Dwyer Series DLI User manual

Dwyer Series DLI User manual
DLI-R
Data Logger Manual
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Michigan City, IN 46361 USA
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Table of Contents Data Logger Manual
Section 1: Device Safety............................................................................3
1.1 Model information ...................................................................3
1.2 Specifications ...........................................................................3
1.3 Warranty ..................................................................................5
Section 2: Device Overview ......................................................................6
Section 3: Status Indicator Icons ..............................................................7
3.1 Battery Status ...........................................................................7
3.2 Memory Status .........................................................................7
3.3 Running Indicator .....................................................................7
3.4 Delay Start Indicator .................................................................8
3.5 Wait Icon ..................................................................................8
3.6 Stop Icon..................................................................................8
3.7 External Power Icon ..................................................................8
3.8 Reset Icon .................................................................................8
Section 4: Front Panel Overview ..............................................................9
4.1 Changing the display units .......................................................9
4.2 Changing the number, type, and size of channels viewed.........9
4.3 Checking the memory status ..................................................10
4.4 Checking power status ...........................................................10
4.5 Changing the contrast ............................................................10
Section 5: DLI-R Function Reference ......................................................11
5.1 Main Screen ...........................................................................11
5.2 Status Menu ...........................................................................11
5.3 Statistics Menu .......................................................................12
5.4 Units.......................................................................................13
5.5 Setup Menu ...........................................................................13
Section 6: DLI-R Screen Descriptions .....................................................18
6.1 Main Screen: ..........................................................................18
6.2 Status Screens (Run Parameters): ............................................18
6.3 Status Screens (Memory Status):.............................................19
6.4 Status Screens (Time): ............................................................20
6.5 ID Parameters .........................................................................20
6.6 Statistics Menu Screen: ...........................................................21
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6.7 Channel Statistics: ..................................................................21
6.8 Type Statistics: ........................................................................22
6.9 Statistics Information Screen: ..................................................22
6.10 Unit Selection Menu: ............................................................23
6.11 Device Configuration Menu:.................................................23
6.12 Adjust Visibility: ....................................................................24
6.13 Display Configuration: ..........................................................24
6.14 Power Modes Screen: ...........................................................25
6.15 Display Update Mode Screen:...............................................26
6.16 Power Status Screen: ............................................................26
6.17 Device Information Screens (Minimum Device Range): .........27
6.18 Device Information Screens (Maximum Device Range): ........27
6.19 Device Information Screens (Device Version): .......................28
6.20 Device Information Screens (Firmware Version): ...................28
6.21 Calibration Information Screens (Calibration Date): ..............29
6.22 Calibration Information Screens (Probe Calibration): ............29
6.23 Device Reset Screen (Hardware Reset): .................................30
6.24 Device Reset Screen (Power Interruption): ............................30
Section 7: Computer Interface ...............................................................31
Section 8: Wall Mounting .......................................................................32
Section 9: Maintenance ..........................................................................33
Section 10: Terms and Conditions ..........................................................34
10.1 Limited Warranty: .................................................................34
10.2 Limitation of Liability: ...........................................................35
10.3 Software License: ..................................................................35
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Section 1: Device Safety
CAUTION: DEVICE MUST BE USED ONLY IN A MANNER CONSISTENT
WITH THIS MANUAL.
NOTICE: WHEN 230VAC SUPPLY USED, DWYER SPECIFIES USE OF
AC SUPPLY PART # T35-9-100R-3 MANUFACTURED BY ENG
ELECTRIC. THIS SUPPLY IS AVAILABLE FROM DWYER.
1.1 Model information
•
Model: DLI-R
•
Description: Single channel RTD logger with LCD display
•
Manufactured in the USA
1.2 Specifications
External Probe
Range: -328 to 1562ºF (-200 to +850ºC)
Resolution: 0.01ºF (0.01ºC)
Calibrated accuracy (case between 59 to 95ºF (15 to 35ºC))
• ±0.05ºF (±0.05ºC) Probe between -328 to 500ºF (-200 to 260ºC)
• ±0.1ºF (±0.1ºC) Probe between 500 to 1562ºF (260 to 850ºC)
Accuracy de-rating:
0.05ºF (0.05ºC) per ºF (ºC) outside 59 to 95ºF (15 to 35ºC ) case
temperature, probe between -328 to 500 (-200 to 260ºC)
• 0.1ºF (0.1ºC) per ºF (ºC) outside 59 to 95ºF (15 to 35ºC) case
temperature probe between 500 to 1562ºF (260 to 850ºC)
Dot-Matrix LCD
Dimensions: 2.5” x 1.375” (63mm x 35mm)
Text: Configurable channel text size
Indicators: Power, status, memory
Backlight: Configurable w/auto shut-off and contrast adjustment
•
Start/Stop Time:
Software programmable start time and date, up to six months in
advance; programmable stop time
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Memory:
174,762 total readings; software configurable memory wrap
Reading Rate:
1 reading every 2 seconds to 1 every 24 hours
Calibration:
Digital calibration through software
Calibration Date:
Automatically recorded within device
Battery Type:
9V lithium battery included, user replaceable; optional AC adapter,
7-24 VDC, 100mA. For 230 VAC operation use AC supply
T35-9-100 R-3 made by ENG Electric (Available from Dwyer).
Battery Life:
30 days typical @ 1 min reading rate with continuous LCD and no
backlight usage.
Data Format:
Date and time stamped ºC, ºF, ºK, ºR
Time Accuracy:
±1 minute/month at 68 to 86°F (20 to 30°C)
Computer Interface:
PC serial or USB (interface cable required); 115,200 baud
Software:
Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista based software
Operating Environment:
-4 to 140ºF (-20 to +60ºC), 0 to 95%RH non-condensing
Dimensions:
4.8” x 3.3” x 1.25” (122mm x 84mm x 32mm)
Weight:
16 oz (440 g)
Enclosure:
Black anodized aluminum
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1.3 Warranty
Products manufactured by Dwyer Instruments, Inc., are warranted against
defective material and workmanship for a period of one year, starting from the
date of shipment. In the event that a Dwyer product is found to be defective,
Dwyer will repair or replace the product at its sole discretion. Such repair or
replacement shall be the sole remedy of this warranty.
This warranty extends only to the original purchasing customer and does
not apply to any unit, which in our sole judgment, has been subjected to:
a) Operating or environmental conditions in excess of our written
specifications or recommendations;
b) Damage, misuse or neglect;
c) Improper installation, repair or alteration.
This warranty excludes batteries.
Except as to title, this is our only warranty for the products. Dwyer
Instruments, Inc. expressly disclaims all other warranties, guarantees or
remedies—whether expressed or implied or statutory—including any implied
warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. We also disclaim
any implied warranty arising out of trade usage or out of a course dealing or
course of performance. We do not guarantee the integrity of data or warranty
that the products will operate uninterrupted or error-free.
Dwyer data loggers and their associated software have been thoroughly
tested and the documentation reviewed. However, Dwyer does not warrant
the performance of its products, or that the products or their associated
software will operate as described in this manual.
Please refer to page 34 for Dwyer’s complete Terms and Conditions.
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Section 2: Device Overview
Power Jack
LED
Indicators
Communication
Jack
LCD Screen
Up Key
Black
anodized
aluminum
enclosure
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Okay Key
Down Key
Function Keys
Cancel Key
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Section 3: Important Status Icons
3.1 Battery Status
Full
Battery
Empty
Battery
Battery status icons indicate the state of charge of the batteries.
When the battery empty indicator is displayed, the battery should be replaced.
3.2 Memory Status
Memory
Empty
Memory
Full
The memory status icons indicate the amount of memory left for data storage.
If the DLI-R is in wraparound mode, the memory status icon will always indicate
empty.
3.3 Running Indicator
Indicates that the DLI-R is taking readings. The icons cycle periodically.
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3.4 Delay Start Indicator
The delay start icon indicates that a logging operation is
scheduled for the future.
3.5 Wait Icon
The wait icon indicates that the device is busy.
3.6 Stop Icon
Indicates that the DLI-R is not currently taking readings.
3.7 External Power Icon
Indicates that the DLI-R is powered by an external source.
3.8 Reset Icon
Indicates that the device has been reset.
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Section 4: Front Panel Overview
4.1 Changing the display units
The DLI-R comes with factory default display units of °C for the external
probe channel. These units can be easily changed by pressing the F3 button
in the main screen and then selecting F1 for external probe. After selecting
F1, the available units can be scrolled through by either pressing the F1 key
repeatedly or using the UP and DOWN keys.
Button pressing chain:
Main Screen -> F3 -> F1 ->F1 key repeatedly or UP and DOWN
4.2 Changing the number, type, and size of channels viewed
By default the DLI-R displays recently measured values from the external
probe channel on its Main Screen with the readings displayed in a large size
font. These recently measured values can, however, be hidden or viewed on
a smaller or larger scale.
To change the view of recently measured values:
From the Main Screen, press the F4 key to enter the Setup Menu and from
this menu press the F1 key to enter the Display screen. On this screen, function
key 1 (F1) corresponds to the external probe. Pressing this function key will
cause the channel to scroll between “show” or “hide”. If “show” is selected
recently recorded values from the external probe will appear on the main
screen and if “hide” is displayed they will not.
Button pressing chain:
Main Screen -> F4 -> F1 -> F1
To change the size of displayed channels:
From the Main Screen, press the F4 key to enter the Setup Menu and from
this menu press the F1 key to enter the Display screen, then F4 to scroll to
the next screen. Here the F2 key will change the size of the channels viewed.
By pressing F2 repeatedly the size parameter will scroll between 3 sizes: small,
medium, and large:
Button pressing chain:
Main Screen -> F4 -> F1 -> F4 -> F2 repeatedly to scroll
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4.3 Checking the memory Status
A status icon appears on all screens representing memory, but further
information including percent memory left and number of readings taken can
also be viewed. From the Main Screen press the F1 key to enter the Status
screens then press F2 to view memory status information.
Button pressing chain:
Main Screen -> F1 -> F2
4.4 Checking power status
A battery status and external power status (if available) icon appear on all
screens, but percent battery power remaining and external power presence as
well as battery type, current battery voltage, and current external voltage can
also be viewed. From the Main Screen press F4 to view the Device Configuration
Menu, F2 to access the power options, then F4 twice to view the Power Status
screen, including battery power percent remaining and the presence of
external power. Battery type and battery voltage are also displayed, as well as
external power voltage (if connected).
Button pressing chain:
Main Screen -> F4 -> F2 -> F4 -> F4
4.5 Changing the Contrast
The DLI-R’s LCD screen contrast values can be changed in two ways. One
method is outlined in the Function Reference Guide. A faster, simpler way
involves simultaneously pressing the CANCEL and UP or DOWN button
repeatedly in any screen.
Button pressing chain:
CANCEL + UP repeatedly (to increase) or DOWN repeatedly (to decrease)
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Section 5: DLI-R Function Reference
5.1 Main Screen
The main screen of the DLI-R features a real-time display of most recently
measured external probe channel data. At the bottom of the main screen are
tabs corresponding to each of the four function keys. These tabs are used to
access the four main function menus of the DLI-R: status, statistics, units, and
setup. The left side of the main screen and all subsequent screens of the device
is where important status information icons can be found (detailed in Section
3: Important Status Icons – page 7) including recording status, memory status,
busy status, external power status, and battery power status.
5.2 Status Menu
Pressing F1 on the main screen brings up the Status menu. The first screen
that appears in the Status Menu is Run Parameters, but the Memory Status
and Time and Date screens can also be viewed by pressing the F2 and F3
keys respectively.
5.2.i Run Parameters
The Run Parameters screen displays important information regarding the
device’s current recording session. These parameters include the time and
date the recording session started (start time and start date), the time and
date the recording session will end (stop date and stop time) due to either
lack of memory or preprogramming in the Dwyer software. The rate at which
the DLI-R is recording (rate) is also displayed. The device’s current status
(either running or stopped) is the last parameter on the Run Parameters
screen.
5.2.ii Memory Status
The Memory Status screen is where all information regarding the DLI-R’s
memory. This screen displays the percent of memory space currently available
(memory left), the number of readings currently stored on the device
(readings), the maximum number of readings the device can record (max
readings), as well as information about the wrap feature displaying either
“disabled” or the number of wrap readings currently stored in memory.
5.2.iii Time
The time screen displays current time data including the current time and
date, time and date of last measured data, and current time zone.
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5.3 Statistics Menu
Pressing the F2 key while in the Main Screen brings up the Statistics Menu.
From the Statistics Menu, statistics generated from the conditions encountered
by the device can be viewed in a variety of different styles including being
sorted by channel and by type. The Statistics Menu also displays important
statistics information as well as the option to clear the statistics at any time.
5.3.i Viewing statistics by channel
Pressing F1 while viewing the Statistics Menu brings up statistics sorted by
channel. Here the F1 key provides the ability to view statistics regarding
the external probe channel. This screen displays the minimum, maximum,
and average values encountered by the device for a particular channel.
5.3.ii Viewing statistics by type
The DLI-R’s Statistics Menu also provides the option to view statistics by type.
This can be done by pressing F2 while in the Statistics Menu. Here the
function keys F1, F2, and F3 correspond to the three different types of
statistics, average, minimum, and maximum respectively. Each type statistics
screen displays the values of a particular type (average, minimum, and maximum)
as encountered by the external probe.
5.3.iii Statistics Information
Pressing the F3 key while viewing the Statistics Menu screen brings up Statistics
Information. This screen displays the number of readings being considered
within the statistics (readings), as well as the date and time the recording
period began. From this screen the statistics information can also be cleared.
This is done by pressing the F1 key marked by a tab labeled “CLEAR”. Upon
pressing this key a confirmation message will appear with function tabs
labeled “NO” and “YES” corresponding to F1 and F2 respectively. Selecting
“YES” by pressing the F2 key will confirm the statistics clear function.
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5.4 Units
Pressing the F3 key while viewing the Main Screen will access the Units Selection
screen. Here the measurement units can be easily changed. In the Units Selection
screen the F1 function key corresponds to the external probe channel. Selecting
this channel by pressing its corresponding function key allows the user to
change the units by either pressing the function key repeatedly or using the
UP and DOWN keys to scroll through the list of available units. Selecting ok
(either by pressing the OK button or the F4 key) accepts and confirms the
unit selection. Pressing the CANCEL key cancels the unit changing action and
reverts to the previously selected units. The DLI-R offers most commonly used
units.
5.5 Setup Menu
Pressing the F4 key while in the Main Screen will display the Device
Configuration screen. From this menu, changes can be made to most of the
DLI-R’s display configuration including the screen contrast, size of the channel
view in the main screen, as well as display of the channels. Power status can
also be viewed including battery power remaining and the presence of external
power, and options regarding the LCD display and the backlight can be
modified. The setup menu is also the place to find basic information regarding
device identification, calibration parameters, and firmware details.
5.5.i Display
From the Display section, the number and identity of channels shown on the
main screen can be changed and set, the LCD screen’s contrast values can be
changed and set, and the size the channel information appears on the main
screen can be changed and set. Pressing F1 while in the Setup Menu brings
up the Display section.
5.5.i.a Adjust Visibility
The first screen that appears in the Display section is the Adjust Visibility
screen. Here the F1 key corresponds to the external probe channel.
Pressing F1 results in highlighting its corresponding channel function
tab. While the channel is highlighted the corresponding display function
can be toggled between “Hide” and “Show”, with “Hide” indicating that
the channel will not be displayed on the main screen and “Show”
indicating that it will be shown. Channels can be toggled by either
repeatedly pressing the channel’s corresponding function key or by using
the UP and DOWN keys.
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5.5.i.b Display Configuration
By selecting “MORE” (either by pressing the F4 key on the Adjust Visibility
Screen or by pressing the OK button) in the Display section the Display
Configuration screen can be viewed. Here LCD screen contrast values can
be set as well as the size the channels are displayed on the Main Screen.
Contrast
To change the LCD screen contrast view while viewing the Display
Configuration screen, first select the contrast configuration parameter
by pressing the F1 key. This action will highlight the function tab
corresponding to the F1 key. Once this tab is highlighted the contrast
can be increased or decreased using the UP and DOWN keys.
Size
To change the size that the recently recorded values for the external
probe channel are displayed on the Main Screen view while viewing
the Display Configuration screen, first select the size configuration
parameter by pressing the F2 key. This action will highlight the function
tab corresponding to the F2 key. Once this tab is higlighted the size
can be increased or decreased using the UP and DOWN keys. Size
options include: small medium and large.
5.5.ii Power
The Power section displays information regarding battery and external power
sources as well as giving options including display and backlight status that
could potentially save power and LED status options. The power section is
viewed by pressing the F2 key while in the Device Configuration Menu
5.5.ii.a Power Modes
The power modes screen displays information regarding the display,
backlight, and LED mode as well as the options to change their function.
Display
The DLI-R’s LCD screen display has options to be either on continuously
or turn off automatically after 5 minutes of inactivity. This option
can be changed by first pressing the F1 key to highlight the display
parameter configuration tab. Once the tab is highlighted the option
can be changed by pressing the F1 key repeatedly or using the UP and
DOWN keys to select either “On” or “Auto”.
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Backlight
Like the display, the LCD screen’s backlight also has power saving
options. The backlight can be either on continuously, off, or set to
automatically shut off after 30 seconds of inactivity. This option
can be changed by first pressing the F2 key to highlight the back
light parameter configuration tab. Once the tab is highlighted the
option can be changed by pressing the F2 key repeatedly or using
the UP and DOWN keys to select either “On”, “Off” or “Auto”.
LED Modes
The function of the two LEDs on the upper left corner of the
DLI-R can be regulated by first pressing the F3 key to highlight
the LED parameter configuration tab. Once the tab is highlighted
the option can be changed by pressing the F3 key repeatedly
or using the UP and DOWN keys to select either “Enabled” meaning
the LEDs will light to indicate device function or “Disabled” meaning
the LEDs will never light.
5.5.ii.b Display Update Mode
Selecting “MORE” by either pressing the F4 key or “OK” key while
viewing the Power Modes screen brings up the Display Update Mode
screen. On this screen, options relating to the refresh rate of the
screen are displayed. The F1 key toggles between ‘auto’ and
‘reading’ modes. In ‘auto’ mode, the display is updated periodically,
whereas in ‘reading’ mode, the display only updates after a reading is
taken. F2 selects the update period option. Pressing the “UP” and
“DOWN” keys increase and decrease the update period respectively.
5.5.ii.c Power Status
Selecting “MORE” by either pressing the F4 key or the OK key while
viewing the Display Update Mode screen brings up the Power Status
screen. On this screen the battery type is displayed and should be
changed by the user based on whether a Lithium or Alkaline battery
is used in the DLI-R. This can be changed by first pressing
the F1 button to highlight the type parameter configuration tab.
Once the tab is highlighted, the battery type can be changed by
either pressing the F1 key repeatedly or by using the UP and DOWN
arrows to select the correct battery type. The percent battery power
remaining, external power presence, battery voltage and external
power voltage are also displayed on the Power Status screen.
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5.5.iii Device Information
The F3 key in the Setup Menu displays the Device Information screens. Here
device identification information can be found including serial number,
product ID, revision, and subtype. Calibration parameters are also found
under device information including the date the device was last calibrated and
when it will be due for calibration again. Firmware details are also found here.
5.5.iii.a Device Range (Minimum)
The Minimum Device Range screen can be accessed by pressing the
F1 key while viewing the Device Information screen. This display
indicates the minimum values which the DLI-R is capable of detecting
and logging. Values on this screen cannot be modified.
5.5.iii.b Device Range (Maximum)
The Maximum Device Range screen can be accessed by pressing the
F2 key while viewing the Minimum Device Range screen. This display
indicates the maximum values which the DLI-R is capable of detecting
and logging. Values on this screen cannot be modified.
5.5.iii.c Calibration Parameters
Pressing F3 while in the Maximum or Minimum Device Range
screens will display the device calibration parameters. This screen
displays information indicating the most recent calibration date as
well as the date the next calibration will be due.
It is important to keep your device properly calibrated to
ensure accurate readings.
5.5.iii.d Device Version
Pressing the F4 key while viewing the Maximum or Minimum Device
Range screens will display the Device Version screen, containing
information such as firmware revision number and communications
baud rate. Values on this screen cannot be modified.
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5.5.iii.e Firmware Version
Firmware details can be viewed by pressing the F2 key while viewing
the Device Version screens. These details include the firmware version
number, date and time of firmware creation, and checksum.
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Section 6: DLI-R Screen Descriptions
6.1 Main Screen:
Displays last measured values.
F1 = STATUS: goes to status screens
F2 = STATS: shows statistics menu
F3 = UNITS: goes to unit selection screen
F4 = SETUP: shows device configuration menu
CANCEL = no function
OK = no function
UP = no function
DOWN = no function
6.2 Status Screens (Run Parameters):
Displays information about run parameters including date of recording start
(start date), time of recording start (start time), stop date, stop time, recording
rate, and current status.
For all status screens:
F1 = RUN: displays run parameters screen
F2 = MEM: displays memory status screen
F3 = TIME: displays time information screen
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F4 = MORE: displays the second status screen
CANCEL = returns to main screen
OK = toggles to memory status screen
UP = no function
DOWN = no function
6.3 Status Screens (Memory Status):
Displays information about the device’s memory capabilities including percent
of memory available (memory left), number of readings taken so far (readings),
max number of readings (max readings), and wrap.
For all status screens:
F1 = RUN: displays run parameters screen
F2 = MEM: displays memory status screen
F3 = TIME: displays time information screen
F4 = MORE: displays the second status screen
CANCEL = returns to main screen
OK = toggles to date and time screen
UP = no function
DOWN = no function
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6.4 Status Screens (Date and Time):
Displays current time and date as well as registered time and date and time zone
information.
For all status screens:
F1 = RUN: displays run parameters screen
F2 = MEM: displays memory status screen
F3 = TIME: displays time information screen
F4 = MORE: displays the second status screen
CANCEL = returns to main screen
OK = toggles to ID parameters screen
UP = no function
DOWN = no function
6.5 ID Parameters
Displays information relating to device identity.
For all status screens:
F1 = ID: displays ID parameters screen
F3 = MORE: displays the first status screen
F4 = EXIT: returns to main screen
CANCEL = returns to main screen
OK = returns to main screen
UP = no function
DOWN = no function
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6.6 Statistics Menu Screen:
Displays options available within the statistics menu.
F1 = CHAN: goes to screen that sorts statistics by channel
F2 = TYPE: goes to screen that sorts statistics by type
F3 = INFO: goes to Statistics Information Screen
F4 = EXIT: returns to main screen
CANCEL = returns to main screen
OK = returns to main screen
UP = no function
DOWN = no function
6.7 Channel Statistics:
Displays statistics (Maximum recorded value, Minimum recorded value, and
average recorded value) based on channel (External Probe)
F1 = PROBE: Displays external probe channel statistics
F2 = no function
F3 = no function
F4 = EXIT: returns to Statistics Menu Screen
CANCEL = returns to Statistics Menu
OK = returns to Statistics Menu
UP = no function
DOWN = no function
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6.8 Type Statistics:
Displays statistics from the channel (External Probe) sorted by type (maximum
recorded value, minimum recorded value, or average value).
F1 = AVG: displays average recorded value for the channel
F2 = MIN: displays minimum recorded value for the channel
F3 = MAX: displays maximum recorded value for the channel
F4 = EXIT: Returns to Statistics Menu
CANCEL = returns to Statistics Menu
OK = returns to Statistics Menu
UP = no function
DOWN = no function
6.9 Statistics Information Screen:
Displays current statistics information including the number of recorded readings,
start date, and start time.
F1 = CLEAR: Gives the option to clear all statistics
F2 = no function
F3 = no function
F4 = EXIT: returns to Statistics Menu
CANCEL = returns to Statistics Menu
OK = returns to Statistics Menu
UP = no function
DOWN = no function
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6.10 Unit Selection Menu:
Displays units currently being used for each channel
F1 = PROBE: selects external probe channel for unit change
F2 = no function
F3 = no function
F4 = OK: returns to Main Screen
Note: unit selection can be changed by pressing the corresponding function key
repeatedly or using the UP and DOWN arrows to select appropriate units.
CANCEL = returns to main menu without accepting changes
OK = accepts changes and returns to main menu
6.11 Device Configuration Menu:
Displays options available within the device configuration menu.
F1 = DISPLAY: enters Adjust Visibility screen
F2 = POWER: enters Power Modes screen
F3 = INFO: goes to Device Information screens
F4 = EXIT: returns to main screen
CANCEL = returns to main screen
OK = returns to main screen
UP = no function
DOWN = no function
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6.12 Adjust Visibility:
Displays options for changing the viewing of the channel on the main screen
(either shows the channel or hides it.)
F1 = PROBE: first highlights and then changes the viewing options of the
external probe channel
F2 = no function
F3 = no function
F4 = MORE: moves on to Display Configuration screen
CANCEL = return to Device Configuration Menu
OK = moves on to Display Configuration screen
UP = once channel parameter configuration tab is highlighted scrolls
through available options
DOWN = once channel parameter configuration tab is highlighted scrolls
through available options
6.13 Display Configuration:
Allows the user to change the contrast of the LCD display as well as the channel
size.
F1 = CNTRST: highlights the contrast parameter configuration tab
F2 = SIZE: highlights and then changes options of the channel size parameter
F3 = MORE: moves back to the Adjust Visibility screen
F4 = EXIT: returns to Display Configuration Menu
CANCEL = returns to Device Configuration Menu
OK = moves back to the Adjust Visibility screen
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UP = when contrast or size parameter configuration tab is highlighted increases value
DOWN = when contrast or size parameter configuration tab is highlighted
increases decreases value
6.14 Power Modes Screen:
Displays information regarding the devices different power modes including the
display visibility, backlight options, and LED modes.
F1 = DISPLAY: first highlights and then changes display visibility (On: full visibility or Auto: shuts off after 5 minutes of inactivity)
F2 = BKLGHT: first highlights and then changes backlight options (On:
backlight always on, Auto: backlight shuts off after 30 sec of inactivity, or Off:
backlight always off)
F3 = LED: first highlights and then changes LED mode options
F4 = MORE: moves to Display Update Mode screen
CANCEL = Returns to Device Configuration Menu
OK = moves to Display Update Mode screen
UP = once parameter configuration tab is highlighted scrolls through available
options
DOWN = once parameter configuration tab is highlighted scrolls through
available options
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6.15 Display Update Mode Screen:
Displays information regarding display refresh mode and refresh interval.
F1 = MODE: first highlights and then changes update mode (Auto: screen
refreshes periodically or Reading: refreshes only after a reading is taken)
F2 = TIME: highlights time parameter so that refresh interval can be
changed.
F4 = MORE: moves to Power Status screen
CANCEL = Returns to Device Configuration Menu
OK = moves to Power Status screen
UP = once parameter configuration tab is highlighted scrolls through available options
DOWN = once parameter configuration tab is highlighted scrolls through
available options
6.16 Power Status Screen:
Displays details about power available to the device including the battery type,
battery voltage, and external voltage.
F1 = TYPE: highlights and then changes battery type (Lithium or Alkaline)
F3 = MORE: moves back to Power Modes screen
F4 = EXIT: Returns to Device Configuration Screen
CANCEL = Returns to Device Configuration Menu
OK = moves back to Power Modes screen
UP = if type parameter configuration tab is highlighted, scrolls through available options
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DOWN = if type parameter configuration tab is highlighted, scrolls through
available options
6.17 Device Information Screens (Minimum Device Range):
Displays values indicating minimum external probe data detectable by the
DLI-R.
For all Device Information Screens:
F1 = MIN: shows Device Range (Minimum)
F2 = MAX: shows Device Range (Maximum) screen
F3 = CAL: shows Calibration Information screens
F4 = MORE: shows further Device Information screens
CANCEL = Returns to Device Configuration Menu
OK = Returns to Device Configuration Menu
UP = No function
DOWN = No function
6.18 Device Information Screens (Maximum Device Range):
Displays values indicating maximum external probe data detectable by the
DLI-R.
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6.19 Device Information Screens (Device Version):
Displays device version information.
F1 = VERS: shows Device Version screen
F2 = FIRM: shows Firmware Version screen
F3 = MORE: shows Device Range (Minimum) screen
F4 = EXIT: Returns to Device Configuration Menu
CANCEL = Returns to Device Configuration Menu
OK = Returns to Device Configuration Menu
UP = No function
DOWN = No function
6.20 Device Information Screens (Firmware Version):
Displays device firmware version information.
F1 = VERS: shows Device Version screen
F2 = FIRM: shows Firmware Version screen
F3 = MORE: shows Device Range (Minimum) screen
F4 = EXIT: Returns to Device Configuration Menu
CANCEL = Returns to Device Configuration Menu
OK = Returns to Device Configuration Menu
UP = No function
DOWN = No function
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6.21 Calibration Information Screens (Calibration Date):
Displays date of last calibration and due date of next calibration.
For all Device Information Screens:
F1 = DATE: no function
F2 = PROBE: shows external probe calibration information
F3 = no function
F4 = EXIT: returns to Device Range (Minimum) screen
CANCEL = Returns to Device Range (Minimum) screen
OK = Toggles to Probe Calibration screen
UP = No function
DOWN = No function
6.22 Calibration Information Screens (Probe Calibration):
Displays calibration information for temperature channel.
F1 = DATE: shows calibration date information
F2 = PROBE: no function
F3 = no function
F4 = EXIT: returns to Device Range (Minimum) screen
CANCEL = returns to Device Range (Minimum) screen
OK = returns to Device Range (Minimum) screen
UP = No function
DOWN = No function
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6.23 Device Reset Screen (Hardware Reset):
Displayed as notification when a hardware reset has occurred.
F1 = OK: accepts notification and displays main screen
F2 = no function
F3 = no function
F4 = no function
CANCEL = no function
OK = accepts notification and displays main screen
UP = no function
DOWN = no function
6.24 Device Reset Screen (Power Interruption):
Displayed as notification when power is interrupted during device operation.
F1 = OK: accepts notification and displays main screen
F2 = no function
F3 = no function
F4 = no function
CANCEL = no function
OK = accepts notification and displays main screen
UP = no function
DOWN = no function
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Section 7: Computer Interface:
1.
Insert the USB connector of the DL700 into an available USB port.
Fully insert male connector of the DL700 interface cable into the
female receptacle of the data logger*.
*WARNING: Install driver before connecting a device using a USB for
the first time. See the Dwyer Data Logger Software manual for further
information.)
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Section 8: Wall Mounting
Power Supply Cable Slot
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Section 9: Maintenance
BATTERY WARNING
Many Dwyer data loggers contain a lithium battery. Do
not cut the battery open, incinerate, or recharge. Do not heat
lithium batteries above the specified operating temperature.*
Dispose of the battery in accordance with local regulations.
*See the individual specification sheets at www.dwyer-inst.com.
The DLI-R does not have any user-serviceable parts except the battery which
should be replaced periodically. The battery life is affected by battery type,
ambient temperature, sample rate, sensor selection, offloads and LCD
display usage. The DLI-R has a battery status indicator on the LCD display.
If the battery indication is low, or if the device seems to be inoperable, it is
recommended that the battery be changed.
To change the battery, locate and remove the four (4) 3/32 hex screws on
the back of the unit. Separate the halves and the battery compartment is now
visible. Remove the old 9V battery from the battery clips and replace with
a new 9V battery. Dwyer recommends using 9V lithium battery. An alkaline
battery is acceptable, but will yield a shorter battery life.
For any other maintenance or calibration issues, Dwyer recommends the
unit be returned to the factory for service. Before returning the device, you
must obtain an RGA from the factory. For further information, please contact
Dwyer at:
Dwyer Instruments, Inc.
P.O. Box 373, 102 Indiana Hwy. 212
Michigan City, IN 46361 USA
TEL: (219) 879-8000 • FAX: (219) 872-9057
www.dwyer-inst.com
[email protected]
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Section 10: Terms and Conditions
All products furnished by Dwyer Instruments, Inc. (“Seller”) shall be in accordance with the
following terms and conditions unless otherwise stated in writing:
These Terms and Conditions (“Terms and Conditions”) govern (a) all sales quotations and
sales of components, equipment, parts, and other products (“Product”) from, and (b) all service
proposals and provisions of services by Seller to the buyer of the Products (“Buyer”). These Terms
and Conditions shall take precedence over any terms and conditions which appear on Buyer’s
order or other form or any other writing or electronic transmission from Buyer. Any terms or
conditions on any of Buyer’s forms, recordings, electronic transmissions, or orders that are
different from or in addition to these Terms and Conditions are specifically rejected. Any
modification to these Terms and Conditions must be agreed to and executed in writing by Seller.
Seller’s failure to object to provisions contained in any communication from Buyer shall not be
construed as a waiver of these Terms and Conditions or as an acceptance of any such provision.
Trade custom, trade usage and past performance are superseded by these terms and conditions
and shall not be used to interpret these terms and conditions. In the event that Product includes
software, the software is licensed to Buyer in object code form only in accordance with Seller’s
standard Software License Terms that are included below.
10.1 Limited Warranty.
A. Seller Manufactured Products and Seller Provided Services.
Seller warrants to Buyer that:
(i) Seller manufactured Software (as defined in Section 23 below) shall execute the programming
instructions provided by Seller, and
(ii) Seller manufactured Product and consumables and Seller provided services shall be free
from material defects in material and workmanship under normal uses and care, in each
case until the expiration of the applicable warranty period specified below
Seller manufactured Product is warranted for the shorter of twelve (12) months from the date
of initial installation or fifteen (15) months from the date of shipment by Seller. Seller manufactured
consumables and Software, and Seller provided services are warranted for a period of ninety (90)
days from the date of shipment or completion, as applicable. If Buyer discovers any warranty
defect and notifies Seller thereof in writing during the applicable warranty period, Seller shall, at
its option, promptly correct any defects that are found by Seller, or repair or replace F.O.B. point of
manufacture that portion of the Seller manufactured Products, consumables or Software found by
Seller to be defective, or refund the price of the defective portion of the Seller manufactured Products,
consumables or Software, or of the defective portion of the Seller provided services. All replacements
or repairs necessitated by inadequate maintenance, normal wear and usage, unsuitable
power sources, unsuitable environmental conditions, accident, misuse, improper installation,
modification, repair, storage or handling, or any other cause not the fault of Seller are not covered
by this limited warranty, and shall be at Buyer’s expense. Seller shall not be obligated to pay any
costs or charges incurred by Buyer or any other party except as may be agreed upon in writing
in advance by an authorized representative of Seller. All costs of dismantling, re-installation and
freight, and the time and expenses of Seller’s personnel for site travel and diagnosis under this
limited warranty shall be borne by Buyer unless accepted in writing by Seller. Seller manufactured
Products, consumables and Software, and Seller provided services, repaired, replaced or corrected
during the applicable warranty period shall be in warranty for the greater of the remainder of the
applicable original warranty period or ninety (90) days.
THE FOREGOING STATES THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE WARRANTY AND LIABILITY OF SELLER.
FOR BREACH OF WARRANTY AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES
AND COVENANTS, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, IN REGARD THERETO. EXCEPT FOR THE EXPRESS
LIMITED WARRANTY SET FORTH IN THIS SECTION, SELLER DOES NOT MAKE AND HEREBY
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DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL OTHER REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND
WHATSOEVER, WHETHER EXPRESSED, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING, WITHOUT
LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, NONINFRINGEMENT OR ACCURACY, ADEQUACY OR COMPLETENESS OF DATA
MEASUREMENT, WITH RESPECT TO ANY OF THE SELLER MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS,
CONSUMABLES OR SOFTWARE, OR ANY OF THE SELLER PROVIDED SERVICES.
Any drawings submitted with the Products are only to show the general style, arrangement,
and approximate dimensions of the Products.
B. Equipment, Consumables, Software and Services Manufactured or Provided by Others.
SELLER DOES NOT MAKE, AND HEREBY DISCLAIMS, ANY AND ALL REPRESENTATIONS AND
WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER, WHETHER EXPRESSED, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY,
INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, NONINFRINGEMENT OR ACCURACY, ADEQUACY OR COMPLETENESS
OF DATA MEASUREMENT, WITH RESPECT TO ANY EQUIPMENT, COMPONENTS, PARTS,
CONSUMABLES, SOFTWARE OR SERVICES SOLD TO BUYER BY SELLER THAT ARE NOT
MANUFACTURED OR PROVIDED BY SELLER. Seller shall assign the manufacturer’s or service
provider’s warranty applicable to such equipment, components, parts, consumables, Software
and services to the extent permitted, to Buyer. Seller will provide Buyer with available warranty
information.
10.2 Limitations.
IN NO EVENT, REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OF THE CLAIM OR CAUSE OF ACTION (WHETHER
BASED IN CONTRACT, INFRINGEMENT, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY, OTHER TORT OR
OTHERWISE), SHALL SELLER’S LIABILITY EXCEED THE PRICE ACTUALLY PAID BY BUYER TO
SELLER FOR THE SPECIFIC PRODUCTS, CONSUMABLES AND/OR SOFTWARE MANUFACTURED,
AND/OR SERVICES PROVIDED, BY SELLER GIVING RISE TO THE CLAIM OR CAUSE OF ACTION.
SELLER SHALL NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OF REVENUE,
LOSS OF PROFITS OR ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, WHETHER OR NOT FORESEEABLE. NO ACTION, REGARDLESS OF FORM, ARISING OUT
OF ANY TRANSACTION GOVERNED BY THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, MAY BE BROUGHT BY
EITHER PARTY MORE THAN TWO (2) YEARS AFTER THE CAUSE OF ACTION HAS ACCRUED. The
foregoing allocation of risk and limitation of liability has been agreed to by the parties and forms
the basis of their willingness to enter into any accepted order.
10.3 Software License.
(A) For purposes hereof, “Software” means the computer programs included in the Product at
delivery, together with all codes, techniques, software tools, formats, designs, concepts, methods,
and ideas associated with those computer programs. The term also includes all copies of any part
of the software, as well as the manual(s) and printed materials provided by Seller.
(B) Seller grants Buyer a non- exclusive, non-transferable license to use the Software, in object
code form only, according to the terms set forth below. Buyer may operate the Software only
(i) in conjunction with and as part of the Product; (ii) in the manner in which it is intended by
Seller; and (iii) at Buyer’s plant site where the Product is first used. Buyer may negotiate with Seller
separate licenses to use the Software at other plant sites. Buyer’s use of Software shall be governed
exclusively by Seller’s and/or an third party owner’s applicable license terms.
(C) Buyer shall not (i) make the Software available to any person or entity other than its
employees, who must use the Software only as specified above; (ii) modify the Software or merge
it with another program; (iii) reverse engineer, disassemble, decompile, or make any attempt to
discover the source code of the Software; (iv) translate or create derivative works based on the
Software; (v) remove, obscure, or alter any notice of the patent, copyright, or other proprietary
rights related to the Software; (vi) sub-license, sell, lend, rent, or lease any portion of the Software;
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(vii) copy any portion of the Software; (viii) operate the Software other than in conjunction with
operation of Product; or (ix) transfer the Software in violation of applicable United States Export
laws and regulations.
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P.O. Box 373 l 102 Indiana Hwy. 212,
Michigan City, IN 46361 USA
Phone: 219.879.8000 l Fax: 219.872.9057
www.dwyer-inst.com l [email protected]
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