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2289

 

Signal calculator

 

  • Two analog inputs
  • Multiple functions
  • Front-programmable
  • 3-digit LED display
  • Version with a Pt100 input
  • Analog output
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Advanced features

  • Programmed via the user interface which consists of a 3-digit display and 3 function keys in the front panel.

Application

  • Operates as a PID controller with an analog or a Pt100 input.
  • Functions include a manual / automatic controller, an analog calculator with a scale function on both inputs, a samplehold transmitter, a peak-hold transmitter, a delay transmitter, a signal limiter, averaging of noisy signals, monitoring of a signal’s slope, or an analog multiplexer.

Technical characteristics

  • The A and B inputs can be programmed to receive current signals in the range 0...20 mA (eg. 4...20 mA), or voltage signals in the range 0...10 VDC.
  • Input A is a linearized Pt100 with a 3-wire connection. input B is an analog current / voltage input.
  • Digital inputs are jumper selectable NPN or PNP.
  • Analog standard current / voltage output of 0/4...20 mA / 0/2...10 VDC.
  • Both the input signals and the output signal can be inverted.
  • Mounting for a standard 11-pole socket which can be adapted for DIN rail or plate use with PR’s 7023 adaptor and 7024 mounting keying. In environments with strong vibrations the PR 7002 can be mounted as an additional safety catch for system 2200 devices on the relay socket.

Environmental Conditions

  • Operating temperature

    -20°C to +60°C

  • Calibration temperature

    20...28°C

  • Relative humidity

    < 95% RH (non-cond.)

  • Protection degree

    IP50

Mechanical specifications

  • Dimensions (HxWxD)

    80.5 x 35.5 x 84.5 mm (D is without pins)

  • Weight approx.

    130 g

Common specifications

  • Supply

  • Supply voltage

    19.2...28.8 VDC

  • Max. required power

    2.7 W

  • Internal power dissipation

    2.4 W

  • Response time

  • Response time

    < 60 ms

  • Signal / noise ratio

    Min. 60 dB

  • Updating time

    20 ms

  • Signal dynamics, input

    20 bit

  • Signal dynamics, output

    16 bit

  • Proportional band (XP)

    0.01...999%

  • Gain, 1/XP =

    0.1...10000

  • Integrating time (TI)

    0...999 s

  • Differentiating time (TD)

    0...999 s

  • Effect of supply voltage change

    < ±0.002% of span / %V

  • Auxiliary voltages: Reference voltage

    2.5 VDC ±0.5% / 15 mA

  • Temperature coefficient

    < ±0.01% of span / °C

  • Linearity error

    < 0.1% of span

  • EMC immunity influence

    < ±0.5%

Input specifications

  • Common input specifications

  • Max. offset

    50% of selected max. value

  • Current input

  • Measurement range

    0...20 mA

  • Min. measurement range (span)

    4 mA

  • Input resistance

    Nom. 50 Ω

  • Voltage input

  • Measurement range

    0...10 VDC

  • Min. measurement range (span)

    200 mV

  • Input resistance

    Nom. 10 MΩ

  • RTD input

  • RTD type

    Pt100 (2289B)

  • Cable resistance per wire

    25 Ω (max.)

  • Sensor current

    Nom. 1.25 mA

  • NPN, digital input

    Pull up 24 VDC / 6.9 mA

  • PNP, digital input

    Pull down 0 VDC / 6.9 mA

  • Pulse length

    > 50 ms

Output specifications

  • Current output

  • Signal range

    0...20 mA

  • Min. signal range

    5 mA

  • Load (@ current output)

    ≤ 600 Ω

  • Load stability

    ≤ 0.01% of span / 100 Ω

  • Current limit

    20.5 mA

  • Voltage output through internal shunt

    See manual for details

  • of span

    = of the presently selected range

Observed authority requirements

  • EMC

    2014/30/EU

  • EAC

    TR-CU 020/2011

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