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RH511
Temperature/Relative Humidity
Non-contact Infrared/Thermocouple
Handheld Meter & Logger
with Wireless Temp/RH Probe Option
®
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RH511 Meter
Table of Contents
Section
Page
Section 1 - Introduction ................................................................................ 1-1
Section 2 - Operation ..................................................................................... 2-1
Section 3 - Wireless Operation .................................................................... 3-1
Section 4 - Software Configuration ............................................................ 4-1
Section 5 - Specifications ............................................................................. 5-1
Section 6 - Error Codes .................................................................................. 6-1
Section 7 - Statement on FCC and CE Marking ....................................... 7-1
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RH511 Meter
List of Figures
Section Figure Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page
ii
1
1-1
Custom Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1
2
2-1
General Dimensions and Locations of Key Features . . . . . 2-1
2
2-2
Location of Battery Compartment & Polarities . . . . . . . . . 2-2
2
2-3
Main Function Flow Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
2
2-4
Additional Function Flow Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
2
2-5
Wireless Functional Flow Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8
2
2-6
General Dimensions Of
Temperature/RH Probe & Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
2
2-7
Infrared Optical Field of View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
2
2-8
Positioning Infrared Target Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-10
3
3-1
Model CTXL-PT Series Wireless/Temperature/RH Transmitter
General Dimensions, Labels, and Descriptions . . . . . . . . . 3-1
3
3-2
Model CTXL-PT Battery Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
3
3-3
General Dimensions, Mounting Bracket Plate, CTXL-PT . . . 3-2
3
3-4
Wireless Transmitter Mounting Bracket Assembly . . . . . . 3-2
3
3-5
Wireless Transmitter Bracket
With 1/4-20 Mounting Screw For Tripod Mount . . . . . . . 3-3
3
3-6
Wireless Transmitter Bracket
With DIN Rail Mounting Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
4
4-1
Wireless Transmitter, Main Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
4
4-2
Wireless Receiver (Meter), Main Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
4
4-3
Settings Menu (Transmitter/Receiver) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-3
RH511 Meter
1
Package Inspection
Remove the packing list and verify that you have received all your equipment. If
you have any questions about the shipment, please call our Customer Service
Department at 1-800-622-2378 or 203-359-1660. We can also be reached on the
Internet at omega.com, e-mail: [email protected]
When you receive the shipment, inspect the container and equipment for any
signs of damage. Note any evidence of rough handling in transit. Immediately
report any damage to the shipping agent.
NOTE:
The carrier will not honor any damage claims unless all
shipping material is saved for inspection. After examining
and removing contents, save packing material and carton in
the event reshipment is necessary.
The following items are supplied with the RH511 product:
• RH511 Temp/RH/IR/TC Meter
• Temp/RH Probe with 6 feet of Extension Cable, or One Wireless Temp/RH
Probe (CTXL-PT series)
• Universal 9Vdc Adapter
• Six AA size Lithium Batteries
• One USB Cable
• One Mini Camera Tripod
• Software CD
• Soft Carrying Case
• Instruction Manual
Model No.
Description
RH511
Portable Temp/RH/IR/TC meter with wired sensor
probe (USA & Canada)
RH511E
Portable Temp/RH/IR/TC meter with wired sensor
probe (Europe)
RH511-W9
Portable Temp/RH/IR/TC meter with wireless probe,
915 MHZ (USA & Canada)
RH511-W8
Portable Temp/RH/IR/TC meter with wireless probe,
868 MHZ (Europe)
CTXL-PT-W9 Wireless Temp/RH sensor probe, 915 MHz (USA &
Canada)
CTXL-PT-W8 Wireless Temp/RH sensor probe, 868 MHz (Europe)
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NOTES:
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Introduction
1
Section 1 - Introduction
Model RH511 is a handheld/benchtop meter that can measure & display
ambient temperature, relative humidity, non-contact infrared temperature, and
dual K type thermocouple temperatures.
RH511 comes with a custom backlit LCD. The LCD can display three parameters
simultaneously. It also comes with a membrane keypad to operate the unit.
RH511 has built-in wireless capability. It acts as a wireless receiver when used
with our wireless temperature/RH transmitter, model CTXL-PT.
RH511 has a built-in laser sighting feature used as an aiming tool to measure
non-contact target temperatures. The laser beam is switchable between laser dot
and circle. The laser dot indicates the center of the target temperature. The laser
circle indicates the area of the target that is being measured which is the optical
field of view of the device.
RH511 operates from 6 AA size batteries. It also has 9Vdc adapter input and USB
PC interface. The DC adapter is used for long term measurement and display.
The USB port is used to configure the unit and downloading logged data.
RH511 has logging capability where the user can log all the inputs (Ambient
Temperature, Relative Humidity, Thermocouple 1, Thermocouple 2, Infrared
Temperature) simultaneously. The logging interval can be set from the front
keypad and the display menus.
RH511 comes in a plastic enclosure with a rubber boot, tilt stand, and tripod
mount.
Figure 1-1 shows all the icons and digits of the custom made LCD for RH511.
HOLD FUNCTION ICON
DATA LOGGING ICON
MINIMUM DISPLAY
ICON
MAXIMUM DISPLAY
ICON
LOW BATTERY ICON
MAX
MIN
HOLD
LOG
RELATIVE
HUMIDITY
DISPLAY
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
TC1,TC1-TC2,
DP,WB DISPLAYS
TC2, INFRARED
TEMPERATURE
DISPLAYS
LOBAT
E1
% RH
GPP
E2
E3
g/Kg
°F °C
T1-K
DP
WB
T1-T2
°F °C
T2-K
WIRELESS
COMMUNICATION
ERROR CODES
E4
RX
HAL
LAL
IR-T
INFRARED
TEMPERATURE
ICON
WIRELESS DATA
RECEIVE ICON
HIGH & LOW
ALARM ICONS
WIRELESS RECEPTION
SIGNAL STRENGTH
LASER INDICATOR ICON
Figure 1-1. Custom Display
1-1
2
Operation
Section 2 - Operation
In order to install the 6 AA size batteries, remove the yellow rubber boot, and
un-screw the battery door from the case to get to the battery compartment.
Figure 2-2 shows the location and polarity of the batteries.
Figure 2-1 shows the general dimensions and location of the key features of the
product.
LASER BEAM APERTURE (LASER CIRCLE)
LASER DOT
INFRARED LENS
LASER DOT/
CIRCLE SWITCH
T1
T2
63.5
(2.50)
108
(4.25)
LASER
IR
TC1/TC2
AVOID EXPOSURE
LASER RADIATION
IS EMITTED FROM
THIS APERTURE
% RH
!
°F
°F
OMEGASCOPE
IR-T
POWER
R
LASER RADIATION- DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
OUTPUT< 1mW, WAVELENGTH 630-670 nm
CLASS II (2) LASER PRODUCT. COMPLIES WITH
FDA 21CFR 1040.10 & EN 60825-1/11.2001
CAUTION
RUBBER
BOOT
DUAL K TYPE
THERMOCOUPLE
INPUT (SMP) SOCKETS
LCD BACKLIGHT
TEMP/RH
PROBE
HOLDER
LASER
215.9
(8.50)
DP-WB
GPP
SET
REC
LASER
WARNING
LABEL
MODE
°F
EREH SSERP
TRIPOD
MOUNT
MEMBRANE
KEYPAD
HOLD
MAX
MIN
°C
TILT
STAND
OMEGA
RH511 TEMP/RH/IR/TC
MULTI-METER & LOGGER
-
DC POWER
INPUT 9V
+ 100mA
MADE IN U.S.A
TEMP/RH
PROBE
USB
PORT
!
95.3
(3.75)
BACK VIEW
DC 9V
AVOID EXPOSURE
LASER RADIATION
IS EMITTED FROM
THIS APERTURE
DC ADAPTER
INPUT
USB PORT
TEMP/RH PROBE
CONNECTOR
CAUTION
DIMENSIONS mm (in)
®
OMEGASCOPE
LASER RADIATION - DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
Laser Warning Label
OUTPUT <1 mW, WAVELENGTH 630-670 nm
CLASS II (2) LASER PRODUCT, COMPLIES
WITH FDA 21CFR 1040.10 & EN60825-1/11.2001
Figure 2-1. General Dimensions and Locations of Key Features
2-1
Operation
2
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
Figure 2-2. Location of Battery Compartment & Polarities
After installing the batteries, close the battery door, and put back on the rubber
boot. If the unit comes with a wired temperature/RH probe, connect the probe to
the meter. The connection is at the bottom of the unit. The probe can be attached
to the meter via the probe holder on the side.
2-2
2
Operation
Press the Power button
to turn on the unit. The display will show the
relative humidity, ambient temperature, and the non-contact infrared
temperature. Figure 2-3 shows the main functional flow chart of the unit which
is a description of the operation of the keys and the display menus.
ACTIVE KEYS
ACTIVE KEYS
MAIN MENU
% RH
REC
°F<->°C
PRESS
SET
MODE
°F
MIN/MAX
10
1
°F
HOLD
IR-T
PRESS
PRESS
MODE
MODE
% RH
REC
°F<->°C
°F
T1-K
HOLD
9
2
°F
IR-T
PRESS
MODE
PRESS
MODE
% RH
% RH
SET
°F
T1-K
°F
T2-K
LAL
8
PRESS
3
MODE
PRESS
REC
°F<->°C
HOLD
MODE
% RH
% RH
REC
SET
°F
HAL
T1-T2
7
PRESS
°F
4
MODE
IR-T
PRESS
MODE
% RH
% RH
PRESS
°F
6
MODE
°F
5
°F
IR-T
Figure 2-3. Main Functional Flow Chart
2-3
°F<->°C
REC
°F<->°C
T2-K
HOLD
DP-WB
GPP
Operation
2
Table 2-1 shows the keypad operations for the main functional flow chart of
Figure 2-3.
Screen No.
Mode
Press Mode
Press SET/REC
Press Up/Hold
Press Dwn/ºF<>ºC
1
RH/Temp/IR
Go to RH/TC1/IR
Start/Stop
Record
Enable/Disable
Temp in °F or °C
2
RH/TC1/IR
Go to RH/TC1/TC2
Same
Same
Same
3
RH/TC1/TC2
Go to RH/TC1-TC2/IR
Same
Same
Same
4
RH/TC1-TC2/IR
Go to RH/Temp/TC2
Same
Same
Same
5
RH/Temp/TC2
Go to RH/Emiss/IR
Same
Same
Same
6
RH/Emiss/IR
Go to High Alarm
-------
Increase
Emissivity
Decrease
Emissivity
7
RH-High Alarm
Go to Low Alarm
Enable/Disable Increase High
Alarm
Alarm set point
Decrease High
Alarm set point
8
RH–Low Alarm
Go to Recording
Interval
Enable/Disable Increase Low
Alarm
Alarm set point
Decrease Low
Alarm set point
9
Recording
Interval
Go to Auto Power
Shut off
--------
Auto Power
Shut Off
Go to RH/Temp/IR
Enable/Disable
Power shut off
10
Increase
Recording
Interval
-----------
Decrease
Recording
Interval
----------
Table 2-1. Keypad Flow Chart
2-4
2
Operation
Display Screens
1
2
This display shows the relative humidity, thermocouple input 1 on the
second line, and the infrared temperature on the third line of the display.
3
This display shows the relative humidity, thermocouple input 1 on the
second line, and thermocouple input 2 on the third line of the display.
4
This display shows the relative humidity, differential thermocouple
temperature inputs 1 and 2 (T1-T2), and infrared temperature.
5
This display shows the relative humidity, ambient temperature, and the
second thermocouple input (T2-K).
6
This display shows the relative humidity, Emissivity value for the IR
measurement, and the infrared temperature. You can press the Up and
Down arrow keys to change the Emissivity value.
7
This is the High alarm display screen (HAL). It shows the high alarm set
point for the relative humidity, and the status. You can change the alarm set
point value using the Up and Down arrow keys. You can change the alarm
status (On/Off) by pressing the SET key.
8
This is the Low alarm display screen (LAL). It shows the low alarm set point
for the relative humidity, and the status. You can change the alarm set point
value using the Up and Down arrow keys. You can change the alarm status
(On/Off) by pressing the SET key.
9
This is the recording interval display screen. You can set the recording
interval from 2 to 60 seconds using the Up and Down arrow keys. When the
recording function is initiated (Pressing SET/REC key), the LOG icon will
turn on, and the unit will record relative humidity, ambient temperature,
infrared temperature, and the two thermocouple temperatures per
recording interval in the non-volatile memory.
10
This is the Auto Power shut off display screen. You can turn on/off the auto
power shut off by pressing the SET key.
11
2-5
This is the main display screen when you power up the unit. It displays the
relative humidity (%RH), ambient temperature (ºF) on the second line, and
the non-contact infrared temperature (ºF) on the third line of the display.
The IR-T icon indicates IR temperature measurement. Press and holding the
laser key will turn on the laser beam and the laser icon on the display. There
is a laser cover switch on front of the unit (See Figure 2-1) where by turning
the cover, the laser beam changes from laser circle to laser dot.
This is the main display screen when the data logging function is turned on.
The LOG icon is shown on the display.
12
This display shows the maximum values of the relative humidity, ambient
temperature, and the infrared temperature during the session. You can press
the SET key to reset the Max/Min values.
13
This display shows the minimum values of the relative humidity, ambient
temperature, and the infrared temperature during the session. You can press
the SET key to reset the Max/Min values.
14
This is the main display screen when the Hold function is turned on. The
relative humidity, ambient temperature, and infrared temperature values
are frozen until the Hold key is pressed again to turn off the function.
Operation
2
15
This display screen shows the relative humidity, Dew point temperature
(DP) and the infrared temperature (IR-T).
16
This display screen shows the relative humidity, Wet Bulb temperature
(WB), and the infrared temperature (IR-T).
17
This display screen shows the air moisture content in GPP (Grains per
Pound), ambient temperature, and the infrared temperature. The moisture
content can be displayed in g/Kg when the temperatures are displayed
in ºC.
18
This display shows the status of the wireless radio. It can be turned on/off
using the SET key. When turned on, the RH511 becomes a wireless receiver
and can receive wireless signals from our wireless temperature humidity
transmitter, model CTXL-PT series.
19
This display shows the wireless transmission interval. It can be set to 2, 10,
30, 60, 120 seconds using the Up or Down arrow keys.
20
This display shows the unit ID address. It can set from 00 to 99 using the Up
or Down arrow keys.
2-6
2
Operation
Figure 2-4 shows additional functional flow chart. It demonstrates Hold, Record,
and Min/Max functions, as well as displaying other parameters such as Dew
point, Wet Bulb temperature, and Moisture content (GPP or g/Kg).
ACTIVE KEYS [
]
°F<->°C
MODE
LOG
% RH
MAIN
MENU
°F
°F
11
IR-T
PRESS
HOLD
MAX
% RH
% RH
PRESS
HOLD
IR-T
% RH
PRESS
°F
°F
SET
°F<->°C
REC
MIN/MAX
°F
°F
1
°F
14
°F
IR-T
PRESS
12
IR-T
PRESS
DP-WB
GPP
MIN/MAX
MIN
% RH
% RH
°F
°F
DP
°F
PRESS
°F
15
IR-T
PRESS
DP-WB
GPP
MIN/MAX
SET
°F<->°C
% RH
PRESS
SET
TO RESET
MIN, MAX VALUES
°F
WB
°F
16
IR-T
PRESS
DP-WB
GPP
PRESS
DP-WB
GPP
GPP
°F
°F
IR-T
17
Figure 2-4. Additional Functional Flow Chart
2-7
13
IR-T
Operation
2
Figure 2-5 shows the functional flow chart for the wireless section. This will
allow you to turn on/off the radio, set the transmission interval (2, 10, 30, 60, 120
seconds) and the wireless transmitter ID address (00 to 99).
MAIN MENU
% RH
°F
°F
IR-T
PRESS & HOLD
for 2 seconds
1
MODE
ACTIVE KEYS
SET
18
PRESS
PRESS
MODE
19
MODE
PRESS
MODE
20
Figure 2-5. Wireless Functional Flow Chart
2-8
2
Operation
Figure 2-6 shows the general dimensions of the temperature/RH probe that
connects directly to the RH511 multi-meter.
203.2
(8.0)
54.0
(2.125)
133.4
(5.25)
12.7
(0.50)
DIN
CONNECTOR
STRAIN RELIEF
PLASTIC HANDLE
ALUMINUM SENSOR
PROBE
DIMENSIONS mm (in)
Figure 2-6. General Dimensions of Temperature/RH Probe & Descriptions
Infrared Function
Figure 2-7 shows the optical field of view of the infrared temperature
measurement. You can set the target emissivity from screen no. 6 Fig. 2-3. Simply
aim the infrared lens to the target object, press and hold the laser button to turn
on the laser beam. The laser beam indicates either the center of the target object
(Laser Dot) or the area of the target being measured (Laser circle). There is a 5/8
inch offset between the center of the optical field of view and the laser beam. It
may take a few moments for the IR reading to stabilize. For more details
regarding laser sighting, please refer to Section 5.
Figure 2-8 shows the proper way of measuring infrared target temperature.
DISTANCE: SENSOR TO OBJECT (FT)
1'
2'
* SPOT DIA.(IN)
0'
3'
4'
5'
6.0"
4.8"
3.6"
2.4"
1.2"
LASER
POWER
LINE OF SIGHT OF THE LASER BEAM
.50"@0"
5/8"(1.6cm)
IR
IR-T
°F
°F
TC1/TC2
% RH
LCD BACKLIGHT
LINE OF SIGHT OF THE THERMOMETER
[email protected]"
* SPOT DIAMETER MEASURED AT 90% ENERGY
3.0
* SPOT DIA.(CM)
6.0
D:S = 10:1
9.0
12
15
0
30
60
91
122
DISTANCE: SENSOR TO OBJECT (CM)
Figure 2-7. Infrared Optical Field of View Diagram
2-9
152
2
Operation
FIELD OF VIEW
TARGET SURFACE
ACCEPTABLE
UNACCEPTABLE
Figure 2-8. Positioning Infrared Target Temperature
Hold Function
You can initiate the hold function by pressing the Hold/Up key from the
following display menus:
RH/Temp/IR (Main Menu)
RH/TC1/IR
RH/TC1/TC2
RH/TC1-TC2/IR
RH/Temp/TC2
The hold function freezes the readings on the display. You can un-freeze the
display readings by pressing the Hold/Up key again.
Max/Min Function
RH511 keeps track of Maximum and Minimum values of Relative Humidity,
ambient temperature, and the infrared temperature. From the main menu, press
the Max/Min button to display the maximum values. Press the Max/Min button
again to display the minimum values. During these two display modes, you can
reset the Max/Min values to the current values by pressing the Set key.
Pressing the Max/Min key again will bring you back to the main menu.
Dew Point/ Wet Bulb/ Moisture Content
RH511 calculates and displays the Dew point temperature, wet bulb
temperature, and moisture content. From the main menu, press the
DP/WB/GPP key to display the Dew point temperature. The Dew point icon
display will turn on.
Press the DP/WB/GPP key again, it will display the wet bulb temperature. The
wet bulb temperature display icon will turn on.
Press the DP/WB/GPP key again, it will display the air moisture content in
either GPP (Grains Per Pound) or g/Kg (grams per kilogram).
Press the DP/WB/GPP key again, and it will go back to the main menu.
2-10
2
Operation
Data Logging
You can set the recording interval from one of the display menus as shown in
Figure 2-3. The recording interval can be set from 2 to 60 seconds. You can
initiate logging data (Relative Humidity, Ambient temperature, Infrared
temperature, Thermocouple 1, Thermocouple 2) by pressing the SET/REC key
from the following display menus:
RH/Temp/IR (Main Menu)
RH/TC1/IR
RH/TC1/TC2
RH/TC1-TC2/IR
RH/Temp/TC2
The LOG display icon will turn on. The unit will log the five sets of data until the
internal memory gets full. It will then stop logging data. The LOG display icon
will blink accompanied by a one time 3 beep warning. You can also stop logging
data at any time by pressing the SET/REC key again.
Auto Power Shutoff
The unit has an auto power shutoff feature. When this feature is turned on
(Default is ON), the unit shuts down after 5 minutes if no keys are pressed to
save battery life. You can press the Power button to turn the unit back on.
If the auto power shutoff feature is turned off, the unit will stay on until the user
turns the unit off by pressing the power button.
2-11
Wireless Operations
3
Section 3 – Wireless Operation
The RH511 can communicate with our wireless temperature/RH probe
transmitter model CTXL-PT series. The RH511 becomes a wireless receiver and
can receive & display temperature/RH data from the wireless probe. This option
is very helpful for applications where the probe and the meter can not be
physically connected, or the meter has to monitor multiple wireless probes.
The wireless RH511 comes in two models:
RH511-W9 works with CTXL-PT-W9 915 MHz wireless probe (US & Canada)
RH511-W8 works with CTXL-PT-W8 868 MHz wireless probe (Europe)
Figure 3-1 shows the general dimensions of the wireless temperature/relative
humidity transmitter (Model CTXL-PT series), labels, and descriptions.
69.9
(2.75)
DIMENSIONS mm (in)
TX
WIRELESS
TEMPERATURE/HUMIDITY
TRANSMITTER
–
+
PROBE
USB
PORT
LO-BAT/ERROR
CTXL-PT SERIES
LOW BATTERY
& COMM ERROR
LED INDICATOR
50.8
(2.00)
54.0
(2.125)
5V
100 MA
DC POWER POWER
INPUT ON
–W9(915MHz)
–W8(868MHz)
OFF
CONFIG
Ø.12.7
(0.50)
TEMPERATURE/ HUMIDITY SENSOR PROBE
TRANSMIT LED
INDICATOR
USB PC
INTERFACE
INDICATOR
BATTERY POWER SWITCH
DC ADAPTER INPUT
FCC ID: WR3-CTXLPT
IC: 8205A-CTXLPT
This device complies with Part 15 of
the FCC rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions:
1) This device may not cause harmful
interference;
2) This device must accept any
interference received, including
interference that may cause
undesired operation.
PATENT PENDING
Made in U.S.A.
FCC LABEL
!
Figure 3-1. Model CTXL-PT Series Wireless Temperature/RH Transmitter General
Dimensions, Labels, and Descriptions
The CTXL-PT series takes one 3.6VDC lithium battery to operate. Figure 3-2
shows the battery location on the board once you open the plastic case.
–
J3
+
3.6VDC LITHIUM BATT
J1
D3 D4
J7
S1
Figure 3-2. Model CTXL-PC Battery Location
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Wireless Operation
Figures 3-3 through 3-6 show all the mounting hardware for the wireless
temperature/RH transmitter.
88.9
(3.500)
81.3
(3.200)
63.5
(2.500)
CL
LOCATION
OF CASE
MOUNTING
SCREWS
24.5
34.9 (1.00)
(1.375)
50.8
(2.000)
CL
3.175
(0.125 DIA.)
2 PLCS
MOUNTING
HOLES
DIMENSIONS mm (in)
54.0
(2.125)
22.9
(0.090)
Figure 3-3. General Dimension, Mounting Bracket Plate, CTXL-PT
TWO MOUNTING
CASE SCREWS
WIRELESS TRANSMITTER
TWO 4-40 MOUNTING
BRACKET SCREWS
Figure 3-4. Wireless Transmitter Mounting Bracket Assembly
3-2
Wireless Operation
3
1/4-20 FLAT HEAD SCREW
WASHER & HEX NUT
TWO MOUNTING
CASE SCREWS
WIRELESS TRANSMITTER
Figure 3-5. Wireless Transmitter Bracket With 1/4-20 Mounting Screw
For Tripod Mount
TWO MOUNTING
CASE SCREWS
FOUR #6 FLAT HEAD SELF TAP
MOUNTING SCREWS - DIN RAIL
WIRELESS TRANSMITTER
Figure 3-6. Wireless Transmitter Bracket With DIN Rail Mount Assembly
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4
Software Configuration
Section 4 - Software Configuration
You can use the Configuration software to download/erase recorded data from the
RH511. You can also use the same software to change the wireless configuration of
the RH511 (receiver), and the wireless probe transmitter, CTXL-PT.
The wireless transmitter and receiver have the following factory default
configuration:
Transmission time interval: 2 seconds
Channel Frequency: 915 MHz (US & Canada) or 868 MHz (Europe)
Unit ID: 00 (Both transmitter & receiver)
The user does not have to do any configuration to the transmitter or the receiver
if the factory configuration is satisfactory. However, if the user wants to change
the configuration, then you need to run the configuration software that comes
with the unit. Through the configuration software, the user can change the
transmission interval, channel frequency and the unit ID number. First install the
configuration software on your PC.
Configuring the Wireless Transmitter – Turn off the battery power. Connect the
transmitter to the USB port of the PC with the cable provided. Run the
configuration software. Figure 4-1 shows the main menu of the software. The
buttons and the menu selections are described as follows:
Save – It will save the new settings to the transmitter.
Read – It will read the current settings of the transmitter. It will display the
current temperature & relative humidity of the probe.
Settings – It will take you to the communication settings menu.
Frequency – You can select between 910/ 915/920 MHz frequencies.
Time interval – You can select from 2 seconds up to 2 minutes.
Unit ID - You can select a unit ID from 00 to 99.
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Figure 4-1. Wireless Transmitter, Main Menu
Software Configuration
4
You can have up to a total of 100 wireless transmitters in one location with
different unit ID numbers, so that there will not be any conflict between any of
the transmitters.
If you select the Broadcast option, the transmitter will transmit to any receiver in
the area at the same frequency regardless of its unit ID number. After saving the
new configuration, exit the program. Un-plug the transmitter from the USB port,
turn the battery power back on and you are good to go.
Configuring the Wireless Meter (Receiver) – Connect the RH511 meter to the
USB port of the PC with the cable provided. Run the configuration software.
Figure 4-2 shows the main menu of the software. The buttons and the menu
selections are described as follows:
Save – It will save the new settings to the meter.
Read – It will read the current settings of the meter. Please note that the display
reading is grayed out since RH511 displays the current readings.
Settings – It will take you to the communication settings menu
Frequency – You can select between 910/915/920 MHz frequencies. Please note
that Time interval & Unit ID are grayed out since the user can change these
settings on the RH511 meter.
Upload – It will download logged data from RH511 to the PC.
Erase – It will erase logged data from the RH511 meter.
Figure 4-2. Wireless Receiver (Meter), Main Menu
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Software Configuration
You can have up to a total of 100 wireless receivers (meters) in one location with
different unit ID numbers, so that there will not be any conflict between any of
the receivers.
In order for a pair of wireless transmitter and receiver to communicate properly,
the time interval, channel frequency and the unit ID should be the same for both.
Probe Humidity Calibration
You can calibrate the probe for humidity at 33 & 75% RH. Simply, plug in the
values the probe reads at these two calibration points, and click “Calibrate” to
complete the humidity calibration. This calibration applies both to the wired
probe and the wireless probe.
Clicking “Defaults” will reset the humidity probe to the Factory calibration.
Figure 4-3 shows the settings menu for selecting the COM port, and the
temperature Engineering unit.
Figure 4-3. Settings Menu (Transmitter/Receiver)
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Laser Sighting
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Section 5 - Laser Sighting
CAUTION:
You may receive harmful laser radiation exposure if you do
not adhere to the following warnings:
• Use of controls or adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified here may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
• Do not look at the laser beam coming out of the lens or
view directly with optical instruments. Eye damage can result.
• Use extreme caution when operating the laser sighting.
• Never point the laser beam at a person.
• Do not attempt to open the meter. There are no user
serviceable parts inside.
• Keep out of reach of all children.
5.1 Description
The laser sighting is built into the handheld meter. It provides a visual indication
of the field of view of the thermometer. There is a laser switch in front of the
instrument. It switches between laser dot and circle when the laser beam is
turned on. Figure 2-1 shows the laser warning label, the location of the laser
dot/circle switch, and all the controls.
5.2 Operating the Laser Sighting
The laser sighting provides a visual indication of the optical field of view of the
thermometer when measuring non-contact temperatures. The following
procedure lists all the steps necessary to measure non-contact temperatures
using laser sighting:
• Set the target Emissivity from the display menus.
• Aim the optical lens to the target object.
• Press & hold the Laser key on the front membrane keypad. The laser beam will
turn on, and the LCD display will show the laser icon. Once the laser key is
released, the laser beam will turn off, and the laser icon will turn off from the
display.
• You can set the laser switch to laser dot or circle. The laser dot indicates the
center of the target, the laser circle indicates the perimeter of the area of the
target being measured. Figure 5-1 shows the two laser configurations.
• Simply release the laser key on the membrane keypad. It will turn off the laser
beam and the laser icon indication on the display.
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5
Laser Sighting
TM
Laser Dot
Laser Circle
Figure 5-1 Two Laser Configurations
5-12
Specifications
6
Section 6 - Specifications
GENERAL
Sensor Probe Relative Humidity
Range:
2 to 98% RH
Accuracy:
2.5% RH (15 to 85% RH @ room temperature)
Resolution:
0.1% RH
Sensor Probe Temperature
Range:
Accuracy:
Resolution:
Infrared Temperature
Range:
Accuracy:
Resolution:
Optical Field of View:
Emissivity:
-20 to 70ºC (-4 to 158ºF)
1ºC (2ºF)
0.1ºC or ºF
-20 to 510ºC (-4 to 950ºF)
2% of Rdg or 4ºF at Emissivity of 0.95 or greater
and ambient temperature of 75ºF
1ºC or ºF
10 to 1
Adjustable from 1.00 to 0.10 in 0.01 steps
Thermocouple Input:
Range:
Accuracy:
Resolution:
Input Connection:
Thermocouple Open:
Two, K types
-100 to 1000ºC (-148 to 1832ºF)
2ºC (4ºF)
1ºC or ºF
SMP connector
Upscale, display shows “----“
Dew Point Temperature:
Set via keypad (ºC or ºF)
Wet Bulb Temperature:
Set via keypad (ºC or ºF)
Moisture Content:
Set via keypad (GPP, g/Kg)
Hold Function:
Enable/disable via keypad
Max/Min Function:
Set via keypad
Data Logging
Number of Data Points:
Number of Channels:
Data Recording Interval:
8190 sets of data points per channel
Five – Relative Humidity, ambient temperature,
Infrared temperature, Thermocouple 1,
Thermocouple 2
Set via keypad, 2 to 60 seconds
LCD Backlight:
Set via keypad, ON for 10 seconds
PC Interface:
USB, 115200 baud rate, 8-bit Data, 1 Stop bit,
No Parity
Response time (Humidity):
8 seconds, 0 to 63% of final value
Power:
6 AA size 1.5V Alkaline batteries,
or 9 Vdc adapter
Battery Life:
250 hours, continuous (wireless turned off)
150 hours, continuous (wireless turned on)
AC Adapter:
Standard – 100 to 240 Vac,
50-60 Hz UL, CE, FCC marking
9V @ 1.7A
Center positive, coax 2.0/5.5/10mm
Output Voltage:
Output Plug (Female):
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Specification
Operating Ambient
Environment:
0 to 50ºC (32 to 122ºF)
0 to 90% RH, non-condensing
General Dimensions:
101 W x 203 H x 51mm D (4 x 8 x 2")
Tripod Mount:
1/4-20 UNC
Soft Carrying Case:
Standard
Weight:
650 g (1.4 lbs)
LASER SIGHTING
Wave length (Color):
630 to 670 nm (Red)
Operating Distance
Laser Dot:
Laser Circle:
Up to 30 feet
Up to 15 feet
Max Optical Power Output:
Less than 1 mW at 75ºF ambient temperature,
Class II Laser product
European Classification:
Class 2, EN60825-1
Maximum Operating Current: 25 mA @ 3.3V
FDA Classification:
Complies with 21 CFR Chapter 1, subchapter J
Beam Diameter:
5mm
Beam Divergence:
<2 mrad
Laser Configuration:
Dot/circle switchable
Laser Power Switch:
Laser button from the keypad
Laser Power Indicator:
Laser icon on the display
Identification Label:
Located on the bottom of the meter
Warning & Certification Label: Located on the left side of the meter
WIRELESS TRANSMITTER
Sensor Probe Relative Humidity
Range:
2 to 98% RH
Accuracy:
2.5% RH (15 to 85% RH @ room temperature)
Resolution:
0.1% RH
Sensor Probe Temperature
Range:
Accuracy:
Resolution:
6-2
-20 to 50ºC (-4 to 122ºF)
1ºC (2ºF)
0.1ºC or ºF
Transmit Time Interval:
2 seconds – default, 10 seconds,
30 seconds, 1 minute, 2 minutes
Radio Frequency:
ISM 915 MHz or ISM 868 MHz
RF Power Output:
5 dBm (3.16 mW)
Specifications
Approvals
CTXL-PT-W9:
CTXL-PT-W8:
RH511-W9:
RH511-W8:
FCC, Class A, 915 MHz (US & Canada)
CE, 868 MHz (Europe)
Receiver, 915 MHz (US & Canada)
Receiver, 868 MHz (Europe)
RF Link Range
Outdoor, Line of Sight:
Indoor/urban:
Up to 90 m (300')
Up to 33.5 m (110')
PC Interface:
USB, 115200 baud rate, 8-bit Data,
1 Stop bit, No Parity
Operating Environment:
-20 to 50°C (-4 to 122°F), 2 to 98% RH
LED Indicators
Green LED:
Red LED:
6
Transmit indication, blinks every time interval
Low Battery and other communication error
indications
Power:
One 3.6 Vdc AA size Lithium Battery,
2400 mAH capacity or Optional AC adapter
Battery Life:
1 year typical at transmitting every minute
6 months typical at transmitting every 2 seconds
Dimensions:
70 x 51 x 20 mm (2.75 x 2 x 0.8")
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Error Codes
Section 7 - Error Codes
Transmitter Error Codes
The wireless transmitter uses the Red LED to provide different error information
to the user and to the wireless receiver as follows:
2 Red LED Blinks means there is an RF communication error such as Framing,
CRC, buffer overflow, etc.
3 Red LED Blinks means that the transmitter fails to communicate with the
sensor probe
4 Red LED Blinks means Low Battery indication.
The highest priority error code is 2 blinks for RF communication error. The
lowest priority error code is 4 blinks to indicate low battery. If multiple errors
occur at the same time such as bad sensor probe and low battery, the
transmitter's red LED will blink 3 times. Only when this error clears, then the
transmitter's red LED will blink 4 times to indicate the low battery. The red LED
error reporting occurs every 30 seconds regardless of the transmission time
interval.
Receiver (Multi-meter) Error Codes
The wireless meter basically reflects all the error codes of the wireless transmitter
on the display as different icons:
E1 means No good message has been received from the transmitter within 4
transmission time intervals (like 4 minutes for 1 minute time interval), or 30
seconds minimum. The receiver will continue to search for the transmitter’s
message 10 more minutes before deciding that the transmitter is either off, out of
order, or out of range at which point the receiver will shut itself off to conserve
power.
If the wireless transmitter is back on line after 10 minutes, then the user needs to
un-plug the receiver from the recorder and plug it back in to reset the wireless
receiver.
E2 means there is an RF communication error such as Framing,
CRC, buffer overflow, etc.
E3 means that the transmitter fails to communicate with the
sensor probe
E4 means the transmitter’s Battery is low.
The highest priority error code is E1 for No good message from the
transmitter. The lowest priority error code is E4 to indicate transmitter’s low
battery.
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Statement on FCC and CE Marking
8
Section 8- Statement on FCC and CE Marking
FCC – USA & Canada
FCC ID: WR3-CTXLPT
IC: 8205A-CTXLPT
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Omega Engineering, Inc.
could void user’s authority to operate this equipment.
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
International Usage & CE Marking (Pending)
The Wireless CTXL (868 MHz mode) Series system components are CE marked
and certified for use in several European countries. Please contact OMEGA for
information on International Regulatory Compliance for each country.
It is your (the user’s) responsibility to insure that these products are operated
within the guidelines here in this manual and in conformance with all local or
national regulations and laws.
PRE-CAUTIONS - Transmitter Operation
• Do not operate your wireless device outside the recommended
environmental limits specified in this manual.
• Do not operate your wireless device in flammable or explosive
environments.
• Do not operate your wireless device in medical, nuclear, or other
dangerous applications.
• No co-location with other radio transmitters is allowed. By definition, colocation is when another radio device or it's antenna is located within
20 cm of your wireless device and can transmit simultaneously.
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Statement on FCC and CE Marking
• Do not install two wireless CTXL transmitters within 20 cm of each other.
• Do not operate your wireless transmitter closer than 20 cm to nearby
persons.
PRE-CAUTIONS - Battery Operation
Your wireless transmitter (CTXL-PT Series) is supplied with one AA size 3.6V
Lithium battery (Omega p/n OM-NOMAD-BATT). This battery is not rechargeable. An optional 5V DC adapter is available (Omega p/n UNIV-AC100/240-5V) for permanent power installation.
• Do not operate your wireless transmitter with any other battery other
than what is specified in this manual.
• Do not place the battery in fire or heat the battery.
• Do not solder to or short the battery terminals
• Do not disassemble or modify the battery.
• Dispose of your discharged batteries in accordance with your local, state,
and national laws.
8-2
RH511 Meter
NOTES:
8-3
RH511 Meter
NOTES:
8-4
WARRANTY/DISCLAIMER
OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC. warrants this unit to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a
period of 13 months from date of purchase. OMEGA’s WARRANTY adds an additional one (1) month
grace period to the normal ONE (1) year product warranty to cover handling and shipping time. This
ensures that OMEGA’s customers receive maximum coverage on each product.
If the unit malfunctions, it must be returned to the factory for evaluation. OMEGA’s Customer Service
Department will issue an Authorized Return (AR) number immediately upon phone or written request.
Upon examination by OMEGA, if the unit is found to be defective, it will be repaired or replaced at no
charge. OMEGA’s WARRANTY does not apply to defects resulting from any action of the purchaser,
including but not limited to mishandling, improper interfacing, operation outside of design limits,
improper repair, or unauthorized modification. This WARRANTY is VOID if the unit shows evidence of
having been tampered with or shows evidence of having been damaged as a result of excessive corrosion;
or current, heat, moisture or vibration; improper specification; misapplication; misuse or other operating
conditions outside of OMEGA’s control. Components in which wear is not warranted, include but are not
limited to contact points, fuses, and triacs.
OMEGA is pleased to offer suggestions on the use of its various products. However,
OMEGA neither assumes responsibility for any omissions or errors nor assumes liability for any
damages that result from the use of its products in accordance with information provided by
OMEGA, either verbal or written. OMEGA warrants only that the parts manufactured by the
company will be as specified and free of defects. OMEGA MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OR
REPRESENTATIONS OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, EXCEPT THAT OF
TITLE, AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED. LIMITATION OF
LIABILITY: The remedies of purchaser set forth herein are exclusive, and the total liability of
OMEGA with respect to this order, whether based on contract, warranty, negligence,
indemnification, strict liability or otherwise, shall not exceed the purchase price of the
component upon which liability is based. In no event shall OMEGA be liable for
consequential, incidental or special damages.
CONDITIONS: Equipment sold by OMEGA is not intended to be used, nor shall it be used: (1) as a “Basic
Component” under 10 CFR 21 (NRC), used in or with any nuclear installation or activity; or (2) in medical
applications or used on humans. Should any Product(s) be used in or with any nuclear installation or
activity, medical application, used on humans, or misused in any way, OMEGA assumes no responsibility
as set forth in our basic WARRANTY/DISCLAIMER language, and, additionally, purchaser will indemnify
OMEGA and hold OMEGA harmless from any liability or damage whatsoever arising out of the use of the
Product(s) in such a manner.
RETURN REQUESTS/INQUIRIES
Direct all warranty and repair requests/inquiries to the OMEGA Customer Service Department. BEFORE
RETURNING ANY PRODUCT(S) TO OMEGA, PURCHASER MUST OBTAIN AN AUTHORIZED RETURN
(AR) NUMBER FROM OMEGA’S CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT (IN ORDER TO AVOID
PROCESSING DELAYS). The assigned AR number should then be marked on the outside of the return
package and on any correspondence.
The purchaser is responsible for shipping charges, freight, insurance and proper packaging to prevent
breakage in transit.
FOR WARRANTY RETURNS, please have the follow
FOR NON-WARRANTY REPAIRS, consult OMEGA
ing information available BEFORE contacting OMEGA: for current repair charges. Have the following
information available BEFORE contacting OMEGA:
1. Purchase Order number under which the product
was PURCHASED,
1. Purchase Order number to cover the COST
of the repair,
2. Model and serial number of the product under warranty, and
2. Model and serial number of the product, and
3. Repair instructions and/or specific problems
3. Repair instructions and/or specific problems
relative to the product.
relative to the product.
OMEGA’s policy is to make running changes, not model changes, whenever an improvement is possible. This affords
our customers the latest in technology and engineering.
OMEGA is a registered tradÏemark of OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC.
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