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modificationtoSubject·02.2012V1.1 Differential Pressure Switch DPI Product overview Electronic differential pressure

Differential Pressure Switch DPI

Product overview

Electronic differential pressure switch for monitoring the differential pressure of air and other non-flammable and non-aggressive gases. Monitoring of air filters, fans, industrial cooling air cycles as well as over heating protection, control of air and fire dampers, anti-freeze with heat exchangers.

of air and fire dampers, anti-freeze with heat exchangers. Types available Type code Type Description  

Types available

Type code

Type

Description

 

EXT-TN-1071658

DPI2500

0

10V

and relay, pressure range 0

2500Pa

EXT-TN-1072426

MKS100

Metal duct connector, L=100mm (2 pieces necessary per device)

Technical data

Standards

CE conformity

- 89/336/EEC EMC directive

 

- 2002/95/EEC RoHS directive

General Data

Power supply

DC

24V / AC 24V ±10%

Current consumption

Max. 80mA @ DC 24V

Output

0

10V,

load min. 1kΩ

Material

Housing and cover : ABS / PC

Tubing

PVC, soft

 

Pressure connection

Male, D=5mm / 6.3mm

Electrical connection

Screwing terminals, max. 1.5mm²

Cable entry

M16 and M20

 

Dimensions LxWxH

89 x 86.5 x 37.1mm

Bursting pressure

30kPa

 

Accuracy % full scale

±1.5%

 

Long term stability

Typical <= ±1Pa / year

Media

Air

and non-aggressive gases

Ambient temperature

-5

+50°C,

max. 95% RH, non-condensing

Storage temperature

-20

70°C

Protection

IP54 according to EN60529

Weight

150g

 

Relay output

1x relay output (max. DC 30V / AC 250V / 6A )

Security advice !

Security advice !

The installation and assembly of electrical equipment may only be performed by a skilled electrician. The modules must not be used with equipment that supports, directly or indirectly, human health or life or with applications that can result in danger for people or animals.

Electrical connection

The devices are constructed for the operation of protective low voltage (SELV). For the electrical connection, the technical data of the corresponding device is valid. Sensing devices with transducer should in principle be operated in the middle of the measuring range to avoid deviations at the measuring end points. The ambient temperature of the transducer electronics should be kept constant. When switching the supply voltage on/off, power surges must be avoided on site.

Mounting advice

- For connecting the device, the process lines must be unpressurised.

- Note the suitability of the device for the medium to be measured.

- Note the maximum pressure.

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Differential Pressure Switch DPI Installation

Differential Pressure Switch DPI

Installation

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A pre-requisite for the operation is a proper installation of all electrical supply, control and sensing leads as well as the pressurised connec- tion line. Before installing the device, the leak tightness of the pressurised connection lines must be inspected.

Settings

MENU
MENU
BACK
BACK
 

By pressing the button

for

3

seconds,

you

can

enter

the

selected menu.

 

By pressing the button

you

can

return

without

making

changes.

 

By pressing the button

OK
OK

you can open new options or confirm changes and return to previous display.

By pressing the buttons

By pressing the buttons you can scroll the menus.  
you can scroll the menus.

you can scroll the menus.

 
pressing the buttons you can scroll the menus.   Pa, kPa, mmH2O, inchWC, mmbar See types

Pa, kPa, mmH2O, inchWC, mmbar

See types available

0,5

10s

Zero point calibration

High point adjustment

Reset span adjustment

Setpoint (between min

0

5%

of the range

max

pressure)

2

Differential Pressure Switch DPI Zero point calibration

Differential Pressure Switch DPI

Zero point calibration

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Note!

Supply voltage must be connected one hour before the zero point calibration is carried out. 1) Disconnect both tubes from the pressure inlets + and –. 2) Push both arrow buttons or select “Zero” from the menu. Green LED turns off and “Zero” text followed by a counter from 3 to 0 seconds is displayed. 3) Wait until the green LED turns on again and then connect the tubes back to the pressure inlets. It is recommended to adjust the zero point every 12 months during normal operation.

Span adjustment

Note!

Supply voltage should be connected one hour before the span point adjustment is carried out. Span point must not be adjusted without input pressure. If the span point is adjusted with 0Pa or close to 0Pa input pressure the device may lose its accuracy and will not give out correct readings. In this case go to menu and select “Span” and then “Reset”. This resets the span adjustment.

To adjust the span you need an accurate reference meter. Follow these steps to correctly adjust the span:

1) Set the zero point. 2) Connect the input pressure. 3) From the menu select “Span”, and then “Adjust”.

4) Adjust the display or 0

10V

value to match the reference meter’s value using the arrow buttons and confirm by pressing OK.

Vout 10V
Vout
10V

V

How span adjustment affects the measurement

Terminal connection plan

+

 

Power supply

-
-

24V AC/DC

 

Output 0

10V

Power supply - 24V AC/DC   Output 0 10V + V 24V GND Pout Relay 1
Power supply - 24V AC/DC   Output 0 10V + V 24V GND Pout Relay 1
+ V
+
V

24V

GND

Pout

24V AC/DC   Output 0 10V + V 24V GND Pout Relay 1 NC COM NO

Relay 1

NC

NC
NC

COM

COM

NO

NO  
 
 
 
 

The supply cable and control cable for relay must be separate, if non SELV voltage is used in relay contacts. Both of the cables have their own cable entry.

Dimensions (mm)

86,5 74,5 52,5 64,5
86,5
74,5
52,5
64,5
37,1 89
37,1
89

3

?

?

SCHEMATICS NC COM NO NC COM NO Terminal Block Terminal Block for relays 24V GND
SCHEMATICS
NC COM NO
NC COM NO
Terminal Block
Terminal Block for relays
24V GND 0-10V

DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS

?

(86.5) ? (74.5) (64.5) ? (52.5)
(86.5)
?
(74.5)
(64.5)
?
(52.5)
? (37.1) (89.0)
?
(37.1)
(89.0)

INSTALLATION

1) Mount the device in desired location (see step 1) 2) Open the lid and route cable(s) through strain relief(s) and connect the wires to terminal block(s) (see step 2) 3) The device is now ready for con guration

(see step 2) 3) The device is now ready for con guration WARNING! Apply power after

WARNING! Apply power after the device is properly wired.

MOUNTING THE DEVICE

STEP 1

1) Select mounting location (duct, wall, panel) 2) Use the device as a template and mark the screw holes 3) Mount with appropriate screws (not included)

Figure 1a - Surface Mounting
Figure 1a - Surface Mounting

Figure 1b - Mounting Orientation

Figure 1b - Mounting Orientation YES NO NO

YES

Figure 1b - Mounting Orientation YES NO NO

NO

Figure 1b - Mounting Orientation YES NO NO

NO

Figure 1c - Application Connections

Static Pressure Filter/Damper Fan/Blower Monitoring Monitoring Not Connected
Static Pressure
Filter/Damper
Fan/Blower
Monitoring
Monitoring
Not
Connected

WIRING DIAGRAMS STEP 2

For CE compliance, a properly grounded shielding cable is required

1) Unscrew strain relief and route cable(s). Use separate strain relief for 0-10V output cable and relay cable(s). 2) Connect the wires as shown in gure 2a and 2b. 3) Tighten the strain relief.

Figure 2a - Wiring Diagram 0-10V Output

+

Power Supply 24VDC / 24VAC

Outout 0 10V

Outout 0

10V

+ V
+
V
Figure 2a - Wiring Diagram 0-10V Output + Power Supply 24VDC / 24VAC Outout 0 10V

24V

GND

Pout

Figure 2a - Wiring Diagram 0-10V Output + Power Supply 24VDC / 24VAC Outout 0 10V

Figure 2b - Wiring Diagram Relay(s)

NC

COM

NO

Relay 1

Figure 2b - Wiring Diagram Relay(s) NC COM NO Relay 1 Relay 2

Relay 2

NC COM NO CONFIGURATION
NC
COM
NO
CONFIGURATION

STEP 3

1) Select the desired measurement unit 2) Select the desired measurement range 3) Select the desired response time 4) Con gure the relay(s) 5) Zero the device 6) Calibrate the span point 7) Connect pressure tubes. Connect positive pressure to port labeled "+" and negative pressure to port "-". The device is now ready to use.

with the

MENU
MENU

button you can enter the menu by pressing the button for 3 seconds, when in menu you can exit anywhere without making changes

with the

BACK
BACK

button you can return without making changes

with the

OK
OK

button you can open new options or con rm changes and return to previous display

with the

with the button you can scroll the menus
with the button you can scroll the menus

button you can scroll the menus

CONFIGURATION

CONTINUED

Unit PSEL rESP rEL 1/2 ZEro SPAn Adu rES
Unit
PSEL
rESP
rEL 1/2
ZEro
SPAn
Adu
rES
dir
dir
SP
SP
HYS
HYS
rISE
rISE
FALL
FALL

Pa, kPa, mmH2O, inchWC, mbarrESP rEL 1/2 ZEro SPAn Adu rES dir SP HYS rISE FALL Pressure range selection Response

Pressure range selectionAdu rES dir SP HYS rISE FALL Pa, kPa, mmH2O, inchWC, mbar Response Response time time

Response Response time timeFALL Pa, kPa, mmH2O, inchWC, mbar Pressure range selection Relay menu(s) Zero point calibration High point

Relay menu(s)mbar Pressure range selection Response Response time time Zero point calibration High point calibration menu High

Zero point calibrationrange selection Response Response time time Relay menu(s) High point calibration menu High point calibration Reset

High point calibration menuResponse time time Relay menu(s) Zero point calibration High point calibration Reset high point calibration Relay

High point calibrationmenu(s) Zero point calibration High point calibration menu Reset high point calibration Relay activation menu Relay

Reset high point calibrationHigh point calibration menu High point calibration Relay activation menu Relay setpoint Relay hysteresis 0-5%

Relay activation menumenu High point calibration Reset high point calibration Relay setpoint Relay hysteresis 0-5% of range Relay

Relay setpointReset high point calibration Relay activation menu Relay hysteresis 0-5% of range Relay activation on

Relay hysteresis 0-5% of rangehigh point calibration Relay activation menu Relay setpoint Relay activation on increasing pressure Relay activation on

Relay activation on increasing pressuremenu Relay setpoint Relay hysteresis 0-5% of range Relay activation on decreasing pressure Copyright HK

Relay activation on decreasing pressurehysteresis 0-5% of range Relay activation on increasing pressure Copyright HK Instruments Installation Version 1.0 2012

ZERO THE DEVICE STEP 6

To zero the device two options are available:1) Manual Pushbutton Auto Zero

2)

two options are available:1) Manual Pushbutton Auto Zero 2) function Does my transducer have an label.

function

Does my transducer have an

label. If it shows –AZ in the model number, then you have the function.

shows –AZ in the model number, then you have the function. function? See the product 1)

function? See the product

then you have the function. function? See the product 1) Manual Pushbutton Auto Zero NOTE: Supply

1) Manual Pushbutton Auto Zero

NOTE: Supply voltage must be connected at least one hour prior to zero point adjustment.

a) Disconnect both pressure tubes from the pressure ports labeled

+ and –.

b) Push both arrow buttons on top of the lid or go to con guration

menu and select “Zero”.

c) The zeroing of the device will proceed automatically when the green led on top of the lid turns off and “Zero” text followed by

a

counter from 3 to 0 seconds appears on the display. Zeroing

is

complete when the green led turns on again.

d) Reinstall the pressure tubes, ensuring the High pressure tube is connected to the port labeled +, and the Low pressure tube is connected to the port labeled −.

NOTE: The zero point should be calibrated via manual auto zero, one hour after installation and at least every 12 months during normal operations.

2)

If the device includes the optional e-zero circuit, no action is required.

includes the optional e-zero circuit, no action is required. function (-AZ) is a True Auto Zero

function

the optional e-zero circuit, no action is required. function (-AZ) is a True Auto Zero function

(-AZ) is a True Auto Zero function in the form of an automatic

zeroing circuit built into the PCB board. The

electronically adjusts the transducer zero at predetermined time

intervals (every 10 minutes). The

signal drift due to thermal, electronic or mechanical effects, as well as the need for technicians to remove high and low pressure tubes when performing initial or periodic transducer zero point calibration.

The

returns to its normal measuring mode. During the 4 second adjust- ment period, the output and display values will freeze to the latest measured value.

and display values will freeze to the latest measured value. function function eliminates all output adjustment

function

values will freeze to the latest measured value. function function eliminates all output adjustment takes 4

function eliminates all output

measured value. function function eliminates all output adjustment takes 4 seconds after which the device

adjustment takes 4 seconds after which the device

Transducers equiped with the nance free.

which the device Transducers equiped with the nance free. function are virtually mainte- WARRANTY POLICY (a)

function are virtually mainte-

WARRANTY POLICY

(a) WARRANTY COVERAGE: HK warrants to the original end user

of the Products that the Products will, at the date of initial purchase, meet the applicable speci cation for such Products (as described by HK in its product literature) and, under normal use and service, will be free from any defects in materials or manufac- ture for (a) one (1) year from date of sale to end user for electrome- chanical Products and (b) ve (5) years from date of manufacture for electronic Products.

(b) NO WARRANTY OF PRODUCT SUITABILITY: Neither HK nor

the manufacturer of the Products to be sold hereunder (“Manufacturer”) makes any warranty that Products are suitable for a particular purpose, application or design. Many states and localities have differing codes or regulations governing the installa-

tion and/or use of HK products. HK does not guarantee compli- ance with such codes or regulations; the end user is solely responsible for safe and correct installation and use of the Prod- ucts and for compliance with such codes and regulations.

(c) EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES: THE WARRANTY

HEREIN IS THE ONLY WARRANTY APPLICABLE TO THE PROD-

UCTS AND EXCLUDES ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY ARIS- ING FROM COURSE OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE.

(d) REMEDIES FOR NON-CONFORMITY OR BREACH OF WAR-

RANTY: If the Product purchased does not conform to the appli- cable warranty, HK will provide, at its option, one of the following remedies: (1) repair of the non-conforming Product, (2) replace- ment with a conforming Product, or (3) refund of the original purchase price. THESE REMEDIES SHALL BE THE EXCLUSIVE AND SOLE REMEDY for any breach of warranty. HK and Manufac- turer have no other responsibility or liability for breach of warranty or otherwise.

(e) LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: NEITHER HK NOR MANUFAC-

TURER WILL BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY DEFECT IN THE PRODUCT PURCHASED.

(f) FURTHER LIMITATIONS: The warranty herein does not cover

damage caused by lightning, ood or other natural phenomenon; normal wear and tear; accident, improper or careless handling, abnormal use, overloading, improper storage or abuse; incorrect installation, care or reconstruction; or alteration, calibration, recon guration, maintenance or installation work done by unquali- ed personnel. Should Manufacturer alter the structure of any Product in the future, HK and Manufacturer shall not be obligated to make comparable changes to Products already purchased. HK will give a new warranty for Products being replaced or repaired within the warranty period, however only to the expiration of the original Product’s warranty period. The warranty includes the repair of a defective part or device, or if needed, a new part or device, but no other costs except as otherwise stated in the HK Distributor Terms and Conditions.

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modificationtoSubject·02.2012V1.1 Differential Pressure Switch PS Product overview Differential pressure switch for

Differential Pressure Switch PS

Product overview

Differential pressure switch for monitoring the differential pressure of air and other non-flammable and non-aggressive gases. Possible applications: monitoring of air filters, fans, industrial cooling air cycles as well as overheating protection, control of air and fire dampers, anti-freeze with heat exchangers.

of air and fire dampers, anti-freeze with heat exchangers. Types available Type code Type Description

Types available

Type code

Type

Description

EXT-TN-1500288

PS200

Measuring range 20

200Pa

EXT-TN-1066753

PS300

Measuring range 30

300Pa

EXT-TN-1066760

PS500

Measuring range 30

500Pa

EXT-TN-1071610

PS1500

Measuring range 100

1500Pa

EXT-TN-1071627

PS4500

Measuring range 500

4500Pa

EXT-TN-1072426

MKS100

Metal duct connector, L=100mm (2 pieces necessary per device)

Technical Data

Standards

CE conformity

- 2006/95/EC Low voltage

 

- 2004/108/EC EMC

General data

Housing

ABS

Housing cover

PC

Membrane

Silicone

 

Duct connectors

ABS

Tubing

PVC, soft

 

Protection

IP54

Dimensions (LxWxH)

105 x 73 x 63mm

Maximum pressure

50kPa

 

Media

Air and non-aggressive gases

Operation temperature

20

60°C

Storage temperature

40

85°C

Sub miniature switches

Gold contacts : PS200 Silver contacts : PS300 / PS500 / PS1500 /

 

PS4500

 

Service life

>1,000,000 switching operations

Connections

Screw terminals

 

Cable entry

M16

Weight

150g (without accessories)

PS200

Measuring range

20

200Pa

Switching difference

10Pa

Switching load

0.1A resistive load (max. AC 250V)

PS300

Measuring range

30

300Pa

Switching difference

20Pa

Switching load

3A resistive / 2A inductive load (max. AC 250V)

PS500

Measuring range

30

500Pa

Switching difference

20Pa

Switching load

3A resistive / 2A inductive load (max. AC 250V)

PS1500

Measuring range

100

1500Pa

Switching difference

80Pa

Switching load

3A resistive / 2A inductive load (max. AC 250V)

PS4500

Measuring range

500

4500Pa

Switching difference

180Pa

 

Switching load

5A resistive / 2A inductive load (max. AC 250V)

Security advice !

Security advice !

The installation and assembly of electrical equipment may only be performed by a skilled person. The modules must not be used with equipment that supports, directly or indirectly, human health or life or with applications that can result in danger for people or animals.

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Differential Pressure Switch PS Mounting advice

Differential Pressure Switch PS

Mounting advice

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The pressure switch is factory calibrated in the vertical position. If installed horizontally, this will affect the switching point as follows:

- with cover facing upwards, +15Pa

- with cover facing downwards, -15Pa

Installation

A prerequisite for the operation is a proper installation of all electrical supply, control and sensing leads as well as the pressurised connection line. Before installing the device, the leak tightness of the pressurised connection lines must be inspected.

Terminal connection plan

P 231 NO NC COM
P
231
NO
NC
COM

When differential pressure increases:

- 1-3 open

- 1-2 close

Dimensions (mm)

connection plan P 231 NO NC COM When differential pressure increases: - 1-3 open - 1-2

2