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Data Sheet • Mann Series
A u x i l i a r y Powe r e d , D u a l S e t p o i n t , A l a r m s
D PA D M A , D PA D C V, D PA D M V
D PA AV X , D PA A C X , D PA RT D , D PAT C X
D PA P O T, D PA R E S , D PA M A S , D PA D RT
The DPA series alarms provide two trip
points for signal monitoring.
• Models available to suit most plant based
measurements
• Two independant alarm channels
• LED status indication
• Dual SPDT relay outputs
• High or Low alarms in any combination
• High repeatability
• Front panel deadband and setpoint
adjustments
• Full Isolation to 1.5kV (ac and dc)
• AC or DC powered
• Removable, screw-type, terminal blocks
• Compact metal housing
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Australia
Weidmüller Pty Ltd.
43 Huntingwood Drive, Huntingwood
NSW 2148
Phone +61 (0) 2 9671 9999
Fax
+61 (0) 2 9671 9900
[email protected]
www.mannseries.com
United Kingdom
Other countries
Weidmüller Ltd.
1 Abbey Wood Road, Kings Hill
West Malling, Kent ME19 4YT
Phone +44 1732-877032
Fax
+44 1732-873873
[email protected]
www.weidmueller.com
Weidmüller Interface GmbH & Co.
Postfach 3030
32720 Detmold
Phone +495231-14-0
Fax
+495231-14-2083
[email protected]
www.weidmueller.com
Auxiliary Powered, Dual Setpoint, Alarms
General data
DPA Series
The inputs can be taken from any floating
or grounded signal source according to the
model selected.
The trip set points and hysteresis (deadband)
are adjusted from the front panel. You can
select High/Low operation for each setpoint
by using solderless jumpers.
Alarms can be generated when power is
lost to the instrument by selecting normally
energised operation for one or both of the
output relays (using internal solderless
jumpers).
General Technical Data
DPA Series Connections
Output
Terminal
Type
SPDT relay contacts internally set
to normally energised (NE) or
normally de-energised (ND) operation
1
Rating
3A at 240Vac, 3A at 24Vdc/110Vac
3
2
Power Supply
Signal
See individual
models
Input signals
4
Type
AC or DC powered
5
AC
110Vac at 47-63Hz (permissible range 100-132Vac) or
240Vac at 47-63Hz (permissible range 200-264Vac)
6
DC
24Vdc ±10% or 48Vdc ±10%
Note other DC voltages are available on request
Universal AC/DC
See /CPS option below
9
Neutral (−)
Power Usage
AC 3VA
3W at 24Vdc
10
Live (+)
11
Normally Closed
12
Common
13
Normally Open
14
Normally Closed
15
Common
16
Normally Open
Case
Earthing is via a stud on lower side of case
Not Used
7
8
Power supply
Adjustments
Type
20-turn potentiometers
Set-point
0-100% of maximum input
Deadband
1 to 25% of maximum input
General
Repeatability
±0.05% of span
Temperature drift
< 0.04% span/°C
Long term drift
0.1% per 10,000 hours
Overall response
300-800mS
Alarm channel one
(Relay Contacts)
Alarm channel two
(Relay Contacts)
Dimension drawing
Insulation Co-ordination
Ports
Input / Power Supply / Relay Channel One / Relay Channel
Two / Case
Rated Insulation Voltage
300Veff
Overvoltage Category
III
Impulse Withstand
4kV (1.2 / 50)
Isolation
2 kV (between ports)
RIGHT HAND SIDE VIEW
97 mm
Environmental Conditions
Operating temperature
0 to 60 °C
Storage temperature
–25 to +70 °C
Pollution Degree
2
Relative humidity
10–90% (non–condensing)
TOP VIEW
Housing
Type
Registered Design Anodised Aluminium Enclosure
Dimensions
See diagram
Weight
0.4kg
Connection type
Plug in terminal blocks with screw connections
Options
CPS Universal Power Supply
90-270Vac and 90-300Vdc (Specify voltage)
HO High offset
Effective depth :
120mm (Top Hat 35mm +/- 0.3, DIN 46277-3, EN 50022)
125mm (G - Rail 32mm +/- 0.3, DIN 46277-1, EN 50035)
To surface (including rail/mounting plate)
For offset > span
Approvals
Mark
DPA (48Vdc and 24Vdc
Powered only)
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E205105
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 142-M1987, 1st Edition
UL508, 17th Edition
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LV Directive
EMC
EN50178:1998
BS EN 61326:1998 + A2
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46 mm
Standard
Subject to technical alterations without notice • Printed in Australia • 7940015646 • 06/2007
Auxiliary Powered, Dual Setpoint, Alarms
DC Current/Voltage inputs
DPADMA DC milliamps
• For DC milliamp signals
• Low input impedance
• Accepts bipolar inputs
• Power for active input
devices
DPADMV DC millivolts
• For DC millivolt signals
• High input impedance
• Accepts bipolar inputs
DPADCV DC voltage
• For DC voltage signals
• High input impedance
• Accepts bipolar inputs
Input Type
DC milliamps
DC millivolts (< 500mV)
DC voltage (>500mV)
Standard ranges
0-1mA into 100Ω
1-5mA into 22Ω
0-10mA into 10Ω
0-50mA into 10Ω
4-12mA into 10Ω
12-20mA into 10Ω
0-20mA into 10Ω
4-20mA into 10Ω
-20 to +20mA into 10Ω
Note: other ranges are available on
request.
As ordered
0-1V into 10MΩ
0-5V into 500KΩ
0-10V into 1MΩ
0-20V into 2MΩ
1-5V into 500KΩ
2-10V into 1MΩ
-10V to +10V into 2MΩ
Note: other ranges are available on request
Technical Data
Inputs
Input Impedance
From 10Ω (see above)
10 MΩ
Up to 2MΩ (see above)
Input span range
20μA to 500mA
8 to 100mVdc
0.1 to 300Vdc (see also HV option)
Input offset range
0-500% of span (see HO option)
0-500% of span (see HO option)
0-500% of span (see HO option)
For zero value > span
For zero value > span
Options
HO High Offset
For zero value > span
HV High voltage option
For spans > 60V
Input Connections
Terminal
Signal
Terminal
Signal
Terminal
Signal
1
24Vdc (out)
1
Not Used
1
Not Used
2
Signal +
2
Signal +
2
Signal +
3
Not Used
3
Not Used
3
Not Used
4
Signal −
4
Signal −
4
Signal −
Ordering Information
Type
Cat. No.
(Model 1/2 - See key below)
DPADMA 4-20mA/24Vdc
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Type
Cat. No.
(Model 1/2 - See key below)
7940011294
Type
Cat. No.
(Model 1/2 - See key below)
DPADMV 0-100mV/24Vdc
7940017849
DPADCV 0-10Vdc/24Vdc
7940011718
DPADMV 0-10mV/24Vdc
7940017848
DPADCV 1-5V/24Vdc
7940012970
Note: For other ranges please specify
DPADMA 1/2/3/4/5/6 where:
Note: For other ranges please specify
DPADMV 1/2/3/4/5/6 where:
Note: For other ranges please specify
DPADCV 1/2/3/4/5/6 where:
1 = Input current range
2 = Power Supply Voltage
3 = Trip 1 Low (L) /High (H)
4 = Relay coil 1 energisation NE/ND
5 = Trip 2 Low (L) /High (H)
6 = Relay coil 2 energisation NE/ND
1 = Input current range
2 = Power Supply Voltage
3 = Trip 1 Low (L) /High (H)
4 = Relay coil 1 energisation NE/ND
5 = Trip 2 Low (L) /High (H)
6 = Relay coil 2 energisation NE/ND
1 = Input current range
2 = Power Supply Voltage
3 = Trip 1 Low (L) /High (H)
4 = Relay coil 1 energisation NE/ND
5 = Trip 2 Low (L) /High (H)
6 = Relay coil 2 energisation NE/ND
Default is 3 = L, 4 = NE, 5 = H, 6 = NE
Default is 3 = L, 4 = NE, 5 = H, 6 = NE
Default is 3 = L, 4 = NE, 5 = H, 6 = NE
Subject to technical alterations without notice • Printed in Australia • 7940015646 • 06/2007
Auxiliary Powered, Dual Setpoint, Alarms
AC Current/Voltage inputs
DPAAVX AC voltage
• Class 0.5 device
• High performance,
precision rectified, input
circuit
• High Impedance Inputs
DPAACX AC current
• Low input circuit burden
• Class 0.5 device
Input Type
AC Voltage
AC Current
Input frequency range
47-63Hz
Standard ranges
1V to 300V (see HV option)
Technical Data
Inputs
0-1A or 0-5A
other ranges please consult factory
Input Impedance
Dependant on input >1MΩ
Input span range
8mV to 250Vac (see also HV option)
Input offset
0-500% of span (see HO option)
General
Instrument Class
0.5
Input response
250mS (from a 10-90% of span)
0.5
Trip response
Typically 150mS
Typically 150mS
Weight
0.5kg
0.5kg
Isolation
1.5KVrms for 60s (AC and DC)
3kVrms for 60s (AC and DC)
Options
/HV High voltage input
For input voltages > 60Vac
/HO High offset input
For offset > span
Input Connections
Terminal
Signal
Terminal
1
AC Voltage
2
2
AC Voltage
3
Signal
CT Input
3
4
Not used
4
5
Ordering Information
Type
Cat. No.
(Model 1/2 - See key below)
DPAAVX 0-125Vac/24Vdc
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Type
Cat. No.
(Model 1/2 - See key below)
7940017847
DPAACX 0-1A/24Vdc
7940017844
DPAACX/0-5A/24Vdc
7940017845
Note: For other ranges please specify
DPAAVX 1/2/3/4/5/6 where:
Note: For other ranges please specify
DPAACX 1/2/3/4/5/6 where:
1 = Input current range
2 = Power Supply Voltage
3 = Trip 1 Low (L) /High (H)
4 = Relay coil 1 energisation NE/ND
5 = Trip 2 Low (L) /High (H)
6 = Relay coil 2 energisation NE/ND
1 = Input current range
2 = Power Supply Voltage
3 = Trip 1 Low (L) /High (H)
4 = Relay coil 1 energisation NE/ND
5 = Trip 2 Low (L) /High (H)
6 = Relay coil 2 energisation NE/ND
Default is 3 = L, 4 = NE, 5 = H, 6 = NE
Default is 3 = L, 4 = NE, 5 = H, 6 = NE
Subject to technical alterations without notice • Printed in Australia • 7940015646 • 06/2007
Auxiliary Powered, Dual Setpoint, Alarms
Temperature (RTD or Thermocouple)
DPARTD Temperature
(RTD)
• 2-wire or 3-wire RTD inputs
• Automatic lead length
compensation
DPATCX Temperature (T/C)
• Accepts most common
thermocouple types
• Automatic cold junction
compensation
• Selectable upscale or
downscale burnout
Input Type
2 or 3-wire PT100 RTD Resistance
Thermocouple temperature
Standard ranges
-100 to 0°C
-50 to 0°C
-25 to 25°C
0 to 50°C
0 to 100°C
0 to 150°C
0 to 200°C
0 to 250°C
0 to 300°C
0 to 400°C
0 to 500°C
Other ranges and RTD types on request
B, E, J, K, N, R, S, & T
mV Span range 8-80mV
Technical Data
Inputs
Input Impedance
10 MΩ
Burnout action
Sets any high alarms (upscale)
Excitation current
0.5mA (constant current)
Upscale or Downscale (Internally selectable)
General
Lead length compensation
Lead length compensation reduces the
effect of equal changes in lead length by a
factor of 100 or more.
Cold Junction Compensation
Automatic
Options
DS Downscale burnout
will trigger Low alarms if T/C burns out
US Upscale burnout
will trigger high alarms if T/C burns out
Input Connections
Terminal
Signal
Terminal
Signal
1
Not used
1
Not used
2
A
2
Signal +
3
B
3
Signal −
4
B sense
4
Not used
Ordering Information
Type
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Cat. No.
Type
Cat. No.
(Model 1/2/3 - See key below)
(Model 1/2/3 - See key below)
DPARTD PT100/0-100C/
24Vdc
7940014900
DPATCX K/0-1000C/
24Vdc
DPARTD PT100/0-200C/
24Vdc
7940017852
DPARTD PT100/0-50C/
24Vdc
7940014212
7940017853
Note: For other ranges please specify
DPARTD 1/2/3/4/5/6/7 where:
1 = Input RTD type
2 = Temperature range
3 = Power Supply Voltage
4 = Trip 1 Low (L) /High (H)
5 = Relay coil 1 energisation NE/ND
6 = Trip 2 Low (L) /High (H)
7 = Relay coil 2 energisation NE/ND
Note: For other ranges please specify
DPATCX 1/2/3/4/5/6/7 where:
1 = Thermocouple type
2 = Temperature range
3 = Power Supply Voltage
4 = Trip 1 Low (L) /High (H)
5 = Relay coil 1 energisation NE/ND
6 = Trip 2 Low (L) /High (H)
7 = Relay coil 2 energisation NE/ND
Default is 4 = L, 5 = NE, 6 = H, 7 = NE
Default is 4 = L, 5 = NE, 6 = H, 7 = NE
Subject to technical alterations without notice • Printed in Australia • 7940015646 • 06/2007
Process signals (Position or Resistance)
Auxiliary Powered, Dual Setpoint, Alarms
DPAPOT Position
• Provides position
alarms (from slidewire/
potentiometer inputs)
• Independant of device endto-end resistance
DPARES Resistance
• Available to suit a wide
range of resistances
Input Type
3-wire potentiometer or slidewire wiper
position
2-wire resistance
Input Ranges
10Ω to 1MΩ (end to end)
Note: input measures percentage travel
and is independant of potentiometer end to
end resistance within these ranges
20Ω to 100kΩ As ordered
Terminal
Signal
Terminal
Signal
1
Not used
1
Not used
2
Wiper
2
A
3
B (100% travel)
3
Not used
4
A (0% travel)
4
B
Technical Data
Inputs
Input Connections
Ordering Information
Type
Cat. No.
(Model 1/2/3 - See key below)
Type
Cat. No.
(Model 1/2 - See key below)
DPAPOT 10KOhm/0100%/24Vdc
7940017851
DPAPOT 1KOhm/0100%/24Vdc
7940017850
DPARES 0-1KOhm/24Vdc
7940017917
Note: For other ranges please specify DPAPOT 1/2/3/4/5/6/7 where:
Note: For other ranges please specify
DPARES 1/2/3/4/5/6 where:
1 = Potentiometer end-end resistance
2 = Input range as % of travel
3 = Power Supply Voltage
4 = Trip 1 Low (L) /High (H)
5 = Relay coil 1 energisation NE/ND
6 = Trip 2 Low (L) /High (H)
7 = Relay coil 2 energisation NE/ND
1 = Input resistance (Ω’s)
2 = Power Supply Voltage
3 = Trip 1 Low (L) /High (H)
4 = Relay coil 1 energisation NE/ND
5 = Trip 2 Low (L) /High (H)
6 = Relay coil 2 energisation NE/ND
Default is 3 = L, 4 = NE, 5 = H, 6 = NE
Default is 4 = L, 5 = NE, 6 = H, 7 = NE
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Auxiliary Powered, Dual Setpoint, Alarms
Differential signal (milliamp or resistance)
DPAMAS
Differential mA
• Monitors the difference
between two current loop
signals
• Low input impedance
• Power for active input
devices
DPADRT
Differential Resistance
• Monitors the difference in
resistance between two
resistance elements
Input Type
Two DC milliamp inputs
(of the same type)
Two resistance legs R1 & R2 in
2-wire confi guration with R1>R2
Standard ranges
0-20mA
4-20mA
Note: other ranges are available on
request.
As ordered
Input Impedance
10Ω
Technical Data
Inputs
Span range
(R1-R2) 20Ω-100kΩ
Input offset
0-100% of input span
R2 range
0-1000% of input span
General
Transfer Function
Output α A-B
Output α R1-R2
Options
HO High Offset
For offsets > span
Input Connections
Terminal
Signal
Terminal
Signal
1
Not used
1
Not used
2
Current source A +
2
R1
3
Current source B +
3
R2
4
Common
4
Common −
Ordering Information
Type
Cat. No.
Type
Cat. No.
(Model 1/2/3 - See key below)
(Model 1/2/3 - See key below)
DPAMAS 4-20mA/24Vdc
DPADRT 200Ohm/
20-40Ohm/24Vdc
7940016144
7940017919
Note: For other ranges please specify
DPAMAS 1/2/3/4/5/6/7 where:
Note: For other ranges please specify
DPADRT 1/2/3/4/5/6/7 where:
1 = Input current range (for both inputs)
2 = Power Supply Voltage
3 = Trip 1 Low (L) /High (H)
4 = Relay coil 1 energisation NE/ND
5 = Trip 2 Low (L) /High (H)
6 = Relay coil 2 energisation NE/ND
1 = R2 minimum value (Ω’s)
2 = R1-R2 range (Ω’s)
3 = Power Supply Voltage
4 = Trip 1 Low (L) /High (H)
5 = Relay coil 1 energisation NE/ND
6 = Trip 2 Low (L) /High (H)
7 = Relay coil 2 energisation NE/ND
Default is 3 = L, 4 = NE, 5 = H, 6 = NE
Default is 4 = L, 5 = NE, 6 = H, 7 = NE
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