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Signal calculator

Type: PR5115

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PR5115 signal calculator performing four arithmetical operations. It is also used for doubling input signal.

 

  • Redundancy measurement with 2 input signals
  • Signal calculator with the four arithmetical operations
  • Duplication of the input signal
  • Input for RTD, Ohm, TC, mV, mA, and V
  • Universal supply by AC or DC

 

Application

 

  • Redundancy measurement of the temperature by means of two sensors, where the secondary sensor takes over the measurement when a sensor error occurs on the primary sensor.
  • Duplication of the input signal, e.g. from a temperature sensor or an analog process signal to two separate analog outputs.
  • Signal calculator with four airthmetical operations: Addition, substraction, multiplication and division.
  • Example: Differential measurement: (Input 1 * K1) - (Input 2 * K2) + K4
  • Example: Avarage measurement: (Input 1 * 0.5) + (Input 2 * 0.5) + K4
  • Example: Different functions on the outputs: Output 1 = input 1 - input 2, and Output 2 = input 1 + input 2
  • Power supply for 2-wire transmitters.

 

Technical characteristics

 

  • Within a few seconds the user can program PR5115 to a selected application using the configuration program PReset.
  • A green front LED indicates normal operation, sensor error on each sensor, and functional error.
  • Continuous check of vital stored data for safety reasons.
  • 5-port 3.75 kVAC galvanic isolation.

 

Mounting / installation

 

  • Mounted vertically or horizontally on a DIN rail. As the devices can be mounted without any distance between neghboring units, up to 42 devices can be mounted per meter.
  • Description
  • PR5115 signal calculator performing four arithmetical operations. It is also used for doubling input signal.

     

    • Redundancy measurement with 2 input signals
    • Signal calculator with the four arithmetical operations
    • Duplication of the input signal
    • Input for RTD, Ohm, TC, mV, mA, and V
    • Universal supply by AC or DC

     

    Application

     

    • Redundancy measurement of the temperature by means of two sensors, where the secondary sensor takes over the measurement when a sensor error occurs on the primary sensor.
    • Duplication of the input signal, e.g. from a temperature sensor or an analog process signal to two separate analog outputs.
    • Signal calculator with four airthmetical operations: Addition, substraction, multiplication and division.
    • Example: Differential measurement: (Input 1 * K1) - (Input 2 * K2) + K4
    • Example: Avarage measurement: (Input 1 * 0.5) + (Input 2 * 0.5) + K4
    • Example: Different functions on the outputs: Output 1 = input 1 - input 2, and Output 2 = input 1 + input 2
    • Power supply for 2-wire transmitters.

     

    Technical characteristics

     

    • Within a few seconds the user can program PR5115 to a selected application using the configuration program PReset.
    • A green front LED indicates normal operation, sensor error on each sensor, and functional error.
    • Continuous check of vital stored data for safety reasons.
    • 5-port 3.75 kVAC galvanic isolation.

     

    Mounting / installation

     

    • Mounted vertically or horizontally on a DIN rail. As the devices can be mounted without any distance between neghboring units, up to 42 devices can be mounted per meter.
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Resistance thermometers

Thermocouples

Cold Junction Compensation = °C

Calculate value of resistance to temperature
(values according to ITS-90 scale)

R = Ω  T = 0 °C

Calculate value of temperature to resistance
(values according to ITS-90 scale)

T = °C R = 0 Ω

Limit values for the calculator

-200 °C - 850 °C

18,52 Ω - 390,48 Ω

Cold Junction Compensation = °C

Calculate value of resistance to temperature
(values according to ITS-90 scale)

R = Ω  T = 0 °C

Calculate value of temperature to resistance
(values according to ITS-90 scale)

T = °C R = 0 Ω

Limit values for the calculator

-60 °C - 250 °C

69,52 Ω - 289,16 Ω

Cold Junction Compensation = °C

Calculate value of thermoelectric emf to temperature

E = mV T = 0 °C

Calculate value of temperature to thermoelectric emf

T = °C  E = 0 mV

Limit values for the calculator

-210 °C - 1200 °C

-8,095 mV - 69,553 mV

Cold Junction Compensation = °C

Calculate value of thermoelectric emf to temperature

E = mV T = 0 °C

Calculate value of temperature to thermoelectric emf

T = °C  E = 0 mV

Limit values for the calculator

-270 °C - 1372 °C

-6,458 mV - 54,886 mV

Cold Junction Compensation = °C

Calculate value of thermoelectric emf to temperature

E = mV T = 0 °C

Calculate value of temperature to thermoelectric emf

T = °C  E = 0 mV

Limit values for the calculator

-270 °C - 1300 °C

-4,345 mV - 47,513 mV

Cold Junction Compensation = °C

Calculate value of thermoelectric emf to temperature

E = mV T = 0 °C

Calculate value of temperature to thermoelectric emf

T = °C  E = 0 mV

Limit values for the calculator

-270 °C - 1000 °C

-9,835 mV - 76,373 mV

Cold Junction Compensation = °C

Calculate value of thermoelectric emf to temperature

E = mV T = 0 °C

Calculate value of temperature to thermoelectric emf

T = °C  E = 0 mV

Limit values for the calculator

-270 °C - 400 °C

-6,258 mV - 20,872 mV

Cold Junction Compensation = °C

Calculate value of thermoelectric emf to temperature

E = mV T = 0 °C

Calculate value of temperature to thermoelectric emf

T = °C  E = 0 mV

Limit values for the calculator

-50 °C - 1768.1 °C

-0,226 mV - 21,103 mV

Cold Junction Compensation = °C

Calculate value of thermoelectric emf to temperature

E = mV T = 0 °C

Calculate value of temperature to thermoelectric emf

T = °C  E = 0 mV

Limit values for the calculator

-50 °C - 1768.1 °C

-0,236 mV - 18,694 mV

Cold Junction Compensation = °C

Calculate value of thermoelectric emf to temperature

E = mV T = 0 °C

Calculate value of temperature to thermoelectric emf

T = °C  E = 0 mV

Limit values for the calculator

0°C - 1820 °C

-0,003 mV - 13,820 mV

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