Curtis 3000 Specifications

Curtis 3000 Specifications
3000 Series Instructions
The following procedures (3.1.2 and 3.1.3) can be done without V+ applied to
Setup Enable pin. Press and hold the left button
on the front panel until the
entire display flashes and then release.
Read Instructions Carefully!
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3.1.2 Setting/Changing the Time-of-Day Clock
Without buttons
See Section 2­.6.2.
With buttons
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3.1.3 Resetting the
Hour Meter
Press the left button
until the maintenance hour meter function is
displayed (the wrench icon will be illuminated). Press and hold both the
right button
and the left button
until the display flashes and the
maintenance hour meter is reset to zero. This can be performed at any time,
independent of the actual maintenance status.
3.2 Auto-range
Curtis enGage® II will automatically recognize battery voltage based on the
status of the auto-range input pin.
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3.3 Output and Warning LED
CURTIS INSTRUMENTS, INC.
1.0 Technical Specifications
1.1 Electrical
Operating Voltage Range: +/– 25% of nominal voltage.
Operating Current Range: Values reflect keyswitch in “on” position.
LED Activated
FET Activated
Fuel
LMB
LMB
2.5.2 enGage® II & Multifunction Design
Temp
RMB
RMB
Curtis enGage®­II products can be configured in a variety of ways to maximize
customer value and efficiency. Because of this feature, the instruction manual
covers a broad spectrum of products. Please note that some sections of the
instructions may refer to functions not included with your instrument.
Pressure
LMB & RMB
LMB & RMB
Voltage
2nd LMB & RMB
2nd LMB & RMB
Tach
RMB
RMB
BDI
LMB
LMB
Maintenance Due
LMB
LMB
Nominal (mA)
Max (mA)
12 VDC
12
19
35
12–48 VDC
12
14
20
24
16
20
36
16
20
48
17
20
Access to these operations is sequential in this order. Adjustments of the
following functions can be performed in the Configuration Mode:
1. Time-of-Day Clock
2. Battery Discharge Indicator profiles
3. Maintenance interval
4. Settable hour meter
Panel Cutout: 52 mm / 2 1/16” diameter
1.3 Environmental
Humidity: 95% RH (non-condensing).
2.0 Installation
2.1 Terminal Assignments
Molex Pin #
Description
AMP Pin #
8
V(+)
4
Possible Cause
If you interrupt the data entry process in the Configuration Mode, the gauge
saves data in those sections already completed. To complete configuration,
re-enter configuration mode (2.6.1) and simply toggle past the completed
sections and resume where you left off.
Terminals not connected.
Improper voltage.
Stays at FULL
Instrument voltage does not match
battery voltage.
V+ connected to wrong terminal.
2.6.1 Entering Configuration Mode
Will Not Reset
Instrument voltage does not match
battery voltage.
Battery not fully charged.
Battery may be defective
Resets without Charging Battery
Not connected directly to battery
terminal
EMPTY Too Soon
V+ connected to wrong terminal.
Instrument voltage does not match
battery voltage.
Terminals not directly connected to
battery.
Will Not / Cannot Configure
Procedure in section 2.6.1 not being
followed.
No power to Setup Enable pin.
4. Press and hold the left
button on the front panel until the entire
display flashes and then release.
2.6.2 Setting the Time-of-Day Clock
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The display will flash the two “Hours” digits. Press the right
button to increment by one hour, or hold the button to increment
continuously. When the desired number of hours is reached,
press the left
button once. The display will flash the two
“Minutes” digits. Press the right
button to increment by one minute or hold
the button to increment continuously. When the desired number of minutes is
reached, press the left
button once.
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Setup Enable (+)
2
When V+ is applied, the gauge can be programmed via
the front panel buttons if so equipped (see section 2.6).
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Hour Meter
Enable
(+)
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The display will flash the
three1 digits of the 0discharge
full profile 0
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(factory setting is 2.09 VPC). Press the right button
to
increment by 0.01 VPC or hold the button to increment
continuously. When the display reaches 2.30 it will automatically
restart at 1.80 VPC. When the desired reset profile setting is reached, press the
left button
once.
3
Input A
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Input for a voltage based sender OR auto ranging pin
in BDI 1applications. See schematic diagrams for AMP
and Molex connectors.
5
Input for resistance based senders.
FET Output
7
MOSFET (0.5A) open drain type internally tied to V(–).
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2.2 Typical Wiring Diagrams
See wiring schematic drawings on reverse side of page.
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Caution!
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Bracket is placed over gauge in reverse fashion for ease of shipping. Bracket
has been designed to remain secured to the gauge upon proper installation.
Once installed correctly, attempts to remove bracket from gauge may result in
damage to the bracket.
The display will flash the left digit (tens of thousands of hours).
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Press the right
button1 to increment0 by one1 or hold the button
0
0
1
1
to increment
continuously.
When the desired number is reached,
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press the left button
once to proceed to the next digit.
Repeat this process for all 5 digits.
Curtis enGage® II instruments are mounted in a 52mm round cutout. Serrations
on the barrel of the gauge, combined with the
mounting
bracket provided,
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insure fast and trouble free installation. To insure proper installation, the 2
locking tabs on either side of the inner diameter of the bracket should aligned
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with the serrations on the barrel of the gauge
(see 1drawing above). Next, slide
the bracket over the barrel of the gauge and press it firmly against back of
panel. You should hear the tab sliding over the serrations.
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1
0
1
0
1
1
0
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Section 3.1.3 procedure not being
followed.
•Installation and startup must be performed by skilled personnel.
•If safe operation of the instrument can no longer be ensured, stop and secure
it against accidental operation.
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•If instrument failure or malfunction may cause personal injury or material
damage, use additional safety measures such as limit switches, guards, etc.
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Warranty
3.1.1 Toggling Display Functions
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Possible Cause
Will not Reset
•Note the safety instructions marked with this warning symbol in this manual.
Press the left button
to sequentially toggle between the three numeric
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gauge functions (time-of-day clock, maintenance hours, total0 hours). 1
Curtis enGage® II gauges are
available with or without front panel
buttons. Gauges without buttons are
factory set and cannot be adjusted in
the field. Gauges with buttons have
field adjustable parameters and can be
programmed per section 2.6.
Problem
•Read the Operating Instructions carefully before startup.
3.1 Button Use During Normal Operation
2.5.1 Programmable Vs. Factory Set Instruments
V+ connected to wrong terminal.
Sender or sender connection problems
•This instrument was manufactured and tested according to the applicable
technical standards. It complies with all the safety regulations as shipped from
the factory.
When the main power (9-60 VDC) is applied to V+ and V–, a power-up sequence is initiated. All display segments are illuminated
for one second. The display is then turned off until the keyswitch is activated.
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2.5 Product Identification
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EMPTY Too Soon
Safety Instructions
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3.0 Operation
Curtis enGage® II mates with either an 8-pin Molex connector (Molex pins P/N 39-00-0039 FOR #18-24 AWG P/N 39-01-2085) or an 8-pin AMP connector
(AMP pins P/N 770904-X FOR #18-24 AWG P/N 794821-1). A preassembled
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mating connector kit (Curtis P/N 15369002=Molex
, Curtis P/N 1763330803=AMP) with crimp-connect terminated wires (approx. 127mm in length) is also available.
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V+ connected to wrong terminal.
Sender or sender connection problems.
•Failure to install and operate the unit in accordance with these instructions
may result in damage or injury.
The configuration mode can be exited in three ways:
1. Press and hold the left button
for three0 seconds.
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2. Leave buttons untouched for 30 seconds.
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3. Press the left button
after selecting the last (right) digit of the last
function available.
2.4 Interconnect
Stays at FULL
The enGage® 3000 Series is not serviceable.
2.6.6 Exiting Configuration Mode
See complete drawing with notes on reverse side of page.
Terminals not connected.
Improper voltage.
5.0 Maintenance
2.6.5 Setting the Total Hour Meter
2.3 Mounting
Possible Cause
No Display
Maintenance Function
The display will flash the left digit (thousands of hours). Press
the right 0 button1 to increment by one or hold the button to
increment continuously. When the desired number is reached,
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0
0
1
1
1
press the left
button once to proceed to the next digit.
Repeat this process for all 4 digits.
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Problem
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2.6.4 Setting the Maintenance Interval
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The display will flash the three digits of the discharge empty
profile (factory setting0 is 1.73 1VPC). Press the
right 1
button 0
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to increment by 0.01 VPC or hold the button to increment
continuously.
When
the display
reaches
full it1will automatically
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restart at 1.50 VPC. When the desired reset profile setting is reached, press the
left
button once.
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Input B
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Sender Function
2.6.3 Setting the Battery Indicator Profiles
1
When V+ is applied, accumulation of time occurs with
keyswitch turned on.
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BDI Function
3. Apply V+ (9-60 VDC) to Set-up Enable.
When V+ is applied, the keyswitch turns on the gauge
display. For BDI applications, monitoring continues
when keyswitch is turned off.
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4.0 Troubleshooting
No Display
8
Keyswitch (+)
3
CTR—Charge Tracking Reset: Battery state-of-charge will be tracked by gauge
during charging period(s).
2. Apply V+ (9-60 VDC) to Keyswitch Input.
Supply Voltage Negative Terminal For BDI
applications, connection should be made as close to
battery as possible.
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OCR—Open Circuit Reset: The BDI will reset when gauge is disconnected from
discharged battery and reconnected to a fully charged battery.
1. Apply main power (9-60VDC) to V+, V–.
V(–)
5
3.5 Resetting BDI
Problem
Supply Voltage Positive Terminal. For BDI applications,
connection should be made as close to battery positive
as possible.
7
Percent: Indicates remaining percentage of interval or level.
When configuring each function (time-of-day, maintenance interval, etc.), you
must enter in all data for that function for it to be saved. If incomplete data
is entered for a function and the programming mode is timed out (after 30
seconds of no input received by the gauge), the gauge will revert back to what
was previously stored for that item.
IP Rating: 65 Front & Rear with AMP connector installed.
65 Front, 40 Rear with Molex connector installed.
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Fuel or Battery Icon: Turned on (not flashing) depending on which function
the gauge is programmed to monitor. It flashes when a low condition is
detected.
The gauge remains in configuration mode for 30 seconds without input from
the user.
Storage Temp.: –50˚C to +90˚C.
2
Decimal Point: To indicate 1/10 of an hour on the maintenance hour meter
Configuration Notes:
Operating Temp.: –40˚C to +85˚C.
4
Colon: Flashes to indicate that the time-of-day clock is being displayed in
the numeric display and that time is counting-up.
The settable hour meter can be set to any value between 0 and 99,999 hours.
When the gauge is operational, the total hour meter will begin from this value.
Vibration: SAE J 1378 Double amplitude of 1.53mm with frequency sweep
for 10-80-10 Hz (20 g max) at 1 minute intervals.
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Wrench Icon: Turned on (not blinking) to indicate that the maintenance hour
meter is displayed in the numeric display. Flashes when the maintenance
interval is reached.
The maintenance interval (when the gauge signals that maintenance is due) is
configurable and should be set after the initial installation. The interval can be
set between 1 and 9,999 hours in 1 hour increments.
Shock: SAE J 1378 Amplitude
44-55 g, half sine, 9-13 ms duration.
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Hourglass Icon: Turned on (not blinking) to indicate that an hour meter is
displayed in the numeric display. Flashes to indicate hour meter accumulation.
The profile of the BDI is settable with the front panel buttons. The Discharge
Full profile (when the gauge will begin calculating ‘discharge’) is adjustable from
1.80 through 2.30 volts per cell (VPC) in 0.01 VPC increments. The Discharge
Empty profile (when the gauge will indicate ‘empty’) is adjustable from 1.50
through 2.20 VPC in 0.01 VPC increments.
Hardware: Mounting Bracket
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Curtis enGage® II contains a number of icons to assist the user:
The time-of-day clock is entered by setting the hours digits between 01 and 12,
then “minutes” digits between “00” and “59”.
Hour Meter Range & Resolution: 9,999.9 Maintenance Hours;
99,999 Total Hours
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3.4 LCD Icons
If no change is desired to a specific gauge function, continue to press the left
button until the next desired function is reached.
Display: LCD with 10-segment bar and 5 digit numeric (5mm high).
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KEY: RMB = Right Most LCD Bar / LMB = Left Most LCD Bar
During configuration, the right
button is used to increment. The left
button is used to:
1. Enter a selection;
2. Advance to the next configurable item.
1.2 Mechanical
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2.6 Configuring Your Gauge
Operating Voltage
(VDC)
Gauge
Function
Tel. (914) 666-2971
200 Kisco Avenue, Mt. Kisco, NY 10549
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Curtis Instruments’ products and/or components are guaranteed against
defects in workmanship and material for a period of two years, or as defined
in the individual product literature, from date of shipment from our factory,
when applied in a proper application within specified ratings. This guarantee
is limited to repair or replacement F.O.B. our factory. There is no further
warranty or implied representation, guarantee, promise or agreement as to
any Curtis Instruments product and/or component. Curtis Instruments, Inc.,
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cannot
assume
or accept invoices for unauthorized repairs to
its products and/or components, even though defective. In no case will Curtis
Instruments’ responsibility extend to products, components or equipment not of
its manufacture. Under no circumstances shall Curtis Instruments, Inc., be liable
for any special or consequential damages or loss of profits or other damages.
Returned goods will not be accepted unless identified by a Curtis Return
Material Authorization (RMA).
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All
specifications
are
subject to change without notice.
53034 Rev E 6/10
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2.3 Mounting/Dimension Drawing
LOGO AREA/SCALES
AS REQUIRED
58.5
Information is for standard design units only. Customers should review
specific diagrams for custom units.
53.6 MAX
60.0
46.0 MAX
8
5
4
1
51.5 MAX
LABEL
SEAL
USED FOR DEVICE CONFIGURATION
DO NOT CONNECT WHEN INSTALLING GAUGE
MOUNTING BRACKET
LABEL
MEMBRANE SWITCH USED
FOR FUNCTIONALITY SETUP
OF GAUGE
6.3
NOTES:
1.0 Mating Connector: 8-pin Molex P/N 39-01-2085 with ULRating 94V-0, pins P/N 39-00-0039 for #18-24 AWG
2.0 52mm meters are provided in a standard round package for
mounting in a 52mm DIA dash panel hole. See detail for panel cutout with key.
3.0 Material: Case- Polycarbonate; Lens- clear Polymethylmethacrylat (pmma);
Cover, Overlay & Mounting Bracket- Polycarbonate.
4.0 This unit is designed for a mounting panel thickness of 0.8mm - 6.4mm.
5.0 Environmental protection: Front- IP-65; Rear- IP-40.
6.0 Weight: 0.095 kg max, including mounting bracket.
LOCKING TAB
LOCKING SERRATIONS
LOCKING TAB MUST ALIGN WITH LOCKING SERRATIONS
2.2 Typical Wiring Diagrams
Information is for standard design units only. Customers should review
specific diagrams for custom units.
AMP Connector
SETUP
HOUR METER
KEYSWITCH
ENABLE
ENABLE
SETUP
HOUR METER
LOAD
V+
KEYSWITCH
- -
1
8 7 6 5
8 7 6 5
4 3 2 1
4 3 2 1
V-
4
2
V-
V-
PIN 3 = 0.5A FET
LOAD
*
SUPPLY
+
SUPPLY
-
-
SUPPLY
-
-
V-
8
7
3
8
7
3
4
6
2
5
6
2
1
3
4
5
1
2
1
VPIN 3 = 0.5A FET
SETUP
HOUR METER
PIN 3 = 0.5A FET
ENABLE
ENABLE
LOAD
V+
+
SUPPLY
+
SUPPLY
-
V-
SUPPLY
-
8
4
7
ENABLE
V-
5
6
3
8
2
7
1
6
LOAD
*
2
8
7
6
5
4
4 83 72
8
7
2
1
6
1
6
5
5
PIN 7 = 0.5A FET
SETUP
ENABLE
*
LOAD
LOAD
*
*
KEYSWITCH
PIN 7 = 0.5A
FET
SETUP
HOUR METER
V+
ENABLE
ENABLESETUP
HOUR METER
SUPPLY
++
-
V+
V-
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
V+
4 43 32
2
1
8 87 76
V- V-
1
5
6
5
PIN 7 = 0.5A FET
+
V+
HOUR METER
ENABLE
+
*
V+
-
V-
+
SUPPLY
1
-
-
PIN 3 = 0.5A FET
4
3
2
8
7
6
V-
SETUP
ENABLE
1
5
Voltmeter
*Use of output FET driver requires installation of suppression diodes across all inductive loads.
KEYSWITCH
LOAD
3
2
1
8 47 36
5
2
1
6
5
PIN 7 = 0.5A FET
7
PIN 7 = 0.5A FET
PIN 7 = 0.5A FET
PIN 3 = 0.5A FET
*
*
LOAD
8
V-
LOAD
KEYSWITCH
V+
4
SUPPLY
5
LOAD
KEYSWITCH
SETUP
ENABLE
HOUR METER
ENABLE
SUPPLY
*
LOAD*
KEYSWITCH
KEYSWITCH
PIN 7 = 0.5A FET
*
LOAD
ENABLE
ENABLE
BDI (with auto-­range switch)
PIN 3 = 0.5A FET
3
1
SETUP
HOUR METER
ENABLE
ENABLE
PIN 7 = 0.5A FET
KEYSWITCH
LOAD
4V+ 3 2 1
7 6 5
4
V-
-
8
*
+
--
KEYSWITCH
SETUP
HOUR METER
KEYSWITCH
ENABLE
ENABLE
LOAD
V+
SETUP
HOUR METER
ENABLE
2
HOUR METER
ENABLE
SUPPLY
SUPPLY
PIN 3 = 0.5A FET
+
3
3
LOAD
KEYSWITCH
4
V-
*
OPEN = 24 or 48
CLOSED = 12 or 36
SUPPLY
V-
4
V-
SETUP
ENABLE
PIN 7 = 0.5A FET
AUTO-RANGE SWITCH
OPEN = 24 or 48
SWITCH
CLOSED = AUTO-RANGE
12 or 36
OPEN = 24 or 48
AUTO-RANGECLOSED
SWITCH= 12 or 36
V+
SUPPLY
+ +
V-
KEYSWITCH
5
6
V+
SUPPLY
-
SETUPSETUP
HOURHOUR
METER
METER
KEYSWITCH LOAD
ENABLE
ENABLE
ENABLE KEYSWITCH
V+ ENABLE
8V+ 7
V+
+
*
3 FET
= 0.5A FET
PIN 3 =PIN
0.5A
+
V+
HOUR METER
ENABLE
Resistive based sender input (i.e. temp, fuel and pressure).
SETUP
ENABLE
HOUR METER
ENABLE
LOAD
+
KEYSWITCH
OPEN = 24 or 48
CLOSED = 12 or 36
SUPPLY
SUPPLY
5
6
3
RESISTANCE BASED SENDER
V+
8V+ 7
RESISTANCE BASED SENDER
+
SUPPLY
+
*
ENABLE
ENABLE
RESISTANCE BASED SENDER
+
KEYSWITCH
SETUP
ENABLE
RESISTANCE BASED SENDER
HOUR METER
ENABLE
SETUP
ENABLE
RESISTANCE BASED SENDER
HOUR METER
ENABLE
KEYSWITCH
AUTO-RANGE SWITCH
OPEN = 24 or 48
SWITCH
CLOSED = 12 or AUTO-RANGE
36
OPEN = 24 or 48
CLOSED = 12 or 36
AUTO-RANGE SWITCH
SETUP
ENABLE
HOUR METER
ENABLE
RESISTANCE BASED SENDER
Molex Connector
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