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Table of
Contents
DRST-BG MV Transmitter
Table of Contents
Section .........................................................................
Page
Section 1
Introduction ..................................................................................... 4
1.2 Supply .......................................................................................... 4
1.3 Input Range ................................................................................ 4
1.4 Output Range ............................................................................. 4
1.5 Application.................................................................................. 4
1.6 Technical Characteristics .......................................................... 5
1.7 Inputs ........................................................................................... 5
1.8 Digital input ................................................................................ 5
1.9 Taring ........................................................................................... 5
1.10 Standard current/voltage output .......................................... 5
Section 2
Specifications ................................................................................... 6
2.1 Front error LED .......................................................................... 6
2.2 Transducer supply ..................................................................... 6
2.3 Sense ............................................................................................ 6
2.4 Common Specifications............................................................. 6
2.5 Auxilary voltage ......................................................................... 6
2.6 mV input ..................................................................................... 7
2.7 Digital input ................................................................................ 7
2.8 Electrical specifications - Output ............................................. 7
2.9 Voltage output through internal shunt .................................. 8
2.10 Observed authority requirements ......................................... 8
2.11 Order .......................................................................................... 8
2.12 Hardware programming ........................................................ 8
Section 3
Section 4
Diagrams ........................................................................................... 9
3.1 Block Diagram ............................................................................ 9
3.2 Routing Diagram ..................................................................... 10
Section 5
Description of functions .............................................................. 13
5.1 CAL - Setting of Calibration values ...................................... 13
5.2 CLO - Setting of low Calibration values ............................... 13
5.3 CHI - Setting of Calibration values ....................................... 13
5.4 OUt - Setting of Analogue output.......................................... 13
5.5 tAR - Selection of taring type ................................................. 14
5.6 dIN - Selection of digital input type ...................................... 14
5.7 SUP - Setting of supply voltage for transducer ................... 14
5.8 PAS - Setting of Password ...................................................... 14
5.9 Frq - Selection of common mode ........................................... 14
Section 6
Display ...................................................................................... 15-16
Programming ........................................................................... 11-12
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Introduction
1
Section 1 - Introduction
•
Load cell amplifier.
•
mV to current/voltage conversion.
•
Front-programmable/LED display.
•
Relative valibration of input span.
•
NPN/PNP input for external taring
•
Supply for standard transducers
1.2 Supply
• Supply voltage: 24 VDC
• Transducer supply: 5.13 VDC
1.3 Input Range
• Measurement range: -40...100 mV
• Taring input: PNP/NPN/Front Key
1.4 Output Range
• Current output: 0...20 mA
• Voltage output: 0...10 V
1.5 Application
• Tank filing and draining
• Weighing with a taring function
• Measurement of cable tensile force
• Level control
• Signal conversion/amplification
The DRST-BG converts bipolar mV signals from transducers supplied directly by the
module to standard current / voltage signals. The DRST-BG is suitable for load cell
applications. By way of the relative calibration function the scale can be tared, i.e. 0
and 100% calibrated without the need of the equivalent load. By way of the taring
function the measured range is set to either 0% when filling or 100% when draining.
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1
Introduction
Section 1.6 - Technical characteristics
In General, The DRST-BG is microprocessor-controlled and basic-calibrated meaning
that input and output can be programmed acc. to the requested signal range without
any readjust­ment. This guarantees high accuracy and flexibility.
The user interface consists of a 3-digit display and 3 front function keys which are
used for taring or change of input / output signal range.
Section 1.7 - Inputs, Analog input
The analog input can be programmed for voltage in the range -40...100 mVDC with a
min. span of 10 mV and max. offset of 70% of max. mV value.
A percentage overrange of the selected measurement range can be defined, there­
by making the unit react to an mV input outside the selected 0 and 100% range. The
display will show the input percentage.
The output must be scaled in such a way that the selected overrange is within the
allowed output signal range.
Section 1.8 - Digital input
The digital signal can be selected as either NPN (short circuit to gnd.), or PNP (+24
VDC).
Section 1.9 - Taring
Taring can either be by way of the digital input or from the front.
At 0% taring, the analog input will show 0% after taring. At 100% taring, the analog
input will show 100% after taring, corresponding to tara + net weight = gross weight.
The analog input span is not changed but is kept relative to the new offset value. The
taring function can be disabled at the front.
Section 1.10 - Standard current/ voltage output
The analog output can be programmed to current in the range 0...20 mA or voltage in
the range 0...10 VDC with a min. span of 5 mA or 250 mVDC with max. offset of 50%
of the selected max. value.
By short-circuiting pins 2 and 3, the voltage signal is available between pins 2 and 1.
For voltage signals in the range 0...1 VDC, a 50 Ω shunt (DP 2-1) is applied; in the
range 0...10 VDC, a 500 Ω shunt (DP 2-2) is applied.
When both voltage and current signals are used simultaneously, the mA loop must go
to ground through the internal shunt.
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Specifications
2
Section 2.1 - Front error LED
At an incorrect output, the red LED will flash, e.g. at overrange saturation.
Section 2.2 - Transducer supply
Front-programmable to 5...13 VDC. The supply is short circuit-protected and has a
max. load of 230 mA (e.g. 6 parallel 350 Ω load cells).
Section 2.3 - Sense
When the transducer supply is applied, the sense input can be used for compensation
for cable resistance to the transducer.
Specifications range: -20°C to +60°C
Section 2.4 - Common Specifications
Supply voltage
19.2...28.8 VDC
Max. consumption
7.2 W
Internal consumption
Signal / noise ratio
Signal dynamics, input
Signal dynamics, output
Updating time
Response time, programmable
Calibration temperature
Temperature coeffici­ent
Linearity error
Effect of supply voltage change
2.2 W
Min. 60 dB
17 bit
16 bit
20 ms
0.06...999 s
20...28°C
< ±0.01% of span / °C
≤ ±0.1% of span
< ±0.002% of span/ %V
Section 2.5 - Auxilary voltage
Transducer supply
5...13 VDC
EMC immunity influence
< ±0.5% of span
Load (max.)
Relative air humidity
Dimensions (HxWxD)
Protection degree
Weight
230 mA
< 95% RH (non-cond.)
80.5 x 35.5 x 84.5 mm
IP50
130 g
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2
Specifications
Section 2.6 - mV input
Measurement range
-40...100 mV
Max. offset
70% of selected max. value
Min. measurement range (span)
10 mV
Input in relation to supply gnd
> -5 V and < +10 V
Max. cable resistance per wire
Suppression of transducer cable resistance
Input resistance
Overrange
15 Ω
> 300
> 10 MΩ
0...999% of selected measurement range
Section 2.7 - Digital input
NPN
Pull up 24 VDC / 6.9 mA
Trig level low
< 6 VDC
PNP
Pull down 0 VDC / 6.9 mA
Trig level high
> 10.5 VDC
Pulse width
> 30 ms
Section 2.8 - Electrical specifications - Output:
Current output:
Signal range
0...20 mA
Max. offset
50% of selected max. value
Min. signal range (span)
5 mA
Load (max.)
20 mA / 600 Ω / 12 VDC
Load stability
< ±0.01% of span/100 Ω
Current limit
< 23 mA
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Specifications
Section 2.9 - Voltage output through internal shunt
Signal range
0...10 VDC
Max. offset
50% of selected max. value
Min. signal range (span)
250 mVDC
Load (min.)
500 kΩ
Voltage limit
< 11.5 VDC
Section 2.10 - Observed authority requirements
Observed authority requirements:
Standard:
EAC TR-CU 020/2011
EN 61326-1
EMC 2004/108/EC
EN 61326-1
Of span = Of the presently selected range
Section 2.11 - Order
Type
Section 2.12 - Hardware programming
JP1
OFF
JP2
OFF
Output range
Menu 4.3
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
0...500 mV
0...1000 mV
003
004
0...10 mA
0...20 mA
0...5 V
0...10 V
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001
002
005
006
2
3
Diagrams
Section 3.1 - Block Diagram
V Excitation +
7
Sense
8
Input+
5
Vreg
DC
Input-
V Excitation gnd.
NPN
PNP
CPU
A / D
PGA
mV
10 Supplygnd.
0...20
mA
D / A
6
JP1 JP2
EEPROM
Spec.
V Out
R 68
e
2261
9
50
500
I+ V
V
I
3
I+Out Out Out
2
V+
11
DigitalInput 4
+ 24VDC
Supply+ 24VDC
24VDC
+
Sense
NC
9
DC
A
A
V
1 Gnd.
V
Diagrams
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Section 3.2 - Routing Diagram
Info buttons are pressed for a period of 2 minutes, display returns to stage 0.0
Programming
5.1
5.0
Memory
0.0
Taring
If the key is pressed for a period > 2 sec.
Go to entry menu / Leave
menu withou t change s
Next digit or point
Change of paramete r
Input 0%
Input
1.1
1.0
Input 100%
1.2
-40...10 0 mV
-40...10 0 mV
Overrang e
1. 3
0...999 % of span
Press and hold , then press
to store change s
3.0
Calibration Low cal. %
3.1
0...100%
Analog
output
4.0
Output 0%
4.1
0...20.0 mA
0...10.0 VDC
5.0
Select
Taring
application
5.1
High cal. %
3.2
0...100%
Current or
Voltage
4. 3
Output 100%
4.2
0...20.0 mA
0...10.0 VDC
Digital input
type
5.2
001 = 0...10 mA
002 = 0...20 mA
003 = 0...500 mV
004 = 0...1000 mV
005 = 0...5 V
006 = 0...10 V
Transducer supply
5. 3
5.0...13 VDC
10
Response
time
4. 4
0.06...999 s
Program
access
5. 4
0 99 9
Password code
Frequency
suppression
5. 5
50 Hz
60 Hz
040 = enable change in all stages
- - - = disable change
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Programming
Section 4.1 - Programming/Operating the function keys
The programming is menu-controlled. The main menus are numbered in level 0 (X.0), and the
submenus are numbered in level 1 (X.1 - X.5). Each submenu has an accompa­nying entry menu.
The menus are structured in such a way that the menus most frequently used are closer to the
default menu 0.0. Please note that programming is only possible when submenu 5.4 PAS has the
value 040.
Main, sub, and entry menus are selected by the
3 function keys , , and as outlined in the
routing diagram. Activating in the submenus
will display the set value in the entry menu.
In entry menus, the digit that can be changed will
flash. Active digit position is shifted by the
key
and changed by the
key. When the decimal
point flashes, its position can be shifted by the
key.
In entry menus with fixed parameters, you switch
between the parameters by the
key. Store
by first activating the key and then the key
simultaneously.
Programming
5.0
5.1
Memory
Press to return to the previous menu without
changing the parameter.
Go to entry menu / Leave
menu withou t change s
0.0 DEFAULT - The input value is displayed in
% of the input span. At power ON, or if no keys
have been activated for a period of 2 minutes, the
display returns to default.
Next digit or point
Change of paramete r
tAR - Taring
When submenu 5.1 has been selected for {tLO or
tHI}, activating the key for more than 2 s will
tare the input value to the value it had
when activated. The input span is not affected but
is kept relative to the new offset value.
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Press and hold , then press
to store change s
Programming
Section 4.2 -Programming/Operating the function keys cont.
Front Settin g
5.2 EFS/dF S - enabl e / disabl e front settin g
Downcoun t ramp
0.0
Upcoun t ramp
Store and exit front setting
1.0 In - SETTING OF INPUT SPAN
1.1 InL - Setting of 0% input value
Valid selections are -40...100 mV.
1.2 InH - Setting of 100% input value
Valid selections are -40...100 mV.
1.3 InO - Setting of overrange
The analogue output follows the set input span on a linear basis {1.1 - InL
and 1.2 - InH} with a limit at 20.5 mA (normally approx. 103% input span).
When the input signal is < or > the set input span, the display will track
this and show -xx or xxx% until the input begins to limit.
The overrange is set in % of the input span and guarantees that the input
does not begin to limit within the percentage overrange, neither below
nor above the set input span, provided that the input span – overrange is
within the signal range -40 to 100 mV.
Setting the overrange does not affect the analogue output.
If the overrange measurement is to be included in the analogue output
signal, the output signal for the set input span must be selected to
provide room for the overrange within the signal range of the output
(0...20 mA / 0...10 VDC).
Example:
A signal of 5...15 mV corresponds to a weight of 0...1000 kilo.
It must be possible to detect a 50% overrange of the scale on the
analogue output of the mV transmitter at the same time as the display
shows 150%.
The following settings will result in the requested function with an
output signal of 4...19.9 mA:
Input: InL = 5.0, InH = 15.0, InO = 50.0
Output: OL = 4.0, OH = 14.6, UI = 002
Please note that the output span has been set to (14.6 mA - 4.0 mA) =
10.6 mA which, with an addition of 50%, will result in a span of (10.6 +
(10.6 * 50/100)) = 15.9 mA.
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5
Description of Functions
Section 5.1 - CAL - Setting of Calibration values
The calibration function is a relative calibration, i.e. the percentage input value for the low
calibration must be entered in submenu 3.1{CLO - Calibration Low}, and the percentage input
value for the high calibration must be entered in submenu 3.2 {CHI - Calibration High}. The
entered percen­tages are used for calculating the actual input span.
When {CHI - Calibration High} is activated, the calculation is made using the percentages in
{CLO} and {CHI}.
Section 5.2 - CLO - Setting of low calibration value
Key
. Enter the calibration value by the
and
keys.
Connect the low calibration signal to the input. Activate the
and
keys simultaneously.
and
keys simultaneously.
Section 5.3 - CHI - Setting of Calibration value
Key
. Enter the calibration value by the
and
keys.
Connect the low calibration signal to the input. Activate the
The input span is now calcu­lated using the entered calibration values. The mV values are read
from the submenus {1.1 - InL and 1.2 - InH}.
Section 5.4 - OUt - Setting of Analogue output
4.1 : OL - Low - 0% setting of analogue output
Valid selections are current in the range 0.0...20.0 mA or voltage in the range 0.0...10.0 VDC.
4.2 : OH - High - 100% setting of analogue output
Valid selections are current in the range 0.0...20.0 mA or voltage in the range 0.0...10.0 VDC.
4.3 : UI - Selection of current or voltage output
See the hardware programming for correct jumper setting. Possible selections are:
001 = Current output in the range 0...10 mA
002 = Current output in the range 0...20 mA
003 = Voltage output in the range 0...500 mV
004 = Voltage output in the range 0...1000 mV
005 = Voltage output in the range 0...5 V
006 = Voltage output in the range 0...10 V
4.4 : rEP - Setting of response time
Valid selections are 0.0...999 s. If the set response time is < 0.06 s, the response time will be 0.06 s
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Description of Functions
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Section 5.5 - tAR - Selection of taring type
Possible selections are tLO - 0% taring enable, tHI - 100% taring enable, or dtA - taring
disabled.
If tLO is selected, activating the 3 key for more than 2 s or activating the digital input
will tare the input signal to 0%.
If tHI is selected, activating 3 for more than 2 s or activating the digital input will tare
the input signal to 100% (max.).
The 2 types of taring can be used for filling or emptying respect­ively.
If a 0% (tLO) taring is selected, the analogue input will show 0% after taring. If a 100%
(tHI) taring is selec­ted, the input will show 100% after taring corresponding to tara +
net weight = gross weight.
Taring is either from the digital input or from front
Section 5.6 - dIN - Selection of digital input type
Possible selections are:
PnP = mechanical contact or open collector transistor connected to +24 VDC.
nPn = mechanical contact or open collector transistor connected to gnd.
Section 5.7 - SUP - Setting of supply voltage for transducer
Valid selections are 5.0...13 VDC.
Section 5.8 - PAS - Setting of Password
Key 2. When the password is 040, changes can be made in all menu points. When the
password is <> 040, programming is blocked in all menu points, but access is open for
reading the settings. Enter the password by the 3 and 1 keys.
When the password is correct, activate 3 and 1 simultaneously. Valid selections are
0...999.
Section 5.9 - Frq - Selection of common mode frequency suppression
Possible selections are 50 or 60 Hz.
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Displays
Section 6.1 - Displays
Programmable displays with a wide selection of
inputs and outputs for display of temperature, volume
and weight, etc. Feature linearization, scaling, and
difference measurement functions for programming
via PReset software.
6.2 - EX Interfaces
Interfaces for analog and digital signals as well as
HART® signals between sensors/I/P converters /
frequency signals and control systems in Ex zone 0, 1
& 2 and for some devices in zone 20, 21 & 22.
6.3 - Isolation
Galvanic isolators for analog and digital signals as
well as HART® signals. A wide product range with
both loop powered and universal isolators featuring
linearization, inversion, and scaling of output signals.
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Diagrams
6.4 - Temperature
A wide selection of transmitters for DIN form B
mounting and DIN rail devices with analog and
digital bus communication ranging from applicationspecific to universal transmitters.
6.5 - Universal
PC or front programmable devices with universal
options for input, output and supply. This range
offers a number of advanced features such as process
calibration, linearization and auto-diagnosis.
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