SPECIFICATION d bc ALR1 OFF A1Md A1LO A1LH LO-1 d bc d bc bc d bc d bc bc bc d d bc d bc bc d bc d bc d a d bc d bc bc bc bc d d d a a d bc d a d bc d a d bc d bc bc d d 1 1 1 1 1 1 Status set Off Mode Low Low/High Low ON Alarm 1 set On A1HI Alarm 1 High -999.. Alarm 1 Low Value ..9999 HI-1 Alarm 1 High -999.. Alarm 1 High Value ..9999 A1CR Display color when Alarm 1 triggered GRN Green Color REd Red Color AMbR Amber Color ALR2 Alarm 2 Status OFF Alarm 2 set Off ON Alarm 2 set On A2Md Alarm 2 Mode A2LO Alarm 2 Low A2HI Alarm 2 High A2LH Alarm 2 Low/High LO-2 Alarm 2 Low -999.. Alarm 2 Low Value ..9999 HI-2 Alarm 2 High -999.. Alarm 2 High Value ..9999 A2CR Display color when Alarm 2 triggered GRN Green Color REd Red Color AMbR Amber Color OUt Alarm Latched/Unlatched selection LAtC Latched UNLA Unlatched NO.CR Display Color in Normal condition GRN Green Color REd Red Color AMbR Amber Color MOdE Data Flow Mode HOSt Host Mode SLAV Slave Mode bAUd Baud Rate 300.. Baud Rate Value ..19200 FORM Data Format 7O1 7 Bit, Odd, 7E1 7 Bit, Even, 1 Stop Bit 1 Stop Bit 8N1 8 Bit, No parity, 1 Stop Bit COMM Communication Standard 232 RS-232 Standard 485 RS-485 Standard AddR Device Address 0000.. Address Value ..0099 INtF Interface Device dRNt DRN with dRNP DRN with Temperature Input Process Input Miscellaneous: PEAk Peak Value VALL Valley Value PROC Process Value RUN Run Mode OVLd Input Overload StOR Stored Message d a Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm 1. In Slave Mode the Big Display will wait for commands and data from the Serial Bus. 2. In Host Mode the Big Display will send data automatically and continuously into the Serial Bus. 3. When used in RS-485 Mode, the device must be accessed with an appropriate Address Value. 4. Latched Mode: Alarm remains latched until reset. To reset already latched alarm select any menu items and then press “up” or “down” button. a a a Below is a flowchart showing how to navigate through all menus by pressing front buttons. FLOW CHART d a d a d a d a d a d d a d a d a d a d _____Underline denotes factory default setup DISPLAY ABBREVIATIONS Temperature Stability: 50 ppm/°C Display: 6-digit, 7-segment LED, 101.6mm (4.00”) with red, green and amber programmable colors. Alarm: Alarm 1 & 2 programmable, Latch/Unlatch, High, Low, High/Low SERIAL INTERFACE Communication Standard: RS-485, RS-422 or RS-232 Transfer speed (Baud rate): 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600,19200 bps Data Format: 7O1-7 bit, Odd, 1 stop bit, 7E1- 7 bit,even, 1 stop bit 8N1 – 8 bit, No parity, 1 stop bit Multi-Point Address (RS-485): 0 to 199 Flow Control: No Flow control OPERATION MANUAL Screw terminals for RS-232/485/422 interface Power Supply: 100-240 Vac ±10%, 50/60 Hz, 22.5 W Operating Temperature: 0 to 40°C Storage Temperature: -20 to 60°C Relative Humidity: 0 to 85% Protection: NEMA-4x (IP65) Dimensions: 641.6 L x 210.8 W x 95.4 D mm (25.26" x 8.31" x 3.76") Panel Cutout: 596.9 L x 179.4 W mm (23.50” L x 7.06” W) Weight: 3,175 g (7.0 lbs) Approvals: per EN61010-1:2001 RoHS 2 Compliant iLD46-C2 Big Remote Display with RS-232 Input WARNING: These products are not designed for use in, and should not be used for, patientconnected applications. 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This affords our customers the latest in technology and engineering. © Copyright 2005 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. One Omega Drive, P.O. Box 4047 Stamford CT 06907-0047 TEL: (203) 359-1660 FAX: (203) 359-7700 e-mail: email@example.com ISO 9002 Certified DESCRIPTION: The iLD46 is a 6-digit master/slave display providing remote readout from instruments such as programmable controllers, digital panel meters and other instruments with serial output. Communication interfaces supported are RS-232 or RS-485 standards. Both RS-232 or RS-485 are programmable through front panel buttons. Mounting Big Display on Bail: 1. Mark the location of mounting screws on the flat surface. 2. Be sure to leave enough room around the bail to allow for removal and rotation of the display. 3. The display can be rotated for the best viewing angle. Disassembly Instruction: Computer Card or Converter Box Pin Function A, -Tx/-Rx B, +Tx/+Rx COM Device with RS-485 Pin Function -Tx/-Rx +Tx/+Rx COM Remote Display RJ-12 4 3 Screw Terminal 3 2 1 Example 2: Alarm 1 setup: “ON”, Alarm Mode Low “A1LO”, Alarm Low Value “LO-1”=100, Alarm Color “A1CR”=Amber Alarm 2 setup: “ON”, Alarm Mode LO “A2LO”, Alarm High Value “LO-2”=300, Alarm Color “A2CR”=Red Normal Color: “NO.CR”=Green Display colors change sequences: The Big Display features a large three color programmable display with the capabitity to change color every time an Alarm is triggered. SAFETY: • The instrument is a panel mount device protected in accordance with EN61010-1:2001. EMC: • 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 wire close to the instrument if EMC problems persist. MOUNTING 0.50 [12.8] Warning: Disconnect all ac power from the unit before proceeding. 1. Remove all wiring connections from the rear of the instrument, by unscrewing the power and input connectors. 2. Remove eight screws at the back of the display and back cover. 3. Remove the Big Display from the panel. 4. To remove the Big Display from the bail, unscrew the two knobs at each end of the mounting brackets. 1. Wiring RS-232 Interface. The RS-232 standard (point-to-point) allows a single device to be connected to the Big Display using a three-wire connection (full duplex). COMM 9.28 [235.7] 2.25* [57.1] XX.XXX* FRONT VIEW * MOUNTING HOLE LOCATION BRACKET MOUNT WIRE PASS-THROUGH AREAS MAX DIAMETER OF FITTINGS: 1.25 [31.8] MAX PROTRUSION OF FITTINGS INTO CASE: 0.50 [12.7] 1 3 5 2 4 6 RS232/485 COMM. 123456 TB4 1 2 3 TX 8.31 [210.9] Device with RS-232 Pin Function Receive (Rx) Transmit (Tx) Common Ground (COM) PJ3 RX 3.76 [95.4] 24.68 [626.9] 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 + - RJ12 JACK RTN PANEL MOUNT 4.27 [108.6] TB3 REMOTE PROGRAMMER 25.26 [641.6] 3.35 [85.1] REMOTE DC PROGRAMMER TB2 DC PWR PANEL THICKNESS 0.625 [15.88] MAX 1 2 3 LN AC PWR PANEL CUTOUT TB1 TX RX RTN 4 PLCS AC PWR 7.06+0.02 [179.4+0.5] DEVICE WITH RS232 OUTPUT Large Remote Display RJ-12 Screw Terminal 4 (Tx) 3 (Tx) 3 (Rx) 2 (Rx) 5 1 2. Wiring RS-485 Interface. The RS-485 standard (multipoint) allows a computer, one or more devices and Big Displays (up to 32) to be connected using a twowire connection (half-duplex) plus a common wire to connect to the shield of the cable. It is recommended to use shielded cable with one twisted pair for EMI noise protection. REAR VIEW Example 3: Alarm 1 setup: “ON”, Alarm Mode Low/High “A1LH”, Alarm Low Value “LO-1”=100, Alarm High Value “HI-1”=250, Alarm Color “A1CR”=Amber Alarm 2 setup: “ON”, Alarm Mode Low/High “A2LH”, Alarm Low Value “LO-2”=150, Alarm High value “HI-2”=200, Alarm Color “A2CR”=Red Normal Color: “NO.CR”=Green OPERATIONS 1. Peak Value (Display in Host Mode) Press b to request “Peak” value: a) RS-232 Mode, will send: *X02 (Interface DRNT), or *X03 (Interface DRNP) b) RS-485 Mode, will send: *01X02 (Interface DRNT), or *01X03 (Interface DRNP) In the examples for RS-485 it is assumed that the device address is 01. 2. Valley Value (Display on Host Mode) Press c to request “Valley” value. a) RS-232 Mode, will send: *X03 (Interface DRNT), or *X04 (Interface DRNP) b) RS-485 Mode, will send: *01X03 (Interface DRNT), or *01X04 (Interface DRNP) 4. Write alphanumeric characters to the Big Display from the computer (Display in Slave Mode) a) Single Big Display: (RS232) write 6 characters, then CR (carriage return) b) Multiple Big Display: (RS485) write *, device address (2 digit), CR, 6 characters, then CR Example 1: Alarm 1 setup: “ON”, Alarm Mode High “A1HI”, Alarm High Value “HI-1”=400, Alarm Color “A1CR”=Amber Alarm 2 setup: “ON”, Alarm Mode High “A2HI”, Alarm High Value “HI-2”=200, Alarm Color “A2CR”=Red Normal Color: “NO.CR”=Green Display colors change sequences: GREEN I RED I AMBER •--➤-------------------------•--------------------------------•----------------➤ 0 HI-2 = 200 HI-1 = 400 Connections to the computer are optional. Display colors change sequences: AMBER I RED I GREEN I RED I AMBER •--➤---------•-----------------•-----------------•-----------------•-----------➤ 0 LO-1 = 100 LO-2 = 150 HI-2 = 200 HI-2 = 250 CONFIGURATION Button Functions in Configuration Mode • • a (MENU) • 3. Process Value (Display on Host Mode) Press d to request “Process” Value. a) RS-232 Mode, will send: *X01 b) RS-485 Mode, will send: *01X01 5. Display Color Setup (Alarm Setup) This menu allows the user to select the color of the display in normal conditions and when alarm is triggered. 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 is always on the top of Alarm 2 value, otherwise value of the Alarm 1 will overwrite value of Alarm 2 and Display color would not change when Alarm 2 is triggered. Mounting Big Display Through Panel: 1. Using the panel cutout diagram shown above, cut an opening in the panel. 2. Remove eight screws at the back of 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. Align back cover to Big Display and reinstall screws. AMBER I RED I GREEN --➤------------•-------------------------------•------------------------------ ➤--0 LO-1 = 100 LO-2 = 300 POWER WIRING 23.50+0.02 [596.9+0.5] +0.0 R 0.19 +0.00 -0.19 [4.8 -4.8 ] 3. Power Connection. Connect the main power connections as shown in the figure below. • b (UP) • • • c (DOWN) • • • d (ENTER) • 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 navigate through all the top level menus by pressing a. While a parameter is being modified, press a to escape without saving the parameter. Press the up b button to scroll through submenu selections. When a numerical value is displayed press this key to increase value of a parameter that is currently being modified. In the Run Mode pressing b causes the display to flash the PEAK value several times before returning to the Run Mode. In the top menu press b causes the display to return to the Run Mode. Press the down c button to scroll through submenu selections. When a numerical value is displayed press this key to decrease value of a parameter that is currently being modified. In the Run Mode press c causes the display to flash the Valley value several times before returning to the Run Mode. In the top menu press c causes the display to return to the Run Mode. Press this button to access the submenus from a Top Level Menu item. Press this button to store a submenu selection or after entering a value – the display will flash a STOR message to confirm your selection. x, w, z, and some punctuations are non-printable characters.
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