Eurotherm Chessell Graphic Data Acquisition Recorders. Ethernet Communication Data Historian, Reports, Real Time Monitor

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Eurotherm

Chessell

Graphic Data Acquisition Recorders

Ethernet Communication

Data Historian, Reports

, Real Time Monitor

* 12.1" Color SVGA TFT Touchscreen Display * Up to 48 Input Channels

* Up to 27 Alarm relays

* Up to 256 MB PCMCIA card data storage

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* 5.5" Color SVGA TFT Touchscreen Display * Up to 12 Input Channels

* Up to 12 Alarm relays

* Up to 256 MB PCMCIA card data storage

* 5" Color, 1/4VGA STN Touchscreen Display * 6 Input Channels

* 1 Relay output

* Floppy disk drive and 3 MB Flash data storage

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5180V

5100V

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Unmatched Accuracy

Universal inputs

Current and historic data sets

High visibility

Display.

Display. Management.

Monitor Energy Consumption, texturizers,

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Eurotherm Chessell

K5100V and K5180V Graphic Data Acquisition Recorder

100mm and 180mm

5100V

5180V

No inputs 6-12 6-48

Display type 5.5" (139.7mm)(1/4 VGA) TFT color

LCD 12.1" (307.34mm)(SVGA) TFT color LCD

User interface Touch sensitive scre en Touch sensitive screen

Configurable Yes Yes

Relay outputs 3 3-12

Communications Ethernet Ethernet

Datalogging Yes Yes

Archive media ATA & compact flash or 3.5" disk ATA & compact flash or 3.5" disk

Totalizers, timers and

counters Yes Yes

The 5100V and 5180V process viewers, are the first recorders in a brand new range of data acquisition (DAQ) units. At the heart of the design is a leading edge technology Power PC, 32 bit RISC processor.

Ethernet networking has become the recognized standard for high-speed data transmission within large plants …and beyond. Series 5000 incorporates FTP (file transfer protocol) via its Ethernet

communications, enabling the archiving of data into the plant-wide data network.

Data visualization needs to be presented in the most easily interpretable format to the operator. In

addition to the standard displays of bar, chart and numeric formats, custom displays (plant mimics) can be created for the series 5000 recorders. The advanced software environment allows for display creating images that are both static, and have moving elements.

A Touch Sensitive Screen coupled with a ¼ VGA or SVGA TFT color LCD display provides excellent display capabilities. The Series 5000 features a simple to use WindowsTM style system configurator, that is mirrored in the PC-based configuration program, allowing ease of transition between either method of set up.

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Email: sales@mcgoff-bethune.com Web Site: www.mcgoff-bethune.com Review PC Softwareis included in the base system. Review is a powerful tool for the analysis, display, databasing and export of archived process data. Review provides an easy way to review stored data by point, time, plant-unit and batch number. Designed to view and print historical data produced by Chessell’s intelligent chart recorders and data acquisition units, all channels retain their original trace colors, identifiers and scales, ensuring easy comparison of data with that on the recorder unit.

Bridge 5000 is PC software that provides remote access to the series 5000 recorders, via Ethernet. Using the software, the operator sees real time data from the recorder. Navigation of the operator interface on the PC is identical to that of the unit, using a mouse to point and click where the recorder uses a touch screen.

Archiving is available on a choice of media, either 3.5” floppy diskette, PC card, or hard drive with up to 1 Gbyte of memory. Data is transferred from the instrument’s non-volatile memory in hourly, daily or weekly files. Data can be archived at a rate which matches the units’ high input scan rates – 8Hz. All data is stored in tamper-proof binary format that can be used for long term record processing.

The Batch 5000 feature offers batch functionality based on the requirements of FDA title 21 CFR part 11. The capabilities of this feature include: entering of six batch fields (e.g. current operator, batch number, customer name, order number, etc.), batch mode (start/stop or continuous).

OPC server capability (OLE for process control) defines the standard by which instrumentation can be integrated into modern automation/business systems. This enables Series 5000 recorders to be incorporated into the software system of your choice, without the need to assemble costly new drivers. Use of the Eurotherm custom chip set ensures high quality I/O. One A/D converter per channel negates the need for relays or solid state switching, providing continuous measurement and parallel sampling for each input. High noise rejection and isolation (250 volts channel to channel and channel ground) ensures measurement integrity in the harshest of environments. This high accuracy data acquisition occurs at an input scan rate of 8Hz (all channels scanned every 125ms).

The 5100V and 5180V Process Viewers are the first products to be released in a brand new range of graphical data acquisition recorders.

At the heart of the design is a leading edge technology 32 bit RISC processor. High Quality I/O Series 5000 utilizes the Eurotherm custom chip set. One A/D converter per channel negates the need for relays or solid state switching, providing continuous measurement and parallel sampling on each input. High noise rejection and isolation (250 volts ch/ch & ch/gnd) ensures measurement integrity in the harshest of environments.

Touch Sensitive Screens coupled with 1/4 VGA or full SVGA TFT color LCD displays, provide excellent viewing. The Series 5000 features a simple to use Windows-style system configurator that is mirrored in the PC based configuration program. This enables easy transition between the two methods of set up.

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Model

5100V/5180V

Specification

Sheet

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION (Recorder)

Board types and hardware options

Six-channel universal input

Model 5180V: Eight boards (48 channels) max

Model 5100V: Two boards (12 channels) max

Three Change-over relay output board

Model 5180V: Nine boards (27 outputs) max Model 5100V: Two boards (six outputs) max 3.5 inch floppy disk, or PC Card (ATA flash or hard disk)

Environmental Performance

Temperature limits PC Card option: Operation: 0 to 50ºC; Storage: – 25 to 70ºC Floppy disk drive option: Operation: 5 to 40ºC ; Storage: – 20 to + 50ºC

Humidity limits PC Card option: Operation: 8% to 85% RH; Storage: 8% to 90% (both non-condensing) Floppy disk drive option: Operation: 20% to 80% RH; Storage: 8% to 80% (both non-condensing) Protection Bezel and display IP65

Shock BS EN61010 Vibration (10 to 150Hz) 2g peak Altitude <2000m

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)

Emissions BS EN50081-2 Immunity BS EN50082-2

Electrical safety

(BS EN61010) Installation cat. II; Pollution degree 2

Physical (Model 5100V)

Panel mounting DIN43700

Bezel size 5.67" (144mm) x 5.67" (144mm) Panel cutout dimensions 5.43" (138mm) x 5.43" (138mm)

[both – 0 + .04" (1mm)] Depth behind bezel rear face 9.76" (248mm) Weight 6.6lb (3kg) Panel mounting angle

Recorders with hard disk: Vertical panel only Recorders with floppy disk: ± 15º

Other 5100V recorders: ± 45º

Physical (Model 5180V)

Panel mounting DIN43700

Bezel size 11.3" (288mm) x 11.3" (288mm) Panel cutout dimensions 11.1" (281mm) x 11.1" (281mm)

[(both – 0 + .04" (1mm)] Depth behind bezel rear face 12" (305mm)

Weight 16.5lb (7.5kg) Panel mounting angle

Recorders with hard disk: Vertical panel only Recorders with floppy disk: ± 15º

Other 5180V recorders: ± 45º

Operator interface

Type Colour TFT LCD with cold cathode backlighting. Fitted with resistive, analog, toughened touch-panel Size and resolution

Model 5100V: 1/4 VGA (320 x 240 pixels) Model 5180V: SVGA (800 x 600 pixels)

Power requirements

Line voltage 47 to 63Hz 85 to 265V

Power (Max) 60VA (Inrush current 36A) Fuse type None

Ethernet communications

Electrical standard 10Mbs Ethernet. 10BaseT.

Transport protocol TCP/IP. File Transfer Protocol (FTP). Modbus TCP/IP.

X Y A B PANEL CUTOUT X = 25 mm Y = 12.5 mm X = 12.5 mmY = 25 mm X = 15 mm Y = 10 mm

Side clamps Top/bottom clamps X = 10 mm Y = 15 mm 5100 (-0.0 + 1) mm138 x 138 A x B Model 5180 (-0.0 + 1) mm281 x 281

Minimum recommended spacing

INSTALLATION CATEGORY II

The rated impulse voltage for equipment on nominal 230V mains is 2500V. POLLUTION DEGREE 2

Normally, only non-conductive pollution occurs. Occasionally, however, a temporary conductivity caused by condensation shall be expected.

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Low Range 0Ω 0Ω 0Ω High Range 150Ω 600Ω 6kΩ Resolu-tion 5mΩ 22mΩ 148mΩ Maximum error (Instrument at 20 C)

0.045% input + 0.110% range 35ppm of input per deg C 35ppm of input per deg C 35ppm of input per deg C 0.045% input + 0.065% range

0.049% input + 0.035% range

Worst case temperature performance

HP261809X200 Issue 08/01 EUROTHERM RECORDERS INC

Input board specification (Cont.)

Thermocouple data

Temperature scale ITS 90 Bias current 0.05nA

Cold junction types Off, internal, external CJ error 1ºC max with inst. at 25ºC CJ rejection ratio 50:1 minimum

Remote CJ Via any user-defined channel Upscale/downscale drive High, low or none, selectable for each

thermocouple channel

Additional error: 0.01ºC (typ.) if high or low selected Types and ranges See table 2

Resistance inputs

Ranges (including lead resistance) 0 to 150Ω, 0 to 600Ω, 0 to 6kΩ

Influence of lead resistance Error = negligible; Mismatch = 1Ω/Ω

Temperature scale ITS90 Accuracy and resolution See table 3

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION (Input board)

General

Input types dc V, dc mV, dc mA (with shunt), Thermocouple, 2/3-wire RTD

Contact closure (not chan. 1) >60ms Input type mix Freely configurable

Maximum number of inputs 6 per board

Input ranges See Table1 and Table 3 below Termination Edge connector/terminal block Noise rejection (48 to 62Hz) Common mode: >140dB (channel to

channel and channel to ground) Series mode: >60dB Maximum common mode voltage 250V continuous Maximum series mode voltage 45mV at lowest range;

12V peak at highest range Isolation (dc to 65 Hz; BS EN61010) Installation cat II; Pollution degree 2

Channel to channel: 300V RMS or dc (double insulation) Channel to common electronics: 300V RMS or dc (double insulation) Channel to ground: 300V RMS or dc (basic insulation) Dielectric strength (BS EN61010) (1 minute type tests)

Channel to channel 2300 Vac Channel to ground 1350 Vac Insulation resistance >10MΩ at 500 V dc

Input impedance 38mV, 150mV, 1 V ranges: >10MΩ; 10V range: 68.8kΩ

Over voltage protection 50V peak (150V with attenuator) Open circuit detection ± 57nA max

Recognition time 500msec Minimum break resistance 10MΩ

Update/archive rates

Input/Relay-output sample rate 8Hz Display update 1Hz

Archive sample-value Latest value at archive time Trend/Display value Latest value at display update time

DC Input ranges

Shunt Externally mounted resistor modules Additional error due to shunt 0.1% of input

Additional error due to attenuator 0.2% of input Performance See table 1

Table 1 DC performance

Table 3 Resistance ranges - accuracy and resolution

Table 4 RTD types and ranges

Relay outputs

Maximum switching power* 500VA or 60W

Maximum breaking current* 2A within above power ratings Maximum contact voltage* 250V within above power ratings Isolation† Contact to contact: 300V RMS or dc (double insulation)

Contact to ground: 300V RMS or dc (basic insulation) Estimated life* 30,000,000 operations

* With resistive loads. With inductive loads, derate according to the graph, in which: Contact life = resistive life x F1 or F2 where

F1 = measured on representative examples and F2 = typical values according to experience

†All isolation figures are: DC to 65Hz; BS EN61010 Installation category II; Pollution degree 2

B 0 to + 1820 IEC584.1 0 to 400 C: 1.7 C 400 to 1820 C: 0.03 C C 0 to + 2300 Hoskins 0.12 C D 0 to + 2495 Hoskins 0.08 C E -270 to + 1000 IEC584.1 0.03 C G2 0 to + 2315 Hoskins 0.07 C J -210 to + 1200 IEC584.1 0.02 C K -270 to + 1372 IEC584.1 0.04 C L -200 to + 900 DIN43700:1985 0.20 C (To IPTS68) N -270 to + 1372 IEC584.1 0.04 C R -50 to + 1768 IEC584.1 0.04 C S -50 to + 1768 IEC584.1 0.04 C T -270 to + 400 IEC584.1 0.02 C U -200 to + 600 DIN43710:1985 0.04 C NiMoNiCo -50 to +1410 ASTM E1751-95 0.06 C Platinel 0 to +1370 Engelhard 0.02 C T/C Type Overall range ( C) Standard Maximum linearisation

error RTD type Cu10 JPT100 Ni100 Ni120

Overall range ( C) Standard

0.02 C 0.01 C 0.01 C 0.01 C 0.01 C 0.09 C 0.01 C Pt100 Pt100A Pt1000 -20 to + 400 -220 to + 630 -60 to + 250 -50 to + 170 -200 to + 850 -200 to + 600 -200 to + 850

General Electric Co. JIS C1604:1989 DIN43760:1987 DIN43760:1987 IEC751 Eurotherm Recorders SA IEC751 Max.linearisation error

Table 2 Thermocouple types andranges

F1 F2 1 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1F Reduction Factor F

Power factor (cos φ)

38mV 150mV 1 Volt 10 Volts -8 mV -30 mV -0.2 Volt -2 Volts 1.4µV 5.5µV 37µV 370µV 0.085% input + 0.073% range 0.084% input + 0.053% range 0.084% input + 0.037% range 0.275% input + 0.040% range

80ppm of input per deg C 80ppm of input per deg C 80ppm of input per deg C 272ppm of input per deg C Low Range High Range Resolution Maximum error (Instrument at 20 C)

Worst case temperature performance

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Review Software

Review Software is included standard with each 5100 DAQ Recorder

• View historical data on PC

• Modify and compress displayed data

• Combine data from multiple recorders

• Secure source data

• Output data to printer or standard spreadsheet packages

Display Data

Review software is a powerful tool for the analysis, display, databasing and export of archived process data. Review provides an easy way to review stored data by point, time, plant-unit and batch number. Designed to view and print historical data produced by Chessell’s intelligent chart recorders and data acquisition units, all channels retain their original trace colors, identifiers and scales, ensuring easy comparison of data with that on the recorder unit.

Source Data Remains Secure

Source data is retained in a database in the binary format used by Chessell’s recorders and data acquisition equipment. This binary format provides data security – once written, process values in the data cannot be tampered with.

Data Export

Once within the PC environment, process data is stored on hard disk for easy and instant access. The data is easily copied to the Windows clipboard for integration into other reporting packages such as spreadsheets, or word processing packages. Displayed data can also be exported as ASCII comma delimited files.

Printer Output

Any windows supported printer will produce attractive hard copy outputs in black and white, or color. Process data is printed with scales, channel identifiers and time markers.

Remote File Transfer

Review has a facility for the remote transfer of data and configurations. Files stored on the recorder’s local archive drive are transferred between the unit and a PC, over the instruments serial

communications. Available on the: 41003C, 4103M, 4100G, and 5100V this features:

• Automatic (timed) or operator requested transfer of archived data files from recorder to PC

• Save recorder configuration to archive drive

• Restore configuration from archive drive to recorder

• Delete files on archive drive

This feature is ideal for large plants and remote sites where data files need to be gathered on a daily or weekly basis, for quality record purposes.

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BRIDGE 5000 REMOTE VIEWER

INTRODUCTION

This feature allows the user to view recorder standard screens, dynamically, on-line, from any PC which meets or exceeds the minimum requirements listed below. The software is supplied on a CD ROM, which also includes PC review, PC Configuration and Acrobat reader software and various manuals relevant to the recorder.

The Remote viewer software is suitable for any physical hardware configurations, some common examples being: 1. A single PC connected directly to a recorder.

2. Multiple PCs connected via a network to one or more recorders. (Each recorder can be accessed by a maximum of four PCs, but one PC can look at a number of recorders depending on available memory. For example, a mini-mum specification computer (section 6.1.1) running Windows NT can ‘look at’ up to three recorders.)

3. A single PC connected via a telephone line to a remote recorder.

This manual does not attempt to describe network setup in detail, as each network is different. In most cases, the help of the network administrator or supervisor will be required, for example, in the allocation of valid addresses and pass-words.

Minimum PC requirements

1. P90 running Windows 95/98/NT 2. 32MB RAM

3. 50MB free hard disk space

4. Graphics drive capable of displaying > 256 colours (recommended)

CONNECTION DETAILS

The connection to the recorder is terminated at the RJ45 connector located as shown in figures 2.2.1a, 2.2.1b). The other end of the cable may be terminated, for example, at a hub, a dial-up router or a PC, and it is up to the user to obtain a suitable cable (normally available from a computer supplier or electronic component distributor.)

Note: For direct connection between a PC and the recorder, a crossover cable is required. For all other connections, a 'straight-through' connection is required.

Direct PC connection

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