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Digital Temperature Monitor

GMT6-C

Installation and Operation Manual


Revision 00 of 2008-03-26

MGEN08231

GMT6-C

Rev. 00 of 2008/03/28

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Safety Information
To guarantee the safety of the operators, the correct installation and proper operation of the
equipment, the following precautions must be taken:

Installation and maintenance services should be performed only by qualified personnel, using
appropriate equipment;

The product instruction manual and specific product documentation must always be consulted
before proceeding with its installation, handling and parameter setting;

Adequate precautions should be taken to avoid drops, knocks and/or risks to the operators and
the equipment;

Do not touch the input and output connectors since high voltages may be present even after
the power has been switched off and keep them isolated from the rest of the principal
command circuit of the panel.

Always disconnect the main power supply and wait for the machine to come to a complete
stop, before touching any electrical component associated with the equipment including
the control connectors. Do not open the cover without taking due precautions, because
high voltages can be present even after the supply has been disconnected.

The equipments electronic boards can have components that are sensitive to electrostatic
discharges. Do not directly touch components or connections. If this is absolutely
necessary, then first touch the grounded metal body or use the proper ground bracelet.

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Storage Information
Should it be necessary to store the equipment, as well as any of its parts, i.e., electronic boards, panels,
electronic components, spare parts, etc..., for a short period of time prior to their installation and/or
placing them in operating condition, the following precautions should be observed:

The equipment and its parts must be kept in their original packaging or in packaging which
provides the same safety conditions concerning physical damage, high temperatures and
humidity, to prevent oxidation of the contacts and metal parts, damage to integrated circuits or
any other damage due to improper storing;

The properly packaged equipment must be stored in a dry, well ventilated place away from direct
sunlight, rain, wind and other adverse weather conditions, to guarantee the preservation of its
functional characteristics;

The non-observance of the above recommendations, could exempt the company


supplying the equipment from any responsibility referring to the resulting damages as
well as the loss of warranty of the equipment or of the damaged part.

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Index
1 Introduction......................................................................................................................6
2 Parameter Guide and References.......................................................................................6
3 Identification Label............................................................................................................7
4 Technical Characteristics....................................................................................................7
5 Identification....................................................................................................................8
6 General Description .........................................................................................................8
7 Connections....................................................................................................................10
8 Installation Recomendations............................................................................................10
9 Programming..................................................................................................................11
10 Calibration....................................................................................................................14
11 Messages......................................................................................................................14
12 Communication.............................................................................................................15
13 Dimensions...................................................................................................................17
13.1 GMT6-C Dimensions (mm)..........................................................................................17
13.2 GCS Dimensions (mm)................................................................................................17

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1 INTRODUCTION
The GMT6-C is a digital temperature monitor that allows visualization, monitoring and
simultaneous protection of six temperature channels, using RS485 communication. Used for protection of
machines, transformers and industrial processes.
Uses GCS converters to transform the voltage signals of the temperature transducers into current
signals, reducing noise and interference when measuring.

2 PARAMETER GUIDE AND REFERENCES


Parameter

Address
(hexa)

LA1
LP1
LA2
LP2
LA3
LP3
LA4
LP4
LA5
LP5
LA6
LP6
TVM
TRA
TRP
ED
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
G6
O1
O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
Flags

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
40
41
42
43
44
45
30
31
32
33
34
35
4E
4F
50
51
52
53
36

M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
M6
AL
PT

46
47
48
49
4A
4B
4C
4D

Description

Value
Range

Writing Parameters
Channel 1 Alarm Limit
0 250 C
Channel 1 Protection Limit
0 250C
Channel 2 Alarm Limit
0 250 C
Channel 2 Protection Limit
0 250C
Channel 3 Alarm Limit
0 250 C
Channel 3 Protection Limit
0 250C
Channel 4 Alarm Limit
0 250 C
Channel 4 Protection Limit
0 250C
Channel 5 Alarm Limit
0 250 C
Channel 5 Protection Limit
0 250C
Channel 6 Alarm Limit
0 250 C
Channel 6 Protection Limit
0 250C
Maximum Variation Rate
1 - 250C
Alarm Relay Time
0 10 s
Protection Relay Time
0 10 s
Device Address
0 250
Channel 1 Temperature Range 0 250 C
Channel 2 Temperature Range 0 250 C
Channel 3 Temperature Range 0 250 C
Channel 4 Temperature Range 0 250 C
Channel 5 Temperature Range 0 250 C
Channel 6 Temperature Range 0 250 C
Channel 1 gain
0 250 C
Channel 2 gain
0 250 C
Channel 3 gain
0 250 C
Channel 4 gain
0 250 C
Channel 5 gain
0 250 C
Channel 6 gain
0 250 C
Channel 1 offset
0 250 C
Channel 2 offset
0 250 C
Channel 3 offset
0 250 C
Channel 4 offset
0 250 C
Channel 5 offset
0 250 C
Channel 6 offset
0 250 C
Flags
Table 1
Reading Parameters
Channel 1 Maximum
0 250 C
Channel 2 Maximum
0 250 C
Channel 3 Maximum
0 250 C
Channel 4 Maximum
0 250 C
Channel 5 Maximum
0 250 C
Channel 6 Maximum
0 250 C
Alarm Ocurrences
See table 2
Protection Ocurrences
See table 2

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Factory
Adjustment

120
150
120
150
120
150
120
150
120
150
120
150
250
0
0
2
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
125
125
125
125
125
125
-

User
Adjustment

Reference
Page

11
11
11
11
11
11
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
14
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
14
14
14
14
14
14
16

11
11
11
11
11
11
16
16

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3 IDENTIFICATION LABEL

Figure 1 - Identification label


Power supply voltage: Indicates the equipment power supply. Generally supplied with 24Vdc or 125Vdc,
according to the equipment model.
Output: Indicates the quantity and the output type of the equipment. For example, two outputs to relay
with normally open and normally closed contacts.
Power: Indicates the power consumed by the equipment when in operation.
Sensor type: Indicates the sensor type that is compatible with the equipment (Pt100, Copper10, and
others).
Program version: Indicates the equipment software version.

4 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Input for 6 PT100 sensors with simultaneous visualization

Cable resistance compensation

Alarms with independent configuration for each panel

Two limits for each channel (alarm and/or protection)

Relays with Normally Open and Normally Closed contact: 10 A

High luminosity Alphanumeric Liquid Crystal Display

Sampling frequency: 1 s

It stores the maximum values reached

Temperature range: 1- 250 C

Accuracy: 1 % F.E.

Resolution: 1 C

Consumption: 10 W

Dimensions : 98 x 98 x 135 mm

Approximate weight : 750 g

Operating temperature: +5 ~ +45C

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5 IDENTIFICATION
The equipment must be plugged in to th proper power supply according to the specified voltage stated in
the identification label, with the following ranges:
Power supply:

24V (10 Vdc 35 Vdc / 10 Vac 24 Vac)

125V (90 Vdc 350 Vdc / 70 Vac 245 Vac)

NOTE: See the connection diagram on item 07.

6 GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Figure 2 - Programming Interface


UP key this key has two functions:

Advance one screen;

Increase in 1 (one) the programmed limit, when the cursor is blinking.

DOWN key - this key has two functions:

Return one screen;

Decrease in 1 (one) the programmed limit, when the cursor is blinking.

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ENTER key this key has four functions:

When pressd while on the main screen, it turns off the indication LEDs and disables the
relays.

When pressed while on the screen that contains the maximum values, it resets the maximum
values reached.

When pressed while on the screen that contains the limits, it allows the alteration of the
parameter using the UP and DOWN keys ( the cursor will be blinking)

When pressed while the cursor is blinking, it saves the value of the limit.

It signals communication. When the GMT6c is communicating with another unit this signal will be
blinking.

When blinking it signals that the microprocessor is working properly. This signal must be always
blinking. If it is not, the quipment is not working correctly.

It signals alarms and protections:

When blinking it signals an alarm, that is, the temperature of the corresponcing channel has
surpassed the first limit.

When lit constantly, it signals a protection, that is, the temperature of the channel has
surpassed the second limit.

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7 CONNECTIONS
PT100

GMT6-C
Channel 1 to 6

1 2 3 4 5 67 8

9 10 11 12

GCSPT100

Copper10
Communication Relay 1

Relay 2

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

1 2 34 5 67 8
To Ground

B NF NA C

NF NA C

GCS
Power supply

+
-

Copper10

Figure 3 - Connection Diagram

8 INSTALLATION RECOMENDATIONS

Use armored cables between the GMT6-C connectors (channel 1 to 6) and the GCSPT100;

Preferably supply the GMT6-C using a power supply bus bar different from the one used to
supply the panel contactors.

The GSPT100 must be as close as possible to the temperature sensor used.

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9 PROGRAMMING
Screen 1 In this screen, the 6 measured temperatures are shown. By pressing the ENTER key in this
screen, the alarms and protections ocurred will be reset.

100
---

10
25

error
50

Figure 4 - Measured temperature values


Screen 2 Shows the maximum values reached by channels 1, 2 and 3. By pressing the ENTER key in
this screen, the alarms and protections ocurred will be reset.

Max1
100

Max2
10

Max3
error

Figure 5 - Maximum reached values


Screen 3 Shows the maximum values reached by channel 4, 5 and 6. By pressing the ENTER key in
this screen, the alarms and protections ocurred will be reset.

Max4
---

Max5
25

Max6
50

Figure 6 - Maximum reached values


From Screen 4 to 9 the alarm limits (Relay1) and protection limits (Relay2) for each channel are shown.
These limits can be modified by pressing the enter key while in these screens. The cursor will blink on the
first limit, which can be altered by pressing the up or down keys until reaching the desired value. You can
then press "enter" to save it. The cursor will then blink on the second limit, which can be altered using the
previous procedure.
Screen 4 Shows alarm and protection limits for channel 1.

Relay1

OFF

<1>

Relay2

150

Figure 7 - Alarm and protection limit values

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Screen 5 Shows the alarm and protection limits of channel 2.

Relay1

<2>

120

Relay2

150

Figure 8 - Alarm and protection limit values


Screen 6 Shows the alarm and protection limits of channel 3.

Relay1

<3>

120

Relay2

150

Figure 9 - Alarm and protection limit values


Screen 7 Shows the alarm and protection limits of channel 4.

Relay1

<4>

120

Relay2

150

Figure 10 - Alarm and protection limit values


Screen 8 Shows the alarm and protection limits of channel 1.

Relay1

<5>

Off

Relay2

150

Figure 11 - Alarm and protection limit values


Screen 9 Shows the alarm and protection limits of channel 1.

Relay1

Off

<6>

Relay2

150

Figure 12 - Alarm and protection limit values

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Screen 10 - Shows the maximum temperature variation rate. This parameter shows the maximum
temperature variation rate that the GMT6c can accept. If the temperature varies faster than the
programmed value, the variation will be limited to that value. This parameter is to filter noise in noisy
environments. Great care must be taken when programming this paramenter,because if set two low it can
cause the protection to ocurr too late. It is recommended that this parameter is set to 250 initially and
only modified if noise problems arise

Max Variation
250C/s
Figure 13 - Maximum temperature variation rate
Screen 11 Shows the time for the relay actuation after the temperature surpasses the configured limit.

<1>
00s

Time

<2>
10s

Figure 14 - Relays actuation time


Screen 12 Shows the device address for communication.

Address
02
Figure 15 - Device address
Screen 13 Shows the temperature range from channel 1 to 3.

<T1> <T2> <T3>


200 250 200
Figure 16 - Temperature Range
Screen 14 Shows the temperature range from channel 4 to 6 .

<T4> <T5> <T6>


200 250 200
Figure 17 - Temperature Range

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Screen 15 Gain to calibrate the temperature readings from channel 1 to 3

<G1> <G2> <G3>


100
100
100
Figure 18 - Temperature Gain
Screen 16 Gain to calibrate the temperature readings from channel 4 to 6

<G4> <G5> <G6>


100
100
100
Figure 19 - Temperature Gain
Screen 17 Offset to calibrate the temperature readings from channel 1 to 3

<O1> <O2> <O3>


50
50
50
Figure 20 - Temperature Offset
Screen 18 Offset to calibrate the temperature readings from channel 4 to 6

<O4> <O5> <O6>


50
50
50
Figure 21 - Temperature Offset

10 CALIBRATION

For a fine adjustment of the measured temperatures, turn on the GMT6-C while pressing the up and
down keys together. Two other screens with the gains of each input will appear. These gains can be
adjusted to obtain a more accurate measurement.

11 MESSAGES

When the measured temperature is higher than 250, the display will show the message error. Even
then, if the limit of the each input is different from OFF, the alarm will actuate normally.
If there is no PT100 connected to the GMT6-C input or if the measured temperature is lower than 1, it will
show: ---.
For safety reasons, the alarms of the inputs that are not connected must be turned off.

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12 COMMUNICATION

The GMT6-C communicates via Modbus RTU communication plus functions 3 and 6, which are
described below. The parameter addresses are described on tables 1 and 3.
Communication parameters:
Baud Rate: 9600 bps
Word Length: 8 bit
Parity: NONE
Stop Bit: 1

Function 3

Function 3 is used to read one or more equipment parameters.


Example: to read channel 1 temperature, the computer must read position 40 (hexadecimal) of
the GMT6-C. Let's suppose that the GMT6-C address is 01:
Transmit:
Module Address:

01

Function:

03

High initial address:

00

Low initial address:

40

Data number High:

00

Data number Low:

01

Check-sum Low:

XX \

Check-sum High:

XX /

CRC

Wait until the module responds:


Module address:

01

Function:

03

Number of data bytes:

00

Data 40 High:

00

Data 40 Low:

A0

Check-sum Low:

XX \

Check-sum High:

XX /

CRC

Function 6

Function 6 is used to write in a parameter on the equipment.


Example: To change alarm limit of the channel 1, the computer must write at the 20 position
(hexadecimal) of the GMT6-C. For example, let's suppose that the GMT6-C address is 01:

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Transmit:
Module Address:

01

Function:

06

High initial address:

00

Low initial address:

20

Data number High:

00

Data number Low:

A0

Check-sum Low:

XX

\ CRC

Check-sum High:

XX

Wait until the module responds:


Module Address:

01

Function:

06

High initial address:

00

Low initial address:

20

Data number High:

00

Data number Low:

A0

Check-sum Low:

XX \ CRC

Check-sum High:

XX /

At the communication address that refers to the flags, the table below must be followed to
compose the control command.
BIT

Value

Indication

Alarms reset

Channel 1 maximum reset

Channel 2 maximum reset

Channel 3 maximum reset

Channel 4 maximum reset

Channel 5 maximum reset

Channel 6 maximum reset

7-15

X(doesn't matter)

Reserved

Table 1 - Flags
At the communication address that refers to Alarm/Protection, the following table must be
observed to compose the control command.
BIT

Value

Alarm/Protection

Channel 1

Channel 2

Channel 3

Channel 4

Channel 5

Channel 6

7 - 15

X (doesn't matter)

Reserved

Table 2 - Alarms or Protections


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13 DIMENSIONS
13.1 GMT6-C DIMENSIONS (MM)

Figure 22 - GMT6-C Dimensions


NOTE: Cut required for equipment installation is 91x91mm.

13.2 GCS DIMENSIONS (MM)

Figure 23 - GCS Dimensions

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