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Omega DPI611 Owner Manual
GE
Measurement and control
Druck DPI611
Portable Pressure Calibrator
User Manual – K0571
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DPI 611 Portable Pressure Calibrator User Manual
Part Number: K0571
Revision
Level
Date
Issued
Issue 1
13/08/14
General Description of Changes
Initial release
User Manual
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Contents
1 INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................................................... 7
1.1 EQUIPMENT IN THE BOX ........................................................................................................ 7
1.2 OBSERVANCE OF THE USER MANUAL ........................................................................... 7
1.3 GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS...................................................................................... 7
1.4 GENERAL WARNINGS .............................................................................................................. 8
1.5 ELECTRICAL WARNINGS......................................................................................................... 9
1.6 PRESSURE WARNINGS ......................................................................................................... 10
1.7 OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY ................................................................................................ 11
1.8 PREPARING THE INSTRUMENT ........................................................................................ 11
1.8.1
Initial Checks ................................................................................................................... 11
1.8.2
Install the Battery......................................................................................................... 12
1.9 PARTS .............................................................................................................................................. 13
1.9.1
Test Port ............................................................................................................................. 14
1.9.2
Pneumatic Pressure Release Valve .................................................................. 15
1.10 SELECTOR ..................................................................................................................................... 15
1.10.1 Pump.................................................................................................................................... 16
1.10.2 Volume Adjuster ........................................................................................................... 16
1.11 ACCESSORIES: ............................................................................................................................ 17
1.11.1 Carry Case (P/N IO611-CASE-1) .......................................................................... 17
1.11.2 Rechargeable Battery pack (P/N IO611-BATTERY) ................................. 17
1.11.3 Mains Adaptor (P/N IO620-PSU) ......................................................................... 17
1.11.4 USB Cable (P/N IO620-USB-PC)........................................................................... 17
1.11.5 IDOS to USB Converter (P/N IO620-IDOS-USB) ......................................... 17
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1.11.6 USB to RS 232 Cable (P/N IO620-USB-RS232) ........................................... 17
1.11.7 Dirt Moisture Trap (P/N IO620-IDT621)........................................................... 18
1.11.8 Pneumatic Hose ........................................................................................................... 18
1.11.9 Pressure Adaptor set ................................................................................................. 19
1.11.10
Comparator Adaptor (P/N IO620-COMP) ................................................ 19
1.12 DRUCK DPI611, MODES ....................................................................................................... 20
1.12.1 Power ON .......................................................................................................................... 20
1.12.2 Power OFF ........................................................................................................................ 20
1.12.3 Power up from Standby Mode ............................................................................ 21
1.13 NAVIGATION ............................................................................................................................... 21
1.13.1 Set Date, Time and Language ............................................................................. 22
1.13.2 Themes ............................................................................................................................... 22
1.13.3 DRUCK DPI611 Manual ............................................................................................ 22
1.14 SOFTWARE AND FIRMWARE UPGRADES .................................................................. 22
1.14.1 Viewing Software Revision..................................................................................... 22
1.14.2 Upgrading the Software.......................................................................................... 23
1.14.3 Upgrade the Application Software ................................................................... 23
1.14.4 Upgrade the Operating System and Boot Loader Software. .......... 23
1.15 MAINTENANCE .......................................................................................................................... 24
1.15.1 Cleaning ............................................................................................................................. 25
1.15.2 Replace the Batteries ................................................................................................ 25
1.16 INSTRUMENT RETURN .......................................................................................................... 25
1.16.1 Returned Material Procedure............................................................................... 25
1.16.2 Safety Precautions ...................................................................................................... 25
1.16.3 Important Notice.......................................................................................................... 26
1.16.4 Instrument Disposal in the European Union .............................................. 26
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1.16.5 For more information contact ............................................................................. 26
1.17 ENVIRONMENT.......................................................................................................................... 26
1.18 MARKS AND SYMBOLS ......................................................................................................... 27
2 OPERATIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 28
2.1 PNEUMATIC PRESSURE OPERATIONS ......................................................................... 28
2.1.1
Introduction..................................................................................................................... 28
2.1.2
Release the Pressure ................................................................................................. 28
2.1.3
Attach/Remove the device under test ........................................................... 28
2.1.4
Vacuum or Pressure Operation .......................................................................... 30
2.2 CALIBRATOR OPERATIONS................................................................................................. 31
2.2.1
Basic Calibrator Operation .................................................................................... 31
2.2.2
Set the Function Utility Options .......................................................................... 38
2.2.3
Measurement Display Options............................................................................ 42
2.2.4
Example Procedures.................................................................................................. 43
2.3 PRESSURE CALIBRATION..................................................................................................... 48
2.3.1
Set up a Leak Test ....................................................................................................... 49
2.3.2
Set the Pressure Module to Zero........................................................................ 51
2.3.3
Error Indications ........................................................................................................... 51
2.4 MEASURE PRESSURE: IDOS Option............................................................................... 52
2.4.1
IDOS Option Assembly Instructions ................................................................. 52
2.4.2
IDOS Function Procedures ..................................................................................... 53
3 DATA LOGGING OPERATION .......................................................................................................... 54
3.1 SET-UP ............................................................................................................................................ 55
3.2 OPERATION.................................................................................................................................. 57
3.3 FILE REVIEW ................................................................................................................................ 57
3.4 FILE MANAGEMENT ................................................................................................................ 58
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3.4.1
Transfer .............................................................................................................................. 58
3.4.2
Erase .................................................................................................................................... 59
3.4.3
Memory Status .............................................................................................................. 59
3.5 DATA FORMAT ........................................................................................................................... 59
4 DOCUMENTATION ................................................................................................................................ 61
4.1 ANALYSIS ...................................................................................................................................... 61
4.2 SET-UP ............................................................................................................................................ 62
4.2.1
Define the Reference Channel ............................................................................ 62
4.2.2
Define each Input Channel .................................................................................... 63
4.3 ANALYSIS FUNCTION............................................................................................................. 64
4.4 RUN PROCEDURE .................................................................................................................... 65
4.4.1
Sequence to Upload and Download file ....................................................... 66
5 CALIBRATION ........................................................................................................................................... 67
5.1 GENERAL ....................................................................................................................................... 67
5.2 CALIBRATION CHECK ............................................................................................................ 67
5.3 CALIBRATION ADJUSTMENTS .......................................................................................... 68
5.4 BEFORE STARTING .................................................................................................................. 68
5.5 PROCEDURES: CURRENT (measure)............................................................................. 70
5.6 PROCEDURES: CURRENT (source).................................................................................. 71
5.7 PROCEDURES: DC mV/Volts (measure) ...................................................................... 72
5.8 PROCEDURES: DC Volts (source) .................................................................................... 74
5.9 PROCEDURES: PRESSURE INDICATOR ........................................................................ 75
5.10 PROCEDURES: IDOS UPM ................................................................................................... 76
6 GENERAL SPECIFICATION ................................................................................................................ 77
7 MANUFACTURER................................................................................................................................... 79
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1 INTRODUCTION
The Druck DPI611 is a battery-powered instrument for performing
pressure and electrical calibration operations. The Druck DPI611 also
supplies the power and user interface functions for all optional items.
1.1
EQUIPMENT IN THE BOX
The following items are supplied with the Druck DPI611:
1.2
•
Standard AA size batteries
•
1/8” NPT & BSP pressure adaptors
•
Set of four test leads
•
Safety and Quick Start Guide
•
Stylus
OBSERVANCE OF THE USER MANUAL
This manual contains safety and battery installation information for
the Druck DPI611. It is the responsibility of the customer, to make sure
that all personnel operating and maintaining the equipment are
correctly trained and qualified. Before operating or using the
equipment read and obey all sections, including all WARNINGS and
CAUTIONS given in the Quick Start Guide.
1.3
GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Read and obey all the operator's local health and safety regulations
and safe working procedures or practices. When doing a procedure or
task.
•
Use only the approved tools, consumable materials and
spares to operate and maintain the equipment.
•
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Read and obey all applicable WARNING signs.
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•
Make sure that:
a) All work areas are clean and clear of unwanted tools,
equipment and materials.
b) All unwanted consumable materials are discarded in
accordance with local health and safety and
environmental regulations.
1.4
GENERAL WARNINGS
•
It is dangerous to ignore the specified limits for the instrument
or its related accessories. This can cause injuries.
•
If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the
manufacturer, the protection provided by the equipment may
be impaired.
•
Do not use the instrument in locations with explosive gas,
vapor or dust. There is a risk of an explosion.
•
Make sure all equipment is serviceable.
•
Use equipment only for the purpose for which it is provided.
•
Wear all applicable Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
•
Do not use sharp objects on the touch-screen.
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ELECTRICAL WARNINGS
•
The DC input to the DPI611 is rated at 5V (+/-5%) 4 Amps.
•
External circuits should have appropriate insulation to the
mains.
•
To prevent electrical shocks or damage to the instrument, do
not connect more than 30V CAT I between the terminals or
between the terminals and the ground (earth).
•
This instrument uses standard AA size batteries. To prevent an
explosion or fire do not short circuit.
•
The power supply input range to the optional power supply
unit is 100 – 260Vac, 50 to 60Hz, 250mA, installation category
CAT II.
•
When using the optional power supply unit as position the
power supply so as not to obstruct the supply disconnecting
device.
•
Note that the operating and storage temperature range of
the optional PSU does not match that of the DPI611. Mains
PSU operating temperature range 0°C to +40°C, storage
temperature range -40°C to +70°C.
•
To make sure the display shows the correct data, disconnect
the test leads before power is set to ON or changing to
another measure or source function.
•
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Keep the leads free from all contaminants.
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PRESSURE WARNINGS
•
Some liquid and gas mixtures are dangerous. This includes
mixtures that occur because of contamination. Make sure
that the equipment is safe to use with the necessary media.
•
It is dangerous to attach an external source of pressure to a
DPI611 pressure station. Use only the internal mechanisms to
set and control pressure in the pressure station.
•
To prevent a dangerous release of pressure, isolate and bleed
the system before disconnecting a pressure connection.
•
To prevent a dangerous release of pressure, make sure that
all the related pipes, hoses and equipment have the correct
pressure rating, are safe to use and are correctly attached.
•
To prevent damage to the DPI611 calibrator, only use it within
the specified pressure limits.
•
Do not exceed the maximum pressures stated in the
appropriate component manual for the unit under test.
•
Reduce pressure at a controlled rate when venting to
atmosphere.
•
Carefully de-pressurize all pipes to atmospheric pressure
before disconnecting and connecting to the unit under test.
•
Observe absolute cleanliness when using the instrument.
•
Severe damage can be caused if equipment connected to this
instrument is contaminated.
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•
Connect only clean equipment to the instrument. To avoid any
contamination, an external Dirt Moisture Trap (See Section
1.11.7) is recommended.
•
Always wear appropriate eye protection when working with
pressure.
1.7
OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY
The following summary of installation and measurement overvoltage
categories are derived from IEC61010-1. The overvoltage categories
indicate the severity of overvoltage transients.
Table 1-1
Overvoltage
Category
Description
Overvoltage category I has the least severe overvoltage
transients. Generally CAT I equipment is not designed to
be directly connected to the mains supply. Examples of
CAT I equipment are process loop powered devices.
Overvoltage category II describes an electrical
installation where typically single phase equipment is
connected. Examples of such equipment are appliances
and portable tools.
CAT I
CAT II
1.8
PREPARING THE INSTRUMENT
On receipt of the instrument check the contents in the box, listed in
accessories See Section 1.11. It is recommended to retain the box and
packaging for future use.
1.8.1
Initial Checks
Before you use the instrument for the first time:
•
Make sure that there is no damage to the instrument,
and that there are no missing items; See Section 1.11.
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•
1.8.2
Remove the plastic film that protects the display.
Install the Battery
•
Remove the battery cover by loosening the captive
battery cover fixing screw and lifting the cover
upwards.
•
Place the batteries in the battery compartment with
the correct +/– position.
•
Replace the battery cover by pressing the lugs inside
the slots (A) and bring down the cover, securing by
tightening the fixing screw. (See Figure 1-1).
Figure 1-1 Battery Cover Insert
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1.9
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PARTS
Figure 1-2 DPI611 Pressure Calibrator
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Table 1-2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1.9.1
ON or OFF button.
Pump mechanism and pressure/vacuum selector.
Pneumatic volume adjuster.
Test port: To attach the device under test.
Pneumatic pressure release valve to release pressure in the
system.
Electrical connectors for: Voltage Measure (V);
Current (mA+, mA-); Switch Operation.
Isolated electrical connectors for: Voltage Source (10 Vo);
24 V loop power supply (24 Vo).
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD): Color display with touchscreen. To make a selection, lightly tap on the applicable
display area.
+5 V DC power input socket.
USB type A connector for connections to external
peripherals (USB flash memory or optional external
modules).
USB mini-type B connector for communication with a
computer.
Test Port
To attach the device under test, the test
port uses “Quick fit” pressure adaptors;
See Section 1.11. These are easy to
remove, change and install; See Section
Figure 1-3
Test port
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2.1.3 (Attach/Remove the device under
test).
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Pneumatic Pressure Release Valve
This is a needle point valve that lets you
release the pressure or vacuum, or seal
the system.
OPEN
CLOSE
Figure 1-4
Pressure Release
Valve
1.10
SELECTOR
Before you turn the pressure/vacuum selector to + or -, release all the
pressure. Sudden high pressure in the pump mechanism can cause
damage.
This control sets the operation of the
instrument (pressure or vacuum). To
prevent a pressure leak, turn it fully
clockwise or counterclockwise.
Figure 1-5
Selector
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+: Pressure, - : Vacuum
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1.10.1 Pump
When you have set the operation to
pressure or vacuum (See Section 1.10),
seal the system (See Section 1.9.2) and
use the pump to set the necessary
Figure 1-6
Pump
pressure or vacuum.
You
can
then
make
the
last
adjustments with the volume adjuster
(See Section 1.10.2).
1.10.2 Volume Adjuster
This control increases or decreases the
pressure/vacuum.
Before you seal the system (See Section
1.9.2), turn this control to the necessary
Figure 1-7
Volume Adjuster
position:
•
For equal adjustment, turn it to the
middle of its range.
•
For maximum adjustment, turn it
fully clockwise or
counterclockwise.
When you have set the necessary
pressure or vacuum with the pump
(See Section 1.10.1), use the volume
adjuster to make the fine adjustments.
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ACCESSORIES:
1.11.1 Carry Case (P/N IO611-CASE-1)
A tailored fabric carry case with carrying strap allows the
DPI611 to be used without removing it from the case.
1.11.2 Rechargeable Battery pack (P/N IO611-BATTERY)
Use in place of AA cells. The battery pack is charged within the
instrument.
1.11.3 Mains Adaptor (P/N IO620-PSU)
A universal input mains adaptor (Input
voltage 100 to 240VAC (50/60Hz) and
Mains socket adaptors are provided.
1.11.4 USB Cable (P/N IO620-USB-PC)
It connects the DPI611 to a PC.
1.11.5 IDOS to USB Converter (P/N IO620-IDOS-USB)
It allows connection of an IDOS
universal pressure module to the
DPI611. USB Cable (P/N IO620-USB-PC)
is also required to connect the
converter to the DPI611 USB port.
1.11.6 USB to RS 232 Cable (P/N IO620-USB-RS232)
It connects the DPI611 to an RS232 interface.
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1.11.7 Dirt Moisture Trap (P/N IO620-IDT621)
It prevents contamination of the
DPI611 pneumatic system and cross
contamination from one device under
test to another. The trap connects
directly to the pressure port and
replicates
the
connection
DPI611
for
quick
compatibility
fit
with
standard adaptors, adaptor kits and
hoses.
1.11.8 Pneumatic Hose
A high pressure pneumatic hose rated
to 400 bar (5800 psi). The hose
connects
directly
to
the
DPI611
pressure port and replicates the quick
fit connection for compatibility with the
standard adaptors supplied and the
other adaptor kits.
P/N IO620-HOSE-P1: 1m/3,2ft pneumatic adaptor hose
P/N IO620-HOSE-P2: 2m/6.4ft pneumatic adaptor hose
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1.11.9 Pressure Adaptor set
A set of test point adaptors to connect the tool-less quick fit
DPI611 pressure port or the extension hoses to the device
under test.
P/N IO620-BSP: G1/8 male and G1/4 male, G1/4 female, G3/8
female and G1/2 female.
P/N IO620-NPT: 1/8” male and ¼” male, ¼” female, 3/8”
female and ½” female.
P/N IO620-MET: 14mm female and 20mm female.
1.11.10 Comparator Adaptor (P/N IO620-COMP)
For greater efficiency, two test devices
can be connected at the same time.
The adaptor connects to the pressure
port of the DPI611 and provides two
outlet ports. It is compatible with the
standard adaptors supplied and the
adaptor kits.
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1.12
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DRUCK DPI611, MODES
1.12.1 Power ON
From OFF – momentarily press the power button until the GE
Logo appears.
Power ON/OFF
Figure 1-8 Power Button
1.12.2 Power OFF
Press and Release the Power Button:
Select SWITCH OFF from the POWERDOWN OPTIONS window
displayed.
Figure 1-9 Power Down Options
SWITCH OFF – Full power down of DPI611 – Recommended if
unit is not going to be used for several hours (Requires full
reboot on next power up).
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GO TO STANDBY– DPI611 placed in standby mode – Reduced
power consumption from operating mode – recommended if
unit is to be inactive for short periods. (DPI611 has fast turn on
from STANDBY mode).
CANCEL – Touch CANCEL option if you do not want to Switch
Off or Standby the instrument.
1.12.3 Power up from Standby Mode
When powered-up from standby mode the instrument always
opens the last screen shown before going into standby mode.
1.13
NAVIGATION
On power up the DPI611 displays the Dashboard. The user
should select the desired option by touching the appropriate
icon. Function screens are navigated by swiping a finger from
right to left while touching the screen. List menus are
navigated by swiping a finger up and down while touching
the screen.
Figure 1-10 Dash Board
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1.13.1 Set Date, Time and Language
To access Date, Time and Language menus
Select:
DASHBOARD >>
SETTINGS >> DATE
Note: The DPI611 will maintain the date and time for 30 days
after being left without batteries. In case of loss of date and
time, replace the batteries, connect the mains adaptor to the
DPI611 and keep it turned on for 50 hours to fully recharge
the clock battery.
1.13.2 Themes
Two themes are available: Dark and Light; select the correct
theme for the light level.
Select:
DASHBOARD >>
SETTINGS >> THEME
1.13.3 DRUCK DPI611 Manual
Select the Help icon on the Dashboard to access the manual.
The manual can be downloaded onto a memory stick for
viewing or printing on a remote PC.
DASHBOARD >>
1.14
HELP
SOFTWARE AND FIRMWARE UPGRADES
1.14.1 Viewing Software Revision
The software revisions running on the DPI611 can be
viewed by selecting:
DASHBOARD >>
SETTINGS >> STATUS
>> SOFTWARE BUILD
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Note: If the software revision number is highlighted red then
an upgrade is available.
1.14.2 Upgrading the Software
Follow the website instructions to download the files onto a
USB flash memory drive.
www.ge-mcs.com
DASHBOARD >>
>> ADVANCED
SETTINGS
Enter the calibration PIN: 5487; Select the button and
continue upgrade with one of these operations.
1.14.3 Upgrade the Application Software
1. Copy the ‘AMC’ application folder into the root of a
USB flash memory device.
2. Put the USB flash memory drive into the USB type A
connector.
3. Select:
4. Follow the on-screen instructions.
1.14.4 Upgrade the Operating System and Boot Loader Software.
1. Copy the ‘OS’ folder into the root of a USB flash
memory device.
2. Put the USB flash memory drive in the USB type A
connector.
3. Select:
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4. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Note: The boot loader can only be upgraded as part of an
operating system upgrade.
Notes:
• If a mistake is made during upgrade and there are no
files to upload, follow the on-screen instructions and
complete the procedure.
• When an upgrade completes normally, the initial
operation of the touch screen may be slower (a period
of approximately 30 seconds).
• To make sure the upgrade completed correctly, use the
Status menu.
1.15
MAINTENANCE
The DPI611 instrument contains no user serviceable parts and
should be returned to a GE service center or an approved
service agent for all repairs.
Do not dispose of this product as household waste. Use an
approved organization that collects and/or recycles waste
electrical and electronic equipment.
For more information, contact our customer service
department at www.ge-mcs.com
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1.15.1 Cleaning
Do not use solvents or abrasive materials.
Clean the case and display with a lint-free cloth
and a weak detergent solution.
1.15.2 Replace the Batteries
To replace the batteries, See Section 1.8.2. Then re-attach
the cover.
All the configuration options stay in memory.
1.16
INSTRUMENT RETURN
1.16.1 Returned Material Procedure
If the instrument is unserviceable and requires a repair
return to a GE Service Center or approved Service Agents.
Web site: www.ge-mcs.com
Contact the GE Service Center, either by phone, fax or
E-mail to obtain a Returned Material Authorization (RMA)
number, providing the following information:
•
Product (i.e. Druck DPI611)
•
Serial number
•
Details of defect/work to be undertaken
•
Operating conditions
1.16.2 Safety Precautions
Provide information if the product has been in contact with
any hazardous or toxic substances and, the relevant MSDS
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and or COSHH references and precautions to be taken
when handling.
1.16.3 Important Notice
Do not use unauthorized sources to service this equipment
as this will affect the warranty and may not guarantee
further performance.
When discarding used equipment and batteries, obey all
the local health and safety procedures.
1.16.4 Instrument Disposal in the European Union
Do not dispose of this product or its battery as household
waste.
Use an approved organization that collects and/or recycles
the applicable item.
1.16.5 For more information contact
GE Sensing customer service department:
www.ge-mcs.com
1.17
ENVIRONMENT
The following conditions apply for both shipping and
storage:
Temperature Range -20°C to +70°C (-40°F to +158°F)
altitude up to 15,000 feet (4,570 meters).
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MARKS AND SYMBOLS
Complies with European Union directives
USB ports: Type A; Mini Type B connector
Ground (Earth)
DC adaptor polarity: the Centre of the plug is
negative
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2 OPERATIONS
2.1
PNEUMATIC PRESSURE OPERATIONS
2.1.1
Introduction
This section gives examples of how to connect and
use the DPI611 pressure calibrator for the necessary
pressure or vacuum operations.
Before you start:
Figure 2-1
DPI611 Pressure
Calibrator
•
Read and understand the “Safety” section.
•
Make sure that there is no damage to the
instrument and there are no missing items.
Note: Use only original parts supplied by the
manufacturer.
2.1.2
Release the Pressure
To release all the pressure in this instrument, open the
pressure release valve counterclockwise (1 turn).
To control a change in pressure conditions (for
example, to go to or through another test pressure)
Figure 2-2
Pressure Release Valve
2.1.3
use the volume adjuster (See Section 1.10.2) or open
and close the pressure release valve.
Attach/Remove the device under test
Pressurized gases are dangerous. Before you attach or
disconnect pressure equipment, safely release all the
pressure.
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To prevent damage to the instrument, do not let dirt get
into the pressure mechanism. Before you attach
equipment, make sure it is clean.
Figure 2-3
Pressure Port
The test port uses “Quick fit” pressure adaptors; See Section 1.11
(Accessories). These are easy to remove, change and install (See Figure
2-4).
a. Procedure (to Attach)
Figure 2-4 Attach / Remove Pressure connections
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Table 2-1
Step
1
2
3
4
Procedure
Remove the adaptor
Use an applicable seal for the pressure connection:
i. NPT type: Use an applicable sealant on the thread.
ii. BSP (parallel) type: We recommend a bonded seal at
the bottom.
Attach the adaptor to the device; if necessary use one of
the alternative adaptors listed in Section 1.11
(Accessories), then tighten to the applicable torque.
Re-attach the adaptor to the test port and tighten it until
it is hand tight only.
b. Procedure (to Remove)
To remove a device, first release the pressure (See
Section 2.1.2). You can then do steps 4, 3, and 1
mentioned in Section 2.1.3 but do the operations in
the reverse order.
2.1.4
Vacuum or Pressure Operation
1
2
3
4
5
Figure 2-5 Vacuum or Pressure operation
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Table 2-2
Step Procedure (Vacuum)
1
Set to vacuum operation
(-).
2
To do equal adjustments
(up or down) at the end of
the procedure, turn the
volume adjuster to the
middle of its range of
operation.
3
Seal the system.
4
Use the pump to set the
maximum vacuum or set
the vacuum you want to
adjust.
5
Adjust the vacuum
(+ decrease; - increase).
2.2
CALIBRATOR OPERATIONS
2.2.1
Basic Calibrator Operation
1.
Step
1
2
3
4
5
Procedure (Pressure)
Set to Pressure operation
(+).
To do equal adjustments
(up or down) at the end of
the procedure, turn the
volume adjuster to the
middle of its range of
operation.
Seal the system.
Use the pump to set the
maximum pressure or set
the pressure you want to
adjust.
Adjust the pressure
(+ decrease; - increase).
Select:
DASHBOARD >>
2.
Table 2-3
CALIBRATOR
Select the channel by performing the following tasks.
•
Swipe to the TASK MENU by swiping the display
from right to left.
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Figure 2-6 Task Menu
a)
Saving Tasks
At any point within the TASK MENU the currently
active tasks can be saved to FAVOURITES by selecting
Save
Task.
Note: Saved Function is what is currently active in
the calibrator window. It is NOT a selected Task –
refer to COPY TASK to copy selected Task to the
favourites
b)
Calibrator
I.
Select CALIBRATOR from the TASK MENU.
This will allow the user to select from
commonly used combinations of functions.
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Figure 2-7 Calibrator
II.
Select the required function by touching
either the appropriate text or diagram. The
DPI611 will set the functions and return to the
main Calibrator screen.
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Figure 2-8 Calibrator with selected option
III.
Functions can be copied to FAVOURITES by
selecting as shown in Figure 2-8 and selecting
Copy Task
.
If the required task is not available as a Default, a new
task should be created using CUSTOM TASK.
c)
Favourites
I.
Selecting FAVOURITES from the TASK MENU
allows selection of all SAVED and COPIED
tasks.
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Figure 2-9 Favourites
II.
Select the required function by touching
either the appropriate text or diagram. The
DPI611 will set the functions and return to the
main calibrator screen.
III.
d)
Task can be deleted by selecting DELETE
.
Custom Task
I.
Select the CUSTOM TASK option from TASK
MENU.
This will allow the user to set up the Electrical,
Pressure and USB (IDOS) channels.
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Figure 2-10 Task Settings Menu
II.
Select
to enter the CHANNEL SETTINGS
menu.
is used for pressure measurements. (See
Section 2.3)
IDOS is used for external IDOS sensors.
(See Section 2.4)
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Figure 2-11 Channel Settings Menu
III.
•
Setup a channel for measurement
DIRECTION selects
Source or
measure for the selected function.
•
FUNCTION selects the function required
(E.g.: Current or Voltage). For more options, scroll
down the menu by swiping the display from
bottom to top.
•
UNITS selects the type of unit required, (E.g:
Volts, Amps), please note that there may only be 1
type of unit available in particular Functions.
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•
UTILITY selects the required utility (See Section
2.2.2 for details).
•
CAPTION allows the user to change the
caption, if required.
•
CAPTION RESET allows the user to reset the
caption.
•
Once all settings have been selected, press
button at the bottom of the screen to return
the
to the TASK SETTINGS screen.
•
Please note for the settings to be set the user
must also press the
button in the TASK
SETTINGS menu.
•
Repeat the above if another channel is
required.
2.2.2
Set the Function Utility Options
For each function only one utility may be active. Not all source and
measure functions have associated utilities. For all options, the
button resets the additional readings.
a. Max/Min. Avg
This utility is only available with measure functions.
The additional values displayed show the minimum, maximum, and
average values of the input signal.
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Figure 2-12 Max/Min Example
b. Switch Test
This utility is available with pressure functions.
The additional values displayed show signal values (measure or source)
when the instrument detects a switch opening and closing. The
difference between the two values is displayed as hysteresis value for
the switch. This utility can be used with Ramp Automation, where the
rising signal causes the switch to change state and the falling signal
causes the switch to resume its’ original state.
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Figure 2-13 Switch Test Example
c. Relief Valve
This utility is only available with measure functions.
This utility tests circuits or mechanisms that have a cut-out response
when an input reaches a defined threshold value. The utility allows the
user to select a mode of operation which can be rising or falling. The
utility displays additional values that represent the maximum and
minimum values achieved by the input signal.
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Figure 2-14 Relief Valve Example
Rising
Falling
Max
Min
Max
Min
Figure 2-15 Relief Valve Utility
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Measurement Display Options
There are 2 display views in the CALIBRATOR screen when
multiple channels are in use:
•
Figure 2-16 displays a reduced view of all the selected
channels.
Figure 2-16 Calibration Window – Reduced View
•
Figure 2-17 displays an expanded view of the selected
channel and minimizes the remaining channels.
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Figure 2-17 Calibration Window - Expanded View
The display options can be changed by pressing the channel
the user wants to display in expanded view.
Selecting
2.2.4
displays all channels in the reduced view.
Example Procedures
a.
Example Procedure: Measure or Source Current with
internal loop power
•
Figure 2-18 shows CH1 set-up to measure or source a
current with internal loop power.
Note: Loop drive is provided by connecting to the 2 red
terminals on the front of the DPI611 and enabling
Current (24V) as the electrical function.
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Figure 2-18 Measure current on CH1. Range ± 55 mA
1. Set the applicable software options.
2. Complete the electrical connections and continue
with the measure or source operation.
3. Source only (Automation). Set the applicable output
value.
b. Example Procedure: Measure Voltage
•
Figure 2-19 shows CH1 set-up to measure a DC voltage
(± 30 V) or DC mV (± 2000 mV).
Figure 2-19 Measure DC Volts or DC mV on CH1.
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1. Set the applicable software options.
2. Complete the electrical connections and continue
with the measure operation.
c. Example Procedure: Measure or Source Current with
External Loop drive
•
Figure 2-20 and Figure 2-21 show how to set-up to
measure (±55mA) or source (0 to 24mA) a current with
external loop power.
Figure 2-20 Measure current with external loop power (Range: ±55mA)
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Figure 2-21 Source current with external loop power. (Range: 0 to 24 mA)
1. Set the applicable software options.
2. Complete the electrical connections and continue
with the measure or source operation.
3. Source only (Automation): Set the applicable output
value.
d. Example Procedure: Switch Test
Switch Test is only valid when a Pressure Function is
selected.
Switch operation
When setting the Switch Test, the software automatically
sets the electrical channel to the switch test function.
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Note: If there is an electrical function already selected it
will automatically be disabled. The display will show a
screen message.
Figure 2-22 Switch Test
e. Example Procedure: Measure Voltage with Internal
Voltage Source
Figure 2-23 shows CH1 set-up to measure a DC voltage
(± 30 V) or DC mV (± 2000 mV) with Internal Voltage Source
(e.g. for use with Resistive bridge).
Note: Internal Voltage is provided by connecting to the
Vo terminals on the front of the DPI611 and enabling
Voltage (10V) or Millivolts (10V) as the electrical function.
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Figure 2-23 Measure DC Volts (10V) or DC mV (10V) on CH1
1. Set the applicable software options.
2. Complete the electrical connections and continue
with the measure operation.
2.3
PRESSURE CALIBRATION
PRESSURE TASKS are available in the TASK MENU. See Section 2.2.1
Basic Calibrator Operation for details.
Select the required function by touching either the appropriate text or
diagram. The DPI611 will set the functions and return to the
CALIBRATOR screen.
Pressure Functions can also be selected through the CUSTOM TASK
function. See Section 2.2.1 for details.
If required, change the Units or the function. If necessary, set a Utility
for the function:
• Max/Min/Avg
• Switch Test
• Relief valve
• Leak Test
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Figure 2-24 Channel Settings
Note: UNITS and UTLILITIES are accessed through
selecting the function through CUSTOM TASK.
2.3.1
Set up a Leak Test
This utility is only available in Pressure Measurement modes.
This utility provides a test to calculate the leak of a system.
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Figure 2-25 Leak Test Example
To configure leak test:
1. Set the Utility to Leak Test.
Select:
2. Set the following periods
WAIT TIME:
The
time
before
the
test
starts
in
hours:minutes:seconds (hh:mm:ss).
TEST TIME:
The period of the leak test in hours:minutes:seconds
(hh:mm:ss)
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3. Use
to start the Leak Test
4. Use
to stop the Leak Test.
Set the Pressure Module to Zero
Use this option to write a new zero pressure value to the pressure
module in use. The sensor adjustment is permitted if it obeys the
condition that follows:
• Adjustment ≤10% FS positive pressure value (for the Sensor).
Note: To make a temporary adjustment for zero, use the
Tare function.
2.3.3
Error Indications
Under range:
The display shows this symbol for this condition:
<<<<<
Reading < 110% Negative Full Scale (Pressure)
Reading < 102% Negative Full Scale (Electrical)
The display shows this symbol for this condition:
>>>>>
Reading > 110% Positive Full Scale (Pressure)
Reading > 102% Positive Full Scale (Electrical)
If the display shows <<<< (under range) or >>>> (over range):
• Make sure that the range is correct.
• Make sure that all the related equipment and connections are
serviceable.
Over range:
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MEASURE PRESSURE: IDOS Option
Optional item, An IDOS Universal Pressure Module (UPM) uses
Intelligent Digital Output Sensor (IDOS) technology to measure the
applied pressure and supply the data to an IDOS instrument. Before
using an IDOS module, (Ref: User Manual: K0378, Druck IDOS UPM).
Note: To attach an IDOS module to the Druck DPI611
use an IO620-IDOS-USB adaptor.
Figure 2-26 IDOS Module
2.4.1
IDOS Option Assembly Instructions
Table 2-4
Step
1
2
3
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Procedure
Attach one end of the adaptor IO620-IDOS-USB to the
IDOS module
Push the Type A end of USB Cable into the USB socket
on the instrument and the type B end into the adaptor
(IO620-IDOS-USB)
Set the instrument power on
When this symbol flashes at the top of the display, it
shows there is communication between the IDOS
module and the calibrator
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IDOS Function Procedures
The procedures for an IDOS module are the same as for the internal
pressure sensor.
Enable the IDOS module from the TASK menu:
• IDOS function (Measure or Differential)
• If necessary, change the Units for the function
•
If necessary, set a Utility for the function:
I.
Max/Min/Avg
II.
Switch Test
III.
Leak Test
IV.
Relief Valve
The Settings menu for the IDOS module contains the following
options.
•
•
•
•
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Units.
Process (Tare, Alarm, Filter, Flow, Scaling).
Zero. The procedure is the same for an IDOS module or the
internal pressure sensor. Zero the gauge sensor before use.
Resolution. Select the number of digits to be displayed.
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3 DATA LOGGING OPERATION
Select the
DATA LOGGING option on the Dashboard. The Data
Logging function records instrument readings so they can be
reviewed or analyzed.
Figure 3-1 Data Logging
The data file can be reviewed by using the following:
•
RECALL
The data file can be processed externally by using the following:
•
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TRANSFER
o
Transfer to a USB Flash Drive
o
Transfer to a Computer via serial port
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This chapter describes how to use the Data Logging function to log
data to a file.
In Data Logging mode the display data from all active channels is
stored at each data point.
The data can be stored:
•
Periodically
•
Key press
The data is stored in the internal memory or on a USB Flash Drive
connected to the Unit until the Data Logging is stopped.
3.1
SET-UP
Before starting, set all channels to the correct functions. (See Chapter
OPERATIONS). To access the Data logging function do the following:
DASHBOARD >>
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DATA LOGGING>> SETUP
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Figure 3-2 Data logging Setup
•
FILENAME
Enter the filename (10 characters maximum).
•
TRIGGER
Select one of the following:
a. Key Press (logs one data point each time the button is
pressed).
b. Periodic (logs one data point at a set time interval).
•
PERIOD
This option is used to set the time interval for periodic data
logging.
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To start Data Logging Mode:
1. Select appropriate options and enter filename for Data Log
file.
Note: When entering filename it is first necessary to select
destination (INTERNAL or USB FLASH DRIVE)
button.
2. Select the
3.2
OPERATION
In periodic mode, to begin data logging tap ‘Start logging’
button.
In Key press mode, a data point is taken every time the user taps the
log button
To stop Data Logging select
The data logging indicator
flashes to indicate whenever a
reading is logged.
3.3
FILE REVIEW
DASHBOARD >>
DATA LOGGING>> RECALL
To view a data file point by point do the following:
1. Tap the Filename button to display the list of data files.
2. Select the file to be displayed.
3. Tap
to see the data display.
4. To step the display one data point, tap the Next Log
button
.
Note: The data point number sequence is displayed in the
top right-hand corner (e.g. 4 of 100).
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5. To go back one data point, press the Previous Log button
.
6. Exit the screen.
3.4
FILE MANAGEMENT
The data log file management options are as follows:
•
TRANSFER
Upload data log files to another computer.
•
ERASE
Delete data log files.
•
MEMORY STATUS
Displays amount of free memory.
3.4.1
Transfer
Data may be transferred as follows:
•
USB Flash Drive: Selected files are written in the root
folder of the USB Flash Drive.
•
USB Serial Port: Transfers data as a text file to a
computer. A communications program can be used
to receive the data (e.g. Microsoft® Hyper Terminal).
The serial set-up is as follows:
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Baud rate:
19,200 bits/sec
Data bits:
8
Parity:
none
Stop bits:
1
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Erase
The Erase options are as follows:
•
ERASE ONE FILE: Select file and tap tick bottom right
on the screen to erase.
•
3.4.3
CLEAR INTERNAL: Clears all internal files.
Memory Status
The MEMORY STATUS button will show the amount of
available memory in the areas that follow:
3.5
•
Internal
•
USB Flash Drive (if fitted)
DATA FORMAT
The data files are produced in a Comma Separated Variable (csv)
format (See Figure 3-3). This allows the data to be imported into a
spreadsheet (e.g. Microsoft ® Excel). The first section of the data file
contains the following:
FILENAME - The data file name
COLUMNS - Information for internal use
START - Data log start time
VERSION - Data format version
CHANNEL - The function setting of each active channel
The second section of the data file contains the following:
Individual headings
Data point data
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Figure 3-3 Example .csv Data log File
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4 DOCUMENTATION
This chapter describes the Documenting functions available with the
Druck DPI611 calibrator as follows:
4.1
•
ANALYSIS
•
RUN PROCEDURE
ANALYSIS
The Analysis function takes readings from two or more DPI611
channels to calibrate the transfer characteristic of the device being
tested. One channel is the Reference channel and is used as follows:
•
It provides a measure of the input signal to the device.
•
If the device is a pressure transmitter the Reference channel
would be Pressure, measuring the input pressure to the
device.
The other channel is the Input channel and is used as follows:
•
Measures the output signal from the device
•
If calibrating a process transmitter it could be the electrical
channel in Current Measure mode.
Any active channel that is not defined as Reference is Input by default.
There must be one Reference channel and at least one Input channel
defined for the Analysis function set-up to be correct.
At each value the Analysis function calculates the difference of each
Input channel to the ideal transfer characteristic and compares this to
a tolerance limit.
•
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•
The tolerance test result is shown a Pass
or
Fail
icon.
4.2
SET-UP
1. Set the Druck DPI611 channels in the Calibrator function. (See
Section 2.2).
2. Connect the calibrator to the device under test.
3. Enter the Documenting function.
DASHBOARD >>
DOCUMENTING
4. Tap the ANALYSIS button.
4.2.1
Define the Reference Channel
1.
Tap the channel button that is to be used as the Reference
channel for the analysis.
Figure 4-1 Select Reference Channel
2. Set the channel type to Reference.
3. All other channel settings for that channel are cancelled. All
other active channels are set to Input.
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Define each Input Channel
Tap each Input channel button to set the Input options.
Figure 4-2 Select Input Options
SCALING
The scaling values are two pairs of values that
define the ideal transfer characteristic:
The maximum and minimum Reference signal values
(Reference High and Reference Low) and the
corresponding Input signal values (Input High and
Input Low).
ERROR TYPE -
Selects how the deviation from the ideal transfer
characteristic is to be displayed. This can be one of
the following:
% Span- a percentage of the Input signal span.
% Rdg - a percentage of the Input signal reading.
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LINEARITY -
The transfer characteristic from Reference to Input
signal. This can be one of the following:
Linear - a proportional response.
Square Root - often found in flow sensors.
TOLERANCE 4.3
The test limits for the deviation from the transfer
characteristic.
ANALYSIS FUNCTION
Set Input channel parameters (See Section 4.2), and return to
CHANNEL SETUP screen.
Select the Start button
.
The Analysis window displays the following:
•
The deviation of each Input channel from the ideal transfer
characteristic.
•
A tolerance limit test icon
Pass
(within tolerance test limit)
Fail
(outside tolerance test limit)
To check the full range of the device do the following:
1. Step the Reference signal value through its range.
2. Check the Analysis window at each step.
3. If the Reference is sourced from the calibrator, move to the
channel window to change the Reference value.
4. Return to the Analysis window.
5.
When the analysis is complete exit the window by selecting
exit
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RUN PROCEDURE
The purpose of the Run procedure is to do calibration procedures
which have been downloaded from 4 Sight software. The 4 Sight
calibration procedures contain all the values to calibrate a device
under test (test points, ramp time).
The same calibration procedure can be used for all the applicable
devices under test. To use the Run Procedure function, the following
items are required:
•
A copy of the 4 Sight Calibration Software.
•
Standard USB lead (as supplied).
•
A Druck DPI611 calibrator device driver available as a
download from the website www.ge-mcs.com.
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Sequence to Upload and Download file
Table 4-1
Step
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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Procedure
Connect the USB cable (See Section 1.11, Accessories)
to the Druck DPI611 calibrator.
Connect the lead to the USB port on the computer
that has the calibrator manager installed.
Use 4 Sight to set-up the procedure and create a
work order for the device.
The procedure includes the parameters for the
calibration, the number of test points, the relationship
and pass/fail tolerance.
Use the Download button in calibrator manager to
Download the file to the Druck DPI611 calibrator. A
communications symbol will be displayed at the
bottom of the screen.
Select:
DASHBOARD >> DOCUMENTING >> RUN PROCEDURE
In the Results window, select the filename specified in
calibrator manager.
Enter the User ID and the DUT Serial Number.
Tap on the Start button . The procedure sets up the
necessary Channel options e.g. mA and Volts.
Use the Take Reading button at each point specified
by the procedure. A prompt show for each point.
When all the readings are complete, tap on the Exit
Button . Look at the results on the display
(As found/As Left).
To complete the process, use the calibrator manager
to Upload the file back into the 4 Sight database.
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5 CALIBRATION
5.1
GENERAL
The instrument is supplied by the manufacturer, complete with
calibration certificate(s). A calibration period of 12 months is
recommended. The actual calibration interval depends on instrument
usage and the total measurement uncertainty acceptable for the
specified application.
The DPI611 is a very precise measuring instrument and the test
equipment and conditions of test must be suitable for the type of
work. The calibration check and calibration adjustment should be
carried out in a controlled environment by a calibration technician.
Note: A calibration technician must have the necessary
technical knowledge, documentation, special test
equipment and tools to carry out the calibration work on
this equipment.
Note: GE Measurement and Control can provide a
calibration service that is traceable to international
standards.
Note: GE Measurement and Control recommend
returning the instrument to the manufacturer or an
approved service agent for calibration. If using an
alternative calibration facility, check that it uses the
standards that follow.
5.2
CALIBRATION CHECK
At the chosen calibration interval, the instrument readings should be
compared with a known pressure standard.
The recommended method starts at 0, increasing in 20% steps to
100% full-scale and then decreasing in 20% steps to 0.
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Note any deviations between the instrument and the pressure
standard and consider traceability (accuracy to a National Standard).
If, after a calibration check, the results exceed the tolerance in the
specification (or other suitable performance standard), carry out a
calibration adjustment.
5.3
CALIBRATION ADJUSTMENTS
If the instrument is operating correctly, only zero and full-scale
calibration will vary. Any excessive non-linearity or temperature
effects indicate a fault. The instrument should be returned to a
qualified service agent.
5.4
BEFORE STARTING
Use only original parts supplied by the manufacturer. To do an
accurate calibration, use the following:
•
Calibration equipment specified in Table 5-1.
•
Stable temperature environment: 21 ± 1°C (70 ± 2°F).
Before starting a calibration procedure, it is recommended leaving the
equipment in the calibration environment for a minimum of two
hours.
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Table 5-1
Function
Current
Voltage
Millivolts
Pressure
(P1)
IDOS
Calibration equipment
(ppm = parts per million)
Current (mA) calibrator.
Accuracy - Current measure/source,
See Table 5-2 and Table 5-3.
Volts calibrator.
Accuracy - Voltage measure/source,
See
Table 5-5 or Table 5-6.
mV calibrator.
Accuracy - Millivolts measure/source,
See Table 5-4 .
All Ranges total uncertainty of 0.025% reading or
better.
UPM only. Refer to the user manual for the IDOS UPM.
Before starting the calibration, check the time and date on the
instrument are correct.
To do a calibration on a measure or source function, use the
advanced menu option.
Select:
DASHBOARD >>
>> ADVANCED
SETTINGS
Enter the calibration PIN: 4321
Select the
button.
Select: PERFORM CALIBRATION
Then select a function and start the calibration:
1. Select channel
2. Select function
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3. Select range (if applicable)
4. Follow on-screen instructions
When the calibration is complete, set the next calibration date.
5.5
PROCEDURES: CURRENT (measure)
Do the procedure as follows:
1. Connect the applicable calibration equipment (See Table 5-1)
2. Let the equipment get to a stable temperature (minimum: 5
minutes since the last power on).
3. Use the calibration menu (See Section 5.4) to do a three-point
calibration (-FS, Zero and +FS) for each range: 20 mA and 55
mA.
4. Check the calibration is correct.
•
Select the applicable Current (measure) function.
•
Apply the values that follow:
mA: -55, -25, -20, -10, -5, 0 (open circuit)
mA: 0, 5, 10, 20, 25, 55.
•
Check the error is in the specified limits (See Table
5-2).
Table 5-2 Current (measure) error limits
Applied
mA
±55
±25
±20
±10
Calibrator
uncertainty
(mA)
0.0030
0.0025
0.00063
0.00036
Permitted
DPI611 error (mA)
0.0057
0.0043
0.0022
0.0016
±5
0.00025
0.0013
0 (open circuit)
0.0002
0.0010
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PROCEDURES: CURRENT (source)
When recalibrating measure and source functions for this range, the
measure function must be adjusted before the source function.
Do the procedure as follows:
1. Connect the applicable calibration equipment
(See Table 5-1):
•
CH1 (24 mA range): (See Table 5-3).
2. Let the equipment get to a stable temperature (minimum: 5
minutes since the last power on).
3. Use the calibration menu (See Section 5.4 ) to do a two-point
calibration (0.2 mA and FS):
•
CH1: 24 mA.
4. Check the calibration is correct:
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•
Select the applicable Current (source) function
•
Apply the values that follow:
•
mA:
0.2, 6, 12, 18, 24
Check the error is within limits (See Table 5-3)
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Table 5-3 Current (source) error limits
5.7
Applied
mA
0.2
6
12
18
Calibrator
uncertainty
(mA)
0.00008
0.00023
0.00044
0.0065
Permitted
DPI611 error
(mA)
0.0013
0.0017
0.0020
0.0024
24
0.0012
0.0028
PROCEDURES: DC mV/Volts (measure)
Do the procedure as follows:
1. Connect the applicable calibration equipment (See Table 5-1).
2. Let the equipment get to a stable temperature (minimum: 5
minutes since the last power on).
3. Use the calibration menu (See Section 5.4) to do a three-point
calibration.
(-FS, Zero and +FS) for the applicable set of ranges:
mV (measure) ranges
Volts (measure) ranges
200 mV
2000 mV
4. Check the calibration is correct:
•
20 V
30 V
Select the applicable Millivolts or Voltage (measure)
function.
•
Apply the input values that are applicable to the
Calibration:
mV: -2000, -1000, -200, -100, 0 (short circuit)
mV: 0, 100, 200, 1000, 2000
Volts (V): -30, -21, -20, -10, -5, 0 (short circuit)
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Volts (V): 0, 5, 10, 20, 21, 30.
•
Check that the error is within limits (See Table 5-4
and Table 5-5).
Table 5-4 Millivolts (measure) error limits
Applied
mV
±2000
±1000
±200
±100
Calibrator
uncertainty
(mV)
0.051
0.040
0.051
0.0040
Permitted
DPI611 error
(mV)
0.1280
0.0940
0.0148
0.0110
0 (short circuit)
0.0036
0.0070
Table 5-5 Voltage (measure) error limits
Applied
V
±30
±21
±20
±10
Calibrator
uncertainty
(V)
0.00052
0.00040
0.00031
0.00016
Permitted
DPI611 error
(V)
0.00180
0.00154
0.00118
0.00089
±5
0.00008
0.00075
0
0.000024
0.00060
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PROCEDURES: DC Volts (source)
Do the procedure as follows:
1. Connect the applicable calibration equipment (See Table 5-1).
2. Let the equipment get to a stable temperature (minimum: 5
minutes since the last power on).
3. Use the calibration menu (See Section 5.4) to do a two-point
calibration for the applicable range:
Volts (source) range
10 V
24 V
4. Check the calibration is correct:
•
Select the applicable Voltage (10V) or Current (24V)
(measure) function (See Section 5.7).
•
10V
24V
Check the error is within limits (See Table 5-6).
Table 5-6 Voltage (source) error limits
Source
V
10
24
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Calibrator
uncertainty
(V)
0.0001
0.0004
Permitted
DPI611 error
(V)
0.0015
0.0036
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PROCEDURES: PRESSURE INDICATOR
Do the procedure as follows:
1. Connect the instrument to the pressure standard.
2. Let the equipment get to a stable temperature (minimum: 60
minutes since the last power on).
3. Use the calibration menu (See Section 5.4) to do a two-point
calibration.
•
Zero and +FS for gauge sensors.
4. Check the calibration is correct:
•
Select the applicable pressure function.
•
Apply the following pressure values.
o
•
Apply the following pressure values.
o
•
0, 20, 40, 60, 80, 100, 80, 60, 40, 20 (%FS).
-200, -400, -600, -800, -600, -400, -200, 0 mbar.
Check the error is within limits
From the datasheet use the values in the Accuracy
column.
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PROCEDURES: IDOS UPM
(Refer: User Manual IDOS UPM).
When the calibration is complete, the instrument automatically sets a
new calibration date in the UPM.
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6 GENERAL SPECIFICATION
For a full specification of the Druck DPI611 calibrator and its related
accessories refer to the relevant product datasheet.
The DPI 611 is suitable for indoor use with the following environmental
requirements. It is permitted to use the DPI 611 outdoors as a portable
instrument if the environmental requirements are met.
Table 6-1
Display
Languages
Operating
temperature
Storage temperature
Ingress Protection
Humidity
Size: 110 mm (4.3in) diagonal. 480 x 272 pixels.
LCD: Color display with touch-screen
English (default), Chinese, Dutch, French,
German, Italian, Japanese, Korean,
Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
-10oC to 50oC (14oF to 122oF), 0oC to 40oC (32oF
to 104oF) when powered from optional mains
adaptor IO620-PSU
-20oC to 70oC (-4oF to 158oF)
IP54. Protected against dust and splashing
water from any direction
0 to 90% RH none condensing. To Def Stan 6631, 8.6 cat III
Approved
Size (L:W:H)
BS EN 61010-1:2010 / MIL-PRF-28800F
CLASS 2
Up to 2000m
BS EN 61326-1:2013
BS EN 61010-1:2010
Pressure Equipment Directive - Class: Sound
Engineering Practice (SEP)
Polycarbonate, polyamide, polypropylene,
acrylic, cotton
CE Marked
270 x 130 x 120mm (10.6 x 5.1 x 4.7 in)
Weight
1.96Kg (4.3lb) including batteries
Shock / Vibration
Altitude
EMC
Electrical safety
Pressure safety
Enclosure materials
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Power supply
Battery life
Connectivity
8 x AA alkaline batteries
Optional mains adaptor P/N IO620-PSU 100–
260V +/- 10%, 50 / 60Hz AC, Output DC V=5A,
1.6A
18 to 26 hours depending on functions
USB type A, USB type mini B
Note 1: The DPI611 has been assessed to the European
IEC60529 standard as having an ingress protection rating of
IP54, but this is for reliability purposes and not for safety
reasons.
Note 2: To meet the immunity requirements of annex A of
EN61326-1:2013, when used in an industrial environment, the
unit must be battery powered to guarantee measurement
specification
Note 3: The case of the DPI611 is not suitable for prolonged
exposure to UV.
Note 4: The DPI611 is not suitable for permanent installation
in an outdoor environment.
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7 MANUFACTURER
Druck Limited
Fir Tree Lane
Groby
Leicester
LE6 0FH
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)116 231 7100
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