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Omega TXDIN70 Series Owner Manual
User’s Guide
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TXDIN70 SERIES
Dual Transmitter
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MODEL COVERED
TXDIN70
Description:
Supply Power:
Dual Transmitter
100~240VAC,50/60Hz
TXDIN70-24V
Description:
Supply Power:
Dual Transmitter
24VDC
TXDIN70-DISPLAY
Description:
Supply Power:
Transmitter Display
From TXDIN70 Transmitter
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Input type: Thermocouple
K(-50 °C ~1,300 °C), S(-50 °C ~1,700 °C), R(-50 °C ~1,600 °C),
E(0 °C ~1,000 °C), J(0 °C ~1,200 °C), N(-50 °C ~1,300 °C),
T(-200 °C ~350 °C), B(0 °C ~1,800 °C),
WRe5-WRe26(0 °C ~2,300 °C), WRe3-WRe25(°C 0~ 2,300 °C)
RTD Cu50(-50 °C ~+150 °C), Pt100(-200 °C ~+900 °C)
Linear Voltage
0~1V, 0.2~1V, 0~20mV, 0~60mV, 0~100mV
Retransmission accuracy:
0.3%FS ± 1 digit (including input and output error)
Output specification: Defined in the range of 0~22mA
with maximum output voltage ≥ 11V
Temperature drift: ≤0.015%FS / °C (including the temperature drift of input and output)
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC): ±4KV/5KHz according to IEC61000-4-4 (EFT);
4KV according to IEC61000-4-5
Isolation withstanding voltage: Voltage between supply power and
signal input output terminals ≥300VDC;
Voltage between inputs or 2 outputs ≥200VDC
Power supply:
100~240VAC, -15%, +10% / 50~60Hz; or 24VDC
Power consumption: ≤ 3W
Operating Ambient : Temperature -10 °C~+60 °C; Humidity ≤90%RH
Remark: Type-B thermocouple operates in the range of 60 °C ~400 °C but the measurement accuracy
does not meet the stated accuracy. Accuracy is guranteed in the range of 400 °C~1,800 °C.
CONNECTION DIAGRAM
Terminal 1,2: Power supply of 100~240VAC (TXDIN70) or
24VDC (TXDIN70-24V)
Terminal 5,6 OP1: Positive and negative pole of channel 1
current retransmission output.
Terminal 7,8 OP2: Positive and negative pole of channel 2
current retransmission output.
Terminal 14,16 IN1:
Channel 1 input.
Terminal 10,12 IN2:
Channel 2 input.
OP1 and OP2 lights on when there is outputs in channel 1 and 2. The
luminosity change with the magnitude of output.
MODE light blinks when transmitter is communicatiing with upper device.
Blinking at 1.6 sec cycle: No active communication. Working normal without alarm
Blinking at 0.6 sec cycle: No active communication with alarm
Blinking at 0.3 sec cycle: No active communication with severe fault such as input
out of range.
Light off: No power or out of order.
Light kept on over 8 sec: Transmitter is powered on but it is out of order
DISPLAY/OPERATION
Parameters are set by an hot-plugged display TXDIN70-Display. Apart from nitial set-up, TXDIN70Display can be stay connected serving as an external display.
1 Upper Display: Displays PV of channel 1 or parameter
code, When the display keeps flashing or the reading is
abnormal, please check the input specification whether it is
correctly set.
2 Lower Display : Displays PV of channel 2 or parameter
value. When the display keeps flashing or the reading is
abnormal, please check the input specification whether it is
correctly set.
3 Set Key: Accessing parameter table and to confirm
parameter change.
4 Data Point Shift (to the left)
5 Data Decrease
6 Data Increase
Remark: The bundled IEEE-1394 cable is designed for
communication between TXDIN70-Display and TXDIN70. This
cable is not for other usages.
Entering Parameter Table
When the parameter lock “Loc” is not locked, press and hold
for about 2 seconds to bring up the
(without holding) to bring up the parameters one by one. Press
Full Parameter Table. Press
to modify a parameter value. Press
to confirm and proceed to next one. Press
and hold will
and then
by holding two keys will escape from the
return to the preceding parameter. Press
parameter table.
to bring up Field Parameter Table which show field
When the parameter lock “Loc” is locked, press
parameters INP1,INP2, SCL1, SCL2, SCH1, SCH2. These field parameter value are not allowed to be
changed due to the lock.
The transmitter will automatically escape from the parameter table if there is no keys operation in 25
seconds. The change of the latest parameter will not be saved.
TROUBLESHOOTING
When there is a fault, the upper display blinks out an error message.
Error Message
orAL
EErr
8888
Description and Suggestion
Incorrect input specification paramter. Pleaes check the INP1 and/or INP2
parameter.
Thermocouple, RTD or analog input wiring is disconnected. Probe of
thermocouple or RTD is broken. Please check the wiring.
Input wires are short-circuited. Please check the wiring.
IC Software error. Factory repair is required.
IC Software error. Factory repair is required.
PARAMETER TABLE
Code
INP1/
INP2
SCL1/
SCL2
SCH1/
SCH2
Scb1/
Scb2
Parameter
Input
Specification
Range
Define the input specification of channel 1~ 2.
InP
0
1
2
3
4
Input spec.
K
S
R
T
E
InP
11~19
20
21
22~24
25
5
6
J
B
26~27
28
7
N
29
8
WRe3-WRe25
30
9
10
WRe5-WRe26
Extended input
specification
31
32
Retransmission
Channel
Assignment
0~32
Input spec.
Spare
Cu50
Pt100
Spare
0~75mV voltage
input
Spare
0~20mV voltage
input
0~100mV voltage
input
0~60mV voltage
input
0~1 V
0.2~1V
Scale Low Limit SCL and SCH define the corresponding scale range of linear
output. For example, for channel 1, in order to retransmit
0~600 °C to output channel 1, SCL1 should be set to 0,
Scale High Limit and SCH1 should be set to 600. For channel 2, to transmit
0~1000°C, then SCL2=0, SCH2=1000.
Input Offset
Scb is used to shift input to compensate the error caused by
transducer, input signal, or auto cold junction compensation
of thermocouple.
PV_after_compensation=PV_before_compensation + Scb
FIL1/FIL2 Digital Filter
OPn
Description
The value of FIL will determine the ability of filtering noise.
FIL=0, no filtering;
FIL=1, filtering with mean;
FIL=2~40, filtering with mean and integral.
When a large value is set, the measurement input is
stabilized but the response speed is slow. Generally, it can
be set to 1 to 3.
If great interference exists, then you can increase parameter
FIL gradually to make momentary fluctuation of measured
value less than 2 to 5.
When the instrument is being metrological verified, FIL can
be set to 0 or 1 to shorten the response time.
OPn=1, For 1 input 1 output or 2 inputs 2 outputs
retransmission application,
OPn=2, For 1 input 2 outputs retransmission (Outputs from
input channel 2).
-999~
+3000
units
-199~
+999.0
units/
0.1 °C
0~40
0~2
PARAMETER TABLE (cont.)
Code
Parameter
Description
Range
OPL
Low Limit
of Current
Retransmission
of Channel 1
High Limit
of Current
Retransmission
of Channel 1
Low Limit
of Current
Retransmission
of Channel 2
High Limit
of Current
Retransmission
of Channel 2
Define the low limit and high limit of current retransmission
of channel 1. The engineering unit is 0.1mA.
For example, to retransmit 0~600°C in input channel 1
to 4~20mA, then the parameter should be set as below:
SCL1=0, SCH1=600, OPn=1, OPL=40, OPH=200.
0~110
OPH
OPL2
OPH2
IVF1
IVF2
Loc
OP1 Current
Correction
(Please record
the value in the
first use)
OP2 Current
Correction
(Please record
the value in the
first use)
Parameter Lock
Define the low limit and high limit of current
retransmission of channel 2. The engineering unit is
0.1mA.
For example, to retransmit 0~1,000°C in input channel 2
to 4~20mA, then the parameter should be set as below:
SCL1=0, SCH1=1000, OPn=1, OPL=40, OPH=200.
0~220
0~100
0~220
For adjusting the current of OP1 output. The greater the
value, the greater is the current output.
Note: This parameter is calibrated in factory. It is not
recommended to alter by user.
0~3000/
Default
(
)
For adjusting the current of OP2 output. The greater the
value, the greater is the current output.
Note: This parameter is calibrated in factory. It is not
recommended to alter by user.
0~3000/
Default
(
)
Loc=808: Allow to display and modify all parameters.
Loc=any number: All parameters cannot be modified with
only INP1, INP2, SCL1, SCL2, SCH1 and SCH2 showing
0~9999
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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)
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