a/d/s/ iDRA Controller DIN Rail Temperature/Process with Isolated Analog Output iSeries user manual

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iDRA Controller
DIN Rail Temperature/Process
with Isolated Analog Output
Operator’s Manual
®
NEWPORT Electronics,Inc.
http://www.newportUS.com/i

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Introduction............................................................................................2 1.1 Description .................................................................................2 1.2 Safety Considerations ...............................................................3 1.3 Before You Begin .......................................................................4 Part 2: Setup.......................................................................

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LIST OF FIGURES: Figure 2.1 Optional Remote Programmer Front Panel ............................ 5 Figure 2.2 Input and Output Connections .................................................6 Figure 2.3 Main Power Connections ..........................................................7 Figure 2.4 Thermocouple Wiring Hookup..................................................8 Figure 2.5 Two/Three/Four-wire RTD a) RTD-1000 ohm and 500 ohm Wiring Hookup.....................9 b) RTD-100 ohm Wiring Hookup.

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NOTES, WARNINGS and CAUTIONS Information that is especially important to note is identified by following labels: • NOTE • WARNING or CAUTION • IMPORTANT • TIP NOTE: Provides you with information that is important to successfully setup and use the Programmable Digital Meter. CAUTION or WARNING: Tells you about the risk of electrical shock. CAUTION, WARNING or IMPORTANT: Tells you of circumstances or practices that can effect the instrument’s functionality and must refer to accompanying documents

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PART 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Description This device can be purchased as a controller, with outputs or as a signal conditioner. • The iSeries offers unparalleled flexibility in process measurement. Each unit allows the user to select the input type, from 10 thermocouple types (J, K, T, E, R, S, B, C, N and J DIN), Pt RTDs (100, 500 or 1000 Ω, with either 385 or 392 curve), DC voltage, or DC current. The voltage/current inputs are fully scalable to virtually all engineering units, with selectable deci

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1.2 Safety Considerations This device is marked with the International Caution Symbol. It is important to read this manual before installing or commissioning this device as it contains important information relating to Safety and EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility). This instrument is a panel mount device protected in accordance with EN 61010-1:2001, electrical safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory. Installation of this instrument should be done by

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1.3 Before You Begin Inspecting Your Shipment: Remove the packing slip and verify that you have received everything listed. Inspect the container and equipment for signs of damage as soon as you receive the shipment. Note any evidence of rough handling in transit. Immediately report any damage to the shipping agent. The carrier will not honor damage claims unless all shipping material is saved for inspection. After examining and removing the contents, save the packing material and carton in the

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PART 2 SETUP Refer to the Quick Start Guide for assembly and disassembly instructions. 2.1 Optional Remote Programmer Front Panel Figure 2.1 Optional Remote Programmer Front Panel Table 2.1 Optional Remote Programmer Front Panel Annunciators 1 Output 1/Setpoint 1/ Alarm 1 indicator 2 Output 2/Setpoint 2/ Alarm 2 indicator °C °C unit indicator °F °F unit indicator a Changes display to Configuration Mode and advances through menu items* b Used in Program Mode and Peak Recall* c Used in Program M

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2.2 Front Panel Connections The front panel connections are shown in Figures 2.2 and 2.3. Figure 2.2 Input and Output Connections Table 2.2 Connectors POWER AC/DC Power Connector: All models Input Connector: INPUT All models TC, PR (Process), RTD OUTPUT 1 Based on one of the following models: Relay SPDT Solid State Relay Pulse OUTPUT 2 Based on one of the following models: Relay SPDT Solid State Relay Pulse OUTPUT 3 Isolated Analog Output (Voltage and Current) Based on one of the following mod

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2.3 Electrical Installation 2.3.1 Power Connections Caution: Do not connect power to your device until you have completed all input and output connections. Failure to do so may result in injury! Connect the main power connections as shown in the figure below. * See Specification Section Figure 2.3 Main Power Connections Table 2.3 Fuse Requirement (see specifications) FUSE Connector Output Type For 115Vac For 230Vac DC FUSE 1 Power N/A 100 mA(T) 63 mA(T) 63 mA(T) FUSE 2 Power N/A N/A N/A 400 mA(

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2.3.2 Thermocouple Input The figure below shows the wiring hookup for any thermocouple type. For example, for Type K hookup, connect the yellow wire to the "2" terminal and the red wire to the "1(-)" terminal. When configuring your controller, select Thermocouple and Thermocouple Type in the Input Type menu (see Part 3). Figure 2.4 Thermocouple Wiring Hookup Table 2.4 TC Wire Color Chart TYPE Input Connector Jacket (external insulation) Terminal 1 (-) Terminal 2 (+) Extension Grade J Red White

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2.3.3 Two/Three/Four-Wire RTD The figures below show the input connections and input connector jumpers (shown in bold lines) required to hookup a 2-, 3- or 4-wire RTD. Figure 2.5 a) RTD-1000 ohm and b) RTD-100 ohm Wiring Hookup 500 ohm Wiring Hookup The two-wire connection is simplest method, but does not compensate for lead-wire temperature change and often requires calibration to cancel lead-wire resistance offset. The three-wire connection works best with RTD leads closely equal in resistan

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2.3.4 Process Current The figure below shows the wiring hookup for Process Current 0 – 20 mA. 0-20 mA Internal 0-20 mA Excitation External Excitation Figure 2.6 Process Current Wiring Hookup (Internal and External Excitation) When configuring your instrument, select Process Type in the Input Type Menu (see Part 3). 2.3.5 Process Voltage The figure below shows the wiring hookup for Process Voltage 0 – 100 mV, 0 – 1 V, 0 – 10 V. R L 1 V or 10 V 1 V or 10 V 100 mV 100 mV Return Return Figure

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2.3.6 Wiring Outputs This meter has three factory installed outputs. Output 1 can be configured as Control Output or Alarm Output with SPDT Mechanical Relay, SPST Solid State Relay, or Pulse. Output 2 is an Alarm Output with SPDT Mechanical Relay, SPST Solid State Relay, or Pulse. Output 3 is Isolated Analog (retransmission) Voltage and Current Output. Connections are shown below. RETURN C 0.5 A (T) PULSE SSR External PULSE NO Load RETURN C 3 A (T) PULSE NC RELAY External PULSE NO Load Figure 2

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This device has snubber circuits designed to protect the contacts of the mechanical relays when it switches to inductive loads (i.e. solenoids, relays). These snubbers are internally connected between the Common (C) and Normally Open (NO) relay contacts of Output 1 and Output 2. If you have an inductive load connected between Common (C) and Normally Closed (NC) contacts of the mechanical relays and you want to protect them from the rush current during the switching period, you have to connect an

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This device may have a programmable serial communication output. The RS-232 and RS-485 Output Connections are shown below. Tx -Tx / Rx Rx +Tx / Rx RTN Figure 2.12 Serial Communication a) RS-232 Output Wiring Hookup b) RS-485 Output Wiring Hookup This device has built-in excitation. The connections are shown below. - Excitation is not available 24 Vdc + if communication (-C24) or low power (-DC) option is installed. Figure 2.13 Excitation Output 13

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PART 3 OPERATION: Configuration Mode 3.1 Introduction The following configuration section is explained by using the Optional Remote Programmer Display, you may also configure your device on your computer using the Serial Communications Option. The instrument has two different modes of operation. The first, Run Mode, is used to display values for the Process Variable, and to display or clear Peak and Valley values. The other mode, Menu Configuration Mode, is used to navigate through the menu opti

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3.2 Menu Configuration It is required that you put the controller in the Standby Mode for any configuration change other than Setpoints & Alarms. Figure 3.1 Flow Chart for ID and Set Points 15

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3.2.1 ID Number SEE ID MENU SELECTION IN CONFIGURATION SECTION FOR ENABLE/DISABLE OR CHANGE ID CODE. If ID Code is Disabled or set as Default (0000) the menu will skip ID step to Set Point Menu. If ID Code is set to Full Security Level and user attempts to enter the Main Menu, they will be prompted for an ID Code. If ID Code is set to Setpoint/ID Security Level and user attempts to enter the Configuration Menu, they will be prompted for an ID Code. ENTERING YOUR NON-DEFAULT FULL SECURITY ID NU


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