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Configurable

Indicator - Transmitter
Ascon Tecnologic S.r.l.
via Indipendenza 56,
Universal JM series
27029 - Vigevano (PV)
Tel.: +39 0381 69871,
Fax: +39 0381 698730 JT series for transducers
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
MIU.JM/JT -1/92.06/E
COD. J30-154-1AJM/JT E

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CONTENTS

1 IDENTIFICATION OF MODEL ......................................page 1

2 FUNCTION OF KEYS AND DISPLAYS..........................page 3

3 DIMENSIONS, INSTALLATION ....................................page 5

4 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ....................................page 7

5 ALARMS .......................................................................page 13

6 PASSWORDS ...............................................................page 16

7 PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS..........(see enclosed leaflet)


CONFIGURATION
PARAMETERS

8 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.................(see enclosed leaflet)


SET POINT ALARMS
HOLD FUNCTION

9 TECHNICAL DATA........................................................page 17

SERIAL COMMUNICATION
(see INSTRUCTION MANUAL “supplement serial communica-
tion” MIU.JM/JT-CS/E supplied separately)
1 • IDENTIFICATION OF MODEL

Thank you for having chosen an ASCON indicator-transmitter

The instruments of the JM/JT series belong the last generation of


microprocessor based indicators.
They can be fitted with 2 or 4 alarms and with serial communication
to be inserted in a distributed control network. The operating mode
can be configured, according to the required application.

1.1 Model code

Configuration code Beginning and end


Model code of scale values
JM
A B C D
JT

Power supply A 5832


100 …240V 50 Hz 3
16 …28V 50 Hz and 20…30 Vdc 5
Serial communication B
None 0
20mA C.L. Std Ascon protocol 1
20mA C.L. Modbus/Jbus protocol 2
Retransmission of measurement C
OPTIONS

None 0
4...20 mA 1
0...10 V 2
Alarms D
Without 0
2 alarms 2
4 alarms (only for JM models) 4

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1 • IDENTIFICATION OF MODEL

1.2 Configuration code

Configuration code Beginning and end of


scale
E F G H I L M N O

Model code

E 5832
1st block

Input measurement "X"


F
Alarm Y1 G
Alarm Y2 H
OPZIONI

Only for Alarm Y3 I


2nd block

JM
models Alarm Y4 L

Only for JT Power supply for M


models transducers

Beginning and end of scale N


(only for mA and Volt inputs) O
The instrument is usually configurated in factory.

If at power-up appears

! the indicator IS NOT CONFIGURED 9999

To configure the indicator follow the instructions


for configuration from the enclosed leaflet

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2 • FUNCTION OF KEYS AND DISPLAYS

5832
Flap
door 12 1
Display of
Withdrawal measurement X
screw 11 2
Alarm Y1
Seal 'ON'
IP54 10 3
Alarm Y2
Set point and 'ON'
parameter menu 9 4
Alarm Y3
Select digit 'ON'
8 5
Alarm Y4
Increment 'ON'
digit 7 6
Hold
function
active

DISPLAY
1 - Measurement X Normally: displays the input value expressed in
(green) engineering units

If above the end of scale 8888


____
8888
----
5832
If below the beginning of scale
14 - During programming: displays alternatively the
mnemonic codes and the data values
- During configuration: displays alternatively the 1st
and 2nd block of the configuration code

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2 • FUNCTION OF KEYS AND DISPLAYS

ALARM LEDS
7 - Alarm
2 Uscita 1Y1 (rossa)
1
• The red led (for each alarm)
- flashes to signal the alarm state
- is lit when the alarm has been
3 - Alarm 2
acknowledged and the alarm state is ON
2 again (for ISA A configuration only)

4 - Alarm 3
3

5 - Alarm 4
4

HOLD LED
6 - HLD Function Lit when the function "Peak" or "Valley"
capture or the "Freeze" of the last
HLD measurement is activated

KEYS
7 - Increment digit Increments the value Keys for
of the flashing digit modifying the
from 0...9 numeric values
of all data
8 - Select digit Selects the digit to be (see enclosed
modified leaflet)

9 - Menu
To display or modify the alarm Set points

To scroll the parameters to be programmed


and to enter values

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3 • DIMENSIONS, INSTALLATION

3.1 - Overall dimensions (in compliance with DIN 43700)


14 150 110 min.
150 min.
with
protection IP65
48

Ring with hook and


96 locking screw

protection
60 min.
65 min.

IP65
with
Flap

+0.6
45
+0.8
Advised thickness 92
1 ÷ 16 Panel cutouts
Wiring protection plate

3.2 • Mounting
A • Panel fitting B • Fixing with ring
Install away from:
- heat sources
- corrosive gases
- dusty environments

Holding
hooks

Knurl for hook


hold
Locking
AMBIENT: screws
! Temperature: 0 ÷ 50 °C Seal ring fitting
Humidity: 30 ... 85 RH%

C • Screw locking D • Label for engineering units

5832 if different from


°C remove and
apply label with
requested unit
Pa kPa MPa l/m m
°F %
%
R
H mV V mA

3/h
Nm
3
/h
%
O
C
A kW psi Bar

%
O m
2

! Do NOT force
rh

cross screwdriver labels supplied

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3 • DIMENSIONS, INSTALLATION

A • Terminal board B • Release screw terminals


screw terminals M3.5
1
Plate pin Lift the plate to
Wiring release the pin
protection
plate

Plate
screw

Reference
junction
thermometer 3 golded 2
terminals for rotate the
input signal plate

C • Effecting connections D • Protecting the terminal board


With eyelet Cable wires
terminals section N° 1
rotate the
plate
2
max.6.9

With fork
terminals
1
0.25 ÷ 2.5
max.6.9 AWG
22 ÷ 14

With tinned wire


2
Press the plate to plug
in the pin

2
6÷7

Preferential

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4 • ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS

Although this controller is designed to resist the heaviest disturbances


encountered in industrial environments (level IV of standard (IEC 801-4),
you are advised to keep to the following precautions:

Precautions

Single out supply line from others power lines

Keep away from electromagnetic contactors and motors

! Keep away from SCR power units, especially if with phase


control

Advised wiring

Power supply and outputs wires

A B A B

C D E F C D E F

Low level signal wires

Power supply A Logic inputs C


Relay alarms B Serial communication D
Measurement input E
Measurement retransmission F

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4 • ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS

Wiring diagram for JM models


Single power supply Alarms (option) Measurement
1 100...240 Vac 4 5 retransmission (option)

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Y1 Y3 Y2 Y4 Y5

COM

IL1 IL2 IL3


21 22 23 24
+24 Vdc (power supply for transmitters)

3 Logic inputs 2 Input measurement X

1 2 3 4 6 7 9 10
4…20 mA

TX RX
Pt100
A B B
Serial communication
6 (option)
J, L, K, N,
S, R, T,W
2-wire transmitter i

mA ,Volt, mV

Wiring diagram for JT models - (for transducers)


Single power supply Alarms (option) R. CAL. Retransmission of
1 100...240 Vac 4 5 measurement (option)

11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20
Y1 Y2 Y5

COM

IL1 IL2 IL3


21 22 23 24 28 29
Stabilized power
supply 5/10 Vdc
30 mA

3 Logic inputs

1 2 3 4 7 9

TX RX

Serial communication Transducer


6 (option) 2

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4 • ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS

1 • Single power supply


Power supply
"Switching" type
• Standard: 85…264Vac, 50 Hz
• Low voltage: 18…28Vac, 50 Hz
20…30Vdc
11 12 Power: 4VA

2.1 • Input of measurement "X" for JM models - Universal


A - For THERMOCOUPLES
• Observe polarity
7 9 • For extension, use a
compensation cable suitable for the
thermocouple used
• The eventual shield must be well earthed
at only one end
Line
max. 150 Ω

B - For RTD Pt100


• For 3-wire connection, use cables of the
7 9 10 same section (min. 1mm2)
• For 2-wire connection, use cables of
adequate section (min. 1,5mm2 )
Note:
A B B
with a 15 m. probe to controller
distance and a 1.5 mm2 section cable,
for 3-wire connection only the error is about 1 °C.
Line max. 20 Ω per wire

C • For, mA dc, V dc For 2-WIRE TRANSMITTER 3 or 4-WIRE TRANSMITTER

+24 Vdc +24 Vdc +24 Vdc


Ri com. Ri Ri
6 7 9 6 7 9 6 7 9

Auxiliary
supply for
transmitter Input i 4…20 mA i
mA, mV, Volt Transmitter 4…20 mA
Ri = 30 Ω for mA
X Transmitter X
Ri = 10 KΩ for Volt

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4 • ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS

Schema
2.2 • Input
di for
collegamento
JT models for transducers

• Power supply for bridge:


28 (+) 29 (—) stabilized 5Vdc
or 10 Vdc ±5%
(programmable from keyboard
17 18 max. current 30 mA)
Calibrating
contact • Input: 7 (+) 9 (—)
0...60 mV or 0...300 mV
(selectable in configuration)
Stabilized
power 28 29
supply
5/10Vdc
Note:
The calibrating contact makes easy
and fast the "span" calibration

7 9

Transducer
Calibration resistor
(80% span)

3 • Logic inputs

21 22 23 24 The permanent closing of the external


contacts C1, C2, C3 allows:
COM IL1 IL2 IL3 • To freeze the measurement (C1)
C1 • To store a peak (C2)
C2
• To acknowledge alarms (C3)
C3
(Only for ISA alarm, C3 has to be
External contacts closed for at least 2 sec)

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4 • ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS

4 • Contact alarm outputs (options)


A • JM models, with 2 alarms

Loads V~

13 14 16 17
Y1 Y2

Alarm 1 Alarm 2 2 or 4 contacts, rated


5A/250Vac for resistive
B • JM models, with 4 alarms loads (switchings 2x105
m i n . a t 5 A / 2 5 0 Va c )
For the choice of type
and operating mode see
Loads Loads V~
page 14

13 14 15 16 17 18 !
Y1 Y3 Y2 Y4
In case of power cutoff,
the relays are
Alarm Alarm Alarm Alarm deenergized and
1 3 2 4 therefore the contacts
C • JT models, with 2 alarms are open

Loads V~

13 14 15
Y1 Y2

Alarm Alarm
1 2

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4 • ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS

5 • Retransmission of measurement, output Y5 (option)

It is galvanically isolated:

4..20 mA, max. 10Vdc, load 500Ω max.


19 20 or
0..10Vdc, max 20 mA, load 500Ω min.
Y5

Load

6 • Serial communication (option)


TX RX
Interface 20 mA C.L. passive
1 2 3 4 and galvanically isolated

See Instruction Manual


Zener "SUPPLEMENT SERIAL
2,7 V
Transmission COMMUNICATION
MIU.-CS/E"
supplied separately
Reception
Note
Zener 2,7 V Only for 20mA C.L.

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5 • ALARMS

1 • SELECTING THE OPERATING MODE


In order to define the alarm operating mode select for each alarm:
See leaflet: 7 • Programming instructions
In configuration phase (See configuration code, indexes G-H-I-L)
1° TYPE OF 2° ALARM ACTION MODE
ALARM
H
Disabled Activated above the Hysteresis
threshold
Normal Alarm state

Threshold (Set point)

With ISA A H
Hysteresis
sequence and
acknowledgement Activated below the
Alarm state
threshold

Threshold (Set point)

In programmation phase (See alarm configuration, indexes from Ø to 7)


3° ALARM INHIBITION 4° STATE OF 5° SAFETY STATE
MODE AT CONTACT IN CASE OF
STARTUP INPUT FAILURE

Disabled In alarm state


NO closes
Enabled
ON NON-Alarm
Startup
state
Slope up
alarm
threshold

alarm alarm
In alarm state
action
inhibited
action
activated NC opens
OFF
alarm Alarm
threshold state
Slope down
Startup

Note: 3°-4°-5° with the end are preset in factory (default) with the
configuration index 7

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5 • ALARMS

2 • OPERATION
A • Normal type
Example with normal type alarm, activate high and state of contact NO
(in alarm closes)
NON-alarm ALARM Return to
state state NON-alarm

Measurement
Alarm Set point

NO State of contact
Flashes Led state

B • -With ISA A sequence


Example with alarm with ISA A sequence, activate high and state of
contact NC (in alarm opens)
NON-alarm ALARM Return to
state state NON-alarm
Acknowledgement in ALARM state
Measurement
Alarm Set point

NC State of contact
Flashes lit Led state

NON-alarm ALARM Return to NON-alarm


state state
Acknowledgement in
Measurement NON-alarm state
Alarm Set point

NC State of contact
Flashes Flashes Led state

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5 • ALARMS

3 • ALARM ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (for iSA A only)


Acnowledgement Moment of LED
mode acnowledgement Alarm
In alarm acknow-
ledged
Pressing the key

Measurement is
IL3
again in alarm Lit
state (see Note)
21 24
Closing C3 or at Measurement is
C3
least for 2 sec. come back to
NON-Alarm state
Switched
Flashes off

! In case of mains cutoff, relay is deenergized and the relative


contact is open

Note:
Switched off when Measurement return to NON-alarm state

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6 • ACCESS CODE

In order to protect the configuration or some important parameters


against inadvertent alterations or tampering, during programming it is
necessary to enter password

6.1 Password of access to configuration 3333

Enter password of access to configuration


WpAss (see enclosed leaflet)
3333
NO
Return to normal
OK operation
YES
Enter configuration

6.2 Password of access to the parameter group 1111

Enter password of access to the parameter group


WpAss (see enclosed leaflet)
1111
NO
Return to normal
OK operation
YES
Enter into parameter
group

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12 • TECHNICAL DATA

A/D Converter: 50.000 points


Measurement
62 msec.
Common sampling time
features Time constant of
0 …30 sec
measurement filter:
Input shift: -50 … +50 digit

RTD: Pt100Ω , (IEC 751), line 20Ω max. (3-wires)

Input Thermocouples J-K-N-S-R-T-W (IEC 584),


L (DIN 43710), line 150Ω max
measurement
mA dc 4..20mA, _0..20mA, Ri 30Ω with or
(configurable) without 2√
0..60mV, 0..300mV, Ri 10MΩ
Type
0..1Vdc, 0..10Vdc,
_ Ri 10KΩ with With
or without 2√ configurable
mV dc
V dc 0..60mV, 0..300mV, Ri 10MΩ scale
(JT models only) engineering
Zero: within±10% of the measurement units
range
End of scale: at 80% of scale span
Accuracy 0.2% ±1 digit for input for RTD or thermocouples
(at 25°C amb.) 0.1% ±1 digit for input in current or voltage

Auxiliary 24 Vdc ± 10%, 20 mA max for 2-wire or 3 or 4-wire transmitters


power
supplies 5 or 10Vdc ±5% selectable,
30 mA max. for bridge transducers (JT models only)
Auxiliary 3 logic to freeze the measurement, store a peak,
inputs acknowledge alarms
Relay output 1 contact, 5A/250 Vac max.
Red led, flashing in alarm state, lit after
Signalling acknowledgement (if configured with ISA A
sequence only)
Set point: settable within the scale

Alarms Hysteresis: 0.1 … 10.0 % scale span


Y1 - Y2 - Y3 - Y4
configurable (for Action delay 0 …100 sec.
every alarm)
Type: Disabled, normal, with ISA A
sequence In configuration
(indexes
Action mode: Active above or below the threshold G-H-I-L)

Contact state NO closes in alarm state


NC opens in alarm state In
programming
Security in case of anomaly ALARM state (see
NO alarm state instructions
Alarm inhibition at startup: Disabled or enabled operation separately)

Hold function Stores a max. or min. peak or freezes the last


measurement effected (see operative instructions)

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12 • TECHNICAL DATA

Retansmission Current output: 4..20mA (500Ω max, 10Vdc max) galvanically


of meas.
isolated
output Y5 (option) Voltage output: 0..10Vdc (500Ω min, 20mA max)
Serial
Passive and galvanically isolated interface 20 mA C. L.
communication
For other data see manual MIU.-CS/E
(option)
Access to parameters by password

Access to Set point 3 levels modification, indication only, no access


Protections:
Immunity to disturbances: level IV, standard IEC 801-4

Storing data in non-volatile memory for unlimited time


Standard model 100..240V, 50Hz, -15% + 10% 250 Vac max.
Single power
supply Low voltage model 24V, 50Hz, -15% + 10% or 24Vdc ± 15%
Isolation group C according to VDE 0110
Climatic group KWF according to DIN 40040
Ambient temperature 0..50°C, humidity 35..85HR%
General
Protection Front: IP54 standard (IP65 with Kit F10-170-2A101)
features
Case: IP30, terminal board IP20
Material Self-estinguishing 94V1
Weight about 480 gr.
Dimensions 48x96, depth 150 mm., according to DIN 43700

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GUARANTEE

The equipment is guaranteed free from


manufacturing defects for 1 year after
installation, for a maximum of 18 month
after delivery.
Faults caused by use other than that
described in the operating instructions
are excluded from the guarantee.

Ascon SPA
Via Falzarego, 9/11
20021 Bollate (Milano) Italy
Tel. 02 333371 - Fax 02 3504243
7 • PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS • JM and JT SERIES INDICATORS
KEYS AND DISPLAY FUNCTIONS MENU
Enter the functions menu pressing successively the key
DISPLAY From normal operation
normal during
operation programming

Measurement
Mnemonic codes
and data Conf. par.
values

KEYS
Display of the first

278.5
block of the Access to parameters

6021
Select of parameters

pAss
menu and configuration configuration code
Entering password of
access to parameters
Increment digit second block of
To modify (see cap. 6 page 16)
the configuration
data code NO
values Select digit OK
Access to configuration SI
Access and
Enter
of parameters
and configuration pAss Entering password of
access to configuration
! Index of access to Set Ac.s.p
If not configured at the point menu (see below)
(see chap. 6 page 16)
power up appears 2 0...2
t.fil
9999
NO Time constant of the
Hold function Alarm OK input filter
activated leds YES and the configuration is 1 0…30 sec
LEDS entered directly Hold function index
(see below)
Hold
ALARM CONFIGURATION INDEXES
Con.1 entering the 4 indexes E, 0 2...0...+2

State of contact during normal operation State of contact in case of input failure Index
F, G, H, the first block of
the configuration code
Storing time of t.Hld
Alarm (safety state) Co.yn measurement
inhibition
Con.2 entering the 3 indexes 0 0,5…999,9 sec
d.d.
at startup Condition State of contact Led Condition State of contact Led
I, L, M, the second block Resolution index of

0
NON-alarm OFF of the configuration code indication (see below)
NON-alarm NC opens OFF 0 0…6
ALARM NO closes
Only for configurable scales
Input shift
0 -50…+50 digit
In.sh
NON-alarm

ALARM NO closes
OFF
ALARM NO closes 1 sc.d.d Number of decimal digits
0…3 0
Enabled

2
Only for models with serial communication
NON-alarm OFF

sc.Io
NON-alarm NO OFF Beginning of scale value (see manual supplied separately)

s.C.Ad
closes
ALARM NC opens
from beginning of scale Address of
to end of scale

3
serial communication
NON-alarm OFF 0 0…63
sc.hi
End of scale value
ALARM NC
s.C.b.r
opens from beginning of scale
ALARM NC opens Baud rate
to end of scale serial communication
NON-alarm

ALARM NO closes
OFF
NON-alarm NC opens OFF 4 sq.rt. Square root*
0 - exluded
Note*
1 0…4 (see note 2)
As the following formula: Parity index s.C.pa
1 - enclosed X VIS%=10 • XIN% serial communication

5
NON-alarm OFF 0 0…4 (see note 3)
ALARM NO 0
closes XIN% = percentage
ALARM NO closes Only for models with alarms input value Only for models with retransmission of
Disabled

6
XVIS%= percentage measurement Y5
Co.y1
NON-alarm OFF display value
NO
y5Io
NON-alarm closes OFF Alarm configuration
10 = linearization Value of measurement
ALARM NC opens
index Y1
constant
0…7 7w corresponding to 0% of

7 Co.y2
NON-alarm OFF the retransmitted signal Y5

y5hi
ALARM NC Alarm configuration
opens Value of measurement
ALARM NC opens
index Y2
0…7 7w corresponding to 100%
of the retransmitted
The index 7 is set in factory (default) and it is the one normally used for an alarm contact.
signal Y5

Co.y3
Note 2
! The index 5 is the one normally used when the contact is employed for a control action. In case mains cutoff
the relay is deenergized and its contact is therefore opened.
Alarm configuration
index Y3
Baude Rate
9600 * 0
Only for models with alarms
0…7 7w 1
t.deI
4800

Co.y4 2
2400 Delay at alarm action
Alarm configuration 1200 3 0…100 sec
CONFIGURATION CODE index Y4 600 4 0
0…7 7w
Hy. I
* Only for B = 2
Input type, scale range (2) E F Type and operating mode, Alarm Y2 Hysteresis of alarm Y1
H
RTD Pt 100 -200…600°C 0 0 Disabled 0 ! Note 3
0.1...10.0% scale span
IEC 751
Pt 100 -99.9...300,0°C 1 0 1 Only for JT models for transducers
0::50
Hy. 2
Active high
Parity Protoc.
Type J 0...600°C 2 0 Normal
Active low 2 if at power-up Input: None 0 Ascon Hysteresis of alarm Y2
Type W 0 ...2200°C 2 2 With ISA A Active high 3 appears 0…60 mV or Odd 1 Ascon 0.1...10.0% scale span
2 Ascon
9999
* Type L 0 ...600°C 3 0 sequence 4 0…300 mV Even 0::50 2 alarm
Active low None* 3 Modbus
4 0 CAl.0
option
Type K 0 ..1200°C Zero calibration None* 4 Jbus
Thermocouples
Type N 0...1200°C 5 0 Type and operating mode, Alarm Y1 G the indicator IS NOT within ±10% of the * Only for B = 2

Hy. 3
IEC 584
6 0 0 CONFIGURED measurement range
For JM models

Type S 0...1600°C Disabled Hysteresis of alarm Y3


Type R
Type T
0...1600°C
-100..400°C
7
8
0
0
Normal
Active high
Active low
1
2
(see procedure)
CAl.f End of scale calibration
at 80%of the
0.1...10.0% scale span
0::50
4...20 mA Conf. eng. units 9 0 With ISA A Active high 3 measurement span Hysteresis of alarm Y4 Hy. 4
_

9 1 4
with or without 2√

sequence
0...20 mA Conf. eng. units Active low 0.1...10.0% scale span
0...60 mV Conf. eng. units 9 2 End of configuration sequence 0::50 4 alarm
End of parameter
0...300 mV Conf. eng. units 9 3 sequence
option
0...1V Conf. eng. units 9 4 Note: FACTORY SET VALUES (DEFAULT)
9 5
INDEX OF ACCESS TO SET POINT Ac.sp
.
0...10V Conf. eng. units

6021 6021
First block of 4 MODIFICATION OF A VALUE
0...60 mV calibrate Conf. eng. units 9 6 configuration code
JT

9 7
Conf. eng. units
2
0...300 mV calibrate
E,F,G,H It is possible to modify any numeric field by changing

3400
Visible and modification Index
* Fe-Const Din 43710
each digit in turn. The modified digit flashes.
Type and operating mode, Alarm Y3 I Sercond block of When it is displayed the mnemonic code of the value to be Visible but NO MODIFICATION Index 1
Disabled 0
1
configuration code
I,L,M
modified appears
Press the key to display the value and then modify it
NOT VISIBLE and NO MODIFICATION Index 0
Active high
JM - JT

Normal
2
RESOLUTION INDEX OF INDICATION d.d.
Active low
With ISA A Active high 3 Example: to change 250 to 260
sequence
Active low 4 0250 Press to select the required digit. Index O 1 2 3 4 5 6
Each successive press of this button moves the
flasfing digit one place to the left. Resolution 1 2 5 10 20 50 100
Type and operating mode, Alarm Y4 L
Disabled 0
1
0 2 5 0
Normal
Active high
Active low 2
Excitation voltage for transducer (JT models) M
0 0250 HOLD FUNCTION INDEX (see leaflet)
JM

None (JM models)


With ISA A Active high 3 5 Vdc ± 5% 30 mA max 1
2
Press to increment the selected digit to
the desired value. (the first digit to the left Disabled 0
sequence 4
Active low 10 Vdc ± 5% 30 mA max
between 9 and 0 displays the sign -) Peak 1
0 9
The value of measurement is
Note: can be configured in engineering units stored for a time preset t.HId
-1
1 The code of a non configured between -999 and 9999. The values 0260 Valley
instrument, is 9999 - 999.*
2 For input in mA and Volts the
can be expressed in units (xxxx), in
tenths (xxx,x), hundredths (xx,xx) or
Press to accept the entered value.
For time-out parameters the value is
With the external contact on the Peak 2
-2
logic input IL1 the value of
beginning and end of scale values thousandths (x,xxx). automatically accepted after 10 seconds measurement is stored for the
Valley
about. entire closing time of the contact
8 • OPERATIVE INSTRUCTIONS • JM and JT SERIES INDICATORS
KEYS AND DISPLAY HOLD FUNCTION

DISPLAY

normal during
operation programming
Mnemonic codes
Measurement and data
values

KEYS

278.5
Select of parameters
menu and configuration Function Activating mode Duration Note
Startup from external contact
Increment digit (see fig. 1) For all This function
To modify the prevents further
data IL2
closing acquisitions of
values Select digit 21 23 time measurement and
MEASUREMENT of C2 freezes also all
FREEZING C2 the other
Access and of parameters functions of the
Enter and configuration Closing instrument
permanently C2

Automatic startup
Hold function Alarm (see fig.2)
activated leds
Setting up during
programming: For Hold
LEDS
• Hold function index, time
1 for max peak, t.Hld
SET POINT ALARMS MENU -1 for min peak set in
• Hold time t from advance
It is displayed only for models with alarms
0.5…999.9 sec.

It is possible to protect the Set points from This function does


inadvertent tampering setting up the index of Startup from external contact
not inhibit the
access Ac.sp from 0..2 (see leaflet) MEASUREMENT (see fig. 3)
acquisition of
"PEAK" Setting up during
OR
measurement and
programming:
Index 2 Set points visible and modification "VALLEY"
• Hold function index,
therefore alarms
Index 1 Set points visible but NO modification CAPTURE 2 for peak,
and
Index 0 Set points not visible and therefore AND STORAGE retransmission
-2 for valley For all remain operative
NO modification
the
The Set point menu is entered pressing closing
successively the key time
IL1 of C1

From normal operation 21 22


C1

Closing
permanently C1

s.p. 1 Set point Alarm 1


(only if activated) Fig. 1 Hold function activated from the closing of an external contact to display an
instantaneous desired value, for example weightings with weighting cells

s.p. 2 Set point Alarm 2


(only if activated)
Freezing of last measurement

Further acquisitions of measurements


not allowed
2 Alarm
option

s.p. 3 Set point Alarm 3


(only if activated)
Closing of the external contact on
the logic input LI2
ON

OFF

Fig. 2 Hold function automatically to display for example maximum peaks of rapid
phenomena

s.p. 4 Set point Alarm 4


(only if activated)
t Hld

t Hld

4 Alarm
option
Storing peaks for a time tHld
MODIFYING SET POINT
Fig. 3 Hold function activated from the closing of an external contact to display, for
It is possible to modify any Set point value by changing example, maximum peaks for a long period
each digit in turn. The modified digit flashes.
When it is displayed the mnemonic code of the value to be
modified appears
Press the key to display the value and then modify it

Example: to change 250 to 260


0250 Press to select the required digit. Storing peaks

Each successive press of this button moves


the flasfing digit one place to the left.
0 2 5 0 External
contact

0250 Press to increment the selected digit to


closing on
the logic
output LI1
ON

OFF
the desired value. (the first digit to the left
between 9 and 0 displays the sign -)
0 9
0260 Press to accept the entered value.
For time-out parameters the value is
automatically accepted after 10 seconds
about.

ASCON spa
Ospiate di Bollate (Milano), Italy MIU. JM/JT - 2/94/11/E