DMS-40LCD Series - Murata Power Solutions

DMS-40LCD Series
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4½ Digit, LCD Display Digital Panel Voltmeters
FEATURES
■
Scientific-grade accuracy, ±2 counts
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Low power, typically 12.5mW
■
Miniature size:
2.17" x 0.92" x 0.43" (55mm x 23mm x 11mm)
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Large (0.4”/10.2mm), enhanced-contrast, LCD display
■
Backlit displays optional
■
Epoxy-encapsulated, 12-pin DIP
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Panel or pc-board mountable
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3 differential, dual, input voltage ranges
■
Single +5V supply or 9V battery
■
User-selectable decimal point placement
■
Low-battery "BAT" annunciator
■
0 to +50°C temperature range
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Low Cost
Offering a unique combination of low cost, scientific-grade accuracy (±2 counts),
component-like convenience and outstanding reliability, DMS-40LCD Series 4½ Digit DPM’s
provide the ultimate combination of price, precision and convenience. These miniature
(2.17˝ x 0.92˝ x 0.43˝) digital voltmeters combine an advanced, autozeroing A/D converter,
a precision reference circuit and a large (0.4˝/10.2mm high), easy-to-read LCD display in a
single, fully encapsulated, 12-pin DIP package. All models incorporate a built-in bezel and
are easily mounted in either panels or pc boards.
Each DMS-40LCD meter has a dual-range, differential, input configuration
(±200mV/±2V, ±2V/±20V or ±20V/±200V) and is available with a backlit or non-backlit
display. Input impedance is a minimum 800kΩ, and CMRR is typically 86dB (dc to 60Hz).
CMV is ±2V, and all models are overvoltage protected to ±250V (on their non-inverting
inputs).
All DMS-40LCD meters are fully functional and operate from a single +5V supply (drawing 3.5mA max.) or a single 9V supply/battery (drawing 2.5mA max.). All models feature
autopolarity changeover and overrange indication. A display HOLD function is standard on
all non-backlit models.
Thanks to their rugged epoxy-based encapsulation and their advanced, factory-calibrated A/D converters, DMS-40LCD meters are able to withstand the harshest environments and never require adjustment or calibration. Plug-in convenience, long-term stability
and wide operating temperature range (0 to +50°C) make DMS-40LCD meters the right
solution for any high-accuracy DPM requirement.
SIMPLIFIED SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
+5V
+5V SUPPLY/ 1
+BATTERY
RANGE 2
SELECT
12
V+
➁
DC/DC
CONVERTER
0.01μF
–5V
(–) INPUT LO
R2 ➀
R1
➀
11
V–
(+) INPUT HI
≈+2.2V
5V RETURN/ 3
–BATTERY
DP 3
10 ANALOG
COMMON
A/D
CONVERTER
0 Vdc
J1
DATA
4
1.23V
REF.
BAT
BAT
DP 2
9 HOLD/ ➂
BACKLIGHT
5
8
DP 1
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6
DP 4
+5V
7 REFERENCE
IN/OUT
➀ R1 = 100k on ±200mV/±2V (-0/1) models and 909k on all other models.
R2 is not used on ±200mV/±2V (-0/1) models.
R2 = 101k on ±2V/±20V (-1/2) models and 9.2k on ±20V/±200V (-2/3) models.
➁ DC/DC converter is not used on 9V-powered models,
J1 is connected.
➂ Hold function is not available on backlit models.
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DMS-40LCD Series
4½ Digit, LCD Display Digital Panel Voltmeters
Performance/Functional Specifications
Typical at TA = +25°C and supply voltage = +5V (using the single-ended input circuit)
or +9V (using the differential input circuit), unless otherwise noted.
Analog Inputs
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Units
Full Scale Input Range: ➀
DMS-40LCD-0/1
Physical/Environmental
Operating Temperature
–
±200/±2
–
mV/V
0
Storage Temperature
DMS-40LCD-1/2
–
±2/±20
–
V/V
Humidity (non-condensing)
DMS-40LCD-2/3
–
±20/±200
–
V/V
Case Material
–
+50
°C
–20
–
+75
°C
0
–
95
%
Polycarbonate
Weight
Input Impedence:
DMS-40LCD-0/1
100
1000
DMS-40LCD-1/2
0.8
1
–
MΩ
DMS-40LCD-2/3
0.8
1
–
MΩ
Overvoltage Protection ➁
–
–
±250
Volts
Common Mode Voltage Range ➂
–
–
±2
Volts
CMRR (dc to 60Hz)
–
86
–
dB
MΩ
Control Inputs ➃
Decimal Pt. Placement (Pins 4-6, 8):
Functionality
Logic Compatibility
Tie to pin 3 to activate
TTL (on 5V-powered models)
Hold/Backlight Functionally (Pin 9)
Backlit Models
Non-backlit Models
Tie to pin 1 to activate
Tie to pin 3 to hold reading
0.75 ounces (21 grams)
➀ Each model in the DMS-40LCD Series offers two input voltage ranges that are
user-selectable via pin strapping. 5V-powered models can be used to perform either
differential or single-ended measurements. 9V-powered models can only be used for
differential measurements.
➁ Applies for transient or continuous overvoltages applied to (+) INPUT HI (pin 11)
with (–) INPUT LO (pin 12) properly connected. Pin 12 is not overvoltage protected
(see Figure 1). Voltages applied to pin 12 should not exceed the supply voltage.
➂ Listed spec applies to 5V-powered models only. For 9V-powered models, both
(–) INPUT LO (pin 12) and (+) INPUT HIGH (pin 11) must always be at least 1.5V
above –BATTERY (pin 3) and at least 1.5V below +BATTERY (pin 1).
➃ See Technical Notes.
Ordering Information
DMS-40LCD - 0/1 - 5
-C
Performance
Sampling Rate
2.5 reading per second
Accuracy (1 minute warm-up):
DMS-40LCD-0/1 (Vin = +0.19/1.9V)
–
±2
±3
Counts
DMS-40LCD-1/2 (Vin = +1.9V)
–
±2
±3
Counts
DMS-40LCD-1/2 (Vin = +19V)
–
±3
±4
Counts
DMS-40LCD-2/3 (Vin = +19/190V)
–
±3
±4
Counts
“–001”
“000”
“001”
–
–
–
±0.4
±0.6
±0.6
±0.8
±1
±1
+5.00
+5.25
Zero Reading (Vin = 0 Volts)
Temperature Drift (0 = +50°C)
DMS-40LCD-0/1
DMS-40LCD-1/2
DMS-40LCD-2/3
Cnts/°C
Cnts/°C
Cnts/°C
Input Ranges:
0/1 = ±200mV/±2V
1/2 = ±2V/±20V
2/3 = ±20V/±200V
Add -C for RoHS
Power Source:
5 = +5V
9 = +9V
Leave blank for standard
models. Add B for
backlit models.
Accessories:
DMS-30-CP
DMS-BZL1-C
DMS-BZL2-C
DMS-EB-C
Panel cutout punch
DMS-40 bezel assembly
DMS-40 bezel assembly with sealing gasket
Application/evaluation board with standard
MOLEX connector, decimal point solder pads
and attenuation resistor pads.
A panel-mount retaining clip is supplied with each model.
Power Supply Requirements (5V Models)
Supply Voltage
+4.75
Volts
Supply Current:
Standard Models
–
+2.5
+3.5
mA
Backlit Models
–
+37
+45
mA
Power Supply Requirements (9V Models)
Supply Voltage
+7.5
+9.00
+14.0
Volts
Supply Current:
Standard Models
–
+1.5
+2.5
mA
Backlit Models
–
+37
+45
mA
Display
Display Type and Size
4½ digit, 0.4"/10.2mm high LCD
Polarity Indication
Autopolarity ("–" for negative Vin)
Overrange Indication
"–1_ _ _ _ " for negative inputs
"1_ _ _ _ " for positive inputs
TECHNICAL NOTES
1. Input Voltage Range Selection: Each model in the DMS-40LCD
Series offers two, user-selectable, input voltage ranges as indicated
in the Performance/Functional Specifications Table and the Ordering
Information. To select the higher range of any device (such as the ±2V
range for the DMS-40LCD-0/1), connect pin 2 (RANGE SELECT) to
pin 1 (+5V SUPPLY/+BATTERY). To select the lower range, leave pin 2
open.
2. Decimal Point Placement: The location of the decimal point is userselectable, and the decimal point control pins (DP1-DP4) are active low
functions. Select the appropriate decimal point by tying the appropriate
pin (pin 4, 5, 6 or 8) to pin 3 (5V RETURN/–BATTERY). Unused decimal point location pins should be left open. For 5V-powered models,
the decimal location pins are TTL compatible and may be hard wired as
described above or driven with 5V TTL logic gates.
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4½ Digit, LCD Display Digital Panel Voltmeters
3. Low Battery Annunciator: The “BAT” annunciator in the upper left-hand
corner of the display turns on when the supply voltage for 5V-powered
models falls below the approximate range of 2.7V to 3.7V, or when the
supply voltage for 9V-powered models falls below the approximate range of
5.4 to 7.2V. This function can not be disabled.
Please note, the “BAT” annunciator is a convenience feature only. The supply
voltage ranges specified previously in the ‘Performance/Functional Specifications’ section of this data sheet must be maintained at all times in order to
ensure the DMS-40LCD meets its accuracy and stability specifications.
4. HOLD/BACKLIGHT (Pin 9) Function: For non-backlit models, connecting
pin 9 (HOLD/BACKLIGHT) to pin 3 (5V RETURN/
–BATTERY) will hold (continuously display) the last reading.
If not used, pin 9 should be left open for these models.
For backlit models, grounding pin 9 (i.e. connecting it to pin 3) turns on the
backlighting LED’s. 9V-powered backlit models function with supply voltages
up to +14V, however, activating the backlight with voltages greater than
9.2V can damage the meter. Therefore, a 1/4 Watt series resistor must be
installed between pins 3 and 9 in these situations. The value of the series
resistor is determined using the following formula:
RSeries =
+BATTERY – 9.2V
Ohms
0.035
Example: If +BATTERY (pin 1 with respect to pin 3) is +12.6V,
RSeries =
+12.6 – 9.2V
Ohms
0.035
RSeries = 97 Ohms
In any backlit application, including those with supply voltages
< 9.2V, the current drawn by the backlight (and therefore the current drawn
by the meter) can be reduced by installing a 1/4 Watt resistor between pins 3
and 9. The brightness of the backlight will be reduced proportionately.
5. ANALOG COMMON (Pin 10): This pin is connected to an internal, lownoise, “relative” ground. It is used in certain “floating” measurements as
described in the Applications section of this data sheet and Ap Note 3 of the
DATEL Panel Meter Catalog. Pin 10 should not be connected to pin 3 (5V
RETURN/–BATTERY) or to your system’s analog ground.
6. REFERENCE IN/OUT (Pin 7): This pin accesses the meter’s internal reference and is used during the factory calibration procedure. Pin 7 should be
left open in most common applications. It can be used in certain “ratiometric”
applications in which it is desireable for the meter’s reference to track an
external reference. See the Applications section of the DATEL Panel Meter
Catalog for more details.
7. Gain Adjust: There is a gain-adjust potentiometer on the back of each
meter. It has approximately ±150 counts of adjustment range. Since
these devices essentially have no zero/offset errors, a gain adjustment is
effectively an overall accuracy adjustment. Though they may be performed
at any point (except zero), accuracy adjustments are most effective when
performed with higher level input signals.
8. Soldering Methods: All models in the DMS-40LCD Series easily withstand
most common wave soldering operations. We recommend, however, you
evaluate the effects your particular soldering techniques may have on the
meter’s plastic case and high-precision electrical performance. We recommend the use of no-clean solders.
9. Suggested Mating Connectors:
Panel mounted:
Connector housing
Terminal type
Crimping tool
Wire size
Insulation diameter
Stripping length
DATEL P/N 4320-01069-0
DATEL P/N 4400-01032-0
DATEL P/N 39-2099000
22 to 26 AWG
0.062” (1.57mm) maximum
0.100 to 0.125” (2.54 to 3.17mm)
Board mounted:
Socket
DATEL P/N 4320-01074-0
APPLICATIONS
DMS-40LCD meters are available in either 5V-powered or 9V-powered models.
9V devices operate directly from 7.5V to 14V supplies (usually batteries) without
the need for external voltage regulators. 9V devices, however, can not be used
to measure voltages referenced to the negative battery terminal (pin 3) because
the minus input to the meter (pin 12, (–) INPUT LO) must always be at least
1.5V above pin 3. 9V-powered meters can only be used to make differential and
not single-ended measurements.
5V-powered devices operate from any well-regulated +5V supply and will accurately measure voltages both above and below pin 3 (5V RETURN) in either
single-ended or differential configurations.
1. Single-Ended Input Configurations: True single-ended measurements
can only be made with 5V-powered meters. The circuit of Figure 2 avoids
problems normally associated with ground loop currents. Separate ground
runs should be used for 5V RETURN (pin 3) and (–) INPUT LO (pin 12).
DMS-40LCD-0/1-5
11
(+) IN HI
+
VIN
–
12
(–) IN LO
1
2
+5V SUP
RANGE
6
3
DP1
5V RET
120 VAC
AC to DC Converter
Figure 2. Single-Ended Input Configuration
(5V-Powered Models)
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4½ Digit, LCD Display Digital Panel Voltmeters
APPLICATIONS
2. Differential Input Configurations: Differential measurements can be
made with either 5V-powered or 9V-powered meters. Figure 3, though
not a practical real-world application, uses a voltage divider to demonstrate the concept of a differential input signal. Be careful not to exceed
the ±2V common mode voltage limitation for 5V-powered meters.
DMS-40LCD-0/1-5
11
(+) IN HI
R1
1k
6
DP1
12
(–) IN LO
1
+5V SUP
2
RANGE
3
5V RET
4. Floating Signal Source Measurements: Floating signals can be
measured using the circuits shown in Figures 5 and 6. Figure 5 uses
a 5V-powered meter. Figure 6 uses a 9V-powered meter. Both figures
show a DMS-40LCD-0/1 with pin 2 tied to pin 1 yielding a ±2V input
range. Connecting pin 10 (ANALOG COMMON) to (–) INPUT LO (pin
12) provides the reference point for the meter’s input.
A “floating” input is a signal that has no galvanic connection to the
meter’s power supply. In the figures below, the 1.5V battery illustrates a
true floating input.
R2
1k
DMS-40LCD-0/1-5
11
(+) IN HI
R3
1k
1.5V
CELL
+
–
120 VAC
10
ANA COMM
12
(–) IN LO
1
+5V SUP
AC to DC Converter
Figure 3. Differential Input Configuration
(5V-Powered Models)
2
RANGE
3
5V RET
6
DP1
120 VAC
AC to DC Converter
3. Engineering Scaling: For measuring voltages greater than the full
scale input range of a given meter, the input signal must be attenuated.
A simple voltage divider (similar to that shown in Figure 4) will scale
the input to within the range of the selected meter. R1 and R2 should
be precision, ±1%, metal film resistors with absolute TCR’s less than
50ppm/°C. See Ap Note 4 for more information on engineering scaling.
50kΩ < R1 + R2 < 10MΩ
Figure 5. Floating Input Measurements
(5V-Powered Models)
1.5V
CELL
+
–
R2
DMS-40LCD-0/1-9
11
(+) IN HI
x VIN = Reading
10
ANA COMM
12
(–) IN LO
R1 + R2
1
2
+ BAT
RANGE
3
6
–BAT
DP1
DMS-40LCD-0/1-5
+
9V
BATTERY
–
11
(+) IN HI
12
(–) IN LO
Figure 6. Floating Input Measurements
(9V-Powered Models)
3
5V RET
R2
R1
+
VIN
–
Figure 4. Input Attenuation Circuit
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4½ Digit, LCD Display Digital Panel Voltmeters
APPLICATIONS
5. Process Control (4-to-20mA) Measurements: In many common
process-control applications, a 4-to-20mA current loop is used to
transmit information. Because DMS-40LCD meters have such high
input impedance, a simple shunt resistor across the meter’s input can
be used to convert the loop current to a voltage. See Figure 7. The
value of the shunt resistor is a function of the scaling requirements of
the particular application and can be calculated using the following
equation:
RShunt = R1 = VFsr / I Fsr
Where:
6. Power Supply Monitoring: A popular application for DATEL’s lowpower LCD meters is monitoring the supply voltage in battery-operated
portable equipment. Figure 8 demonstrates how a 9V-powered DMS40LCD can be used to monitor its own supply. The meter used is the
DMS-40LCD-0/1-9 configured for its ±2V input range (pin 2 connected
to pin 1). A three-resistor voltage divider is used to attenuate the battery voltage and also to satisfy the requirement that the input voltages
applied to pins 12 and 11 be at least 1.5 Volts above and below the
battery voltage applied to pins 1 (+BATTERY) and 3 (–BATTERY).
The divider should be designed so that 1/10th the battery voltage falls
across the inputs to the meter.
VFsr = Full scale reading (in Volts)
R2
= 0.1
(R1 + R2 + R3)
I Fsr = Relative full scale current (in Amps)
Example: For a meter with a 2V full scale input (1.999 full
scale reading) and a desired full scale display reading of
1000 (with an input of 20mA), VFsr = 1.000 Volts
RShunt = 1.000V/(0.020 – 0.004)A
RShunt = 1.000V/0.016A = 62.5 Ohms
To calibrate the circuit of Figure 7, perform the following:
1. With 4mA applied, adjust the 50kΩ potentiometer (R2) to
display a reading of "0000" (assuming that is the desired
reading).
Therefore, the 9V battery voltage appears to the meter inputs as 0.9V.
With the decimal point moved to its DP2 position (pin 5 tied to pin 3),
the meter reads 9.000 Volts.
The circuit can be calibrated by first measuring the actual battery voltage with another meter and then adjusting the gain-adjust potentiometer on the back of the DMS-40LCD until a similar reading is obtained.
If possible, the resistors in the divider should be ±1% metal-film types
with TCR’s less than 50ppm/°C.
DMS-40LCD-0/1-9
11
(+) IN HI
2. With 20mA applied, adjust the gain-adjust potentiometer on
the back of the meter to display a reading of "19999".
For different full scale readings, alter the value of RShunt
accordingly.
1
+BAT
DMS-40LCD-0/1-5
11
(+) IN HI
+
12
(–) IN LO
2
RANGE
3
–BAT
5
DP2
R1
45.3k
R2
10.1k
R3
45.3k
+
10
ANA COMM
9V
BATTERY
–
4-20mA
R1
12
(–) IN LO
R2
1
+5V SUP
2
RANGE
3
5V RET
Figure 8. Power Supply Monitor
(9V-Powered Models)
–
50k
120 VAC
AC to DC Converter
Figure 7. 4-to-20mA Current Loop Operation
(5V-Powered Models)
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DMS-40LCD Series
4½ Digit, LCD Display Digital Panel Voltmeters
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS: Inches (mm)
TOLERANCES: 2 PL DEC ±0.02 (±0.51)
3 PL DEC ±0.010 (±0.254)
PIN #1
IDENTIFIER
DMS-40LCD-X/X-XX
LEAD DIMENSIONS: 0.025 (0.635) x 0.025 (0.635) NOMINAL
MADE IN USA
®
CALIBRATION POTENTIOMETER HOLE LOCATION
FRONT VIEW
PIN 1
0.290
(7.37)
+5V SUPPLY/ +BATTERY
RANGE SELECT
5V RETURN/ –BATTERY
DP3
DP2
DP1
12
11
10
9
8
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
0.325
(8.26)
DP1
0.125 (3.175) DIAMETER
(USE ONLY WHEN PC BOARD MOUNTING)
®
RECOMMENDED PC BOARD FINISHED HOLE DIAMETER:
0.042 ±0.003 (1.067 ±0.076)
DP2
DP3
0.92
(23.4)
2.17
(55.1)
0.84
(21.3)
2.09
(53.1)
(–) INPUT LO
(+) INPUT HI
ANALOG COMMON
HOLD/BACKLIGHT
DP4
REFERENCE IN/OUT
DP4
0.430 (10.92) STANDARD
0.560 (14.22) BACKLIT
0.040
(1.02)
0.25 (6.4) TYP.
0.040
(1.02)
0.10
(2.5)
TYP.
0.17
(4.3)
TYP.
0.15
(3.7)
TYP.
1.80
(45.7)
0.040
(1.02)
0.50
(12.7)
BEZEL INSTALLATION AND RECOMMENDED DRILL AND PANEL CUTOUT
#2-56 INSERT
0.156 (3.96) DEEP
FRONT VIEW
0.187
(4.75)
BEZEL INSTALLATION
PANEL
1.270
(32.26)
®
®
MADE IN USA
2.55 (64.77)
BEZEL
RECOMMENDED DRILL AND PANEL CUTOUT DIMENSIONS
INTERNAL CORNER RADII:
0.032 (0.81) MAX.
0.116
(2.95)
RETAINING CLIP INSTALLATION
1.07
(27.18)
PANEL CUTOUT
0.878
(22.30)
PANEL
2.118 (53.80)
2.35 (59.69)
0.093 (2.362) DIAMETER (4 REQUIRED)
ONLY WHEN USING OPTIONAL BEZEL ASSEMBLY
0.096
(2.44)
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