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Videographic Recorders User Guide Supplement – Advanced Software Options SM1000 and SM2000 IM/SM2000ADV Issue 7...
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Configuration system's menus – see Fig. 1.2. SM2000 recorders with the optional math equations and logic editor functionality are identified by the appearance of the respective icons in the main Configuration window – see Fig.
Videographic Recorders SM1000 and SM2000 2 Math Configuration 2 Math Configuration 2.1 Math Block Description 2.2 Typical Math Block – Fig. 2.1 Each math block comprises any number of sources, constants, operators and functions, to a maximum length of 40 characters, Note.
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Videographic Recorders SM1000 and SM2000 2 Math Configuration Operators – see Table 2.1 Math result (Assigned to recording channels, retransmission outputs) Source (Analog) – see Table 2.2 Constant (Any numerical value, up to 3 d.p.) Function – see Table 2.4 Source (Digital) –...
Comms AIN 1 Comms Analog input Received via the Modbus/Modbus TCP serial communications link – values see Appendix B in the User Guide (IM/SM1000 or IM/SM2000). Comms AIN 24 Stats 1.1 max sh11 Value since the totalizer on a given channel last wrapped or reset.
Videographic Recorders SM1000 and SM2000 2 Math Configuration 2.7 Functions – Table 2.4 All functions begin with an uppercase character to distinguish them from sources. Function Description Trigonometric Functions: – see Section 2.9.1, page 11 The sine of x (x specified in radians, Rad = π/180°) Sin(x) The cosine of x (x specified in radians, Rad = π/180°)
Videographic Recorders SM1000 and SM2000 2 Math Configuration 2.8 Creating Math Blocks – Figs. 2.2 and 2.3 Select math blocks 7 to 12 Launches Math Pad – see Fig. 2.3 Fig. 2.2 Launching the Math Block Editor (Math Pad) Note. For further information on accessing the Configuration level, refer to Section 4 of the appropriate User guide (IM/SM1000 or IM/SM2000).
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Videographic Recorders SM1000 and SM2000 2 Math Configuration Select the Math Block to configure – M1 to M12. Set the equation using the math pad – see Fig. 2.4, page 6. Note. Digital sources must first be assigned to a valid digital signal –...
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Videographic Recorders SM1000 and SM2000 2 Math Configuration Note. A digital signal must be assigned to a digital source before it can be selected as a Math block source – see Reset Source / Digital Source 1 on page 8 Fig.
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Videographic Recorders SM1000 and SM2000 2 Math Configuration Specify the display range and units of the engineering value corresponding to the electrical high and low values, within the limits defined below: – Maximum and minimum calculated values function. Example ≡...
Videographic Recorders SM1000 and SM2000 2 Math Configuration 2.9 Standard Functions 2.9.3 Logarithmic Functions The logarithmic functions Log(x), Ln(x) and e can be used to The following examples, using preset functions available on the scale process inputs. Math Pad, are included for easier reference.
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Videographic Recorders SM1000 and SM2000 2 Math Configuration Fig. 2.6 Relative Humidity Calculation IM/SM2000ADV Issue 7...
Videographic Recorders SM1000 and SM2000 2 Math Configuration 2.9.5 Sterilization Fvalue Calculation – Fig. 2.8 It is important to note the large change in equivalent sterilizing The ability of heat to kill micro-organisms varies with the type of time which results from a small increase in the sterilizing organism and increases exponentially with rising temperature.
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Videographic Recorders SM1000 and SM2000 2 Math Configuration Fig. 2.8 Sterilization Fvalue Calculation IM/SM2000ADV Issue 7...
Videographic Recorders SM1000 and SM2000 2 Math Configuration 2.9.6 Switch Functions – Figs. 2.9 and 2.10 Therefore, if the Absolute Value Function is used to monitor the The switch functions, HS (High Select), MS (Median Select) and difference between two flows A and B, where Flow A could be...
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Videographic Recorders SM1000 and SM2000 2 Math Configuration Mass Flow Calculation – Average density correction The average density over a given temperature range is used to calculate the mass flow as follows: Qma = Qc x Da, where Qc is the temperature compensated flow and Da (a constant) is the average density.
Note. Input a3 is the actual product temperature input (as a2 in previous examples) but with the density correction applied using a custom linearizer – see Section 4.9.1 of the User Guide (IM/SM1000 or IM/SM2000). Mass Flow – Measured Density Correction Qmm = Qc x input from density meter.
Videographic Recorders SM1000 and SM2000 3 Logic Configuration 3 Logic Configuration 3.2 Worked Example – Reservoir Level Control – Fig. 3.1 3.1 Logic Equation Description Note. This example uses an optional Hybrid I/O Module in position D – see Appendix E in the User Guide (IM/SM1000 Note.
Videographic Recorders SM1000 and SM2000 3 Logic Configuration 3.3 Creating Logic Equations – Fig. 3.2 Fig. 3.2 Launching the Equation Editor Select the logic equation to create or modify Specify the first operand – can be any digital signal. Invert the signal, if required.
Note. Math blocks and logic equations can be tested for correct operation and monitored using the diagnostics facility in the Set Up level. For information on accessing the Set Up level, see Section 3 of the User Guide (IM/SM1000 or IM/SM2000).
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