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PROGRAMMABLE ONOFF CONTROLLER X96A VER 29.93 MAN#445R1P1/24/311211/A INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

INDEX PAGE 1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION . 3 1.1 Installation . 3 1.2 Warranty . 3 2. OVERVIEW . 3 2.1 Introduction . 3 2.2 Specification . 3 2.3 Power on . 3 2.4 Front Panel . 4 2.5 Connection diagram . 4 2.6 Display & control key functions . 4 3. RELAY LOGIC . 5 3.1 Time proportional control . 5 3.2 Alarm Output . 5 4. BIAS MODE . 5 5. PROGRAM MODE GUIDE . 6 5.1 Level init (Initialisation level) . 6 5.2 Level setpoint (Setpoint level) . 8 5.3 Level inp (Input level) . 12 5.4 Level iout (Analog output level) . 15 5.5 Level Cal (Calibration level) . 16 A. Input calibration . 17 B. Linear output calibration . 21 6. SETPOINT MODE GUIDE . 22 7. TROUBLE SHOOTING . 23 7.1 Error message . 23 8. DATA CORRUPTION . 23 DIP SETTING FOR NON STANDARD INPUT . 23 COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL . 24 9. MAN#445R1P2/24/311211/A DESCRIPTION

1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION 1.1 Installation Check that the supply voltage given to the instrument is as specified on the terminals of the instrument. To avoid shock hazard prevent live parts being touched and follow wiring diagram and regulations. 1.2 Warranty Radix Electrosystems Pvt. Ltd. warrants this product to be free of defects in workmanship and materials for one year from the date of purchase. 1. Defects in workmanship and materials will be serviced free of charge during the warranty period. Labour required for rectifying the defects is also covered by this warranty. Any further claims are excluded. 2. Warranty servicing does not extend the period of warranty for the entire instrument or for the parts that have been replaced. INDICATION Process variable 3. From the warranty are excluded : a) all damage caused by improper handling, e.g. nonobservance of the operating instructions, subjecting the product to excessive heat, moisture, corrosion, etc. b) damage caused by the intervention of the buyer or by unauthorised third parties c) transport damage from the manufacturer to the dealer or user or on the way to servicing d) parts subject to normal wear, e.g. relays. Setpoint 4. Any liability for direct or indirect consequential damages caused by the instrument is excluded, even if the defect of the instrument is covered by the warranty. Radix liability for any breach of this agreement shall not exceed the purchase price paid. 5. Any further claims, based on any title, are excluded. 6. In case repair service is required under this factory warranty, please send the instrument, indicating the exact address of the sender and defect, carefully packed, postage paid, to : Radix Microsystems, B-1, 2nd Floor, Ghanshyam Indl. Estate, Off Veera Desai Road, Andheri (West), Mumbai - 400 053. 2. OVERVIEW 2.1 Introduction X96A is a microcontroller based user programmable ONOFF controller with 4 digit LED display for displaying measured values and another 4-digit LED display for displaying settings. MAN#445R1/P3/24/311211/A Input group 2 (common for both inputs) Thermocouple : B, C, D, E, G, J, K, N, R, S, T RTD : Pt100, 3-wire, Cu53 Current : 0 20 mA, 4 20 mA, Square root (for input 1) Voltage : 0 50 mV Through DIP selection following voltage inputs are available : 0 1 V, 0 5 V, 0 10 V, 0 10 mV, 0 100 mV, 0 200 mV Transmitter supply : 22 V nominal, 30 mA max Range limits : See Table 1 Accuracy : See Table 1 Cold junction compensation : Automatic Sensor break protection : User programmable Status indication OUTPUTS No. of relays Relay contact type Relay contact rating SSR drive No. of analog outputs Current output Maximum load for current output Voltage output Load for voltage output COMMUNICATION Port Protocol Slave ID OTHER Programming Dimensions (in mm) Mounting Panel cutout Supply voltage X96A has two universal inputs, upto 4 relays & 2 current outputs. It is operated by 3 user friendly keys. Power consumption Operating ambient temperature Relative humidity 2.2 Specifications 2.3 INPUTS No. of inputs Input group 1 (common for both inputs) Thermocouple RTD Voltage Current : 2 (input 1, input 2) : B, E, J, K, N, R, S, T : Pt100, 3-wire : 0 50 mV : 0 20 mA, 4 20 mA : Upper : 4 digit, 7 segment 0.56” (14.2 mm) red LED display : Lower : 4 digit, 7 segment 0.56” (14.2 mm) green LED display : LEDs for relay status LEDs for setpoint indication LEDs for communication : 0/ 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 : NO-C-NC : 5A / 230V AC, resistive : 12 V DC drive signal for external SSR : 0 / 1 / 2 (current or voltage) : 4 20 mA/0 20 mA/20 4 mA /20 0 mA isolated from input : 500 ohms : 0 10 V / user specified : 10 Kohms : RS485 : Modbus RTU : User programmable (1 256) : Through 3 tactile keys : 96(H) x 96(W) x 100(D) : Panel mount : 92 x 92 mm : a) 85 265 V AC, 50/60 Hz b) 20 35 V DC (optional) : 4 watts maximum : 0 50 C : Below 90%, non condensing Power On On application of power to the instrument, version number is displayed.

2.4 Front Panel 2.6 Display & Control Key Functions (Refer 2.4) Fig 1 Refer Fig 1 Indicator/ Display Function (1) Measured input value (PV) Display Displays the measured input value (PV) or the error message if an error occurs. Displays a parameter symbol in program mode. (2) Setpoint (SP) Display Displays setpoints (SP1, SP2, SP3 or SP4 or input2) (as selected by user) (3) Relay status indicator LEDs When the relays get ON or OFF, the respective LEDs become, ON or OFF (4) Setpoint status indicator LEDs Indicate which setpoint is displayed on lower row (5) Serial communication status indicator Indicate that serial communication is in process. 1 2 (1) 3 RLY (3) SP (4) 4 1 2 (2) 3 4 (5) Rx Tx X96A (6) 2.5 Connection Diagram Connection Diagram (85 265 V AC) X Y P A Q B R B' Y RLY C INPUT In run mode, allows to enter setpoint mode. In program mode, allows to change value of parameter. In program mode, at parameter “VEr” if pressed for 6 sec, allows to enter calibration level. mV/VIN S NO SSR 2-WIRE TRANSMITTER RELAY X EXT SSR* mA INPUT 85 265 V V AC/DC S * RLY1 * RLY2 VTX* NC FOR 2-WIRE TRANSMITTER USING INTERNAL SUPPLY 1 21 2 22 3 X 4 Y 5 Z 6 X 7 Y 8 Z RLY3* RLY4* INPUT2* 31 P 11 P 32 Q 12 Q INPUT1 23 X 33 R 24 Y 34 S 25 35 Z S 2-WIRE RTD : SHORT Q & R 13 R 14 S D 15 26 X 36 16 27 Y 37 CJC 17 28 38 9 29 10 30 Z RS485* D 18 V/lout2 * 39 19 V/lout1 * 20 * - FACTORY OPTION STK-711 Connection Diagram (For 20 35 V DC) X Y P A Q B R B' Y RLY C INPUT (6) Scrolls forward through the programmable parameters in program mode. Allows to increment the value of the selected parameter. In run mode, resets alarm when in latch alarm mode. Scrolls backward through the programmable parameters in program mode. Allows to decrement the value of the selected parameter. mV/VIN S NO SSR 2-WIRE TRANSMITTER RELAY X EXT SSR* mA INPUT 10 Z 24 V AC/DC VS NC 1 21 2 22 3 * RLY1 * RLY2 VTX* FOR 2-WIRE TRANSMITTER USING INTERNAL SUPPLY 31 P INPUT2* S 2-WIRE RTD : SHORT Q & R 11 P 32 Q 12 Q INPUT1 23 X 33 R 24 Y 34 S Y 25 Z 35 15 6 Z 26 X 36 16 4 X 5 RLY3* RLY4* 7 X 27 Y 37 8 Y 28 38 9 Z 29 10 Z 39 30 13 R 14 S D RS485* D CJC 17 V/lout2 * 18 19 V/lout1 * 20 * - FACTORY OPTION MAN#445R1/P4/24/311211/A Check supply voltage with instrument sticker 9 Z

TABLE 1 RANGE LIMITS ( C / EU) SENSOR / INPUT LOW SCALE RANGE IN WHICH TYPICAL WORST CASE ACCURACY ACCURACY ACCURACY AT 30 C ( C / EU) IS SPECIFIED ( C / EU) HIGH LOW HIGH SCALE SCALE SCALE Input Group 1 Pt - 6% Rh / Pt - 30% Rh (B) 400 1820 400 1820 Chromel / Constantan (E) -270 850 0 850 Iron / Constantan (J) -210 760 0 760 Chromel / Alumel (K) 1372 -270 -50 1200 Nicrosil / Nisil (N) 1300 -270 -50 1200 Pt / Pt - 13% Rh (R) 0 1760 400 1760 Pt / Pt - 10% Rh (S) 0 1760 400 1760 Copper / Constantan (T) -270 400 -200 400 Pt100, 3-wire -200 850 -200 600 Linear (0 50 mV, 0 20 mA, 4 20 mA) -1999 9999 -1999 9999 Input Group 2 The following inputs are available in Input Group 2 in addition to inputs of Input Group 1. Tungsten - 5% Rh / Tungsten - 26% Rh (C) 2320 2320 0 0 Tungsten - 3% Rh / Tungsten - 25% Rh (D) 2310 2310 0 0 Tungsten / Tungsten - 26% Rh (G) 2310 2310 0 0 0 180 0 180 Cu53 Linear (0 10 mV, 0 100 mV, 0 200 mV, -1999 9999 -1999 9999 0 1 V, 0 5 V, 0 10 V) Linear (4 20 mA) with square root 0 9999 0 9999 3. RELAY LOGIC ON OFF SP1A/SP2A HEAT SP HYST SP HYST HYST SP2A dvhi SP SP1 SP2 Similarly for SP3A & SP4A SP HYST HYST SP SP2A dvLo SP SP1 - SP2 Similarly for SP3A & SP4A HYST SP 3 3 3 0.3 5 5 5 0.5 5 EU 20 EU 10 EU 40 EU SP1A/SP2A COOL PLL PHL BAND BAND 50% SP PHL SP1A/SP2A COOL SP1b/SP2b n.Lin PHL 50% PLL SP BAND 10% PLL IF SP2A COOL then, bAnd SP SP1 SP2 2 SP1A/SP2A/SP3A/SP4A FSLO SP1A/SP2A/SP3A/SP4A COOL SP 5 3 3 3 3 5 5 3 1.0 20 EU 3.1 TIME PROPORTIONAL CONTROL SP1A/SP2A/SP3A/SP4A FsHi SP1A/SP2A/SP3A/SP4A HEAT SP 3 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 0.3 5 EU 3.2 Alarm Output a) Latch (Ltch) In latch output, once relay gets ON, it remains 'ON' until alarm is acknowledged by key. b) Hold In alarm condition if instrument switched ON then it doesn't show alarm output, it shows alarm condition in second cycle when alarm appears. c) Ltch.Hold It is the combination of latch & Hold outputs. 4. BIAS MODE SP2A bnd.o SP2A bnd.i bnd2 bnd2 SP2 MAN#445R1/P5/24/311211/A SP2 bnd2 SP2 SP1 SP SP2 bnd2 Similarly for SP3A/SP4A In run mode upper display shows input1 and lower · display shows input2. Press together to enter into bias mode Upper display will show input1 and lower display will · flash "bia.1" (bias1 name) and its value alternately To adjust the input1 press or . Input1(upper · display) will get modified accordingly and the new bias value will also be seen on the lower display. After the input1 is modified to the desired value save the · new bias1 by pressing . The lower display will show input2 and upper will flash · "bia.2" and its value alternately. Follow above procedure to adjust input2 ( or ) After the input2 is modified to the desired value save the · new bias2 by pressing . The instrument will return to run mode with both the upper & lower display showing the modified input 1& 2

5. PROGRAM MODE GUIDE · To enter program mode, press & hold & keys together, in run mode. · Press keys to increment the value of the selected parameter or increment the level, & press decrement the value of the selected parameter, or decrement the level. · Use key to go to next parameter. · Use key to go to previous parameter. · To exit from the program mode & enter run mode, press & keys together. keys to 5.1 LEVEL init STEP NO. DESCRIPTION KEY TO BE PRESSED DISPLAY 1 Selection of level init ACTION PV OR SP Selection of level init from option SP, inp, iout, init PV 2 Enter level init Next parameter is displayed SP 4 5 6 Selection of burn option for relays OR SP to SP PV Storing of burn option for relays Selection of burn option for analog output SP OR SP to SP PV Storing of burn option for analog output SP 7 Setting of Pr.o1 PV OR SP PV 8 Storing of Pr.o1 SP 9 Setting of Pr.o2 PV OR SP PV 10 Storing of Pr.o2 SP 11 Selection of reverse / direct mode OR SP to SP Status of relay o/p when sensor fail occurs is selected from options u - up scale : At sensor fail condition relays remain on d - down scale : At sensor fail condition relays remain off Burn option for relays is stored & next parameter is displayed Status of analog o/p when sensor burnout occurs for eg : For 4 - 20mA type u : up scale : At sensor fail analog o/p is 20mA d : Downscale : At sensor fail analog o/p is 4 mA Burn option for analog o/p is stored & next parameter is displayed % o/p for first current o/p when sensor fail occurs. For eg. for 4-20mA type OFF : 4mA 50% : 12mA 100% : 20mA Pr.o1 is stored & next parameter is displayed % o/p for second current o/p when sensor fail occurs for eg : for 4 20mA type OFF : 4mA 50% : 12mA 100% : 20mA Pr.o2 is stored & next parameter is displayed Output relay mode d - direct action of relay r - reverse action of relay Cont. MAN#445R1/P6/24/311211/A 3

Cont. LEVEL init STEP NO. 12 DESCRIPTION KEY TO BE PRESSED DISPLAY PV Storing of reverse / direct mode Next parameter is displayed SP 13 Selection of setpoint lock ACTION SP OR SP PV 14 Storing of setpoint lock SP 15 Selection of parameter lock SP OR SP PV 16 Storing of parameter lock SP 17 Selection of software filter for input OR SP to SP PV 18 Storing of software filter SP 19 Set serial ID for communication Setpoint lock is stored & next parameter is displayed Parameter lock is selected from options : Off : Parameters can be changed On : Parameters cannot be changed Parameter lock is stored & next parameter is displayed Software Input Filter FL A - no filtering (no-averaging) FL B - averaging of 1 samples of ADC FL C - averaging of 2 samples of ADC FL d - averaging of 4 samples of ADC FL E - averaging of 6 samples of ADC FL F - averaging of 8 samples of ADC Software filter is stored & next parameter is displayed PV Adjust serial id for communication OR Select lock for setpoint from options Off : SP can be changed On : SP cannot be changed SP 20 Storing of serial ID Version No. 21 To enter calibration level Version No. 22 To access next parameter Serial id is stored & next parameter is displayed PV Next parameter is displayed SP 23 Selection of reset function PV OR SP Select options for reset function none : No reset All : Press & keys together to reset the instrument to factory set value. MAN#445R1/P7/24/311211/A PV Level init is displayed 24 SP

5.2 Level Setpoint STEP NO. DESCRIPTION KEY TO BE PRESSED DISPLAY ACTION PV 25 Selection of level setpoint SP PV 26 To enter setpoint level SP Selection of level init from option SP, inp, iout, init First parameter in level SP is displayed SP SP 27 Selection of parameter to be displayed on second row OR SP SP Parameter to be displayed on second row is selected from options : SP1, SP2, SP3, SP4, INP2 SP PV 28 Storing of diS2 SP 29 Selection of assignment of relay1 SP OR SP PV 30 Storing of relay1 assignment SP SP 31 Selection of alarm type for relay1 SP OR SP SP 32 PV Storing of alarm type for relay1 SP SP 33 Selection of mode of alarm for relay1 SP OR SP SP PV 34 Storing of alarm mode for relay1 PV SP 35 Set hysterisis/band1 value for relay1 OR diS2 parameter is stored & next parameter is displayed. Relay 1 is assigned to Input 1 or Input 2 Relay 1 assignment is stored & next parameter is displayed Alarm type for relay1 is selected from options : FS.hi : High alarm FS.Lo : Low alarm heat : Heat mode cool : Cool mode Relay1 alarm type is stored & next parameter is displayed. Alarm mode is selected from options : nonE Ltch : Latch mode hold : Hold mode Lt.ho : Latch hold mode Alarm mode from relay1 is stored and next parameter is displayed. PV PV Hysterisis 1 is adjusted. PV 36 Storing of hysterisis 1/band 1 SP Hysterisis / band is stored. Cycle time for relay 1 is displayed (seen only if SP1.A heat or cool) Cont. MAN#445R1/P8/24/311211/A SP

Cont. Level Setpoint STEP NO. 37 DESCRIPTION Set cycle time for proportional mode KEY TO BE PRESSED DISPLAY ACTION PV Adjust cycle time for relay1 OR SP PV 38 Storing of cycle time1 SP 39 Set maximum limit PV Max limit of output power for SP1 OR SP PV 40 Storing of maximum limit SP 41 Set minimum limit Min limit of output power for SP1 SP PV 42 Storing of minimum limit SP 43 Selection of assignment of relay2 SP OR SP PV 44 Max limit is stored & next parameter is displayed PV OR Cycle time 1 is stored & next parameter is displayed. Storing of relay 2 assignment SP Minimum limit is stored & next parameter is displayed. Relay 2 is assigned to Input 1 or Input 2 Relay 2 assignment is stored & next parameter is displayed. SP SP SP 45 Selection of alarm type for relay2 SP OR SP SP SP Alarm type for relay2 is selected from option : FS.hi : High alarm FS.Lo : Low alarm du.hi : Deviation high alarm du.Lo : Deviation low alarm bnd.i : Band in alarm bnd.o : Band out alarm heat : heat mode cool : cool mode SP 46 PV Storing of alarm type for relay2 SP SP 47 Selection of alarm mode for relay 2 SP OR SP SP PV MAN#445R1/P9/24/311211/A 48 Storing of alarm mode for relay2 PV SP Relay2 alarm type is stored & next parameter is displayed. Alarm mode for relay 2 is selected from options : nonE Ltch : Latch mode hold : Hold mode Lt.ho : Latch hold mode Alarm mode from relay2 is stored and next parameter is displayed. Cont.

Cont. Level Setpoint STEP NO. DESCRIPTION KEY TO BE PRESSED 49 Set hysterisis/band value for relay2 ACTION DISPLAY PV OR PV Hysterisis 2/band 2 is adjusted. SP 50 51 PV Storing of hysterisis 2/ band 2 Set cycle time for proportional mode SP PV Adjust cycle time for relay2 OR SP PV 52 Storing of cycle time SP 53 Adjust max limit PV OR SP PV 54 Store max limit SP 55 Adjust min limit PV OR SP PV 56 Storing of minimum limit SP 57 58 Selection of assignment of relay3 SP OR SP PV Storing of relay 3 assignment Hysterisis 2 / band 2 is stored. Cycle time for relay 2 is displayed. (Seen only if SP2.A heat or cool) SP Cycle time for relay2 is stored & next parameter is displayed. Maximum limit of output power for SP2 Maximum limit is stored & next parameter is displayed. Minimum limit of output power for SP2 is adjusted. Minimum limit is stored & next parameter is displayed. Relay 3 is assigned to Input 1 or Input 2 Relay 3 assignment is stored & next parameter is displayed. SP SP SP 59 Select alarm type for relay3 SP OR SP SP SP Alarm type for relay3 is selected from options : FS.hi : High alarm FS.Lo : Low alarm du.hi : Deviation high alarm du.Lo : Deviation low alarm bnd.i : Band in alarm bnd.o : Band out alarm heat : heat mode cool : cool mode 60 Storing of alarm type for relay3 PV SP Relay3 alarm type is stored & next parameter is displayed. Cont. MAN#445R1/P10/24/311211/A SP

Cont. Level Setpoint STEP NO. DESCRIPTION KEY TO BE PRESSED DISPLAY ACTION SP 61 Selection of alarm mode for relay 3 SP OR SP SP 62 PV Storing of alarm mode for relay3 SP 63 Set hysterisis value for relay3 Hysterisis 3 is adjusted. SP PV 64 Storing of hysterisis 3 SP 65 Selection of assignment of relay 4 SP OR SP PV 66 Alarm mode for relay3 is stored and next parameter is displayed. PV OR Alarm mode for relay 3 is selected from options : nonE Ltch : Latch mode hold : Hold mode Lt.ho : Latch hold mode Storing of relay 4 assignment SP Hysterisis 3 is stored & next parameter is displayed. Relay 4 is assigned to Input 1 or Input 2. Relay 4 assignment is stored & next parameter is displayed. SP SP SP 67 Select type of alarm for relay4 SP OR SP SP SP Alarm type for relay4 is selected from option : FS.hi : High alarm FS.Lo : Low alarm du.hi : Deviation high alarm du.Lo : Deviation low alarm bnd.i : Band in alarm bnd.o : Band out alarm heat : heat mode cool : cool mode SP 68 PV Storing of alarm type for relay4 SP SP 69 Selection of alarm mode SP OR SP SP 70 PV Storing of alarm mode for relay4 SP 71 Set hysterisis value for relay4 MAN#445R1/P11/24/311211/A Alarm mode for relay4 is stored and next parameter is displayed. Hysterisis 4 is adjusted. SP PV 72 Alarm mode is selected from options : nonE Ltch : Latch mode hold : Hold mode Lt.ho : Latch hold mode PV OR Alarm type is stored & next parameter is displayed Storing of hysterisis 4 SP Hysterisis 4 is stored & next parameter is displayed.

5.3 LEVEL inP STEP NO. DESCRIPTION KEY TO BE PRESSED 73 Selection of level input DISPLAY ACTION PV OR SP PV 74 Enter level inP SP 75 To select input1 SP OR SP SP SP SP SP SP SP SP SP SP SP SP SP SP SP Select inP level from options : SP, inP, iout, init First parameter of level inP is displayed Select input from options : TCK : K type thermocouple TCE : E type thermocouple TCJ : J type thermocouple TCB : B type thermocouple TCR : R type thermocouple TCS : S type thermocouple TCT : T type thermocouple TCN : N type thermocouple TCG : G type thermocouple TCC : C type thermocouple TCD : D type thermocouple RTD : Pt100 CU53: V.10 : 0 10 mV input V.50 : 0 50 mV input V.100 : 0 100 mV input V.200 : 0 200 mV input V.1K : 0 1 V input V.5K : 0 5 V input V.10K : 0 10 V input 0-10 : 0 10 mA input 0-20 : 0 20 mA input 4-20 : 4 20 mA input 20-4 : 20 4 mA input Sqrt : Square root input SP SP SP SP SP Note : TC S, TC G, TC C, TC D , Cu53, 0 10 mV, 0 100 mV, 0 200 mV, 0 1 V, 0 5 V, 0 10 V & square root inputs are available only in input group 2 SP SP SP Storing of input1 SP SP 77 Selection of unit for display SP OR SP SP Input is stored & next parameter is displayed Unit is selected from options : Degree Centigrade Degree Farrenite Engineering unit for linear input only Cont. MAN#445R1/P12/24/311211/A PV 76

Cont. LEVEL inP STEP NO. DESCRIPTION KEY TO BE PRESSED DISPLAY ACTION PV 78 Storing of unit SP 79 Selection of resolution for display1 & input A OR SP SP SP PV 80 Storing of resolution SP 81 Set bias for input1 Adjust bias for input 1 Store bias for input 1 SP 83 84 Set high scale value for input 1 Set low scale value SP PV Store high scale value for input1 SP 85 PV OR Storing of low scale1 88 Set maximum range of input1 selected Set minimum range of input1 SP MAN#445R1/P13/24/311211/A Storing of minimum range of input1 PV OR 90 SP PV Storing of maximum range of input1 89 PV OR High scale for input1 is stored & next parameter is displayed Adjust low scale value of input1 SP 87 Adjust the high scale value for input1 SP PV 86 Bias for input 1 is stored & next parameter is displayed. PV OR Resolution is stored and next parameter is displayed. SP PV 82 Resolution is selected from options : 0.01 0.1 1 PV OR Unit is stored & next parameter is displayed SP PV SP Low scale value 1 is stored & next parameter is displayed Maximum range of input is adjusted. This parameter will be displayed only if linear mV/V input type is selected ( i.e. 0 50mV, 0 10 mV, 0 100mV, 0 1V, 0 5V, 0 10V) Maximum range of input1 is stored & next parameter is displayed Minimum range of input is adjusted. This parameter will be displayed only if linear mV/V input type is selected ( i.e. 0 50mV, 0 10 mV, 0 100mV, 0 1V, 0 5V, 0 10V) Minimum range is stored & next parameter is displayed Cont.

Cont. LEVEL inP DESCRIPTION KEY TO BE PRESSED DISPLAY ACTION 91 To select input2 OR Same as 75 PV 92 Storing of input 2 SP 93 Selection of resolution for display2 & input 2 OR SP SP SP PV 94 Storing of resolution 2 SP 95 Set bias of input2 Store bias for input 2 Set high scale value for input2 Adjust high scale value for input2 SP PV 98 Storing of high scale2 SP 99 Set low scale value for input2 Adjust low scale value for input2 SP PV 100 Storing of low scale2 SP 101 102 103 104 Set maximum range of input2 Storing of minimum range of input2 selected SP PV Storing of maximum range of input2 Set minimum range of input2 PV OR SP PV OR Highscale2 is stored & next parameter is displayed PV OR Bias for input 2 is stored & next parameter is displayed PV OR Resolution 2 is stored & next parameter is displayed Adjust bias for input 2 SP 97 Resolution is selected from options : 0.01 0.1 1 SP PV 96 Input 2 is stored & next parameter is displayed PV OR Same as 75 Except for square root input SP PV SP Low scale 2 is stored & next parameter is displayed Maximum range of input is adjusted. This parameter will be displayed only if linear mV/V input type is selected ( i.e. 0 50mV, 0 10 mV, 0 100mV, 0 1V, 0 5V, 0 10V) Maximum range of input2 is stored & next parameter is displayed Minimum range of input is adjusted. This parameter will be displayed only if linear mV/V input type is selected ( i.e. 0 50mV, 0 10 mV, 0 100mV, 0 2V, 0 5V, 0 10V) Minimum range is stored & next parameter is displayed MAN#445R1/P14/24/311211/A STEP NO.

5.4 LEVEL iout STEP NO. DESCRIPTION KEY TO BE PRESSED 105 Selection of output level DISPLAY ACTION PV OR SP PV 106 Enter level iout SP 107 Selection of assignment of output 1 SP OR SP PV 108 Store output 1 assignment SP Select iout from options: SP, inp, iout, init First parameter in level iout is displayed Output 1 is assigned to : Input 1 or Input 2 Output1 assignment is stored & next parameter is displayed SP SP 109 Selection of type of output1 (retransmission) OR SP Select from options 0-20, 4-20, 20-4, 20-0, Volt output SP SP PV 110 Storing of type of output 1 SP 111 Set high scale for output 1 112 113 114 115 MAN#445R1/P15/24/311211/A 116 SP Storing of output 2 assignment PV OR SP PV Storing of low scale for output 1 Selection of assignment of output 2 Adjust high scale for output1 SP PV Storing of high scale for output 1 Set low scale value for output 1 PV OR SP SP OR Output 1 type is stored & next parameter is displayed SP PV SP High scale value for output 1 is stored & next parameter is displayed Adjust low scale value for output1 Low scale value for output 1 is stored & next parameter is displayed. Output 2 is assigned to : Input 1, Input 2 Output 2 assignment is stored & next parameter is displayed Cont.

. Cont. LEVEL iout STEP NO. DESCRIPTION KEY TO BE PRESSED DISPLAY ACTION SP SP 117 Selection of type of output2 (retransmission) OR SP Select from options 0-20, 4-20, 20-4, 20-0, Volt output SP SP PV 118 Storing of type of output2 SP 119 Set high scale for output2 120 121 122 Adjust high scale for output 2 SP PV Storing of high scale for output2 Set low scale value for output2 PV OR SP Storing of low scale value for output2 High scale value for output2 is stored & next parameter is displayed PV Adjust lowscale value of output 2 OR Output 2 type is stored & next parameter is displayed SP PV SP Low scale value of output 2 is stored & next parameter is displayed 5.5 LEVEL CAL To enter calibration level press , when version number is being displayed in “init” level. Note : Do not proceed through this section unless there is definite need to re-calibrate the instrument. All previous calibration data will be lost. Do not attempt recalibration unless you have available appropriate calibration equipment. If calibration data is lost, you will need to return the instrument to your supplier who may charge you a service fee to recalibrate the instrument. The instrument will calculate the constants while exiting from program mode & store them in memory. Calibration should be done with all parameters properly set (I/P, unit etc.) MAN#445R1/P16/24/311211/A Complete calibration of the instrument requires calibration of A. INPUT CALIBRATION a) 0 50 mV b) CJC c) RTD d) 4 20 mA input e) Calibration of Input2 B. OUTPUT CALIBRATION e) 4 20 mA output1 f) 4 20 mA output2

A. INPUT CALIBRATION Calibrate the displayed reading from the front panel. With this facility the zero & span calibration errors can be adjusted. Select “input” correctly from level input. For eg. for rtd calibration select input “Pt100”, for mV/TC calibration select input “V50” (0 50 mV). For CJC calibration select input “TC K”. For mA calibra

TCK : K type thermocouple TCE : E type thermocouple TCJ : J type thermocouple TCB : B type thermocouple TCR : R type thermocouple TCS : S type thermocouple TCT : T type thermocouple TCN : N type thermocouple TCG : G type thermocouple TCC : C type thermocouple TCD : D type thermocouple RTD : Pt100 CU53: V.10 : 0 10 mV input V.50 : 0 50 mV input

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