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Electrical safety Health and safety, This equipment complies with the requirements of CEI IEC To ensure that our products are safe and without risk to health. 61010 1 2001 2 Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment the following points must be noted. for Measurement Control and Laboratory Use If the The relevant sections of these instructions must be read. equipment is used in a manner NOT specified by the Company carefully before proceeding. the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired Warning labels on containers and packages must be. Installation operation maintenance and servicing must. Symbols only be carried out by suitably trained personnel and in. accordance with the information given, One or more of the following symbols may appear on the Normal safety precautions must be taken to avoid the. equipment labelling possibility of an accident occurring when operating in. conditions of high pressure and or temperature, Warning refer to the manual for instructions Chemicals must be stored away from heat protected from. temperature extremes and powders kept dry Normal safe. handling procedures must be used,Caution risk of electric shock. When disposing of chemicals ensure that no two chemicals. Protective earth ground terminal, Safety advice concerning the use of the equipment described in.
this manual or any relevant hazard data sheets where. Earth ground terminal, applicable may be obtained from the Company address on the. back cover together with servicing and spares information. Direct current supply only,Alternating current supply only. Both direct and alternating current supply, The equipment is protected through double insulation. Information in this manual is intended only to assist our. customers in the efficient operation of our equipment Use of. this manual for any other purpose is specifically prohibited and. its contents are not to be reproduced in full or part without. prior approval of the Technical Publications Department. CONTENTS 1 INTRODUCTION, Section Page The documentation for the C1900 series of circular chart. recorders is shown in Fig 1 1 The Standard Manuals including. 1 INTRODUCTION 1 the data sheet are supplied with all instruments The. Supplementary Manuals supplied depend on the specification of. 2 PREPARATION 2 the instrument,2 1 Accessories 2, This manual includes an Installation Record which should be.
2 2 Checking the Code Number 2, completed as a log of the electrical installation The record is. 2 2 1 Non upgradeable Version 2, useful when carrying out initial instrument programming and can. be retained for future reference,3 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION 3. 3 1 Siting 3,3 2 Mounting 3,3 2 1 Wall Pipe Mounting 4. INSTALLATION DATA SHEET,3 2 2 Panel Mounting 5,Product Identification Full Specification.
4 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION 6 Mounting, 4 1 Identifying the Input Output Modules 7 Electrical Connections. 4 2 Channel Connections 7 Installation Record, 4 2 1 Selecting the Analog Input Type s 8 Part No Part No. 4 2 2 Voltage and Current 9 IM C1900 INS SS C1900,4 2 3 2 wire Transmitter Input 9. 4 2 4 Thermocouple 9 Recorders and Controllers,4 2 5 Resistance Thermometer RTD 9. 4 2 6 Logic Inputs 9,4 2 7 Analog Output 9 OPERATION PROGRAMMING.
4 2 8 Relay Output 9 Setting Up General Programming. 4 2 9 Motorized Valve 10 Error Messages Basic Config Level. 4 3 Module Connections 11 Displays Controls Advanced Config Level. Operating Level Connections Links, 4 3 1 Standard I O or Analog Relay Simple Fault Finding. Module Types 1 2 and 7 11,Part No Part No, 4 3 2 Four Relay Module Module Type 3 11 IM C1900 OGR IM C1900 PGR. 4 3 3 Eight Digital Inputs or Outputs,Module Types 4 and 5 respectively 11. 4 4 Power Supply Connections 13 Recorders Only,5 INSTALLATION RECORD 13 OPERATION PROGRAMMING. Setting Up General Programming,Error Messages Basic Config Level.
Displays Controls Control Config Level,Operating Level Advanced Config Level. Simple Fault Finding Connections Links,Part No Part No. IM C1900 OGC IM C1900 PGC,Controllers Only,A Standard Manuals. ADVANCED SOFTWARE MODBUS RTU,Serial Adaptors,Flow Totalization Serial Connections. Ramp Soak Profile Programming Pages,Math Functions ASCII Tables.
Timer Functions,Part No Part No,IM C1900 ADV IM C1900 MOD. B Supplementary Manuals,Fig 1 1 C1900 Documentation. 2 PREPARATION, 2 1 Accessories Fig 2 1 2 2 Checking the Code Number Fig 2 2. 2 2 1 Non upgradeable Version,Note The 1901J is a basic non upgradeable single. pen recorder This version is not fitted with an analog. output relay transmitter power supply unit or digital. inputs and no additional modules can be fitted The full. Pen Capsule,1 to 4 identification code is shown below.
depending on,no of channels,1901J A 0 0 1 1 00000 STD. Pack of 3 C1900,single pen recorder,Electrical code standard. Keys Option module none,door lock versions only Options none. A Standard Accessories Door lock not fitted,Power supply 115V AC. Modules fitted in module positions 2 to 6 none,Special Settings company standard.
kit contains 2 sets,of items shown,Pipe mounting Kit Push to. 1 release handle,C1900 1713,Pull handle,to release. Wall mounting Kit,C1900 1712 6 Check code number against. kit contains 4 sets the Data Sheet,of items shown SS C1900R or SS C1900RC. Case to Panel Gasket,C1900 0149,see Note below,B Optional Accessories.
captive screw,Note If panel mounting to NEMA 4X standard is. required a continuous bead of suitable silicon, sealant must be applied between the case flange 5 Swing chart plate forward. and the panel Do not use the optional gasket,3 and open door. Fig 2 1 Accessories Fig 2 2 Checking the Code Number. 3 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION, 3 1 Siting Figs 3 1 and 3 2 3 2 Mounting Figs 3 3 to 3 5. Dimensions in inches mm,A Close to Sensor,B At Eye level Location.
C Avoid Vibration 1 30 33,Fig 3 1 General Requirements 2 60 66. 183 4 0 94 22 4,1 44 36 6 Typical Space Between,Adjacent Knockout Centers. A Within Temperature Limits,0 to 95 RH,12 63 320 8. 0 to 80 RH,B Within Humidity Limits, Caution Select a location away from strong electrical. and magnetic fields If this is not possible particularly in 2 23. applications where mobile communications equipment 56 8. is expected to be used screened cables within earthed. grounded metal conduit must be used 1 18 30 1,C Use Screened Cables 1 18 30 1.
Fig 3 2 Environmental Requirements Fig 3 3 Overall Dimensions. 3 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION,3 2 1 Wall Pipe Mounting Fig 3 4. 2 Mark fixing centers on wall 4,Drill suitable,Secure mounting. brackets 4 to case,Secure instrument to,4 wall using suitable fixings. A Wall mounting Optional,Secure using 2 3 8 in 60mm OD. two nuts and 4 horizontal or vertical pipe,Position mounting.
brackets to suit horizontal,pipe mounting or vertical. pipe mounting as required,Secure mounting,brackets to case using. bolts and washers,3 Fit U bolts,into brackets,B Pipe Mounting Optional. Fig 3 4 Wall Pipe Mounting,3 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION. 3 2 2 Panel Mounting Fig 3 5, Dimensions in inches mm 3 Drill four suitable holes.
4 holes 0 281 dia,or tap for 1 4 in thread,2 Mark four mounting holes. 14 00 355 6,12 72 323 08,360 4 12 72 11 25,323 1 285 8. 1 70 minimum,43 2 Optional gasket,see Note 2 below. Locate instrument,4 in cut out,0 64 16 25,1 Cut hole in panel Secure in panel using. 5 four bolts washers and nuts,see Note 1 below,Minimum Cut out Dimensions.
13 7 348 0 Notes, maximum 1 The instrument can be inserted into a panel cut out. of any size between the minimum and maximum, 14 6 dimensions illustrated provided the cut out is. 371 0 positioned centrally relative to the fixing holes If the. maximum panel cut out is larger than the maximum a locally. manufactured adaptor plate will be required,2 If panel mounting to NEMA 4X hosedown standard. is required a continuous bead of suitable silicon,sealant must be applied beween the case flange. and the panel Do not use the optional gasket,0 15 3 8 0 15 3 8.
minimum minimum,Ensure cut out positioned centrally. between mounting holes,Maximum Cut out Dimensions,Fig 3 5 Panel Mounting. 4 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION, To comply with Underwriter Laboratories UL and Canadian Standards Association CSA certification route signal leads. and power cables in earthed grounded flexible metal conduit Use the Position 1 protective ground stud NOT the. terminal module ground stud to ground the flexible metal conduit. Instruments not fitted with the optional internal on off switch and fuse must have a disconnecting device such as a switch. or circuit breaker conforming to local safety standards fitted to the final installation It must be fitted in close proximity to. the instrument within easy reach of the operator and must be marked clearly as the disconnection device for the. instrument, Remove all power from supply relay and any powered control circuits and high common mode voltages before accessing. or making any connections, Use cable appropriate for the load currents The terminals accept cables up to 14AWG 2 5mm2.
The instrument and all inputs and outputs conform to Mains Power Input Insulation Category II. All connections to secondary circuits must have basic insulation. After installation there must be no access to live parts e g terminals. Terminals for external circuits are for use only with equipment with no accessible live parts. If the instrument is used in a manner not specified by the Company the protection provided by the equipment may be. All equipment connected to the instrument s terminals must comply with local safety standards IEC 60950 EN601010 1. Always route signal leads and power cables separately. Use screened cable for signal inputs and relay connections Connect the screen to the earth ground stud see Fig 4 10. The terminal blocks can be removed from the main PCB when making connections see Fig 4 1 Before removing a. module note its position, If wall or pipe mounting to NEMA 4X hosedown standard is required suitable cable glands must be used to prevent. water ingress,1 release handle,Pull handle,to release. 4 Remove Terminal,Block Assembly,captive screw,5 Swing chart plate forward. 3 and open door,Fig 4 1 Removing Terminal Block Assembly. 4 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION,4 1 Identifying the Input Output Modules Fig 4 2.
To gain access to the modules open the door and chassis see. Fig 2 2 There are six module positions as shown in. 4 2 Channel Connections, Channel 1 connections are made directly to the terminal block. mounted on the motherboard 2 3 4 5 6, Other Channel connections are made to standard I O modules. fitted in positions 2 3 or 4 see Fig 4 2,Warning The maximum channel to channel. voltage between any 2 channels must not exceed,500V DC Module. 2 3 4 5 6 Positions,See Green Pen,Below Channel 3,Channel 4 Not available on.
non upgradeable,Black Pen Violet Event,Pen or Additional Functions. Additional,Additional,Module positions can also be used for. additional I O modules module types 1 and,2 for use with math functions. The module type is marked on the,component side of the PCB. Fig 4 2 Module Positions and Functions,4 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION.
4 2 1 Selecting the Analog Input Type s Figs 4 3 and 4 4. Plug in links are used to select the input type,Channel 1 PL1 PL8 on the main p c b Fig 4 3. Channels 2 to 4 PL1 PL3 on the module Fig 4 4,5 4 5 4 L14. 8 1 8 1 L22,R64 2 3 TRA9,mV THC mA V RTD Resistance TR9. R53 2 3 4 5 6,2 wire Transmitter All Other Input Types. Fig 4 3 Selecting the Input Type Main Board,C21 C14 C25.
3 2 3 2 PL3 IC20,R26 C15 INPUT OUTPUT MODULE,4 1 4 1 R30 R44. 2 wire Transmitter All Other Input Types,5 PL1 8 5 PL1 8. mV THC mA V RTD Resistance,Fig 4 4 Selecting the Input Type I O Modules. Compensating Cable,BS1843 ANSI MC 96 1 DIN 43714 BS4937 Part No 30. Type of Thermocouple Case Case Case Case, Ni Cr Ni Al K Brown Blue Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Green Green Green White Green.
Ni Cr Cu Ni E Violet White Violet, Nicrisil Nisil N Orange Blue Orange Orange Red Orange Pink White Pink. Pt Pt Rh R and S White Blue Green Black Red Green Red White White Orange White Orange. Pt Rh Pt Rh B Grey White Grey, Cu Cu Ni T White Blue Blue Blue Red Blue Red Brown Brown Brown White Brown. Fe Con J Yellow Blue Black White Red Black Red Blue Blue Black White Black. Case Blue for intrinsically safe circuits,Fe Con DIN 43710. Blue Red Blue Blue,Table 4 1 Thermocouple Compensating Cable. 4 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION, 4 2 2 Voltage and Current Fig 4 5 4 2 5 Resistance Thermometer RTD Fig 4 5.
Input impedances If long leads are necessary it is preferable to use a 3 lead. Low voltage mV 10M resistance thermometer,Voltage 10M. If 2 lead resistance thermometers are used each input must be. Current mA 100,calibrated to take account of the lead resistance. 4 2 3 2 wire Transmitter Input Fig 4 5,4 2 6 Logic Inputs Fig 4 5. Power for the transmitter is supplied by terminal 6. The two logic inputs accept either volt free switch or TTL 5V. Note The voltage across terminals 4 and 6 is 20V input types and can be used for remote switching of many. Electrical safety This equipment complies with the requirements of CEI IEC 61010 1 2001 2 Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Measurement Control and Laboratory Use If the equipment is used in a manner NOT specified by the Company the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired Symbols

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