Shinko GR200 Instruction Manual

Shinko GR200 Instruction Manual
PAPERLESS RECORDER
GR200
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
PREFACE
Congratulations on your purchase of our Paperless Recorder (Type: GR200).
• Read this instruction manual carefully to ensure correct installation, operation and preparation.
Incorrect handling may lead to accident or injury.
• Specifications of this unit is subject to change without prior notice for improvement.
• Modification of this unit without permission is strictly prohibited.
We will not be bear any responsibility for a trouble caused by such a modification.
• This instruction manual should be kept by the person who is actually using the unit.
• After reading the manual, be sure to keep it at a place easy to access.
• This instruction manual should be delivered to the end user without fail.
Type
: Shown on nameplate of Paperless Recorder
Date of manufacture : Shown on nameplate of Paperless Recorder
Product nationality
: Japan
(Note) Windows 2000/XP, Excel, WORD PAD are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
(Note) Compact Flash is a trademark of Sandisk Corporation.
Request
• It is prohibited to transfer part or all of the manual.
• Description in this manual will be changed without prior
notice.
Caution on Safety
Read this “Caution on Safety” carefully before using the instrument.
• Be sure to observe the instructions shown below, because they describe important information on safety.
The degree of danger is classified into the following two levels: “WARNING” and “CAUTION.”
The signs and their meanings are as follows:
WARNING
Improper handling may cause dangerous situations that may
result in death or severe injury.
CAUTION
Improper handling may cause dangerous situations that may
result in moderate or light injuries or property damage.
WARNING
• When there is a possibility that the abnormality of this instrument may cause a major accident or
damage to other instruments, externally install an adequate emergency stop circuit or a protection
circuit to prevent accidents.
• This product is provided with a built-in fuse that cannot be replaced by the customer. Therefore, we
recommend you to separately provide adequate fuses externally. (Rating: 250V, 1A)
The details of the built-in fuse are as follows.
Type: TR-5 19372, 3.15A (Manufactured by Wickmann-Werke GmbH)
Rating: 250V, 3.25A, Type: T (Slow-blow type)
• Feed the power-supply voltage to specifications to prevent damages to and breakdown of the instrument.
• Never turn on the power before all the mounting and wiring work are finished to prevent electric
shock, malfunction or failure of the instrument.
• Never use this instrument in an environment where flammable or explosive gases exist, since this is
not of intrinsically safe construction.
• Never disassemble, remodel, modify, or repair this instrument. Otherwise malfunction, electric
shock, or failure may result.
• Never touch the terminal while the instrument is being energized. Otherwise electric shock or malfunction may result.
• Turn off the power before attaching/detaching the module/unit. Otherwise electric shock, malfunction or failure may result.
• We recommend you to perform periodic maintenance for the safe and continuous use of this instrument, because consumable parts or those which deteriorate with time are mounted in this instrument.
• Do not block the ventilation holes at the top and the bottom of this instrument. Otherwise a failure,
malfunction, shortened service life, or fire may result.
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CAUTION
• Never use the instrument if it is found damaged or deformed when unpacked. Otherwise a fire, malfunction, or failure may result.
• Check that the instrument is to the proper specifications. Otherwise damage or failure may result.
• Do not give a shock to the instrument by falling or toppling it. Otherwise damage or failure may result.
• Operate the instrument paying attention to prevent foreign matters such as scraps, electric wire chips,
and iron powder from entering in the instrument.
• Check every six months that the terminal screws and mounting screws are securely fastened. Loose
screws may cause fire or malfunction.
• When changing the setting during the operation or forcibly outputting, starting or stopping the instrument, be sure to check that safety is ensured. Improper operation may result in damage or failure of
the instrument.
• Be sure to keep the attached terminal cover mounted on the terminal block during the operation. Otherwise electric shock or fire may result.
• Never install this instrument in the following environments.
A place where the ambient temperature goes beyond the range from 0 to 50°C (0 to 40°C when
the instrument is mounted with its side face closely contacted, or in the case of portable type, or
provided with Ethernet function)
A place where the ambient humidity goes beyond the range from 20 to 80% RH
A place where condensation occurs
A place where corrosive gases (sulfuric gases or ammonia, etc., in particular) or flammable gases
exist
A place where vibration or impact may be applied to the instrument (permissible continuous vibration condition: 2.45 m/s2 or lower)
A place subjected to water, oil, chemicals, vapor, or steam
A place subjected to dust and high in salt or iron content
A place where inductive interference may have a great effect, thus causing static electricity, magnetism, or noises
A place subjected to heat accumulation by radiant heat or the like
If the instrument is installed near other electronics instruments, such as TV in particular, noises
may be caused. Take the following measures in these cases.
• Place the instrument as far from the TV or the radio as possible (1m or more)
• Change the orientation of the antenna of the TV or the radio.
• Use separate receptacles.
• When mounting this instrument against the panel, pay attention not to apply stress to the case. Otherwise the case may be damaged.
• Stop using the instrument if it is immersed in water. Otherwise electric leak, electric shock, or fire may
result.
• Do not use the wires other than the specified compensation conducting wires for the thermocouple
input connection. Otherwise improper indication or malfunction may result.
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CAUTION
• Use a wire material with low wire resistance and with small resistance difference among the three wires
for the resistance bulb input connection. Otherwise improper indication or malfunction may result.
• If a large noise is generated from the power supply, provide an isolating transformer and use a noise
filter.
• Never use organic solvents such as alcohol or benzene when cleaning this instrument. Do not directly
water the main unit. Otherwise deterioration, failure, electric leak, electric shock, or fire may result.
When cleaning the main unit, wipe with a dry cloth.
• Dispose the instrument as an industrial waste.
• Be sure to ground the instrument. Otherwise electric shock or malfunction may result.
• Only authorized workers should perform wiring. Improper wiring may cause fire, failure, or electric
shock.
• At this equipment, the electrostatic discharge is evaluated as performance criteria B in EN61326.
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Contents
PREFACE......................................................................................................................i
Caution on Safety..............................................................................................ii
Contents.................................................................................................................. v
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
INTRODUCTION..............................................................................................1-1
1.1
Paperless recorder................................................................................................ 1-1
1.2
Product check....................................................................................................... 1-1
1.3
Check on type and specification........................................................................... 1-2
1.4
Handling memory card (Compact Flash) – Cautions on handling....................... 1-3
1.5
Ethernet communication function........................................................................ 1-5
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS..........................................................2-1
2.1
Names and functions of parts............................................................................... 2-1
2.2
Inserting and removing the memory card............................................................ 2-3
2.3
Recording data to memory card........................................................................... 2-4
MOUNTING METHOD.....................................................................................3-1
3.1
Mounting location................................................................................................ 3-1
3.2
External dimensions and panel cutout dimensions (unit: mm)............................ 3-1
3.3
Method of mounting onto panel........................................................................... 3-2
WIRING..............................................................................................................4-1
4.1
Before wiring....................................................................................................... 4-1
4.2
Connection to terminals....................................................................................... 4-2
4.3
Connection the recorder to loader...................................................................... 4-12
PORTABLE........................................................................................................5-1
5.1
Portable................................................................................................................ 5-1
5.2
Handling............................................................................................................... 5-1
5.3
Outline (unit: mm)............................................................................................... 5-2
5.4
Wiring.................................................................................................................. 5-2
DISPLAY FUNCTION......................................................................................6-1
6.1
Basic composition of Data Display screen.......................................................... 6-1
6.2
Real time trend display of measured data............................................................ 6-3
6.3
Display of measured data in bar graphs or analog meters.......................................6-5
6.4
Digital display of measured data.......................................................................... 6-6
6.5
Totalizing data display......................................................................................... 6-6
6.6
Event summary display........................................................................................ 6-8
6.7
Ethernet log display........................................................................................... 6-10
6.8
Historical trend display...................................................................................... 6-11
6.9
Message that appears when main unit failure occurs . ...................................... 6-13
6.10 Cautions about power ON/OFF........................................................................... 6-13
7.
8.
OPERATION AND ACTIONS..........................................................................7-1
7.1
Before running the recorder................................................................................. 7-1
7.2
Power ON and state.............................................................................................. 7-2
7.3
Stopping and starting the recording operation..................................................... 7-3
7.4
Switching data display screens............................................................................ 7-5
7.5
Display of alarm . ................................................................................................ 7-6
SETTING AND CHECKING PARAMETERS.................................................8-1
8.1
Setting and checking............................................................................................ 8-1
8.2
Outline of parameter setting procedure................................................................ 8-5
8.3
Basic operation of setting screens........................................................................ 8-7
8.4
Setting for input types, skip, scaling, units, square rooter,
logarithmic display and unit code table............................................................... 8-9
8.5
Setting for input filter (time constant), PV shift, and subtraction...................... 8-15
8.6
Alarm setting...................................................................................................... 8-18
8.7
Setting for F value calculation (Setting common to all channels)..................... 8-19
8.8
Parameter copy................................................................................................... 8-21
8.9
Setting for display refreshment cycles............................................................... 8-23
8.10 Setting for TAG. No., display range, and record mode..................................... 8-25
8.11 Setting for messages........................................................................................... 8-29
8.12 Setting for data display screen........................................................................... 8-31
8.13 Background color setting for the real time trend screen and
historical trend screen........................................................................................ 8-35
8.14 Registering method of set values (saving to flash memory).............................. 8-36
8.15 Setting for LCD OFF time................................................................................. 8-37
8.16 Unit define.......................................................................................................... 8-38
8.17 Setting for DI (external control unit) function................................................... 8-39
8.18 Alarm setting (whole, memory FULL, battery)................................................. 8-41
8.19 Adjustment method of clock.............................................................................. 8-43
8.20 Setting for record data format............................................................................ 8-44
8.21 Setting for RS485 communication function....................................................... 8-45
8.22 Setting the Ethernet function.............................................................................. 8-46
8.23 Setting E-mail function...................................................................................... 8-49
8.24 Setting E-mail trigger function.......................................................................... 8-50
8.25 Setting the user account..................................................................................... 8-51
8.26 Password setting................................................................................................. 8-52
8.27 Displaying record data of memory card............................................................. 8-53
8.28 Removing memory card (compact flash)........................................................... 8-56
8.29 Reading settings................................................................................................. 8-58
8.30 Writing settings.................................................................................................. 8-59
8.31 Totalize calculation setting................................................................................ 8-60
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8.32 Setting for daily totalizing.................................................................................. 8-60
8.33 Setting for channel setting 1 (Daily).................................................................. 8-62
8.34 Setting for channel setting 2 (Daily).................................................................. 8-64
8.35 Setting for monthly totalizing............................................................................ 8-66
8.36 Setting for annual totalizing............................................................................... 8-67
8.37 Setting for external input totalizing................................................................... 8-69
8.38 Setting for totalize start/stop.............................................................................. 8-71
8.39 Setting for totalized value reset.......................................................................... 8-72
8.40 Setting of calculation channel............................................................................ 8-73
8.41 Setting arithmetic operation for math channel................................................... 8-77
8.42 Input setting for math channel........................................................................... 8-79
8.43 Calculation setting for math channel................................................................. 8-80
8.44 Alarm setting for math channel.......................................................................... 8-81
8.45 Setting for TAG No., display range and record mode for math channel........... 8-82
8.46 Math channel parameter copy............................................................................ 8-83
8.47 Math timer setting.............................................................................................. 8-84
8.48 Constant setting.................................................................................................. 8-85
9.
Maintenance and Inspection.............................................................9-1
9.1
Recommended replacement cycle of parts........................................................... 9-1
9.2
Calibration............................................................................................................ 9-1
9.3
Formatting the memory card................................................................................ 9-1
10. Calibration...............................................................................................10-1
10.1 Calibration method of measured values............................................................. 10-1
10.2 Setting for date format....................................................................................... 10-4
10.3 Initializing the set value..................................................................................... 10-5
11. Troubleshooting....................................................................................11-1
12. Specifications...........................................................................................12-1
Appendices...........................................................................................................A-1
Appendix 1 Recording format (ASCII)....................................................................... A-1
Appendix 2 Parameters that cannot be set during recording........................................A-3
Appendix 3 Parameters that cannot be set during totalizing....................................... A-4
Appendix 4 Opening this instrument record data in ASCII format on Excel............. A-5
Appendix 5 Timing of recording................................................................................. A-6
Appendix 6 Screen configuration................................................................................ A-7
CAUTION
Refer to chapters 3 and 4 only when installing this instrument. Only qualified workers should carry out mounting and wiring of this instrument.
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1.INTRODUCTION
We thank you for purchasing our Paperless Recorder GR200.
The instruction manual describes installation, operation, and maintenance of Paperless Recorder. Read this
manual carefully before use.
1.1 Paperless recorder
(1) This recorder displays measured data in real time on the liquid crystal display. It is a paperless
type that is also capable of saving the measured data to a compact flash card.
(2) It can set up to 18 channels for the input types such as thermocouple, resistance bulb, and DC
voltage (or current).
(3) It allows the measured data saved to the compact flash card to be displayed on the display unit.
Use of the support software attached to the recorder allows the saved data to be displayed on a
personal computer.
1.2 Product check
Upon receiving the recorder unit, check the appearance for damage, and if the correct quantity of the
accessories are supplied.
Check on accessories
This recorder comes with the accessories shown in Fig. 1-1. Check that they are all present.
(1) Panel-mounting
bracket
(2) PC support software
(CD-ROM)
(3) Panel packing
(5) Power supply
noise filter
(4) AC power cord
Fig. 1-1 Accessories
Product name
(1) Panel-mounting bracket
CD-ROM PC support software instruction
(2)
manual (both in Japanese and
English)
(3) Panel packing for front face
(4) AC power cord (2m)
(5) Power supply noise filter
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Quantity
Panel-mounted Portable
2
–
1
1
1
1
1
–
1
1
1.3 Check on type and specification
Code symbols are marked on specification nameplates. Check the type as ordered. (The specification
nameplates are attached to the right of the case and at the rear of the display unit).
Digit
4 5
6
7
8 9
Type
GR2 - 0  M0
Specifications
9 points
09
Input point
18 points
18
Power supply voltage 100 to 240V AC
0
Panel mounting / Japanese
A
Model name 1
Panel
mounting
/
English
B
(Mounting
instruction/Language Portable / Japanese
C
for display)
Portable / English
D
Model name 2
Multi-range
M0
Model name 3
None
Model name 4
None
None
DI/DO(10)
DI/DO(18), C5
DI/DO(10), DI/DO(18), C5
Option (*)
E-net
DI/DO(10), E-net
DI/DO(18), C5, E-net
DI/DO(10), DI/DO(18), C5,
E-net
None (Providing the No. for a
Special order Number
special order product)
Instruction manual
Japanese/English (CD-ROM)
Shinko ID
(*) Description of option codes
Option codes
Description
DI
5 points (No-voltage contact input)
DO(10)
10 points (1a contact output)
DO(18)
18 points (Open collector output)
C5
Communication RS-485
E-net
Ethernet
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10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
00
00  0- 2 0
00
00
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
2
0
1.4 Handling memory card (Compact Flash)
– Cautions on handling
(1) For the memory card, use Sandisk’s compact flash memory (URL: http://www.sandisk.co.jp).
Other memory cards may cause trouble to the recorder.
CAUTION
1) Be sure to format the memory card with the PC you use.
Format it as FAT16 or FAT. If it is formatted as NTFS, for example, it cannot
be used because this instrument does not recognize it.
2) The memory card should be inserted in the proper direction and fixed securely
to the slot.
3) Don’t turn OFF the power or remove the card from the slot while data is being
written in or read from the card, or recorded data may be damaged or lost.
4) Measured data saved to the memory card should be backed up, if necessary.
If the CF card should be broken, important record data will be lost. Be sure to
backup the data.
Before using a CF card adaptor, check the capacity of the adaptor. If the capacity of the memory card to be formatted is larger than that of the adaptor, do
not format the card. Otherwise this instrument does not recognize it even if it
could be formatted on Windows.
(2) Compact flash in the capacity range from 8MB to 1GB can be used.
Refer to the following tables for the storage capacity in the case of 9-channel recording (on condition that no events such as alarms or messages are occurring, and that integration is stopped).
(The number of days required for 18-channel recording is approximately one half of those shown
in the table.)
(The number of days required for average value recording and instantaneous value recording is
approximately twice of those shown in the table.)
Compact flash size
Display refresh cycle
Recordable capacity
(about)
64MB
10 sec
30 sec
ASCII format
112 hours
1 sec
46 days
140 days
280 days
7.7 years
Binary format
448 hours
184 days
560 days
1,120 days
30.8 years
Compact flash size
Display refresh cycle
Recordable capacity
(about)
10 min
128MB
1 sec
10 sec
30 sec
1 min
ASCII format
226 hours
94 days
282 days
565 days
Binary format
932 hours
388 days
3.2 years
6.4 years
1 sec
10 sec
30 sec
ASCII format
18 days
187 days
1.5 years
3 years
Binary format
72 days
748 days
6 years
12 years
Compact flash size
Display refresh cycle
Recordable capacity
(about)
1 min
256MB
1 min
Note: Refer to Item 8.19 “Setting method of record data format” for the selection of ASCII or binary format
for data recording.
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(3) Data write to the memory card is performed according to the following timing. If the power is
OFF in the writing cycle, note that the data will not be recorded.
Display refresh cycle
Write cycle
1 sec to 1min 2 min
1 min
2 min
3 min
5 min
10 min 20 min 30 min
3 min
5 min
10 min 20 min 30 min
Display refresh cycle
1 hour
2 hours
3 hours
4 hours
6 hours 12 hours
Write cycle
1 hour
2 hours
3 hours
4 hours
6 hours 12 hours
(4) The data recorded in the compact flash can be regenerated on the PC by using the data viewer
(contained in the attached CD-ROM).
If the data is recorded in ASCII format, it can be directly opened in a spreadsheet such as EXCEL.
However, large-amount data cannot be opened (about 10MB or larger in the case of 9-point input,
and about 5MB or larger in the case of 18-point input).
In those cases, read in data with the data viewer (contained in the attached CD-ROM), and perform CSV conversion to divide the file, which allows the data to be read in.
The data recorded in binary format cannot be directly opened in a spreadsheet such as EXCEL.
See “8.20 Setting for record data format” for details.
Note: Be careful not to make the size of a file too large even if a large-capacity CF card is
used. (Keep it to less than 10MB if possible.)
(5) Removing memory card
By prohibiting the writing on the memory card, the card can be taken out even if the recording or
integration is not stopped. Refer to Item 8.28 “Removing memory card (compact flash)” for the
procedure.
CAUTION
Make sure to prohibit writing before removing the memory card, when using FTP
server function.
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1.5 Ethernet communication function
By connecting the paperless recorder to Ethernet, the following function can be used (when 4, 5, 6 or
7 is selected for the 14th digit of the code symbols).
• FTP server function: Record files stored in the compact flash of the recorder can be downloaded
from the PC on the network using Web browser (Microsoft Internet Explorer) or DOS prompt.
• Web server function: Measurements of the recorder or event log on the network can be displayed
using Web browser (Microsoft Internet Explorer).
• E-mail function: E-mails can be sent to specified addresses with the measurement of the recorder
attached.
• MODBUS TCP/IP function: Settings of the recorder can be read or written from the PC on the
network using MODBUS TCP/IP function.
Ethernet
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2.NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS
2.1Names and functions of parts
(5) Connector for
parameter loader
(1) Display unit
(2) Power switch
(3) Memory card slot
(6) Function keyboard
(4) Memory card ejection button
(1) Display unit
Allows the Real time trend screen, Bar Graph Display screen, Analog Meter Display screen,
Digital Display screen, Totalized Value Display screen, Historical trend screen and other various
Parameter Set screens to be displayed.
(2) Power switch
Used to turn the power ON or OFF.
(3) Memory card slot
Used for inserting the memory card
(4) Memory card ejection button
To remove the memory card from the slot, press this button.
CAUTION
1) Do not remove the memory card while recording is in progress (while REC in
the display unit is highlighted) or during totalizing. Otherwise, the data cannot be recorded correctly, or the past data may be damaged. Be sure to stop
recording and totalizing before removing the memory card. (If the memory card
is removed and inserted again while recording or totalizing is in progress, it is
recorded as a new file.)
2) While the compact flash of the paperless recorder is accessed by FTP communication, do not take out the compact flash.
Furthermore, when the FTP server function is used, inhibit access to the compact flash in the “Memory card abstract” screen, before taking out the compact
flash.
(5) Connector to parameter loader
When changing parameters by using a loader, connect the exclusive cable (optional cable: CGL)
to the connector.
(6) Function keyboard
Used for operation, or setting and verifying each parameter.
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Key name
(Record)
(Display)
(Select)
(Entry)
(Cursor)
Function
Used to start or stop recording.
Pressing once starts recording, and pressing once again stops recording.
Used to switch displayed contents. Every time it is pressed, the display is switched
in the following order: (1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7) and back to (1).
(1) Real time trend display
Displays the measurement data of an arbitrary channel
(2) Key guidance display
Displays the guide for key operation.
(3) Bar graph/analog meter display
Displays the measured data of the channel in a bar graph (or analog meter)
(4) Digital display.
Displays the measured data of the channel in numerical values.
(5) Totalizing data display
Displays the totalizing data of an arbitrary channel in numerical values.
(6) Event summary display
Displays the alarm summary or message summary.
(7) Ethernet log display
Displays the FTP communication and E-mail sending log.
Used to switch the parameter setting screen to the data display screen.
Pressing the key on the historical trend screen, historical jump window appears.
Used to switch from the data display screen to the parameter setting screen.
Pressing the key on the parameter setting screen switches to the screen one step up.
Pressing the key on the historical trend screen switches to the real time trend screen.
Note, however, that pressing the key on the menu screen does not change screens.
(1) Used for selection on the setting screen or registration of the set data.
(2) If the key is pressed while the scales are displayed on the real time trend display screen,
historical trend display screen (*1), or recorded data display screen, the channels for which
scales are to be displayed can be switched.
(Scale of ch1
scale of ch2
…..
scale of ch9
scale of ch1
scale of ch2…..)
*1: The screen in the past of the data currently recorded
(1) Used to select setting items.
(2) Used to increase or decrease numerical values.
(3) Pressing the
key on the real time trend displays the historical trend screen (*1).
At this time, the window can be scrolled using the cursor key.
(4) Pressing the
or the
key on the real time trend display, bar graph/analog meter display,
digital display, or totalized value display screen switches group screens as follows.
key: Group 1
2
3
4
1
key: Group ...
1
4
3
2
1
*1: The screen in the past of the data currently recorded
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...
2.2Inserting and removing the memory card
The memory card is used for saving measured data. Before attempting to use the recorder, set it in the
recorder slot securely.
This section explains how to insert the memory card into or remove it from the slot.
(1)To insert memory card
Step 1) Open the panel unit.
Step 2) Insert the memory card into the slot at the
right side of the panel unit as shown in
Photo.
CAUTION
Insert the card straight into the
slot as shown by the photo at
right.
Be careful not to forcibly press
the card if it is inserted obliquely.
Otherwise the pin on this instrument may be damaged.
(2)To remove memory card
Step 1) Press the memory card ejection button to remove the
memory card from the slot.
CAUTION
(1) Do not remove the memory card
while data is written in it (while the
lamp indicating writing status is kept
on). Refer to Item 8.28 “Removing memory card (compact flash)”
for the removal of the memory card
while recording is in progress.
(2) After inserting the memory card into
the slot, don’t remove the card until
the recorder can acknowledge it.
(3) Be careful with static electricity when
removing the memory card.
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Memory card ejection button
2.3 Recording data to memory card
(1) Folder configuration of the memory card:
The following folders are created in the memory card.
Folder name
Root folder
S000000
S******.FDT
A******.FDT
Folder name
T000000
Record file
Event file
File name
T******.FDT
D******.FDT
M******.FDT
E******.FDT
Daily totalizing data file
Monthly totalizing data file
Annual totalizing data file
External signal totalizing data file
PA00000.SHR
Setting value file
Folder name
PARAM
(2) Recorded data:
Data can be recorded in the following four formats. Either ASCII or binary format can be selected for recording. Refer to Item 8.20 “Setting for record data format.”
Trend data
: Records the maximum and the minimum values of the measured
value sampled at display update cycles.
Trend data file name to be created: S00****.FDT (**** is substituted by four-digit numerical value.)
Refer to “Appendix 1 (1) Trend data file” for recording format.
Event data
: Records the information on occurrence or release of alarms and
message issuing information.
Event data file name to be created: A00****.FDT (**** is substituted by four-digit numerical value.)
Refer to “Appendix 1 (2) Event data file” for recording format.
Totalizing data
: Records the totalizing data every totalize recording cycle.
The name of the totalizing data file created is as follows.
Daily report:
T000000.FDT
Monthly report:
Annual report:
External input:
D000000.FDT
M000000.FDT
E000000.FDT
Setting value file : The setting value of the recorder can be stored in a memory card.
Name of the configuration file to be created: *******. SHR (Substitute arbitrary capital letters or numerical value for *******.)
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(3) Recording capacity:
It depends on the capacity of the memory card.
Refer to the following tables for the storage capacity in the case of 9-channel recording (on condition that no events such as alarms or messages are occurring, and that integration is stopped).
(The number of days required for 18-channel recording is approximately one half of those shown
in the table.)
(The number of days required for average value recording and instantaneous value recording is
approximately twice of those shown in the table.)
Compact flash size
64MB
Display refresh cycle
Recordable capacity
(about)
1 sec
10 sec
30 sec
ASCII format
112 hours
46 days
140 days 280 days
Binary format
448 hours
184 days
560 days 1,120 days 30.8 years
Compact flash size
1 sec
10 sec
30 sec
1 min
ASCII format
226 hours
94 days
282 days
565 days
Binary format
932 hours
388 days
3.2 years
6.4 years
Compact flash size
256MB
Display refresh cycle
Recordable capacity
(about)
10 min
7.7 years
128MB
Display refresh cycle
Recordable capacity
(about)
1 min
1 sec
10 sec
30 sec
1 min
ASCII format
18 days
187 days
1.5 years
3 years
Binary format
72 days
748 days
6 years
12 years
Note: Refer to Item 8.20 “Setting for record data format” for the selection of ASCII or binary format
for data recording.
(4) Recording cycle:
The following tables show the timing of writing the trend data to the compact flash.
The event data is written in the compact flash by the minute.
Display reflesh cycle
1 sec to 1min
2 min
3 min
5 min
10 min
20 min
30 min
1 min
2 min
3 min
5 min
10 min
20 min
30 min
Writing cycle
Display reflesh cycle
1 hour
2 hours
3 hours
4 hours
6 hours 12 hours
Writing cycle
1 hour
2 hours
3 hours
4 hours
6 hours 12 hours
(5) Timing to start recording:
The event data cannot be written in the compact flash before the initial display update cycle.
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3. MOUNTING METHOD
This unit is designed to be panel mounted.
3.1 Mounting location
Select the following location for mounting the unit.
(1) A place that is not subject to vibration or shock.
(2) A place where there is no dust, dirt or corrosive gas.
(3) A place where ambient temperature falls within 0 to 50°C range with minimum temperature fluctuation (Recorder provided with Ethernet function: 0 to 40°C).
(4) A place that is not struck directly by strong radiant heat.
(5) A place that is free from water drip or dew condensation in the range of 20 to 80%RH.
(6) A place that is well ventilated for the dispersion of heat generated from other devices.
(7) A space that is accessible for wiring, and maintenance and check.
(8) A place that is not affected by electromagnetic wave from wireless machine or
portable telephones.
∠α
(9) Mount the unit horizontally, with no tilt to the left or right (The forward tilt
should be 0° but the unit may be inclined 0 to 30° rearwards.
∠α = 60 to 90°
3.2 External dimensions and panel cutout dimensions
(unit: mm)
2 ≤ T ≤ 26
Mounting bracket
Panel
External dimensions
144
136.5
161
T
GR
REC
DISP
SEL
ENT
ACTIVE
160
140
21.6
185
24.6 when packing is used
Note) If other instruments are placed under the recorder unit,
provide a space of 100 mm or more from the instrument or floor.
Panel cutout dimensions
Mounting 1 unit
(160 × n–22) +20
137 +1.5
0
137 +1.5
0
137
Mounting n units
+1.5
0
Note) When mounting n units, don't use packing.
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3.3 Method of mounting onto panel
Panel
Mounting bracket
• Using the supplied mounting bracket, tighten the upper and lower screws unit the panel is fixed.
• The panel to be used should be more than 2 mm thick.
CAUTION
Excessive torque will cause damage to front panel frame or result in case deformation.
Torque: 0.2 N·m
• If the panel front is subject to water splashes, use panel packing between the unit and panel.
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4. WIRING
4.1 Before wiring
(Note) When cables are connected to terminals of the recorder unit, don’t apply pulling force to them
excessively. Excessive force to the terminal may result in damage to the terminal or cable.
(1) Use the power cable that has the performance equivalent to or higher than 600-V vinyl insulated
power cable (IEC227-3). Install the attached noise filter within approximately 20cm from the
power terminal of this instrument. (Wind the power cable 1 to 2 turns.)
(2) For the thermocouple input, be sure to use a compensated lead wire.
(3) Input signal cables should be wired separately as far as possible (30 cm or more) from power lines
and high-voltage lines to minimize the effect of inductive noise. Shielded cables should preferably be used. In this case, the shield braids should be earthed at one point.
(4) Up to 2 solderless terminals should be used when connecting cables to terminals. Be sure to use
an insulation cap.
(Note)
1) At the completion of wiring of the input terminals, be sure to close the rear cover to ensure
the compensation of reference contact when thermocouple input is used.
In case of thermocouple input, follow the steps to stabilize temperature at the terminal.
• Be sure to attach input terminal cover.
• Don’t use a thick cable to prevent the effect of radiation. It is recommended that the cable
with a diameter of 0.5 mm or less should be used.
• Don’t mount other instruments near a fan to keep temperature stable.
2) For connection of lead wires to terminals, use of sleeve-insulated clamping terminals is recommended.
3) This unit has no power fuse. Mount a power fuse outside the unit
as needed.
Recommended fuse rating: 250V AC, 1A
4) Don’t loosen screws that are secured to the terminal case and
power terminal.
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4.2 Connection to terminals
(1) Input terminal:
Connect signal cable for each channel.
(2) Alarm (DO)/DI (External control unit):
Connect the output of alarm signals and the input of DI (external control) signals (for alarm [DO]
1 to 10 and DI [external control] 1 to 5)
(3) Power terminal:
Connect power cable to L/N terminals. Power source to be connected should be free from noise.
(4) Earth terminal:
Connect to “G” terminal (Class-D, 100Ω or less).
(5) Communication, alarm (open collector) output and DI terminal:
Connect the input of alarm output (DO11) and DI (external control: D16) signals.
Connect communication signal cable to TRX (+) and TRX (-).
(6) Alarm (open collector) output and DI input:
Connect the input of alarm output (DO12 to 28) and DI (external control: DI7 to 10) signals.
Do not loosen.
(3)
(1)
(1)
(4)
(5)
(2)
(1)
(6)
Do not loosen.
Note: Do not loosen the screws. Otherwise accurate measurement may not be carried out with
thermo-couple input.
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(1) Wiring of input terminal
1) Input terminal No. is determined for each channel.
2) When changing the type of input signal (see Item 8.4) after purchasing the unit, connect input
terminals according to the relation between terminal No. and channel No.
Do not apply excessive voltage. Otherwise this instrument circuit may be
damaged, and proper operation may not be performed.
CAUTION
Channel 1 to 9
Input terminal
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Resistance
Voltage
Voltage
Resistance
bulb
+
+
bulb
11
+
+
61
–
–
CH1
12
–
–
62
CH6
13
63
+
+
21
+
+
71
–
–
22
CH2
–
–
72
CH7
23
73
+
+
31
–
–
CH3
32
RCJ
33
+
+
41
+
+
81
–
–
CH4
42
–
–
82
CH8
43
83
+
+
51
+
+
91
–
–
CH5
52
–
–
92
CH9
53
93
Note) For current input, connect optional shunt resitors to the voltage input terminals.
Voltage
CH6
CH7
Resistance
bulb
Resistance
Voltage
bulb
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
+
+
–
–
+
+
–
–
+
+
–
–
+
+
–
–
+
+
–
–
+
+
–
–
CH1
CH2
CH3
RCJ
CH8
CH9
+
+
–
–
+
+
+
+
–
–
–
–
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CH4
CH5
Channel 10 to 18
Input terminal
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Resistance
Voltage
Voltage
Resistance
bulb
+
+
bulb
111
+
+
161
–
–
CH10
112
–
–
162
CH15
113
163
+
+
121
+
+
171
–
–
122
CH11
–
–
172
CH16
123
173
+
+
131
–
–
CH12
132
RCJ
133
+
+
141
+
+
181
–
–
CH13
142
–
–
182
CH17
143
183
+
+
151
+
+
191
–
–
CH14
152
–
–
192
CH18
153
193
Note) For current input, connect optional shunt resitors to the voltage input terminals.
Voltage
CH15
CH16
Resistance
bulb
Resistance
Voltage
bulb
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
+
+
–
–
+
+
–
–
+
+
–
–
+
+
–
–
+
+
–
–
+
+
–
–
CH10
CH11
CH12
RCJ
CH17
CH18
+
+
–
–
+
+
+
+
–
–
–
–
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CH13
CH14
Wiring of input terminals
(1) DC voltage input
Not used
(2) DC current input
ex)
ex)
11
11
12
12
Not used
13
Shunt resistor (option)
13
DC current input
Example 1) For 4 to 20mA and 10 to 50mA input,
10Ω±0.1% shunt resistance is used.
In this case, set the input range
to ±500mV (see Item 8.4).
Voltage conversion by shunt resistance of 10Ω
4 to 20mA DC : 40 to 200mV DC
10 to 50mA DC : 100 to 500mV DC
DC voltage input
(3) Themocouple input
(4) Resistance input
ex)
ex)
11
11
b
12
12
Not used
13
13
B
A
Compensating leads
Red(A)
White(B)
White(b)
Thermocouple
Note) Avoid using thermocouple input with wiring
parallel to other instruments.
Resistance bulb
Note)
1) Input signals should be the same for every 2 channels.
Example) ch1: thermocouple
ch2: thermocouple
ch3: 5V
ch4: 5V
Any type of thermocouple can be set.
1 to 5V or 0 to 5V can be set.
For the setting method, see Item 8.4.
2) Don’t remove RCJ module.
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(2) Wiring of alarm output (DO)/DI (external control unit) (Option)
Note: This option cannot be mounted if the number of input points is 18.
About external control unit (DI)
1) This instrument is provided with the function of performing “start/stop of recording operation,”
“F-value computation resetting,” “Start/stop of totalizing,” and “Message display” in response to
the contact signals (DI) received from outside the instrument.
Alarm output/DI input terminal
211
231
212
232
213
233
214
234
215
235
216
236
217
237
218
238
219
239
220
240
221
241
222
242
223
243
224
244
225
245
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
DO8
DO9
DO10
DI1
DI2
DI3
For DI function,
see"Setting of DI function".
DI4
DI5
Note 1) DI (external control) unit is not insulated and should be used with a relay connected to
the outside.
External contact capacity: 20V/0.05A DC, 1a contact
Note 2) DI (external control) unit is operated as follows when the front switch is pressed.
(1) Recording start/stop
(2) F value calculation reset
External control
Recording start/stop by DI
ON
OFF
Recording
suspended Starts recording
Recording
Stops recording
in progress
Starts recording
OFF
Resets F value.
Continues
calculation.
(4) Totalizing start/stop
External control
ON
OFF
Resets
Continuous totalizing.
totalized value.
(5) LCD
External control
ON
LCD OFF
F value
calculation
in progress
ON
Stops recording
(3) Totalizing reset
Totalizing
in progress
External control
Front key
OFF
LCD ON
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External control
ON
Totalizing
suspended
Totalizing
in progress
OFF
Starts totalizing
Stops totalizing
About alarm output (DO)
1) Alarm setting is provided at 4 points for each input channel. Up to 10 points for alarm output can
be set as an option.
2) When an alarm occurs, the relevant terminals are shorted (ON).
1a contact output: Relay contact capacity : 150V AC/3A, 30V DC/3A (resistive load : DO1)
: 240V AC/3A, 30V DC/3A (resistive load : DO2 to DO10)
DO1
Alarm output/DI input terminal
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
DO2
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
DO8
DO9
DO10
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
DO8
DO9
DO10
Note: If lamps are provided on the outside, set a resistor to prevent rush current. When
relays or solenoids are used, set elements for contact protection (diodes or surge killers,
etc).
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(3) Wiring of communication, alarm output (DO)/DI input
Note: Select 2, 3, 6 or 7 for the 14th digit of the code symbols to use this option.
About communication
This is digital communication function with other devices. Specifications are as follows.
Item
Electrical specifications
Communication mode
Synchronous system
Topology
Number of connected units
Communication distance
Communication speed
Data format
Transmission code
Error detection
Insulation
Specifications
Conforms to EIA RS-485
Two-wire half-duplex communication
Start-stop synchronization
1:N
Up to 31
Up to 500m (Total distance)
9600, 19200 bps
Data length
8 bits
Stop bit
1 bit
Parity
None, Even, Odd (selectable)
HEX value (MODBUS RTU mode)
CRC-16
The communication section and the ground terminal
are functionally separated.
(Withstand voltage: 500V AC)
Communication terminal
Shield
TRX2 (-)
TRX1 (+)
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About external control unit (DI)
This function is the same as that described on page 4-6.
Alarm output/DI input terminal
24VdC
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5 (DI10)
4 (DI9)
3 (DI8)
2 (DI7)
1
PCD
VPD
PCD
DO12
DO13
DO14
DO15
DO16
DO17
DO18
DO19
DO20
DO21
DO22
DO23
DO24
DO25
DO26
DO27
DO28
DI7
DI8
DI9
DI10
VPD
VPD
DIO(+24V)
PCD
24Vdc
1
14
13
25
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
2
3
4
5
DI6
DIO(0V)
DO11
PCD
DI6
SHLD
TRX2
–
TRX1
+
(Shield)
(-)
(+)
MODBUS
communication
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
PCD
Note 1: The DI (external control unit) is not insulated. Connect a relay externally to use the
unit.
Capacity required for external contact: 20V/0.05A DC, 1a contact, or larger
Note 2: The operation by DI (external control unit) and the switch on the front face is as
shown in (1) to (5) of Note 2 on page 4-6.
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About alarm output (DO)
1) Alarm setting can be made for 4 points per input channel. Alarm output (DO) can be mounted up
to 18 points.
2) On occurrence of an alarm, the internal transistor is turned ON.
Output : Open collector
Rating : 30V/100mA DC (resistance load)
24VdC
13
12 (DO18)
11 (DO17)
10 (DO16)
9 (DO15)
8 (DO14)
7 (DO13)
6 (DO12)
5
4
3
2
1
25
(DO28) 24
(DO27) 23
(DO26) 22
(DO25) 21
(DO24) 20
(DO23) 19
(DO22) 18
(DO21) 17
(DO20) 16
(DO19) 15
14
PCD
VPD
DO12
DO13
DO14
DO15
DO16
DO17
DO18
DO19
DO20
DO21
DO22
DO23
DO24
DO25
DO26
DO27
DO28
DI7
DI8
DI9
DI10
VPD
VPD
DIO(+24V)
PCD
24Vdc
PCD
DIO(0V)
DO11
PCD
DI6
SHLD
TRX2
–
TRX1
+
(Shield)
(-)
(+)
MODBUS
communication
1
14
13
25
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
2
3
4
5
DO11
PCD
Note: This is not relay output.
Do not apply voltage or feed current larger than the rating.
Otherwise the internal circuit may be damaged, and the instrument stops operating.
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(4) Ethernet (option)
Note: Select 4, 5, 6 or 7 for the 14th digit of code signals to use this option.
Ethernet communiction specifications are as follows.
Note: Install the LAN cable far away from the power supply line or strong electric line as possible
to avoid the influence of induction noise.
Item
Specifications 10BASE-T
Communication speed
10 Mbps
Communication mode
Base band
Maximum network length or
maximum node spacing
Up to 500 m (4-stage cascade)
Maximum segment length
Up to 100 m (between node and hub)
Connection cable
UTP (Unshielded twisted pair cable) 22-26AWG
Communication protcol
TCP/IP
(5) Cautions on connection of input signals via barrier
1) When thermocouple or resistance bulb is used for input
Measurement value error is generated because resistance value within the barrier is added.
Calibrate the measurement value in a state where the input, barrier, and the recorder are connected.
See section 10.1 for details of calibration.
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4.3 Connection the recorder to loader
(1) When connecting the recorder to a loader, use optional pc loader communication cable (CGL) as
shown below.
(USB)
The loader cable should be connected to the USB port of pc.
CAUTION
Be sure to display the data display screen (refer to Item 7.4) instead of the parameter setting screen before using the loader. Otherwise, the set value may not be
written.
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PORTABLE
5.1 Portable
• The instrument can be carried about easily holding the handle.
(The portable type is not UL or CE certified.)
External view
5.2 Handling
Observe the following in handling the instrument.
(1) Preferable use environment
• A place not subjected to vibration or impact
• A place not subjected to dust or corrosive gases
• A place of ambient temperature of 0 to 40°C with minimum temperature change
• A place where the humidity is kept within the range from 20 to 80%RH and not subjected to
drops of water.
• A place provided with sufficient ventilation allowing the heat from the instrument to be discharged
• A place not subjected to the interference from electromagnetic waves by radio devices or mobile
phones
• A place where the instrument is not exposed to the risk of falling.
(2) Notes
• Use the stand in upright position.
• Be sure to return the rear cover to the original position after performing the wiring of the input
or the alarm (DO)/DI terminal.
• Be sure to turn off the power before performing wiring and inspection to avoid receiving electric shock.
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5.3Outline (unit: mm)
144
136.5
208.5
20
Handle
GR
REC
DISP
SEL
ENT
15
ACTIVE
140
49
160
21.6
185
Foot
Stand foot
Note: Use the stand in upright position.
5.4 Wiring
When the number of input points = 9: M3 screw
INPUT TERMINAL
Thermocouple
Voltage
T.C. Resistance
DC
bulb
R.T.D
+
+
61
–
–
62
CH6
63
+
+
71
–
–
72
CH7
73
RCJ
CH8
CH9
+
+
–
–
+
+
–
–
81
82
83
91
92
93
ThermoResistance couple Voltage
bulb
DC
T.C.
R.T.D
+
+
11
–
–
CH1
12
13
+
+
21
–
–
22
CH2
23
+
+
31
–
–
CH3
32
33
+
+
41
–
–
CH4
42
43
+
+
51
–
–
CH5
52
53
When the number of inputs = 18: M3 screw
INPUT TERMINAL
ThermoThermocouple
Resistance couple Voltage
Voltage
T.C. Resistance
bulb
DC
T.C.
DC
bulb
R.T.D
+
+
R.T.D
111
+
+
161
–
–
CH10
112
–
–
162
CH15
113
163
+
+
121
+
+
171
–
–
122
CH11
–
–
172
CH16
123
173
+
+
131
–
–
CH12
132
RCJ
133
+
+
141
+
+
181
–
–
CH13
142
–
–
182
CH17
143
183
+
+
151
+
+
191
–
–
CH14
152
–
–
192
CH18
153
193
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When the 14th digit of the code symbols is 1, 3, 5 or 7 (With alarm output/DI input)
Alarm output (DO)/DI input terminal
211
231
212
232
213
233
214
234
215
235
216
236
217
237
218
238
219
239
220
240
221
241
222
242
223
243
224
244
225
245
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
DO8
DO9
DO10
When the 14th digit of the code symbols is 2, 3, 6 or 7 (With communication, alarm
output/DI input)
DIO (+24V)
DIO (0V)
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
DO11
DI6
Shield
TRX2 (-)
TRX1 (+)
PCD
VPD
DO12
DO13
DO14
DO15
DO16
DO17
DO18
DO19
DO20
DO21
DO22
DO23
DO24
DO25
DO26
DO27
DO28
DI7
DI8
DI9
DI10
VPD
VPD
DIO(+24V)
PCD
24Vdc
PCD
DIO(0V)
DO11
PCD
DI6
SHLD
TRX2
–
TRX1
+
PCD
5-
(Shield)
(-)
(+)
MODBUS
communication
1
14
13
25
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
2
3
4
5
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DISPLAY FUNCTION
6.1 Basic composition of Data Display screen
(6) Memory card
(7) Memory card (9) Alarm display (5) Memory card
loading display
indicator
writing status display
(10) Totalizing indicator
(3) Parameter memory
lamp
(1) Name of
screen
(4) Record display
(2) Clock
display
(8) Data display
area
(1) Group screen name
Displays the screen name (“Display Name”) that was set arbitrarily.
(2) Clock display
Displays date and time
(3) Parameter memory lamp
If the lamp blinks in red, it means that parameters are not saved to the flash memory. Save the set
value by selecting “Main unit” → “Register data” screen.
(4) Record display
“REC” is lit when the measured data is being recorded. On the “Real Time Trend” screen, data
will be displayed only when the recorder is in recording.
(5) Memory card writing status display
It is lit when measured data is being written in a memory card.
(6) Memory card loading display
It indicates the loading state of the memory card.
Blinks
: shows the state where the memory card is not loaded in the slot.
Green display : shows the state where the memory card is loaded and can be pulled out.
Red display : shows the state where the memory card is loaded but must not be pulled out.
(7) Memory card indicator
It indicates how much of the memory card has bee used in graphs. At 90%, it turns red. At
100%, the recorder stops recording. Replace the memory card before it is used up.
(8) Data display area
It displays measured data in real time trend, bar graph, or digital display on the screen. (See item
6.2 to 6.4.)
The measured data of the channels 1 to 9 are displayed at the factory setting. To display the
measured data of the channels of 10 and larger numbers, perform the setting for them at the screen
structure setting in Section 8.12.1 “Screen setting 1.”
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(9) Alarm display
It displays alarm information that occurs at present (channel No. and alarm No.).
If more than 1 alarm occurs, it displays one alarm after another in every 3 seconds.
(10) Totalizing indicator
While totalizing is in progress, the totalizing mark ( ) appears at the bottom of the letter T.
When totalizing is not in progress, only the letter T is displayed. Refer to 6.5 for details of totalizing screen.
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6.2 Real time trend display of measured data
Measured data can be displayed in waveforms. The vertical or horizontal directions can be selected by
setting. By pressing or key, four screens with different display contents (scale display and screen
structure contents [group configuration], Tag No. unit display, etc.) can be selected one after another.
Time
(hour: minute)
(24-hour display) Time scale display
Trend display
Display division
Display division
Trend display
Measured value
display of each
channel
(instantaneous
value)
Measured value
display of each
channel
(instantaneous
Time Time scale display
value)
(hour: minute)
Correct time may not be displayed
Measured value
(24-hour display)
because there may be a case where
display in TAG No.
all the digits of the time display in
or the unit is also
horizontal direction are not displayed
available.
on the trend screen.
*) The screens consist of those selected in “Display record setting”
“Screen setting 1, 2.”
1) The display unit allows measured data to be displayed in waveforms only when recording. If the
recorded values exceed the limits of 0 % and 100%, they will be displayed at 0% and 100% positions,
respectively. If waveforms of more than 1 channel are displayed at the same position, the trend lines
overlap each other. In this case, color of the channel with the largest number is given priority over
those of other channels. (Example: In the case of ch2 and ch8, the color of ch8 is displayed.)
2) Display refreshment cycles are selectable from parameters of 1 sec to 12 hours. Relations between
the parameter and chart speed are shown in tables below. After the start of the recording, the initial
refreshment cycles will start at the time of 00: 00: 00 when the recording is continued.
(Example) When display refreshment cycles are set to 1 minute, it will start at the next cycle of
m hour: n minute: 0 second.
Display refresh cycle (sec)
1
2
3
5
10
20
30
1296
648
432
260
130
65
43
Display refresh cycle (min)
1
2
3
5
10
20
30
Chart speed (mm/h) as converted
22
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7.2
4.3
2.2
1.1
0.7
Display refresh cycle (hour)
1
2
3
4
6
12
0.36
0.18
0.12
0.09
0.06
0.03
Chart speed (mm/h) as converted
Chart speed (mm/h) as converted
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3) The Historical Trend screen is displayed by pressing the cursor key (▼) when the Real Time Trend
is displayed. This screen allows currently recorded waveform data to be read from the memory card,
tracing back to the past. To return to the Real Time Trend screen, press the
key.
4) The recorder performs the recording by pressing the
key, and it displays waveforms without
inserting the memory card into the slot. In this case, about 400 data can be displayed in historical
trend. To display the data exceeding 400 items, insert the memory card into the slot before starting
the recording.
5) If the power is turned OFF while recording, data written in the memory card will be destroyed. Be
sure to press the
key to stop the recording, and then turn OFF the power.
6) If the input signal is burnt out, or over/under range is displayed, the recording line is displayed at 0%
or 100% position (at 100% position if the signal is burnt out). Note, however, the line is displayed
at the position equivalent to 0.26V for 0-5V input with the input kept open, and at the position
equivalent to 260mV for 0-500mV input with the input kept open.
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6.3 Display of measured data in bar graphs or analog meters
The measured data can be displayed either in bar graphs or analog meters. The display type can be
selected by referring to Item 8.12.2 “Data display screen selecting procedure-2 (screen setting 2).”
1.
The measured data is displayed in a bar graph.
Scale display
Bar graph display
Measured value
display of each
channel
(instantaneous
value)
2.
The measured data is displayed in analog meters.
Note that the analog meter display is allowed only for the first 4 channels of the group screens
selected for the analog meter by screen setting. For example, if No.1=ch5, No.2-None,
No.3=None, and No.4=ch1 are selected, the analog meter display will be as follows: upper left:
ch5, upper right: ---, lower left: ---, and lower right: ch1. Meter scale only is displayed for the
part ---.
(1) Setting of display ranging from 0 to 100% is displayed in bar graphs.
(2) Display refreshment cycles are fixed to 1 sec.
(3) The recorder displays measured data even when it stops recording.
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6.4 Digital display of measured data
Measured data is displayed in numerical values.
Channel No.
TAG name
Unit
Display of
measured value
Alarm No.
occurred
(1) Measured values of each channel are displayed in digital value.
(2) Display refreshment cycles are fixed to 1 sec.
(3) When an alarm occurs, Alarm No. at the channel is displayed in red.
6.5Totalizing data display
Channel No.
TAG name
Totalized value display
Unit
(1) The value displayed depends on the setting of parameter “totalize reset operation.”
If ON is selected, the totalized value by totalize base time is displayed.
If OFF is selected, the total value from the start of totalizing is displayed.
(2) Display update cycle is fixed to 1 second.
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(3) The value of totalizing data recorded also depends on “totalize reset operation.”
If ON is selected, the totalized value by totalize base time is recorded.
If OFF is selected, the total value from the start of totalizing is displayed.
Example: When flow rate of 100L/h is recorded, the totalized value appears as follows.
Elapsed time
1 hour
2 hours
3 hours
Totalize reset
OFF
ON
100
100
200
100
300
100
(4) Even if the power is turned off during totalize calculation because of power failure, the totalized
value is not reset. On restoration of power, the instrument resumes totalizing beginning from the
data before the power failure.
(Note that if the file used before power failure is lost in the CF card when the power is restored, a
new file is created. The data during power failure is not totalized.
[Example] The data in the CF card used was taken in to the PC, and another CF card was inserted.
(5) While totalize calculation is suspended, totalized data is not displayed. When totalize calculation
is suspended while “External input” is selected as totalizing type, totalized data is not displayed,
either.
(6) Depending on the setting of “totalizing operation,” the instrument can be used not only as a totalizer but also as a timer or a counter.
• When “input value” is selected, normal totalizing function is performed.
• When “counter" is selected, the number of times of DI set to ON during totalizing period or the
number of times of alarm occurrence (ON) is displayed and recorded.
Decimal point does not appear in counter display.
• When “time measurement” is selected, the time when DI is kept ON or alarm is kept ON during
totalizing period is displayed and recorded.
The time is displayed in the unit selected in parameter “totalize base time.”
The value is displayed with the fractional portion discarded.
(7) Totalize start/stop time and the previous totalized value are displayed on the totalizing 4-channel
display screen.
(8) Totalizing is performed until the maximum value 999,999,999 is reached. Totalizing is not performed exceeding that value.
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6.6 Event summary display
Alarm information and message information history can be displayed.
The contents of messages can be displayed as message information.
Page of screen
Message summary
Alarm summary (Alarm ON)
(1) A maximum of 180 events can be displayed on the screen.
(2) Page scrolling can be performed by pressing
or
key.
(3) When events occur, they are displayed on the screen despite in the recording state. If the recorder
is not in the recording state, events are not recorded in the memory card.
(4) Once displayed, the event is kept displayed until the power is turned off (turning off the power
clears the event buffer).
(5) Press the
key to switch between message contents display and message start time display.
The message contents are initially displayed.
(6) How to view the event summary and message summary is as follows:
Example of alarm summary
Occurrence of alarm CH3 – 1H
Setting alarm No.
(1 to 4) and alarm
types (H and L)
Example of message display
Channnel No.
Alarm (ON/OFF)
Example of message summary
Message NO. 03
Message No. that occurred
Note) Message No. means the message
that is defined by selecting “Display
Record Setting” “Message Setting”.
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(7) Turn OFF/ON the power, and event summary is displayed.
Message is changed according to recording status.
1) When power is turned OFF/ON while recording is suspended
(Not recorded in the event file.)
2) When power is turned OFF/ON while recording is in progress
(Recorded in the event file.)
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6.7 Ethernet log display
The use information of FTP, Web, E-mail, and MODBUS TCP/IP functions can be displayed.
(1) Up to 180 communication items can be displayed.
(2) Pages can be turned using horizontal cursor key.
(3) The log appears every time communication is carried out irrespective of the state of recording.
(4) Once displayed, the contents of communication are kept displayed until the power is set to OFF.
(Communication buffer is cleared when the power is set to OFF.)
(5) Details of the display are as follows.
Communication contents display
•
E-mail transmission display (E-mail No. is E-mail trigger No.)
E-mail sent
: “E-mail No.1”
E-mail send error
: “E-mail No.1 NG”
•
FTP communication display
FTP server log in
: “FTP LOGON USER1”
FTP server log off
: “FTP LOGOFF USER1”
•
MODBUS TCP/IP communication display
Communication start
: “MODBUS Start”
Communication stop
: “MODBUS Stop”
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6.8 Historical trend display
Pressing the ▼ key in the real time trend screen displays the screen shown below, which indicates the
history of data currently recorded.
Time at cursor position
Cursor
Measured value at cursor position of
each channnel(Min and Max values)
(1) It allows the data recorded in the memory card to be displayed. The display can be scrolled by
using the cursor expressed in a white dotted line. The cursor can move vertically the (▲ or ▼)
key or horizontally the ( or ) key. Min. value or Max. value at the position of the cursor are
displayed at the lower part of the screen.
(2) Recording start/stop cannot be performed on the screen. To do this, switch the “Historical Trend”
screen to “Real Time Trend” screen. However, this “Historical Trend” screen cannot be shifted to
the “Parameter Set” screen. To shift the “Real Time Trend” screen, be sure to press the
key.
(3) The data that can be displayed on the historical trend screen is the one currently recorded or the
data held immediately before the recording is stopped. The data that was recorded in the past and
whose recording was then stopped must be displayed on the record data display screen, or reproduced on the PC using the data viewer.
The following items are displayed on the historical trend screen based not on the setting of the
past recording but on the currently selected values.
• Trend direction
• Number of screen partition
• Trend scale display
• Color bar display selection
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(4) Press the
key on the historical trend screen, and the following display appears.
Enter the time you want to view on the screen and press the
key, and the data at the selected
time is displayed.
When time before the current time is entered, the specified time appears at the bottom of the
screen.
When time after the current time is entered, the specified time appears at the top of the screen.
If the entered time falls within the range of the time currently displayed, the screen remains the
same.
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6.9 Message that appears when main unit failure occurs
(1) Message that appears when the CF card memory is full
When the CF card memory becomes full, the following message appears on the trend screen, etc.,
and recording is stopped. (Totalize calculation is not stopped.) If the message appears, immediately replace the CF card.
6.10 Cautions about power ON/OFF
(1) Recording state and record file
If the power is turned OFF when the recorder is in the recording, data written in the memory card
may be damaged. Be sure to stop recording by pressing
key, and then turn OFF the power.
In addition, if the power is OFF with the recorder in the recording, the recorder will start recording when the power is turned ON again. In this case, data will be recorded as a new file.
(2) Recording set values
After parameters have been set, register the set values by selecting “Main Unit” → “Register
data”, or they will return to the former values when power is turned OFF.
(3) Clock function
The clock is backed up by an internal lithium battery. The battery life is expected to be about 10
years at normal temperature. Although there is no need to set the clock when the power is turned
ON, an error may occur every time the power is turned ON/OFF (about 1 sec per ON/OFF operation).
(4) Message that appears when the battery is dead
When battery voltage becomes low, the following message appears on the trend screen, etc. If the
message appears, stop recording and totalize calculation, and ask your dealer for repair.
(5) When power is turned OFF because of power failure during recording
When the power is turned ON again, messages “Power OFF” and “Power & Record ON” appear
at the top of the event file and the event display. (See 6.6 “Event summary display.”)
(6) When power is turned OFF during totalize calculation
When the power is turned ON again, the instrument resumes totalizing beginning from the value
before the power was turned OFF.
Data is recorded in the totalizing file using the file before the power is turned OFF. (Note that if
the file used previously is lost, recording is started using a file newly created.)
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OPERATION AND ACTIONS
7.1 Before running the recorder
Check the following points before starting operation.
Loading the memory card
(1) Inserting and removing the memory card·············································· See Item 2.2.
Wiring
(1) Input terminals······················································································· See Item 4.2.
(2) Alarm terminals (option)········································································ See Item 4.2.
(3) Power and ground terminals·································································· See Item 4.2.
Conformity of input connection to recording channel
(1) Channel settings····················································································· See Item 8.4.
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7.2 Power ON and state
(1) Open the panel unit. Turn “ON” the power switch at the upper center of the panel unit.
(2) After power ON, the self-check function starts up.
(3) Insert a memory card, and then check with the memory card load indicator that the card can be
used. (It can be used if the memory card load indicator is kept ON in green or red, and it cannot
be used if it is kept flickering.) If the memory card load indicator is kept flickering in red even if
the CF card is inserted, remove the CF card, check the direction of insertion (see 2.2) and insert
it securely. If the indicator is still flickering, the CF card may not have been formatted, or some
parts may be defective.
Memory card load indicator
Memory card indicator
(4) Measured data are displayed for each channel.
Measured data for
each channel
* TAG. No. or the unit display is also available according to screen configuration setting.
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7.3 Stopping and starting the recording operation
(1) Recording start
1) To start the recording, press the
key. The REC lamp is lighted and measured values are
displayed in waveforms on the data display unit. Also, it starts saving the measured values to the
memory card.
* Recording is performed at the timing described in “Appendix 6 Timing for recording.”
ON
Waveforms of
measured values
Press
2) When the password for stopping and starting the record operation is set, the password setting
screen is displayed as follows. Therefore, make a setting of the password. When the password is
correct, the recording is started.
3) If the CF card is not inserted, the following message appears. Press the
or the
key to
start recording. Press the
key not to start recording.
Note: If recording is carried out with the CF card not inserted, data cannot be recorded.
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(2) Recording stop
1) To stop recording, press the
key. The following message appears. To stop the recording,
press the
key, and press the
key to continue recording.
2) After the stop of the recording, the REC lamp comes off. The trend display on the data display
unit stops. In this case, even if there is some data that are not yet written in the memory card, the
unit writes them in the card until the recording is finished.
OFF
Previously recorded
waveforms
3) When the password for stopping and starting the record operation is set, the password setting
screen is displayed as follows. Therefore, make a setting of the password. When the password is
correct, the recording stop confirmation screen is displayed.
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7.4 Switching data display screens
Data display screens include real time trend screen, bar graph (analog meter) screen, digital screen and
totalizing screen. Every time the
key is pressed, the screen switches to another one. To display
the historical trend screen, press the
key in the real time trend screen.
Press the
or
key in the real time trend screen to switch to each group screen.
* If group screens are switched in high speed, the color on the color bar may not be displayed correctly. Display the screen once again in such cases to restore proper color display.
Refer to Item 8.12.2 for selection of bar graph/analog meter display.
The structure of the data display screen is as follows.
Group 1
Group 2
Group 4
Real time
trend screen
(Refer to
Item 6.2.)
Key operation
guide display
The key operation procedure
on the data display screen is
displayed at the top of the
real time trend screen.
Historical trend screen
(Refer to Item 6.7.)
(Groups cannot be switched
on this screen.)
Bar graph screen
(Refer to Item 6.3.)
and analog meter
screen (Refer to
Item 6.3.)
Digital screen
(Refer to
Item 6.4.)
Totalizing data display screen
(Refer to Item 6.5.)
Event summary screen
(Refer to Item 6.6.)
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Ethernet log display screen
(Refer to Item 6.7.)
7.5 Display of alarm
(1) Alarms that occurred on the Trend Display, Bar Graph and Digital Display
screens:
When an alarm occurs, its content is displayed.
(The display is kept on until the alarm is reset.)
Example of alarm display
Alarm type
Alarm No.
Channel No.
It is indicated that an alarm of alarm No.1
and alarm type H occurs at channel 4.
* If an alarm occurs on the “Digital Display” screen, Alarm No. at left of “Measured value display”
comes on in red.
Alarm No.
* If an alarm occurs against the current input, the alarm contents (and not the past alarm record) are
displayed on the historical screen and the record data display screen of the memory card.
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SETTING AND CHECKING PARAMETERS
8.1 Setting and checking
Follow the description of Item 8.2 “Outline of parameter setting procedure” to enter into each screen, and
then follow the description of Item 8.3 “Basic operation of setting screens” to make parameter setting.
(1) Parameters are factory-set as given in the table on the next page. Turning on power as they are
initiates operation (indication and recording). Change the parameter setting as required.
(2) Display range consists of multi-ranges. Set the range as desired. The input types are the same for
every 2 channels.
(3) Alarms, TAG No. and messages are not set. Set them as needed. An input filter is set at 3 seconds.
(4) Press the
key in the data display screen to display the parameter setting screen. Refer to Item
8.2 for the contents and the operation of the parameter setting screen.
Note: After setting the parameters, click “Main Unit” → “Register data” in order to save the
set information to a flash memory. To refresh parameter set values, press
key. So,
the following message appears, prompting you to select the option. Press the
key
twice. Now, the parameter has been refreshed.
(5) When the password for parameter setting or compact flash operation is set, the following password setting screen may be displayed for displaying each parameter setting screen. Therefore,
make a setting of the password. When the password is correct, the setting screen is displayed.
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(1) Parameters as set by factory (initial values)
Parameter names
Main Unit settings
Display record settings
Channel settings
Input setting
Factory setting contents (initial value)
Input type : K thermocouple
Unit : °C
Input filter : 3 s
Subtraction channel : 0
PV shift : 0
PV Gain : 100%
F value calculation function : OFF
F value calculaReference temperature : 0.0°C
tion setting
Z value : 0.0°C
Decimal point : 1
Reset temperature : 0.0°C
Alarm setting
Alarm No : 1
Alarm type : OFF
DO relay No. : None
Alarm set value : 0.0°C
Display recording Display refresh cycle : 1 sec
mode setting
File division cycle : No division
File overwrite function : OFF
Trend display compression : 1/1
Range setting
Tag (upper) : TAG01 to TAG36
Tag (lower) : Blank
Display color : depends on channel No.
Display range : 0.0 to 1200.0°C
Recording type : Max/Min recording
Calculation setting
Message setting
Recording mode : With Record
Message : Blank
Timing : None
Display setting
Display Name : Display group 1 to 4
Screen structure : No.1-9=ch1-9
Trend direction : Vertical
Display divided to : 10
Trend scale display : OFF
Bar graph/Analog meter selection : Bar
graph
Color bar display selection :
Channel No. display
Background color Trend screen background color : white
setting
Historical screen background color : black
Clock adjustment Current time
LCD OFF time
LCD OFF time : 0 min
(Kept lit at all times.)
Unit define
Blank
DI setting
Function Invalid
Alarm Setting
Record data
format
RS-485 communication setting
Alarm hysteresis : 0.20%
Alarm latch : OFF
Memory FULL alarm : None
Battery alarm : None
Recorded data format : ASCII
Setting range
Skip, K, E, J, T, R, S, B, N, W, L, U, PN
thermocouple, Pt100, JPt100, 50mV, 500mV,
1 to 5V, 0 to 5V range, Other channels
°C, °F, and engineering unit for voltage input
0 to 900 sec (1 sec step)
0 to 30 (0: No subtraction)
Engineering unit
0.00 to 327.67%
OFF, ON
−230.0 to 3276.7°C
−230.0 to 3276.7°C
0 to 4
−230.0 to 3276.7°C
1 to 4
OFF, H, L
None, 1 to 28
Engineering unit
1 sec to 12 hours
No division, 1 hour, 1 day, 1 week, 1 month
OFF, ON
1/1, 1/10, 1/30, 1/60
Up to 8 characters
Up to 8 characters
14 colors
Varies depending on input type.
Max/Min recording, Instantaneous value recording,
Average value recording
With Record/ Display Only
Up to 32 characters
No, DI ON, DI OFF, Alarm ON, Alarm OFF
Up to 16 characters
From ch1 to 30 for each of No.1 to 10
Horizontal, Vertical
1 to 20
OFF, ON
Bar graph, Analog meter
Copy
setting







Remarks
Set the same
input types
for every 2
channels.
Setting is
common to all
channels.









Message
data is only
recorded in
event file.
Channel No., Tag No., Unit
White, black
White, black
0 to 60 min (0 : Kept lit at all times.)
Up to 7 characters × 12
Function Invalid, Recording Start/Stop,
F value calculation reset, Totalize start/stop,
Totalize reset, LCD ON
0.00 to 100.00%
OFF, ON
None, 1 to 28
None, 1 to 28
ASCII, Binary
MODBUS station No. : 1
0 to 255 (0 : No communication)
MODBUS communication speed : 19200bps 19200bps, 9600bps
MODBUS parity : Odd
Front communication function : ON
None, Odd, Even
OFF, ON
* When parameter copy (section 8.8) is selected, the items marked with
Initial value is restored with the items marked with  .
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Be sure to set
it to ON.
are copied.
Ethernet setting
Main Unit settings
Parameter names
Ethernet set- IP address : 192.168.1.1
ting 1
Subnet mask : 255.255.255.0
Default gateway : 0.0.0.0
Ethernet set- FTP server function : OFF
ting 2
FTP access control : OFF
Web server function : OFF
E-mail function : OFF
MODBUS TCP/IP function : OFF
E-mail
SMTP IP address : 0.0.0.0
setting 1
Sender’s mail address : Blank
Sender's name : Blank
E-mail
Receiver’s mail address 1 to 8 : 0.0.0.0
setting 2
E-mail trigger Title : Blank
setting
Triigger timing : None
User account
setting
Totalized setting
Password setting
Math Channel setting
Factory setting contents (initial value)
Daily report
Annual report
External input
Channel setting 1
Channel setting 2
Text 1 : Blank
Text 2 : Blank
PV value affixation : OFF
Receiver’s address No. : None
Mail send test :
User name : Blank
Password : Blank
User Level : Guest
Record start/stop : 0000
Parameter setting : 0000
CF manager : 0000
Totalize cycle : 1 hour
Base date : 1
External input : DI1
Totalize calculation : Input value totalizer
External input : Dl1
Totalize base time : /h
Totalize reset operation : ON
Totalize reset input : None
Totalize TAG : STAG01 to STAG72
Totalize unit : Blank
Totalize lower limit cut value : 0.0°C
Totalize scaling value : 1
Arithmetic operation : No setting
Arithmetic operation setting
Input setting
Unit : °C
Measurement range : 0.0 to 500.0
Engineering value : 0.0 to 500.0
Square rooter : OFF
Logarithmic calculation : OFF
Math setting
Input filter : 3 sec
Subtraction channel : 0
PV shift : 0
PV gain : 100%
F value calculation function : OFF
Copy
setting
Setting range
0 to 255 (each digit)
0 to 255 (each digit)
0 to 255 (each digit)
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
0 to 255 (each digit)
Up to 64 characters
Up to 32 characters
Up to 64 characters
Up to 32 characters
None, DI ON, DI OFF, Alarm ON, Alarm OFF,
Warning, Timer cycle
Up to 32 characters
Up to 32 characters
OFF, ON
1 to 8 (selectable)
Up to 16 characters
Up to 8 characters
Guest, Administrator
0000 to 9999 (no password at 0000)
0000 to 9999 (no password at 0000)
0000 to 9999 (no password at 0000)
10, 20, and 30 min., 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12, and 24 hours
1 to 31
Dl1 to 10, Channel 1 to 30, Alarm No. 1 to 4
Input value totalizer, Counter, Time measurement
Dl1 to 10, Channel 1 to 30, Alarm No. 1 to 4
/s., /min, /h., /day
OFF, ON
None, DI ON, Alarm ON
Up to 8 characters
Can be selected arbitrarily.
Engineering unit
1 to 32767

Engineering unit
−3276.7 to 3276.7
−3276.7 to 3276.7
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
0 to 900 sec (1 sec step)
0 to 30 (0: no subtraction)
Engineering value
0.00 to 327.67
OFF, ON
* When parameter copy (section 8.8) is selected, the items marked with
Initial value is restored with the items marked with  .
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









are copied.
Remarks
Parameter names
Math Channel setting
Alarm setting
Range setting
Factory setting contents (initial value)
Alarm No. : 1
Alarm operation : OFF
DO relay No. : None
Alarm set value : 0
Tag (upper) : TAG37 to TAG72
Tag (lower) : Blank
Display color
Display range : 0.0 to 1200.0°C
Recording type : Max/Min recording
Recording mode : yes
Math timer setting H-P, L-P timer cycle setting : 1
Average value timer cycle setting : 1
Total value timer cycle setting : 1
Constant setting Constant : 0
Setting range
1 to 4
OFF, H, L
None, 1 to 28
Engineering value
Up to 8 characters
Up to 8 characters
14 colors
Engineering value
Max/Min recording, Instantaneous value recording,
Average value recording
With record/ display only
1 to 32767 min
1 to 32767 min
1 to 32767 min
−32767 to 32767
* When parameter copy (section 8.8) is selected, the items marked with
Initial value is restored with the items marked with  .
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are copied.
Copy
setting









Remarks
8.2Outline of parameter setting procedure
Data display screen
Parameter Set screen (Menu screen)
Channel setting
Explanation of key
, , , keys
Pressing these keys allow
you to shift menus one after
another on the “Parameter
Set” screen.
key
Pressing this key allows you
to confirm the menu item on
the “Parameter Set” screen.
Display Record
setting
key
After the setting, pressing
this key when registering
data or canceling data
registration returns to the
Menu screen.
key
Pressing this key in any
screen returns to the Data
Display screen.
Important
*1) “Set Value Save” allows you
to save the information set
on the “Parameter Set”
screen to the flash memory
of the unit. After setting the
contents, be sure to use this
function.
*2) Parameter setting cannot be
changed while recording is in
progress.
*3) It is only used for calibration.
Don’t use it for other
purposes.
*4) Parameter setting cannot be
changed while integration is
in progress.
Main unit setting
*2
Input setting
Input Setting screen
Calcutation setting
Calc. Set screen
Alarm setting
Alarm Set screen
F value calculation
seting
F value calcuration setting screen
Copy
Parameter Copy screen
*2
*4
Display recording
mode setting
Display recording mode
setting screen
*2
Range setting
Range Setting screen
*2
Message setting
Message Setting screen
Screen setting 1
Screen setting 1 screen
Screen setting 2
Screen setting 2 screen
Background color
setting
Background color setting screen
Register data
Register data
LCD OFF time
LCD OFF time setting screen
Unit difine
Unit Difine screen
DI setting
DI Function Setting screen
Alarm setting
Alarm setting screen
Clock setting
Clock setting screen
Record data format
Record data format screen
Communication
setting
Communication setting screen
Ethernet communication setting
Ethernet communication
setting 1
Ethernet communication
setting 1 screen
Ethernet communication
setting 2
Ethernet communication
setting 2 screen
E-mail setting 1
E-mail setting 1 screen
E-mail setting 2
E-mail setting 2 screen
E-mail trigger setting
E-mail trigger setting screen
User account setting
User account setting screen
Password setting
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Password setting screen
*2
*1
*2
*4
Memory card
Totalize function
Math function
System information
Record data display
Record Data Display screen
Memory card
removal
Memory card removal screen
Reading settings
Reading settings screen
Writing settings
Writing settings screen
Daily report
Totalize daily type screen
Monthly report
Totalize monthly type screen
Annual report
Totalize annual type screen
External input
Totalize external type screen
Totalize start/stop
Totalize start/stop screen
Totalizing reset
Totalizing reset screen
Arithmetic operation
setting
Arithmetic operation setting screen *2
Input setting
Input setting screen
Calculation setting
Calculation setting screen
Alarm setting
Alarm setting screen
Range setting
Range setting screen
*2
*2
*2
Math channel copy
Math channel copy screen *4
Math timer setting
Math timer setting screen
Constant setting
Constant setting screen
Version
Version display screen
Calibration
password
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Calibration password screen *3
8.3 Basic operation of setting screens
The basic operation of the setting screens is classified in the following 4 methods. In this case, use the
up and down arrow keys (▲ and ▼) to move setting items.
(1) When selecting contents to set by using the
and
keys
In this case, the contents that blink are changed by these arrow keys ( ,
).
Example: When changing the channel from 1 to 2;
 Press the
key once. 
(2) When selecting contents to set from menu;
In this case, press the
key to display the Menu screen. Select an item from the Menu screen
by using the ▲, ▼, , and keys, and press the
key. So, the blinking contents are changed.
Example: Input type: When changing DC voltage from 5V to 500mV;
key
(3) When setting contents by entering numerical value;
In this case, press the
key to display the “Numeric Value Entry” screen. Use the ▲, ▼, ,
and keys to enter numeric values. The blinking contents are changed by pressing the
key.
Example: When changing the setting range from “1 to 5V” to “0.5 to 5V”;
,
,
keys : To move the cursor
keys : To change numerical value
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(4) When setting the contents by entering characters;
In this case, press the
key to display the “Character Entry” screen. Use the ▲, ▼, , and
keys to enter a character one by one, and press the
key. Characters are entered in the “Character Entry” box. After entry, select “Apply”. The blinking contents are changed by pressing the
key.
Example: When entering GR200 in the group screen name box;
[Reference]
Description of Character Entry screen
Character Entry box
Characters Clear key
Screen page
Screen page feed
Cursor Movement
key across characters
in Character Input box
Characters
One Word Delete
key in Character
Entry box
Character Register
key in Character
Entry box
Note: To make the set characters valid, select the “Apply” key and press the
set characters will not be valid without pressing the
key.
key. The
Note: In case where the character string is filled with blank, delete the blank and then enter
characters. You can't enter characters without deleting the blank.
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8.4 Setting for input types, skip, scaling, units, square
rooter, logarithmic display and unit code table
[Explanation]
For the input types for each channel (resistance bulb, thermocouple, and DC voltage input), unit (°C,
V), and DC voltage input, it is necessary to set scaling, measuring range, engineering unit, square
rooter and logarithmic display.
Note 1: When the “Input type” is set to “Skip”, indication, recording and alarm for the
channel are not carried out.
Note 2: After the change of the “Input type”, wait for a while until the measured value
stabilizes.
Note 3: When the recorder is in recording, the “Input type” cannot be changed.
[Operation]
Select “Channel” → “Input Setting” from the “Parameter Setting” screen, and the “Input Setting”
screen appears.
(1) Select channel No.
(2) Setting of input type
(3) Setting of scaling ON/OFF
(4) Setting of unit
(5) Input of measuring range
(6) Input of engineering unit
(7) Setting of square rooter
(8) Setting of logarithmic display
(1) To select channel No.
Select the channel No. by using the cursor key.
(2) To set input type
Move the cursor to the box next to “Input type” and press the
key, and the following input
type selection screen appears. Select any input signal by using the cursor key and press the
key. If you don’t want to perform “indication”, “recording”, and “alarm” operation, select “Skip”.
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Note: About input type setting
The same input type is basically allocated to 2 channels.
Channels 2, 4, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15, and 17 can only be allocated the input type that is the same as
the one allocated to the channel immediately before them.
The following input types are available
Input type
Details
Thermocouple, 50mV
K, E, J, T, R, S, B, N, W, L, U, and PN thermocouples, 50mV
Resistance bulb
500mV
5V
Other channels
Pt100, JPt100
500mV
1 to 5V, 0 to 5V
Either one of the input channel
If "Other channels" is selected for input type, operation/recording can be
performed for signals connected to other channels without connecting
the wire to 2 positions. (The data for other channels at this time is
the one before operation such as filtering is performed.)
Note, however, that arbitrary input type can be selected only for channels 9 and 18 irrespective
of the type allocated to other channels. For example, if the input type 1 to 5V is selected for
channel 1, the following screen appears as the input type selection screen for channel 2, which
allows only1 to 5V, 0 to 5V, Other channel or Skip to be selected.
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Input type setting example of each channel
Input type
Channel 1
K thermocouple
Channel 2
T thermocouple
Channel 3
1 to 5V
Channel 4
0 to 5V
Channel 5
Pt100
Channel 6
JPt100
Channel 7
500mV
Channel 8
500mV
Input type
Description
Thermocouple, 50mV
The type of thermocouple can be arbitrarily selected
for each channel.
5V
Resistance bulb
The type of resistance bulb can be arbitrarily selected
for each channel.
500mV
Channel 9
J thermocouple
Thermocouple, 50mV
Input type can be arbitrarily selected for channel 9.
Channel 10
K thermocouple
Thermocouple, 50mV
Channel 11
50mV
The input type of the thermocouple and 50mV is the
same.
Channel 12
Skip
5V
Channel 13
1 to 5V
Skip can arbitrarily selected irrespective of the input
type.
Channel 14
Pt100
Channel 15
Skip
Channel 16
Skip
Channel 17
500mV
Channel 18
50mV
Resistance bulb
500mV
Thermocouple, 50mV
Input type can be arbitrarily selected for channel 18.
(3) To set scaling
With DC voltage input, set Scaling “ON” “OFF” with the cursor key.
Note: When the scaling is set to “ON,” the display range is initialized. For details, refer to
Item 8.10 “Setting for TAG. No., display range, and record mode”.
(4) Setting units
Units can only be set when the scaling is set to “ON”.
Move the cursor key to any of units and press the
. The “Unit Select” Menu screen (see the
following figure: when input type is voltage input) appears. Select any unit on the screen by using
the cursor key, and then press the
key.
Note: If “Other channels” is selected for input type, engineering value/measurement range
is kept constant irrespective of the type of the channel to be referenced. Be careful
when performing scaling.
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Unit code
Temperature
· humidity
Flow rate
Pressure
Level·
Height
Capacity ·
Weight · Area
°C
t/d
t/h
t/min
t/s
mbar
mPa
mm
ml
mm2
°F
kg/d
kg/h
kg/min
kg/s
bar
Pa
cm
l
cm2
m
%RH
g/d
g/h
g/min
g/s
N/mm2
kPa
vol%
m3/d
m3/h
m3/min
m3/s
N/m2
MPa
l/d
l/h
l/min
l/s
Density
g/cm3
Power ·
Velocity · Acceleration
Energy
Analysis
g/l
ppm
ppmNOx
%CO2
kl
m2
mm3
g
cm3
kg
m3
t
Time
mN
mm/s
rps
µs
Electromagnetism
mV
kg/cm3
kg/l
ppmNH3
ppb
%He
N
mm/min
rpm
ms
V
g/m3
g/ml
ppmSO2
pH
%Ar
N·m
mm/h
rph
s
kV
ppmH2S
mol
%O2
J
m/s
m/s2
min
µA
ppmCO
%
%NaCl
kJ
m/min
rad/s
h
mA
ppmO2
%H2
%CO
m/h
km/h
kg/m3
Electromagnetism
Heat · Light Radiation
Other
Customer-made
(Note 2)
Hz
Var
mH
lx
Sv/h
Pa · s
(Unit 1)
(Unit 7)
dB
kVar
H
cd
mSv/h
mPa · s
(Unit 2)
(Unit 8)
W
µS/cm
m ohm
lm
nGy/h
(Unit 3)
(Unit 9)
kW
F
ohm
cd/m2
µGy/h
(Unit 4)
(Unit 10)
VA
F
k ohm
m
(Unit 5)
(Unit 11)
kVA
C
M ohm
(Unit 6)
(Unit 12)
Note 1: Blank consists of some spaces
Note 2: Units can be made by the customer (See 8.16).
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(5) Entering the measuring range
The measuring range can be set only when the scaling is set to ON. To display the “Measuring Range Set” screen, move the cursor to “Measuring Range” and press the
key. Enter the
measuring range by using the cursor key and press the
key for confirmation. MIN means low
limit, while MAX means high limit.
(6) Entering the engineering unit
The engineering unit can be set only when the scaling is set to ON. To display the “Engineering
Unit Setting” screen, move the cursor to “Engineering Unit” and press the
key. Set “Decimal
Point Position” by using the cursor key and press the
key for confirmation, and then enter
“Engineering Unit” according to the “Setting Range”. (MIN: low limit, MAX: high limit)
• Decimal point is settable arbitrarily.
• Engineering unit should be within
the range from –32767 to 32767.
(7) Entering square rooter (rooter)
Square rooter “ON” and “OFF” can be set using the cursor key in the case of DC voltage input.
Description of square rooter
The measuring range is set to 0 to 100%, and square rooter is performed against the input value
converted to percentage value.
If the input value converted to percentage is minus, the result of square rooter should be 0%.
The data after the square rooter (0 to 100%) is converted to industrial value with the obtained data
regarded as 0 to 100% of the engineering unit.
Example: In the case of the following input setting, the readings for the input values are as follows.
Reading
Input type: 1 to 5V
Measuring range:1 to 5V
When input is 1V (0%)
(1000-0)
0 = 0 (t/h)
Industrial value: 0 to 1000 (t/h)
When input is 3V (50%)
(1000-0)
0.5 = 707 (t/h)
When input is 5V (100%)
(1000-0)
1 = 1000 (t/h)
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(8) Entering logarithmic display
Logarithmic display can be set only when the scaling is set to ON.
Select logarithmic display “ON”, “OFF” by the cursor key.
(Note)
When the logarithmic calculation is set to ON, the operation is carried out as follows.
• Only exponent part can be set for engineering value and display range. The setting range is -9
to 9 (10-9 to 109).
• Subtraction, F value calculation and measurement value cannot be totalized.
• PV shift value is set by the voltage value.
• Record data is recorded by the voltage value.
Description of logarithmic calculation
The measurement voltage can be displayed in exponential form in the range of 1.00E-9 to 1.00E+9.
Only exponent part can be set for engineering value and display range.
Example) In the case of the following setting, the indication values for the input values are as follows.
Input types: 1 - 5V
Measurement range: 1 to 5V
Engineering value: 1 to 5 (means 1.00E+1 to 1.00E+5).
Indication value
When input value is 1V
1.00E+1
When input value is 3V
1.00E+3
When input value is 5V
1.00E+5
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8.5 Setting for input filter (time constant), PV shift, and
subtraction
[Explanation]
Set input filter (time constant), PV shift, and PV gain for each channel.
Select the channel to which subtraction and F value calculation is to be performed.
[PV shift function]
• Measured values can be calculated, recorded, and displayed with the PV shift constant.
• PV shift calculation can be achieved with the gain and shift values.
Conversion graphs relating to shift calculation and gain calculation are shown below.
• Shift calculation
Shift setting = 10
Measured
values after
PV calculation
Shift setting of 0
Measured values
• Gain calculation
Gain setting = 110%
Measured
values after
PV calculation
Gain setting of 100%
Measured values
• PV shift is calculated as follows;
P’ = AP + B
Where,
P’: Measured value after calculation of PV shift
P : Measured value
A : Gain (0.00 to 327.67%)
B : Shift values (engineering unit: -32767 to 32767, decimal point depends on input
type)
* The measured value after PV shift calculation is limited so that it falls within the settable display range by input type set for each channel. The judgment of input error (such as Burnout,
Error, and Over) is performed against the input and not for the result of shift or gain calculation.
• If input type is changed or the scaling function is turned ON/OFF, the PV shift set value for the
channel is cleared. (If the scaling function is turned ON/OFF by the setting copying function, the PV
shift set value for the channel is not cleared.)
• The Copy function allows you to copy set values, but it is not provided with a means of making copy
of PV shift set values.
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[Subtraction function]
• The result of subtraction of the values for 2 channels is recorded to the channel to be set.
Example: When the result of ch1-ch2 is recorded to ch1
ch1=ch1-ch2
• Be sure to perform subtraction between the channels having the same unit and decimal point position. Otherwise the record cannot be guaranteed.
• Subtraction is not performed for ch0.
• Limit is not set to the result of subtraction.
[F value calculation function]
From the measured temperature, the extinction value of bacteria by sterilization by heating can be
calculated.
F value calculation formula
10
F value =
(T – T0)
Z
60
T: Measured temperature
T0: Reference temperature
Z: Z value
• F value calculation is performed by the second.
• The measured temperature of the channel for which F value calculation is performed cannot be recorded.
• The unit field of the channel for which F value calculation is to be performed is kept blank, and the
decimal place is set to the one designated in F value calculation setting screen that is common to all
channels.
• The constants to be used for F value calculation (reference temperature, Z value, and decimal point
position) are common to all channels.
• F value calculation can be reset manually or by DI.
• If input is abnormal, an error (such as Over, Under, Burnout, Error) is displayed, but 0 is recorded.
• F value calculation can be performed only with a decimal temperature value expressed to the tenth
decimal place.
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[Operation]
Select “Channel” → “Calculation” from the Parameter Set screen, so the “Calc. Setting” screen appears.
(1) Select channel No.
(2) Setting of Input filter
(3) Setting of subtraction channel
(4) Setting of PV shift value
(5) Setting of PV inclination
(6) Measured value
(7) Setting of F value calculation
function
(1) To select channel No.
Select the channel No. by using the cursor key.
(2) To set input filter (primary delay filter)
Move the cursor to “Input Filter” and select numerical values by the cursor key.
Input filter range: 0 to 900 sec (step of 1 sec)
(3) To select subtraction channel
Move the cursor to the box next to “Subtraction function channel” and select the channel No. for
which subtraction is to be performed using the cursor.
(4) To set PV shift value
Move the cursor to “PV Shift” and press the
shown below.
Enter PV shift value by using the cursor key and
key. So, the “PV Shift” screen appears as
key.
(5) To set PV gain
Move the cursor to “PV Gain” and press the
below.
Enter PV inclination by using the cursor key and
key. So the “PV Gain” screen appears as shown
key.
(6) Measured value
The measured value will vary with a change in the set value such as PV shift set value and PV
gain set value.
(7) F value calculation function
Select F value calculation “ON” or “OFF” using the cursor.
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8.6 Alarm setting
[Explanation]
• Channel
: Set the channel No. for the alarm
• Set alarm No. : Up to 4 alarms can be set for a single channel.
• Alarm type
: Set in both “H” and “L” (for a single alarm)
When it is set to “OFF”, an alarm type stops.
• DO relay No.
: Set the optional alarm unit relay number (1 to 28, No output for “Without”)
• Alarm set value : Set in terms of engineering unit (alarm for absolute value)
[Operation]
Select “Channel” → “Alarm Setting” from the “Parameter Setting” screen, and the “Alarm Set” screen
appears.
(1) Select channel No.
(2) Setting of alarm No.
(3) Setting of alarm type
(4) Setting of alarm unit relay No.
(5) Setting of alarm set value
(1) To select channel No.
Select the “Channel No.” by using the cursor key.
(2) To set alarm No.
Select “Alarm No.” by the cursor key.
(3) To set alarm type
Select Yes/No from the Alarm type (H and L) by the cursor key.
(4) To set alarm unit relay No.
Select the alarm unit relay number using the cursor key. (Option)
(5) To set alarm set value
Move the cursor to “Alarm set value” and press the
key. So, the “Alarm Set” screen appears
as shown below.
Enter Alarm set value by the cursor key and then press the
key for confirmation.
Note: • With logarithmic display setting ON, alarm set value may be different from the value
set in the alarm setting screen.
• With logarithmic display setting ON, alarm set value changes if the measurement range
setting and the engineering value setting are changed.
• If a relay is not provided, the alarm is displayed in the event summary, but relay output
is not produced.
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8.7 Setting for F value calculation (Setting common to all
channels)
[Explanation]
• Select the calculation constants to be used for F value calculation (Extinction value calculation of
bacteria by sterilization by heating) that are common to all channels.
F value calculation constants: Reference temperature, Z value, Decimal point position
• F value calculation can be manually reset.
[Operation]
Select “Channel” and then “F value setting” on the “Parameter Setting” screen to display the F value
calculation setting screen shown below.
(1) Setting of reference temperature
(2) Setting of Z value
(3) Setting of decimal place
(4) Setting of reset temperature
(5) Setting of manual reset request
(1) To set target temperature
Move the cursor to the box next to “Target temperature” and press the
key, and the following
target temperature setting screen appears. Enter the target temperature using the cursor and the
key.
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(2) To set Z value
Move the cursor to the box next to “Z value” and press the
key, and the following Z value
setting screen appears. Enter Z value using the cursor and the
key.
(3) To set decimal point position
Move the cursor to the box next to “Decimal point position” and enter decimal point position using the cursor.
(4) To set reset temperature
If input temperature is lower than the set temperature, F value operation is not performed.
Move the cursor to reset temperature and press the
key, and the reset temperature setting
screen (below) appears
Enter reset temperature using the cursor key and the
key.
(5) Manual reset request
To reset the F value manually, move the cursor to the box next to “Manual reset” and press the
key.
Note: If F value calculation is performed, F value for the ch is displayed.
Simultaneous display and recording of F value and temperature is performed as follows.
(Example)
GR200
Sterilizing temperature
ch
Input type
ch1
K thermocouple
ch2
ch1
Calculation
Display/recording
Temperature is displayed and recorded.
Other channel input (ch1) F value calculation
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F value is displayed and recorded.
8.8 Parameter copy
[Explanation]
This screen allows you to copy parameters at one channel to other channels.
The set data that can be copied includes input type, input filter, scaling, display range, unit, TAG No.,
alarm set value, and subtraction channel.
[Operation]
Select “Channel” → “Copy” from the “Parameter Set” screen, and the “Parameter Copy” screen appears.
Copy screen for the number of input points of 9
(1) Channel No. to copy from
(2) Channel No. to paste to
(3) Copy start button
Copy screen for the number of input points of 18
(1) Channel No. to copy from
(2) Channel No. to paste to
(3) Copy start button
(1) Channel No. to copy from
Select “Channel copy from” using the cursor key.
(2) Channel No. to paste to
Select “Channel to paste” using the cursor key and the
all channels.)
key. (Select “All channels” to paste to
(3) Copy start button
Press the
key, and the “Guidance” screen appears as shown in the next page.
Press the
key to copy, and select the
key to cancel.
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Guidance screen for the number of input points of 9
Guidance screen for the number of input points of 18
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8.9 Setting for display refreshment cycles
[Explanation]
This screen allows you to set trend refreshment cycles, and recording file division cycle.
[Operation]
Select “Display Record” → “Disp. Cycle” from the “Parameter Set” screen, and the “Display Refreshment Cycle Setting” screen appears.
(1) Setting of refreshment
cycle
(2) Setting of file division
cycle
(3) Setting of file overwrite
function
(4) Setting of trend display
compression
(1) To set “Display refreshment cycle”
Select the cycle time (1 sec, 2 sec, 3 sec, 5 sec, 10 sec, 20 sec, 30 sec, 1 min, 2 min, 3 min, 5 min,
10 min, 20 min, 30 min, 1 h, 2 h, 3 h, 4 h, 6 h, 12 h) by the cursor key.
Relationship between “Refreshment Cycle” and “Chart Speed” (on screen) is given below.
Refresh cycle
1 sec
2 sec
3 sec
5 sec
10 sec
Chart speed (as converted) 1296mm/h 648mm/h 432mm/h 260mm/h 130mm/h
Refresh cycle
Chart speed (as converted)
Refresh cycle
20 sec
30 sec
65mm/h
43mm/h
1 min
2 min
3 min
5 min
10 min
20 min
30 min
22mm/h
11mm/h
7.2mm/h
4.3mm/h
2.2mm/h
1.1mm/h
0.7mm/h
1 hour
2 hours
3 hours
4 hours
6 hours
12 hours
Chart speed (as converted) 0.36mm/h 0.18mm/h 0.12mm/h 0.09mm/h 0.06mm/h 0.03mm/h
When the initial refreshment cycle will start at 00: 00: 00 when the refreshment continues after the
start of the recording
(Example)
When refreshment cycles are set to 1 min, the next cycle begins at m hour: n minute: 0 sec.
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(2) To set “File division cycle”
Move the cursor to “File division cycle” and then press the
cycle setting screen.
key to display the File division
If “No division” is selected, the recorded file is not divided automatically.
If “1 hour,” “1 day” or “1 week” is selected, the archived file is divided hourly, daily or weekly
from the start of recording.
If “1 month” is selected, the recorded file is divided at 0:00 on the first day of every month.
Note 1) If the “File division cycle” setting is shorter than the “Display refreshment cycle”
setting, the recorded file without data is created.
Note 2)
If “1 hour,” “1 day” or “1 week” is selected as the file division cycle, the
number of data of the first file is one larger than that of the second and the subsequent files.
Note 3)
When file divide function is used, it is impossible to display the previous
recorded file which is divided on the historical trend screen. The divided previous
recorded file can be displayed on the record data display screen.
(3) To set File overwrite function
Select ON/OFF of File overwrite function with the cursor key.
If “ON” is selected, the oldest data is deleted and the newest data is adopted when the compact
flash becomes full during recording. File overwrite function is operated as follows.
• If the free space of the compact flash reduces to 1M byte or less, the oldest data is deleted.
• The maximum number of recording files that can be saved in the compact flash is 1350. If the
number of files is more than 1350, the oldest data is deleted regardless of the free space of compact flash.
• If the possible capacity of compact flash (including deletable recording file) is less than 10MB,
File overwrite function does not operate.
(Note)
When the division function is not operated or when there is only 1 file in the compact flash
which becomes full, file overwrite function is suspended even if the division function is operated.
(4) To set Trend display compression
Select compression rate of the trend display (1/1, 1/10, 1/30, 1/60) with the cursor. For example,
when refresh cycle is set to 1 sec, trend display is updated as follows.
Compression rate 1/1
Display time
1 sec
1/10
10 sec
1/30
30 sec
1/60
60 sec
(Note)
• Historical display screen cannot be compressed.
• The compression rate cannot be changed during recording.
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8.10 Setting for TAG. No., display range, and record mode
[Explanation]
This “Range Setting” screen allows you to set “TAG”, “Display Range”, and “Recording Mode” for
each channel.
• TAG
: Set TAG (TAG name) using alphanumeric characters consisting of up to 8 digits.
Up to 8 characters (half-size) can be entered. Note, however, that on some screens
such as trend screen, only 7 characters can be displayed.
• Display color
: Set the color to be displayed.
• Display Range : Set the “Display Range” (engineering unit).
It means scales of 0% and 100% within the display range.
When using DC voltage input scaling set, set the display range after setting the scaling. When setting the scaling, the decimal point of the display range is the same as
decimal position set in terms of engineering unit.
• Recording Mode : Set either display and record or display.
[Operation]
Select “Disp.Rec.” → “Range Setting” from the Parameter Set screen. So, the “Range Setting” screen
is displayed.
(1) Setting of channel No.
(2) Setting of TAG
Setting of TAG (Can be used in 4ch display.)
(3) Setting of display color
(4) Setting of display range
(5) Record type
(6) Setting of recording operation
(1) To select Channel No.
Select channel No. by using the cursor key.
(2) TAG. 1 setting
Move the cursor to “TAG” and press the
key. So, the “TAG Setting” screen appears as
shown below. Enter the TAG name by the cursor key and press the
key for confirmation.
After entry of the TAG name, press the “Apply”, and then press the
key.
On 4ch display screen, TAG can be displayed in 2 stages. The second stage TAG is provided for
that purpose.
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(3) To set display color
Move the cursor to the box next to the display color and press the
key, and the following
color selection window appears. Select the display color using the cursor and the
key.
(4) To set “Display Range”
Move the cursor to “Display Range” and press the
key. So, the “Range Set” screen appears
as shown below. Enter “Range” by the cursor key, and press the
key for confirmation.
For the setting range, refer to Table 1, “Display Range Set Range”.
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Table 1 Display Range Set Range
Type
Input range
Display range set range
Thermocouple
B
R
S
K
E
J
T
N
W
L
U
PN
400 to 1760°C
0 to 1760°C
0 to 1760°C
–200 to 1370°C
–200 to 800°C
–200 to 1100°C
–200 to 400°C
0 to 1300°C
0 to 1760°C
–200 to 900°C
–200 to 400°C
0 to 1300°C
370.0 to 1790.0°C
– 30.0 to 1790.0°C
– 30.0 to 1790.0°C
–230.0 to 1400.0°C
–230.0 to 830.0°C
–230.0 to 1130.0°C
–230.0 to 430.0°C
– 30.0 to 1330.0°C
– 30.0 to 1790.0°C
–230.0 to 930.0°C
–230.0 to 430.0°C
– 30.0 to 1330.0°C
Resistance
bulb
JPt100
Pt100
–200 to 600°C
–200 to 600°C
–230.0 to 630.0°C
–230.0 to 630.0°C
0 to + 50mV
0 to +500mV
+ 1 to + 5V
0 to + 5V
DC voltage
–
–
+
–
10.00 to +
10.0 to +
0.500 to +
0.100 to +
55.00mV
550.0mV
5.500V
5.500V
(5) Type of recording
Type of recording can be selected from the following three.
• Max/Min recording:
The maximum and the minimum values in recording cycle are recorded. For example, assume
that the input is changed as shown below when recording cycle is set to 1 minute (recording is
made in 1 minute cycle). The recorded values at this time appear as follows.
Example:
Input value
15:12:01
15:12:14
15:12:15
15:12:16
15:12:17
15:12:47
15:12:48
15:12:51
15:12:52
15:13:00
150.2
(No change)
150.2
135.3 (Sudden temperature change)
135.3
150.2 (Reset)
(No change)
150.2
152.4 (Temperature change)
(No change)
152.4
150.2 (Reset)
150.2
Recorded here
Record data
CH01MIN CH01MAX
2004/7/7
15:13
135.3
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152.4
• Instantaneous value recording:
The instantaneous value in recording cycle is recorded.
Compared with Max/Min recording, longer recording time in CF card is allowed because the
data recorded in recording cycle is reduced from 2 to 1.
Recording is made as follows in the above example.
CH02PV
2004/7/7 15:13
150.2
• Average value recording:
The average value in recording cycle is recorded.
Compared with Max/Min recording, longer recording time in CF card is allowed because the
data recorded in recording cycle is reduced from 2 to 1.
Recording is made as follows in the above example.
CH03AVG
2004/7/7 15:13
144.8
(6) Setting “Record mode”
Select either “With Record” or “Display Only” by the cursor.
When setting “Display Only”, trend display on the Trend screen and history display on the Historical screen are not carried out. Further, nothing is recorded except for display of measured values.
CAUTION
Recording at input error
If the input signal is “Burnout,” “Error,” “Over” or “Under,” recording is made as
follows.
Recording type
Burnout
Error
Over
Under
Max/Min value recording
-32768
-32768
32767
-32767
Instantaneous value recording
-32768
-32768
32767
-32767
0
0
0
0
Average value recording
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8.11 Setting for messages
[Explanation]
• When various events occur, messages can be displayed.
• Up to 10 messages of 32 characters each can be registered.
• The message can be set with alphanumeric characters.
• Message timing to be displayed can be set at “ON/OFF of Alarm”, and ON/OFF of DI input.
• Message data can be recorded only in an event file of the memory card.
•You can add the time and the measured data of the channels to the messages by performing the setting of the following special comments for the messages.
(1) “@Y”: replaced with the year (3 words) when the message is created. Example: ‘08
(2) “@D”: replaced with the month and day (5 words) when the message is created. Example: 06/09
(3) “@T”: replaced with the time (5 words) when the message is created. Example: 12:00
(4) “@C01” to “@C30”: replaced with the measured data of the specified channel (7 words) when
the message is created. Enter the desired channel number after “C.” Example: – 0.005
The following is an example of message recorded by the comment settings mentioned above.
Example: Message setting : @[email protected][email protected][email protected]___mV
Created message: ‘08_06/08_12:00_CH1__ – 0.005_mV
[Operation]
Select “Disp.Rec.” → “Message Setting” from the “Parameter Setting” screen. So, the “Message Setting” screen appears.
(1) Select Message No.
(2) Message setting
(3) Setting of message
display timing
(1) To select Message No.
Select “Message No.” by the cursor key.
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(2) To set messages
Move the cursor to “Message” and press the
key. So, the Message screen appears as shown
below. Enter message by the cursor and press the
key for confirmation.
After entry of the message, press “Apply” to register the message, and then the
key.
(3) To set the message display timing
Move the cursor to “Timing” and press the
appears as shown below.
key. So, the “Message Timing Selection” screen
For “Alarm OFF” and “Alarm ON”, refer to Item 8.6.
Select any item by the cursor key and press the
key. After selection, the “Message Timing”
screen appears as shown below. Set the “Channel” and “Alarm No.” by the cursor key. After setting them, press the
key for confirmation.
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8.12 Setting for data display screen
Four combinations of the input channels you want to display (called screen structure or group screen)
can be set on the data display screen.
8.12.1 Screen setting 1
[Explanation]
Screen setting 1
• Set the name of group screen using alphanumerical characters. Up to 16 characters can be entered.
• Set the screen structure (group screen) on the data display screen.
[Operation]
Select “Disp.Rec.” and then “Disp. setting 1” on the parameter setting screen to display the setting
screen.
(1) Select group screen No.
(2) Select group name.
(3) Select group structure.
(1) To select group screen No.
Select the group screen No. you want to make setting change using the cursor key.
(2) To set group name
Move the cursor to “Group name” and press the
key, and the following character entering
screen appears. Enter the screen name using the cursor and the
key.
When the name is entered, press the
key in “Apply” position to register the screen name.
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(3) To set group structure
Move the cursor to the channel No. you want to make setting change on the screen structure
screen and press the
key, and the following channel setting screen appears.
Note: The following figure is a channel setting screen for the number of inputs of 18.
Select channel No. using the cursor and the
key.
Selecting “None” does not make recording at that position on the data display screen.
The following is the relation between the No. of the screen structure and the data display screen.
No.1
No.2
No.3
No.4
No.5
No.6
No.7
No.8
No.9
No.10
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8.12.2 Screen setting 2
[Explanation]
Screen setting 2
• Set the direction (vertical or horizontal) of the trend screen (real time trend screen or historical trend
screen).
• Set the number of screen split.
• Set the display/non-display of the scales on the trend screen.
• Select either Bar graph or analog meter display as a display method of the measured value.
• Select one from TAG No. display, unit display, and channel No. display.
[Operation]
Select “Disp.Rec.” and then “Disp. setting 2” on the parameter setting screen to display the setting
screen.
(1) Setting of group screen No.
(2) Setting of trend direction
(3) Setting number of screen split
(4) Setting of trend screen scale display
(5) Setting of graph display
(6) Setting of color bar display
(1) To set group screen No.
Select the group screen No. for which you want to make setting change using the cursor.
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(2) To set trend direction
Select either “vertivcal” or “horizontal” for trend display direction using the cursor key.
(3) To set the number of screen split
Move the cursor to the item of number of screen split, and select using the or the key. Setting the scale display of the trend to ON allows the screen to be split according to the scale irrespective of the screen split setting.
(4) To set trend screen scale display
Move the cursor to the item of trend scale display, and select “OFF” or “ON.” The scale of the
displayed ch can be arbitrarily changed using the
key.
Note: If the input type is changed with a chart remaining on the trend data screen, correct display
cannot be obtained.
(5) To set graph display
Select either “Bar graph” or “Analog meter” for graph display using the cursor key.
* Analog meters are displayed only for four channels from No.1 to No.4 in the screen structure.
(6) To select color bar display
Select one from “Channel No. display,” “TAG No. display,” and “Unit display” using the cursor
key.
* Seven characters only can be displayed as TAG No. on the color bar.
In the case of 4 channel display
The following 2 types are displayed out of Channel No., TAG 1, TAG 2, and Unit according to
the color bar display selection setting.
Color bar display selection
Color bar display selection
Channel No. display
Channel No.
TAG 1
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TAG No. display
TAG 1
TAG 2
Unit display
TAG 1
Unit
8.13 Background color setting for the real time trend
screen and historical trend screen
[Description]
Set background color for the real time trend screen and the historical trend screen.
[Operation]
Select “Display Record” → “Background color” from the “Parameter Set” screen, and the “Background color” of the trend screen appears.
(1) Background color setting for
real time trend screen
(2) Background color setting for
historical trend screen
(1) Background color setting for real time trend screen
Select background color for the real time trend screen with the cursor.
“White” or “Black” can be selected.
(2) Background color setting for historical trend screen
Select background color for the historical trend screen with the cursor.
“White” or “Black” can be selected.
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8.14 Registering method of set values (saving to flash
memory)
[Explanation]
To return the set values such as “Channel” and “Disp.Rec.” to the original ones when the power is
turned ON, the set value can be saved to the internal memory of the recorder.
[Operation]
Select “Main Unit” → “Register data” from the “Parameter Setting” screen. So, the “Register data”
screen appears.
To save set values to the internal memory, press the
key.
When pressing the
key, the currently displayed screen returns to the “Parameter Setting” screen
without saving the set values. To return to the “Parameter Setting” screen after the set value has been
saved, press the
key.
Note 1: When the parameter memory lamp blinks in red, it indicates that set parameters
are not registered to the flash memory. Click “Register data” from the “Main
Unit”.
Note 2: After parameters have been set, be sure to register the set value by selecting “Main
Unit” → “Register data”. Otherwise, the set values returns to original values when
turning OFF power.
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8.15 Setting for LCD OFF time
[Explanation]
Move the cursor to LCD OFF time, and set LCD OFF time using the key (setting range: 0 to 60 min.)
If key operation is not performed, the backlight of the LCD (screen) goes off automatically.
If key operation is performed while the backlight is kept off, it comes on. The backlight can also be
turned on by DI setting.
If 0 min. is selected for OFF time, the light is kept ON.
[Operation]
Select “Main Unit” → “LCD OFF time” on the parameter setting screen, and the LCD OFF time
screen appears.
(1) Setting of LCD OFF time
(1) To set LCD OFF time
Change the setting using the cursor key on both sides. Then press the
screen appears again.
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key, and the trend
8.16Unit define
[Explanation]
The “Unit Define” screen allows you to make units with up to 7 alphanumeric characters. Up to 12
types of units can be registered. The unit can be verified by the unit selection given in Item 8.4.
[Operation]
Select “Main Unit” → “Unit Define” from the “Parameter Setting” screen. So, the “Original Unit
Definition” screen appears.
Move the cursor to the unit box that remains blank by the cursor key. By pressing the
“Unit Naming” screen appears.
Enter a unit by the cursor key and then press the
key, the
key for confirmation.
After entry of the unit, select the “Apply” to register the unit code, and press the
.
Note: Blank is counted as a character. If the space for all the 7 characters is blank, further setting cannot be made.
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8.17 Setting for DI (external control unit) function
[Explanation]
Up to 10 DI points can be optionally selected. The following operation can be performed with every
DI.
(1) Start/stop of record
Using DI, start/stop of the record can be switched.
• The record can also be started/stopped from the keypad on the front face.
• Start/stop switching function of the record is judged according to rise/fall edge of DI.
OFF → ON (Rise): Recording start (No change if the recording is made from the start.)
ON → OFF (Fall): Recording stop (No change if the recording is stopped from the start.)
(2) F value calculation reset
F value calculation can be reset using DI.
• F value calculation reset is judged based on Rise/Fall edge of DI.
OFF → ON (Rise): F value calculation is reset.
ON → OFF (Fall): No change
(3) Start/Stop of totalizing
Totalizing can be started/stopped using DI.
• Start/stop switching function of totalizing is judged according to rise/fall edge of DI.
OFF → ON (Rise): Starts totalizing.
ON → OFF (Fall): Stops totalizing.
(4) Totalize reset
Totalized value can be reset using DI.
• Determine whether totalizing should be reset based on DI rise/fall edge.
OFF → ON (Rise): Reset totalizing.
ON → OFF (Fall): No change
(5) Screen ON
The screen (backlight) can be turned ON using DI.
(This function is valid only when the screen (backlight) is kept OFF by screen OFF function.)
The operation is carried out as follows.
DI
Status
OFF
ON
Screen OFF
Screen OFF
Screen ON
No change
ON
ON
OFF
No change
No change
(6) Message set
Message can be set using DI.
• In distinct from the function described in (1) to (5) above, message set can be set on the message setting screen.
• Message set function also works if the functions described in (1) to (5) shown above are allocated to DI. (Both the function allocated to DI and the message set function are operated.)
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[Operation]
Select “Main unit” then “DI setting” on the parameter setting screen to display the DI function setting
screen.
Move the cursor to DI No. to which DI function is to be set.
Select one from “Function Invalid,” “Record start/stop switching,” “F value calculation reset,"
“Totalize start/stop switching,” “Totalize reset,” and “Screen ON” using the cursor key.
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8.18 Alarm setting (whole, memory FULL, battery)
[Explanation]
• Alarm hysteresis width can be set at the low limit and high limit of an alarm (settable within the
display range of 0 to 100%).
• Alarm latch function can be performed with ON/OFF. Even if an alarm starts or is cancelled, alarm
display and output are held).
[Operation]
Select “Main Unit” → “Alarm setting” on the parameter setting screen, and the alarm setting screen
appears.
(1) Setting of alarm output hysteresis
width
(2) Setting of alarm latch function
(3) Memory FULL alarm
(4) Battery alarm
(1) To set the alarm output hysteresis width
Move the cursor to “Alarm Hysteresis” and press the
key. The “Alarm Hysteresis” screen
appears (as shown below). Enter hysteresis width (0 to 100%) by the cursor key and then press
the
key for confirmation. It is applicable to all types of alarms. The numeric value is expressed as a percentage of the display range for each channel.
(2) To set alarm latch
The alarm function is protected by setting the alarm latch even after the cause of the alarm has
been removed. To cancel the alarm latch, select it to OFF.
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(3) Memory FULL alarm
Move the cursor to Memory FULL alarm, and make the setting using the key.
If the free space of the memory reduces to about 10%, the alarm is output to outside. Select the
destination of the alarm output. (If the alarm is output to outside with 90% free space, it is not
recorded in the event summary.)
(External output is optional. DO1 to DO10 are relay contact output, DO11 to DO28 are open collector (transistor) output.)
If None is selected, the alarm is not output.
If the memory becomes full, a display appears indicating the situation, irrespective of the setting
of the item.
If the memory is replaced, external output is set to OFF, but the display on the screen does not
disappear.
Press the
or the
key after replacement to make the display disappear.
(4) Battery alarm
Move the cursor to Battery Alarm, and make the setting using the key.
When the voltage of backup battery becomes low, the alarm is output to outside. Select the destination of the alarm output.
(External output is optional. DO1 to DO10 are relay contact output, DO11 to DO28 are open collector (transistor) output.)
If None is selected, the alarm is not output.
If the battery voltage becomes low, a display appears indicating the situation, irrespective of the
setting of the item.
If the battery is dead, the clock setting or the data being totalized may be cleared when the power
is turned OFF during totalize calculation. Replace the battery before it is dead.
Contact us or your nearest dealer for replacement.
(The period from the time when the battery alarm is issued to the time when the backup is made
completely invalid cannot be guaranteed because of the characteristics of batteries. Therefore, if
the alarm is issued, immediately upload the settings using parameter loader software attached to
the main unit to store them on the PC. Otherwise the set data may be lost.)
Note: Alarm latch cannot be selected for memory FULL alarm and battery alarm.
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8.19 Adjustment method of clock
[Explanation]
This screen allows you to adjust the time (year, month, day, hour, and minute) according to the time
signal. After adjusting the time, press the
key.
[Operation]
Select “Main Unit” → “Clock Adj.” from the “Parameter Setting” screen. So, the “Clock Adjustment”
screen appears.
Setting of year (2001 to 2099)
Setting of month (01 to 12)
Setting of day (01 to 31)
Setingt of hour (00 to 23)
Setting of minute (00 to 59)
Move the cursor to each item (year, month, day, hour, and minute) by using the cursor key.
Use the cursor key to change values.
After the clock has been adjusted, move the cursor to “Adjust” at the lower of the screen and press the
key. So, the following message appears. Pressing the
key again returns to the Parameter Set
screen.
Reference 1: The clock is factory-set to the current time before delivery.
Since it is backed-up by a lithium-ion battery, it is always running with
power interruption or power OFF. The lithium battery has a service life
of about 10 years at normal temperature of 25°C.
Reference 2: The time scale is divided into 24 hours. The range is set from 00: 00 to
23: 59
Reference 3: A “second” is not settable. But, the inside of the clock is treated as follows.
After setting the “minute”, press the
key at the “Adjust” position.
Then, the clock runs with the second counter set to 0.
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8.20 Setting for record data format
[Explanation]
Select record data format from ASCII or binary format.
Each format has the following characteristics.
ASCII format
• Record data can be directly opened on Excel or with text editor.
• The number of data that can be recorded is about 1/4 that of binary format.
Binary format
• Record data cannot be directly opened on Excel or with text editor.
Open the record data with supplied data viewer software and convert it in CSV file, and the data
can be opened on Excel or with text editor.
• The number of data that can be recorded is about 4 times that of ASCII format.
[Operation]
1) Select “Main Unit” → “Record Data Format” on the parameter setting screen, and the record data
format screen appears.
2) Setting record data format
Change the setting using the cursor key on both sides.
Then press the
key, and the trend display screen appears again.
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8.21 Setting for RS485 communication function
[Explanation]
Communication is allowed with RS485 (conforming to MODBUS RTU protocol).
Make the setting on this screen.
To make the parameter setting valid, be sure to save the set parameter and then turn off the power and
turn it on again.
[Operation]
• Select “Main Unit” → “Communication Setting” on the subsequent page and then press the
key, and the communication setting screen appears.
(1) Setting of station No.
(2) Setting of communication speed
(3) Setting of parity
(4) Setting of front communication function
(1) To set station No.
Move the cursor to Station No. and press the
key, and the station No. On the station No.
setting screen that appears, set MODBUS station No. in the range from 0 to 255. If 0 is selected,
communication is not carried out. Be careful not to select the station No. of other slave devices
in the same communication line. Otherwise proper communication cannot be carried out on the
communication line.
When the setting of this parameter is changed, save the setting and then turn off the power and
turn it on again. Otherwise the changed setting cannot be made valid.
(2) To set communication speed
Move the cursor to Communication Speed, and set the communication speed (baud rate [bps])
(9600 or 19200 [bps]) using the cursor keys on both sides.
(3) To set parity
Move the cursor to Parity, and select the parity of communication from Odd, Even, and None using the cursor keys on both sides.
(4) To set front communication function
Keep it set to ON.
(If OFF is selected, communication error occurs to loader software. If communication error
should occur, set it to ON, save the setting, turn off the power and turn it on again.)
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8.22 Setting the Ethernet function
[Explanation]
The paperless recorder can have the Ethernet function as an option.
The following are allowed with the Ethernet function.
(1) FTP server function: The record file stored in the memory card can be fetched via the Ethernet.
(2) Web server function: Measured value, integrated value, and event data stored in the recorder can
be checked via the Ethernet
(3) E-mail function: E-mails can be transmitted on occurrence of an alarm or at certain intervals.
(4) MODBUS TCP/IP function: Setting can be read or written via the Ethernet using the parameter
loader supplied with the recorder.
To connect the recorder to the Ethernet, select IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway, and make
ON/OFF setting of each function.
* Refer to the “Instruction Manual for Paperless Recorder Communication Function” for details of the
setting.
Note:
• Consult the system administrator to connect the recorder to the intra-company LAN.
• To enable this parameter after it is selected, store the set values, turn off the power, and turn it on
again.
• Pay attention to the following when using the FTP server function.
(1) If FTP communication request is not issued for 10 minutes, the communication is automatically
disconnected.
(2) The display operation of the paperless recorder may be slowed down when a large file is fetched.
(3) Do not remove the memory card of the main unit while it is accessed via the FTP communication.
When the FTP server function is used, inhibit the access to the memory card on the “Removing
memory card” screen before removing the memory card.
(4) Do not delete or change the name of the file with which recording or integration is being performed.
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[Operation]
(1) Select [Main unit setting] → [Ethernet communication setting] on the parameter setting screen,
and the “Ethernet communication setting” screen appears.
(2) Select “Ethernet communication setting 1,” and the following screen appears.
IP address setting
Subnet mask setting
Default gateway setting
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(3) Then display the “Ethernet communication setting” screen again, and select “Ethernet communication setting 2,” and the following screen appears.
FTP server function ON/OFF
setting
FTP access control ON/OFF
setting
Web server function ON/OFF
setting
E-mail function ON/OFF
setting
Modbus TCP/IP function ON/
OFF setting
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8.23 Setting E-mail function
[Explanation]
To use the E-mail function, set E-mail server address, address of the E-mail sender, E-mail sender, and
the address of the destination of the E-mail.
Up to 8 addresses can be selected as the destination of the E-mail.
Refer to the “Instruction Manual for Paperless Recorder Communication Function” for details of the
setting.
Note:
• To use the E-mail function, set the E-mail function to ON on the “Ethernet setting 2” screen.
[Operation]
(1) Select [Main unit setting] → [Ethernet communication setting] → [E-mail setting 1] on the parameter setting screen, and the following screen appears.
Mail server address
Sender’s mail address setting
Sender’s name setting
(2) Then display the “Ethernet communication setting” screen again and select “E-mail setting 2,”
and the following screen appears.
Receiver’s mail address
setting
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8.24 Setting E-mail trigger function
[Explanation]
When using the E-mail function, make E-mail transmission trigger setting.
Up to 10 E-mail triggers can be registered.
Refer to the “Instruction Manual for Paperless Recorder Communication Function” for details of the
setting.
Note:
• To use the E-mail function, set the E-mail function to ON on the “Ethernet setting 2” screen.
[Operation]
Select [Main unit setting] → Ethernet communication setting] → [E-mail trigger setting] on the parameter setting screen, and the following screen appears.
E-mail title setting
E-mail trigger timing
E-mail send text setting
PV value affixation ON/OFF
setting
Receiver’s adderess No.
ON/OFF setting
Mail send test
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8.25 Setting the user account
[Explanation]
Set the user name, password, and the access level for connecting the recorder to the FTP server.
Up to 8 persons can be registered as users.
The access level of the user can be selected from “Administrator” and “Guest.”
The FTP server function is limited as shown below according to the access level selected.
FTP server function
Administrator
Authorized to delete files
Guest
Not authorized to delete files
Authorized to change file names
Not authorized to change file names
Refer to the “Instruction Manual for Paperless Recorder Communication Function” for details of the
setting.
Note:
• Do not use a space character for password.
[Operation]
Select [Main unit setting] → [Ethernet communication setting] → [E-mail trigger setting] on the parameter setting screen, and the following screen appears.
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8.26 Password setting
[Explanation]
Set the password to prohibit password to be changed, or recording start/stop. Entering passwords is
required right after the following procedure is executed.
• When starting/stopping recording
• When entering the “Parameter Setting” screen.
• When entering the memory card-related setting screen
After parameter is set and doesn’t need to be changed, password setting is recommended. It is due to
prevent settings from being changed mistakenly by password.
(Note) If you forget the password, parameter cannot be changed. Be sure to print the following table
after the password is set."
Password
When starting/stopping recording
Parameter setting display
Memory card related setting display
[Operation]
Select “Main Unit” → “Password Setting” from the “Parameter Setting” screen, and then press the
key. The password setting screen appears.
Move the cursor to the parameter to be changed. Pressing the
ting” screen. Set the password using the cursor, and press the
word setting.
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key displays the “Parameter Setkey. Set “0000” to reset the pass-
8.27 Displaying record data of memory card
[Explanation]
The recorded data (trend data file) contained in the memory card set to the main unit can be displayed
on the historical trend screen.
• The meaning of file name is as follows.
• S00****.FDT: File name of the trend data file (A00****.FDT, which is an event data file, is
not displayed.)
The part **** is substituted by 4-digit numerical value, and every time a new
file is created, the value increases sequentially beginning from 0000.
• Every time a recording is started using the
key or by DI input, a new file is created.
A trend file and an event file are created as a set as a new file without fail.
• The date indicates the last time when the writing was conducted on the file.
• The file name cannot be changed on this screen. Read the data on the memory card with the PC, and
change the file name on the PC.
Observe the following when changing the file name.
1) Change both the trend data file (Sxx.FDT) and the event data file (Axx.FDT)
2) Be sure to give the trend data file a name beginning with S, and give the event data file a name
beginning with A.
3) Give the same name to the xxxx portion of Sxxxx.FDT and Axxxxx.FDT. Otherwise the file
cannot be opened.
4) The file cannot be opened with S.FDT or A.FDT.
5) Keep the length of the file name to 7 characters or less including S or A. The file with the name
of 8 characters or longer cannot be opened.
6) Do not give the same file name to the part xxxx of Sxxxx.FDT and Axxxx.FDT in separate
pairs.
Otherwise the program may not be properly operated and forced termination etc. may occur.
[Example]
Avoid giving the same file name, 88, to S88 in the upper stage and A88 in the lower stage as in
the example shown below.
Before change
S01. FDT/A01.FDT 2002-11-19 10:00
S02. FDT/A02.FDT 2002-11-19 15:38
After change
S88.
== FDT/A01.FDT 2002-11-19 10:00
S02. FDT/A88.FDT
2002-11-19 15:38
==
7) Be sure to enter the file name with one-byte characters. The instrument does not recognize twobyte characters.
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[Operation]
Select “Memory card” and then “Rec. data disp.” on the “Parameter Setting” screen to display the
record data display screen.
Record data display screen switching
Trend screen
Parameter setting
(Memory card → Record data display)
Record data display
(File selection)
Record data display
(Screen group to be displayed)
Historical display
(Use the
(1) Select the file to be opened using the cursor key, and then press the
ing record data display screen.
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of the
key to switch pages)
key to display the follow-
(2) Select the screen group No. to be displayed using the cursor key and press the
key, and the
cursor moves to the “Display.” Then press the
key to display the historical trend screen of
the group No. selected.
Refer to Item 6.7 “Historical trend display” for the method of seeing the historical trend screen.
Of the data read in from the memory card, the following settings are displayed not based on the
setting made at the time of past recording but on the currently set value.
• Trend direction
• Number of screen split
• Trend scale display
• Color bar display selection
(3) Press the
key on the historical trend screen, and the following display appears.
Enter the time you want to view on the display and press the
key, and the data at the specified
time is displayed.
When time before the current time is entered, the specified time appears at the bottom of the
screen.
When time after the current time is entered, the specified time appears at the top of the screen.
If the entered time falls within the range of the time currently displayed, the screen remains the
same.
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8.28 Removing memory card (compact flash)
[Explanation]
By prohibiting the writing to the memory card, the memory card can be removed without stopping
the recording while recording or totalizing is in progress. Refer to [Operation] shown below for the
removing procedure.
• If the internal buffer (memory) of this instrument becomes full while the memory card is being removed, the record data is cut off.
• The internal buffer (memory) of this instrument can store the data up to the following capacity.
(1) Record data and event data: Approximately 600k bytes
In case of MAX-MIN recording, 4 bytes is required for 1 record data.
In case of instantaneous value and average value recording, 2 bytes is required for 1 record data.
38 bytes is required for 1 event data.
When recording 9-channel in MAX-MIN recording, approximately 15300 data can be stored.
When the display refresh cycle is 1 second, data equivalent to 4 hours can be stored. The number
of the save data varies depending on the number of the event data.
(2) Totalize data: 5k bytes
4 bytes are required for 1 totalize data.
When totalizing 9-channel, approximately 128 data can be stored. When totalizing once every 1
hour in daily report, data equivalent to 128 hours can be stored.
• When the memory card is reinserted after it is removed, a new record file (trend file, event file, or an
totalizing file) is created.
[Operation]
Select “Memory card” and then “Card eject” on the parameter setting screen to display the memory
card removal screen.
(1) Clock display
(2) Memory card
loading display
(3) Memory card indicator
(4) Memory card writing
status display
(1) Clock display
Displays the date and the time.
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(2) Memory card loading display
Displays the memory card loading status.
Flashing: Indicates the state where a memory card is not inserted.
Lit in green: Indicates the state where the memory card can be removed.
Lit in red: Indicates the state where the memory card cannot be removed.
(3) Memory card indicator
Displays the usage of the memory card in a bar graph. Lit in red when 90% of the whole capacity
has been used up.
(4) Memory card writing status display
Kept lit while the measured data is being written into the memory card.
Pressing the
key displays the following screen, and the writing into the memory card is prohibited. Check that the memory card loading display is lit in green, and then remove the memory card
and back up the recorded data. Then insert the memory card once again and press the
key. The
parameter display screen is displayed and the prohibition of writing into the memory card is released.
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8.29 Reading settings
[Explanation]
The setting file within the memory card that is set in the main unit can be read.
The setting file of the recorder (*******.SHR) can be created on the recorder main unit and the parameter loader supplied with the recorder.
Store the setting file in the “PARAMET” folder within the memory card.
Note:
• Settings cannot be read while recording or totalizing is being performed.
• If the password appears, or the measurement on the math channel is recorded, after the setting file is
read from the memory card with a recorder of version V39A or earlier, initialize the setting and then
make the setting manually once again. Do not use a recorder of version V39A or earlier to read the
setting file read from a memory card.
[Operation]
(1) Select [Memory card] → [Reading settings] on the parameter setting screen to display the setting
reading screen.
(2) A list of setting files appears. Move the cursor to the file to be read and then press the
and the settings of the selected file are read.
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key,
8.30 Writing settings
[Explanation]
The settings of the recorder can be written into a memory card.
The setting file of the recorder (*******.SHR) can be read on the recorder main unit and the parameter loader supplied with the recorder.
The setting file is stored in the “PARAMET” folder within the memory card.
Note:
• A file cannot be created with the same name as the setting file stored in the memory card. (The setting file cannot be overwritten.)
• Follow the instructions shown below to read a setting file, which has been created in a memory card
with a recorder of version 40A or later, in a recorder of version V39A or earlier:
(1) Select “0000” as the password for starting/stopping recording. If a password other than “0000”
is selected, a password setting screen appears when the recording is started/stopped.
(2) Select “Display only” as the recording operation setting for all the calculation channels. If an
item other than “Display only” is selected, the measurement of the math channel appears when
recording is started.
[Operation]
(1) Select [Memory card] → [Writing settings] on the parameter setting screen to display the setting
writing screen.
(2) Move the cursor to “file name setting” and select the setting file name to be created.
(3) Move the cursor to “Execute write” and then press the
the memory card.
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key, and a setting file is created within
8.31Totalize calculation setting
[Outline of totalize start method]
• To start totalizing, set totalize operation in channel setting 1 of daily, monthly, and annual totalizing
of parameter setting to analog, and follow one of the procedures shown below.
(1) Set totalize start/stop of parameter setting/totalize/start, stop, reset to ON.
(2) If the recorder is provided with DI, set DI1 function to totalize start/stop switching in parameter
setting/main unit setting/DI setting, for example, and then set DI1 to ON.
CAUTION
1) When totalize start/stop switching is performed with DI signal, be careful not to
set the DI signal to ON while totalize parameters are being set. Otherwise the
screen may fluctuate.
2) To count DI or measure ON time of DI during totalizing operation, do not select
“Skip” as the type of input of the channel targeted for totalization.
8.32 Setting for daily totalizing
[Example]
Make the setting on daily totalizing on this screen.
Select daily totalizing, and the totalized value is recorded in a file at specified totalize cycle.
If totalize cycle is set to 1 hour, for example, the value is recorded at every hour on the hour.
[Example]
Recording start: 8:32:21
First recording:
09:00:00
Second recording: 10:00:00
Recording is thus continued at every hour on the hour.
The file name of the record is T******.FDT.
The file cannot be viewed on this instrument. View it on the PC using a viewer, etc.
[Operation]
• Select “Totalize setting” → “Daily” on the parameter setting screen, and the daily type screen appears.
(1) Setting of totalize cycle
(2) Setting of channel selection
(3) Channel setting 1
(4) Channel setting 2
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(1) To set totalize cycle
Move the cursor to Totalize cycle, and select the time interval of totalize recording using the cursor key on both sides from 10, 20, 30 minutes, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12, and 24 hours.
Selecting 24 hours is equivalent to selecting monthly totalizing (described later).
(2) To set channel selection
Move the cursor to the channel (square with numerical value in it) with which you want to carry
out daily totalizing and press the
key, and the channel (square) turns to yellow, indicating that
daily totalizing has been selected. Return the cursor to the channel and press the
key again,
and the color returns back to white, indicating that the daily totalize setting has been reset.
If the channel selected has already been specified as monthly, annual, or as external input, a confirmation message appears.
(3) Channel setting 1
See section 8.33.
(4) Channel setting 2
See section 8.34.
About totalize calculation
Totalize calculation can be selected from “Totalizer,” “Counter,” or “Time measurement.”
a)
Select “Totalizer,” and normal daily or monthly totalizing function is made available.
b) Select “Counter,” and the number of times of DI set to ON or alarm occurrence (on) during
totalizing period is recorded. Decimal point does not appear in counter display.
c)
Select “Time measurement,” and the time when DI or alarm is kept ON during totalizing period
is recorded, with fractional portion of the value discarded.
The time is displayed in the unit specified in parameter “Totalize base time.”
CAUTION
Set the ON/OFF pulse width of DI input to 200 msec or longer. The DI function
and “Counter” or “Time measurement” can be used at the same time.
Example: The record data appears as shown below when selected parameters are as follows.
Totalize base time = /min
Totalize type = Daily
External input = DI2
ON
ON
Di1
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Di2
OFF
OFF
OFF
Totalize start
10
20
30
40
50
Totalizing = Counter
= Time measurement
1
0
1
10
Record data
2
2
10
20
2
30
60
Elapsed time [min]
2
30
* Since external input = Di2 in this example, the operation has nothing to do with ON/OFF operation of Di1.
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[min]
8.33 Setting for channel setting 1 (Daily)
[Explanation]
Make the setting on daily totalizing by channel on this screen.
[Operation]
• Move the cursor to “Channel setting 1” on the daily type screen and press the
nel setting 1 screen appears.
key, and the chan-
Channel setting 1
(1) Setting of channel No.
(2) Setting of totalize calculation
(3) Setting of external input
(4) Totalize base time
(5) Totalize reset operation
(6) Setting of totalize reset input
(1) To set channel No
Select the target channel No. using the cursor key.
(2) To set totalize operation
Move the cursor to Totalize calculation, and select one from Totalizer, Counter, or Time measurement.
See the previous page for the meaning of those.
Depending on the setting, the items not require setting, which are described on the subsequent
pages, are changed.
The color of the items not requiring setting changes to yellow, indicating that setting cannot be
made.
(Note) When the logarithmic display is set to ON, do not use “Totalizer”.
(3) To set external input
• Move the cursor to External Input, and make the setting using the cursor key on both sides.Set
either DI or Alarm to Trigger.
• Use external input when totalize calculation is set to Counter or Timer.
(4) Totalize base time
• Move the cursor to Totalize base time, and make the setting using the cursor key on both sides.
• Select totalize base time from /s, /min, /h, or /day.
Example: When the flow rate of 120L/min. is recorded, the totalized value appears as follows
depending on totalize base time selected.
Base time
/s
/min
/h
/day
Totalized value
2
120
7,200
172,800
* 120L/min. equals to 2L/sec. (120/60 = 2) and 7200L/h (120 × 60=7200)
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(5) To reset totalizing
Displays the date and the time.
• Move the cursor to Reset operation, and make the setting
using the cursor key on both sides.
• If ON is selected, totalized data is recorded in a totalize file
in totalize cycles.
If OFF is selected, the totalized data from the start of totalizing is recorded in a totalize file.
Elapsed time
1 hour
2 hours
3 hours
Reset operation
OFF
ON
100
100
200
100
300
100
Example: When the flow rate of 100L/h is recorded, the
record data appears as shown in the table at right.
(6) Totalize reset input
Move the cursor to the totalize reset input and press the
key, and the totalize reset input
screen appears. Select either DI or alarm as the trigger to reset the totalized value.
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8.34 Setting for channel setting 2 (Daily)
[Explanation]
Make the following setting related to daily totalizing by channel on this screen.
- TAG, unit, lower limit cut value, cut value (scaling)
[Operation]
• Move the cursor to “Channel setting 2” on the daily type screen and press the
nel setting 2 screen appears.
key, and the chan-
(1) Channel No.
(2) Totalize tag
(3) Totalize unit
(4) Totalize cut value
(5) Totalize scaling value
(1) To set channel No.
Select target channel No. using the cursor key.
(2) Totalize tag
• Move the cursor to Totalize tag and press the
key, and the TAG setting screen (shown below) appears. Enter totalize TAG using the cursor key and the
key.
Then press the
key at “Apply” position, and the totalize tag is registered.
• Totalize TAG is recorded in the totalize file and displayed on the totalized value display screen.
CAUTION
Do not start/stop totalizing with DI while the Totalize TAG setting screen is displayed. Otherwise the screen may fluctuate.
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(3) To set totalizing data unit for each channel
Move the cursor to the Totalize unit field and press the
key to display the following unit
select screen. Select the desired unit using the cursor key and then press the
key.
(4) To set totalize cut value for each channel
Move the cursor to the field of totalize cut value and press the
key to display the following
totalize cut value setting screen. Enter totalizing cut value using the cursor and the
key.
• If the measured value is smaller than the totalizing cut value, the measured value is regarded as
0 in the totalizing (totalizing value does not increase).
(5) Totalize scale value (totalize scaling)
• Move the cursor to Totalize scale value and press the
key, and the Totalize scale value
input screen shown below appears. Enter desired value using the cursor key and press the
key, and the entered totalize scale value is registered.
Totalize scale value is used for scale conversion between the measurement value and the totalized
value. The following calculation is performed.
Measurement value
Totalize scale value
(Division only. Multiplication cannot be performed.)
Totalized value =
[Example]
To convert 1/h to m3/h, totalize cut value = 1000 because 1[1/h] = 1/1000 [m3/h].
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8.35 Setting for monthly totalizing
[Explanation]
Make the setting on monthly totalizing on this screen.
Specify monthly totalizing and start totalize calculation, and totalized value from 0:00 to
24:00:00 is recorded in a file at 0:00 a.m. (start time of a new date).
The time when totalizing is started (0:00) is fixed and cannot be changed.
The record file name is D******.FDT.
The file cannot be viewed with the GR200. View the file on a PC using a viewer, etc.
[Operation]
• Select “Totalize setting” → “Monthly” on the parameter setting screen, and the monthly type screen
appears.
(1) Setting of channel selection
(2) Channel setting 1
(3) Channel setting 2
(1) To set channel selection
Move the cursor to the channel (square containing numeric value) with which monthly totalizing
is to be performed and press the
key, and the channel (square) turns to yellow, indicating that
monthly totalizing has been selected. Return the cursor to the channel, and press the
key
again, and the color of the channel returns back to white, indicating that monthly totalizing setting
has been reset.
If the channel has already been specified for daily, annual, or external input, a confirmation message appears.
(2) Channel setting 1
See section 8.33 (meaning of each item is the same as daily report).
(3) Channel setting 2
See section 8.34 (meaning of each item is the same as daily report).
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8.36 Setting for annual totalizing
[Explanation]
Make the setting on annual totalizing on this screen.
Specify annual totalizing and start totalize calculation, and the totalized value from 0:00:00 on the
base date of the month to 24:00:00 on the previous date of the base date of the next month is recorded
in a file. The time is fixed and cannot be changed.
Recording is performed at 0:00:00 (start of the base date). If the first day of the month is specified as
the base date, for example, recording is performed at 0:00:00 of the first date of the month.
[Example]
Recording start:
2004-07-07 23:56:04
First recording:
2004-08-01 0:00:00
Second recording: 2004-09-01 0:00:00
Recording for coming months is continued like this.
The record file name is M******.FDT.
When the 31st is selected as the base date, the recording for February (not of leap year) and April
is carried out as follows.
Recording in February: the instant when time changes from 23:59:59 of the 27th to 0:00:00 of the
28th of February
Recording in April: The instant when time changes from 23:59:59 of the 29th to 0:00:00 of the
30th of April
When the 30th is selected as the base date:
Recording in February: the instant when time changes from 23:59:59 of the 27th to 0:00:00 of the
28th of February
Recording in April: the instant when time changes from 23:59:59 of the 29th to 0:00:00 of the
30th of April
When the 29th is selected as the base date:
Recording in February: the instant when time changes from 23:59:59 of the 27th to 0:00:00 of the
28th of February
Recording in April: the instant when time changes from 23:59:59 of the 28th to 0:00:00 of the
29th of April
The file cannot be viewed with this instrument. View the file on a PC using a viewer, etc.
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[Operation]
• Select “Totalize setting” → “Annual” on the parameter setting screen, and the Annual type screen
appears.
(1) Setting of base date
(2) Setting of channel selection
(3) Channel setting 1
(4) Channel setting 2
(1) To set base date
Move the cursor to Base date, and select the base date when totalized value is recorded.
Time cannot be specified.
(2) To set channel selection
Move the cursor to the channel (square containing numeric value) with which annual totalizing is
to be performed and press the
key, and the channel (square) turns to yellow, indicating that
annual totalizing has been selected. Return the cursor to the channel, and press the
key again,
and the color of the channel returns back to white, indicating that annual totalizing setting has
been reset.
If the channel has already been specified for daily, annual t, or external input, a confirmation message appears.
(3) Channel setting 1
See section 8.33 (meaning of each item is the same as daily report).
(4) Channel setting 2
See section 8.34 (meaning of each item is the same as daily report).
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8.37 Setting for external input totalizing
[Explanation]
• Make the setting on external input totalizing, which starts/stops totalizing with external input used as
a trigger, on this screen.
Select a signal that controls totalize start/stop from DI or alarm of each channel. Set it to ON (alarm
occurrence) to start totalizing. Set it to OFF (alarm reset) to stop totalizing and recording in a file at
the same time. The value is recorded in a file only when totalizing is stopped. It is not recorded g
while totalize calculation is in progress.
• The record file name is E******.FDT.
• The file cannot be viewed with this instrument. View the file on a PC using a viewer, etc.
[Operation]
• Select “Totalize setting” → “External type” on the parameter setting screen, and the External type
screen appears.
(1) Setting of external input
(2) Setting of channel selection
(3) Channel setting 1
(4) Channel setting 2
(1) To set external input
Move the cursor to External Input and press the
appears.
key, and the External type selection screen
DI
Alarm
Move the cursor to DI and press the
key. On the External type screen that appears, select DI No.
with which totalize start/stop is controlled using the cursors on both sides.
Move the cursor to Alarm and press the
key. On the External type screen that appears, select the
alarm No. with which totalize start/stop is controlled using the cursors on both sides.
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(2) To set channel selection
Move the cursor to the channel (square containing numeric value) with which external input totalizing is to be performed and press the
key, and the channel (square) turns to yellow, indicating that external input totalizing has been selected. Move the cursor back the channel and press
the
key again, and the color of the channel returns back to white, indicating that external
input totalizing setting has been reset.
If the channel has already been specified for daily, monthly, or annual, a confirmation message appears.
(3) Channel setting 1
See section 8.33 (meaning of each item is the same as daily report).
(4) Channel setting 2
See section 8.34 (meaning of each item is the same as daily report).
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8.38 Setting for totalize start/stop
[Explanation]
Make totalize start/stop setting on this screen. Selected monthly or annual totalizing and external
input can be started only when totalizing is started on this screen.
Totalize calculation can also be stopped only when the totalizing is stopped on this screen.
Totalizing can also be started/stopped with DI (option) or communication (option).
[Operation]
• Select “Totalize setting” → “Totalize start/stop” on the parameter setting screen, and the totalize
start/stop setting screen appears.
(1) Totalize start/stop
(1) Totalize start/stop
Press the
key on this item, select ON or OFF using the cursor on both sides, and press the
key to make totalize calculation start/stop setting. If a channel has not been selected for
daily, monthly, annual or external input, a totalize file cannot be created even if totalize calculation is started.
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8.39 Setting for totalized value reset
[Explanation]
You can reset a totalized value for a desired channel.
The totalized value is set to 0 when it is reset while totalizing.
[Operation]
• On the parameter setting screen, select “Totalize Setting” → “Totalize Reset.”
The Totalize Reset screen appears.
(1) Selection of a channel No.
(2) Start of the totalized value reset.
(1) Selection of a channel No.
Select a channel No. for which the totalize value reset is to be performed.
(2) Start of the totalized value reset.
If you press the
key for this item while totalizing, it is reset to be 0.
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8.40 Setting of calculation channel
[Explanation]
• 12 channels from channel 19 to 30 can be used as the calculation channel.
• Formula (3 calculations × 4 expressions) can be set per each channel.
• The result of formula 4 is entered for calculation channel. Note that, when the result of formula
4 which is not including the decimal point is outside the range of ±32767, enter a value limited to
±32767.
Note 1) Calculation is always executed from left to right. There is no priority in for four arithmetic
operations.
Example: The following formula (A) is calculated as (B).
Formula (A) B01 = C01 + C02 × C03
Formula (B) B01 = (C01 + C02) × C03
Note 2) Either Average value calculation; AVG (A), or totalize calculation; SUM (A, B) can be used
only once at each channel.
Note 3) When formula increases in number, calculation will take a long time in the recorder. Therefore the display cycle of measurement value may take a longer time.
• For arithmetic operation, see the following table.
Available items
Display
Contents
Four arithmetic operation (addition)
A+B
Adds input A and input B.
Four arithmetic operation (subtraction)
A−B
Subtracts input B from input A.
Four arithmetic operation (multiplication)
A*B
Four arithmetic operation (division)
A/B
Absolute value
ABS(A)
Multiplies input A and input B.
Divides input A by input B
Note: 0/0 = 0
Calculates absolute value of input A
Exponential
POW(A, B)
Calculates exponential in “input B” of input A. (AˆB)
Square root
SQR(A)
Calculates square root of input A
LOG
LOG(A)
Calculates common logarithm of input A
LN
LN(A)
Calculate natural logarithm of input A.
EXP
EXP(A)
Humidity
RH(A, B)
Max. (between channels)
MAX(A, B)
Min. (between channels)
MIN(A,B)
Maximum value (time)
H-P(A)
Minimum value (time)
L-P(A)
Average
AVG(A)
Totalize
SUM(A, B)
Clearing formula
End/delete
Input data
Input data
Calculates exponential in “e” of input A.
Calculates the relative humidity when the input A
is dry-bulb temperature and the input B is wet-bulb
temperature.
Compares input A and input B, and calculates
whichever larger.
Compares input A and input B, and calculates
whichever smaller.
Calculates maximum value of input A. Initializes
maximum value by timer input.
Calculates minimum value of input A. Initializes
minimum value by timer input.
Calculates average value of input A. Updates average
value by timer input.
Calculates totalize value of input A/B. Resets totalize
value by timer input.
Arithmetic operation is deleted without confirmation.
Care should be taken when deleting.
For arithmetic operation, “Channel input”, “Channel
totalize value”, “DI input”, “Communication input”,
“Constant” and “Previous formula result” can be used
as input data.
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• The contents in the following table can be used for arithmetic operation.
Input data
Display
Settable range
Channel input
C01 to C30
Channel totalize value
T01 to T30
DI input
D01 to D10
Measurement value of channel 1 to 30
Totalize value of channel 1 to 30 (using totalize value
with no decimal point that is limited to ±32767).
DI 1 to 10 (OFF : 0, ON : 1)
Communication input
M01 to M12
1 to 12 (no decimal point)
Constant
K01 to K20
1 to 20
Result of the last formula
B01 to B03
1 to 3
• For detailed description of each calculation function is as follows.
ABS(A):
Calculates absolute value of input A.
Examples of ABS (A) output is described below. (Decimal point is set to 1.)
Input
A
Output
ABS(A)
Memo
10.0
10.0
−10.0
10.0
POW(A, B): Raises the input A to the power of input B. (AˆB)
When the negative number with decimal point is raised to the power of numeric values
with decimal point, output becomes 0.
0 raised to the 0-th power is 1.00.
Examples of ABS (A) output is described below. (Decimal point is set to 1.)
Input
A
SQR(A):
Input
B
50.0
Output
Memo
POW(A,B)
2.0
2500.0
−5.5
2.5
0.0 Input error
0.0
0.0
1.0 0 raised to the 0-th power is 1.
Calculates square root of input A.
When input data is negative number, 0 is outputted.
Examples of SQR(A) output is described below. (Decimal point is set to 1.)
Input
A
Output
SQR(A)
100.0
10.0
−10.0
LOG(A):
Memo
0.0 When input data is negative number, 0 is output.
Calculates common logarithm of input A.
When input data is negative number, 0 is output.
Examples of LOG (A) output is described below. (Decimal point is set to 1.)
Input
A
Output
LOG(A)
Memo
100.0
2.0
−10.0
0.0 When input data is negative number, 0 is output.
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LN(A):
Calculates natural logarithm of input A.
When input data is negative number, 0 is output.
Examples of LN (A) output is described below. (Decimal point is set to 1.)
Input
A
EXP(A):
Output
LN(A)
Memo
100.0
4.6
−10.0
0.0 When input data is negative number, 0 is output.
Calculates exponential in “e” of input A.
Examples of EXP (A) output is described below. (Decimal point is set to 1.)
Input
A
Output
EXP(A)
1.2
RH(A, B):
Memo
3.3
Calculates the relative humidity when the input A is dry-bulb temperature and the
input B is wet-bulb temperature.
When the temperature span is −40 to 150°C, humidity can be calculated.
In case of wet-bulb temperature ≥ dry-bulb temperature, 100%RH is output.
When the measured temperature is out of range, the following table is output.
Wet-bulb temperature (input B)
Less than −40°C
Dry-bulb temperature
(input A)
Range
Less than −40°C
0%RH
0%RH
0%RH
Range
0%RH
Calculation value
100%RH
More than 150°C
0%RH
100%RH
100%RH
Examples of RH (A) output is described below. (Decimal point is set to 1.)
Input A
Input B
Output
Dry-bulb temperature Wet-bulb temperature RH(A, B)
70.0
65.0
70.0
70.0
50.0
−41.0
151.0
10.0
Memo
79.2
Input A = when input value is B, 100%RH
is output
0.0 Input B < −40°C
100.0
100.0 Input A > 150°C
MAX(A, B): Compares input A and input B and calculates whichever larger.
Examples of MAX (A, B) output is described below. (Decimal point is set to 1.)
Input
A
Input
B
Output
MAX(A, B)
Memo
50.0
49.0
50.0 Input A > input B
49.0
50.0
50.0 Input A < input B
MIN(A, B): Compares input A and input B and calculates whichever smaller.
More than 150°C
Examples of MIM (A, B) output is described below. (Decimal point is set to 1.)
Input
A
Input
B
Output
MIN(A, B)
Memo
50.0
49.0
49.0 Input A > input B
49.0
50.0
49.0 Input A < input B
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H-P(A):
Calculates the maximum value of input A according to H-P, L-P timer cycle.
Output is initialized at a cycle.
Examples of H-P (A) output is described below. (Decimal point is set to 1 and the value of SUM
timer cycle is set to 2 minutes.)
Output H-P(A)
(Output value at a cycle)
Input A
Sine wave 1 minute cycle
Amplitude 50.0 Bias 0.0
L-P(A):
50.0 Maximum value of Sine wave
Calculates the minimum value of input A according to H-P, L-P timer cycle.
Output is initialized at a cycle.
Examples of L-P (A) output is described below. (Decimal point is set to 1 and the value of SUM
timer cycle is set to 2 minutes.)
Output L-P(A)
(Output value at a cycle)
Input A
Sine wave 1 minute cycle
Amplitude 50.0 Bias 0.0
AVG(A):
Memo
Memo
−50.0 Minimum value of Sine wave
Calculates average value of input A according to AGV timer cycle.
Output varies at a cycle. (The indication does not change during a cycle.)
Examples of AVG (A) output is described below. (Decimal point is set to 1, and the value of
AVG timer cycle is set to 2 minutes.)
Output AVG(A)
(Output value at a cycle)
Input A
Sine wave 1 minute cycle
Amplitude 50.0 Bias 0.0
Memo
0.0 Average value of Sine wave
SUM(A, B): Calculates totalize value of input A/B according to SUM timer cycle.
Resets totalize value at a cycle. Also, negative numbers can be totalized.
Examples of SUM (A) output is described below. (Decimal point is set to 1, and the value of
SUM timer cycle is set to 2 minutes.)
Input A
(Fixed value)
Input B
(Fixed value)
Output
SUM(A, B)
Memo
50.0
120.0
50.0
50.0
60.0
100.0
−50.0
120.0
−50.0
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8.41 Setting arithmetic operation for math channel
[Explanation]
Set arithmetic operation for each channel.
Note) Averaging calculation (AVG) and totalize calculation (SUM) can be used just once per each
channel.
[Operation]
Select “Calculation setting” → “Formula setting” from the “Parameter Setting” screen to display the
“Formula setting” screen.
(1) Setting channel No.
Select the “Channel No.” by using the cursor key.
(2) To set arithmetic operation
Move the cursor to the input field and press the
below) appears.
key, and the formula setting screen (shown
Press the
key on the formula setting screen to display the Menu screen. Move the cursor to
the target formula and press the
key.
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Select the desired input type on the input type selection screen, and press the
input No..
• Channel input
key. Enter each
: Enter the channel No. to be used.
• Channel totalized value : Enter the totalize No. to be used (channel No. of which totalize calculation is set). (See “8.31” to “8.39”)
• DI
: Enter the DI No. to be used for calculation. (See 8.17.)
• Communication input
: Enter the communication input No. to be used.
• Constant
: Enter the constant No. to be used for calculation (channel No. of
which constant is set). (See 8.48.)
• Formula result
: When the result of formula 1 to 3 is used, enter the formula No.
Example) Formula = Constant 5 × (Input 3 + Constant 2) + Input 1: Enter as shown below.
Formula 1
B01 = C03 + K02
Formula 4
Result = K05 × B01 + C01
(C03 = Input 3, K02 = Constant 2, B01 = Result of formula 1)
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8.42Input setting for math channel
[Explanation]
Make the settings of units, measurement value, engineering value, and square rooter per each math
channel.
[Operation]
Select “Calculation setting” → “Input setting” from the “Parameter Setting” screen to display the
“Input setting” screen.
For operation procedure, refer to “8.4 Setting for input types, skip, scaling, units and square rooter”.
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8.43 Calculation setting for math channel
[Explanation]
Make the settings of input filter (time constant), subtraction, PV shift, PV gain, and F value calculation
per each math channel.
[Operation]
Select “Calculation setting” → “Calculation setting” from the “Parameter Setting” screen to display
the “Calculation setting” screen.
For operation procedure, refer to “8.5 Setting for input filter (time constant), PV shift and subtraction”.
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8.44 Alarm setting for math channel
[Explanation]
Make the alarm setting per each math channel.
[Operation]
Select “Calculation setting” → “Alarm Setting” from the “Parameter Setting” screen to display the
alarm setting screen.
For operation procedure, refer to “8.6 Alarm setting”.
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8.45 Setting for TAG No., display range and record mode
for math channel
[Explanation]
Make the settings of TAG, display color, display range, recording type, and recording mode per each
math channel.
[Operation]
Select “Calculation setting” → “Range setting” from the “Parameter Setting” screen to display the
range setting screen.
For operation procedure, refer to “8.10 Setting for TAG.NO., display range, and record mode”.
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8.46 Math channel parameter copy
[Explanation]
This screen allows you to copy parameters at one channel to other channels. To set the data that can
be copied includes formula, input setting, calculation setting, and alarm setting.
[Operation]
Select “Calculation setting” → “Calculation channel copy” from the “Parameter Setting” screen to
display the Math channel parameter copy screen.
For operation procedures, refer to “8.8 Parameter copy”.
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8.47 Math timer setting
[Explanation]
When maximum value (H-P), minimum value (L-P), average value calculation (AVG), and totalize
value calculation (SUM) are set at formula setting, make the setting of calculation cycle.
[Operation]
Select “Calculation setting” → “Math timer setting” from the “Parameter Setting” screen to display
the Math timer setting screen.
Move the cursor to the desired formula and press the
key.
In each setting screen that appears, set the time using the cursor key and the
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key.
8.48 Constant setting
[Explanation]
When constant is set at “8.38 Setting for formula”, execute the following procedure. Make constant
setting.
[Operation]
Select “Calculation setting” from the “Parameter Setting” screen → “Constant setting” to display the
constant setting screen.
Move the cursor to the relevant constant No. and press the
key to display the following constant
setting screen. Enter the decimal point position and constant using the cursor key and the
key.
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Maintenance and Inspection
9.1 Recommended replacement cycle of parts
(When used at 25˚C)
Names of parts
Cycle
LCD (front panel)
5 years
Panel packing
5 years
Fuse (external use)
2 years
Memory card
Lithium battery
6 months
5 years
Remarks
LCD backlight cannot be replaced as a single unit. Return to factory
for repair.
When external fuses are used, replace them every 2 years for preventive
maintenance.
Fuse rating: 250V AC, 1A
• To prevent data from being lost, back up the recorded data once every
6 months.
• If writing error occurs in the memory card, data may be lost. If data
has been written in the memory card to some extent, check if data
writing has been normally performed.
• Be sure to replace the memory card as needed with a new one.
It cannot be replaced as a single unit. Return to factory for repair.
9.2 Calibration
To assure measuring accuracy, perform calibration every year.
For calibration procedure, refer to Chapter 10. Contact our Sales Representative for details.
9.3 Formatting the memory card
The memory card should be formatted by a personal computer (the recorder is not provided with a
means of formatting the memory card).
Select a PC drive for the memory card and press the right-mouse button. The menu appears, prompting you to select the option. Select “Format”. On the screen that appears, select the “Start” button to
initiate the formatting.
Select FAT or FAT16 for the file system. The recorder does not recognize the memory card formatted
with other systems.
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Calibration
The following operation can be carried out.
(1) Calibration of the measured value
(2) Setting method of date format
(3) Initialization of the set value
10.1 Calibration method of measured values
[Explanation]
Adjustment is not required in an ordinary status. However, to maintain the desired accuracy of the measured
value display, we recommend you to perform calibration periodically by adding calibration input signals.
Add calibration input signals to the channel to be calibrated. To calibrate the input of the resistance bulb,
be sure to perform 500mV calibration beforehand, and then perform the calibration.
Note: 1) If improper calibration input signals are added, the instrument operates improperly.
Be sure to follow the procedure shown above to perform calibration. Otherwise the
instrument may operate improperly. The devices listed in the table on page 10-2, [Required device], are required for calibration.
2) If reading error is not large, adjust the value to the reading of the [PV shift function]
described in section 8.5.
[Operation]
(1) Select “System” and then “Calib. password” on the “Parameter Setting” screen to display the calibration password screen. Enter the password using the cursor key. (The password is 1234.)
Note: The entered password is kept valid until the power is turned off. Turning off the power
clears the password.
(1) Enter password using
the cursor key
(2) Press the
key to display the menu screen on the application operation screen.
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CAUTION
Do not perform [Other functions] and [Initialization], which are for calibration by the manufacturer. Otherwise, proper operation of the recorder may
not be assured. For example, proper input reading may not be displayed, or
parameters selected may return to the initial values before delivery.
(3) Move the cursor to “Input Adj.” and press the
pears.
key, and the “Input Adjustment” screen ap-
(4) Select the channel for calibration.
(4) Select the channel for
calibration.
(5) Apply 0% input.
(6) Apply 100% input.
(7) End of calibration
Select the channel for calibration by using the cursor key and press the
key.
(5) Apply 0% input
In the case of resistance bulb input, be sure to perform 500mV input calibration before performing
calibration.
The following are input signals for 0% point calibration.
• Voltage input: 0 mV or 0 V
• Thermocouple input: 0 mV
• Resistance bulb (Pt, JPt): 100Ω
After input of the input signal for 0% calibration, press the
key. Zero calibration will start
automatically. After calibration, the “End of Calibration” message appears. Pressing
moves
to the next span calibration.
(6) Apply 100% input
The input signal for 100% calibration is shown below;
• Voltage input: 50 mV or 500 mV, and 5V
• Thermocouple input: 50 mV
• Resistance bulb: 300Ω
After input of 100% calibration input signal, press the
key. Span calibration will start automatically. After calibration, the “End of Calibration” message appears. Pressing
moves it to
the next span calibration.
(7) End of calibration
After the message has appeared, press the
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key.
[Required device]
Device
Specifications
AC power supply
0 to 300Vac/5A
mV generator
0 to 50Vdc
Resolution: 10V (in mV range)
Output impedance: 2 or lower
Dial resistor
0.01 to 400.00
Resolution: 0.01
Digital multimeter
5 + 1/2 digit display
Resolution: 1V (in mV range)
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10.2 Setting for date format
[Explanation]
Date format can be selected.
[Operation]
(1) Perform (1) and (2) in [Operation] of “Calibration method of measured values” to display the application operation screen menu.
(2) Select “Other setting” and press the
key, and the date format setting screen appears.
Date format
• Setting date format
Move the cursor to the field next to “Date format,” and select a desired date format from those listed
in the following table using the < or the > key .
Date format selection item
Format
yyyy/mm/dd
Example of screen display
2004/09/27
2004/09/27
17:00:00
27/09/2004
dd/mm/yyyy
27/09/2004
17:00:00
27-Nov-04
dd-MMM-yy
27-Nov-04
17:00:00
09/27/2004
mm/dd/yyyy
09/27/2004
17:00:00
Nov-27-04
MMM-dd-yy
Nov-27-04
17:00:00
Note: The date displayed on the date format selection item is fixed to September 27, 2004.
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10.3Initializing the set value
[Explanation]
Parameters can be returned to the value set at the time of delivery from the factory.
• After initializing the set value, be sure to store the initialized parameters in a nonvolatile memory.
Otherwise they return to the values before the initialization when the power is turned off.
Note: If parameters are initialized, the adjusted values are not initialized.
[Operation]
(1) Follow the procedure (1) and (2) in [Operation] of Item 10.1 “Calibration method of measured
values” to display the menu screen of the application operation screen.
(2) Select “Initialization” and press the
(3) Press the
tory.
key to display the parameter initialization screen.
key to return the parameters to the values set at the time of delivery from the fac-
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Troubleshooting
If the recorder does not operate normally, take a remedy according to the table given below. For a complicated trouble, contact our Sales Representatives.
Situation
Check
Remedy
1) Is the power supply terminal connection correct?
Connect correctly.
2) Is power being supplied properly?
Supply correctly.
1) Does the screen display correctly?
If keys only do not work, key switch may be faulty.
Contact our Service
Center
2) There are some parameters that cannot be set during
recording.
Check if setting has been attempted during recording.
Stop recording at once.
Does not work at all.
Keys do not work.
“System Error” is
displayed when power
is ON.
It is displayed when a fault occurs in CPU. Turn the power
Contact our Service
ON again. If it does not return to normal condition, CPU may
Center.
be faulty.
1) Is digital indication displayed correctly? If the input is not
connected correctly, burnout may occur or over- or underThe record swings over to
indication may occur
the 0% side or the 100%
2) The record swings over the indication range if the
side.
indication range is not set correctly.
Connect correctly.
Set the indication range
correctly.
The indication changes
too much.
To match the indication to that of the field indicator, use PV
shift given in Item 8.5.
The data indicator
indicates “Over”,
“Under” or “Error”.
If the input is not connected correctly or a signal that is
different from the input type is connected, the indication
becomes faulty.
• Connect correctly.
• Set the input type
according to the input
signal.
1) Is the format of compact flash FAT16?
Format to FAT16.
2) Is compact flash made by SanDisk used?
Use compact flash
made by SanDisk.
Memory card is not
recognized.
1) Is the compact flash connected properly?
Recording data is not
written in compact flash
2) Is the compact flash full?
Fix the compact flash
according to Item 2.2.
3) If the measuring channel is set as “Indication only” or
“Skip”, data is not recorded.
“Recording has been
stopped because the
compact flash has run
out of capacity.
Replace the compact
flash.” is kept displayed.
1) The compact flash has run out of capacity.
2) Was the
key pressed after the compact flash is
replaced with the one with sufficient capacity?
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1) Replace the compact
flash with the one
with sufficient
capacity, and then
press the
key.
2) Press the
key.
Situation
Record trend is not
displayed.
Check
Remedy
1) Recording has not been started.
1) Press the
2) No ch has been registered for the group displayed.
2) Make group registration by referring to
section 8.12.
3) “Skip” has been selected as the input type of the ch
registered for the group displayed.
3) Select an input type
by referring to
section 8.4.
REC
key.
4) Long time (30 sec or 1 hour, for example) has been selected 4) Select a shorter
and displayed as an update interval.
refreshment cycle by
referring to section
8.9.
Display disappeared
during operation.
5) “Display Only” has been selected as the recording
operation of the ch registered for the group displayed.
5) Select “With Record”
by referring to
section 8.10.
Press any key.
1) Change the LCD
OFF time according
to the description in
section 8.14..
1) Not faulty if image appears.
2) May be faulty if image does not appear even if a key is
pressed.
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2) Contact our service
center.
• Subtraction function
: Subtraction between each channel is allowed.
• Totalizing function
: The measured value of each channel can be totalized. Applicable to
daily, monthly, annual or external input totalizing.
• F value calculation function : F value (extinction value of bacteria by sterilization by heating) can
be calculated from the measured temperature by each channel.
F value and measured temperature can be displayed and recorded using 2 channels.
• Square rooter function
: Square rooter can be performed against the input value per each channel
• Logarithmic calculation function :
The measured value of each channel can be displayed in exponent
form.
• Mathematics function
: The following calculation is available with the math function.
1) Calculation function
Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, absolute value, exponential, square-root extraction, LOG, LN, EXP, humidity, maximum,
minimum, average, and totalizing.
2) Calculation input enable
Channel input (CH1 to CH30), Total input (CH1 to CH30), DI (DI1
to DI10), Communication input (No.1 to No.12), Constant (No.1 to
No.20).
2. Indication system
• Indicator
: 5.7” TFT color LCD (320 x 240 dots) with backlight, no contrast
adjustment
On the LCD, certain picture elements may remain lit or extinguished.
On account of the nature inherent to LCD, the brightness may be nonuniform, which produces no problems.
• Color of indication
: 14 colors
• Applicable language
: English
• Life of backlight
: 50,000 hours in terms of total lighting time. (Replace the backlight as
a set of display unit. If the LCD extinguishing function is resorted to,
the LCD can be used longer as much.)
• Trend display
: Direction: vertical and horizontal
Number of channels: 10 or 4 channels per screen group. (Input: 30
points at the maximum)
Display refreshment cycles: select from 1 sec to 12 hours.
Scale display or no-display can be selected.
• Bar graph display
: Number of channels: 10 or 4 channels per screen group. (Input: 30
points at the maximum)
Display refreshment cycles: 1 second.
• Analog meter display
: For 4 inputs per screen group (input from 1 to 4). Display in bar
graphs or in analog meters can be selected.
Display refreshment cycle: 1 second
• Digital display
: Number of channels: 10 or 4 channels per screen group. (Input: 30
points at the maximum)
Display refreshment cycle: 1 second
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• Totalizing data display
: Number of channels: 10 or 4 channels per screen group. (Input: 30
points at the maximum)
Display refreshment cycle: 1 second
• Event summary display
: Alarm summary and message summary can be displayed.
The message occurrence information and message display can be
switched.
• Ethernet log display
: E-mail sending, FTP server log in/off and MODBUS TCP/IP communication start/stop can be displayed.
• Parameter display/setting
: Already-set Data Display and Set Change Display screen
• TAG display
: Number of characters to be displayed:
Up to 8 characters
Up to 8 characters (Note 1) at 10-channel display.
Up to 16 characters at 4-channel display.
Note 1: Up to 7 characters only can be displayed on certai screens.
Characters to be displayed:
Alphanumerics
Tag, unit and channel No. display:
Which can be displayed depends on the particular screen. Refer
to the table below.
(Keywords only are extracted.)
Item
Tag 2 Unit ch Np.
Trend
4 or less
+
+
+
5 or more
–
x
x
Bar graph
4 or less
+
+
+
5 or more
–
x
x
Analog
4 or less
All
meter
5 or more No. 1 to 4
All except tag 2
x
–
x
Others
Instantaneous 4 or less
All
value
5 or more
All except tag 2
x: 1 item only can be displayed +: 2 items only can be displayed –: Nothing can be displayed
Screen
Channnels per
screen
Tag 1
+
x
+
x
• Historical trend display
: Displays past recording data read from compact flash, currently
recording data or just recorded data. The recording chart can be
scrolled or, via time designation, the control can jump to an arbitrary
recording chart.
• Number of screen groups
: Four groups (Up to 10 channels per 1 group can be registered.)
3. Keyboard
• No. of keys
: 8
• Function
: Used to select various screens and set various parameters.
4. Recording function
• External memory media
: Compact Flash card
Format according to FAT16 or FAT. Otherwise, reading and saving
are impossible.
• Recording capacity
: 1GB maximum (compact flash). Limiting the recording file to 64
MB is recommended (for 112 hours if display refreshment cycle is
1 second). Refer to Chapter 12.18 “Table 1 Recording capacity.” If
impossible, up to 256 MB is tolerated. A file recorded beyond could
not be opened.
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• Recording method
: Turning ON the REC key allows measured data to be written at fixed
cycles.
Recorded as a new file whenever the recording starts
• Data save cycles
: Linked to the display refreshment cycles on the “Real Time Trend”
screen. However, they are automatically set to about 1 minute if the
refreshment cycles are set to less than 1 minute.
• Trend data
: Measurement data sampled at measurement cycle is saved in terms of
mean value, instantaneous value or maximum/minimum value.
• Event data
: Saves alarm data and message data.
Further saves power ON and OFF, if any, after starting recording.
• Totalizing value data
: Records the totalized data according to the totalizing type selected by
channels. Values by totalizing types or total from the beginning of
totalizing, whichever selected, can be recorded. For each channel, the
input value totalizing, number of DI inputs or measurement at times
when DI inputs have occurred can be selected. Input values to be
totalized are selected from daily report, monthly report, annual report
and external input.
If power has been turned off and on while totalizing, the totalizing
is resumed at last value. (Last value remains saved, but data during
power OFF is not totalized.)
• Configuration data
: Configuration data can be saved. And this data can also download to
recorder.
• Storage capacity
: Approximately 1.5 years when the display refresh cycle is 30 seconds
(in the case of 9-channel recording in ASCII data format, and 256MB
compact flash used). Refer to Chapter 12.18 “Table 1 Recording
capacity.”
• Residual capacity of memory: Indicates how much of the memory card has been used on the screen.
If the residual capacity is none, the recording stops.
• Compact flash
: Manufactured by SanDisk
URL: http://www.sandisk.com
Type: SDCFB-256 (256MB)
Available at any PC shops
• Data format
: Either of ASCII or binary format can be selected. (Switching cannot be made while the recording is in progress. In the case of ASCII
format, the data can be directly read on Excel, etc.)
Note: The data recorded in binary format cannot be read directly.
Approximately 166 bytes per sampling for maximum/minimum
recording of 9-channel input in ASCII format, or approximately 40
bytes for maximum/minimum recording of 9-channel input in binary
format.
5. Alarm function
• No. of settings
: Up to 4 alarms for each channel are settable.
• Type of alarm
: High/Low limits
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• Indication
: Status (alarm types) is displayed on digital display unit when an
alarm occurs.
Historical display on alarm summary (Alarm start/cancel time and
alarm types)
• Hysteresis
: Set within the display range of 0 to 100%.
Acts on high or low limit alarm, and does not affect the battery alarm
nor memory full alarm.
• Relay output
: Number of points; 10 (option: Cannot be selected if the number of
input points is 18.)
• Transistor output (open collector output):
18 points (option)
• Alarm latch function
: Holds alarm indication and alarm output even after measurement
value has left the alarm range.
ON/OFF operation is performed according to key setting.
6. Power supply
• Rated power voltage
: 100V to 240V AC
• Range of operating voltage : 90 to 264V AC
• Supply frequency
: 50/60Hz ±2% (both employable)
• Power consumption
Power voltage
Consumption
100V AC
About 36VA
240V AC
About 47VA
7. Structure
• Mounting method
: Panel-mounted (vertical panel) or portable (desktop type)
• Thickness of panel
: 2 to 26 mm
• Materials
: PC-ABS for case and bezel
• Color
: Black
• External dimensions
: Panel-mounted: 160 (W) × 144 (H) × 185 (D) mm
Portable: 160 (W) × 179 (H) × 206.6 (D) mm
• Mass
: About 1.5 kg (9-point input, without option)
• External terminal board
: M3 screw terminals
8. Normal operating condition
• Power voltage
: 90 to 264V AC
• Supply frequency
: 50/60 Hz ±2% (both employable)
• Ambient temperature
: Panel-mounted
0 to 50°C (without Ethernet function) *1
0 to 40°C (with Ethernet function) *2
Portable
0 to 40°C
• Ambient humidity
: 20 to 80% RH
• Vibration
: 10 to 60Hz 0.2m/s2 or less
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• Shock
: None
• Magnetic field
: 400 A/m or less
• Signal source resistance
: Thermocouple input …. 1kΩ or less
Resistance bulb input… 10Ω/wire or less (resistance of each wire of
3-wire system should be balanced).
Voltage input… 0.1% or less of input resistance
• Mounting posture
: Forward tilt 0°, backward tilt within 30°, horizontal 0°
• Warm-up time
: One hour or more after power ON
*1: When 0, 1, 2 or 3 is selected for the 14th digit of the code symbols
*2: When 4, 5, 6 or 7 is selected for the 14th digit of the code symbols
9. Reference standard
• Accuracy/resolution
: Measuring conditions (23±2°C, 65±10% RH, power voltage, frequency fluctuation within ±1%, no external noise, warm-up time of
1 hour or more, vertical mounting, standard values of signal source
resistance and wiring resistance… within 1%)
Input types
Thermocouple B
R
S
K
E
J
T
N
W
L
U
PN
Digital indication
accuracy
Note 1
Digital indication
resolution
±(0.15%+1 digit)
±(0.3%+1 digit)
for the range shown below.
Thermocouple B :
400 to 600°C
Thermocouples R and S :
0 to 300°C
Thermocouples K, E, J, T,
L, and U : -200 to -100°C
Resistance JPt100
±(0.15%+1 digit)
bulb
Pt100
DC voltage 50mV
500mV
±(0.15%+1 digit)
5V
0.1°C
0.1°C
10µV
100µV
1mV
Note 1) Digital indication accuracy is a percentage (%) of the value in the
measuring range. (Refer to section 12.1 “Input system.”)
Note 2) No error of reference contact compensation of thermocouple is
included.
• Error of reference contact compensation:
K, E, J, T, N, L, U, PN: ­±0.5°C
R, S, B, W: ±1.0°C
(when measured at 0°C or more)
• Max. input voltage
: Thermocouple, resistance bulb, dc voltage: ±10V DC (continuous)
• Input resistance
: Thermocouple, DC voltage: About 1MΩ (Approximately 100 kΩ
when the power is set to OFF)
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10. Others
• Clock
: With calendar function (Christian era)
Accuracy: ±100 ppm or less (monthly error: about 4 minutes)
However, time error at ambient temperature 23±2°C and power ON/
OFF is not included.
• Memory backup
: Parameters are saved to the internal non-volatile flash memory.
The clock is backed up with built-in lithium battery.
Trend data is not backed up.
• Insulation resistance
: 100 MΩ (when measured between each terminal and ground by using
a 500V DC megger)
• Withstand voltage
: Input terminal – input terminal: 500 V AC, 1 min
Power terminal – ground: 2000V AC, 1 min
Input terminal – ground: 500V AC, 1 min
Alarm terminal (contact output) – ground: 2000 V AC, 1 min
Alarm terminal (contact output) – alarm terminal (contact output):
750 V AC, 1 min
Communication terminal – ground: 500 V AC, 1 min
Alarm terminal (open collector) – ground: 500 V AC, 1 min
Power terminal – input terminal: 500 V AC, 1 min
11. Effect on operation conditions
• Effect of power supply fluctuation:
For the fluctuation in the range from 90 to 264VAC (frequency:
50/60Hz)
Reading change: ±(0.2%+1 digit) or lower
For the fluctuation in the range from 47 to 63Hz (power voltage:
100VAC)
Reading change: ±(0.2%+1 digit) or lower
• Effect of input signal resistance:
Thermocouple input: 50µV±1 digit per 100Ω
DC voltage: Fluctuation for the resistance value equivalent to 0.1% of
the input resistance: ±(0.2%+1 digit) or lower
Resistance bulb (for wiring resistance of 10Ω for 1 line (the same for
3 lines))
Reading change: ±(0.2%+1 digit) or lower
• Effect of ambient temperature: Reading change: ±(0.3%+1 digit)/10°C or lower
• Effect of mounting position : For the backward 30° slant
Reading change: ±(0.2%+1 digit) or lower
• Effect of vibration
: When sine wave of 10 to 60Hz with the acceleration of 0.2m/s2 is applied in each direction for 2 hours
Reading change: ±(0.2%+1 digit) or lower
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12. Safety and EMC standard
• Safety standard
: Based on IEC61010-1
• EMC standard
: Based on EN61326
13. Transportation/storage conditions
• Temperature
: -10 to 60°C
• Humidity
: 5 to 90%RH
• Vibration
: 10 to 60Hz, 2.45m/s2 or lower
• Shock
: 294m/s2 or lower (packed state)
14. Additional function (Option)
■ Alarm relay output/DI (14th digit of code symbol: “1, 3, 5 or 7”)
The card with 10-point relay output and 5-point DI input can be mounted.
Cannot be mounted if the number of input points is 18.
• Terminal structure
: M3 screw terminal
• Alarm relay output
: 1a contact output (10 points), Individual channel or common output
(OR output) allowed.
DO1 : Contact capacity;150V/3A AC, 30V/3A DC (resistance load)
DO2 to 10 : Contact capacity; 240V/3A AC, 30V/3A DC (resistance load)
• DI input
: No voltage contact input (5 points)
The following control is allowed by contact input.
(1) Recording start/stop
(2) Message set
(3) F value calculation reset
(4) Totalizing start/stop
(5) Totalized value reset
(6) LCD (backlight) lighting
(7) E-mail sending
ON pulse width: 200 msec or more
OFF pulse width: 200 msec or more
■ Communication, alarm (open collector output), DI input (14th digit of code symbols is “2,
3, 6 or 7”.)
Card having RS485 communication and 18 alarm points (open collector output) and 5 DI input
points can be installed.
• Terminal structure
: M3 screw terminal (DO11 (alarm open collector output), DI6, DIO
source terminal and communication terminal)
D-Sub 25 pin female terminal (DO12 to DO28 (alarm open collector
output)) and DI7 to DI10
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• Communication function
: Electrical specifications: Conform to EIA RS-485
Communication protocol: MODBUS (RTU)
Communication method:
2-wire, half-duplex communication
Synchronous system: Start-stop synchronization
Data format: Data length: 8 data bits
Stop bit: 1 stop bit
Parity: Even, odd, None
Communication rate: 9600, 19200 bps
Maximum number of connectable units:
32 including master (multi drop)
Communication distance (total extension): 500 m max.
RS232C/RS485 converter (recommended):
Model IF-400 (manufactured by Shinko Technos)
• Alarm output : Open collector transistor output (18 points), 30 V DC, 0.1 A, resistance load
• DI input : No-voltage contact input (5 points).
Contact input allows following controls.
(1) Recording start/stop
(2) Message set
(3) F value calculation reset
(4) Totalizing start/stop
(5) Totalized value reset
(6) LCD (backlight) lighting
(7) E-mail sending
ON pulse width: 200 msec or more
OFF pulse width: 200 msec or more
15. Ethernet (Option)
The following can be performed through the Ethernet function.
■ HTTP server (Internet Explorer 6 is available)
Note 1
• Measurement display
: Digitally displays the measurement of each channel of the recorder
and alarm occurrence status.
• Event summary display
: Displays event summary including alarm ON/OFF and issuance of
messages.
• Main unit information display
: Displays memory use conditions and information on the main unit
such as the battery end warning.
• Totalized value display
: Digitally displays the totalized value of each channel of the recorder.
■ FTP server (Internet Explorer 6 available.)
Note 1
• File download
: Record files stored in compact flash (CF) can be downloaded from the
browser.
• File delete
: Record files stored in CF can be deleted from the browser.
• Access authentication
: Authenticates access authority to FTP server.
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■ SMTP (e-mail client)
Transmits e-mails to specified address under the following conditions.
(1) When an alarm turns on or off
(2) When DI is set to ON or OFF
(3) When an error occurs to the main unit (such as low battery or no
memory space)
(4) At specified intervals
■ MODBUS TC/IP
• Data read
: Settings can be read through MODBUS TCP/IP communication.
• Data write
: Settings can be written through MODBUS TCP/IP communication.
Note 1: Netscape isn’t available.
16. Support software
Note:
• Applicable PC: PC/AT-compatible machine.
• Operation on PC98-series machines by NEC is not guaranteed.
• Operation on self-made or shop-brand PCs is not guaranteed.
The following software is provided as standard.
■ Loader software for PC
• Major function
: Performs various parameter setting/change of the main unit.
• O/S
: Windows 2000/XP
• Required memory
: 64MB or larger
• Disk drive
: Windows 2000/XP-capable CD-ROM
• Hard disk capacity
: Free capacity of 30MB or larger required
• Printer
: Windows 2000/XP-capable printer and printer driver
Note: PC loader communication cable (type CGL) is separately required.
■ Data viewer software
• Major function
: Regenerates the past trend record on the PC from the data in the compact flash. Provided with historical trend display and event display
functions.
Data can be changed to CSV file.
• O/S
: Windows 2000/XP
• Required memory
: 64MB or larger
• Disk drive
: Windows 2000/XP-capable CD-ROM drive
• Hard disk drive
: Free capacity of 30MB or larger required
• Printer
: Windows 2000/XP-capable printer and printer driver
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17. Standard function
Function
Display range
voluntary setting
Input type setting
Description
Display range can be set by channel.
Skip function
Trend display
Skips arbitrary channel display/recording
Time display: Time is displayed at the top of the trend
display screen.
Alarm display: On occurrence of an alarm and the restoration, alarm is displayed in the alarm display
field.
The compact flash usage is displayed at the top of the bar
graph.
TAG name display
Screen name display
Unit creation
By channel, Maximum of 8 characters
Displays the screen name (maximum of 16 characters).
Industrial units can be arbitrarily created,
Maximum of 7 digits, 12 types
Arbitrary scaling is allowed in the case of DC voltage input.
Decimal point position can also be arbitrarily set in the range
from -32767 to 32767.
Scaling function
Input type can be set by channel.
(key operation on the front face)
Set the same input type for every 2 channels.
PV shift
Input filter
Shifts the zero point and slant of the reading.
Prevents sudden fluctuation of input for each channel
(primary delay filter)
Time constant: 0 to 900 seconds
Burnout function
Displays the break of thermocouple/resistance bulb input by
scaling out to 100% side.
Regenerates and displays the data stored in the compact
flash by scrolling the screen.
Displays data of a designated time.
Historical trend display
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18. Table 1. Recording capacity
The recording can be made for the period of time listed in the tables shown below under the following
conditions.
• 9 input points
• Recording data format: ASCII
• Recording type: Maximum/minimum recording
• No alarm, nor message, nor other events.
CompactFlash size
Display refreshment cycle
Recordable capacity
(about)
64MB
1 sec
10 sec
Recordable capacity (about)
1 min
10 min
112 hours 46 days 140 days 280 days 7.7 years
CompactFlash size
Display refreshment cycle
30 sec
256MB
1 sec
10 sec
30 sec
1 min
18 days 187 days 1.5 years 3 years
• When the number of input points is 18, the period is approximately one half of those listed in the table.
• In binary format, the period is approximately 4 times as long as those listed in the table.
• For recording type of mean or instantaneous value, the number of days is approximately 2 times as
long.
While compact flash is not in use, recorded date and event date can be stored approximately 600kB in
the main unit.
When recording 9-channel in MAX-MIN recording, approximately 15300 data can be stored.
For 4 hours at the display refresh cycle of 1 second.
The number of the save data varies depending on the number of the event data.
Also, the number of the recording data allowing the historical display is fixed to 400 data.
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A
A
Note) Data such as burn-out, error, and time of occurrence are recorded as
–32768 (with decimal point). Over-/under range Indication is recorded
as 32767/-32767 (with decimal point).
MAX. value and
MIN. value of
each channel
Parameter set values, channel No.,
TAG name, recorded color, input types,
units, display range (0%), display
range (100%), etc. of each channel
Appendices
Appendix 1 Recording format (ASCII)
(1)Trend data file
Available when the program version is V06 or later. (Program version can be checked by selecting
“Parameter setting,” “System information,” and the “Version” on the main unit.)
If the version is V05 or earlier, the information for
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A is not available.
(2) Event data file
A000001.FDT
GR209-0BM0000000-20
SNo.A2M0262T
Ver.V12A
2002/ 4/18 23:32:00,A,01,2,02,1
2002/ 4/18 23:32:00,M,Low temperature attention
2002/ 4/18 23:45:22,A,03,3,01,1
2002/ 4/18 23:45:22,M,Humidity is abnormal.
2002/ 4/18 23:47:21,A,03,3,01,0
2002/ 4/18 23:47:28,A,03,4,02,1
2002/ 4/18 23:47:28,M,Humidity is abnormal.
2002/ 4/19 00:39:46,A,03,4,02,0
2002/ 4/19 00:41:26,A,01,2,02,0
2002/ 4/19 00:41:26,M,Low temperature attention off
2002/ 4/19 00:42:27,A,03,4,02,1
2002/ 4/19 00:42:27,M,Humidity is abnormal.
2002/ 4/19 00:43:12,A,03,4,02,0
2002/ 4/19 00:52:37,A,01,1,01,1
2002/ 4/19 00:52:37,M,High temperature attention
2002/ 4/19 02:05:58,A,01,1,01,0
2002/ 4/19 02:05:58,M,High temperature attention off
2002/ 4/19 02:42:38,A,01,2,02,1
2002/ 4/19 02:42:38,M,Low temperature attention
2002/ 4/19 02:55:48,A,03,3,01,1
2002/ 4/19 02:55:48,M,Humidity is abnormal.
2002/ 4/19 02:57:51,A,03,3,01,0
2002/ 4/19 02:57:57,A,03,4,02,1
2002/ 4/19 02:57:57,M,Humidity is abnormal.
2002/ 4/19 03:50:02,A,03,4,02,0
2002/ 4/19 03:51:40,A,01,2,02,0
2002/ 4/19 03:51:40,M,Low temperature attention off
2002/ 4/19 04:02:53,A,01,1,01,1
2002/ 4/19 04:02:53,M,High temperature attention
2002/ 4/19 05:16:14,A,01,1,01,0
2002/ 4/19 05:16:14,M,High temperature attention off
,01
,01
Message data
,01
,01
,01
,01
,01
,01
,01
,01
,01
,01
,01
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“Occurrence of alarm” data
Year, month, day, time, type (A), channel No., alarm No.
Alarm types (1: H, 2: L)
Alarm start (1) and alarm cancel (0)
Appendix 2 Parameters that cannot be set during recording
Channel parameter
Input types
Units
Scaling (measuring range, engineering value)
Square rooter
Logarithmic calculation
TAG
Display color
Display range
Recording types
Recording mode
F value calculation function
F value calculation decimal position
Recording parameters
Display refreshment cycles
File division cycle
File overwrite function
Trend display compression function
Display naming
Display structure
Unit parameters
Clock
Recorder data format
Functions that cannot be Channel parameter copying function
used during recording
Parameter initialization
Loading setting value from compact flash
Math channel parameter copying function
Math channel parameter
Arithmetic operation
Unit
Scaling (measuring range, engineering value)
Square rooter
Logarithmic calculation
TAG
Display color
Display range
Recording types
Recording mode
F value calculation function
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Appendix 3 Parameters that cannot be set during totalizing
Channel parameter
Totalizing type
Totalizing calculation mode
External input
Totalizing unit time
Totalizing reset mode
Totalize reset input
Totalizing TAG
Totalize unit
Totalizing lower limit cut value
Totalizing divisor
Totalizing parameters
Totalized time for daily report
Base date for annual report
External input signal
Unit parameters
Clock
Recorder data format
Functions that cannot be Initializing setting value
used during totalizing
Loading setting value from compact flash
Math channel parameter
Totalizing type
Totalizing calculation mode
External input
Totalizing unit time
Totalizing reset mode
Totalize reset input
Totalizing TAG
Totalize unit
Totalizing lower limit cut value
Totalizing divisor
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Appendix 4Opening this instrument record data in ASCII
format on Excel
Note 1: Binary format record data cannot be opened with the method shown below. (See section 8.20
Setting for record data format for details.)
Note 2: The record data of 10MB or larger in case of 9-point input, and 5MB or larger in case of
18-point input cannot be opened on Excel. In these cases, read the data using the data viewer
(contained in the attached CD-ROM) and perform CSV conversion to divide the file, which
allows the data to be read.
(1) Start up Excel, select “File(F)” and the “Open (O)” on the menu to display the following screen.
(2)
(2) Select “All” for the file type, and select this instrument record data (S****.FDT).
(3) Selecting the file displays the following data format setting screen. Select “Dividing characters
such as a comma or a tab…..” for the original data format, and then press the “Next” button.
(3)
(4) Pressing the “Next” button displays the following screen.
Check “Comma (C)” in the dividing character setting.
(4)
(5) Pressing the “Exit (E)” button displays the record data of this instrument.
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Appendix 5Timing of recording
The timing of recording varies depending on display refresh cycle and integration record cycle.
Example: When the recording is started at 08:45 at the display refresh cycle of 20 minutes, the data is recorded next when the clock indicates 0, that is, at 09:00. The recording will thus be performed at
09:20, 09:40, 10:00 …..etc.
Display refresh
cycle
Data is recorded when this instrument clock indicates the following time.
1 second
Every second
2 seconds
Every even-numbered second
3 seconds
At 0, 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 36, 39, 42, 45, 48, 51, 54, 57 seconds
5 seconds
At 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55 seconds
10 seconds
At 0, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 seconds
20 seconds
At 0, 20, 40 seconds
30 seconds
At 0, 30 seconds
1 minute
Every minute (When 0 is displayed. The same for the following)
2 minutes
Every even-numbered minute
3 minutes
At 0, 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 36, 39, 42, 45, 48, 51, 54, 57 minutes
5 minutes
At 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55 minutes
10 minutes
At 0, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 minutes
20 minutes
At 0, 20, 40 minutes
30 minutes
At 0, 30 minutes
1 hour
Every hour (When “0 m :0 s” is displayed. The same for the following)
2 hours
Every even-numbered hour
3 hours
At 0, 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21 hours
4 hours
At 0, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20 hours
6 hours
At 0, 6, 12, 18 hours
12 hours
At 0, 12 hours
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Appendix 6 Screen configuration
Measurement
value display
screen
Setting item
Parameter setting screen
Trend screen ------------ Channel ------ ---- Input setting
screen
setting
Input type, scaling, unit, measurement range,
engineering value, square root extraction, logarithmic calculation
(8.4)
Bar graph screen
---- Calculation
setting screen (8.5)
Input filter, subtraction, PV shift, PV inclination,
F value calculation function
Analog meter
screen
---- Alarm setting
screen
(8.6)
Alarm operation, DO relay No.,
alarm measurement value
---- F value
calculation
setting screen (8.7)
---- Copy screen (8.8)
Reference temperature, Z value, decimal point
position, reset temperature, manual reset
Instantaneous
value display
screen
Totalized value
display screen
(Selected channels or all channels can be copied.)
Event display
screen
---- Display ------ ---- Display update
record
cycle screen (8.9)
setting
Historical display
---Range setting
screen
(8.10)
screen
Display update cycle, file division cycle, file overwrite,
trend display compression
Ethernet log
display screen
Tag No., Tag No.2, display color, display range, recording type,
recording operation
---- Message
setting screen (8.11)
Message, message timing
---- Screen
setting 1
Screen name, screen configuration channel
(8.12)
---- Screen
setting 2
(8.12)
---- Background
color setting
(8.13)
Trend direction, number of screen division, scale
display, bar graph/meter selection, color bar display
selection
Background color for real time trend screen and
historical trend screen
---- Main unit ----- ---- Register data
setting
screen
(8.14)
---- LCD OFF
time screen
(8.15)
---- Unit defining
screen
(8.16)
---- DI setting
screen
(8.17)
Register data
LCD OFF time
Unit
DI function
---- Alarm setting
screen
(8.18)
---- Clock
adjustment
screen
Alarm hysteresis, alarm latch,
memory full alarm, battery alarm
(8.19)
---- Record data
format screen (8.20)
Record data format
---- RS-485
communication setting
screen
Station No., baud rate, parity, front communication
---- Ethernet
communication setting
screen
(8.21)
-------(8.22)
Ethernet
setting 1
screen (8.22)
---- Ethernet
setting 2
screen (8.22)
---- E-mail
setting 1
screen (8.23)
---- E-mail
setting 2
screen (8.23)
---- E-mail
trigger
setting
screen (8.24)
---- User
account
setting
screen (8.25)
---- Password setting
(8.26)
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IP address, subnet mask, default gateway
FTP server function, FTP access control, Web server
function, E-mail function, MODBUS TCP/IP
SMTP address, sender's address, sender's name
Receiver's address
Title, trigger timing, text 1, text 2, measured value
affixation, receiver's address No., E-mail send test
User name, password, user level
Parameter setting
Memory card operation/recording start/stop
Measurement
value display
screen
Setting item
Parameter setting screen
---- Memory ------ --- Record data
display screen (8.27)
card
Record data display
--- Memory card
removing
screen
(8.28)
Memory card removing
--- Reading
settings
screen
Reading settings
(8.29)
--- Writing
settings
screen
(8.30)
Writing settings
---- Totalize ------ ---- Daily type
screen
function
------------ Channel
Totalize cycle, base day, external input,
(8.32)
setting 1
totalize calculation operation, totalize type,
screen
(8.33) digital type, totalize base time,
---- Monthly type
---- Channel
totalize reset operation, totalize TAG, totalize unit,
screen
(8.35)
setting 2
(8.34) totalize cut value, totalize scaling value
screen
---- Annual type
(8.36)
screen
---- External type
screen
(8.37)
---- Totalize start/stop
(8.38)
screen
Totalize start/stop
---- Totalize
reset screen (8.39)
Totalize reset
---- Math
------ ---- Formula
setting screen (8.41)
channel
function
---- Input setting (8.42)
screen
Arithmetic operation
Unit, measurement range, engineering value,
square rooter
---- Calculation
setting screen (8.43)
Input filter, substraction, PV shift, PV gain,
F value calculation function
---- Alarm setting (8.44)
screen
Alarm operation, DO relay No.,
alarm measurement value
---- Range setting (8.45)
screeng
TAG No., TAG No.2, display color, display range,
recording type, recording operation
---- Math channel
copy screen (8.46)
Selected math channels or all math channels
can be copied.
---- Math timer
setting screen (8.47)
Math timer
---- Constant
setting screen (8.48)
Constant
---- System ------------ Version screen (9.1)
information
---- Calibration
password
screen
(1234)
Input adjustment, special setting (*1), set value
initialization, adjusted value initialization (*1),
version
(9.1)
*1: Do not manipulate.
: Setting can be locked by parameter setting password.
: Setting can be locked by compact flash operation password.
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SHINKO TECHNOS CO., LTD.
OVERSEAS DIVISION
Reg. Office: 2-5-1, Senbahigashi, Minoo, Osaka, Japan
URL
: http://www.shinko-technos.co.jp
E-mail
: [email protected]
Tel : 81-72-727-6100
Fax: 81-72-727-7006
No. GR22E2 2010.01
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