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Omega DRN-ACC Owner Manual
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Power Input and Analog Output Setup:
To connect the signal input proceed as follows:
1. Connect a DC power supply with an output voltage
between 10 to 32 Volt DC to the signal conditioner (J1).
Note: If power supply used has current limiting, it may not
be able to power the signal conditioners if the available output
voltage is around 10 Volt, since the peak current may reach 1
to 5 Amp for a few milliseconds.
2. Determine the maximum current to be measured.
3. Determine the appropriate input connection. i.e. 10 mA,
100 mA have the same input, 1 Amp and 5 Amps have
their own dedicated input. The return is common to all
inputs.
4. Ensure that if the selected range is different from the default
(5A) then change the internal range by using the Setup
Software and select the appropriate range.
5. Connect the signal input to screw terminal, and ensure that
the screws are tight. Failure to do so may cause electrical
shock should the wires become loose and come out of the
screw terminal.
6. To verify that the set up is correct, you may connect a DVM
to the analog output. Once connected, power the signal
conditioner and apply a known current from an AC source to
input. Measure and compare with expected values. To
custom scale the analog output proceed to the next step.
7. To view/change the scaling that relates the analog output to
signal input: connect the RS232 output of the signal
conditioner to an available serial port of a computer. The
cable and the DB9 or DB25 connectors are available as an
option.
8. Turn on the computer, start Windows 3.0 or higher and run
the Signal Conditioner Configuration Setup Program. If the
program has not been installed, then insert the 3.5Ó floppy
disk in either drive A or B. From the Program Manager
choose File, Run; in the command box type either A: setup or
B: setup according to your drive designation. The program
will create an icon for the signal conditioner. You may start
the program by clicking on this icon.
9. Start the configuration program, you need to indicate which
serial port is to be used for serial communication by checking
the appropriate check box on the opening menu.
Note: It is not necessary to know the serial communication
protocol. i.e. baud rate, parity, 7/8 data bit and stop bit; the
program will determine this information automatically.
However, it is good practice to mark the protocols used on the
signal conditioner label if different from default.
10. Once the program starts it will automatically detect the
signal conditioner configuration and will display a window of
available options. To view the signal input click on the
display on/off.
11. To change analog output scaling choose analog output
scaling and enter the desired values.
12. Once the custom scaling is finished, ensure that Send
Configuration is clicked, otherwise the changes will not take
effect.
13. The input/output scaling may be fine tuned, while both
communication and analog output are active. You may make
a change to the analog output in the configuration program,
and watch the DVM connected to analog output of the signal
conditioner follow the new settings.
14. You may save or print a particular configuration by
selecting the file menu. ItÕs always a good practice to both
print and save the scaling of each signal conditioner.
15. If the program is not able to establish communication then
an error message is displayed. This happens either when the
wrong serial port is specified or when the cable is
disconnected.
DRN-ACC
AC Current Signal Conditioner
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DRN-ACC
AC CURRENT INPUT
General Description:
The DRN Series of DIN rail-mountable signal conditioners are
available for Thermocouple, RTD, Strain, Process, AC Voltage,
AC Current and Pulse/Totalizer input types.
The factory calibrated signal conditioners are ideal for all
process and power monitoring applications, they feature 3way isolation, high accuracy input, programmable outputs,
and are excellent front end interfaces for programmable logic
controllers or data acquisition systems. For maximum user
configurability the signal conditioners allow complete inputoutput scaling via a RS-232 connection to any PC or PLC.
Software Description:
The signal conditioner configuration program is a MS
DOS/Windows program (this manual is for the Windows
version). It is designed especially for the DRN Series Signal
Conditioner. This program will run on any PC with Windows
application and will start automatically.
Free Serial Communication software and ActiveX Controls
are on the CD-ROM enclosed with this shipment.
To download the latest software release
(or request a free CD-ROM) please go to:
www.omega.com/software
INPUT RANGES:
10 mA, 100 mA, 1 Amp, 5 Amp AC current
Dedicated input terminals for (10, 100 mA same input),
1 Amp and 5 Amp. Return terminal common to all ranges.
FREQUENCY RANGE:
30 Hz to 1KHz
INPUT IMPEDANCE:
ANALOG OUTPUT SIGNAL TYPE:
Voltage: 0-10 Volt, maximum current 10mA
Current: 0-20 mA or 4-20 mA, maximum compliance
voltage 10 Volts (maximum loop resistance 500½)
ANALOG OUTPUT LINEARITY:
0.1% of FS
ANALOG OUTPUT STEP RESPONSE TIME:
ISOLATION:
INPUT POWER:
Dielectric strength to 1000 Vrms transient per 1 minute test
based on EN 61010 for 50 Vdc or Vrms working voltage.
Three way Isolation:
¥ Power to input
¥ Power to analog output/communication
¥ Input to analog output/communication
10 to 32 Volt DC
COMMON MODE REJECTION:
-5 to +55 ¡C
100 dB
STORAGE TEMPERATURE:
INPUT OVER-CURRENT PROTECTION:
-40 to +85 ¡C
10% Above full scale continuously
100% Above full scale for 10 seconds
RELATIVE HUMIDITY:
ANALOG TO DIGITAL TECHNIQUE:
Dual slope
¥Your choice of the signal conditioner
¥IBM PC or compatible
¥Windows software 3.1 or higher, or Windows 95/98
¥RJ12 connector with telephone cable
¥Adapter (DB9 or DB25 to RJ12)
READ RATE:
3 readings/second
ACCURACY AT 25 ¡C:
± 0.2% of FS from 30 Hz to 1 KHz
TEMPERATURE STABILITY:
10, 100 mA Range 100 ppm/¡C typical
1 Amp Range 150 ppm/¡C typical
5 Amp Range 200 ppm/¡C typical
STEP RESPONSE FOR RS232 OUTPUT:
2 seconds to 99% of the final value
(Filter time constant = 64)
RESPONSE TIME:
To verify the response time, check the carriage return <CR>,
it will be sent at the end of the response. You can send
another command after you receive the <CR>.
i.e.
send: *X01
response: X01<DATA><CR>
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WARM UP TO RATED ACCURACY:
30 minutes
3.3 Ohms for 10, 100 mA input
0.2 Ohms for 1 Amp input
0.04 Ohms for 5 Amp input
What You need:
Setting up your System
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2 seconds to 99% of final value
RETURN
5A
1A
100mA
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SIGNAL INPUT
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POWER CONSUMPTION:
+
2.4 Watts (100 mA at 24 V DC)
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N/C
P
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OPERATING AMBIENT:
90% at 40 ¡C non-condensing
DIMENSIONS:
Introduction:
The AC current input signal conditioners are high
performance instruments that measure AC currents in 4
ranges with dedicated inputs. The current ranges are 10
mA, 100 mA, 1 Amp and 5 Amps. Key features of the signal
conditioners are built in internal current shunts, scalable
analog output and a simple RS232 interface for scaling analog
output and range selection. The RS232 interface may also be
used for digital transmission of the input signal to a computer
or a PLC. Additional features include three way isolation
between DC power, signal input and analog output/RS232.
Operation:
Note: When connecting a current signal, ensure that the input
signal current is less than or equal to the rating indicated on
signal input label.
THERE ARE NO PROTECTIONS AGAINST
OVERCURRENT AND THE UNIT WILL BE DAMAGED IF
THE INPUT CURRENT EXCEEDS THE MAXIMUM
RATING.
PLEASE
OBSERVE
THE
INPUT
SIGNAL
CONNECTION SPECIFIED IN THE SECTION BELOW .
THIS DEVICE MUST ONLY BE INSTALLED BY A
PROFESSIONAL ELECTRICIAN.
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