Operation Guide

Models 436101/436102/436103/436104/436106

µR10000 Recorder

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IM 04P01B01-02E
3rd Edition

Yokogawa Electric Corporation

Contents
Foreword .................................................................................................................................................................. 3 Safety Precautions ................................................................................................................................................... 3 Handling Precautions ............................................................................................................................................... 4 How to Use This Manual .......................................................................................................................................... 4 Checking the Contents of the Package .................................................................................................................... 4 Removing the Packing Materials .............................................................................................................................. 5 Recorder’s Version and Functions Described in This Manual .................................................................................. 6 Function Introduction/Names of Parts ....................................................................................................................... 8 Function Introduction ................................................................................................................................................ 8 Names of Parts ......................................................................................................................................................... 9 Display and Key Panel ........................................................................................................................................... 10 Installing/Wiring the Recorder .................................................................................................................................. 11 Installation Location ................................................................................................................................................ 11 Installation Procedure ............................................................................................................................................. 11 Input Signal Wiring ................................................................................................................................................. 13 Optional Terminal Wiring ........................................................................................................................................ 15 Power Supply Wiring .............................................................................................................................................. 17 Common Operations and Menu Structure ............................................................................................................... 18 Execution Modes .................................................................................................................................................... 18 Operation Sequence .............................................................................................................................................. 18 Key Operation ........................................................................................................................................................ 19 Menu Structure of Setting Mode ............................................................................................................................. 22 Menu Structure of Basic Setting Mode ................................................................................................................... 23 Preparing to Record ................................................................................................................................................... 24 Loading or Replacing the Chart Paper ................................................................................................................... 24 Installing/Replacing the Plotter Pen (Pen Model) ................................................................................................... 27 Installing/Replacing the Ribbon Cassette (Dot Model) ........................................................................................... 27 Checking or Setting the Date/Time ......................................................................................................................... 29 Setting the Input Range and Alarm on Measurement Channels ........................................................................... 30 Setting the Input Range .......................................................................................................................................... 30 Setting the Alarm .................................................................................................................................................... 34 Recording/Displaying Data ....................................................................................................................................... 36 Starting the Recording ............................................................................................................................................ 36 Stopping the Recording .......................................................................................................................................... 36 Feeding the Chart Paper ........................................................................................................................................ 36 Changing the Chart Speed ..................................................................................................................................... 37 Viewing the Recorded Results ............................................................................................................................... 37 Description of the Printout Contents ....................................................................................................................... 38 Switching the Display Screen ................................................................................................................................. 40 Changing the Displayed Information ...................................................................................................................... 41 FUNC Key Operations in Operation Mode ............................................................................................................. 42 Printing Measured Values (Manual Printout) .......................................................................................................... 42 Printing the Recorder Settings ............................................................................................................................... 43 Clearing the Alarm Printout Buffer .......................................................................................................................... 44 Printing a Message ................................................................................................................................................. 44 Releasing the Alarm Output (Alarm ACK Operation) .............................................................................................. 45 Activating/Releasing the Key Lock ......................................................................................................................... 45 Setup Items and Default Values ................................................................................................................................ 46 Setup Items in Setting Mode and Their Default Values .......................................................................................... 46 Setup Items in Basic Setting Mode and Their Default Values ................................................................................ 47 Recommended Replacement Periods for Worn Parts ............................................................................................ 51

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Foreword
Thank you for purchasing the YOKOGAWA µR10000 Recorder. This manual describes concisely the operating procedures of the µR10000 Recorder. To ensure correct use, please read this manual thoroughly before beginning operation. The following two manuals, in addition to this one, are provided as manuals for the µR10000 Recorder. Please read all of them. Electronic Manuals Provided on the Accompanying CD-ROM Manual Title Manual No. µR10000 Recorder User’s Manual IM 04P01B01-01E Explains all the functions and procedures of the recorder excluding the communication functions. µR10000/µR20000 Communication IM 04P01B01-17E Interface User’s Manual Explains the communication functions using Ethernet interface and the RS-422A/485 communication interface. Opening the Electronic Manuals The PDF files of the manuals are provided on the accompanying CD-ROM. When the CD-ROM is inserted in the PC’s CD-ROM drive, a list of manuals on the CD-ROM is displayed. Click a manual title to open the manual. If the list of manuals is not displayed automatically, open the manual in the My Computer > 4361_4371_manual > English directory.

Safety Precautions
The general safety precautions described here must be observed • during all phases of operation. Safety Standards and EMC Standards This recorder conforms to IEC safety class I (provided with terminal for protective grounding), Installation Category II, Measurement category II (CAT II), and EN61326-1 (EMC standard), class A (use in a commercial, industrial, or business environment). • This recorder is designed for indoor use. About This Manual • • • This manual should be read by the end user. Read this manual thoroughly and have a clear understanding of the product before operation. This manual explains the functions of the product. YOKOGAWA does not guarantee that the product will suit a particular purpose of the user. • Under absolutely no circumstances may the contents of this manual be transcribed or copied, in part or in whole, without permission. The contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice. Every effort has been made in the preparation of this manual to ensure the accuracy of its contents. However, should you have any questions or find any errors or omissions, please contact • your nearest YOKOGAWA dealer. Precautions Related to the Protection, Safety, and Alteration of the Product • The following safety symbols are used on the product and in this manual.
"Handle with care." To avoid injury and damage to the instrument, the operator must refer to the explanation in the manual. Protective ground terminal AC "High temperature." To avoid injury caused by hot surface, do not touch locations where this symbol appears.

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Notes
• The contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice as a result of continuing improvements to the instrument’s performance and functions. • Every effort has been made in the preparation of this manual to ensure the accuracy of its contents. However, should you have any questions or find any errors, please contact your nearest YOKOGAWA dealer as listed on the back cover of this manual. • Copying or reproducing all or any part of the contents of this manual without the permission of Yokogawa Electric Corporation is strictly prohibited. The TCP/IP software of this product and the document concerning the TCP/IP software have been developed/created by YOKOGAWA based on the BSD Networking Software, Release 1 that has been licensed from the University of California.

For the protection and safe use of the product and the system controlled by it, be sure to follow the instructions and precautions on safety that are stated in this manual whenever you handle the product. Take special note that if you handle the product in a manner that violate these instructions, the protection functionality of the product may be damaged or impaired. In such cases, YOKOGAWA does not guarantee the quality, performance, function, and safety of the product.

Trademarks
• All the brands or names of Yokogawa Electric’s products used in this manual are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Yokogawa Electric Corporation. Microsoft, MS-DOS, Windows, Windows NT, and Windows XP are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. • • Adobe, Acrobat, and PostScript are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated. For purposes of this manual, the TM and ® symbols do not accompany their respective trademark names or registered trademark names. Company and product names that appear in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. • • •

When installing protection and/or safety circuits such as lightning protection devices and equipment for the product and control system or designing or installing separate protection and/or safety circuits for fool-proof design and fail-safe design of the processes and lines that use the product and the control system, the user should implement these using additional devices and equipment. If you are replacing parts or consumable items of the product, make sure to use parts specified by YOKOGAWA. This product is not designed or manufactured to be used in critical applications that directly affect or threaten human lives. Such applications include nuclear power equipment, devices using radioactivity, railway facilities, aviation equipment, air navigation facilities, aviation facilities, and medical equipment.

Revisions
1st Edition 2nd Edition 3rd Edition December 2004 March 2005 August 2005 •

If so used, it is the user’s responsibility to include in the system additional equipment and devices that ensure personnel safety. Do not modify this product.

3rd Edition: August 2005 (YK) All Rights Reserved, Copyright © 2004 Yokogawa Electric Corporation IM 04P01B01-02E

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Handling Precautions
WARNING • Power Supply Ensure that the source voltage matches the voltage of the power supply before turning ON the power. Protective Grounding Make sure to connect the protective grounding to prevent electric shock before turning ON the power. • Necessity of Protective Grounding Never cut off the internal or external protective earth wire or disconnect the wiring of the protective earth terminal. Doing so invalidates the protective functions of the instrument and poses • a potential shock hazard. Defect of Protective Grounding Do not operate the instrument if the protective earth or fuse might be defective. Make sure to check them before operation. • Do Not Operate in an Explosive Atmosphere Do not operate the instrument in the presence of flammable liquids or vapors. Operation in such environments constitutes a safety hazard. • Do Not Remove Covers The cover should be removed by YOKOGAWA’s qualified personnel only. Opening the cover is dangerous, because some areas inside the instrument have high voltages. • External Connection Connect the protective grounding before connecting to the item under measurement or to an external control unit. Damage to the Protective Structure Operating the recorder in a manner not described in this manual may damage its protective structure. • • • • • Use care when cleaning the recorder, especially any plastic parts. When cleaning, wipe using a dry soft cloth. Do not use chemicals such as benzene or thinner, since these may cause discoloring and deformation. Keep electrically charged objects away from the signal terminals. This may damage the recorder. Do not apply volatile chemicals to the door glass, display, panel keys, etc. Do not allow rubber and vinyl products to remain in contact with the recorder for long periods of time. This may damage the recorder. When not in use, make sure to turn OFF the power switch. If there are any symptoms of trouble such as strange odors or smoke coming from the recorder, immediately turn OFF the power switch and the power supply source. Then, contact your nearest YOKOGAWA dealer.

How to Use This Manual
This manual covers information regarding the recorders with English as the display/recording language (suffix code “2”). The following markings are used in this manual.

Exemption from Responsibility • YOKOGAWA makes no warranties regarding the product except those stated in the WARRANTY that is provided separately. • YOKOGAWA assumes no liability to any party for any loss or damage, direct or indirect, caused by the user or any

unpredictable defect of the product. Handling Precautions of the Software • YOKOGAWA makes no warranties regarding the software accompanying this product except those stated in the WARRANTY that is provided separately. Use the software on a single PC. You must purchase another copy of the software, if you are to use the software on another PC. Copying the software for any purposes other than backup is strictly prohibited. Please store the original media containing the software in a safe place. Reverse engineering, such as decompiling of the software, is strictly prohibited. No portion of the software supplied by YOKOGAWA may be transferred, exchanged, sublet, or leased for use by any third party without prior permission by YOKOGAWA.

Improper handling or use can lead to injury to the user or damage to the instrument. This symbol appears on the instrument to indicate that the user must refer to the user’s manual for special instructions. The same symbol appears in the corresponding place in the user’s manual to identify those instructions. In the manual, the symbol is used in conjunction with the word “WARNING” or “CAUTION.” WARNING Calls attention to actions or conditions that could cause serious or fatal injury to the user, and precautions that can be taken to prevent such occurrences. CAUTION Calls attentions to actions or conditions that could cause light injury to the user or damage to the instrument or user’s data, and precautions that can be taken to prevent such occurrences. Note Calls attention to information that is important for proper operation of the instrument.

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Checking the Contents of the Package
Unpack the box and check the contents before operating the instrument. If some of the contents are not correct or missing or if there is physical damage, contact the dealer from which you purchased them. µR10000 Recorder A name plate is affixed to the case. Check that the model name and suffix code given on the name plate on the rear panel match those on your order.
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MODEL SUFFIX SUPPLY FREQUENCY NO.

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Made in China

NO. (Instrument Number) When contacting the dealer from which you purchased the instrument, please give them the instrument number.

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MODEL and SUFFIX Code Model Suffix Optional Description Code Code µR10000 1 pen recorder 436101 µR10000 2 pen recorder 436102 µR10000 3 pen recorder 436103 µR10000 4 pen recorder 436104 µR10000 6 dot recorder 436106 Japanese -1 English & deg F / DST -2 /A1 Alarm output relay 2 points1 /A2 Alarm output relay 4 points1 /A3 Alarm output relay 6 points1, 2 /C3 RS-422A/485 interface3 /C7 Ethernet (10BASE-T) interface3 /F1 Fail/Chart end detection and output2 /H2 Clamped input terminal4 /H3 Non-glare door glass /M1 Mathematical function /N1 Cu10, Cu25 RTD input /N2 3 legs isolated RTD4, 5 /N3 Expansion inputs6 /R1 Remote control 5 points 1 /A1, /A2, and /A3 cannot be specified simultaneously. 2 /A3 and /F1 cannot be specified simultaneously. 3 /C3 and /C7 cannot be specified simultaneously. 4 /H2 and /N2 cannot be specified simultaneously. 5 Valid only on the model 436106. 6 14 types of input including Pt50 RTD, PR40-20, and Platinel TC Standard Accessories

Item Z-fold chart paper Ribbon cassette Red Disposable felt pen Blue

Model B9565AW B9901AX B9902AM B9902AP Green B9902AN Violet B9902AQ

Quantity 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

Note 10 pcs. 3 pcs. 3 pcs. 3 pcs. 3 pcs. 3 pcs. 250 Ω ± 0.1% 100 Ω ± 0.1% 10 Ω ± 0.1% 250 Ω ± 0.1% 100 Ω ± 0.1% 10 Ω ± 0.1%

Plotter pen Mounting bracket

Purple B9902AR B9900BX 415920 415921 415922 438920 438921 438922

Shunt resistor for the screw terminal (standard) Shunt resistor for the clamped input terminal (/H2)

Removing the Packing Materials
Open the door, put your finger on the tab at the lower left of the display and key panel section, and open the display and key panel section.

Tab on the display key panel section

Open Open

Z-fold chart Disposable paper felt pen

Plotter pen Ribbon cassette

Remove all packing materials.

Pen Model

Mounting bracket

µR10000 Recorder Manuals for the µR10000/µR20000 Operation Guide IM 04P01B01-02E (CD-ROM)

Item Z-fold chart paper Ribbon cassette Red Green Blue Violet Purple

Disposable felt pen

Plotter pen Mounting bracket Manuals for the µR10000/µR20000 (CD-ROM) µR10000 Recorder Operation Guide IM 04P01B01-02E

1-Pen 2-Pen 3-Pen 4-Pen Dot 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Hinge

Dot Model

Software (Sold Separately, see next page)

Model RXA10-01 Configuration software RXA10-02

Item

Note With interface unit

Hinge

Optional Accessories (Sold Separately) The optional accessories below are available for purchase separately. If you make an order, make sure that all contents are present and undamaged. For information about ordering accessories, contact the dealer from which you purchased the recorder.
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CAUTION To protect the hinges, do not apply vertical force on the display and key panel section.

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and time.2 User’s Manual (IM 04P01B01-01E). register the System display to the display screen.Recorder’s Version and Functions Described in This Manual The contents of this manual corresponds to the recorder with version 1. Section 7. Section 5. Check the number shown by the “Version:” item.13 Communication manual Communication manual – – /C3 /C7 • Checking the Version Number You can check the version number on the System display. (Added) Modbus slave protocol Two-wire system (Changed) Users with the same user name cannot be registered. – (Added) Key operation to move the printer carriage near the center position so that the ribbon cassette can be replaced with the power turned ON (dot model) (Changed) Selectable range of alarm values during linear scaling (including 1-5V and SQRT) is –5% to 105% of the scale span. The new functions are planned to be supported on the configuration software to be released after November 2005. The displayed contents on the System display switches every 3 seconds.11. Press the DISP key repeatedly until System display is shown. • • Procedure of registering the System display to the display screen: See Switching the Display Screen on Page 40.02 or earlier – – 1.19 User’s Manual (IM 04P01B01-01E). The System display cannot be shown at the factory default condition. 6 IM 04P01B01-02E . Section 3.5 and 6. (Changed) Specify the date/time for switching DST and standard time by the month.4 User’s Manual (IM 04P01B01-01E).11 – (Added) The printout/display format of the date can be changed. µR10000 Versions and Functions Version Suffix Code Added or Modified Functions 1. Software (Sold Separately) The µR10000 Configuration Software cannot set the new functions (indicated above) available on µR10000 version 1. Reference – User’s Manual (IM 04P01B01-01E). the nth day of the week of that month. Procedure of displaying the System display: The screen switchs each time the DISP key is pressed.11. Sections 5. First.

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µR10000 Recorder Recording example (dot model) Alarms For each channel. RTD. Alarm output relays can be used to output contact signals when alarms occur (/A1. The remote control function (/R1 option) can be used to control the recording start/stop and other operations of the recorder by applying contact signals to the dedicated terminals. The FAIL/chart end detection and output function (/F1 option) can be used to output contact signals when errors are detected on the recorder or when the chart paper runs out. and /A3 options). the measured values on the recorder can be output to a computer or a computer can be used to control the recorder. and predefined messages. various alarms such as high limit alarm and low limit alarm can be assigned to monitor the measured values. In addition to trend recording. thermocouple. Other Main Functions The computation function (/M1 option) can be used to perform various computations from four arithmetic operations to statistical calculations on 8 and 12 computation channels on the pen model and dot model. 8 IM 04P01B01-02E . 1-5V. the dot model can record up to 6 channels. various types of information can be printed on the chart paper such as numeric measured values. Display Measured values can be displayed numerically or using bar graphs on the large display. and contact or voltage ON/OFF signal to channels for measurement. Also. alarm status and chart speed can be displayed. Recording The measured results are recorded with pens or dots on a chart paper (trend recording). /A2. The pen model can record up to 4 channels. The chart speed can be selected from 5 to 12000 mm/h on the pen model and 1 to 1500 mm/h on the dot model. Communication Functions Using the Ethernet communication interface (/C7 option) or the RS-422A/485 communication interface (/C3 option). Also. see the µR10000 /µR20000 Communication Interface User’s Manual (IM 04P01B01-17E) on the CD-ROM. respectively. alarm occurrence/release.Function Introduction/Names of Parts Function Introduction The µR10000 Recorder (hereafter referred to as the recorder) can be used to assign DC voltage. For details on communication functions. The computed results can be recorded. The measured results are recorded with pens or dots on a chart paper that is fed at a constant speed. Internal Light A light is provided for easier viewing of the recording area of the chart paper. the recorder settings can be printed.

left. Ethernet port (/C7 option) IM 04P01B01-02E 9 . Power switch Turns ON/OFF the power each time the switch is pressed. Measuring input terminal block Measuring input terminals. It lights up the recording area of the chart paper. Power terminal block The power terminal and protective ground terminal. Pen model Recording pen Records the measured value. Plotter pen Prints various types of information. The hole is covered with a seal. Dot model Ink ribbon Six-color ink. Mounting hole There is one hole on each of the top. Display and key panel Hold the tab at the lower left and pull to open. Rear Panel Heatsink Dissipates the internal heat. Display and key panel (see the next page) There is an internal light on the bottom section of the display and key panel. Chart cassette Holds the chart paper. Printer carriage Records measured values and prints various types of information. and right panels. bottom.Function Introduction/Names of Parts Names of Parts Front Name plate The model name is written on the name plate. Door Tag plate Used to write channel names. Optional terminal block This is where terminals or ports used by options such as alarm output relays and communication interface are installed.

the CHARACTER key. the display of the comment on the setting turns ON/OFF. MENU key Hold this key down for 3 seconds to enter Setting mode. When pressed with the SHIFT key. For all keys except RCD. displays the setup screen when setting functions. CHART END Illuminates when the chart paper is out (/F1 option). ALARM 1 to 6 Illuminates when an alarm is occurring on channels 1 to 6. DISP MENU key Hold this key down for 3 seconds to switch to the data display setup screen. Main display Displays the measured values. Hold this key down for 3 seconds also to exit from Setting mode. KEY LOCK Illuminates when key lock is enabled. message printout. DISP key Switches the screen in the main display. ESC Key: Cancels the operation. MATH Illuminates when computation on the computation function (/M1 option) is in progress. when the FUNC key/DISP MENU key is pressed> CHARACTER Key: Changes the character type when entering a character. <While setting functions. RECORD KEY LOCK CHARACTER MATH CHART END ALARM ESC/? 1 2 3 4 5 6 SHIFT RCD MENU DISP FUNC 1 MENU FEED CH UP Seven keys are available. Press this key while holding down the SHIFT key to switch the character type in reverse order. Hold this key down for 3 seconds also to exit from the data display setup screen. RECORD Illuminates while recording measured values. key. (when manual switching is specified) FEED key Feeds the chart paper. RCD key Starts/stops recording. or the ESC key.Function Introduction/Names of Parts Display and Key Panel Status display Displays the following information. 10 IM 04P01B01-02E . Press this key while holding down the SHIFT key to move the cursor to the left. Press this key while holding down the SHIFT key to switch the setup item or the value in reverse order. SHIFT Key: Used with the key. Also. UP/DOWN Key: Switches the setup item or the value. LEFT/RIGHT Key: Moves the cursor to the right when entering a value or character. ENTER Key: Confirms the setup item or value. FUNC key Used when executing manual printout. functions marked above the keys are enabled when setting functions or when the FUNC key or the DISP MENU key is pressed. CHARACTER ESC/? SHIFT RCD MENU DISP FUNC 1 MENU FEED CH UP <During normal operation> CH UP key Switches the displayed channel. etc.

measurement errors will result when using thermocouples. Insert the recorder from the front side of the panel (see the mounting diagram on the next page). or Corrosive Gases Are Present Soot. • Near Strong Magnetic Field Sources Do not bring magnets or instruments that produce electromagnetic fields close to the recorder. Follow the panel cut dimensions providing adequate space between instruments when other instruments are arranged on the panel. • Minimum Mechanical Vibrations Choose an installation location with the minimum mechanical vibration. and corrosive gases will adversely affect the recorder. let the recorder adjust to the new environment for at least one hour before using it.7 to 0. Installation Procedure The recorder should be mounted on a steel panel of thickness 2 mm to 26 mm. see the next page. or if the temperature changes rapidly. • Well-Ventilated Location To prevent overheating. • Where an Excessive Amount of Soot. • Instrument Panel The recorder is designed for panel mounting.Installing/Wiring the Recorder Installation Location Install the recorder indoors in a location that meets the following conditions. • Do not install the recorder in the following places. • Outdoors • In Direct Sunlight or Near Heat Sources Install the recorder in a place with small temperature fluctuations near room temperature (23°C). Mount the recorder to the panel using the mounting brackets that come with the package. attach the two mounting brackets and temporarily fasten the attachment screws. • Mount the recorder to the panel according to the procedure below. For the panel cut dimensions when arranging multiple recorders. Note • Condensation may occur if the recorder is moved to another place where both the ambient temperature and humidity are higher. 1. Placing the recorder in direct sunlight or near heat appliances can cause adverse effects on the internal circuitry.9 Nm. In this case. Installing the recorder in a location with large mechanical vibration not only causes adverse effects on the mechanism but also may hinder normal recording. The chart paper may be adversely affected by a rapid change in the ambient temperature and humidity. Operating the recorder in strong magnetic fields can cause errors in the measurements. Dust. 11 IM 04P01B01-02E . install the recorder in a well-ventilated location. • Use two brackets to support the top and bottom or the left and right sides of the case (remove the seal that is covering the holes for the mounting brackets beforehand). In addition. dust. 2. the recorder can be inclined up to 30 degrees backwards for panel mounting). Steam. Avoid such locations. steam. Moisture. • Horizontal Install the recorder horizontally (However. • First. • The proper torque for tightening the mounting screws is 0. moisture.

5 (5.89) L +2 0 Attach the mounting brackets to the top and bottom when mounting the recorders side-by-side horizontally or right and left when mounting the recorders side-by-side vertically.4 (Dimensions before attaching (0. (6. tolerance is ±3% (however.67) (1.5 (Dimensions after attaching (0.89) Units 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 n L (mm) 282 426 570 714 858 1002 1146 1290 1434 (144xn)-6 12 IM 04P01B01-02E . tolerance is ±0. tolerance is ±0. 3 units) 137 0 (5. Unit: mm (approx.66) 151. 7. press the mounting bracket against the case so that they are in contact with each other.96) 144 (5.39) 137 +2 0 (5. CAUTION Tightening the screws too much can deform the case or damage the bracket.3 mm when below 10 mm). Panel Mounting Diagram External Dimensions Mounting Screw temporarily Panel Mounting bracket Attachment screw Front In contact with each other Fix in place Panel Case Mounting bracket Torque driver (flat blade) Attachment screw (The figure shows the case when the mounting brackets are used on the top and bottom of the case. fix the recorder in place by tightening the attachment screws with the appropriate torque. inch) Unless otherwise specified. When the recorder is approximately perpendicular to the panel as you fasten the screws. (6.96) 136. max.5 (5.67) 151.01) Mounting panel thickness 2 to 26 9.39) +2 137 0 (5.30) the mounting bracket) Panel Cutout Single-Unit Mounting +2 Side-by-Side Mounting (horizontally) Side-by-Side Mounting (vertically.08) 27.39) 137 +2 0 (5.37) +2 0 Unit: mm (approx.3 mm when below 10 mm).Installing/Wiring the Recorder • Next.) 220 (8. 175 min. inch) Unless otherwise specified.37) the mounting bracket) 144 (5.5 (5.5 178 (7. tolerance is ±3% (however.39) L +2 0 175 min.

This can have adverse effects on the other instruments.Installing/Wiring the Recorder Input Signal Wiring WARNING • To prevent electric shock while wiring.0 mm2 • Length of the stripped section of the wire: Approx. 13 . • Shielded wires should be used to minimize noise caused by electrostatic induction. isolate the measurement circuit from the object. the following wire is recommended. RTD. • RTDs cannot be wired in parallel.14 mm2 to 1. • It is desirable that the object being measured does not generate noise. It is recommended that crimp-on lug with insulation sleeves (designed for 4-mm screws) be used when connecting the input/output signal wires to the terminals.14 mm2 to 1. Precautions to Be Taken While Wiring Take the following precautions when wring the input signal cables. • Do not use thick wires which may cause large heat dissipation (cross sectional area of 0. TC. this does not apply clamped terminals (/H2). • Always use the terminal cover. • Move the measurement circuit away from the power cable (power circuit) and ground circuit. • Maximum input voltage Voltage range less than or equal to 200 mVDC. However. Large temperature fluctuations can occur if a nearby fan turns ON or OFF. • Conductive cross-sectional area for single wire: 0. 5 mm Take measures to prevent noise from entering the measurement circuit. Crimp-on lug with insulation sleeves (for 4 mm screws) IM 04P01B01-02E For clamped terminals (/H2). ensure that the power supply source is turned OFF. equal intervals. • Make sure that the ambient temperature remains reasonably stable. In order to prevent tension from being applied directly on the terminals. then • Turn the burnout detection function OFF. ground the object being measured. Connecting the input wires in parallel with other devices can cause signal degradation. When using internal reference junction compensation on the thermocouple input. Connect the shield to the ground terminal of the recorder as necessary (make sure you are not grounding at two points). and DI: ±10 VDC Ranges other than those listed above: ±60 VDC • Maximum common-mode voltage ±60 VDC (under measurement category II conditions) • The recorder is an INSTALLATION CATEGORY II product. • Ground the instruments to the same point. if this is unavoidable.5 mm2 or less recommended). • Do not apply a voltage exceeding the following value to the input terminals as this may damage the recorder.5 mm2. • To minimize noise caused by electromagnetic induction. However. Also. CAUTION • If a strong tension is applied to the cable wired to the recorder. twist the measurement circuit wires at short. the terminals of the recorder and/or the cable can be damaged. take measures to stabilize the temperature at the input terminal. fasten all wiring cables to the rear of the mounting panel. stranded wire: 0. • Make sure to earth ground the protective ground terminal through minimum resistance (less than 100 Ω). If you need to make a parallel connection. affecting all connected devices. • Do not turn ON or OFF another instrument during operation.

and ON/OFF input b –/B +/A DC current input b –/B +/A Shunt resistor Example: For a 4 to 20 mA input. 1. Measuring input terminal block Terminal cover attachment screws Note Input signal wires of diameter less than or equal to 0. 1-5V input. a shunt resistor of 250 W ± 0. ON/OFF + – DC current Note RTD input terminals A and B on the dot model are isolated on each channel./wire. Pen Model b −/B +/A Channel 1 Channel 2 Channel 3 Channel 4 Channel 2 −/B b +/A +/A −/B Channel 1 b Channel 4 Clamped input terminal (/H2 option) Channel 3 Screw input terminal Dot Model b –/B +/A Channel 1 Channel 2 Channel 3 Channel 4 Channel 5 Channel 6 Screw input terminal Channel 2 –/B b +/A +/A –/B Channel 1 b Channel 4 Channel 6 Clamped input terminal (/H2 option) Channel 3 Channel 5 Measuring Input Wiring Thermocouple input b –/B +/A Leadwire resistance: 10 Ω max. Fold over the conducting section of the wire. to make sure that the wire is securely connected to the clamped terminal.1% can be used to convert to 1-5V input – + DC voltage. for 3 legs isolated RTDs (/N2 option). A label indicating the terminal arrangement is affixed to the cover. 1-5V. input b is also isolated for each channel.3 mm may not be secured firmly for clamped terminals (/H2). However. Replace the terminal cover and fasten it with screws. Terminal b is shorted internally across all channels. b B A Resistance temperature detector input b –/B +/A Extension leadwire DC voltage input.Installing/Wiring the Recorder Wiring Procedure A terminal cover is screwed in place on the measuring input terminal block on the rear panel. for example. 2.6 N-m. 3. The proper torque for tightening the screws is 0. The resistance of the three wires should be equal. Turn OFF the recorder and remove the terminal cover. 14 IM 04P01B01-02E . Connect the signal wires to the terminals.

use a shielded cable for the wiring of the remote control input terminals. use double-insulated wires (dielectric strength of 2300 VAC or more) for the signal wires on which a voltage of more than 30 VAC or 60 VDC is to be applied. /A2. 3. Furthermore. A terminal cover is Terminal cover attachment screws screwed in place on the measuring input terminal block.6 N-m. /A1 NO NO C C NC I01 NC I02 /A1/F1 NO NO C C NC I01 NC I02 /A1/R1 NO NO C C NC I01 NC I02 /A1/F1/R1 NO NO C C NC I01 NC I02 (/F1) NO NO C C NC CE NC FAIL 1 4 2 5 3 C (/F1) (/R1) NO NO 1 4 C C 2 5 NC CE NC FAIL 3 C (/R1) CE: Chart end IM 04P01B01-02E 15 . Wiring Procedure As shown in the figure below. attach the terminal cover after wiring and make sure not to touch the terminals. The optional terminal block is provided on the recorder when an option that requires input/output is installed such as the alarm output relay (/A1. use basic insulated wires (dielectric strength of 1390 VAC). • If a strong tension is applied to the cable wired to the recorder. CAUTION • To prevent fire. Note Turn OFF the recorder and remove the terminal cover. or /A3 option). To prevent electric shock. For all other wires. the optional terminal block is located on the rear panel. FAIL/chart end output (/F1 option). A label indicating the terminal arrangement is affixed to the terminal block. Optional terminal block 1. To reduce noise. In order to prevent tension from being applied directly on the terminals. The proper torque for tightening the screws is 0. Replace the terminal cover and fasten it with screws. use signal wires having a temperature rating of 70°C or more. the terminals of the recorder and/or the cable can be damaged. use ring-tongue crimp-on lugs with insulation sleeves on all terminals to prevent the wires from slipping out when the screws become loose. Connect the shield to the ground terminal of the recorder. ensure that the power supply source is turned OFF. 2. Connect the input signal wires to the terminals. and remote control function (/R1 option). • If a voltage of more than 30 VAC or 60 VDC is to be applied to the output terminals.Installing/Wiring the Recorder Optional Terminal Wiring WARNING • To prevent electric shock while wiring. fasten all wiring cables to the rear of the mounting panel.

leakage current of 0. NO (Normally Opened) Alarm output terminals 01 to 06 are expressed as I01 to I06 in the alarm output relay settings. 250 VDC/0. C (Common) Remote control input terminals 1 to 5 are expressed as numbers 1 to 5 in the remote control input settings.Installing/Wiring the Recorder /A2 NO NO NO NO C C C C NC I01 NC I02 NC I03 NC I04 /A2/F1 NO NO NO NO NO NO C C C C C C NC I01 NC I02 NC I03 NC I04 NC CE NC FAIL /A2/R1 NO NO NO NO C C C C NC I01 NC I02 NC I03 NC I04 /A2/F1/R1 NO NO NO NO NO NO 1 4 C C C C C C 2 5 NC I01 NC I02 NC I03 NC I04 NC CE NC FAIL 3 C (/F1) (/F1) 1 4 2 5 3 C (/R1) (/R1) /A3 NO NO NO NO NO NO C C C C C C NC I01 NC I02 NC I03 NC I04 NC I05 NC I06 /A3/R1 NO NO NO NO NO NO 1 4 C C C C C C 2 5 NC I01 NC I02 NC I03 NC I04 /F1 /R1 /F1/R1 NO NC I05 (/F1) NC I06 NO 3 C C C NC CE NC FAIL 1 4 2 5 3 C (/F1) (/R1) NO NO 1 4 C C 2 5 NC CE NC FAIL 3 C (/R1) (/R1) CE: Chart end Alarm Output Relay Terminals and FAIL/Chart End Output Relay Terminals NC (Normally Closed). C (Common).1 A (for resistor load) Dielectric strength: 1500 VAC at 50/60 Hz for one minute (between output terminals and the ground terminal) Relay Contact Input/Transistor Input Specifications • Voltage-free contact: Contact closed at 200 Ω or less and contact open at 100 kΩ or greater • Open collector: 0.25 mA or less when turned OFF Input format: Photocoupler isolation (shared common) Dielectric strength: 500 VDC for one minute between input terminals and the ground terminal 16 IM 04P01B01-02E .5 V or less (30 mADC) when turned ON. Alarm output FAIL/chart end output Relay contact output Remote control input Relay contact input (Voltage-free contact) 1 2 3 Transistor input (Open collector) 1 2 3 4 5 C 4 5 C NO C NC Relay Contact Output Specifications Output format: Relay contact Contact rating: 250 VAC (50/60 Hz)/3 A. Remote Control Input Terminals 1 to 5 (Remote control input terminals).

• Make sure to provide a power switch (double-pole type) on the power supply line in order to separate the recorder from the main power supply. When the power switch is turned ON. • Use crimp-on lugs (designed for 4 mm screws) for power and ground wiring termination. Use a fuse approved by CSA (for the use in North America) or VDE (for the use in Europe). and the recorder is ready for operation. 3. Wire the power cord and the protective ground cord to the power supply terminals. The power switch is a push button. dot model: 40 VA Note Do not use a supply voltage in the range 132 to 180 VAC. make sure to close the transparent cover for the power supply wires. ensure the main power supply is turned OFF. Wiring Procedure The power supply terminals and protective ground terminals are located on the rear panel. Put an indication on this switch as the breaker on the power supply line for the recorder and indications of ON and OFF. use 600 V PVC insulated wire (JISC3307) or an equivalent wire for power wiring.6 N-m. Switch specifications Rated power current: 1 A or more Rated rush current: 60 A or more Use a switch complied with IEC 60947-1. 3. Screw for fixing the power terminal cover in place Power terminal cover Open Power terminal block L N Crimp-on lug with insulation sleeves Power cord Turning ON/OFF the Power Switch The power switch is located inside the door at the Philips Protective ground lower right. IM 04P01B01-02E 17 . 2. Use a power supply that meets the following conditions: Item Rated supply voltage Allowable power supply voltage range Rated power supply frequency Allowable power supply frequency range Maximum power consumption Power Supply Specifications 100 to 240 VAC 90 to 132/180 to 264 VAC 50/60 Hz 50/60 Hz ± 2% Pen model: 40 VA. The proper torque for tightening the screws is 0. Use ring-tongue crimp-on lugs (designed for 4 mm screws). screwdriver cord Press once to turn it ON and press again to turn it OFF. as this may have adverse effects on the measurement accuracy. • Connect a fuse between 2 A and 15 A in the power supply line. • To prevent the possibility of fire. Close the power supply terminal cover and secure it with the screw. a self-diagnosis program runs for a few seconds.Installing/Wiring the Recorder Power Supply Wiring WARNING • To prevent electric shock when wiring. Turn OFF the power switch on the recorder and open the power terminal cover. 1. • Make sure to earth ground the protective earth terminal through a grounding resistance less than 100 Ω before turning ON the power. • Do not add a switch or fuse to the ground line. • To prevent electric shock.

Operation Mode This mode is used for normal recording operation. Measurement. The recorder enters this mode when the power is turned ON. unit. Power ON Display “End=Store” and press Operation mode Hold down 1 MENU Setting mode for 3 s Basic Setting mode Data display setup screen Hold down MENU for 3 s Hold down + for 3 s Operation Sequence This section explains the operations that need to be carried out when using the recorder for the first time. These settings can be changed while recording is in progress. Basic Setting mode This mode is used to set the basic specifications of the recorder such as the thermocouple burnout detection function and the alarm output relay operation. and alarm detection cannot be carried out in this mode. switch the display screen and change the displayed contents. Also. chart speed. • Preparing to Record Load the chart paper and pens (pen model) or ribbon cassette (dot model). see page 36. recording. Setting Mode This mode is used to set the input range.Common Operations and Menu Structure Execution Modes The recorder has three execution modes. For the operating procedure. and other parameters. However. This manual explains the following operations. and TLOG setting of computation channels cannot be changed while computation (/M1 option) is in progress. This mode cannot be entered while the recorder is recording or while computation is in progress on the computation function (/M1 option). the input range of measurement channels and the computing equation. For the operating procedure. alarms. see page 24. Change the date/time if necessary. • Setting the Channel Input Range and Other Parameters Set the measurement conditions suitable for the object being measured. 18 IM 04P01B01-02E . constant. • Setting the input range and alarm (see page 30 for the procedure) • Changing the chart speed (see page 37 for the procedure) • Recording/Displaying Data Start/Stop the recording operation and carry out various types of printouts.

In this manual. The section that is blinking in the setup item that you change. the setting is discarded. The Setting mode display appears. CHARACTER ESC/? SHIFT RCD MENU DISP FUNC 1 MENU FEED CH UP Exiting from Setting Mode (Returning to Operation Mode) Hold down the MENU key for 3 seconds. The recorder returns to operation mode. Basic=End Save Settings Press the ( DISP ) key to select Store and then press the ( CH UP ) key. and the screen returns to Operation mode. hold down both the ( DISP ) key and the ( FUNC ) key for 3 seconds. Press the ( DISP ) key to select End and then press the ( CH UP ) key. The top and bottom lines are the setup item and comment. Next. The setup save screen appears. If you select Abort and press the ( CH UP ) key. The Basic Setting mode display appears.Common Operations and Menu Structure Key Operation Entering Setting Mode Hold down the MENU key for 3 seconds. and the screen returns to Operation mode. Exiting from Basic Setting Mode (Returning to Operation Mode) Press the ESC ( 1 MENU ) key several times to return to the Basic= screen. respectively. The top and bottom lines are the setup item and comment. Setup item Comment Set=Range Input range The item to be controlled blinks. the panel keys are set to the functions marked above the keys. The setting is applied. Entering Basic Setting Mode Hold down the MENU key for 3 seconds to enter Setting mode. respectively. End=Store Save settings and IM 04P01B01-02E 19 . Setup item Comment Basic=Alarm Auxiliary alarm The item to be controlled blinks. and In Setting mode. The section that is blinking is the setup item that you change. the section that you change appears shaded.

000/ -2. Read the comment and change the items as necessary. Press the ( DISP ) key to increment the value.500 4 3 2 key Cursor SHIFT key + key When you press the displayed.000 2. After you make a selection.000/ key 8 7 6 -1. the changed item is applied. Press the SHIFT ( FEED ) + ( FUNC ) to move the cursor to the left. the changes you made up to that point are discarded. You repeat these steps to enter the value. When the Setting complete screen is displayed. The next screen appears. The selected item change each time you press the ( DISP ) key. Entering Values Press the ( FUNC ) key to move the cursor to the right. press the ( CH UP ) key. and the display returns to a higher level menu.000V Span_L= -2. SHIFT key + key Span_L= -2.Common Operations and Menu Structure Changing the Settings Note The comment line shows useful information such as a description of the setup item and the range of selectable values. the operation is cancelled. ( CH UP ) key. In other words. SHIFT key + Skip Volt Mode=TC RTD 1-5V key Possible choices key This manual denotes the operation of pressing a key while holding down the SHIFT ( FEED ) key as SHIFT + the other key (for example: SHIFT + key). Press the ESC ( 1 MENU ) key while holding down the SHIFT ( FEED ) key to show or hide the comment that is displayed at the bottom half of the screen. if you do not show the Setting complete screen. The selected item change in reverse order if you press the ( DISP ) while holding down the SHIFT ( FEED ) key. 01-01 Channel Setting complete Using the ESC Key If you press the ESC ( 1 MENU ) key. the change is applied and the next screen is 20 IM 04P01B01-02E . Press the SHIFT ( FEED ) + ( DISP ) key to decrement the value.

Press the ( DISP ) key to show Ins DISP and then press the ( DISP ) key. The character changes each time you press the ( DISP ) key. the operation is reversed as when the respective key is pressed by itself. A space for one character is inserted. Enter the character. p o n Unit=ppm CHR:a-z l k j key Unit=ppm CHR:a-z Character type SHIFT key + key You repeat these steps to enter the character. The character string is saved to the memory. and symbols. Press the CHARACTER ( MENU ) key to show Copy DISP and then press the ( DISP ) key. Press the CHARACTER ( MENU ) key to show Paste DISP and then press the ( DISP ) key. • Copying & Pasting a Character String Show the copy source character string. The character is deleted. • Deleting an Entire Character String Press the CHARACTER ( MENU ) key to show Clear DISP and then press the ( DISP ) key. The entire character string is deleted. Position to insert the character Unit=ppm CHR:Ins DISP Display Ins DISP • Deleting a Character Use the ( FUNC ) key to move the cursor to the character to be deleted. lowercase alphabet. numbers. IM 04P01B01-02E 21 . The character type changes in reverse order each time you press the SHIFT ( FEED ) + CHARACTER ( MENU ) key. or CHARACTER ( MENU ) key is pressed while holding down the SHIFT ( FEED ) key. SHIFT key + key Unit=ppm CHR:a-z key Cursor The character type changes each time you press the CHARACTER ( MENU ) key. Show the copy destination. the change is applied and the next screen is displayed. The character changes in reverse order each time you press the SHIFT ( FEED ) + ( DISP ) key. • Inserting a Character Press the ( FUNC ) key to move the cursor to the position where the character is to be inserted. When you press the ( CH UP ) key. The character type changes in the following order: uppercase alphabet. * When the ( FUNC ). Press the CHARACTER ( MENU ) key to show Del DISP and then press the key. Press the SHIFT ( FEED ) + FUNC ( ) to move the cursor to the left. ( DISP ) ( DISP ).Common Operations and Menu Structure Entering Characters Press the ( FUNC ) key to move the cursor to the right. The character string is pasted.

1) CH Volt TC RTD 1-5V Scale Delta DI SQRT Skip Range Range Range Span_L Type Ref. mm/h CH CH CH Chart 2 (section 6.Common Operations and Menu Structure Menu Structure of Setting Mode References to the µR10000 Recorder User’s Manual (IM 04P01B01-01E) are given in parentheses. Aux Mode CH CH CH CH Left Partial Trend Tag (Message) Right Expand Periodic Boundary : Use the : Use the key. Start day Span_L Start time Span_R End month End day End time Filter (section 6.2) Unit (section 5.Time Duration Light Start month Mode Unit K## Level Alarm Type Value Relay Relay_No.5) Hold down the MENU key for 3 seconds in Setting mode to return to Operation mode.1) Key operation Hold down the MENU key for 3 seconds in Operation mode to enter Setting mode.8) Expand Periodic Bound Print out (section 9.5) (Date/Time) Trend (section 6. (section 9.13) Math Formula (section 9. settings must be changed in Basic Setting mode.4) Partial (section 6. Zone (section 6.4) Clock (section 5.8) Message No.of samples Resp. Hold down both the and keys for 3 seconds in Setting mode to enter Basic Setting mode.7) Message (section 6.9) Moving_AVE (section 6. To display these items.3) Constant (section 9.6) Timer No. CH CH CH CH CH SUM scale Left Partial Trend Tag Duration Aux Right (section 9. Range (section 5.12) CH CH CH mm/h Bias Level Unit Bias Alarm Type Value Relay Relay_No.3) No. key.3) Chart (section 5.7) Partial are not displayed in the default condition. f.6) Tag (section 6. Print out (section 6.4) Alarm (section 9.9) Tag (section 9.2) Unit (section 9.11) Display DST CH CH No.11) 22 IM 04P01B01-02E .10) Alm delay T (section 9.2) Alm delay T (section 6.10) Brightness (section 6.CH Range Range Span_L Span_L Span_L Span_R Range Span_L Span_L Span_L Span_R Span_R Span_R Scale_L Span_L Span_R Span_R Span_R Scale_L Scale_R Low-cut Low-cut point Scale_R Span_R Low-cut Scale_L Scale_R Bias (section 6. CH CH Zone DST (section 6. Alarm (section 5.5) TLOG (section 9.

12) Partial (section 7.6) IM 04P01B01-02E 23 . Channel Pen CH CH Error Baud rate Host A IP address Remote (section 7. Alarm (section 7. keys for 3 seconds in Burnout (section 7.14) CH Mode Graph Over Data length Domain M Subnet mask Print 2 (section 9.18) Remote No.17) RS422/485 (Communication) Address Host Local IP DNS Login LoginSet Timeout K.7) Print 1 (section 7. key.Speed Alarm delay Time print (section 7.3) RJC (section 7.14) Bias Alarm SQRT low-cut Message 1-5V low-cut C. (Value) P S Suffix_P Suffix_S Suffix secondary Primary server Secondary server Suffix primary Register User Password Duration P_Adj End (section 4.4) Color (section 7.17) Mode Are you sure? (No.9) Keylock (section 7.Alive Parity Protocol Ethernet (Communication) G Gateway DNS Login Level Timeout Keep alive Pen No.Time Reset Print Color (section 9.Common Operations and Menu Structure Menu Structure of Basic Setting Mode References to the µR10000 Recorder User’s Manual (IM 04P01B01-01E) are given in parentheses.13) Output pen (section 9.8) Print 2 (section 7.10) Password (Free/Lock) Moving_AVE (section 7.16) Error data (section 9.20) Personalize (section 7.12) Math Mode Color Interval Ref.19) Temperature (section 7. : Use the : Use the key.15) Filter (section 7.) Timer No.8) Mode Graph SUM scale Bar graph (section 7.14) Date format (section 7.1) Diagnosis Reflash Indicator AND Increase Act Behavior Hysteresis M_Hysteresis Decrease A/D (section 7.13) Language (section 7.Time Alarm Interval Record On Mode Chart speed Scale Pen color Burnout RJC Volt Color Key operation Hold down both the and Setting mode to enter this mode. Timer (TLOG) (section 9.2) P_Adj End (sections 11.11) Moving_AVE Filter Partial Lang Type Temp Add function (section 7.2) Integrate CH CH Channel POC CH/Tag Periodic CH CH Keylock Channel Ref. 11.15) SUM scale Bar graph (section 9.6) Print (section 7.5.5) POC (section 7.16) RCD On Initialize (section 7.

Loading the Chart Paper 1. Stopper 3. Chart paper guide 24 IM 04P01B01-02E . Chart holder This sheet is provided on models with the chart end detection function (/F1 option). Gently lift the chart cassette and pull it out from the recorder case. Be sure to replace the chart paper ahead of time. This may damage the stopper. • Continuing to record or print without the chart paper on the dot model can cause damage to the chart cassette platen (the cylindrical section that holds the paper during the recording operation). Open the door.Preparing to Record Loading or Replacing the Chart Paper CAUTION • Do not install or remove the chart cassette with the chart paper guide open. The bottom section of the chart cassette comes out. If recording is in progress. Do not remove or bend this sheet. press the RCD key to stop the recording. Open the chart holder and the chart paper guide. Remove the chart cassette. 2. Gently pressing the left and right stoppers inward.

Make sure not to load the chart paper backwards. Z-fold chart paper Sprocket teeth 5. Stopper Feeding the Chart Paper 7. Align the left and right projections with the guide grooves of the recorder and press the entire chart cassette into the recorder case. Load the chart paper. Press the FEED key to assure that the chart moves two or more folds smoothly into the chart receiver. Make sure that the sprocket teeth of the chart drives are properly engaged in the chart paper perforations. 6. IM 04P01B01-02E 25 . Riffle the chart thoroughly before loading. If it moves unsteadily. Chart holder Chart paper guide The side with the long rectangular holes is the right side. do the installing procedure again.Preparing to Record 4. The chart cassette is fixed in place with the stoppers. Close the chart holder and close the chart paper guide. Replace the chart cassette back into the recorder.

Press the ( CH UP ) key. Open the door. Return the display and key panel section to its original position. pen 3 (blue). Press the Press the FUNC key. 3. You can open the display and key panel section by holding the tab at the lower left and pulling it toward you. 2. Return the display and key panel section to its original position. ( DISP ) key several times to display the Pen exchange screen. 5. 26 IM 04P01B01-02E . When the pen moves. and pen 4 (violet). * When the key or key is pressed while holding down the SHIFT key. Open the display and key panel section. a line is drawn on the chart paper. and the Pen exchange = End screen appears. pen 2 (green). press the RCD key to stop the recording. Display and key panel 5. 1. • Use pen caps of the same ink color. carry out the procedure below to move it near the center position. see “When the Pen (Pen Holder) Is at a Position That Is Not Easily Accessible” below. When the Pen (Pen Holder) Is at a Position That Is Not Easily Accessible If the pen (pen holder) is at a position that is not easily accessible. • Do not move the penholder left or right by force to protect the driving mechanism. • Make sure to remove the pen cap before installation.Preparing to Record Installing/Replacing Felt Pens (Pen Model) CAUTION • Do not press or pinch the felt tip to prevent deformation. and press the ( CH UP ) key. Remove the cap from the new felt pen and insert the pen firmly into the pen holder. exchange Func=Pen 3. Note 4. If recording is in progress. The screen returns to the data display screen. If the pen (pen holder) is at a position that is not easily accessible. 4. 2. 1. Hold the felt pen cartridge and pull it out from the pen holder. Replace the pen. the operation is reversed as when the respective key is pressed by itself. and the ink may change its color. From the top: pen 1 (red). The pen (pen holder) moves near the center position. the remaining ink in the cap may be absorbed through the pen tip. If a pen cap of a different ink color is used on the pen.

press the Press the Press the Func=R. Hold the plotter pen cartridge and pull it out from the pen holder. the operation is reversed as when the respective key is pressed by itself. ( DISP ) key several times to display R. 5. exchange 4. • Do not apply upward force to the printer carriage. and the recorder may not print correctly. FUNC RCD key to stop the recording.exchange.Preparing to Record Installing/Replacing the Plotter Pen (Pen Model) 1. press the RCD key to stop the recording. You can open the display and key panel section by holding the tab at the lower left and pulling it toward you. the carriage position may be offset. Installing/Replacing the Ribbon Cassette (Dot Model) CAUTION • Improper cassette insertion may cause the color to change or damage the ribbon. 4. and R. Return the display and key panel section to its original position. 3. The printer carriage moves near the center position. 5. Printer carriage * When the key or key is pressed while holding down the SHIFT key. IM 04P01B01-02E 27 . key. 1. 2. 3. hold the printer carrige and move it near the center position. Note If the recorder is OFF. Open the display and key panel section. Open the door. If recording is in progress. Open the display and key panel section. exchange = End is displayed. 2. Press the ( CH UP ) key. If you do. If recording is in progress. Open the door. Remove the cap from the new plotter pen and insert the pen firmly into the pen holder.

insert the right-hand part and then the left-hand part into the cassette holder. 28 IM 04P01B01-02E . Pull the left-hand part of the ribbon cassette so that the cassette holder tab disengages. and press the ( CH UP ) key. Turn the ribbon feeding knob in the direction of the arrow a half turn or more to check that the ribbon is feeding properly. and pull the ribbon cassette out from the recorder case. turn the ribbon feeding knob in the direction of the arrow to align the ribbon feeding shaft of the cassette with the ribbon feeding shaft of the holder. Check that the cassette is properly engaged with the cassette holder tab. Holder tab Ribbon cassette 7. The screen returns to the data display screen. Cassette holder Hole for the ribbon feed shaft Holder tab Ribbon feeding knob 8. Remove the ribbon cassette. Return the display and key panel section to its original position. If inserting the ribbon cassette is difficult. 9. Install a new ribbon cassette.Preparing to Record 6. First. If the ribbon is loose. turn the knob in the direction of the arrow to tighten it.

Set the date and time and press the 04/01/17 10:39:47 key. press the key to select Summer (DST) or Winter (standard time). IM 04P01B01-02E 29 . Hold down the MENU key for 3 seconds to enter Setting mode. Setting the Date/Time 1. Year/Month/Day Hour:Minute:Second Example: Changing from January to May in the figure below Press the press the key three times to move the cursor to the month position. Set=Clock 3. Explanation The date format can be changed by date format type of basic setting mode. Press the key to show Clock and then press the key. 2. press the ESC/? key. Clock Setting complete MENU 5. When the Setting complete screen appears. DST=Summer 4. Then press the key. the operation is reversed as when the respective key is pressed by itself.Preparing to Record Checking or Setting the Date/Time Checking the Date/Time The date/time is shown on the display when the DISP key is pressed several times.02 or earlier. whichever the set time belongs to. * When the key or key is pressed while holding down the SHIFT key. key four times to change the value from 1 to 5. Next. Hold down the key for 3 seconds to return to Operation mode. After change 04/05/17 10:39:47 Before change 04/01/17 10:39:47 On recorders with the version 1.

3.K. Selecting the Channel 2. Press the key to select K and then press the key.E.T. set the last channel to 02 and then press the key.0°C. * When the key or key is pressed while holding down the SHIFT key.B.0˚C Displays the measurable range of thermocouple type K. and the leftmost and rightmost values of the recording span are called span left and span right. Press the key to select the value.J. The measurable range for thermocouple type K is –200. Span_L= -200.0°C. 4. Setting Span Left 7. Set Span_L to –50. Range=K R. Likewise.N Displays the thermocouple type. Hold down the MENU key for 3 seconds to enter Setting mode. 6.0 and press the key.0°C (Span left) 450.Setting the Input Range and Alarm on Measurement Channels Setting the Input Range Setup Example (1) of Thermocouple Input Set channel 02 to thermocouple type K and measure temperatures in the range –50.S.0/ -50.0 to 1370. Set=Range Input range and Displays a description of the setup item. Press the key to set the first channel to 02 and then press the key. the operation is reversed as when the respective key is pressed by itself. Press the key with Range shown on the screen. −200.0°C (Span right) Chart paper 100 mm Entering Setting Mode 1. respectively. Selecting the Input Type 5.0 1370. This recording range is called a recording span. 30 IM 04P01B01-02E . Press the key to select the desired digit.0 to 450. First channel Last channel CH=02-02 First channel 01- Displays the selectable range of channels.0 to 450. The measured values in the range of –50.0°C are recorded in a width of 100 mm on the chart paper. Press the key to select TC and then press the Mode=TC Thermocouple key (see “Explanation”).0°C −50.0°C Measurable range of thermocouple type K 1370.

The measured values in the range of 0. When this screen is displayed. press the ESC key. Hold down the MENU key for 3 seconds to enter Setting mode. do either of the following: Press the key to set other channels. 4. Set=Range Input range and Displays a description of the setup item. Press the key with Range shown on the screen. Selecting the Channel 2.000 500. Finishing the Settings 9. 02-02 Channel Setting complete 10.Setting the Input Range and Alarm on Measurement Channels Setting Span Right 8. The scaling range is –20000 to 30000. Hold down the MENU key for 3 seconds to return to Operation mode. Setup Example (2) of 1-5V Input and unit Set channel 03 to 1 to 5V standard signal input and 0.0 to 500. Likewise. Press the key to set the first channel to 03 and then press the key.0% scale.0/ 450. set the last channel to 03 and then press the key. When Setting complete screen is displayed.0˚C key.0 and press the Span_R= -200. 3. IM 04P01B01-02E 31 .0 to 500.0% (Span right) (Scale right) Chart paper 100 mm Entering Setting Mode 1.0 1370.0% (Span left) (Scale left) 5. * When the key or key is pressed while holding down the SHIFT key. 1V 1-5V standard signal 5V 1.0% are recorded in a width of 100 mm on the chart paper. First channel Last channel CH=03-03 First channel 01- Displays the selectable range of channels. Likewise. the operation is reversed as when the respective key is pressed by itself. set Span_R to 450. To finish setting the input range. The Setting complete screen is displayed. the settings entered up to then are applied.000 0.

0/ 0. 03-03 Channel Setting complete Set=Range Input range and Setting the Unit 11. or CHARACTER key is pressed while holding down the SHIFT key.0 and press the key. Likewise. Displays the scaling range. Likewise. key. Setting Scaling Left 8. Likewise.000 1. 13.000 5. Set Scale_L to 0. Scale_L= -2000. Press the key to select the desired digit. Press the key to set the first channel to 03 and then press the key. Press the key to select 1-5V and then press the “Explanation”).800/ 5. The Set=Range screen is displayed.000 and press the Span_R= 4. Displays the range of Span_R. Span_L= 0.0 and press the Scale_R= -2000. Press the key to select Unit and then press the unit key (see “Explanation”). The Setting complete screen is displayed.Setting the Input Range and Alarm on Measurement Channels Selecting the Input Type 5. set the last channel to 03 and then press the Selecting the Unit key. Use the CHARACTER key and key (see “Explanation”).0/ 500.0 key. set Span_R to 5.0 3000. 14. Set=Unit Engineering Displays the description of setting item.000 and press the key. 12. Unit: CHR:%- key to set unit character and then press the * When the key.200V key.800/ 1. Press the key to select the value. 32 IM 04P01B01-02E . press the ESC key. Press the key to select the desired digit.0 3000. First channel Last channel CH=03-03 First channel 01- Displays the selectable range of channels. Press the key to select the value.0 Displays the scaling range. the operation is reversed as when the respective key is pressed by itself. Setting Span Right 7. set Scale_R to 500. the settings entered up to then are applied. Set Span_L to 1. When this screen is displayed. When Setting complete screen is displayed. Setting Scaling Right 9. Finishing the Settings 10. Mode=1-5V Scales and record key (see Setting Span Left 6.200V Displays the range of Span_L.

).0°C −200. #.0°C 0. and space IM 04P01B01-02E 33 . Measurement is not performed.0°C 0. @. The input values are scaled to values in the appropriate unit to be used as measured values.00 to 50.00 to 20. +.0°C 0.000 V −20.0°C −200.0 to 400.0 to 600. Mode TC RTD Volt DI 1-5V Delta Description Thermocouple Resistance temperature detector DC voltage ON/OFF input 1-5VDC: 1-5V is scaled to values in the appropriate unit to be used as measured values.0 to 200.0 to 2315.00 mV −200. The value obtained by subtracting the measured value of another channel (called the reference channel) from the input value of the channel set to delta computation is used as the measured value of that channel.0 to 1370. °. Hold down the Explanation MENU key for 3 seconds to return to Operation mode.000 V −6. *. Also.0 to 400.000 to 6.0 to 2400. 03-03 Channel Setting complete 16.0 to 1300. the alarm setting becomes invaild. and used as the measured value of the channel. When you change the range. the low-cut function (input less than a given measured value is fixed to 0) can be used. . /.0 to 1760.0 mV −2.00 to 60. µ.0°C −200. press the ESC key.0 to 800.0 to 1760. numbers.0°C 0. In step 5 of setup examples (1) and (2). –.0 to 900.0°C 0. you can select an input type or a computation type on the table below.0°C DC voltage (Mode: Volt) Range Type 20mV 60mV 200mV 2V 6V 20V 50V Measurable Range −20. 3. Scale SQRT Skip • Input Type and Measurable Range Thermocouple (Mode: TC) Range Type R S B K E J T N W L U WRe Measurable Range 0.00 V −50.0°C RTD (Mode: RTD) Range Type PT(Pt100) JPT(JPt100) Measurable Range −200.Setting the Input Range and Alarm on Measurement Channels Finishing the Unit Setting 15. (. When Setting complete screen is displayed.0°C −200.00 to 20.0°C −200.000 to 2. the result is scaled to a value in the appropriate unit. check the alarm setting. Ω. Note If the range is changed after setting the alarm.0 to 550. ). 2. The available characters are as follows: Alphabet.0°C −200.00 mV −60. symbols (%.00 V ON/OFF input (Mode: DI) Range Type Level Cont Measurable Range 0 to 1 0 to 1 Characters That Can Be Used for Units A unit is set using up to six characters.0 to 1820. The square root of the input value is calculated.0°C −200.0 to 1100.

Press the key to select the desired digit.0˚C Displays the measurable range of the input range specified on the channel. Entering Setting Mode 1. 34 IM 04P01B01-02E . Set=Alarm Alarm setting Displays a description of the setup item. Displays possible choices. Press the key to select 1 and then press the key.Setting the Input Range and Alarm on Measurement Channels Setting the Alarm Setup Example Set a high limit alarm at 400. press the Relay=Off On/Off key with Off selected. press the key. Value= -200. Press the key to set the first channel to 02 and then press the key. Level=1 1-4 Displays the selectable range. Setting the Relay Output 9. Likewise. the operation is reversed as when the respective key is pressed by itself. When this screen is displayed. Displays possible choices. Press the key to select On and then press the On: Enables the alarm of the selected alarm level. 4. Since the relay output is not used. set the last channel to 02 and then press the key. 6. The letter “H” represents the high limit alarm (see “Explanation”). Press the key with Alarm shown on the screen. Each alarm is distinguished by its level: alarm level 1 to 4. * When the key or key is pressed while holding down the SHIFT key. Type=H High limit alarm Displays a description of the selected type. the settings entered up to then are applied.0°C on channel 02. Up to four alarms can be set on a single channel. Set the alarm value to 400. The relay output (option) is not available.0 by carrying out the key operations below.0/ 1. Alarm=On On/Off key. Press the key to select H and then press the key. 8. The Setting complete screen is displayed. Setting the Alarm Condition 5. alarm level 1 is used.000 1370. Hold down the MENU key for 3 seconds to enter Setting mode. 7. Press the key to select the value. First channel Last channel CH=01-01 First channel 01- Displays the selectable range of channels. In this example. 3. When all digits have been set. Selecting the Channel 2.

Low Limit Alarm: An alarm occurs when the input value falls below the alarm value. Type H L h l R Description High Limit Alarm: An alarm occurs when the input value exceeds the alarm value. ** Setting change in Basic Setting mode is necessary. press the ESC key. Low Limit on Rate-of-Change Alarm**: The rate-of-change of the measured values is checked over a certain time (interval). r T t * Can be specified on channels set to delta computation. An alarm occurs if the rate-of-change of the measured value in the rising direction is greater than or equal to the specified value. do either of the following: Press the key to set other alarms. To finish setting the alarm. In step 7. you can select an alarm type on the table below. Delay Low Limit Alarm***: An alarm occurs when the measured value remains below the alarm value for a specified time period (alarm delay period). Difference Low Limit Alarm*: An alarm occurs when the difference in the input values of two channels is less than or equal to the specified value. Delay High Limit Alarm***: An alarm occurs when the measured value remains above the alarm value for a specified time period (alarm delay period). Difference High Limit Alarm*: An alarm occurs when the difference in the input values of two channels is greater than or equal to the specified value. IM 04P01B01-02E 35 . *** You can select T or t when the alarm delay function is enabled in Basic Setting mode. 02-02 CH/level 1 Setting complete 11. An alarm occurs if the rate-of-change of the measured value in the falling direction is greater than or equal to the specified value. When Setting complete screen is displayed. High Limit on Rate-of-Change Alarm**: The rate-of-change of the measured values is checked over a certain time (interval).Setting the Input Range and Alarm on Measurement Channels Finishing the Settings 10. Hold down the Explanation MENU key for 3 seconds to return to Operation mode.

The status display shows the word “RECORD. The word “RECORD” on the status display clears.” Recording Example (Pen Model) Recording Example (Dot Model) The recording examples may appear differently from the actual recording as a result of functional improvements made on the recorder after this manual was written. Feeding the Chart Paper The chart paper is fed while the FEED key is held down.Recording/Displaying Data Starting the Recording Press the RCD key to start recording. 36 IM 04P01B01-02E . press the RCD key to stop recording. Stopping the Recording While recording is in progress.

The recorded chart paper can be pulled out for viewing. enter a vale to set the chart speed The chart speed can be set in the range of 1 to 1500 mm/h in 1 mm steps. Press the key to select the desired digit. 3. the new chart speed is applied. (Display example on the dot model) On the pen model. Press the key to show Chart and then press the key. Hold down the MENU key for 3 seconds to enter Setting mode. Hold down the MENU key for 3 seconds to return to Operation mode. IM 04P01B01-02E 37 .Recording/Displaying Data Changing the Chart Speed 1. When the Setting complete screen appears. Current chart speed. Set the chart speed and press the mm/h= 20 1/1500mm/h key. 10 36 80 200 450 960 2160 4800 12 40 90 225 480 1000 2250 5400 15 45 96 240 500 1080 2400 6000 16 48 100 250 540 1200 2700 7200 18 50 120 270 600 1350 2880 8000 20 54 125 300 675 1440 3000 9000 Chart speed on the pen model (unit: mm/h) On the dot model. 2. Viewing the Recorded Results Pull the front cover tab of the chart cassette to open the front cover. Press the key to select the value. Recorded chart paper can be pulled out. Displays the range that can be specified. Front cover tab * When the key or key is pressed while holding down the SHIFT key. 4. Set=Chart Chart speed Displays a description of the setup item. press the 5 24 60 135 320 720 1500 3600 10800 6 25 64 150 360 750 1600 4000 12000 8 30 72 160 375 800 1800 4320 9 32 75 180 400 900 2000 4500 key to select the chart speed. Chart speed Setting complete Press the ESC key to change the chart speed again. the operation is reversed as when the respective key is pressed by itself.

995V 6 L −0.04 13:50 Time tick 1 218.0 mg/cm3 Buffer overflow mark Alarm printout 1H3*10:09 1H3 10:05 Message printout 09:52*START#205 ABCDEF Recording start printout 08:00 25mm/h Printout Description Figure (Dot Model) Manual printout Nov.6µS/cm 3 H 598.09.4˚C 4 d −0.7mg/cm3 2 390.222V 6 L −0.2µS/cm 4 −0.6˚C 5 −0.09.Recording/Displaying Data Description of the Printout Contents Printout Description Figure (Pen Model) Manual printout Nov.665V 2 437.04 15:00 1 223.222V 5 −0.5mg/cm3 3 H 591.4˚C 4 d −0.222V 0.222V New chart speed printout 50mm/h 14:55 Periodic printout Time tick cancel mark Nov.448V 0.6µS/cm 3 H 598.09.448V New chart speed printout Periodic printout _50mm/h 14:55 Nov.6˚C 2 4 437.04 16:00 1 223.09.0 mg/cm3 Buffer overflow mark Alarm printout 1H3*10:09 1H3 10:05 Message printout 09:52*START#205 ABCDEF Recording start printout Channel printout Time tick _08:00 25mm/h 38 IM 04P01B01-02E .2µS/cm −0.5mg/cm3 3 H 591.04! 13:50* Pen offset compensation mark 1 218.0 1CH Alarm RED Delta computation 50mm/h_ Time tick Recording color Scale 500.7mg/cm3 2 390.0 1CH Delta computation 50mm/h_ Alarm Time tick Scale 500.

1H2*10:00 Time of alarm occurrence/release Indicates that there are alarms that are H: High limit alarm not printed because the alarm printout L: Low limit alarm buffer is full. The time ticks are marks that indicate the positions of the date/time on the chart paper. • Manual Printout Prints the current measured values and alarm statuses of all channels by operating the keys. and the chart speed are printed. the recording start printout is disabled. the time. Each message can be set using up to 16 characters. or tag : Alarm occurrence. • Periodic Printout Measured values and other items are printed at the preset interval. Messages are cleared from the buffer memory when they are printed. the time tick (dot model). and the new chart speed are printed. The font is different from the actual printout. By factory default. Alarm Printout Alarm information is printed when an alarm occurs or releases. time tick. On the pen model. • New Chart Speed Printout When the chart speed is changed. the date/time of change. h: Difference high limit alarm Level number Alarm type Channel No. and the chart speed can be printed. Alarms are cleared from the buffer memory when they are printed. if a time tick is not printed at the correct position. A buffer overflow mark is printed when there are messages that cannot be printed because the buffer is full. For details on the printout contents. An asterisk (*) shows there are messages that cannot be printed. the time tick (dot model). • Printout Interval The printout interval can be set by specifying the value or set automatically in sync with the chart speed. If message printout is executed while another message is being printed. IM 04P01B01-02E 39 . measured value and channel status for each channel. the most recent message is temporarily stored to the buffer memory in a printout-wait condition. • Printout Contents The date/time. • Channel Printout (Dot Model) Prints the channel No. see appendix 1 in the µR10000 Recorder User’s Manual (IM 04P01B01-01E) on the CD-ROM. The printout positions are also slightly different. • Recording Start Printout When recording is started. A buffer overflow mark is printed when there are alarms that cannot be printed because the buffer is full. L: Difference low limit alarm R: High limit on rate-of-change alarm r: Low limit on rate-of-change alarm T: Delay high limit alarm t: Delay low limit alarm : Alarm release Alarms that occur while an alarm printout is in progress are temporarily saved to the buffer memory in a printout-wait condition. • Message Printout An arbitrary character string from five character strings set in advance can be printed on the chart paper. An asterisk (*) shows there are messages that cannot be printed. Pen offset compensation mark is printed when the function to compensate the pen offset along the time axis is enabled. a time tick cancel mark (!) is printed. or tag by the trend recording. the channel scale (the leftmost and rightmost values of the span).Recording/Displaying Data The printout description figures are for explaining the printout contents.

2 s. The switching interval can be set to 1 s. 40 IM 04P01B01-02E . the displayed channel is automatically switched in ascending order. 4 s. Display Example (1-channel digital + bar graph display) Channel No. Below is a display example.31. • Switching the Displayed Channel Using Keys If auto switching is not specified.) Scale Display Example (Alarm Status Display) Symbol indicating an alarm Measurement channel Computation channel Channel on which an alarm is occurring Channel on which an alarm is not occurring Channel on which an alarm is not set Display Example (Date/Time and Chart Speed Display) The date format can be specified. All channels are displayed in order. the channel switches each time the CH UP key is pressed in ascending order. 3 s. Screen 01 through 15 are switched in order. Date Aug. Display Example (Flag Display) Flag (the number indicates the channel No. Screens that are set to “Skip” are skipped. or 5 s.2005 12000 11:26:37 mm/h Time Chart speed Display Example (Status Display) Alarm status Chart paper is out (/F1 option).Recording/Displaying Data Switching the Display Screen The screen switches each time the DISP key is pressed. Alarm status Measured value Unit Bar graph Alarm point mark Scale • Channel Auto Switching On screens that show the measured values and computed values.

inputs.Recording/Displaying Data Changing the Displayed Information Different display types can be registered to screens 01 to 15. IM 04P01B01-02E 41 . and manual. Select the 1-channel key. Interval=Auto2s 5.0PQRSTU 2-channel digital display + 2-channel bar graph display 1H3000. Selecting the Display Type 3.02 Setting complete Press the key to register display types to other screens. the new setting is applied. optional functions. 1-channel digital display (Tag display) 2-channel digital display (Tag display) abcdefg Tag 1-channel digital display + 1-channel bar graph display (Tag display) H-1999.9 999. 2 s. version number. Display Types Display types listed below are available besides the types on previous page. 1. Hold the 1 MENU key down for 3 seconds to exit from the data display setup screen.9 (Pen model) 2-channel digital display 1H-1999. Press the key to select screen number 02 and then press the Screen No.0 mV 4. 3 s. the operation is reversed as when the respective key is pressed by itself. When the Setting complete screen appears.0 1H3000. Manual: Switch the displayed channel manually.9ABCDEF DI/DO status display Remote control inputs Alarm output relays 999.0 1-channel digital display+ 4-channel bar graph display (Pen model) 1H-1999. Displays number of measurement No display. Interval: key to set the channel switching interval and then press the Sets the channel switching interval. As an example. 5 s. Hold the 1 MENU key for 3 seconds to show the data display setup screen. digital display and then press the 1 200. Auto1s. Press the key. etc. 1-channel digital display 1H3000. Screen No. A section of the display blinks to indicate that this is a data display setup screen. A sample screen of the display type appears.9 999. Select the interval from 1 s.9 999. The display switches each time the key is pressed. Auto3s. Displays the current display type name. Auto2s.=02 key.0 2L-999. the procedure of assigning 1-channel digital display to screen 02 is explained below.9 4-channel bar graph display 6-channel bar graph display (Dot model) System display 100mm Dot Model Analog:6 Switches the displayed contents every Lights off 3 seconds.0 4H3000. Selecting the Screen Number 2.0ABC 6-channel digital display (Dot model) 999.9 999.0 3H3000.9ABCDEF 1-channel digital display + 4-channel bar graph display (Tag display) (Pen model) Multiple display (Different screens can be assigned to top and bottom sections) * When the key or key is pressed while holding down the SHIFT key. 4 s.9 4-channel digital display 1H3000. Auto4s. Auto5s: Switches the displayed channel at the specified time interval.9ABCDEF 2L 2000.

the alarm is printed after the recording resumes. key.12) Math (section 9.10) Alarm Message Keylock (section 3. Prints message 1.10) Message 1 Message 2 Message 3 Message 4 Message 5 Buffer clear (sections 3. 3. Press the FUNC key. Prints message 3. key. Starting the Manual Printout 1.13) Periodic (section 3. exchange = End key. Press the key with ManualStart shown on the screen. The FUNC= screen appears. 42 IM 04P01B01-02E . Manual printout starts. If an alarm occurs during the manual printout. Executes manual printout (printout of measured values). Moves the printer carriage near the center position when replacing the ribbon cassette on the dot model. Prints message 5.) is specified in periodic printout and restarts the calculation of the report data from that point. References to the µR10000 Recorder User’s Manual (IM 04P01B01-01E) provided on the CD-ROM are given in parentheses. Executes setting (Basic Setting mode) printout. This is displayed when the settings are changed to use the alarm ACK operation. Starts/stops the comuputation. When manual printout is complete.4) Password Reset Pen exchange = End R. Resets the computed value when printing of the report data (average. * When the key or key is pressed while holding down the SHIFT key. FUNC key : Use the : Use the Alarm ACK (section 3.8) ManualStart/Manual Stop List Start/List Stop Setup Start/Setup Stop Message (section 3. Printing Measured Values (Manual Printout) The measured values of all channels are printed. 3.3) R.Recording/Displaying Data FUNC Key Operations in Operation Mode The operations below can be carried out with the FUNC key in Operation mode. Prints message 4.11) Pen exchange (section 3. exchange (section 3.9. This is displayed on models with the computation function (/M1 option). trend recording is suspended. Alarm output release operation. However. the recorder continues the measurement and alarm detection (in the background). Moves the recording pen to a position that is easily accessible for replacement on the pen model.1) Start/Stop Reset Print out (sections 3. Resets the comuputation.7. Clears the data waiting to be printed in the message printout buffer. 2. It is used to activate or release the key lock. This is displayed when the settings are changed to use the key lock function. The screen returns to the data display screen. the operation is reversed as when the respective key is pressed by itself. Executes the setting (Setting mode) printout. Print=ManualStart Note • • • When manual printout is executed. etc. Press the key to select Print out and then press the Func=Print out 3. Prints message 2. Clears the data waiting to be printed in the alarm printout buffer. trend recording resumes.

Press the key to select Print out and then press the key. There are two sets of settings that can be printed: List and Setup.) Setup: Prints the settings of Basic Setting mode Printout example of List on the pen model Note • • • • The printout takes several minutes to tens of minutes to complete. The screen returns to the data display screen. Press the key to show List Stop and then press the key. However. Print=List Start Aborting the List Printout 1. The screen returns to the data display screen. Press the key with Manual Stop shown on the screen. 2. Manual printout stops.Recording/Displaying Data Aborting the Manual Printout 1. Starting the List Printout 1. the operation is reversed as when the respective key is pressed by itself. trend recording resumes. Press the FUNC key. Press the FUNC key. 2. When printout is executed. Press the FUNC key. the recorder continues the measurement and alarm detection (in the background). the alarm is printed after the recording resumes. Press the key to show List Start and then press the key. * When the key or key is pressed while holding down the SHIFT key. Print=Manual Stop Printing the Recorder Settings This section explains the procedure for printing the recorder settings. List: Prints the settings of Setting mode (input range for each channel. trend recording is suspended. 2. The List printout starts. Press the key to select Print out and then press the Func=Print out key. When printout is complete. Print=List Stop Starting/Stopping the Setup Printout Setup printout can be started/stopped in a similar fashion to List printout. etc. select Setup Start and Setup Stop. The screen returns to the data display screen. 3. 3. If an alarm occurs during the printout. 3. For Setup printout. IM 04P01B01-02E 43 . Press the key to select Print out and then press the key. The List printout stops.

Press the Press the FUNC key. The screen returns to the data display screen. Press the key to select Message and then press the key. key to select Message and then press the key. messages waiting to be printed are temporarily stored in the buffer memory. The data in the alarm printout buffer is cleared. respectively. Press the key to select the message number and then press the key. This operation clears all of the alarm information in the buffer. 3. 1. • Message printouts are not performed when the chart speed is greater than or equal to 1600 mm/h and 101 mm/h on the pen model and dot model. For details on setting the character strings. regardless of whether trend recording is in progress or not. The data in the message printout buffer is cleared. However. “Setting the Message String” in the µR10000 Recorder User’s Manual (IM 04P01B01-01E) on the CD-ROM. Note • Messages can be printed only during trend recording.clear=Message * When the key or key is pressed while holding down the SHIFT key. Press the FUNC key.8. key to select Buffer clear and then press the clear key. Press the Press the FUNC key. Press the key with Alarm shown on the screen.Recording/Displaying Data Clearing the Alarm Printout Buffer Alarm information waiting to be printed is temporarily stored in the buffer memory. 2. Func=Buffer 3.clear=Alarm Printing a Message This section explains the procedure for printing the preset character strings. The screen returns to the data display screen. see section 6. 2. Printing a Message 1. Buf. Func=Message 3. This operation clears the messages in the buffer. 1. This function can be used to prevent unneeded alarm printouts from being executed. Press the key to select Buffer clear and then press the key. Buf. The message printout starts. The screen returns to the data display screen. 44 IM 04P01B01-02E . 2. the operation is reversed as when the respective key is pressed by itself. Message=Message1 Displays the preset message. Clearing the Message Printout Buffer Messages waiting to be printed are temporarily stored in the buffer memory.

IM 04P01B01-02E 45 . Press the key to select the desired digit. The screen returns to the data display screen. Enter the password for releasing the key lock. Password= 4. For details on setting the key lock function. the operation is reversed as when the respective key is pressed by itself. or /A3 option) when the alarm indication or output relay is set to hold operation. 2. Press the key with Alarm ACK shown on the screen.3. “Setting the Key Lock Function” in the µR10000 Recorder User’s Manual (IM 04P01B0101E) on the CD-ROM.10. The screen returns to the data display screen. 1. 2. The key lock is released. Func=Alarm ACK Description Alarm ACK Operation and the Actions of the Alarm Output Relay/Alarm Display Alarm ACK Alarm ACK Alarm ACK Alarm or Alarm output relay Blinking Alarm indication OFF or Blinking or ON OFF Activating/Releasing the Key Lock When the recorder is configured to use the key lock function. Press the FUNC key. 3. Press the key to select Keylock and then press the key. The screen returns to the data display screen. this operation activates or releases the key lock. Press the key. 2. /A2. Press the key to select the value. * When the key or key is pressed while holding down the SHIFT key. For details on the hold operation. Press the FUNC key. Activating the Key Lock 1. 1. see section 1.Recording/Displaying Data Releasing the Alarm Output (Alarm ACK Operation) This operation releases the alarm indication or relay output (/A1. Press the key to select Keylock and then press the key. “Alarms” in the µR10000 Recorder User’s Manual (IM 04P01B01-01E) on the CD-ROM. The alarm indication or relay output is released. The key lock is activated. The password values are shown with asterisks. see section 7. Releasing the Key Lock Note A password is required to release the key lock. Press the FUNC key.

... Unit > CH Unit > Unit Chart Clock Aux > Trend Aux > Zone > CH Aux > Zone > Left./Last-Mon 0:00 to 23:00 Apr/May/Jun/Jul/Aug/Sep/Oct/Nov/Dec/Jan/Feb/Mar 1st-Sun/. Right *Aux > Partial > CH *Aux > Partial > Partial *Aux > Partial > Expand *Aux > Partial > Boundary Aux > Print out > CH Aux > Print out > Trend Aux > Print out > Periodic Aux > Tag > CH Aux > Tag > Tag Aux > Message > Message No. 2 to 16 01 to 06 2s/5s/10s 01 to 06 0 to 3600s 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8 1/2/3/4 Not/Use Apr/May/Jun/Jul/Aug/Sep/Oct/Nov/Dec/Jan/Feb/Mar 1st-Sun/.Setup Items and Default Values Setup Items in Setting Mode and Their Default Values The items with an asterisk are not displayed in the default condition. Setup Item Range > CH Range > Mode Range > Mode > Range Pen/Dot Selectable Range or Selections 01 to 06 Volt/TC/RTD/1-5V/Scale /Delta/DI/SQRT/Skip 20mV/60mV/200mV/2V/6V/20V/50V/1-5V /R/S/B/K/E/J/T/N/W/L/U/WRe/Pt/JPt/Level/Cont /(Selections for /N1 and /N3 options) 01 to 06 On/Off ±10 % of the span of the measurable range or the scaling span 01 to 06 1/2/3/4 On/Off H/L/h/l/R/r (*/T/t) Depends on the alarm type. To display these items./Last-Mon 0:00 to 23:00 46 IM 04P01B01-02E . of samples *Aux > Filter > CH *Aux > Filter > Resp. On/Off I01 to I06 01 to 06 6 characters or less Default Value 01 Volt 2V *Bias > CH *Bias > Bias *Bias > Bias Alarm > CH Alarm > Level Alarm > Alarm Alarm > Type Alarm > Value Alarm > Relay Alarm > Relay No.. Time *Aux > Alm delay T > CH *Aux > Alm delay T > Duration Aux > Brightness > Display Aux > Brightness > Light Aux > DST Aux > DST > Start month Aux > DST > Start day Aux > DST > Start time Aux > DST > End month Aux > DST > End day Aux > DST > End time - 01 Off 01 1 Off H Off I01 01 Blank 20 mm/h 20 mm/h Auto 01 Left: 0. Right: 100 01 Off 50 01 On On 01 1 to 6 1 Blank 20 mm/h 20 mm/h 01 Off 01 Off 01 10s 4 2 Not Apr 1st-Sun 0:00 Apr Last-Mon 0:00 Pen Model 82 types (pen model) Dot Model 1 to 1500 mm/h (dot model) Dot Model Dot Model Pen Model Dot Model Dot Model Dot Model Pen Model Pen Model Date/Time Auto/Fix 01 to 06 Within the recording span range (mm) 01 to 06 On/Off 1 to 99% Within the recording span range 01 to 06 On/Off On/Off 01 to 06 7 characters or less 1 to 5 16 characters or less 82 types (pen model) 1 to 1500 mm/h (dot model) 01 to 06 Off. Aux > Message > (Message) Aux > Chart2 *Aux > Moving_AVE > CH *Aux > Moving_AVE > No. settings must be changed in Basic Setting mode.

Math > Unit > CH Math > Unit > Unit Math > Constant > No.1% to 1.Setup Items and Default Values Computation function (/M1 option) Setup Item Math > Formula > CH Math > Formula > Mode Math > Formula > f. 05: Brown.5% Off Auto 01 Off 01 Internal 0 µV 01: Purple. Math > TLOG > CH Math > TLOG > Timer No. /day 0A/0B/0C/0D/0E/0F/0G/0J/0K/0M/0N/0P Within the recording span range (mm) 0A/0B/0C/0D/0E/0F/0G/0J/0K/0M/0N/0P On/Off 1 to 99% Within the recording span range 0A/0B/0C/0D/0E/0F/0G/0J/0K/0M/0N/0P On/Off On/Off 0A/0B/0C/0D/0E/0F/0G/0J/0K/0M/0N/0P 7 characters or less 0A/0B/0C/0D/0E/0F/0G/0J/0K/0M/0N/0P 0 to 3600s Default Value 0A Off 01 0A Blank K01 0A 1 Off H Off 101 0A Periodic Off 0A Left: 0. /min. 03: Green.1% to 1.0% Off/0.0% Auto/50Hz/60Hz/100ms 01 to 06 Off/Up/Down 01 to 06 Internal/External –20000 to 20000 µV 01 to 06 Purple/Red/Green/Blue/Brown/Black Default Value Off Off None Energize Nonhold Nonhold 01 01 0. Right: 100 0A Off 50 0A On On 0A A to P 0A 10s Setup Items in Basic Setting Mode and Their Default Values Setup Item Alarm > Diagnosis Alarm > Reflash Alarm > AND Alarm > Act Alarm > Behavior Alarm > Indicator Alarm > Increase Alarm > Decrease Alarm > Hysteresis Alarm > M_Hysteresis A/D > Integrate Burnout > CH Burnout > Burnout RJC > CH RJC > RJC RJC > RJC > Volt Color > Channel Color > Color POC > POC Print > CH/Tag Print > Channel Print > Alarm Print > Record On Print > Chart speed Print > Scale Print > Pen color IM 04P01B01-02E Pen/Dot Dot Model Dot Model Selectable Range or Selections On/Off On/Off None/I01/I01-I02/I01-I03/I01-I04/I01-I05 /I01-I06 Energize/De_energize Nonhold/Hold Nonhold/Hold 01 to 15 01 to 15 Off/0. Right *Math > Aux > Partial > CH *Math > Aux > Partial > Partial *Math > Aux > Partial > Expand *Math > Aux > Partial > Bound Math > Aux > Print out > CH Math > Aux > Print out > Trend Math > Aux > Print out > Periodic Math > Aux > Tag > CH Math > Aux > Tag > Tag *Math > Aux > Alm delay T > CH *Math > Aux > Alm delay T > Duration Pen/Dot Dot Model Selectable Range or Selections 0A/0B/0C/0D/0E/0F/0G/0J/0K/0M/0N/0P On/Off 120 characters or less 0A/0B/0C/0D/0E/0F/0G/0J/0K/0M/0N/0P 6 characters or less K01 to K30 0A/0B/0C/0D/0E/0F/0G/0J/0K/0M/0N/0P 1/2/3/4 On/Off H/L (*/T/t) −9999999 to 99999999 excluding the decimal On/Off I01 to I06 0A/0B/0C/0D/0E/0F/0G/0J/0K/0M/0N/0P Periodic/1/2 Off. Math > Alarm > CH Math > Alarm > Level Math > Alarm > Alarm Math > Alarm > Type Math > Alarm > Value Math > Alarm > Relay Math > Alarm > Relay No. Math > TLOG > SUM scale Math > Aux > Zone > CH Math > Aux > Zone > Left. 02: Red. /s. /h. 04: Blue. 06: Black Off CH On On1 Off On On On Pen Model On/Off Dot Model Pen Model CH/Tag On/Off On1/On2/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off 47 .

M/D H:M. exchange Moving_AVE > Moving_AVE Filter > Filter Partial > Partial Language > Lang Date format > Type Temperature > Temp Pen/Dot Pen Model Dot Model Dot Model Selectable Range or Selections Auto/Manual Hour 0 to 23 (1 hour steps) 10min/15min/20min/30min/1h/2h/3h/4h /6h/8h/12h/24h Inst/Report/Off 01 to 06 AVE/MIX/SUM/MIN/MAX/INST Off.M.Y C Not Use Not Not HH:MM HH:MM HH:MM HH:MM Pen Model Not/Use Personalize > Add function > Bias Personalize > Add function > SQRT low-cut Personalize > Add function > 1-5V low-cut Personalize > Add function > Alarm delay Personalize > Time print > Alarm Personalize > Time print > Message Personalize > Time print > RCD On Personalize > Time print > C.Speed - Setting initialization Initialize > Mode Initialize > Mode > Are you sure? Remote control function (/R1 option) Remote > Remote No.D. None HH:MM. 1/2/3/4/5 Record On Off /Chart speed/Time adjust/ Math start stop/Math reset/Manual print/ Alarm ACK/Message1/Message2/Message3/ Message4/Message5/None 1 Record On/Off Setup+Set/Set No/Yes Setup+Set No 48 IM 04P01B01-02E . YMD H:M:S. HH:MM:SS. YMD H:M:S Default Value Auto 00:00 1h Inst 01 AVE Off 01 Normal Not Blank Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Not Not Not English M. HH:MM:SS. /s.Setup Items and Default Values Setup Item Print1 > Periodic Print1 > Ref. > No. M/D H:M:S. HH:MM:SS.Y M.Y C/F Not/Use Not/Use Not/Use Not/Use HH:MM. /h. Remote > Remote No. /min. Time Print1 > Interval Print1 > Mode Print2 > CH Print2 > Mode Print2 > SUM scale Bar graph > CH Bar graph > Graph Keylock > Keylock Keylock > Password Keylock > RCD Keylock > Feed Keylock > Menu Keylock > Disp Menu Keylock > Alarm ACK Keylock > Math Keylock > Print out Keylock > Message Keylock > Buffer clear Keylock > Periodic Keylock > Pen exchange Keylock > R. M/D H:M:S. M/D H:M. HH:MM:SS. YMD H:M:S HH:MM. M/D H:M:S. YMD H:M:S HH:MM.D. /day 01 to 06 Normal/Center Not/Use Numbers and spaces within 4 digits Free/Lock Free/Lock Free/Lock Free/Lock Free/Lock Free/Lock Free/Lock Free/Lock Free/Lock Free/Lock Free/Lock Free/Lock Not/Use Not/Use English/Japanese Y/M/D M/D/Y D/M/Y D. M/D H:M:S. M/D H:M. M/D H:M.

0.0.Setup Items and Default Values Computation function (/M1 option) Setup Item Math > Timer (TLOG) > Timer No. /day 0A/0B/0C/0D/0E/0F/0G/0J/0K/0M/0N/0P Normal/Center +Over/–Over Skip/Limit RS-422A/485 communication interface function (/C3 option).0. Setup Item RS-422/485 > Address RS-422/485 > Baud rate RS-422/485 > Data length RS-422/485 > parity RS-422/485 > Protocol Pen/Dot Selectable Range or Selections 1 to 32 1200/2400/4800/9600/19200/38400 7/8 Odd/Even/None NORMAL/MODBUS Default Value 1 9600 8 Even NORMAL Ethernet communication interface function (/C7 option) Setup Item Ethernet > Host > Host Ethernet > Host > Domain Ethernet > Local IP > A Ethernet > Local IP > M Ethernet > Local IP > G Ethernet > DNS > DNS Ethernet > DNS > P Ethernet > DNS > S Ethernet > DNS > Suffix_P Ethernet > DNS > Suffix_S Ethernet > Login > Login Ethernet > LoginSet > Level Ethernet > LoginSet > Register Ethernet > LoginSet > User Pen/Dot Selectable Range or Selections 64 characters or less 64 characters or less IP address IP address (Subnet mask) IP address (Default gateway) On/Off IP address (Primary DNS sever) IP address (Secondary DNS sever) Primary domain suffix Secondary domain suffix Use/Not Admin/User1 to User6 On/Off 16 characters or less Default Value Blank Blank 0. 3pen: 03. 4pen: 04.0.0.0.0.0. Channel: 01 to 04/0A to 0J 0A/0B/0C/0D/0E/0F/0G/0J/0K/0M/0N/0P AVE/MIX/SUM/MIN/MAX/INST Off.0 0.0 Blank Blank Not Admin Admin and User1 are On Admin: admin User1 to 6: user1 to user6 Administrator: 0 User1 to 6: 1 to 6 Off 1 min On Ethernet > LoginSet > Password Ethernet > Timeout > Timeout Ethernet > Timeout > Duration Ethernet > K. Math > Timer (TLOG) > Mode Math > Timer (TLOG) > Interval (Relative) Math > Timer (TLOG) > Interval (Absolute) Math > Timer (TLOG) > Ref.0.0 0.0.0 Off 0. 0A AVE Off 0A Normal +Over Skip Math > Output pen > Pen←CH Math > Print2 > CH Math > Print2 > Mode Math > Print2 > SUM scale Math > Bar graph > CH Math > Bar graph > Graph Math > Error data > Error Math > Error data > Over Pen Model Pen: 1 to 4. Time Math > Timer (TLOG) > Reset Math > Timer (TLOG) > Print Math > Color > Channel Math > Color > Color Pen/Dot Dot Model Dot Model Selectable Range or Selections 1/2 Off/Relative/Absolute 10 min to 24 h (1 min steps) 10min/12min/15min/20min/30min/1h/2h/3h /4h/6h/8h/12h/24h Hour 0 to 23 (1 hour steps) On/Off On/Off 0A/0B/0C/0D/0E/0F/0G/0J/0K/0M/0N/0P Purple/Red/Green/Blue/Brown/Black Default Value 1 Absolute 01:00 1h 00:00 On On 0A Purple: 0A/0G Red: 0B/0J Green: 0C/0K Blue: 0D/0M Brown: 0E/0N Black: 0F/0P 1pen: 01. /s. Alive > Keep alive - 4 characters or less On/Off 1 to 120 min On/Off IM 04P01B01-02E 49 . /h. /min. 2pen: 02.0 0.

Store Setup Item End > End Pen/Dot Selectable Range or Selections Store/Abort Default Value Store Pen/Dot Selectable Range or Selections Default Value Hysteresis Zero 1 Dot Model Hysteresis/Zero/Full Pen Model Zero/Full Pen Model 1/2/3/4 50 IM 04P01B01-02E .Setup Items and Default Values Adjustment Setup Item P_Adj > P_Adj P_Adj > Pen No.

B9565AW B9901AX B8800CA B9962EJ B9901EK B9963CJ B9963CF B9963CL B9962EJ B8801BX B8801BW B9962EJ B9901HL B9901HM B9901HN B8800CR Note When used at 20 mm/h * The half life of the brightness at the factory default brightness setting. The table below shows the recommended replacement period for expendable parts. Consider these facts for determining the actual replacement period. Note The replacement period of the display and the internal light LED is the half life of the brightness. The replacement period shown here applies when the recorder is used under standard operating conditions. Contact your nearest YOKOGAWA dealer when such replacement is necessary. Replacement of parts other than the chart paper. consider the actual conditions of use. IM 04P01B01-02E 51 .000 characters 5 years* 5 years 5 years 5 years 5 years 5 years 2 years* PEN ASSY DISPLAY ASSY MOTOR ASSY CARRIAGE ASSY MOTOR ASSY BEARING SERVO ASSY LED ASSY When printing continuously For pens 1 to 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 to 4 1 * The half life of the brightness at the factory default brightness setting. The deterioration of brightness varies depending on the condition of use. and internal light LED will be carried out by a YOKOGAWA engineer or an engineer certified by YOKOGAWA. For the actual replacement period. Replacement Period 33 days 3 months 5 years* 5 years 3 years 3 years 5 years 5 years 5 years 5 years 5 years 5 years 2 years* Quantity Used 1 1 1 1 For the carriage For the carriage 1 2 1 1 1 1 each 1 1 each 1 Dot Model Item Z-fold chart paper Ribbon cassette Display Chart paper feed motor Lever Pulley Carriage motor Carriage Ribbon shift motor Ribbon shift gear Ribbon feed motor Ribbon feed gear Internal light LED Part Name CHART RIBBON CASSETTE DISPLAY ASSY MOTOR ASSY LEVER ASSY PULLY MOTOR ASSY CARRIAGE ASSY MOTOR ASSY GEAR MOTOR ASSY GEAR LED ASSY Part No. ribbon cassette.Recommended Replacement Periods for Worn Parts To preserve the reliability of the recorder and to use the recorder in good condition for an extended time. and its determination is subjective. pen. B9565AW B9902AM B9902AN B9902AP B9902AQ B9902AR B8800CA B9962EJ B8800DJ B8800DT B9900RP B8800FG B8800CR For the X-axis For the plotter Shared by all pens (excludes the pen arm ASSY) Note When used at 20 mm/h Red Green Blue Violet Quantity Used 1 Felt pen 2 km PEN ASSY At a pen speed of 10 cm/s 1 each Plotter pen Display Chart paper feed motor Plotter carriage Plotter motor Lever bearing Pen servo Internal light LED 100. it is recommended that periodic replacements be made on parts. Pen Model Item Z-fold chart paper Replacement Period 33 days Part Name CHART Part No.

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