|Mechanical||Dual-setpoint controller boards|
|6 digits, -999,999 to 999,999||10 Amp, 250 Vac contact relays.|
|Red or green LED display||Isolated solid state relays.|
|NEMA-4X (IP-65) front panel||Actuation based on displayed value or control characters.|
|1/8 DIN case||-----|
|Digital interface||Isolated analog output board|
|RS-232 or RS-485||Isolated 0-10 Vdc & 0-20 mA outputs linearized to reading.|
|Addressing of up to 31 remote displays from a single data line||Turns remote display into an isolated transmitter.|
|Worldwide power input||Isolated low-voltage power|
|85-264 Vac, 47 to 440 Hz||9-37 Vdc and 8-28 Vac|
The display consists of six 14.2 mm (.56") high LED digits, available in red or green. The 1/8 DIN front panel is environmentally sealed to NEMA-4X when panel mounted. Standard features include input power from 85-264 Vac or 90-370 Vdc. Low voltage input power from 8-28 Vac or 9-37 Vdc is optional.
The simultaneous display of multiple parameters using multiple remote displays is possible if the sending unit is a Laureate counter equipped with an FR (frequency) or VF (voltage-to-frequency) signal conditioner board. The sending unit may be set up to display any of up to four parameters: Item #1, Item #2, Item #3 or peak. These four parameters are transmitted in sequence, and a remote display can be set up to display any one item in that sequenceOne possibility is to install up to three remote displays in the same control panel as the main Laureate counter to augment its single display. For example, a Batch Controller can show the batch total. The remote displays can show rate, peak rate, and either grand total or number of batches. A yellow indicator light shows which item in the transmitted sequence has been chosen for display.
The relays can respond to the data values transmitted via RS-232/485. The setpoints can be programmed locally from the front panel of the remote display or remotely via RS-232/485.The relays can respond to any of eight control characters transmitted via RS-232/485. These characters can be transmitted by a Laureate meter or counter, thereby assuring that the local and remote alarm points are identical.
With the addition of the scaled analog output and alarm/setpoint capabilities, Laureate remote displays can become significant components of any supervisory monitoring and control system.
|Readout||6 digits, 7-segment, 14.2 mm (.56")||Signal levels||RS-232 and RS-485|
|Color||Red or green LED||Baud rate||300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200|
|Range||-99999 to +99999||No. of multidrop addresses||31|
|Indicators||4 red LED lamps||Address recognition||Choice of 35 characters|
|Operating Temperature||0°C to 55°C||Voltage, std.
||85-264 Vac and 90-370 Vdc
|Storage Temperature||-40°C to 85°C||Frequency
||DC or 49-440 Hz
|Relative Humidity||95% at 40°C, non-condensing||Voltage, opt.||8-28 Vac and 9-37 Vdc
|Protection||NEMA-4X (IP-65) when panel mounted||Power isolation||Safety-rated to 250 Vac, meter ground to earth ground,
DC to 60 Hz, 4.2 kVp per High Voltage Test
|Analog Output Board Option|
|Output levels||(0-20 mA or 4-20 mA) plus 0-10 Vdc||Compliance, 0-10 V||2 mA (5 kohm min load)|
|Compliance, 0-20 mA
||Common ground for channels A & B||Isolation
||Safety-rated to 250 Vac, 4.2 kVp per High Voltage Test|
|Output scaling||To displayed reading||Output Resolution
||12-bit (.025% of FS)|
|Output Nonlinearity||<0.05%||Setup||Via front panel or computer|
|Alarm / Setpoint Board Options|
|Output types||Dual 250 Vac, 10 A relays, or dual isolated AC/DC solid state relays|
|Input||Digital data or control characters received via RS-232/485|
|Setup||Via front panel or computer|
|Displayable Parameters with Laureate Counters|
|FR (Frequency) Signal Conditioner, Non-extended||Item #1: Rate A, total A, time interval, period A.
Item #2: Rate B, total B, period B.
|FR (Frequency) Signal Conditioner, Extended||Item #1: Rate A, total A, rate B, total B, time interval, phase, A+B, A-B, A*B, A/B, A/B-1, batch total, stopwatch.
Item #2: Rate A, total A, rate B, total B, period B, batch grand total, number of batches, accumulated time.
Item #3: Rate B, total B, rate derived from batch, period B.
|VF (V-to-F) Signal Conditioner, Extended||Item #1: Rate, total, batch total.
Item #2: Rate, total, batch grand total, number of batches.
Item #3: Batch rate