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0105/UM-39301C-U

USER MANUAL
ATEQ EP2P
Version 1.21
In accordance with

directives

This document is the exclusive property of ATEQ.


It cannot be communicated, reproduced, or used without prior permission.

REVISION OF THE EP2P


USER MANUAL version 1.21

Edition/Revision
First edition

Reference
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DECLARATION OF

CONFORMITY 00

We the undersigned, ATEQ, manufacturers of the ATEQ EP2P REF : 393.01 declare that it
complies with the requirements of :
- LOW VOLTAGE Directive 93/68/CEE regarding :

standard EN 61 010-1 Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement,


control and laboratory use ,
- Directive CEM 89/336/CEE partially modified by Directive CEM 92/31/CEE regarding :
standard EN 50 081-2 Industrial environment emission generic standard ,
standard EN 50 082-2 Industrial environment immunity generic standard ,
standard EN 61 000-4-2 Test for immunity to electrostatic discharges ,
standard EN 61 000-4-3 Test for immunity to electromagnetic fields radiated at radio
frequencies ,
standard EN 61000-4-4 Test for immunity to bursts of rapid electrical transients,
standard EN 61000-4-6 Immunity to conducted disturbances induced by radiofrequency
fields ,
standard EN 61000-4-11 Test for immunity relating to voltage dips, interruptions and
variations in voltage .
This enables ATEQ to guarantee that this instrument may be used in complete safety under
the following environmental conditions :
indoor use,
altitude up to 3000 metres,
ambient operating temperature from 5C to 45 C,
100 % maximum relative humidity without condensation,
fluctuation in the supply network voltage not exceeding 15 % of nominal voltage
temporary overvoltages in accordance with INSTALLATION CATEGORY II as in standard
CEI 664,
degree of pollution 2 as in CEI 664 (only non-conductive pollution. However a temporary
conductivity caused by condensation may occasionally be expected ).
The ATEQ EP2P REF 393.01 is equipped with a protective earth terminal located at the
rear of the instrument, connected to the interior in accordance with safety standards. This
terminal is intended for connection to an external earthing system.
The symbol for this terminal is :

Chairman and Managing Director.


Mr. Jacques MOUCHET

Tl. : +33 (0) 1 30 80 10 20 - Fax : +33 (0) 1 30 54 11 00


15, rue des Dames - 78340 LES CLAYES SOUS BOIS France
www.ateq.com

Recommendations for electrical testing


intruments
Preventive measures for high voltage
As the voltage of the test can reach 5 kV, a risk of electric shock has to be taken into account.
ATEQ recommends the following for the operators protection :
the use of a bi-manual remote
contrle with a coincidence relay,

the clear delimitation of the safety


zone (floor marking, warning
light) around the test area or the
use of a protection bell over the test
part.

Precautions on the test environnement

Let the test area dry and clean, free from explosive gaz.

Precautions on the operators

ATEQ recommends that the operators using the instruments should have a suitable
qualification and training with respect to the work bench requirements.

General precautions

Read the users manual before using


the instrument,

the electrical main supply must


absolutely have proper earthing,

all electrical connections coming to


the instrument must be equipped
with a safety system (fuse, cicruit
breaker) adapted to the needs and
adhering to the norms,

disconnect
the
electrical
connections to the equipment for
maintenance,

to
avoid
electromagnetic
interferences, the cable connections
to the instrument should be less
than two meters in lenght,

avoid water spillage in the direction


of the instrument,

do not open the instrument under


power voltage,

ATEQ is at your disposal for any


further information concerning the
use of the instrument under
maximum safety conditions.

We would like to bring to your attention that ATEQ will not be held responsible
for any accident connected to the improper use of the instrument, to the work
bench or to the lack of compliance with safety rules.
ATEQ Company is free from any responsibility for any adjustment of its
instrument which would not have been done by its own technicians.

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ATEQ, THE ASSURANCE OF A COMPETENT AFTER SALES


SERVICE
! THE ATEQ AFTER SALES SERVICE IS :
a team of qualified technicians,
a permanent telephone assistance,
agencies close to you for faster reaction,
a stock of spare parts available immediately,
a car fleet for rapid intervention,
a commitment to quality ...
ATEQ IS COMMITTED TO REPAIRING INSTRUMENTS
WITHIN 48 HOURS IN ITS OFFICES
(24 HOURS ON DEMAND)
! THE OVERHAUL
ATEQ carries out the overhaul of your instruments at interesting prices.
The overhaul corresponds to the maintenance of the instrument (checking, cleaning, replacing of used parts) as part
of preventive maintenance.
Preventive maintenance is the best way to guarantee reliability and efficiency. It allows the maintenance of a group of
instruments in good operational order and prevent eventual break-downs.
! MAINTENANCE KITS
The ATEQ After Sales Service proposes, two kits destined for the preventive maintenance of the pneumatic circuits of
instruments.
! CALIBRATION
This may be carried out on site or in our offices.
ATEQ is attached to the COFRAC and delivers a certificate following a calibration.
! TRAINING COURSES
In the framework of partnership with our customers, ATEQ offers two types of training in order to optimise the usage
and knowledge of our instruments. They are aimed at different levels of technician:
method / control training,
maintenance / upkeep training.
! A TARGETED TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION
A number of technical documents are at your disposal to allow you to intervene rapidly in the event minor breakdowns:
problem sheets describing and offering solutions to the main pneumatic and electronic problems,
several maintenance manuals.
! A QUALITY GUARANTEE
The instruments are guaranteed for parts and labour in our offices:
2 years for leak detection equipment,
1 year for electrical tests to norms instruments,
1 year for the accessories.
Our After Sales Service is capable of rapidly answering all your needs and queries.

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PREFACE

Dear Customer,
You have just purchased an ATEQ instrument, we thank you for the trust you have placed on
our brand. This instrument has been designed to ensure a long and unparalleled life expectancy,
and we are convinced that it will give you complete satisfaction during many long years of
operation.
In order to maximise the life expectancy and reliability of your ATEQ instrument, we
recommend that you install this instrument on a secured workbench and advise you to consult
this manual in order to familiarise yourself with the functions and capabilities of the instrument.
Your ATEQ SAV (After Sales Service) centre can give you recommendations based on your
specific operation requirements.

ATEQ

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Table of contents

CONTENTS TABLE
INTRODUCTION

1. TESTING PRINCIPLE .................................................................................................................................... 5

1.1. Ground Continuity .......................................................................................................... 5


1.2. Dielectric strength, static ................................................................................................ 5
1.3. Dielectric strength, dynamic ........................................................................................... 5
1.4. Insulation resistance........................................................................................................ 5
1.5. Power .............................................................................................................................. 5
2. DEFINITION AND PRINCIPLE OF ATEQ EP2P ....................................................................................... 6

Chapter 1

INSTALLATION OF THE ATEQ EP2P

1. LAYOUT OF THE REAR PANEL ................................................................................................................. 9

1.1. High voltage output connectors ...................................................................................... 9


1.2. Earthing of earth continuity connectors.......................................................................... 9
1.3. Connector to test power / current.................................................................................. 10
1.4. Main Power Connector ................................................................................................ 10
1.5. Cable inlet ..................................................................................................................... 10
2. CONNECTION EXAMPLES ........................................................................................................................ 11

2.1. Earth continuity test, dielectric strength, and Insulation resistance.............................. 11


2.2. Power / current Test ...................................................................................................... 12
2.3. Test for earth continuity, static dielectric strengh and power/current .......................... 13
2.4. Test for earth continuity, dynamic dielectric strengh and power/current ..................... 14
3. PLC/ATEQ INTERFACES ............................................................................................................................ 15

3.1. On/off output (T.O.R.).................................................................................................. 15


3.2. Asynchronous Serial link.............................................................................................. 16
3.3. Output supply of 24 v for external usage...................................................................... 16
3.4. On/off output (T.O.R.).................................................................................................. 16
3.5. Serial Link RS 232 or RS 485 ...................................................................................... 17
3.6. Alternate serial link....................................................................................................... 17
3.7. 1.6 A Fuse ..................................................................................................................... 18
3.8. Rotary switch ................................................................................................................ 18
4. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY ................................................................................................................................ 19
5. INPUT/OUTPUT TIMING CHART ............................................................................................................. 20

5.1. End of cycle STOP .................................................................................................. 21


5.2. End of cycle automatic RESET ............................................................................. 22

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Chapter 2

USER INTERFACES

1. THE ATEQ EP2P IN ITS CASE ................................................................................................................... 23


2. LAYOUT OF THE FRONT PANEL............................................................................................................. 24
3. SCHEMATIC FLOW CHART FOR USING THE KEYS.......................................................................... 25
4. FUNCTIONS OF THE KEYS AND DISPLAYS.......................................................................................... 26

4.1. Displays ........................................................................................................................ 26


4.1.1. Left displays................................................................................................................................... 26
4.1.2. Right displays................................................................................................................................. 27

4.2. Indicators ...................................................................................................................... 27


4.3. The keys ........................................................................................................................ 28
4.3.1. Voltage / Current............................................................................................................................ 28
4.3.2. Percentage of the indicated voltage................................................................................................ 28
4.3.3. Rise time ........................................................................................................................................ 28
4.3.4. Stabilisation time and test time ...................................................................................................... 29
4.3.5. Fall time ......................................................................................................................................... 29
4.3.6. Maximum and minimum reject level ............................................................................................. 29
4.3.7. Function ......................................................................................................................................... 30
4.3.8. Test................................................................................................................................................. 31
4.3.9. Cursor key !.................................................................................................................................. 31
4.3.10. Cursor key "................................................................................................................................ 31
4.3.11. Reset key (Red key) ..................................................................................................................... 31
4.3.12. Start cycle key (Green key) .......................................................................................................... 32
4.3.13. CYCLE / RUN ACCESS switch.................................................................................................. 32
4.3.14. On/Off Switch .............................................................................................................................. 32

Chapter 3

STARTING THE EQUIPMENT SETTINGS - TESTS

1. SWITCH ON THE EQUIPMENT................................................................................................................. 33


2. USING THE KEYS ......................................................................................................................................... 33
3. ENTER THE PARAMETERS ....................................................................................................................... 34

3.1. Principle ........................................................................................................................ 34


3.2. Method .......................................................................................................................... 35
3.2.1. Reset to zero all the sequences....................................................................................................... 35
3.2.2. Selection of a sequence .................................................................................................................. 35
3.2.3. Selection of a step .......................................................................................................................... 35
3.2.4. Selection of type............................................................................................................................. 35
3.2.5. Programming an earth continuity test ............................................................................................ 36
3.2.6. Programming a dielectric strength test........................................................................................... 37
3.2.7. Programming an insulation resistance test ..................................................................................... 38
3.2.8. Programming of the test to measure the power (current) ............................................................... 39
3.2.9. Validation of parameters ................................................................................................................ 40
4. TEST CYCLE.................................................................................................................................................. 41

4.1. Starting the test cycle .................................................................................................... 41


4.1.1. Displays.......................................................................................................................................... 41
4.1.2. Earth continuity cycle .................................................................................................................... 42
4.1.3. Dielectric strength cycle................................................................................................................. 42
4.1.4. Insulation resistance cycle.............................................................................................................. 42

4.2. Cycle to test the power, current or phase shift angle .................................................... 42

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Chapter 4

FUNCTIONS OF THE ATEQ EP2P

1. CHAINING FUNCTION ................................................................................................................................ 43


2. STEP BY STEP FUNCTION ......................................................................................................................... 44
3. COM MODE.................................................................................................................................................... 45
4. FUNCTION STAT 2 ....................................................................................................................................... 47
5. FRAME FUNCTION ...................................................................................................................................... 48
6. COLOUR ......................................................................................................................................................... 50
7. FUNCTION OF THE DATE AND TIME RECORDER............................................................................. 51
8. START TEST DELAY TIME MODE........................................................................................................... 52
9. COUNTER MODE.......................................................................................................................................... 53
10. ROTARY SWITCH FUNCTION ................................................................................................................ 54
11. FUNCTION KEY .......................................................................................................................................... 55
12. OFFSET EARTH CONTINUITY FUNCTION ......................................................................................... 56
13. STARTING THE EARTH CONTINUITY (OR GROUND) MODE ....................................................... 57
14. CORRECTION OF THE POWER / CURRENT TEST MODE .............................................................. 58
15. PEAK VALUE MODE.................................................................................................................................. 59
16. AMPERE MODE .......................................................................................................................................... 59
17. PHASE SHIFT ANGLE MODE .................................................................................................................. 60

Chapter 5

ACCESSORIES OF THE ATEQ EP2P

1. REMOTE CONTROL .................................................................................................................................... 61

1.1. Connections to the equipment....................................................................................... 62


2. SAVE MODULE ............................................................................................................................................. 63
3. GROUND CONTINUITY PROBE................................................................................................................ 64
4. DIELECTRIC INSULATION CALIBRATION CHECK BOX ................................................................. 65
5. EARTH CONTINUITY CALIBRATION CHECK BOX ........................................................................... 66

Chapter 6

MESSAGES DISPLAYED

1. RESULT INDICATOR................................................................................................................................... 67
2. PRINTING THE RESULTS........................................................................................................................... 67

2.1. Specifications of the default values of the serial link ................................................... 67


2.2. Results frame ................................................................................................................ 68
3. CURRENT MESSAGES................................................................................................................................. 69
4. ERROR MESSAGES...................................................................................................................................... 69

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APPENDICES

INTERNAL CONNECTIONS OF THE EQUIPMENT

1. LAYOUT OF THE PANEL INSIDE THE DOOR....................................................................................... 71


2. ANALOG INPUTS & OUTPUTS.................................................................................................................. 72

2.1. Analog output (voltage) insulation resistance .............................................................. 72


2.2. Analog output converter ............................................................................................... 72
2.3. Analog input (voltage) EARTH continuity / dielectric / power / insulation resistance 72
2.4. Analog input (current) EARTH continuity / dielectric / power / insulation resistance 72
2.5. Analog input phase angle.............................................................................................. 73
2.6. Analog input gain used for the insulation resistance testing ........................................ 73
2.7. Spare analog input J7.................................................................................................... 73
2.8. Spare analog input J8.................................................................................................... 73
3. OTHER CONNECTORS................................................................................................................................ 74

3.1. Power output (selection of the boards) ......................................................................... 74


3.2. Power outputs ............................................................................................................... 75
3.3. Connexion of keyboard on the panel ............................................................................ 75
3.4. Input switch................................................................................................................... 76
3.5. Front panel key ............................................................................................................. 76
3.6. Power switch................................................................................................................. 76

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Introduction

INTRODUCTION
1. TESTING PRINCIPLE
1.1. GROUND CONTINUITY
Current generator
from 5 to 30 A
12 V AC maxi
measuring

Ph
N

1.2. DIELECTRIC STRENGTH, STATIC

HT 200

Ph
N

4 000 V AC

1.3. DIELECTRIC STRENGTH, DYNAMIC

Ph
U

U x 1,06

HT
200 to 4000 V AC

1.4. INSULATION RESISTANCE

Ph
N

HT 500 V DC

1.5. POWER
A
Ph
U

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2. DEFINITION AND PRINCIPLE OF ATEQ EP2P
ATEQ EP2P is equipment intended for checking the safety standards of single phase electrical
equipment.
The equipment allows 1, 2 or 3 of the following tests to be carried out :
the combined insulation resistance test and power test is impossible.
X = value measured
TESTS

RANGE

PRECISION

RESOLUTION

AC orDC

500 - 4 000 V AC

+/-(10 V + 0,01 X)

10 V

Test voltage

500 - 5 000 V DC
0 - 30 mA AC

+/-(10 V + 0,01 X)
+/-(0,05 mA + 0,01 X)

10 V
0,1 mA

Test current

0 - 3 mA DC

+/-(0,02 mA + 0,01 X)

0,01 mA

Circuit breaking
current

Depending on full scale.

Dielectric
strength

Ground
Continuity
Test current

5 - 30 A

+/-(0,05 A + 0,025 X)

0,1 A

Resistance

0 -275 m (25 A)

+/-(2,5 m + 0,01 X)

1 m

50 to 1 000 V DC
1 M to 2 G

+/-(1 V + 0,01 X)

1V

Insulation
Resistance
Test voltage
Resistance

If U < 100 V or T < 1 s then :

1 M to 1 G

+/- (0,03M +0,03X)

0,1 M / 1 M

1 G to 2 G

+/-(10 M + 0,05 X)

10 M

If U > 100 V and T > 1 s then :

1 M to 1 G

+/-(0,1 M + 0,01 X)

0,1 M / 1 M

1 G to 2 G

+/-(10 M + 0,05 X)

10 M

Power
measurement
Voltage test

45 to 270 V AC single phase


(50/60Hz)

+/-(0,2 V + 0,01 X)

1V

Current test

10 mA to 20 A
10 mA - 2 A
2 A 20 A

+/-(5 mA + 0,02 X)
+/-(0,02 A + 0,01 X)

1 mA
0,01 A

+/-(1 + 0,01 X)

1/10 W to 1/10 kW

Power test

0 to 4,6 kW (230 V)

Phase shift angle


test

- 90 to + 90

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Default Values

Dielectric
Strength AC

Max/Min Cut off


Voltage
Current
Rise time
Stabilisation time
Test time
Fall time
Maxi cut off
Mini cut off

Ground
Continuity

5%
1 250 V

Insulation
Resistance

Power meas.

5%
500 V

10%
230 V

25 A
0,3 s

0,5 s
0s
2s
0,5 s
5 mA
1 mA

0,1 s
1s

1s

1s
0,5 s

100 m
0 m

1000 W
500 W

2 M

ATEQ EP2P allows the carrying out of from 1 to 16 sequences.


Each sequence can contain from 1 to 8 steps.
Each step is the type of test to be done.
All these functions can be chained automatically using the chaining function (ref. chaining
function).
SEQUENCE
01

(Level #)

02

(Level #)

03

(Level #)

04

(Level #)

05

(Level #)

06

(Level #)

07

(Level #)

08

16

(Level #)

LEVEL
01

( Test Type )

02

(Test Type)

03

(Test Type)

04

(Test Type)

05

(Test Type)

06

(Test Type)

07

(Test Type)

08

(Test Type)

TYPE
_
E

_
_
d

Nothing
Ground continuity
DC dielectric
AC dielectric

Insulation

Power

(Level #)

KEYS

kV
A

TYPE
_
E

_
_
d
I

Nothing
Ground continuity
DC dielectric

kV
A

+0
0

AC dielectric

Power
kV
A

+0
0

kV
A

+0
0

kV
A

+0
0

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Type of test :

= : dielectric strength DC 200 to 5 000 V DC

: ground (or Earth) continuity test < 12 V AC without load, 30 A maximum

: dielectric strength AC 200 4 000 V AC

: insulation resistance

: test to measure power

Programming :
By the keypad on the front panel or by downloading (Mode Jbus)

High Voltage indication (RD / IR)

Cut off test voltage (RD / IR / Power)

Current Indication (ground continuity)

Rise time

Stabilisation time

Test time

Fall time

Maxi / mini reject level cut off

Functions

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Chapter 1

INSTALLATION OF THE ATEQ EP2P


1. LAYOUT OF THE REAR PANEL

CAUTION

MAINS TO BE
DISCONNECTED
PRIOR
TO CABLING
I/O'S

STATION
GROUND
CAUTION
HIGH VOLTAGE

1.1. HIGH VOLTAGE OUTPUT CONNECTORS

Ground

1 High voltage output connectors


2 Earthing for the high voltage test (this terminal must have a connection to the factory earth)
1.2. EARTHING OF EARTH CONTINUITY CONNECTORS

Earth continuity output


_ 24 V Probe buzzer power supp
+
Start cycle
Probe (measurement)
Probe current generator
Return measurement
Return current generator

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1.3. CONNECTOR TO TEST POWER / CURRENT

Phase
Neutral

Test parts' power supply for the power test

Earth
Neutral
Phase

Parts to be tested output

Neutral
Phase

Secondary wiring of the isolation


transformer for dynamic
dielectric strengh

Note : the cable used on the secondary winding of the isolation transformer must be capable
of supporting high voltage and high current (up to 20 A) for the power measurement.

1.4. MAIN POWER CONNECTOR

J8
Blue wire = Neutral
Brown wire = Phase
Green/Yellow wire = earth
90 - 260 V AC
50 / 60 Hz

A main wire is supplied with the equipment

1.5. CABLE INLET

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2. CONNECTION EXAMPLES

2.1. EARTH CONTINUITY TEST, DIELECTRIC STRENGTH, AND INSULATION RESISTANCE

1mm

4mm

(10/15 kV)
2
1mm

1mm 2

Gnd

Ph

1mm

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2.2. POWER / CURRENT TEST

Ground wire
2

3mm

Gnd

Ph

Ground

2 standard wires
2
3mm

2 HV wire + power
2
3mm

Ph

Electrical
Network

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2.3. TEST

FOR EARTH
POWER/CURRENT

Ground wire
1mm

CONTINUITY,

STATIC

DIELECTRIC

STRENGH

AND

Ground
security

Ground wire
2

Standard wire
2

1mm

2
4mm et 1mm

Gnd

Ph

2 standard
wire
3mm

2 HV wires + power
3mm

Ph

Electrical
Network

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2.4. TEST

FOR EARTH
POWER/CURRENT

CONTINUITY,

1mm
3mm

DYNAMIC

DIELECTRIC

STRENGH

AND

1mm

2
4mm et 1mm
2

1mm

Gnd

3mm

Ph

Ground security

2
3mm

Ph

Electrical network

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3. PLC/ATEQ INTERFACES
J1 J2

J3

J4

J5

J6

J7

J8

RC1

Clavier / Keyboard

J11

J9

J10
J20
J12
J13

J17

J18

F1
J14

J15

J16

J19

Inside view of the door


3.1. ON/OFF OUTPUT (T.O.R.)
The cycle results can be read on the front fascia via the luminous indicators and electronic
displays. The corresponding electrical dialog take place inside the device on the J15
connector. The informations Pass Fail etc ... given by the ATEQ EP2P are of
maintained contact form.

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These outputs can be used under a maximum of 110 V ~/ 500 mA.
Relay

Gmov Output

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

J15

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16

: output for Pass


: output for Fail(min, max and alarms)
: output for Fail in earth continuity
: output for Fail in AC/DC Dielectric strength
: output for Fail in Power / current / angle
: output end of cycle (depends on the position of the rotary switch RC1)
: output for Fail in insulation resistance
: output Busy

3.2. ASYNCHRONOUS SERIAL LINK


1 2 3 4

1 + 24 V
2 Bus ATEQ
3 Bus ATEQ
4 Gnd.

J16

3.3. OUTPUT SUPPLY OF 24 V FOR EXTERNAL USAGE


1 2

24 V user output. Maximum current 0.4 A (400 mA)


10V
2 + 24 V

J17

3.4. ON/OFF OUTPUT (T.O.R.)


1

The electrical interaction corresponding with the front


panel is done inside the equipment on the J18 connectors.

J18

The inputs and the outputs are according to the CNOMO standards, switched by the leading
edge of a 24v signal

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~ / 20 mA.

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Electrical drawings of the inputs and outputs :
Led

Input
CNOMO

Resistance

Gmov
Common 0v
Opto-coupling

1 R.A.Z. Reset to zero


2 Start cycle
3 Decreasing the sequence no. by pulsing
4 Increasing the sequence no. by pulsing
5 Selection of the sequences through volt-free contact (binary weight 1)
5 Selection of the sequences through volt-free contact (binary weight 2)
5 Selection of the sequences through volt-free contact (binary weight 4)
5 Selection of the sequences through volt-free contact (binary weight 8)
9 Common in AC or 0 V in DC
Sequence no.
___________
Binary Weight
1
2
4
8

1 2

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

0
0
0
0

0
1
0
0

1
1
0
0

0
0
1
0

1
0
1
0

0
1
1
0

1
1
1
0

0
0
0
1

1
0
0
0

1
0
0
1

0
1
0
1

1
1
0
1

0
0
1
1

1
0
1
1

0
1
1
1

1
1
1
1

3.5. SERIAL LINK RS 232 OR RS 485


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

J19

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1 Gnd
2 RXD receive
3 TXD send
4 RTS asking for send
5 Gnd
6 DIFFA
7 RTS
8 CTS authorising send
9 DIFFB

RS 232

2 RXD
3 TXD
5 Gnd

RS 485

5 Gnd
6 DIFFA

9 DIFFB

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J20

1234

3.6. ALTERNATE SERIAL LINK

1
2
3
4

TXD
VCC
RXD
Gnd

3.7. 1.6 A FUSE


F1

3.8. ROTARY SWITCH


RC1 The functioning of the equipment is connected to the position of the rotary switch

hardware which is on the CPU.


Default position : 4
0 / 2 / 8 /A
1/3/9/B
4/6/C/E
5/7/D
F

End of continuous cycle & stop if Fail


End of pulsed cycle & stop if Fail
End of continuous cycle & automatic reset
End of pulsed cycle & automatic reset
Position reserved for calibration

Note : pulse duration at End of Cycle signal is 500 ms.

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4. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
The electrical supply is done by the 3-pin connector located below the equipment. The
equipment can be supplied with a voltage between 90 and 260 V

J8

90 - 260 V AC
50 / 60 Hz

Blue wire = Neutral


Brown wire = Phase
Green/yellow wire =
earth

A main wire is supplied with the equipment.

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5. INPUT/OUTPUT TIMING CHART


In order to interface the ATEQ EP2P with the equipment (PLC, PC ), the following timing
chart shows the sequencing of the electrical outputs (relay board on Connector J15) in
accordance with the input/output commands on front panel or on the Connector J18 (START,
RESET and sequence number selection).
The timing proposed depends directly on the rotary switch position; this allows selection of
the 2 end of cycles: automatic RESET or STOP.
Keys
Waiting Period (TRDT)
W
Rise time
R
Stabilisation time
S
Test time
T
Fall time
F
START
Press on the
key on the front panel or contact between pins 2 and 9 on the
connector J18
RESET

key on the front panel or contact between pins 1 and 9 on


Press on the
the connector J18
Programme Nb Select the sequence number by combination of the binary weight
Pins 5 to 8 of connector J18
PASS or FAIL relay on Connector J15
P or F
End of cycle relay on connector J15
EoC
500 ms when End of Cycle if reached
@
The time scale is not respected except for the time indicated which has to be respected.

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5.1. END OF CYCLE STOP


W

Cycle

Prog.nb

500 ms
mini

12.5 ms
START

RES

20 ms
mini

PASS

OR
FAIL

Busy

EoC

@
Ready

@: 500 ms when End of Cycle is reached


For safety purposes, the start cycle (START) should be maintained throughout high
voltage tests (dielectric strength, insulation resistance). For all other tests, activating for of
20ms (min) is sufficient to start the test.
Selecting STOP or automatic RESET end of cycle can be done with the help of
the rotary switch function (ref. chapter 4 10). The configuration of the parameters of this
function overrides the position of the hardware component (rotary switch). The hardware
rotary switch allows definition of the nature of the end of cycle signal (maintained or
pulsed 500 ms), respectively on the odd and even positions of the rotary switch.

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5.2. END OF CYCLE AUTOMATIC RESET


A

Cycle

Prog.Nb

500 ms
mini

12.5 ms
START

RES

PASS

OR
FAIL

Busy

EoC

@
Ready

@: 500 ms when End of Cycle is reached


For safety purposes, the start cycle (START) should be maintained throughout the high
voltage tests (dielectric strength, insulation resistance). For all other tests, activating for
20ms (min) is sufficient to start the test.
Selecting STOP or automatic RESET end of cycle can be done with the help of
the rotary switch function (ref. chapter 4 10) The configuration of the parameters of this
function overrides the position of the hardware component (rotary switch). The hardware
rotary switch allows definition of the nature of the end of cycle signal (maintained or
pulsed 500 ms), respectively on the odd and even positions of the rotary switch.

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Chapter 2

USER INTERFACES
1. THE ATEQ EP2P IN ITS CASE
300 mm
160 mm

EP2P

+
-

m
/M

mA/A
W/kW

kV
V
A

SEQUENCE

STEP TEST

300 mm

CYCLE

DISCONNECT POWER
PRIOR TO OPENING
DEBRANCHER
LAPPAREIL AVANT

kV

+0
0-

A
TEST

TEST

F
TEST
1

1 - HV CONNECTOR
CONNECTEUR HT

2
1

4
2-

5
7
8

USER EARTH
TERRE UTILISATEUR

3 - ELECTRICAL CABLE BUSHING


PASSAGE DE CABLES
4 - POWER SUPPLY CONNECTOR
CONNECTEUR SECTEUR
5 - EARTH CONTINUITY CONNECTORS
CONNECTEURS CONTINUITE DE
6 - PROTECTIVE EARTHING TERMINAL
BORNE DE TERRE DE PROTECTION
7/8 -POWER MEASUREMENT
MESURE DE PUISSANCE

EP2P REF. 393.01

120 mm

150 mm

293 mm

Dimensions without the stand : height 300 mm, breadth 300 mm, depth 160 mm Weight : 15 kg

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2. LAYOUT OF THE FRONT PANEL

Keys for cycle


parameter

Display window of
the parameters and
test results

EP2P

Increase/
decrease the
parameters

Calibrating
the test
conditions

+
-

kV

m /M

mA/A

SEQUENCE

STEP

Reset to zero /
start of cycle

W/kW

TEST

CYCLE

DISCONNECT POWER
PRIOR TO OPENING
DEBRANCHER
LAPPAREIL AVANT

kV

Key to open
and close
the box

+0

Access/ cycle
key

0-

A
TEST

TE S T

TEST PARAMETERS
1

Description
of the bottom
of the
equipment

2
1

1-

HV CONNECTOR
CONNECTEUR HT

2-

USER EARTH
TERRE UTILISATEUR

3-

ELECTRICAL CABLE BUSHING


PASSAGE DE CABLES

4-

POWER SUPPLY CONNECTOR


CONNECTEUR SECTEUR

5-

EARTH CONTINUITY CONNECTORS


CONNECTEURS CONTINUITE DE TERRE

6-

PROTECTIVE EARTHING TERMINAL


BORNE DE TERRE DE PROTECTION

4
5

7
8

7/8 - POWER MEASUREMENT


MESURE DE PUISSANCE

EP2P REF. 393.01

On/Off Switch
Reference and
caracteristics of
the equipment

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3. SCHEMATIC FLOW CHART FOR USING THE KEYS


Definition
An objet can be : Boolean, description, or numeric value.

Program or
sequence
number

If

Object 1

Object n

Object 3

Object 2
Title

If

Boolean

Object 3
with point = active
without point = inactive

So

If
x

Object 3

So

X
Object 3

Object 3

Object 3

If
Enter parameters
(numeric value)

After setting the key in the CYCLE position

, the equipment saves the modifications

in the memory.
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4. FUNCTIONS OF THE KEYS AND DISPLAYS

4.1. DISPLAYS
4.1.1. Left displays
kV
V
A
SEQUENCE

Step

TEST

DISPLAYS IN ACCESS MODE :

the sequence to program or programmed

row in the sequence

type of test

target current in amperes ( EC )

target voltage in volts or kilovolts ( DS / IR )

cut off voltage ( P )

percentage of the cut off of the voltage of the test (P / DS / IR )

DISPLAYS IN CYCLE MODE :

sequence programmed

row of sequence

type of test

target voltage in volts or kilovolts ( RD / RI )

current for the test in amperes ( CT )

percentage of the cut off of the voltage of the test (P / RD / RI )

the correction value of the test (P )

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4.1.2. Right displays
m /
MA / A
W / kW
CYCLE

Displays in ACCESS mode :

rise time

stabilisation time

test time

fall time

high & low reject level

different functions of the F key

Displays in CYCLE mode :

test results of earth continuity in m

test results of dielectric strength in mA

test results of insulation resistance in M or G

test results of current in mA /A or power W / kW

test results of the phase shift angle in degrees

value of the correction resistance ( CT )

error messages

4.2. INDICATORS
Red Indicator
+%-

Green Indicator

Exceeding the limits for test voltage/current (these limits are


+0
set by the 0 - key).

PASS
FAIL because maximum and minimum limits exceeded set by
the key.

Red Indicator

Test in process or alarm

Red Indicator
!

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4.3. THE KEYS
4.3.1. Voltage / Current
kV
A

In ACCESS mode, this key together with

, arrows allows calibration :

the indicated current of the earth continuity (30 A maximum),


the indicated voltage of the dielectric strength or insulation resistance,
the indicated voltage of the dielectric strength or insulation resistance.
In CYCLE mode, allows consultation of the parameters :
target current in earth continuity test,
the target voltage of the dielectric strength or insulation resistance,
the target voltage of the dielectric strength or insulation resistance.
4.3.2. Percentage of the indicated voltage

+0
0

Associated with

, keys helps the calibration of the cut off percentage around the

indicated voltage for dielectric strength in insulation resistance and power/ current +/1% to 100%.
4.3.3. Rise time

Allows the calibration of rise time on the ramp (RD / RI.)


Minimum Time : 0,3 second.
Maximum Time : 99,9 seconds.

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4.3.4. Stabilisation time and test time

Allows the calibration of stabilisation time of the test voltage.


Minimum Time : 0,0 second.
Maximum Time : 99,9 seconds.
Allows the calibration of test time.
Minimum Time : 0,1 second.
Maximum Time : 99,9 seconds.
Possible to have a infinite test time (calibration less than 0 s).
Note : it is possible for the power test to set an infinite test time (setting less than 0 s).
4.3.5. Fall time

Helps the calibration of fall time on the ramp (RD / RI.).


Minimum Time : 0,1 second.
Maximum Time : 99,9 seconds.
kV
Consign Test

Rise

Stabilisation

Measure

Fall

Time

4.3.6. Maximum and minimum reject level

Allows setting of minimum and maximum reject level. In case of exceeding or


decreasing these values the test will be declared as Fail.

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4.3.7. Function

F
In ACCESS mode this key allows access to the following modes :

F
F

MuLt

SgS

MuLt
Condition

SgS
Condition

STA2

COM
MBUS
IMPression

Dialog with the


statistic software

FrAM

CoLo

End of test line step


End of sequence
line step
Choice of the
print condition

Choice of the
color print
conditions

Horo
Date and time
setting

tSdt

COUn

Waiting
time

Total
Pass part
Fail part
Res counter
Print counter

Passage from one mode to the other is done by repeatedly pressing the

rot.s
Reset Auto
Stop

Loc
Lock
Start

key.

A mode is active if it is followed by a point (Boolean function).


To activate or deactivate a mode press on the start key
Pressing the RESET key

(green key).

(red key) takes you to the beginning of the menu.

In the earth continuity test the following functions will be added :

OFEL

StEc

Offset
Value

Impulsional
state

In the test to measure power the following functions will be added :

F
F

Cor

PiC

AMP

AnGL

Correction
value

Peak value

Measure in mA/A

Max/min angle
reject level

In CYCLE mode this key allows viewing of the following parameters :


offset resistance for the earth continuity test (if the function is activated),
correction voltage for the power test (if the function is activated).

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4.3.8. Test
This key allows selection of the type of test (dielectric, earth continuity, insulation resistance,
measurement of power /current).

4.3.9. Cursor key !

Function :
increasing the number of sequence / row / type of test,
increasing

the numerical value of the parameter.

4.3.10. Cursor key "

Function :
decreasing the

number of sequence / row / type of test,

decreasing the numerical

value of the parameter.

4.3.11. Reset key (Red key)


(Red RESET key) with key in ACCESS position :

allows scrolling through the program menu,

(move from type of test to the row or from row to the N of sequence)

key

(red key) +

et

= general reset to zero of all the sequence

keys,

key

(red key) +

reset to zero of the current sequence.

Note : during the reset to zero the confirmation for cancelling will appear on the right display
arranging all the sequence numbers from 16 to 01.

(Red RESET key) with key in CYCLE position :


allows interruption of current cycle and resetting to zero.

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4.3.12. Start cycle key (Green key)
with key in ACCESS position :
allows scrolling through the program menu
(passage from type of test to row to No. of sequence),
activates and deactivates the different modes of the

key.

with key in CYCLE position :


starting the test cycle(s).

4.3.13. CYCLE / RUN ACCESS switch

ACCESS position :

between the test parameters.


CYCLE position :

confirming the parameters entered,

viewing the value of the parameters simply by pressing on the chosen


parameter key.

4.3.14. On/Off Switch


I

to put the equipment on / off: O : Off


0

1 : On

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Chapter 3

STARTING THE EQUIPMENT SETTINGS - TESTS


1. SWITCH ON THE EQUIPMENT
On switching on the equipment :
the equipment sends its configuration to the serial port,
on starting the equipment for 2 seconds it displays the following message :
m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW

kV
V
A
SEQUENCE

STEP

CYCLE

TEST

U X.XX indicates the software version.


Then the equipment transmits its configuration on the J 19 (RS 232) output. In downloading
mode, there is no transmission of the configuration.
The equipment then displays the current program.
2. USING THE KEYS
Key in CYCLE position : the equipment is in waiting position.
m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW

kV
V
A
SEQUENCE

STEP

CYCLE

TEST

Key in ACCESS position : instrument is in program mode, see chapter 4 "enter the
parameters".
m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW

kV
V
A
SEQUENCE

STEP

TEST

CYCLE

Note : if there is an interruption to the power supply the instrument returns to the last program or
function selected.

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3. ENTER THE PARAMETERS

3.1. PRINCIPLE

Selection of a SEQUENCE

Selection of ROW

Selection of TYPE

Enter the parameters

Next
test

YES

NO

Validation of parameters

YES

Next
sequence
NO

Use

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3.2. METHOD
3.2.1. Reset to zero all the sequences
in ACCESS position.

Put the key


Press on the
Put the key

key (red key) +

and

in CYCLE position.

3.2.2. Selection of a sequence


Slection d'une SEQUENCE

Put the key

in ACCESS position. The sequence number flashes in the left display.

Select N of sequence ( 01 16 ) required using

keys.

3.2.3. Selection of a step


Slection d'un RANG

After having selected the sequence.


Press on the

key to go to the selection of the step.

The zone STEP on the left display flashes.


Select the step to be programmed using

keys.

Note : it is impossible to select step n+1 if the row is not programmed.


3.2.4. Selection of type
Slection d'un TYPE

Press on the

key or on the Test key to select the type of test to enter the parameters.

The zone TYPE of the left display flashes.


Select the type of test (

E, =, P ) present in the instrument

configuration of the instrument) with the help of

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: no test selected
: AC earth continuity test < 12 V without load, 30 A maximum

: AC dielectric strength 200 to 4 000 V AC

= : DC dielectric strength 200 5 000 V DC

: insulation resistance test


: test to measure power or current and / or test phase shift angle

3.2.5. Programming an earth continuity test


Press on the

kV
A

key.

Enter la value of the test current required using the


Press on the

keys (left display).

key.

Enter the value for stabilisation time for the test using the
Press again on the
Press on the

key then using the

keys enter the test time (right display).

key.

Enter the maximum cut off of the reject level using the
Press again on the

keys (right display).

then using the

keys (right display).

keys enter the minimum cut off of the reject level

(right display).
Note : certain options are exclusively for this type of test ( ref. Chapter 4 "Functions of the
ATEQ EP2P) different modes of the Function key " : Offset mode for earth continuity
and start mode for earth continuity).

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3.2.6. Programming a dielectric strength test
kV

Press on the

key.

Enter the value of the test voltage required using the


Press on the

keys (left display).

+ 0 key.
0 -

Together with the

keys, allows setting of the percentage of monitoring the test voltage from

1% to 100%.
1st press on the key, set the upper monitoring limit
2nd press, to set the lower limit.
Press on the

key.

Enter the rise time using the


Press on the

keys (right display).

key.

Enter the stabilisation time using the


Press again on the
Press on the

key the using the

keys enter the test time (right display ).

key.

Enter the fall time using the


Press on the

keys (right display).

keys (right display).

key.

Enter the maximum reject level required using the


Press again on the

key then using the

keys (right display).


keys enter the minimum reject level required

(right display).

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3.2.7. Programming an insulation resistance test
Press on the

kV
A

key.

Enter the required voltage value using the


Press on the

+ 0 , together with
0 -

(left display).

key, which allows setting of the percentage for monitoring

the test voltage from 1% to 100%.


1st press on the key, set the upper monitoring limit,
2nd press, to set the lower limit.
Press again on the key

then using the

enter the test time (right display).

Enter the maximum cut off of the reject level using the

Press on the

key.

Enter the fall time using the


Press on the

key (right display).

key.

Enter the minimum cut off of the reject level using the

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3.2.8. Programming of the test to measure the power (current)
Press on the

kV
A

key.

Enter the value of the test voltage to be monitored using the


Press on the

+ 0 , together with
0 -

keys (left display).

key, which allows setting of the percentage for monitoring

the test voltage from 1% to 100%.


1st press on the key, set the upper monitoring limit,
2nd press, to set the lower limit.
Press on the

key.

Enter the stabilisation time using the


Press again on the
Press on the

key (right display).

key together with the

keys enter the test time (right display ).

key.

Enter the maximum cut off of the reject level using the
Press again on the

key using the

keys (right display).

key enter the minimum cut off of the reject level

required (right display).


For a reject limit expressed in Watts, the test voltage is linked to the reject limit.
Example : if U = 230 V and Maximum Reject Limit = 4,6 kW,
it is not possible to lower the voltage U since the intensity I would then be greater than 20
A (maximum measurable value).
Note : certain options are especially for this type of test ( ref. Chapter 4 Description of different
modes if function key : Test Correction Mode, Peak Mode, phase shift angle mode,
ampere mode ).

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Next
Test

1st press on the key


Using the

YES

(red key) the left display flashes and indicates the current no. of step.

key, increase the row number then go back to paragraph 3.2.4.

On pressing for the 2nd time the left display flashes and indicates the number of the current
sequence. Select the new sequence number required ( 01 to 16 ) using the

keys, then go back

to paragraph 3.2.3.

Next
Test
NO

3.2.9. Validation of parameters


Validation des paramtres

Put the key in

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4. TEST CYCLE

4.1. STARTING THE TEST CYCLE


4.1.1. Displays
Test result display (right display) : the line indicates unit of measurement and the point indicates
the unit column.

Right Display
m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW
m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW
m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW
m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW
m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW
m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW
m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW
m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW

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Test

Earth continuity

Insulation Resistance

Insulation Resistance

Dielectric strength

Power / Current

Power / Current

kW

Power / Current

degree

Phase

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4.1.2. Earth continuity cycle
Press on the

key (green key) , the instrument is ready for test; the operator takes the earth

continuity probe, positions it on the area to be tested & then pushes it in. The test is done. At the
end of the test a signal sounds and a LED glows on the probe indicating to the operator the end of
test.
Example of the test result display
kV
V
A
SEQUENCE

Step

m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW
CYCLE

TEST

4.1.3. Dielectric strength cycle


Press and hold the

key (green key) during the cycle.

Example of test result display


m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW

kV
V
A
SEQUENCE

Step

TEST

CYCLE

4.1.4. Insulation resistance cycle


Press and hold the

key (green key) during the cycle

Example of the test result display


kV
V
A
SEQUENCE

Step

TEST

m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW
CYCLE

4.2. CYCLE TO TEST THE POWER, CURRENT OR PHASE SHIFT ANGLE


Press on the

key (green key)

Example of the test result display


kV
V
A
SEQUENCE

Step

TEST

m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW
CYCLE

kV
m
/ M

V
mA / A
A
W / kW
Note : it is possible to start the cycle using a remote control ( ref. chapter 5 : accessories and/or
chapter 1 : rear panel on/off input (1.18) and on/off outputs.

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Chapter 4

FUNCTIONS OF THE ATEQ EP2P


1. CHAINING FUNCTION
The chaining function, common to the sequence, allows the chaining of 8 tests conditionally by
using a NON EXCLUSIVE OR :
the passage to the next test is done if at least one of the conditions selected is filled.
Note : when the chaining function is activated this deactivates the chaining function.
Key in ACCESS position
Press on the
FUNCTION key

no

Mult message
displayed ?
yes
Press on START
button

no

Mult message
displayed ?

yes
Press on the down arrow
Press on the Up and Down arrow
to move the pointer
Press on START to activate or
deactivate

Right display

2 1

Turn the key to CYCLE position


to validate the parameters
CHAINING CONDITIONS
1. Good part (default value)
2. Reject 1 ; 2 and alarm
Cheker
3. Reject ground continuity
Activated function 4. Reject AC DC dielectric strength
5. Reject Power / Current / Angle
6. Reserved
7. Reject insulation resistance
8. Reserved

Default value : PASS.


Note : these active conditions correspond to the relay conditions on the On/Off output board
TOR giving all the test results available for the user on the J15 connector.
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2. STEP BY STEP FUNCTION


The step by step function helps the operator to follow the running of the cycle. He has to start
each test by a start cycle.
Note : when the step by step function is active, this deactivates the chaining function.
Key in ACCESS position
Press on the
FUNCTION key

no

Message
SBS displayed ?
yes
Press on the START
button

no

Message
SBS displayed
yes

Press on the DOWN arrow


Press on the UP and DOWN
arrow to move the pointer
Press on START or on RESETto
activate or deactivate a condition

Turn the key to CYCLE position


to validate the parameters

Right display
Cheker
Activated function
8

2 1

STEP BY STEP CONDITIONS


Good part (default value)
Reject 1 ; 2 and alarm
Reject ground continuity
Reject AC DC dielectric strength
Reject Power / Current / Angle
Reserved
Reject insulation resistance
8. Reserved
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Default Value : PASS.


Note : these active conditions correspond to the relay conditions on the On/Off output board
TOR giving all the test results available for the user on the J15 connector.
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3. COM MODE
The COM mode allows selection of two types of functions :
1. The MODBUS for the download function, called (JBUS). This mode can communicate on
RS 232 port to port or RS485 in multi ports.
2. The IMP mode (printing)
This mode sends the results to the RS 232 ports.

Key in ACCESS position


Press on the
FUNCTION key

no

Message COM
displayed ?
yes
Press on START

no

Message COM.
displayed ?
yes

Press on the DOWN arrow then


on the FUNCTION key to
get the parameters
Press on the START key to enter
the required function
Press on the DOWN arrow and
then on the FUNCTION key to get
the parameters
Press on the UP and DOWN arows
to adjust the FUNCTION values
then on the FUNCTION key
for the next parameter
Tourner la clef en position CYCLE
pour valider les paramtres

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Default Values
MBUS or downloading
F

9600
19200
4800
2400

PRT

EVEn
odd
mArc
SPACE
nonE

8 bit

1Stop
2Stop

n 01
n 01

n 255

or printing the results to the RS 232 port


F

9600

EVEn

7 bit

1Stop

19200

odd
mArc
SPACE
nonE

8 bit

2Stop

4800
2400

1200
600
300

Note : a test for transmission of formats is done. This avoids bad configuration.

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4. FUNCTION STAT 2
The function STA 2 allows dialogue with the statistics software STAT 2.

F
To activate the STA 2 function, go to the programme mode and press on the
select the STA2

F
function using the

function key.

To activate or deactivate this mode press on the


the selected mode is active.

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key, then

key, a point (.) is displayed indicating that

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5. FRAME FUNCTION
The frame function helps :

to add the line feed (L.F.,"Line Feed") at the end of each test frame sent on the
RS 232 line,
to add line feed at the end of sequence. This helps to separates the test blocks,
making the reading of results very easy,
to set conditions for the transmission of results. The condition is same as the
chaining function.
Key in ACCESS position
Press on the
FUNCTION key

no

Fram message
displayed ?
yes
Press on START

no

Fram message
displayed ?

Press on DOWN arrow


yes
Press on the FUNCTION button
and on the UP & DOWN arrows
adjust the number of the end of line
at the end of test (Line test from 0
to 99)

Press on the FUNCTION button


and on the UP & DOWN arrows
adjust the number of carriage
returns at the end of sequence
(Line sequence from 0 to 99)

Press on the FUNCTION button


and on the UP & DOWN arrows
to move pointer
Press on START to activate or
deactivate a condition
Turn the keyton CYCLE position
to validate the parameters

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Right display
Cheker
Activated function
8

2 1

RESULTS EDITING CONDITIONS


1. Good part (default value)
2. Reject 1 ; 2 and alarm
3. Reject ground continuity
4. Reject AC DC dielectric strength
5. Reject Power / Current / Angle
6. Reserved
7. Reject insulation resistance
8. Reserved

Default Value :
0 line feed between the frames (Line test 00)
1 line feed between the sequence (Line sequence 01)
All the transmission conditions are activated

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6. COLOUR
The COLO (colour) function is to print the results put out in a different colour, generally red.
This function is meant for a specific printer whose technical characteristics allow use of different
printing colours (consult us).
Colour printing is done when at least one condition is fulfilled
( non exclusive OR).
Key in ACCESS position
Press on FUNCTION
key

no

CoLo message
displayed ?
yes
Press on START

no

CoLo message .
displayed ?

yes
Press on the DOWN arrow
Press on the UP and DOWN arrow
to move the pointer
Press on START to activate or
deactivate
Turn the key to CYCLE position
to validate the parameters

Right display
Cheker
Activated function
8

2 1

COLOR CONDITIONS
Good part (default value)
Reject 1 ; 2 and alarm
Reject ground continuity
Reject AC DC dielectric strength
Reject Power / Current / Angle
Reserved
Reject insulation resistance
8. Reserved

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Default Value : bad part.


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7. FUNCTION OF THE DATE AND TIME RECORDER


The Horo function (time-recorder) sends :
the date and the start time to the equipment,
the date and time result at the end of line,
the date and time of transmission to the counters.
To activate the time recording function go to programme mode then :

F
press on the

key, select the function Horo

To activate or deactivate this mode press on


mode is active.

with the help of

keys.

, a point (.) is displayed indicating the selected

Updating the date and time on the date and time recorder

After activating the "Horo" function, press on the DOWN


day.

, the first function displayed is the

F
Display the Day required with the help of
, then press on the
key to update the day.
This validation passes automatically to the following step, i.e. the Month.
Proceed in the identical manner for setting :
- month,
- year,
- hour,
- minutes,
- seconds.
Turn the key to CYCLE position

to update.

Note : the time recorder function does not count leap years.

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8. START TEST DELAY TIME MODE


The function Tsdt (Test start delay time) delays the start of the test.
Key in ACCESS position
Press on the
FUNCTION button

no

Message Tsdt
displayed ?
yes
Press on the START
button

no

Message Tsdt.
displayed?

yes
Press on the DOWN arrow
Press on the UP and DOWN
arrows to display the time required
(99.9 sec max.)
Turn the key to CYCLE position
to validate the parameters

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9. COUNTER MODE
The counter function helps to test by sequence :
number of total parts,
number of Passes,
number of Fails,
to reset the counter or counters to zero,
to print all the counters.
Key in ACCESS position
Press on the
FUNCTION button

no

Message Tsdt
displayed ?
yes
Press on the START
button

no

Message Tsdt.
displayed?

yes
Press on the DOWN arrow
Press on the UP and DOWN
arrows to display the time required
(99.9 sec max.)
Turn the key to CYCLE position
to validate the parameters

!"!#$

indicated on the left display, total number of cycles done since last reset at zero. The 3
indicators (reject 1, good part and reject 2) are lighted.

Pass

indicated on the left display, total number of good parts. The green indicator is lighted.
pass
indicated on the left display, total number of bad parts. The two red
indicators are lighted (reject 1 and reject 2).

reject

rSt

This function helps to reset the zero of the current sequence counters.
To reset these counter at zero press on

. during the reset to zero the right display

shows - - - - .
A the end of the reset the left display indicates the No. of the sequence and the right
display indicates %&!''' .
Prt

This function helps to print the counters of all the sequences on pressing

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10. ROTARY SWITCH FUNCTION


The rotary switch function helps to define the method of test :
either by automatic reset to zero,
or by a manual reset to zero.
Key in ACCESS position
Press on the
FUNCTION key

no

Rot.s.message
displayed ?
yes
Press on START

no

Rot.s message
displayed?
yes

Press on the DOWN arrow


Select the required RESET mode
or STOP with the help of UP and
DOWN arrows
Turn the key to CYCLE position
to validate the parameters

Default Value
The default values are those of the "hardware" of the rotary switch which are on the CPU board.
Description of the positions of the rotary switch :
0 / 2 / 8/ A
1/3/9/B
4/6/C/E
5/7/D
F

Stop DC end of cycle if Fail,


Stop AC end of cycle if Pass,
DC end of cycle & automatic Reset,
AC end of cycle & automatic Reset,
Reserved position for calibration.

Note : the duration of the pulse at the end of pulsed cycle at its maximum is 500 ms.

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11. FUNCTION KEY


The Lock function disables the START and RESET buttons on the front panel to oblige the
operator to use the bi-manual remote control for Start or Reset.

To activate the function key go to the programme mode :


+

F
press on the

key, select the function

LOC

To activate or deactivate this mode press on the


mode is active.

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keys.

, a point (.) will indicate that the selected

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12. OFFSET EARTH CONTINUITY FUNCTION


The function OFEC (OFfset Earth Continuity (earth) allows subtraction from the test result of a
value between 0 et 200 m. If the test result is negative (very big offset), an error message is
displayed.
Key in ACCESS position
Press on the
FUNCTION key

no

Ofec message
displayed ?
yes
Press on START

no

OFec message
displayed?

Press on DOWN arrow


Select the offset value with the
UP and DOWN arrow(200 m
maximum)
Turn the key to CYCLE position
to validate the parameters

Note : the offset earth continuity function is related to the programmed sequence.
In CYCLE mode, if the function if active, the letter C appears to the left of the test
current on the left display. It is also possible to display this correction resistance by
pressing key F.

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13. STARTING THE EARTH CONTINUITY (OR GROUND) MODE


This function allows selection of the type of start given to the equipment for the earth
continuity test (ref. chapter 2 : inside panel of door, the earth continuity connector) :
pulsed : the start is given by the probe,
state (crocodile clip) : start is operated by the START

or by remote control.

If this mode is inactive, the default mode of the equipment is pulsed mode.
Key in ACCESS position
Press on the
FUNCTION key

no

StEc message
displayed ?
yes
Press on START

no

StEC message
displayed?
yes

Press on the DOWN arrow


Choose the required function with
the help o UP and DOWN arrows
Turn the key to CYCLE position to
validate the parameters

Note : in State mode, a strap is needed on the Start cycle input of the probe connector (see

F
Chapter 2: inside of earth continuity connector)

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14. CORRECTION OF THE POWER / CURRENT TEST MODE


This mode allows correction of the test results of the power or current test ( see AMP
function) in relation to a programmed voltage in case the measured voltage differs from
the programmed voltage.
The formula used is as follows :
Unom
Pcor = Pmes

Umes

Pcor : corrected power


Pmeas : power tested
Unom : nominal voltage
Umeas : voltage tested
Key in ACCESS position
Press on FUNCTION

no

Cor message
displayed ?
yes
Press on START

no

Cor message
displayed?
yes

Press on the DOWN arrow


Choose the required value
(270 V maximum) with the help of
UP and DOWN arrows
Turn the key to CYCLE position to
validate the parameters

In CYCLE mode, if the function is active, the letter C appears at the left of the test pressure on

F
the left display. Moreover it is possible to see the correction resistance on pressing

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15. PEAK VALUE MODE


This mode gives the peak value for power or current measured during the test time.

F
Press on the

key till you get the

Pic

mode on the right display.

To activate or deactivate this mode press on the


mode is active.

, a point (.) will indicate that the selected

16. AMPERE MODE


This mode allows selection of current measurement instead of power measurement.

F
Press on

till you get the mode

Amp

To activate or deactivate this mode press on the


selected mode is active.

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, a point (.) will indicate that the

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17. PHASE SHIFT ANGLE MODE


This mode allows checking of the value of the phase shift angle as well as measurement of
current/power. In the cycle the phase shift angle does not display if it is bad & if the result for the
value of the power/current is good.
Key in ACCESS position
Press on FUNCTION

no

Message Angl
displayed ?
yes
Press on START

no

Message Angl.
displayed?
yes
Press on down arrow

Set required value of upper level of


the angle using UP and DOWN
arrows
Press FUNCTION key
Set required value of lower level of
angle using UP and DOWN
arrows
Turn the key to CYCLE position
to validate the parameters

Note : a small - on the left indicates that it is for the higher or lower reject level.

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Chapter 5

ACCESSORIES OF THE ATEQ EP2P


OPTIONAL ELEMENTS
1. REMOTE CONTROL

2 push buttons at the ends (command bi-manual) start cycle pressed

1 RESET button reset cycle to zero

1 button increase sequence number

1 button to decrease sequence number

1 green indicator (PASS)

1 red indicator (FAIL)

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1.1. CONNECTIONS TO THE EQUIPMENT


The remote control connections to the equipment are done with the help of the J15, J17, J18
connectors on the main board inside the door.
!"%
!"""#

!"$

!"#

!"""""#""""$""""%"""""&"""""'""""("""")"""""*

!"""#"""$"""%"""&"""'"""(""")"""*""!+"!!"!#"!$"!%"!&"!'

678519
09A=9859

012345
,-.-/-

:;<=9">3?@3;A
:;<=9"B7889

Length of the cable around 4 m

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2. SAVE MODULE

F AX : +33 (0) 1 30 54 11 00

R E F . : 323.00

NA

The save module secures the software and the parameters of ATEQ.
The save module connects to the RS 232 output. It also allows :
- programming of the equipment immediately with the parameters of the work unit
(loss of parameters, change of equipment),
- programming of other machines of the same series with identical paramters.

The module does not save the configuration of the equipment.

Refer to the program manual.

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3. GROUND CONTINUITY PROBE

6
5
4

3
2
1

Generator + (green)

Measurement + (green/yellow)

Push button (white)

Push button (white)

+ Supply (red)

- Supply (black)

The probe is connected to the J6 connector.

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4. DIELECTRIC INSULATION CALIBRATION CHECK BOX


This box allows checking of the calibration of the instrument in insulation resistance and in
dielectric strength mode. It is connected to the J1 et J2 connectors.

ATEQ

ID

1 M
500 k
200 k

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5 M

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5. EARTH CONTINUITY CALIBRATION CHECK BOX


This calibration box checks the earth continuity calibration of the equipment. It is connected
to the J5 connector.

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Chapter 6 Messages displayed

Chapter 6

MESSAGES DISPLAYED
At the end of test, the result is displayed on the front panel of the equipment.
1. RESULT INDICATOR

+%-

green indicator PASS :


the test result is good and is between the maximum and minimum cut off which were
programmed.

red indicator :
the test conditions were not respected: the test is abandoned.

red indicator :
1. the test result is above the max cut off of reject level and the test is bad Fail.
2. the test result is below the min cut off of reject level and the test is bad Fail.
Note : the Fail indications are combined on the same output on the on/off output J15 on 3 and 4.

2. PRINTING THE RESULTS


A serial interface port RS 232 is available (J19 connector) for the connection of a printer or a P. C.
At the end of the test the results are transmitted on the serial line. It is possible to separate the results by
adding the line feed (L.F. see Chapter 4, Frame Function).

2.1. SPECIFICATIONS OF THE DEFAULT VALUES OF THE SERIAL LINK

9600 bauds,
7 bits,
even parity,
1 stop bit.
See configuration, Chapter 4, counter Mode.

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Chapter 6 Messages displayed

2.2. RESULTS FRAME


1

x
x
Sequence
N

10

11

x
.
x
x
Tests conditions

12

13

14

15

x
x
Unit
A
k
V

16

17

18

19

P
R
R
R

20

21

x
x
State
a
1
2
1

Columns from 22 to 40 for all types of test


22

23

24

25

26

27

x
x
Result

28

29

31

32

33

34

35

x
x
Unit
o
h
A
o
h
o
h

m
m
M
G
A

36

37

38

39

40

m
m
m

Columns from 21 to 40 for power test with phase shift angle test
22

23

24

25

26

x
x
Result

27

28

29

31

32

33

34

Unit

35

36

37

x x
Result

38

39

40

Messages transmitted to the serial port :


States
- R1 reject 1, bad test conditions
- R2 reject 2, value outside the cut off reject
- R12 reject 1 and reject 2
- Pa Pass
- AL alarm (type of non defined test, short circuit )
Result
- Infinite resist
- EEEE
- Short circuit
- ERROFF
negative)

out of range (Insulation Resistance : Pass)


out of range
offset error of earth continuity (offset parameter too high: the result is

Date and Ttme recording


If this function is activated :
each test frame is followed by date and time with the following format :
1

21

22

23

24

25

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26

27

10

11

12

13

14

Y YA

15

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

16

17

18

19

20

36

37

38

39

40

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Chapter 6 Messages displayed


Output examples :
[06] 00. 185 A * : 1R: 0002. 7 mA
Date : 09/07/98 Time: 16: 15: 57
[06] 00. 001 kV * : R2: Short circuit
[06] 00. 000 kV * : R1: 0001. 6 mA
[01] 00237. V * : Pa: 0001. 4 W
[01] 00234. V * : R2: 0909. 1 W
[01] 00235. V * : R2: 0243. 9 W
[01] 00235. V * : R2: EEEE

With Time recording


Without time recording

3. CURRENT MESSAGES

kV
V
A

CYCLE

m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW

Signifies : position of the key in cycle mode, the parameters are valid and the test can be conducted.

kV
V
A

CYCLE

m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW

Signifies : earth continuity test. Pulse mode selected. The equipment is in wait mode for using the probe.

kV
V
A

CYCLE

m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW

Signifies : (insulation resistance test) part to be tested is outside the resistance range. This signifies that
the part tested is good - Pass.

4. ERROR MESSAGES

kV
V
A

CYCLE

m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW

Signifies : type of test not selected.


Action : programme the required test.

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kV
V
A

CYCLE

m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW

Signifies : part to be tested is outside the test range.


Action : see the parameters entered or check the connections of the part to be tested.

kV
V
A

CYCLE

m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW

Signifies : short circuit


Action : check the connections of the part to be tested or the part fails on dielectric strength or insulation
resistance.

kV
V
A
CYCLE

m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW

Signifies : parameter error on the sequence XX


Action : do a zero reset of the sequence (= default parameters), or modify it or the parameters entered.
Note : XX is the sequence number between 00 and 15.

kV
V
A

CYCLE

m
/ M

mA / A
W / kW

Signifies : offset error earth continuity


Action : value of the offset programmed is very high. Reduce it in such a way to have 1 to 2 m below
the desired value.

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Appendices

INTERNAL CONNECTIONS OF THE EQUIPMENT

1. LAYOUT OF THE PANEL INSIDE THE DOOR


J1 J2

J3

J4

J5

J6

J7

J8

RC1

Clavier / Keyboard

J11

J9

J10
J20
J12
J13

J17

J18

F1
J14

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J15

J19

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2. ANALOG INPUTS & OUTPUTS

2.1. ANALOG OUTPUT (VOLTAGE) INSULATION RESISTANCE

J1

Voltage
1 Signal
2 Gnd

12

J1 insulation resistance board (540 25)


1 Signal
2 Gnd

J3 converter board(510 07)


1 Signal
2 Gnd

2.2. ANALOG OUTPUT CONVERTER

J2

converter
1 Signal
2 Gnd

12

2.3. ANALOG

INPUT (VOLTAGE) EARTH CONTINUITY


INSULATION RESISTANCE

DIELECTRIC

POWER

J3
1234

Voltage
measurement
1 - 15 V
2 + 15 V
3 Gnd
4 Signal

EC (393 00 02)
J3
1 - 15 V
2 + 15 V
3 Gnd
4 Signal

DS (595 02)
J4
1 - 15 V
2 + 15 V
3 Gnd
4 Signal

2.4. ANALOG

Power (540 37)


J8
1 - 15 V
2 + 15 V
3 Gnd
4 Signal

INPUT (CURRENT) EARTH CONTINUITY


INSULATION RESISTANCE

DIELECTRIC

IR (540 25)
J4
1 - 15 V
2 + 15 V
3 Gnd
4 Signal

POWER

J4
1234

Current
measurement
1 - 15 V
2 + 15 V
3 Gnd
4 Signal

EC (393 00 02)
J2
1 - 15 V
2 + 15 V
3 Gnd
4 Signal

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J3
1 - 15 V
2 + 15 V
3 Gnd
4 Signal

Power (540 37)


J9
1 - 15 V
2 + 15 V
3 Gnd
4 Signal

IR (540 25)
J3
1 - 15 V
2 + 15 V
3 Gnd
4 Signal

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2.5. ANALOG INPUT PHASE ANGLE


J5
1234

Power (540 37) J7

Angle
measurement
1 - 15 V
2 + 15 V
3 Gnd
4 Signal

1 - 15 V
2 + 15 V
3 Gnd
4 Signal

2.6. ANALOG INPUT GAIN USED FOR THE INSULATION RESISTANCE TESTING
J6
1234

Gain measurement
1 - 15 V
2 + 15 V
3 Gnd
4 Signal

IR. (540 25) J5


1 - 15 V
2 + 15 V
3 Gnd
4 Signal

2.7. SPARE ANALOG INPUT J7


J7
1234

Measurement
1 - 15 V
2 + 15 V
3 Gnd
4 Signal

2.8. SPARE ANALOG INPUT J8


J8
1234

Measurement
1 - 15 V
2 + 15 V
3 Gnd
4 Signal

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3. OTHER CONNECTORS

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

3.1. POWER OUTPUT (SELECTION OF THE BOARDS)

Boards selected

J9

J2 converter board(510 07)


1 : + 24 V
2 : Selection ON/OFF

1 : + 24 V
2 : Selection ON/OFF

J10 Relay board ( 530 17 )


3 : + 24 V
4 : Relay Selection HT 2 : Relay Selection HT

or

10 Relay board ( 530 17 )


4 : Relay Selection HT

J10 Power board ( 540 37 )


5 : + 24 V
6 : Selection gain 1

4 : Selection gain 1

J10 Relay board (530 17) J10 P board (540 37 )


7 : +24 V
2 : + 24 V
8 : Power selection
6 : Selection P 1 : Selection P
Insulation Selection

9 : +24 V
100 V (Gnd)

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J10 P board ( 540 37 ) or


2 / 3 : + 24 V
5: 0 V (Gnd)

J7 RI (540 25)
1 : + 24 V
2 : RI Selection

J7 RI ( 540 25 )
1 : + 24 V
2: 0 V (Gnd)

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3 4 5 6 7 8

3.2. POWER OUTPUTS

Board selected

J10

J4 Ground continuity board( 393 00 )


1 : + 24 V
2 : Selection CT

J4 Ground continuity board ( 393 00 )


1 : + 24 V
2 : Selection buzzer

5 : + 24 V
6 : Selection 50/400Hz

J2 Converter board ( 510 07 )


3 : + 24 V
4 : Selection 50/400 Hz

7 : + 24 V
8 : Dielectric selection

J3 Dielectric board ( 595 02)


1 : + 24 V
2 :Dielectric selection

1 : + 24 V
2 : Selection CT

3 : + 24 V
4 : Selection buzzer

3.3. CONNEXION OF KEYBOARD ON THE PANEL


Clavier / Keyboard

J11

0105/UM-39301C-U

User manual ATEQ EP2P Page 75/76

Appendices

J12

1234

3.4. INPUT SWITCH


1 IT 0
2 Gnd
3 IT 1
4 Gnd

1 J5 Short circuit point for Dielectric Strength (540 03 01)


2 J5 Short circuit point for Dielectric Strength (540 03 01)
2 J5 Start Point Earthcontinuity (393 00 02)
1 J5 Start Point Earth continuity (393 00 02)

123

3.5. FRONT PANEL KEY


J13

1
2
3 not used

3.6. POWER SWITCH

J14

0105/UM-39301C-U

1 Phase
2 Ground
3 Neutral

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