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71VR1
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
PAPERLESS RECORDER
(color LCD display)
MODEL
71VR1
BEFORE USE ....
POINTS OF CAUTION
Thank you for choosing M-System. Before use, please check
contents of the package you received as outlined below.
If you have any problems or questions with the product,
please contact M-System’s Sales Office or representatives.
This product is for use in general industrial environments,
therefore may not be suitable for applications which require
higher level of safety (e.g. safety or accident prevention systems) or of reliability (e.g. vehicle control or combustion control systems).
Make sure for safety that only qualified personnel perform
the wiring.
■ CONFORMITY WITH EC DIRECTIVES
•This equipment is suitable for use in a Pollution Degree
2 environment and in Installation Category II, with the
maximum operating voltage of 300V.
Reinforced insulation is maintained between analog input or contact input or contact output or network interface, power and FE (Functional Earth), Basic insulation
is between analog input each other, contact input, contact
output each other and network interface. Prior to installation, check that the insulation class of this unit satisfies
the system requirements.
•Altitude up to 2000 meters.
•Do not share the grounding point of PE (Protective Earth)
of other devices with FE (Functional Earth). Handle as
signal ground.
•The equipment must be installed such that appropriate
clearance and creepage distances are maintained to conform to CE requirements. Failure to observe these requirements may invalidate the CE conformance.
•In order to enable the operator to turn off the power input
immediately, install a switch or a circuit breaker according to the relevant requirements in IEC 60947-1 and IEC
60947-3 and properly indicate it.
■ PACKAGE INCLUDES:
Paperless Recorder........................................................ (1)
Installation fastener.............................................. (1) pair
CSJ sensor (for 71VR1- E501-x)................................... (3)
■ MODEL NO.
Confirm that the model number described on the product is
exactly what you ordered.
■ INSTRUCTION MANUAL
This manual describes necessary points of caution when
you use this product, including installation, connection and
basic maintenance procedures.
For detailed explanations to operate this product, please refer to Model 71VR1 Operating Manual (EM-7403-B), downloadable at M-System’s web site.
http://www.m-system.co.jp
■ MEMORY CARD
Prepare the following model numbers:
Available for purchase from M-System. Consult M-System
• Manufacturer: Hagiwara Solutions
Model: NSD6-002GT (discontinued)
Capacity: 2 GB
• Manufacturer: Hagiwara Solutions
Model: NSDA-004GT (discontinued), NSDA-004GL
Capacity: 4 GB
• Manufacturer: Apacer Technology
Model: AP-ISD04GIS4B-T (discontinued), AP-ISD04GIS4B-3T
Capacity: 4 GB
■ POWER INPUT RATING & OPERATIONAL RANGE
•Locate the power input rating marked on the product and
confirm its operational range as indicated below:
Rating 100 – 240V AC: 85 – 264V, 50/60 Hz,
approx. 7VA at 100V, approx. 10VA at 240V
24V DC rating: 24V ±10%, approx. 6W
110V DC rating: 85 – 150V, approx. 6W
•Supplying any level of power other than specified above
will cause malfunctions.
•The power supply must have the startup characteristics
such that output voltage rises within operational voltage
range in 5 seconds.
•The power cables and the signal I/O cables must be located separately.
•The power cables, the signal I/O cables, and the communication cables should not be bundled together or placed
near each other.
•To increase noise resistance of the power input wires,
twist the strands before connecting.
■ SAFETY PRECAUTION
•Before you remove the unit, turn off the power supply and
input signal for safety.
•Do not disassemble or modify the unit in any way. Doing
so may result in a fire or an electrical shock.
•Do not block the unit’s ventilation openings or use it in
areas where heat accumulates. Additionally, do not store
or use it under high-temperature conditions.
•Do not use the unit in an environment where flammable
gases or corrosive gases are present.
•Do not store or use the unit in locations subject to direct
sunlight, or where excessive dust or dirt is present.
•The unit is a precision instrument. Do not store or use it
where large shocks or excessive vibration can occur.
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•Do not store or use the unit in environments subject to
chemical evaporation (such as that of organic solvents), or
where there are chemicals and/or acids present in the air.
•Do not use paint thinner or organic solvents to clean the
unit.
•Observe the environmental conditions when using the unit.
•Wait at least for 15 seconds before turning on the power
supply after it has been turned off.
■ ENVIRONMENT
•Indoor use
•The unit is designed to be mounted on a vertical panel. It
is not suitable for a slanted or a horizontal panel surface.
•Environmental temperature must be within -5 to +55°C
(23 to 131°F) with relative humidity within 30 to 90% RH
in order to ensure adequate life span and operation.
■ GROUNDING
•Be sure to determine in advance the most stable grounding point in the environment and earth the unit’s FE terminal and that of connected devices to it in order to protect the devices from dielectric breakdown.
•Grounding is also effective to eliminate noise that could
cause errors in the unit’s operation.
■ MEMORY CARD
•Do not turn off the power supply to the unit or reset it during recording. The memory card may be destroyed.
•Observe the described procedure when you need to replace
the memory card during recording.
•Confirm the sides and the connector position of the memory card when inserting one to the card slot.
•Do not touch the metal terminal with your hands or metallic tools.
•Memory cards have a life span. Back up your important
data.
■ MINIMIZING NOISE INTERFERENCE TO ANALOG SIGNAL CABLES
•Noise entering through the analog signal cables may
cause irregular measurement values, degradation of overall accuracy, and malfunction of the product. We recommend that you would conduct wiring to the unit with the
following points of caution.
•Do not install cables (power supply, input and output)
close to noise sources (high frequency line, etc.).
•Do not bind the analog I/O cables together with those in
which noises are present. Do not install them in the same
duct.
■ DO NOT APPLY OVERRANGE INPUT
•Do not apply voltages exceeding ±15V to terminals V
– COM and AB – C to prevent damage. Do not apply currents exceeding ±30mA to terminals I – COM to prevent
damage.
■ INTERNAL CLOCK
•The internal clock data is stored in memory powered by a
backup battery while the unit is without external power
supply.
•The data will be reset to its default status when the battery is used up while the unit is left without power supply
for a long time period. The clock adjustment will be necessary once the power is restored.
•Once the power is restored, the unit starts recharging the
battery. It will be full in approximately in 36 to 48 hours.
•Battery backup: approx. one month
■ AND ....
•We recommend use of an UPS to supply power backups.
•The unit is designed to function as soon as power is supplied, however, a warm up for 10 minutes is required for
satisfying complete performance described in the data
sheet.
■ LCD PANEL
•The LCD panel’s liquid contains an irritant. If the panel
is damaged and the liquid contacts your skin, rinse immediately the contact area with running water for at least 15
minutes. If the liquid gets in your eyes, rinse immediately
your eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes and
consult a doctor.
•The following phenomena are LCD characteristics, and
NOT a product defect:
- LCD screen may show uneven brightness depending
upon displayed images.
- The LCD screen pixels may contain minute black-andwhite-colored spots.
- The color displayed on the LCD screen may appear different when seen from outside the specified viewing angle.
- When the same image is displayed on the screen for a
long time period, an afterimage may appear when the image is changed. If this happens, turn off the unit and wait
15 seconds before restarting it.
•To prevent an afterimage plan to change the screen image
periodically so that the same image does not remain for
the long time period.
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COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION
■ REAR VIEW
■ FRONT VIEW
(2)
(1)
(7)
(3)
F4
F1
F2
F5
F6
F3
(6)
(4)
1
11
21
2
12
22
3
13
23
4
14
24
5
15
6
16
7
17
27
8
18
28
9
19
29
10
20
30
25
MEM
(8)
(5)
COMPONENT
(9)
26
(10)
FUNCTION
(1) Main display
Measured values and setting view are displayed.
TREND display screen: Recorded data is displayed in trend graph.
DIGITAL display screen: Display digital values and bar graph.
CONTROL MENU: Change the settings.
SETTING MENU: Change the detailed settings.
(2) Sub display
Date/time, memory card status and contact status are displayed.
(3) Infrared communication port
Recorded data and settings are transferred to a PC with the Infrared Communication Adaptor
(model: COP-IRDA) and the PC configurator software (model: 71VRCFG).
(4) F1 button
Change measurement display, CONTROL MENU, and SETTING MENU, cancel the operation.
(5) F2 – F5 button
Change display pages, operation of menu or cursor, change setting values.
(6) F6 button
Mark to measured values, ENTER, execute commands.
(7) Terminal 1
Power supply terminals, contact output terminals, contact input terminals
(8) Terminal 2
Analog input terminals
(9) Terminal 3
Analog input terminals, external interface terminals
(10) Memory card slot
Insert a memory card.
EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS & TERMINAL ASSIGNMENT unit: mm (inch)
MOUNTING BRACKET
30-M3 SCREW TERMINAL
1
11
21
2
12
22
3
4
13
14
23
24
5
15
25
6
16
26
7
17
27
8
18
28
9
19
29
10
20
30
92 (3.62)
96 (3.78)
110 (4.33 )
6-M3 SCREW
TERMINAL COVER
WATERTIGHT SEALING
2 (.08)
96 (3.78)
10.5
(.41)
92 (3.62)
98 (3.86)
100 (3.94)
The terminals for number 11 through 20 are
only with 5-points input.
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■ HOW TO REMOVE THE TERMINAL COVER
Insert the minus tip of a screwdriver into each hole at the
four corners of the cover and pull it to the direction as indicated below to separate the terminal cover.
NSTALLATION
■ PANEL CUTOUT unit: mm
+0.8
0
92
+0.8
0
92
Usable panel thickness: 0.5 – 10
■ CAUTION
•Degree of protection, IP65 is applicable to the front panel
of the unit with single mounting according to the specified
panel cutout.
•Install the unit to vertical panel so that its function buttons are at the bottom side. Installing by other direction
will cause degradation of life span or performance due to
rise of the internal temperature.
•Ensure that there is sufficient space for ventilation inside
a panel. Do not install above the devices that generate
high heat such as heaters, transformers or resistors. Observe at the minimum of 30 mm (1.2”) in all directions for
maintenance purpose.
■ HOW TO MOUNT THE UNIT ON A PANEL
1) Remove the mounting brackets.
2)Remove the terminal cover and insert it into the panel
cutout prior to insertion of the unit.
3)Insert the unit into the panel cutout. The watertight
packing must be in place to hold the unit. Do not remove
it.
4) Hang the hooks of the mounting brackets at the square
holes on the upper and bottom side of the unit. Tighten
screws of the brackets until the unit is fixed to the panel.
Panel
■ HOW TO REMOVE THE TERMINAL BLOCK
•The terminal block is separable in two pieces. Loosen two
screws on top and bottom of the terminal block to separate.
•Be sure to turn off the power supply, input/output signal,
communication signal and power supply to the output relays before separating the terminal block.
•Each terminal block has ID keys so that it can be inserted
to applicable terminal socket only.
Terminal Block Screw
Terminal Block ID Key
Terminal
Block
Separable
Terminal Block ID Key
Mounting Bracket
Watertight Sealing
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CONNECTION DIAGRAM
Shielded
Twisted-pair Cable
CONTACT INPUT Di 1 + 8
CONTACT INPUT Di 2 + 9
27 T1 +
Communication
Circuit
Contact
Input
Circuit
COM – 10
29 T3
*1
30 T4
COM
*2
Isolation
V 21
DC INPUT Ai 1
CONTACT OUTPUT Do 1
CONTACT OUTPUT Do 2
A/D
Converter
I 25
7
Digital
Computation
2 U(+)
POWER
3 V(–)
COM 26
1 FE
Isolation
A1 11
A/D
Converter
B1 12
C1 13
Isolation
A2 14
UNIVERSAL
INPUT
Ai 4
A/D
Converter
B2 15
C2 16
Isolation
A3 17
UNIVERSAL
INPUT
Ai 5
SHLD
5
Isolation
V 24
UNIVERSAL
INPUT
Ai 3
3
6
COM 23
DC INPUT Ai 2
Jumper *
4
A/D
Converter
I 22
To other
Modbus devices
28 T2 –
A/D
Converter
B3 18
C3 19
Memory Card Slot
Display / Setting
*1. Only with 5-point inputs
*2. Only with 2-point DC inputs
*3. When the device is located at the end of a transmission line
via twisted-pair cable (when there is no cross-wiring), close across the terminals T2 - T3 with a leadwire.
■ INPUT CONNECTION E.G.
• DC Input
+
I
VOLTAGE INPUT
+
V
V
I
CURRENT INPUT
– COM
– COM
NOTE: Short across the terminals V and I for Current Input.
• Universal Input
A
A
+ B
VOLTAGE INPUT
+
CURRENT INPUT
–
C
B
+
C
-
REM2
–
T/C
CJC SENSOR
A
RTD
B
C
A
A
B
B
B
C
NOTE: For mA input, the REM2 is required.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION EXAMPLES
Paperless Recorder (model: 71VR1)
RS-485 (Modbus-RTU)
Lightning Surge Protector for RS-485/422*
(model: MD74R or MDP-4R)
1
Lightning Surge Protector for RS-485/422*
(model: MD74R or MDP-4R)
1
・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
Modbus I/O Module (model: R7M)
Modbus I/O Module (model: R7M)
*1. Insert lightning surge protectors recommended in this example if necessary.
MODBUS WIRING DIAGRAM
71VR1
RS-485
T1
T2
T3
T4
R7M
RS-485
R7M
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
Terminator *
1
*1. Use a terminating resistor when the device is at the extreme end of a transmission line.
■ MEMORY CARD
•How to insert a memory card
1) Initialize a memory card
2) Make sure the Lock switch is slid up (unlock position) so
that the memory card is writable.
3) Insert the memory card into the memory card slot completely.
4) CARD in the sub display turns to green.
•How to remove a memory card
1)When the unit is recording, press STOP RECORDING
button in the CONTROL MENU to stop recording.
2)Press the REMOVE MEMORY CARD button in the
CONTROL MENU.
3) Push the memory card to remove it.
■ WIRING
• Power supply
Confirm the power input rating marked on the product.
1) Remove the terminal cover.
2) Loosen three screws on the power supply terminals.
3) Connect the power cables and the earth cable to the power supply terminals.
4) Replace the terminal cover.
•Input/Output
Follow the procedure shown below when a DC signal is connected to DC Input Ai 1. For other input/output connections, similar procedure should be followed.
1) Turn the power off.
2) Remove the terminal cover.
3) Connect the (+) side of a signal source to V (21), connect
the (–) side to COM (23).
4) Replace the terminal cover.
Please choose appropriate solderless terminals for the input/output terminals and the power terminals, referring to
the figure shown below. Appropriate tightening torque is
0.5 N·m.
Input terminal block: M3 screw terminal connection
Screw terminal material: Nickel plated steel
Appropriate wire size: 0.3 to 0.75 mm2
3 (.12) max.
4 min.
(.16)
3.2 (.13) dia.
6 max.
(.24)
PREPARATION & WIRING TO THE UNIT
12 (.47) max.
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SETTING UP THE RECORDER
Basic setup procedure for 71VR1-E101-x is explained in this
section, using an example of voltage input measurement at
Input 1 displaying 0 to 100 % to store data in a memory card
in 500 m sec. sample rate.
■ SYSTEM SETTING
1) Hold down F1 button on TREND display screen, DIGITAL display screen or CONTROL MENU until SETTING
MENU is displayed.
2) SYSTEM is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6) button to display SYSTEM SETTING menu.
3) Confirm the settings such as DATE, TIME, NUMBER
OF DECIMALS, and MODBUS. If you need to change
them, press F1 or F2 button to move to the setting you
need to change.
4)Press [EDIT] (F6) button to change color of the value to
magenta, then change the value by pressing F2 through
F5 button. After changing the value, press [ENTER]
(F6) to set the value.
5)Press [RETURN] (F1) button to return to TREND display screen.
■ INPUT CHANNEL SETTING
1) Hold down F1 button on TREND display screen, DIGITAL display screen or CONTROL MENU until SETTING
MENU is displayed.
2) Press F2 or F3 button to select CHANNEL in the menu
list, then press [ENTER] (F6) button to display CHANNEL MENU.
3)OPERATING MODE is selected. Press [ENTER] (F6)
button to display CHANNEL/OPERATING MODE
menu.
4)SAMPLE RATE is selected. Press [EDIT] (F6) button.
Press F2 or F3 button to select 500 ms of sample rate.
Press [ENTER] (F6) button to set the sample rate.
5)NORMAL/DEMO is for selecting NORMAL mode or
DEMO mode. Confirm it is NORMAL.
6)Press [RETURN] (F1) button to return to the CHANNEL
MENU.
9) Press F2 or F3 button to select MAX, then press [EDIT
–> –>] (F6) button to enable editing.
10)Press F2 through F5 button to change the value to
10.000, then press [ENTER] (F6) button.
• CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu 2/3
To change ENGINEERING UNIT and TAG NAME, the
Configurator Software (model: 71VRCFG) is required.
1) Press F4 or F5 button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG
INPUT menu 2/3.
2) Press F2 or F3 button to select SCALE MIN, then press
[EDIT –> –>] (F6) button to enable editing.
3) Press F2 through F5 button to change the value to
0.000, then press [ENTER] (F6) button.
4) Press F2 or F3 button to select SCALE MAX, then press
[EDIT –> –>] (F6) button to enable editing.
5) Press F2 through F5 button to change the value to
10.000, then press [ENTER] (F6) button.
• CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu 3/3
1) Press F4 or F5 button to display CHANNEL/ANALOG
INPUT menu 3/3.
2) PRESENT VALUE displays current measured value.
Use ZERO/SPAN to adjust the measured value.
3)Press [RETURN] (F1) button twice to return to SETTING MENU.
■ PEN SETTING
1)Press F2 or F3 button to select PEN in the menu list,
then press [ENTER] (F6) button to display PEN SETTING menu.
2) Confirm that P1 is displayed at PEN column.
3) Press F2 or F3 button to select INPUT, then press [EDIT
–> –>] (F6) button to enable editing.
4)Press F2 or F3 button to select “AI 1”, then press [ENTER] (F6) button.
5)Press [RETURN] (F1) button twice to return to TREND
display screen.
Basic procedure is mostly the same as the above example.
■ CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT/CHANNEL SETTING
•CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu 1/3
1) Press F2 or F3 button in CHANNEL MENU to select
ANALOG INPUT, then press [ENTER] (F6) button to
display CHANNEL/ANALOG INPUT menu.
2)Press [EDIT –> –>] (F6) button to select “AI 1” for INPUT
CHANNEL.
3) Press F2 or F3 button to select FIELD CHANNEL, then
press [EDIT –> –>] (F6) button to enable editing.
4) Press F2 or F3 button to select Ai1, then press [ENTER]
(F6) button to set the field channel to Ai1.
5) Press F2 or F3 button to select TYPE, then press [EDIT
–> –>] (F6) button to enable editing.
6)Press F2 or F3 button to select “-10 – 10V”, then press
[ENTER] (F6) button to set the type to “-10 – 10V”.
7) Press F2 or F3 button to select MIN, then press [EDIT –>
–>] (F6) button to enable editing.
8) Press F2 through F5 button to change the value to 0.000,
then press [ENTER] (F6) button. The number of decimal
places displayed here is fixed by the setting in the SYSTEM SETTING menu.
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LET’S START RECORDING
LIGHTNING SURGE PROTECTION
■ DISPLAY MEASURED VALUE
Press F1 to select TREND display screen or DIGITAL display screen and display measured value.
M-System offers a series of lightning surge protector for
protection against induced lightning surges. Please contact
M-System to choose appropriate models.
■ RECORD MEASURED VALUE
1)Press F1 button several times to display CONTROL
MENU.
2) Press F2 or F3 button to select START CONTINUOUS
RECORDING, then press [ENTER] (F6) button. The
unit starts recording to memory card.
3)Press F1 button to confirm REC in the sub display of
TREND display screen or DIGITAL display screen turns
to red.
■ STOP RECORDING
1)Press F1 button several times to display CONTROL
MENU.
2) Press F2 or F3 button to select STOP RECORDING, then
press [ENTER] (F6) button. The unit stops recording.
Use the memory card, or the Infrared Communication
Adaptor (model: COP-IRDA) and the PC configurator software (model: 71VRCFG) to transfer the recorded files to a
Personal Computer.
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