PLATINUM™ Series Digital Panel Meters
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- Strain & Bridge Inputs, 6 Digit Display and Upgraded Platinum Software Now Available
- Super High Performance (20 Samples / Sec), High Accuracy
- Extremely Versatile yet Easy and Intuitive to Use
- Bright 3-Color (RED, GREEN, and AMBER) 9 Segment LED Display with Wide Viewing Angle
- Universal Inputs for Thermocouples, RTD’s, Thermistors, and Process Voltage/Current
- No Jumpers to Set, Totally Firmware Configurable
- Standard USB, Optional Ethernet and RS232/ RS485 with MODBUS® Serial Communications
- Flexible Alarm Programming, Up to 4 Alarm Relays
- UL and cUL Certified
- Log data with Omega Enterprise Gateway(OEG)
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The Industry Leading PLATINUM Series family of microprocessor-based digital panel meters offer unparalleled flexibility in process measurement. While extremely powerful and versatile, great care has gone into designing a product that is very easy to set-up and use. The automatic hardware configuration recognition eliminates the need for jumpers and allows the firmware to automatically simplify itself, eliminating all menu options that do not apply to a specific configuration.
Each unit allows the user to select the input type from 9 thermocouple types (J, K, T, E, R, S, B, C, and N), Pt RTDs (100, 500, or 1000 Ω, with either 385, 392, or 3916 curve), thermistors (2250 Ω, 5K Ω, and 10K Ω), DC voltage, or DC current, and Strain & Bridge Inputs. The bipolar voltage or current inputs are fully scalable to virtually all engineering units, with a selectable decimal point that is perfect for use with pressure, flow, or other process input.
Two alarms can be configured for above, below, hi/lo, and band triggering using either absolute or deviation alarm trigger points. In addition, high-high/low-low indication is available. The two optional single pole double throw mechanical relays can be assigned to either or both alarm triggers. Two annunciators and three display colors can also be assigned to the alarm triggers.
The PLATINUMΩ Series device features a large, 3-color, 9 segment programmable LED display with the capability to change color and/or change the state of designated outputs every time an alarm is triggered. Now 6 digit display is available. The universal power supply accepts 90 to 240 Vac. The low voltage power option accepts 24 Vac or 12 to 36 Vdc.
Embedded Ethernet and Serial Communications
Optional embedded ethernet on the 1Ω16 and 1Ω8 DIN models allow the units to connect directly to an ethernet network and transmit data in standard TCP/IP packets, or serve web pages over a LAN or the internet. Optional serial communications are also available configurable as RS232 or RS485, with straightforward ASCII commands or MODBUS®. All three types of communications interfaces (USB, ethernet, and serial) can be installed and active simultaneously.
*If you have the previous firmware version 22.214.171.124 installed, please upgrade it to the latest.
Input Types: Thermocouple, RTD, thermistor, analog voltage, analog current, strain & bridge inputs
Current Input: 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 24 mA scalable
Voltage Input: ±100 mV, ±1 V, ±10 Vdc scalable
Thermocouple Input (ITS 90): K, J, T, E, R, S, B, C, N
RTD Input (ITS 90): 100/500/1000 Ω Pt sensor, 2-, 3- or 4-wire; 0.00385, 0.00392 (100 Ω only), or 0.003916 (100 Ω only) curves
Thermistor Input: 2252 Ω, 5K Ω, 10K Ω
Strain Input: ±100 mV, ±50 mV
Excitation: Firmware selectable (no jumpers to set) to 5, 10, 12, and 24 Vdc @ 25 mA (24V for AC Units Only)
Resolution: 0.1° temperature; 10 ΩV process
Process Voltage/Strain: 10M Ω for ±100 mV, 1M Ω for other voltage ranges
Process Current: 5 Ω
Thermocouple: 10K Ω max
Thermocouple @ 25°C (77°F): 0.05°C/°C (cold junction compensation)
Process/Strain: 50 ppm/°C
A/D Conversion: 24-bit sigma delta
Reading Rate: 20 samples per second
Digital Filter: Programmable from 0.05 seconds (filter = 1) to 6.4 seconds (filter = 128)
CMRR: 120 dB
Setpoint Adjustment: 4 Digit (-9999 to +9999 counts); 6 Digit (-99999 to +999999)
Warm-Up to Rated Accuracy: 30 mins
Alarm outputs (optional)
Isolated Analog output (optional): Retransmission only
SPDT Relay: Single pole, double throw mechanical relay, 250 Vac or 30 Vdc at 3 A (resistive load)
Communications (USB Standard , Optional Serial and Ethernet)
USB: Female micro-USB
Ethernet: Standard RJ45
Serial: Screw terminals
USB: USB 2.0 host or device
Ethernet Standards Compliance: IEEE 802.3 10/100 Base-T auto-switching, TCP/IP, ARP
Serial: Software selectable RS232 or RS485; programmable 1200 to 115.2 K baud
Protocols: Omega ASCII, Modbus ® ASCII/RTU
Approvals: UL, cUL, CE
Power to Input/Output: 2300 Vac per 1 min test; 1500 Vac per 1 min test (low voltage/power option)
Power to Relays/SSR Outputs: 2300 Vac per 1 min test
Relays/SSR to Relay/SSR Outputs: 2300 Vac per 1 min test
RS232/RS485 to Inputs/Outputs: 500 Vac per 1 min test
|Process/Strain||Process Voltage||±50 mV, ±100 mV, ±1, ±10 Vdc||0.03% FS|
|Process||Process Current||Scalable within 0 to 24 mA||0.03% FS|
|J||Iron-Constantan||-210 to 1200°C (-346 to 2192°F)||0.4°C (0.7°F)|
|K||CHROMEGA™-ALOMEGA™||-270 to -160°C (-454 to -256°F) |
-160 to 1372°C (-256 to 2502°F)
|T||Copper-Constantan||-270 to -190°C (-454 to -310°F) |
-190 to 400°C (-310 to 752°F)
|E||CHROMEGA™-Constantan||-270 to -220°C (-454 to -364°F) |
-220 to 1000°C (-364 to 1832°F)
|R||Pt/13%Rh-Pt||-50 to 40°C (-58 to 104°F) |
40 to 1788°C (104 to 3250°F)
|S||Pt/10%Rh-Pt||-50 to 100°C (-58 to 212°F) |
100 to 1768°C (212 to 3214°F)
|B||30%Rh-Pt/6%Rh-Pt||100 to 640°C (212 to 1184°F) |
640 to 1820°C (1184 to 3308°F)
|C||5%Re-W/26%Re-W||0 to 2320°C (32 to 4208°F)||0.4°C (0.7°F)|
|N||Nicrosil-Nisil||-250 to -100°C (-418 to -148°F) |
-100 to 1300°C (-148 to 2372°F)
|RTD||Pt, 0.00385, 100 Ω, 500 Ω, 1000 Ω||-200 to 850°C (-328 to 1562°F)||0.3°C (0.7°F)|
|RTD||Pt, 0.003916, 100 Ω||-200 to 660°C (-328 to 1220°F)||0.3°C (0.7°F)|
|RTD||Pt, 0.00392, 100 Ω||-200 to 660°C (-328 to 1220°F)||0.3°C (0.7°F)|
|Thermistor||2252 Ω||-40 to 120°C (-40 to 248°F)||0.2°C (0.35°F)|
|Thermistor||5K Ω||-30 to 140°C (-22 to 284°F)||0.2°C (0.35°F)|
|Thermistor||10K Ω||-20 to 150°C (-4 to 302°F)||0.2°C (0.35°F)|
Use the optional PT-USB-CABLE for a NEMA4 rated panel mount USB connector. A 12" (304mm) length cable connects from USB port of Platinum controller to your control panel. This accessory includes a protective end cap when not in use.
The PT-USB-ADAPTER, which is supplied with each unit, can be plugged into the controller and be used with a standard USB 2.0 memory stick.
This 1 GB USB thumbdrive has a standard USB connector on one end and a micro-USB connector on the other end. It is convenient for transferring files between your PC and your PLATINUM unit.
The part numbers listed below are only examples. More configurations are offered and can be constructed using the part number builder at the bottom of the page.
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I need a temperature gage that will read Liquid Nitrogen temp. -320°F I found this series, PLATINUM™ Series Digital Panel Meters, or do you have a self contained temp gage?
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