D PEN AND MULTIPOINT 100 mm DIGITAL RECORDERS

DPR100 C/D PEN AND MULTIPOINT 100 mm DIGITAL RECORDERS EN0I-6021 March 2010 PRODUCT SPECIFICATION SHEET PRODUCT DESCRIPTION The DPR 100 C and D rec...
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DPR100 C/D PEN AND MULTIPOINT 100 mm DIGITAL RECORDERS EN0I-6021

March 2010

PRODUCT SPECIFICATION SHEET

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION The DPR 100 C and D recorders are designed to meet the recording needs for most recording applications. They provide clear and easy to understand charts, full chart documentation and a wide choice of ranges and actuations that allows the user to document the process and what has occurred. The two versions are: DPR 100C: 1 to 3 continuous pen DPR 100D: 3 or 6 channel multipoint. Their large bright display, together with their outstanding chart visibility and fluorescent illumination makes it easy to read and interpret from a considerable distance.

DPR100 C 1 to 3 continuous pens

DPR100 D 3 or 6 channel multipoint

They are particularly suitable for chemicals, pharmaceuticals, power generation, metals, environmental monitoring and food processing applications.

MAIN FEATURES • •



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100 mm chart width (DIN 16230). 0.1 % accuracy full scale (IEC 873) applicable on a very wide choice of actuations and of ranges. Each input span is adjustable within the selected range, with up to 2 ranges per channel. Universal input board (T/C, RTD, mV, mA). Alphanumeric display: 12 digits or bargraphs, adjustable brightness. Roll or fan fold chart. Fully documented chart with trace colour assignment, alarm trend in red, tagging, zooming, zoning, trend or tabular print outs, Messages for all inputs up to 500 mm/h. Up to 10 traces (6 analogue, 4 digital inputs) on the multipoint DPR 100D

Permanent operation up to 50°C (120°F) with fanfold, 60 °C (140°F) with chart roll.



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Full configurability thru: front keys and interactive program menu in 6 languages as standard, Optional: by Honeywell supplied PC software connected via the front jack, or by communication, with multilevel password security. 12 user configurable messages alarms or recorder events. 4 lines batch header automatically incremented and saved in case of power failure. Event precursor mode. Firmware upgrades via the front jack . Input calibration traceability (audit-trail). 12 alarm set points, assignable to any input, math result, comm signal. 2 configurable chart speeds, selectable via alarm, logic input, front keys andcommunication.



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Universal power supply 85 to 264 VAC 50/60 Hz, 24 or 48 AC/DC IP 54 front protection (IEC 529). Compact dimensions: 144 x 144mm x 245mm (5.67” x 5.67” x 9.7”)

OPTIONS • • •

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Up to 12 relay outputs assignable to (14 characters each). Up to 4 logic inputs. Mathematic packages, with the results saved in case of power failure. Math functions can be interconnected. 24 VDC transmitter power supply. Communication: ASCII, MODBUS RTU CSA approved. UL Listed. 2 Current output 4 to 20 mA option configurable on Analog Inputs, Maths or Communication.

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Clear and fully documented chart

DPR100 C/D

The best chart in the industry With the roll chart, more than 90mm of of chart is visible at any time. When fan fold paper is used, up to 80mm of chart is visible Pen Multipoint

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High printing performance

DPR100 C/D

DPR100 C Pen Recorder: Writing Speed Chart Speed

Chart documentation

Up to 700 mm/hr

Up to 28 in/hr

Chart fully documented

700 to 1000 mm/hr

28 to 40 in/hr

Alarm messages but no chart scales

1000 to 6000 mm/hr

40 to 240 in/hr

Traces only

DPR100 D Multipoint Recorder: Writing Speed #Inputs (See Note 1)

Continuous traces in colour with full chart documentation mm/hr (in/hr)

Dotted traces in colour with full chart documentation

Dotted traces in colour without chart range markings. Alarm messages are printed.

1

10 to 1200 (0.5 to 48)

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1200 to 1500 (48 to 60)

2

10 to 925 (0.5 to 37)

925 to 1000 (37 to 40)

1000 TO 1500 (40 TO 60)

3

10 to 775 (0.5 to 31)

775 to 1000 (31 to 40)

1000 TO 1500 (40 TO 60)

4

10 to 650 (0.5 to 26)

650 to 1000 (26 to 40)

1000 TO 1500 (40 TO 60)

5

10 to 550 (0.5 to 22)

550 to 1000 (22 to 40)

1000 TO 1500 (40 TO 60)

6

10 to 475 (0.5 to 19)

475 to 1000 (19 to 40)

1000 TO 1500 (40 TO 60)

7

10 to 400 (0.5 to 16)

400 to 1000 (16 to 40)

1000 TO 1500 (40 TO 60)

8

10 to 350 (0.5 to 14)

350 to 1000 (14 to 40)

1000 TO 1500 (40 TO 60)

Note: Number of traces: up to 6 analogue inputs and 4 digital event traces.

Easy configuration

DPR100 C/D

Front Configuration A user friendly program with local language prompts (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Swedish) permits a full configuration of the recorder using the 6 front keys. A Multi level password protects against unauthorized changes to the configuration. 2 different product configurations can be stored in the memory.

PC Configuration Via the front communications jack the recorder can be configured from a personal computer using an optional PC interface module. In addition to the configuration, the PC will provide the ability to upload, download, modify, store the recorder configuration, initiate diagnostic test and provides the facility to linearise up to 2 customised input sensors (50 segments each).

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Easy to install… Easy to use… Easy to maintain

The DPR 100’s compact, modular design and rugged construction reduces spare parts inventory and simplifies maintenance. Its operator-friendly configuration keys, easy to read digital displays, reliable alarm functions and customised charts ensure accurate monitoring and recording of your process. 1. IP54 door 2. Process data is clearly displayed on a large digital display. A 12 digit or bargraph display gives precise values that are visible up to 5 meters from the recorder.

DPR100 C/D

8. The plug-in terminal blocks allow easy maintenance. 7. The universal power supply accepts virtually any AC or DC voltage. 6. The universal input card module with 2 logic and 3 analogue inputs reduces configuration time.

3. The compact pen carriage module and high quality servomotor chart drive ensure reliable operation of the pen carriage and printing mechanism. The ink cartridge and print wheel module are easily removed for quick replacement 5. Simple keys provide easy configuration and operation. Interactive prompt messages confirm modification of the configuration or function. 4. Full configuration of the DPR 100 (any model) can be performed from a PC, having the Honeywell Software, an interface and the front jack.

Two paper types Either roll or fan-fold paper cassettes can be used. Roll paper allows easier reading of historical data during operation and can be used in a wider temperature and humidity range. Alternatively, fan-fold paper allows easier data access when the record is stored.

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DPR 100 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS Technical data Technology

DPR100 C/D Microprocessor based, with non-volatile memory. Flash memory for software upgrade via the front jack.

Analogue inputs DPR 100C pen recorder DPR 100D multipoint recorder

Signal source

Basic mathematics functions Filter Field calibration Burnout Scanning time (solid state relays)

Input impedance Stray rejection

1, 2 or 3 continuous traces. 3 or 6 channels. Inputs are scanned by solid state switches and are galvanically isolated (except for RTD sensor). Thermocouple with individual cold junction compensation. Line resistance up to 1000 ohms T/C, mV, mA, V. RTD Pt 100 3-wire connections, lead resistance per wire 40 ohms balanced. Square Root extraction (√ ) Differential = (UT). A digital filter is configurable per input, 0 to 99 seconds. A channel field calibration - 0% and 100% span - may be made to certify input sensor loop. T/C, mV, Volt, configurable to upscale, to downscale or none. RTD: inherent upscale, mA: inherent downscale. Pen: 1 pen = 160 ms 2 pens = 240 ms 3 pens = 330 ms Mpt: 3 channels = 330 ms / 6 channels = 640 ms. 10 Mohm for T/C, mV inputs. >1 Mohm for volt inputs. Series mode 60 db, Common mode at 250 Vac 130 db (in t/c inputs config.).

Display

12 digit fluorescent display: 8.5 mm (0.33”) high (matrix display) configurable in: - digital PV values with engineering unit in accordance with the input range -1 or 2 bargraphs Can display analogue input, Tags, math results, communication, alarms or event messages.

Brightness

The display brightness is configurable.

Recording span

Pen offset (Pen recorder) Pen cartiage speed

Per input, up to 2 analogueue scales can be configured to be printed on the chart with the engineering unit channel reference and tag name, Each input can be configured differently. Each input can be configured on 0 to 100%, or 0 to 50%, or 50 to 100% of the chart. Distance between pen: 2 mm (0.08”) - Offset compensation configurable. Chart definition: 1 step = 0.2 mm (0.008”). 1 second full scale.

Chart Iength

Fan-fold 18m (59ft) (as DIN 16230)/ Roll 24m (79ft).

Chart speed

Stepping chart motor

1 or 2 chart speeds, fully configurable, selected by a logic input, alarm or configuration. Speed 1: fully adjustable per step of 1 mm/h, within limit Speed 2: fully adjustable per step of 1 mm/h, within limit Pen: 1 to 6000 mm/h (0.04 to 240’’/h), Mpt: 1 to 1500 mm/h (0,04 to 60’’/h). Continuous traces in color, dotted traces in configurable color with regular chart documentation (configurable). Resolution 0,12 mm.

Product configuration



Front configuration

• A very simple and interactive product configuration can be carried out on the product with 6 front keys. A friendly program with prompt messages confirms the operation. The prompt messages can be selected in different languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian or Swedish, A 2-level password protects the unit from non-authorized modification (level 1 = limited access; level 2 = full protection).

PC configuration

• Through the front jack the unit can be configured from a PC through a PC interface. This provides the facility to copy the configuration, modify, store, upload or download the product configuration or make a service diagnostic or upgrade a new software or Iinearize 2 special customer sensors (50 segments each).

Scaling

Zoning

Speed setting

2 product configurations can be stored and selected by the front keys.

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Technical data

DPR100 C/D

Logic inputs Actions

Up to 4 dry contact inputs (1.5 mA - 12 V DC). Change chart speed 1 to speed 2, tab interval 1 to tab interval 2, digital print-out, print message, print inhibit, event trace, print a batch message, tabulate maths calculations. Event marking: Pen: Pen 1 used as operation marker on the right side of the chart for event 1 and on the left side of the chart for event 2. Mpt: 4 traces maximum on the chart. The trace position and the color are configurable.

Alarms Set-point

Function Output

12 alarm set-points, freely assignable to any channel and output relay Full configurability of set-point, hysteresis and alarm type (high, low, rate of change, deviation). Can trigger a message, print channel red in alarm, print in alarm, change the range, change the speed, print digital PV values, trigger the event precursor. 2, or 6, or 12 SPST relay outputs: 2 A, 250 V AC on resistive load. Contact N.C. in alarm condition (configurable in N.O.)

Alphanumeric documentation Messages

Batch header

Process variable

Tag name

12 freely assignable and configurable messages of 14 characters each, including the specific letters used in GE & SW. Can be printed with the date/time on top of the traces by alarms, logic inputs or communication. One batch message of 4 lines of 14 characters, fully configurable, with incremented batch numbers and date/time. Printed through digital input and saved upon power interruption. The traces can be assigned to analogue input, mathematics calculations or communication inputs, and are printed in channel color. Periodic digital printing at intervals configurable from 60 to 480 mm (2.36” to 18.9”). Digital print-out of PV values through alarms, digital inputs, communication or front keyboard. Each channel can be named by 8 characters.

Event precursor Stand-by Downloading

Mathematics package (optional)

The acquisition data is stored in a buffer memory (FiFo) A stand-by message is periodically printed. On event (alarm, digital input, front key, communication) the data is downloaded to be printed on the chart at pre-configured speed. The history before and after the event represents about 50 mm of chart paper. Many functions are available such as: - Basic mathematics functions - Square root - Fo sterilization - Totalization - Mass flows - Energy consumption - Vacuum pressure - Averages - Min, max - Timers - Carbon Potential The maths calculations and results are stored during power interruptions.

Digital communication (optional) Protocols PC Supervision

Autodial

Event Current output (optional) Power supply To transmitters Power consumption

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RS232 ASCII communication to PC application. RS422 or RS485 ASCII Communication output. RS422 or RS485 Modbus RTU communication output. Through ASCII communication, application software gives the facility to read PVs, alarms or event status, to store the information on a file, to send a message to the recorder or to modify the product configuration. The RS232 ASCII communication can dial automatically a phone number of a remote station to send via Modem an Alarm message or a periodic Report. Note: Dialing out via modem autodial can affect data over communications as it uses the same communications port. The recorder can be configured to deliver an output signal (alarm relay) on a recorder event such as burnout, paper cassette out, battery fail, alarm condition or communication interrupted. 2 Current output signals 4 to 20 mA. Configurable on - Analogue Inputs, Mathematics Calculations, or Communication Signals Base Load Resistor 400 ohms. 100 to 240 V AC/DC or 24 or 48 VAC/DC (+10-15% nominal) 24 V, 50 mA typical, 75 mA maximum mA 3 pens & Mpt: 55 VA max. (Active power 30w)

Technical data

DPR100 C/D

Clock timer Format Power interruption Accuracy

Year, month, hour, minute can be set Battery backed (10 years time, 3 years off power) –5 ±10

Packaging Weight Front face Depth Front window Front protection Lock Construction Chart illumination Option

Pen & Mpt: 3.5 kg (7.7lb) 144 x 144 mm (5.67” x 5.67”) according to DIN 43718 245 mm /9.7” behind panel, including terminals and line protection cover Polycarbonate IP 54 (IEC 529) Latch or key (DIN 43832-N) Silicon-free Fluorescent light Rear terminal cover, portable case

Mounting

Panel mounting ± 30° from horizontal.

Wiring

Rear screw terminals, Terminal modules plug onto the instrument boards.

Writing Pen Multipoint

Noise immunity

Safety protection

1 cartridge per pen, fiber tip, 1400 m (4593ft) of trace per color (blue, red, green) 1 print wheel, 6 colors, 250 m (820ft) of trace per color (purple, red, black, green, blue, brown) This product is in conformity with the protection requirements of the following European Council Directives: • 73/23/EEC, the Low Voltage Directive and 89/336/EEC, the EMC Directive. Conformity of this product with any other “CE Mark” Directive(s) shall not be assumed. • EMC Classification: EN 50081-2-1993 Electromagnetic Compatibility – General Emission Standard, Part 2: Industrial Environment. • EN 50082-2-1995 Electromagnetic Compatibility – General Immunity Standard, Part 2:Industrial Environment. • Complies with EN61010-1 and UL 3121 for process control instrumentation. Pollution Degree 2. Installation Category II

Electrical insulation Input to input Input to ground Input to line voltage Line voltage to ground Alarm relay to ground Logic input to ground

Continuous voltage up to 280 VAC or 400 VDC (except for RTD input) Test voltage 2.1 kVDC for 1 minute Test voltage 2.1 kVDC for 1 minute Test voltage 2.1 kVDC for 1 minute Test voltage 2.1 kVdC for 1 minute Test voltage 500 VDC for 1 minute

Temperature Ambient Storage

0 to 60°C (32 to 140°F) - Roll chart 0 to 50°C (32 to 120°F) – Fan fold -40 to +70°C (-40 to +160°F)

Humidity Roll Fan-fold

Vibrations

10 to 90% RH non-condensing 15 to 80% RH non-condensing Frequency 10 to 60 Hz, amplitude 0.07 mm; 60 to 150 Hz, acceleration 1 g

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Accuracy

DPR100 C/D

Reference conditions Temperature Humidity Line voltage nominal Source resistance Seties mode Common mode Frequency nominal

Accuracy

Rated limits and associated drifts

23 °C ± 2 °C (73 °F ± 3 °F) 65 % RH ± 5 % RH ±1% 0 ohms 0V 0V ±1% Accuracy of displayed values: 0.1 % of selected input range (IEC 873) (except for ranges marked **, see below) Cold junction accuracy: 0.5 °C For mA inputs, the accuracy of the input resistor shall be added to the instrument accuracy, Chart resolution: 0,2 mm. Parameter Rated limits Influence on accuracy Temperature 0 to 50°C (32 to 120°F) Fanfold, 0.1% per 10°C (50°F) Cold junction 0 to 60°C (32 to 140°F) Chart Roll 0.3°C /10°C (32.5°F / 50°F) Supply voltage 85 to 264 V AC No influence Source resistance T/C, mV 6 micro V per 100Ω of line resistance 1000Ω mm RTD 0.1°C per Ω in each wire balanced leads 40Ω max. Humidity 10 to 90% RH at 25°C 0.1 % max. Long-term stability 0.1 % per year Vibrations 1.25 mm at 0 to 14 Hz 1 g at 14 to 250 Hz

Extreme conditions: Operating Temperature Humidity

0 to 60°C (32 to 140°F) 10 to 90% RH non-condensing

Storage Temperature Humidity

-40 to +70°C (-40 to 158°F) 5 to 95% RH non-condensing

Minimum system requirements for PC software

DPR100 C/D

NOTE: Make sure you are an “Administrator” before installing the product. •

Windows 7 Professional, Ultimate or Enterprise OS 32-bit or 64-bit edition requires 1 GHz Processor, 2GB RAM and 15GB Hard Disk Space



Windows XP SP1 professional requires a 233 Mhz CPU with 128 MB of RAM



Windows 2000 SP4 professional requires a Pentium 133 Mhz CPU with 64 MB of RAM



Windows NT Workstation 4.0 SP5 requires a 486 Mhz CPU with 32 MB of RAM



Windows 98SE requires a Pentium 150MHz processor with 32 MB of RAM



10MB free on your hard disk for the PC Configuration software.



Recommended video resolution: 800x600 or higher.

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Available ranges Linear 0/10 mV

DPR100 C/D RTD/OHMS

Pt 100 ohm at O°C

Thermocouple J -50/150°C

S 0/1600”C

U -50/150°C

-10/10 mV

** IEC -50/150°C

**JIS -50/150°C

J -581302°F

S 32/2912°F

U -58/302°F

0/20 mV

** IEC -58/302°F **

**JIS -58/302°F

J 0/400°C

S -20/1760”C

U 0/150°C

-20/20 mV

** IEC 0/100°C **

**JIS 0/100°C

J 32/752°F

S -4/3200°F

U 32/302°F

0/50 mV

** IEC 32/212°F

**JIS 32/212°F

J -200/870°C

-50/50 mV

** IEC 0/200°C

**JIS 0/200°C

J -328/1598°F

10/50 mV

** IEC 32/392°F

**JIS 32/392°F

0/100 mV

** IEC 0/400°C

**JIS 0/400°C

L -50/150°C

-100/100 mV

** IEC 32/752°F

**JIS 32/752°F

L -58/302°F

N 32/1452°F

0/500 mV

** IEC -200/500°C

**JIS -200/500°C

L 0/400°C

N 0/1200”C

NiMo 0/1400°C

-500/500 mV

** IEC -3281932°F

**JIS -3281932°F

L 32/752°F

N 32/2192°F

NiMo 32/2552°F

Reference Accuracy Range

L -200/870°C

N -20/1300”C

L -328/1598°F

N -4/2372°F

W-W 26 -20/2320°C

400 to 2300°C

W-W 26 -4/4208°F

750 to 4200°F

0/1 V

U 50/150”C N 0/400°C

U 122/302°F

N 32/752°F

U -200/400°C

N 0/800°C

U -328/752°F

-1/1 V

** Ni 50 ohm -80/320°C

0/2 V

** Ni 50 ohm -112/608°F

-2/2 V

‘* Ni 508 ohm -50/250°C

K 0/400°C

T -50/150”C

W5-W 26 -20/2320°C

400 to 2300°C

0/5 V

** Ni 508 ohm -58/482°F

K 32/752°F

T -58/302°F

W5-W 26 -4/4208°F

750 to 4200°F

-5/5 V

** Cu 10 ohm -20/250°C

K 0/800°C

T 0/150°C

1/5 V

** Cu 10 ohm -4/482°F

K 32/1452°F

T 32/302°F

PR 20-40 0/1800”C

1100 to 1800°C

0/10 V

OHM 0/200

K 0/1200”C

T 50/150°C

PR 20-40 32/3272°F

2010 to 3270°F

-10/10 V

OHM 0/2000

K 32/2192°F

T 122/302°F

0/20 mA *

K -200/1370°C

T -200/400°C

B 40/1820”C

600 to 1820°C

4/20 mA *

K -328/2498°F

T -328/752°F

B 104/3308°F

1110 to 3300°F

R -20/1760”C R -4/3200°F Notes: **: Accuracy: 1 °C (or 1.8 °F) For non-linear temperature transmitter (1 to 5 V DC, 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 5 V DC, 0 to 20 mA) the transmitter range must be identical to the full actuation range of the recorder. Provision for T/C input for remote compensation box at fixed temperature of 50°C or 60°C. When temperature is not fixed, any input can be used as remote compensation temperature measurement. * mA inputs into 250 ohms input resistor.

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DIMENSIONS

+1 -0

245 9.65 without cover

+ 0.39

+1

5.43

28 1.10

-0 + 0.39 -0

millimeters

>6.70

>170

5.67

137

-0

5.39

5.43

138

280 11.03 with cover

144

138

DPR100 C/D

15 max 0.59

inches

>145 >5.67

CONNECTIONS

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DPR100 C/D

Warranty/Remedy Honeywell warrants goods of its manufacture as being free of defective materials and faulty work-manship. Contact your local sales office of warranty information. If warranted goods are returned to Honeywell during the period of coverage, Honeywell will repair of replace without charge those items it finds defective. The foregoing is Buyer’s sole remedy and is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied, including those of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Specifications may change without notice. The information we supply is believed to be accurate and reliable as of printing. However, we assume no responsibility for its use. While we provide application assistance personally, through our literature and the Honeywell website, it is up to the customer to determine the suitability of the product in the application.

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DPR100 C/D Pen and Multichannel Recorder: Digital Display

Model Selection Guide

Instructions Select the desired Key Number. The arrow to the right marks the selections available. Make one selection each from Tables I through VII. A complete Model Number must have the designated number of digits in each table. Key Numbers

_____

-

I

II

III

_

_

__

VIII

___ KEY NUMBER

IV

-

_

V

-

_

-

VI

VII

_

_____

IX

-

__

(Note 1) Description

1 Pen Recorder 2 Pen Recorder 3 Pen Recorder 3 Channel Recorder 6 Channel Recorder TABLE I - MATH FUNCTION (Note 2) Standard Channel Difference, Square Root Math Package 1: Add, Multiply, Divide Math Package 2: Pack. 1 + Fo., Group Average, Totalizer, Gas/Liquid Mass Flow Math Package 3: Pack. 2 + Integ., Group Max, Min, Max-Min, Steam Flow Totalization, Energy Consumption X Math Package 4: Pack. 3 + RH, 10 , Envelope, Timers,

Selection DP101 DP102 DP103 DM103 DM106

0 1 2 3

4

Carbon Potential TABLE II - VOLTAGE (Note 3) 100 to 240 Vac/dc 50 Hz Chart speed mm/hr 100 to 240 Vac/dc 60 Hz Chart speed inch/hr 24 Volt ac/dc 50 Hz Chart speed mm/hr 24 Volt ac/dc 60 Hz Chart speed inch/hr 48 Volt ac/dc 50 Hz Chart speed mm/hr 48 Volt ac/dc 60 Hz Chart speed inch/hr

A B E

F G H

Availability

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TABLE III- OUTPUTS None Universal Communication Option RS422/485 Modbus RTU, RS422/485 ASCII, RS232/V24 ASCII (Modem) 2 4-20 mA Auxiliary Outputs 2 4-20 mA Auxiliary Outputs plus Universal Communications Option Alarm Relays: None 6 Alarm Output 12 Alarm Output 2 Alarm Output

Selection 0_ 1_

2_ 3_ _0 _A _B _C

TABLE IV - LOGIC INPUTS None 2 Remote Contacts 4 Remote Contact

0 A B

TABLE V - CHART CASSETTE Fan Fold Roll

Z R

TABLE VI - DOOR AND CASE Dark Gray Door, Plastic Window with Latch Dark Gray Door, Plastic Window, Key Lock

1 2

TABLE VII - OPTIONS None Power Supply for Transmitter 24 Vdc (50 mA max)

0____ B____

None Rear Terminal Cover

_0___ _G___

(Note 5)

None UL/CSA Approved

__0__ __C__

None Additional 3 Inputs for Math Use

___0_ ___A_

None Certificate of Conformance Certificate of Calibration Certificate of Conformance & User Actuation Certificate of Cal + Config & User Actuation User Actuation Configuration Configuration to customer requirement

____0 ____B ____C ____D ____E ____K ____L

(Note 8) (Note 6) (Note 6 & 8) (Note 6) (Note 8)

D P 1 0 1

D P 1 0 2

D P 1 0 3

D M 1 0 3

D M 1 0 6

e

e

e

e

e

f

f

f

f

f

g

g

g

g

g

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TABLE VIII - SPECIALS None ST Number (Consult Fort Washington)

Selection 000 XXX

TABLE IX - Manuals Product Information on CD English Operator Manual and Prompts French Operator Manual and Prompts German Operator Manual and Prompts Italian Operator Manual and Prompts Spanish Operator Manual and Prompts Swedish Operator Manual and Prompts None English Product Manual French Product Manual German Product Manual

E_ F_ G_ I_ S_ W_ _0 _1 _3 _4

Note 1:

D P 1 0 1

D P 1 0 2

D P 1 0 3

D M 1 0 3

D M 1 0 6

0_

The units are built with universal input and are delivered with 250 ohm resistors to convert input current signal 4 to 20 mA into 1 to 5 Volt dc (or 0 to 5 Vdc). These are packed in the product accessories. Models DP1XX Pen units supplied with 3 analog inputs when Math Option is ordered. Additional 3 inputs can be selected by specifying Table VII, Option XXXAX. The chart speed and frequency can be modified on the unit from key pad. Rear cover is used to cover field wiring, this is in addition to the cover on the power supply terminals which is standard. User defined actuation worksheets need to be completed and supplied with the order. Calibration Test Reports/Certificates require specific Range and Input Actuation data from the customer. Form F3399 Supplemental Data must be completed. This can be downloaded from the Honeywell SalesNet site or the Global Technical Services site: FAX to York Customer Service at 717-771-8236.

Note 2: Note 3: Note 5: Note 6: Note 8:

RESTRICTIONS Restriction Letter Table

Available Only With Selection

e f g

Table III III

o

50 C Maximum temperature limit

Not Available With Selection _ A, _ B, _ C 1 _, 2 _, 3 _

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Analog & Digital Display Accessories

RECORDING SUPPLIES Description - (See Note C) Ink cartridge pen 1 Ink cartridge pen 2 Ink cartridge pen 3 Ink wheel 6 colors Chart roll: 40 divisions 50 divisions 60 divisions 65 divisions 70 divisions 75 divisions 100 divisions Fan fold: 40 divisions 50 divisions 60 divisions 65 divisions 70 divisions 75 divisions 100 divisions OTHER SUPPORT Interface PC kit for product configuration (cables and software diskette included) Note (a) Application Software for ASCII Communication and PC Configurator Wiring bracket with cable clamp Plastic rule graduated Note (b) 6 input resistors (250 ohms) for mA inputs Scale (b) DPR 100 A/B Multichannel models 1, 2, 3 pen models Blank scale (for pen recorder) DPR 100 A New scale establishment DPR 100 A/B List Price = $200 US Cable between PC Configurator and PC Cable between PC Configurator and Recorder Configuration Card (Programming aid) Communication Cable (DB25 male to DB9 female RS232) Adapter Plate CL 111 to DPR 100 Adapter Cable DPR 100 to TDC 2000 DPR100 Portable Case, Rear Cover, Power Switch, IEC Plug DPR100 Protective Case OPERATOR MANUALS DPR 100 C/D U.S. Manual French Manual German Manual Italian Manual Spanish Manual Swedish Manual OPERATOR MANUALS DPR 100 A/B English Manual French Manual German Manual Italian Manual Dutch Manual Spanish Manual Swedish Manual

Specify 46187001-001 46187001-002 46187001-003 46180501-001 46187044-040 46187044-050 46187044-060 46187044-065 46187044-070 46187044-075 46187044-100 46187045-040 46187045-050 46187045-060 46187045-065 46187045-070 46187045-075 46187045-100

46187121-001 46187122-501 46187083-001 46187106-item 46181080-504 46187159-item 46187158-item 46187057-002 Contact Product Management 46210040-001 46225600-001 CCPLEN-6137 46210061-001 46187220-001 46187222-501 46187074-501 46187074-502 US1I-6136 FR1I-6136 GE1I-6136 IT1I-6136 SP1I-6136 SW1I-6136 US1I-6125 FR1I-6125 GE1I-6125 IT1I-6125 NL1I-6125 SP1I-6125 SW1I-6125 Accessories continued next page

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PRODUCT MANUALS DPR 100 English Manual DPR 100 A/B U.S. Manual DPR 100 C/D Math Manual DPR 100 C/D Communication Manual DPR 100 C/D Strip Chart Manuals on CD

US1I-6126 US1I-6137 US1I-6138 US1I-6149 51453373-501

Note (a):

The product manual contains calibration and PC configuration information.

Note (b):

To specify the range, refer to Range Scale Bulletin for DPR 100 A/B Recorder. Specification Sheet: 0I-6030 DPR 100 A/B: 0I-6021 DPR 100 C/D Sales Brief: 43-DR-58-05

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USER DEFINED ACTUATION DPR100C/D Fax to York Customer Service 717-771-8236

CUSTOMER ORDER No. SALES ORDER No. TYPE OF ACTUATION - T/C

LINEAR (mV)

Ma

V

RTD

(Check one)

If thermocouple - complete table for Recorder Operating Temperature for Cold Junction Compensation Actuation Cold Junc. Eng. Unit Electrical Actuation Cold Junc. Eng. Unit Electrical 1 Value Deg. C Value (mV) 2 Value Deg. C Value (mV) Lowest Lowest Average Average Highest Highest USER DEFINED ACTUATION TABLE 1 Enter values for custom actuation (max 50 SEGMENTS) Segment ENG Electrical Segment ENG Electrical Segment VALUE VALUE Number VALUE VALUE Number Number 1 18 35 2 19 36 3 20 37 4 21 38 5 22 39 6 23 40 7 24 41 8 25 42 9 26 43 10 27 44 11 28 45 12 29 46 13 30 47 14 31 48 15 32 49 16 33 50 17 34 51 USER DEFINED ACTUATION TABLE 2 Enter values for custom actuation (max 50 SEGMENTS) Segment ENG Electrical Segment ENG Electrical Segment Number VALUE VALUE Number VALUE VALUE Number 1 18 35 2 19 36 3 20 37 4 21 38 5 22 39 6 23 40 7 24 41 8 25 42 9 26 43 10 27 44 11 28 45 12 29 46 13 30 47 14 31 48 15 32 49 16 33 50 17 34 51

ENG Electrical VALUE VALUE

ENG Electrical VALUE VALUE