DR4500A Classic Series Circular Chart Recorder With or Without

DR4500A Classic Series Circular Chart Recorder With or Without
DR4500A Classic Series Circular Chart
Recorder With or Without Control
Product Manual
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How to Apply Digital Instrumentation in Severe Electrical
Noise Environments
51-52-05-01
Modbus® RTU Serial Communications User Manual
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Modbus® RTU Serial Communications user Manual
Configuration Interface for DR4500
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Symbol Definitions
The following table lists those symbols used in this document to denote certain conditions.
Symbol
Definition
This CAUTION symbol on the equipment refers the user to the Product Manual for
additional information. This symbol appears next to required information in the manual.
WARNING
PERSONAL INJURY: Risk of electrical shock. This symbol warns the user of a
potential shock hazard where HAZARDOUS LIVE voltages greater than 30 Vrms, 42.4
Vpeak, or 60 VDC may be accessible. Failure to comply with these instructions
could result in death or serious injury.
ATTENTION, Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) hazards. Observe precautions for
handling electrostatic sensitive devices
Protective Earth (PE) terminal. Provided for connection of the protective earth (green
or green/yellow) supply system conductor.
Functional earth terminal. Used for non-safety purposes such as noise immunity
improvement. NOTE: This connection shall be bonded to protective earth at the
source of supply in accordance with national local electrical code requirements.
Earth Ground. Functional earth connection. NOTE: This connection shall be bonded to
Protective earth at the source of supply in accordance with national and local electrical
code requirements.
Chassis Ground. Identifies a connection to the chassis or frame of the equipment shall
be bonded to Protective Earth at the source of supply in accordance with national and
local electrical code requirements.
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Contents
1. Overview ............................................................................................ 1
1.1
Introduction ........................................................................................................ 1
1.2
Operator Interface ............................................................................................. 3
1.3
Set-up Tasks ..................................................................................................... 5
2. Installation .......................................................................................... 7
2.1
Overview ............................................................................................................ 7
2.2
Model Number Interpretation ........................................................................... 13
2.3
Mounting Considerations and Overall Dimensions ......................................... 16
2.4
Mounting Methods ........................................................................................... 17
2.5
Wiring Prerequisites ........................................................................................ 27
2.6
Input Wiring Procedures .................................................................................. 29
2.7
Output Wiring Procedures ............................................................................... 39
2.8
Option Wiring Procedures ............................................................................... 45
2.9
Lockout Switch Configuration .......................................................................... 54
3. Configuration ................................................................................... 55
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3.1
Overview .......................................................................................................... 55
3.2
Configuration Prompts ..................................................................................... 56
3.3
How To Get Started ......................................................................................... 58
3.4
Configuration Tips ........................................................................................... 59
3.5
Configuration Procedure ................................................................................. 60
3.6
Input Set Up Group.......................................................................................... 62
3.7
Pen Set Up Group ........................................................................................... 64
3.8
Chart Set Up Group ......................................................................................... 65
3.9
Totalizer Set Up Group .................................................................................... 66
3.10
Control Set Up Group ...................................................................................... 67
3.11
Tuning Parameters Set Up Group ................................................................... 69
3.12
SP Ramp Set Up Groups ................................................................................ 70
3.13
Timer Set Up Group ........................................................................................ 71
3.14
Alarms Set Up Group ...................................................................................... 72
3.15
Auxiliary Output Set Up Group ........................................................................ 74
3.16
Modbus Communications Set Up Group ......................................................... 75
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Options Set Up Group ..................................................................................... 76
3.18
Lockout Set Up Group ..................................................................................... 77
3.19
Configuration Record Sheet ............................................................................ 78
4. Configuration Parameter Definitions ................................................ 81
4.1
Overview .......................................................................................................... 81
4.2
Input Parameters Set Up Group ...................................................................... 82
4.3
Pen Parameters Set Up Group ....................................................................... 86
4.4
Chart Parameters Set Up Group ..................................................................... 88
4.5
Total Parameters Set Up Group ...................................................................... 89
4.6
Control Parameters Set Up Group .................................................................. 91
4.7
Tuning Parameters Set Up Group ................................................................. 100
4.8
Setpoint Ramp Set Up Group........................................................................ 103
4.9
Timer Set Up Group ...................................................................................... 105
4.10
Alarms Set Up Group .................................................................................... 106
4.11
Auxiliary Output Set Up Group ...................................................................... 109
4.12
Modbus Communications Set Up Group ....................................................... 111
4.13
Options Set Up Group ................................................................................... 112
4.14
Lockout Parameters Set Up Group ............................................................... 114
5. Operation ....................................................................................... 115
5.1
Overview ........................................................................................................ 115
5.2
Preparation .................................................................................................... 116
5.3
Start-up .......................................................................................................... 118
5.4
Monitoring Your Recorder ............................................................................. 121
5.5
Operator Functions ........................................................................................ 128
5.6
Operating Modes ........................................................................................... 129
5.7
Setpoints ........................................................................................................ 131
5.8
Single Setpoint Ramp .................................................................................... 133
5.9
Using Two Sets of Tuning Constants (PID Values) ...................................... 136
5.10
Using Accutune II .......................................................................................... 139
5.11
Alarm Setpoints ............................................................................................. 142
5.12
Digital Input Option (Remote Switching) ....................................................... 143
5.13
Resetting and Displaying Totalizer Value ..................................................... 144
5.14
Monitoring the External Event Operation ...................................................... 146
5.15
Maximizing Pen Life ...................................................................................... 146
5.16
Routine Maintenance..................................................................................... 147
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5.17
Installing/Replacing Chart ............................................................................. 148
6. Setpoint Ramp/Soak Programming and Operation ........................ 149
6.1
Overview ........................................................................................................ 149
6.2
Setpoint Program Contents ........................................................................... 151
6.3
Drawing a Ramp/Soak Profile ....................................................................... 154
6.4
Entering the Setpoint Program Data ............................................................. 159
6.5
SP RAMP1 and SP RAMP2 Set Up Group ................................................... 161
6.6
Setpoint Program Profiles Set Up Group ...................................................... 163
6.7
Setpoint Program Segments Set Up Group .................................................. 165
6.8
Setpoint Program Event Set Up Group ......................................................... 168
6.9
Run/Monitor the Program .............................................................................. 172
7. Input Calibration ............................................................................. 175
7.1
Overview ........................................................................................................ 175
7.2
Restoring Factory Calibration ........................................................................ 176
7.3
Minimum and Maximum Range Values......................................................... 178
7.4
Preliminary Information ................................................................................. 178
7.5
Calibration Set Up and Wiring for PV Inputs ................................................. 181
7.6
Calibration Procedure .................................................................................... 190
8. Output Calibration .......................................................................... 193
8.1
Overview ........................................................................................................ 193
8.2
Current Proportional Output/Aux Out 2 and 3 Calibration ............................. 194
8.3
Position Proportional Output Calibration ....................................................... 196
8.4
Auxiliary Output Calibration ........................................................................... 199
9. Troubleshooting / Service .............................................................. 201
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Overview ........................................................................................................ 201
9.2
Troubleshooting Aids ..................................................................................... 203
9.3
Self Diagnostics ............................................................................................. 205
9.4
Visual Failure Symptoms ............................................................................... 211
9.5
Troubleshooting Procedures ......................................................................... 212
9.6
Pen Alignment ............................................................................................... 218
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10. Parts List ........................................................................................ 221
10.1
Overview ........................................................................................................ 221
10.2
Exploded Views ............................................................................................. 222
10.3
Miscellaneous Hardware Kit Contents .......................................................... 229
10.4
Internal Cabling Data – Without Options ....................................................... 230
10.5
Internal Wiring Diagram – Options Only ........................................................ 231
A. Foreign Language Safety Instructions ........................................... 233
DA2I-6057 ................................................................................................................ 234
DU2I-6057 ................................................................................................................ 235
FI2I-6057 .................................................................................................................. 236
FR2I-6057 ................................................................................................................. 236
GE2I-6057 ................................................................................................................ 238
GR2I-6057 ................................................................................................................ 239
IT2I-6057 .................................................................................................................. 240
NO2I-6057 ................................................................................................................ 241
PO2I-6057 ................................................................................................................ 242
SP2I-6057 ................................................................................................................. 243
SW2I-6057 ................................................................................................................ 244
Index ................................................................................................... 245
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Tables
Table 1-1 Function of keys .......................................................................................................................................... 4
Table 2-1 Operating limits and condensed specifications ........................................................................................... 8
Table 2-2 Procedure to access components ............................................................................................................... 14
Table 2-3 Mounting flush in a new panel cutout ....................................................................................................... 18
Table 2-4 Reference data for mounting DR4500A in existing panel cutouts ............................................................ 19
Table 2-5 Mounting flush in a panel using universal filler kit ................................................................................... 20
Table 2-6 Mounting flush in a panel using Kent Model 105M cutout....................................................................... 21
Table 2-7 Procedure for Mounting Recorder with NEMA4X Door .......................................................................... 22
Table 2-8 Pipe Mounting Procedure .......................................................................................................................... 24
Table 2-9 Mounting flush on a surface (of panel or wall) ......................................................................................... 25
Table 2-10 Permissible wiring bundling .................................................................................................................... 28
Table 2-11 AC line power wiring .............................................................................................................................. 31
Table 2-12 Thermocouple, RTD, Radiamatic, mV, or 0–5 Vdc input wiring ........................................................... 33
Table 2-13 4-20 mA input wiring .............................................................................................................................. 35
Table 2-14 0-10 Volt dc input wiring ........................................................................................................................ 37
Table 2-15 4-20 mA control output wiring ................................................................................................................ 39
Table 2-16 Position proportional control output wiring ............................................................................................ 41
Table 2-17 Relay control output wiring ..................................................................................................................... 43
Table 2-18 Alarm output or digital input wiring ....................................................................................................... 45
Table 2-19 Alarm 3 and Alarm 4 output wiring ........................................................................................................ 47
Table 2-20 Alarm 5 and Alarm 6 output wiring ........................................................................................................ 48
Table 2-21 RS485 Modbus communications wiring ................................................................................................. 50
Table 2-22 4-20 mA auxiliary output wiring ............................................................................................................. 52
Table 3-1 Configuration tips...................................................................................................................................... 59
Table 3-2 Configuration procedure............................................................................................................................ 60
Table 3-3 Input group function prompts .................................................................................................................... 62
Table 3-4 Pen 1 or 2 group function prompts ............................................................................................................ 64
Table 3-5 Chart group function prompts ................................................................................................................... 65
Table 3-6 Totalizer group function prompts .............................................................................................................. 66
Table 3-7 Control 1 or Control 2 group function prompts ......................................................................................... 67
Table 3-8 Tuning 1 or Tuning 2 group function prompts .......................................................................................... 69
Table 3-9 SP Ramp 1 or 2 group function prompts ................................................................................................... 70
Table 3-10 Timer group function prompts................................................................................................................. 71
Table 3-11 Priority of functions that operate relays ................................................................................................... 72
Table 3-12 Alarms group function prompts............................................................................................................... 73
Table 3-13 Auxiliary output group function prompts ................................................................................................ 74
Table 3-14 Modbus communications group function prompts .................................................................................. 75
Table 3-15 Options group function prompts .............................................................................................................. 76
Table 3-16 Lockout group function prompts ............................................................................................................. 77
Table 4-1 Input group definitions .............................................................................................................................. 82
Table 4-2 Pen 1 or 2 group definitions ...................................................................................................................... 86
Table 4-3 Chart parameters group definitions ........................................................................................................... 88
Table 4-4 Totalizer group definitions ........................................................................................................................ 89
Table 4-5 Control 1 or 2 group definitions ................................................................................................................ 91
Table 4-6 Tuning group prompt definitions............................................................................................................. 100
Table 4-7 Setpoint Ramp 1 or 2 group definitions .................................................................................................. 103
Table 4-8 Timer group definitions ........................................................................................................................... 105
Table 4-9 Priority of functions that operate relays ................................................................................................... 106
Table 4-10 Alarms group definitions ....................................................................................................................... 107
Table 4-11 Auxiliary output group definitions ........................................................................................................ 109
Table 4-12 Modbus communications group definitions .......................................................................................... 111
Table 4-13 Option group definitions ....................................................................................................................... 112
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Table 4-14 Lockout group definitions ..................................................................................................................... 114
Table 5-1 Install/replace chart ................................................................................................................................. 116
Table 5-2 Set the chart time line procedure ............................................................................................................. 118
Table 5-3 Power up diagnostic tests ........................................................................................................................ 118
Table 5-4 Procedure for testing the displays and keys............................................................................................. 119
Table 5-5 Procedure for starting up the recorder ..................................................................................................... 120
Table 5-6 Meaning of indicators.............................................................................................................................. 123
Table 5-7 Lower display key parameter prompts .................................................................................................... 125
Table 5-8 Error messages ........................................................................................................................................ 126
Table 5-9 Alarm and tuning messages ...................................................................................................................... 127
Table 5-10 Operating mode definitions ................................................................................................................... 129
Table 5-11 Changing operating modes .................................................................................................................... 129
Table 5-12 Procedure for selecting automatic or manual mode .............................................................................. 130
Table 5-13 Procedure for selecting the setpoint source ........................................................................................... 131
Table 5-14 Procedure for changing the local setpoint ............................................................................................. 131
Table 5-15 Procedure for switching between setpoints ........................................................................................... 132
Table 5-16 Setpoint selection indication ................................................................................................................. 132
Table 5-17 Procedure for configuring a single setpoint ramp.................................................................................. 133
Table 5-18 Procedure for running a setpoint ramp .................................................................................................. 134
Table 5-19 Procedure for selecting two sets of tuning constants ............................................................................. 136
Table 5-20 Procedure for setting switchover values ................................................................................................ 137
Table 5-21 Procedure for setting tuning constant values ......................................................................................... 137
Table 5-22 Procedure for switching PID sets from the keyboard ............................................................................ 138
Table 5-23 Procedure for starting Accutune II ......................................................................................................... 139
Table 5-24 Procedure for using Accutune for duplex control.................................................................................. 140
Table 5-25 Procedure for displaying or changing the alarm setpoints ...................................................................... 142
Table 5-26 Digital input option action on contact closure ....................................................................................... 143
Table 5-27 Procedure for resetting the totalizer ...................................................................................................... 144
Table 5-28 Procedure for displaying the totalizer value .......................................................................................... 145
Table 5-29 Maximizing pen life .............................................................................................................................. 146
Table 5-30 Changing the ink cartridge .................................................................................................................... 147
Table 5-31 Replacing a chart lamp .......................................................................................................................... 147
Table 6-1 Parameter settings for example 12-step profile ........................................................................................ 155
Table 6-2 Setpoint program data entry procedure ................................................................................................... 159
Table 6-3 SP RAMP prompts and available selections ............................................................................................ 161
Table 6-4 Setpoint program profiles group definitions............................................................................................ 163
Table 6-5 Setpoint program segments group definitions ......................................................................................... 165
Table 6-6 Setpoint program event group definitions ............................................................................................... 168
Table 6-7 Segment event relay operation requirements............................................................................................ 169
Table 6-8 Run/Monitor functions ............................................................................................................................ 172
Table 7-1 Restoring factory calibration ................................................................................................................... 176
Table 7-2 Voltage and resistance equivalents for 0% and 100% range values ........................................................ 178
Table 7-3 Disconnect the field wiring ..................................................................................................................... 179
Table 7-4 Equipment needed ................................................................................................................................... 179
Table 7-5 General set up procedure ......................................................................................................................... 182
Table 7-6 Set up wiring procedure for Thermocouple inputs using an ice bath ...................................................... 183
Table 7-7 Set up wiring procedure for Thermocouple inputs using a compensated calibrator method ................... 184
Table 7-8 Set up wiring procedure for Thermocouple inputs using the ambient temperature method .................... 185
Table 7-9 Set up wiring procedure for RTD inputs ................................................................................................. 186
Table 7-10 Set up wiring procedure for Radiamatic, Millivolts, and Volts inputs (except 0-10 Volts) .................. 187
Table 7-11 Set up wiring procedure for 0–10 Volt inputs ....................................................................................... 188
Table 7-12 Set up wiring procedure for 4–20 mA inputs ........................................................................................ 189
Table 7-13 Calibration procedure sequence ............................................................................................................ 190
Table 8-1 Set up wiring procedure current proportional output/Aux Out 2 and 3 ................................................... 194
Table 8-2 Current proportional output/Aux Out 2 and 3 calibration procedure ...................................................... 195
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Table 8-3 Position proportional output calibration procedure ................................................................................. 197
Table 8-4 Set up wiring procedure for auxiliary output........................................................................................... 199
Table 8-5 Auxiliary output calibration procedure.................................................................................................... 200
Table 9-1 Procedure for identifying the software version ....................................................................................... 204
Table 9-2 Power-up tests ......................................................................................................................................... 205
Table 9-3 Procedure for displaying the device status .............................................................................................. 206
Table 9-4 Error message prompts ............................................................................................................................ 207
Table 9-5 Visual failure symptoms .......................................................................................................................... 211
Table 9-6 Procedure #1—Troubleshooting recorder failure symptoms................................................................... 212
Table 9-7 Procedure #2—Troubleshooting pen trace failure symptoms ................................................................. 213
Table 9-8 Procedure #3—Troubleshooting chart rotation failure symptoms........................................................... 213
Table 9-9 Procedure #4—Troubleshooting erratic pen movement symptoms......................................................... 214
Table 9-10 Procedure #5—Troubleshooting pen failure symptoms ........................................................................ 214
Table 9-11 Procedure #6—Troubleshooting keyboard and/or display failure symptoms ....................................... 214
Table 9-12 Procedure #7—Troubleshooting current proportional output failure symptoms ................................... 215
Table 9-13 Procedure #8—Troubleshooting position proportional output failure symptoms ................................. 215
Table 9-14 Procedure #9—Troubleshooting relay output failure symptoms ........................................................... 216
Table 9-15 Procedure #10—Troubleshooting current/time or time/current failure symptoms ................................ 216
Table 9-16 Procedure #11—Troubleshooting the auxiliary output ......................................................................... 217
Table 9-17 Procedure #12—Troubleshooting external alarm function failure symptoms ....................................... 217
Table 9-18 Procedure #13—Troubleshooting Modbus communications failure symptoms.................................... 217
Table 9-19 Pen 1 (purple) and Pen 2 (red) Mechanical Alignment ......................................................................... 218
Table 9-20 Set the chart time line procedure ........................................................................................................... 220
Table 10-1 Door assembly parts .............................................................................................................................. 222
Table 10-2 Chart plate assembly parts ..................................................................................................................... 224
Table 10-3 Basic recorder parts without options ..................................................................................................... 226
Table 10-4 Recorder parts associated with options ................................................................................................. 228
Table 10-5 Miscellaneous hardware kit ................................................................................................................... 229
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Figure 1-1 Operator interface ...................................................................................................................................... 3
Figure 1-2 Set-up tasks ................................................................................................................................................ 5
Figure 2-1 Model number interpretation ................................................................................................................... 13
Figure 2-2 DR4500A recorder hardware components versus “table” selections ....................................................... 15
Figure 2-3 Overall dimensions .................................................................................................................................. 16
Figure 2-4 How to remove knockouts ....................................................................................................................... 17
Figure 2-5 Mounting Flush in a New Panel Cutout ................................................................................................... 18
Figure 2-6 Mounting in a panel using universal filler kit .......................................................................................... 20
Figure 2-7 Mounting in a panel using Kent Model 105M cutout .............................................................................. 21
Figure 2-8 Panel Mounting Recorder with NEMA4X Door....................................................................................... 23
Figure 2-9 Pipe Mounting Brackets ........................................................................................................................... 24
Figure 2-10 Mounting flush on a surface (of panel or wall) ...................................................................................... 26
Figure 2-11 Ferrite filter locations and shield wiring (CE Mark) .............................................................................. 30
Figure 2-12 AC line power wiring ............................................................................................................................. 32
Figure 2-13 Thermocouple, RTD, Radiamatic, mV, or 0–5 Vdc input wiring .......................................................... 34
Figure 2-14 4-20 mA input wiring............................................................................................................................. 36
Figure 2-15 0-10 Volt dc input wiring ....................................................................................................................... 38
Figure 2-16 4-20 mA control output wiring (or Aux Out #2 and #3 wiring) ............................................................. 40
Figure 2-17 Position proportional control output wiring ........................................................................................... 42
Figure 2-18 Relay control output wiring ................................................................................................................... 44
Figure 2-19 Alarm output or digital input wiring ...................................................................................................... 46
Figure 2-20 Alarm outputs #3, 4, 5, and 6 wiring...................................................................................................... 49
Figure 2-21 RS485 Modbus communications wiring ................................................................................................ 51
Figure 2-22 4-20 mA auxiliary output wiring............................................................................................................ 53
Figure 2-23 S1 lockout switch location ..................................................................................................................... 54
Figure 3-1 DR4500A prompt hierarchy..................................................................................................................... 56
Figure 5-1 Basic recording components .................................................................................................................. 117
Figure 5-2 Operator interface .................................................................................................................................. 122
Figure 5-3 Deviation bargraph................................................................................................................................. 124
Figure 6-1 Ramp/Soak profile example .................................................................................................................... 154
Figure 7-1 Location of the input connections on the input boards .......................................................................... 179
Figure 7-2 Location of jumper positions W1/MA and W3 on the input boards ...................................................... 181
Figure 7-3 Calibration set up diagram for Thermocouple inputs using an ice bath ................................................. 183
Figure 7-4 Calibration set up diagram for Thermocouple inputs using a compensated calibrator method.............. 184
Figure 7-5 Calibration set up diagram for Thermocouple inputs using the ambient temperature method ............... 185
Figure 7-6 Calibration set up diagram for RTD inputs ............................................................................................ 186
Figure 7-7 Calibration set up diagram for Radiamatic, Millivolts, and Volts inputs (except 0-10 Volts) ............... 187
Figure 7-8 Calibration set up diagram for 0–10 Volt inputs .................................................................................... 188
Figure 7-9 Calibration set up diagram for 4–20 mA inputs ..................................................................................... 189
Figure 8-1 Test equipment connections for calibrating current proportional output ............................................... 194
Figure 8-2 Test equipment connections for calibrating auxiliary output ................................................................. 199
Figure 9-1 Mechanical Alignment of Pens .............................................................................................................. 219
Figure 10-1 Door assembly ..................................................................................................................................... 222
Figure 10-2 Chart plate assembly ............................................................................................................................ 223
Figure 10-3 Basic recorder components without options ........................................................................................ 225
Figure 10-4 Recorder components associated with options..................................................................................... 227
Figure 10-5 Internal cabling for DR4500A Classic recorder ................................................................................... 230
Figure 10-6 Internal diagram for DR4500A Classic recorder – options only .......................................................... 231
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1. Overview
1.1 Introduction
Function
The DR4500A Classic Series recorder combines the simplicity of pen drawn analog traces with the
sophistication of microprocessor controlled functions. This combination results in a user configurable
recorder that is easily adapted to meet a variety of application requirements—from blast furnace to
laboratory.
In addition to recording analog traces, the Classic Series recorder continuously displays process variable
values in the selected engineering units.
Both one-pen and two-pen models accept inputs from any one of a variety of sensors or transmitters within
the configurable range limits. Also, models are available with one or two digital controllers to generate
controlled output signals to operate valves, dampers, heating elements, etc. for process control.
CE Conformity (Europe)
Indicated models of this product are in conformity with the protection requirements of the following
European Council Directives: 73/23/EEC, the Low Voltage Directive, and 89/336/EEC, the EMC
Directive. Conformity of this product with any other “CE Mark” Directive(s) shall not be assumed.
Deviation from the installation conditions specified in this manual, and the special conditions for CE
conformity in Section 2.1, may invalidate this product’s conformity with the Low Voltage and EMC
Directives.
ATTENTION
The emission limits of EN 61326 are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when this equipment is operated in an industrial environment. Operation
of this equipment in a residential area may cause harmful interference. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and may cause interference to radio
and television reception when the equipment is used closer than 30 meters (98 feet) to the
antenna(e). In special cases, when highly susceptible apparatus is used in close proximity, the
user may have to employ additional mitigating measures to further reduce the electromagnetic
emissions of this equipment.
Microprocessor controlled recording and printing
Both the chart and the pen are driven by stepper motors which are controlled by the microprocessor with
configurable chart speed through the keyboard.
The microprocessor uses the configured chart range data as well as the input data to determine the proper
pen position.
The stepper motor accurately positions the pen drive without damping, thus eliminating the need for
slidewire feedback gearing and drive cables.
A configurable deviation recording function lets users show graphically the difference between a reference
input and a process variable input.
Users can designate the channel 1 input or enter a deviation setpoint value as the reference input.
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Introduction
Digital controller
The DR4500A recorder includes an integral microprocessor-based, PID controller with two loops of
control. A variety of output types, including a duplex variation for heat cool applications, lets you select the
output that is right for your final control element.
You can configure the control action as On-Off, PID-A, PID-B, or PD with manual reset. English language
prompts guide you through the entry of all the controller's configurable parameters.
Construction
The DR4500 recorder is housed in a molded case which can be panel or surface mounted. A glass or acrylic
windowed door protects the internal components while allowing easy access to the chart and operator
interface. An optional external keypad that allows operator selections without opening the door is available.
Circuitry is partitioned on printed circuit boards for ease of service.
Power, input, and output wiring connect to terminations inside the case. Knockouts in the sides and bottom
of the case accept conduit connections for convenient wire entry.
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Operator Interface
1.2 Operator Interface
Operator interface
Figure 1-1 shows the operator interface and defines the displays and indicators. The function of the keys is
described in Table 1-1.
Indicates temperature
units of PV
Upper Display - six characters
Normal operation - Displays process
variable (PV) for selected channel.
Configuration mode - Displays selection or
parameter value.
Alarm condition
exists for alarm 1
or 2, when lit.
PV displayed is
for channel 1 or 2
Remote setpoint or
2nd setpoint is
active, when lit.
Blinks when 2nd
setpoint or remote
setpoint is
obtained through
remote switch.
ALM 12
Indicates controller mode:
MAN = Manual
Key Pad/Key Functions
A = Automatic
FC
CHN 12
MAN
FUNC
LOWR
DISP
%
RSP
SET
UP
OUT 12
Control relay
1 or 2 is ON,
when lit.
Lower Display - eight characters
Normal operation - Displays selectable
operating parameters and values.
Configuration mode - Displays function
group and parameters.
MAN
AUTO
CHART
RUN
HOLD
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Bargraph - deviation (±10% of span)
Center green bar indicates PV is within
±1% of control setpoint.
Next small bar will light if PV is between
±1% but less than ±2% in deviation.
If PV is equal to or greater than ±10%
deviation, the green bar plus all ten small
green bars will light.
Figure 1-1 Operator interface
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Operator Interface
Key functions
Table 1-1 shows each key on the operator interface and defines its function.
Table 1-1 Function of keys
Key
Function
SET
UP
• Places the controller in the Configuration Set Up group select mode. Sequentially
FUNC
displays Set Up groups and allows the FUNC key to display individual functions in
each Set Up group.
• Used in conjunction with the SET UP key to select the individual functions of a
selected Configuration Set Up group.
• Used to toggle between SP1 and SP2.
• Used during field calibration procedure.
LOWR
DISP
• Selects an operating parameter to be shown in the lower display:
OUT
SP
SPN
2SP
RSP
2IN
DEV
EU
RH
PIDSETX
RAMP
#RA
#SK
RECYC
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Output Value
Local Setpoint 1
Current setpoint for setpoint rate applications
Local Setpoint 2
Remote Setpoint
Input 2
Deviation
PV Engineering Units
% RH Value
Tuning Parameter Set X=1 or 2
Minutes remaining in Setpoint Ramp
Minutes remaining in SP Prog Ramp
Minutes remaining in SP Prog Soak
Number of recycles left in SP Program
= Time remaining in Timer function
= Time elapsed in Timer function
TUNExXXX = Accutune II indicator. x = 1 or 2
ATTENTION The lower display can be configured to scroll through the operating
parameters.
MAN
AUTO
CHART
RUN
HOLD
• Alternately selects:
AUTO
MAN
Lower display automatically displays setpoint value in engineering units.
Lower display automatically indicates output in %.
• Used to stop recording operation and move pen to outer limit for chart change.
• Alternate action switch initiates or holds the Setpoint Ramp or Setpoint Program.
• In configuration mode, restores the original value or selection if you do not want to
enter a change you are making to a parameter.
▲
• Increases the setpoint, output, or configuration values displayed.
• Used to step through the items in each function while in configuration mode plus
adjust control variables in the lower display.
▼
• Decreases the setpoint, output, or configuration values displayed.
• Used to step through the items in each function while in configuration mode plus
adjust control variables in the lower display.
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Set-up Tasks
1.3 Set-up Tasks
Major set-up tasks
As shown in Figure 1-2, there are four major tasks that you must complete to "Set Up" the DR4500A
recorder for operation. For easy reference the section numbers for each task are shown.
START
1. Determine your recorder's
hardware components and
software functions
See Section 2
2. Mount the recorder flush in
a panel, or on the surface
of a panel or a wall
See Section 2
3. Connect the power and
input/output wiring.
See Section 2
4. Follow the simple keystroke
sequences and English
language prompts to
"configure" the functional
characteristics of your
recorder.
See Sections 3 & 4
Ready for
Operation
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Figure 1-2 Set-up tasks
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2.1 Overview
Introduction
Installation of the DR4500A Recorder consists of mounting and wiring the recorder according to the
instructions given in this section.
Read the preinstallation information, check the model number interpretation and become familiar with your
model selections, then proceed with installation.
What’s in this section?
This section contains the following information:
Topic
See Page
2.1
Overview
7
2.2
Model Number Interpretation
13
2.3
Mounting Considerations and Overall Dimensions
16
2.4
Mounting Methods
17
2.5
Wiring Prerequisites
27
2.6
Input Wiring Procedures
29
2.7
Output Wiring Procedures
39
2.8
Option Wiring Procedures
45
2.9
Lockout Switch Configuration
54
Pre-installation information
If the recorder has not been removed from its shipping carton, inspect the carton for damage and remove
the recorder. Inspect the unit for any obvious shipping damage and report any damage due to transit to the
carrier.
Make sure a bag containing mounting hardware is included in the carton with the recorder.
Check that the model number shown on the chart plate agrees with what you have ordered.
CE Conformity special conditions (Europe)
Shielded twisted pair cables are required for all Analog I/O, Process Variable, RTD, Thermocouple, dc
millivolt, low level signal, 4-20 mA, and relay output circuits. Supplementary bonding of the recorder
enclosure to a local ground, using 3/4” braided copper conductor, is required. Ferrite suppression filters
(see Subsection 2.5 for Wiring Prerequisites) shall be installed on all cables connected to the
recorder/controller. The cable shield drain wire at the cable load end requires connection through a
0.0047μf capacitor to ground.
Refer to document 51-52-05-01, How to Apply Digital Instrumentation in Severe Electrical Noise
Environments, for additional installation guidance.
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Operating limits and condensed specifications
We recommend that you review and adhere to the operating limits listed in Table 2-1 when you install your
recorder.
Table 2-1 Operating limits and condensed specifications
Condition
Specifications
Ambient Temperature
32 to 131°F (0 to 55°C)
Relative Humidity
5 to 90% RH at 40°C (104°F)
Vibration
Frequency
Acceleration
0 to 200 Hz
0.2g
Mechanical Shock
Acceleration
Duration
5g
30 ms
Power
102 to 132 Vac 50/60 Hz
204 to 264 Vac 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption
20 watts maximum
Digital Indication
Accuracy
1 digit
Minimum Input Span
Range is fully configurable with span limitation of the operating range selected.
Input Impedance
4-20 mA dc: 250 ohms
0-10 Vdc: 200K ohms
All others: 10 Megohms
Source Impedance
RTD: 100 ohms per lead maximum
Span Step Response
Time
6 seconds maximum with no filtering
Sampling Rate
Each input sampled 3 times a second
Input Filter
Software: Single pole low pass section with selectable time constants (off to 120
seconds).
Digital Displays
Vacuum fluorescent, alphanumeric.
A six digit display dedicated to the process variable.
Alternate information displayed during configuration mode.
An eight digit display shows key selected operating parameters. Also provides
guidance during configuration.
Indicators
Channel PV display (CHN 1 or 2)
Alarm status (ALM 1, 2)
Controller Output (OUT 1, 2)
Remote Setpoint (RSP)
Temperature unit (F or C) or Engineering Units
Controller’s mode (A or MAN)
Deviation Bargraph
21 segment, color coded deviation bargraph:
Green (large) = On Control
Green (small) = Deviation to ±10% of PV
Controller Modes of
Operation
Manual Operation
Automatic with local setpoint
Automatic with remote setpoint
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Condition
Specifications
Transmitter Supply
Voltage
22 to 26 Vdc at input terminals (50 mA dc at 24 Vdc)
Controller Output1
(Optional)
• Output can be field calibrated between: 3.1 to 21.0 mA
• On-Off or Time Proportional
One SPST electromechanical relay. Control action can be set for direct or reverse;
N.O. or N.C. contact selectable.
• On-Off Duplex or Time Proportional Duplex
Two SPST electromechanical relays. Control action can be set for direct or reverse;
N.O. or N.C. contact selectable.
• Current Proportional
21 mA dc maximum into a negative or positive grounded or non-grounded load of 0
to 1000 ohms. Output range can be set between 4 and 20 mA, and as direct or
reverse action.
Resolution: 10 bits
Accuracy: 0.5% full scale
FM Approved Output (optional)
• Position Proportional
Two SPST electromechanical relays operate motor having a 100 ohm to 1000 ohm
slidewire.
• Current/Time Duplex and Time/Current Duplex
Variation of time proportional duplex for Heat/Cool applications. Time proportional
output (heat or cool) is a SPST electromechanical relay. Current proportional output
(heat or cool) is a 4-20 mA signal that can be fed into a negative or positive
grounded load of 0 to 1000 ohms and is operational over 50% of range or the entire
range.
Time Proportional Relay Resolution: 4.4 mSec
Relay Contact Ratings:
Resistive Load: 5A @ 120 Vac, 2.5A @ 240 Vac
Inductive Load: 50 VA @ 120 Vac or 240 Vac
Cycle Time: 1 to 120 seconds
Current Proportional:
Resolution: 10 bits
Accuracy: 0.5% full scale
Auxiliary Output
(Optional)
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Output can be field calibrated between: 3.1 to 21.0 mA
21 mA dc maximum into a negative or positive grounded load of 0 to 1000 ohms. The
range can be set between 0 to 21 mA. It can be configured to represent any one of 10
control parameters: Input 1-2, PV1-2, Deviation 1-2, Output 1-2, Setpoint 1-2.
Auxiliary Output 2 and Auxiliary Output 3 use Control Current Output 1 and Control
Current Output 2 if Control "OUTALG" is not set to "CURRENT".
Resolution: 12 bits over 0 to 21 mA
Accuracy: 0.2% of full scale
Temperature Stability: 0.03% F.S./°C
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Types of Input
Actuations
Thermocouples2
B
Range
°F
Reference Accuracy
°C
± °F
± °C
Temp Stability ±
Degrees Error Per 1
Degree ∆T
105 to 3300
105 to 150
150 to 500
500 to 1000
1000 to 3300
41 to 1816
41 to 66
66 to 260
260 to 538
538 to 1815
42.00
14.00
3.00
1.50
23.00
7.70
1.70
0.80
2.00
2.00
0.50
0.20
–454 to 1832
–454 to –202
–202 to 1832
–270 to 1000
–270 to –130
–130 to 1000
18.00
1.00
10.00
0.55
0.70
0.35
E (low)
–200 to 1100
–129 to 593
0.50
0.30
0.20
J
0 to 1600
–18 to 871
0.40
0.22
0.06
J (low)
20 to 770
–7 to 410
0.20
0.11
0.04
K
–320 to 2500
–320 to 0
0 to 2500
–196 to 1371
–196 to –18
–18 to 1371
1.25
0.60
0.70
0.35
0.18
0.09
K (low)
–20 to 1000
–29 to 538
0.30
0.16
0.05
NNM (Ni Ni Moly)
32 to 2500
32 to 500
500 to 2500
0 to 1371
0 to 260
260 to 1371
0.75
0.50
0.40
0.30
0.09
0.07
NIC (Nicrosil-Nisil)
0 to 2372
–18 to 1300
1.0
0.55
0.01
R
0 to 3100
0 to 500
500 to 3100
–18 to 1704
–18 to 260
260 to 1704
2.00
1.00
1.10
0.55
0.25
0.13
0 to 3100
0 to 500
500 to 3100
–18 to 1704
–18 to 260
260 to 1704
2.00
1.00
1.10
0.55
0.23
0.13
T
–300 to 700
–184 to 371
0.60
0.35
0.07
T (low)
–200 to 600
–129 to 316
0.40
0.22
0.07
W5W26
0 to 4200
0 to 600
600 to 3600
3600 to 4200
–18 to 2315
–18 to 316
316 to 1982
1982 to 2315
1.40
1.30
1.60
0.77
0.70
0.90
0.17
0.17
0.29
0 to 2240
0 to 600
600 to 2240
–18 to 1227
–18 to 316
316 to 1227
1.10
1.00
0.60
0.55
0.14
0.10
Radiamatic
1400 to 3400
760 to 1871
1.00
0.55
0.10
RTD
Platinum
100 ohms
500 ohms
–300 to 900
–300 to 900
–184 to 482
–184 to 482
0.40
0.20
0.22
0.11
0.05
0.05
E
S
W5W26 (low)
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Types of Input
Actuations
Linear
Milliamperes dc
Range
Reference Accuracy
°F
°C
± °F
± °C
Temp Stability ±
Degrees Error Per 1
Degree ∆T
4 to 20
—
0.10%
—
0.004%/°F
Millivolts dc
0 to 10
10 to 50
—
0.05%
0.05%
—
0.004%/°F
0.004%/°F
Volts dc
1 to 5 (can be
calibrated
0 to 5)
0 to 10
—
0.05%
—
0.004%/°F
—
0.10%
—
0.004%/°F
–130 to 392
–90 to 200
0.30
0.03
0.03
Relative Humidity
Platinum 100 ohm
Wet/Dry Bulb*
Wet/Dry Input
Measured
%RH
%RH3
0 to <20
20 to 100
Dry Bulb Range
°F
–103 to 212
35 to 40
>40 to 100
100 to 212
Condition
°C
–75 to 100
2 to 4
>4 to 38
38 to 100
Reference
Accuracy
2% RH
2% RH
1% RH
1% RH
Temp. Stability
53 to 104°F/12 to
40°C
0.11% RH/°F
0.11%RH/°F
0.06% RH/°F
0.03% RH/°F
Specifications
Case
Molded, foamed-Noryl** with gasketed door.
A UL and FM approved NEMA4X door is also available.
Pen
Disposable fiber-tip ink cartridge. line length per cartridge more than 1000 ft. (305 m).
One pen: Purple
Two pens: Purple and red
Chart
12-inch (304.8 mm) diameter chart with standard preprinted markings and a calibrated
width of 4.62 inches (117.5 mm)
Wiring Connections
Terminals inside the case.
Color
Case: Black
Door (standard): Caribbean Blue, Black, or Gray
Approval Bodies
U.L. approval depending on model. CSA approval. Consult Model Selection Guide for
information.
FM approved for Class I, Div. 2, Groups A, B, C, D areas depending on model.
Weight
13.2 lbs (6 kg)
Mounting
Panel, pipe, or surface mounted. Some adapter kits available for existing panel
cutouts.
OPTIONS
Alarm Output
Two, four, or six relays available. Relays 3 through 6 available if not used for control
outputs.
Relay Contact Ratings:
First Relays, Resistive Load: 1A @ 120 Vac, 1/2A @ 240 Vac
Relays 3 through 6, Resistive Load: 5A @ 120 Vac, 2.5A @ 240 Vac
Digital Input
+20 Vdc source for external dry contact or isolated solid state contacts. Selects one
configured input.
Totalizers
One or two totalizers depending on model.
Eight digit “totals” with multiplier on digital display.
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Condition
Specifications
RS485 Modbus RTU
Communications
Baud rate: 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600,19200, 38400
Protocol: RS485 Modbus RTU Communications
Length of Link: 4000 ft (1,219 m) maximum
Link Characteristics: Two-wire, multidrop
Miscellaneous
• FM Approved 4-20 mA Control Output
• A UL and FM approved NEMA4X door
• Door Lock
• External Keypad
• Chart Illumination
• U.L. Listing, FM Approval/CSA, CE Conformity
• Control with Accutune II Tuning capability
• Glass or Acrylic Window
• Configuration Lockout Switch
• Customer ID Tag (30 characters maximum)
CE Conformity (Europe)
This product is in conformity with the protection requirements of the following
European Council Directives: 73/23/EEC, the Low Voltage Directive, and 89/336/EEC,
the EMC Directive. Conformity of this product with any other “CE Mark” Directive(s)
shall not be assumed.
Product Classification
Class 1: Permanently connected, Panel/Surface Mounted Industrial Control Equipment
with protective earthing (grounding). (EN 61010-1)
Enclosure Rating
Panel/Surface Mounted Equipment, IP 54. (ref. IEC 529)
Installation Category
(Overvoltage Category)
Category II: Energy-consuming equipment supplied from the fixed installation. Local
level appliances, and Industrial Control Equipment. (EN 61010-1)
Pollution Degree
Pollution Degree 2: Normally non-conductive pollution with occasional conductivity
caused by condensation. (ref. IEC 664-10
EMC Classification
Group 1, Class A, ESM Equipment (EN 55011, emissions),
Industrial Equipment (EN 50082-2, immunity)
Method of EMC
Assessment
Technical File (TF)
Declaration of
Conformity
Document #51197635-000
*IEC Alpha (α) = 0.00385 Ω/Ω/°C
**Registered Trademark—General Electric Co.
1 Not all controller outputs are available on all models of the Classic Recorder.
Consult Model Selection Guide for information.
Includes reference junction calibration of ±0.01 degrees using standard “ice bath” method of calibration. Factory
calibration at reference ±1.2°F. Note that factory calibration may vary by as much as ±10 microvolts or ±0.3 ohms
for RTDs, which means recalibration may be required to achieve stated accuracy.
2
The RH calculation is inoperative when temperature goes below 32°F (0°C) or above 212°F (100°C). However, the
dry bulb temperature will be monitored to –103°F (–75°C). Accuracy stated is for Classic Series Recorder only, and
does not include remaining system accuracies.
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2.2 Model Number Interpretation
Model number
The model number interpretation is shown in Figure 2-1. Write the model number into the spaces provided
and compare it to the model number interpretation. This information will also be useful when you wire
your recorder. The example on the next page will help you to decode the model.
Key Number
D R 4 5 A
Table 1
–
Table 2
–
Table 3
–
Table 4
–
Table 5
–
Table 6
0
–
0
Key Number
Standard
Recorder
1T= =
1 Pen
Recorder
Relay
expansion Recorder
2R= =
2 Pen
Recorder
W = Flow Recorder
H = HTST
P = Pasteurization Recorder - Flow
S = Safety Thermal Limit Recorder
Input Actuation (Note 1)
0 = None
1 = T/C, RTD, Radiamatic , mV, 0–5V, 4–20mA
3 = 0–10 Vdc
External Output
0 0 = None
1 0 = 1 Control Output
1 1 = 2 Control Outputs
4 0 = 1 Control w/SP Programming
4 4 = 2 Controls w/SP Programming
5 0 = Pulse Output
6 0 = 1 Control Output with FM Approval
6 6 = 2 Control Outputs with FM Approval
External Interface
0 – – = None
1 – – = Auxiliary 4-20 mA Output
3 – – = RS485 Modbus RTU**
4 – – = RS485 Modbus RTU** plus Auxiliary Output
– 0 – = Standard Pen
– 1 – = Abrasion Resistant Pen
– – 0 = None
– – 1 = 2 Alarm Outputs/2 Digital Inputs
– – 2 = 4 Alarm Outputs/2 Digital Inputs
– – 3 = 6 Alarm Outputs/2 Digital Inputs
– – 4 = 1 Alarm/1 Timer/2 Digital Inputs **
Hardware Options
0----1----E----F----5----6----L----9----P----R----S-----0----A----K-----0----L----M----N-----0----K----L----M----N----P----R----U-----0----T----B----C----D----E-----0
-----1
= Gray door / Glass window
= Gray door / Acrylic window
= Gray door / Glass window and keypad
= Gray door / Acrylic window and keypad
= Blue door / Glass window
= Blue door / Acrylic window
= Black door / Glass window
= Black door / Acrylic window
= NEMA4X door / Glass window
= NEMA4X door / Acrylic window
= NEMA4X HTST door
= Standard door latch
= Keyed latch
= Door lock with key
= No illumination
= Configuration lockout / Chart plate seal
= Configuration Lockout / Chart plate seal / Illumination
= Chart illumination
= No approvals
= CE Mark
= CE Mark + UL + CSA certification
= CE Mark + FM approval
= CE Mark + UL + FM / CSA certification
= UL listing + CSA certification
= FM approved - Class 1, Div. 2, Groups A, B, C, D
= UL listing + CSA certification + FM approval
= No I.D. Tag
= Customer I.D. Tag (30 characters maximum)
= Certificate of Conformance (F3391)
= Custom Calibration / Test Report (F3399)
= Certificate of Conformance + I.D. Tag
= Customer Calibration + I.D. Tag
= None
= Product Configuration
**Only available with key number DR45AT, AR, AW
Software Options
0 = None
A = Totalization , Input 1
B = Math Only
E = Totalization , Inputs 1 & 2
F = Fo Sterilization Calculation
H = Totalization , Inputs 1, 2, 3, & 4
K = Totalization , Input 1 + Math
L = Totalization , Input 1 and 2 + Math
M = Totalization , Input 1, 2, 3, 4 + Math
NOTE 1:
Every DR4500A recorder has all the available inputactuations stored in its nonvolatile memory
and can accept up to 4 inputs which must be specified sequentially in 1–4 entries in Table 1.
Therefore, you can easily change the input actuation in the field by re-wiring input connections,
changing the input jumper position, and reconfiguring the input type, as applicable.
Figure 2-1 Model number interpretation
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Example of model number decoding
Assume that the model number on the label is
DR45A2 - 1300 - 10 - 001 - A - 1KN0T0 - 0
Using the table code definitions from Figure 2-1, this recorder has the following features and options:
• 2-input type with thermocouple, RTD, Radiamatic, mV, 0-5 Vdc or 4-20 mA input for channel 1
• 0-10 Vdc input for channel 2
• One controller output
• Alarm output / digital input capability
• Totalization for input 1
• Gray door with acrylic window
• Door lock
• No approvals
• Chart illumination
• Customer I.D. tag
Location of hardware components
After you decode your recorder’s model number, refer to Figure 2-2 to match “table” selections with the
location of actual recorder hardware components. This will help you to determine applicable input / output
wiring requirements, as well as identify appropriate software functions to be configured later.
To access and view the actual components inside your recorder, follow the procedure in Table 2-2.
Table 2-2 Procedure to access components
Step
14
Action
1
Turn the latch on the recorder door and swing the door open.
2
Loosen the captive screw on the right hand side of the chart plate and swing the chart plate
out.
3
Reverse the steps to close the chart plate and door.
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View of hardware components
Figure 2-2 shows the location of the actual hardware components for key number DR45A1 or DR45A2.
Key Number: DR45A1
Key Number: DR45A2*
Pen 1
Mother PCB (for control and
selected options)
Control output #1 PCB
*Table II - 1X, 6X
Auxiliary Output PCB
*Table III – 1XX
or
Modbus RS485
Communications PCB
•Table III – 3XX
or
Modbus RS485
Communications/Auxiliary
Output PCB
*Table III – 4XX
Pen 2
Pen 1
Alarm output/digital input PCB
*Table III - XX1
Main processor
board (common)
#2 #1
Control Output #2 PCB
•Table II – X1, X6
Input PCB's
*Table I - XX00
X = 0,1, or 3
* Refer to Model Selection Guide
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Figure 2-2 DR4500A recorder hardware components versus “table” selections
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2.3 Mounting Considerations and Overall Dimensions
Physical considerations
The recorder can be mounted in a panel by making a new cutout or using an existing cutout with a filler
plate (see Table 2-4). Use the mounting kit supplied. Adequate access space must be available at the back
of the panel for installation and servicing activities.
The overall dimensions and panel cutout requirements for mounting the recorder are shown in Figure 2-3.
Overall dimensions
Figure 2-3 shows the overall dimensions for mounting the recorder.
Dime ns io ns :
millime te rs
inche s
Standard DR4500
17.5
0.69
321
12.6
Re fe re nce
20.3
0.8
370
14.6
196
7.7
163
6.4
321
12.6
Bottom vie w
181
7.1
419
16.5
106
4.2
322
12.7
Back vie w
322
12.7
Re fe re nce
20.3
0.8









438
17.25
Bottom vie w
321
12.6

S urfa ce mounting



11.0
.43



Pane l cutout (all m ode ls )



142
5.6
5
: .19
Le ft s ide vie w
NEMA4X DR4500
106
4.2
Double bit latch
S urfa ce mounting
Front vie w
321
12.6
14.5
: .57
355
14
142
5.6
17.5
0.69
S hort wing latch

387
15.25
Front vie w
NEMA4X
Back vie w
Figure 2-3 Overall dimensions
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2.4 Mounting Methods
Introduction
There are several methods available for mounting your recorder. They are:
•
Flush in Panel (new panel cutout)
•
Flush in Panel (using an existing panel cutout)
−
using universal filler plate kit
−
using cutout made for Kent Model 105M
•
Flush in Panel for recorders with NEMA4 Door
•
On a 2-inch Pipe
•
On Surface (of panel or wall)
Procedures for each method follow. Choose the one that meets your mounting requirements. Use the
associated dimension drawings for reference.
How to remove knockouts for conduits
Before you mount the recorder, remove the appropriate “knockouts” in the bottom and/or sides of the
recorder case for wire entry via 1/2" (12.7mm) conduits. Refer to Figure 2-4 for knockout locations.
ATTENTION
The knockouts are really plugs that you just have to push out to remove.
Side View
Bottom View
21405
Figure 2-4 How to remove knockouts
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Mounting flush in panel (New panel cutout)
Refer to Figure 2-5 and follow the procedure in Table 2-3 to make a new cutout in a panel and mount your
recorder in the cutout.
Table 2-3 Mounting flush in a new panel cutout
Step
Action
1
At the appropriate location, make a square cutout in the panel measuring 12.7 ±0.060 inches
by 12.7 ±0.060 inches (322.58 ±1.52 by 322.58 ±1.52 millimeters). See Figure 2-3.
2
Orient the recorder case properly and slide it into the cutout from the front of the panel.
Support the recorder as shown in steps 3 and 4.
3
Refer to Figure 2-5. From the back of the panel, attach a mounting bracket to each side of the
recorder case using a 1/4-20 x 1/2 inch hex screw and a lockwasher for each bracket
(mounting hardware supplied with recorder). Leave the screws slightly loose so you can adjust
the brackets.
4
While holding the recorder firmly against the panel, slide each bracket against the back of the
panel and tighten the screws.
Hex screw,
1/4-20 x
1/2 inch and
washer
21406
Figure 2-5 Mounting Flush in a New Panel Cutout
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Reference data for existing panel cutouts
Refer to Table 2-4 to determine whether the existing panel cutout can be used. Use the procedure for
mounting with the universal filler kit unless otherwise noted.
Table 2-4 Reference data for mounting DR4500A in existing panel cutouts
Manufacturer / Instrument
Dimensions of Existing
Panel Cutout (inches)
Need Universal Filler
Plate Kit
30755134-001 Blue Color
30755134-002 Gray Color
Honeywell/Model AR100*, DR4200
12.7
x
12.7
No*
Honeywell/Class 15
15.8
x
17.2
Yes
Honeywell/Class 45
13.12
x
17.12
Yes
Badger Meter/Model Micro Chart
14.25
x
17.88
Yes
3.56
x
18.56
Yes
Fisher and Porter/Model 51-1100
13.75
x
17.31
Yes
Foxboro/Model 40
14.38
x
17.06
Yes
Kent/Model 105M**
13.6
x
13.46
No**
Partlow/Model ER*
13.5
x
12.69
No*
13.78
x
16.5
Yes
Bristol/Models 4330, 500 Classes 1, 2A, 3B, and 5
Taylor/Model 76J
*No adaptation is required, use procedure for “Flush in Panel - New Panel Cutout”
**Use procedure for “Cutout made for Kent Model 105M”
Adapter plate dimensions
The dimensions of the adapter plate (part number 30755134) are 16.5” x 19”.
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Mounting flush in panel (using universal filler plate kit)
Refer to Figure 2-6 and follow the procedure in Table 2-5 to mount your recorder in an existing cutout
using the Universal Filler Kit.
Table 2-5 Mounting flush in a panel using universal filler kit
Step
Action
1
Lay the recorder face down on a clean work surface and position the universal filler plate as
shown in Figure 2-6.
2
Measure the height of the existing panel cutout.
3
Refer to Figure 2-6. Position the support brackets, supplied with the kit, so that the distance
from the top of the “window” in the filler plate to the right angle of the support brackets is just
less than the height of the existing panel cutout.
4
Secure brackets with two 10-32 x 1/4 inch screws, provided in the kit, by inserting them
through the holes in the filler plate into the tapped screw holes in the recorder case.
5
Insert the recorder into the cutout from the front of the panel as shown in Figure 2-6.
6
Refer to Figure 2-6. From the back of the panel attach a mounting bracket to each side of the
recorder case using a 1/4-20 x 1/2-inch hex screw and a lockwasher for each bracket
(mounting hardware supplied with recorder). Leave the screws slightly loose so you can adjust
the brackets.
7
While holding the recorder firmly against the panel, slide each bracket against the back of the
panel and tighten the screws.
NOTE: Universal filler plate and attaching
hardware are included in kit 30755134-xxx
Universal
filler plate
Universal
filler plate
Height
of
cutout
in
panel
Support
brackets
Tapped
screw holes
21407
Mounting brackets (supplied Support brackets
(included in kit 30755134-xxx
with recorder)
Figure 2-6 Mounting in a panel using universal filler kit
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Mounting flush in panel (using cutout made for Kent Model 105M)
Refer to Figure 2-7 and follow the procedure in Table 2-6 to mount your recorder in an existing cutout
using the cutout made for Kent Model 105M.
Table 2-6 Mounting flush in a panel using Kent Model 105M cutout
Step
Action
1
Drill two 1/4-inch holes in the back of the panel as shown in Figure 2-7. These holes are for 1032 screws to be inserted from back of panel into threaded inserts in the back of the recorder
case.
ATTENTION If the panel is more than 1/4-inch thick, substitute 10-32 x 1/2-inch long
screws for the 3/8-inch long screws supplied with the recorder.
2
While supporting the recorder, insert it through the panel cutout and orient the case so that the
threaded inserts at the bottom of the case align with the holes drilled in the panel.
3
From the rear of the panel, insert two 10-32 pan head screws of appropriate length into
threaded inserts in the recorder case.
4
From the back of the panel, attach a mounting bracket to each side of the recorder case using
a 1/4-20 x 1/2-inch hex screw and a lockwasher for each bracket (mounting hardware supplied
with recorder). Leave the screws slightly loose so you can adjust the brackets.
5
While holding the recorder firmly against the panel, slide each bracket against the back of the
panel and tighten the screws.
Cutout for
Kent model 105M
2"
7"
3-1/2"
Drill two
1/4-inch holes
21408
Figure 2-7 Mounting in a panel using Kent Model 105M cutout
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Panel mounting recorder with NEMA4X door
Refer to Figure 2-8 and follow the procedure in Table 2-7 to panel mount your recorder if it has a
NEMA4X door.
Table 2-7 Procedure for Mounting Recorder with NEMA4X Door
Step
Action
1
Place the panel gasket onto the rear flange of the recorder case.
2
Install five #8-32 x 3/4 screws on each of the four mounting brackets so the ends of the screw
threads are flush with the face of the bracket.
NOTE: Screw heads to be flange side of brackets.
3
Insert the case with gasket into the panel opening.
4
Position the bracket so that the tabs on the end of the bracket slide into the holes in the case,
Secure the four brackets with 1/4-20 x 5/8 long bolts and lockwashers; one to the top, bottom
and each side of the case. Tighten the bolts.
5
Start to tighten the #8-32 x 3/4 screws on a bracket. Tighten the end screws first then those
toward the middle until all five screws have a 5 to 8 lb-in of torque applied. Do the same to
both the other three brackets.
When completed all twenty screws should have a 5 to 8 lb-in of torque applied. This assures
that the case and panel gaskets are adequately sealed against the panel.
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Bracket (4)
Hex Head Bolt
1/4-20 x 5/8 inch
Pan Head Screw
8-32 x 3/4 inch
Slot
Slot
Slot
Hex Head Bolt
1/4-20 x 5/8 inch
Slot
Pan Head Screw
8-32 x 3/4 inch
Hex Head Bolt
1/4-20 x 5/8 inch
Side View
NOTE: Mounting brackets, attaching hardware, and panel gasket are included in kit 30755065-503
;
Figure 2-8 Panel Mounting Recorder with NEMA4X Door
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Mounting on a 2-inch pipe
Refer to Figure 2-9 and follow the procedure in Table 2-8 to mount your recorder on a 2-inch pipe.
Table 2-8 Pipe Mounting Procedure
Step
Action
1
Using the eight plastite screws supplied with the pipe mounting bracket kit, attach the two
mounting brackets (flat side against the case) to the back of the recorder. Refer to Figure 2-9
for location.
2
Position the recorder with brackets on the 2-inch pipe.
3
Install the U-bolts around the pipe and through the bracket holes. Secure with lockwashers and
hex nuts provided.
Washer
Pipe Mounting
Bracket
Plastite
Screw
Hex Nut
Rear
of
Case
U-bolt
24224
Figure 2-9 Pipe Mounting Brackets
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Mounting on surface (of panel or wall)
Refer to Figure 2-10 and follow the procedure in Table 2-9 to mount your recorder on a surface (panel or
wall).
ATTENTION
You must supply three (3) screws for attaching the mounting hardware (brackets and support
hook) to panel or wall.
Table 2-9 Mounting flush on a surface (of panel or wall)
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1
Using two flat-head 10-32 x 1/4-inch screws supplied with the recorder, fasten the support
hook into the recess at the back of the recorder case as shown in Figure 2-10.
2
Using 1/4-20 x 1/2-inch hex screws and lockwashers, attach a mounting bracket to each side
of the case. Leave the screws slightly loose so as to permit some adjustments of the brackets.
3
On the panel mark the locations for the three holes as shown by the hole pattern in Figure
2-10.
4
Using a drill of appropriate size for user-supplied screws, drill a hole in the front of the panel for
the eye of the support hook.
5
Insert the screws for the support hook into the panel, allowing the screw head to protrude
approximately 5/16-inch.
6
Hang the recorder support hook on the screw. Make sure that the locations for the other two
holes (marked in step three) are correct. If not, make sure that the recorder is aligned vertically
and use the brackets as templates to mark the proper locations.
7
Remove the recorder from the panel and drill the other two holes.
8
Hang the recorder on the screw by the support hook and insert the other two user-supplied
screws through the brackets into the panel. Tighten the two hex screws that attach the
brackets to the case.
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Hole Pattern
Reference:
NOTE:
These screws must be supplied by
user; all other mounting hardware
Support
is supplied with recorder.
hook
millimeters
inches
369.6
14.550
196.22
7.725
181.36
7.14
163.32
6.430
18.03
0.710
21409
Figure 2-10 Mounting flush on a surface (of panel or wall)
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2.5 Wiring Prerequisites
Taking electrical noise precautions
Electrical noise is composed of unabated electrical signals which produce undesirable effects in
measurements and control circuits.
Digital equipment is especially sensitive to the effects of electrical noise. Your recorder has built-in circuits
to reduce the effect of electrical noise from various sources. If there is a need to further reduce these
effects:
•
Separate External Wiring - separate connecting wires into bundles (see Table 2-10) and route the
individual bundles through separate conduits or metal trays.
•
Use Suppression Devices - for additional noise protection, you may want to add suppression devices at
the external source; appropriate suppression devices are commercially available.
REFERENCE
For additional noise information, refer to document number 51-52-05-01.
Electrical considerations
The recorder is considered “rack and panel mounted equipment” per EN 61010-1, Safety
Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control, and Laboratory Use, Part
1: General Requirements.
Recorder grounding
PROTECTIVE BONDING (grounding) of this recorder shall be in accordance with National
and local electrical codes.
Functional Earth
To minimize electrical noise and transients that may adversely affect the system,
supplementary bonding of the recorder enclosure to a functional earth ground, using a 3/4”
braided copper conductor, is required.
A terminal on the rear of the recorder is provided for this connection.
CE conformity special conditions (Europe)
Braid shielded cable is required for all Input I/O and Output Relay cables. All recorder cable shield wires,
except the RS485 Modbus communications cable shield, must be connected to a low impedance earth
ground at the recorder. This can be done by bussing the shields to an earth ground point, or by connecting
the shields to the conduit entry fittings if they are in electrical contact with the enclosure conductive
coating. In either case, the shields shall not extend into the recorder enclosure. The cable shields shall also
be connected to a low impedance earth ground at the farthest end of the cable, through a 0.0047 μF
capacitor. See each of the individual wiring diagrams.
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For the RS485 Modbus communications cable, Alpha XTRA Guard I cable (Alpha P/N 5121C) is required.
At the recorder end, the communications cable shield must be unconnected and must not extend into the
recorder enclosure. The shield of the communications cable must be connected to earth ground at the
farthest end of the cable. See the option wiring procedure for the RS485 Communications Card.
Inside of the enclosure, the user must install ferrite suppression filters and capacitors on all wires connected
to the recorder. ©Fair-Rite Products Corp. part number 0443164151, or equivalent, shall be installed as
shown in Figure 2-11 to Figure 2-22, one filter for each circuit group.
Cable with an outer jacket diameter larger than 6.7 mm (0.264 in.) may require the outer jacket to be
removed to fit the required one turn in the filter, or the selection of a different cable.
Permissible wire bundling
Table 2-10 shows which wire functions should be bundled together.
Table 2-10 Permissible wiring bundling
Bundle No.
1
Wire Functions
• Line power wiring
• Earth ground wiring
• Control relay output wiring
• Line voltage alarm wiring
2
Analog signal wire, such as:
• Input signal wire (thermocouple, 4 to 20 mA, etc.)
• 4-20 mA output signal wiring
• Slidewire feedback circuit wiring
• Digital input signals
• Communications
• 4-20 mA auxiliary output
3
• Low voltage alarm relay output wiring
• Low voltage wiring to solid state type control circuits
Identify your wiring requirements
To determine the appropriate diagrams for wiring your recorder, refer to the model number interpretation in
this section. The model number of the recorder can be found on the chart plate.
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2.6 Input Wiring Procedures
Wiring the recorder
Using the information contained in the model number, select the appropriate wiring diagrams from the
figures listed below and wire the recorder accordingly.
Wiring Requirements
Refer to
Ferrite Filter Locations
Figure 2-11
AC Line Power
Figure 2-12
Thermocouple, RTD, Radiamatic, mV, or 0–5 Vdc Inputs
Figure 2-13
4–20 mA Inputs
Figure 2-14
0–10 Vdc Inputs
Figure 2-15
4–20 mA Current Outputs or Auxiliary Outputs #2 and #3
Figure 2-16
Position Proportional Control Outputs
Figure 2-17
Relay Control Outputs
– Time Proportioning
Figure 2-18
Alarm #1 and #2 Outputs and Digital Inputs
Figure 2-19
Alarm Outputs #3, #4, #5, and #6
Figure 2-20
RS485 Modbus Communications
Figure 2-21
Auxiliary Output
Figure 2-22
Ferrite filter locations (CE Mark)
Inside of the enclosure, install ferrite suppression filters on all wires connected to the recorder. ©Fair-Rite
Products Corp. part number 0443164151, or equivalent, shall be installed as shown in Figure 2-11, one
filter for each circuit group. Cable with an outer jacket diameter larger than 6.7 mm (0.264 in.) may require
the outer jacket to be removed to fit the required one turn in the filter, or the selection of a different cable.
Shield Wiring
The shield wires of all cables, except the Modbus RS485 communications cable, should be tied to earth
ground at the recorder end and to earth ground through a .0047µF Capacitor at the other end of the cable.
An example of shield wiring to an external ground bus bar is shown in Figure 2-11.
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Mother PCB
Number
1&2
Alarm/
Digital
Inputs
1
Processor
Board
Ferrite Beads
Fair-Rite 0443164151
Honeywell Part
Number 51197612
or
Steward 28B2024-0A0
(quantity 5)
3
Washer - Quantity 5
Control Output
Relays
Alarm Relays
3
3
3
2
2
Current Output 1
Slidewire 1
Auxiliary Output
External Ground Bus Bar
3
Transformer
3
2
2
A.C.
Main
Modbus RS485
Communications
3
2
Inputs 1–2
2
Digital Inputs 1 & 2
Transmitter Power
Shield Wiring
1
Recorder grounding, rear of case—Use 3/4-inch braided copper conductor.
2
Use cable fitting to support wiring and hold in place. Place the washer on the inside of
the recorder between the case and the fastening nut to protect the recorder conductive
case coating.
3
Ferrite filter location—Cable with an outer jacket diameter larger than 6.7 mm (0.264
in.) may require the outer jacket to be removed to fit the required one turn in the filter,
or the selection of a different cable.
To Earth
Ground
23128
Figure 2-11 Ferrite filter locations and shield wiring (CE Mark)
AC line power
Refer to Figure 2-12 and follow the procedure in Table 2-11 to connect the AC line power.
WARNING
Be sure that the line voltage is OFF before connecting the power wires to the recorder
or personal injury could result.
This equipment is suitable for connection to 120/240 Vac, 50/60 Hz, power supply mains. It is the user’s
responsibility to provide a switch and non-time delay (North America), quick-acting, high breaking
capacity, Type F, (Europe) 1/2 A, 250 V fuse(s) or circuit-breaker as part of the installation. The switch or
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circuit-breaker shall be located in close proximity to the recorder, within easy reach of the OPERATOR.
The switch or circuit-breaker shall be marked as the disconnecting device for the recorder.
Table 2-11 AC line power wiring
Step
Action
1
Open the recorder door. Loosen the captive screw in the chart plate and swing the plate out.
2
Locate connector J10 on the bottom edge of the main printed circuit board. (Refer to Figure
2-12.)
3
Remove the unwired plug from J10.
4
Run the power wires separately through second conduit from the right.
5
For CE Mark conformity, install the ferrite filter as shown in Figure 2-11.
6
Strip insulation from the end of each wire.
7
Loosen the screws in plug J10 terminals and position the plug as you would to plug it into J10.
8
Insert
• the green wire (G) into the first screw clamp from the right,
• the white wire (L2) into the second screw clamp from the right, and
• the black wire (L1) into the third screw clamp from the right.
Tighten the screws to secure the wires.
CAUTION To avoid damaging the recorder, be sure that you install the power wires
into the correct screw clamps. Make sure the fuse block is installed properly for the
given supply rating –– 120 or 240 Vac. The fuse is in the 120 Vac location from the
factory.
9
Make sure the fuse block is installed in the proper location. Refer to Figure 2-12 for fuse block
location.
• 120 Vac – Fuse block in location F2
• 240 Vac – Fuse block in location F1
10
Dress the wires as slack as possible. This keeps the noise signal on these wires from
bypassing built-in suppression. Also, do not bundle any low level signal wires with the power
wires. Refer to Table 2-10 for permissible wire bundling.
• Refer to document 51-52-05-01 for additional information concerning noise interference
prevention.
11
Insert the wired plug into J10.
WARNING Input line voltage will be present on the instrument ground plane if safety
ground is not attached; personal injury and product damage could result.
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#2 #1
22078
PLUG J10
F1
F2
Fuse Block on Main PC Board
P/N 51309355-tab
120 Vac
240 Vac
L1
L2
Fair-Rite P/N 0443164151
or equivalent
Required for CE Mark Conformity—
Kit supplied Part No. 51197612-502,
contains two ferrite filters. More than
one kit may be supplied. Install
inside of case. See Figure 2-11.
H
N
120 or 240 Vac
Figure 2-12 AC line power wiring
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Thermocouple, RTD, Radiamatic, mV, or 0-5 Vdc inputs
You can wire input 1 or 2 for thermocouple, RTD, Radiamatic, mV, or 0-5 Vdc actuations.
The polarity for inputs #1 and #2 is identical.
The prerequisites are:
•
Model Number - Table 1 = 1X00, X100
ATTENTION
For thermocouple or RTD inputs, calibrate the recorder to achieve the stated accuracy. Refer
to Section 7 – Input Calibration
Refer to Figure 2-13 and follow the procedure in Table 2-12 to wire Thermocouple, RTD, Radiamatic, mV,
or 0–5 Vdc inputs.
Table 2-12 Thermocouple, RTD, Radiamatic, mV, or 0–5 Vdc input wiring
Step
Action
1
Open the recorder door. Loosen the captive screw in the chart plate and swing the plate out.
2
Locate connector J2 on the printed circuit board for input 1 (refer to Figure 2-13).
3
Remove the unwired plug from J2.
4
Run the input wires through the desired knockout - DO NOT bundle them with the power wires.
5
For CE Mark conformity:
• Install the ferrite filter as shown in Figure 2-11.
• Install a .01µF capacitor across the J2 terminals and a .0047 µF capacitor at the
sensor end of the input wiring as shown in Figure 2-13.
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Locate jumper position MA/W1 and make sure the jumper is in the W1 position. (See Figure
2-13 for the jumper positions.)
7
Locate jumper position W3 and make sure the jumper is in the proper position for your input
type. (See Figure 2-13 for the jumper positions.)
8
Strip insulation from the end of each wire.
9
Loosen the screws in plug J2 terminals and position the plug as you would to plug it into J2.
10
Insert the wires into the appropriate screw clamps for the applicable input type. See Figure
2-13 for specific input actuation plug wiring. Tighten the screws to secure the wires.
11
Insert the wired plug into J2.
12
Repeat steps 2 through 11 for input 2 printed circuit board as applicable.
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Figure 2-13 Thermocouple, RTD, Radiamatic, mV, or 0–5 Vdc input wiring
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4-20 mA inputs and transmitter power
You can wire input 1 or 2 for 4–20 mA actuations.
The polarity for inputs #1 and #2 is identical.
The prerequisites are:
•
Model Number - Table 1 = 1X00, X100
ATTENTION
Connector J11 on the main processor printed circuit board can be used to provide 24 Vdc
power to up to two field transmitters (without power) which are supplying the 4–20 mA input
signals to the recorder (1.2W @ 24 Vdc = 50 mA available).
Refer to Figure 2-14 and follow the procedure in Table 2-13 to wire 4-20 mA inputs.
Table 2-13 4-20 mA input wiring
Step
Action
1
Open the recorder door. Loosen the captive screw in the chart plate and swing the plate out.
2
Be sure that the jumper MA/W1 is installed in the position labeled “MA”; this connects an
internal 250-ohm resistor across the 4-20 mA input terminals on J2. (Refer to Figure 2-14 for
location of jumper.)
3
Locate jumper W3 and make sure the jumper is in the proper position for your input type (see
Figure 2-14).
4
Locate connector J2 on the printed circuit board for input 1 (refer to Figure 2-14).
5
Remove the unwired plug from J2.
6
Run the input wires through the desired knockout - DO NOT bundle them with the power wires.
7
For CE Mark conformity:
• Install the ferrite filter as shown in Figure 2-11.
• Install the capacitors as shown in Figure 2-14.
8
Strip insulation from the end of each wire.
9
Loosen the screws in plug J2 terminals and position the plug as you would to plug it into J2.
10
• For transmitters with power:
Insert the wires into the appropriate screw clamps and tighten the screws to secure the
wires.
• For transmitters which require power:
Remove the unwired plug from J11 then wire the transmitter power to J11 and the
input to J2. Tighten the screws in the plugs to secure the wires.
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Insert the wired plug into J2 and J11 as applicable.
12
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Figure 2-14 4-20 mA input wiring
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0-10 Volt dc inputs
You can wire input 1 or 2 for 0–10 Volt dc actuations.
The polarity for inputs #1 and #2 is identical.
The prerequisites are:
•
Model Number - Table 1 = 3X00, X300
ATTENTION
Calibrate the recorder to achieve the stated accuracy. Refer to Section 7 – Input Calibration.
Refer to Figure 2-15 and follow the procedure in Table 2-14 to wire 0-10 Vdc inputs.
Table 2-14 0-10 Volt dc input wiring
Step
Action
1
Open the recorder door. Loosen the captive screw in the chart plate and swing the plate out.
2
Locate connector J2 on the printed circuit board for input 1 (refer to Figure 2-15).
3
Remove the unwired plug from J2 and replace it with the modified 4-screw plug from the bag of
accessories supplied with the recorder.
4
Run the input wires through the desired knockout—DO NOT bundle them with the power
wires.
5
For CE Mark conformity:
• Install the ferrite filter as shown in Figure 2-11.
• Install the .01µF capacitor and the .0047µF capacitor as shown in Figure 2-15.
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Strip insulation from the end of each wire.
7
Loosen the screws in plug J2 terminals and position the plug as you would to plug it into J2.
8
Using the 30755232-002, 100K-ohm, voltage divider connector kit supplied in the bag of
accessories, insert the wires into the appropriate screw clamps. Tighten the screws to secure
the wires.
9
Install the wired plug into J2. Since J2 has only three receptacles, one of the modified plug
connectors is designed to slide outside J2 when the plug is installed.
10
Locate jumper position W3 and make sure the jumper is in the proper position for your input
type. (See Figure 2-15 for the location.)
11
Locate jumper position MA/W1 and make sure the jumper is in the W1 position. (See Figure
2-15 for the location.)
12
Repeat steps 2 through 11 for input 2 printed circuit board as applicable.
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Figure 2-15 0-10 Volt dc input wiring
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2.7 Output Wiring Procedures
4-20 mA control output wiring
You can wire control output 1 or 2 for 4-20 mA output.
The prerequisites are:
•
Model Number - Table 2 = 1X, 6X, X1, X6
Refer to Figure 2-16 and follow the procedure in Table 2-15 to wire 4-20 mA control outputs.
Table 2-15 4-20 mA control output wiring
Step
Action
1
Open the recorder door. Loosen the captive screw in the chart plate and swing the plate out.
2
Locate connector J1 near the top of the control output #1 printed circuit board (refer to Figure
2-16 for location).
3
Remove the unwired plug from J1.
4
Run the output wires through the desired knockout.
5
For CE Mark conformity:
• Install the ferrite filter as shown in Figure 2-11.
• Install the .0047µF capacitor as shown in Figure 2-16.
6
Strip insulation from the end of each wire.
7
Loosen the screws in plug J1 terminals and position the plug as you would to plug it into J1.
8
Observing the polarity, insert the wires into the appropriate screw clamps as shown (refer to
Figure 2-16). Tighten the screws to secure the wires.
9
Install the wired plug into J1.
10
Locate jumper position W6/W7 on the bottom left portion of the board. Make sure W7 position
is selected for 4-20 mA output.
11
Repeat steps 2 through 10 for control output #2 printed circuit board as applicable.
ATTENTION
Be sure that the 4-20 mA current output is aligned. Refer to subsection 8.2 Current
Proportional Output Calibration.
TIP
The 4-20 mA output can be used as a retransmission output if it is not used as a control
output.
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Control Output #1-2 PCB
Current Output Select Jumper
W7 = Relay or
Current Output
W6
W7
Control Output #1 PCB
or
Auxiliary Output #2
#2 #1
Control Output #2 PCB
or
Auxiliary Output #3
Ferrite Filter
4-20 mA
output
+
22082
Cable Shield
Controller load
0-1000 ohms
Plug J1
_
.0047 µF
Capacitor
Fair-Rite P/N 0443164151
or equivalent
Required for CE Mark Conformity
Kit Part No. 51197612-502, contains two
ferrite filters; Part No.51197612-508
contains 8 ferrite filters. Install inside of
case. See Figure 2-11.
Capacitor Kit 51197755-001
Install capacitors as shown in figure.
Figure 2-16 4-20 mA control output wiring (or Aux Out #2 and #3 wiring)
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Position proportional control output wiring
You can wire control output 1 or 2 for position proportional output.
The prerequisites are:
•
Model Number - Table 2 = 10 or 11
Refer to Figure 2-17 and follow the procedure in Table 2-16 to wire position proportional control output.
ATTENTION
Be sure to calibrate the position proportional control output so that the increase and decrease
relays operate properly with respect to the position of the external feedback slidewire. Refer to
Section 8 - Output Calibration in this manual.
Table 2-16 Position proportional control output wiring
Step
Action
1
Open the recorder door. Loosen the captive screw in the chart plate and swing the plate out.
2
Locate connector J2 and J5 on the control output #1 printed circuit board (refer to Figure 2-17
for location) and remove the unwired plug from J2 and J5.
3
Locate jumper positions W2/W3 and W4/W5 below connector J5 on the printed circuit board.
Remove plug-in output #1 printed circuit board for better access to the jumpers. Be sure to tag
and remove all the plug connections to the printed circuit board before removing it. Position the
jumpers as shown in Figure 2-17 for desired relay contact action. Locate jumper position
W6/W7 on the bottom left portion of the board. Make sure position W6 is selected for position
proportioning, then reinstall the printed circuit board.
4
Run the feedback slidewire and motor drive wires through the desired knockouts.
5
For CE Mark conformity:
• install the ferrite filter as shown in Figure 2-11
• install the shield capacitors as shown in Figure 2-17.
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Strip insulation from the end of each wire.
7
Loosen the screws in plug J2 terminals and position the plug as you would to plug it into J2.
8
Insert the wires from the motor’s feedback slidewire into the appropriate screw clamps as
shown (refer to Figure 2-17). Tighten the screws to secure the wires.
9
Loosen the screws in plug J5 terminals and position the plug as you would to plug it into J5.
10
Insert the wires for the motor into the appropriate screw clamps as shown (refer to Figure
2-17). Tighten the screws to secure the wires.
11
Install the wired plug into J2 and J5, as applicable.
12
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Control
output
#1
PCB
Control output
#1-2 PCB
W2
Control
output
#2
PCB
W3
#2 #1
W4
W5
W6
W7
Relay No. 1
W2 = N.O. contact
W3 = N.C. contact
Relay No. 2
W4 = N.O. contact
W5 = N.C. contact
W6 = Position
Proportional
Output
22083
1
OPEN
2
Ferrite Filter
CLOSED
3
Plug J2
Motor's feedback
slidewire 100ž
to 1000ž
(Not required for
Three Position
Step Control)
.0047 µF
Capacitor
Cable Shield
OPEN (CW)
Fair-Rite P/N 0443164151
or equivalent
Required for CE Mark Conformity
Kit Part No. 51197612-502, contains
two ferrite filters; Part No.
51197612-508 contains 8 ferrite filters.
Install inside of case. See Figure 2-11.
Capacitor Kit 51197755-001
Install capacitors as shown in figure.
Relay 1
N
CLOSED (CCW) Motor
power
supply
Relay 2
H
Plug J5
.0047 µF
Capacitor
Figure 2-17 Position proportional control output wiring
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Relay control output wiring
You can wire control output 1 or 2 for relay output including Time proportional applications.
The prerequisites are:
•
Model Number - Table 2 = 1X or X1
Refer to Figure 2-18 and follow the procedure in Table 2-17 to wire relay control outputs.
ATTENTION
Relay #2 is used for time proportional control.
Table 2-17 Relay control output wiring
Step
Action
1
Open the recorder door. Loosen the captive screw in the chart plate and swing the plate out.
2
Locate connector J5 on the control output #1 printed circuit board (refer to Figure 2-18 for
location).
3
Remove the unwired plug from J5.
4
Locate jumper positions W2/W3 and W4/W5 below connector J5 on the printed circuit board.
Remove plug-in output #1 printed circuit board for better access to the jumpers. Be sure to tag
and remove all the plug connections to the printed circuit board before removing it. Position the
jumpers as shown in Figure 2-18 for desired relay contact action. Locate jumper position
W6/W7 on the bottom left portion of the board. Make sure W7 position is selected for relay
control output, then reinstall the printed circuit board.
5
Run the relay load wires through the desired knockouts.
6
For CE Mark conformity:
• Install the ferrite filter as shown in Figure 2-11.
• Install the shield capacitor as shown in Figure 2-18.
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Strip insulation from the end of each wire.
8
Loosen the screws in plug J5 terminals and position the plug as you would to plug it into J5.
9
Insert the relay wires and relay power into the appropriate screw clamps for single or duplex
action as shown (refer to Figure 2-18); tighten the screws to secure the wires.
10
Install the wired plug into J5.
11
Repeat steps 2 through 10 for control output #2 printed circuit board as applicable.
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Control output
#1-2 PCB
Control
output
#1
PCB
Relay No. 1
W2 = N.O. contact
W3 = N.C. contact
Relay No. 2
W4 = N.O. contact
W5 = N.C. contact
W2
W3
Control
output
#2
PCB
W4
#2 #1
W5
Position when shipped
N.O. with power applied
and OUT indicator light off.
W6
W7
W7 = Relay or
Current Output
22084
Ferrite Filter
External Load
power supply
Cable Shield
Relay 1
load
Fair-Rite P/N 0443164151
or equivalent
Required for CE Mark Conformity
Kit Part No. 51197612-502, contains two
ferrite filters; Part No.51197612-508
contains 8 ferrite filters. Install inside of
case. See Figure 2-11.
Heat
Relay 2
load
H
*
Cooling
Capacitor Kit 51197755-001
Install capacitors as shown in figure.
*Relay 2 is used for time proportional duplex.
Also used for 3 position step. See Figure 2-17.
N
Plug J5 (see Notes)
N
H
.0047 µ F
Capacitor
Notes:
1. J5 terminals 2 and 4 are the non-switched connections to an SPST relay.
Selectable for normally open or normally closed as required.
2. This relay supplies a dry contact closure. User must supply appropriate
power connections for his external device.
3. This relay has a resistive load rating of 5A @ 120 Vac.
Load calculation example:
Supply voltage
(for example: 115 Vac)
Resistance of customer
controlled device
must equal a
= number less
than 5 amps
Figure 2-18 Relay control output wiring
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2.8 Option Wiring Procedures
Alarm output and digital input wiring
You can wire #1 and #2 Alarm Outputs and Digital Inputs.
The prerequisites are:
•
Model Number - Table 3 = XX1
Refer to Figure 2-19 and follow the procedure in Table 2-18 to wire alarm outputs or digital inputs.
The alarm output is a dry contact closure.
Table 2-18 Alarm output or digital input wiring
Step
Action
1
Open the recorder door. Loosen the captive screw in the chart plate and swing the plate out.
2
Locate connector J3 and J4 on the alarm output/digital input printed circuit board (refer to
Figure 2-19 for location).
3
Remove the unwired plug from J3.
4
Run the digital input wires through the desired knockout.
5
For CE Mark conformity, install the ferrite filter as shown in Figure 2-11.
6
Strip insulation from the end of each wire.
7
Loosen the screws in plug J3 terminals and position the plug as you would to plug it into J3.
8
Insert the wires for the digital inputs into the appropriate screw clamps as shown (refer to
Figure 2-19). Note that you can wire the contacts in an and /or fashion, so that both contacts
or either contact initiates the configured action. Tighten the screws to secure the wires.
9
Install the wired plug into J3.
10
Remove the unwired plug from J4.
11
Run the alarm output wires through the desired knockout.
12
For CE Mark conformity:
• install the ferrite filter as shown in Figure 2-11
• install the shield capacitors as shown in Figure 2-19.
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Strip insulation from the end of each wire.
14
Loosen the screws in plug J4 terminals and position the plug as you would to plug it into J4.
15
Insert the wires for the alarm devices into the appropriate screw clamps as shown (refer to
Figure 2-19). Tighten the screws to secure the wires.
16
Locate the jumper positions W1/W2 and W3/W4 on the printed circuit board. Reposition the
jumpers as shown in Figure 2-19 for the desired relay control action. The recorder is shipped
with the W1 and W3 in N.C. positions.
17
Install the wired plug into J4.
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External Load
Power Supply
Cable Shield
Alarm outputs
W4
Alarm #1
Relay Load
W3
W2
Alarm #2
Relay Load
Alarm No. 1
W3 = N.C. contact
W4 = N.O. contact
Alarm No. 2
W1 = N.C. contact
W2 = N.O. contact
Position when shipped
N.C. with power off or
Alarm indicator light on.
W1
.0047 µF
Capacitor
Plug J4
(see Notes)
Ferrite Filter
# #
2 1
Fair-Rite P/N 0443164151
or equivalent
Required for CE Mark Conformity
Kit Part No. 51197612-502, contains two
ferrite filters; Part No.51197612-508
contains 8 ferrite filters. Install inside of
case. See Figure 2-11.
Capacitor Kit 51197755-001
Install capacitors as shown in figure.
22085
Notes:
1. J4 terminals 2 and 4 are the
non-switched connections to
an SPST relay. Selectable for
normally open or normally
closed as required.
2. This relay supplies a dry
contact closure. User must
supply appropriate power
connections for his external
device.
3. This relay has a resistive load
rating of 1A @ 120 Vac.
Load calculation example:
Supply voltage
(for example: 115 Vac)
Resistance of customer
controlled device
=
Cable Shield
Digital inputs
PIN 3 - 2nd Control Loop + Digital 2
PIN 2 - 1st Control Loop + Digital 1
Plug J3
PIN 1 - Recorder Supplied
Voltage Source
for Digital Inputs
.0047 µF
Capacitor
must equal a
number less
than 1 amps
Figure 2-19 Alarm output or digital input wiring
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Additional alarm wiring information
The DR4500 has the ability to provide for Alarm outputs 3, 4, 5, and 6.
Follow the procedures listed below to wire No. 3 and No. 4 Alarm Outputs and No. 5 and No. 6 Alarm
Outputs.
Alarms 3 and 4 output wiring
You can wire #3 and #4 Alarm Outputs.
The prerequisites are:
•
Model Number - Model Table 2 = 1X, 6X*
*If control output is 4-20 mA, then the relays on the control card are available for use as
alarms.
Refer to Figure 2-20 and follow the procedure in Table 2-19 to wire Alarm 3 and Alarm 4 outputs.
Table 2-19 Alarm 3 and Alarm 4 output wiring
Step
Action
1
Open the recorder door. Loosen the captive screw in the chart plate and swing the plate out.
2
Locate connector J5 on the 4-20 mA control output printed circuit board to wire relays #3 and
#4. Refer to Figure 2-20 for location.
3
Remove the unwired plug from J5.
4
Locate jumper position W2/W3 and W4/W5 below connector J5 on the printed circuit board.
Note that you may want to remove the plug-in output printed circuit board for better access to
jumpers. Be sure to tag and remove all the plug connections to the printed circuit boards
before removing it. Position the jumpers as shown for the desired relay contact action and
reinstall the printed circuit board.
5
Run the alarm output wires through the desired knockout.
6
For CE Mark conformity:
• Install the ferrite filter as shown in Figure 2-11.
• Install the capacitors as shown in Figure 2-20.
7
Strip insulation from the end of each wire.
8
Loosen the screws in plug J5 terminals and position the plug as you would to plug it into J5.
9
Insert the wires for the alarm devices into the appropriate screw clamps as shown. Refer to
Figure 2-20. Tighten the screws to secure the wires.
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Alarm 5 and 6 output wiring
You can wire #5 and #6 Alarm outputs.
The prerequisites are:
•
Model Key Number = DR45A2
•
Model Number - Model Table 2 = X1, X6*
*If control output is 4-20 mA, then the relays on the control card are available for use as
alarms.
Refer to Figure 2-20 and follow the procedure in Table 2-20 to wire Alarm 5 and Alarm 6 outputs.
Table 2-20 Alarm 5 and Alarm 6 output wiring
Step
Action
1
Open the recorder door. Loosen the captive screw in the chart plate and swing the plate out.
2
Locate connector J5 on the 4-20 mA control output printed circuit board to wire relays #5 and
#6. Refer to Figure 2-20 for location.
3
Remove the unwired plug from J5.
4
Locate jumper position W2/W3 and W4/W5 below connector J5 on the printed circuit board.
Note that you may want to remove the plug-in output printed circuit board for better access to
jumpers. Be sure to tag and remove all the plug connections to the printed circuit boards
before removing it. Position the jumpers as shown for the desired relay contact action and
reinstall the printed circuit board.
5
Run the Alarm output wires through the desired knockout.
6
For CE Mark conformity:
• Install the ferrite filter as shown in Figure 2-11.
• Install the capacitors as shown in Figure 2-20.
7
Strip insulation from the end of each wire.
8
Loosen the screws in plug J5 terminals and position the plug as you would to plug it into J5.
9
Insert the wires for the alarm devices into the appropriate screw clamps as shown. Refer to
Figure 2-20. Tighten the screws to secure the wires.
10
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Wiring for alarm outputs #3, 4, 5, and 6
Ferrite filter
Alarm No. 3
W2 = N.O. contact
W3 = N.C. contact
Alarm No. 4
W4 = N.O. contact
W5 = N.C. contact
W3
W5
External Load
Power Supply
Cable Shield
Alarm #3
Relay Load
Alarm #4
Relay Load
W2
4 - 20 mA
control output
and no. 3 & 4
alarm outputs
W4
PCB
Ferrite Filter
.0047 μF
Capacitor
Plug J5
Fair-Rite P/N 0443164151
or equivalent
Required for CE Mark Conformity
Kit Part No. 51197612-502, contains two
ferrite filters; Part No.51197612-508
contains 8 ferrite filters. Install inside of
case. See Figure 2-11.
Capacitor Kit 51197755-001
Install capacitors as shown in figure.
#2 #1
No. 5 & 6
Alarm outputs PCB
W3
W2
21466C
Plug J5
W5
External Load
Power Supply
Cable Shield
W4
Alarm #5
Relay Load
Alarm No. 5
W2 = N.O. contact
W3 = N.C. contact
Alarm No. 6
W4 = N.O. contact
W5 = N.C. contact
Alarm #6
Relay Load
Ferrite filter
.0047 μF
Capacitor
Figure 2-20 Alarm outputs #3, 4, 5, and 6 wiring
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RS485 Modbus communications wiring
RS485 Modbus Communications is an option available on the DR4500A recorder.
The prerequisites are:
•
Model Number - Table 3 = 3XX or 4XX
Refer to Figure 2-21 and follow the procedure in Table 2-21 to wire the RS485 Modbus communications
option.
Table 2-21 RS485 Modbus communications wiring
Step
Action
1
Open the recorder door. Loosen the captive screw in the chart plate and swing the plate out.
2
Locate connector J3 on the RS485 Modbus communications option printed circuit board (refer
to Figure 2-21 for location).
3
Remove the unwired plug from J3.
4
Run the communications option wires through the desired knockout.
5
For CE Mark conformity
• Install the ferrite filter as shown in Figure 2-11.
• Refer to Figure 2-21 for shield information.
6
Strip insulation from the end of each wire.
7
Loosen the screws in plug J3 terminals and position the plug as you would to plug it into J3.
8
Insert the wires for the communications option into the appropriate screw clamps as shown
(refer to Figure 2-22). Tighten the screws to secure the wires.
9
Install the wired plug J3 into J3 connector on the communications board.
REFERENCE
Refer to Documents 51-52-25-66 and 51-52-25-69 for a complete description of RS485
Modbus Communications Option.
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#2 #1
Ferrite Filter
24801
Fair-Rite P/N 0443164151
or equivalent
Required for CE Mark Conformity— Kit
supplied Part No. 51197612-502,
contains two ferrite filters. More than one
kit may be supplied. Install inside of case.
See Figure 2-11.
Communication wire must be Alpha
XTRA Guard I Cable (Alpha P/N 5121C)
Communications master
See
Note 2
Tx+/
Rx+
See
Note 1
Plug J3
Notes:
1. The shield of the RS485 Modbus Communications cable is not
connected at the recorder end and should not extend into the
recorder enclosure. The shield of the communication cable
should be connected to earth ground at the farthest end on the cable.
2. For non-CE Mark applications, use shielded twisted pair cables
(Belden 4271 Twinax or equivalent).
Tx–/
Rx–
SHLD
120 Ohm
Resistor
Place 120 Ohm Resistor on
last device, between Tx+/Rx+
and Tx–/Rx–.
To other
communications
instruments
(Maximum 15)
Optional communication
Figure 2-21 RS485 Modbus communications wiring
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4-20 mA auxiliary output wiring
You can wire an auxiliary output for 4–20 mA.
The prerequisites are:
•
Model Number - Table 3 = 1XX or 4XX
Refer to Figure 2-22 and follow the procedure in Table 2-22 to wire 4–20 mA auxiliary output.
Table 2-22 4-20 mA auxiliary output wiring
Step
Action
1
Open the recorder door. Loosen the captive screw in the chart plate and swing the plate out.
2
Locate connector J2 near the bottom of the auxiliary output printed circuit board (refer to
Figure 2-22 for location).
3
Remove the unwired plug from J2.
4
Run the output wires through the desired knockout.
5
For CE Mark conformity, install the ferrite filter as shown in Figure 2-11.
6
Strip insulation from the end of each wire.
7
Loosen the screws in plug J2 terminals and position the plug as you would to plug it into J2.
8
Observing the polarity, insert the wires into the appropriate screw clamps as shown (refer to
Figure 2-22). Tighten the screws to secure the wires.
9
Install the wired plug into J2.
ATTENTION
Be sure that the 4-20 mA auxiliary output is aligned. Refer to subsection 8.4 Auxiliary Output
Calibration.
TIP
The 4-20 mA output on the control output board can also be set up for an Auxiliary
retransmission output if it is not being used for a control output. This requires model selection
option Table II = 10, 60, 66.
TIP
Auxiliary output 2 and Auxiliary output 3 use Control current output 1 and Control current
output 2 if Control “OUT ALG” is not set to “CURRENT”.
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Auxiliary Output/
Modbus Comm
Printed Wiring Board
#2 #1
Ferrite Filter
Fair-Rite P/N 0443164151
or equivalent
22817
+
4-20 mA
auxiliary
output
Required for CE Mark Conformity
Kit Part No. 51197612-502, contains
two ferrite filters; Part No.51197612-508
contains 8 ferrite filters. Install inside of
case. See Figure 2-11.
Capacitor Kit 51197755-001
Install capacitors as shown in figure.
Controller load
0-1000 ohms
Plug J2
_
.0047 µF Capacitor
Figure 2-22 4-20 mA auxiliary output wiring
ATTENTION
Refer to Figure 2-16 for Auxiliary Output 2 and Auxiliary Output 3 wiring.
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2.9 Lockout Switch Configuration
Introduction
The configuration can be locked using S1 switch located next to the microprocessor U17 on the main
printed circuit board.
Restrictions based on lockout switch position
Figure 2-23 shows the location of the S1 lockout switch on the main printed circuit board.
When the lockout switch is OFF (Down—Configure):
•
You can view and change all applicable operating parameters as described in Section 4 –
Configuration Parameter Definitions.
When the lockout switch is ON (Up—Locked):
Most parameters for the recorder are locked and the parameters may not be changed except for
Tuning 1 and Tuning 2 parameters.
Main Printed
Wiring Board
(Right Side)
U19
J17
U17
•
R47
C56
C55
Y2
R45
C50
R42
R43
UP (ON) Locked
DOWN (OFF) Configure
S1
S1 Lockout Switch
22709
Figure 2-23 S1 lockout switch location
ATTENTION
Lockout can also be configured under set up group “LOCKOUT”. See Subsection 3.18.
This feature also includes the special screw and plate that provide the lead seal capability for
sealing the chart plate.
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3.1 Overview
Introduction
Configuration is a dedicated operation where you use straightforward keystroke sequences to select and
establish (configure) pertinent control data best suited for your application.
What’s in this section?
The table below lists the topics that are covered in this section.
Topic
See Page
3.1
Overview
55
3.2
Configuration Prompts
56
3.3
How To Get Started
58
3.4
Configuration Tips
59
3.5
Configuration Procedure
60
3.6
Input Set Up Group
62
3.7
Pen Set Up Group
64
3.8
Chart Set Up Group
65
3.9
Totalizer Set Up Group
66
3.10
Control Set Up Group
67
3.11
Tuning Parameters Set Up Group
69
3.12
SP Ramp Set Up Groups
70
3.13
Timer Set Up Group
71
3.14
Alarms Set Up Group
72
3.15
Auxiliary Output Set Up Group
74
3.16
Modbus Communications Set Up Group
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3.17
Options Set Up Group
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3.18
Lockout Set Up Group
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3.19
Configuration Record Sheet
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Prompts
To assist you in the configuration process, there are prompts that appear in the upper and lower displays.
These prompts let you know what group of configuration data (set up prompts) you are working with and
also the specific parameters (function prompts) associated with each group.
Figure 3-1 shows an overview of the prompt hierarchy.
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Configuration Prompts
3.2 Configuration Prompts
Diagram: prompt hierarchy
Figure 3-1 shows an overview of the DR4500A Set Up prompts and their associated Function prompt - read
from left to right.
Figure 3-1 DR4500A prompt hierarchy
Set Up Group
Function Prompts
INPUT 1
ENABLE
DECIMAL
UNITS
ENGUNITS
IN1 TYPE
XMITTER
IN1 HI
IN1 LO
CUTOFF 1
INPTCOMP
FILTER1
BURNOUT
EMISSIV
PEN 1 IN
CHART1HI
CHART1LO
PEN1ON
PEN1OFF
CHRTSPD
HOUR/REV
LINEARIZ
(Value)
RSET TOT
TOTAL 1
TOTAL EU
RATE
SCALER
RSETABLE
Same as INPUT 1
INPUT 2
ENABLE
PEN 1
Same as PEN 1
PEN 2
CHART
TOTAL 1
INHIBIT
Same as TOTAL 1
TOTAL 2
CONTROL 1
CONTROL 2
TUNING 1
TUNING 2
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ENABLE
PID SETS
SW VALUE
SP SOURC
RATIO
BIAS
SP TRACK
POWER UP
SP HILIM
SP LOLIM
ACTION
OUT HILIM
OUT LOLIM
DROPOFF
DEADBAND
OUT HYST
FAILSAFE
REM SW
MAN KEY
PBorGAIN
MINorRPM
CONT1ALG
OUT1ALG
4-20 RNG
RSET MIN
or
RSET RPM
MAN RSET
Same as CONTROL 1
FUZZY
ACCUTUNE
AT ERR
PROP BD
or
GAIN
RATE MIN
PROP BD2
or
GAIN 2
RATE2MIN
RSET2MIN
or
RSET2RPM
CYC SEC
CYC2SEC
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Set Up Group
SP RAMP1
Function Prompts
ENABLE
SP RAMP
TIME MIN
FINAL SP
SP RATE
EU/HR UP
EU/HR DN
SP PROG
RECYCLES
SOAK DEV
SYNC 1+2
PROFILE
STATE
RECOVERY
PROG END
SP RAMP2
Same as SP RAMP1
PRx STRT
PRx END
RAMPUNIT
SPP SEGS
SEGxRAMP
SEGx SP
SEGxTIME
SPP EVNT
SEGx EV
TIMER
PERIOD
START
LDISPLAY
RESET
ON-TIME
INCRMENT
A1S1 VAL
A1S2 VAL
A1S1TYPE
A1S2TYPE
A1S1 H L
A1S1SCAL
A1S2 H L
A1S2SCAL
AL1 HYST
20mA VAL
AUX OUT 2
4 mA VAL
20mA VAL
AUX OUT 3
DEVSETPT
SCROLL
FACT CRC
BATTERY
PROFILES
TIMER
ALARM 1
ALARM 2
ALARM 3
ALARM 4
ALARM 5
ALARM 6
Same as ALARM 1
AUX OUT
4 mA VAL
4mA VAL
20 mA VAL
COMM
ComSTATE
Com ADDR
BAUD
XMT DLAY
DBL DYTE
OPTIONS
REJ FREQ
HF REJ
RELHUMID
ATMPRES
DEVIATION
AUX OUT
GRANDTOT
LOCKOUT
LOCKOUT
ADJUST
For printing adjustments—see Troubleshooting/Service section of manual
CALIB
For field calibration—see Calibration section of manual
STATUS
VERSION
FAILSAFE*
RAM TEST
CONFTEST
CAL TEST
*Displayed on test failure only
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How To Get Started
3.3 How To Get Started
Read the configuration tips
Read subsection 3.4 Configuration Tips which will help you to easily and quickly configure your recorder.
Read configuration procedure
Read subsection 3.5 Configuration Procedure which tells you how to access the Set Up groups, and the
function parameters within each of these groups that are shown in the Prompt Hierarchy in Figure 3-1.
Set Up groups
The Set Up groups and function parameters are listed in the order of their appearance. The list includes the
name of the prompt, the range of setting or selections available, and the factory setting. It allows you to
quickly find a parameter and obtain the available range or selection you require.
Parameter explanations or definitions
If you need a detailed explanation of any prompt listed, refer to Section 4 – Configuration Parameter
Definitions. This section lists the set up and function prompts, the selections or range of settings that you
can make for each, plus a detailed explanation or definition of each parameter.
Configuration record sheet
Located in subsection 3.19 is a Configuration Record Sheet. When you make your configuration selections,
record them on this sheet. Then you will have a record of how the recorder was configured.
Set up the recorder in this order:
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•
Inputs (Display will be correct)
•
Pens
•
Chart
•
Alarms
•
Control
•
Tuning
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3.4 Configuration Tips
Introduction
Listed below in Table 3-1 are some tips that will help you enter the configuration data more quickly.
Table 3-1 Configuration tips
Function
Tip
Displaying groups
Use the SET UP key to display the Set Up groups. The group titles are listed in
this section in the order that they appear in the recorder.
Displaying
functions
Use the FUNC key to display the individual parameters under each group. The
prompts are listed in the order of their appearance in each group.
Scrolling
To get to a Set Up group prompt more quickly, hold the SET UP key in. To get
to a function prompt more quickly, hold the FUNC key in. The display will scroll
through the parameters.
ATTENTION The prompting scrolls at a rate of 2/3 seconds when the SET
UP or FUNC key is held in. Also, [▲] [▼] keys will move group prompts
forward or backward at a rate twice as fast.
Changing values
quickly
When Changing the value of a parameter, you can adjust a more significant
digit in the upper display by holding in one key [▲] or [▼] , and pressing the
other [▲] or [▼] at the same time.
• The adjustment will move one digit to the left.
• Press the key again and you will move one more digit to the left.
Restoring to the
original value
When you change the value or selection of a parameter while in Set Up mode
and decide not to enter it, press RUN/HOLD once, the original value or
selection will be recalled.
Exiting Set Up mode
To exit Set Up mode, press the LOWR DISP key. This returns the display to
the same state it was in immediately preceding entry into the Set Up mode.
Timing out from Set
Up mode
If you are in Set Up mode and do not press any keys for one minute, the
recorder will time out and revert to the mode and display that was being used
prior to entry into Set Up mode.
Key error
When a key is pressed and the prompt “KEY ERROR” appears in the lower
display, it will be for one of the following reasons:
• parameter not available
• not in Set Up mode, press SET UP key first
• key malfunction, do keyboard test (operation)
• individual key locked out
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Configuration Procedure
3.5 Configuration Procedure
Introduction
•
Each of the Set Up groups and their functions are preconfigured at the factory.
•
The factory settings are shown in the Set Up group tables that follow this procedure.
•
If you want to change any of these selections or values, follow the procedure in Table 3-2. This
procedure tells you the keys to press to get to any Set Up group and any associated Function parameter
prompt.
•
If you need a detailed explanation of any prompt, refer to Section 4 – Configuration Parameter
Definitions.
Procedure
Follow the procedure listed in Table 3-2 to access the Set Up groups and Function prompts.
TIP
The prompting scrolls at a rate of 2/3 seconds when the SET UP or FUNC key is held in. Also,
[▲] [▼] keys will move group prompts forward or backward at a rate twice as fast.
Table 3-2 Configuration procedure
Step
1
Operation
Select Set Up mode
Press
SET
UP
Result
Upper Display: SET UP—Lets you know you are in the
configuration mode and a Set Up group title is being
displayed in the lower display.
Lower Display: INPUT 1—This is the first Set Up group
title.
2
Select any Set Up group
SET
UP
• Successive presses of the SET UP key will
sequentially display the other Set Up group titles
shown in the prompt hierarchy in Figure 3-1.
• You can also use the [▲] [▼] keys to scan the Set Up
groups in both directions.
• Stop at the Set Up group title which describes the
group of parameters you want to configure. Then
proceed to the next step.
3
Select a Function
parameter
FUNC
Upper Display: Shows the current value or selection for
the first function prompt of the particular Set Up group
that you have selected (EXAMPLE: ENABLE/DISABLE).
Lower Display:—Depends on what is selected in Set Up
group. Shows the first function prompt within that Set Up
group (EXAMPLE: INPUT 1).
4
Select other Function
parameters
FUNC
• Successive presses of the FUNC key will sequentially
display the other function prompts of the Set Up group
you have selected.
• Stop at the function prompt that you want to change,
then proceed to the next step.
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Step
5
Operation
Change the value or
selection
Press
▲ or ▼
Result
• These keys increment or decrement the value or
selection that appears for the function prompt you have
selected.
• See subsection 3.4 Configuration Tips for instructions
to increase or decrease value quickly.
• Change the value or selection to meet your needs.
• If the display flashes, you are trying to make an
unacceptable entry.
6
Enter the value or selection
FUNC
• This key selects another function prompt.
or
SET
UP
• This key selects another Set Up group.
The value or selection you have made will be entered into
memory after another key is pressed.
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LOWR
DISP
This exits configuration mode and returns the recorder to
the same state it was in immediately preceding entry into
the Set Up mode. It stores any changes you have made.
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Input Set Up Group
3.6 Input Set Up Group
Introduction
This data deals with various parameters required to configure input 1 or input 2.
Function prompts
Table 3-3 lists all the function prompts in the “INPUT 1” Set Up group. Repeat the process for input 2.
•
Press the SET UP key until INPUT 2 appears in the display.
Table 3-3 Input group function prompts
Function Prompt
Lower Display
Function Name
Selections or Range of Setting
Upper Display
Factory
Setting
INPUT 1
Input 1 Actuation
DISABL
ENABLE
ENABLE
DECIMAL
Decimal Point Location
XXXX
XXX.X
XX.XX
X.XXX
XXX.X
UNITS
Temperature Units
DEG F
DEG C
XXXXX (make selection at prompt
"ENGUNITS")
ENGUNITS
Engineering Units
0 to 9
A to Z
+
–
\
(blank)
IN1 TYPE
Input 1 Actuation Type
B TC
E TC H
E TC L
J TC H
J TC L
K TC H
K TC L
NNM TC
NIC TC
R TC
S TC
T TC H
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One
Two
Three
T TC L
W TC H
W TC L
100 PT
500 PT
100 RH
4-20 mA
0-10 mV
10-50m
0-5 V
0-10 V
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Function Prompt
Lower Display
XMITTER
Function Name
Transmitter Characterization
Selections or Range of Setting
Upper Display
B TC
E TC H
E TC L
J TC H
J TC L
K TC H
K TC L
NNM TC H
NIC TC
R TC
S TC
T TC H
T TC L
W TC H
W TC L
100 PT
500 PT
100 RH
LINEAR*
SQROOT*
Factory
Setting
Linear
*Set “IN1 HI” and “IN1 LO”
IN1 HI
Input 1 High Range Value
(linear inputs only)
–999.0 to 9999.
in engineering units
900
IN1 LO
Input 1 Low Range Value
(linear inputs only)
–999.0 to 9999.
in engineering units
-300
CUTOFF 1
Low Flow Cutoff Selection
0 to 100% of input range
0
INPTCOMP
Input Compensation
–999.9 to 9999.
0
FILTER 1
Input 1 Filter
0 to 120 seconds
0
BURNOUT
Burnout Protection
NONE
UP
DOWN
UP
EMISSIV
Emissivity
.01 to 1.00
.01
Repeat this procedure for INPUT 2.
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Pen Set Up Group
3.7 Pen Set Up Group
Introduction
The functions listed in this group deal with how to configure pen #1 or pen #2. The procedure for
configuring each pen is the same. The prompts shown in Table 3-4 show PEN 1.
•
Repeat the process for pen 2.
•
Press the SET UP key until PEN 2 appears in the display.
Function prompts
Table 3-4 lists all the function prompts in the PEN Set Up groups.
Table 3-4 Pen 1 or 2 group function prompts
Function Prompt
Lower Display
Function Name
Selections or Range of Setting
Upper Display
Factory
Setting
PEN 1
Pen Record
ENABLE
DISABL
PEN1IN
Pen Input
INPUT1
INPUT2
RH
CHART1HI
Chart High Range Value
–999.0 to 9999
302.0
CHART1LO
Chart Low Range Value
–999.0 to 9999
292.0
PEN1ON
Pen Chart Position for ON
Event
0 to 100%
91.0
PEN1OFF
Pen Chart Position for OFF
Event
0 to 100%
93.0
ENABLE
OUTPT1
OUTPT2
SETPT1
SETPT2
DGTL1
DGTL2
INPUT 1
Repeat this procedure for PEN 2.
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3.8 Chart Set Up Group
Introduction
The functions listed in this group deal with the parameters that must be set to assure proper chart function.
CAUTION
Before making any configuration changes to the Chart Set Up group, place the recorder in
“Chart Hold”. Press the CHART key to stop the chart rotation. Press again after configuration
entry is made.
Function prompts
Table 3-5 lists all the function prompts in the “Chart” Set Up group.
Table 3-5 Chart group function prompts
Function Prompt
Lower Display
Function Name
Selections or Range of Setting
Upper Display
Factory
Setting
CHRTSPD
Chart Speed Selection
8HR
12HR
24HR
7DAYS
XHR (See prompt "HOUR/REV")
XHR
HOUR/REV
Hours per Revolution
(appears only if "XHR" is
selected above)
1 to 744
12
LINEARIZ
Linearization
LINEAR
NONLIN
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Totalizer Set Up Group
3.9 Totalizer Set Up Group
Introduction
The functions listed in this group deal with the calculation and display of the total flow volume as
measured by input 1 (total 1) or input 2 (total 2). The displayed value is 8 digits with a configurable scale
factor.
Function prompts
Table 3-6 lists all the function prompts in the “TOTAL 1” Set Up group. Repeat the process for input 2.
•
Press the SET UP key until TOTAL 2 appears in the display.
Table 3-6 Totalizer group function prompts
Function Prompt
Lower Display
Function Name
Selections or Range of Setting
Upper Display
Factory
Setting
Actual Current
Totalized Value
View Current Totalized
Value
Current Scale Factor
Example: E1 GPM
E0 GAL
RSET TOT
Reset Totalizer to Zero
(RSETABLE must be set to
“LOCAL”)
NO
YES
NO
TOTAL 1
Totalizer 1
DISABL
INPUT1
INPUT2
DISABL
TOTAL EU
Total Engineering Units
0 to 9
A to Z
+
–
/
(blank)
GAL
RATE
Rate of Integration
SECOND
MINUTE
HOUR
DAY
M/DAY (Millions of Units per Day)
SECOND
SCALER
Totalizer Scale Factor
1
10
100
1000
1
RSETABLE
Totalizer Reset
NO
LOCAL
EXTSW1*
EXTSW2*
10000
100000
1E6 (1,000,000)
NO
*Total will be set to “0” on closure of the
assigned external switch.
INHIBIT
Totalizer Inhibit
NONE
S1 OPEN
S1 CLOSE
S2 OPEN
S2 CLOSE
NONE
Repeat this procedure for INPUT 2.
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3.10 Control Set Up Group
Introduction
This data deals with various parameters required to effectively control your process.
Function prompts
Table 3-7 lists all the function prompts in the “CONTROL 1” or “CONTROL 2” Set Up group. You can
enable the Control groups in the Option group.
Table 3-7 Control 1 or Control 2 group function prompts
Function Prompt
Lower Display
Function Name
Selections or Range of Setting
Upper Display
Factory
Setting
CONTROL1
Control Loop 1
DISABL
ENABLE
ENABLE
PID SETS
Tuning Parameter Sets
1 ONLY
2KEYBD
2PV SW
2SP SW
1 ONLY
SW VALUE
Automatic Switchover Value
–999.0 to 9999
0.00
SP SOURC
Setpoint Source
1 LOCAL
REMOTE
2 LOCAL
OUT 2 (available for Control 1 only)
1 LOCAL
NOTE: If you select “REMOTE", then RSP
will be on Input 2.
RATIO
Ratio for Remote Setpoint
–20.00 to 20.00
1.0
BIAS
Bias for Remote Setpoint
–999.0 to 9999 in engineering units
0
SP TRACK
Setpoint Tracking
NONE
RSP
NONE
POWER UP
Power Up Controller Mode
Recall
MANUAL
A LSP
A RSP
AM SP
AM LSP
MANUAL
SP HILIM
High Setpoint Limit
–999.0 to 9999.
500
SP LOLIM
Low Setpoint Limit
–999.0 to 9999.
0
ACTION
Control Output Direction
DIRECT
REVRSE
REVRSE
OUTHILIM
High Output Limit
–5.0 to 105.0% of output
100.0
OUTLOLIM
Low Output Limit
–5.0 to 105.0% of output
0
DROPOFF
Controller Dropoff Value
–5.0 to 105.0% of output
0.0
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Control Set Up Group
Function Prompt
Lower Display
DEADBAND
Function Name
Output Relay Deadband
Selections or Range of Setting
Upper Display
Factory
Setting
2.0
• Time Proportional Duplex:
–5.0 to 25.0%
• On-Off Duplex:
0.0 to 25.0%
• Position Proportional
0.5 to 5.0%
OUT HYST
Output Relay Hysteresis
0.0 to 5.0% of PV Span
0.5
FAILSAFE
Failsafe Output Value
0 to 100%
50
REM SW
Remote Switching
(Digital Input)
NONE
TO MAN
TO LSP
MAN KEY
Manual Mode Key Selection
ENABLE
DISABL
ENABLE
PB or GAIN
Proportional Band or Gain
Units
PB PCT
GAIN*
GAIN
MIN orRPM
Reset Units
RPM (repeats per minute)
MIN (minutes per repeat)
MIN
CONT1 ALG
Control Algorithm
ON-OFF
PID-A
PID-B
PD+MR
PID-A
OUT1 ALG
Output Algorithm
TIME TIME D
CURRNT
CUR TI
POSITN
TI CUR
CURRENT
4–20RNG
Current/Time Duplex Range
(CUR D)
100PCT (FULL)
50 PCT (SPLIT)
50PCT
TO 2SP
TO DIR
RN/HLD
TUNE
TIMER
NONE
*Note: GAIN must be used with OUTPUT ALG settings of TIME D (TIME DUPLEX) or TI CUR (TIME
CURRENT)
Repeat this procedure for CONTROL 2.
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3.11 Tuning Parameters Set Up Group
Introduction
These Tuning Set Up groups contain the Function parameters that will allow your recorder to respond
correctly to changes in process variable or setpoint. You can start with predetermined values but you will
have to watch your process to determine how to modify them.
Function prompts
Table 3-8 lists all the function prompts in the Tuning 1 or Tuning 2 Set Up groups. How the “Control” Set
Up group is configured determines which prompts will appear.
Table 3-8 Tuning 1 or Tuning 2 group function prompts
Function Prompt
Lower Display
Function Name
Selections or Range of Setting
Upper Display
Factory
Setting
FUZZY
Fuzzy Overshoot
Suppression
DISABL
ENABLE
DISABL
ACCUTUNE
Accutune II for Control Loop
DISABL
ENABLE
DISABL
AT ERR
Accutune Error Codes
No message under normal conditions
––
Read Only message displayed if tuning has
been manually aborted
1.0
PROP BD
or
GAIN
Proportional Band
or
Gain
0.1 to 1000%
RATE MIN
Rate in minutes
0.00 to 10.00 minutes
0.00
RSET MIN
or
RSET RPM
Reset in minutes/repeat
or
Reset in repeats/minute
0.02 to 50.00
1.0
0.02 to 50.00
1.0
MAN RSET
Manual Reset
–100 to 100% output
0.0
PROP BD2
or
GAIN 2
Proportional Band 2
or
Gain 2
0.1 to 1000%
5.0
RATE2MIN
Rate 2 in minutes
0.08 to 10.00 minutes
0.00
RSET2MIN
Reset 2 in minutes/repeat
0.02 to 50.00
0.2
RSET2RPM
Reset 2 in repeats/minute
0.02 to 50.00
0.2
CYC SEC
Cycle Time (Heat)
Electromechanical Relays
1 to 120 seconds
20.0
CYC2 SEC
Cycle Time 2 (Cool)
Electromechanical Relays
1 to 120 seconds
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SP Ramp Set Up Groups
3.12 SP Ramp Set Up Groups
The Setpoint Ramp 1 or 2 Set Up groups let you configure two setpoint ramps. Each group (SP RAMP1
and SP RAMP 2) can be configured one of three ways: ramp, rate, or setpoint program.
Setpoint Ramp
Setpoint will ramp between the current local setpoint and a final setpoint over a time interval (SP RAMP).
Setpoint Rate
The Setpoint Ramp Set Up group also contains the function parameters that let you configure a specific
ramp rate up and ramp rate down (SP RATE). These rates are used when the local setpoint is manually
changed.
Setpoint Program
Also included under this group are prompts for configuring a Setpoint program (SP PROG). The prompts
and instructions for Setpoint programming are presented in the Section 6 - Setpoint Ramp/Soak
Programming Option.
Function prompts
Table 3-9 lists all the function prompts in the SP RAMP 1 or SP RAMP 2 Set Up group. Configure each
ramp separately. When you enable the ramp type (SP RAMP, SP RATE, SP PROG) the other two types
are hidden from the display.
Table 3-9 SP Ramp 1 or 2 group function prompts
Function Prompt
Lower Display
Function Name
Selections or Range of Setting
Upper Display
Factory
Setting
SP RAMP*
Single Setpoint Ramp
Selection
DISABL
ENABLE
DISABL
TIME MIN
Single Setpoint Ramp Time
0 to 255 minutes
0
FINAL SP
Single Setpoint Ramp Final
Setpoint
Enter a value within the setpoint limits
100.0
SP RATE*
Setpoint Rate
DISABL
ENABLE
DISABL
EU/HR UP
Rate up value (SP Rate
enabled)
0 to 9999
in units per hour
0
EU/HR DN
Rate down value (SP Rate
enabled)
0 to 9999
in units per hour
0
SP PROG*
Setpoint Programming
(Refer to Section 6)
DISABL
ENABLE
DISABL
*Only one of these can be enabled at a time.
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Timer Set Up Group
3.13 Timer Set Up Group
Introduction
The Timer gives a countdown or elapsed time, after which Relay 1 energizes. If Timer is enabled, it has
exclusive control over Relay 1; Alarm 1 will not control the relay.
Function prompts
Table 3-10 lists all the function prompts in the TIMER Set Up group.
Table 3-10 Timer group function prompts
Function Prompt
Lower Display
Function Name
Selections or Range of Setting
Upper Display
Factory
Setting
TIMER
Timer Enable/Disable
ENABLE
DISABL
DISABL
PERIOD
Timeout Period
0:00 to 99:59
0
START
Start Initiation
RHKEY
ALARM2
RHKEY
LDISPLAY
Timer Display
TREM
ET
TREM
RESET
Timer Reset Control
RHKEY
ALARM1
REPEAT
RHKEY
ON-TIME
Timer Repeat Mode
On-Time
1 SEC
2 SEC
3 SEC
4 SEC
5 SEC
INCRMENT
Timer Count Increment
MINUTE
SECOND
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Alarms Set Up Group
3.14 Alarms Set Up Group
Introduction
This data deals with the Alarms function that is available with your recorder.
•
There are six alarms available. Each alarm has two setpoints.
•
You can configure each of these two setpoints to alarm on various recorder parameters. There are two
alarm output selections, high or low.
•
You can also configure the two setpoints to alarm on the same event and to alarm both high and low, if
desired. An adjustable hysteresis of 0.0% to 100.0% is configurable for each alarm.
Priority of functions that operate relays
During alarm conditions an alarm will deenergize its associated relay unless a higher priority function has
been configured for that relay. See Table 3-11. If you want the alarm to control the relay, do not configure
a higher priority function.
Table 3-11 Priority of functions that operate relays
Relay
1
Relay is controlled by (in order of priority)
1. Timer function
2. Alarm 1
2
3
Alarm 2 only
1. Controller 1 output algorithms Relay Simplex,
Position Proportional, Relay Duplex,
Current/Relay Duplex
2. Alarm 3
4
1. Controller 1 output algorithms Position
Proportional, Relay Duplex, Current/Relay
Duplex
2. Alarm 4
5
1. Controller 2 output algorithms Relay Simplex,
Position Proportional, Relay Duplex,
Current/Relay Duplex
2. Alarm 5
6
1. Controller 2 output algorithms Position
Proportional, Relay Duplex, Current/Relay
Duplex
2. Alarm 6
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Function prompts
Table 3-12 lists all the function prompts in the Alarms Set Up group.
Table 3-12 Alarms group function prompts
Function Prompt
Lower Display
Function Name
Selections or Range of Setting
Upper Display
Factory
Setting
AxS1 VAL
Alarm 1, Setpoint 1 Value
Value in engineering units
90
AxS2 VAL
Alarm 1, Setpoint 2 Value
Value in engineering units
95
AxS1TYPE
Alarm 1, Setpoint 1 Type
NONE
IN 1 (Input 1)
IN 2 (Input 2)
RH (Relative Humidity)
PV (Process Variable Loop 1)
DEV (Loop 1 Deviation)
OUT (Loop 1 Output)
DEV2 (Loop 2 Deviation)
OUT2 (Loop 2 Output)
EVENT (SP Programming-Segment Event)
TOTAL 1 (Totalizer to Alarm On)
TOTAL 2 (Totalizer to Alarm On)
IN 1
AxS2TYPE
Alarm 1, Setpoint 2 Type
Same as A1S1TYPE
IN 1
AxS1 H L
Alarm 1, Setpoint 1 State
LO (Low Alarm)
H I (High Alarm)
LO
AxS1SCAL
Alarm 1, Setpoint 1 Scaling
Multiplier for Totalizer
Selection
1
10
100
1000
AxS2 H L
Alarm 1, Setpoint 2 State
LO
HI
HI
AxS2SCAL
Alarm 1, Setpoint 2 Scaling
Multiplier for Totalizer
Selection
1
10
100
1000
10000
100000
1E6
1
ALx HYST
Alarm Hysteresis
0.0 to 100.0 % of Input Span as appropriate
0.1
10000
100000
1E6
1
Repeat this procedure for ALARM 2, ALARM 3, ALARM 4, ALARM 5, ALARM 6.
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Auxiliary Output Set Up Group
3.15 Auxiliary Output Set Up Group
Introduction
The auxiliary output will supply a 4-20mA output scaled to one of four operating parameters: Input,
Output, Setpoint, or Deviation. This current is supplied from a separate option card. AUX OUT 2 and
AUX OUT 3 use CONTROL CURRENT OUT 1 and CONTROL CURRENT OUT 2 if CONTROL OUT
ALG is not set to CURRENT.
Function prompts
Table 3-13 lists all the function prompts in the Auxiliary Output Set Up group.
Table 3-13 Auxiliary output group function prompts
Function Prompt
Lower Display
Function Name
Selections or Range of Setting
Upper Display
Factory
Setting
AUX OUT 1
Auxiliary Output
Representation
DISABL
IN 1
IN 2
PV 1
DEV 1
OUT 1
4 mA VAL
Low Scaling Factor
Low scale value to represent 4 mA
0.0
20mA VAL
High Scaling Factor
High scale value to represent 20 mA
100.0
SP 1
PV 2
DEV 2
OUT 2
SP 2
DISABL
Repeat this procedure for AUX OUT 2 and AUX OUT 3.
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3.16 Modbus Communications Set Up Group
Introduction
This data deals with the Communications option that is available with your recorder. This option allows the
recorder to be connected to a host computer via the Modbus protocol.
If your recorder does not have this option the prompts will not appear.
ATTENTION
Refer to Documents 51-52-25-66 and 51-52-25-69 for a complete description of the RS485
Modbus Communications Option.
Function prompts
Table 3-14 lists all the function prompts in the Modbus Communications Set Up group.
Table 3-14 Modbus communications group function prompts
Function Prompt
Lower Display
Function Name
Selections or Range of Setting
Upper Display
Factory
Setting
ComSTATE
Modbus Communications
DISABL
MODBUS
DISABL
Com ADDR
Communications Station
Address
1 to 99
1
BAUD
Communications Baud Rate
300
600
1200
2400
4800
9600
19200
38400
9600
XMT DLAY
Transmit Delay
(in milliseconds)
NONE
10MSEC
20MSEC
30MSEC
40MSEC
50MSEC
NONE
DBL BYTE
Double Byte Order
FP B
FP BB
FP L
FP LB
FP B
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Options Set Up Group
3.17 Options Set Up Group
Introduction
This data deals with various options that are available with your recorder. If your recorder does not have
any of these options the prompts will not appear.
Function prompts
Table 3-15 lists all the function prompts in the Option Set Up group.
Table 3-15 Options group function prompts
Function Prompt
Lower Display
Function Name
Selections or Range of Setting
Upper Display
Factory
Setting
REJ FREQ
Rejection Frequency
50HZ
60HZ
60HZ
HF REJ
High Frequency Rejection
ENABLE
DISABL
ENABLE
RELHUMID
Relative Humidity
NO
YES
NO
ATMPRES
Atmospheric Pressure
Compensation
590 to 800 mmHg
––
DEVIATION
Deviation Recording Action
NONE
SETPNT
CHAN1
NONE
DEVSETPT
Deviation Setpoint Value
–999.0 to 9999
0
SCROLL
Lower Display Scroll
NONE
1 SEC
2 SEC
3 SEC
NONE
GRANDTOT
Grand Totalizer
ENABLE
DISABL
DISABL
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3.18 Lockout Set Up Group
Introduction
These are the parameters that you will select to lockout any unauthorized changes to the recorder's
configuration and calibration prompts.
Function prompt
Table 3-16 lists all the function prompts in the Lockout Set Up group.
Table 3-16 Lockout group function prompts
Function Prompt
Lower Display
LOCKOUT
Function Name
Lockout
Selections or Range of Setting
Upper Display
NONE
CALIB
+CONF
MAX
Factory
Setting
CALIB
ATTENTION
Configuration can also be locked using S1 switch on the main printed circuit board. Refer to
Subsection 2.9 – Configuration Lockout Switch. The chart plate can be sealed using a lead
seal to provide a positive indication that the electronics and configuration lockout switch may
have been accessed.
This feature also includes the special screw and plate that provide for the lead seal capability for sealing the
chart plate.
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Configuration Record Sheet
3.19 Configuration Record Sheet
Keep a record
Enter the value or selection for each prompt on this sheet so you will have a record of how your recorder
was configured.
Group
Prompt
INPUT 1
Function
prompt
Value or
Selection
INPUT
DECIMAL
UNITS
ENGUNITS
IN1 TYPE
XMITTER
IN1 HI
IN1 LO
CUTOFF 1
ENABLE
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
BIAS n
INPUT 2
FILTER 1
BURNOUT
EMISSIV
PEN 1
FILTER 2
BURNOUT
EMISSIV
ENABLE
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
PEN 2
PEN1IN
CHART1HI
CHART1LO
PEN1ON
PEN1OFF
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
CHART
PEN2IN
CHART2HI
CHART2LO
PEN2ON
PEN2OFF
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
TOTAL 1
CHRTSPD
HOUR/REV
LINEARIZ
_______
_______
_______
(Value)
RSET TOT
TOTAL 1
TOTAL EU
RATE
SCALER
RSETABLE
INHIBIT
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
INPUT
DECIMAL
UNITS
ENGUNITS
IN2 TYPE
XMITTER
IN2 HI
IN2 LO
CUTOFF 2
BIAS n
78
Factory
Setting
XXX.X
DEGF
—
100PT
LINEAR
900
-300
0
n=1–2
0
UP
.01
XXX.X
DEGF
—
100PT
LINEAR
900
-300
0
n=1–2
0
UP
.01
INPUT1
302.0
292.0
91.0
93.0
Group
Prompt
Function
prompt
Value or
Selection
Factory
Setting
TOTAL 2
(Value)
RSET TOT
TOTAL 2
TOTAL EU
RATE
SCALER
RSETABLE
INHIBIT
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
E0 GAL
NO
DISABL
GAL
SECOND
1
NO
NONE
CONTROL 1
CONTROL1
PID SETS
SW VALUE
SP SOURC
RATIO
BIAS
SP TRACK
POWER UP
SPHILIM
SPLOLIM
ACTION
OUTHILIM
OUTLOLIM
DROPOFF
DEADBAND
OUT HYST
FAILSAFE
REM SW
MAN KEY
PBorGAIN
MINorRPM
CONT1ALG
OUT1ALG
4-20 RNG
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
ENABLE
1ONLY
0.0
1LOCAL
1.0
0
NONE
MANUAL
LAST
0
REVRSE
100.0
0
0.0
2.0
0.5
50
NONE
ENABLE
GAIN
MIN
PIDA
CURRENT
50PCT
INPUT2
302.0
292.0
91.0
93.0
XHR
12
—
E0 GAL
NO
DISABL
GAL
SECOND
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Prompt
Function
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CONTROL 2
CONTROL2
PID SETS
SW VALUE
SP SOURC
RATIO
BIAS
SP TRACK
POWER UP
SP HILIM
SP LOLIM
ACTION
OUTHILIM
OUTLOLIM
DROPOFF
DEADBAND
OUT HYST
FAILSAFE
REM SW2
MAN KEY
PBorGAIN
MINorRPM
CONT2ALG
OUT2ALG
4-20 RNG
FUZZY
ACCUTUNE
AT ERR
PROP BD
or
GAIN
RATE MIN
RSET MIN
or
RSET RPM
MAN RSET
CYCSEC
PROP BD2
or
GAIN 2
RATE2MIN
RSET2MIN
or
RSET2RPM
CYC2SEC
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Selection
Factory
Setting
Group
Prompt
Function
prompt
Value or
Selection
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
______
ENABLE
1ONLY
0.0
1LOCAL
1.0
0
NONE
MANUAL
500
0
REVRSE
100.0
0
0.0
2.0
0.5
50
NONE
ENABLE
GAIN
MIN
PIDA
CURRENT
50PCT
TUNING 2
FUZZY
ACCUTUNE
AT ERR
PROP BD
or
GAIN
RATE MIN
RSET MIN
or
RSET RPM
MAN RSET
CYCSEC
PROP BD2
or
GAIN 2
RATE2MIN
RSET2MIN
or
RSET2RPM
CYC2SEC
_______
_______
Read only
_______
DISABL
DISABL
—
1.0
_______
_______
_______
1.0
0.00
1.0
_______
_______
_______
_______
1.0
0.0
20.0
1.0
_______
_______
_______
1.0
0.00
1.0
_______
_______
1.0
20.0
SP RAMP1
_______
_______
Read only
_______
DISABL
DISABL
_______
_______
_______
1.0
0.00
1.0
_______
_______
_______
_______
1.0
0.0
20.0
1.0
SP RAMP
TIME MIN
FINAL SP
SP RATE
EU/HR UP
EU/HR DN
SP PROG
RECYCLES
SOAK DEV
PROFILE
STATE
RECOVERY
PROG END
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
DISABL
0
100.0
DISABL
—
—
DISABL
—
—
—
—
—
—
SP RAMP2
_______
_______
_______
1.0
0.00
1.0
_______
_______
1.0
20.0
SP RAMP
TIME MIN
FINAL SP
SP RATE
EU/HR UP
EU/HR DN
SP PROG
RECYCLES
SOAK DEV
PROFILE
STATE
RECOVERY
PROG END
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
DISABL
0
100.0
—
—
—
DISABL
—
—
—
—
—
—
PROFILES
PRx STRT
PRx END
RAMPUNIT
SYNC 1+2
_______
_______
_______
_______
—
—
—
—
SPP SEGS
SEGxRAMP
SEGx SP
SEGxTIME
_______
_______
_______
—
—
—
SPP EVNT
SEGx EV
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Group
Prompt
TIMER
ALARM 1
ALARM 2
ALARM 3
ALARM 4
80
Function
prompt
Value or
Selection
Factory
Setting
Group
Prompt
Function
prompt
Value or
Selection
Factory
Setting
ALARM 5
A5S1 VAL
A5S2 VAL
A5S1TYPE
A5S2TYPE
A5S1 H L
A5S1SCAL
A5S2 H L
A5S2SCAL
AL5 HYST
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
90
95
INPUT1
INPUT1
LO
1
HI
1
0.1
ALARM 6
A6S1 VAL
A6S2 VAL
A6S1TYPE
A6S2TYPE
A6S1 H L
A6S1SCAL
A6S2 H L
A6S2SCAL
AL6 HYST
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
90
95
INPUT1
INPUT1
LO
1
HI
1
0.1
AUX OUT
AUX OUT
4 mA VAL
20mA VAL
_______
_______
_______
DISABL
0.0
100.0
AUX OUT2
AUX OUT2
4 mA VAL2
20mA VAL2
_______
_______
_______
DISABL
0.0
100.0
90
95
INPUT1
INPUT1
LO
1
HI
1
0.1
AUX OUT3
AUX OUT3
4 mA VAL3
20mA VAL3
_______
_______
_______
DISABL
0.0
100.0
COMM
ComSTATE
Com ADDR
BAUD
XMT DLAY
DBL BYTE
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
DISABL
1
9600
NONE
FP B
90
95
INPUT1
INPUT1
LO
1
HI
1
0.1
OPTIONS
REJ FREQ
HF REJ
RELHUMID
ATMPRES
DEVIATION
DEVSETPT
SCROLL
GRANDTOT
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
60
ENABLE
NO
—
NONE
0
NONE
DISABL
LOCKOUT
LOCKOUT
_______
CALIB
XXXX
TIMER
PERIOD
START
LDISPLAY
RESET
ON-TIME
INCRMENT
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
DISABL
0:01
KEY
TREM
KEY
––
MIN
A1S1 VAL
A1S2 VAL
A1S1TYPE
A1S2TYPE
A1S1 H L
A1S1SCAL
A1S2 H L
A1S2SCAL
AL1 HYST
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
90
95
INPUT1
INPUT1
LO
1
HI
1
0.1
A2S1 VAL
A2S2 VAL
A2S1TYPE
A2S2TYPE
A2S1 H L
A2S1SCAL
A2S2 H L
A2S2SCAL
AL2 HYST
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
90
95
INPUT1
INPUT1
LO
1
HI
1
0.1
A3S1 VAL
A3S2 VAL
A3S1TYPE
A3S2TYPE
A3S1 H L
A3S1SCAL
A3S2 H L
A3S2SCAL
AL3 HYST
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
A4S1 VAL
A4S2 VAL
A4S1TYPE
A4S2TYPE
A4S1 H L
A4S1SCAL
A4S2 H L
A4S2SCAL
AL4 HYST
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_______
_______
_______
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Overview
4. Configuration Parameter Definitions
4.1 Overview
Introduction
This section provides information for all the user-configurable control parameters listed in the
configuration section. If you aren't familiar with these parameters, this section gives you the parameter
prompt, the selection or range of setting that you can make, and a definition of how each parameter setting
affects recorder performance. It will also refer you to any other prompts that might be affected by your
selection.
Parameter groups and prompts
•
The control information is found in three configuration groups which are accessed by the SET UP key.
•
Each of these groups contains prompts, viewed in the lower display, which deal with functions that are
pertinent to that particular group. These are accessed by pressing the FUNC key.
•
The selections or values are listed in the upper display. Refer to Section 3 - Configuration for step by
step instructions.
What’s in this section?
The table below lists the topics that are covered in this section. They are listed in the order of their
appearance in the recorder.
Topic
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Overview
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4.2
Input Parameters Set Up Group
82
4.3
Pen Parameters Set Up Group
86
4.4
Chart Parameters Set Up Group
88
4.5
Total Parameters Set Up Group
89
4.6
Control Parameters Set Up Group
91
4.7
Tuning Parameters Set Up Group
100
4.8
Setpoint Ramp Set Up Group
103
4.9
Timer Set Up Group
105
4.10
Alarms Set Up Group
106
4.11
Auxiliary Output Set Up Group
109
4.12
Modbus Communications Set Up Group
111
4.13
Options Set Up Group
112
4.14
Lockout Parameters Set Up Group
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4.2 Input Parameters Set Up Group
Introduction
These are the parameters required for input 1 or 2, temperature units, decimal location, actuation,
transmitter characterization, high and low range values in engineering units, input compensation, filter, and
burnout.
Input group prompts
Table 4-1 lists all the function prompts in the Input 1 or 2 setup group and their definitions.
Table 4-1 Input group definitions
Lower Display
Prompt
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
Input n n=1 – 2
ENABLE/DISABLE parameter
DECIMAL
Parameter Definition
DECIMAL POINT LOCATION -- This selection
determines where the decimal point appears in the
display.
XXXX
XXX.X
XX.XX
X.XXX
None
One Place
Two Places
Three Places
NOTE: Auto-ranging will occur when one decimal
position has been selected and the value increases
above 999.9 but auto-ranging will not similarly occur
when two decimal positions are selected.
UNITS
TEMPERATURE UNITS -- This selection will be
indicated on the PV display.
If you select EU, go to prompt “ENGUNITS”
DEG F
DEG C
EU
ENGUNITS
ENGINEERING UNITS – Make up 5 selections to create
unit identifier.
0 to 9
A to Z
+
–
/
(blank)
82
Degrees Fahrenheit
Degrees Celsius
Engineering Units
• For example, create unit identifier H2O by selecting
an “H” from A to Z, a “2” from 0 to 9, and an “O” from
A to Z.
• For alphanumeric entries, the display will cycle, from
left to right, with highlighting (increased brightness) of
each digit. The value of each digit can be changed
only when it is highlighted.
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Input Parameters Set Up Group
Lower Display
Prompt
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
INn TYPE
Parameter Definition
INPUT ACTUATION TYPE -- This selection determines
what actuation you are going to use for input one. Be
sure that the values configured for high and low chart
range, soak setpoint, alarm setpoint, etc. are within the
measuring range for the selected actuation type.
(n = 1 or 2)
B TC
E TC H
E TC L
J TC H
J TC L
K TC H
K TC L
NNM TC
NIC TC
R TC
S TC
T TC H
T TC L
W TC H
W TC L
100 PT
500 PT
100 RH
4-20mA
0-10mV
10-50m
0-5 V
0-10 V
RADIAM
LINEAR
SQROOT
B thermocouple
105
E thermocouple high –454
E thermocouple low –200
J thermocouple high
0
J thermocouple low
20
K thermocouple high –320
K thermocouple low –20
NNM NiNiMo
thermocouple
32
NIC Nicrosil-Nisil
thermocouple
0
R thermocouple
0
S thermocouple
0
T thermocouple high –300
T thermocouple low –200
W5W26 thermocouple
high
0
W5W26 thermocouple
low
0
100 Ohm–RTD
–300
500 Ohm–RTD
–300
100 Ohm–RTD
–130
4 to 20 Milliamps2
0 to 10 Millivolts2
10 to 50 Millivolts2
0 to 5 Volts2
0 to 10 Volts2
Radiamatic
1400
Linear
–999.9
Square Root
–999.9
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
3300°F
1832°F
1100°F
1600°F
770°F
2500°F
1000°F
to 2500°F
to
to
to
to
to
2372°F
3100°F
3100°F
700°F
500°F
to 4200°F
to
to
to
to
2240°F
1200°F
900°F
392°F
to 3400°F
to 9999
to 9999
41
–270
–129
–18
–7
–196
–29
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
1815°C
1000°C
593°C
871°C
410°C
1371°C
538°C
0 to 1371°C
–178
–18
–18
–184
–129
to
to
to
to
to
1300°C
1704°C
1704°C
371°C
316°C
–18 to 2316°C
–18
–184
–184
–90
to
to
to
to
1227°C
649°C
482°C
200°C
760 to 1871°C
1These selections appear only with XMITTER prompt,
which appears only if a linear type is configured input
type.
2Go to prompt “XMITTER” to characterize the input.
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Lower Display
Prompt
Parameter Definition
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
XMITTER
TRANSMITTER CHARACTERIZATION — This
selection lets you instruct the recorder to characterize a
linear input to represent a nonlinear one.
• NOTE: Prompt only appears when a linear actuation
is selected at prompt ‘IN1 TYPE”.
• FOR EXAMPLE: If input 1 is a 4 to 20 mA signal, but
the signal represents a type "K" thermocouple; select
"K TC H" and the recorder will characterize the 4 to
20 mA signal so that it is treated as a type "K"
thermocouple input (high range).
INn HI
(n = 1 or 2)
B TC
E TC H
E TC L
J TC H
J TC L
K TC H
K TC L
NNM H
NIC TC
R TC
S TC
T TC H
T TC L
W TC H
W TC L
100 PT
500 PT
100 RH
LINEAR
SQROOT
B Type Thermocouple
E Type Thermocouple High
E Type Thermocouple Low
J Type Thermocouple High
J Type Thermocouple Low
K Type Thermocouple High
K Type Thermocouple Low
NNM NiNiMo Type Thermocouple High
NIC Nicrosil Nisil Thermocouple
R Type Thermocouple
S Type Thermocouple
T Type Thermocouple High
T Type Thermocouple Low
W5W26 Type Thermocouple High
W5W26 Type Thermocouple Low
100 Ohm–RTD
500 Ohm–RTD
100 Ohm –RTD
Linear Range
Extracts Square Root
–999.9 to 9999.
INPUT HIGH RANGE VALUE in engineering units is
displayed for all inputs but can only be configured for
linear or square root transmitter characterization.
Otherwise, this is a read-only display of the higher range
value for the selected T/C or RTD input including
transmitter characterization, if applicable.
or
–999 to 9999
in engineering units
• Scale the #1 input signal to the display value you
want for 100%.
• EXAMPLE:
Actuation (Input) = 4 to 20 mA
Process Variable = Flow
Range of Flow = 0 to 250 Gal/Min
High Range display value = 250
Then 20 mA = 250 Gal/Min
The control setpoint will be limited by the range of units
selected here.
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Lower Display
Prompt
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
INn LO
–999.9 to 9999.
(n = 1 or 2)
or
–999 to 9999
in Engineering units
Parameter Definition
INPUT LOW RANGE VALUE in engineering units is
displayed for all inputs but can only be configured for
linear or square root transmitter characterization.
• Otherwise, this is a read-only display of the low range
value for the selected T/C or RTD input including
transmitter characterization, if applicable.
• Scale the input signal to the display value you want
for 0%. See example on previous page. The control
setpoint for Input will be limited by the range of units
selected here.
CUTOFF n
0 to 100% of Input Range
(n = 1 or 2)
LOW FLOW CUTOFF—Lets you set a value in percent
of range below which the applicable totalizer does not
increment.
ATTENTION Prompt appears only if totalizer option
is present in the recorder.
BIAS n
n=1–2
FILTER n
(n = 1 or 2)
–999.9 to 9999.
INPUT COMPENSATION — used to compensate the
input for drift of an input value due to deterioration of a
sensor, or some other cause; select the value you want
on the input.
0 to 120 seconds
No filter = 0
FILTER FOR INPUT — a software digital filter is
provided for the input to smooth the input signal. You
can configure the first order lag time constant from 1 to
120 seconds. If you do not want filtering, enter 0.
BURNOUT
BURNOUT PROTECTION (SENSOR BREAK) provides
most input types with upscale or downscale protection if
the input fails.
• Not available for inputs 0-5V, 0-10V, or 4-20 mA.
NONE
NO BURNOUT — Failsafe output applied for failed
input.
UP
UPSCALE BURNOUT will make the indicated PV signal
increase when a sensor fails, and flash the upper
display.
DOWN
DOWNSCALE BURNOUT will make the indicated PV
signal decrease when a sensor fails, and flash the upper
display.
NOTE: For no Burnout (that is, “None”) to function
properly on a linear input, there must be a dropping
resistor directly across the input terminals (that is, not
remote), then the unit can detect the “zero” voltage that
occurs when the 4-20 mA line is opened.
EMISSIV
.01 to 1.00
EMISSIVITY is a correction factor applied to the
Radiamatic input signal that is the ratio of the actual
energy emitted from the target to the energy which
would be emitted if the target were a perfect radiator.
Available only for “Radiamatic” inputs.
Repeat the procedure for INPUT 2 configuration.
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4.3 Pen Parameters Set Up Group
Introduction
The functions listed in this group deal with how to configure pen #1 or pen #2. The procedure for
configuring each pen is the same. The prompts shown in Table 4-2 show PEN 1.
•
Press the SET UP key until PEN 1 or PEN 2 appears in the display.
Pen 1 or 2 group prompts
Table 4-2 lists all the function prompts in the Pen 1 or Pen 2 set up groups and their definitions.
Table 4-2 Pen 1 or 2 group definitions
Lower Display
Prompt
PENn
(n = 1 or 2)
Parameter Definition
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
ENABLE
DISABL
PEN RECORD —This selection lets you enable or
disable the pen (channel) record
• Remember, the lower display prompt could read
PEN2.
PEN INPUT—What do you want the pen to record?
PENnIN
(n = 1 or 2)
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
RH
OUTPT1
OUTPT2
SETPT1
SETPT2
DGTL1
DGTL2
CHARTnHI
–999.0 to 999
CHART HIGH RANGE VALUE—Enter a value that
corresponds with the chart high range value for
pen 1 (pen 2).
–999.0 to 999
CHART RANGE LOW VALUE—Enter a value that
corresponds with the chart low range value for
pen 1 (pen 2).
(n = 1 or 2)
CHARTnLO
(n = 1 or 2)
INPUT 1—records Input 1
INPUT 2—records Input 2
RELATIVE HUMIDITY—records in %RH. It initiates an
external calculation for measuring relative humidity.
INPUT 1, IN TYP must be configured for 100 PT. INPUT
2, IN TYP must be configured for 100 RH. The RH
prompt only appears when RELHUMID prompt in the
OPTIONS group is configured as YES.
OUTPUT 1—records Output 1
OUTPUT 2—records Output 2
SETPOINT 1—records Setpoint 1
SETPOINT 2—records Setpoint 2
DIGITAL 1 INPUT—records EVENT pen function on
contact closure across digital 1 input.
DIGITAL 2 INPUT—records EVENT pen function on
contact closure across digital 2 input.
• CHART HI minus CHART LO equals Chart Range
(must be whole number = 2 or greater).
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Lower Display
Prompt
PENnON
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
0 to 100%
(n = 1 or 2)
Parameter Definition
PEN CHART POSITION FOR ON EVENT — This is the
event marker configuration using digital inputs.
Select the chart position where pen 1 (pen 2) is to mark
(trace) occurrence of an ON event.
• Prompt only appears if DGTL1 or 2 is selected as pen
1 (pen 2) input.
PENnOFF
0 to 100%
(n = 1 or 2)
PEN CHART POSITION FOR OFF EVENT — This is
the event marker configuration using digital inputs.
Select the chart position where pen 1 (pen 2) is to mark
(trace) occurrence of an OFF event.
• Prompt only appears if DGTL1 or 2 is selected as
pen 1 (pen 2) input.
Repeat this procedure for PEN 2 configuration.
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Chart Parameters Set Up Group
4.4 Chart Parameters Set Up Group
Introduction
The functions listed in this group deal with how the chart will be set up.
CAUTION
Before making any configuration changes to the “Chart” Set Up group, place the recorder in
“Chart Hold”. Press the CHART key to stop the chart rotation. Press again after configuration
entry is made.
Chart group prompts
Table 4-3 lists all the function prompts in the chart parameters setup group and their definitions.
Table 4-3 Chart parameters group definitions
Lower Display
Prompt
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
CHRTSPD
HOUR/REV
LINEARIZ
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Parameter Definition
CHART SPEED — This is the time it will take to drive
the chart one complete revolution.
8HR
12HR
24HR
7DAYS
XHR
8 Hour revolution
12 Hour revolution
24 Hour revolution
7 Day revolution
X hour revolution - make Hours per Revolution selection
at prompt “HOUR/REV”.
1 to 744 Hours
HOURS PER REVOLUTION — Set the desired chart
speed. Appears only if XHR was selected at prompt
“CHRT SPD”.
LINEAR
NONLIN
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4.5 Total Parameters Set Up Group
Introduction
The functions listed in this group deal with the calculation and display of the total flow volume as
measured by Input 1 (Total 1), or Input 2 (Total 2). The displayed value is eight digits with a configurable
scale factor.
Totalizer 1 and 2 group prompts
Table 4-4 lists all the function prompts in the Totalizer 1 and 2 Set Up group and their definitions.
Table 4-4 Totalizer group definitions
Parameter Definition
Lower Display
Prompt
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
(Actual Current
totalized value)
(Current scale factor)
VIEW CURRENT TOTALIZED VALUE — this selection
lets you view the current totalized value.
Example: E1 GPM
• In the example shown, E1 represents exponential
value of total (total times 101). GPM represents total
engineering units selected.
• See “SCALER” and “TOTAL EU” function prompts in
this group for selections.
RSETTOT
YES
NO
RESET TOTALIZER TO ZERO — this selection lets
you reset the totalizer to zero.
• Selecting YES will reset the totalizer to zero.
Function prompt “RSETABLE” must be set to “LOCAL”.
TOTAL1
TOTAL 2
DISABL
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
TOTALIZATION FOR INPUT 1 OR 2 — this selection
allows you to select the input to Totalizer 1 or 2.
• Not DISABL allows selection of the rest of the
prompts associated with totalization.
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A to Z
+
–
/
(blank)
TOTAL ENGINEERING UNITS — this selection allows
you to make up to 3 selections to create a unit identifier
that the total represents.
• For alphanumeric entries, the display will cycle, from
left to right, with highlighting (increased brightness) of
each digit. The value of each digit can be changed
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Lower Display
Prompt
Parameter Definition
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
RATE
RATE OF INTEGRATION — This selection allows you
to select the desired rate of integration. It must match
scaling of input units:
EXAMPLE:
GPM must use “MINUTE”
PPH must use “HOUR”
SCALER
SECOND
MINUTE
HOUR
DAY
M/DAY
SECOND - EU (Engineering Units) per second.
MINUTE - EU per minute
HOUR - EU per hour
DAY - EU per day
M/DAY - Millions of Units per day (multiplier) 106 x input
1
10
100
1000
10000
100000
1E6
TOTALIZER SCALE FACTOR — this selection allows
you to select a scale factor (that is, a Multiplier) for the
totalizer display. It affects only the display.
• The desired factor is applied to the calculated value
to extend the maximum flow range that can be
displayed.
• Scaler selection does not affect the totalization value
printed on the chart.
EXAMPLE:
• 1E6 equals 1 times 106 (1,000,000)
RSETABLE
NO
LOCAL
EXT SW1
EXT SW2
INHIBIT
LOCAL TOTALIZER RESET— Allows the totalizer
value to be reset to zero via the display/keypad.
EXTERNAL SWITCH 1—Allows the totalizer to be set
to zero upon switch #1 closure. (Digital Input #1)
EXTERNAL SWITCH 2—Allows the totalizer to be set
to zero upon switch #2 closure. (Digital Input #2)
The totalizer will be inhibited while the configured action
is true.
NONE
S1 OPEN
S1 CLOSE
S2 OPEN
S2 CLOSE
External SW1 open inhibits totalizer.
External SW1 closed inhibits totalizer.
External SW2 open inhibits totalizer.
External SW2 closed inhibits totalizer.
Repeat the configuration for TOTAL 2.
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4.6 Control Parameters Set Up Group
Introduction
The functions listed in this group deal with how the DR4500A will control the process including: number
of tuning parameter sets, setpoint source, ratio, bias, tracking, power-up recall, setpoint limits, output
direction and limits, deadband and hysteresis, control algorithm, output algorithm, and the current duplex
range. There are two control groups.
Control group prompts
Table 4-5 lists all the function prompts in the Control 1 or Control 2 set up groups and their definitions.
Table 4-5 Control 1 or 2 group definitions
Lower Display
Prompt
CONTROL 1
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
ENABLE
DISABL
PID SETS
Parameter Definition
CONTROL 1 — allows you to enable or disable control
loop #1.
NUMBER OF TUNING PARAMETER SETS — this
selection lets you choose one or two sets of tuning
constants (gain, rate, and reset).
1 ONLY
ONE SET ONLY — only one set of tuning parameters is
available. Configure the values for:
Gain (proportional band)
Rate
Reset Time
Cycle Time (if time proportional is used)
2KEYBD
TWO SETS KEYBOARD SELECTABLE — two sets of
tuning parameters can be configured and can be
selected at the operator interface.
• Press LOWR DISP key until you see "PID SET1" or
“PID SET2” to switch between sets. Configure the
values for:
Gain, Rate , Reset, Cycle Time
Gain #2, Rate #2, Reset #2, Cycle #2 Time
2PV SW
TWO SETS PV AUTOMATIC SWITCHOVER — when
the process variable is GREATER than the value set at
prompt "SW VALUE" (Switchover Value), the recorder
will use Gain, Rate, Reset, and Cycle Time. The active
PID SET can be read in the lower display.
• When the process variable is LESS than the value
set at prompt "SW VALUE," the recorder will use
Gain #2, Rate #2, Reset #2, and Cycle #2 Time. The
active PID SET can be read in the lower display.
• Other prompts affected: SW VALUE
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Lower Display
Prompt
PID SETS
(continued)
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
2SP SW
Parameter Definition
TWO SETS SP AUTOMATIC SWITCHOVER — when
the setpoint is GREATER than the value set at prompt
"SW VALUE" (Switchover Value), the recorder will use
Gain, Rate, Reset, and Cycle.
• When the setpoint is LESS than the value set at
prompt "SW VALUE," the recorder will use Gain #2,
Rate #2, Reset #2, and Cycle #2.
• Other prompts affected: SW VALUE
SW VALUE
–999.0 to 9999
SP SOURC
AUTOMATIC SWITCHOVER VALUE —this is the value
of process variable or setpoint at which the recorder will
switch from Tuning Constant Set #2 to Set #1. Only
appears when PID SETS selections “2PV SW” or “2SP
SW” are selected.
SETPOINT SOURCE — this selection determines what
your setpoint source will be; One local or Two local.
Toggled by the “SETPOINT SELECT” key.
1LOCAL
LOCAL SETPOINT — the setpoint entered from the
keyboard or from the setpoint program.
REMOTE
REMOTE SETPOINT — a signal is brought in through
the second input printed circuit board connector J2 and
used as the control setpoint.
• If you select “REMOTE”, Input #2 is automatically
assigned as your RSP source for CONTROL #1;
there is no remote setpoint for CONTROL #2.
• Ratio and Bias can be applied to the remote setpoint.
Mutually exclusive with 2 Local setpoints.
• Other prompts affected: RATIO, BIAS.
RATIO
2LOCAL
TWO LOCAL SETPOINTS — this selection lets you
switch between two local setpoints. Mutually exclusive
with Remote setpoint.
OUT2
Only for Loop 1— Setpoint is the output of Control Loop
2.
–20.00 to 20.00
RATIO — used when input 2 operates as a remote
setpoint, prompt "REMOTE."
• This ratio value can be applied to the remote setpoint.
It establishes the correct relationship between the
remote setpoint and the input 2 signal applied
according to the formula below (under Bias).
• Input 2 must be enabled.
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Lower Display
Prompt
BIAS
Parameter Definition
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
–9999 to 9999
(engineering units)
BIAS — used when input 2 operates as a remote
setpoint (prompt "REMOTE").
• Bias, together with ratio, establishes the correct
relationship between the remote setpoint and the
input 2 signal applied according to the formula:
REMOTE SETPOINT = IN2 VALUE (RATIO) + BIAS
NOTE: IN2 VALUE = Actual (engineering units)
• All values must be within configured setpoint high and
low limits.
• Input 2 must be enabled.
SP TRACK
SETPOINT TRACKING — the local setpoint can be
configured to track the remote setpoint as listed below:
NONE
• NO TRACKING — if local setpoint tracking is not
configured, the LSP will not be altered when transfer
from RSP to LSP is made.
RSP
• LSP (LOCAL SETPOINT) TRACKS RSP (REMOTE
SETPOINT) IN AUTO — if configured, when the
recorder transfers out of remote setpoint, the last
value of the remote setpoint (RSP) is inserted into the
local setpoint.
POWER UP
POWER UP CONTROLLER MODE RECALL — this
selection determines which mode and setpoint the
recorder will use when the it restarts after a power loss.
Select one from below:
MANUAL
• MANUAL, LSP — at power-up, the recorder will use
manual mode with the output value displayed.
A LSP
• AUTOMATIC, LOCAL SETPOINT — at power-up,
the recorder will return to the automatic mode and will
use the local setpoint for control.
A RSP
• AUTOMATIC, REMOTE SETPOINT — at power-up,
the recorder will return to the automatic mode and will
use the remote setpoint for control.
AM SP
• LAST MODE, LAST SETPOINT used before power
down.
AM LSP
• LAST MODE, LAST LOCAL SETPOINT on power
down.
SP HILIM
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input units
SETPOINT HIGH LIMIT* — this selection prevents the
local and remote setpoints from going above the value
selected here. The setting must be equal to or less than
the upper range of input 1 and input 2. Input 2, when
configured for remote setpoint, will be restricted to this
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Lower Display
Prompt
SP LOLIM
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
-999.0 to 9999.
inputs units
ACTION
Parameter Definition
SETPOINT LOW LIMIT* — this selection prevents the
local and remote setpoints from going below the value
selected here. The setting must be equal to or greater
than the lower range of input 1 and input 2. Input 2,
when configured for remote setpoint, will be restricted to
this lower limit.
CONTROL OUTPUT DIRECTION — in what direction
do you want the recorder output to go when the process
variable increases.
DIRECT
DIRECT ACTING CONTROL — the recorder's output
increases as the process variable increases.
REVRSE
REVERSE ACTING CONTROL — the recorder's output
decreases as the process variable increases.
OUTHILIM
–5.0 to 105.0% of output
HIGH OUTPUT LIMIT — this is the highest value of
output beyond which you do not want the recorder
automatic output to exceed. Use 0 to 100% for time
proportional output type.
OUTLOLIM
–5.0 to 105.0% of output
LOW OUTPUT LIMIT — this is the lowest value of
output below which you do not want the recorder
automatic output to exceed. Use 0 to 100% for time
proportional output type.
DROPOFF
–5 to 105.0% of output
CONTROLLER DROPOFF VALUE — select an output
value that below which the recorder output will dropoff to
the low output limit value set in prompt "OUT LOLIM."
DEADBAND
DEADBAND is an adjustable gap between the
operating ranges of output 1 and output 2 in which
neither output operates (positive value) or both outputs
operate (negative value). It is the difference between the
nominal trip points of relay 1 and relay 2.
–5.0 to 25.0%
0 to 25.0%
0.5 to 5.0%
Time Duplex
On-Off Duplex
Position Proportional
OUT HYST
0.0 to 5.0% of PV span
HYSTERESIS (OUTPUT RELAY ONLY) is an
adjustable overlap of the ON/OFF states of each control
output. This is the difference between the value of the
process variable at which the control outputs energize
and the value at which they de-energize. Only
applicable for ON-OFF control.
FAILSAFE
0 to 100%
FAILSAFE OUTPUT VALUE — the output level used
when you have communications SHED or when NO
BURNOUT is configured and input 1 fails.
*The Local Setpoint will automatically adjust itself to be within the setpoint limit range. For example, if SP
= 1500 and the SP HILIM is changed to 1200, the new Local Setpoint will be 1200.
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Lower Display
Prompt
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
REM SW
REM SW2
Parameter Definition
REMOTE SWITCHING (DIGITAL INPUT) — contact
closure enables one of the following:
NONE
NO DIGITAL INPUT SELECTION
TO MAN
TO MANUAL — contact closure selects Manual mode.
TO LSP
TO LOCAL SETPOINT — contact closure selects the
local setpoint.
TO 2SP
TO LOCAL SETPOINT 2 — contact closure selects
local setpoint 2.
TO DIR
TO DIRECT ACTION — contact closure selects Direct
Control Action.
RN/HLD
RUN/HOLD — contact closure suspends setpoint
Ramp/Program. Contact open resumes.
TUNE
AUTOTUNE — contact closure initiates Autotune.
TIMER
TIMER — starts the timer, if enabled.
The Timer can also be started by the RH KEY or
ALARM2. These parameters are found under the Timer
set up group.
MAN KEY
MANUAL MODE KEY SELECTION — make selection
to enable or disable the Manual Mode selection through
the MAN/AUTO key.
ENABLE
ENABLE — allows you to use the MAN/AUTO key to
select Manual Mode.
DISABL
DISABLE — disables the MAN/AUTO key.
PB or GAIN
PROPORTIONAL BAND UNITS — select one of the
following for the Proportional (P) term of the PID
algorithm:
PB PCT
• PROPORTIONAL BAND — selects units of percent
proportional band for the P term of the PID algorithm,
where:
PB% = 100%FS
GAIN
GAIN
(must be used with settings of
TIME D (TIME DUPLEX) or TI
CUR (TIME CURRENT)
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of the PID algorithm, where:
GAIN =100%FS
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Lower Display
Prompt
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
MINorRPM
Parameter Definition
RESET UNITS — selects units of minutes or repeat per
minutes for the I term of the PID algorithm. 20 Repeats
per Minute = 0.05 Minutes per Repeat.
RPM
REPEATS PER MINUTE — the number of times per
minute that the proportional action is repeated by reset.
MIN
MINUTES PER REPEAT — the time between each
repeat of the proportional action by reset.
CONT1ALG
The CONTROL ALGORITHM lets you select the type of
control that is best for your process.
ATTENTION If the recorder has two controllers
(both enabled), CONT1ALG applies for controller #1
and CONT2ALG applies for controller #2.
ON-OFF
ON/OFF is the simplest control type. The output can be
either ON (100%) or OFF (0%). The Process Variable
(PV) is compared with the setpoint (SP) to determine
the sign of the error (ERROR = PV-SP). The ON/OFF
algorithm operates on the sign of the error signal.
• In Direct Acting Control, when the error signal is
positive, the output is 100%; and when the error
signal is negative, the output is 0%. If the control
action is reverse, the opposite is true. An adjustable
overlap (Hysteresis Band) is provided between the on
and off states.
• Other prompts affected: “OUT HYST”
DUPLEX ON/OFF is an extension of this algorithm
when the output is configured for Duplex. It allows the
operation of a second ON/OFF output. There is a
deadband between the operating ranges of the two
inputs and an adjustable overlap (hysteresis) of the on
and off states of each output. Both Deadband and
Hysteresis are separately adjustable. With no relay
action the controller will read 50%.
• Other prompts affected: “OUT HYST” and
“DEADBAND”
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Lower Display
Prompt
CONT1ALG
(continued)
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
PID A
NOTE: PID A should not be
used for Proportional only action
(that is, no integral (reset)
action.) Instead, use PD+MR
with rate set to 0.
Parameter Definition
PID A is normally used for three-mode control. This
means that the output can be adjusted somewhere
between 100% and 0%. It applies all three control
actions — Proportional (P), Integral (I), and Derivative
(D) — to the error signal.
Proportional (Gain) — regulates the controller’s output
in proportion to the error signal (the difference between
Process Variable and Setpoint).
Integral (Reset) — regulates the controller's output to
the size of the error and the time the error has existed.
(The amount of corrective action depends on the value
of proportional Gain.)
Derivative (Rate) — regulates the controller's output in
proportion to the rate of change of the error. (The
amount of corrective action depends on the value of
proportional Gain.)
PID B
PID B unlike the PID-A equation, the controller gives
only an integral response to a setpoint change, with no
effect on the output due to the gain or rate action, and it
gives full response to PV changes. Otherwise controller
action is as described for the PID-A equation. See note
on PID-A.
PD+MR
PD WITH MANUAL RESET is used whenever integral
action is not wanted for automatic control. The equation
is computed with no integral contribution. The MANUAL
RESET, which is operator adjustable, is then added to
the present output to form the controller output.
Switching between manual and automatic mode will not
be bumpless.
• If you select PD with Manual Reset you can also
configure the following variations:
− PD (Two Mode) control,
− P (Single Mode) control.
Set Rate (D) and/or Reset Time (I) to 0.
• Other prompts affected: "MAN RSET"
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Lower Display
Prompt
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
OUT1ALG
Parameter Definition
The OUTPUT ALGORITHM lets you select the type of
output you want.
ATTENTION If the recorder has two controllers
(both enabled), OUT1ALG applies for controller #1 and
OUT2ALG applies for controller #2.
Selections are model dependent. For example, current
output models cannot be configured for Time
Proportioning Simplex Output.
TIME
RELAY SIMPLEX — type of output using one SPDT
relay. Its normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC)
contacts are selected by positioning an internal jumper.
• Other prompts affected: "OUT HYST"
• Controller #1 uses Relay 3 and overrides control of
relay by Alarm 3. Controller #2 uses Relay 5 and
overrides control of relay by Alarm 5.
CURRNT
CURRENT SIMPLEX — type of output using one 4 to
20 mA signal that can be fed into a positive or negative
grounded load of 0 to 1000 ohms. The signal can be
recalibrated for any desired range from 3.25 to 21 mA
for 0 to 100% output.
POSITN
POSITION PROPORTIONAL SIMPLEX — type of
output using two SPDT relays and a motor which has a
100 to 1000 ohms feedback slidewire.
• Other prompt affected: "DEADBAND"
• Controller #1 uses Relays 3 and 4 and overrides
control of relays by Alarms 3 and 4. Controller #2
uses Relays 5 and 6 and overrides control of relays
by Alarms 5 and 6.
TIME D
RELAY DUPLEX — type of output using two SPDT
relays. Its normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC)
contacts are selected by positioning an internal jumper
(see Installation section).
• Other prompts affected: "DEADBAND"
• Controller #1 uses Relays 3 and 4 and overrides
control of relays by Alarms 3 and 4. Controller #2
uses Relays 5 and 6 and overrides control of relays
by Alarms 5 and 6.
CUR TI
CURRENT/RELAY DUPLEX (RELAY = HEAT) is a
variation of duplex with current active for 0 to 50%
output (tuning set 2) and relay active for 50 to 100%
output (tuning set 1).
• Other prompts affected: "4-20 RNG," "DEADBAND"
• Controller #1 uses Relay 3 and overrides control of
relay by Alarm 3. Controller #2 uses Relay 5 and
overrides control of relay by Alarm 5.
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Lower Display
Prompt
OUT1ALG
(continued)
Parameter Definition
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
TI CUR
RELAY/CURRENT DUPLEX (RELAY = COOL) is
similar to "CUR-TI" except that current is active for 50 to
100% and relay is active for 0 to 50%.
• Other prompts affected: "4-20 RNG,"
"DEADBAND"
• Controller #1 uses Relay 4 and overrides control of
relay by Alarm 4. Controller #2 uses Relay 6 and
overrides control of relay by Alarm 6.
4-20 RNG
CURRENT DUPLEX RANGE ALGORITHM — used
with Output Algorithm selections "CUR-TI" or "TI-CUR."
50 PCT
CURRENT DUPLEX RANGE (SPLIT) enables the
normal control current output to provide its full range for
50% output change.
• If “CUR-TI” duplex was selected, the current output
provides cool control.
100PCT
CURRENT DUPLEX RANGE (FULL) enables the
normal control current output to provide duplex heat
control over 0-100% output change and the relay output
to provide cool control.
Repeat this procedure for CONTROL 2 configuration.
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Tuning Parameters Set Up Group
4.7 Tuning Parameters Set Up Group
Introduction
Tuning consists of establishing the appropriate values for the tuning constants you are using so that your
recorder responds correctly to changes in process variable and setpoint. You can start with predetermined
values but you will have to watch the system to see how to modify them. There are two Tuning groups
available.
Tuning group prompts
Table 4-6 lists all the function prompts in the Tuning 1 and Tuning 2 setup group and their definitions.
Table 4-6 Tuning group prompt definitions
Lower Display
Prompt
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
FUZZY
DISABL
ENABLE
ACCUTUNE
DISABL
ENABLE
AT ERR
100
NONE
IDFL
ABRT
RUN
Parameter Definition
FUZZY OVERSHOOT SUPPRESSION FEATURE
DISABLE—Disables fuzzy overshoot suppression
ENABLE—The recorder will use fuzzy logic to suppress
or mimimize any overshoot that may occur as a result of
the existing tuning parameters. It does NOT change the
parameters.
ACCUTUNE II—On demand tuning algorithm
DISABLE—Disables ACCUTUNE II
ENABLE—TUNExOFF will be displayed as a status
message. Use the Increment or Decrement key to
toggle status to TuneON. New PID parameters will be
entered automatically when tuning is complete.
ACCUTUNE ERROR CODES (Read Only)
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Lower Display
Prompt
PROP BD
or
GAIN
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
0.1 to 1000%
or
0.1 to 1000
Parameter Definition
PROPORTIONAL BAND is the percent of the range of
the measured variable for which a proportional recorder
will produce a 100% change in its output.
GAIN is the ratio of output change (%) over the
measured variable change (%) that caused it.
100%
G = PB%
where PB is the proportional band (in %)
• If the PB is 20%, then the Gain is 5. Likewise, a 3%
change in the error signal (SP-PV) will result in a 15%
change in the recorder's output due to proportional
action. If the gain is 2, then the PB is 50%.
• Used with control algorithm PID-A or PID-B.
Defined as "HEAT" Gain on Duplex models for
variations of Heat/Cool applications.
• The selection of Proportional Band or Gain is made in
the control parameter group under prompt
"PBorGAIN."
RATE MIN
0.08 to 10.00 minutes
0.08 or less = OFF
RATE action affects the recorder's output whenever the
deviation is changing; and affects it more when the
deviation is changing faster.
• Used with control algorithm PID-A or PID-B.
Defined as "HEAT" Rate on Duplex models for
variations of Heat/Cool applications.
RSET MIN
or
RSET RPM
0.02 to 50.00
RSET MIN = RESET IN MINUTES / REPEAT
RSET RPM = RESET IN REPEATS / MINUTE
RESET adjusts the recorder's output in accordance with
both the size of the deviation (SP-PV) and the time it
lasts. The amount of the corrective action depends on
the value of Gain. The Reset adjustment is measured as
how many times proportional action is repeated/minute.
• Used with control algorithm PID-A or PID-B.
Defined as "HEAT" Reset on Duplex models for
variations of Heat/Cool applications.
• The selection of minutes per repeat or repeats per
minute is made in the control parameters group under
prompt "MINorRPM."
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–100 to +100
(in % output)
MANUAL RESET is only applicable if you have control
algorithm PD WITH MANUAL RESET. Because a
proportional recorder will not necessarily line out at
setpoint, there will be a deviation (offset) from setpoint.
This eliminates the offset and lets the PV line out at
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Lower Display
Prompt
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
PROP BD2
or
GAIN 2
0.1 to 1000%
or
0.1 to 1000
RATE2MIN
0.08 to 10.00 minutes
0.08 or less = OFF
RSET2MIN
RSET2RPM
0.02 to 50.00
CYC SEC
1 to 120 seconds
Parameter Definition
PROPORTIONAL BAND 2 or GAIN 2, RATE 2, and
RESET 2 parameters are the same as previously
described for “Heat” except that they refer to the cool
zone tuning constants on duplex models or the second
set of PID constants, whichever is pertinent.
CYCLE TIME (HEAT) determines the length of one time
proportional output relay cycle. Defined as "HEAT" cycle
time for Heat/Cool applications.
• Electromechanical relays
CYC2 SEC
1 to 120 seconds
CYCLE TIME 2 (COOL) is the same as above except it
applies to Duplex models as the cycle time in the
"COOL" zone of Heat/Cool applications or for second
set of PID constants.
• Electromechanical relays
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Setpoint Ramp Set Up Group
4.8 Setpoint Ramp Set Up Group
Introduction
The Setpoint Ramp 1 and 2 Set Up groups contain the Function parameters that enable you to configure
two setpoints. Each setpoint (SP RAMP 1 and SP RAMP 2) can be configured only one of three ways:
ramp, rate, or setpoint program.
Single Setpoint Ramp
Setpoint will ramp between the current local setpoint and a final setpoint over a time interval of up to 255
minutes (SP RAMP).
Setpoint Rate
The Setpoint Ramp Set Up group also contains the function parameters that let you configure a specific rate
of change for any local setpoint change (SP RATE). It includes selections for Rate Up and Rate Down.
Setpoint Program
Also included under this group are prompts for configuring a 36-segment Setpoint program (SP PROG).
The prompts and instructions for Setpoint programming are presented in the Section 6 Setpoint Ramp/Soak
Programming Option.
•
You can start and stop the ramp/program using the RUN/HOLD key.
Setpoint Ramp/ Program group prompts
Table 4-7 lists all the function prompts in the Setpoint Ramp 1 or 2 setup group and their definitions.
When you enable the ramp type (SP RAMP, SP RATE, SP PROG) the other two types are hidden from the
display.
Table 4-7 Setpoint Ramp 1 or 2 group definitions
Lower Display
Prompt
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
SP RAMP
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Parameter Definition
SINGLE SETPOINT RAMP — Make selection to enable
or disable the setpoint ramp function. Make sure you
configure a ramp time and a final setpoint value. “SP
PROG” and “SP RATE” must be disabled.
ENABLE
ENABLE SETPOINT RAMP — Allows you to start the
setpoint ramp (in automatic mode).
DISABL
DISABLE SETPOINT RAMP — Disables the setpoint
ramp.
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Lower Display
Prompt
TIME MIN
Parameter Definition
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
0 to 255 minutes
SETPOINT RAMP TIME — Enter the number of
minutes desired to reach the final setpoint.
A ramp time of “0” implies an immediate change of
setpoint.
Example of SP Ramp Settings:
250
SP
120
0
FINAL SP
Within SP limits
255
21421
SETPOINT RAMP FINAL SETPOINT — Enter the
value desired for the final setpoint. The recorder will
operate at the setpoint set here when ramp is ended.
SETPOINT RATE—Lets you configure a specific rate of
change for any local setpoint change. “SP RAMP” and
“SP PROG” must be disabled.
SP RATE
(option)
ENABLE
ENABLE SETPOINT RATE—Allows the SP rate
feature.
DISABL
DISABLE SETPOINT RATE—Disables the setpoint
rate.
EU/HR UP
0 to 9999 in Engineering Units
per hour
RATE UP—Value for SP Rate selection.
EU/HR DN
0 to 9999 in Engineering Units
per hour
RATE DOWN—Value for SP Rate selection.
SP PROG
(option)
SETPOINT RAMP/SOAK PROGRAM
Available only with recorders that contain this option.
“SP RAMP” and “SP RATE” must be disabled.
ENABLE
DISABL
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Time
For reasons of convenience, the information for the
prompts when SP PROG is enabled are included in
Section 6 Setpoint Ramp/Soak Programming Option.
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Timer Set Up Group
4.9 Timer Set Up Group
Introduction
The Timer gives a countdown or elapsed time, after which Relay 1 energizes. If Timer is enabled, it has
exclusive control over Relay 1; that is, Alarm 1 will not control the relay.
Timer group prompts
Table 4-8 lists all the function prompts in the Timer setup group and their definitions.
Table 4-8 Timer group definitions
Lower Display
Prompt
TIMER
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
Parameter Definition
ENABLE
DISABL
Lets you enable or disable the timer option.
PERIOD
0:00 to 99:59
Configures the length of the timeout period (from 0 to 99
hours, 59 minutes).
START
RH KEY
ALARM 2
Selects whether the Timer starts with the keyboard
(Run/Hold key) or Alarm 2.
The Timer can also be started by a discrete input, REM
SW or REM SW2. These prompts are found under the
Control Set Up Group.
LDISPLAY
Select whether time remaining (TREM) or elapsed time
(ET) is displayed for the timer option. The time is shown
on the lower display in hh:mm format along with a
rotating “clock” character.
TREM
Time remaining: If the “clock” rotation is clockwise,
elapsed time is indicated.
RESET
ON-TIME
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Elased time: If the “clock” rotation is counterclockwise,
time left is indicated.
RH KEY
ALARM 1
REPEAT
Selects whether the Timer resets with the keyboard
(Run/Hold key) or Alarm 1.
In Repeat Mode, the timer restarts immediately upon
timeout and activates the relay for 1 to 5 seconds.
1 SEC
2 SEC
3 SEC
4 SEC
5 SEC
Relay 1 on-time when timer is in repeat mode.
MINUTE
SECOND
Selects the units of the timer.
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Alarms Set Up Group
4.10 Alarms Set Up Group
Introduction
An alarm is an indication that an event that you have configured (for example—Process Variable) has
exceeded one or more alarm limits. There are six alarms available, each with two setpoints. You can
configure each of these two setpoints to alarm on various controller parameters. There are two alarm output
selections, high and low. You can configure each setpoint to alarm either high or low. These are called
single alarms. You can also configure the two setpoints to alarm on the same event and to alarm both high
and low. An adjustable hysteresis of 0.0% to 100.0% is configurable for each alarm setpoint.
Priority of functions that operate relays
During alarm conditions an alarm will deenergize its associated relay unless a higher priority function has
been configured for that relay. See Table 3-11. If you want the alarm to control the relay, do not configure
a higher priority function.
Table 4-9 Priority of functions that operate relays
Relay
1
Relay is controlled by (in order of priority)
3. Timer function
4. Alarm 1
2
3
Alarm 2 only
5. Controller 1 output algorithms Relay Simplex,
Position Proportional, Relay Duplex,
Current/Relay Duplex
6. Alarm 3
4
7. Controller 1 output algorithms Position
Proportional, Relay Duplex, Current/Relay
Duplex
8. Alarm 4
5
9. Controller 2 output algorithms Relay Simplex,
Position Proportional, Relay Duplex,
Current/Relay Duplex
10. Alarm 5
6
11. Controller 2 output algorithms Position
Proportional, Relay Duplex, Current/Relay
Duplex
12. Alarm 6
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Alarms group prompts
Table 4-10 lists all the function prompts in the Alarms setup group and their definitions. These prompts
repeat for all 6 alarms.
TIP
To configure an alarm for a setpoint program segment event, program either type (AxS1TYPE
or AxS2TYPE) as EVENT. It is not necessary to configure any other alarm prompts.
Table 4-10 Alarms group definitions
Lower Display
Prompt
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
Parameter Definition
AxS1 VAL
Value in engineering units
ALARM x SETPOINT 1 VALUE — this is the value at
which you want the alarm type chosen in prompt
"AxS1TYPE" to actuate. The value depends on what the
setpoint has been configured to represent. NO setpoint
is required for Communications SHED. For SP
Programming the value is the segment number for
which the event applies.
AxS2 VAL
Value in engineering units
ALARM x SETPOINT 2 VALUE — this is the value at
which you want the alarm type chosen in prompt
"AxS2TYPE" to actuate.
• The details are the same as “AxS1 VAL”.
AxS1TYPE
ALARM x SETPOINT 1 TYPE — select what you want
Setpoint 1 of Alarm 1 to represent. It can represent any
of the Inputs, Relative Humidity, Deviation (loop 1 or 2),
Output (loop 1 or 2), and if you have a model with
communications, you can configure the recorder to
alarm on SHED. If you have setpoint programming, you
can alarm when a segment goes ON or OFF (loop 1 or
2).
An alarm can also be set to activate if a totalizer value
has exceeded a configured alarm value.
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IN 1
IN 2
RH
DEV (loop 1)
OUT (loop 1)
DEV2 (loop 2)
OUT2 (loop 2)
EVENT
TOTAL 1
TOTAL 2
NO ALARM
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
RELATIVE HUMIDITY
LOOP 1 DEVIATION
LOOP 1 OUTPUT
LOOP 2 DEVIATION
LOOP 2 OUTPUT
EVENT ON (SP PROGRAMMING)
TOTALIZER TO ALARM ON
TOTALIZER TO ALARM ON
Same as AxS1TYPE
ALARM x SETPOINT 2 TYPE — select what you want
Setpoint 2 of Alarm x to represent. The selections are
the same as AxS1TYPE.
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Lower Display
Prompt
Parameter Definition
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
ALARM x SETPOINT 1 STATE — select whether you
want the alarm type chosen in prompt "AxS1TYPE" to
alarm high or low or the beginning or end of a segment
in setpoint Ramp/Soak programming.
AxS1 H L
HI
LO
AxS1SCAL
1
10
100
1000
10000
100000
1E6
HI ALARM – Relay coil is de-energized when the PV is
above the setpoint.
LO ALARM – Relay coil is de-energized when the PV is
below the setpoint.
MULTIPLIER FOR ALARM TYPE “TOTAL”
SELECTION — the alarm is only a high value. Enter a
scaler of from 1 to 1000000.
(Base value x multiplier = alarm setpoint value)
ALARM x SETPOINT 2 STATE — select whether you
want the alarm type chosen in prompt "AxS2TYPE" to
alarm high or low or the beginning or end of a segment
in setpoint Ramp/Soak programming.
AxS2 H L
AxS2SCAL
ALx HYST
HI
LO
HI ALARM
LO ALARM
1
10
100
1000
10000
100000
1E6
MULTIPLIER FOR ALARM TYPE “TOTAL”
SELECTION — the alarm is only a high value. Enter a
scaler of from 1 to 1000000.
0.0 to 100.0% of span or full
output as appropriate
ALARM HYSTERESIS — an adjustable hysteresis is
provided on each alarm such that when the alarm is
OFF it activates at exactly the alarm setpoint; when the
alarm is ON, it will not deactivate until the variable is
0.0% to 100.0% (whatever has been set) away from the
alarm setpoint.
(Base value x multiplier = alarm setpoint value)
• Configure the hysteresis of the alarms based on
INPUT signals as a % of input range span.
• Configure the hysteresis of the alarm based on
OUTPUT signals as a % of the full scale output
range.
Repeat this procedure for Alarm 2, Alarm 3, Alarm 4, Alarm 5, Alarm 6 configuration.
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4.11 Auxiliary Output Set Up Group
Introduction
This provides a milliampere output representing any of twelve control parameters: Input 1-2, PV 1-2,
Deviation 1-2, Output 1-2, Setpoint 1-2. The display for auxiliary Output viewing will be in engineering
units for all but output. Output will be designated in percent (%).
Timer group prompts
Table 4-11 lists all the function prompts in the Auxiliary Output setup group and their definitions.
Table 4-11 Auxiliary output group definitions
Lower Display
Prompt
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
AUX OUT
Parameter Definition
AUXILIARY OUTPUT SELECTION provides an mA
output representing any of twelve control parameters.
The display for Auxiliary Output viewing will be in
engineering units for all but output. Output will be
designated in percent (%).
• Other prompts affected by these selections:
“4 mA VAL” and “20mA VAL”.
DISABL
NO AUXILIARY OUTPUT
IN 1
INPUT 1—This represents the configured range of input
1. FOR EXAMPLE:
Type “J” Thermocouple (0 to 1600°F)
0°F display = 0% output
1600°F display = 100% output
IN 2
INPUT 2—This represents the value of the configured
range of input 2.
PV 1
PROCESS VARIABLE 1—Represents the value of the
Process Variable for Loop 1. PV = Input 1 + Bias
DEV 1
DEVIATION 1 (PROCESS VARIABLE MINUS
SETPOINT)—Represents –100 to +100% of the
selected PV span in engineering units for Loop 1.
FOR EXAMPLE:
Type “T” Thermocouple
PV range = –300 to +700°F
PV span = 1000°F
Deviation range = –1000 to +1000°F
If PV = 500°F
and SP = 650°F
then Deviation Display = –150°F
Auxiliary Output = 42.5%
NOTE: A deviation of 0°F yields an auxiliary output of
50%.
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in percent (%) for Loop 1.
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Lower Display
Prompt
AUX OUT
(continued)
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
Parameter Definition
SP 1
SETPOINT 1—Represents the value of the setpoint in
units of PV for Loop 1.
PV 2
PROCESS VARIABLE 2—Represents the value of the
process variable for Loop 2.
DEV 2
DEVIATION 2 (PROCESS VARIABLE MINUS
SETPOINT)—Represents –100 to +100% of the
selected PV span for Loop 2.
See Example at DEV 1.
4 mA VAL
OUT 2
OUTPUT 2—Represents the displayed controller output
in percent (%) for Loop 2.
SP 2
SETPOINT 2—Represents the value of the setpoint in
units of PV for Loop 2.
Low Scale Value
within the range of the selected
variable to represent 4 mA
AUXILIARY OUTPUT LOW SCALING FACTOR—Use
a value in engineering units for all selections above
except Output.
Use value in percent (%) for Output. (Output can be
between –5 and +105%.)
20mA VAL
High Scale Value
within the range of the selected
variable to represent 20 mA
AUXILIARY OUTPUT HIGH SCALING FACTOR—Use
a value in engineering units for: Input 1, Input 2,
Process Variable, Deviation,* and Setpoint.
Use a value in percent (%) for Output. (Output can be
between –5 and +105%.)
*When Deviation is selected, only one operating
parameter will be entered. This value represents the
deviation level that will produce 20 mA output. Zero
deviation will produce a center scale (12 mA) output. A
negative deviation equal in magnitude to the Auxiliary
Output High Value will produce a low end (4 mA) output.
Repeat for AUX OUT 2 and AUX OUT 3.
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Modbus Communications Set Up Group
4.12 Modbus Communications Set Up Group
Introduction
This option allows the DR4500A to be connected to a host computer via the Modbus protocol. Up to 99
addresses and a maximum of 15 units can be configured over this link.
REFERENCE
Refer to Documents 51-52-25-66 and 51-52-25-69 for a complete description of the RS485
Modbus Communications Option.
Communications group prompts
Table 4-12 lists all the function prompts in the Modbus Communications set up group and their functions.
Table 4-12 Modbus communications group definitions
Lower Display
Prompt
Parameter Definition
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
ComSTATE
DISABL
MODBUS
DISABL—Disables the communications option.
MODBUS—Allows Modbus communication prompts.
Com ADDR
1 to 99
COMMUNICATIONS STATION ADDRESS — This is a
number that is assigned to the recorder that is to be
used with the communications option.
BAUD
XMT DLAY
BAUD RATE is the transmission speed in bits per
second.
300
600
1200
2400
4800
9600
19200
38400
300 Baud
600 Baud
1200 Baud
2400 Baud
4800 Baud
9600 Baud
19200 Baud
38400 Baud
NONE
10MSEC
20MSEC
30MSEC
40MSEC
50MSEC
TRANSMIT DELAY—This is the approximate time
delay between receipt of Modbus request message and
start of response message (in addition to message
processing time).
DBL BYTE
DOUBLE REGISTER BYTE ORDER—The transmitted
or received order of the 4 bytes comprising an IEEE
floating point value. The default order is EXP, MH, MM,
ML, or 0123 for reference.
FP B
FP BB
FP L
FP LB
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1032 (Big Endian, Byte Swapped)
3210 (Little Endian)
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Options Set Up Group
4.13 Options Set Up Group
Introduction
The Options Set Up Group lets you enable or disable some of the options that are available on the DR4500.
You can select the power frequency, select relative humidity as a measurement and a atmospheric pressure
compensation, select deviation recording action, and set the desired deviation setpoint.
Options group prompts
Table 4-13 lists all the function prompts in the Option set up group and their functions.
Table 4-13 Option group definitions
Lower Display
Prompt
REJ FREQ
HF REJ
Parameter Definition
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
60HZ
50HZ
REJECTION FREQUENCY – be sure that this selection
agrees with the line voltage frequency.
ENABLE
DISABL
HIGH FREQUENCY REJECTION – This selection
allows high frequency noise rejection. It is used to quiet
noisy pens or PV.
ATTENTION For fast processes it will cause
additional lag.
RELHUMID
NO
YES
RELATIVE HUMIDITY – allows you to activate or
deactivate the RH calculation algorithm.
• You must select 100RH input type for two inputs to
measure RH. It requires two 100-ohm RTD inputs so
INPUT 2 must be enabled for this prompt to appear.
• Also, you must select RH for “PEN2IN” which
represents the “wet bulb” temperature when input 2 is
selected.
ATMPRES
590 to 800 mmHg
DEVIATION – selects deviation recording action.
DEVIATION
DEVSETPT
ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE COMPENSATION – This
prompt only appears if you select “YES” at “RELHUMID”
prompt previously. Select the desired compensation.
NONE
• NONE – No deviation recording
SETPNT
• SETPNT – Records deviation from setpoint
CHAN1
• CHAN1 – Pen 1 records the difference between Input
–999.0 to 9999
DEVIATION SETPOINT VALUE – sets the desired
deviation setpoint value for deviation recording.
1 and Input 2.
• This prompt only appears if “SETPNT” was selected
at prompt “DEVIATION” previously.
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Options Set Up Group
Lower Display
Prompt
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
SCROLL
GRANDTOT
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Parameter Definition
LOWER DISPLAY SCROLL—The lower display will
automatically change to the next item (as if the
LOWR DISP key had been pressed) at the interval
selected.
NONE
NONE—Disables the scroll function.
1 SEC
1 SEC—One second intervals
2 SEC
2 SEC—Two second intervals
3 SEC
3 SEC—Three second intervals
ENABLE
DISABL
GRAND TOTALIZER—When enabled it prints, on the
chart, the sum of ALL the enabled totalizers as
TOTAL = XXXXXXXXXXX.
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Lockout Parameters Set Up Group
4.14 Lockout Parameters Set Up Group
Introduction
These are the parameters that you will set to lockout any unauthorized changes to the recorder’s
configuration and calibration prompts.
ATTENTION
Configuration can also be locked using S1 switch on the main printed circuit board. Refer to
Subsection 2.9 – Configuration Lockout Switch. The chart plate can be sealed using a lead
seal to provide a positive indication that the electronics and configuration lockout switch may
have been accessed.
Set this group last
Because this group contains functions that have to do with security and lockout, we recommend that you
configure this group last, after all the other configuration data has been loaded.
Lockout group prompts
Table 4-14 lists all the function prompts in the Lockout set up group and their definitions.
Table 4-14 Lockout group definitions
Lower Display
Prompt
LOCKOUT
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
NONE
CALIB
+CONF
MAX
Parameter Definition
LOCKOUT applies to one of the functional groups:
Configuration, Calibration, Tuning, Adaptive Tune. DO
NOT CONFIGURE UNTIL ALL CONFIGURATION IS
COMPLETE.
No Lockout – all groups read/write.
CALIB – All are available for read/write except for the
Calibration group.
+CONF – Tuning, SP Ramp and program groups are
read/write. All other groups are read only. Calibration
group is not available.
MAX – Calibration group not available. All other groups
are Read-only.
ATTENTION Do not leave in “NONE” Lockout.
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5.1 Overview
Introduction
This section gives you all the information necessary to monitor and operate your recorder and for
performing routine maintenance tasks. In this section assume that the recorder has been properly installed
and configured, and that the inputs are properly calibrated.
Some of the procedures in this section are required only initially, and some are required only randomly, as
conditions dictate. Once the recorder is up and running, required operation actions are infrequent and
straightforward.
Review the Operator Interface, Display and Keypad descriptions shown in Section 1 Overview.
What’s in this section?
This section contains the following topics:
Topic
5.1
Overview
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5.2
Preparation
5.3
Start-up
5.4
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Monitoring Your Recorder
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5.5
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Operator Functions
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13H
5.6
Operating Modes
5.7
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14H
129
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Setpoints
18H
131
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5.8
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Single Setpoint Ramp
21H
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2H
5.9
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Using Two Sets of Tuning Constants (PID Values)
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5.10
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Using Accutune II
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5.11
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Alarm Setpoints
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5.12
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Digital Input Option (Remote Switching)
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5.13
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Resetting and Displaying Totalizer Value
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5.14
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Monitoring the External Event Operation
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5.15
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Maximizing Pen Life
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5.2 Preparation
Introduction
After the DR4500A recorder is installed and configured, there are a few preparation tasks to perform prior
to start-up. These tasks include:
•
installing the chart,
•
setting the time line, and
•
changing the chart hub, if necessary.
Refer to Table 5-1 for these procedures.
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In some instances, it may be necessary to:
•
tune the controller portion - see Subsection 5.3 Start-up,
•
align the pens electrically - see Section 9 Troubleshooting/Service,
•
recalibrate the input - see Section 7 Input Calibration.
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Install/replace chart
Table 5-1 lists the steps required to install/replace the chart. Refer to Figure 5-1 and follow the procedure.
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Table 5-1 Install/replace chart
Step
Action
1
Open the recorder door. Remove power if it is applied.
2
Pull the pen lifter up in order to raise the pen(s) from the chart.
3
If there is a chart already installed, remove the chart from the hub and retaining clips.
4
Install the new chart so that its edges are under the four retaining clips and its small alignment
hole is over the alignment pin on the hub.
5
• If your chart hub looks like one of these and requires a smaller hub size:
Latch
Set screw
a)
b)
For a) unscrew the hex head set screw and open the latch. For a) and b): pull the hub off the
motor shaft. Replace with the smaller hub shown below. (Use hub from Honeywell hub kit
30756150-001.)
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Step
5
Action
• If your chart hub looks like this and requires a smaller hub size:
then just pull the adapter hub off the chart hub to expose the smaller diameter hub.
Save the adapter hub for future use.
Figure 5-1 shows the location of the basic recording components.
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Captive
screw or
Lockout
screw
and plate
Pen 2
Pen 1
Chart
Engraved
time index
chart hub
LargeRemovable
chart hub adapter
(pull
off to expose smaller hub)
Zero position
of pen arm
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Figure 5-1 Basic recording components
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Set the Chart Time Line
Table 5-2 lists the steps required to set the chart time line.
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Table 5-2 Set the chart time line procedure
Step
Press
1
Action/Result
Apply power and wait until the recorder runs its power-up tests.
2
CHART
▲
To enable the chart drive function.
To drive the chart forward
or
▼
To drive the chart backward
until current chart time line aligns with engraved time index on the chart
plate.
To increase forward drive speed, press and release the ▲key while
holding in the ▼ key.
3
CHART
To disable the chart drive function and return to normal operation.
5.3 Start-up
Preparation
Before start-up, there are two tasks to perform:
•
Install or replace the circular chart as described in 5.16 Routine Maintenance.
•
Be sure that the configured settings for the current time and wake time (time at which recording begins)
are correct. Note that the recorder is “awake” during start-up to verify interaction with the process.
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During start-up, you should verify the interaction between your process and the DR4500A recorder to be
sure that your process can tolerate some upsets during this procedure.
Diagnostic tests
When power is applied, the recorder will run four diagnostic tests. Table 5-3 lists the four diagnostic tests.
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Table 5-3 Power up diagnostic tests
Prompt on Lower Display
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Condition
RAM TEST
Check RAM
CONFTEST (configuration checksum)
Check nonvolatile memory
CAL TEST (working calibration)
Check calibration
BATTERY
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Test failures
If control is enabled and one or more of these tests fail, the recorder will go to the Failsafe Manual Mode,
and “FAILSAFE” will flash in the lower display.
If control is not configured, the self-test failures will be displayed periodically as other error messages are
presently displayed (CNFG ERR, CAL1 ERR, CAL2 ERR, or BATT LOW).
Troubleshooting
Refer to “STATUS TESTS” in Section 9 Troubleshooting/Service to identify and correct the problem.
Check the displays and keys
Use the procedure in Table 5-4 to run the display and key test.
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Table 5-4 Procedure for testing the displays and keys
Press
Result
SET
UP
Release the keys. The recorder runs a display test. All the displays will
light for 8 seconds, then you will see:
and hold in, then press
FUNC
Upper Display: KEYS
Lower Display: TRY ALL
at the same time
Press each key to see if it
works
When the key is pressed, the lower display indicates the name of the
key pressed.
Key Pressed
Lower Display
SET UP
SET UP
FUNC
FUNCTION
LOWR DISP
LWR DISP
MAN/AUTO
AUTO MAN
CHART
CHART
▲
INCRMENT
▼
DECRMENT
RUN/HOLD
RUN HOLD
Note: MAN/AUTO or RESET is shown but not both
•
If no key is pressed for 25 seconds, the test times out and the recorder exits the key test.
•
If any test fails, go to subsection 9.3 Self Diagnostics for more information.
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Key error
When a key is pressed and the prompt “KEY ERROR” appears in the lower display, it will be for one of
the following reasons:
•
parameter not available,
•
not in Set Up mode, press SET UP key first,
•
key malfunction, perform keyboard test.
Start-up procedure
Use the procedure listed in Table 5-5 to start up the recorder.
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Open the recorder door. Apply power and wait for the recorder to run its power-up tests.
ATTENTION
• If FAILSAFE starts blinking in the lower display, refer to Section 9 for
troubleshooting data.
• For recorders with two controllers (both enabled), be sure the CHN ‘1’ indication is
lit for steps 2-6. If CHN 1 is not lit, sequentially press the LOWR DISP key until “1”
is lit when “OUT” is displayed.
Table 5-5 Procedure for starting up the recorder
Step
Description
1
Pen check
2
Select manual mode
3
Adjust the output
Press
Action
For RECORDER ONLY models, just check that the pen
is operating and skip to step 6.
MAN
AUTO
Until “MAN” indicator is ON.
The recorder is in manual mode and the Output (OUT)
in percent is displayed in the lower display.
▲ or ▼
Adjust the output value and ensure that the final control
element is functioning correctly.
Upper Display: shows the PV value
Lower Display: shows OUT and the output value
in %
Make sure the pen trace on the chart corresponds to
the change in output.
4
Tune the recorder
SET
UP
Make sure the recorder has been configured properly
and all the values and selections have been recorded
on the Configuration Record Sheet.
To tune your recorder automatically, see section 5.10
Using Accutune II.
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Refer to Set Up group TUNING 1 or TUNING 2 to
ensure that the proper selections for PROP BD or
GAIN, RATE MIN, and RSET MIN or RSET RPM have
been entered.
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Step
Description
5
Enter the local setpoint
Press
LOWR
DISP
Action
Until you see:
Upper Display: shows the PV value
Lower Display: SP and the local setpoint value
▲ or ▼
Adjust the local setpoint to the value at which you want
the process variable maintained.
The local setpoint cannot be changed if the Setpoint
Ramp function is enabled.
“H” or “R” appears in the upper display.
6
Select automatic mode
MAN
AUTO
Until “A” indicator is ON.
The recorder is in Automatic mode.
The recorder will automatically adjust the output to
maintain the process variable at setpoint as tracked by
the pen trace, if the recorder is properly tuned.
7
Start up Controller #2
8
LOWR
DISP
Exit Start-up
Until “2” is lit when “OUT” is displayed.
For recorders with two controllers (both enabled),
repeat steps 2-6 for controller #2, but be sure CHN “2”
indicator is lit instead of CHN “1”.
Close the door and monitor the operation.
5.4 Monitoring Your Recorder
Introduction
Besides the historical chart record, you can monitor the recorder’s indicators and displays to get an
instantaneous view of various process conditions and of the control loop status.
Diagnostic error messages signal detection of malfunctions in certain internally monitored data. Alarm and
tuning messages indicate alarms in effect and control loops being tuned.
Operator interface
The indicators and displays on the operator interface let you see what is happening to your process and how
the recorder is responding.
Figure 5-2 is a view of the operator interface. A description of the displays and indicators is included.
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Indicates temperature
units of PV
Upper Display - six characters
Normal operation - Displays process
variable (PV) for selected channel.
Configuration mode - Displays selection or
parameter value.
Alarm condition
exists for alarm 1
or 2, when lit.
PV displayed is
for channel 1 or 2
Remote setpoint or
2nd setpoint is
active, when lit.
Blinks when 2nd
setpoint or remote
setpoint is
obtained through
remote switch.
ALM 12
Indicates controller mode:
MAN = Manual
Key Pad/Key Functions
A = Automatic
FC
CHN 12
MAN
FUNC
LOWR
DISP
%
RSP
SET
UP
OUT 12
Control relay
1 or 2 is ON,
when lit.
Lower Display - eight characters
Normal operation - Displays selectable
operating parameters and values.
Configuration mode - Displays function
group and parameters.
MAN
AUTO
CHART
RUN
HOLD
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Bargraph - deviation (±10% of span)
Center green bar indicates PV is within
±1% of control setpoint.
Next small bar will light if PV is between
±1% but less than ±2% in deviation.
If PV is equal to or greater than ±10%
deviation, the green bar plus all ten small
green bars will light.
Figure 5-2 Operator interface
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Meaning of indicators
During normal operation, the indicators will light for the reasons shown in Table 5-6.
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Table 5-6 Meaning of indicators
Indicator
Definition when lit
ALM 1 2
Alarm condition exists for alarm 1 or 2.*
CHN 1 2
PV displayed is for channel 1 or 2.
RSP
Remote Setpoint (when available) or 2nd setpoint is active.
OUT 1 2
Control relay 1 or 2 is ON.
A or MAN
Indicates the mode of operation:
F or C or blank
Indicates the temperature units of PV: F = Fahrenheit
C = Celsius
R or H or G or blank
(in upper display)
Indicates the state of the setpoint ramp or program if enabled:
R = Run
H = Hold
G = Guar Soak
blank = Disabled
T
Totalizer
LIMIT
(in lower display)
Alternately displayed with limit SP value in lower display when limit
condition exists.
KEY ERR
(in lower display)
Indicates parameter not available, not in set up mode, or key
malfunction.
A = Automatic
MAN = Manual
* ALM1 indicator can also mean the Interval Timer has timed out. Alarms 3-6 are indicated by a message
on the lower display. See Table 5-9.
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Reading the deviation bargraph
In addition to the indicators, a bargraph containing 21 bars displays Process Variable (PV) deviation from
Setpoint (SP).
ATTENTION
When CHN “1” indicator is lit, the bargraph display applies for Controller #1. It applies for
Controller #2 when CHN “2” indicator is lit. Sequentially press the LOWR DISP key to light the
appropriate CHN indicator (1 or 2) and view the corresponding controller displays.
•
The green “on-control” bar lights when the PV is within ±1% of setpoint.
•
The 10 small green bars above the “on-control” bar light for each positive deviation up to +10% and the
10 below light for each negative deviation down to –10%. If the process deviation is greater than ±10%,
the “on-control” bar and the specific small green bars light.
Figure 5-3 shows how the deviation bargraph works.
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+1 to +10%
small green
deviation bars
Green
"on control"
bar
-1 to -10%
small green
deviation bars
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Figure 5-3 Deviation bargraph
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Viewing the operating parameters
The upper display is a six-character display, four of which show the value of the PV during normal
operation.
The lower display is an eight-character display. During normal operation, you can view various
operating parameters. Press the LOWR DISP key to scroll through the operating parameters listed in
Table 5-7.
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The lower display shows only those parameters and their values that apply to your specific model and
the way in which it was configured.
•
You can configure the lower display to scroll through the items in Table 5-7 at an interval of 1, 2, or 3
seconds. Refer to subsection 3.17 Options Set Up group, function prompt “SCROLL” to make your
selection.
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Pressing the LOWR DISP key will freeze the lower display at the presently viewed item; pressing it
again will advance to the next item and scrolling will resume.
•
Pressing ▼while pressing LOWR DISP will scroll backwards.
For recorders with two controllers (both enabled) remember that any controller-related values displayed
correspond with the lighted CHN indicator — “1” means that the values apply for Controller #1 and “2”
means that the values apply for Controller #2.
Table 5-7 Lower display key parameter prompts
Prompt
OUT**
Output Value in Percent (%). Note that the output can only be adjusted through the
raise/lower keys when the controller in manual mode.
SP**
Local Setpoint 1. Also current setpoint of SP Ramp or SP Ramp/Soak Program.
SPN
Current setpoint for setpoint rate applications.
2SP**
Local Setpoint 2 (where remote setpoint does not apply)
RSP
Remote Setpoint (when configured)
2IN
Value of Channel 2 input (when available)
DEV
PV deviation from setpoint (±999.9 maximum)
EU
Engineering units that PV represents (when available)
RH
RH value in percent (%) (when available)
PIDSETx**
Tuning Parameter Set
RAMP
The time (minutes) remaining in the setpoint ramp
#RA
The time (minutes) remaining in the SP Ramp segment
#SK
The time (minutes) remaining in the SP Soak segment
RECYC
The number of recycles remaining to be run in the Setpoint Program
TUNExXXX**
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x =1 or 2
**
Time remaining in Timer function
**
Time elapsed in Timer function
Accutune II indicator.
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Prompt
XXXXXX
Description
Totalization value—upper display shows TCHN1 (or 2) for totalization value 1 (or
2).
**You can press ▲or ▼to change the value of this parameter.
Diagnostic error messages
The DR4500A runs background tests to verify data and memory integrity. If there is a malfunction, an error
message will blink in the lower display. In the case of more than one simultaneous malfunction or alarm,
each message will be shown in succession.
A list of error messages is contained in Table 5-8. If any of these error messages occur, refer to Section 9 Troubleshooting/Service for information to correct the failure.
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Table 5-8 Error messages
Prompt
126
Description
EE FAIL
Unable to write to nonvolatile memory
FAILSAFE
Failsafe
INP1FAIL
Two consecutive failures of input 1 integration
INP2FAIL
Two consecutive failures of input 2 integration
INP1 RNG
INP2 RNG
Input out-of-range
PV LIMIT
PV ±10% out-of-range
RV LIMIT
Remote Variable out-of-range
Note: RV = (input 2 x ratio) + bias
CNFG ERR
Configuration data is in error.
CAL1 ERR
Working CAL TEST failure (Control Output #1, Input 1, Input 2)
CAL2 ERR
Working CAL TEST failure (Control Output #2)
BATT LOW
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Alarm and tuning messages
Alarms #3 through #6 and Accutune II for Control Loops #1 and #2 are indicated in the lower display.
In the case of more than one simultaneous diagnostic or alarm message, each message will be shown in
succession.
Table 5-9 Alarm and tuning messages
Prompt
Description
ALARM 3
Indicates an alarm 3 action.
ALARM 4
Indicates an alarm 4 action.
ALARM 5
Indicates an alarm 5 action.
ALARM 6
Indicates an alarm 6 action.
TUNING 1
Indicates Accutune II in progress for Control Loop 1.
TUNING 2
Indicates Accutune II in progress for Control Loop 2.
ATTENTION
An active alarm will always provide an indication on the display but may not control its
associated relay; that is, a higher priority function such as a control loop or timer may have
control of the relay.
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5.5 Operator Functions
Actions an operator can initiate
An operator can do the following:
•
Change the Control Mode (Auto/Man)
•
Adjust the Output Manually
•
Change the Setpoint
•
Switch between Setpoints
•
Run or Disable a Setpoint Ramp
•
Run or Disable a Setpoint Program
•
Switch between Two Sets of PID Values
•
Run or Disable Control Loop Tuning
•
Check the Alarm Setpoints
•
Display and Reset the Totalizer
•
Close a Remote Switch
•
Monitor External Event Pen Operation
•
Run a Key Test
Note that some actions depend upon how the recorder was configured and the features supplied on your
particular recorder model.
Refer to the following pages for functions and procedures.
CHN indicator
Remember, for recorders with two controllers (both enabled), any controller-related values displayed,
including control mode, correspond with the lighted CHN indicator — “1” means that the values apply for
Controller #1 and “2” means that the values apply for Controller #2. Sequentially press the LOWR DISP
key to scroll through the displays and light the appropriate CHN indicator for controller-related values.
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5.6 Operating Modes
Available modes
The recorder can operate in any of three basic modes:
•
Manual
•
Automatic with Local Setpoint
•
Automatic with Remote Setpoint
Manual and Automatic with Local setpoint are standard features and Automatic with Remote Setpoint is
optional.
Mode definitions
Table 5-10 Operating mode definitions
Operating Mode
Definition
MANUAL
When switched to manual mode, the recorder holds its output at the last
value used during automatic operation and stops adjusting the output for
changes in setpoint or process variable.
Instead, you adjust the output by changing the value shown in the lower
display. See “Selecting Modes”.
AUTOMATIC with
LOCAL SETPOINT
In automatic local mode, the recorder operates from the local setpoint and
automatically adjusts the output to maintain the setpoint at the desired
value.
In this mode you can adjust the setpoint. See “Setpoints”.
AUTOMATIC with
REMOTE SETPOINT
In automatic remote mode, the recorder operates from the setpoint
measured at input 2.
Adjustments are available to ratio this input and add a constant bias
before it is applied to the control equation. See subsection 3.10 Control
Set Up Group.
What happens when you change modes
Table 5-11 explains what happens to the recorder when you switch from one mode to another.
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Table 5-11 Changing operating modes
Operating Mode
Definition
Manual to Automatic
Local Setpoint
The local setpoint is usually the value previously stored as the local
setpoint.
Manual or Auto Local to
Automatic Remote SP
The second input value with ratio and bias applied is used to calculate the
control setpoint.
Automatic Remote SP to
Manual or Auto Local
Setpoint
If configured for RSP Tracking, when the recorder transfers out of remote
setpoint, the last value of the control setpoint is inserted into the local
setpoint.
If RSP tracking is not configured, the local setpoint will not be altered
when the transfer is made. See subsection 3.10 Control Set Up Group
"SP TRACK".
Selecting manual or automatic mode
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An alternate action switch places the recorder in automatic or manual mode of operation.
Switching between manual and automatic will be bumpless, except when the PD+MR algorithm is
selected.
•
•
Table 5-12 includes procedures for selecting automatic or manual mode and changing the output while
in manual.
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Table 5-12 Procedure for selecting automatic or manual mode
Step
1
Operation
Selecting automatic
mode
Press
Action/Result
MAN
AUTO
Until “A” indicator is ON.
The recorder regulates its output to maintain the PV at
the desired setpoint.
Upper Display: shows the PV value
Lower Display: shows SP and the setpoint value
The deviation bargraph indicates the PV deviation from
the setpoint.
2
Selecting manual mode
MAN
AUTO
Until “MAN” indicator is ON.
The recorder holds its output at the last value used
during automatic operation and stops adjusting the
output for changes in setpoint or process variable.
Upper Display: shows the PV value
Lower Display: shows OUT and the output value
in %
The deviation bargraph indicates the PV deviation from
the setpoint.
3
Adjust the output in
manual mode
▲ or ▼
Adjust the output value while in manual mode.
Upper Display: shows the PV value
Lower Display: shows OUT and the output value
in %
4
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Return to automatic
mode
MAN
AUTO
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5.7 Setpoints
Introduction
You can configure the following setpoints for the DR4500A recorder.
•
A single local setpoint
•
2 local setpoints
•
A local setpoint and a remote setpoint
These setpoints can be toggled by the FUNC key.
Selecting the setpoint source
Use the procedure in Table 5-13 to select a single local setpoint source, a remote setpoint source, or two
local setpoints.
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Table 5-13 Procedure for selecting the setpoint source
Step
Operation
Press
1
Enter set up mode
2
Display local setpoint
source selections
3
Select the desired source
4
Return to control
SET
UP
FUNC
▲ or ▼
LOWR
DISP
Action/Result
Until the displays read:
Upper Display: SET UP
Lower Display: CONTROL
Until the displays read:
Upper Display: Setpoint source selections
1LOCAL
2LOCAL
REMOTE
Lower Display: SP SOURCE
Select the desired setpoint source in the upper display.
Controller assumes normal control.
Changing the local setpoints
Use the procedure in Table 5-14 to change either local setpoint value.
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Table 5-14 Procedure for changing the local setpoint
Step
Operation
Press
Action/Result
1
Select the setpoint
LOWR
DISP
Until you see:
Upper Display: PV value
Lower Display: SP or SP2 and the local setpoint
value
2
Change the value
▲ or ▼
Change the local setpoint to the value at which you
want the process maintained. The deviation bargraph
indicates PV deviation from setpoint.
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Switching between setpoints
You can switch between Local and Remote setpoints or between two Local setpoints when configured. Use
the procedure in Table 5-15 to switch between setpoints.
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Table 5-15 Procedure for switching between setpoints
Step
Operation
Press
Action/Result
1
Switch between setpoints
FUNC
or
Alternately select Local setpoint 1 and Remote setpoint
or switch between the 2 Local Setpoints.
or
LOWR
DISP
Press appropriate key until you see the desired setpoint
indicated.
ATTENTION “KEY ERROR” appears in the lower
display if the remote setpoint or second local setpoint is
not configured as a setpoint source, or if you attempt to
change the setpoint while a setpoint ramp is enabled.
2
Change the Local
setpoint value
The REMOTE setpoint cannot be changed at the
keyboard.
▲ or ▼
Setpoint selection indication
Table 5-16 shows how the indicators react and what the displays show for each type of setpoint.
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Table 5-16 Setpoint selection indication
Using Local Setpoint
Using Remote Setpoint
Using 2nd Local Setpoint
RSP Indicator
OFF
ON
Upper Display
PV
PV
PV
Lower Display
SP and the Local Setpoint
Source
RSP and Remote Setpoint
Value
2SP and the 2nd Local
Setpoint Value
To Change
Setpoint Value
Press ▲ or ▼
Cannot change the value at
the keyboard.
Press ▲ or ▼
(Note 1)
ON
(Note 2)
(Note 3)
Note 1—RSP blinks when RSP is reached using Digital Input.
Note 2—RSP solid for 2nd Setpoint
Note 3—RSP blinks for 2nd setpoint activated by Digital Input.
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5.8 Single Setpoint Ramp
Configuring the setpoint ramp
You can configure a single setpoint ramp to occur between the current local setpoint and a final local
setpoint over a time interval of from 1 to 255 minutes. You can RUN or HOLD the ramp at any time.
Procedure
Table 5-17 lists the procedure for configuring the Setpoint Ramp 1 or 2 parameters. The procedure for
Setpoint Program is in Section 6 – Setpoint Ramp/Soak Programming Option.
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Table 5-17 Procedure for configuring a single setpoint ramp
Step
1
Operation
Select SP RAMP 1 or
SP RAMP 2 Set Up
group
Press
SET
UP
Action/Result
Until you see:
Upper Display: SET UP
Lower Display: SP RAMP X
X = 1 or 2
2
Select the Setpoint Ramp
function
FUNC
Until you see:
Upper Display: DISABL
Lower Display: SP RAMP X
3
Enable Setpoint Ramp
▲
Until you see:
Upper Display: ENABLE
Lower Display: SP RAMP X
NOTE: You cannot change the current local setpoint if
the setpoint ramp function is enabled. Make sure SP
PROG is disabled.
4
Set the Ramp Time
FUNC
Until you see:
Upper Display: The ramp time in minutes
Lower Display: TIME MIN
▲ or ▼
Change the upper display value to the number of
minutes in which you want the final setpoint to be
reached.
Setting Range = 1 to 255 minutes
NOTE: Entering “0” implies an immediate step change
to the final SP.
5
6
Set the Final Setpoint
value
FUNC
Upper Display: The final setpoint value
Lower Display: FINAL SP
▲ or ▼
Change the upper display value to the desired final
setpoint value.
Setting Range = within the setpoint limits
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Running the setpoint ramp
Running a setpoint ramp includes starting, holding, viewing the ramp time, ending the ramp and disabling
it.
Procedure
Table 5-18 lists the procedure for running the setpoint ramp.
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Table 5-18 Procedure for running a setpoint ramp
Step
1
2
Operation
Put the controller into
automatic mode
Set Start SP
Press
MAN
AUTO
▲ or ▼
Action/Result
Until “A” indicator is ON and you will see:
Upper Display: H and the PV value
Lower Display: SP and the present setpoint value
Until the start setpoint value you desire is indicated in
the lower display:
Upper Display: H and the PV value
Lower Display: SP and the start setpoint value
3
Start the ramp
RUN
HOLD
You will see:
Upper Display: R and the PV value
Lower Display: SP and a changing setpoint value
NOTE: The value in the lower display will be increasing
or decreasing toward the final setpoint value.
The PV value in the upper display and the pen trace will
also change.
4
Hold the ramp at the
current value
RUN
HOLD
This holds the ramp at the current setpoint value.
Press again to continue run.
A “KEY ERROR” prompt appears if RUN/HOLD key is
pressed while “SP RAMP” is disabled.
5
6
View the remaining ramp
time
End the ramp
LOWR
DISP
Until you see:
Upper Display: R or H and the PV value
Lower Display: RAMP XXXM (time remaining)
When the final setpoint is reached, the “R” changes to
“H” in the upper display and the recorder operates at
the new setpoint.
ATTENTION Any time the local setpoint is different
from the final setpoint value and the RUN/HOLD key is
pressed, the ramp will start again.
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Step
Operation
Press
7
Disable the setpoint ramp
function
SET
UP
FUNC
Action/Result
Until you see:
Upper Display: SET UP
Lower Display: SP RAMP X
You will see:
Upper Display: ENABLE
Lower Display: SP RAMP X
▲
You will see:
Upper Display: DISABL
Lower Display: SP RAMP X
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operating mode
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5.9 Using Two Sets of Tuning Constants (PID Values)
Introduction
You can use two sets of tuning constants for single output types and choose the way they are to be
switched.
The sets can be:
•
Keyboard selected
•
Automatically switched when a predetermined Process Variable value is reached.
•
Automatically switched when a predetermined Setpoint value is reached.
The following procedures show you how to:
•
Select two sets
•
Set the switchover value
•
Set tuning constant value for each set
•
Switch between two sets via the keyboard (without automatic switchover)
ATTENTION
For recorders with two controllers (both enabled) remember that any controller-related values
displayed correspond with the lighted CHN indicator — “1” means that the values apply for
Controller #1 and “2” means that the values apply for Controller #2.
Select two sets
The procedure in Table 5-19 tells you how to select two sets of tuning constants.
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Table 5-19 Procedure for selecting two sets of tuning constants
Step
1
2
Operation
Select Control Set Up
group
Select
PID SETS function
Press
Action/Result
SET
UP
Until you see:
FUNC
You will see:
Upper Display: SET UP
Lower Display: CONTROL
Upper Display: Available selections are—
1 ONLY – 1 set of constants
2 KEYBD – 2 sets, keyboard selectable
2 PVSW – 2 sets, auto switch at PV value
2 SPSW – 2 sets, auto switch at SP value
Lower Display: PIDSETS
▲ or ▼
Select the type of PID set.
Set switchover value
If you select 2 PVSW or 2 SPSW, you must set a value at which the sets will switch over.
The procedure in Table 5-20 shows you how to set this value.
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Table 5-20 Procedure for setting switchover values
Step
Operation
1
Press
Select switchover value
function
FUNC
Action/Result
Until you see:
assuming you
are still in Set Up
group CONTROL
Upper Display: The switchover value
Lower Display: SW VALUE
▲ or ▼
Select the switchover value in the upper display.
Set Tuning constant values for each set
There are specific tuning constants that must be set for each set. The procedure in Table 5-21 shows you
how to access these constants and change their values.
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Table 5-21 Procedure for setting tuning constant values
Step
1
2
Operation
Select Tuning Set Up
group
Select the tuning
constants
Press
SET
UP
FUNC
Action/Result
Until you see:
Upper Display: SET UP
Lower Display: TUNING
Successively displays the following constants:
Upper Display: Tuning constant value
Lower Display: PROPBD or GAIN*
RATEMIN*
RSETMIN or RSETRPM*
PROPBD2 or GAIN2**
RATE2MIN**
RSET2MIN or RSET2RPM**
*PIDSET1 – will be used when PV or SP, whichever is
selected, is greater than the switchover value.
**PIDSET2 – will be used when PV or SP, whichever is
selected, is less than the switchover value.
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Switch between two sets via the keyboard (without automatic switchover)
This procedure is operational only if 2 PID SETS was configured at “CONTROL” set up group.
The procedure in Table 5-22 shows you how to switch from one set to another.
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Table 5-22 Procedure for switching PID sets from the keyboard
Step
1
Operation
Access the PID set
display
Press
LOWR
DISP
▲ or ▼
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Action/Result
Until you see:
Upper Display: The PV value
Lower Display: PIDSETX
X = 1 or 2
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5.10 Using Accutune II
Introduction
Accutune II provides foolproof, trouble-free on-demand tuning in the recorder. No knowledge of the
process is required at start-up. The operator simply enters the desired setpoint and initiates the tuning. The
recorder immediately starts controlling to the setpoint while it identifies the process, calculates the tuning
constants and enters them into the tuning set up group, and begins PID control with the correct tuning
parameters. This works with any process, including integrating type processes, and allows retuning at a
fixed setpoint. The tuning sequence will cycle the recorder’s output two full cycles between 0% and 100%
(or low and high output limits) while allowing only a very small process variable change above and below
the setpoint during each cycle.
•
Accutune works for all control algorithms except ON/OFF.
•
The recorder must be in Auto mode.
•
Accutune works for integrating processes.
Enable/disable Accutune using the Tuning Set Up group TUNE parameter described in Section 4.
Detailed instructions for using Accutune follow.
Starting and Stopping Tuning with Accutune II
After “TUNE” has been enabled in the tuning set up group as described in Section 4, use the procedure in
Table 5-23 to start tuning.
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To abort tuning in progress, press the MAN/AUTO key to take the recorder out of Auto mode. The
message “AbRT” (abort) will be displayed as the value of tuning set up group parameter “AT ERR”. The
tuning parameters will retain the values they had at the start of the Accutune operation.
Table 5-23 Procedure for starting Accutune II
Step
Press
1
DISP
Action/Result
Until you see
Lower Display: TUNExOFF
x = 1 or 2
If “TUNExOFF” (tune off) does not appear, then Accutune is not
enabled.
2
to toggle to
or
Lower Display: TUNExON
x = 1 or 2
Tuning will begin and the lower display will flash “TUNING”.
When tuning has been ompleted the lower display will again show
“TUNExOFF”.
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Using Accutune with Duplex (Heat/Cool) Control
“TUNE” can be done for applications using Duplex (Heat/Cool) control.
During tuning, Accutune II assumes SP 1 will cause a Heating demand, and then the calculated tuning
parameters will be automatically entered as the first set of PID constants. Likewise, it assumes tuning at
Local SP 2 will cause a Cooling demand, and the cooling parameters will be entered as the second set of
PID constants.
Procedure
After “TUNE” has been enabled in the Tuning Set Up group as described in section 4, use the procedure in
Table 5-24 to start tuning. Note that control group parameter “SP SOURC” must be set to “2LOCAL” to
enable the second setpoint.
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To abort tuning in progress, press the MAN/AUTO key to take the recorder out of Auto mode. The
message “AbRT” (abort) will be displayed as the value of Tuning Set Up group parameter “AT ERR”. The
tuning parameters will retain the values they had at the start of the Accutune operation.
Table 5-24 Procedure for using Accutune for duplex control
Step
Press
Action/Result
Heating Tuning
1
DISP
2
Until the value of Setpoint 1 is at the desired value within the Heat
zone.
or
3
Until you see Setpoint 1.
Lower Display: SP nnn
DISP
Make sure the recorder is in Auto mode. (“A” indicator lit.)
If not, use the MAN/AUTO key to put the unit in Auto.
Until you see
Lower Display: UseSPn
This is the prompt used to select the setpoint. If it is not
or
to switch to “USESP1”.
“USESP1”, use
4
DISP
Until you see
Lower Display: TUNExOFF
x = 1 or 2
If “TUNExOFF” (tune off) does not appear, then Accutune is not
enabled.
5
to toggle to
Lower Display: TUNExON
or
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x = 1 or 2
Tuning will begin and the lower display will flash “TUNING”. The
output will cycle between 50% and 100% (or high output limit).
When tuning has been completed the lower display will again
show “TUNExOFF”. The Heat tuning parameters are entered for
the first set of PID constants in the Tuning Set Up group.
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Step
Press
Action/Result
Cooling Tuning
6
DISP
7
Until you see Setpoint 2.
Lower Display: SP nnn
Until the value of Setpoint 2 is at the desired value within the
Cooling zone.
or
8
DISP
Until you see
Lower Display: Use SP1
9
to toggle to
or
10
DISP
11
Lower Display: Use SP2
Lower Display: TUNExOFF
x = 1 or 2
to toggle to
or
Lower Display: TUNExON
x = 1 or 2
Tuning will begin and the lower display will flash “TUNING”. The
output will cycle between 0% and 50% (or low output limit). When
tuning has been completed the lower display will again show
“TUNExOFF”. The Cool tuning parameters are entered for the
second set of PID constants in the Tuning Set Up group.
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5.11 Alarm Setpoints
Introduction
•
An alarm consists of a relay contact and an operator interface indication. The alarm relay is de-energized
if Alarm Setpoint 1 or Setpoint 2 is exceeded.
•
The alarm relay is energized when the monitored value goes into the allowed region by more than the
hysteresis.
•
There are twelve alarm setpoints, two for each alarm.
•
The type and state (High or Low) is selected during configuration: see Section 3 - Configuration for
details.
ATTENTION
An active alarm will always provide an indication on the display but may not control the relay;
that is, a higher priority function such as a control loop or timer may have control of the relay.
Procedure for displaying the alarm setpoints
The procedure for displaying and changing the alarm setpoints is listed in Table 5-25.
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Table 5-25 Procedure for displaying or changing the alarm setpoints
Step
Operation
Press
1
Access the Alarm Set Up
group
SET
UP
2
Access the Alarm
Setpoint Values
FUNC
Action/Result
Until you see:
Upper Display: SET UP
Lower Display: ALARM X
X = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Successively displays the alarm setpoints and their
values.
Upper Display: The alarm setpoint value
Lower Display: AXS1 VAL – Setpoint 1 value of
alarm 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6
AXS2 VAL – Setpoint 2 value of
alarm 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6
▲ or ▼
3
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Return to normal
operation
LOWR
DISP
Change any alarm setpoint value you select in the
upper display.
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5.12 Digital Input Option (Remote Switching)
Introduction
The digital input option detects the state of external contacts wired to it. On contact closure, the recorder
responds according to how each digital input is configured.
•
Make your selection under Set Up group “CONTROL1” or “CONTROL2”, function group prompt
“REM SW”: see Subsection 3.10—Table 3-7 or Subsection 4.6—Table 4-5.
Action on contact closure
Table 5-26 lists the configuration prompt selections, the “Action on Contact Closure”, and the display
indication for each selection available.
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Table 5-26 Digital input option action on contact closure
Display Indication
REM SW
Selections
Action on Contact Closure
None
None
No Digital Input selection
To MAN
“MAN” blinks
Puts the recorder into manual mode; contact open
returns the recorder to former mode unless AUTO/MAN
key is pressed while digital input is active.
To LSP
“RSP” blinks
Puts the recorder into local setpoint 1(switches out of
remote). When contact opens, the recorder returns to
former operation unless the FUNC key is pressed while
digital input is active.
To 2SP
“RSP” blinks
Puts the recorder into local setpoint 2.
To DIR
None
Selects direct controller action (transfer if in reverse).
RN/HOLD
“H” blinks in upper display
Suspends setpoint program or setpoint ramp.
• Keyboard takes priority over external switch for
RUN/HOLD function.
• Contact open runs the program or ramp.
• If initially in the HOLD state, close then open the
contact to remotely start the SP ramp or program.
TUNE
TUNING x
Initiates Accutune.
Keyboard operation
If a particular mode or parameter is selected by the contact closure, using the keyboard to select the same
parameter ensures that the selected mode will be maintained after the remote digital switch is reopened.
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5.13 Resetting and Displaying Totalizer Value
Introduction
If the totalizer is enabled and has been configured to allow resetting, you can reset the current totalizer
value as follows.
•
Refer to Section 3 - Configuration, under Set-up prompt “TOTAL 1” for Input #1 or “TOTAL 2” for
Input #2 to enable the totalizer function and allow the totalizer to be reset.
•
Refer to the procedures that follow to:
−
reset the totalizer locally,
−
reset the totalizer externally (switch),
−
display the totalizer value.
Resetting the totalizer
Follow the procedure in Table 5-27 to reset the totalizer value.
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Table 5-27 Procedure for resetting the totalizer
Step
Operation
Press
1
Access the Totalizer Set
Up group
SET
UP
Until you see:
FUNC
You will see:
2
Allow Totalizer Reset
once
FUNC
again
▲ or ▼
Action/Result
Upper Display: SET UP
Lower Display: TOTAL 1 or TOTAL 2
Upper Display: Ex XXX
Lower Display: (a value)
You will see:
Upper Display: NO
Lower Display: RSET TOT
Change NO to YES in the upper display.
ATTENTION Function prompt “RSETABLE” must
be set to “LOCAL”.
3
Return to normal
operation
LOWR
DISP
Returns to normal operation.
External totalizer reset
The totalizer can be reset to “0” from external switch #1 or external switch #2. Refer to Subsection 3.9 –
Totalizer Set Up Group and set function prompt “RSETABLE” to “EXT SW1” or “EXT SW2”.
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Displaying the totalizer value
Follow the procedure in Table 5-28 to display the totalizer value.
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Table 5-28 Procedure for displaying the totalizer value
Step
1
Operation
Alternating Totalizer
Display
Press
LOWR
DISP
Action/Result
Until you see:
Upper Display: tPV VALUE
Lower Display: (total value)
ATTENTION When two totalizers are configured,
notice that channels #1 and #2 totalizer values are
alternately displayed.
2
3
4
Display Channel #1
totalizer
▲ or ▼
Display Channel #2
totalizer
▲ or ▼
Return to Alternating
Display
▲ and ▼
Until CHN “1” indicator lights.
Upper Display: 1tPV VALUE
Lower Display: (total value) (8 digits maximum)
Until CHN “2” indicator lights.
Upper Display: 2tPV VALUE
Lower Display: (total value) (8 digits maximum)
simultaneously
You will see:
Upper Display: SCAN
Lower Display: (total value) (8 digits maximum)
After the keys are released, the upper display
alternately shows #1, #2 PV values while lower display
shows #1, #2 totalization values.
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Operation - Monitoring the External Event Operation
5.14 Monitoring the External Event Operation
Event pen function
If Function prompt “PEN 1IN” under Set-up prompt “PEN 1” has been configured as DGTL1 or DGTL2,
the pen (channel) operates as an “event pen” and tracks the remote contact (switch) closure by way of the
digital 1 or digital 2 input wired to the alarm output/digital input printed circuit board.
Event pen operation
When the switch opens, the pen for the channel tracks at the configured OFF position (0-100%) on the
chart.
When the switch closes, the pen tracks at the configured ON position (0-100%) on the chart and tracks at
this position until the switch is opened.
Thus, the “Event Pen” record makes it easy to monitor the on/off operation of an external event.
5.15 Maximizing Pen Life
Steps for maximizing pen life
Table 5-29 lists nine steps that will help to maximize the life of your chart pen.
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Table 5-29 Maximizing pen life
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Step
Action
1
Store the chart paper in a cool, clean dry place where the temperature does not exceed 40°C
(104°F) and the humidity is below 65% RH.
2
Do not expose the pen tip and chart paper to abrasive chemicals or dust that cause excessive
pen wear.
3
If the recorder is used in a dusty atmosphere, provide a positive ‘clean air purge’ to minimize
dust particle accumulation on the chart paper.
4
Periodically clean the pen arm using a cotton swab dipped in alcohol. This is more important
when the recorder is located in a dusty environment and no ‘clean air purge’ is used.
5
Never let the pen tip ride on the chart plate when the paper is not present. Use the pen lifter to
raise the arm when changing the paper.
6
Keep the door closed while recording.
7
Always insert the pen arm tip into the shipping sponge when storing or shipping the recorder.
8
Be sure that the chart paper lays flat against the chart plate. Any ripple in the paper will cause
light pen printing.
9
Be sure the chart hub assembly is pushed onto the motor shaft so that it is flush with the chart
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5.16 Routine Maintenance
Introduction
The DR4500A recorder does not require any periodic maintenance as such. But you will have to replace the
ink cartridge, and replace the chart and optional chart lamp, as required.
CAUTION
Do not lubricate the plastic gears on the chart and pen motors.
Changing the ink cartridge
Follow the procedure in Table 5-30 to clean the pen tip.
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CAUTION
Be careful not to move the pen arm(s) during this procedure. The top arm is pen 1 (purple
cartridge) and the bottom arm is pen 2 (red cartridge).
Table 5-30 Changing the ink cartridge
Step
Action
1
Open the recorder door.
2
Pull the pen lifter up in order to raise the pen from the chart.
3
Unclip and remove the ink cartridge from the pen arm.
4
Remove the protective cap from the pen tip on the new cartridge and open its clip.
5
Slide the new cartridge onto the pen arm and close its clip.
6
Push the pen lifter down to lower the pen tips to the chart.
7
Close the door and resume normal operation.
Replacing a burned-out chart lamp (optional)
Follow the procedure in Table 5-31 to replace a burned-out chart lamp.
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Table 5-31 Replacing a chart lamp
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1
Open the recorder door and remove power.
2
Unscrew and remove the hood from the lamp assembly.
3
Push the (bayonet-type) lamp in and turn it counterclockwise to remove it from the socket.
4
Reverse step 3 and install the replacement lamp (General Instrument type 1828 or equivalent)
in the socket.
5
Replace the hood on the lamp assembly.
6
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5.17 Installing/Replacing Chart
Installing/replacing chart procedure
Follow the procedure in Table 5-1 to install/replace the chart.
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CAUTION
Store replacement charts in a dust-resistant location. Otherwise, accumulated dust on the
chart may cause excessive pen tip abrasion which can shorten expected pen life. In addition,
you may want to air purge the case if the recorder is mounted in an extremely dusty
environment.
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6. Setpoint Ramp/Soak Programming and Operation
6.1 Overview
Introduction
As an option, the recorder can support the programming of a 36-segment setpoint program containing 18
ramp segments and 18 soak segments. In a ramp segment the setpoint value is changed as specified during
configuration. The ramp is configured in terms of ramp time or ramp rate, depending on how you have
configured the RAMPUNIT parameter. During a soak segment the setpoint is held at the specified value.
For each control loop you can build up to 6 profiles using any number of consecutive segments of the
program.
Odd-numbered segments are always ramp segments. Even-numbered segments are always soaks. These
ramp and soak segments can be used in up to six programs. You designate the beginning and end segments
to determine where the program will start or stop.
•
Every profile must start with a ramp segment and end on a soak segment.
•
Control Loop must have Setpoint Source set to 1LOCAL.
•
Control Loop 1 uses SP RAMP1, Control Loop 2 uses SP RAMP2. SP RAMP1 and SP RAMP2 are the
prompts under which the setpoint program is configured.
•
Recorder must be set to use SP1 (setpoint 1).
•
Only contiguous segments can be used by a profile.
•
There can be overlap between programs. For example, Profile 1 could use Segments 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6.
Profile 2 could be configured to begin with Segment 5 and end with Segment 8.
This section contains instructions for setting up a setpoint program, and for executing the program at
runtime.
Note that Section 4 contains instructions for using the setpoint ramp or setpoint rate. The SPRAMP
(setpoint ramp) and SPRATE (setpoint rate) parameters described in Section 4 must be set to
DISABL (disabled) if a setpoint program is to be used.
ATTENTION
If power is lost during execution of a program, upon power-up the recorder will use the last
setpoint value prior to the beginning of the setpoint program. The program is placed in hold at
the beginning. The Manual/Auto mode will be as configured under “POWER UP” in the
“CONTROL” group.
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What’s in this section?
This section contains the following information:
Topic
150
See Page
6.2 Setpoint Program Contents
151
6.3 Drawing a Ramp/Soak Profile
154
6.4 Entering the Setpoint Program Data
159
6.5 SP RAMP1 and SP RAMP2 Set Up Group
161
6.6 Setpoint Program Profiles Set Up Group
163
6.7 Setpoint Program Segments Set Up Group
165
6.8 Setpoint Program Event Set Up Group
168
6.9 Run/Monitor the Program
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6.2 Setpoint Program Contents
What you will configure
You will configure all the data that is relevant to each ramp and soak segment for a given setpoint versus
time program (profile). The recorder will prompt you through the sequence of segments and associated
functions. These prompts and functions are described below.
Recycle number
The recycle number allows the program to recycle a specified number of times from beginning to end.
•
Range = 0 to 99
Guaranteed soak
A SOAK DEV (soak deviation) parameter is provided. If its value is not zero, then soaking will be frozen
for each segment until the difference (plus or minus) between PV and SP is less than or equal to the value
of SOAK DEV.
There are no guaranteed soaks whenever SOAKDEV = 0. In this case, soak segments start timing soak
duration as soon as the soak setpoint is first reached, regardless of where the process variable remains
relative to the soak setpoint during the duration of the segment.
The decimal location corresponds to input 1 decimal selection.
Profile number
The profile number specifies which of up to six profiles will run. Up to 6 profiles can be configured out of
any even number of consecutive segments from the 36 segments configured.
Program state
The program state selection determines the program state after completion.
The selections are:
•
DISABL = program is disabled
•
HOLD = program on hold
Recovery
If Recovery is enabled the setpoint program will continue from where it left off after the last power down.
Program End State
This determines the status of the recorder upon completion of the profile. The selections are:
•
LAST SP = hold at the last setpoint in the program
•
F SAFE = Manual mode, Failsafe Output
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Profile Start and Profile End
These selections let you specify the segments that will comprise each of the 6 profiles. The first segment
must be a ramp (odd-numbered segment) and the last segment must be a soak (even-numbered).
Ramp unit
The ramp unit selection determines the engineering units for the ramp segments.
The selections are:
•
TIME = Hours:Minutes
•
EU-H = Degrees/Hour
OR
EU-M = Degrees/Minute
Ramp time or rate segments
A ramp segment is used to change the setpoint to the next soak setpoint value in the program.
•
Ramps are odd-numbered segments. Segment 1 will be the initial ramp.
•
Ramps are specifed in terms of either:
TIME* - Hours:Minutes
Range = 0-99 hrs:59 min.
or
EU-M* - Degrees/Minute Range = 0 to 999
EU-H* - Degrees/Hour
* The selection of time or rate is made at prompt “RAMP UNIT”
Set this prompt before entering any Ramp information.
ATTENTION
Entering “0” will imply an immediate step change in setpoint to the next soak.
Soak segments
A soak segment is a combination of soak setpoint (value) and a soak duration (time).
•
Soaks are even-numbered segments.
•
Segment 2 will be the initial soak value and soak time.
•
The soak setpoint range value must be within the setpoint high and low range limits in engineering units.
(Specify the setpoint range with SP HI and SP LO in the control group as described in Section 4.)
•
Soak time is the duration of the soak and is determined in:
TIME - Hours:Minutes
Range = 0-99 hrs:59 min.
Segment Events
Each segment can be programmed to trigger an alarm which in turn deenergizes the associated relay. The
selected alarm must be programmed as an event type for this to occur. Selections are:
ALARM 1 – ALARM 6.
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Segment events will not trigger a relay if that relay is configured with one of these higher priority
functions:
•
Control loop output
•
Interval timer
•
Alarm type other than “Event”.
See During alarm conditions an alarm will deenergize its associated relay unless a higher priority function
has been configured for that relay. See Table 3-11. If you want the alarm to control the relay, do not
configure a higher priority function.
Table 3-11.
Digital input (remote) operation
Program can be placed in RUN or HOLD state through a remote dry contact connected to optional digital
input terminals. The Control Loop parameters REM SW and REM SW2 parameters must be configured as
RN/HLD to support this function. The valid states of the contacts are:
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6.3 Drawing a Ramp/Soak Profile
Ramp/soak profile example
Before you perform the actual configuration, we recommend that you draw your Ramp/Soak profiles in the
space provided on the blank graphs and fill in the associated information on the worksheet. An example of
a Ramp-Soak Profile using the first twelve segments for Profile 1 is shown in Figure 6-1. Start setpoint in
this example is at 200 °F. Assume each soak segment is desired to trigger an event. Assume you are
configuring the program to be used by Control Loop1 (SP RAMP1).
Setpoint
500
SEG 8
SEG 9
SEG 4
400
°F
F
300
200
Time/Hours 0
SEG 2
SEG 3
2
SG 10
SG 11
SEG 6
SEG 1
1
SEG 7
SEG 5
3
4
5
6
7
8
SG 12
9
10
11
12
13
14 15
16
17
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Table 6-1 Parameter settings for example 12-step profile
Prompt
Function
SP RAMP1
Settings for
Control Loop 1
ramp
SP PROG
Enables SP
prompts.
RECYCLES
Segment
Value
Prompt
Function
Segment
Value
SEG7RAMP
Ramp
7
2hr:30min.
ENABLE
SEG8 SP
Soak SP
8
500
Number of
Recycles
2
SEG8TIME
Soak Time
8
0hr.:30 min.
SOAK DEV
Deviation Value
0
SEG9RAMP
Ramp
9
0
PROFILE
Number of
profile to run
1
SEG10 SP
Soak SP
10
400
STATE
Program
State at end
HOLD
SG10TIME
Soak Time
10
0hr.:30 min.
RECOVERY
Program
resumes after
power
interruption
ENABLE
SG11RAMP
Ramp
11
3hr:30min.
PROG END
SP value after
last segment
LAST SP
SEG12 SP
Soak SP
12
200
SPP SEGS
Settings for
segments
SEG12TIME
Soak Time
12
0hr.:30 min.
PR1 STRT
Profile 1 Start
Seg.
1
SEG1 EV
Event
1
NONE
PR1 END
Profile 1 End
Seg.
12
SEG2 EV
Event
2
ALARM1
RAMPUNIT
Ramp Units
TIME
SEG3 EV
Event
3
NONE
SEG1 RAMP
Ramp
1
1 hr.
SEG4 EV
Event
4
ALARM1
SEG2 SP
Soak SP
2
300
SEG5 EV
Event
5
NONE
SEG2TIME
Soak Time
2
1hr.:30 min.
SEG6 EV
Event
6
ALARM1
SEG3RAMP
Ramp
3
1hr.
SEG7 EV
Event
7
NONE
SEG4 SP
Soak SP
4
400
SEG8 EV
Event
8
ALARM1
SEG4TIME
Soak Time
4
1 hr.
SEG9 EV
Event
9
NONE
SEG5RAMP
Ramp
5
1hr.:30 min.
SEG10 EV
Event
10
ALARM1
SEG6 SP
Soak SP
6
250
SEG11 EV
Event
11
NONE
SEG6TIME
Soak Time
6
3hr.:0min.
SEG12 EV
Event
12
ALARM1
Reminder: There are up to 36 segments available for inclusion in a profile. The above example uses only
the first 12.
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Profile graphs
Draw your six ramp/soak profiles on the graphs below and fill in the associated information in the
worksheets that follow in the next sections. This will give you a permanent record of your program and will
assist you when entering the ramp and soak values.
Profile 1
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Profile 2
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Profile 3
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Profile 4
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Profile 5
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Profile 6
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6.4 Entering the Setpoint Program Data
Introduction
The procedure listed in Table 6-2 tells you what keys to press and what prompts you will see when entering
the setpoint program data. Follow the prompts in Sections 6.5, 6.6, and 6.7 when selecting the functions
for setpoint programming.
ATTENTION
Make sure SP RAMP and SP RATE are disabled first.
Table 6-2 Setpoint program data entry procedure
Step
Operation
Press
1
Select SP PROG Group
SET
UP
Action/Result
Until you see:
Upper Display: SET UP
Lower Display: SP RAMPn
2
Access SP PROG
FUNC
n = 1 or 2
Until you see:
Upper Display: DISABL
Lower Display: SP PROG
If you see
Upper Display: ENABLE
Lower Display: SP RAMP
or
Upper Display: ENABLE
Lower Display: SP RATE
you must disable them; SP PROG and its subordinate
prompts are not visible unless SP RAMP and SP RATE
are disabled. Once they are disabled, press FUNC
until you see SP PROG.
3
Enable SP PROG
▲ or ▼
Until you see:
Upper Display: ENABLE
Lower Display: SP PROG
4
Select the functions
FUNC
Upper Display: shows current value for each prompt
Lower Display: shows individual function prompts within
the setpoint program group
• Successive presses of the FUNCTION key
sequentially displays all the functions and their
values or selections.
• Using the FUNCTION key, follow the prompts shown
in Sections 6.5, 6.6, and 6.7.
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Step
Operation
5
Change the value or
selection of a function
prompt
6
Enter value or selection
into memory
Press
Action/Result
▲ or ▼
This changes the value or selection in the upper
display. If the display blinks, you are trying to select an
unacceptable value.
FUNC
This enters the value or selection and goes to another
prompt.
• Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each function you want to
change.
7
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Exit configuration
LOWR
DISP
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6.5 SP RAMP1 and SP RAMP2 Set Up Group
Introduction
There is a SP RAMP set up group for each control loop. Use the prompts to select the settings for each
loop’s program.
SP RAMP Prompts
Table 6-3 lists all the function prompts for SP RAMP configuration in the order of their appearance. These
prompts are available when SP PROG is enabled in the S PRAMP set up group described in Section 4.
All parameters may be changed while the program is disabled or in HOLD.
Table 6-3 SP RAMP prompts and available selections
Lower Display
Prompt
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
SPPROG
Parameter Definition
SETPOINT PROGRAMMING—This must be set to
ENABLE for the setpoint program feature to work, and
for the associated operating parameters to be displayed.
SP RAMP and SP RATE must be disabled. (See
Section 4.)
DISABL
DISABL—Disables Setpoint Programming
ENABLE
ENABLE—Enables Setpoint Programming
RECYCLES
0 to 99
RECYCLES—Enter the number of times the program
selected for execution will be repeated.
SOAKDEV
–99.9 to 99.9 engineering units
SOAK DEVIATION—Enter the acceptable deviation
from setpoint during a soak cycle. If the PV differs from
the setpoint by more than the value of SOAKDEV, soak
time is frozen.
There are no guaranteed soaks if SOAKDEV = 0.
PROFILE
1 to 6
PROFILE used by Setpoint Program. This can also be
set or changed when viewed in the lower display and the
current profile is in the HOLD state.
STATE
DISABLE
HOLD
Determines the state of the program after it completes
the final program segment cycles. If you select DISABL,
you must enable the program through the function
prompt before you can run the program again. If you
select HOLD, you can run the program again by
pressing the RUN/HOLD key.
RECOVERY
ENABLE
DISABL
This mode, when enabled, will allow the SP Program to
continue from the point at which the power was removed
when there is a power interruption.
PROG END
ENABLE
DISABL
Determines the status of the control output after the
program is run. If you select LASTSP, the recorder
controls to the last setpoint value which becomes the
LSP. For FSAFE selection, the recorder is switched to
manual mode and to the selected failsafe output value.
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SP RAMP1 and SP RAMP2 worksheet
Use this worksheet to make a record of your SP RAMP1 and SP RAMP2 settings.
Prompt
Description
Range
Your selection
SP RAMP1
Accesses prompts for Control Loop 1’s
profile
N/A
N/A
SP PROG
Enables SP Program prompts.
ENABLE
DISABLE
ENABLE
RECYCLES
Number of Recycles
0-99
SOAK DEV
Deviation Value
0.0-99
PROFILE
Number of profile to run
1-6
STATE
Program State at end
DISABL
HOLD
RECOVERY
Program resumes after power
interruption
ENABLE
DISABLE
PROG END
SP value after last segment
LASTSP
FSAFE
SP RAMP2
Accesses prompts for Control Loop 2’s
profile
N/A
N/A
SP PROG
Enables SP Program prompts.
ENABLE
DISABLE
ENABLE
RECYCLES
Number of Recycles
0-99
SOAK DEV
Deviation Value
0.0-99
PROFILE
Number of profile to run
1-6
STATE
Program State at end
DISABL
HOLD
RECOVERY
Program resumes after power
interruption
ENABLE
DISABLE
PROG END
SP value after last segment
LASTSP
FSAFE
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6.6 Setpoint Program Profiles Set Up Group
Introduction
You can configure up to six profiles; each profile contains a subset of the 36 segments. Each profile starts
with a ramp segment and ends with a soak segment. Each control loop uses one of these profiles. They can
use the same profile, too. The profiles can be synchronized to RUN/HOLD together.
Setpoint program profiles group prompts
Table 6-4 lists all the function prompts in the Setpoint Program Profiles setup group and their definitions.
Table 6-4 Setpoint program profiles group definitions
Lower Display
Prompt
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
Parameter Definition
PRx STRT
RAMP1 – RAMP 35
You can configure up to 6 profiles (PR1 – PR6). Each
profile contains a subset of the 36 ramp and soak
segments configured later. PRx STRT designates the
number of the first segment of the profile. It must be a
ramp segment (odd number).
PRx END
SOAK2 – SOAK36
This designates the number of the last segment of the
profile. It will be a soak segment (even number).
TIME (Hours:Minutes)
This determines the engineering units for the ramp
segments.
RAMPUNIT
EU/MIN (Engineering
Units/Minute)
EU/HR (Engineering Units/Hour)
SYNC 1+2
ENABLE
DISABL
Synchronizes the profiles for Control Loops 1 and 2.
This means that:
a) Both SP programs will RUN or HOLD
simultaneously.
b) A Guaranteed Soak Hold on one profile will cause
the other profile to HOLD for the duration of the
Guaranteed Soak Hold.
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Setpoint program profiles worksheet
Use this worksheet to keep a record of your setpoint program profile settings.
Prompt
Description
Range
PROFILES
Settings for profiles
NA
PR1 STRT
Start Segment for Program 1
RAMP1 to RAMP35
PR1 END
End Segment for Program 1
SOAK2 to SOAK36
PR2 STRT
Start Segment for Program 2
RAMP1 to RAMP35
PR2 END
End Segment for Program 2
SOAK2 to SOAK36
PR3 STRT
Start Segment for Program 3
RAMP1 to RAMP35
PR3 END
End Segment for Program 3
SOAK2 to SOAK36
PR4 STRT
Start Segment for Program 4
RAMP1 to RAMP35
PR4 END
End Segment for Program 4
SOAK2 to SOAK36
PR5 STRT
Start Segment for Program 5
RAMP1 to RAMP35
PR5 END
End Segment for Program 5
SOAK2 to SOAK36
PR6 STRT
Start Segment for Program 6
RAMP1 to RAMP35
PR6 END
End Segment for Program 6
SOAK2 to SOAK36
RAMPUNIT
Ramp Type
TIME
EU/MIN
EU/HR
SYNC 1+2
Synchronizes Profile for Control Loops
1 and 2
ENABLE
DISABL
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6.7 Setpoint Program Segments Set Up Group
Introduction
You can configure up to 36 ramp and soak segments.
Setpoint program segments group prompts
Table 6-5 lists all the function prompts in the Setpoint Program Segments setup group and their definitions.
Table 6-5 Setpoint program segments group definitions
Lower Display
Prompt
SEGxRAMP
(x = 1, 3, 5,…35)
Parameter Definition
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
0-99 hrs:59 min. (Time)
0 to 999 (Rate)
A ramp segment is the time it takes to change the
setpoint to the next setpoint value in the program.
• Ramps are odd number segments. Segment #1 will
be the initial ramp time.
• This selection of time or rate is made at prompt
“RAMPUNIT”.
ATTENTION: Entering “0” implies an immediate step
change in setpoint to the next soak.
SEGx SP
(x = 2, 4, 6…36)
SEGxTIME
Within the setpoint high and low
range limits in engineering units
The soak segment's setpoint value
0-99 hrs:59 min.
The soak segment’s duration.
(x = 2, 4, 6…36)
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Setpoint program segments worksheet
Use this worksheet to keep a record of your setpoint segment settings.
Prompt
Function
Range
SPP SEGS
Settings for
segments
NA
SEG1RAMP
Ramp
SEG2 SP
Your
selection
Prompt
Function
Range
SG13RAMP
Ramp
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
SEG14SP
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
SG14TIME
Soak Time
00.00 to 99.59
SEG2TIME
Soak Time
00.00 to 99.59
SG15RAMP
Ramp
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
SEG3RAMP
Ramp
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
SEG16SP
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
SEG4 SP
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
SG16TIME
Soak TIme
00.00 to 99.59
SEG4TIME
Soak Time
00.00 to 99.59
SG17RAMP
Ramp
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
SEG5RAMP
Ramp
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
SEG18SP
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
SEG6 SP
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
SG18TIME
Soak TIme
00.00 to 99.59
SEG6TIME
Soak TIme
00.00 to 99.59
SG19RAMP
Ramp
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
SEG7RAMP
Ramp
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
SEG20SP
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
SEG8 SP
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
SG20TIME
Soak TIme
00.00 to 99.59
SEG8TIME
Soak TIme
00.00 to 99.59
SG21RAMP
Ramp
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
SEG9RAMP
Ramp
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
SEG22SP
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
SEG10SP
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
SG22TIME
Soak TIme
00.00 to 99.59
SG10TIME
Soak TIme
00.00 to 99.59
SG23RAMP
Ramp
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
SG11RAMP
Ramp
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
SEG24SP
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
SEG12SP
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
SG24TIME
Soak Time
00.00 to 99.59
SG12TIME
Soak TIme
00.00 to 99.59
SG25RAMP
Ramp
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
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Function
Range
Your
selection
Prompt
Function
Range
SEG26SP
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
SG31RAMP
Ramp
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
SG26TIME
Soak Time
00.00 to 99.59
SEG32SP
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
SG27RAMP
Ramp
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
SG32TIME
Soak Time
00.00 to 99.59
SEG28SP
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
SG33RAMP
Ramp
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
SG28TIME
Soak Time
00.00 to 99.59
SEG34SP
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
SG29RAMP
Ramp
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
SG34TIME
Soak Time
00.00 to 99.59
SEG30SP
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
SG35RAMP
Ramp
00.00 to 99.59
or 0 to 999
SG30TIME
Soak Time
00.00 to 99.59
SEG36SP
Soak SP
Within SP
limits
SG36TIME
Soak Time
00.00 to 99.59
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6.8 Setpoint Program Event Set Up Group
Introduction
Segment events are used to activate relays by means of alarms. There are six alarms and six corresponding
relays. Alarm 1 controls Relay 1, Alarm 2 controls Relay 2, etc. When the setpoint program reaches the
segment, the segment event triggers the alarm which triggers the relay. The relay stays on for the duration
of the segment. There are no alarm conditions to be satisfied, that is, when the event goes on the alarm
goes on.
How to trigger a relay with a segment event
1. Program the segment event with the alarm corresponding with the desired relay.
2. Program that alarm as type EVENT. It is not necessary to program any alarm parameters other than the
alarm type.
Do not program other functions that have higher priority control of the relay. See During alarm conditions
an alarm will deenergize its associated relay unless a higher priority function has been configured for that
relay. See Table 3-11. If you want the alarm to control the relay, do not configure a higher priority
function.
3. Table 3-11.
Setpoint Program Event group prompts
Table 6-6 lists all the function prompts in the Setpoint Program Event setup group and their definitions.
Table 6-6 Setpoint program event group definitions
Lower Display
Prompt
SEGx EV
(x = 1-36)
Parameter Definition
Upper Display
Range of Setting or Selection
NONE
ALARM1, ALARM2, ALARM3,
ALARM4, ALARM5, ALARM6
Configured event will be active during the segment. All
others will be inactive.
Example of how a segment event works
For example, to have Segment 1 energize Relay 1:
•
Program SEG1 EV as ALARM1.
•
Program A1S1TYPE or A1S2TYPE as EVENT.
•
Do not program the Timer function Relay 1; namely, Timer.
For alarm programming information, see section 4.10.
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To ensure control of relay by segment event
To make sure a segment event operates the associated relay, observe the requirements below.
Table 6-7 Segment event relay operation requirements
Relay
1
2
3
Relay is controlled by (in order of priority)
13. Timer function
• Do not configure Timer.
14. Alarm 1
• Configure Alarm 1 type
Alarm 2
15. Controller 1 output algorithms Relay Simplex,
Position Proportional, Relay Duplex,
Current/Relay Duplex
4
• Do not configure Controller
#1 with these output
algorithms.
17. Controller 1 output algorithms Position
• Do not configure Controller
Event.
#1 with these output
algorithms.
18. Alarm 4
• Configure Alarm 4 type
19. Controller 2 output algorithms Relay Simplex,
• Do not configure Controller
Event.
#2 with these output
algorithms.
20. Alarm 5
• Configure Alarm 5 type
21. Controller 2 output algorithms Position
• Do not configure Controller
Proportional, Relay Duplex, Current/Relay
Duplex
22. Alarm 6
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• Configure Alarm 3 type
Position Proportional, Relay Duplex,
Current/Relay Duplex
6
Event.
16. Alarm 3
Proportional, Relay Duplex, Current/Relay
Duplex
5
Requirements for operation of
relay by segment event
Event.
#2 with these output
algorithms.
• Configure Alarm 6 type
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Use this worksheet to make a record of the segment event settings.
Prompt
Description
Range
SPP EVNT
Access to events
N/A
SEG1 EV
Event status
NONE
ALARM1
ALARM2
ALARM3
ALARM4
ALARM5
ALARM6
SEG2 EV
Event status
Same
SEG3 EV
Event status
Same
SEG4 EV
Event status
Same
SEG5 EV
Event status
Same
SEG6 EV
Event status
Same
SEG7 EV
Event status
Same
SEG8 EV
Event status
Same
SEG9 EV
Event status
Same
SEG10 EV
Event status
Same
SEG11 EV
Event status
Same
SEG12 EV
Event status
Same
SEG13 EV
Event status
Same
SEG14 EV
Event status
Same
SEG15 EV
Event status
Same
SEG16 EV
Event status
Same
SEG17 EV
Event status
Same
SEG18 EV
Event status
Same
SEG19 EV
Event status
Same
SEG20 EV
Event status
Same
SEG21 EV
Event status
Same
SEG22 EV
Event status
Same
SEG23 EV
Event status
Same
SEG24 EV
Event status
Same
SEG25 EV
Event status
Same
SEG26 EV
Event status
Same
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Description
Range
SEG27 EV
Event status
Same
SEG28 EV
Event status
Same
SEG29 EV
Event status
Same
SEG30 EV
Event status
Same
SEG31 EV
Event status
Same
SEG32 EV
Event status
Same
SEG33 EV
Event status
Same
SEG34 EV
Event status
Same
SEG35 EV
Event status
Same
SEG36 EV
Event status
Same
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6.9 Run/Monitor the Program
Introduction
Make sure all the “SP PROG” function prompts under the Set Up group “SP RAMP” have been configured
with the required data.
•
An “H” appears in the upper display indicating that the program is in the HOLD state. If an “H” does not
appear, go to the SP Program configuration procedure and enable the program instead of disabling.
ATTENTION
For recorders with two controllers (both enabled), remember that any controller-related values
displayed correspond with the lighted CHN indicator. “1” means that the values apply for
Controller #1 and “2” means that the values apply for Controller #2.
Run/Monitor functions
Table 6-8 lists all the functions required to run and monitor the program.
Table 6-8 Run/Monitor functions
Function
Run State
Hold State
Press
RUN
HOLD
RUN
HOLD
Result
Initiates the setpoint program.
“H” changes to “R” in the upper display indicating that the
program is running.
PV value and pen trace tracks the ramp soak profile.
Holds the setpoint program.
• An “H” appears in the upper display indicating that the
program is in the HOLD state.
• The setpoint holds at the current setpoint. Press again
to continue to run.
External Hold
If Remote Switching (Digital Input Option) is present on
your recorder, contact closure places the recorder in the
HOLD state, if the setpoint program is running.
• The “H” in the upper display blinks.
ATTENTION The keyboard takes priority over
external switch for the RUN/HOLD function.
• Contact reopening runs program.
Guaranteed Soak
If a non-zero value has been entered for SOAK DEV, a
Soak Segment will be suspended until deviation (SP–PV)
is less than SOAK DEV.
• A "G" will appear in the upper display during Soak
Deviation Hold.
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Function
Press
Viewing the present
ramp or soak segment
number and time
LOWR
DISP
Result
Until you see:
Upper Display: R and the PV value
Lower Display:
For Ramp segments:
# RA XX.XX
Ramp Time - Hours:Minutes or
Ramp Rate - Degrees/Minute
Indicates Ramp segment
Segment Number (odd only)
For Soak segments:
# SK XX.XX
Time remaining in segment in
Hrs:Minutes including current
partially completed minute
Indicates Soak segment
Segment Number (even only)
Skipping segments
LOWR
DISP
Until you see:
Upper Display: R and the PV value
Lower Display: #RA XX.XX (Ramp Segment)
#SK XX.XX (Soak Segment)
RUN
HOLD
To hold the SP Program
• An “H” appears in the upper display indicating that the
program is in the HOLD state.
▲ or ▼
RUN
HOLD
To select new segment
To begin running at new segment
or
LOWR
DISP
Viewing the number of
cycles left in the
program
LOWER
DISP
To retain the old segment
Until you see:
Upper Display: R and the PV value
Lower Display: RECYC XX
Remaining cycles 0 to 99
This number includes the current
partially completed cycle.
End Program
When the final segment is completed, the “R” in the upper
display either changes to “H” if configured for HOLD state,
or disappears if configured for DISABL of setpoint
programming.
• The recorder operates at the last setpoint in the
program in automatic or will be in manual mode at the
failsafe output.
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7. Input Calibration
7.1 Overview
SHOCK HAZARD—WARNING!
Disregard of these instructions may cause injury or death.
INPUT CALIBRATION MAY REQUIRE ACCESS TO HAZARDOUS LIVE CIRCUITS, AND
SHOULD ONLY BE PERFORMED BY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. MORE THAN
ONE SWITCH MAY BE REQUIRED TO DE-ENERGIZE UNIT BEFORE CALIBRATION.
Introduction
This section describes the field calibration procedures for inputs 1 and 2. All DR4500A recorders are
factory calibrated prior to shipment. It should not, therefore, be necessary to recalibrate the recorder when it
is initially installed. However, you must recalibrate the input if any one of the conditions summarized
below applies:
•
The thermocouple or RTD input must meet published* accuracy rates. Note that the factory calibration
at reference is ±1.2°F plus ±10 microvolts for thermocouples or ±0.3 ohms for RTDs.
* Specifications 44-45-03-15
•
You are using a 0–10 Vdc input. Recalibration is necessary because the resistor network used for this
input has a tolerance of ±1.0%.
•
You have cause to believe that the recorder is out of calibration.
•
You must perform regularly scheduled or periodic recalibration based on your own needs.
•
You have performed specific servicing activities such as replacement of an input PCB.
ATTENTION
Replacing a main PCB does not normally require recalibration since a new main PCB is
already factory calibrated, whereas an input PCB is not.
•
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You have changed the input type through configuration which results in the loss of the previous field
calibration, but restores factory calibration. See subsection 7.2 Restoring Factory Calibration paragraph
that follows.
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What’s in this section?
This section contains the following topics:
Topic
See Page
7.1
Overview
175
7.2
Restoring Factory Calibration
176
7.3
Minimum and Maximum Range Values
178
7.4
Preliminary Information
178
7.5
Calibration Set Up and Wiring for PV Inputs
181
7.6
Calibration Procedure
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7.2 Restoring Factory Calibration
How to restore it
The factory calibration constants for all the input actuation types that can be used with the DR4500A
recorder are stored in its nonvolatile memory. Thus, you can quickly restore the “Factory Calibration” for a
given input actuation type by simply configuring the actuation type through the IN1 TYPE (or IN2 TYPE)
prompt to another type and then changing it back to the original type. See Table 7-1 for the procedure.
ATTENTION
This procedure applies only for factory-installed inputs. Any input that was field-installed must
be field calibrated.
Procedure
Table 7-1 lists the procedure for restoring factory calibration.
Table 7-1 Restoring factory calibration
Step
Operation
Press
1
Enter Input Setup Group
SET
UP
Action/Result
Until you see:
Upper Display: SET UP
Lower Display: INPUT n
2
Change input type
FUNC
n = 1 or 2
Until you see:
Upper Display: Note the input type in the upper
display. Make sure that the
selection matches the type of
sensor that is connected to the
input in your application. Write it
down, if necessary.
Lower Display: INn TYPE
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Step
Operation
Press
▲ or ▼
Action/Result
Until you see:
Upper Display: 0-10V
Lower Display: INn TYPE
ATTENTION If you are already using a 0-10V input,
change to a 0-5V input type.
FUNC
Until the upper display rolls through the input types and
returns to
Upper Display: 0-10V
Lower Display: INn TYPE
2
▲ or ▼
(cont)
Until you change the input selection in the upper display
back to the proper selection. You will see:
Upper Display: Original input selection that
matches your type of sensor.
Lower Display: INn TYPE
To commit press FUNC before pressing LOWR DISP
3
Return to normal
operating mode
LOWR
DISP
To return to Normal operating mode.
The factory calibration will be restored. If the problem is
not corrected, contact the Honeywell Technical
Assistance Center.
1-800-423-9883 USA and Canada
CAUTION
A restored factory calibration overwrites any previous field calibration done for the input. Be
sure to protect any field calibration from accidental overwrites by configuring the appropriate
“LOCKOUT” selection after calibration. See the Section 3 - Configuration for specific
instructions to set the lockout.
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7.3 Minimum and Maximum Range Values
Select the range values
You should calibrate the recorder for the minimum (0%) and maximum (100%) range values of your
particular sensor.
•
If your recorder has two or more inputs, calibrate each input separately. Select the voltage or resistance
equivalent for 0% and 100% range values from Table 7-2, use these values when calibrating your
recorder.
Table 7-2 Voltage and resistance equivalents for 0% and 100% range values
Sensor Type
PV Input Range
Thermocouples
B
E
E (low)
J
J (low)
K
K (low)
NiNiMoly
NIC Nicrosil Nisil
R
S
T
T (low)
W5W26
W5W26 (low)
RTD
(IEC = 0.00385)
100Ω
100Ω (RH)
500Ω
Milliamps
Millivolts
Volts
Radiamatic (RH)
°F
105
–454
–200
0
20
–320
–20
32
0
0
0
–300
–200
0
0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
Range Values*
°C
3300
1832
1100
1600
770
2500
1000
2500
2372
3100
3100
700
600
4200
2240
41
–270
–129
–18
–7
–196
–29
0
–17.8
–18
–18
–184
–129
–18
–18
–300 to 900
–184
–130 to 392
–90
–300 to 900
–184
4 to 20 mA
0 to 10 mV
10 to 50 mV
0 to 5 Volts
0 to 10 Volts**
1400 to 3400
760
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
1816
1000
593
871
410
1371
538
1371
1300
1704
1704
371
316
2315
1227
to 482
to 200
to 482
to 1871
0%
68°F/20°C
100%
0 mV
–9.835 mV
–6.471 mV
–0.885 mV
–0.334 mV
–5.822 mV
–1.114 mV
–0.001 mV
–0.461 mV
–0.089 mV
–0.092 mV
–5.341 mV
–4.149 mV
–0.234 mV
–0.234 mV
0.003 mV
1.192 mV
13.763 mV
76.358 mV
44.547 mV
50.059 mV
22.397 mV
54.845 mV
22.251 mV
71.330 mV
47.502 mV
20.275 mV
17.993 mV
19.095 mV
15.769 mV
37.066 mV
22.277 mV
1.019 mV
0.798 mV
1.458 mV
0.525 mV
0.111 mV
0.113 mV
0.789 mV
0.062 mV
25.18Ω
64.30Ω
125.90Ω
4 mA
0 mV
10 mV
0 Volts
0 Vols
0.99 mV
274.96Ω
175.84Ω
1374.80Ω
20 mA
10 mV
50 mV
5 Volts
10 Volts
57.12 mV
*Range values for thermocouples are based on a cold junction temperature of 32°F (0°C). These values must be
adjusted for the actual cold junction temperature when using the ambient temperature method for calibrating
thermocouple inputs.
**Resistor network 30755232-002 must be installed in inputs #1 and #2 when using this range, see set up diagram
for details.
7.4 Preliminary Information
Disconnect the field wiring
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Depending on which input (#1 or #2) you are going to calibrate, tag and disconnect any field wiring
connected to the input terminals on the input boards inside the recorder. Reference Figure 7-1 and follow
the procedure in Table 7-3.
Table 7-3 Disconnect the field wiring
Step
Action
1
Remove the operating power from the recorder.
2
Open the door on the recorder.
3
Loosen the slotted cap screw on the right side of the chart plate, and open the chart plate.
4
Depending on the input (1 or 2) you are going to calibrate, remove the wired plug from the
input connector (J2) on the applicable circuit board. See Figure 7-1 for the location of the
circuit boards and input connectors.
5
Tag and disconnect the field wiring installed in the applicable input connector plug.
Mother board
for options
Main board
Alarm output
digital input
board (optional)
#2 #1
J2 on input #2 board (optional)
J2 on input
#1 board
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Figure 7-1 Location of the input connections on the input boards
Equipment needed
Table 7-4 lists the equipment required to calibrate the specific types of inputs listed in the table. You will
need a medium size bladed screwdriver for general use and a small size bladed screwdriver for use with the
screws on the connector plugs.
Table 7-4 Equipment needed
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Type of Input
Thermocouple Inputs
(Ice Bath)
Equipment Needed
• A calibrating device with ±0.02% accuracy for use as a
signal source such as a millivolt source.
• Thermocouple extension wire that corresponds with the
type of thermocouple that will be used with the recorder
input.
• Two insulated copper leads for connecting the
thermocouple extension wire from the ice baths to the
precision calibrator.
• Two containers of crushed ice.
Thermocouple Inputs
(Ambient Temperature)
• A calibrating device with ±0.02% accuracy for use as a
signal source such as a millivolt source.
• Two insulated copper leads for connecting the calibrator to
the recorder.
Thermocouple Inputs
(Compensated Calibrator)
• A calibrating device with temperature compensation and
±0.02% accuracy for use as a signal source.
• Thermocouple extension wire that corresponds with the
type of thermocouple that will be used with the recorder
input.
RTD (Resistance Thermometer
Device)
• A resistance decade box, with ±0.02% accuracy, capable
of providing stepped resistance values over a minimum
range of 0 to 1400 ohms with a resolution of 0.01 ohm.
• Three insulated copper leads for connecting the decade
box to the controller.
Radiamatic, Milliampere, Millivolt, and
Volts Inputs
• A calibrating device with ±0.02% accuracy for use as a
signal source.
• Two insulated copper leads for connecting the calibrator to
the controller.
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7.5 Calibration Set Up and Wiring for PV Inputs
Jumper positions
Before starting the calibration activity, check that the jumper plugs on the applicable input circuit board are
installed in the proper jumper position (in W1/MA and W3) for the particular sensor being used (refer to
the wiring connection drawings in this section for each individual setting).
Refer to Figure 7-2 for the location of jumper positions W1/MA and W3 on these circuit boards, and the
status of these jumpers for each type of input sensor.
Main board
Input board
Position
RTD
MA
W3
T/C
RTD
Position MA
W1
MA
Position
T/C
MA
Linear
Position W1
Status of jumper plugs
1. Install W1/MA plug in position W1 for thermocouple, RTD, Radiamatic, mV, 0-5 Vdc, 0-10 Vdc inputs.
2. Install W1/MA plug in position MA for 4-20 mA inputs.
3. Install plug in W3 according to your input type.
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Figure 7-2 Location of jumper positions W1/MA and W3 on the input boards
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Thermocouple input calibration methods
You can calibrate for a thermocouple input using one of three methods:
•
using an ice bath,
•
using a compensated calibrator, or
•
by measuring the ambient temperature at the input terminals and subtracting the voltage contribution
of the input terminal junction.
General set up procedure
Table 7-5 lists the general set up procedure for all methods of calibration. Do this procedure and then refer
to the set up procedure and diagram for your specific input.
Table 7-5 General set up procedure
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Step
Action
1
Set up and connect the calibrator to the input plug for the applicable input circuit board in your
recorder according to the particular input sensor being used. Refer to the following figures for
corresponding set-up diagrams:
• Figure 7-3
Thermocouple inputs using an ice bath
• Figure 7-4
Thermocouple inputs using a compensated calibrator
• Figure 7-5
Thermocouple inputs using the ambient temperature method
• Figure 7-6
RTD (Resistance Thermometer Device) inputs
• Figure 7-7
Radiamatic, mV and Volts (except 0–10 Volts) inputs
• Figure 7-8
0-10 Volts input
• Figure 7-9
4–20 mA inputs
2
Route leads (for example: copper leads or thermocouple extension wires) through a conduit
hole in the recorder case so that you will be able to close the chart plate.
3
Close the chart plate after you have completed the applicable calibration set up.
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Thermocouple inputs using an ice bath
Refer to Figure 7-3 and wire the recorder according to the procedure given in Table 7-6.
Table 7-6 Set up wiring procedure for Thermocouple inputs using an ice bath
Step
Action
1
Connect the copper leads to the calibration source (see Figure 7-3).
2
Connect a length of thermocouple extension wire to the end of each copper lead and insert the
junction points into the ice bath.
3
Connect the other end of the thermocouple extension wires to the clamp type terminals in the
plug for the applicable input connector (J2).
4
Reinstall the plug into the input connector (J2) on the applicable circuit board for Input 1 or
Input 2.
+
Calibration source
_
Copper
wires
#2 #1
+
Containers of
crushed ice
W1
_
22089
MA
Thermocouple
extension
wires
T/C
RTD
Connector plug J2
for inputs #1and #2
Be sure W1/MA
jumper is in position
W1 on the input board.
Be sure W3 jumper
is in position T/C
on the input board.
Figure 7-3 Calibration set up diagram for Thermocouple inputs using an ice bath
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Thermocouple inputs using a compensated calibrator method
Refer to Figure 7-4 and wire the recorder according to the procedure given in Table 7-7.
Table 7-7 Set up wiring procedure for Thermocouple inputs using a compensated
calibrator method
Step
Action
1
Connect the thermocouple extension wire to the Precision Compensated Calibrator (see
Figure 7-4).
2
Connect the other end of the thermocouple extension wires to the clamp type terminals in the
plug for the applicable input connector (J2).
3
Reinstall the plug into the input connector (J2) on the applicable circuit board for Input 1 or
Input 2.
W1
MA
T/C
RTD
Be sure W3 jumper
is in position T/C
on the input board.
#2 #1
+
+
Be sure W1/MA
jumper is in position
W1 on the input board.
Thermocouple
extension wires
Compensated
Calibrator
_
_
Connector plug J2 for
inputs #1 or #2
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Figure 7-4 Calibration set up diagram for Thermocouple inputs using a compensated
calibrator method
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Thermocouple inputs using the ambient temperature method
Refer to Figure 7-5 and wire the recorder according to the procedure given in Table 7-8.
Table 7-8 Set up wiring procedure for Thermocouple inputs using the ambient
temperature method
Step
Action
1
Connect the copper wire to the Precision Millivolt Source (see Figure 7-5).
2
Connect the other end of the copper wire to the clamp type terminals in the plug for the
applicable input connector (J2).
3
Reinstall the plug into the input connector (J2) on the applicable circuit board for input 1 or
input 2.
Adjust calibration voltages to
compensate for measured
ambient temperature
+
Calibration source
_
#2 #1
+
Copper wires
_
22091
W1
MA
Ambient temperature method
Connector plug J2 for
inputs #1 or #2
T/C
RTD
Be sure W1/MA
jumper is in position
W1 on the input board.
Be sure W3 jumper
is in position T/C
on the input board.
Figure 7-5 Calibration set up diagram for Thermocouple inputs using the ambient
temperature method
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RTD (Resistance Thermometer Device) inputs
Refer to Figure 7-6 and wire the recorder according to the procedure given in Table 7-9.
Table 7-9 Set up wiring procedure for RTD inputs
Step
Action
1
Connect the copper wire to the calibration source (see Figure 7-6).
2
Connect the other end of the copper wire to the clamp type terminals in the plug for the
applicable input connector (J2).
3
Reinstall the plug into the input connector (J2) on the applicable circuit board for input 1 or
input 2.
Decade box
#2 #1
+
Copper wires
22092
W1
MA
_
Plug J2
T/C
RTD
Be sure W1/MA
jumper is in position
W1 on the input board.
Be sure W3 jumper
is in position RTD
on the input board.
Figure 7-6 Calibration set up diagram for RTD inputs
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Radiamatic, millivolts, and volts inputs (except 0–10 Volts)
Refer to Figure 7-7 and wire the recorder according to the procedure given in Table 7-10.
Table 7-10 Set up wiring procedure for Radiamatic, Millivolts, and Volts inputs
(except 0-10 Volts)
Step
Action
1
Connect the copper wire to the calibration source (see Figure 7-7).
2
Connect the other end of the copper wire to the clamp type terminals in the plug for the
applicable input connector (J2).
3
Reinstall the plug into the input connector (J2) on the applicable circuit board for input 1 or
input 2.
+
Calibration source
_
#2 #1
+
Copper wires
22093
W1
MA
RTD
_
Plug J2
T/C
Be sure W1/MA
jumper is in position
W1 on the input board.
Be sure W3 jumper
is in position T/C
on the input board.
Figure 7-7 Calibration set up diagram for Radiamatic, Millivolts, and Volts inputs
(except 0-10 Volts)
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0–10 Volt inputs
Refer to Figure 7-8 and wire the recorder according to the procedure given in Table 7-11.
Table 7-11 Set up wiring procedure for 0–10 Volt inputs
Step
Action
1
Connect the copper wire to the calibration source (see Figure 7-8).
2
Connect the other end of the copper wire to the clamp type terminals in the plug for the
applicable input connector (J2).
3
Reinstall the plug into the input connector (J2) on the applicable circuit board for input 1 or
input 2.
+
Calibration source
_
#2 #1
+
Copper wires
22094
*
W1
MA
Plug J2
_
T/C
RTD
* Resistor assembly (part no. 30755232-002)
is furnished with the recorder.
Be sure W1/MA
jumper is in position
W1 on the input board.
Be sure W3 jumper
is in position T/C
on the input board.
Figure 7-8 Calibration set up diagram for 0–10 Volt inputs
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4–20 mA inputs
Refer to Figure 7-9 and wire the recorder according to the procedure given in Table 7-12.
Table 7-12 Set up wiring procedure for 4–20 mA inputs
Step
Action
1
Connect the copper wire to the calibration source (see Figure 7-9).
2
Connect the other end of the copper wire to the clamp type terminals in the plug for the
applicable input connector (J2).
3
Reinstall the plug into the input connector (J2) on the applicable circuit board for input 1 or
input 2.
+
Calibration source
_
#2 #1
4-20 mA
+
Copper wires
22305
_
W1
MA
Plug J2
Be sure W1/MA jumper is in
position MA; this connects
250Ω resistor (internal on
PCB) across inputs terminals
T/C
RTD
Be sure W3 jumper
is in position T/C
on the input board.
Figure 7-9 Calibration set up diagram for 4–20 mA inputs
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7.6 Calibration Procedure
Introduction
Apply power and allow the recorder to warm up for one hour before you calibrate.
•
Please read “Set Up Wiring” before beginning the procedure.
•
Make sure “LOCKOUT” is set to “NONE” (see Section 3 – Configuration).
•
The calibration procedure for inputs #1 and #2 are identical. The displays indicate the input number.
CAUTION
For milliampere inputs, be sure the current source is at zero before switching on the calibrator.
Do not switch the calibrator on/off while it is connected to the recorder’s input.
ATTENTION
For linear inputs, avoid step changes in input signal. Vary calibration source signal smoothly
from initial value to final 100% value.
Calibration procedure sequence
The calibration procedure sequence for all inputs is listed in Table 7-13.
Table 7-13 Calibration procedure sequence
Step
1
Operation
Enter Calibration Mode
Press
SET
UP
Action/Result
Until you see:
Upper Display: CALIB
Lower Display: INPUT n
FUNC
n = 1 or 2
You will see:
Upper Display: DISABL
Lower Display: CAL INn
▲
n = 1 or 2
The calibration sequence is enabled and you will see:
Upper Display: BEGIN
Lower Display: CAL INn
2
Calibrate 0%
FUNC
You will see:
Upper Display: APPLY
Lower Display: INn ZERO
n = 1 or 2
• Adjust your calibration device to an output signal
equal to the 0% range value for your particular input
sensor, see Table 7-2 for Voltage or Resistance
equivalents.
• Wait 30 seconds, then go to step 3.
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Step
2
(cont)
Operation
Press
Using Ambient
Temperature Method
Action/Result
ATTENTION If you are using the Ambient
Temperature method to calibrate a thermocouple input,
be sure to measure the temperature at the input
terminals and subtract the equivalent millivolt value (for
your particular thermocouple) from the 0% value just
prior to doing calibration.
For example, for a Type J Thermocouple and input
temperature of 68°F:
From
–0.885 mV
(Type J @ 0°F)
Subtract
–1.019 mV
(Type J @ 68°F)
To yield
–1.904 mV
(calibrator output
for INn ZERO)
3
Calibrate 100%
FUNC
You will see:
Upper Display: APPLY
Lower Display: INn SPAN
n = 1 or 2
Adjust your calibration device to an output signal equal
to the 100% range value for your particular input
sensor, see Table 7-2 for voltage or resistance
equivalents, wait 30 seconds, and
If …
Using Ambient
Temperature Method
Then …
you are calibrating a
thermocouple input
Go to
step 4
you are calibrating other than a
thermocouple input
Go to
step 5
ATTENTION If you are using the Ambient
Temperature method to calibrate a thermocouple input,
be sure to measure the temperature at the input
terminals and subtract the equivalent millivolt value (for
your particular thermocouple) from the 100% value.
For example, for a Type J Thermocouple and input
temperature of 68°F:
From
50.059 mV
(Type J @ 1600°F)
Subtract
–1.019 mV
(Type J @ 68°F)
To yield
49.040 mV
(calibrator output
for INn SPAN)
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Step
Operation
Press
Action/Result
4
Check the Cold Junction
Temperature
FUNC
The calculations for zero and span are now stored and
you will see:
Upper Display: The cold junction temperature at
the rear terminals
WARNING The
accuracy of the recorder
is directly affected by the
accuracy of this value.
Change this value only if
the zero and span
calibration procedures did
not bring the recorder
within the specified
accuracy requirements.
Lower Display: C-J TEMP
• The value in the upper display is in the tenths of a
degree. It is the current reading of the temperature
as measured at the thermocouple terminals
(that is, at J2) and recognized by the recorder.
• When using the Ice Bath method, this value should
be the terminal ambient temperature.
− You can change this value, if it is in error, using
the ▲ or ▼ key.
5
Exit the Calibration Mode
LOWR
DISP
The recorder stores the calibration constants and exit
calibration mode.
or
SET
UP
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8.1 Overview
SHOCK HAZARD—WARNING!
Disregard of these instructions may cause injury or death.
OUTPUT CALIBRATION MAY REQUIRE ACCESS TO HAZARDOUS LIVE CIRCUITS, AND
SHOULD ONLY BE PERFORMED BY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. MORE THAN
ONE SWITCH MAY BE REQUIRED TO DE-ENERGIZE UNIT BEFORE CALIBRATION.
Introduction
This section describes the field calibration procedures for the following types of outputs:
•
Current Output
•
Position Proportional Output
•
Auxiliary Output
ATTENTION
Calibration for Control Outputs #1 and #2 is identical except for the particular printed circuit
board involved.
What’s in this section
This section contains the following topics:
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Overview
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8.2
Current Proportional Output/Aux Out 2 and 3 Calibration
● Introduction
● Equipment needed
● Calibrator connections
● Calibration Procedure
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8.3
Position Proportional Output Calibration
● Position proportional control
● Equipment needed
● Connections
● Auto mode vs manual mode
● Displayed values
● Calibration Procedure
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8.4
Auxiliary Output Calibration
● Introduction
● Equipment needed
● Calibrator connections
● Calibration Procedure
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8.2 Current Proportional Output/Aux Out 2 and 3 Calibration
Introduction
Calibrate the recorder so that the output provides the proper amount of current over the desired range.
•
The recorder can provide an output current range of from 3.1to 21 mA and can be calibrated at 4 mA for
0 % of output and 20 mA for 100 % of output or any other values between 3.1 and 21 mA.
Equipment needed
You will need a standard shop type milliammeter, with whatever accuracy is required, capable of
measuring 0 to 20 milliamps.
Calibrator connections
Refer to Figure 8-1 and wire the recorder according to the procedure given in Table 8-1.
Table 8-1 Set up wiring procedure current proportional output/Aux Out 2 and 3
Step
Action
1
With the power off, door open, and the chart plate swung out; tag and disconnect field wiring
from the plug in connector J1 on the appropriate control output PCB (see Figure 8-1).
2
Observing polarity, connect a milliammeter’s leads to the plug for connector J1.
3
Close the chart plate: apply power and allow the recorder to warm up 15 minutes before you
calibrate.
Control output
#1 PCB
Control output
#2 PCB
Milliammeter
+
Plug J1
(current output)
#2 #1
22095
Figure 8-1 Test equipment connections for calibrating current proportional output
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Procedure
The procedure for calibrating the Current Proportional Output is listed in Table 8-2. Make sure
“LOCKOUT” in the Set Up group is set to “NONE.” See Section 3 – Configuration. Also, “CONTROL
1/2” must be enabled and “OUT ALG” must be set to “CURRNT” in the Control Set Up group.
ATTENTION
Follow this procedure when calibrating Auxiliary Output #2 or #3. Make sure "LOCKOUT" in
the Set Up group is set to "NONE" and "AUX OUT" must NOT be disabled in the Auxiliary
Output group.
Table 8-2 Current proportional output/Aux Out 2 and 3 calibration procedure
Step
1
Operation
Enter Calibration Mode
Press
SET
UP
Action/Result
Until you see:
Upper Display: CALIB
Lower Display: CURRENT
2
Calibrate 0 %
FUNC
You will see:
Upper Display: (a value) (approximately 380)
Lower Display: ZERO VAL
▲ or ▼
Until the desired 0 % output is read on the
milliammeter. Use the values shown below depending
on the action of your recorder.
4 mA For 4 to 20 mA Direct Action
20 mA For 4 to 20 mA Reverse Action
3
Calibrate 100 %
FUNC
Stores the 0 % value and you will see:
Upper Display: (a value) (approximately 1890)
Lower Display: SPAN VAL
▲ or ▼
Until the desired 100 % output is read on the
milliammeter. Use the values shown below depending
on the action of your recorder.
20 mA For 4 to 20 mA Direct Action
4 mA For 4 to 20 mA Reverse Action
4
Exit the Calibration Mode
FUNC
The recorder stores the span value.
LOWR
DISP
To exit the calibration mode.
or
SET
UP
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8.3 Position Proportional Output Calibration
Position proportional control
When the DR4500A Recorder has a position proportional control output, calibrate the recorder so that the
increase and decrease relays operate properly with respect to the position of the external feedback
slidewire.
Equipment needed
None
Connections
Leave all field wiring connected to the plugs in connectors J2 and J5 on the appropriate control output
printed circuit board.
Apply power and allow the recorder to warm up 15 minutes before you calibrate.
Auto mode vs manual mode
There are two ways in which to calibrate Position Proportional control:
AUTO mode or MANUAL mode.
Rules for auto mode vs manual mode
The auto-mode selection must be done at least once before the manual mode will operate properly. Failure
to use the auto-mode procedure will prevent the recorder from going into automatic control mode.
Displayed values
During the auto-mode calibration procedure, the values being displayed are used only to indicate if the
motor is still traveling.
To view the actual calibration value, use the manual mode after the auto-mode is completed. These values
can be changed for purposes of tweaking the calibration.
Procedure
The procedure for calibrating the position proportional output control output is listed in Table 8-3.
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•
Make sure “LOCKOUT” in the Set Up group is set to “NONE.” See Section 3 – Configuration. Also,
“CONTROL 1/2” must be enabled in the Control Set Up group.
•
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Table 8-3 Position proportional output calibration procedure
Step
1
2
Operation
Enter Calibration Mode
Set Motor Traverse Time
NOTE: This is the time it
takes the motor to travel
from 0 to 100 %.
Press
Action/Result
SET
UP
Until you see:
FUNC
Until you see:
Upper Display: CALIB
Lower Display: POS PROP
Upper Display: (a value)
Lower Display: MTR TIME
▲ or ▼
Until the proper motor stroke time is reached (see the
motor specs or measure the time).
• Range of setting = 5 to 255 Seconds
3
Select Automatic or
Manual Calibration
FUNC
Until you see:
Upper Display: DISABL
Lower Display: POS PROP
• You can calibrate the control output manually or let
the recorder calibrate the control output
automatically.
• In the “Automatic Calibration Mode” (DO AUTO), the
control relays automatically move the motor in the
proper direction.
• If desired, however, the motor may be manually
positioned to 0 % and 100 % positions.
Disconnect the relay wires. “DO MAN”.
• In the “Manual Calibration Mode” (DO MAN) the
motor does not move. Instead, the existing 0 % and
100 % values may be changed with the ▲ or ▼
keys.
▲ or ▼
Select automatic or manual calibration.
Upper Display: DO AUTO or DO MAN
Lower Display: POS PROP
• If you select DO AUTO, go to step 4.
• If you select DO MAN, go to step 6.
ATTENTION When calibration is terminated, this
selection reverts to DISABL.
4
DO AUTO
Set 0 % value
FUNC
The decrement relay is turned on to move the motor to
0 % position.
Upper Display: (counts of feedback slidewire)
(0 to 2047)
Lower Display: ZERO VAL
• When the motor stops, the display should stop
counting; go to the next step.
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Step
5
Operation
Set 100 % value
Press
Action/Result
FUNC
The increment relay is turned on to move the motor to
100 % position.
Upper Display: (counts of feedback slidewire)
(0 to 2047)
Lower Display: SPAN VAL
• When the motor stops, the display should stop
counting, then go on to step 8.
6
DO MAN
Set 0 % value
FUNC
You will see:
Upper Display: (existing zero calibration value
in counts) (approximately 100)
Lower Display: ZERO VAL
▲ or ▼
Until the desired zero value is reached in the upper
display.
Upper Display: (desired zero value)
Lower Display: ZERO VAL
7
Set 100 % value
FUNC
The recorder stores the 0 % value and you will see:
Upper Display: (existing span calibration value
in counts) (approximately 1500)
Lower Display: SPAN VAL
▲ or ▼
Until the desired span value is reached in the upper
display.
Upper Display: (desired span value)
Lower Display: SPAN VAL
For manual calibration, the motor does not move from
its position prior to the start of position proportional
calibration.
8
Exit the Calibration Mode
FUNC
The recorder stores the 100 % value.
LOWR
DISP
To exit the calibration mode.
or
SET
UP
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8.4 Auxiliary Output Calibration
Introduction
Calibrate the recorder so that the auxiliary output provides the proper amount of current over the desired
range.
•
The recorder can provide an auxiliary output current range of from 3.1 to 21 milliamperes and can be
calibrated at 4 mA for 0 % of output and 20 mA for 100 % of output or any other values between 3.1 and
21 mA.
Equipment needed
You will need a standard shop type milliammeter, with whatever accuracy is required, capable of
measuring 0 to 20 milliamps.
Calibrator connections
Refer to Figure 8-2 and wire the recorder according to the procedure given in Table 8-4.
Table 8-4 Set up wiring procedure for auxiliary output
Step
Action
1
With the power off, door open, and the chart plate swung out, tag and disconnect field wiring
from the plug in connector J2 on the auxiliary output PCB (see Figure 8-2).
2
Observing polarity, connect a milliammeter’s leads to the plug for connector J2.
3
Close the chart plate; apply power and allow the recorder to warm up 15 minutes before you
calibrate.
Control output
#1 PCB
Auxiliary
output PCB
Milliammeter
+
#2 #1
Plug J2
(auxiliary output)
Control output
#2 PCB
22818
Figure 8-2 Test equipment connections for calibrating auxiliary output
Procedure
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The procedure for calibrating the Auxiliary Output is listed in Table 8-5. Make sure “LOCKOUT” in the
Set Up group is set to “NONE.” See Section 3 – Configuration. Also, “AUX OUT” must NOT be disabled.
Table 8-5 Auxiliary output calibration procedure
Step
1
Operation
Enter Calibration Mode
Press
SET
UP
Action/Result
Until you see:
Upper Display: CALIB
Lower Display: AUX OUT
2
Calibrate 0 %
FUNC
You will see:
Upper Display: (a value)
(approximately 750)
Lower Display: ZERO VAL
▲ or ▼
3
Calibrate 100 %
FUNC
Until the desired 0 % (4 mA) output is read on the
milliammeter.
Stores the 0 % value and you will see:
Upper Display: (a value)
(approximately 3650)
Lower Display: SPAN VAL
▲ or ▼
4
Exit the Calibration Mode
Until the desired 100 % (20 mA) output is read on the
milliammeter.
FUNC
The recorder stores the span value.
LOWR
DISP
To exit the calibration mode.
or
SET
UP
ATTENTION
The calibration for Auxiliary Outputs #2 and #3 follows the procedure for calibrating the current
proportional output (refer to Subsection 8.2).
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9.1 Overview
SHOCK HAZARD—WARNING!
Disregard of these instructions may cause injury or death.
TROUBLESHOOTING MAY REQUIRE ACCESS TO HAZARDOUS LIVE CIRCUITS, AND
SHOULD ONLY BE PERFORMED BY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. MORE THAN
ONE SWITCH MAY BE REQUIRED TO DE-ENERGIZE UNIT BEFORE SERVICING.
Introduction
This section explains how to troubleshoot the DR4500A recorder using self-diagnostic test results and error
messages as well as some visual failure symptoms. Using an optimum replacement unit repair philosophy,
trouble is traced to a printed circuit board (PCB)/hardware assembly level rather than to an individual
PCB/hardware assembly component. While troubleshooting is straightforward, we recommend that only
trained service technicians repair the recorder.
What’s in this section?
The following topics are covered in this section.
Topic
See Page
9.1
Overview
201
9.2
Troubleshooting Aids
203
9.3
Self Diagnostics
205
9.4
Visual Failure Symptoms
211
9.5
Troubleshooting Procedures
212
9.6
Pen Alignment
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Types of problems
Instrument performance can be adversely affected by installation and application problems as well as
hardware problems. We recommend that you investigate the problems in the following order:
•
Installation related problems
•
Application related problems
•
Hardware and software related problems
and use the information presented in this section to solve them.
If a replacement of any part is required, follow the instructions shipped with the replacment part.
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Installation related problems
Read the Installation section in this manual to make sure the DR4500A has been properly installed. The
installation section provides information on protection against electrical noise, connecting external
equipment to the recorder, and shielding and routing external wiring.
ATTENTION
System noise induced into the recorder will result in diagnostic error messages recurring. If the
diagnostic error messages can be cleared, it indicates a “soft” failure and is probably noise
related.
If system noise is suspected, completely isolate the recorder from all field wiring. Use
calibration sources to simulate PV and check all recorder and control functions; that is, Pen
functions, Chart Trace, Gain, Rate, Reset, Output, Alarms, etc.
Application related problems
Review the application of the recorder; then, if necessary, direct your questions to the local sales office.
Hardware and software related problems
Use the troubleshooting error message prompts and recorder failure symptoms to identify typical failures
which may occur in the recorder. Follow the troubleshooting procedures to correct them.
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9.2 Troubleshooting Aids
Self diagnostics
The DR4500A recorder runs self-diagnostic tests to monitor the recorder’s general health. The tests are
divided into three main groups and will produce an error message when failed.
An error message can occur
•
at power-up — run when power is cycled off and on,
•
during continuous background tests while in normal operation, and
•
when the Status Tests are requested by the operator.
Table 9-4 lists all the error message prompts that you could see, the reason for the failure, and how to
correct the problem
Visual failure symptoms
Other failures may occur that deal with the power, pen functions, chart rotation, output, or alarms. Refer to
the visual failure symptom in Table 9-5 to determine what is wrong and the troubleshooting procedures to
use to correct the problem.
Check Installation
If a set of symptoms still persists, refer to Section 2 - Installation and ensure proper installation and proper
use of the recorder in the system.
Customer support
If you cannot solve the problem using the troubleshooting procedures listed in this section, get the model
number and serial number from the label on the chart plate, and software version (see "Determining the
software version") then:
•
call Customer Support Phone Number
1-800-423-9883 USA and Canada
If it is determined that a hardware problem exists and the recorder is still within the two year warranty, a
replacement recorder will be shipped with instructions for returning the defective unit.
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Determining the software version
Table 9-1 lists the procedure for identifying the software version number.
Table 9-1 Procedure for identifying the software version
Step
1
2
Operation
Select STATUS
Set Up Group
Read the software
version
Press
Action/Result
SET
UP
Until you see:
FUNC
Until you see:
Upper Display: READ
Lower Display: STATUS
Upper Display:
Lower Display:
(Software Version Number)
VERSION
Please give this number to the Customer Support
person. It will indicate which version of DR4500A you
have and help them determine a solution to your
problem.
Troubleshooting
The troubleshooting procedures are divided into two parts:
•
Self Diagnostics - Error Message Prompts, and
•
Visual Failure Symptoms.
If a “Failed” indication is given for one of the power-up tests and/or an error message prompt blinks in the
lower display, refer to the Self Diagnostic error message prompts.
If erratic operation is observed, refer to the Visual Failure symptoms.
In either case, run the status tests to verify the status of the recorder’s basic self-diagnostic tests.
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9.3 Self Diagnostics
Power-up tests
When the recorder is powered-up, four tests are run by the DR4500A software to ensure memory integrity.
•
As the tests are run, the displays appear as shown in Table 9-2.
Table 9-2 Power-up tests
Lower Display
Upper Display
RAM TEST
PASS or FAIL
CONFTEST (configuration checksum)
PASS or FAIL
CAL TEST (working calibration)
PASS or FAIL
BATTERY*
PASS or FAIL
*Battery test failure does not cause a failsafe.
Failsafe
•
If control is configured, and any test—except BATTERY—fails, “FAIL” appears momentarily in the
upper display, then a display test is run, after which the controller goes into manual mode and you will
see:
Upper Display: (PV value)
Lower Display: FAILSAFE (blinking)
Refer to “Device Status” (next page) to determine which tests have failed and how to correct them.
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will not display. CNFG ERR, CAL1 ERR, CAL2 ERR, or BATT LOW will display, whether
FAILSAFE does or not.
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Device status
When required, the results of the power-up tests can be checked to determine the reason the recorder has
gone to “Failsafe”.
The following procedure in Table 9-3 tells you how to display the results of the latest tests run. Table 9-4
lists the tests, the reason for the failure, and how to correct the problem.
Table 9-3 Procedure for displaying the device status
Step
1
Operation
Select STATUS
Set Up Group
Press
SET
UP
Action/Result
Until you see:
Upper Display: READ
Lower Display: STATUS
2
Read the status tests
results
FUNC
Until you see:
Upper Display:
NO or YES
(YES indicates a failure)
Lower Display:
FAILSAFE
• Successive presses of the FUNC key will display the
results of the tests (PASS or FAIL) in the following
order:
RAM TEST
CONFTEST
CAL TEST
FACT CRC
BATTERY
• Identify the problem from the error message and
correct the failure as shown under "Lower Display
Indication” in Table 9-4.
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Error message prompts
The messages listed in Table 9-4 may appear during the power-up test or status test, or they may blink in
the lower display as the result of ongoing background tests that verify data and memory integrity.
In the case of more than one simultaneous malfunction in the background tests, the failure messages will be
displayed in rotation.
Table 9-4 lists the error message, the test group that prompted the message, the reason for the failure, and
how to correct the problem.
Table 9-4 Error message prompts
Lower
Display
Indication
FAILSAFE
(Note 1)
(Note 2)
Test Group
Status or
Background
Reason for Failure
This error message shows whenever
the recorder goes into a failsafe
mode of operation. This will happen
if control is enabled and:
• a power-up test fails,
• a specific background test fails.
(Failsafe will be displayed in rotation
with other failure messages, except
BATTERY, only if control is
enabled.)
RAM TEST
(Note 1)
Power-up
RAM failure
How to Correct the Problem
23.Run through the “Device Status”
check (page 206) to determine the
reason for the failsafe indication.
24.Identify the other failure message in
the display and correct the problem
according to the recommendations
given in this table for that particular
error message.
25.Cycle power.
26.Check “Device Status” (page 206) to
see if error clears.
27.If error doesn’t clear, replace the
main printed circuit board.
CONFTEST
(Note 1)
Power-up
Configuration data is in error.
28.Check all the configuration prompts
for accuracy.
• See Section 3 - Configuration for
selections and limits.
29.Change any configuration item,
check “Device Status” to see if
CONFTEST = PASS, return
configuration item to original value.
• See Section 3 - Configuration for
instructions to change a
configuration item.
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Lower
Display
Indication
CNFG ERR
Test Group
Background
Reason for Failure
Configuration data is in error.
How to Correct the Problem
30.Check all the configuration prompts
for accuracy.
• See Section 3 - Configuration for
selections and limits.
31.Change any configuration item, then
return it to the original value.
• See Section 3 - Configuration for
instructions to change a
configuration item.
CAL TEST
(Note 1)
Power-up
The working calibration constants in
the recorder are in error.
32.Change to a different input type.
• See Section 3 – Configuration.
33.Check “Device Status” (page 206) to
see if FACT CRC = PASS.
• If PASS—return to original input
type.
• If FAIL—field calibrate. Refer to
Section 7 – Input Calibration.
CAL1 ERR
Background
Working CAL TEST failure (Control
1, Input 1, Input 2)
34.Change to a different input type.
• See Section 3 – Configuration.
35.Check “Device Status” (page 206) to
see if FACT CRC = PASS.
• If PASS—return to original input
type.
• If FAIL—field calibrate Control
Output #1, Input 1, or Input 2.
Refer to Section 7 – Input
Calibration and Section 8 –
Output Calibration.
CAL2 ERR
Background
Working CAL TEST failure (Control
2, Output)
36.Field calibrate Control Output 2.
• Refer to Section 8 – Output
Calibration.
FACT CRC
Check “Device
Status”
See page 206.
Factory-set input constants have
been changed due to the change in
input type.
37.Check background test error
message being displayed.
38.Recalibrate Input or Output.
• Refer to Section 7 – Input
Calibration or Section 8 – Output
Calibration.
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Lower
Display
Indication
EE FAIL
Test Group
Background
Reason for Failure
Unable to write to nonvolatile
memory. Any time you change a
parameter and it is not accepted,
you will see EE FAIL.
How to Correct the Problem
39.Check the accuracy of the parameter
and re-enter.
40.Try to change something in
configuration.
41.Call Customer Support
1-800-423-9883 USA and Canada.
IN1FAIL
IN2FAIL
Background
Two consecutive failures of input 1
integration (for example, cannot
make analog to digital conversion)
42.Be sure the range and actuation are
configured correctly.
43.Check the input source.
44.Recalibrate. Refer to Section 7 Input Calibration.
45.Replace the input card.
46.Call Customer Support
1-800-423-9883 USA and Canada.
BATTERY
Power-up or
Status
BATT LOW
Background
PV LIMIT
Background
Battery test failure.
47. Replace battery.
48.Call Customer Support
1-800-423-9883 USA and Canada
Process Variable is out of range.
±10% of range
49.Be sure pen input configuration is
correct.
50.Check the displayed PV value to see
if it is outside input limits.
51.Call Customer Support
1-800-423-9883 USA and Canada.
RV LIMIT
Background
The result of the formula shown
below is beyond the range of the
remote variable.
RV = INP2 X RATIO + BIAS
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1. Make sure the input signal is correct.
2. Make sure the ratio and bias settings
are correct.
3. Go to CONTROL prompt REMOTE
SOURCE and change REMOTE to
1LOCAL.
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Self Diagnostics
Lower
Display
Indication
IN1RNG
IN2RNG
Test Group
Background
Reason for Failure
Input out of range. The process input
is outside the range limits.
How to Correct the Problem
52.Make sure the range and actuation
are configured properly.
53.Check the input source.
54.Restore the factory calibration:
c) Disconnect the wiring from the
terminals on plug J2 on the input
board (see Figure 2-13). Place a
jumper across these terminals.
The controller should read room
temperature if it is configured for
a thermocouple input.
d) If it does not read room
temperature, see Section 3 Configuration and change the
IN1TYP prompt in the INPUT 1
group to another type of
thermocouple.
e) After the change, press FUNC
key, then the LOWR DISP key.
The controller should read the
correct room temperature. If it
does not, the unit has an input
failure.
f) Repeat step b. This time switch
the IN1TYP back to the originally
selected thermocouple.
g) Repeat step c. The controller is
restored with factory calibration.
h) Remove the jumper and
reconnect the thermocouple to
plug J2.
55.Field calibrate. See Section 7 – Input
Calibration.
56.Replace the input card.
57.Call Customer Support
1-800-423-9883 USA and Canada.
NOTE 1: Will appear in “STATUS” Set Up Group—See procedure for displaying the test results on page 206.
NOTE 2: Will also appear in rotation with other background test failure error messages.
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9.4 Visual Failure Symptoms
Introduction
In addition to the error message prompts, there are visual failure symptoms that can be identified by noting
the erratic recorder functions.
Symptoms
Compare your symptoms with those shown in Table 9-5 and refer to the troubleshooting procedure
indicated to correct the problem.
Table 9-5 Visual failure symptoms
Symptom
Troubleshooting
Procedure
Recorder will not operate
1
Recorder operation is normal but pen trace is incorrect
2
Chart rotates at wrong speed or will not rotate (pen indication correct)
3
Pen remains at high end of range when input signal is low
4
Pen does not move when input signal changes
5
A key does not respond and/or a display does not light
6
Displayed output does not agree with controller output
Current Proportional Output Type
Position Proportional Output Type
Single or Dual Relay Output Type
Duplex Current/Time or Time/Current Proportional Output Type
Auxiliary Output Type
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8
9
10
11
External Alarm Function does not operate properly
12
Modbus Communications Failure
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9.5 Troubleshooting Procedures
Introduction
The troubleshooting procedures for the Visual Failure Symptoms are listed in numerical order as they
appear in Table 9-5. Each procedure lists what to do if you have that particular failure and how to do it or
where to find the data needed to accomplish the task. Progressive steps provide aid in finding and fixing the
problem.
Equipment needed
You will need the following equipment in order to troubleshoot the symptoms listed in the tables that
follow:
•
DC Milliammeter – mAdc
•
Calibration sources – T/C, mV, Volt, etc.
•
Voltmeter
Table 9-6 Procedure #1—Troubleshooting recorder failure symptoms
Step
212
What to do
How to do it or where to find the data
1
Check the fuse on the main printed
circuit board.
Replace if defective.
2
Check the supply voltage.
Measure the line voltage across J10 on the Main
printed circuit board.
3
Check the connections to J10 on the
main printed circuit board.
Refer to subsection 2.6 - Input Wiring
Procedures, (Figure 2-12 AC Line Power Wiring).
4
Check the transformer leadwire
connections to the main printed circuit
board.
Refer to Figure 10-5 in Section 10 - Parts List.
5
Check the system for brown-outs, heavy
load switching, etc., and conformance to
installation instructions.
Refer to Section 2 - Installation.
6
Replace the transformer.
Disconnect the transformer lead wires from the
main printed circuit board. Replace the
transformer and tighten the screws. Connect the
lead wires to the main printed circuit board.
7
Call Technical Assistance Center.
1-800-423-9883 USA and Canada
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Table 9-7 Procedure #2—Troubleshooting pen trace failure symptoms
WARNING
Do not lubricate the plastic gears on the chart and pen motors.
Step
What to do
How to do it or where to find the data
1
Check the sensor for the proper type and
its ability to function.
Verify the input configuration data and operation
of the sensor.
2
Recalibrate the recorder.
Refer to Section 7 - Input Calibration. For
thermocouple input, be sure to confirm coldjunction temperature calibration.
3
Replace the servo plate assembly.
Refer to the instructions included with the
replacement part.
4
Call Technical Assistance Center.
1-800-423-9883 USA and Canada
Table 9-8 Procedure #3—Troubleshooting chart rotation failure symptoms
WARNING
Do not lubricate the plastic gears on the chart and pen motors.
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How to do it or where to find the data
1
Check the chart installation.
Be sure the drive pin on the hub is in the drive
hole on the chart.
2
Check the configured chart speed value
and change it, if required.
Refer to Section 3 - Configuration.
3
Check the motor cable plug connection
at connector J7 on the main printed
circuit board.
Visually examine the plug and reset it.
4
Replace the chart motor.
Refer to the instructions included with the
replacement part.
5
Call Technical Assistance Center.
1-800-423-9883 USA and Canada
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Table 9-9 Procedure #4—Troubleshooting erratic pen movement symptoms
WARNING
Do not lubricate the plastic gears on the chart and pen motors.
Step
What to do
How to do it or where to find the data
1
Check the sensor and lead wires for
continuity. Check the connections.
Replace the sensor lead wires as needed.
Tighten the connections.
2
Check the pen and input configuration
data.
Refer to Section 3 - Configuration.
3
Replace the servo plate assembly.
Refer to the instructions included with the
replacement part.
4
Call Technical Assistance Center.
1-800-423-9883 USA and Canada
Table 9-10 Procedure #5—Troubleshooting pen failure symptoms
WARNING
Do not lubricate the plastic gears on the chart and pen motors.
Step
What to do
How to do it or where to find the data
1
Check the sensor and lead wires for
continuity. Check the connections.
Replace the sensor lead wires as needed. Verify
and tighten the input connections.
2
Check the pen arm for secure
mechanical attachment to the servo
shaft.
Verify that the flat-head screw that attaches the
pen arm to the plastic servo gear on the servo
shaft is tight.
3
Check the servo cable plug connection
(J6) on the main printed circuit board.
Visually examine the plug and reseat it.
4
Replace the servo plate.
Refer to the instructions included with the
replacement part.
5
Call Technical Assistance Center.
1-800-423-9883 USA and Canada
Table 9-11 Procedure #6—Troubleshooting keyboard and/or display failure symptoms
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Step
What to do
How to do it or where to find the data
1
Run a Key Test to check the operation of
the keys and displays.
Refer to Section 5 - Operation for procedures on
running a key test.
2
Replace the membrane switch
(keyboard) and /or display printed circuit
board as required.
Refer to the instructions included with the
replacement part.
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Table 9-12 Procedure #7—Troubleshooting current proportional output failure symptoms
Step
What to do
How to do it or where to find the data
1
Be sure the recorder is configured for
current output.
Refer to Section 3 - Configuration. Make sure
OUT ALG selection = CURRENT.
2
Check the field wiring.
Refer to Section 2 - Installation.
3
Be sure all the recorder and control
related data is correct.
Refer to Section 3 - Configuration.
Check the tuning, algorithm, and control data.
4
Check the output.
Put the recorder into Manual Mode and
raise/lower the output manually from 0% to 100%
(4–20 mA). Use a milliammeter at connection J1
on the control output printed circuit board.
5
Recalibrate the current proportional
output.
Refer to Section 8 - Output Calibration.
6
Replace the control output printed circuit
board.
Refer to the instructions included with the
replacement part.
Table 9-13 Procedure #8—Troubleshooting position proportional output failure
symptoms
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How to do it or where to find the data
1
Be sure the recorder is configured for
position proportional output.
Refer to Section 3 - Configuration. Make sure
OUT ALG selection = POSITN.
2
Check the field wiring.
Refer to Section 2 - Installation.
3
Check the output.
Put the recorder into manual mode and adjust the
output manually to drive the motor from 0% to
100%.
4
Check whether the motor drives in both
directions. If it does, go to step 5. If the
motor drives in one direction only, check
the slidewire. If the motor does not drive
in either direction, check the motor.
Refer to Section 8 - Output Calibration for motor
slidewire calibration. Refer to the motor
instructions.
5
Check the output voltage to the slidewire.
Put the voltmeter across the slidewire terminals
at connector J2 on the control output printed
circuit board and check that the slidewire voltage
varies with the motor position.
6
Be sure that the output relays are
actuating properly. If they are not, check
the field wiring, then go to step 4. If they
are, go to step 7.
Put the recorder into manual mode and adjust the
output manually above and below the present
value. Listen for the click of the relays. One relay
should click when the output is adjusted higher,
and the other should click when the output is
adjusted lower than the present value. Observe
OUT 1 and 2 indicators on the front display.
7
Check the control relay jumper position.
Refer to Section 3 - Configuration.
8
Replace the control output printed circuit
board.
Refer to the instructions included with the
replacement part.
9
Recalibrate the position proportional
output.
Refer to Section 8 - Output Calibration.
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Table 9-14 Procedure #9—Troubleshooting relay output failure symptoms
Step
What to do
How to do it or where to find the data
1
Be sure the recorder is configured for
relay output.
Refer to Section 3 - Configuration. Make sure
OUT ALG selection = TIME.
2
Be sure all the recorder and control
related data is correct.
Refer to Section 3 - Configuration .
Check the Tuning, Algorithm, and Control data.
3
Check that the applicable output relay
actuates properly. If it does, go to step 4.
Put the recorder into manual mode and adjust the
output manually to raise or lower the PV around
the setpoint. Listen for the click of the relay as the
PV moves in either direction. Observe OUT 1 or 2
indicator on the front display.
4
Check the control relay jumper positions.
Refer to Section 3 - Configuration.
5
Check the field wiring.
Refer to Section 2 - Installation.
6
Replace the control output printed circuit
board.
Refer to the instructions included with the
replacement part.
Table 9-15 Procedure #10—Troubleshooting current/time or time/current failure
symptoms
Step
216
What to do
How to do it or where to find the data
1
Be sure the recorder is configured for
current time/time current output.
Refer to Section 3 - Configuration. Make sure
OUT ALG selection = TI CUR or CUR TI.
2
Be sure all the recorder and control
related data is correct.
Refer to Section 3 - Configuration.
Check the tuning, algorithm, and control data.
3
Check that the applicable output relay
actuates properly. If it does, go to step 4.
If it does not check the field wiring; then
go to step 5.
Put the recorder into manual mode and adjust the
output manually to raise or lower the PV around
the setpoint. Listen for the click of the relay as the
PV moves in either direction. Observe OUT 1 or 2
indicator on the front display.
4
Check the control relay jumper positions.
Refer to Section 3 - Configuration.
5
Check the current proportional output.
Put the recorder in manual mode and manually
adjust the output from 0 to 100% (4–20 mA). Use
a milliammeter across the terminals in connector
J1 on the control output printed circuit board to
verify the output.
6
Recalibrate the current output.
Refer to Section 8 - Output Calibration.
7
Replace the control output printed circuit
board.
Refer to the instructions included with the
replacement part.
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Table 9-16 Procedure #11—Troubleshooting the auxiliary output
Step
What to do
How to do it or where to find the data
1
Be sure the controller is configured for
Auxiliary Output.
Refer to Subsection 3.15 – Auxiliary Output Set
Up Group. Make sure AUX OUT is enabled and
the correct parameter is chosen. Check the High
and Low Scale values.
2
Check the field wiring.
Refer to Section 2 – Installation.
3
Check the output.
Use a milliammeter at connection J2 on the
Auxiliary Output printed circuit board to determine
the correct output based on your representation
of 4 mA and 20 mA.
4
Recalibrate the Auxiliary Output.
Refer to Subsection 8.4 – Auxiliary Output
Calibration.
5
Replace the Auxiliary Output printed
circuit board.
Refer to the instructions included with the
replacement part.
Table 9-17 Procedure #12—Troubleshooting external alarm function failure symptoms
Step
What to do
How to do it or where to find the data
1
Be sure all the alarm configuration data
is correct.
Refer to Section 3 - Configuration.
2
Check the applicable alarm relay jumper
position.
Refer to Section 3 - Configuration.
3
Check the field wiring.
Refer to Section 2 - Installation.
4
Check that the applicable alarm relay
actuates properly depending on ALARM
TYPE configuration selection.
Alarms can be triggered either by:
• reconfiguring the value of the trip points
(AnSnVAL), or
• connecting a signal generator to the input
and setting the generator level beyond the
trip-point values.
Table 9-18 Procedure #13—Troubleshooting Modbus communications failure symptoms
Step
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How to do it or where to find the data
1
Check the field wiring and termination
resistor.
Refer to Figure 2-21 in Section 2 – Installation in
this manual.
2
Make sure the Modbus Communications
board is properly installed in the
recorder.
Open the recorder door and chart plate, and
inspect the board. Refer to Figure 10-4 for
location of the board.
3
Run a Loopback test.
Refer to Modbus Communications manuals
51-52-25-66 and 51-52-25-69 for loopback
information.
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9.6 Pen Alignment
Mechanical alignment
CAUTION
Align pens mechanically as shown in Table 9-19 and then electrically as described in Table
9-20. Never attempt to manually force the pen arms from the front, since this will damage the
pen mechanism.
ATTENTION
Be sure the shipping sponge is installed on the pen tip whenever the recorder is moved or
stored.
Table 9-19 Pen 1 (purple) and Pen 2 (red) Mechanical Alignment
Step
1
Action
Refer to Figure 9-1.
ATTENTION: If you only have a one pen recorder, steps for pen 2 (red) do not apply.
2
Turn off power, open the door, and lift the pen lifter up.
3
Unclip and remove the purple and red ink cartridges from pen 1 and 2 arms to provide a better
view of tips of arms.
4
Push the No. 1 pen sector gear down so that its uppermost teeth mesh with teeth on the motor
shaft gear.
5
Push the No. 2 pen sector gear up until it is at the top of the slot in the servo plate.
6
For the 2 Pen Recorder:
Remove the screw and lockwasher holding the No. 1 pen arm to the servo shaft. Slightly
loosen the screw holding the No. 2 pen arm to the servo shaft.
For the 1 Pen Recorder:
Slightly loosen the screw holding the No. 1 pen arm to the servo shaft and skip to Step 8.
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7
Move the No. 2 pen arm so that its right tip aligns with the inside circumference of the inner
most circle in the center of the chart. Tighten the screw.
8
Replace the No. 1 pen arm, lockwasher, and screw, but leave the screw slightly loose.
9
Move the No. 1 pen arm so that its right tip aligns with the inside circumference of the inner
most circle in the center of the chart. Tighten screw.
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Figure 9-1 is a graphic view of the mechanical alignment of pens.
Push sector gear for
pen 1 (top pen) down
for zero setting
Push sector gear for pen 2 (bottom
pen) up for zero setting
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Figure 9-1 Mechanical Alignment of Pens
Electrical alignment
If the group prompt “LOCKOUT” has been configured for “CALIB” or “MAX” selection, you will not be
able to access PEN 1 or PEN 2 group prompt for electrical alignment. See Section 3 – Configuration to set
LOCKOUT to “NONE”.
ATTENTION
PEN 1 and PEN 2 must be aligned separately. However, the keystroke sequence is the same
for both pens, but the prompts change from PEN 1 to PEN 2. Be sure that the number of the
pen displayed in the prompt agrees with the number of the pen being aligned. If you only have
a one-pen recorder, the PEN 2 prompts do not apply.
Align the pens electrically as shown in Table 9-20.
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Table 9-20 Set the chart time line procedure
Step
Press
1
2
Action/Result
Open the door, apply power, and wait for the recorder to run its power up
tests.
SET
UP
Until you see:
Upper Display: ALIGN
Lower Display: PEN 1
3
FUNC
You will see:
Upper Display: ALIGN
Lower Display: PEN 10
The pen moves to an internal stop then backs away and stops.
▲ or ▼
To move the pen to the zero position on the chart (inner position of chart).
ATTENTION: You can position the pen over 100 steps. Those steps are
relative units only. Step 0.0 is the innermost position on the chart, and step
1200 is the highest circumference position.
4
FUNC
You will see:
Upper Display: ALIGN
Lower Display: PEN 100
The value adjusted in Step 3 is entered into memory.
▲ or ▼
5
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To raise or lower the value in the upper display (up to 1200) move the pen
to the highest chart range value (outer circumference printed on the chart).
Repeat steps 2 through 4 for pen 2 or press LOWR DISP key to return to
normal operation and enter the span value into memory.
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Overview
10. Parts List
10.1 Overview
Introduction
This section provides the replacement parts lists for the DR4500A Clasic Series Recorder. Most parts are
supplied on an optimum replacement unit basis; that is, part numbers are given for complete printed circuit
boards rather than for individual PCB components.
The figures that follow are exploded views of the DR4500A recorder. Each part is labeled with a key
number and the key numbers are listed in tables with associated part number.
Also included for your reference are an Internal Cabling drawing (Figure 10-5) and an Internal Wiring
Diagram (Figure 10-6) for options only.
When ordering parts, be sure to specify your recorder’s serial and model numbers (on nameplate) as well as
the part identification.
What’s in this section?
This section contains the following topics:
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Overview
10.2
Exploded Views
Figure 10-1
Figure 10-2
Figure 10-3
Figure 10-4
See Page
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Door assembly
Chart plate assembly
Basic recorder components without options
Recorder components associated with options
222
222
223
225
227
10.3
Miscellaneous Hardware Kit Contents
229
10.4
Figure 10-5
Internal Cabling Data
230
10.5
Figure 10-6
Internal Wiring Diagram – Options Only
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10.2 Exploded Views
Door assembly
Figure 10-1 is an exploded view of the Door Assembly. Table 10-1 is a list of the associated part numbers.
1 -1
1 -2
1
1 -3
1 -3 A
1 -2
1 -1
21452C
Figure 10-1 Door assembly
Table 10-1 Door assembly parts
Key
Part Number
1
(Note
3)
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-3A
NOTE 1:
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30754955-501
30754955-504
30754955-505
30754955-506
30754955-507
30754955-508
51452435-501
51452435-502
30756548-501
30756548-501
(K)30755980-001
(K)30755980-001
51309609-503
30755980-006
51452208-503
51404929-501
Description
Door Assembly
Blue with glass window and latch
Blue with acrylic window and latch
Gray with glass window and latch
Gray with acrylic window and latch
Black with glass window and latch
Black with acrylic window and latch
NEMA4X Door with Acrylic window
NEMA4X Door with Glass window
Stainless Steel Door with Glass window
Stainless Steel Door with Acrylic window
Hinge Pin (Note 1)
Retaining Ring (Note 1)
Latch/Lock Assembly Kit
Key kit for keyed latch or lock
NEMA4X Latch Kit
External Keypad Upgrade Kit (not shown)
Recommended
Spare Parts per
10
100
Quantity
per Unit
1
1
3
2
2
1
1
For Door 30754955-50X, (K) denotes that these parts are included in the miscellaneous hardware kit 30755980-001. For all other
doors, the parts are included with applicable door assembly.
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Chart plate
Figure 10-2 is an exploded view of the Chart Plate Assembly.
Table 10-2 is a list of the associated part numbers.
1
10
12
2
3
11
4
5
6
13
9
8
7
22097
Figure 10-2 Chart plate assembly
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Table 10-2 Chart plate assembly parts
Key
Part Number
Description
Recommended
Spare Parts per
10
100
Quantity
per Unit
1
(K)30755980-002
No. 2 pen arm (two pen model only)
1
5
1
2
(K)30755980-002
No. 1 pen arm
1
5
1
3
30754957-501
Membrane switch keypad
1
5
1
4
(K)30756150-001
Chart Hub Kit
1
3
2
5
30735489-007
No. 1 puple pen cartridge (six pack)
2
5
1
6
30735489-002
No. 2 red pen cartridge (six pack)
2
5
1
7
30756113-501
Chart motor (includes Chart Hub Kit)
1
3
1
8
30757571-501
Display PCB (includes key no. 9)
1
5
1
9
See above
Ribbon cable, display (included with key no. 8)
1
3
1
10
(K)30755980-002
11
30756114-501
Servo motor assembly
1
3
1
Servo plate assembly (includes key no. 11)
– 1 pen model
– 2 pen model
1
2
1
30754975-501
30754975-502
30754977-501
30754977-502
30754977-511
30754977-512
Chart plate
– 1 pen model
– 2 pen model
– 1 pen model—CE Mark
– 2 pen model—CE Mark
12
13
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Spring, tension
1
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Basic recorder components without options
Figure 10-3 is an exploded view of the basic recorder components.
Table 10-3 is a list of the associated part numbers.
2
7
1
6 4 5
3
4 4
21454
Figure 10-3 Basic recorder components without options
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Table 10-3 Basic recorder parts without options
Key
Part Number
Description
Recommended
Spare Parts per
10
100
Quantity
per Unit
1
30754982-502
Main Transformer
1
3
1
2
51309355-501
Main PCB
1
5
1
3
(K)30756141-003
4
See Note 2
3-position connector**
2
5
See Note 2
2-position connector**
1
6
(K)30755980-005
Fuse (Wilkman 19374-041K 500 ohm or equal)**
1
7
30754924-502
51452182-502
Case
Case NEMA 4
1
Input PCB (input 1 or 2)
1/3
PARTS NOT SHOWN
See Note 2
Card guides for Input PCBs**
2
51197612-502
Ferrite Filter - Package of 2 (CE Mark)
1
51197755-001
Capacitor Kit (.01mfd) - 12 per kit (CE Mark)
30755232-502
0-10 Vdc Input Divider (input PCBs)
*
30756461-002
250 ohm Resistor Assembly
*
(K)30755065-501
(K)30755065-502
(K)30755065-503
Mounting Kit (standard)
Mounting Kit (Heavy Duty)
Mounting Kit (NEMA4X)
1
(K)30755134-002
Gray Universal Filler Plate Kit
*
(K)30755011-001
Filler Panel Kit (for replacing Servoline recorder)
*
(K)30757205-008
Kit to Upgrade/Add Totalization to Inputs #1 and #2 for Classic Recorder
*
Panel Mounting Gasket Kit
1
51197657-502
NOTE 2: These parts are included with applicable PCB kits, as required.
* As required
** These parts are also included in the miscellaneous hardware kit 30755980-003
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Exploded Views
Additional recorder components associated with options
Figure 10-4 is an exploded view of the recorder components associated with options.
Table 10-4 is a list of the associated part numbers.
8
1
5
4
1
9 10
3
2
6
7
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Figure 10-4 Recorder components associated with options
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Exploded Views
Table 10-4 Recorder parts associated with options
Key
1
Part Number
Description
30754922-501
30754922-502
Control Output #1 or #2 PCB
For FM Approved Output PCB
30755306-501
30755306-601
Control Output Relay – 1 relay
Control Output Relay – 5 relays
Recommended
Spare Parts per
10
100
1
5
Quantity
per Unit
1
2
(K)30756140-001
3
30755119-501
Ribbon cable (34-conductor) See Note 3
4
30755127-502
Light accessory kit
1
5
(K)30749598-501
Kit of 5 Bulbs (General Instruments 1828 or
equivalent)
1
6
30732192-502
7
(K)30756141-003
Input PCBs (optional second input)
8
(K)30755980-004
Battery (Duracell DL2450 or equivalent)
Original Main board (w/o Daughterboard)
9
(See
Note
4)
10
Alarm output/digital input PCB kit
Spacer
1
1
3
1
51404561-502
RS485 Comms only
51404561-503
RS485 Comms + 4/ 20 mA Aux Output
1
4
5
1/2
1
3
1
1
5
1
1
3
0/1
Current Main board (with Daughterboard)
51404561-504
RS485 Comms only
51404561-505
RS485 Comms + 4/ 20 mA Aux Output
30754919-501
Mother board
PARTS NOT SHOWN
(K)30757301-001
Configuration Lockout Hardware
1
NOTE 3: Part included with alarm output/digital input PCB kit 30756140-001.
*Includes connectors and standoffs as required.
Note 4: Processor Board change occurred approximately September 2009. See Diagram below for daughter board.
Main board with
Daughter board
Daughter board
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10.3 Miscellaneous Hardware Kit Contents
Kit contents
Table 10-5 lists the kit contents of miscellaneous hardware kit — part number 30755980-TAB.
Table 10-5 Miscellaneous hardware kit
Quantity
Part Description
Tab
001
Tab
002
Pen lifter/retainer
1
Screw 10-32, 3/4” lg.
5
O-ring
5
Spring, tension
2
Hinge pin
2
Retaining ring
2
Pen arm #1 (classic)
1
Pen arm #2 (classic)
1
Latch without lock
1
Latch pin
1
Latch gasket
1
Tab
003
Card guide
2
4-position connector
2
3-position connector
2
3-position connector—CE Mark
2
2-position connector
2
Tab
004
Fuse 0.5 A, 250 V
Batteries 3.0 V Lithium Button Cell
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005
Tab
006
20
5
Key for latch or lock
1
Key for Heavy Duty Door/Keyed latch
1
Noise Suppression Kit 120VAC
51404594-501
Noise Suppression Kit 220VAC
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Internal Cabling Data – Without Options
10.4 Internal Cabling Data – Without Options
View of internal cabling
Figure 10-5 is a view of the internal cabling for the DR4500A Classic Series Recorder.
9 position keyboard cable
2 wires (black)
Pen 1
Motor
J2 30755064-001, 20 conductor ribbon cable
Display
board
J3
Chassis ground
Pen 2
Motor
4 conductor cable
4 conductor cable
4 conductor cable
Pen #1 drive
Pen #2 drive
Chart motor
Chart drive
Chart Plate
Light
option
2 wire pair
1
1
J4 J5
1
J6
1
J7
Main
board
J3
J8
J13
J1 1
1
34 cond.
ribbon cable
30755119-001
Alarm/digital
inputs J2
J8
J1
J12
J14
Mother board
1
1
1
J15
J3
J1
1
J2
J16
1
2 wire
gray pair
2 wire
purple pair
2 wire
black pair
7 cond.
cable
4 cond.
cable
Chassis
ground
Main transformer
First
input
1
1
J3
J1
Second
input
2 wire
orange
pair
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Figure 10-5 Internal cabling for DR4500A Classic recorder
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10.5 Internal Wiring Diagram – Options Only
View of internal option wiring
Figure 10-6 is a view of the internal wiring diagram—options only for the DR4500A Classic Recorder.
9 position keyboard cable
TABLE 1
No.
of
Cond.
T1
Leads
Pen 1 Motor
J3
Display
board
BRN.
2
Control Output #1
J4
ORG.
2
Control Output #2
J4
Auxiliary Output
J4
Pen 2
Motor
PURPLE
2
GRN. WHT.
BLK. RED
4
Modbus RS485
Communications
No
Connection
Auxiliary Output/
Modbus RS485
Communications
J4
Processor Card
J2
Main transformer
Female Conn.
GRN, WHT,
BLK, RED.
2 wire pair
Processor
card
Test
Auxiliary Output or
Communication
Control Output 2
Control Output 1
T1
(See Table 1 for
connections)
Female
Conn.
Chart Plate
GRN. WHT.
BLK. RED
Male
Conn.
2 wire light
Dual Connector
Chart motor
Light
option
Conn.
Designation on
Destinaton Bd.
Destination
(Board)
J13
J1 1
J8 1
34 cond.
ribbon cable
Alarm/digital
inputs J2
J12
1 J2
22819
Mother board
Ground
4 cond.
cable
2 wire
gray pair
Main transformer
Figure 10-6 Internal diagram for DR4500A Classic recorder – options only
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SIKKERHESKRAV
DA2I-6057
For at undgå elektrisk stød med mulighed for personskade, skal alle
sikkerhedsbestemmelser i denne manual følges nøje.
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Dette symbol advarer brugeren om en potentiel berøringsfare, såfremt der kan være
adgang til den livsfarlige netspænding.
Beskyttende jordterminal. Terminalen er forberedt for og skal forbindes til beskyttelsesjordledning i henhold til stærkstrømsberkendtgørelsen (DK).
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Hvis udstyret ikke bruges som specificeret i manualen, kan den beskyttelse udstyret yder blive nedsat eller
forsvinde.
Eerstat kun komponenter som udtrykkeligt er specificeret som udskiftelige i manualen.
Alle ledningsforbindelser skal følge stærkstrømsberkendtgørelsen (DK) og udføres af autoriseret erfarent
personel.
Den beskyttende jordterminal skal forbindes først af alle forbindelser (og fjernes som den sidste).
Det anbefales jvf. stærkstrømsberkendtgørelsen, at der installeres en afbryder til frosyningsspændingen nær
udstyret.
UDSTYRS SPECIFIKATIONER
Strømforsyning
Frekvens
Nominel effekt
102 til 132 Vac - 204 til 264 Vac
49 til 51 Hz - 59 til 61 Hz
9 watts max.
OMGIVELSES SPECIFIKATIONER
Placer ikke udstyret i nærheden af brandbare væsker eller dampe.
Temperatur
Rumtemperatur : 15 til 55°C
Fugtighed
10 til 90% RH
Vibration
0 til 70 Hz
acceleration 0.1 g
UDSTYRS INSTALLATION
Skriveren skal monteres i en tavle for at forhindre adgang til bagterminaler.
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VEILIGHEIDSVEREISTEN
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Ter vermindering van het gevaar van elektrische schokken die lichamelijk letsel kunnen
veroorzaken, dient u alle veiligheidsaanwijzingen in dit dokument te volgen.
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Dit symbool waarschuwt de gebruiker voor een potentieel schokgevaar wanneer
toegang bestaat tot onderdelen die onder gevaarlijke spanning staan.
Beschermende aarde-aansluiting. Bestemd voor aansluiting van de aardingsdraad van de
voeding.
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Indien de apparatuur wordt gebruikt anders dan door de fabrikant gespecificeerd, kan de bescherming, die de
apparatuur biedt ongedaan worden gemaakt.
Alleen die onderdelen mogen worden vervangen die door de fabrikant als uitwisselbaar zijn aangemerkt.
Alle bedrading moet in overeenstemming zijn met de lokale elektriciteiseisen en moet aangelegd worden door
geauthoriseerd, ervaren personeel.
De aardingsdraad moet worden aangesloten vóórdat alle andere bedrading wordt aangesloten (en als laatste
worden verbroken).
Het verdient aanbeveling een netschakelaar aan te brengen vlakbij het instrument.
APPARATUUR VOORWAARDEN
Voedingsspanning
102 tot 132 Vac - 204 to 264 Vac
Frequentie
49 tot 51 Hz - 59 tot 61
Vermogen of
stroomvermogen
9 watts max.
OMGEVINGSCONDITIES
Gebruik het instrument niet in de aanwezigheid van ontvlambare vloeistoffen of dampen. Het gebruik van
elk elektrisch instrument in een dergelijke omgeving vormt een gevaar voor uw veiligheid.
Temperatuur
In bedrijf : 15 tot 55°C
Vochtigheid
10 tot 90% RH
Trilling
0 tot 70 Hz
versnelling 0.1 g
MONTAGE VAN DE APPARATUUR
De recorder moet worden gemonteerd in een paneel om de toegankelijkheid tot de achterste aansluitpunten
te beperken.
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Noudata tämän ohjeen kaikkia turvaohjeita välttääksesi sähkötapaturman vaaraa.
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Tämä merkki varoittaa käyttäjää sähköiskun vaarasta paikassa, missä voi koskettaa
vaarallisia jännitteitä.
Suojamaaliitin. Kytke maadoitsjohdin tähän liittimeen.
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Jos laitetta käytetään olosuhteissa, joihin sitä ei ole suunniteltu, käyttöturvallisuus voi heikentyä.
Älä vaihda mitään komponettia tai osaa, jota valmistaja ei ole määritellyt käyttäjän vaihdettavaksi.
Asennus ja johdotus on tehtävä paikallisten varmuusmääräysten mukaisesti valtuutetun sähköasentajan
toimesta.
Ensimmäiseksi on kytkettävä suojamaa-liitin (ja viimeiseksi irroittettava).
Laitteen läheisyyteen suositellaan asennettavaksi verkkokytkin.
LAITTEEN VAATIMUKSET
Syöttöjännite
Taajuus
102 - 132 Vac / 204 - 264 Vac
49 - 51 Hz / 59 - 61 Hz
Teho
9 watts
KÄYTTÖOLOSUHTEET
Älä käytä laitetta paikassa jossa on syttyviä nesteitä tai kaasuja, koska laitteen käyttö aiheuttaa
räjähdysvaaran.
Lämpötila
ympäröivä : 15 ... 55°C
Kosteus
10 ... 90% RH
Tärinä
0 ... 70 Hz
Kiihtyvyys 0.1 g
LAITTEEN ASENNUS
Piirturi on asennettava paneeliin siten, että peräliitimille jää riittävästi tilaa.
CONSIGNES DE SECURITE
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Pour réduire tout risque de décharge électrique qui pourrait provoquer une lésion
corporelle, respectez toutes les consignes de sécurité de cette documentation.
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Ce symbole avertit l'utilisateur d'un risque électrique potentiel lorsqu'il peut avoir accès
à des éléments sous tension.
Borne de mise à la terre. Destinée au raccordement du conducteur de mise à la terre de
l'alimentation.
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Si l'équipement est utilisé dans un but non spécifié par le constructeur, la protection fournie avec cet équipement
peut être affectée.
Aucun composant (ou pièce) ne doit être remplacé s'il n'est pas explicitement spécifié comme tel par le
constructeur.
Tous les câblages doivent être conformes aux normes locales et doivent être réalisés par un personnel autorisé et
expérimenté.
La borne de masse doit être raccordée avant tout autre câblage (et débranchée en dernier).
Il est obligatoire de connecter cet appareil sur une ligne possédant un moyen de coupure près de l'appareil.
CARACTERISTIQUES DE L'EQUIPEMENT
Tension
d'alimentation
102 à 132 Vac ou 204 à 264 Vca
Fréquence
49 à 51 – 59 à 61 Hz
Puissance ou
courant
9 watts max.
CONDITIONS AMBIANTES
Ne jamais utiliser cet équipement en présence de liquides ou vapeurs inflammables.
L'utilisation de tout instrument électrique dans un tel environnement pourrait présenter un risque pour la
sécurité.
Température
Ambiante : 15 à 55°C
Humidité
10 à 90 % HR
Vibration
Fréquence : 0 à 70 Hz
Accélération 0.1 g
INSTALLATION DE L'EQUIPEMENT
Cet appareil doit être monté dans un panneau pour limiter l'accès aux bornes arrières par l'opérateur.
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SICHERHEITSHINWEISE
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Befolgen Sie alle Sicherheitshinweise in diesen Unterlagen, um das Risiko eines
Stromschlags zu verringern, der zu Körperverletzung führen kann.
Dieses Symbol warnt den Benutzer vor eventueller Berührungsgefahr, wo
lebensgefährliche Spannungen zugänglich sein können.
Schützende Erdung. Für den Anschluß der schützenden Erdung der
Versorgungssystemleitung.
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Bei Benutzung der Ausrüstungen auf nicht vom Hersteller angegebene Art und Weise kann der von der
Ausrüstung gewährleistete Schutz beeinträchtigt werden.
Ersetzen Sie keine Komponente (oder Teil), die/das nicht ausdrücklich vom Lieferanten als ersetzbar angegeben
ist.
Die gesamte Verkabelung muß den örtlichen Normen entsprechen und von zugelassenem, erfahrenem Personal
durchgeführt werden.
Die Erde muß vor allen anderen Kabeln angeschlossen (und zuletzt abgeklemmt) werden.
In der Nähe der Ausrüstung muß ein Schalter in der Hauptstromversorgung vorhanden sein.
AUSRÜSTUNGSDATEN
Netzspannung
102 bis 132 Vac oder 204 bis 264 Vac
Frequenz
49 - 51 Hz / 59 – 60 Hz
Nennleistung
9 watts max.
UMGEBUNGSBEDINGUNGEN
Betreiben Sie das Gerät nicht in Gegenwart entflammbarer Flüssigkeiten oder Dämpfe. Der Betrieb
elektrischer Geräte in solchen Umgebungen stellt ein Sicherheitsrisiko dar.
Temperatur
Umgebung : 15 bis 55°C
Feuchtigkeit
10 bis 90% RH
Vibration
0 bis 70 Hz
Beschleunigung 0.1 g
ANBRINGUNG DER AUSRÜSTUNGEN
Der Regler muß in ein Pult eingebaut sein, damit der Bediener nicht zu oft auf die hinteren Anschlüsse
zugreifen muß.
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NORME DI SICUREZZA
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Per ridurre i rischi di scariche elettriche che potrebbero causare alle persone, seguire
tutte le precauzioni circa la sicurezza indicate in questa documentazione.
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Questo simbolo avverte del pericolo di scossa elettrica nelle aree in cui sono accessibili
conduttori sotto tensione.
Terminale di protezione verso terra. Previsto per il collegamento del conduttore di
protezione verso terra del sistema di alimentazione.
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Se lo strumento viene utilizzato in modo diverso dalla specifica del costruttore, la protezione fornita dallo
strumento puó essere diversa.
Non sostituire alcun componente (o parte) non specificato esplicitamente come ricambio dal vostro fornitore.
Tutti i cablaggi devono essere in accordo con i regolamenti locali e devono essere eseguiti da personale esperto
ed autorizzato.
Il terminale di massa deve essere collegato prima di ogni altro filo (e scollegato per ultimo).
E necessario che sia presente un interruttore nell’alimentazione principale accanto all’apparecchio.
ALIMENTAZIONE APPARECCHIATURA
Tensione di
alimentazione
Da 102 a 132 Vac ó da 204 a 264 Vac
Frequenza
49 - 51 Hz / 59 - 61 Hz
Potenza o corrente
9 watts max.
CONDIZIONI AMBIENTALI
Non far funzionare l’apparecchio in presenza di liquidi o gas infiammabili, in quanto questo potrebbe
essere estremamente pericoloso.
Temperatura
Ambiente : da 15 a 55°C
Umidità relativa
Da 10 a 90% UR
Vibrazioni
Da 0 a 70 Hz
accelerazione 0.1 g
INSTALLAZIONE DELL’APPARECCHIO
Il apparecchio deve essere montato su un pannello per limitare l’accesso ai terminali posteriori.
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SIKKERHETSKRAV
NO2I-6057
Følg alle retningslinjene i dette dokumentet, slik at du reduserer risikoen for
elektrisk støt og mulige personskader.
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Dette symbolet advarer brukeren om tilgjengelige terminaler med farlige
spenninger og en potensiell fare for elektrisk støt.
Jordingsterminal. kabelen for jording av systemet skal tilknyttes til denne
terminalen.
• Dersom utstyret benyttes på en måte annerledes enn spesifisert av produsent, kan utstyrets beskyttelsesgrad
forringes.
• Ingen komponenter eller deler skal skiftes ut dersom de ikke er uttrykkelig spesifisert som utskiftbare av din
forhandler.
• Det er påkrevet med en hovedstrømsbryter i nærheten av utstyret.
• All kabling må utføres i henhold til gjeldende forskrifter og installeres av autoriser og erfaren installatør.
• Jord må tilknyttes før all annen kabling (og frakobles sist).
UTSTYRSPESIFIKASJONER
Strømtilførsel
102 til 132 Vac - 204 til 264 Vac
Nettfrekvens
49 - 51 Hz / 59 – 61 Hz
Kraftforbruk
9 watts max.
OMGIVELSER
Instrumentet må ikke opereres i nærheten av lettantennelige væsker eller gasser. Bruk av elektriske
instrumenter i slike omgivelser utgjør en sikkerhetsrisiko.
Temperatur
omgivelse : 15 til 55°C
Fuktighet
10 til 90% HR
Vibrasjon
0 til 70 Hz
akselerasjon 0.1 g
UTSTYRSINSTALLASJON
Pass på å montere panelene på regulatoren, slik at berøring av terminalene
på baksiden forhindres.
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INSTRUÇÕES DE SEGURANÇA
PO2I-6057
Para reduzir o risco de choque eléctrico que pode causar danos corporais, seguir todas
as normas de segurança contidas nesta documentação.
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Este símbolo avisa o utilizador sobre um eventual perigo de choque quando são
acessíveis voltagens sob tensão perigosas.
Terminal de protecção de terra. Fornecido para ligação do condutor do sistema da
protecção de terra.
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Se este equipamento for usado de modo não especificado pelo fabricante, a protecção fornecida pelo
equipamento pode não ser adequada.
Não se deve substituir qualquer componente (ou peça) que não seja explicitamente especificado como
substituível pelo nosso revendedor.
Toda a cablagem deve estar de acordo com os códigos eléctricos locais e deve ser realizada por pessoal
experiente devidamente autorizado.
O terminal de terra deve ser ligado antes de ser feita qualquer outra cabelagem (e desligado em último lugar).
Recomenda-se um comutador na fonte de alimentação principal próximo do equipamento.
ESPECIFICAÇÕES DO EQUIPAMENTO
Voltagem
Frequência
Potência ou
consumo de
corrente
102 a 132 Vac - 204 a 264 Vac
49 – 61 Hz / 59 - 61 Hz
9 Watts max.
CONDIÇÕES AMBIENTAIS
Não operar o instrumento na presença de líquidos ou vapores inflamáveis. A operação de qualquer
instrumento eléctrico em tal ambiente constitui um perigo para a segurança.
Temperatura
Ambiente : 15 a 55°C
Humidade
10 a 90% RH
Vibração
0 a 70 Hz
aceleração 0.1 g
INSTALAÇÃO DO EQUIPAMENTO
O Registrador deve ser montado num painel para limitar o acesso do operador aos terminais traseiros.
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NORMAS DE SEGURIDAD
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Para reducir el riesgo de choque eléctrico el cual podría causar lesiones personales,
seguir todas las indicaciones de este documento.
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Este símbolo previene al usuario de un riesgo potencial de descarga cuando se puede
acceder a corrientes de tensión peligrosas.
Terminal de tierra de protección. Proporcionado para la conexión de la tierra de
protección del conductor del sistema de alimentación.
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Si el equipo es utilizado de forma no especificada por el fabricante, la protección suministrada con el mismo
podría resultar dañada.
No reemplazar ningún componente (o parte) no explicitamente especificado por el suministrador.
Todo el cableado debe realizarse de acuerdo con las normas eléctricas locales y debe ser realizado por personal
experimentado.
El terminal de tierra debe ser conectado antes que cualquier otro cable y desconectado el último.
Se recomienda la instalación de un interruptor de la alimentación principal, cerca del equipo.
DATOS ELECTRICOS DEL EQUIPO
Tensión de
alimentación
102 a 132 Vac - 204 a 264 Vac
Frecuencia
49 - 51 Hz / 59 – 61 Hz
Potencia o
corriente
9 watts max.
CONDICIONES AMBIENTALES
No operar con el instrumento en presencia de liquidos o gases inflamables. La operación de cualquier
equipo eléctrico en tal ambiente constituye un riesgo contra la seguridad.
Temperatura
Ambiente : 15 a 55°C
Humedad
10 a 90% RH
Vibración
0 a 70 Hz
acceleración 0.1 g
INSTALACION DEL EQUIPO
Este equipo debe ser montado en un panel para limitar al operador el acceso a los terminales traseros.
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SÄKERHETSFÖRESKRIFTER
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För att reducera riskerna av elektriska chocker som kan orsaka personskador, följ alla
säkerhetsföreskrifter i denna dokumentation.
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Denna symbol varnar användaren för risk för elchock vid tillfällig åtkomst av
spänningsförande del.
Anslutning av skyddsjord. Avsedd för anslutning av elsysternets skyddsjordsledare.
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Om utrustningen används på ett sådant sätt, att det inte innefattas av tillverkarens specifikation, kan de inbyggda
säkerhetsfunktionerna äventyras.
Ersätt aldrig någon komponent (eller del) som inte är specificerad som ersättningsbar av tillverkaren.
All ledningsdragning måste utföras i enlighet med lokala bestämmelser och skall utföras av behörig personal
med erfarenhet av sådant arbete.
Skyddsjordsanslutningen skall anslutas före alla andra anslutningar (och losskopplas sist).
En strömbrytare för näströmmen rekommenderas.
STRÖMFÖRSÖRJNING
Spänning
102 a 132 Vac - 204 a 264 Vac
Frekvens
49 - 51 Hz / 59 – 61 Hz
Effekt eller
märkström
9 watts max.
OMGIVNINGSVILLKOR
Använd ej instrumentet i närhet av brännbara vätskor eller gaser. Användandet av instrumentet i
miljö är en direkt säkerhetsrisk.
Temperatur
Omgivande : 15 till 55°C
Fuktighet
10 till 90% RH
Vibration
0 till 70 Hz
sådant
acceleration 0.1 g
INSTALLATION
Instrumentet skall monteras i en panel eller i en låda för att undvika att personalen kommer i beröring med
bakre inkopplingsplintar.
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0
0-10 Volt dc inputs, 37
0–10 Volt inputs, 190
4
4-20 mA auxiliary output wiring, 52
4-20 mA control output wiring, 39
4-20 mA input wiring, 35
4–20 mA inputs, 191
A
AC line power, 30
Accutune II, 141
Alarm hysteresis, 73, 110
Alarm messages, 129
Alarm outputs, 45
Alarm setpoints, 144
Alarms group definitions, 109
Atmospheric pressure compensation, 76, 114
Automatic calibration mode, 199
Automatic local mode, 131
Automatic mode
Return to, 132, 162
Selecting, 131
Automatic remote mode, 131
Automatic switchover, 93
Automatic switchover value, 67, 94
Auxiliary Output, 73, 74
B
Basic recorder components without options, 227
Battery test failure, 211
Baud rate, 75
Bias, 95
Bias for remote setpoint, 67
Burnout, 63
Burnout protection, 87
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C
Calibration procedure, 192
Calibration set up, 184
0-10 Volt inputs, 190
4-20 mA inputs, 191
Millivolts and Volts inputs (except 0-10 Volts), 189
RTD inputs, 188
Thermocouple inputs using a compensated calibrator
method, 186
Thermocouple inputs using an ice bath, 185
Thermocouple inputs using the ambient temperature
method, 187
CE Conformity (Europe), 1
CE Conformity special conditions, 7
CE conformity special conditions (Europe), 27
Chart high range value, 88
Chart lamp, 149
Replacing, 149
Chart low range value, 88
Chart plate assembly parts, 225
Chart speed selection, 65
Chart time line, 120
CHN indicator, 130
Circuit-breaker, 30
Communications station address, 75, 113
Condensed specifications, 8
Configuration procedure, 60
Configuration prompts, 56
Configuration tips, 59
Control algorithm, 68, 98
Control output direction, 67, 96
Controller dropoff value, 67, 96
Current proportional output calibration, 196, 201
Current simplex, 100
Current/relay duplex, 100
Current/time duplex range, 68
Customer support, 205
Cycle time (heat), 104
Cycle time 2 (cool), 104
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D
Deadband, 68, 96
Decimal point location, 62, 84
Deviation, 114
Deviation bargraph, 126
Deviation recording action, 76
Deviation setpoint value, 76, 114
Device status, 208
Diagnostic error messages, 128
Diagnostic tests, 120
Digital inputs, 45
Dimensions, 16
Direct acting control, 96
Display test, 121
Displaying totalizer value, 147
Displays, 3
Gain, 103
Gain 2, 104
Gain units, 68
Grid line contrast, 122
H
Hardware kit contents, 231
Heavy Duty door mounting, 22
High output limit, 67, 96
High range value, 63, 86
High setpoint limit, 67
Hours per revolution, 90
Hysteresis, 68, 96, 110
E
Electrical alignment, 221
Electrical noise, 27
Emissivity, 63
Engineering units, 84
Error message
BATT LOW. See
BATTERY, 211
CAL TEST, 210
CAL1 ERR, 210
CAL2 ERR, 210
CONFTEST, 209
EE FAIL, 211
FACT CRC, 210
FAILSAFE, 209
INxFAIL, 211
PV LIMIT, 211
RAM TEST, 209
RV LIMIT, 211
Error message prompts, 209
Error messages, 128
Event pen function, 148
Event pen operation, 148
I
Ice bath, 182
Indicators, 3
Input 1 actuation type, 62
Input actuation type, 85
Input compensation, 63, 87
Input out of range, 212
Input terminals, 181
Inputs
0–5 Vdc, 33
Radiamatic, mV, 33
RTD, 33
Thermocouple, 33
Installation
Operating limits, 8
Preinstallation information, 7
Installing chart, 150
Internal cabling, 232
J
Jumper positions, 183
K
F
Factory calibration, 178
Failsafe, 207
Failsafe output value, 68
Failure symptoms, 205
Ferrite filter locations (CE Mark), 29
Field wiring, 180
Filter, 63, 87
246
G
Key test, 121
Knockout locations, 17
L
Local setpoint, 133
Local setpoint, 94
Lockout, 77, 116
Low flow cutoff selection, 63
Low output limit, 67, 96
Low range value, 63, 87
Low setpoint limit, 67
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Maintenance, 149
Manual calibration mode, 199
Manual mode, 131
Adjusting output, 132, 133, 161, 162
Selecting, 132
Manual reset, 103
Minutes per repeat, 98
Monitoring your recorder, 123
Motor traverse time, 199
Mounting
Overall dimensions, 16
Mounting methods, 17
2-inch pipe, 24
Flush in panel, 18, 20
Flush in panel, 21
Heavy Duty door, 22
Surface, 25
O
ON/OFF algorithm, 98
Operating limits, 8
Operating modes, 131
Operating parameters, 127
Operator functions, 130
Operator interface, 3, 123
Output algorithm, 68, 100
Output wiring for alarms 3 and 4, 47
Output wiring for alarms 5 and 6, 48
P
Parts lists, 223
PD with manual reset, 99
Pen Set Up group, 64
Pen tip, 149
Physical considerations, 16
PID A, 99
PID B, 99
PID sets, 140
Pipe mounting, 24
Position proportional control output wiring, 41
Position proportional output calibration, 198
Position proportional simplex, 100
Power supply mains, 30
Power up controller mode recall, 67, 95
Power up diagnostic tests, 120
Power-up tests, 207
Prompt hierarchy, 56
Proportional band, 103
Proportional band 2, 104
Proportional band units, 97
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Radiamatic, millivolts, and volts inputs (except 0–10 Volts),
189
Ramp/soak program, 106
Rate 2, 104
Rate action, 103
Rate of integration, 66, 92
Ratio, 94
Ratio for remote setpoint, 67
Recorder components associated with options, 229
RECYCL parameter, 163
Rejection frequency, 73, 76, 114
Relative humidity, 76, 114
Relay control output wiring, 43
Relay duplex, 100
Relay/current duplex, 101
Remote setpoint, 94
Remote switching, 145
Repeats per minute, 98
Replace the chart, 118
Replacing chart, 150
Reset, 103
Reset 2, 104
Reset units, 68, 98
Resetting totalizer value, 146
Resistance equivalent, 180
Restoring factory calibration, 178
Reverse acting control, 96
RS485 Modbus communications wiring, 50
RSP, 134
RTD inputs, 188
S
Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment, 27
Self diagnostics, 205
Setpoint high limit, 95
Setpoint low limit, 96
Setpoint Program
Data entry, 161
event setup, 170
overview, 151
ramp setup, 163
run/monitor functions, 174
segment setup, 165, 167
Setpoint ramp, 105
Configuring, 135
Running, 136
Setpoint ramp final setpoint, 106
Setpoint ramp time, 106
Setpoint selection indication, 134
Setpoint source, 67, 94, 133
Setpoint tracking, 67, 95
Set-up tasks, 5
Shield wiring, 29
Single setpoint ramp, 105, 135
SOKDEV parameter, 163
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SPPROG parameter, 163
Start up, 122
Stylus, 122
Support and Contact Information, iv
Suppression filters, 29
Switchover value, 138
T
Telephone and Email Contacts, iv
Temperature units, 62, 84
Thermocouple inputs using a compensated calibrator
method, 186
Thermocouple inputs using an ice bath, 185
Thermocouple inputs using the ambient temperature
method, 187
Totalizer, 66
Totalizer group definitions, 91
Totalizer reset, 66, 67
Totalizer scale factor, 66
Totalizer value, 146
Displaying, 147
Resetting, 146
Trace line contrast, 122
Transmitter characterization, 63, 86
Troubleshooting procedures, 214
Ttransmitter power, 35
Tuning constants, 138
Tuning group prompt definitions, 102
Tuning messages, 129
Tuning parameter sets, 67, 93
Two local setpoints, 94
Two sets of tuning constants, 138
W
Wire bundling, 28
Wiring
0-10 Vdc inputs, 37
0-5 Vdc inputs, 33
4-20 mA auxiliary output, 52
4-20 mA control output, 39
4-20 mA inputs. See
AC line power. See
Electrical noise precautions, 27
mV inputs, 33
Position proportional control output, 41
Radiamatic inputs, 33
Relay control output, 43
RS485 Modbus communications, 50
RTD inputs, 33
Shields, 29
Thermocouple inputs, 33
Transmitter power. See
Wire bundling, 28
Wiring the recorder, 29
Wiring for PV inputs, 184
0-10 Volt inputs, 190
4-20 mA inputs, 191
Millivolts and Volts inputs (except 0-10 Volts), 189
RTD inputs, 188
Thermocouple inputs using a compensated calibrator
method, 186
Thermocouple inputs using an ice bath, 185
Thermocouple inputs using the ambient temperature
method, 187
V
Visual failure symptoms, 205, 213
Voltage equivalent, 180
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Sales and Service
For application assistance, current specifications, pricing, or name of the nearest Authorized Distributor, contact one
of the offices below.
ASIA PACIFIC
EMEA
NORTH AMERICA
SOUTH AMERICA
(TAC) [email protected]
Phone: + 80012026455 or +44
(0)1202645583
Honeywell Process Solutions,
Honeywell do Brazil & Cia
Phone: 1-800-423-9883
Phone: +(55-11) 7266-1900
Or 1-800-343-0228
FAX: +(55-11) 7266-1905
Email: (Sales) [email protected] or
Email: (Sales) [email protected] or
(TAC) [email protected]
Australia
Honeywell Limited
Phone: +(61) 7-3846 1255
FAX: +(61) 7-3840 6481
Toll Free 1300-36-39-36
Toll Free Fax:
1300-36-04-70
FAX: +44 (0) 1344 655554
Email: (Sales) [email protected]
or
(TAC) [email protected]
(TAC) [email protected]
China – PRC - Shanghai
Honeywell China Inc.
Phone: (86-21) 5257-4568
Fax: (86-21) 6237-2826
Singapore
Honeywell Pte Ltd.
Phone: +(65) 6580 3278
Fax: +(65) 6445-3033
South Korea
Honeywell Korea Co Ltd
Phone: +(822) 799 6114
Fax: +(822) 792 9015
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Honeywell Process Solutions
1860 West Rose Garden Lane
Phoenix, Arizona 85027
www.honeywellprocess.com
44-45-25-35 Rev.K
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