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Omega iLD Big Display Owner Manual
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part 1: Introduction............................................................................................2
1.1
Description .................................................................................2
1.2
Safety Considerations ...............................................................3
1.3
Before You Begin .......................................................................4
Part 2: Setup.......................................................................................................5
2.1
Mounting .....................................................................................5
2.2
Rear Panel Connections............................................................7
2.3
Electrical Installation .................................................................8
2.3.1 Power Connections........................................................8
2.3.2 Strain Gauge ...................................................................9
2.3.3 Process Current............................................................11
2.3.4 Process Voltage............................................................11
2.3.5 Communication Output ...............................................12
Part 3: Operation: Configuration Mode .........................................................13
3.1
Introduction ..............................................................................13
Turning your Instrument On for the First Time
Buttons Functions in Configuration Mode
3.2
Menu Configuration ................................................................14
3.2.1 ID Number .....................................................................15
3.2.2 Setpoints .......................................................................16
3.2.3 Configuration Menu ....................................................17
3.2.4 Input Type Menu ...........................................................17
3.2.5 Reading Configuration Menu .....................................20
3.2.6 Input Reading (Scale & Offset)....................................22
3.2.7 Alarm 1 Menu ...............................................................26
3.2.8 Alarm 2 Menu................................................................30
3.2.9 Reading Adjust Menu...................................................31
3.2.10 Setpoint Deviation Menu / Field Calibration ..............32
3.2.11 ID Code Menu ...............................................................33
3.2.12 Communication (Options) Menu.................................35
3.2.13 Display Color Selection Menu.....................................41
Part 4: Specifications ......................................................................................44
Part 5: Factory Preset Values .........................................................................46
APPROVAL INFORMATION .......................................................................48
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LIST OF FIGURES:
Figure 2.1
Figure 2.2
Figure 2.3
Figure 2.4
Figure 2.5
Figure 2.6
Figure 2.7
Figure 2.8
Figure 2.9
Figure 2.10
Figure 2.11
Figure 2.12
Figure 3.1
Figure 3.2
Figure 3.3
Figure 3.4
Figure 3.5
Figure 3.6
Figure 3.7
Figure 3.8
Figure 3.9
Figure 3.10
Figure 3.11
Mounting ...............................................................................................5
Rear Panel Power Connections .........................................................7
Rear Panel Input Connections ...........................................................7
Main Power Connections.....................................................................8
Inside Cover Rear View........................................................................8
a) 4-Wire Voltage/Bridge Input with Internal Excitation
Wiring Hookup................................................................................9
b) 4-Wire Voltage/Bridge Input with External Excitation
Wiring Hookup .................................................................................9
a) 6-Wire Bridge Input with Internal Excitation and Ratio
Measurement Wiring Hookup.........................................................9
b) 6-Wire Bridge Input with External Excitation and Ratio
Measurement Wiring Hookup.........................................................9
4-Wire Voltage Input (Bridge with Amplified Output) with
Internal Excitation .............................................................................10
a) Excitation Output...........................................................................10
b) Top View Location of S2................................................................10
Process Current Wiring Hookup
(Internal and External Excitation)......................................................11
Process Voltage Wiring Hookup
a) Without Sensor Excitation ..........................................................11
b) With Sensor Excitation ................................................................11
Communication Output:
a) RS-232 Output – Wiring Hookup ................................................12
b) RS-485 Output – Wiring Hookup ................................................12
Flow Chart for ID and Setpoints........................................................14
Flow Chart for Configuration Menu ..................................................17
Flow Chart for Input Type Menu........................................................17
Flow Chart for Reading Configuration .............................................20
Flow Chart for Alarm 1 .......................................................................26
Flow Chart for Alarm 2 .......................................................................30
Flow Chart for Reading Adjust Menu ...............................................31
Flow Chart for Setpoint Deviation Menu .........................................32
Flow Chart for ID Code.......................................................................33
Flow Chart for Communication Option ............................................35
Flow Chart for Display Color Selection ............................................41
LIST OF TABLES:
Table 2.1
Table 2.2
Table 2.3
Table 3.1
Table 3.2
Table 3.3
Table 5.1
Front Panel Annunciators....................................................................6
Rear Panel Connector ..........................................................................7
Jumper Connections..........................................................................10
Button Function in Configuration Mode...........................................13
Conversion Table................................................................................23
Input Resolution Multiplier ................................................................23
Factory Preset Values ........................................................................46
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NOTES, WARNINGS and CAUTIONS
Information that is especially important to note is identified by following labels:
• NOTE
• WARNING or CAUTION
• IMPORTANT
• TIP
NOTE: Provides you with information that is important to successfully
setup and use the Programmable Digital Meter.
CAUTION or WARNING: Tells you about the risk of electrical shock.
CAUTION, WARNING or IMPORTANT: Tells you of circumstances or
practices that can effect the instrument’s functionality and must refer
to accompanying documents.
TIP: Provides you helpful hints.
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PART 1
INTRODUCTION
1.1 Description
This device can be purchased as monitor (read process value only) or as
a controller.
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The iLD Big Display Strain and Process monitors can measure a wide variety
of DC voltage and current inputs for all common load cells, pressure
transducers and strain gauge type of transducer. The voltage /current inputs
are fully scaleable to virtually all engineering units, with selectable decimal
point, perfect for use with pressure, flow or other process input.
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The iLD monitor features a large, three color programmable display with
capability to change a color every time when Alarm is triggered. The standard
features include built-in excitation for transducers, selectable as 10V @ 60 mA
or 5 V @ 40 mA. (Built-in excitation is not available with optional isolated
RS-232/485 Serial Communication). Universal power supply accepts 100 to
240 Vac.
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1.2 Safety Considerations
This device is marked with the international caution symbol. It is important
to read this manual before installing or commissioning this device as it
contains important information relating to Safety and EMC
(Electromagnetic Compatibility).
This instrument is protected in accordance with Class II of EN 61010
(115/230 AC power connections). Installation of this instrument should be
done by qualified personnel. In order to ensure safe operation, the
following instructions should be followed.
This instrument has no power-on switch. An external switch or circuitbreaker shall be included in the building installation as a disconnecting
device. It shall be marked to indicate this function, and it shall be in close
proximity to the equipment within easy reach of the operator. The switch or
circuit-breaker shall meet the relevant requirements of IEC 947–1 and
IEC 947-3 (International Electrotechnical Commission). The switch shall
not be incorporated in the main supply cord.
Furthermore, to provide protection against excessive energy being drawn
from the main supply in case of a fault in the equipment, an overcurrent
protection device shall be installed.
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Do not exceed voltage rating on the label located on the top of the
instrument housing.
Always disconnect power before changing signal and power
connections.
Do not use this instrument on a work bench without its case for safety
reasons.
Do not operate this instrument in flammable or explosive atmospheres.
Do not expose this instrument to rain or moisture.
Unit mounting should allow for adequate ventilation to ensure
instrument does not exceed operating temperature rating.
Use electrical wires with adequate size to handle mechanical strain
and power requirements. Install without exposing bare wire outside the
connector to minimize electrical shock hazards.
EMC Considerations
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Whenever EMC is an issue, always use shielded cables.
Never run signal and power wires in the same conduit.
Use signal wire connections with twisted-pair cables.
Install Ferrite Bead(s) on signal wires close to the instrument if EMC
problems persist.
Failure to follow all instructions and warnings may result in injury!
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1.3 Before You Begin
Inspecting Your Shipment:
Remove the packing slip and verify that you have received everything
listed. Inspect the container and equipment for signs of damage as soon
as you receive the shipment. Note any evidence of rough handling in
transit. Immediately report any damage to the shipping agent. The carrier
will not honor damage claims unless all shipping material is saved for
inspection. After examining and removing the contents, save the packing
material and carton in the event reshipment is necessary.
Customer Service:
If you need assistance, please call the nearest Customer Service
Department, listed in this manual.
Manuals, Software:
The latest Operation and Communication Manual as well as free
configuration software and ActiveX controls are available from the
website listed in this manual or on the CD-ROM enclosed with your
shipment.
For first-time users: Refer to the QuickStart Manual for basic operation
and set-up instructions.
If you have the Serial Communications/Ethernet Option you can easily
configure the controller on your computer or on-line.
To Disable Outputs:
Standby Mode is useful during setup of the instrument or when
maintenance of the system is necessary. When the instrument is in
standby, it remains in the ready condition but all outputs are disabled.
This allows the system to remain powered and ready to go.
When the instrument is in "RUN" Mode, push d twice to disable all
outputs and alarms. It is now in "STANDBY" Mode. Push d once more
to resume "RUN" Mode.
PUSH d TWICE to disable the system during an EMERGENCY.
To Reset the Meter:
When the controller is in the "MENU" Mode, push c once to direct
controller one step backward of the top menu item.
Push c twice to reset controller, prior to resuming "Run" Mode except
after "Alarms", that will go to the "Run" Mode without resetting the
controller.
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PART 2
SETUP
2.1 Mounting
Figure 2.1 Mounting
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Mounting iLD Big Display Through Panel:
1. Using the panel cutout diagram shown above, cut an opening in the
panel.
2. Remove six (or eight) screws at the back of iLD Big Display to remove
back cover.
3. Insert the unit into the opening from the front of the panel so the gasket
seals between the bezel and the front of the panel.
4. Pass all wiring through customer drilled holes in back cover and
connect wiring to terminal blocks.
5. Align back cover to iLD Big Display and reinstall screws.
Mounting iLD Big Display on Bail:
1. Remove six (or eight) screws at the back of iLD Big Display to remove
back cover.
2. Pass all wiring through customer drilled holes in back cover and
connect wiring to terminal blocks.
3. Align back cover to iLD Big Display and reinstall screws.
4. Mark the location of mounting screws on the flat surface.
5. Be sure to leave enough room around the bail to allow for removal and
rotation of the display.
6. The display can be rotated for the best viewing angle.
Table 2.1 Front Panel Annunciators
1
2
a / MENU
b / PK/GRS
c / TARE
d / ENTER
Output 1/Setpoint 1/ Alarm 1 indicator
Output 2/Setpoint 2/ Alarm 2 indicator
Changes display to Configuration Mode
and advances through menu items*
Used in Program Mode and Peak or Gross
Recall*
Used in Program Mode and to Tare your
reading*
Accesses submenus in Configuration Mode
and stores selected values*
* See Part 3 Operation: Configuration Mode
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2.2 Rear Panel Connections
The rear panel connections are shown in Figures 2.2 and 2.3.
POWER
Figure 2.2 Rear Panel Power Connections
Figure 2.3 Rear Panel Input Connections
Table 2.2 Rear Panel Connector
POWER
INPUT
OPTION
AC Power Connector: All models
Input Connector: TB9
Based on one of the following models: RS-232C or RS-485
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2.3 Electrical Installation
2.3.1 Power Connections
Caution: Do not connect power to your device until you have completed all
input and output connections. Failure to do so may result in injury!
Connect the main power connections as shown in Figure 2.4.
POWER
Figure 2.4 Main Power Connections
AC
PWR
DC
PWR
TB1
TB2
1 2 3
LN
REMOTE
PROGRAMMER
TB3
1 2 1 2 3 4 5
+ -
COMMUNICATION
PJ3
1 3 5
2 4 6
OUTPUTS
INPUTS
TB4
TB5
TB9
1 2 3
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
123456
Figure 2.5 Inside Cover Rear View
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2.3.2 Strain Gauge
The figure below shows the wiring hookup for 4-wire bridge input.
Figure 2.6
a) 4-Wire Voltage/Bridge Input
with Internal Excitation
Wiring Hookup
b) 4-Wire Bridge Input with
External Excitation Wiring
Hookup
In 4-Wire connections the voltage drop across long excitation lead wires of strain
gauge bridge may cause measurement errors. The output of a strain gauge
bridge also depends on the stability of excitation voltage. To correct for voltage
drop and changes in excitation voltage, 6-wire input configuration and ratio
measurement are used.
In order for the Ratiometric to work properly, the External Excitation
should not drop below 4.6 Vdc.
The figure below shows 6-wire hookup for 6-wire bridge input.
Figure 2.7
a) 6-Wire Bridge Input with
Internal Excitation and
Ratio Measurement Wiring
Hookup
b) 6-Wire Bridge Input with
External Excitation and
Ratio Measurement Wiring
Hookup
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The figure below shows Voltage (bridge with amplified output) input with internal
excitation.
Figure 2.8 4-Wire Voltage Input
(Bridge with Amplified Output) with Internal Excitation
Where: +S: signal plus, -S: signal return, +Ext: excitation plus, -Ext: excitation return
+E: plus excitation sense, -E: minus excitation sense.
This meter is capable of supplying 5 or 10 Vdc sensor excitation. The excitation
output connection and location of S2 pin selection jumper are shown below.
If your meter has an excitation option, then communication is not available.
Figure 2.9
a) Excitation Output
b) Top View Location of S2
Install jumpers according to the table below.
Table 2.3 Jumper Connections
Excitation Output
S2
A
Close
Open
10 V
5V
Factory default is 10 V.
10
B
Open
Close
2.3.3 Process Current
The figure below shows the wiring hookup for Process Current 0 – 20 mA.
Figure 2.10 Process Current Wiring Hookup
(Internal and External Excitation)
When configuring your instrument, select Process Type in the Input Type Menu (see Part 3).
2.3.4 Process Voltage
The figure below shows the wiring hookup for Process Voltage 0 – 100 mV,
0 – 1 V, 0 – 10 V.
Figure 2.11
a) Process Voltage Wiring Hookup b) Process Voltage Wiring Hookup
with Sensor Excitation
without Sensor Excitation
RL - Voltage limiting resistor, which allows conversion of the 24 Vdc internal excitation voltage to
the appropriate process input value. For instance: if the potentiometer value is equal to 10 kΩ, the
minimum RL is 14 kΩ for 10 V process input.
When configuring your instrument, select Process Type in the Input Type Menu (see Part 3).
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2.3.5 Communication Output
This device may have a programmable communication output. The RS-232 and
RS-485 Output Connection are shown below.
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1
Figure 2.12
a) RS-232 Output Wiring Hookup b) RS-485 Output Wiring Hookup
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PART 3
OPERATION: Configuration Mode
3.1 Introduction
The instrument has two different modes of operation. The first, Run Mode, is
used to display values for the Process Variable, and to display or clear Peak
and Valley values. The other mode, Menu Configuration Mode, is used to
navigate through the menu options and configure the controller. Part 3 of this
manual will explain the Menu Configuration Mode. For your instrument to
operate properly, the user must first "program" or configure the menu options.
Turning your Controller On for the First Time
The device becomes active as soon as it is connected to a power source. It
has no On or Off switch. The device at first momentarily shows the software
version number, followed by reset RST, and then proceeds to the Run Mode.
Table 3.1 Button Function in Configuration Mode
• To enter the Menu, the user must first press a button.
• Use this button to advance/navigate to the next menu item. The user can
a
navigate through all the top level menus by pressing a.
MENU
• While a parameter is being modified, press a to escape without saving
the parameter.
• Press the up b button to scroll through “flashing” selections. When a
numerical value is displayed press this key to increase value of a
parameter that is currently being modified.
b
• Holding the b button down for approximately 3 seconds will speed up the
PK/GRS
rate at which the set point value increments.
(UP)
• In the Run Mode press b causes the display to flash the PEAK or
GROSS value – press again to return to the Run Mode.
• Press the down c button to go back to a previous Top Level Menu item.
• Press this button twice to reset the controller to the Run Mode.
• When a numerical value is flashing (except set point value) press c to
scroll digits from left to right allowing the user to select the desired digit to
modify.
c
• When a setpoint value is displayed press c to decrease value of a
TARE
setpoint that is currently being modified. Holding the c button down for
(DOWN)
approximately 3 seconds will speed up the rate at which the setpoint
value is decremented.
• In the Run Mode press c causes the display to flash the TARE value to
tare your reading (zeroing) - press again to return to the Run Mode.
• Press the enter d button to access the submenus from a Top Level
Menu item.
• Press d to store a submenu selection or after entering a value — the
d
ENTER
display will flash a STRD message to confirm your selection.
• To reset flashing Peak or Valley press d.
• In the Run Mode, press d twice to enable Standby Mode with
flashing STBY.
Reset: Except for Alarms, modifying any settings of the menu configuration
will reset the instrument prior to resuming Run Mode.
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3.2 Menu Configuration
It is recommended that you put the controller in the Standby Mode for
any configuration change other than Setpoints & Alarms.
Figure 3.1 Flow Chart for ID and Setpoints
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3.2.1 ID Number
SEE ID MENU SELECTION IN CONFIGURATION SECTION FOR
ENABLE/DISABLE OR CHANGE ID CODE.
If ID Code is Disabled or set as Default (0000) the menu will skip ID step
to Setpoint Menu.
If ID Code is set to Full Security Level and user attempts to enter the
Main Menu, they will be prompted for an ID Code.
If ID Code is set to Setpoint/ID Security Level and user attempts to enter
the Configuration Menu, they will be prompted for an ID Code.
ENTERING YOUR NON-DEFAULT FULL SECURITY ID NUMBER.
Press a
1) Display shows ID.
Press d
2) Display advances to ____.
Press b & c 3) Press b to increase digit 0-9. Press c to activate next digit
(flashing). Continue to use b and c to enter your 4-digit ID
code.
Press d
4) If the correct ID code is entered, the menu will advance to the
Setpoint 1 Menu, otherwise an error message ERRo will be
displayed and the instrument will return to the Run Mode.
To change ID Code, see ID Menu in the Configuration section.
ENTERING YOUR NON-DEFAULT SETPOINT/ID SECURITY ID NUMBER.
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
a
a
a
d
b&c
d
5) Display shows SP1 Setpoint 1 Menu.
6) Display shows SP2 Setpoint 2 Menu.
7) Display shows ID ID Code Menu.
8) Display advances to ____.
9) Use b and c to change your ID Code.
10) If correct ID Code is entered, the display will advance to the
INPT Input Menu, otherwise the error message ERRo will be
displayed and the controller will return to the Run Mode.
To prevent unauthorized tampering with the setup parameters, the
instrument provides protection by requiring the user to enter the ID Code
before allowing access to subsequent menus. If the ID Code entered
does not match the ID Code stored, the controller responds with an error
message and access to subsequent menus will be denied.
Use numbers that are easy for you to remember. If the ID Code is
forgotten or lost, call customer service with your serial number to access
and reset the default to 0000.
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3.2.2 Set Points
SETPOINT 1:
Press a
1) Press a, if necessary until SP1 prompt appears.
Press d
2) Display shows previous value of “Setpoint 1”.
Press b & c 3) Press b and c to increase or decrease Setpoint 1
respectively.
Holding b & c buttons down for approximately 3 seconds will speed up the
rate at which the Setpoint value increments or decrements.
Press b & c 4) Continue to use b and c to enter your 4-digit Setpoint 1 value.
Press d
5) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to SP2 only, if a change was made, otherwise press
a to advance to SP2 Setpoint 2 Menu.
SETPOINT 2:
Press d
6) Display shows previous value of “Setpoint 2”.
Press b & c 7) Press b and c to increase or decrease Setpoint 2
respectively.
Holding b & c buttons down for approximately 3 seconds will speed up
the rate at which the setpoint value increments or decrements.
Press d
8) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to CNFG only, if a change was made, otherwise press
a to advance to CNFG Configuration Menu.
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3.2.3 Configuration Menu
Figure 3.2 Flow Chart for Configuration Menu
Enter Configuration Menu:
Press a
Press d
Press a
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appear.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Pressing and releasing a to scroll through all available
menus of Configuration section.
3.2.4 Input Type Menu
Figure 3.3 Flow Chart for Input Type Menu
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ENTER INPUT TYPE MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press d
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Display flashes 0-0.1, 0-1.0, 0-10 or 0-20 (0 to 100 mV,
0 to 1 V, 0 to 10 V or 0 to 20 mA).
INPUT TYPE MENU:
Press b
4) Scroll through the available selection of input ranges 0-0.1,
0-1.0, 0-10 or 0-20 to the selection of your choice.
Press d
5) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to the RT1B Ratiometric operation submenu.
Input Types:
Display:
100 mV 1 V
0-0.1 0-1.0
10 V
0-10
0 – 20 mA
0-20
To have +100 mV you need to connect to 0-1 V.
RATIOMETRIC OPERATION SUBMENU:
Press d
6) Display flashes previous selection of ENBL Enable or DSBL
Disable.
Press b
7) Scroll through the available selection ENBL or DSBL
(flashing).
Press d
8) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to RESO Display Resolution Submenu.
The Ratiometric operations are typically used for Strain gauge monitor.
If your instrument is configured as Process (voltage and current), set RT1B
to DSBLdisable Ratiometric operations.
If ENBL Ratiometric operations Enabled was selected, the changes to
the excitation voltage will be compensated through Ratio measurement.
If DSBL Ratiometric operation Disabled was selected, any changes to
the excitation voltage will effect the output of strain gauge bridge and, as
a result, a reading of the instrument.
DISPLAY RESOLUTION SUBMENU:
Press a
9) Display flashes previous selection of LO Low or HI High
resolution.
Press d
10) Scroll through the available selection LO or HI (flashing).
Press d
11) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to BUTN Button Selection Submenu.
If LO Low Resolution was selected the resolution of the display is 10 µV.
If HI High Resolution was selected the resolution of the display is 1 µV. In
case of High Resolution, the maximum input signal is 10 mV.
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BUTTON SELECTION SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
12) Display flashes previous selection of GROS Gross or PEAK
Peak.
13) Scroll through the available selection GROS or PEAK to the
selection of your choice.
14) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to RDG Reading Configuration Menu.
If GROS was selected, in the Run Mode pressing b button causes the
display to flash Gross value (value measured without zeroing of the
display).
If PEAK was selected, in the Run Mode pressing b button causes the
display to flash Peak value.
0 - 20 mA current input used for process measurement only.
For 4 - 20 mA Input select 0 - 20 mA and adjust the Input/Reading
accordingly. To adjust 4 - 20 mA input, see example under
INPUT/READING Submenu.
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3.2.5 Reading Configuration
Figure 3.4 Flow Chart for Reading Configuration Menu
ENTER READING CONFIGURATION MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press a
Press d
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Display advances to RDG Reading Configuration Menu.
4) Display advances to DEC Decimal Point.
DECIMAL POINT SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
5) Display flashes previous selection for Decimal location.
6) Scroll though the available selections and choose Decimal
location: FFFF , FFF.F , FF.FF or F.FFF
7) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily only, if
changes were made, otherwise press a to advance to LOAD
Known/Unknown Loads Submenu.
Decimal Point is passive.
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KNOWN/UNKNOWN LOADS SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
8) Display flashes previous selection of ENBL Enable or DSBL
Disable.
9) Scroll though the available selection of ENBL or DSBL
(flashing).
10) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to L.PNT Linearization Points Submenu.
If ENBL Known Loads scaling method was selected, calculate
the input values to the instrument based on the actual signal
being received. If DSBL Without Known Loads scaling method
was selected, calculate input values to the instrument based on
the transducer specification.
LINEARIZATION POINTS SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
11) Display flashes previous selection of Linearization Points
Submenu.
12) Scroll though the available selections: 0002 , 0003 , 0004 ,
0005 , 0006 , 0007 , 0008 , 0009 , 0010 - up to 10
Linearization Points can be selected. Default is 0002 .
If display flashes NONE , your instrument has only 2 linearization
points.
Press d
13) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily only, if a
change was made, otherwise press a to advance to the FLTR
Filter Constant Submenu.
Linearization Points allow users to customize the Transducer curve.
FILTER CONSTANT SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
14) Display flashes previous selection for Filter Constant.
15) Scroll though the available selections: 0001, 0002, 0004,
0008, 0016, 0032, 0064, 0128. - Default is 0004
16) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily only, if a
change was made, otherwise press a to advance to IN.RD
Input/Reading Submenu.
The Filter Constant Submenu allows the user to specify the
number of readings stored in the Digital Averaging Filter.
For PID control select filter value 0001-0004. A filter value of 2 is
approximately equal to 1 second RC low pass time constant.
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3.2.6 Input/Reading (Scale and Offset) Menu
Input voltage or current can be converted or scaled into values appropriate for
the process or signal being measured. So, a reading may be displayed, for
example, in units of weight or velocity instead of in amperes and volts.
The instrument determines Scale and Offset values based on two user-provided
input values entered with the corresponding readings.
There are two methods to scale this meter to display readings in engineering units.
The first method is to scale with known loads. Do this by applying known loads
to a transducer connected to a meter, or by simulating the output of the
transducer with voltage or current simulator.
The second method is to scale without known inputs. Do this by calculating
input values based on transducer specifications and manually entering them
through the front panel push-buttons.
Example 1: Scaling with Known Loads (On-Line Calibration).
When entering the input or reading values, disregard the position of the
decimal point.
If ENBL Enabled Load Submenu was selected, instrument is ready for
scaling with Known Loads method.
Apply a known load equal to approximately 0% of the
transducer range.
Press d
17) Press d at the IN.RD prompt. Display shows IN1 Input 1
Submenu.
Press d
18) Display shows the actual signal being received.
Press d
19) Display advances to RD1 Reading 1 Submenu.
Press d
20) Display shows last stored Reading 1 value with 1st digit flashing.
Press b & c 21) Use b and c buttons to enter RD1 value.
This value corresponds to Input 1 in terms of some meaningful
engineering units. To show Input 1 as zero percent enter RD1
value = 0000.
Press d
22) Display shows IN!2 Input 2 Submenu.
Apply a known load equal to approximately 100% of the
transducer range.
Press d
23) Display shows the actual signal being received.
Press d
24) Display advances to RD!2 Reading 2 Submenu.
Press d
25) Display shows last stored Reading 1 value with 1st digit flashing.
Press b & c 26) Use b and c buttons to enter RD!2 value.
This value corresponds to Input 2 in terms of some meaningful
engineering units. To show Input 2 as 100% enter RD!2 value = 0100.
This scaling method based on 2 input values entered with 2 corresponding
reading. Up to 10 linearization points can be selected to customize the
transducer curve. To select linearization points see “L.PNt” Submenu.
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Max scale should not be more than 50% FS because of noise related
issues.
Press d
27) Display flashes STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to ALR1 only, if a change was made, otherwise
advances to ALR1 Alarm 1 Menu.
Example 2: Scaling without Known Loads.
If DSBL Disabled Load Submenu was selected, instrument is ready for
scaling Without Known Loads method.
To scale without known inputs, calculate inputs based on transducer specifications
and manually enter them on the via front panel push-buttons. The following example
assumes load cells with this specification:
Maximum Load:
100.0 lb
Output:
3.0 mV/V
Sensor Excitation
10 V
Maximum Sensor Output = 3.0 (mV/V) x 10 (V) = 30 mV
1. Determine the correct values for Inputs (IN!1 and IN!2).
Calculate IN!1 and IN!2using the following equation:
IN = (Sensor Output) x (Converison Number) x (Multiplier)
Conversion number is a coefficient of conversion between input values
and real full display range (10000 counts). See Table 3.2 below for
proper conversion number.
Table 3.2 Conversion Table
INPUT RANGE
0 ~ 100 mV
0~1V
0 ~ 10 V
0 ~ 20 mA
CONVERSION NUMBER
10000 / (100 x 1) = 100 cts/mV
10000 / (1000 x 1) = 10 cts/mV
10000 / (1000 x 10) = 1 cts/mV
10000 / (20 x 1) = 500 cts/mV
Example
0-1V
In 1
Rd 1
Inp 2
Rd 2
=
=
=
=
=
=
0 - 100.0
0
0
9999
100.0
Multiplier determined by the Input Resolution setting (RESO in the INPT
Menu). See Table 3.3 below for proper multiplier.
Table 3.3 Input Resolution Multiplier
INPUT RANGE
0 ~ 100 mV
0~1V
0 ~ 10 V
0 ~ 20 mA
RESOLUTION
LOW
HIGH
1.0
10.0
1.0
10.0
1.0
10.0
1.0
10.0
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Determine IN!1 and IN!2 Input Range and Resolution. For our transducer select
0 ~ 100 mV range and LOW resolution (10 µV)
IN!1 = 0 (mV) X 100 (cts/mV) x 1.0 = 0
IN!2 = 30 (mV) X 100 (cts/mV) x 1.0 = 3000
2. Determine correct values for Display Reading (RD!1 and RD!2 ). In most
cases, RD!1 and RD!2are equal to the minimum and the maximum of the
transducer output range.
RD!1 = 0000
RD!2 = 100.0
3. Scaling the controller.
Press d
Press d
Press b & c
Press d
Press d
Press b & c
Press d
Press d
Press b & c
Press d
Press d
Press b & c
Press d
28) Press d at the IN.RD prompt. Display shows IN!1 Input 1
Submenu.
29) Display shows last stored Input 1 value with 1st digit flashing.
30) Use b and c buttons to enter IN!1 value (0000).
31) Display advances to RD!1 only, if a change was made,
otherwise press a to advance to RD!1 Reading 1 Submenu.
32) Display shows last stored Reading 1 value with 1st digit
flashing.
33) Use b and c buttons to enter RD!1 value (0000).
34) Display IN!2 Input 2 Submenu.
35) Display shows last stored Input 2 value with 1st digit flashing.
36) Use b and c buttons to enter IN!2 value (3000).
37) Display advances to RD!2 only, if a change was made,
otherwise press a to advance to RD!2 Reading 2 Submenu.
38) Display shows last stored Reading 2 value with 1st digit
flashing.
39) Use b and c buttons to enter RD!2 value (1000).
40) Display flashes STRD stored message momentarily and
then advances to ALR1 only, if a change was made, otherwise
advances to ALR1 Alarm 1 Menu.
This scaling method based on 2 input values entered with 2
corresponding reading. Up to 10 linearization points can be
selected to customize the transducer curve. To select
linearization points see “L.PNt” Submenu.
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Example 3: Scaling with Current/Voltage Transducer (Process) Input.
The following example include details for a specific scenario in
which a 4 - 20 mA input is to be represented as a measurement
of 0 - 100 percent.
41) Press d at the IN.RD prompt. Display shows IN!1 Input 1
Submenu.
Press d
42) Display shows Input 1 value with 1st digit flashing.
Press b & c 43) Use b and c buttons to enter IN!1 value.
Press d
The IN!1 value = min. input value x conversion number
from Table 3.1
Enter 4 mA as 4 (mA) x 500 = 2000
Press d
44) Display advances to RD!1 Reading 1 Submenu.
Press b & c 45) Use b and c buttons to enter RD!1 value.
This value corresponds to Input 1 in terms of some meaningful
engineering units. To show 4 mA as zero percent enter RD!1
value = 0000.
Press d
Press d
46) Display IN!2 Input 2 Submenu.
47) Display shows IN!2 Input 2 value with 1st digit flashing.
The IN!2 value = max. input value x conversion number
from Table 3.1
Enter 20 mA as 20 (mA) x 500 = 10000 (entered as 9999)
Press b & c 48) Use b and c buttons to enter IN!2 value.
Press d
49) Display advances to RD!2 Reading 2 Submenu.
Press b & c 50) Use b and c buttons to enter RD!2 value.
To show 20 mA as 100 percent enter RD!2 value = 0100
Press d
51) Display flashes STRD stored message momentarily and
then advances to ALR1 only, if a change was made, otherwise
advances to ALR1 Alarm 1 Menu.
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3.2.7 Alarm 1 Menu
Figure 3.5 Flow Chart for Alarm 1
ENTER ALARM 1 MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press a
Press d
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Press a, if necessary, until Display advances to ALR1 Alarm 1
Menu.
4) Display advances to Alarm 1 ENBL Enable or DSBL Disable
Submenu and flashes the previous selection.
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ALARM 1 ENABLE/DISABLE SUBMENU:
Press b
Press d
5) Scroll though the available selection until ENBL displays to
use Alarm 1.
6) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to ABSo only if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to ABSo Alarm 1 Absolute/Deviation Submenu.
If DSBL Alarm 1 Disabled was selected, all submenus of Alarm
1 Menu will be skipped and meter advances to ALR2 Alarm 2
Menu. If ENBL Alarm 1 Enabled was selected, Output 1 would
be automatically Disabled, and reassigned as Alarm 1.
ALARM 1 ABSOLUTE/DEVIATION SUBMENU:
Press d
Press d
7) Display flashes previous selection. Press b to ABSo
Absolute or _DEV Deviation.
8) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to LTçH only if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to LTçH Alarm 1 Latch/Unlatch Submenu.
Absolute Mode allows Alarm 1 to function independently from Setpoint 1. If the
process being monitored does not change often, then "Absolute" Mode is
recommended.
Deviation Mode allows changes to Setpoint 1 to be made automatically to
Alarm 1. Deviation mode is typically the ideal mode if the process value changes
often. In Deviation Mode, set Alarm 1 a certain number of degrees or counts
away from Setpoint 1 — this relation remains fixed even if Setpoint 1 is changed.
ALARM 1 LATCH/UNLATCH SUBMENU:
Press d
Press d
9) Display flashes previous selection. Press b to LTçH
Latched or UNLT Unlatched.
10) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to CT.CL only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to CT.CL Contact Closure Submenu.
Latched Mode: Relay remains "latched" until reset. To reset already latched
alarm, select Alarm Latch and press b twice (i.e. Unlatch and then back to
Latch) or from a Run Mode, push d twice to put the controller in Standby Mode
and then push d one more time to return to the Run Mode.
Unlatched Mode: Relay remains latched only as long as the alarm condition is
true.
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ACTIVE SUBMENU:
Press d
Press d
11) Display flashes previous selection. Press b to scroll through
the available selections: ABoV Above, BELo Below, HI.Lo
HI/Low and BAND Band. (Band is active if _DEV Deviation was
selected).
12) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to A.P.oN only if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to A.P.oN Alarm Enable/Disable at Power On Submenu.
Above: Alarm 1 condition triggered when the process variable is greater than the
Alarm Hi Value (Low value ignored).
Below: Alarm 1 condition triggered when the process variable is less than the
Alarm Low Value (Hi value ignored).
Hi/Low: Alarm 1 condition triggered when the process variable is less than the
Alarm Low Value or above the Hi Value.
Band: Alarm 1 condition triggered when the process variable is above or below
the "band" set around Setpoint 1. Band equals Hi Value (Low Value ignored). A
"band" is set around the Setpoint by the instrument only in the "Deviation" Mode.
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ALARM ENABLE/DISABLE AT POWER ON:
Press d
Press d
15) Display flashes previous selection. Press b to ENBL enable
or DSBL disable.
16) Display shows STRD stored message. momentarily and then
advances to ALR.L only if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to the ALR.L Alarm 1 Low Value Submenu.
If the alarm is enabled at Power On, the alarm will be active right after
reset. If the alarm is disabled at Power On, the alarm will become
enabled when the process value enters the non alarm area. The alarm is
not active while the process value is approaching Setpoint 1.
ALARM 1 LOW VALUE SUBMENU:
17) Display flashes 1st digit of previous value. Use b and c to
enter new value.
Press b & c 18) Use b and c to enter Alarm 1 Low Value.
Press d
19) Display shows STRD storage message momentarily and
then advances to ALR.H only, if it was changed, otherwise press
a to advance to ALR.H Alarm 1 Hi Value Submenu.
Press d
ALARM 1 HI VALUE SUBMENU:
20) Display flashes 1st digit of previous value. Use b and c to
enter new value.
Press b & c 21) Use b and c to enter Alarm1 Hi Value.
Press d
22) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to the next menu only, if it was changed, otherwise
press a to advance to the next menu.
Press d
If the input wires of the meter get disconnected or broken, it will display
+ OL Input (+) Overload message. For safety purposes you can set up
your alarm to be triggered when input is open.
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3.2.8 Alarm 2
Figure 3.6 Flow Chart for Alarm 2
ENTER ALARM 2 MENU:
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Press a, if necessary, until Display advances to ALR2 Alarm 2
Menu.
Press d
4) Display advances to Alarm 2 ENBL Enable or DSBL Disable
Submenu.
ALARM 2 ENABLE/DISABLE SUBMENU:
Press a
Press d
Press a
Press d
Press d
5) Display flashes previous selection. Press b until ENBL
displays to use Alarm 2.
6) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to ABSo only if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to ABSo Absolute/Deviation Submenu.
If DSBL Alarm 2 Disabled was selected, all submenus of Alarm 2
will be skipped and meter advances to LOOP Loop Break Time
Menu.
The remaining Alarm 2 menu items are identical to Alarm 1
Menu. Modifying Alarm Settings will not reset the instrument.
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3.2.9 Reading Adjust Menu
Figure 3.7 Flow Chart for Reading Adjust Menu
ENTER READING ADJUST MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press a
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Press a, if necessary, until Display advances to R.ADJ
Reading Adjust Menu.
READING ADJUST VALUE SUBMENU:
Press d
4) Display flashes 1st digit of previous Reading Adjust value.
Press b & c 5) Press b and c buttons to enter a new Reading Adjust value
(-1999 to 9999).
Press d
6) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to SP.DV Setpoint Deviation Menu.
Reading Offset Adjust allows the user to fine tune a minor error of the transducer,
however some applications may require a large offset adjust. (Displayed Process
Value = Measured Process Value ±R.ADJ). Reading Adjust value is adjustable
between -1999 to 9999.
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3.2.10 Setpoint Deviation Menu
Figure 3.8 Flow Chart for Setpoint Deviation Menu
ENTER SETPOINT DEVIATION MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press a
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Press a, if necessary, until Display advances to SP.DV
Setpoint Deviation Menu.
SETPOINT DEVIATION ENABLE/DISABLE SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
4) Display advances to Setpoint Deviation ENBL Enable or
DSBL . Disable Submenu and flashes the previous selection.
5) Scroll through the available selections: ENBL or DSBL .
6) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to the next menu item.
Setpoint Deviation menu, if “enabled”, allows changes to Setpoint 1 to be made
automatically to Setpoint 2. This mode is very helpful if the Process Value
changes often. In Setpoint Deviation Mode, set SP2 a certain number of counts
away from SP1 - this relation remains fixed when SP1 is changed. For instance:
Setting SP1=200 and SP2=20 and enabling SP.DV means that the absolute
value of SP2=220. Moving SP1 to 300, the absolute value of SP2 becomes 320.
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3.2.11 ID CODE
Figure 3.9 Flow Chart for ID Code
ENTER ID CODE MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press a
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Press a, if necessary, until Display advances to ID ID Code
Menu.
ENTERING OR CHANGING YOUR (NON-DEFAULT) ID CODE:
Press d
4) Display advances to ____ with 1st under score flashing.
Press b & c 5) Press b and c to enter your 4-digit “ID Code” number.
Press d
6) Display advances to CH.ID Change ID Code Submenu.
If entered “ID Code” is incorrect display shows ERRo Error
message momentarily and then skips to the Run Mode.
Press d
7) Display flashes the first digit of previous entered “ID Code”
number.
Press b & c 8) Press b and c buttons to enter your new “ID Code” number.
Press d
9) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to the FULL Full Security Submenu.
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ENTERING OR CHANGING YOUR (DEFAULT) ID CODE:
Enter ID menu (Repeat steps from 1 to 3).
Press d
Press d
10) Display advances to CH.ID Change ID Code Submenu.
11) Display shows 0000 message with flashing 1st digit.
If you want to change your default “ID Code” you can do it now,
otherwise press a and menu will skip to FULL Full Security
Submenu.
Press b & c 12) Press b and c buttons to enter your new “ID Code”
number.
Press d
13) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to the FULL Full Security Submenu.
FULL SECURITY LEVEL SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
14) Display flashes ENBL Enable or DSBL Disable.
15) Scroll through the available selections: “Enable” or “Disable”.
16) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to SP.ID Setpoint/ID Submenu.
If "Full" Security Level is "Enabled" and the user attempts to
enter the Main Menu, they will be prompted for an ID Code. The
ID Code should be correct to enter the instrument Menu item.
SETPOINT/ID SECURITY LEVEL SUBMENU:
This Security Level can be functional only if FULL Security
Level is Disabled.
Press d
Press b
Press d
17) Display flashes ENBL Enable or DSBL Disable.
18) Scroll through the available selections: “Enable” or “Disable”.
19) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to COMM Communication Submenu.
If "Setpoint/ID" Security Level is "Enabled" and the user
attempts to advance into the CNFG Configuration Menu, he will
be prompted for ID Code number. The ID Code should be
correct to proceed into the Configuration Menu, otherwise
display will show an Error and skip to the Run Mode.
If “Full” and “Setpoint/ID” Security Levels are "Disabled", the
ID code will be “Disabled” and user will not be asked for ID
Code to enter the Menu items (“ID” Submenu will not show up in
“ID/Setpoint” Menu).
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3.2.12 COMMUNICATION OPTION
Purchasing the controller with Serial Communications permits an instrument to be
configured or monitored from an IBM PC compatible computer using software
available from the website listed on the cover page of this manual or on the
CD-ROM enclosed with your shipment.
For complete instructions on the use of the Communications Option, refer to the
Serial Communications Reference Manual.
Figure 3.10 Flow Chart for Communication Option
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ENTER COMMUNICATION OPTION MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press a
Press d
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Press a, if necessary, until Display advances to COMM
Communication Options Menu.
4) Display advances to C.PAR Communication Parameters
Submenu.
If Communication Option is not installed, the display shows NONE
and skips to the Color Display Menu.
COMMUNICATION PARAMETERS SUBMENU:
Allows the user to adjust Serial Communications Settings of the instrument.
When connecting an instrument to a computer or other device, the
Communications Parameters must match. Generally the default settings
(as shown in Section 5) should be utilized.
Press d
5) Display advances to BAUD Baud Submenu.
BAUD SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
6) Display flashes previous selection for BAUD value.
7) Scroll through the available selections: 300_, 600_, 1200,
2400, 4800, 9600, 19.2K.
8) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to PRTY only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to PRTY Parity Submenu.
PARITY SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
9) Display flashes previous selection for “Parity”.
10) Scroll through the available selections: NO, ODD, EVEN.
11) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to DATA only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to DATA Data Bit Submenu.
DATA BIT SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
12) Display flashes previous selection for “Data Bit”.
13) Scroll through the available selections: 7-BIT, 8-BIT.
14) Display shows STRD stored message and then advances to
STOP only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to advance to
STOP Stop Bit Submenu.
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STOP BIT SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
15) Display flashes previous selection for “Stop Bit”.
16) Scroll through the available selections: 1-BIT, 2-BIT.
17) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to BUS.F only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to BUS.F Bus Format Submenu.
BUS FORMAT SUBMENU:
Determines Communications Standards and Command/Data Formats for
transferring information into and out of the controller via the Serial
Communications Bus. Bus Format submenus essentially determine how and
when data can be accessed via the Serial Communications of the device.
Press d
18) Display advances to M.BUS Modbus Submenu.
MODBUS PROTOCOL SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
19) Display flashes previous selection for M.BUS.
20) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
21) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to _LF_ only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to _LF_ Line Feed submenu.
To select iSeries Protocol, set Modbus submenu to “No”.
To select Modbus Protocol, set Modbus submenu to “Yes”.
If Modbus Protocol was selected, the following Communications
Parameters must be set as: No Parity, 8-bit Data Bit, 1-Stop Bit. Do not
attempt to change these parameters.
LINE FEED SUBMENU:
Determines if data sent from the instrument will have a Line Feed appended to
the end - useful for viewing or logging results on separate lines when displayed
on communications software at a computer.
Press d
Press b
Press d
22) Display flashes previous selection for “Line Feed”.
23) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
24) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to ECHO only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to ECHO Echo Submenu.
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ECHO SUBMENU:
When valid commands are sent to the instrument, this determines whether the
command will be echoed to the Serial Bus. Use of echo is recommended in most
situations, especially to help verify that data was received and recognized by the
controller.
Press d
25) Display flashes previous selection for “Echo”.
Press b
26) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
Press d
27) Display flashes STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to STND only if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to STND Communication Standard Submenu.
COMMUNICATION INTERFACE STANDARD SUBMENU:
Determines whether device should be connected to an RS-232C serial port
(as is commonly used on IBM PC-compatible computers) or via an RS-485 bus
connected through appropriate RS-232/485 converter. When used in RS-485
Mode, the device must be accessed with an appropriate Address Value as
selected in the Address Submenu described later.
Press d
Press b
Press d
28) Display flashes previous selection for “Standard”.
29) Scroll through the available selections: 232C, 485.
30) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to MoDE only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to MoDE Data Flow Mode Submenu.
DATA FLOW MODE SUBMENU:
Determines whether the instrument will wait for commands and data requests
from the Serial Bus or whether the instrument will send data automatically and
continuously to the Serial Bus. Devices configured for the RS-485
Communications Standard operate properly only under Command Mode.
Press d
Press b
Press d
31) Display flashes previous selection for “Mode”.
32) Scroll through the available selections: CMD_
_ “Command”,
CoNT “Continuous”.
33) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to SEPR only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to SEPR Data Separation Submenu.
DATA SEPARATION CHARACTER SUBMENU:
Determines whether data sent from the device in Continuous Data Flow Mode
will be separated by spaces or by Carriage Returns.
Press d
Press b
Press d
34) Display flashes previous selection for “Separation” Submenu.
35) Scroll through the available selections: SPCE “Space” or
_çR_ “Carriage Return”.
36) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to DAT.F only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to DAT.F Data Format Submenu.
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DATA FORMAT SUBMENU:
Preformatted data can be sent automatically or upon request from the controller.
Use the Data Format Submenus to determine what data will be sent in this
preformatted data string. Refer to the Communications Manual for more
information about the data format. At least one of the following suboptions must
be enabled and hence output data to the Serial Bus.
This menu is applicable for Continuous Mode of RS-232 communication.
Press d
37) Display advances to STAT Alarm Status Submenu.
ALARM STATUS SUBMENU:
Includes Alarm Status bytes in the data string.
Press d
Press b
Press d
38) Display flashes previous selection for “Status” (alarm status).
39) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
40) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to RDNG only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to RDNG Reading Submenu.
MAIN READING SUBMENU:
Includes Main Reading in the data string.
Press d
Press b
Press d
41) Display flashes previous selection for “Reading”.
42) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
43) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to PEAK only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to PEAK Peak Submenu.
PEAK VALUE SUBMENU:
Includes Peak Value in the data string.
Press d
Press b
Press d
44) Display flashes previous selection for PEAK Submenu.
45) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
46) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to GROS only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to GROS Gross Submenu.
GROSS VALUE SUBMENU:
Includes Gross Value in the data string.
Press d
Press b
Press d
47) Display flashes previous selection for “Gross”.
48) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
49) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to UNIT only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to UNIT Temperature Unit Submenu.
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UNIT SUBMENU: (not applicable)
Press d
Press b
Press d
50) Display flashes previous selection for UNIT.
51) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
52) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and
then advances to ADDR only, if it was changed, otherwise press
a to advance to ADDR Address Setup Submenu.
ADDRESS SETUP SUBMENU:
This menu is applicable to the RS-485 Option only.
Press d
53) Display advances to “Address Value” (0000 to 0199) Submenu.
ADDRESS VALUE SUBMENU:
Press d
54) Display flashes 1st digit of previously stored Address Value.
Press b & c 55) Press b and c to enter new “Address Value”.
Press d
56) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and
then advances to TR.TM only, if it was changed, otherwise
press a to advance to TR.TM Transmit Time Interval Submenu.
TRANSMIT TIME INTERVAL SUBMENU:
This menu is applicable if “Continuous” Mode was selected in the “Data
Flow Mode” Submenu and the device is configured as an RS-232C
Standard device. Also, one or more options under the Data Format
Submenu must be enabled.
Press d
57) Display advances to “Transmit Time Value” Submenu.
TRANSMIT TIME INTERVAL VALUE SUBMENU:
Determines the interval at which data will be emitted to the RS-232 Serial Bus
when the instrument is in Continuous Data Flow Mode.
58) Display flashes 1st digit of previous “Transmit Time Value” in
seconds.
Press b & c 59) Press b and c to enter new “Transmit Time Value”, e.g.
0030 will send the data every 30 seconds in Continuous Mode.
Press d
60) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and
then advances to COLR only, if it was changed, otherwise press
a to advance to COLR Color Display Selection Menu.
Press d
For more details, refer to the Communication Manual available at the
website listed in the cover page of this manual or on the CD-ROM
enclosed with your shipment.
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3.2.13 DISPLAY COLOR SELECTION
This submenu allows the user to select the color of the display.
Figure 3.11 Flow Chart for Display Color Selection
ENTER DISPLAY COLOR SELECTION MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press a
Press d
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Press a, if necessary, until Display advances to COLR
Display Color Selection Menu.
4) Display advances to N.CLR Normal Color Submenu.
NORMAL COLOR DISPLAY SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
5) Display flashes the previous selection for “Normal Color”.
6) Scroll through the available selections: GRN, RED or AMBR.
7) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to 1.CLR only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to 1.CLR Alarm 1 Display Color Submenu.
The menu below allows the user to change the color of display when alarm is
triggered.
ALARM 1 DISPLAY COLOR SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
8) Display flashes previous selection for “Alarm 1 Color
Display”.
9) Scroll through the available selections: GRN, RED or AMBR.
10) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to 2.CLR only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to 2.CLR Alarm 2 Display Color Submenu.
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ALARM 2 DISPLAY COLOR SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
11) Display flashes previous selection for “Alarm 2 Color Display”.
12) Scroll through the available selections: GRN, RED or AMBR.
13) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
momentarily shows the software version number, followed by
RST Reset, and then proceeds to the Run Mode.
IN ORDER TO DISPLAY ONE COLOR, SET THE SAME DISPLAY
COLOR ON ALL THREE SUBMENUS ABOVE.
If user wants the Display to change color every time when both Alarm 1
and Alarm 2 are triggered, the Alarm values should be set in such a way
that Alarm 1 value is always on the top of Alarm 2 value, otherwise value
of Alarm 1 will overwrite value of Alarm 2 and Display Color would not
change when Alarm 2 is triggered.
Example 1:
Output 1 & Output 2 = SSR
Alarm Setup: Absolute, Above, Alarm 2 HI Value “ALR.H” = 200, Alarm 1
HI Value “ALR.H” = 400
"Color Display" Setup: Normal Color “N.CLR” = Green, Alarm 1 Color
“1.CLR” = Amber, Alarm 2 Color “2.CLR” = Red
Display Colors change sequences:
GREEN
RED
AMBER
•--➤------------------------------•-----------------------------•------------------------------➤
0
AL2.H = 200
AL1.H = 400
Example 2:
Output 1 & Output 2 = Pulse
Alarm Setup: Absolute, Below, Alarm 2 Low Value “ALR.L” = 300, Alarm 1
Low Value “ALR.L” = 100
Color Display Setup: "N.CLR" = Green, "1.CLR" = Amber, "2.CLR" = Red
Display Colors change sequences:
AMBER
RED
GREEN
• --------------•----------------------------------•------------------------------------------- •
0
AL1.L = 100
AL2.L = 300
Example 3:
Output 1 = Analog Output (Alarm 1 disabled), Setpoint 1 = 300,
Output 2 = Relay, Setpoint 2 = 200
Alarm 1 & 2 Setup: Deviation, Band, “ALR.H” = 10
Color Display Setup: “N.CLR” = Green, “1.CLR” = Amber, “2.CLR” = Red
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Display Colors change sequences:
RED
RED
RED
GREEN
RED
•➤---------------•------•------•--------------------------------•------•-------•----------------➤
0
190 200 210
290 300 310
Alarm 1 is designed to monitor the Process Value around the Setpoint 1.
Alarm 2 is designed to monitor the Process Value around the Setpoint 2.
Example 4:
Output 1 = Relay, Setpoint 1 = 200
Output 2 = Relay, Setpoint 2 = 200
Alarm 1 Setup: Deviation, Band, “ALR.H” = 20
Alarm 2 Setup: Deviation, Hi/Low, “ALR.H” = 10, “ALR.L” = 5
Color Display Setup: “N.CLR” = Green, “1.CLR” = Amber, “2.CLR” = Red
Display colors change sequences:
AMBER
RED
GREEN GREEN
RED
AMBER
•--➤---------------•----------------•-------------•--------------•-------------•---------------------➤
0
180
195
200
210
220
Reset: The instrument automatically resets after the last menu of
the Configuration Mode has been entered. After the instrument
resets, it advances to the Run Mode.
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PART 4
SPECIFICATIONS
Accuracy
0.03% reading
Resolution
10 / 1 µV
Temperature Stability
50 ppm/°C
Linearization Points
Up to 10 Linearization Points
Configuration
Single-ended
Polarity
Unipolar
NMRR
60 dB
Step Response
0.7 sec for 99.9%
CMRR
120 dB
Decimal Selection
None, 0.1, 0.01 or 0.001
A/D Conversion
Dual slope
Setpoint Adjustment
-1999 to 9999 counts
Reading Rate
3 samples per second
Span Adjustment
0.001 to 9999 counts
Digital Filter
Programmable
Offset Adjustment
-1999 to 9999
Display
4-digit or 6-digit, 7-segment LED
57.2 mm (2.25") or 101.6mm (4.00”)
red, green and amber programmable
colors for process variable and set
points
Warm up to Rated Accuracy
60 min.
INPUT
Input Types
Analog Voltage, Analog Current
Voltage Input
0 to 100 mV, 0 to 1 V (+100 mV),
to 10 Vdc
0
Input Impedance
10 MΩ for 100 mV
1 MΩ for 1V or 10 Vdc
Current Input
0 to 20 mA (5 ohm load)
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INSULATION
Power to Input/Output
2500 Vac per 1 minute test
(RS-232/485, Input or Output)
Between Inputs
500 Vac per 1 minute test
NETWORK AND
COMMUNICATIONS
(Optional -C24, -C4EI, not available
with excitation)
Ethernet: Standards Compliance
IEEE 802.3 10Base-T
Supported Protocols: TCP/IP, ARP,
HTTPGET
RS-232/RS-422/RS-485/MODBUS:
Selectable from menu; both ASCII
and modbus protocol selectable from
menu. Programmable 300 to 19.2 K
baud; complete programmable setup
capability; program to transmit
current display, alarm status,
min/max, actual measured input
value and status..
Approvals
See Approval Section
GENERAL
Power
100-240 Vac +/-10%, 50/60 Hz
22.5 W
Environmental Conditions
0 to 40°C (32 to 104°F),
90% RH non-condensing
RS-485
Addressable from 0 to 199
Installation Category
II per EN61010-1
Connection
Screw terminals
Equipment Class
II per EN61010-1
ALARM 1 & 2
Programmable to Display Color Change
Pollution Degree
2 per EN61010-1
Operation
High/low, above/below, band,
latch/unlatch, normally open/normally
closed and process/deviation; front
panel configurations
Protection
NEMA-4x (IP65) front bezel
Dimensions
Refer to Quickstart Specifications.
EXCITATION
(optional in place of
Communication)
5 Vdc @ 40 mA
10 Vdc @ 60 mA
Weight
Refer to Quickstart Specifications.
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PART 5
FACTORY PRESET VALUES
Table 5.1 Factory preset value
MENU ITEMS
Set Point 1 (SP1)
Set Point 2 (SP2)
Input:
Input Type (INPT)
Ratiometric operation (RTIO)
Display Resoultion (RESO)
b Button
Reading Configuration (RDG):
Decimal Point (DEC.P)
Linearization Point (L.PNT)
Filter value (FLTR)
Input/Reading (IN.RD)
Scale and Offset
Alarm 1 & 2:
Alarm 1 (ALR1), Alarm 2 (ALR2)
Absolute/Deviation (ABSO/DEV)
Latch/Unlatch (LTCH/UNLT)
Contact Closure (CT.CL)
Active (ACTV)
Alarm At Power On (A.P.ON)
Alarm Low (ALR.L)
Alarm High (ALR.H)
Setpoint Deviation:
Set Point Deviation
ID:
ID Value
Full ID (FULL)
Set Point ID (ID.SP)
FACTORY PRESET VALUES
000.0
000.0
NOTES
0 to 100 mV (0 - 0.1)
Enable (ENBL)
Low (LO)
Peak (PEAK)
FFF.F
0002
0004
0-100 mV = 0-9999
Disable (DSBL)
Absolute (ABSO)
Unlatch (UNLT)
Normally Open (N.O.)
Above (ABOV)
Disable (DSBL)
-100.0
400.0
Disable (DSBL)
0000
Disable (DSBL)
Disable (DSBL)
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Alarm 1 only
Table 5.1 Factory preset value (continued)
MENU ITEMS
Communication Parameters:
Baud Rate (BAUD)
Parity (PRTY)
Data bit (DATA)
Stop Bit
Modbus Protocol (M.BUS)
Line Feed (LF)
Echo (ECHO)
Standard Interface (STND)
Command Mode (MODE)
Separation (SEPR)
Alarm Status (STAT)
Reading (RDNG)
Peak
Gross (GROS)
Units (UNIT)
Multipoint Address (ADDR)
Transmit Time (TR.TM)
Display Color (COLR):
Normal Color (N.CLR)
Alarm 1 Color (1.CLR)
Alarm 2 Color (2.CLR)
FACTORY PRESET VALUES
9600
Odd
7 bit
1 bit
No
No
Yes
RS-232 (232C)
Command (CMD)
Space (SPCE)
No
Yes
No
No
No
0001
0016
Green (GRN)
Red (RED)
Amber (AMBR)
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NOTES
APPROVAL INFORMATION
1. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
This device conforms with requirements of EMC Directive 89/336/EEC,
amended by 93/68/EEC. This instrument complies with the following EMC
Immunity Standards as tested per EN 50082-2, 1995 (Industrial environment)
Phenomena
Test Specification
Basic Standard
Electrostatic
Discharge
+/- 4 kV contact discharge
+/- 8 kV air discharge
IEC 1000-4-2
Performance
Criteria B
Radio Frequency
electromagnetic
field.
27 - 1000 MHz
10 V/m
80% AM (1 KHz)
IEC 1000-4-3
Performance
Criteria A
Radio Frequency
electromagnetic field.
Pulse modulated.
900 MHz
10 V/m
50% Duty cycle @ 200 Hz
IEC 1000-4-3
Performance
Criteria A
Fast Transients
+/- 2 kV (ac mains)
+/- 1 kV (dc, signal I/O)
5/50 ns Tr/Th, 5 KHz rep. freq.
IEC 1000-4-4
Performance
Criteria B
Radio Frequency
conducted
0.15 - 80 MHz
10 V/m
80% AM (1 KHz)
IEC 1000-4-6
Performance
Criteria A
This instrument complies with the following EMC Emission Standards as
tested per EN 50081-1, 1992 (Residential, Commercial and Light Industrial)
Phenomena
Frequency
Range
Limits
Basic
Standard
Radiated
Emission
30-230 MHz
230-1000 MHz
30 dB_V/m at 10 m
37 dB_V/m at 10 m
quasi peak
CISPR 22
Class B
Conducted
Emission
0.15-0.5 MHz
0.5-5 MHz
5-30 MHz
66-56 dB_V quasi peak
56 dB_V quasi peak
60 dB_V quasi peak
CISPR 22
Class B
2.Safety
This device conforms with Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC, amended by 93/68/EEC.
The following LVD requirements have been met to comply with EN 61010-1, 1993
(Electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use)
1. Pollution Degree 2
2. Installation Category II
3. Double Insulation
4. Class II Equipment (100-240 Vac Powered Units)
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NOTES
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NOTES
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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 61 months from date of purchase. OMEGA’s WARRANTY adds an additional one (1) month grace
period to the normal five (5) 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.
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