3114V101_UK
3114
Isolated Universal
Converter
No. 3114V101-UK
DK
PR electronics A/S tilbyder et bredt program af analoge og digitale
signalbehandlingsmoduler til industriel automation. Programmet
består af Isolatorer, Displays, Ex-barrierer, Temperaturtransmittere,
Universaltransmittere mfl. Vi har modulerne, du kan stole på i selv
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UK
PR electronics A/S offers a wide range of analogue and digital
signal conditioning devices for industrial automation. The product
range includes Isolators, Displays, Ex Interfaces, Temperature
Transmitters, and Multifunctional Devices. You can trust our
products in the most extreme environments with electrical noise,
vibrations and temperature fluctuations, and all products comply
with the most exacting international standards. »Signals the Best«
is the epitome of our philosophy – and your guarantee for quality.
FR
PR electronics A/S offre une large gamme de produits pour le
traite­
ment des signaux analogiques et numériques dans tous
les domaines industriels. La gamme de produits s’étend des
transmetteurs de température aux afficheurs, des isolateurs aux
interfaces SI, jusqu’aux modules universels. Vous pouvez compter
sur nos produits même dans les conditions d’utilisation sévères,
p.ex. bruit électrique, vibrations et fluctuations de température.
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an analogen und digitalen Signalverarbeitungsgeräte für die in­
dustrielle Automatisierung. Dieses Programm umfasst Displays,
Temperaturtransmitter, Ex- und galvanische Signaltrenner, und
Universalgeräte. Sie können unsere Geräte auch unter extremen
Einsatzbedingungen wie elektrisches Rauschen, Erschütterungen
und Temperaturschwingungen vertrauen, und alle Produkte von
PR electronics werden in Überein­stimmung mit den strengsten
internationalen Normen produziert. »Signals the Best« ist Ihre
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isolated universal converter
3114
contents
Warning...........................................................................................
Safety instructions...........................................................................
UL installation.............................................................................
cFMus installation in Division 2 or Zone 2.................................
IECEx, ATEX installation in Zone 2.............................................
Flexible supply................................................................................
Mounting and demounting of system 3000....................................
Installation on DIN rail.....................................................................
Supply of power rail........................................................................
Side label.........................................................................................
Highlights........................................................................................
Advanced features..........................................................................
Applications.....................................................................................
Technical characteristics.................................................................
Product overview............................................................................
PR 4501 Display / programming front............................................
ConfigMate 4590 adapter...............................................................
Display readout on the 4501 of sensor error detection
and input signal outside range...................................................
Sensor error detection limits...........................................................
Error indications..............................................................................
Connections....................................................................................
Installation on power rail.................................................................
Marking............................................................................................
LED indication.................................................................................
Default configuration.......................................................................
Configuration / operating the function keys..................................
Routing diagram..............................................................................
Routing diagram, Advanced settings (ADV.SET).............................
Scrolling help text in display line 3.................................................
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Warning
GENERAL
To avoid the risk of electric shock and fire, the safety instructions
of this manual must be observed and the guidelines fol­lowed.
The specifications must not be exceeded, and the device must
only be applied as described in the following.
Prior to the commissioning of the device, this manual must be
examined carefully.
Only qualified personnel (technicians) should install this device.
If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the
manufacturer, the protection provided by the equipment may
be impaired.
Until the device is fixed, do not connect hazardous voltages to
the device.
Repair of the device must be done by PR electronics A/S
only.
Warning
HAZARDOUS
VOLTAGE
In applications where hazardous voltage is connected to in-/
outputs of the device, sufficient spacing or isolation from wires,
terminals and enclosure to surroundings (incl. neighbouring
devices), must be ensured to maintain protection against electric
shock.
The connector behind the front cover of 3114 is connected to the
input terminals on which dangerous voltages can occur.
CAUTION
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Potential electrostatic charging hazard.
explosion due to electrostatic charging
not handle the units unless the area is
appropriate safety measures are taken
discharge.
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To avoid the risk of
of the enclosure, do
known to be safe, or
to avoid electrostatic
Symbol identification
Triangle with an exclamation mark: Read the manual before installation
and commissioning of the device in order to avoid incidents that could
lead to personal injury or mechanical damage.
The CE mark proves the compliance of the device with the essential
requirements of the directives.
Ex devices have been approved according to the ATEX directive for use
in connection with installations in explosive areas.
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Safety instructions
Receipt and unpacking
Unpack the device without damaging it and check whether the device type
corresponds to the one ordered. The packing should always follow the device
until this has been permanently mounted.
Environment
Avoid direct sunlight, dust, high temperatures, mechanical vibrations and shock,
as well as rain and heavy moisture. If necessary, heating in excess of the stated
limits for ambient temperatures should be avoided by way of ventilation. All
devices can be used for Measurement Category II and Pollution Degree 2. The
module is designed to be safe at least under an altitude up to 2 000 m.
Mounting
Only technicians who are familiar with the technical terms, warnings, and
in­structions in the manual and who are able to follow these should connect the
device.
Should there be any doubt as to the correct handling of the device, please
contact your local distributor or, alternatively,
PR electronics A/S
www.prelectronics.com
Mounting and connection of the device should comply with national legislation
for mounting of electric materials, i.e. wire cross section, protective fuse, and
location.
Descriptions of input / output and supply connections are shown in this manual
and on the side label.
The device is provided with field wiring terminals and shall be supplied from a
Power Supply having double / reinforced insulation. A power switch should be
easily accessible and close to the device. The power switch shall be marked as
the disconnecting unit for the device.
SYSTEM 3000 must be mounted on a DIN rail according to EN 60715.
UL installation
Use 60/75°C copper conducters only.
Wire size...................................................... AWG 26-12
UL file number............................................. E314307
The device is an Open Type Listed Process Control Equipment. To prevent injury
resulting from accessability to live parts the equipment must be installed in an
enclosure.
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The power supply unit must comply with NEC Class 2, as described by the
National Electrical Code® (ANSI / NFPA 70).
cFMus installation in Division 2 or Zone 2
Class I, Div. 2, Group A, B, C, D T4 or I, Zone 2, AEx nA IIC T4 or Ex nA IIC T4.
In class I, Division 2 or Zone 2 installations, the subject equipment shall be
mounted within a tool-secured enclosure which is capable of accepting one or
more of Class I, Division 2 wiring methods specified in the National Electrical
Code (ANSI/NFPA 70) or in Canada in the Canadian Electrical Code (C22.1).
The 3000 System Isolators and Converters must be connected to limited output
NEC Class 2 circuits, as outlined in the National Electrical Code® (ANSI /
NFPA 70), only. If the devices are connected to a redundant power supply (two
separate power supplies), both must meet this requirement.
Where installed in outdoor or potentially wet locations the enclosure shall at a
minimum meet the requirements of IP54.
Warning: Substitution of components may impair suitability for zone 2 / division 2.
Warning: To prevent ignition of the explosive atmospheres, disconnect power
before servicing and do not separate connectors when energised and an
explosive gas mixture is present.
Warning: Do not mount or remove devices from the power rail when an explosive
gas mixture is present.
IECEx, ATEX installation in Zone 2
IECEx KEM 10.0068 X.......... Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
KEMA 10ATEX0147 X............ II 3G Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
For safe installation the following must be observed. The device shall only be
installed by qualified personnel who are familiar with the national and international
laws, directives and standards that apply to this area.
Year of manufacture can be taken from the first two digits in the serial number.
The devices shall be installed in a suitable enclosure providing a degree of
protection of at least IP54 according to EN60529, taking into account the
environmental conditions under which the equipment will be used.
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When the temperature under rated conditions exceeds 70°C at the cable or
conduit entry point, or 80°C at the branching point of the conductors, the
temperature specification of the selected cable shall be in compliance with the
actual measured temperature.
Provisions shall be made to prevent the rated voltage from being exceeded by
transient disturbances of more than 40%.
For installation on power rail in zone 2, only Power Rail type 9400 supplied by
Power Control Unit type 9410 is allowed.
To prevent ignition of the explosive atmospheres, disconnect power before
servicing and do not separate connectors when energised and an explosive gas
mixture is present.
Do not mount or remove devices from the power rail when an explosive gas
mixture is present.
Cleaning
When disconnected, the device may be cleaned with a cloth moistened with
distilled water.
Liability
To the extent the instructions in this manual are not strictly observed, the
customer cannot advance a demand against PR electronics A/S that would
otherwise exist according to the concluded sales agreement.
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Flexible supply
The units can be supplied with 24
VDC±30% via direct wiring and a loop
between the devices. This permits the
supply of up to 130 units.
The power connector unit 3405 is a
standalone supply unit which supplies
the power rail. With 3405, up to 100
units can be supplied.
Protective fuse: 2.5 A.
Protective fuse: 2.5 A.
Protective fuse: 0.4 A.
Protective fuse: PR 9410.
Alternatively, the 24 V supply voltage can
be distributed via a power rail that receives
the voltage from another connected unit
(3103, -04, -05, -08, -09, or -14). In this
way up to 20 units can be supplied.
With the power control unit
9410 redundant supply is
possible. This solution can
supply up to 200 units.
Fuse characteristics: The 2.5 A fuse must break after not more than 120 seconds
at 6.4 A.
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Mounting and demounting of system 3000
Picture 1:
Mounting on DIN rail / power rail.
Click the device onto the rail
Picture 2:
Demounting from DIN rail / power rail .
First, remember to demount the connectors with
hazardous voltages. Detach the device from the rail
by lifting the bottom lock.
Picture 3:
Wire size 0.13 x 2.5 mm2 stranded wire.
Screw terminal torque 0.5 Nm.
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Installation on DIN rail
To avoid short circuit between the power rail connectors on the 3000 devices
and the screws holding the 7.5 mm DIN rail, the head of the screws shall be
no more than 3.5 mm high.
35 mm
> 24 mm
< 3,5 mm
Supply of power rail
It is possible to supply the power rail via the supply terminals.
The terminals can pass a current of max. 400 mA.
Side label
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Terminal numbers
Type no.
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Pin
connections
Approvals
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Isolated universal converter
3114
Highlights
• Input for RTD, TC, Ohm, potentiometer, mA and V
• 2-wire supply > 15 V
• I.S. approvals: FM Div. 2, ATEX Zone 2, IECEx Zone 2
• Output for current and voltage
Advanced features
Programmable by way of detachable display front (4501) and ConfigMate 4590,
process calibration, signal simulation, password protection, error diagnostics
and help text available in several languages.
Applications
• Linearised, electronic temperature measurement with RTD or TC sensor.
• Conversion of linear resistance variation to a standard analogue current /
voltage signal, i.e. from solenoids and butterfly valves or linear movements with
attached potentiometer.
• Power supply and signal isolator for 2-wire transmitters.
• Process control with standard analogue output.
• Galvanic separation of analogue signals and measurement of floating signals.
Technical characteristics
• When 3114 is used in combination with the 4501 display / programming front
and ConfigMate 4590, all operational parameters can be modified to suit any
application. As the 3114 is designed with electronic hardware switches, it is not
necessary to open the device for setting of DIP-switches.
• A green front LED indicates normal operation and malfunction.
• Continuous check of vital stored data for safety reasons.
• 3-port 2.5 kVAC galvanic isolation.
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Product overview
PR type no.
3114
PR product name
Isolated universal converter
Description
Universal DC / DC and temperature
converter with loop supply output
Parameterisation
4501 / ConfigMate 4590
Input signal
RTD, TC and potentiometer
2-, 3-, and 4-wire
0...10 V
0...20 mA
Sensor type
All standard Pt, Ni, TC
CJC sensor
Internal Pt100
Loop supply output
> 15 V
@ 20 mA
Output signal (active)
0...20 mA / 0...10 V
Approvals
UL, safety / FM Div. 2 / ATEX zone 2 /
IECEx Zone 2 / DNV, marine / GL, marine
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PR 4501 Display / programming front
Functionality
The simple and easily understandable menu structure and the
explanatory help texts guide you effortlessly and automatically
through the configuration steps, thus making the product very easy
to use. Functions and configuration options are described in the
section ”Configuration /operating the function keys”.
Application
• Communications interface for modification of operational parameters in 3114.
• Can be moved from one 3114 device to another and download the configuration
of the first device to subsequent devices.
Technical characteristics
• LCD display with 4 lines; Line 1 (H=5.57 mm) shows input signal, line 2 (H=3.33
mm) shows units, line 3 (H=3.33 mm) shows analogue output or tag no. and line
4 shows communication status.
• Programming access can be blocked by assigning a password. The password
is saved in the device in order to ensure a high degree of protection against
unauthorised modifications to the configuration.
Mounting / installation
• Click 4501 into the adapter ConfigMate 4590 and connect the adapter to 3114.
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ConfigMate 4590 adapter
Connect the adapter by opening the front plate on 3114 and inserting the jack
into the plug.
3114
4590
Once configuration of the device with 4501 has been terminated, the parameters
can be transferred into the PC-based PReset program. The included USB cable
is connected between ConfigMate 4590 and the USB port of the computer and
the PC will then automatically retrieve
the necessary driver from the internet.
For further instructions regarding use of
the PReset software, please consult the
manual for PReset 5909.
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Order codes:
3114 = Isolated universal converter
4501 = Display / programming front
4590 = ConfigMate adapter
Electrical specifications:
Specifications range..................................... -25°C to +70°C
Common specifications:
Supply voltage, universal.............................
Max. consumption.......................................
Fuse..............................................................
Isolation voltage, test / working...................
Communications interface...........................
16.8...31.2 VDC
1.2 W
400 mA SB / 250 VAC
2.5 kVAC / 300 VAC / 250 VAC (Ex)
Programming front 4501 /
ConfigMate 4590
Signal / noise ratio....................................... Min. 60 dB (0...100 kHz)
Response time (0...90%, 100...10%):
Temperature input.................................... 1 s
mA / V input............................................. 400 ms
Calibration temperature............................... 20...28°C
Accuracy, the greater of the general and basic values:
Input
type
All
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General values
Absolute
Temperature
accuracy
coefficient
≤ ±0.1% of span
≤ ±0.01% of span / °C
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Basic values
Input
type
Basic
accuracy
Temperature
coefficient
mA
0...1 V & 0.2...1 V
≤ ±16 µA
≤ ±0.8 mV
≤ ±1.6 µA / °C
≤ ±0.08 mV / °C
0...5 V, 1...5 V,
0...10 V & 2...10 V
≤ ±8 mV
≤ ±0.8 mV / °C
Pt100, Pt200,
Pt 1000
≤ ±0.2°C
≤ ±0.02°C / °C
Pt500, Ni100,
Ni120, Ni 1000
≤ ±0.3°C
≤ ±0.03°C / °C
Pt50, Pt400, Ni50
≤ ±0.4°C
≤ ±0.04°C / °C
Pt250, Pt300
≤ ±0.6°C
≤ ±0.06°C / °C
Pt20
≤ ±0.8°C
≤ ±0.08°C / °C
Pt10
≤ ±1.4°C
≤ ±0.14°C / °C
TC type:
E, J, K, L, N, T, U
≤ ±1°C
≤ ±0.1°C / °C
TC type: R, S, W3,
W5, LR
≤ ±2°C
≤ ±0.2°C / °C
TC type: B
160...400°C
≤ ±4.5°C
≤ ±0.45°C / °C
TC type: B
400...1820°C
≤ ±2°C
≤ ±0.2°C / °C
Conducted RF/LF immunity influence................. < ±0.5% of span
Extended EMC immunity:
ESD / HF / Burst / Surge immunity influence...... < ±1% of span
Auxiliary supplies:
2-wire supply (terminal 3 and 4)...................
Max. wire size...............................................
Screw terminal torque..................................
Relative humidity..........................................
Dimensions...................................................
Protection degree.........................................
Weight..........................................................
25...15 VDC / 0...20 mA
0.13...2.5 mm2 stranded wire
0.5 Nm
< 95% RH (non-cond.)
113 x 6.1 x 115 mm
IP20
70 g
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RTD, linear resistance and potentiometer input:
Input
type
Min.
value
Max.
value
Standard
Pt100
Ni100
Lin. R
Potentiometer
-200°C
-60°C
0Ω
10 Ω
+850°C
+250°C
10000 Ω
100 kΩ
IEC60751
DIN 43760
-
Input for RTD types:
Pt10, Pt20, Pt50, Pt100, Pt200, Pt250, Pt300, Pt400, Pt500, Pt1000
Ni50, Ni100, Ni120, Ni1000
Cable resistance per wire (max.), RTD......... 50 Ω
Sensor current, RTD..................................... Nom. 0.2 mA
Effect of sensor cable resistance
(3- / 4-wire), RTD.......................................... < 0.002 Ω / Ω
Sensor error detection, RTD........................ Yes
Short circuit detection, RTD......................... < 15 Ω
TC input:
Type
B
E
J
K
L
N
R
S
T
U
W3
W5
LR
Min.
value
0°C
-100°C
-100°C
-180°C
-200°C
-180°C
-50°C
-50°C
-200°C
-200°C
0°C
0°C
-200°C
Max.
value
Standard
+1820°C
+1000°C
+1200°C
+1372°C
+900°C
+1300°C
+1760°C
+1760°C
+400°C
+600°C
+2300°C
+2300°C
+800°C
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
DIN 43710
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
DIN 43710
ASTM E988-90
ASTM E988-90
GOST 3044-84
Cold junction compensation (CJC)
via internal CJC sensor............................ ±(2.0°C + 0.4°C * Δt)
Δt = internal temperature - ambient temperature
Sensor error detection, all TC types............ Yes
Sensor error current:
when detecting........................................ Nom. 2 μA
else........................................................... 0 μA
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Current input:
Measurement range.....................................
Programmable measurement ranges...........
Input resistance............................................
Sensor error detection:
Loop break 4...20 mA..............................
0...20 mA
0...20 and 4...20 mA
Nom. 20 Ω + PTC 50 Ω
Yes
Voltage input:
Measurement range..................................... 0...12 VDC
Programmable measurement ranges........... 0...1 / 0.2...1 / 0...5 / 1...5 /
0...10 and 2...10 VDC
Input resistance............................................ Nom. 10 MΩ
Current output:
Signal range (span).......................................
Programmable signal ranges.......................
Load (max.)...................................................
Load stability................................................
Sensor error detection.................................
NAMUR NE 43 Upscale / Downscale..........
Output limitation:
on 4...20 and 20...4 mA signals...............
on 0...20 and 20...0 mA signals...............
Current limit..................................................
0...20 mA
0...20 / 4...20 / 20...0 / 20...4 mA
20 mA / 600 Ω / 15 VDC
≤ 0.01% of span / 100 Ω
0 / 3.5 / 23 mA / none
23 mA / 3.5 mA
3.8...20.5 mA
0...20.5 mA
≤ 28 mA
Voltage output:
Signal range................................................. 0...10 VDC
Programmable signal ranges....................... 0...1 / 0.2...1 / 0...10 / 0...5 / 1...5 /
2...10 / 1...0 / 1...0.2 / 5...0 / 5...1 /
10...0 og 10...2 V
Load (min.).................................................... >10 kΩ
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Approvals
Det Norske Veritas, Ships & Offshore..........
Germanischer Lloyd.....................................
ATEX 94/9/EC...............................................
IECEx............................................................
cFMus...........................................................
EMC 2004/108/EC.......................................
LVD 2006/95/EC...........................................
UL, Standard for Safety...............................
Safe Isolation................................................
Stand. f. Certification No. 2.4
V1-7-2
EN 60079-0, -15
IEC 60079-0, -15
FM 3600, 3611, 3810
CSA E60079-0, -15
CSA 22.2 -213
EN 61326-1
EN 61010-1:2001
UL 61010-1
EN 61140
of span = of the currently selected measurement range
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Display readout on the 4501 of sensor error detection and input
signal outside range
Sensor error check:
Device:
3114
Input
VOLT
CURR
LIN.R
POTM
TEMP
Configuration
OUT.ERR=NONE.
Else:
Sensor error detection:
OFF
ON
Outside range readout (IN.LO, IN.HI):
If the valid range of the A/D converter or the polynomial is exceeded
Range
Readout
Limit
IN.LO
< -25 mV
0...1 V / 0.2...1 V
IN.HI
> 1.2 V
IN.LO
< -25 mV
0...10 V / 2...10 V
IN.HI
> 12 V
IN.LO
< -1.05 mA
0...20 mA / 4...20 mA
IN.HI
> 25.05 mA
IN.LO
< -10 Ω
0...800 Ω
IN.HI
> ca. 1075 Ω
IN.LO
< -10 Ω
0...10 kΩ
IN.HI
> 110 kΩ
IN.LO
< -0.5 %
0...100%
IN.HI
> 100.5 %
IN.LO
< temperature range -2°C
TC / Pt100
IN.HI
> temperature range +2°C
Display readout below min.- / above max. (-1999, 9999):
Input
Range
All
All
Readout
-1999
9999
Limit
Display readout <-1999
Display readout >9999
Sensor error detection limits
Sensor error detection (SE.BR, SE.SH):
Input
CURR
POTM
LIN.R
TEMP
Range
Loop break (4..20 mA)
All, SE.BR on all 3-wire
0...800 Ω
0...10 kΩ
TC
RTD, 2-, 3-, and 4-wire
No SE.SH for Pt10, Pt20 and Pt50
Readout
SE.BR
SE.BR
SE.BR
SE.BR
SE.BR
SE.BR
SE.SH
Limit
<= 3.6 mA; > = 21 mA
> ca. 126 kΩ
> ca. 875 Ω
> ca. 11 kΩ
> ca. 750 kΩ / (1.25 V)
> ca. 15 kΩ
< ca. 15 Ω
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Error indications
Readout at hardware error
Error search
Readout
CJC sensor error - check device temperature
CJ.ER
Flash memory error - default configuration is loaded
FL.ER
No communication
NO.CO
Input error - check input connection and reset power
IN.ER
Programming mode only - no output signal
PROG.
Invalid configuration type or version
TY.ER
Hardware error
Hardware error
RA.ER
EE.ER
Hardware error
NO.CA
Hardware error
Hardware error
Hardware error
AD.ER
EF.ER
IF.ER
Error cause
Defect CJC sensor or CJC
temperature out
allowed range **
Error in FLASH
(configuration)*
No communication
Error levels on
measurement inputs*
Offline configuration mode
(3114 powered by
communications
interface)***
Configuration read from
EEprom has invalid type
or rev. no.
RAM memory error*
EEPROM memory error*
Device not
factory-calibrated
A/D converter error*
External Flash error*
Internal Flash error*
! All error indications in the display flash once per second (1 Hz), and the corresponding help text
is shown. If the error is a sensor error, the display backlight flashes as well - this is acknowledged
(stopped) by pushing the OK button.
* Error is acknowledged by entering the menu and saving or by resetting the device power
** Error can be disregarded by selecting input type different than TC.
*** Error indication does not flash. Error is acknowledged by connecting device power.
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Connections
B
A
4
5
Input
+
Tx
Output
3
G
H
mA
6
-
C
V
-
D
+
E
+
F
+
-
+
-
+
2
7
Supply
1
I
J
8
81 82 83 84 85
K
Input signals
A
Supply
Current 1
I
B
TC
J
Supply -
C
RTD
K
D
Potentiometer
Power rail
connections
E
Voltage
F
Current 2
Supply +
Output signals
G
Current
H
Voltage
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Installation on power rail
Module stop
The 3114 can be installed on a power rail (PR part number 9400) supported, if
necessary, by module stop for power rail (PR part number 9404). Power supply
units can be mounted on the power rail according to customer requirements.
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Marking
The front cover of the 3114
series has been designed
with an area for affixation
of a click-on marker. The
area assigned to the marker
measures 5 x 7.5 mm.
Markers from Weidmüller’s
MultiCard System, type MF
5/7.5, are suitable.
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LED indication
The device is equipped with a green power LED
in the front to indicate the operation status, see
the table below.
LED
Condition
Output and
loop supply
Action required
OFF
No supply /
device error or
code-flash CRC error
De-energized
Connect supply /
replace device
1 Flash
(0.5 s OFF +
0.5 s ON)
Power-up or restart
De-energized
-
Flashing 13 Hz
(15 ms ON)
Device OK
Energized
-
Flashing 1 Hz
(15 ms ON)
Sensor error
De-energized
Correct setting and
re-power device
Flashing 1 Hz
(0.5 s ON)
Restarting due to:
Supply error/hardware.
RAM or program flow error
De-energized
Adjust supply /
replace device
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Default configuration
Input
Input type.....................................................
Voltage input................................................
Current input................................................
Sensor connection (RTD+resistance)...........
R input range................................................
Temperature unit..........................................
Temperature type.........................................
Pt type..........................................................
Ni type..........................................................
TC type.........................................................
Display unit...................................................
Decimal point...............................................
Display low...................................................
Display high..................................................
Temperature
0...10 V
4...20 mA
3 wire
0...1000
°C
Pt
Pt100
Ni100
K
°C
000.0
0.0
100.0
Output
Output type..................................................
Voltage output..............................................
Current output..............................................
Analogue out on error..................................
Analogue out low.........................................
Analogue out high........................................
Output limit...................................................
Current
0...10 V
4...20 mA
23 mA
0
150
No
Advanced
LCD contrast................................................
LCD backlight...............................................
TAG...............................................................
Line 3 function..............................................
Use calibration.............................................
Enable password protection........................
Calibration range..........................................
Calibration point...........................................
Language......................................................
3
4
TAG NO.
Analogue out
No
No
0.0 / 100.0
0.0 / 100.0
UK
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Configuration /
operating the function keys
Documentation for routing diagram.
In general
When configuring the 3114, you will be guided through all parameters and you
can choose the settings which fit the application. For each menu there is a
scrolling help text which is automatically shown in line 3 on the display.
Configuration is carried out by using the 3 function keys:
1
2
3
will increase the numerical value or choose the next parameter
will decrease the numerical value or choose the previous parameter
will accept the chosen value and proceed to the next menu
When configuration is completed, the dispaly will return to the default state 1.0.
Pressing and holding 3 will return to the previous menu or return to the default
state (1.0) without saving the changed values or parameters.
If no key is activated for 1 minute, the display will return to the default state (1.0)
without saving the changed values or parameters.
Further explanations
Password protection: Programming access can be blocked by assigning a
password. The password is saved in the transmitter in order to ensure a high
degree of protection against unauthorised modifications to the configuration.
Default password 2008 allows acces to all configuration menus.
Signal and sensor error info via display front 4501
Sensor error (see limits in the table) is displayed as SE.BR (sensor break) or
SE.SH (sensor short). Signals outside the selected range (not sensor error,
see table for limits) are displayed as IN.LO indicating low input signal or IN.HI
indicating high input signal. The error indication is displayed in line 3 as text
and at the same time the backlight flashes. Line 4 of the display is a status line
which displays COM (flashing bullet) indicating correct functioning of 4501, and
arrow up/down which indicates tendency readout of the input signal.
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Signal and sensor error indication without display front
Status of the unit can also be read from the green LED in the front of the device.
Green flashing LED 13 Hz indicates normal operation.
Green flashing LED 1 Hz indicates sensor error.
No light in the LED indicates internal error.
Advanced functions
The unit gives access to a number of advanced functions which can be reached
by answering “Yes” to the point “adv.set”.
Display setup: Here you can adjust the brightness contrast and the backlight.
Setup of TAG number with 6 alphanumerics. Selection of functional readout
in line 3 of the display - choose between readout of analogue output or TAG
number.
Two-point process calibration: The unit can be process-calibrated in 2 points
to fit a given input signal. A low input signal (not necessarily 0%) is applied
and the actual value is entered via 4501. Then a high signal (not necessarily
100%) is applied and the actual value is entered via 4501. If you accept to use
the calibration, the unit will work according to this new adjustment. If you later
reject this menu point or choose another type of input signal the unit will return
to factory calibration.
Process simulation function: If you say ”yes” to the point “EN.SIM” it is possible
to simulate an input signal by means of the arrow keys and thus control the
output signal up or down. When you finalise the point with 3, the unit returns
to normal mode.
Password: Here you can choose a password between 0000 and 9999 in order
to protect the unit against unauthorised modifications to the configuration. The
unit is delivered default without password. If you have locked the unit with a
password by mistake, you can always open the menu by using the master
password 2008.
Language: In the menu ”lang.setup” you can choose between 7 different language versions of help texts that will appear in the menu. You can choose
between UK, DE, FR, IT, ES, SE and DK.
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Selection of units
After choosing the input signal type you can choose the process units which will
be displayed in text line 2 (see table). By selection of temperature input the
process value is always displayed in Celsius or Fahrenheit. This is selected in
the menu point after selection of temperature input.
Memory
In the memory menu you can save the configuration of the device in the 4501,
and then move the 4501 onto another device of the same type and download
the configuration in the new device.
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Power up
40.0 3
Hold  and :
Toggle Line 3 function
between A.Out / TAG.
(Setting is volatile - use DISP
setup menu to change and
store Line 3 function.)
%
10.4
VOLT
CURR
LIN.R
POTM
TEMP
12
1.0
3
0000
9999
12
NO
YES
12
0000 3
PASSW.
Txt 1
2-10
0-10
1-5
0-5
0.2-1
0-1
12
@C
mA
rpm
(69 units)
12
1111
111.1
11.11
1.111
12
999.9
-199.9
12
3 VOLT 3 0-10 3 UNIT 3 111.1 3 0.0
NO
ADV.SET
Txt 2
IN TYPE
Txt 3
1.2
V.RANGE
Txt 4
%
Txt 11
DEC.P
Txt 12
0000
9999
12
0001
9999
12
DISP.LO
Txt 13
0-20
4-20
12
(No power)
PROG
CURR 3 4-20 3
0.00mA
IN TYPE
Txt 3
I.RANGE
Txt 5
1.1
1.0 =Default state
Line 1 shows input
signal.
Line 2 shows UNIT.
By pressing 1 and 2
simultaneously line 3
alternates between
A.Out and TAG.
Line 4 shows com
munication status.
1.1 =The 4501 will power
off if no key is acti
vated for 1 minute.
1.2 =Only if password is
enabled.
1.3 =Downscale to 0 mA /
3.5 mA or 0 V.
Upscale to 23 mA or
110% of Vout high.
Only if input type
supports sensor error
check.
Not valid for these
input signals:
0...20 mA and voltage.
1.4 = Only if input signal is
temperaure.
4W
3W
2W
12
LIN.R 3
IN TYPE
Txt 3
3W
3
CONNEC.
Txt 6
0
3 2500 3
R 0%
Txt 7
R 100%
Txt 8
Pt
NI
TC
12
1000
10
12
Pt
3 100 3
3W
SENSOR
Txt 10
Pt TYPE
Txt 15
CONNEC.
Txt 6
1000
50
12
4W
3W
2W
12
POTM 3
IN TYPE
Txt 3
TEMP 3
IN TYPE
Txt 3
Ni
3 100 3
3W
SENSOR
Txt 10
Ni TYPE
Txt 16
CONNEC.
Txt 6
TC.B TC.E TC.J TC.K
TC.L TC.N TC.R TC.S
TC.T TC.U TC.W3 TC.W5
TC.Lr
12
Continued on the page
Routing diagram ADV.SET
YES 3
ADV.SET
Txt 2
4W
3W
2W
12
TC
SENSOR
Txt 10
3 TC.B
TC.TYPE
Txt 17
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Routing diagram
If no key is activated for 1 minute, the display will return to the default state 1.0
without saving configuration changes.
1 Increase value / choose next parameter
2 Decrease value / choose previous parameter
3 Accept the chosen value and proceed to the next menu
Hold 3 Back to previous menu / return to menu 1.0 without saving
999.9
-199.9
12
20-4
20-0
4-20
0-20
12
VOLT
CURR
12
3 100.0 3 CURR 3 4-20 3
NO
ANA.OUT
Txt 18
OUT.LIM
Txt 41
DISP.HI
Txt 14
UP
DOWN
NONE
12
YES
NO
12
O.RANGE
Txt 19
3
UP
849
-200
12
3 0.0 3 150.0 3
OUT.ERR
Txt 22
1.3
10-2
10-0
5-1
5-0
1-0.2
1-0
2-10
0-10
1-5
0-5
0.2-1
0-1
12
850
-199
12
OUT.LO
Txt 24
1.4
OUT.HI
Txt 25
1.4
To default state 1.0
Volt 3 0-10 3
ANA.OUT
Txt 18
O.RANGE
Txt 23
3
Selectable UNITS:
@C
@F
12
3
@C
UNIT
Txt 9
3
30
3
@C
@F
%
A
bar
cm
ft
ft/h
ft/min
ft/s
g
gal/h
gal/min
GW
hp
hPa
Hz
in
in/h
in/min
in/s
ips
K
kA
kg
kJ
kPa
kV
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kW
kWh
l
l/h
l/min
l/s
m
m/h
m/min
m/s
m/s2
m3
m3/h
m3/min
mA
mbar
mils
min
mm
mm/s
mol
MPa
mV
MW
MWh
N
Ohm
Pa
pH
rpm
s
S
t
t/h
uA
um
uS
V
W
Wh
yd
[blank]
Routing diagram
Advanced settings (ADV.SET)
MEM
DISP
CAL
SIM
PASS
LANG
12
2.0 In the submenu simulation (SIM) you must
press 3 to return to the default state 1.0.
SAVE
LOAD
12
MEM 3 SAVE 3
SETUP
Txt 26
MEMORY
Txt 27
9
0
12
DISP 3
SETUP
Txt 26
3
9
0
12
3
9
3
TAG
A.OUT
12
3 A.OUT 3
CONTRA
Txt 28
LIGHT
Txt 29
TAGNO_
Txt 30
LINE 3
Txt 31
YES
NO
12
850.0
-200
12
YES
NO
12
850.0
-200
12
CAL 3 YES 3
SETUP
Txt 26
9
A
12
CAL.LO
Txt 32
YES
NO
12
2.0 3 YES 3 97.8 3 YES 3
@C
Txt 39
NO
CAL.HI
Txt 33
@C
Txt 40
USE.CAL
Txt 38
NO
To default state 1.0
850.0
-200
12
SIM 3 23.0 3
SETUP
Txt 26
@C
Txt 34
YES
NO
12
9999
0000
12
PASS 3 YES 3 0000 3
SETUP
Txt 26
EN.PASS
Txt 35
NEW.PAS
Txt 36
NO
DE, DK,
ES, FR,
IT, SE,
UK
12
LANG 3
SETUP
Txt 26
UK
3
LANGUA
Txt 37
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Scrolling help text in display line 3
[01] Set correct password
[02] Enter advanced setup menu?
[03] Select temperature input
Select potentiometer input
Select linear resistance input
Select current input
Select voltage input
[04] Select 0.0-1 V input range
Select 0.2-1 V input range
Select 0-5 V input range
Select 1-5 V input range
Select 0-10 V input range
Select 2-10 V input range
[05] Select 0-20 mA input range
Select 4-20 mA input range
[06] Select 2-wire sensor connection
Select 3-wire sensor connection
Select 4-wire sensor connection
[07] Set resistance value low
[08] Set resistance value high
[09] Select Celsius as temperature unit
Select Fahrenheit as temperature unit
[10] Select TC sensor type
Select Ni sensor type
Select Pt sensor type
[11] Select display unit
[12] Select decimal point position
[13] Set display range low
[14] Set display range high
[15] Select Pt10 as sensor type
Select Pt20 as sensor type
Select Pt50 as sensor type
Select Pt100 as sensor type
Select Pt200 as sensor type
Select Pt250 as sensor type
Select Pt300 as sensor type
Select Pt400 as sensor type
Select Pt500 as sensor type
Select Pt1000 as sensor type
[16] Select Ni50 as sensor type
Select Ni100 as sensor type
Select Ni120 as sensor type
Select Ni1000 as sensor type
[17] Select TC-B as sensor type
Select TC-E as sensor type
Select TC-J as sensor type
Select TC-K as sensor type
Select TC-L as sensor type
Select TC-N as sensor type
Select TC-R as sensor type
Select TC-S as sensor type
Select TC-T as sensor type
Select TC-U as sensor type
Select TC-W3 as sensor type
Select TC-W5 as sensor type
Select TC-Lr as sensor type
[18] Select current as analogue output type
Select voltage as analogue output type
[19] Select 0-20 mA output range
Select 4-20 mA output range
Select 20-0 mA output range
Select 20-4 mA output range
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[22] Select no error action - output undefined at error
Select downscale at error
Select upscale at error
Select 0.0-1 V output range
[23] Select 0.2-1 V output range
Select 0-5 V output range
Select 1-5 V output range
Select 0-10 V output range
Select 2-10 V output range
Select 1-0.0 V output range
Select 1-0.2 V output range
Select 5-0 V output range
Select 5-1 V output range
Select 10-0 V output range
Select 10-2 V output range
[24] Set temperature for analogue output low
[25] Set temperature for analogue output high
[26] Enter language setup
Enter password setup
Enter simulation mode
Perform process calibration
Enter display setup
Perform memory operations
[27] Load saved configuration into device
Save configuration in display front
[28] Adjust LCD contrast
[29] Adjust LCD backlight
[30] Write a 6-character device TAG
[31] Analogue output value is shown in display line 3
Device TAG is shown in display line 3
[32] Calibrate input low to process value?
[33] Calibrate input high to process value?
[34] Set the input simulation value
[35] Enable password protection?
[36] Set new password
[37] Select language
[38] Use process calibration values?
[39] Set value for low calibration point
[40] Set value for high calibration point
[41] Limit output values to output range)
[42] Programming mode only - no output signal
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