PHU Paperless Recorder (21B1-E

PHU Paperless Recorder (21B1-E
Paperless Recorder
Type:PHU
Long Term Record Data Saving
3years in Compact Flash(In case of using 512MB Compact Flash)
Saved Data playback
Saved data in Memory card can be easily called out and played back on display
Math and totalization
These functions are available as standard.
Communication
Ethernet (10Base-T) is available. (option)
Screen saver
Type: PHU
Period of non-operation exceeds the setting value of parameter, recorder turns off the backlight of LCD.
PC support softwares (Data Viewer/Parameter Loader)
Supplied in a CD-ROM as a part of standard accessory
36-point max. recording
12 types of thermocouples, 5 types of resistance bulbs and voltage/current input are available
21B1-E-0073
Provides flexibility and variety in the handling of record data.
Status Display
Allows you to display screen name, calendar, alarm
information, recording status, writing status of measured data
in Compact Flash, and fitting status of the card into the
recorder slot.
Time display
Indicates the time and time scale of recorded data.
Trend Display
Allows you to view measured result in waveforms.
Digital Display
Allows you to view measured values in a digital form.
Key panel
llows you to perform the recording start/stop, selection of
A
display, setting, data display/change.
Power indicator
During power on, LED turns on.
While screen saver is working, it flickers.
About 3 years' worth of
data can be recorded in
Compact Flash (512 MB).
When recorded in ASCII
mode, for 9 channels, and
with a recording cycle of
30 seconds.
Mathematics function (programming formula) as standard
You can program formula using below operand.
Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division Absolute value, X to the power of Y, Logarithm, Natural
logarithm, Exponential function, Humidity, Average value, Maximum value, Minimum value.
Communication
Ethernet (10Base-T) is available. It has FTP, HTTP (Web server), SMTP and MODBUS-TCP protocols.
Calculation function offered as standard
Subtraction
Difference between the values of each channel can be calculated.
F value calculation
Extinction rate of bacteria by heat sterilization can be calculated per channel according to the measured
temperature.
Totalization
Measured value of each channel can be totalized.
Reference time can be selected from day, hour, minute and second.
Square root extraction
Square root extraction of the input value of each channel can be performed.
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Wide variety of display mode
Trend recording (horizontal)
Measured result is horizontally displayed in real time.
Bar graph
Measured values are displayed in bar graph.
Digital display
Channel No., Tag No. engineering unit, and alarm
information are displayed in digital form, in addition to
measured values.
Historical trend display
Past data saved to Compact Flash can be viewed.
Scroll function is usable.
Trend recording (vertical)
Measured result is vertically displayed in real time.
Analog meter
Measured values are displayed in analog meters.
Totalized data display
Totalized data of each channel is digitally displayed.
(If power failure occurs while in totalizing operation and the
power is restored later, the data being totalized is cleared.)
Event summary display
Alarm status and external control input status for each
channel are displayed.
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Specifications General specifications Mounting method
Material
External dimensions
and mass
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
External terminals
Operate temperature
Panel flush mounted
steel sheet for case, PC-ABS for bezel
<Panel mount>
300 x 300 x 220.5 mm, about 4.7 kg (9-point input)
100V to 240V AC, 50/60 Hz
About 80VA (at 240VAC)
Screw terminals (M3 thread)
0 to 50˚C (in case the 12th digits of code
symbols is “Y”.)
0 to 40˚C (in case the 12th digits of code symbol
is “E” .)
Memory capacity
Recording method
Data save cycles
Data format
Trend data
Input unit No. of inputs
Measuring cycles
Recording cycle
Input signal
Input types
Burn-out function
Calculation function
9 or 18 or 27 or 36 points
100ms/9, 18 points 200ms/27, 36 points
1sec to 12hours
Thermocouple: 12 types
(B, R, S, K, E, J, T, N, W, L, U, PN)
Resistance bulb: 5 types
(Pt100, JPt100, Ni100, Pt50, Cu50)
DC voltage:
(0 to 50mV, 0 to 500mV, 0 to 5V or 1 to 5V)
DC current:
(connecting optional shunt resistor to input terminal)
Selected from the key panel
(the same type should be set for every 2 channels)
Equipped with thermocouple and resistance bulb
inputs as standard.
Primary delay filter, scaling, calculation of
difference between channels, F value calculation,
totalization, and square root extraction
Mathematics function Formula
Input signal
It can be set 1 main formula and 3 temporary one.
Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division
Absolute value, X to the power of Y, Logarithm,
Natural logarithm, Exponential function,
Humidity, Average value, Maximum value,
Minimum value.
DI (DI1 to DI16), Totalize (ch1 to ch72), Analog
input (ch1 to ch72), Constant (No.1 to No.60),
Communication input (No.1 to No.36)
Display unit Display
Life of backlight
Display contents
12" TFT color LCD (800 X 600 dots) (The LCD
may have some pixels that do not stay on or off.
Due to the characteristics of liquid crystal, the
brightness may not be uniform, which is not a
failure.)
50,000 hours
•Trend display
(in vertical and horizontal direction) selected in
the refreshment cycles of 1 sec to 12 hours.
Scale display/non-display selectable
•Bar graph or analog meter display (refresh
cycle: 1 second)
•Digital display (in refreshment cycle of 1 sec)
•Event summary display (alarm and message
summary)
•Historical trend display (Compact Flash memory
data.)
•Totalized data display
•Group setting (8 groups at the maximum)
Recording function Recording medium
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Compact Flash card (Format as FAT16 or FAT, or
recorder can’t read and write.)
Event data
Totalized data
Storage capacity
Amount of memory
used
Alarm function No. of settings
Type of alarm
Indication
Output
1GB, max.
Writing starts in fixed cycles by turning ON the
REC key on the front panel.
Data is recorded in a new file every time the
recording starts.
Links to refreshment cycle of the trend display
•ASCII About 166 bytes per sampling
(at 9 channel inputs)
•Binary (Data cannot be read directly into Excel,
etc.)
About 40 bytes per 1 sampling (9-channel input)
Maximum value and minimum value are saved
from the data that are sampled in measuring
cycles.
Alarm data and message data are saved.
Stores data totalized during specified period of
time.
•About 3 years at display refresh cycle of 30
seconds (ASCII)
•About 6 years (Binary)
(9-channel recording, 512MB compact flash used)
The display unit displays how much the memory
card has been used via bar graphs. The
recording will stop if the amount of recorded data
exceeds the capacity.
Up to 4 alarms are settable for each channel.
High/Low limits
Alarm status is displayed on digital display unit
when an alarm occurs. Histories are displayed in
the alarm summary.
20 points as relay output (option)
16 points as open-collector transister output (option)
Reference performance Indication accuracy
±(0.15%+1 digit) of input range
Accuracy of the next range is ±(0.3%+1 digit).
Thermocouple B: 400˚C to 600C, thermocouples
R and S: 0˚C to 300˚C, thermocouples K, E, J, T,
L, and U: -200˚C to -100˚C
Indication resolution 0.1˚C
Reference junction
±0.5˚C
Compensation accuracy (Thermocouples R, S, B and W: ±1.0˚C)
Input resistance
About 1M
Others Clock
Memory backup
Memory full alarm
Low battery alarm
With calendar function
Parameter settings are saved to the internal nonvolatile memory. The clock is backed up by a
built-in lithium battery. Trend data is back up
5 Mbyte.
When the amount of recorded data exceeds the
capacity of memory card, recorder can energize
the alarm output.
When the battery for backup of clock and SRAM
becomes low, recorder can energize the alarm
output.
Optional specifications Alarm relay output
Up to 2 pieces of card, having 10-point relay
output, can be mounted(max.20points).
Alarm output: 1 a contact
Alarm setting: individual channel or common
output is available.
Specifications Alarm open-collector
output
DI input
Communication
(Ethernet)
A card, having 16-point open collector output,
can be mounted.
Alarm output: open collector output
A card, having 16-point DI input, can be
mounted.
DI input: no-voltage contact input
Contents of control: Recording start/stop,
Message setting, F value caliculation resetting,
Totalizing start/ stop, Totalizing reset, LCD
turning.
10Base-T
FTP server * (Internet Explorer 6. FFFTP or
Comand Prompt are available)
HTTP server * (Web server. Internet Explorer 6
is available)
SMTP (e-mail client)
MODBUS-TCP
* Netscape and Mozilla Firefox are not available
PC support software (standard-supplied CD-ROM) O/S
PC/AT-compatible
machine
Required memory
capacity
Contents
Windows XP/2000/7
Operation on PC98-series machines by NEC is
not guaranteed.
Operation on self-made or shop-brand PCs is
not guaranteed.
64 MB or more
The following types are included as standard.
1) Data viewer software
It allows you to view the past trend recorded
data from the data saved to the Compact
Flash on PC.
Historical trend and event display functions
are provided.
2) Parameter loader software
It allows you to perform setting/change of
various parameters on PC.
A convenient PC support software package is included as standard
Past data saved to Compact Flash can be
viewed on personal computer.
Historical trend data screen
Before use, install PC support software supplied as standard.
• O/S: Windows XP/2000/7
• Required storage capacity: 64 MB
• Provide PC card adapter separately.
Recomended type: SDAD-38 (SanDisk Co.)
PC/AT-compatible machine
• Operation on PC98-series machines by NEC is not guaranteed.
• Operation on self-made or shop-brand PCs is not guaranteed.
Parameters for the recorder can be easily set
and changed from personal computer.
Parameter setting screen
Before use, install PC support software supplied as standard.
• O/S: Windows XP/2000/7
• Required capacity of memory: 64 MB
• A communication cable between recorder and pc is optional.
Type: PHZP1801
PC/AT-compatible machine
• Operation on PC98-series machines by NEC is not guaranteed.
• Operation on self-made or shop-brand PCs is not guaranteed.
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Outline Diagrams (Unit: mm)
9 input points
Panel
300
Alarm output
relay terminal
220.5
175
26
Alarm output
transistor terminal
Ethernet terminal
(option)
DI input terminal
Power terminal
100-240VAC?`
L
DO1 DO2 DO3 DO4 DO5 DO6 DO7 DO8 DO9 DO10
N
DO1 DO2 DO3 DO4 DO5 DO6 DO7 DO8 DO9 DO10
DO1-10
?iRY?j
DO11 DO12 DO13 DO14 DO15 DO16 DO17 DO18 DO19 DO20
DO11 DO12 DO13 DO14 DO15 DO16 DO17 DO18 DO19 DO20
DO11-20
?iRY?j
VPD DO29 DO30 DO31 DO32 DO33 DO34 DO35 DO36 PCD
280
300
DI
0V
DO21 DO22 DO23 DO24 DO25 DO26 DO27 DO28 PCD
VPD
DO21-36
?iTr?j
DI1
DI10
DI9
DI4
DI3
DI2
DI
0V
DI5
DI12
DI11
DI7
DI6
DI13
DI14
DI
0V
DI8
DI16
DI15
DI
0V
DI1-16
LAN
Communicator
CH1-CH9
+ TC?^V 1
+ TC?^V
CH1
2
3
+ TC?^V LOWER
‰º’i 16
17
5
6
+ TC?^V -
18
+ TC?^V -
CH2
4
CH6
19
7
CH7
20
+ TC?^V -
CH3
8
9
10
21
+ TC?^V -
CH4
11
12
+ TC?^V -
RCJ
22
13
23
CH5
UPPER
15 ã’i
CH9
14
+ TC?^V -
CH8
24
25
26
27
R-MODULE
Rcj
PUSH
t
2 ≤ t ≤ 26
280
318
Mounting bracket Input terminal (1 to 9 points)
18 input points
Panel
300
Ethernet terminal
(option)
Alarm output
relay terminal
220.5
175
26
Alarm output
transistor terminal
DI input terminal
Power terminal
100-240VAC?`
L
DO1 DO2 DO3 DO4 DO5 DO6 DO7 DO8 DO9 DO10
N
DO1 DO2 DO3 DO4 DO5 DO6 DO7 DO8 DO9 DO10
DO1-10
?iRY?j
DO11 DO12 DO13 DO14 DO15 DO16 DO17 DO18 DO19 DO20
DO11 DO12 DO13 DO14 DO15 DO16 DO17 DO18 DO19 DO20
DO11-20
?iRY?j
280
DI
0V
DO21 DO22 DO23 DO24 DO25 DO26 DO27 DO28 PCD
VPD DO29 DO30 DO31 DO32 DO33 DO34 DO35 DO36 PCD
DI2
DI1
DI
0V
DI9
DI4
DI3
DI10
DI5
DI12
DI11
DI6
DI13
DI
0V
DI8
DI7
DI15
DI14
DI
0V
DI16
DI1-16
LAN
Communicator
CH1-CH9
+ TC?^V 1
+ TC?^V
CH1
2
+ TC?^V LOWER
‰º’i 16
17
3
5
6
+ TC?^V -
18
+ TC?^V -
CH2
4
CH6
19
7
CH7
20
CH3
8
9
RCJ
+ TC?^V 10
+ TC?^V -
CH4
11
12
+ TC?^V -
21
22
13
CH5
UPPER
15 ã’i
CH9
14
+ TC?^V -
CH8
23
24
25
26
27
+ TC?^V 28
CH10-CH18
CH11 + TC?^V -
CH10 + TC?^V -
29
+ TC?^V LOWER
‰º’i 43
44
30
31
32
33
CH15 + TC?^V 45
46
CH16
47
34
CH12 + TC?^V -
35
36
37
CH13 + TC?^V -
38
39
+ TC?^V -
RCJ
48
49
40
CH14
UPPER
42 ã’i
CH18
41
CH17 + TC?^V -
50
51
52
53
54
R-MODULE
Rcj
300
VPD
DO21-36
?iTr?j
R-MODULE
Rcj
PUSH
t
2 ≤ t ≤ 26 Mounting bracket
280
318
Input terminal
(1 to 9 points)
Input terminal
(10 to 18 points)
27 input points
Panel
300
26
Ethernet terminal
(option)
Alarm output
relay terminal
220.5
175
Alarm output
transistor terminal
DI input terminal
Power terminal
100-240VAC?`
L
DO1 DO2 DO3 DO4 DO5 DO6 DO7 DO8 DO9 DO10
N
DO1 DO2 DO3 DO4 DO5 DO6 DO7 DO8 DO9 DO10
DO1-10
?iRY?j
DO11 DO12 DO13 DO14 DO15 DO16 DO17 DO18 DO19 DO20
DO11 DO12 DO13 DO14 DO15 DO16 DO17 DO18 DO19 DO20
280
VPD
DI
0V
DO21 DO22 DO23 DO24 DO25 DO26 DO27 DO28 PCD
VPD DO29 DO30 DO31 DO32 DO33 DO34 DO35 DO36 PCD
DO21-36
?iTr?j
DI3
DI2
DI10
DI9
DI5
DI4
DI11
DI7
DI6
DI13
DI12
DI14
DI
0V
DI8
DI
0V
DI16
DI15
DI1-16
+ TC?^V 1
DI1
DI
0V
LAN
Communicator
CH1-CH9
+ TC?^V
CH1
2
3
+ TC?^V LOWER
‰º’i 16
17
4
18
+ TC?^V -
CH2
5
6
+ TC?^V -
CH6
19
7
CH7
20
CH3
8
9
RCJ
+ TC?^V 10
21
+ TC?^V -
CH4
11
12
+ TC?^V 22
13
23
14
+ TC?^V -
CH8
24
25
+ TC?^V -
CH5
UPPER
15 ã’i
CH9
26
28
CH10 + TC?^V -
29
+ TC?^V LOWER
‰º’i 43
44
27
CH10-CH18
30
31
CH11 + TC?^V -
32
33
CH15 + TC?^V 45
46
34
CH16
47
CH12 + TC?^V -
35
36
37
CH13 + TC?^V -
38
39
+ TC?^V -
RCJ
48
49
40
CH14
UPPER
42 ã’i
CH18
41
CH17 + TC?^V -
50
51
52
53
54
R-MODULE
Rcj
300
DO11-20
?iRY?j
R-MODULE
Rcj
CH19-CH27
+ TC?^V 28
CH10 + TC?^V -
29
+ TC?^V LOWER
‰º’i 43
44
PUSH
30
31
CH11 + TC?^V -
32
33
CH15 + TC?^V 45
46
CH16
47
34
CH12 + TC?^V -
35
36
RCJ
37
CH13 + TC?^V -
CH14
UPPER
42 ã’i
CH17 + TC?^V CH18
38
39
+ TC?^V -
48
49
40
50
51
41
52
53
54
R-MODULE
Rcj
t
2 ≤ t ≤ 26 Mounting bracket
Input terminal
(1 to 9 points)
280
318
Input terminal
(10 to 18 points)
Input terminal (19 to 27 points)
36 input points
Panel
300
Ethernet terminal
(option)
Alarm output
relay terminal
220.5
175
26
Alarm output
transistor terminal
DI input terminal
Power terminal
100-240VAC?`
L
DO1 DO2 DO3 DO4 DO5 DO6 DO7 DO8 DO9 DO10
N
DO1 DO2 DO3 DO4 DO5 DO6 DO7 DO8 DO9 DO10
DO1-10
?iRY?j
DO11 DO12 DO13 DO14 DO15 DO16 DO17 DO18 DO19 DO20
DO11 DO12 DO13 DO14 DO15 DO16 DO17 DO18 DO19 DO20
DO11-20
?iRY?j
280
VPD DO29 DO30 DO31 DO32 DO33 DO34 DO35 DO36 PCD
1
DI2
DI1
DI
0V
DI9
DI4
DI3
DI10
DI11
2
+ TC?^V LOWER
‰º’i 16
17
CH1
+ TC?^V
3
CH6
4
CH2
5
6
+ TC?^V -
18
19
+ TC?^V -
CH7
20
7
8
CH3
9
RCJ
+ TC?^V 10
CH4
11
12
+ TC?^V -
21
22
+ TC?^V -
CH8
23
24
CH5
UPPER
13
14
15 ã’i
+ TC?^V CH9
25
26
27
+ TC?^V 28
29
+ TC?^V LOWER
‰º’i 43
44
30
31
CH11 + TC?^V -
32
33
CH15 + TC?^V 45
46
CH16
47
34
CH10 + TC?^V 30
31
CH11 + TC?^V -
32
CH15 + TC?^V 45
46
47
33
CH16
34
35
36
RCJ
37
CH13 + TC?^V -
38
+ TC?^V 49
50
CH14
UPPER
39
40
41
42 ã’i
CH17 + TC?^V CH18
51
52
53
54
+ TC?^V 82
83
+ TC?^V LOWER
‰º’i 97
98
CH28 + TC?^V 84
Input terminal
(1 to 9 points)
280
318
Input terminal (19 to 27 points)
Panel cutout
360 MIN
320 MIN
281 0
+2
+2
281 0
6
36
RCJ
37
DI16
DI
0V
CH13 + TC?^V -
38
39
+ TC?^V 49
85
CH29 + TC?^V -
86
CH33 + TC?^V -
R-MODULE
Rcj
t
DI15
40
41
CH17 + TC?^V -
50
51
52
CH14
UPPER
42 ã’i
CH18
53
54
CH28-CH36
CH12 + TC?^V -
48
35
48
R-MODULE
Rcj
29
+ TC?^V LOWER
‰º’i 43
44
2 ≤ t ≤ 26 Mounting bracket
DI
0V
DI8
DI7
DI14
CH12 + TC?^V -
99
100
101
87
CH34
88
89
CH31 + TC?^V -
CH30 + TC?^V 90
RCJ
102
91
92
+ TC?^V 103
104
CH32
UPPER
93
94
95
96 ã’i
CH35 + TC?^V CH36
105
106
107
108
R-MODULE
Rcj
28
DI6
DI13
CH10-CH18
CH10 + TC?^V -
CH19-CH27
+ TC?^V -
PUSH
DI5
DI12
DI1-16
LAN
Communicator
CH1-CH9
+ TC?^V -
R-MODULE
Rcj
300
DI
0V
DO21 DO22 DO23 DO24 DO25 DO26 DO27 DO28 PCD
VPD
DO21-36
?iTr?j
Input terminal
(10 to 18 points)
Input terminal (28 to 36 points)
External connection diagrams
Alarm output relay terminal
M3 screw
DO1
1
DO2
2
DO3
3
DO4
4
DO5
5
DO6
6
DO7
7
DO8
8
DO9
9
DO10
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Power terminal
20
M4 screw
100 to 240V AC
50/60Hz
Alarm output relay terminal
M3 screw
DO11
21
DO12 DO13 DO14 DO15 DO16 DO17 DO18 DO19 DO20
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Alarm output transistor terminal
DI input terminal
M3 screw
M3 screw
DO21 DO22 DO23 DO24 DO25 DO26 DO27 DO28 PCD
46
47
48
49
50
43
44
45
42
24V DC+ DO29 DO30 DO31 DO32 DO33 DO34 DO35 DO36
0V
VPD
41
51
52
53
54
55
56
58
57
59
DI 0V
61
DI1
62
60
71
DI9
DI2
63
72
DI6
DI7
DI8
DI 0V
DI3
DI4
DI5
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
DI10 DI11
DI12 DI13 DI14 DI15 DI16
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
Input terminal
M3 screw
Number of input points = 1 to 9 points
Voltage +
CH1
Thermocouple +
Resistance
bulb
1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
Voltage +
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
Thermocouple +
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21
Thermocouple +
Voltage +
-
+
-
+
CH6
Resistance
bulb
+
-
+
CH7
-
+
-
+
CH8
CH20
CH21
CH22
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
Thermocouple +
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
Resistance
bulb
Thermocouple +
-
+
-
Voltage +
-
+
-
CH24
CH25
+
-
+
-
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
-
Voltage +
-
+
-
CH15
49 50 51 52 53 54
+
+
CH16
Voltage
CH28
-
+
-
+
CH17
CH29
CH18
CH31
CH32
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
Thermocouple +
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
Resistance
bulb
82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96
97 98 99 100101 102
+
-
+
-
Thermocouple +
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
Voltage +
-
+
-
CH27
CH30
+
Resistance
bulb
CH26
RCJ
Number of input points = 28 to 36 points
76 77 78 79 80 81
RCJ
-
-
55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69
70 71 72 73 74 75
CH14
+
Thermocouple +
CH23
-
CH13
-
-
CH9
+
Resistance
bulb
CH12
+
43 44 45 46 47 48
Number of input points = 19 to 27 points
CH19
CH11
-
Resistance
bulb
RCJ
-
CH10
28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
22 23 24 25 26 27
Resistance
bulb
Voltage
Number of input points = 10 to 18 points
CH33
CH34
103104105106107108
RCJ
+
+
-
+
-
+
CH35
CH36
Note) For current input, connect an optional shunt resistance to a voltage input terminal.
7
Code Symbols PHU
Digit
4
7
8
9
11
Specifications
4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13
0 0
1 1
V
Note
<Number of input points>
9 points
18 points
27 points
36 points
<DI input>
Without
With (16 points)
<Modification No.(fixed)>
<Display (instruction manual)>
English
<Alarm output>
Without
10 relay points
20 relay points
1
2
3
4
0
1
1
E
0
1
2
3
4
Transistor (open collector) 16 points
12
10 relay points + transistor
(open collector) 16 points
20 relay points + transistor
(open collector) 16 points
<Ethernet>
Without
With
5
Y
E
Note: Input signals are classified into the following 4 groups. Make
the setting so that the consecutive 2 channels (1ch and 2ch
for example) are assigned the input signal categorized in the
same group.
Group 1: Thermocouple (12 kinds), 50mV
Group 2: Pt100. JPt100, Ni100, Cu50, Pt50
Group 3: 500mV
Group 4 : 1-5V, 0-5V
Input signals can be arbitrarily selected for channels 9 and 18 and
27 and 36.
Scope of supply Item Quantity Main unit
1
Panel mounting bracket
2
CD-ROM (PC software and Instruction manual)
1
Noise filter for power cable
1
Option Item Type Specifications Shunt resistor for DC current input
PHZP0101
10Ω±0.1%
PC loader communication cable
PHZP1801
With USB A and USB miniB Connector
CD-ROM (PC software and instruction manual)
PHZP2501
PC card adapter for Compact flash
PHZP0501
Compact flash (512MB)
PHZP2801-512
Compact flash (1GB)
PHZP2801-01G
Maker : Sandisk
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International Sales Div.
Sales Group
Gate City Ohsaki, East Tower, 11-2, Osaki 1-chome,
Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141-0032, Japan
http://www.fujielectric.com
Phone: 81-3-5435-7280, 7281 Fax: 81-3-5435-7425
http://www.fujielectric.com/products/instruments/
Information in this catalog is subject to change without notice.
Printed in Japan 2015-1/3FOLS
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