Mettler Toledo Viper EX M Technical data

Technical Manual
TERMEX
TERM
220/230
320/330
220/230
320/330
TERMEX, Version: V116
20.10.11
Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH
Table of Contents
1 Important information ..................................................................................................... 3 1.1 1.2 1.3 General information .................................................................................................................. 3 Symbols used in this manual .................................................................................................... 4 Safety instructions..................................................................................................................... 5 2 Startup .............................................................................................................................. 6 2.1 Shielding of data cables ............................................................................................................ 9 Shielding concept............................................................................................................................... 9 2.1.1 3 TERMEX Exi terminal..................................................................................................... 10 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Important characteristics ......................................................................................................... 10 Overview of models ................................................................................................................ 11 Technical data ........................................................................................................................ 13 Terminal assignment............................................................................................................... 17 Terminal assignment TERM ................................................................................................... 19 3.5.1 Fuses ............................................................................................................................................... 21 3.5.2 DIP Switch ....................................................................................................................................... 21 3.6 Interface modules ................................................................................................................... 22 3.6.1 Type code for interface modules (UART) ........................................................................................ 22 3.6.2 Interface module type UART_A: ...................................................................................................... 23 3.6.3 Interface module Type UART_B: ..................................................................................................... 24 3.6.4 Interface module Type UART_C: (only for safe area version TERM) ............................................. 24 3.6.5 Sub versions of the interface modules ............................................................................................ 26 3.7 Modules .................................................................................................................................. 27 3.7.1 Type code for modules .................................................................................................................... 27 3.7.2 DIGIO33 module .............................................................................................................................. 27 3.7.3 Input and output parameters............................................................................................................ 27 3.8 TERMEX K36 / KL36 Extended Keyboards ............................................................................ 28 3.9 Key Assignment for Extended Keyboard ................................................................................ 29 3.10 Case .................................................................................................................................... 31 3.10.1 TERMEX 32X / 33X chassis (panel-mounting case) ....................................................................... 31 3.10.2 TERMEX 22X / 23X chassis (panel-mounting case) ....................................................................... 31 3.10.3 Wall-mounting case V2A (ABG-V2A-W) for TERMEX 2xx .............................................................. 32 3.10.4 Polyester wall-mounting case (ABG-P-W) for TERMEX 2xx ........................................................... 32 3.10.5 Wall-mounting case V2A (ABG-V2A-W) for TERMEX 3xx .............................................................. 33 3.10.6 Polyester wall-mounting case with heating (ABG- P-H) for TERMEX 2xx ...................................... 34 3.10.6.1 Polyester wall-mounting case with heating (ABG-P-H) for
TERMEX 3xx ........................ 34 3.11 Special equipment with heating ........................................................................................... 35 3.12 Configuration using the internal setup menu ....................................................................... 36 3.13 TERMEXpro project design software................................................................................... 37 3.14 Computer link (PC, PLC, PCS, etc.) .................................................................................... 38 3.14.1 ASCII protocol .................................................................................................................................. 38 3.14.2 PLC interfaces ................................................................................................................................. 38 3.14.3 Modbus/RTU (slave) ........................................................................................................................ 38 3.14.4 Modbus/RTU (master) ..................................................................................................................... 39 4 Connecting cables ......................................................................................................... 40 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 ENT-DC - TERMEX 22X / 23X / 32X / 33X 1 supply circuit ................................................... 40 ENT-DC - TERMEX 22X / 23X / 32X / 33X 2 supply circuits ................................................. 40 ENT-DC - TERMEX 22X / 23X / 32X / 33X 3 supply circuits ................................................. 40 S-ENT/PC-9, S-ENT-AB SLC 500 ....................................................................................... 41 S-ENT/PC-25, S-ENT-AB PLC 5 ......................................................................................... 41 S-ENT/SPI3 ............................................................................................................................ 41 26.10.2011 / 1/91
4.7 S-ENT/PGSSaa (Siemens S5 programming interface) ...........................................................42 4.8 S-ENT/CP524/525/544 (Siemens S5) .....................................................................................42 4.9 S-ENT/CP521 (Siemens S5) ...................................................................................................42 4.10 S-ENT/CP523 (Siemens S5) ................................................................................................42 4.11 S-TERMEX/TERMEX K36 / KL36 ........................................................................................43 4.12 TERMEX 22X / 23X / 32X / 33X - MVS-1.1-5 (marked WE) ...............................................43 4.13 TERMEX 22X / 32X – AWU-Ex 3/6 - 5 (marked WA)..........................................................44 4.14 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Mettler GD130X (marked WMa) .......................................................44 4.15 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Mettler GD13X (marked WMb) .........................................................44 4.16 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Mettler ID 5 with 083 option (marked WMd) .....................................45 4.17 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Mettler SM-/PM-/AM (marked WMe) .................................................45 4.18 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Puma / ST3x via EXDK (marked WMh)............................................45 4.19 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Puma / ST3x via ENT-DC-3.0 (marked WMi) ...................................46 4.20 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Bizerba ITE-Ex (marked WBa) .........................................................46 4.21 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Sartorius-Ex (marked WSara) ..........................................................46 4.22 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Sartorius Ex via ENT-DC-3.0 (marked WSarb) ................................47 4.23 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Sartorius Ex via EX-PW-SAR-10 (marked WSard) ...........................47 4.24 TERMEX 22X / 32X - 2nd scanner (marked 2S) .................................................................47 4.25 TERMEX 22X / 32X – Mettler TBRICK 15-Ex / 32-Ex (marked WMI) .................................48 4.26 TERMEX 22X / 32X – Point Ex (marked WMm)..................................................................49 4.27 TERMEX 22X / 32X – Mettler Toledo ID-7sx (marked WMn)..............................................49 4.28 TERMEX 22X / 32X – Mettler Toledo Viper EX / PSU via P+F Barrier Z765 (marked WMo)51 5 Interface test................................................................................................................... 52 5.1.1 5.1.2 Loopback connector for RS 232 ......................................................................................................52 Loopback connector for 20 mA CL ..................................................................................................52 6 Type code / rating plate ................................................................................................. 53 7 Applied harmonized standards of the applicable directives for TERMEX ................ 55 8 Order designation .......................................................................................................... 56 9 Index................................................................................................................................ 57 10 Appendix ...................................................................................................................... 58 10.1 10.2 Repair send back form (in case of repair) ............................................................................58 Test certificates ....................................................................................................................58 termex32x_V116_TH_E.DOC/ 20.10.11
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1
1.1
Important information
General information
Copyright  2007 by Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH
All rights reserved
The publisher reserves the right to alter the information and data contained in this manual without prior
notice. Unless otherwise indicated, the company names as well as other names and data used in the
examples are purely fictitious.
The publisher may have registered patents or pending patent applications for subject matter covered
in the manual. This manual does not give you license to these patents.
Limited warranty:
No warranty is provided for the accuracy of the information contained in this manual. As mistakes
cannot be entirely avoided despite taking the greatest of care, we would be grateful to receive
information about any errors you may discover. The publisher disclaims all legal responsibility or
liability for errors as well as for subsequent damages and claims.
Microsoft, MS, MS-DOS, Windows 2000, Windows XP Professional and Windows XP embedded are
registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation.
Manufacturer:
Pepperl-Fuchs GmbH
Lilienthalstr. 200
68307 Mannheim
Germany
www.pepperl-fuchs.com
Tel. 0621-776-0
Fax 0621-776-1000
E-Mail: info@de.pepperl-fuchs.com
Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH
1.2
Symbols used in this manual
Warning:
The indicated specifications may not be modified.
Non-compliance may result in dangerous situations
and damages.
Caution:
Careful installation: do not replace electrical fuses
with fuses from different manufacturers. Noncompliance may result in dangerous situations and
damages.
Danger:
The product may possibly be negatively impacted or
damaged by foreign influences.
Non-hazardous
area:
Assembly and installation only in non-hazardous
areas.
Danger:
Hazardous area
( Zone 1+2 )
All safety regulations as well as compliance
certificates for hazardous areas must be observed.
In addition, all regulations (VDE) published by the
respective authorities for the application of the
devices in hazardous areas (zone 1 and 2) must be
complied with at all times.
Additional Info:
Information and notices that must be observed
additionally.
Pressure load:
Significant mechanical pressure or impact loads
may result in damages.
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1.3
Safety instructions
 These devices are only allowed to be installed and operated by trained and qualified personnel
who have received suitable instruction in their use.
 These devices represent state-of-art technology. They are only allowed to be connected to
systems that have been approved by Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH.
 Never open the devices yourself. They are only allowed to be opened by authorized
Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH personnel.
Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH is not liable for any resulting damages.
 The devices are not allowed to be modified or otherwise altered in any way.
Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH is not liable for any resulting damages.
 Please study the “Technical Manual” carefully prior to starting up the devices.
 The most recent version of the "Technical Manual" is always valid. It is available for downloading
on our web site: http://www.pepperl-fuchs.com
 The operating voltage of the devices must not exceed the limits indicated in the technical data
section of the "Technical Manual".
In the event of failure to comply, Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH is not liable for any resulting
damages.
 The user guideline RL 1999/92 EG, the specifications EN 60079-14 and the accident prevention
regulations (UVV) must be observed.
The technical data specified for the hazardous area corresponds to the certified values for the
European Ex approval. The user is responsible for ensuring that the devices are suitable for their
intended application and for the prevailing ambient conditions.
No warranty can be given by Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH in this connection.
Data subject to change without notice
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2 Startup
This description of the startup procedure only contains information that is relevant to the TERMEX
terminals. Please refer to the respective manuals for details of how to start up the peripheral devices,
the ENT-DC power supply unit and the host computer.
Proceed as follows to start up the equipment:
 Switch off the system or machine.
 Make sure that that the installation area is non-hazardous for the duration of the startup procedure
if any non-intrinsically safe voltages need to be wired and/or non-intrinsically safe devices opened.
 This device is designed for use in the hazardous area (Zones 1 and 2).
 The requirements of the applicable explosion protection codes (EN 50014 and following) and the
installation requirements specified in EN 50039 must be observed when these devices are
installed. In addition, the technical and electrical data stated in the certificate of conformity for this
device must be complied with.
 This device is only allowed to be started up by trained personnel. The applicable explosion
protection codes must be observed. Please study the current versions of the "TERMEX 22X / 32X
Technical Manual" and the "TERMEX 2xx / 3xx Firmware Manual" carefully prior to starting up the
device (you can download the latest versions from www.pepperl-fuchs.com).
 The maximum cable length between the intrinsically safe terminal and the ENT-DC mains buffer
stage is 230 m. If peripherals are connected to the terminal, this length is reduced by the length of
the cable between the terminal and the peripheral. Other lengths are subject to special approval by
Pepperl+Fuchs.
Important
The maximum cable length between the intrinsically
safe terminal and the ENT-... may not exceed defined
length.
(see Technical manual ENT-DC-30, technical data
X3 Exi interfaces)
 The device must be connected to the equipotential bonding conductor (wire cross-section  4 mm2,
PA connection on the TERMEX terminal).
Warning
The case must be earthed. The earth wire must have a
cross-section of at least 4 mm² and be as short as
possible.
 The device is not allowed to be modified or otherwise altered in any way. In particular, soldering
operations or repairs are not permissible. Such work may only be carried out by the manufacturer
or by other authorized persons. If this warning is ignored, the approval for the hazardous area is no
longer valid.
 Since these devices are intrinsically safe, the connecting leads may also be connected or
disconnected when the unit is live. This is not recommended for the following reasons, however:
 Order when connecting:
Connect the GND cables first, then the communication cables and finally the supply
voltage.
 Order when disconnecting:
Disconnect the supply voltages and the communication cables first, then disconnect the
GND cables.
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 Connect the terminal and the power supply unit. Please refer to the section entitled "Terminal
assignment" for the wiring diagram.

Warning
Only ENT-DC power supply units are allowed to be
used.
Only the components listed in section 4 are allowed to
be used as peripherals, and only in the specified
configurations. All other components require the written
approval of Pepperl+Fuchs.
All wiring must conform to the latest state of the art as
well as to the wiring diagrams approved by
Pepperl+Fuchs.
 If the terminal is installed in a front panel, make sure that the mounting depth is sufficient to
guarantee the minimum cable radius (please also refer to the dimension drawings and technical
documentation provided by the cable manufacturer).
Please also make sure that the front panel is not warped, as otherwise proper sealing cannot be
guaranteed (IP protection). The 4 or 6 clips for fastening onto the front panel should only be
tightened gently to achieve an optimum sealing contact.
 Check that all connectors are correctly assigned prior to starting up the device. An assignment plan
showing all the terminal signals together with the wire or connection numbers can be found on the
rear of the terminal.
 Only now should you switch on the system or machine.
 The terminal runs an internal self-test when the auxiliary voltage is activated on the mains buffer
stage (e.g. ENT-DC). The display goes dark for approximately 1 second (all pixels are energized)
and the internal hardware is tested. The startup message, the firmware version number and the
EXTEC logo are displayed for this time (approximately 4 seconds). The terminal then switches to
the normal operating mode. If the project design data is already loaded, 'screen 1' is automatically
displayed in ASCII mode.
 If you are using the device for the first time, you should branch to the internal setup menu with the
shortcut Shift   +  F1 during the self-test phase in order to check that the values of all the
most important parameters are correct ("TERMEX 2xx / 3xx Firmware Manual").
 To load the project design data, the terminal must be connected to a PC via the mains buffer stage
(e.g. ENT-DC). The mains buffer stage and the PC must be connected to the power supply and
switched on. You must select 'Protocols: EXTEC' in the terminal setup menu in order to load the
project design software, because you are now using a standard ASCII protocol. After the data has
been loaded successfully, the terminal performs a reset, displays the startup message and runs a
self-test. If you want to use a protocol other than the standard ASCII protocol, select the required
protocol under 'Protocols…' in the setup menu.
 The terminal is now ready to use and can be controlled from the connected control computer.
 Check the functions on the control panel.
 Check the interaction of the functions with the complete system or machine step by step.
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Warning
The system or machine may malfunction if the
TERMEX terminal is not correctly connected and
configured.
Warning
The TERMEX terminal is intended solely for installation
in another machine. It is not allowed to be started up
until the conformity of the final product with the 94/9/EC
and 99/92/EC Directives has been established and this
product inspected by an authorized expert in
accordance with EN 60079 and EN 50014 ff.
Warning Zone 22
After installation cable glands have to be saved
with a suitable adhesive ( e. g. Screw stop varnish or
Loctite metal adhesive).
So the unintentional opening and occurance of dust is
prevented.
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2.1 Shielding of data cables
2.1.1 Shielding concept
The purpose of cable shielding is usually to improve the signal quality and reduce interference as well
as radiation from electromagnetic fields.
The data cables (RS485, TTY, intrinsically safe circuits, digital inputs/outputs, Ethernet) must be
shielded. The shields must be continuously connected and grounded in order to guarantee the
necessary interference suppression.
One of the following three techniques should be used:
1. Connect and hard ground both ends of the shield. This method achieves the greatest reduction in
electromagnetic interference. There is, however, a risk of current loops with high compensating
currents. These currents can lead to safety problems if their values are excessive.
2. Connect and hard ground one end of the shield. This method achieves a reduction in
electromagnetic interference while simultaneously preventing the above-mentioned current loops.
3. Provide a hard connection at one end of the shield (TERMEX) and capacitive grounding at the other
end in the safe area. This method achieves a relatively large reduction in electromagnetic interference
while simultaneously preventing current loops with high compensating currents.
A capacitor (approx. 10 nF) with a fixed dielectric (ceramic) and a test voltage > 1500 V can be
installed in the safe area for this purpose.
The final decision regarding the most suitable shielding concept must be based on a detailed
observation of the equipotential bonding system.
Furthermore always observe the clauses 12.2.2.3 and 12.2.2.4 of EN 60079-14.
Example 1:
If a low-impedance equipotential bonding system (building grounding system) is effective under all
operating conditions, both ends of the shield must be connected and grounded. Caution is necessary,
however, if transients that cannot be statically measured are produced when machines are switched.
Example 2:
If there is no equipotential bonding system or only a poor system, or if the equipotential bonding
system does not have a very low impedance or has a high noise voltage, variant 2 or 3 should be
preferred.
Which of these three concepts is used must be determined by the user on a case-to-case basis (best
interference suppression and safety).
No liability can be accepted by the manufacturer for this decision.
A non-connected shield at the VisuNet RM/PC end must always be properly insulated in order to
prevent sparking!
The Box-10-A (Ethernet patch panel) allows the shield to be optionally connected or not connected to
ground. It is connected by means of a small contact spring on the DIN rail.
Each user must ascertain which form of EMC protection is necessary, and offers sufficient reliability
for their particular installation. In systems that are relatively insusceptible to electromagnetic
interference, it may be adequate to connect and ground only one end of the shield.
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3 TERMEX Exi terminal
TERMEX 220
TERMEX 320
TERMEX 230
TERMEX 330
3.1





















Text terminal
Text terminal with large keyboard
Graphics terminal
Graphics terminal with large keyboard
Important characteristics
Intrinsically safe control panel for Zones 1 and 2 (EEx ib IIC T4)
Classification according to ATEX 95 RL94/9/EG:
II 2G EEx ib IIC T4
combined with mounting case ABG-1 or ABG-3 for Zone 22
Classification for Zone 22  II 3 D X T 134°C IP65 (Declaration of Conformity)
Simple to connect directly to many PLC and computer systems
Typical applications:
In processes in the chemical, pharmaceutical and petrochemical industries,
in industrial plant engineering, in weighing systems and in metering and filling stations
Industry-standard design, suitable for:
Graphics based control and display functions (TERMEX 220 / 320: text only)
Simple visualization tasks
Output of fault messages
Input of set values
Display of actual values
Collection of plant data, also with barcode readers
Gravimetric filling and metering applications
Easy-to-read LC display 148 x 74 mm, optional with backlight
TERMEX 230 / 330: text and graphics can be combined as desired
TERMEX 220 / 320: 4 x 20 characters, character height 12 mm, plus softkey bar (5 mm)
4 standard fonts, additional fonts can be loaded (TERMEX 230 / 330 only)
Background bitmaps can be loaded (TERMEX 230 / 330 only)
Graphic elements: pixel, line, block, border, window (TERMEX 230 / 330 only)
Automatic bar graph display (TERMEX 230 / 330 only)
High EMI resistance
Non-volatile storage of project displays (TERMEX 220 / 320: text, TERMEX 230 / 330: text and
graphics)
PC based project design of pictures and texts with TERMEXpro for Windows©
Project data can also be loaded when the control panel is installed
Degree of protection: IP 65 (front)
Several versions for panel and surface mounting
Additional binary inputs (NAMUR) and outputs (isolated) as well as serial ports for the hazardous
area available as options
All system parameters verified and selected by means of integrated setup and remote setup on the
PC
Only one cable used to connect data and power for all device versions
Note
All terminals are referred to below in this manual simply
as 'TERMEX' unless the differences between the
individual models are significant.
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3.2
Overview of models
Additional Ex devices can be connected to the TERMEX terminals via serial ports. These ports can be
provided on the terminal as options.
Important
The ports must be designed to withstand the power
requirement of the connected devices. A maximum of 3
supply circuits can be used with the TERMEX terminal.
Connections:
Marking For interface
D
Digital I/O
S
Barcode reader
WMx
WMa
WMb
WMc
WMd
WMe
GD130x
GD13x
WMg
WMh
WMi
WMj
WML
WMm
EXDK-LWL
20 mA pp
TERMEX = aa
PSUx
WMn
WMo
PSU non ex
PSU non ex
WA
WE
WSarx
WSara
Device
Manufacturer
PSCAN-D
PSCAN-M
P+F
TBRICK, k-cell
TBRICK, k-cell
ID5sx
ID5 / 083
PM, SM, AM
TBRICK Ex
Point Ex
Mettler Toledo
Mettler Toledo
Mettler Toledo
Mettler Toledo
Mettler Toledo
laboratory scales
Mettler Toledo
Mettler Toledo
Mettler Toledo
ID5sx
Mettler Toledo
Mettler Toledo
ID-7sx
Viper Ex
Mettler Toledo
Mettler Toledo
7,0 V / 8,0 V / 8,5 V
8,5 V, 240mA ENT-DC-30
Exi port version 7
7.0 V / 8.0 V / 8.5 V
7.0 V / 8.0 V / 8.5 V
EXAWUx-5
MVS-1.1
DMS scale
DMS scale
8.5 V
8.0 V / 8.5 V
ID5
Puma / ST3xx
Puma / ST3xx
Possible ENT-DC voltages
7.0 V / 8.0 V / 8.5 V
7.0 V / 8.0 V (7.0 V for EXDS-40)
7.0 V / 8.0 V / 8.5 V
7.0 V / 8.0 V / 8.5 V
7.0 V / 8.0 V / 8.5 V
7.0 V / 8.0 V / 8.5 V
7.0 V / 8.0 V / 8.5 V
7.0 V / 8.0 V / 8.5 V
7.0 V / 8.0 V / 8.5 V
F-/ L-/ QS-/ X149-/ Sartorius
I1200S scales
Sartorius
7.0 V / 8.0 V / 8.5 V
FC-/ IS scales
Sartorius
7.0 V / 8.0 V / 8.5 V
WBa
WBb
ITE
ITL
Bizerba
Bizerba
7.0 V / 8.0 V / 8.5 V
7.0 V / 8.0 V / 8.5 V
ZT
Expansion
keyboard
TERMEX K36 /
KL36
7.0 V / 8.0 V / 8.5 V
WSarb
Wsard*
20 mA pp (ENTDC)
Ex-PW-SAR-10
Interface no
longer available!
Default values are underlined
7.0 V / 8.0 V / 8.5 V
* only as spare equipment available
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Connection for safe area
B1
RS 232
PSCAN
WMk
WMk RS 323
Mettler Toledo
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and PSCAN (only for safe
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RS 232 (only for safe area)
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3.3 Technical data
Type of protection
TERMEX 22x 23x / 32x 33x
Intrinsically safe (acc. to EN 50020), EEx ib IIC T4
ATEX 95, RL94/9 EG:
II 2G EEx ib IIC T4
DMT 02 ATEX E 239
Dust explosion proof acc. EN50281
 II 3 D X T134°C IP65
in case of mounting ABG-1 or ABG-3
Degree of protection acc. to EN 60529/IEC 529
Calibration certificate
TERMEX 2x0 / 3x0
IP 65 (front)
IP 20 (case)
IP 54 (installed in polyester case ABG-P)
IP 65 (installed in stainless steel case ABG-V2A)
Acc. to DIN EN 45501
No. D09-95.32 Addendum 2
As a module for class III and IIII scales
TERMEX 2x5 / 3x5
No calibration certificate
Display
TERMEX 22x / 32x
TERMEX 23x / 33x
LCD, supertwisted nematic, with or without backlight
Active display area: 148 mm x 74 mm
4 lines x 20 characters, character height 12 mm
plus 1 line for softkeys, character height 4.5 mm
240 x 128 pixels,
4 standard fonts, additional fonts can be loaded
12 lines x 40 characters, character height 4.5 mm
8 lines x 26 characters, character height 5.5 mm
4 lines x 20 characters, character height 12 mm
4 lines x 13 characters, character height 12 mm
Text and graphics freely designable
Background bitmaps can be loaded
Pixels, lines, blocks, borders and bar graphs can be
designed.
Front plate
Anodized aluminium
Display cutout with non-reflecting glass cover
Polyester front foil, printed on reverse
Chemical resistance: see below
Keyboard
- Short-stroke keys
- Number block
- 5 function keys (dual assignment with Shift key)
Either standard layout or
customized layout with insertable label strips (ex works)
-10 function keys (dual assignment with Shift key)
Either standard layout or
customized layout with insertable label strips (not ex
works)
- 3 special keys S1 .. S3
- Shift and Alt keys
- Cursor block
TERMEX 22X, 23X
TERMEX 32X, 33X
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LEDs
(TERMEX 32X, 33X only)
F keys with 10 green LEDs
for application-specific programming
LED array (6 red LEDs, parallel)
to indicate alarms
LEDs
TERMEX 22X 23X / 32X 33X
ON LED
to indicate the power supply
COM LED
to indicate a host communication fault
! LED
to indicate that messages are pending
A..Z LED
to indicate that alphabetical input modes are allowed
Configuration
Integrated setup menu for setting all device parameters
Project design data
Downloadable from a PC via a serial port
PC port (RS232) connected to mains buffer stage,
type ENT-DC-xxx
Port parameters X1
(TERMEX <--> ENT <--> host)
TERMEX <--> ENT: 20 mA current loop, passive/passive
ENT <--> host: RS232 / 20 mA current loop,
active/passive, settable / optional RS485
1200 - 19,200 baud, settable (setup)
Parity: even, odd, mark, space, none (setup)
7 / 8 data bits, settable (setup)
1 / 2 stop bits, settable (setup)
Default: 9600 baud, 8 data bits, even parity, 1 stop bit
Firmware
The firmware is stored in a FLASH chip and is updatable.
The latest version can be downloaded from the
Pepperl+Fuchs web site.
The firmware can be loaded onto TERMEX 2xx/3xx
terminals using the TERMEX PRO Loader software.
Additional information about firmware updates is enclosed.
Functional test
Integrated detection of all hardware components during
start/reset and self-test.
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Dimensions of TERMEX 22X/23X chassis
Front plate (WxH):
Cutout (WxH):
Mounting depth:
Weight
Dimensions of TERMEX 32X/33X chassis
Approx. 1.5 kg
Front plate (WxH):
Cutout (WxH):
Mounting depth:
Weight
288 x 144 mm
277 x 137 mm
72 mm
incl. terminals, without connector
288 x 220 mm
276 x 208 mm
72 mm
incl. terminals, without connector
Approx. 1.9 kg
Ambient conditions
Do not expose the display to direct sunlight (UV)
Operation:
Storage:
Rel. humidity:
EMC declaration
The manufacturer, Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH, certifies that this
product conforms to the relevant EMC directive.
-20 °C to +50 °C
-20 °C to +70 °C
0% - 75%, without condensation
48 h endurance test
Interference emission: EN 55011: 1998
+ A1: 1999
Noise immunity:
EN 61000-6-2: 1999
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Chemical resistance of the front foil
Polyester foil with biaxial alignment, resistant to the following chemicals in accordance with DIN 42
115 Part 2, when exposed for more than 24 hours without any visible change:
Ethanol
Cyclohexanol
Diaceton alcohol
Glycol
Isopropanol
Glycerin
Methanol
Triacetin
Dowandol DRM/PM
Acetone
Methyl ethyl ketone
Dioxan
Cyclohexanol
MIBK
Isophorone
Formaldehyde 37% - 42%
Acetaldehyde
Aliphatic hydrocarbons
Toluene
Xylene
Thinner (white spirit)
1.1.1. trichloroethane
Ethyl acetate
Diethyl ether
N-butyl acetate
Amyl acetate
Butyl Cellosolve
Ether
Formic acid < 50%
Chlomatron < 20%
Acetic acid < 50%
Hydrogen peroxide < 25%
Phosphoric acid < 30%
Potassium soap
Hydrochloric acid < 36%
Detergent
Nitric acid < 10%
Tensides
Trichloroacetic acid < 50%
Softener
Sulphuric acid < 10%
Ferric chloride (FeCl3)
Ammonia < 40%
Cutting emulsions
Ferric chloride (FeCl2)
Sodium hydroxide solution < 40%
Diesel oil
Dibutyl phtalate
Potassium hydroxide
Varnish
Dioctyl phtalate
Alkali carbonate
Paraffin oil
Sodium carbonate
Bichromate
Castor oil
Potassium prussiate
Silicone oil
Acetonitrile
Turpentine oil substitute
Sodium bisulphate
Brake fluid
Decon
Aviation fuel
Benzine
Water, brine
Resistant in accordance with DIN 42 115 Part 2 when exposed to acetic acid for < 1 hour without any
visible damage
Not resistant to:
Concentrated mineral acids
Benzyl alcohol
Concentrated alkaline solutions
Methylene chloride
High-pressure vapour hotter than 100 °C
Like all polyester foils, not resistant to long-term exposure to direct sunlight (UV)
Chemical resistance of the front plate seal
Material: Foam rubber (EPDM)
- Good resistance to weather and ozone
- Very good resistance to hot detergent solutions
- Operating temperature: 50 ... +120 °C
1 = very good; 2 = good; 3 = medium; 4 = poor; 5 = not suitable, n.n. = not known
Mineral oils + greases
Alcohols
Benzine
Water
3
n.n.
3
1
Ketones
Chlorinated solvents
Sulphuric acid
Ozone
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n.n.
n.n.
1
1
3.4 Terminal assignment
On the rear of the TERMEX 22X / 32X case with terminal designations
Terminals X1 to X5 and X9 are designed as a terminal block. Terminal X6 is a sub-D socket / plug.
Batterie
Modul
(optional)
X2
1
4
X1
X5
X4
X4
X3
1
1
8
1
1
8
PA
8
14
X4‘
X5‘
1
X6
13
1
6
6
25
Port X1
Supply and data port (ENT-DC)
8-pole terminal block
0.5 mm² to 2.5 mm²
X1.1
X1.2
X1.3
X1.4
X1.5
X1.6
X1.7
X1.8
Tx
Rx
Us1
GND
Us2
GND
GND
Us3
(only assigned for 2 supply circuits)
(only assigned for 2 supply circuits)
(only assigned for 3 supply circuits)
(only assigned for 3 supply circuits)
Port X1 with backlight
For the backlight a separate supply circuit is needed. For the backlight. X1.5/X1.6 (supply circuit 2) or X1.7/1.8
(supply circuit 3) can be used.
If a barcode reader is applied, must be used the X1.7/X1.8 (supply circuit 3).
Port X2 (optional)
5 mA CL (barcode reader, expansion keyboard
type EXTA)
0.5 mm² to 2.5 mm²
X2.1
X2.2
X2.3
X2.4
TERMEX X2
4-pole terminal block
Rx
Tx
Us2
GND
1
2
3
4
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RX
white
Socket
Uin
black
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GND
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PSCAN
Port X3 (optional)
Interface module (scales, scanners)
8-pole terminal block
0.5 mm² to 2.5 mm²
Refer to "Interface modules" for assignment
Port X4 (optional)
Interface module (scales, scanners)
8-pole terminal block
0.5 mm² to 2.5 mm²
Refer to "Interface modules" for assignment
Ports X5 & X5’ (optional)
Module
2 x 6-pole terminal block
0.5 mm² to 2.5 mm² (see 3.7.2)
X5.1 / X5.2
X5.3 / X5.4
X5.5 / X5.6
X5’.1
X5’.2
X5’.3
X5’.4
X5’.5
X5’.6
Output 1
Output 2
Output 3
Input 1
Frame 1
Input 2
Frame 2
Input 3
Frame 3
X6.1
X6.2
X6.3
X6.4
X6.5
X6.6
X6.7
X6.8
X6.9
X6.10 - .13
X6.14
X6.15
X6.16
X6.17
X6.18
X6.19
X6.20
X6.21
X6.22
X6.23 - .25
Vcc
Out 0
Out 1
Out 2
Out 3
Out 4
Out 5
Out 6
Out 7
n.u.
Gnd
In 0
In 1
In 2
In 3
In 4
In 5
In 6
In 7
n.u.
Port X6 (optional)
External extensions (TERMEX K36 / KL36)
Sub-D, 25-pole socket contacts
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3.5 Terminal assignment TERM
On the rear of the TERMEX 22X / 32X case with terminal designations
Terminals X1 to X5 and X9 are designed as a terminal block. Terminal X6 is a sub-D socket / plug.
X2
Batterie
Modul
(optional)
1
X1
4
X5
61
1
X3
1
1
X5
Si2 Si1
6
PA
X4
8
1
8
14
X5‘
6
1
6
X6
1
X5‘
25
X10
1
13
SW1
Port X1 (non Ex-Version)
Supply interface (24V DC)
2-pin terminal block
0,5 mm² bis 2,5 mm²
X1.1
X1.2
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Port X10 (only not Ex-Version)
Data interface
D-Sub, 25 pin, receptacle contacts
X10.1
X10.2
X10.3
X10.4
X10.5
X10.6
X10.7
X10.8
X10.9
X10.10
X10.11
X10.12
X10.13
X10.14
X10.15
X10.16
X10.17
X10.18
X10.19
X10.20
X10.21
X10.22
X10.23
X10.24
X10.25
PA
TxD
RS 232
RxD
RS 232
nu
nu
nu
GND
RS 232
nu
+12V
Tx1–
nu
Source 20mA for Tx
Rx1–
Rx1+
nu
Source 20mA for Rx
nu
+12V
Tx1+
nu
GND for Tx
nu
nu
GND for Rx
nu
Assignment examples interface X10
Transmitter passive:
X10.10
Tx1- transmitter input (technical current direction)
X10.19
Tx1+ transmitter output (technical current direction)
Transmitter active:
jumper X10.12 (source 20mA) to X10.10 (Tx1)
X10.21
Tx- (GND for Tx) Transmitter input (technical current direction)
X10.19
Tx1+ Transmitter output (technical current direction)
Receiver passive:
X10.13
Rx1- Receiver input (technical current direction)
X10.14
Rx1+ Receiver output (technical current direction)
Receiver active:
Jumper X10.16 (source 20 mA) to X10.13 (Rx1-)
X10.24
Rx- (GND for Rx) receiver input (technical current direction)
X10.14
Rx1+ receiver output (technical current direction)
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3.5.1 Fuses
The fuses Si1 and Si2 are only available in the non ex version of the terminal.
Si1
Si2
1A T (4x20mm)
1A T (4x20mm)
für 24V DC supply voltage
reserve
3.5.2 DIP Switch
The DIP Switch is only available in the not ex version of the terminal.
SW1.1
SW1.2
SW1.3
SW1.4
SW1.5
SW1.6
SW1.7
SW1.8
Kommunikation RS232
ON
OFF
nu
nu
ON
OFF
nu
nu
Kommunikation 20mA CL
OFF
ON
nu
nu
OFF
ON
nu
nu
The terminal assignment of further interfaces please take from chapter 3.4
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3.6
Interface modules
Interface modules can be integrated into the TERMEX terminal. These modules are installed in the
terminal in the factory. Interface modules cannot be exchanged later because they are entered on the
rating plate, which is an integral part of the approval for use in hazardous areas.
3.6.1 Type code for interface modules (UART)
/
TERMEX 2xx / 3xx
/
n
Supply circuit (1 - 3; 0 == without)
Receiver:
nn
Subversion Umax Ik
Receiver:
pf
zero potential
mp
switched to minus, passive
ma
switched to minus active
pa
switched to plus active
n
Supply circuit (1 - 3; 0 == without)
Tranceiver:
nn
Sub-Version Umax Ik
Tranceiver:
pf
Zero potential
mp
Switched to minus passive
ma
Switched to minus active
pa
Switched to plus active
V1
V2
X3
X4
X5
UART_A
UART_B
Slot 3
Slot 4
Slot 5
A detailed description can be found in ‘Rating plate’.
/
TERM
/
n
Supply circuit (1 - 3; 0 == without)
Receiver:
nn
Subversion Umax Ik
Receiver:
pf
zero potential
mp
switched to minus, passive
ma
switched to minus active
pa
switched to plus active
n
Supply circuit (1 - 3; 0 == without)
Tranceiver:
nn
Sub-Version Umax Ik
Tranceiver:
pf
Zero potential
mp
Switched to minus passive
ma
Switched to minus active
pa
Switched to plus active
V1
V2
V3
X3
X4
X5
UART_A
UART_B
UART_C
Slot 3
Slot 4
Slot 5
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3.6.2 Interface module type UART_A:
Warning
The specified jumpers are part of the terminal and are
set in the factory. If jumpers are removed or modified,
the terminal approval is no longer valid.
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3.6.3 Interface module Type UART_B:
Warning
The specified jumpers are part of the terminal and are
set in the factory. If jumpers are removed or modified,
the terminal approval is no longer valid.
3.6.4 Interface module Type UART_C: (only for safe area version TERM)
Assembly and installation only in safe area!
UART_C is not intrinsically safe.
f
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Xa.8
+12V DC
Xa.7
+5V DC
Xa.6
Xa.5
Xa.4
TxD
Xa.3
RxD
Xa.2
Xa.1
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
GND
RxD (zum TERM)
TxD (vom TERM)
GND
GND
+5V
+12V
n.c.
1
8
1
J3 Rx Invertierungs-jumper
J4 Tx Invertierungs-jumper
8
1
J3 deliverystatus
inverted
J4 deliverystatus
J3
J4
inverted
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3.6.5 Sub versions of the interface modules
Interface type pa (sender / receiver positive-switching and active) or
interface type ma (sender / receiver negative-switching and active):
Subversion
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
Internal power source
R9 / R8
R1 / R11
Umax
Pmax 
IKmax 
9.0 V
62 mA 137 mW
150 
0
9.0 V
42 mA 94 mW
220 
0
9.0 V
34 mA 76 mW
270 
0
9.0 V
26 mA 57 mW
360 
0
9.0 V
20 mA 44 mW
470 
0
9.0 V
14 mA 32 mW
680 
0
9.0 V
10 mA 21 mW
1 k
0
9.0 V
7 mA 14 mW
1.5 k
0
9.0 V
5 mA 10 mW
2.2 k
0
Interface type mp (sender / receiver negative-switching and passive) or
interface type pf (sender / receiver passive and isolated):
Subversion
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
External power source
IKmax
Pmax
Umax
20 V
20 V
20 V
20 V
20 V
20 V
20 V
20 V
20 V
20 V
20 V
350 mA
350 mA
350 mA
350 mA
350 mA
350 mA
350 mA
350 mA
350 mA
350 mA
350 mA
1.2 W
1.2 W
1.2 W
1.2 W
1.2 W
1.2 W
1.2 W
1.2 W
1.2 W
1.2 W
1.2 W
R9 /
R1 / R11
R8
nc
0
nc
22 
nc
150 
nc
220 
nc
270 
nc
360 
nc
470 
nc
680 
nc
1 k
nc
1.5 k
nc
2.2 k
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3.7
Modules
Interface modules can be integrated into the TERMEX terminal. These modules are installed in the
terminal in the factory. Interface modules cannot be exchanged later.
3.7.1 Type code for modules
TERMEX 22X ....... –
D1
DIGIO33 module
Supply circuit 1, 2 or 3
S
3.7.2 DIGIO33 module
X5.1 | 3 | 5
Outputs
X5.2 | 4 | 6
X5‘.1 | 3 | 5
Inputs
X5‘.2 | 4 | 6
3.7.3 Input and output parameters
Maximum switching capacity of the output relays x5.1/2 x5.3/4 x5.5/6
Maximum switching voltage
Maximum switching current
Maximum switching power
Umax
Imax
Pmax
60 V
500 mA
5W
Input switch
The input circuit is specified according to NAMUR (IEC 60947-5-6). It is monitored for interruptions
and short-circuits.
Required switch:
2k Ohm
Maximum values of the input circuit
Maximum switching voltage
Umax
Maximum switching current
Ikmax
Maximum switching power
Pomax
9V
13 mA
30 mW
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3.8 TERMEX K36 / KL36 Extended Keyboards
An extended keyboard can be connected to the terminals in the TERMEX 22x / 23x, 32x / 33x series
to facilitate extended operation.
The TERMEX 22x and 23x can be equipped either with a TERMEX K36 keyboard or with a TERMEX
KL36 with LEDs. The TERMEX 32x and 33x can only be used with the TERMEX K36 keyboard.
The TERMEX 22X / 32X (port X6) and the TERMEX K36 / KL36 (port X21) are connected together
using the enclosed flat cable.
Front view
144,00 mm
288,00 mm
134,00 mm
273,00 mm
X21
14
1
X22
1
8
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3.9 Key Assignment for Extended Keyboard
The extended keyboard has 36 keys and up to 64 LEDs. On the keyboard comes the standard module
strips specified down. In addition, an individual allocation of the module strips is possible for each
time.
The terminal must be factory preset to be used with an extended keyboard.
Standard module strips:
F11-F46
F11-F19, A-Z
CU-Extension
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Port X21 (TERMEX K36 / KL36)
Sub-D, 25-pole plug contacts
Port X22 (TERMEX K36 / KL36)
External buttons
Weight:
X21.1
X21.2
X21.3
X21.4
X21.5
X21.6
X21.7
X21.8
X21.9
X21.10 - .13
X21.14
X21.15
X21.16
X21.17
X21.18
X21.19
X21.20
X21.21
X21.22
X21.23 - .25
X22.1
X22.2
X22.3
X22.4
X22.5
X22.6
X22.7
X22.8
Vcc
Out 0
Out 1
Out 2
Out 3
Out 4
Out 5
Out 6
Out 7
n.u.
Gnd
In 0
In 1
In 2
In 3
In 4
In 5
In 6
In 7
n.u.
Out 1
In 1
Out 2
In 2
Out 3
In 3
Out 4
In 4
1.2 kg
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3.10 Case
3.10.1 TERMEX 32X / 33X chassis (panel-mounting case)
Mounting cutout: 278 x 208
72
4
288
52
220
235
204
*
*
*
274
All dimensions in mm
* Clamp
Fastened with 6 clamping mounting plates (included in the scope of supply)
3.10.2 TERMEX 22X / 23X chassis (panel-mounting case)
Mounting cutout: 277 x 137
4
288
288
72
52
144
134
*
*
*
274
All dimensions in mm
Fastened with 4 clamping mounting plates (included in the scope of supply)
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3.10.3 Wall-mounting case V2A (ABG-V2A-W) for TERMEX 2xx
436
346
331
316
210
168
5.5
*
PA
158
*
2 x M16
*
Barcode Breather
reader Drain
Holder for
barcode reader
2 x M20
* Screw plug
3.10.4 Polyester wall-mounting case (ABG-P-W) for TERMEX 2xx
152
170
340,5
288,5
4x Ø 6,5
91
PA
3x M16
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3.10.5 Wall-mounting case V2A (ABG-V2A-W) for TERMEX 3xx
436
346
331
316
285
203
5.5
*
158
PA
*
Holder for
barcode reader
*
2 x M16 Barcode Breather
2 x M20
Drain
reader
* Screw plug
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3.10.6 Polyester wall-mounting case with heating (ABG- P-H) for TERMEX 2xx
This case is only for TERMEX 22X / 23X with heating.
340,5
340,5
322,5
288,5
91
4x Ø 6,5
150
3.10.6.1
PA
M16
M20
Polyester wall-mounting case with heating (ABG-P-H) for
TERMEX 3xx
(Application with heating)
340,5
340,5
322,5
288,5
91
4x Ø 6,5
150
2x M16
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3.11 Special equipment with heating
A heating can be built into the following case:
ABG-P-H (for TERMEX 220, TERMEX 230, TERMEX 320 and TERMEX 330)
Technical Data EX MINITHERM DBA T4 ATEX
Ignition protection class:
Temperature Class:
EC Type-examination certificate:
Nominal voltage:
Nominal power:
Ambient termperature range:
Protection degree:
Material:
II 2 GD EEx d II C T4
T4
PTB-Nr. 02 ATEX 1116 X
110 to 265 V
70W
-50 to +180°C
IP 68, NEMA 4X
Seewater-proof aluminium,
black anodized
The ambient temperature range of the MINITHERM heating (-50 - +180°C) applies for exact this heating. For the TERMEX the
limit values determined in the EC type Examination Certificate are to be considered.
(TERMEX Ambient conditions operation: -20 - +50°C)
* The temperatures lower than -20°C the following is to be considered:
The display must be warmed up in warmer environment by at least -20°C, for 1.5 hours. Only then the
display may be switched on.
Terminal compartment Exe Box (company Stahl) for the power supply of the heating
TERMEX
Exe Box
(Company Stahl)
Heating
(Company
Intertec)
Further information
(certificates, technical
data,…)
12 3
for the heating:
company Intertec
for the Exe box:
company Stahl
Junction Box 8118
Clamp:
1
2
3
L
N
PE
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3.12 Configuration using the internal setup menu
The TERMEX 22X / 23X and TERMEX 32X / 33X terminals feature an integrated setup menu
(configuration program). All the most important terminal parameters can be verified and selected here.
The parameters are set to default values when the equipment is delivered. Please refer to the
'TERMEX 2xx / 3xx Firmware Manual' for a more detailed description.
Warning
The system or machine may malfunction if the
TERMEX 22X/ 23X or TERMEX 32X / 33X terminal is
not correctly connected and configured or if an existing
configuration is changed.
The setup menu can be accessed in two steps by using keyboard shortcuts and entering a password
(optional).
 First, press the shortcut <SHIFT>+<ENTER >+<9>. This action triggers a reset on the control
panel and interrupts communication with the host computer connected to X1. The startup
message with the software version number and the hardware configuration is displayed for
approximately 4 seconds and the system runs an internal self-test on all hardware components
belonging to the control panel.
 Press the shortcut <SHIFT>+<F1> while the startup message is displayed (approximately 4
seconds). This takes you to the internal setup menu. If a password was specified in a previous
configuration, the system will ask for this four-digit number before it opens the setup menu.
You are now in the main setup menu. You can check, and if necessary correct, the various settings on
the control panel using the function keys (softkeys) that appear on the display:
Note
Changes made in the setup menu take effect as soon
as the menu is exited.
When you exit the setup menu, all changes are saved.
Warning
If SETUP attitudes are stored, supply voltage
may be interrupted in no case, otherwise it can
come to durable malfunctions.
1. Serial Ports...
You can verify all the parameters of the 4 serial ports here and change them if necessary:
Check the baud rate, the parity, the number of data bits, the number of stop bits and the hardware
configuration in the "USE" line (e.g. 'Scanner' for the model with a barcode reader connection or
'n.u.' if the serial port is not used in your configuration). The entries in USE cannot be changed.
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2. Protocols...
You can display and select the protocol that is used on the interface to the host computer (X1)
here.
The following protocols are currently available:
- EXTEC
- Siemens S5 / AS511 (S5 progr.)
- 3964R / RK512
- Modbus RTU (slave)
- Modbus RTU (master)
- Allen-Bradley DF1
families
- ET-1 emulation
- BAZ-03/1 emulation
The communication block in the PLC (DB) can be selected.
The communication block in the PLC (DB) can be selected.
The slave address can be set.
The slave address can be set.
The SLC 500, PLC 5, CompactLogix and ControlLogix
can be selected
The communication block (file) in the PLC can be selected.
Emulation of the ET-1 terminal
Emulation of the BAZ-03/1 terminal
(ASCII version, F1-F5, Shift, V600146)
3. General Settings...
You can set general control panel functions here (e.g. key repeat on/off, date and time, message
management).
In addition the brightness of the backlight can be placed here in 16 levels.
This basic adjustment is then durably saved. In addition a temporary adjustment can be made with
the combination of keys <Shift> <Enter> 3 . (outside of the setup).
4. You can parameterize and configure the intelligent peripherals connected to serial ports X3, X4
and X5 here (e.g. Mettler-Toledo, Bizerba or Sartorius scales, barcode readers, etc.).
5. Status
You can display terminal status information here (firmware version, operating hours, file name of
the loaded project design software including the date and time compiled, resources (memory
map), number of variables, number of message texts, etc.).
6. Test
You can choose between 9 different test programs here:
Keyboard test, interface test (loopback), interface monitors, I/O test
7. EPCA / OS
You can enter EPCA programming system settings here. Status information is displayed. EPCA
can be activated or deactivated.
8. Quit Setup and Save
This closes the setup menu. The terminal asks whether you want to save your changes and then
returns to the normal operating mode (port X1 to the host computer is activated again). 'SCREEN
1' is automatically displayed in ASCII mode if it exists in the internal project memory (refer to the
"TERMEX 2xx / 3xx Software Manual").
3.13 TERMEXpro project design software
Application-specific pictures and text can be created on a Windows PC. TERMEXpro is a graphicsoriented programming environment with the characteristics of a drawing program (WYSIWYG) and
mouse control. The project design data generated with this program is transferred from the PC (COM1
or COM2) via the mains buffer stage ENT-DCxx to serial port X1 on the terminal, where it is stored in
non-volatile memory. It can also be transferred when the system is already installed. Please refer to
the latest version of the "TERMEXpro Technical Manual" for further details (this manual can be
downloaded from the Pepperl+Fuchs web site: www.pepperl-fuchs.com):
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3.14 Computer link (PC, PLC, PCS, etc.)
The TERMEX 22x/23x and TERMEX 32x/33x control panels have various operating modes for the
different computer links used in process control and automation engineering.
3.14.1 ASCII protocol
A pure ASCII protocol can be used for links to PCs, workstations and simple serial ports (internal
setup menu, Protocol: EXTEC). The control panel can be controlled by means of command
sequences (preceded by ESC) and ASCII characters (or character strings). Keystrokes and peripheral
equipment data are transferred to the computer as ASCII characters. Suitable for point-to-point
connections.
3.14.2 PLC interfaces
The protocols of all major PLC manufacturers are supported to allow the terminals to be linked to a
programmable controller. The control panel is the PLC master. It automatically writes the required
data into the PLC and reads it from the PLC. Communication with the PLC takes place using an
intelligent protocol specified by the PLC manufacturer. Data is exchanged via a selectable data block
in the PLC. The following protocols are currently implemented.
AS511 (Siemens S5 programming interface)
Control panels can be connected directly to the programmer interface of the Siemens S5 90U,
95U, 100U, 115U, 135U and 155U families.
3964R protocol with RK512 procedure
This protocol is offered by several manufacturers. In most cases, either special
modules/drivers are required in the PLC or a second port is used in the CPU of the PLC (e.g.
Siemens S5: CP524/CP525/CP544, CPU 945, CPU 928B, CPU 948, etc.).
Allen Bradley: DF1 protocol (DH485, DH+)
The DF1 protocol can be used for point-to-point connections via the RS232 interface of the
CPU (programming interface) for all programmable controllers in the Allen-Bradley SLC 500
and PLC 5 families. The DH485 and DH+ data highway protocols of the Allen-Bradley SLC,
PLC, ControlLogix and CompactLogix families can also be connected with the above protocol
and an additional Allen-Bradley bus coupling unit.
3.14.3 Modbus/RTU (slave)
Many manufacturers of programmable controllers and process control systems support the
Modbus/RTU protocol for point-to-point connections or bus coupling (e.g. ABB, AEG, Alfa Laval, AllenBradley, Eckardt, Foxboro, Hartmann&Braun, HIMA, Honeywell, Modicon, Yokogawa, etc.).
In the slave variant, the TERMEX 22x/23x and TERMEX 32x/33x control panels are passive, in other
words they act as the bus slave. The slave address can be set between 1 and 32.
The following Modbus functions are supported:
1
Read coils
3
Read output register
4
Read input register
6
Load register
8
Loopback test
15
Force multiple coils
16
Load multiple registers
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3.14.4 Modbus/RTU (master)
The terminal exchanges the data block data with a connected slave. Function 3 is used for reading
and function 16 for writing.
The terminal controls all communication with the slave, in other words it is active.
Data is exchanged in the directions specified in the description of the communication data block
contained in the Firmware Manual. The terminal uses Modbus function 16 to send data to the slave
(PLC) and function 3 to read data.
The maximum length of the variable area that can be exchanged in a screen is 125 DW (also a
Modbus condition).
The slave data must be organized so that the read and write areas are mapped onto one another, in
other words it is not allowed to be in different data areas. This is particularly important when (set)
variable data is exchanged, because otherwise your set value inputs will not be accepted.
You can set the slave address in the setup menu, in other words the address of the remote end with
which the terminal is required to communicate as master.
A communication timeout can be specified here as an option. If a message from the master is not
answered with a request from the slave before this time expires, the terminal triggers an error and the
COM LED lights up. The settable address offset allows matching to the memory area of the controller.
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4 Connecting cables
4.1 ENT-DC - TERMEX 22X / 23X / 32X / 33X 1 supply circuit
ENT-DC
4-pole socket
Plug-4 male
RX+ X3.A
Tx+ X3.B
Us X3.C
GND X3.D
TERMEX
Screw terminals
DATL-A 4
1
2
3
4
End sleeve
max. 200 m
X1.1TXX1.2 RxX1.3 Us
X1.4 GND
X1.5 Us2
X1.6 GND
X1.7 GND
X1.8 Us3
4.2 ENT-DC - TERMEX 22X / 23X / 32X / 33X 2 supply circuits
ENT-DC
8-pole socket
Plug-8 male
RX+ X3.A
TERMEX
Screw terminals
DATL-A 7
1
End sleeve
X1.1TX-
Tx+ X3.B
Us X3.C
GND X3.D
2
3
4
X1.2 RxX1.3 Us
X1.4 GND
Us2 X3.E
5
X1.5 Us2
GND X3.F
GND X3.G
6
7
X1.6 GND
X1.7 GND
nc
X3.H
max. 200 m
X1.8 Us3
4.3 ENT-DC - TERMEX 22X / 23X / 32X / 33X 3 supply circuits
BOX-A4
8-pole socket
Plug-8 male
RX+ X3.A
Tx+ X3.B
Us X3.C
GND X3.D
TERMEX
Screw terminals
DATL-A 8
weiß
braun
grün
End sleeve
max. 200 m
X1.1TXX1.2 Rx-
gelb
X1.3 Us
X1.4 GND
Us2 X3.E
grau
X1.5 Us2
GND X3.F
rosa
X1.6 GND
GND X3.G
Us3 X3.H
blau
rot
X1.7 GND
X1.8 Us3
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4.4 S-ENT/PC-9,
S-ENT-AB SLC 500
ENT sub-D 9-pole
-- PC, A-B SLC 500, MPI interface,
(RS232) sub-D 9-pole
Female
Female
4 DTR
TX- X1.1
TX+ X1.2
TxD X1.6
6 DSR
2 RxD
RxD X1.7
GNDX1.9
Note:
3 TxD
5 GND
7 RTS
8 CTS
The Tx jumpers for the 20 mA interface in the ENT-DC-1 must be set to "active".
The Rx jumper setting is not relevant (see ENT-DC Technical Manual).
4.5 S-ENT/PC-25,
S-ENT-AB PLC 5
ENT, sub-D 9-pole
--
Female
PC, A-B PCS 5 (RS232) sub-D 25-pole
Female
X1.1
TXTX+ X1.2
TxD X1.6
RxD X1.7
GND X1.9
Note:
2
TxD
3
RxD
7
4
5
6
20
GND
RTS
CTS
DSR
DTR
The Tx jumpers for the 20 mA interface in the ENT-DC-1 must be set to "active".
The Rx jumper setting is not relevant (see ENT-DC Technical Manual).
4.6 S-ENT/SPI3
ENT sub-D 9-pole
Female
--
SK-PROFIBUS-DP-SPI3 sub-D 9-pole
Male
TX- X1.1
TX+ X1.2
TxD X1.6
RxD X1.7
GNDX1.9
4 DTR
6 DSR
2 TxD
3 RxD
5 GND
7 RTS
8 CTS
Note:
The Tx jumpers for the 20 mA interface in the ENT-DC-1 must be set to "active".
The Rx jumper setting is not relevant (see ENT-DC Technical Manual).
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4.7 S-ENT/PGSSaa (Siemens S5 programming interface)
ENT, sub-D 9-pole
--
Female
PG-SS, sub-D 15-pole
Male
2 TTY in -
TX- X1.1
TX+ X1.2
RX+ X1.3
9 TTY in +
6 TTY out +
7 TTY out -
RX- X1.4
Note:
The jumpers for the 20 mA interface in the ENT-DC must be set to "active, active"
(see ENT-DC Technical Manual).
4.8 S-ENT/CP524/525/544 (Siemens S5)
ENT, sub-D 9-pole
--
Female
CP524/525/544, sub-D 25-pole
Male
14 TTY in -
TX- X1.1
TX+ X1.2
RX+ X1.3
13 TTY in +
10 TTY out +
19 TTY out -
RX- X1.4
Note:
The jumpers for the 20 mA interface in the ENT-DC must be set to "active, active"
(see ENT-DC Technical Manual).
4.9 S-ENT/CP521 (Siemens S5)
ENT, sub-D 9-pole
--
Female
CP521, sub-D 25-pole
Male
10 TTY in -
TX- X1.1
TX+ X1.2
RX+ X1.3
9 TTY in +
18 TTY out +
21 TTY out -
RX- X1.4
Note:
The jumpers for the 20 mA interface in the ENT-DC must be set to "active, active"
(see ENT-DC Technical Manual).
4.10 S-ENT/CP523 (Siemens S5)
ENT, sub-D 9-pole
Female
Note:
--
CP523, sub-D 25-pole
Male
8 TTY in -
TX- X1.1
TX+ X1.2
RX+ X1.3
6 TTY in +
10 TTY out +
RX- X1.4
12 TTY out -
The jumpers for the 20 mA interface in the ENT-DC must be set to "active, active"
(see ENT-DC Technical Manual).
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4.11 S-TERMEX/TERMEX K36 / KL36
TERMEX 22X / 23X
32X / 33X
--
TERMEX K36 / KL36
Sub-D 25-pole, male
Sub-D 25-pole, female
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Note: All contacts not shown are not assigned
4.12 TERMEX 22X / 23X / 32X / 33X - MVS-1.1-5 (marked WE)
TERMEX
--
MVS-1.1-5
Interface type: UART_B -pa08/mp01X3, X4
DATL-A 4
PG/screw terminal
Xa = X3 or X4
Us, Rx+
Xa.8
Xa.7
8
Us
Rx-
Xa.6
6
Tx5mA
9
GND
7
Rx5mA
Xa.5
Xa.4
GND, Tx- Xa.3
Xa.2
Tx+
Xa.1
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4.13 TERMEX 22X / 32X – AWU-Ex 3/6 - 5 (marked WA)
TERMEX
--
EXAWU3-5
Interface type: UART_B -pa08/mp01X3, X4
DATL-A 4
PG/screw terminal
Xa = X3 or X4
Us, Rx+
KL11.1 Us
Xa.8
Xa.7
Xa.6
Rx-
KL10.7 Tx5mA
Xa.5
Xa.4
KL11.8 GND
GND, Tx- Xa.3
Xa.2
Tx+ pa Xa.1
KL10.6 Rx5mA
4.14 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Mettler GD130X (marked WMa)
TERMEX
--
GD130X
Interface type: UART_A -ma05/pa05X3, X4
DATL-A 4
PG/screw terminal
Xa = X3 or X4
Xa.8
Xa.7
Rx+
Xa.6
18 +TXDA
RxTx+
Xa.5
Xa.4
17 - TXDA
19 +RXDA
Tx-
Xa.3
Xa.2
20 - RXDA
Xa.1
4.15 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Mettler GD13X (marked WMb)
TERMEX
--
Interface type: UART_A -pf01/pf01X3, X4
DATL-A 4
Xa = X3 or X4
GD13X
PG/screw terminal
+U
Rx+
Xa.8
Xa.7
13 +TXD2
Rx-
Xa.6
14 GND
Xa.5
Xa.4
Tx+
Tx-
Xa.3
Xa.2
+U
12 +RXD2
15 GND
Xa.1
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4.16 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Mettler ID 5 with 083 option (marked WMd)
TERMEX
--
ID 5, CL 083 active
Interface type: UART_A -pf01/pf01X3, X4
DATL-A 4
Xa = X3 or X4
+U
Rx+
Xa.8
Xa.7
4
TXD+
Rx-
Xa.6
5
TXD-
Xa.5
Xa.4
Tx+
Tx-
+U
2
Xa.3
Xa.2
1
RXD+
RXD-
Xa.1
4.17 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Mettler SM-/PM-/AM (marked WMe)
TERMEX
--
SM-/PM-/AM-, plug
Interface type: UART_A -ma05/pa05X3, X4
(DATL-A 4)
"MiniMETTLER" connector, male
Xa = X3 or X4
Xa.8
Xa.7
Rx+
Xa.6
15 +TXDA
RxTx+
Xa.5
Xa.4
10 - TXDA
7 +RXDA
Tx-
Xa.3
Xa.2
9
- RXDA
Xa.1
4.18 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Puma / ST3x via EXDK (marked WMh)
TERMEX
--
EXDK
Interface type: UART_B -pa08/mp01X3, X4
Coiled cable
Connected ex works
Xa = X3 or X4
Us
Xa.8
Xa.7
1.2 Us
Rx+
Xa.6
1.9 Tx1.P
Xa.5
Xa.4
1.10 PD1
1.11 Rx1+
Xa.3
Xa.2
1.3 GND
Tx+ pa Xa.1
1.12 Rx1-
GND
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4.19 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Puma / ST3x via ENT-DC-3.0 (marked WMi)
TERMEX
--
Interface type: UART_A -pf05/pf05X3, X4
DATL-A 4
Xa = X3 or X4
ENT-DC-3.0 as barrier
Screw terminal
+U
Rx+
Xa.8
Xa.7
Rx-
Xa.6
X3.2 Tx-
Xa.5
Xa.4
Tx+
Tx-
+U
X3.1 RxX3.4 Rx+
Xa.3
Xa.2
Xa.1
4.20 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Bizerba ITE-Ex (marked WBa)
TERMEX
--
Interface type: UART_A -ma05/pf01X3, X4
(DATL-A 4)
Xa = X 3 or X4
ITE-Ex, terminal blocks
Terminal
+U
Rx+
Xa.8
Xa.7
X2.8 TXD-
Rx-
Xa.6
X2.7 TXD+
Tx+
Xa.5
Xa.4
X2.2 RXD+
Tx-
Xa.3
Xa.2
X2.1 RXD-
Xa.1
4.21 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Sartorius-Ex (marked WSara)
TERMEX
--
Interface type: UART_A -pa06/pa06X3, X4
DATL-A 4-0
Xa = X3 or X4
Sartorius F scale
Plug, sub-D 25-pole, female
5
CTS
2
TxD
Xa.3
Xa.2
3
RxD
GND Xa.1
7
GND
Xa.8
Xa.7
Rx+
Xa.6
nc
Xa.5
Xa.4
Tx+
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4.22 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Sartorius Ex via ENT-DC-3.0 (marked
WSarb)
TERMEX
--
Interface type: UART_A -pf05/pf05X3, X4
DATL-A 4
Xa = X3 or X4
ENT-DC-3.0 as barrier
Screw terminal
+U
Rx+
Rx-
Tx+
Tx-
Xa.8
Xa.7
X3.2 Tx-
Xa.6
Xa.5
Xa.4
Xa.3
+U
X3.1 RxX3.4 Rx+
Xa.2
Xa.1
4.23 TERMEX 22X / 32X - Sartorius Ex via EX-PW-SAR-10 (marked
WSard)
TERMEX
--
Sartorius FC scale
Interface type: UART_A -pf01/pf01(data negated)
X3, X4
Xa = X3 or X4
Rx+
Rx-
Tx+
Tx-
Xa.8
Xa.7
Xa.6
Xa.5
Xa.4
Xa.3
Xa.2
14-pole socket
EX-PW-SAR-10
4
3
1
K
Tx
2
J
Rx
3
N
DTR
4
M
GND
2
1
Xa.1
4.24 TERMEX 22X / 32X - 2nd scanner (marked 2S)
TERMEX
--
Scanner
Interface type: UART_B -pa08/mp01X3, X4
Coiled cable
Connected ex works
Xa = X3 or X4
Us
Xa.8
Xa.7
3
Us
Rx+
Xa.6
1
Tx5mA
Xa.3
Xa.2
4
GND
Tx+ pa Xa.1
2
Rx5mA
Xa.5
Xa.4
GND
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4.25 TERMEX 22X / 32X – Mettler TBRICK 15-Ex / 32-Ex
(marked WML)
TERMEX
--
TBRICK / PSUx
Interface type: UART_A –pf01/pf01
X3, X4
ENT-DC-30-100-2-HS
ENT
24V DC
Safe Area
DATL A8-0
230 m max
Ex Area
ABG 1-V2A-SHB
8
BOX-A4-I-S02
DATL-A4
TERMEX 2xx WMl S
230V AC
PSUx
Mettler-Toledo TBRICK
Xa = X3 or X4
Rx-
Xa6
U4 grey
Xa7
GND brown
Rx+
U2 green
Xa8
U1 white
TERMEX
GND yellow
PSUx
Box-A4-I-S02
Xa5
2
3
Xa4
4
Xa3
Tx-
Xa2
Rx
5
Tx
6
7
white
brown
grey
yellow
pink
Xa1
green
Tx+
TBRICK
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4.26 TERMEX 22X / 32X – Point Ex (marked WMm)
TERMEX
--
Point Ex
Interface type: UART_B -pa05/pa05X3, X4
DATL-A 4
Xa = X3 or X4
PG/screw terminal
KL 1.5 pink U1
Xa.8
KL 1.10 grey U2
Xa.7
Xa.6
Rx-
KL 1.7 Tx 20 mA
white
Xa.5
Xa.4
KL 1.8 brown GND
GND Tx- Xa.3
KL 1.9 yellow GND
Xa.2
Tx+ pa
KL 1.6 Rx 20 mA
green
Xa.1
4.27 TERMEX 22X / 32X – Mettler Toledo ID-7sx
(marked WMn)
With protocol MetPu (SICS level 0) via P+F Barrier Z 765
TERMEX --- ID7sx
Interface type: UART_A –pf05/pf05X3, X4 Xa = X3 or X4
PSU/xx-yy-Ex
24V DC
P+F Barrier
Z 765
4
PC / PLC
ENT
SICS level 0 protocol
S-PSU-CL1, 20mA CL/TTY, 10m
4
DATL-A4-0.75-0
80 m max.
200 m max.
DATL-A4-0.75-0 230 m max.
4
RS232 / TTY / (RS485)
ENT-DC-30-100-HS-2 (3)
Ex Area
ABG-housing
TERMEX-230…-WMn
ID-7sx
10 m max.
Safe Area
K-Cell (T-Brick)
D-Scale (analogue load cells)
Mettler-Toledo
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Connection
Barrier
Z 765
PSU
white
brown
plug
green
yellow
5
4
6
3
7
8
2
1
Cable
DATL-A4-0.75-0
TERMEX
4
3
Xa3
Xa2
2
Xa6
1
Xa7
Accessoriers
Part name
P+F Barrier Z 765
Cable: PSU---Barrier
Cable: Barrier---TERMEX
Part code
Z 765
S-PSU-CL1
DATL-A4-0.75-0
Order number
071799
222570
193063
Warning
The respective peak values of the field device and the
associated device with regard to explosion protection
should be considered when connecting intrinsically safe
field devices with the intrinsically safe circuits of Zener
Barriers (demonstration of intrinsic safety)
The appropriate clauses of EN 60079-14 plus manuals
and certificates of the used equipment must be
observed.
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4.28 TERMEX 22X / 32X – Mettler Toledo Viper EX /
PSU via P+F Barrier Z765 (marked WMo)
With protocol METID via P+F Barrier Z 765
TERMEX --- Viper
Interface type: UART_A –pf05/pf05X3, X4 Xa = X3 or X4
230V AC
Felten
MES PC
PSU/xx‐yy‐Ex
24V DC
Ethernet
P+F Barrier
Z 765
4
SICS level 0 protocol
S‐PSU‐CL1, 20mA CL/TTY, 10m 16x COM Server
7
DATL‐A7‐0.75‐0 4
DATL‐A4‐0.75‐0 50 m max.
ENT
RS232 / TTY / (RS485)
ENT‐DC‐30‐110‐HS‐2 (3)
Safe Area
Ex Area
230 m max.
75 m max.
ABG‐housing
PSCAN‐D‐1D‐E2‐05‐10‐N
TERMEX‐230…‐WMo‐S
Viper Ex
5 m max.
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5 Interface test
It is possible to test the functionality of port X1 (via ENT-DC). The send and receive lines are shortcircuited downstream of the ENT-DC for this purpose. This allows the terminal to check whether the
characters it sends actually arrive in the input buffer. A loopback connector is connected to the sub-D
socket of the ENT-DC in order to short-circuit the lines. It may be necessary to use a special loopback
connector, depending on the interface mode (RS232, 20 mA CL).
After the connector has been plugged in, the interface test can be started in the terminal setup menu:
- Reset the terminal with the shortcut <Shift><Enter><9>
- Open the setup menu while the startup message is displayed by pressing <Shift><F1>
- Select the "Status & Test" submenu
- Click <NEXT> to open the "Test Terminal" page
- Select "Ser 1 Loopback Test" with the arrow keys
- Click <ENTER> to start the test
The test is repeated automatically until you stop it again by clicking <EXIT>.
5.1.1 Loopback connector for RS 232
Sub-D, 9-pole, socket contacts
Jumper pin 1 with pin 2
Jumper pin 6 with pin 7
Note:
The Tx jumpers for the 20 mA interface in the ENT-DC must be set to "active".
The Rx jumper setting is not relevant (see ENT-DC Technical Manual).
5.1.2 Loopback connector for 20 mA CL
Sub-D, 9-pole, socket contacts
Jumper pin 2 with pin 4
Jumper pin 1 with pin 3
The 20 mA CL loopback connector can be used for the following configurations: active/active,
active/passive and passive/active. The interface test does not work for a passive/passive
configuration.
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6 Type code / rating plate
A rating plate is provided on each control panel on the rear of the chassis case. It indicates, among
other things, the name of the manufacturer, the serial number and the permissible limit values for
operation in hazardous areas. These limits must be observed if the control panel is integrated into a
system or machine, and especially if other peripherals are also connected to the TERMEX 320 or
TERMEX 330 terminal.
Warning
The information specified on the rating plate refers to
the maximum values for the hazardous area.
Compliance with the maximum electrical values is
necessary to ensure reliable operation of the device
(see also "Technical data").
TERMEX
XX
XX
XX
220
220-BL
320
320-BL
230
230-BL
330
330-BL
3. free port (module)
2. free port
1. free port
Text terminal
Text terminal with backlight
Text terminal with large keyboard
Text terminal with large keyboard and backlight
Graphic terminal
Graphic terminal with backlight
Graphic terminal with large keyboard
Graphic terminal with large keyboard and backlight
Special features:
X3Va/xxaas/yybbs
-X4Va/xxaas/yybbs
-X5Va/xxaas/yybbs
-LEDnu
-ZT
-BPx
-D1/s
-K36
-KL36
3rd serial port
Va: Type of the interface module
(V1 = UART A, V2 = UART B)
XX: Sender configuration
aa: Sender subversion
s: 0,1,2,3 for supply circuit used, if passive: 0
yy: Receiver configuration
bb: Receiver subversion
s: 0,1,2,3 for supply circuit used, if passive: 0
4th serial port (see above)
5th serial port (see above) or module designation
TERMEX 32X without LEDs
 higher Ca max (Vcc) for TERMEX 32X
25-pole sub-D socket for expansion unit
(expansion keyboard)
Beeper (x: i = internal, e = external, nu = not used)
DIGIO33 module slot
s: 1,2,3 for supply circuit used
With expansion keyboard, without LEDs
With expansion keyboard, without LEDs
(TERMEX 22x only)
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If special features are not implemented, they are either omitted from the type code or indicated by the
suffix "nu" (not used)
- The option "-LED…" is always indicated for TERMEX 32X:
With LEDs: -LED Without LEDs and drive circuit: -LEDnuThe different Ci max and Ca max values are thus also readily apparent from the type code
- The type code for the TERMEX 22x does not include the suffix –LEDnu because this terminal is
always supplied without LEDs
The type code may also include other information, providing it does not refer to safety-relevant
modifications.
Free ports can be assigned as described in 'Overview of models'.
Example of a rating plate:
(Optionally, depending on the equipment)
1
X6
2
3
4
5
7
8
X3
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
X4
Termex 230 BL
X1 Speisestromkreis
US1max= +9V DC IS1max= 350mA
C(U
i
S1)= 0; Li (US1)= 0
Terminal TERMEX
Optionally, depending
on interface module
Part No. 193710-0227
- D1/2 (X5)
 II 2G EEx ib IIC T4
DMT 02 ATEX E 239
Umgebungstemperatur/
ambient temperature:
-X3V2/pa052/pa052
-20°C <= Ta <= +60°C
Speisekreis 2
Herstellungsjahr/
year of manufacture:
Chargen-No:
2008
080903037101
(Kennung: WMm)
Sender: plusschaltend, aktiv
Umax= 9,0V Ikmax34mA Pmax73mW
Empfänger: plusschaltend, aktiv
Umax= 9,0V Ikmax34mA Pmax73mW
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7 Applied harmonized standards of the applicable
directives for TERMEX
This is an addition to Pepperl+Fuchs Declaration of Conformity in accordance with EN 45014:1998 in
appendix.
Directive
Directive
94/9EG (ATEX)
Applied harmonized standards
EN 50014:1997
EN 50020:2002
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x
3. Interface
Option
2. Interface
Option
1. Interface
Option
Expansion
Keyboard
EX
Protection
Housing
Option
Terminal
Type
Click
to
select
EX / Non-Ex
Terminal
Version
8 Order designation
TERMEX Ex Versions II 2 G (EEx ib IIC T4) or II 3 D (Zone 22, non conductive dusts, only in combination with housing type ABGxxx)
TERM Non-Ex version of operator panel
Text / Graphics terminal
x
-220
-230
-320
-330
-220B
-230B
-320B
-330B
Text Terminal, 4 x20 chars, 12mm, 5 Function keys, ambient: -20°C -- +50°C
Graphics Terminal, 5 Function keys, ambient: -20°C -- +50°C
Text Terminal, 4 x20 chars, 12mm, 12 Function keys, ambient: -20°C -- +50°C
Graphics Terminal, 12 Function keys, ambient: -20°C -- +50°C
Text Terminal, LED Backlight, 4 x20 chars, 12mm, 5 Function keys, ambient: -20°C -- +50°C
Graphics Terminal, LED Backlight, 5 Function keys, ambient: -20°C -- +50°C
Text Terminal, LED Backlight, 4 x20 chars, 12mm, 12 Function keys, ambient: -20°C -- +50°C
Graphics Terminal, LED Backlight, 12 Function keys, ambient: -20°C -- +50°C
-22S Text Terminal, Customized Strip for F-Keys, 4 x20 chars, 12mm, 5 Function Keys, ambient: -20°C -- +50°C
-23S Graphics Terminal, Customized Strip for F-Keys, 4 x20 chars, 12mm, 5 Function Keys, ambient: -20°C -- +50°C
-22SB Text Terminal, LED Backlight, Stripe for F-Keys, 4 x20 chars, 12mm, 5 Function keys, ambient: -20°C -- +50°C
-23SB Graphics Terminal, LED Backlight, Stripe for F-Keys, 4 x20 chars, 12mm, 5 Function keys, ambient: -20°C -- +50°C
ABG-… Housing for Terminal, Option
x
-0 no housing
-W Stainless Steel enclosure, Wall mount
-T Stainless Steel enclosure, Desktop mount
0
0
Ex-Protection
x
-C Gas Ex version, II 2 G (EEx ib IIC T4) Zone 1
- E Gas and Dust Ex version, II 2 G and II 3 D, Zone 1 and Zone 22; Only deliverable with ABG-x-V2A-xx
-N Non EX version, only available as TERM
Expansion Keyboard, Option
x
-K0 no expansion keyboard attached
-K expansion Keyboard TERMEX-K36, no LEDs, 36 keys
1. Interface type "Port200-xxx", Option
x
x
-NO
-S
-D3/3
-D3/0
-W
-W
-W
-W
-W
-W
A
ML
Mm
Mn
Mo
SARa
no 1st interface
1. Barcode Reader Interface
digital I/O: 3x Inputs, 3x Outputs (NAMUR) (P+F HMI: PORT200-D1/1-33 )
digital Inputs: 3x Inputs (NAMUR), no Outputs (P+F HMI: PORT200-D1/1-30)
EX-AWU load cell interface
for Mettler-Toledo T-Brick platform weighing scale with PSUx power supply
for Mettler-Toledo Point-SX Load Cell interface (P+F HMI: EX-Point7-...)
for Mettler-Toledo ID-5sx + PSU-EX + Barrier (MetPu)
for Mettler-Toledo Viper EX + PSU EX + Barrier (MetID)
for SARTORIUS weighing scales types F..-X, L..-X, X..-X, QS..-X, I12000S-X
-W SARb
for SARTORIUS weighing scales types with - 20mA pp interface
-W SARc
for SARTORIUS weighing scales types with RS232 interface (non Ex)
2. Interface type "Port200-xxx", Option
-NO
-S
-D3/3
-D3/0
-W
-W
-W
-W
A
ML
Mm
Mn
no 2nd interface
Barcode Reader Interface
digital I/O: 3x Inputs, 3x Outputs (NAMUR) (P+F HMI: PORT200-D1/1-33)
digital Inputs: 3x Inputs (NAMUR), no Outputs
EX-AWU load cell interface
for Mettler-Toledo T-Brick platform weighing scale with PSUx power supp
for Mettler-Toledo Point-SX Load Cell interface (P+F HMI: EX-Point7-...)
for Mettler-Toledo ID-5sx + PSU-EX + Barrier (MetPu)
-W Mo
-W SARa
-W SARb
for Mettler-Toledo Viper EX + PSU EX + Barrier (MetID)
for SARTORIUS weighing scales types F..-X, L..-X, X..-X, QS..-X, I12000S-X
for SARTORIUS weighing scales types with - 20mA pp interface
-W SARc
for SARTORIUS weighing scales types with RS232 interface (non Ex)
3. Interface type "Port200-xxx", Option
x
-NO
-S
-D3/3
-D3/0
-W A
-W ML
-W Mm
-W
-W
-W
-W
no 3rd interface
Barcode Reader Interface
digital I/O: 3x Inputs, 3x Outputs (NAMUR)
digital Inputs: 3x Inputs (NAMUR), no Outputs
EX-AWU load cell interface
for Mettler-Toledo T-Brick platform weighing scale
for Mettler-Toledo Point-SX Load Cell interface
Mn
Mo
SARa
SARb
-W SARc
for Mettler-Toledo ID-5sx + PSU-EX + Barrier (MetPu)
for Mettler-Toledo Viper EX + PSU EX + Barrier
for SARTORIUS weighing scales types…
for SARTORIUS weighing scales types with - 20mA
for SARTORIUS weighing scales types..
Not all features can be combined. Please contact your local Pepperl+Fuchs partner.
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9 Index
Ambient conditions 14
ASCII mode 7, 36
backlight 10, 12, 16, 36
Calibration certificate 12
Chemical 12, 15
Configuration 13, 35
Declaration of Conformity 10, 56
DIGIO33 module 26, 51
Display 10, 12
EMC declaration 14
Expansion keyboard 11
Extended Keyboards 27
Firmware 6, 7, 13, 35, 38
Front plate 12, 14
Functional test 13
Fuses 20
heating 34
Important 6, 10, 11
Input switch 26
Keyboard 12, 36
Loopback connector 50
Modbus 37
Modules 26
Note 10, 35, 40, 41, 42, 50
Order designation 54
panel-mounting case 30
Project design data 13
Rating plate 21
Startup 6
TERMEXpro 36
Terminal assignment 18
Type code 21, 26, 51
Type of protection 12
UART_A 22, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47
UART_B 23, 42, 43, 44, 46
UART_C 23
V2A desk-type case 31, 33
V2A wall-mounting case 32
Warning 4, 6, 7, 8, 22, 23, 35, 49, 51
Zone 8, 10, 56
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10 Appendix
10.1 Repair send back form (in case of repair)
Repair send back form
10.2 Test certificates
Declaration of Conformity Pepperl+Fuchs (1page)
DMT 02 ATEX E 239 (6 pages in German, 6 pages in English)
DMT 02 ATEX E 239, 1. Addendum
(1 page in German, 1 page in English)
Declaration of Conformity, use in Zone 22 (1 page)
Certification No.: D09-95.32 (12 pages in German, 12 pages in English)
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