAL TIME
LOGGING MODE
PRESS
800
LOG
F:1
PRESS
300
01/03/2012
03:54:35 PM
517.8 °F
LINE GRAPH
DISPLAY
PAST TIME
LOGGING MODE
SCROLL FORWARD THROUGH DATA.
MOVE FORWARD IN TIME.
SCROLL BACKWARD THROUGH DATA.
MOVE BACKWARD IN TIME.
UNLOCK
INPUT: TC-J
567.3 °F
ALARM1: ON
ALARM 2: OFF
DIGITAL
DISPLAY
(DEFAULT)
Figure 3-13. Data Logging Screen Flow Chart
• When the logging mode is set for “Stop When Full”, you can log up to 8
separate logging sessions. The unit does not allow you to log more than 8 data
files. You need to download the files to your PC, and erase the memory before
the next logging session.
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• When the logging mode is set for “Circular Buffer”, the unit asks you to erase
the memory before you can start logging. You can download the previous data
file(s) to your PC, and then erase the memory before start logging in Circular
buffer mode. Circular buffer mode is continuous logging (one data file), and the
logging does not stop when at the end of the memory. It continues on writing
over the oldest logged data point.
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• When in logging mode, line graph time speed, input type, category,
engineering unit, decimal point, min and max values, current time and date,
time format, and logging mode can not be changed.
• When in circular buffer logging mode, if the main power fails, and then the
power is restored, the device closes the data file and the user has to initiate
a new logging section. In Stop When Full logging mode, under the same
conditions, the device closes the previous data file and starts a new data file
and continues logging.
3.13 – PC Interface
You can perform the following tasks using the PC application software:
1. Download & Erase the recorded data from the panel meter
2. Read & Change the panel meter configuration settings
Figure 3-14 shows the menu screen for downloading the recorded data. You can
download up to 8 data files from the panel meter by highlighting the file number
and clicking “Save Selected File” button. You can save each data file as a .csv
extension to be imported into Excel spread sheet.
You can also erase all the data files from the panel meter by clicking the “Erase
All From Device” button.
NOTE:
When changing panel meter configuration settings from the
PC, make sure the panel meter is not in the configuration
mode and is in running mode.
Figure 3-14. Download Data File Menu Screen
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Figure 3-15 shows the menu screen for reading and changing the configuration
settings of the panel meter. You can read the panel meter settings by clicking
“Read from Device” button. You can then make changes to the settings, and
save back to the device by clicking “Save to Device” button. These settings are
the same settings in the configuration menus of the device. The settings are
categorized based on Input/ Output, Display, Alarm 1, Alarm 2, Logging, and
Wireless (Optional). It might be easier to make changes to the settings from the
PC application vs. changing them on the device.
Figure 3-15. Configuration Settings Screen
NOTE:
You might experience an error message when incrementing
or decrementing the decimal places selection, you can
manually enter the decimal place value to get around the
possible error message on the configuration screen.
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PC Commands: The following is a list of PC commands to communicate with the device.
ENQ<CR>
Show unit ID and Firmware version
Erase entire internal EEPROM memory, reset internal file system
EXAMPLE:
Command
Response
ERASE<CR>
Erased<CRLF>
ERASE
AMPM
Display or Set the time format to 24/12 hours. [0 = 24 Hr, 1 = 12 Hr]
EXAMPLE:
Command
Response
Display Time format
AMPM<CR>
12 Hr<CRLF>
Set Time to 24 Hr
AMPM 0<CR>
24 Hr<CRLF>
Set Time to 12 Hr
AMPM 1<CR>
12 Hr<CRLF>
TIME
Display or Set the Time [AMPM set to 12 Hr]
EXAMPLE:
Command
Display Time
TIME<CR>
Set Time to 15
TIME 15<CR>
Set Time to 15:30
TIME 15 30<CR>
Set Time to 15:30:10
TIME 15 30 10<CR>
Response
01:00:00 PM<CRLF>
03:00:00 PM<CRLF>
03:30:00 PM<CRLF>
03:30:10 PM<CRLF>
Display or Set the Time [AMPM set to 24 Hr]
EXAMPLE:
Command
Display Time
TIME<CR>
Set Time to 15
TIME 15<CR>
Set Time to 15:30
TIME 15 30<CR>
Set Time to 15:30:10
TIME 15 30 10<CR>
Response
13:00:00<CRLF>
15:00:00<CRLF>
15:30:00<CRLF>
15:30:10<CRLF>
DATE
Display or Set the Date
EXAMPLE:
Display Date
Set Date to 06/04/2012
Set Date to 05
Set Date to 06/12
Response
01/05/2012<CRLF>
06/04/2012<CRLF>
05/04/2012<CRLF>
06/12/2012<CRLF>
Command
DATE<CR>
DATE 06 04 2012<CR>
DATE 05<CR>
DATE 06 12<CR>
Display process value, Engineering unit, input type, lock status, and alarms status
EXAMPLE:
Command
Response
XD<CR>
-103°F TC-K UNLOCK 0 1<CRLF>
In this example:
Process value: -103
Engineering Unit: °F
Input Type: TC-KR
Lock Status: UNLOCK
Alarm 1 Status: 0, meaning OFF
Alarm 2 Status: 1, meaning ON
XD
Note: <CR> means carriage return, <CRLF> means carriage return & Line feed. If there is a space
in the command structure, you need to follow and can not eliminate.
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Specifications
Section 4 - Specifications
GENERAL
Thermocouple Accuracy
Type J:
Type K:
Type E:
Type T:
Type R & S:
0.5ºC (0.9ºF)
0.5ºC (0.9ºF)
0.5°C (0.9°F)
0.5ºC (0.9ºF)
1.0°C (1.8°F) or 0.5% of full scale
Thermocouple Range
Type J:
Type K:
Type E:
Type T:
Type R & S:
-100 to 760ºC (-148 to 1400ºF)
-100 to 1260ºC (-148 to 2300ºF)
-200 to 849°C (-328 to 1560°F)
-200 to 400ºC (-328 to 752ºF)
100 to 1760ºC (212 to 3200ºF)
Thermocouple Warm up Period: 45 minutes
Thermocouple Zero Drift:
0.06°C/°C
Open Thermocouple Detection:
Up scale
Thermocouple Lead Resistance:
100 ohms max.
RTD:
100 ohms Platinum, 2 or 3 wire, 0.00385 curve
RTD Accuracy:
0.5ºC (0.9ºF)
RTD Range:
-200 to 850ºC (-328 to 1562ºF)
Open RTD Detection:
Up scale
Process (Voltage or current)
Input Accuracy:
0.1% of Rdg
Voltage Input Range:
0 to 10 Vdc
Current Input Range:
0 to 20 mA and 4 to 20 mA
Sampling Rate:
Decimal Selection:
4 samples per second
None, 0.1 – Temperature input
None, 0.1, 0.01, 0.001 – Process input
Line Graph Time Speed:
Adjustable from 1 to 60 sec
PC Interface:Isolated USB or RS232, 9600 Baud Rate, 8-Bit
data, No Parity, 1 Stop bit - Changes to 57600
Baud Rate during data download to PC
PC Software:
Runs on Windows® 7, 8, and 10
NOTE: For Windows 8.1, .NET Framework 3.5 needs to be installed.
Data Logging
Recorded Data:
Logging Interval:
Maximum Data Files:
Logging Mode:
Logging Start:
Logging Stop:
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Up to 85,000 data points
Adjustable from 1 to 60 sec
8 - Only in Stop when Full Logging Mode
Stop When Full or Circular Buffer
Press Key, Alarm 1/2 ON, Alarm 1/2 OFF,
Time/Date
Press Key, Alarm 1/2 ON, Alarm 1/2 OFF,
Time/Date
Real Time Clock:Capacitor charged backed for 2 weeks when
main power is removed
Specifications
WIRELESS
RF Transmitter Carrier:
4
RF Power Output:
ISM 2.4GHz. Direct sequence spread spectrum,
License free worldwide (US, Canada, and Europe)
10 dBm (10 mW)
RF Range
Indoor/Urban:
Up to 40m (130')
Outdoor/Line of Sight:
Up to 120m (400')
Transmitter Address:
1-99 (Default 1)
Receiver Address:
0-99 (Default 0)
Timeout:
6 to 360 seconds
Wireless Channel:
12-23 (Default 12)
Wireless Network ID:
0-65533 (Default 13106)
Alarms
Relay:
SPDT, 250 Vac or 30 Vdc @ 3A Resistive
250 Vac or 30 Vdc @ 1A Inductive
Alarm1:
Enable/Disable:
Hi/Low Alarm:
Latch/Unlatch:
SPDT Relay
Set via display screen
Set via display screen
Set via display screen
Alarm2:
Enable/Disable:
Hi/Low Alarm:
Latch/Unlatch:
SPDT Relay
Set via display screen
Set via display screen
Set via display screen
Output:
4 to 20 mA, 0 to 5 Vdc, or 0 to 10 Vdc isolated
Output Load:
1K - ohms Min - 0/5 Vdc
350 ohms Max - 4/20 mA
Excitation
Voltage Excitation:
Isolated 24 Vdc @ 25 mA
Insulation
Power to Input/Output:
3000 Vac for 1 minute
Power to Relays:
3000 Vac for 1 minute
Input to Output:
1110 Vac for 1 minute
USB to Inputs/Output:
1110 Vac for 1 minute
RS232 to Inputs:
1110 Vac for 1 minute
Analog Output to Inputs:
1110 Vac for 1 minute
General Power:
90/240 Vac +/-10%, 50-400 Hz
Operating Conditions:
0 to 50ºC (32 to 122ºF), 90% RH non-condensing
Protection:
NEMA-1/Type 1 Front bezel
Dimensions:
48H x 96W x 118mm D (1.89 x 3.78 x 4.65")
Panel Cutout:
45H x 92mm W (1.772 x 3.622")
Weight:
295 g (0.65 lbs)
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