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DRST-UR
Universal Transmitter with Relays
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Table of
Contents
DRST-UR
Table of Contents
Section .........................................................................
Page
Section 1 Warning ........................................................................................... 5
Section 2 Symbol Identification ................................................................... 6
Section 2.2 Safety Instructions ........................................................ 6
Section 3 How to dismantle DRST-UR ....................................................... 8
Section 3.2 Front LED lights red/display shows AO.ER ........... 8
Section 4 Features ............................................................................................ 9
Section 4.1 Universal Transmitter DRST-UR ............................... 9
Section 4.2 Advanced features ....................................................... 9
Section 4.3 Application .................................................................... 9
Section 4.4 Technical characteristics .............................................. 9
Section 5 Display Characteristics .............................................................. 10
Section 5.1 Functionality ............................................................... 10
Section 5.2 Application .................................................................. 10
Section 5.3 Technical characteristics (display) ........................... 10
Section 5.4 Mounting/installation ............................................... 10
Section 6 Mounting / demounting ............................................................. 11
Section 7 Inputs Application ....................................................................... 12
Section 8 Order codes / Specifications ................................................ 13-16
Section 8.2 Electrical specifications ............................................. 13
Section 9 Visualisation in the DRSL-DISPLAY of sensor error detection
17
Section 10 Error Indications .......................................................................... 18
Section 11 Connections .................................................................................. 19
Section 12 Block Diagram .............................................................................. 20
Section 13 Configuration / operating the function keys .......................... 21
Section 14 Signal & Sensor error display .................................................... 22
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DRST-UR
Table of
Contents
Table of Contents
Section .........................................................................
Page
Section 15 Latch ................................................................................................ 23
Section 15.1 Manual deactivation of the latch ........................... 24
Section 15.2 Advanced functions ................................................. 24
Section 15.3 Display setup ............................................................ 24
Section 15.4 Two-point process calibration ................................ 24
Section 15.5 Process simulation function .................................... 24
Section 15.6 Password ................................................................... 24
Section 15.7 Language ................................................................... 24
Section 16 Auto Diagnosis ............................................................................. 25
Section 17 Units/safety/memory ................................................................... 26
Section 18 Routing diagram ..................................................................... 27-32
Section 18.1 Routing Diagram ................................................ 27-30
Section 18.2 Advanced settings .................................................... 31
Section 18.3 Manual Deactivation ............................................... 32
Section 19 Scrolling help text in Display .................................................... 33
Section 20 Graphic Depication of Latch ...................................................... 34
Section 20.1 latch function setpoint ............................................. 35
Section 20.2 latch function window ............................................ 35
Section 20.3 Relay action setpoint ................................................ 36
Section 20.4 Relay action window ............................................... 36
Section 21 Displays ................................................................................... 37-38
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Warning
WARNING
GENERAL
This device is designed for connection to hazardous electric voltages.
Ignoring this warning can result in severe personal injury or mechanical
damage. To avoid the risk of electric shock and fire, the safety instructions of
this manual must be observed and the guidelines followed. The specifications
must not be exceeded, and the device must only be applied as described
in the following. Prior to the commissioning of the device, this manual
must be examined carefully. Only qualified personnel (technicians) should
install this device. If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the
manufacturer, the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired.
WARNING
HAZARD­OUS
VOLTAGE
Until the device is fixed, do not connect hazardous voltages to the device.
The following operations should only be carried out on a disconnected
device and under ESD safe conditions:
• Dismantlement of the device for setting of DIP-switches
and jumpers.
• General mounting, connection and disconnection of wires.
Troubleshooting the device.
Repair of the device and replacement of circuit breakers must be done by
A/S only.
WARNING
INSTALLATION
To keep the safety distances, the relay contacts on the device must not be
connected to both hazardous and non-hazard­ous volt­ages at the same time.
SYSTEM 4000 must be mounted on a DIN rail according to DIN 46277.
WARNING
Do not open the front plate of the device as this will cause damage to the
connector for the display/programming front Omega DRSL-DISPLAY. This
device contains no DIP-switches or jumpers.
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Symbol Identification
Section 2.1 - Symbol Identification
Triangle with an exclamation mark: Warning/demand. Potentially lethal
situations.
The CE mark proves the compliance of the device with the essential
requirements of the directives.
The double insulation symbol shows that the device is protected by double
or reinforced insulation.
Section 2.2 - Safety instructions
Definitions
Hazardous voltages have been defined as the ranges: 75 to 1500 Volt DC, and 50 to 1000 Volt AC.
Technicians are qualified persons educated or trained to mount, operate, and also troubleshoot technically correct and in
accordance with safety regulations.
Operators, being familiar with the contents of this manual, adjust and operate the knobs or potentiometers during normal
operation.
Receipt and unpacking
Unpack the module without damaging it. The packing should always follow the module until this has been permanently
mounted. Check at the receipt of the module whether the type corresponds to the one ordered.
Environment
Avoid direct sunlight, dust, high temperatures, mechanical vibrations and shock, as well as rain and heavy moisture. If
necessary, heating in excess of the stated limits for ambient temperatures should be avoided by way of ventilation. All devices
fall under Installation Category II, Pollution Degree 1, and Insulation Class II.
Mounting
Only technicians who are familiar with the technical terms, warnings, and instructions in the manual and who are able to
follow these should connect the device. Should there be any doubt as to the correct handling of the device, please contact your
local distributor or, alternatively,
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Safety Instructions
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Mounting and connection of the device should comply with national legislation for mounting of electric materials, i.e.
wire cross section, protective fuse, and location. Descriptions of input / output and supply connections are shown in the
block diagram and side label.
The following apply to fixed hazardous voltages-connected devices:
The max. size of the protective fuse is 10 A and, together with a power switch, it should be easily accessible and close to
the device. The power switch should be marked with a label telling it will switch off the voltage to the device.
Year of manufacture can be taken from the first two digits in the serial number.
UL INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Use 60/75°C copper conducters only
For use only in pollution degree 2 or better
Max. ambient temperature........ 60°C
Max. wire size.............................. AWG 26-14
UL file number............................ E231911
Calibration and Adjustment
During calibration and adjustment, the measuring and connection of external voltages must be carried out according to
the specifications of this manual. The technician must use tools and instruments that are safe to use.
Normal operation
Operators are only allowed to adjust and operate devices that are safely fixed in panels, etc., thus avoiding the danger of
personal injury and damage. This means there is no electrical shock hazard, and the device is easily accessible.
Cleaning
When disconnected, the device may be cleaned with a cloth moistened with distilled water.
Liability
To the extent that the instructions in this manual are not strictly observed, the customer cannot advance a demand against
Omega Engineering A/S that would otherwise exist according to the concluded sales agreement.
To the extent the instructions in this manual are not strictly observed, the customer cannot advance a demand against
Omega Engineering A/S that would otherwise exist according to the concluded sales agreement.
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How to Dismantle DRST-UR
Section 3.1 - How to Dismantle DRST-UR
First, remember to demount the connectors with hazardous voltages.
Picture 1: Detach the device from the DIN rail by lifting the bottom lock.
Section 3.2 - When front LED lights red / display shows AO.ER
Omega DRST-UR is designed as a SIL 2 device with a high safety level. Therefore, a continuous measurement
of the outgoing current is carried out on a 4...20 mA and 20...4 mA output signal. If the current output signal is
different from the internal calculated output value or the current output is 0 (due to e.g. an open circuit breakage),
an error mode switches on the red front LED and disables the relays. This function is not a default option but must
be actively selected via the programming menu (S4-20 & S20-4).
The error mode can only be reset by switching off and then switching on the supply voltage to the device.
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Features
Section 4.1 - Universal Transmitter DRST-UR
•
•
•
•
Input for RTD, TC, Ohm, potentiometer, mA and V
2-wire supply > 16 V
Output for current, voltage and 2 relays
Universal AC or DC supply
Section 4.2 - Advanced features
• Programmable via detachable display front (DRSL-DISPLAY), process calibration, signal and relay
simulation, password protection, error diagnostics and selection of help text in several languages.
Section 4.3 - Application
• Linearised, electronic temperature measurement with RTD or TC sensor.
• Conversion of linear resistance variation to a standard analogue current / voltage signal, i.e. from
solenoids and butterfly valves or linear movements with attached potentio­meter.
• Power supply and signal isolator for 2-wire transmitters.
• Process control with 2 pairs of potential-free relay contacts and analogue output.
• Galvanic separation of analogue signals and measurement of floating signals.
• The DRST-UR is designed according to strict safety requirements and is thus suit­able for application
in SIL 2 installations.
Section 4.4 - Technical characteristics
• When DRST-UR is used in combination with the DRSL-DISPLAY/programming front, all
operational parameters can be modified to suit any application. As the DRST-UR is designed with
electronic hardware switches, it is not necessary to open the device for setting of DIP switches.
• A green / red front LED indicates normal operation and malfunction. A yellow LED is ON for each
active output relay.
• Continuous check of vital stored data for safety reasons.
• 4-port 2.3 kVAC galvanic isolation.
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Display Characteristics
Section 5.1- Display / programming front
Functionality
The simple and easily understandable menu structure and the explanatory help texts guide you
effortless­ly and automatically through the configuration steps, thus making the product very easy to
use. Functions and configuration options are described in the section ”Configuration / operating the
function keys”.
Section 5.2 - Application
• Communications interface for modification of operational parameters in DRST-UR.
• Can be moved from one DRST-UR device to another and download the configuration of the first
transmitter to subsequent transmitters.
• Fixed display for readout of process data and status.
Section 5.3 - Technical characteristics
• LCD display with 4 lines; Line 1 (H=5.57 mm) shows input signal, line 2 (H=3.33 mm) shows units,
line 3 (H=3.33 mm) shows analogue output or tag no. and line 4 shows communication and relay
status.
• Programming access can be blocked by assigning a password. The password is saved in the
transmitter in order to ensure a high degree of protection against unauthorised modifications to the
configuration.
Section 5.4 - Mounting / installation
• Click DRSL-DISPLAY onto the front of DRST-UR.
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Mounting/Demounting
Mounting / Demounting the DRSL-DISPLAY/DRST-UR
1: Insert the taps of DRSL-DISPLAY/DRST-CM into the holes at the top of the device.
2: Swing DRSL-DISPLAY/DRST-CM into place.
Demounting of DRSL-DISPLAY/DRST-UR
3: Push the release button on the bottom of DRSL-DISPLAY/DRST-UR and swing
DRSL-DISPLAY/DRST-UR up.
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3
2
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Inputs Application
Input signals:
Volt­-age
Current
Potentio­meter
TC
RTD and lin.R
Connect., wires
44
+
+
43
*
-
-
42
+
7
41
Order separately: 5910 CJC connector.
See the connection drawing on page 16.
Output signals:
Relays
12
+
14
-
13
+
10 V
10 V
11
-
1V
1V
+
-
Analogue, 0/4...20 mA and voltage
Supply:
33
21.6...253 VAC
or
19.2...300 VDC
32
31
12
+
-
24
23
22
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Order codes / Specifications
Order codes
DRST-UR = Universal transmitter
DRSL-DISPLAY = Display/programming front
Electrical specifications
Environmental conditions
Specifications range........................
Calibration temperature.................
Relative humidity............................
Protection degree............................
-20°C to +60°C
20...28°C
< 95% RH (non-cond.)
IP20
Mechanical specifications
Dimensions (HxBxD)...................... 109 x 23.5 x 104 mm
Dimensions, with DRSL-DISPLAY/DRST-CM (H x B x D), 109 x 23.5 x 116/131 mm
Weight............................................... 170 g
Weight with DRSL-DISPLAY/DRST-CM
185 g / 270 g
Max. wire size.................................. 1 x 2.5 mm2 stranded wire
Screw terminal torque.................... 0.5 Nm
Vibration........................................... IEC 60068-2-6 : 2007
2...13.2 Hz...................................... ±1 mm
13.2...100 Hz.................................. ±0.7 g
Common specifications
Supply voltage, universal.............. 21.6...253 VAC, 50...60 Hz
or 19.2...300 VDC
Max. consumption.......................... ≤ 2.5 W
Fuse................................................... 400 mA SB/250 VAC
Isolation voltage, test / operation. 2.3 k VAC/250 VAC
Communications interface............. Communication enabler DRST-CM
Programming front DRSL-DISPLAY
Signal / noise ratio.......................... Min. 60 dB (0...100 kHz)
Response time (0...90%, 100...10%):
Temperature input...................... ≤ 1 s
mA / V input............................... ≤ 400 ms
Accuracy, the greater of the general and basic values:
General values
Input
type
Absolute
accuracy
Temperature
coefficient
All
≤ ±0.1% of span
≤ ±0.01% of span/°C
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Order codes / Specifications
Section 8 - Inputs
Basic values
Input
type
Basic
accuracy
Volt
≤ ±20 µV
mA
Temperature
coefficient
≤ ±4 µA
≤ ±0.4 µA / °C
≤ ±0.2°C
≤ ±0.01°C / °C
Linear resistance
≤ ±0.1 Ω
≤ ±0.01 Ω / °C
Potentiometer
≤ ±0.1 Ω
≤ ±0.01 Ω / °C
≤ ±1°C
≤ ±0.05°C / °C
≤ ±2°C
≤ ±0.2°C / °C
TC type: B
85...200°C
≤ ±4°C
≤ ±0.4°C / °C
TC type: B
200...1820°C
≤ ±2°C
≤ ±0.2°C / °C
Pt100
TC type:
E, J, K, L, N, T, U
TC type: R, S, W3, W5, LR
≤ ±2 µV / °C
EMC immunity influence......... < ±0.5% of span
Extended EMC immunity:
NAMUR NE 21, A criterion, burst ......... < ±1% of span
Auxiliary supplies:
2-wire supply (terminal 44...43).... 25...16 VDC / 0...20 mA
RTD, linear resistance and potentiometer input
Input for RTD types:
Pt10, Pt20, Pt50, Pt100, Pt200, PT250, Pt300, Pt400, Pt500, Pt1000
Ni50, Ni100, Ni120, Ni1000, Cu10, Cu20, Cu50, Cu100
Input
type
Min.
value
Max.
value
Standard
Pt10...Pt1000
Ni50...Ni1000
Cu10...Cu100
Lin. R
Potentiometer
-200°C
-60°C
-200°C
0Ω
10 Ω
+850°C
+250°C
+260°C
10000 Ω
100 kΩ
IEC 60751
DIN 43760
α = 0,00427
-
Cable resistance per wire (max.), RTD
50 Ω
Sensor current, RTD........................ Nom. 0.2 mA
Effect of sensor cable resistance
(3- / 4-wire), RTD............................ < 0.002 Ω / Ω
Sensor error detection, RTD.......... Yes
Short circuit detection, RTD.......... < 15 Ω
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Order codes / Specifications
Section 8.2 - TC Input
Type
Min.
value
Max.
value
Standard
B
E
J
K
L
N
R
S
T
U
W3
W5
LR
0°C
-100°C
-100°C
-180°C
-200°C
-180°C
-50°C
-50°C
-200°C
-200°C
0°C
0°C
-200°C
+1820°C
+1000°C
+1200°C
+1372°C
+900°C
+1300°C
+1760°C
+1760°C
+400°C
+600°C
+2300°C
+2300°C
+800°C
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
DIN 43710
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
DIN 43710
ASTM E988-90
ASTM E988-90
GOST 3044-84
Cold junction compensation (CJC):
via external sensor in connector 5910
20...28°C ≤ ±1°C
-20...20°C / 28...70°C ≤±2°C
via internal CJC sensor................ ±(2.0°C + 0.4°C * Δt)
Δt = internal temperature - ambient temperature
Sensor error detection, all TC types: Yes
Sensor error current:
when detecting.............................. Nom. 2 μA
else................................................... 0 μA
Current input
Measurement range........................ 0...20 mA
Programmable measurement ranges
0...20 and 4...20 mA
Input resistance............................... Nom. 20 Ω + PTC 50 Ω
Sensor error detection:
Loop break 4...20 mA................... Yes
Voltage input
Measurement range........................ 0...12 VDC
Programmable measurement ranges
0...1 / 0.2...1 / 0...5 / 1...5 /
0...10 and 2...10 VDC
Input resistance............................... Nom. 10 MΩ
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Order codes / Specifications
Current output
Signal range (span)......................... 0...20 mA
Programmable signal ranges......... 0...20 / 4...20 / 20...0 and 20...4 mA
Load (max.)...................................... 20 mA / 800 Ω / 16 VDC
Load stability................................... ≤ 0.01% of span / 100 Ω
Sensor error detection..................... 0 / 3.5 / 23 mA / none
NAMUR NE 43 Upscale / Downscale
23 mA / 3.5 mA
Output limitation:
on 4...20 and 20...4 mA signals... 3.8...20.5 mA
on 0...20 and 20...0 mA signals... 0...20.5 mA
Current limit.................................... ≤ 28 mA
Voltage output
Signal range..................................... 0...10 VDC
Programmable signal ranges......... 0...1 / 0.2...1 / 0...10 / 0...5 /
1...5 / 2...10 / 1...0 / 1...0.2 / 5...0 /
5...1 / 10...0 og 10...2 V
Load (min.)....................................... 500 kΩ
Relay outputs
Relay functions................................ Setpoint, Window, Sensor error,
Latch, Power and Off
Hysteresis......................................... 0...100%
On and Off delay............................. 0...3600 s
Sensor error detection..................... Break / Make / Hold
Max. voltage..................................... 250 VRMS
Max. current..................................... 2 A / AC or 1 A / DC
Max. AC power............................... 500 VA
Ex / I.S. approval
FM, applicable in............................. Class I, Div. 2, Group A, B, C, D
Class I, Div. 2, Group IIC
Zone 2
Max. ambient temperature for T5. 60°C
Marine approval
Det Norske Veritas, Ships & Offshore
Standard for Certification No. 2.4
Observed authority requirements Standard
EMC 2004/108/EC......................... EN 61326-1
LVD 2006/95/EC............................ EN 61010-1
FM..................................................... 3600, 3611, 3810 and ISA 82.02.01
UL, Standard for Safety.................. UL 508
EAC TR-CU 020/2011.................... EN 61326-1
of span = of the currently selected measurement range
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Visualisation in the DRSL-DISPLAY of sensor error detection
Section 9 - Visualisation in the DRSL-DISPLAY of sensor error
detection and input signal outside range
Device:
DRST-UR
Sensor error check:
Configuration
R1, ERR.ACT=NONE - R2, ERR.
ACT=NONE,
OUT.ERR=NONE.
Sensor error detection:
Else:
ON
OFF
Outside range readout (IN.LO, IN.HI):
If the valid range of the A/D converter or the polynomial is exceeded
Input
VOLT
CURR
LIN.R
Range
Readout
0...1 V / 0.2...1 V
Limit
IN.LO
< -25 mV
IN.LO
< -25 mV
IN.LO
< -1.05 mA
IN.HI
0...10 V / 2...10 V
> 1.2 V
IN.HI
0...20 mA / 4...20 mA
> 12 V
IN.HI
> 25.05 mA
IN.HI
> 1075 Ω
IN.HI
< 110 kΩ
IN.HI
> 100.5 %
IN.LO
0...800 Ω
<0Ω
IN.LO
0...10 kΩ
<0Ω
IN.LO
POTM
-
TEMP
TC / RTD
< -0.5 %
IN.LO
< temperature range -2°C
IN.HI
> temperature range +2°C
Display readout below min.- / above max. (-1999, 9999):
Input
Range
All
All
Readout
Limit
-1999
Display readout <-1999
9999
Display readout >9999
Sensor error detection limits
Input
CURR
POTM
LIN.R
TEMP
Sensor error detection (SE.BR, SE.SH):
Range
Readout
All, SE.BR on all 3-wire
SE.BR
Loop break (4..20 mA)
0...800 Ω
0...10 kΩ
SE.BR
<= 3.6 mA; > = 21 mA
SE.BR
> ca. 875 Ω
SE.BR
TC
RTD, 2-, 3-, and 4-wire
No SE.SH for Cuxx, Pt10, Pt20 and Pt50
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Limit
> ca. 126 kΩ
> ca. 11 kΩ
SE.BR
> ca. 750 kΩ / (1.25 V)
SE.SH
< ca. 15 Ω
SE.BR
> ca. 15 kΩ
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Error Indications
Section 10.1 - Error indications
Error search
Readout at hardware error
Readout
Test of internal CJC sensor
CJ.ER
Checksum test of the configuration in FLASH
FL.ER
Check measurement of analogue output current
AO.ER
Communications test DRSL-DISPLAY/DRST-UR
NO.CO
Check that input signal matches input configuration
Check that saved configuration in DRSL-DISPLAY matches device
IN.ER
TY.ER
Error cause
CJC sensor defect or temperature
outside range
Error in FLASH
1) No load on the current output
(only S4...20/S20...4 mA)
Connection error
1) Error levels on input
Configuration is not DRST-UR
! Error indications in the display flash once per second. The help text explains the error.
1) The error is reset by switching off and then switching on the supply voltage to the device.
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Connections
Section 11 - Connections
Supply:
31
32
33
Inputs:
RTD, 2-wire
41
42
43
TC, internal
CJC sensor
RTD, 3- / 4-wire
44
41
42
43
44
41
42
+
Resistance,
3- / 4-wire
41
42
Potentiometer
43
44
41
42
43
43
Resistance, 2-wire
44
41
42
44
-
2-wire transmitter
44
43
41
42
-
43
Tx
44
Current
41
+
42
43
-
44
+
*TC, CJC connector
Voltage
43
-
44
41
42
CJC
+
42
+
44
* Order separately:
CJC connector 5910
-
41
Outputs:
Current
11
12
-
Voltage, 1 V
13
mA
14
+
11
12
-
13
V
Voltage, 10 V
14
11
+
12
-
19
13
V
Relays
14
+
21
22
R1
23
24
R2
11
12
Block Diagram
Potentiome­ter
4
33
RTD og lin.R,
connection,
wires
3
2
44
+
-
21.6...253 VAC or
19.2...300 VDC
Vloop
31
*
-
12
CPU
43
+
MUX
A/D
-
Supply
I+
mA
D/A
42
+
Supply
0.2 mA
TC
14
10 V
13
1V
CJC
Safety
Voltage
Current
2-wire transmitter
Order separately: CJC connector 5910
41
mA
PTC
Red
500 Ω
V
50 W
Green
20 Ω
11
EEPROM
II+V
Out.
50.0
24
l / min
Relay 2
VALVE 5
1
Yellow
2
23
Relay 2
22
DRST-UR
20
Relay 1
Yellow
21
V
Relay 1
I
Out.
V
Out.
CONFIGURATION/OPERATING THE FUNCTION KEYS
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Section 13.1 - Configuration /
operating the function keys
Documentation for routing diagram.
In general
When configuring the DRST-UR, you will be guided through all parameters and you can choose the settings which fit
the application. For each menu there is a scrolling help text which is automatically shown in line 3 on the display.
Configuration is carried out by use of the 3 function keys:
will increase the numerical value or choose the next parameter
will decrease the numerical value or choose the previous parameter
OK
will accept the chosen value and proceed to the next menu
When configuration is completed, the display will return to the default state 1.0.
Pressing and holding OK will return to the previous menu or return to the default state (1.0) without saving the changed
values or parameters.
If no key is activated for 1 minute, the display will return to the default state (1.0) without saving the changed values or
parameters.
Further explanations
Fast setpoint adjustment and relay test: These menus allow you to make a quick setpoint change and relay test when
the FastSet menu is activated. This function can only be activated when the relays are set for setpoint function and are
controlled by a setpoint.
Pressing
Pressing
and
OK
simultaneously will activate a relay test and change the state of the relay.
will save the setpoint change.
Holding down
OK
for more than 1 second will return the unit to the default state without saving the setpoint change.
Password protection: Programming access can be blocked by assigning a password. The password is saved in the
transmitter in order to ensure a high degree of protection against unauthorised modifications to the configuration.
Default password 2008 allows access to all configuration menus.
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Signal & sensor error display
Section 13.1 - Signal and sensor error info via display front DRSL-DISPLAY
Sensor error (see limits in the table) is displayed as SE.BR (sensor break) or SE.SH (sensor short). Signals
outside the selected range (not sensor error, see table for limits) are displayed as IN.LO indicating low
input signal or IN.HI indicating high input signal. The error indication is displayed in line 3 as text and
at the same time the backlight flashes. Line 4 of the display is a status line which displays status of relay 1
and relay 2, COM (flashing bullet) indicating correct functioning of DRSL-DISPLAY and arrow up/down
which indicates tendency readout of the input signal. If the figure 1 or figure 2 flashes, the unit has detected
that the setpoint has been exceeded and that the relay is in “delay” mode. When the delay time has passed
and the relay makes/breakes, the relay sign either displays or disappears.
Signal and sensor error indication without display front
Status of the unit can also be read from the red/green LED in the front of the device.
Green flashing LED 13 Hz indicates normal operation.
Green flashing LED 1 Hz indicates sensor error.
Steady red LED indicates internal error.
Relay functions
6 different settings of relay function can be selected.
Setpoint:
The unit works as a single limit switch
Window:
The relay has a window that is defined by a low and a high
setpoint. On both sides of the window the relay has the
same status.
Error function: The relay is activated by sensor error.
Power:
The relay is activated as long as the power is on.
Off:
The relay is deactivated.
Latch:
The relay is latched. Only valid for setpoint and window
function.
Increasing/decreasing: The relays can be set to activate at increasing or decreasing input signal.
Delay: An ON and an OFF delay can be set on both relays in the range
0...3600 s.
Hysteresis: 0.0...100.0%.
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Latch
Latch
15
When the setpoint is exceeded the relay outputs enters an alarm state. The latch function of the DRST-UR will
hold the relays in this state until the function is deactivated manually. The latch function can be applied
when the relay function setpoint or window is selected.
The latch function can be selected separately for each relay output. If the configuration is copied from one
device to another by way of the DRSL-DISPLAY, the latch function must be reconfigured.
The latch function activates and holds the relays when the input signal rises above or falls below the selected
setpoints and the relay action has been selected as increasing or decreasing.
The window function is selected by choosing ”window” in the menu and defining a high and a low setpoint.
It can be selected for each relay contact whether the contact is open or closed inside the window. This
selection is made in the menu R1.cont and R2.cont.
The setpoint function is selected by choosing ”setpoint” in the menu and entering the desired limit. The
device then works as a single limit switch.
An activated relay means that the contact is closed if the contact function ”normally open” is selected, and the
contact is open if the contact function ”normally closed” is selected.
The delay time for activation and deactivation can be set independently of each other in the menus ON.DEL
and OFF DEL respectively.
If the relay function ”Error” is active, the relay will latch when a sensor error occurs and will not be
deactivated automatically when the sensor error is rectified.
The relay can only be deactivated by an operator and only when the normal conditions for deactivation are
met. If the input signal still has a value that will activate the relay, the relay will latch again.
See the graphic depiction of the setpoint and window functions on pages 34 and 35.
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15
Latch
Section 15.1 - Manual deactivation of the latch function
If the relay outputs are activated and thereby latched, it will be indicated in the display. The backlight flashes and
the scrolling help text tells you how to deactivate the output. Manual deactivation is carried out by way of the
front buttons on the DRSL-DISPLAY. Use
and
to navigate in the menu and OK to validate your selection.
If the password protection has been activated, the password must be entered in order to access the deactivation
menu. See the menu structure on page 29.
Section 15.2 - Advanced functions
The device gives access to a number of advanced functions which can be reached by answering “Yes” to the point
“adv.set”.
Section 15.3 - Display setup:
Here you can adjust the brightness contrast and the backlight. Setup of TAG numbers with 6 alphanumerics.
Selection of functional readout in line 3 of the display - choose between readout of analogue output or tag no.
Section 15.4 - Two-point process calibration:
The device can be process-calibrated in 2 points to fit a given input signal . A low input signal (not necessarily
0%) is applied and the actual value is entered via DRSL-DISPLAY. Then a high signal (not necessarily 100%) is
applied and the actual value is entered via DRSL-DISPLAY. If you accept to use the calibration, the device will
work according to this new adjustment. If you later reject this menu point or choose another type of input signal
the device will return to factory calibration.
Section 15.5 - Process simulation function:
If you agree to the point “EN.SIM” it is possible to simulate an input signal by means of the arrow keys and thus
control the output signal up or down. When you finalise the point with OK , the device returns to normal mode.
The following point allows you to activate relay 1 and relay 2 by means of the arrow-keys up/down. You must
exit the menu by pressing OK (no time-out).
Section 15.6 - Password:
Here you can choose a password between 0000 and 9999 in order to protect the device against unauthorised
modifications to the configuration. The device is delivered default without password. If you have locked the
device with a password by mistake, you can always open the menu by using the master password 2008.
Section 15.7 - Language:
In the menu ”lang.setup” you can choose between 7 different language versions of help texts that will appear in the
menu. You can choose between UK, DE, FR, IT, ES, SE and DK.
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Auto Diagnosis
Section 16 - Auto diagnosis
The device performs an advanced auto diagnosis of the internal circuits.
The following possible errors can by displayed in the front unit DRSL-DISPLAY.
CJ.ER - CJC sensor defect or CJC temperature outside range
FL.ER Flash error
AO.ER No load on the current output (only for S4...20 mA / S20...4 mA)
NO.CO Connection error
IN.ER Error levels on input
TY.ER Configuration in DRSL-DISPLAY does not match this product type
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Units/Safety/Memory
Section 17.1 - Selection of units
After choosing the input signal type you can choose which process units should be displayed in text line 2 (see
table). By selection of temperature input the process value is always displayed in Celsius or Fahrenheit. This is
selected in the menu point after selection of temperature input.
Section 17.2 - Safety readback
When the device is delivered with default configuration, the SIL function is disabled. The safety readback
function (loop surveillance) can be selected in the menu O.RANGE, thus enabling the device to run in SIL
mode. In order to enable the SIL functionality, the menu item S4...20 mA must be selected. Please note,
however, that when safety readback is enabled, a sensor error will be indicated as an error on the analogue
output signal.
Section 17.3 - CJC
In the CJC menu you can choose between CJC connector and internal cold junction compensation. The CJC
connecter must be ordered separately.
Section 17.4 - Memory
In the memory menu you can save the configuration of the device in the DRSL-DISPLAY, and then move
the DRSL-DISPLAY onto another device of the same type and download the configuration in the new
device.
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Routing Diagram
Power up
50.0
1.2
Fast setpoint adjustment
and relay test
OK
RELAY1
Increase setpoint
Txt 57
Decrease setpoint
75.0
OK
OK
50.0
Txt 57
OK
Save and exit the menu
and
RELAY2
simultaneously = change relay state
%
12.0
1.0
0000
9999
0000
NO
YES
OK
NO
2-10
0-10
1-5
0-5
0.2-1
0-1
VOLT
CURR
POTM
LIN.R
TEMP
OK
VOLT
OK
2-10
@C
mA
rpm
1111
111.1
11.11
1.111
(69 units)
OK
UNIT
OK
111.1
999.9
-199.9
OK
0.0
PASSW.
ADV.SET
IN TYPE
V.RANGE
%
DEC.P
DISP.LO
Txt 1
Txt 2
Txt 3
Txt 4
Txt 11
Txt 12
Txt 13
0...9999
0...9999
1.1
1.0 =....................................................
Default state Line 1
shows input signal.
Line 2 shows UNIT.
By pressing
and
simultaneously line 3
alternates between
A.Out and TAG.
Line 4 shows relay and
communication status.
1.1 =....................................................
Only if passwordprotected.
1.2 =....................................................
Only if FastSet is activated and the relay
function is setpoint.
1.3 =....................................................
Not valid for these input
signals: 0...20 mA and
voltage.
1.4 =....................................................
Only if input signal is
temperaure.
1.5 =....................................................
The relay can only be
deactivated by an operator and only if the
normal conditions for
deactivation are met.
If the input signal still
has a value that will
activate the relay, the
relay will latch again.
0-20 4-20
CURR
OK
4-20
IN TYPE
Txt 3
OK
I.RANGE
Txt 5
POTM
OK
IN TYPE
Txt 3
2W 3W 4W
LIN.R
OK
3W
OK
0
OK
2500
IN TYPE
CONNEC.
R 0%
R 100%
Txt 3
Txt 6
Txt 7
Txt 8
Cu Pt Ni TC
10...1000
TEMP
OK
2W 3W 4W
OK
Pt
IN TYPE
Txt 3
OK
100
OK
3W
SENSOR
Pt TYPE
CONNEC.
Txt 10
Txt 16
Txt 6
50...1000
Ni
OK
100
2W 3W 4W
OK
3W
SENSOR
Ni TYPE
CONNEC.
Txt 10
Txt 17
Txt 6
TC.B TC.E TC.J TC.K TC.L
TC.N TC.R TC.S TC.T TC.U
TC.W3 TC.W5 TC.Lr
TC
OK
INT
CJC
Txt 10
Txt 18
Txt 63
10...100
2W 3W 4W
Cu
OK
OK
TC.TYPE
Continued on the page
Routing diagram ADV.SET
YES
TC.K
SENSOR
OK
10
OK
3W
ADV.SET
SENSOR
Cu TYPE
CONNEC.
Txt 2
Txt 10
Txt 69
Txt 6
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Routing Diagram
Section 18.1 - Routing diagram
If no key is activated for 1 minute, the display will return to the default state 1.0 without saving
configuration changes.
Increase value / choose next parameter
Decrease value / choose previous parameter
OK Accept the chosen value and proceed to the next menu
Hold OK Back to previous menu / return to menu 1.0 without saving
999.9
-199.9
100.0
OK
DISP.HI
Txt 14
SETP
WIND
ERR
POW
OFF
DISP
PERC
OK
PERC
OK
REL.UN
Txt 15
SETP
N.O.
OK
R1.FUNC
Txt 19
OK
R1.CONT
Txt 20
OK
R1.FUNC
Txt 19
O.I.W
OK
OK
60.0
INCR
100.0
0.0
OK
ACT.DIR
Txt 22
100.0
0.0
R1.CONT
Txt 27
100.0
0.0
OK
SETP.LO
Txt 29
70.0
1.0
OK
R1.HYST
Txt 23
100.0
0.0
OK
SETP.HI
Txt 28
1.0
OK
R1.HYST
Txt 30
CLOS
OPEN
1.3
1 2
ERR
OK
R1.FUNC
Txt 19
OK
50.0
R1.SETP
Txt 21
O.I.W
C.I.W
WIND
INCR
DECR
100.0
0.0
N.O.
N.C.
OPEN
OK
ERR.ACT
Txt 34
POW
OK
OFF
OK
R1.FUNC
Txt 19
R1.FUNC
Txt 19
Continued on the next page
OK
@C
@F
Selectable UNITS:
1 2
@C
UNIT
Txt 9
OK
OK
OK
@C
@F
%
A
bar
cm
ft
ft/h
ft/min
ft/s
g
gal/h
gal/min
GW
hp
hPa
Hz
in
in/h
in/min
in/s
ips
K
kA
kg
kJ
kPa
kV
kW
kWh
l
l/h
l/min
l/s
m
m/h
m/min
m/s
m/s2
m3
m3/h
m3/min
mA
mbar
mils
min
mm
mm/s
mol
MPa
mV
MW
MWh
N
Ohm
Pa
pH
rpm
s
S
t
t/h
uA
28
um
uS
V
W
Wh
yd
[blank]
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Routing Diagram
HOLD
CLOS
OPEN
NONE
NONE
3600
0000
OK
0
SETP
WIND
ERR
POW
OFF
3600
0000
OK
0
SETP
OK
N.O.
N.C.
OK
N.O.
INCR
DECR
100.0
0.0
OK
50.0
OK
INCR
100.0
0.0
OK
1.0
ERR.ACT
ON.DEL
OFF.DEL
R2.FUNC
R2.CONT
R2.SETP
ACT.DIR
R2.HYST
Txt 24
Txt 25
Txt 26
Txt 19
Txt 20
Txt 21
Txt 22
Txt 23
3600
0000
3600
0000
O.I.W
C.I.W
100.0
0.0
1.3
HOLD
CLOS
OPEN
NONE
NONE
OK
0
OK
0
WIND
OK
OK
O.I.W
OK
60.0
100.0
0.0
OK
70.0
100.0
0.0
OK
1.0
ERR.ACT
ON.DEL
OFF.DEL
R2.FUNC
R2.CONT
SETP.LO
SETP.HI
R2.HYST
Txt 31
Txt 32
Txt 33
Txt 19
Txt 27
Txt 29
Txt 28
Txt 30
1.3
CLOS
OPEN
1.3
ERR
OK
OPEN
R2.FUNC
ERR.ACT
Txt 19
Txt 34
POW
OK
R2.FUNC
Txt 19
OFF
OK
R2.FUNC
Txt 19
29
OK
Routing Diagram
HOLD
CLOS
OPEN
NONE
NONE
OK
3600
0000
0
OK
3600
0000
0
OK
S20-4
20-4
20-0
S4-20
4-20
0-20
VOLT
CURR
OK
CURR
OK
4-20
23mA
0/3.5mA
NONE
850
-200
0.0
OK
850
-200
150.0
OK
ERR.ACT
ON.DEL
OFF.DEL
ANA.OUT
O.RANGE
OUT.ERR
OUT.LO
OUT.HI
Txt 24
Txt 25
Txt 26
Txt 36
Txt 37
Txt 38
Txt 41
Txt 42
1.3
1.3
HOLD
CLOS
OPEN
NONE
1
3600
0000
2
NONE
OK
23mA
OK
18
1
OK
3600
0000
2
0
1
OK
10-2
10-0
5-1
5-0
1-0.2
1-0
2-10
0-10
1-5
0-5
0.2-1
0-1
2
0
ERR.ACT
ON.DEL
OFF.DEL
Txt 31
Txt 32
Txt 33
OK
VOLT
OK
0-10
O.RANGE
Txt 36
Txt 39
30
1.4
OK
To default state 1.0
1.3
ANA.OUT
1.4
OK
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Routing Diagram
Section 18.2 - Advanced settings (Routing diagram)
Advanced settings (ADV.SET)
2.0 In the submenu simulation (SIM) you must press
MEM
DISP
CAL
SIM
PASS
LANG
MEM
OK
SAVE
OK
MEMORY
Txt 43
Txt 44
9
0
3
OK
SETUP
Txt 43
CAL
to return to the default state 1.0.
SAVE
LOAD
SETUP
DISP
OK
9
0
9
OK
VALVE 5
LINE 3
YES
NO
100.0
0.0
YES
NO
100.0
0.0
YES
Txt 46
2.0
OK
CAL.LO
Txt 47
OK
%
Txt 49
YES
YES
NO
YES
OK
SETUP
%
Txt 50
Txt 62
25.0
OK
Txt 51
PASS
OK
SETUP
YES
Txt 54
OK
SETUP
UK
OK
YES
OK
EN.FAST
Txt 55
Txt 56
NO
OK
Txt 59
YES
NO
YES
NO
SETUP
YES
NO
LANGUA
Txt 43
LATC
9999
0000
Txt 53
NEW.PAS
DE, DK,
ES, FR,
IT, SE,
UK
LANG
REL.SIM
0000
OK
EN.PASS
Txt 43
OK
OK
%
Txt 52
YES
NO
OK
NO
R1.LATC
OK
OK
YES
OK
USE.CAL
Txt 60
To default state 1.0
NO
2.0
YES
NO
NO
100.0
0.0
EN.SIM
Txt 43
90.0
OK
CAL.HI
Txt 61
OK
Txt 48
NO
SIM
A.OUT
OK
OK
LIGHT
OK
Txt 43
TAG
A.OUT
CONTRA
Txt 45
SETUP
9
A
NO
OK
R2.LATC
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Routing Diagram
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Section 18.3 - Manual deactivation (Routing diagram)
Manual deactivation of the latch function
YES
NO
To setup menu
40.0
OK
OK
NO
Rx.LATC
ENT.SET
Txt 65
Txt 67
OK
0000
9999
R1 reset
40.0
YES
NO
40.0
0000
R1.LATC
R1.LATC
PASSW
R1.RLSE
Txt 65
Txt 65
Txt 1
Txt 66
OK
NO
OK
1.1
OK
1.5
0000
9999
YES
NO
R2 reset
40.0
40.0
0000
R2.LATC
R2.LATC
PASSW
R2.RLSE
Txt 65
Txt 65
Txt 1
Txt 66
OK
NO
OK
1.1
1.5
32
OK
To default state 1.0
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Scrolling Help Text in Display
Section 19 - Scrolling help text in display line 3
[01] Set correct password
[02] Enter advanced setup menu?
[03] Select temperature input
Select potentiometer input
Select linear resistance input
Select current input
Select voltage input
[04] Select 0.0-1 V input range
Select 0.2-1 V input range
Select 0-5 V input range
Select 1-5 V input range
Select 0-10 V input range
Select 2-10 V input range
[05] Select 0-20 mA input range
Select 4-20 mA input range
[06] Select 2-wire sensor connection
Select 3-wire sensor connection
Select 4-wire sensor connection
[07] Set resistance value low
[08] Set resistance value high
[09] Select Celsius as temperature unit
Select Fahrenheit as temperature unit
[10] Select TC sensor type
Select Ni sensor type
Select Pt sensor type
Select Cu sensor type
[11] Select display unit
[12] Select decimal point position
[13] Set display range low
[14] Set display range high
[15] Set relays in % of input range
Set relays in display units
[16] Select Pt10 as sensor type
Select Pt20 as sensor type
Select Pt50 as sensor type
Select Pt100 as sensor type
Select Pt200 as sensor type
Select Pt250 as sensor type
Select Pt300 as sensor type
Select Pt400 as sensor type
Select Pt500 as sensor type
Select Pt1000 as sensor type
[17] Select Ni50 as sensor type
Select Ni100 as sensor type
Select Ni120 as sensor type
Select Ni1000 as sensor type
[69] Select Cu10 as sensor type
Select Cu20 as sensor type
Select Cu50 as sensor type
Select Cu100 as sensor type
[18] Select TC-B as sensor type
Select TC-E as sensor type
Select TC-J as sensor type
Select TC-K as sensor type
Select TC-L as sensor type
Select TC-N as sensor type
Select TC-R as sensor type
Select TC-S as sensor type
Select TC-T as sensor type
Select TC-U as sensor type
Select TC-W3 as sensor type
Select TC-W5 as sensor type
Select TC-Lr as sensor type
[19] Select OFF function - relay is permanently off
Select POWER function - relay indicates power status
OK
Select ERROR function - relay indicates sensor error
only
Select WINDOW function - relay controlled by 2
setpoints
Select SETPOINT function - relay controlled by 1
setpoint
[20] Select Normally Closed contact
Select Normally Open contact
[21] Set relay setpoint
[22] Activate relay on decreasing signal
Activate relay on increasing signal
[23] Set relay hysteresis
[24] No error action - undefined status at error
Open relay contact at error
Close relay contact at error
Hold relay status at error
[25] Set relay ON delay in seconds
[26] Set relay OFF delay in seconds
[27] Relay contact is Closed Inside Window
Relay contact is Open Inside Window
[28] Set relay window setpoint high
[29] Set relay window setpoint low
[30] Set relay window hysteresis
[31] No error action - undefined status at error
Open relay contact at error
Close relay contact at error
Hold relay status at error
[32] Set relay ON delay in seconds
[33] Set relay OFF delay in seconds
[34] Open relay contact at error
Close relay contact at error
[36] Select current as analogue output type
Select voltage as analogue output type
[37] Select 0-20 mA output range
Select 4-20 mA output range
Select S4-20 mA with safety readback
Select 20-0 mA output range
Select 20-4 mA output range
Select S20-4 mA with safety readback
[38] Select no error action - output undefined at error
Select downscale at error
Select NAMUR NE43 downscale at error
Select NAMUR NE43 upscale at error
[39] Select 0.0-1 V output range
Select 0.2-1 V output range
Select 0-5 V output range
Select 1-5 V output range
Select 0-10 V output range
Select 2-10 V output range
Select 1-0.0 V output range
Select 1-0.2 V output range
Select 5-0 V output range
Select 5-1 V output range
Select 10-0 V output range
Select 10-2 V output range
[41] Set temperature for analogue output low
[42] Set temperature for analogue output high
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[43] Enter password setup
Enter simulation mode
Perform process calibration
Enter display setup
Perform memory operations
Enter relay latch setup
[44] Load saved configuration into DRST-UR
[45]
[46]
[47]
[48]
[49]
[50]
[51]
[52]
[53]
[54]
[55]
[56]
[57]
[58]
[59]
[60]
[61]
[62]
[63]
[64]
[65]
[66]
[67]
Save DRST-UR configuration in DRSL-DISPLAY
Adjust LCD contrast
Adjust LCD backlight
Write a 6-character device TAG
Analogue output value is shown in display line 3
Device TAG is shown in display line 3
Calibrate input low to process value?
Calibrate input high to process value?
Enable simulation mode?
Set the input simulation value
Relay simulation - use 1 and 2 to toggle relay 1 and 2
Enable password protection?
Set new password
Enable Fastset functionality?
Relay setpoint - press 3 to save
Relay setpoint - Read only
Select language
Use process calibration values?
Set value for low calibration point
Set value for high calibration point
Select CJC connector (accessory)
Select internal temperature sensor
Enable relay latch function?
Relay is latched - press 3 to acknowledge
Relay 1 is latched - press 1 to release
Relay 2 is latched - press 2 to release
Relays are latched - press 1 or 2 tor release relay 1 or
relay 2
Release relay? (if conditions allow)
Enter setup menu? (latched relays may release!)
Graphic Depication of Latch
Section 20.1 - Graphic depiction of latch function setpoint
Input
signal
ON delay
OFF delay
Setpoint
(increasing)
Hysteresis
Time
Relay latched
Closed
Relay contact
(N.O.)
Open
Release not possible (setpoint still exceeded)
Release not possible (setpoint-hysteresis still exceeded)
Release not possible (OFF delay still exceeded)
Release possible (manual deactivation)
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Graphic Depication of Latch
Section 20.2 - Graphic depiction of latch function window
ON delay
OFF- delay
ON delay
OFF delay
Hysteresis
Setpoint high
Window
Setpoint low
Hysteresis
Time
Relay latched
Relay latched
Closed
Relay contact (N.O.)
Open
Release not possible (still inside window)
Release not possible (inside hysteresis)
Release not possible (OFF delay still active)
Release possible
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Graphic Depication of Latch
Section 20.3 - Graphic of relay action setpoint
Relay units
Relay units
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
60
60
Setpoint = 50
50
Setpoint = 50
50
Hysteresis = 10
40
Hysteresis = 10
40
30
30
20
Off N.O.
On N.O.
Off N.O.
10
On N.C.
Off N.C.
On N.C.
t
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
20
Off N.O.
On N.O.
Off N.O.
10
On N.C.
Off N.C.
On N.C.
100
t
0
Relay action: Increasing
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Relay action: Decreasing
Section 20.4 - Graphic depiction of relay action window
100
100
Relay units
90
90
80
80
70
Relay units
70
Hysteresis = 5
60
Hysteresis = 5
60
Setpoint High = 60
50
Setpoint High = 60
50
40
40
Setpoint Low = 40
Hysteresis = 5
30
20
Off
1
Off
1
Off
10
On
2
On
2
On
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Setpoint Low = 40
Hysteresis = 5
30
70
80
90
t
100
20
Off
1
Off
1
Off
10
On
2
On
2
On
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Relay function: Window (shown for increasing signal)
Relay function: Window (shown for decreasing signal)
Contact: Closed inside window =
Contact: Open inside window =
Contact: Closed inside window =
Contact: Open inside window =
1
2
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1
2
70
80
90
t
100
20
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Displays
Section 21.1 - 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 OMset software.
21.2 - 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.
21.3 - 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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Displays
21.4 - 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.
21.5 - 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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WARRANTY/DISCLAIMER
OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC. warrants this unit to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a
period of 13 months from date of purchase. OMEGA’s WARRANTY adds an additional one (1) month grace
period to the normal one (1) year product warranty to cover handling and shipping time. This ensures
that OMEGA’s customers receive maximum coverage on each product.
If the unit malfunctions, it must be returned to the factory for evaluation. OMEGA’s Customer Service
Department will issue an Authorized Return (AR) number immediately upon phone or written request.
Upon examination by OMEGA, if the unit is found to be defective, it will be repaired or replaced at no
charge. OMEGA’s WARRANTY does not apply to defects resulting from any action of the purchaser,
including but not limited to mishandling, improper interfacing, operation outside of design limits,
improper repair, or unauthorized modification. This WARRANTY is VOID if the unit shows evidence of
having been tampered with or shows evidence of having been damaged as a result of excessive corrosion;
or current, heat, moisture or vibration; improper specification; misapplication; misuse or other operating
conditions outside of OMEGA’s control. Components in which wear is not warranted, include but are not
limited to contact points, fuses, and triacs.
OMEGA is pleased to offer suggestions on the use of its various products. However,
OMEGA neither assumes responsibility for any omissions or errors nor assumes liability for
any damages that result from the use of its products in accordance with information provided
by OMEGA, either verbal or written. OMEGA warrants only that the parts manufactured by the
company will be as specified and free of defects. OMEGA MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OR
REPRESENTATIONS OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, EXCEPT THAT OF
TITLE, AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED. LIMITATION OF
LIABILITY: The remedies of purchaser set forth herein are exclusive, and the total liability of
OMEGA with respect to this order, whether based on contract, warranty, negligence,
indemnification, strict liability or otherwise, shall not exceed the purchase price of the
component upon which liability is based. In no event shall OMEGA be liable for
consequential, incidental or special damages.
CONDITIONS: Equipment sold by OMEGA is not intended to be used, nor shall it be used: (1) as a “Basic
Component” under 10 CFR 21 (NRC), used in or with any nuclear installation or activity; or (2) in medical
applications or used on humans. Should any Product(s) be used in or with any nuclear installation or
activity, medical application, used on humans, or misused in any way, OMEGA assumes no responsibility
as set forth in our basic WARRANTY/DISCLAIMER language, and, additionally, purchaser will indemnify
OMEGA and hold OMEGA harmless from any liability or damage whatsoever arising out of the use of the
Product(s) in such a manner.
RETURN REQUESTS/INQUIRIES
Direct all warranty and repair requests/inquiries to the OMEGA Customer Service Department. BEFORE
RETURNING ANY PRODUCT(S) TO OMEGA, PURCHASER MUST OBTAIN AN AUTHORIZED RETURN (AR)
NUMBER FROM OMEGA’S CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT (IN ORDER TO AVOID PROCESSING
DELAYS). The assigned AR number should then be marked on the outside of the return package and on any
correspondence.
The purchaser is responsible for shipping charges, freight, insurance and proper packaging to prevent
breakage in transit.
FOR NON-WARRANTY REPAIRS, consult
FOR WARRANTY RETURNS, please have the
OMEGA for current repair charges. Have
following information available BEFORE contacting
the following information available BEFORE
OMEGA:
contacting OMEGA:
1.Purchase Order number under which the product
1. Purchase Order number to cover the COST
was PURCHASED,
of the repair,
2.Model and serial number of the product under
2. Model and serial number of the product, and
warranty, and
3. Repair instructions and/or specific problems
3. Repair instructions and/or specific problems
relative to the product.
relative to the product.
OMEGA’s policy is to make running changes, not model changes, whenever an improvement is possible. This affords our
customers the latest in technology and engineering.
OMEGA is a trademark of OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC.
© Copyright 2018 OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC. All rights reserved. This document may not be copied, photocopied,
reproduced, translated, or reduced to any electronic medium or machine-readable form, in whole or in part, without the prior
written consent of OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC.
Where Do I Find Everything I Need for
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TEMPERATURE
M
U Thermocouple, RTD & Thermistor Probes, Connectors,
Panels & Assemblies
M
U Wire: Thermocouple, RTD & Thermistor
M
U Calibrators & Ice Point References
M
U Recorders, Controllers & Process Monitors
M
U Infrared Pyrometers
PRESSURE, STRAIN AND FORCE
M
U Transducers & Strain Gages
M
U Load Cells & Pressure Gages
M
U Displacement Transducers
M
U Instrumentation & Accessories
FLOW/LEVEL
M
U Rotameters, Gas Mass Flowmeters & Flow Computers
M
U Air Velocity Indicators
M
U Turbine/Paddlewheel Systems
M
U Totalizers & Batch Controllers
pH/CONDUCTIVITY
M
U pH Electrodes, Testers & Accessories
M
U Benchtop/Laboratory Meters
M
U Controllers, Calibrators, Simulators & Pumps
M
U Industrial pH & Conductivity Equipment
DATA ACQUISITION
M
U Communications-Based Acquisition Systems
M
U Data Logging Systems
M
U Wireless Sensors, Transmitters, & Receivers
M
U Signal Conditioners
M
U Data Acquisition Software
HEATERS
M
U Heating Cable
M
U Cartridge & Strip Heaters
M
U Immersion & Band Heaters
M
U Flexible Heaters
M
U Laboratory Heaters
ENVIRONMENTAL
MONITORING AND CONTROL
M
U Metering & Control Instrumentation
M
U Refractometers
M
U Pumps & Tubing
M
U Air, Soil & Water Monitors
M
U Industrial Water & Wastewater Treatment
M
U pH, Conductivity & Dissolved Oxygen Instruments
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