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PDF Content Summary: Hawk 3 H335 and H345 3 1/2 Digit and 4 1/2 Digit Advanced Digital Controller Operator’s Manual About this Manual To the best of our knowledge and at the time written, the information contained in this document is technically correct and the procedures accurate and adequate to operate this instrument in compliance Notes and Safety Information This Operator’s Manual contains warning headings that alert the user to check for hazardous the safety of operating performance of this instrument, these instructions must be adhered to. Warning, refer to accompanying documents. Attention, consulter les documents d’accompagnement. Caution, risk of electric shock. Attention, risque de choc électrique. This instrument is designed to prevent accidental shock to the operator when properly used. However, no engineering design can render safe an instrument which is used carelessly. Therefore, this manual must be read carefully and completely before making any measurements. Failure to follow directions can result in a serious or fatal accident. Technical Assistance SIMPSON ELECTRIC COMPANY offers assistance Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Central Time by contacting Technical Support or Customer Service at (715) 588-3311. Internet: simpsonelectric.com Warranty and Returns SIMPSON ELECTRIC COMPANY warrants each instrument and other articles manufactured by it to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service, its obligation under this warranty being limited to making good at its factory or other article of equipment which shall within one (2) year after delivery of such instrument or other article of equipment to the original purchaser be returned intact to it, or to one of its authorized service centers, with transportation charges prepaid, and which its examination shall disclose to its satisfaction to have been thus defective; this warranty being expressly in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied and of all other obligations or liabilities on its part, and SIMPSON ELECTRIC COMPANY neither assumes nor authorizes any other persons to assume for it any other liability in connection with the sales of its products. This warranty shall not apply to any instrument or other article of equipment which shall have been repaired or altered outside the SIMPSON ELECTRIC COMPANY factory or authorized service centers, nor which has been subject to misuse, negligence or accident, incorrect wiring by others, or installation or use not in accord with instructions furnished by the manufacturer. 2 Contents Quick Start Reference for Typical Control Instrument Features 5 Installation and Wiring 5 Programming 5 Basic Key Operation for Programming 5 Decimal Point 5 Linearization 6 Set Points & Relays 6 1. INTRODUCTION 8 1.1 General Description 8 1.2 8 2. INSTALLATION AND PANEL CUTOUT 10 2.1 Mounting Requirements 10 2.2 Engineering Label Placement 10 2.3 Removing / Installing Modules 11 3. INPUT CARDS 11 3.1 Low Current 11 3.2 High Current 12 3.3 Volts 13 3.4 Resistance 14 3.5 Relay Cards 14 3.6 Power Supply Cards 15 4. OUTPUT CARDS 15 4.1 Excitation 16 5. DISPLAY AND KEYPAD CONTROLS 17 5.1 Operating the Keys 17 5.1.1 Run Mode 17 5.1.2 Program Mode 17 5.1.3 Edit Mode 17 5.1.4 Reset to Factory Defaults 17 5.1.5 Password Reset 17 3 Contents (Con’t) 6. PROGRAMMING 18 6.1 Programming Order 18 6.2 General Programming Guidelines 18 6.3 Programming Menu 18 6.4 Setpoint and Relay Control 19 6.4.1 Setpoint Values 19 6.4.2 Relay Settings 19 6.5 Display Control 21 6.6 Measurement Control 22 6.7 Output Control 23 6.7.1 Setting the Limits (LIM) 23 6.8 Scaling / Linearization Control 25 6.8.1 Linearization Detail 26 6.9 Password 28 6.9.1 Password Entry 29 6.9.2 Changing the Password 29 7. RS-485 COMMUNICATIONS 29 7.1 RS-485 Command Structure 29 7.2 29 7.3 Address 29 7.4 Valid Commands 30 7.5 Examples 32 8. FLOW CHART 34 9. ORDERING INFORMATION 37 4 QUICK START REFERENCE FOR TYPICAL CONTROL INSTRUMENT FEATURES This section outlines the most commonly used features of the Hawk 3 controller and functions as a quick start guide. Please refer to the table of contents to find in-depth information or advanced features. Installation and Wiring See Section 1 in this manual for specific wiring and installation information per taining to user’s specific unit. With only the power supply wired, the Hawk 3 can be programmed before installation. The Hawk 3 features non-volatile memory; programming information will not be lost due to power loss or when changing meter’s location. Programming Many of the advanced features of the Hawk 3 respond to, and interact with, each other. When programming the Hawk 3 it is important that the proper order is fol lowed when setting up features. The following is the recommended order. 1. Decimal Point 2. Linearization (AKA Scaling) 3. Set Point/Relay Control (if applicable) 4. Analog output or other applicable controls. Basic Key Operation (for Programming) 1. enters the main programming menu, backs out of submenus (one level at a time) and returns to run mode from the main menu. Exiting the programming menu in this manner assures that all changes will be saved. also moves the cursor to the left. 2. scrolls through menus and changes parameters. 3. RES opens submenus, moves a blinking parameter into edit mode and allows editing. Decimal Point Using the 3-1/2 digital Hawk 3 as an example, the decimal point can be placed in any one of 5 locations without affecting the number. For example, 10 volts will display as 10.00. This display can be changed to get 100.0. Keep in mind that the decimal point is still needed for some applications. 1. Press to enter the programming mode. 2. Scroll until “G&W/”(display control) shows. Press . 3. When “G3” and “ ” flashes, press . 4. “ ” is now a fixed display. Use or to move the decimal point as neces . sary. Press 5. Use to save changes. 5 Linearization Using a Hawk 3 3-1/2 digits meter with a 200mVDC range, the following example shows 2 pt. linearization for 150DCA application using a 50mV shunt. Please refer to Section 6.8.1 for multiple point linearizations and in-depth instruction. 1. Press"to enter programming mode. 2. Scroll until “ 6&W/” (screen control) displays. 3. Press “/LQ” (linearization) should display. RESET ENTER

RESET ENTER RESET ENTER R)) ” and “ &RUG ” (coordinate). R)) 3W ENTER . RESET

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7. Use appropriate , or buttons to change the numbers as follows. If necessary, move cursor one place to the left of “2” to remove the “-” sign. (See page 5, Basic Key Operations) (/( = 0.0, G63 = 0.0, (/( = 50.0 and G63 = 150.0 8. Use to save changes. You may need to press the left arrow several times till "X3GW )/6+" shows on the meter. Now 150.0 is on the display with 50.0DCmV applied to the input. Set Points & Relays CAUTION: Before editing the set points and relays check that the decimal point and linearization are set properly. 1. Press to enter programming mode. 2. Scroll or until the appropriate menu item (63 – 63 ) displays. Press . RESET ENTER 9$/ Press . RESET ENTER 4. Set number to the desired value by using , or . Press . RESET ENTER G/$< U63 Press . Use or to select choice: Delay, Latch or Hysterisis. RESET ENTER Only one response can be set. a. Delay: This parameter will actuate the given relay after a set amount of time when past the set point setting. Press . RESET ENTER The display will show “GB/R” and a number. Press . RESET ENTER i. Use , or to enter the amount of delay time (0-60 Sec). ENTER . The display will show “GB+L” and a number. ii. Press RESET iii. Press RESET ENTER . Enter the amount of delay time (0-60 Sec). Press . RESET ENTER 6 b. Latch: This parameter will actuate the given relay. To reset manually, press . i. The display will flash between “/W&+ ” and a number. Press ent . ii. Enter the amount of delay desired before the relay actuates. (0-60 Seconds) Press ENT . c. Hysterisis: This is the percentage above or below the setpoint where the relay will actuate. i. The display will show “+B/R ” and a number. Press . ii. Enter the % of hysterisis (0-29.9%) falling Edge, Press . iii. The display will show “+B+L ” and a number. Press . iv. Enter the % of hysterisis (0-29.9%) rising Edge. Press . 6. To set alarm to “Hi”, “Lo” or “Off ”, press when display flashes Choose “Hi”, “Lo” or “Off” and press . 7. Next choose the state of the relay to be Normally Energized “Q(” or De-Ener-gized “QG ”. When display flashes press . Choose desired state Press to return to main menu. 8. Set SP2, SP3 and SP4 as necessary and save changes. 7 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 General Description The Simpson Electric Hawk 3 Advanced Digital Panel Meter/Controller has both 3-1/2 and 4-1/2 digit displays. All LEDs are 7 segment and offer 5 brightness levels. This high quality instrument has user-programmable parameters, all set from the front panel in easy to understand terminology. The display shows activated set point indicators (up to four). The keypad buttons have both audible and tactile feedback to prevent keystroke errors. DISPLAY Type 7- segment, red LED, 4 or 5 digits Height 0.56” (14.2mm) Brightness 5 settings, user programmable Decimal Point 4 or 5 position, user programmable Overrange Indication (Example: H335) Underrange Indication Alarm Indicators 4 LED indicators for up to four independent setpoints Linearization H335 has a 2 points H345 has a 16 points POWER REQUIREMENTS AC 85 to 250 VAC or 120VAC @ 10VA DC 9 to 36 DCV @ 10VA Isolation 250V RMS MAX Note: Each supply is shown at the maximum and minimum values except the 120 VAC unit, which is allowed ± 10% ENVIRONMENTAL Operating Temperature 0 to 50ºC Storage Temperature -10 to +60°C Relative Humidity < 80% for the temp. up to 31ºC and decreasing linearly to 50% relative humidity at 50°C Ambient Temp 25°C Temperature Drift ± 100 ppm /°C Warmup time 10 minutes NOISE REJECTION NMRR 60 dB @ 50-60 Hz CMRR 70 db @ 50-60 Hz Note: For indoor use to an altitude up to 200m ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERSION Technique Successive approximation with oversampling Sample Rate 10 conversions per second Display Rate User Programmable from 1 - 420 updates / minute (240 default) 8 RS-485 Specications (only available on H345) 2 wire / Half duplex, Baud rate: 9600 baud, 1ms delay per character, 32 Nodes Maximum on Bus. Opti cally and magnetically isolated for ground loop elimination MECHANICAL Bezel 3.92” x 2.0” x 0.52” (99.8mm x 51.9mm x 132mm) Depth 3.24” (82.3mm) behind panel Panel cutout 3.62” x 1.77” (92mm x 45mm) 1/8 DIN Weight 10 oz. (283.5 g) Cover NEMA 4X Rated front panel ELECTRICAL Accuracy Listed as % of reading at 25°C. Add 100ppm/°C to compensate for drift. Tested at 50Hz, include +/-1 count for every 100Hz above 50 Hz Transient Overvoltage Installation Category III, Pollution Degree 2 Analog Output Sampling Rate = 100 mSec. Reaction TLPH WR )XOO 6FDOH ȝ6HF Table 1 - 1

Input Board Type Range Resolution 4-1/2 Resolution 3-1/2 Input Impedance Overload Accuracy 4-1/2 Accuracy 3-1/2

DC Voltage 2 10 00 mV ȝV .1 mV 1M Ÿ 5 DCV ± .05% of reading ± 1 count ± .1% of reading ± 1 count 2 .1 mV 1 mV 1M V Ÿ 5 DCV ± .05% of reading ± 1 count ± .1% of reading ± 1 count 20 V 1 mV 10 mV 1M Ÿ 300 DCV ± .05% of reading ± 1 count ± .1% of reading ± 1 count 200 V 10 mV .1 V 1M Ÿ 300 DCV ± .05% of reading ± 1 count ± .1% of reading ± 1 count 600 V .1 V 1 V 1M Ÿ 1K DCV ± .1% of reading ± 1 count ± .2% of reading ± 1 count Table 1 - 2

Input Board Type Range Resolution 4-1/2 Resolution 3-1/2 Input Impedance Overload Accuracy 4-1/2 Accuracy 3-1/2

DC Current 200 ȝA 10 nA .1 ȝA 1K Ÿ 4.5 mA DC ± .05% of reading ± 1 count ± .1% of reading ± 1 count 2 .1 mA ȝA 1 ȝA 100 Ÿ 45 mA DC ± .05% of reading ± 1 count ± .1% of reading ± 1 count 20 mA 1 ȝA 10 ȝA 10 Ÿ 200 mA DC ± .05% of reading ± 1 count ± .1% of reading ± 1 count 200 mA 10 ȝA .1 mA 1 Ÿ 600 mA DC ± .05% of reading ± 1 count ± .1% of reading ± 1 count 2 A .1 mA 1 mA .013 Ÿ 5.5 A DC ± .2% of reading ± 1 count ± .3% of reading ± 1 count 5 A 1 mA 10 mA .013 Ÿ 5.5 A DC ± .2% of reading ± 1 count ± .3% of reading ± 1 count Table 1 - 3

Input Board Type Range Resolution 4-1/2 Resolution 3-1/2 Input Impedance Overload Accuracy 4-1/2 Accuracy 3-1/2

AC Voltage (Same for TRMS * @ 60 Hz) 2 10 00 mV ȝV .1 mV 200K Ÿ 5 DCV ± .05% of reading ± 1 count ± .1% of reading ± 1 count 2 .1 mV 1 mV 200K V Ÿ 5 DCV ± .05% of reading ± 1 count ± .1% of reading ± 1 count 20 V 1 mV 10 mV 1M Ÿ 300 DCV ± .05% of reading ± 1 count ± .1% of reading ± 1 count 200 V 10 mV .1 V 1M Ÿ 300 DCV ± .05% of reading ± 1 count ± .1% of reading ± 1 count 600 V .1 V 1 V 1M Ÿ 1K DCV ± .1% of reading ± 1 count ± .2% of reading ± 1 count Table 1 - 4

Input Board Type Range Resolution 4-1/2 Resolution 3-1/2 Input Impedance Overload Accuracy 4-1/2 Accuracy 3-1/2

AC Current (Same for TRMS * @ 60 Hz) 9 200 ȝA 10 nA .1 ȝA 1K Ÿ 4.5 mA DC ± .1% of reading ± 1 count ± .2% of reading ± 2 count 2 .1 mA ȝA 1 ȝA 100 Ÿ 45 mA DC ± 1% of reading ± 2 count ± .2% of reading ± 2 count 20 mA 1 ȝA 10 ȝA 10 Ÿ 200 mA DC ± .1% of reading ± 2 count ± .2% of reading ± 2 count 200 mA 10 ȝA .1 mA 1 Ÿ 600 mA DC ± .1% of reading ± 2 count ± .2% of reading ± 2 count 2 A .1 mA 1 mA .013 Ÿ 5.5 A DC ± .2% of reading ± 2 count ± .3% of reading ± 2 count 5 A 1 mA 10 mA .013 Ÿ 5.5 A DC ± .2% of reading ± 2 count ± .3% of reading ± 2 count

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Range 200ȝA 2mA 20mA 200mA ~IN HI ~IN LO microamp (200—A) full scale up to 200 milliamp (200mA) full scale. Because the signals measured may be less than the noise in the surrounding environment, a shielded cable should be used with the signal source end connected to earth ground. WARNING: With this and all input cards, do not exceed 250 Vrms between “IN LO” and earth ground. ATTENTION: Avec cela et toutes les cartes d’entrée, ne pas

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3.3 Volts ~IN HI 20V/200V 600V AC /TRMS Volts: to operate at 200 millivolt (200 mV) full scale or up to 600 Volts (600V) IN HI” is one of two >2V IN HI” connection closest to “IN LO”. IN HI” connection farthest away from “IN LO” (Top of card). each range. ~IN HI 200mV/2V ~IN LO AC VOLTS Figure 3.5 2V Max. WARNING: With this and all input cards, do not exceed 250 Vrms between “IN LO” and earth ground. Connect “IN LO” to neutral line or use isolation transformers to monitor high voltage equipment. ATTENTION: Avec cela et toutes les cartes d’entrée, ne pas dépasser 250 Veff entre “IN LO” et la terre. Connectez “IN LO” à la ligne neutre ou utiliser des transformateurs d’isolement pour surveiller l’équipement de haute tension. IN HI 20V/200V 600V DC Volts: at 200 millivolt (200 mV) full scale or up to 600 Volts (600V) full scale. IN HI” is one of two terminals. If >2V IN HI” connection closest to “IN LO volts, use the “IN HI” connection farthest away from “IN LO” (Top of card). The polarity is important for the DC card to operate properly. Connect the most positive “+” signal to the “IN HI” terminal and most negative “–“ to the “IN LO” terminal. IN HI 200mV/2V IN LO DC VOLTS Figure 3.6 2V Max. WARNING: With this and all input cards, do not exceed 250 Vrms between “IN LO” and earth ground. Connect “IN LO” to neutral line or use isolation transformers to monitor high voltage equipment. ATTENTION: Avec cela et toutes les cartes d’entrée, ne pas dépasser 250 Veff entre “IN LO” et la terre. Connectez “IN LO” à la ligne neutre ou utiliser des transformateurs d’isolement pour surveiller l’équipement de haute tension.

Damage and serious injury will occur if connection instructions for input cards are not followed. If the operating range of any input card needs changed, please contact a factory authorized service center. Dommages et des blessures graves se produire si les instructions de connexion pour les cartes d’entrée ne sont pas respectées. Si la plage de fonctionnement de tous les besoins de la carte d’entrée a changé, s’il vous plaît contacter un centre de service autorisé de l’usine. 13

3.4 Resistance Range 200 2k 20k 200k IN HI IN LO RESISTANCE Figure 3.7 3.5 Relay Cards ohm (20K) and 200,000 ohm (200K) from the factory. Use the ‘Tare’ feature to remove resistance offset created by lead length. Short the remote resistor end and ‘Tare’, this will re-zero the input and cancel lead length resistance. The card provides a DC signal to measure the resistance input accurately. Do not apply any external voltage or current to this card; damage will occur. Ne pas appliquer de tension ou de courant à cette carte externe; des dommages.

1 N.C. COM N.O. 1 N.C. COM N.O. N.O. 1 COM N.O. 2

250V~ 5A 2 250V~ N.C. COM N.O. 5A 3 4 COM N.O. COM N.O.

RELAY OUT Figure 3.8 Single Relay RELAY OUT Figure 3.9 Dual Relay RELAY OUT 250V~ 5A Figure 3.10 Quad Relay

The relay cards are directly related to any alarms that occur on the Hawk 3. The single relay is a “Form C” (SPDT) relay that activates in relationship to “SP1”. The dual relay consists of two Form C” (SPDT) relays that activate in relationship to “SP1” & “SP2”. The quad relay consists of four “Form A” (SPST) relays that activate in relationship to “SP1” through “SP4”. WARNING/CAUTION: “SP3” and “SP4” connections share a common. All relay contacts are rated at 250 VAC @ 5 amp maximum. The rating of the relay contact is intended for resistive circuits only. Use a snubber circuit to protect the contacts from inductive loads. AVERTISSEMENT / ATTENTION: “SP3” et connexions “SP4” partagent une commune. Tous les contacts de relais sont évalués à 250 VAC @ 5 ampères maximum. La note du contact de relais est destiné uniquement aux circuits résistifs. Utiliser un circuit de protection pour protéger les contacts à partir de charges inductives. 14

3.6 Power Supply Cards IN ~ IN ~ 120VAC 50/60 Hz 10VA IN ~ IN ~ 85-250VAC 50/60 Hz 10VA + 9 - 36 VDC 10W

Hold Figure 3.11 120 VAC Supply Hold Figure 3.12 Universal AC Supply Hold Figure 3.13 DC to DC Supply

The AC power cards operate from standard 50/60 Hz line power. The polarity for connecting AC power (IN˜) is unimportant. The unit operates either way. The DC to DC power card is an isolated supply that operates between 9 and 36 volts DC. The “Hold” feature is used to freeze the display. When the contacts are shorted, the display will “Hold” the last reading until short is removed. It is recommended that a mechanical switch or relay be used to activate the hold circuit; solid state relays may give unexpected results. The hold circuit cannot be externally powered. An external fuse is required for safe operation. For AC supply, use a Slow Blow fuse at .25A, Littlefuse Part No. 313.250 or equal. For DC supply use a Slow Blow fuse at 1.25A, Littlefuse Part No. 3131.25 or equal. Fuse only one input. CAUTION: Hazardous voltages may be present. Disconnect power before making or removing connections. Des tensions dangereuses peuvent être présentes. Coupez l’alimentation électrique avant d’effectuer ou de retirer les connexions. 4. OUTPUT CARDS The 4-20mA output card will generate an isolated output between 4mA and 20mA that is related to the input level. This relationship can be set using the menu. Linearization will also affect the relation. The factory default is when the input is at its lowest level, the output is 4mA. When the input is at the maximum rated input, the output is at 20mA. +

Ÿ MAX - 4-20mA 15 Figure 4.1 4-20mA

+ - 300mA MAX 0 - 10V The 0-10VDC output card will generate an isolated output between 0VDC and 10VDC that is related to the input level. This relationship can be set using the menu. Linearization will also affect the relation. The factory default is when the input is at its lowest level the output is 0VDC. When the input is at the maximum rated input the output is at 10VDC. Figure 4.2 0 - 10VDC The RS-485 card is used for communication in a network where multiple sensors (not necessarily those of Hawk 3) report back to a central host computer. , half duplex serial communication, and will respond on a polled basis only. Each Hawk 3 will respond to it’s own unique address only after being requested by the host. The Hawk 3 remains a listener until asked to respond. (See section 7 of this manual for further details about using the RS-485 card.)

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RS-485 4.1 Excitation + - 24V, 20mA 12V, 30mA + - 24V, 20mA 12V, 30mA + Ÿ 0$; - + - 24V, 20mA 12V, 30mA + - 300mA MAX 0 - 10V + - 24V, 20mA 12V, 30mA + (A) - (B)

EXCITATION 4-20mAEXCITATION EXCITATION RS-485 EXCITATION

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The Excitation output card provides a factory set isolated DC voltage of either 12VDC or 24VDC. The maximum output current for the 12VDC is 30mA and 20mA for the 24VDC. Excitation is available alone or can be included with the other outputs. 16 5. DISPLAY AND KEYPAD CONTROLS Numeric and Message Alarm Status Indicators Units Window 4-Button Keypad 5.1 Operating the Keys 5.1.1 Run Mode "= Enters the Program Menu = Displays the Maximum Value (if enabled). Press and hold while pressing to clear maximum value. RESET ENTER = Displays Minimum Value (if enabled). Press and hold while pressing to clear minimum value. RESET ENTER RESET = Resets Latched Relays (If any). ENTER and = Sets Zero/Tare Value (if enabled). Also clears Minimum and Maxi mum values. 5.1.2 Program Mode "= Enters the Edit Mode. Flashing cursor shows value to edit (Numeric Val ues only). = Scrolls “UP” through menu. = Scrolls “DOWN” through menu. = Selects a menu or submenu to edit. RESET ENTER 5.1.3 Edit Mode "= Moves Edit Cursor to the left. Flashing cursor shows value to edit (Numeric Values Only). = Increases Numeric Value or Scrolls “UP” through submenu. = Decreases Numeric Value or Scrolls “DOWN” through submenu. RESET ENTER 5.1.4 Reset to Factory Defaults Simultaneously press"and 5.1.5 Password Reset

Simultaneously press 17 RESET ENTER

6. PROGRAMMING 6.1 Programming Order The following parameter order is recommended to change the display from the default values. Parameters entered in any other order may cause unexpected results. G3 - Always change the decimal point location first, to the desired display range. The decimal point will then be in the proper position for setting setpoints or linearization. Magnifying the display from 10 to 100 is as simple as moving the decimal point. /LQ- Linearization affects the setpoints and analog-out results. If decimal point location is changed, it will display in the wrong place for electrical input, but in the desired location for output display. VS - - The setpoints follow the displayed results of any linearization or decimal point settings and not necessarily the electrical input. $ RX7 - The analog-out “Hi and Lo” settings also track the display results from the above changes and not the electrical input. 6.2 General Programming Guidelines Changes can be made while programming, unless the outputs or relay alarms are critical to operation. 1. Press to move in and out of the main programming. 2. Press or to scroll to desired submenu. Press REs to enter a submenu. Press to scroll back to main menu. 3. To change a flashing parameter press REs and press , or . To save the change and proceed to the next change, press . NOTE: ALWAYS SAVE CHANGES! Improperly saved changes will be lost if power fails. 4. Press REs after making the last change, then return to run mode by pressing while in main menu mode.“XSGW )/6+” will display before displaying run mode. 6.3 Programming Menu Available menu choices depend on the operator’s password rights. Use caution when changing values “on the fly” because relay changes are immediate upon exiting menus. While in local menu, RS-485 communications will halt to avoid command conflict. When in local or remote menu, relay and alarm operations are suspended. If left in menu mode the local or remote menu will “time out” in two minutes then resume normal operation. 18 6.4 Setpoint and Relay Control The followng relates to setting the setpoints 1 thru 4 (if available). Table 6-1 63
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@ Value

UVS (Response) +\VW +L +\VW /R GO$\ +L 0* to 29.9 percent

GO$\ /R0* to 60.00 seconds /W&+ 0* to 60.00 seconds $OU (Alarm) +LB* /RB RII * Factory Reset Default Values 6.4.1 Setpoint Values The Hawk 3 can be purchased with up to 4 separate relay control setpoints (SP1 – SP4). Each setpoint needs to be individually programmed and can be set to a value that corresponds to a programmed display range. To set control setpoints press to enter programming mode. 1. Scroll or until the appropriate menu item “63 – 63 ” displays. Press REs . 2. The display should flash between “9$/” (Value) and a number. Press . 3. Set this number to the desired value by using , or . Press . NOTE: While in programming menu, all other operations are suspended. 6.4.2 Relay Settings Once the relay control setpoints are programmed, the display will flash alternately from “G/$<” to “U63”. Press REs to stop display flashing. Relay responses can now be set. Use or to select choice: Delay, Hysteresis or Latch. NOTE: Only one response type can be set. 1. Delay: This is the amount of time the process has to be out of spec before the relay actuates. a. The display will show “GB/R” and a number. Press REs . b. Enter the amount of delay Lo (Falling edge) time (0-60 Sec) value by using , or . Press RES . c. The display will show “GB+L” and a number. Press RES . d. Enter the amount of delay Hi (Rising edge) time (0-60 Sec) by using , or . Press REs . 19 2. Hysteresis: This is the percentage above or below the setpoint where the relay actuates. a. The display shows “+B/R” and a number. Press REs . b. Enter the % of hysteresis (0-29.9%) falling Edge by using , or . Press REs . c. The display shows “+B+L” and a number. Press REs . d. Enter the % of hysteresis (0-29.9%) rising Edge by using , or . Press REs . 3. Latch: This parameter sets the given relay in activation even after the alarm condition has been removed. To reset the relay press REs . a. The display will flash between “/W&+” and a number. Press REs . b. Enter the amount of delay desired before the relay actuates (0-60 Sec- onds) by using , or . Press REs . 4. Alarm: The unit now flashes alternately between “$OU” and “+,”. The alarm condition can now be set to either above the setpoint (HI), below the setpoint “/R” or “R))”. To set alarm to “+,”, “/R” or “R))”, press REs when display flashes. Choose “+,”, “/R” or “R))” by using or . Press REs . 5. State: Choose the desired relay state, Normally Energized “Q(” or De-Ener gized “QG” when the unit is not in alarm. The unit will flash alternately between “6W” and “QG”. Press REs . Choose either “Q(” or “QG” by using or . Press REs . 6. Press to return to main menu. 7. Set SP2, SP3 and SP4 as necessary and save changes. Table 6-2 Relation between State, Alarm and Type of Relay Card Chart Relay Card/State and Alarm Settings Single Double Quad

De-Energized no alarm De-Energized in alarm NC-Com connected NO-Com connected NC-Com connected NO-Com disconnected NO-Com connected NO-Com connected

Energized no alarm NO-Com connected Energized in alarm NC-Com connected NO-Com connected NO-Com connected NC-Com connected NO-Com disconnected

This chart shows the relationship between the Alarm and State settings and the type of relay card used. NC = Normally closed terminal NO = Normally opened terminal Com = Common terminal 20

6.5 Display Control G&W/ G3 (Decimal Point) Table 6-3 and arrows move dP through 5 (4 for 3½) positions and “no dP*”

)UV+ (Refresh) Value - 1 to 480 updates per minute (240*) E$QG Value - 0* to 99 counts from current value.

EULW (Bright ness) * Factory Reset Default Values and arrows move LED brightness through 5 levels as indicated on display. (5* full brightness)

G3 (decimal point position): the decimal point location can serve as the magni fication of a value. For Example: To display 0-200 or 2000 on a 0-20 volt meter move the decimal point to represent that scale. The display comes without decimal point enabled, Electrical Full Scale will be 20,000 counts on the display (With the exception of 5 Amps). The decimal point should be set before setting linearization. 1. Press to enter the programming mode. 2. Scroll until “G&W/” (display control) shows. Press REs . 3. When “G3” and “ ” flashes, press REs . 4. “ ” is now a fixed display. Use or to move the decimal point as necessary. Press REs . 5. Exit the programming menu by pressing until “X3G7 )/6+” flashes. Exit the programming menu properly to make sure system changes will be saved. If “X3G7 )/6+” does not display, changes must be re-entered and saved. Display refresh; “)U6+”, will show the numbers of updates made. This setting ranges from 480 updates per minute (8 updates per second) to 1 update per minute. 1. When “)U6+” and “ ” flashes, press REs . 2. “ ” is now displayed. Use , or to change the refresh rate. Press REs . The display banding, “E$QG” works differently. The value entered is the amount of digit movement allowed before the display is updated. With a band setting of 2, the value must move 2 counts up or down in the rightmost position to update the display. 1. When “ E$QG” and “ ” flashes, press REs . 2. “ ” is now displayed. Use , or to change the band. Press REs . NOTE: “)U6+” and “ E$QG” can adjust the display response and remove “pops” and “jitters”. The actual raw signal is evaluated against the setpoint and will go into alarm even if the display was set for maximum filtering and gave no indication of nearing the setpoint. Use hysteresis or delay in SP menu to slow relay action. 21 EU W(Brightness) has 5 settings. The default is set to the brightest setting (5). 1. When “EU W” and “ ” flashes, press REs . Number “ ” is now displayed. 2. Use or to adjust the brightness. Press REs . 6.6 Measurement Control Table 6-4 1($6 Off*

7$U( (Zero) On Hold

+L/R (Minimum/Maxmum) Off* On * Factory Reset Default Values 7$U( (Zero or Null): using tare allows user to grab a running offset and zero to it. A running offset can monitor the tolerance of a value instead of the value itself, or remove some signal offset in a measurement. Once tare in enabled in the menu (Tare = ON), the device will wait until and is pressed. The unit will then grab the current value and offset the display to zero. Choose “ KROG” in the tare menu to save the tare value to a more permanent location. No new tare can be taken, but the value will be saved if power fails. NOTE: Be aware that introducing a tare value will change the setpoint thresholds and erase any previous Hi Lo readings. 1. Press to enter the programming mode. 2. Scroll until “1($6” (Measure control) shows. Press REs . 3. When “ W$U(” and “RQ” flashes, press REs . 4. “RQ” is now a fixed display. Use or to move between “RQ”, “R))” and “+R/G”. Choose the setting you want then press REs . “+L /R” (Min/Max), tracks the history of the displayed readings. This menu allows you to either enable or disable this feature. 1. When “+L /R” and “RQ” flashes, press REs . 2. “RQ” is now displayed. Use or to change the setting. Press REs . 22

6.7 Output Control Two optional outputs are available, digital output or analog output. Table 6-5 R&W/ G$W$ 6(U (RS-485) $GU (Address) 01* to 99 (hex) Full*

Inq $OR* (Analog Output) HI (Electrical Limit 100*) 1RG( O 11 )6 (Fail Safe) (Overrange or Underrange) * Factory Reset Default Values Lo (Electrical Limit 0*) HI (move to 20mA) LO (move to 4mA) Off*

The digital output is an RS-485 2 wire communication port. It has a fixed baud rate of 9600 baud, half duplex and is addressable. When this card is installed, the Hawk 3 senses the card and opens the menu choices available to the card. For detailed command sets and communication configuration, please refer to RS-485 Communications, section 7 of this manual. The analog output is a current or voltage that represents an equivalent range of signal on the input. Analog output can be purchased as 4-20mADC out or 0-10V DC out. When installed, the Hawk 3 senses the card and opens the menu choices available to the card. 6.7.1 Setting the Limits (LIM) The ends of the analog output range (4 & 20 or 0 & 10) can be set or ‘pegged’ anywhere within the displayed value of the meter. Example 1: The Hawk 3 is purchased as a standard 200 volt meter. The analog output is configured by default , HI=100.0 and LO=0. When the display reaches 100 volts, the analog output will be 20mA. When the display reaches 0 volts the analog output will be 4mA. In order to change the analog output to 20mA at 200 volts change the “HI” to 200.0 Example 2: The Hawk 3 is purchased as a process meter 4-20 mA input which displays 0-100 percent. The analog output is configured, by default, for HI=100.0 and LO=0. When the display reaches 100 percent the analog output will be 20 mA. (Because the meter is a process meter, the input should be 20mA.) When the display reaches 0 percent the analog output will be 4mA. The limits can be moved or reversed (HI=0 and LO= 80.0). In this case when the display reads “ ”, the analog output will be 20mA and when the display reads “ ”, the analog output will be 4mA. 23 24 6.8 Scaling / Linearization Control Improved linearization on the Hawk 3 allows use of all digits; -9999 to 9999 with the 3.5 digit version and -99999 to 99999 with the 4.5 digit version. The 4.5 ver sion can also be linearized up to 16 points in order to accommodate non-linear processes. The 3.5 version only has 2 point linearization. NOTE: Linearization must be done with a positive slope. Linearization cannot be done with a negative slope or parabola. Table 6-6 6&W/ /LQ (Linearization) &RUG (Coordinates) oFF 1 Pt ELE1 = value DSP1 = value 2 Pt ELE2 = value DSP2 = value 3 Pt ELE3 = value DSP3 = value 4 Pt ELE4 = value DSP4 = value 5 Pt ELE5 = value DSP5 = value 6 Pt ELE6 = value DSP6 = value 7 Pt ELE7 = value DSP7 = value 8 Pt ELE8 = value DSP8 = value 9 Pt ELE9 = value DSP9 = value 10 Pt ELE10 = value DSP10 = value 11 Pt ELE11 = value DSP11 = value 12 Pt ELE12 = value DSP12 = value 13 Pt ELE13 = value DSP13 = value 14 Pt ELE14 = value DSP14 = value 15 Pt ELE15 = value DSP15 = value 16 Pt ELE16 = value DSP16 = value See 7.8.1 for more detail on linearization. 1. Press to enter the programming mode. 2. Scroll or until “6&W/” (Scale / Linearization control) displays. Press . When “&RUG” and a number and “3W” flashes, press . 5. A number and “3W” is now a fixed display. Use or to increase or decrease the number of coordinate points as necessary. Press . 6. The display will flash “(/(”, a point number and the setting. Press . 7. Enter the electrical value using , or . Press . 8. The display will flash “G63”, a point number and the setting. Press . 9. Enter the display value using , or . Press . 10. Continue these steps until all coordinates have been entered. 11. Exit the programming menu by pressing until “ X3G7 )/6+” flashes. If “X3G7 )/6+ ”does not display, system changes must be re-entered and saved. 25 6.8.1 Linearization Detail Linearization off. In this mode the display will relate directly to the electrical input. A 20VDC unit will show-20000 to 20000 on the 5 digit display. Graphically, the input has a 1 to 1 correspondence to the display. 20.000

Display 10.000 0.000 Value -10.000 -20.000 -20.000 -10.000 0.000 10.000 20.000

Electrical Value Figure 6-1 1 point Linearization: In this mode the display relates indirectly to the electrical input. Example 1, The 20VDC relates to a 0 to 35kv transformer. A 20VDC unit will show 0 to 35000 on the 5 digit display. Input tells the device that 20.000 electrical will correspond to 35000 on the dis play. Notice that on 1 point linearization symmetry is assumed about zero, and in this case, there is no zero offset. The display will show (EEE or -EEE) when the display exceeds 35000 or goes below -5000. 35.000 Display 17.500 0.000 Value -17.500 -35.000 -20.000 -10.000 0.000 10.000 20.000 Electrical Value Figure 6-2 Example 2, The 20VDC has a 5 volt offset at zero. A 20VDC unit will show -15000 to 25000 on the 5 digit display. We would tell the device that 0.000 electrical will correspond to 5.000 on the display. Notice that on 1 point linearization symmetry is now assumed about the offset. The display will show over-range (EEE or -EEE) when the display exceeds 25000 26 (25.000) or goes below -15000 (-15.000). 25.000

Display 12.500 0.000 Value -12.500 -25.000 -20.000 -10.000 0.000 10.000 Electrical Value Figure 6-3 20.000

2 point Linearization: In this mode the display will relate indirectly to the electrical input. This case is typically used to create a process meter. Using the example of a 20V DC meter, a 1 to 10VDC process output will be monitored and will display the result in percent. 1 Volt represents 0% and 10 Volt represents 100%. Notice that on 2 point linearization no symmetry is assumed. The display will show over-range (EEE or -EEE) when the display exceeds 10000, (100.00), (input above 10V even though the card is designed to handle up to 20V) or goes below 0(0.00). 100.00 D

i s p l a y V a l u e 75.00 50.00 25.00 0.00 1.00 3.25 5.50 7.75 10.00 Electrical Value Figure 6-4

Multi-point Linearization: In this mode the display will not relate to the electrical input. This case is typically used to flatten a logarithmic response. This feature is only included on the 4-1/2 digit unit. Up to 16 points of data can be entered. Using the example of a 20V DC meter, we wish to monitor a -5 to 20V DC pressure transducer that spans 0 psi to 300 psi but in a non linear way. The transducer manufacturer provides the following information: -5 Volts = 0 Psi 0 Volts =10Psi 5 Volts = 40Psi 15 Volts = 80Psi 18 Volts =200Psi 20 Volts =300Psi We will use this data to develop 6 point linearization. Notice that on Multi-point linearization no symmetry is assumed. The display will 27 show over-range (EEE or –EEE) when the display exceeds 30000 (300.00) or goes below 0 (0.00). D 300.00 i s

p l a y V a l u e 6.9 Password Pass (Password) 225.00 150.00 75.00 0.00 -5.00 1.25 7.50 20.00 13.75 Electrical Value Figure 6-5 Table 6.7

Default 000 Full Access. 001-200 No Access to System Control Menu (SCtL) 201-400 No Access to SCtL and Measurement Con trol Menu (MEAS) 401-600 No Access to SCtL, MEAS and Output Con trol Menu (oCtL) 601-800 No Access to SCtL, MEAS, oCtL and Set point Control Menus (SP1-SP4) 801 to 999 No access except password entry -999 Keypad lockout. All future key strokes will be ignored. All setting changes must come from RS-485 port. This choice is available only if the RS-485 card is present and configured for “Full”. CHG

QX S$V (New Password) Change the password to a new value. This is available only after successfully entering the current password or if the password is set to 000.

The default password stops the user from accidentally entering into calibration mode. The Hawk 3 has several password levels. 28 6.9.1 Password Entry 1. Press to enter the programming mode. 2. Scroll or until “3$66”. Press REs . 3 UG (QWU $ 3. “ ” flashes followed by “ ”. Press REs . 4. “ ” and “ ” flashes. 5. Use , and to change display to “ ”. Press REs . 6. “*RRG” displays followed by “&+*”. 7. Press to return to the main menu in order to continue programming. 6.9.2 Changing the Password 1. Follow previous steps 1 through 5, then press REs . 3 UG (QWU $ 2. “ ” flashes on the screen followed by “ ”. Press REs . 3. Press , and to change to any number between 0-999. Press REs . &+*G 3 UG$ “ ” will display followed by “&+*.” 4. Press twice to return to main menu. Save changes. 7. RS-485 COMMUNICATIONS The RS-485 card is used for communication in a network where multiple sensors (not necessarily Hawk 3 sensors) report back to a central host computer. The RS-485 card is configured for 9600 baud, 8 bit, 1 stop bit, no parity, half duplex serial communication, and will respond on a polled basis only. Each Hawk 3 will respond to its own unique address only after being requested by the host. The Hawk 3 remains a listener until asked to respond. 7.1 RS-485 Command Structure [Prefix][Address][Command][Checksum][Carriage Return] 7.2 Prefix The Hawk 3 listens for messages beginning with one of two prefix characters, the dollar sign ($ , ASCII 36, 24h) or the pound sign (# , ASCII 35, 23h). The dollar sign ($) requests a short response from the Hawk and the pound sign (#) requests a long response with checksum from the Hawk. 7.3 Address The next two characters represent the unit’s address. The characters can range from “01” to “99”. All other characters in this position are ignored. This will match the corresponding address on the Hawk 3 unit. For example: With the address on the Hawk set at “01” the command to address it would be “$01”. The same scheme is used to derive the checksum on a long response, the carriage return is again not calculated into the checksum. 29 7.4 Valid Commands mands for either “Full” or “Inq” modes. RD Read the display and any tripped alarms. RST Reset any latched relays. RA1 Read alarm setpoint 1 information RA2 Read alarm setpoint 2 information RA3 Read alarm setpoint 3 information RA4 Read alarm setpoint 4 information RL Read linearization values. MAX Read the maximum value reached. (MM1 must have been previously sent or HI LO was locally set to “on”) MIN Read the minimum value reached. (MM1 must have been previously sent or HI LO was locally set to “on”) AO Read analog output setting information. TAR Capture current display and use as tare or Zero offset. (T1 must have been previously sent or tare was locally set to “on”) The following 40 commands are only available if Hawk 3 is set to “Full” mode. Where the term “VALUE” is used it will represent a 5 digit number with a properly located decimal point. WARNING: These commands suspend the operation of Hawk 3 until the “EXIT” command is issued. Hawk 3 will then resume monitoring its input and operating relays. ATTENTION: Ces commandes suspendre l’opération de Hawk 3 jusqu’à ce que la commande “EXIT” est émis. Faucon 3 reprendra ensuite le suivi de ses relais d’entrée et de fonctionnement. (Après 2 minutes, l’appareil expirer, rincer tous les changements et reprendre le fonctionnement normal.) DP (0-5) Set decimal point location. 0= off, 1= before lsb… 5= before msb MM1 Turn MIN MAX on. MM0 Turn MIN MAX off. T1 Turn tare on. T0 Turn tare off. SP1 (VALUE) Setpoint value SP2 (VALUE) SP3 (VALUE) SP4 (VALUE) AL1 (H,L,O) Alarm threshold: High, Low, Off AL2 (H,L,O) AL3 (H,L,O) AL4 (H,L,O) R1 (HH,HL,DH,DL,L) (NUM) Relay response: HH hysteresis high, HL hysteresis Low R2 (HH,HL,DH,DL,L) (NUM) DH Delay high, DL Delay Low, L Latch R3 (HH,HL,DH,DL,L) (NUM) The NUMber takes the format NN.NN with values limited to those shown in section 6.4. R4 (HH,HL,DH,DL,L) (NUM) Relay response 30 S1 (D,E) State of relay when not in alarm: De-energized, Energized. S2 (D,E) S3 (D,E) S4 (D,E) AOH (NUM) Set the Analog Output Hi Limit AOL (NUM) Set the Analog Output Lo Limit FS (0, 1, 2) Analog Output Fail Safe Mode O = Off 1 = Lo Level 2 = Hi Level PAS (NUM) Change Password to the following NUMber. (000 through 999 and -999) Note: Linearization points must be loaded in ascending order, or unit will function erratically. LP0 Linearization Off (Display values as measured electrically). LP(1 – 16) The number of linearization points to be load ed. L1 (eVALUE),(dVALUE) One point Linearization. Refer to the table on Linearization (6.5.6 and 6.5.7) L2(eVALUE),(dVALUE) Two point Linearization. L3 (eVALUE),(dVALUE) L4 (eVALUE),(dVALUE) L5 (eVALUE),(dVALUE) L6 (eVALUE),(dVALUE) L7 (eVALUE),(dVALUE) L8 (eVALUE),(dVALUE) L9 (eVALUE),(dVALUE) L10 (eVALUE),(dVALUE) L11 (eVALUE),(dVALUE) L12 (eVALUE),(dVALUE) L13 (eVALUE),(dVALUE) L14 (eVALUE),(dVALUE) L15 (eVALUE),(dVALUE) L16 (eVALUE),(dVALUE) Sixteen point Linearization. EXIT Implement previously sent commands. The Hawk 3 will then resume monitoring its input and operat ing relays. Note: EXIT does not permanently save the changes. SAVE Save present settings in flash memory. Note: This step allows the unit to remember changes after a power down and to allow the Hawk 3 to resume normal operations. This step is not required for com 31 mands that work in “Query” mode. Response Structure: The Hawk 3 will not echo the command sent to it, but, will reply in one of three ways: 1. “%” and some error message. The command was not understood or the optional checksum failed. 2. “*” The command was accepted and the response requires no data. 3. “*{DATA}” The command was accepted and DATA is supplied in return. The percent mark (% , ASCII 37, 25h) and the asterisk (* , ASCII 42, 2Ah) are the only two valid response prefix characters. Response Delay: Hawk 3 should respond in less than 50mS. During this waiting period, no other commands should be issued. If Hawk 3 does not respond, assume no response and timeout. 7.5 Examples NOTE: All replies will terminate with a carriage return (^M , ASCII 13, 0Dh). The following are some examples of commands and their expected response: $02RD Read unit with address 02 *2=138.00A1A3 Hawk 3 response: Value is 138.00 and alarm 1 and alarm 3 are tripped. #02RD75 Read unit with address 02, long response, the checksum is 75. *2=138.00A1A3C7 Unit address 02 response, value is 138.00, alarm 1 and alarm 3 are tripped with C7 as the checksum. $02SP1+12.000 Configure setpoint 1 to 12.000. *2 Hawk 3 response. $02AL1H Configure setpoint 1 alarm high. *2 Hawk 3 response. $02R1DH+2.00 Configure setpoint 1 response to Hi delay of 2.0 seconds. *2 Hawk 3 response. $02R1DL+0.50 Configure setpoint 1 response to Lo delay of 0.5 seconds. *2 Hawk 3 response. $02S1D Configure setpoint 1 relay to be normally de-energized. *2 Hawk 3 response. $02MM1 Turn Min Max capability on. *2 Hawk response. $02EXIT Terminate menu settings and resume normal operation. *2=UPDATE_RAM Hawk 3 response. 32 $02SAVE Permanently save the settings to flash memory. *2=SAVE_TO_ FLASH Hawk 3 response. To verify last setting change: $02RA1 Read alarm 1 settings. *2=HI 12.00,SP_ DELAY=H2000ms, L500ms,RELAY=ND Hawk 3 response: High setpoint at 12.000 with a Hi delayed esponse of 2.0 seconds, a Lo delay of 0.5 seconds and a normally de-energized relay. $02LP3 Set the number linearization points to 3. *2 Hawk 3 Response $02L1E040.00D000.00 Linearization point 1 electrical input is 4000 counts, display shows 0. *2 Hawk 3 response. $02L2E120.00D050.10 Linearization point 2 electrical input is 12000 counts, display shows 50.10 *2 Hawk 3 response. $02L3E200.00D100.00 Linearization point 3 electrical input is 20000 counts, display shows 100.00 *2 Hawk 3 response. $02EXIT Terminate menu settings, save changes and resume normal operation. *2=UPDATE_RAM Hawk 3 response. NOTE: After linearization changes, the Hawk 3 permanently saves the changes to flash memory. To verify last setting change: $02RL *2=,(1)E= 40.00,(1)D= 0,(2) E= 120.00,(2)D= 50.10, (3)E= 200.00,(3)D= 100.00 Hawk 3 response 33

8. FLOW CHART Main Mode SP1 VAL1 RSP1 ALR1 ST1 SP2 VAL2 RSP2 ALR2 ST2 SP3 VAL3 RSP3 ALR3 ST3 Page 2 Value Hi LO OFF ND NE Value Hi LO OFF ND NE Value Hi LO OFF ND NE HYSt dLAY LtCH HYSt dLAY LtCH HYSt dLAY LtCH H_HI H_Lo d_HI d_Lo Value H_HI H_Lo d_HI d_Lo Value H_HI H_Lo d_HI d_Lo Value Value Value Value Value Value Value

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Page 2 SP4 VAL4 RSP4 ALR4 ST4 Value Hi LO OFF ND NE HYSt dLAY LtCH H_HI H_Lo d_HI d_Lo Value Value Value

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