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  • Page 2 ___________________ Preface ___________________ Guide to documentation ___________________ SIMATIC Product overview ___________________ Wiring ET 200SP Analog input module ___________________ AI 4xRTD/TC 2-/3-/4-wire HF Parameters/address space (6ES7134-6JD00-0CA1) ___________________ Interrupts/diagnostics alarms Manual ___________________ Technical specifications ___________________ Parameter data record ___________________ Representation of analog values 09/2018 A5E03573289-AE...
  • Page 3 Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
  • Page 4: Preface

    Purpose of the documentation This manual supplements the system manual ET 200SP distributed I/O system (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/58649293). Functions that generally relate to the system are described in this manual. The information provided in this manual and in the system/function manuals supports you in commissioning the system.
  • Page 5 Siemens' products and solutions undergo continuous development to make them more secure. Siemens strongly recommends that product updates are applied as soon as they are available and that the latest product versions are used. Use of product versions that are no longer supported, and failure to apply the latest updates may increase customers' exposure to cyber threats.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Preface ..............................3 Guide to documentation .......................... 6 Product overview ..........................11 Properties ..........................11 Wiring ..............................14 Wiring and block diagram ....................... 14 Parameters/address space ........................17 Measurement types and measuring ranges ................17 Parameters ..........................21 Explanation of parameters ......................
  • Page 7: Guide To Documentation

    Guide to documentation The documentation for the SIMATIC ET 200SP distributed I/O system is arranged into three areas. This arrangement enables you to access the specific content you require. Basic information The system manual describes in detail the configuration, installation, wiring and commissioning of the SIMATIC ET 200SP.
  • Page 8 You can download the product information free of charge from the Internet (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/us/en/view/73021864). Manual Collection ET 200SP The Manual Collection contains the complete documentation on the SIMATIC ET 200SP distributed I/O system gathered together in one file. You can find the Manual Collection on the Internet (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/84133942).
  • Page 9 ● Manuals, characteristics, operating manuals, certificates ● Product master data You can find "mySupport" - CAx Data in the Internet (http://support.industry.siemens.com/my/ww/en/CAxOnline). Application examples The application examples support you with various tools and examples for solving your automation tasks. Solutions are shown in interplay with multiple components in the system - separated from the focus in individual products.
  • Page 10 You can find the SIMATIC Automation Tool on the Internet (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/98161300). PRONETA With SIEMENS PRONETA (PROFINET network analysis), you analyze the plant network during commissioning. PRONETA features two core functions: ● The topology overview independently scans PROFINET and all connected components.
  • Page 11 Guide to documentation SINETPLAN SINETPLAN, the Siemens Network Planner, supports you in planning automation systems and networks based on PROFINET. The tool facilitates professional and predictive dimensioning of your PROFINET installation as early as in the planning stage. In addition, SINETPLAN supports you during network optimization and helps you to exploit network resources optimally and to plan reserves.
  • Page 12: Product Overview

    Product overview Properties Article number 6ES7134-6JD00-0CA1 View of the module ① ⑦ Module type and name Function class ② ⑧ LED for diagnostics Color coding module type ③ ⑨ 2D matrix code Function and firmware version ④ ⑩ Wiring diagram Color code for selecting the color identification labels ⑤...
  • Page 13 Product overview 2.1 Properties Properties The module has the following technical properties: ● Analog input module with 4 inputs ● Resolution: Up to 16 bits including sign ● Voltage measurement type can be set per channel ● Resistor measurement type can be set per channel ●...
  • Page 14 ● Color identification labels ● Reference identification label ● Shield connection See also You can find more information on accessories in the ET 200SP distributed I/O system (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/58649293) system manual. Analog input module AI 4xRTD/TC 2-/3-/4-wire HF (6ES7134-6JD00-0CA1) Manual, 09/2018, A5E03573289-AE...
  • Page 15: Wiring

    This section includes the block diagram of the AI 4×RTD/TC 2-/3-/4-wire HF module with the terminal assignments. You can find information on wiring the BaseUnit in the ET 200SP distributed I/O system (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/58649293) system manual. Note • The load group of the module must begin with a light-colored BaseUnit. Keep this in mind also during the configuration.
  • Page 16 Wiring 3.1 Wiring and block diagram Wiring: 2-wire connection for thermocouples and 4-, 3-, 2-wire connection of resistance-type sensors or thermal resistors (RTD) The following figure shows the block diagram and an example of the terminal assignment of the analog input module AI 4xRTD/TC 2-/3-/4-wire HF on the BaseUnit BU type A0/A1. Analog input module AI 4xRTD/TC 2-/3-/4-wire HF (6ES7134-6JD00-0CA1) Manual, 09/2018, A5E03573289-AE...
  • Page 17 Wiring 3.1 Wiring and block diagram ① 2-wire connection of thermocouple / Measuring line positive, channel n voltage connection Measuring line negative, channel n ② 4-, 3-, 2-wire connection of re- Constant current line positive, channel n sistance-type sensors or thermal Constant current line negative, channel n resistors (RTD) ③...
  • Page 18: Parameters/address Space

    Type E, N, J, K, L, S, R, B, T, C, U, TXK (acc. to GOST) The preset temperature coefficients are valid for Europe. For sensors LG-Ni 1000 from Siemens Building Ltd (Landis & Stäfa). Analog input module AI 4xRTD/TC 2-/3-/4-wire HF (6ES7134-6JD00-0CA1) Manual, 09/2018, A5E03573289-AE...
  • Page 19 Parameters/address space 4.1 Measurement types and measuring ranges Special features when using Cu10 sensors ● Choose "Thermal resistor (3-wire connection)" and "Cu10" in the parameter assignment. ● Wire the Cu10 sensor into the 3-wire connection technology. ● During operation, automatic, internal compensation of the line resistance of the missing measuring line takes place.
  • Page 20 Parameters/address space 4.1 Measurement types and measuring ranges Table 4- 2 Using PTC resistors Property Technical specifica- Comment tions Switching points Behavior with rising temperature < 550 Ω Normal range: SIMATIC S7: Bit 0 = "0", Bit 2 = "0" (in the PII) •...
  • Page 21 Parameters/address space 4.1 Measurement types and measuring ranges Notes on programming ● Bits 0+2 are relevant for evaluation in the process image input. You can monitor, for example, the temperature of a motor using bits 0+2. ● Bits 0+2 in the process image input cannot be saved. During parameter assignment, take into consideration that a motor, for example, starts up in a controlled manner (via an acknowledgment).
  • Page 22: Parameters

    Parameters/address space 4.2 Parameters Parameters Parameters of the AI 4xRTD/TC 2-/3-/4-wire HF Specify the module properties with the various parameters in the course of your STEP 7 configuration. The following table lists the configurable parameters. The effective range of the configurable parameters depends on the type of configuration. The following configurations are possible: ●...
  • Page 23 Parameters/address space 4.2 Parameters Parameter Value range Default Reconfigu- Scope with configuration ration in software, e.g., STEP 7 (TIA Portal) GSD file GSD file PROFINET PROFIBUS Type/range of meas- Thermal resistor (4- Channel Channel Deactivated • urement wire connection) Voltage ±50 mV •...
  • Page 24 Parameters/address space 4.2 Parameters Parameter Value range Default Reconfigu- Scope with configuration ration in software, e.g., STEP 7 (TIA Portal) GSD file GSD file PROFINET PROFIBUS Type/range of meas- Thermal resistor Thermal resistor (4- Channel Channel urement (2, 3, 4-wire connection) wire connection) Pt 100 standard Ni 100 climatic range...
  • Page 25 Parameters/address space 4.2 Parameters Parameter Value range Default Reconfigu- Scope with configuration ration in software, e.g., STEP 7 (TIA Portal) GSD file GSD file PROFINET PROFIBUS Type/range of meas- Thermocouple Thermal resistor (4- Channel Channel urement wire connection) Type B (PtRh-PtRh) •...
  • Page 26 Parameters/address space 4.2 Parameters Parameter Value range Default Reconfigu- Scope with configuration ration in software, e.g., STEP 7 (TIA Portal) GSD file GSD file PROFINET PROFIBUS Smoothing None Channel Channel None • Weak • Medium • Strong • Interference frequency 50 Hz Channel Channel...
  • Page 27 Parameters/address space 4.2 Parameters Parameter Value range Default Reconfigu- Scope with configuration ration in software, e.g., STEP 7 (TIA Portal) GSD file GSD file PROFINET PROFIBUS Low limit 2 -2000 Channel Value • Potential group Use potential group Module Module Use potential group of the •...
  • Page 28: Explanation Of Parameters

    Parameters/address space 4.3 Explanation of parameters Explanation of parameters Diagnostics: Missing supply voltage L+ Enabling of the diagnostics for missing or insufficient supply voltage L+. Diagnostics: Reference junction Enabling of the reference junction diagnostics if the reference temperature of the reference junction needs to be determined for the TC channel being operated.
  • Page 29 Parameters/address space 4.3 Explanation of parameters Note Shared Device and "Reference channel of group 0, 1, 2, 3" If the transmitter and receiver for the reference junction temperature of a group are assigned to different IO controllers, then both IO controllers must be performing data exchange with the IO device to ensure error-free operation of the temperature compensation.
  • Page 30 Parameters/address space 4.3 Explanation of parameters Setting Description Channel x Reference junction Disable: Channel x is configured with the setting "Fixed refer- • activated ence temperature". Enable: Channel x is configured with the setting selected above. • Diagnostics: Overflow Enabling of the diagnostics when the measured value exceeds the overrange. Diagnostics: Underflow Enabling of the diagnostics if the measured value falls below the underrange.
  • Page 31 Parameters/address space 4.3 Explanation of parameters Smoothing The individual measured values are smoothed using filtering. The smoothing can be set in 4 levels. Smoothing time = number of module cycles (k) x cycle time of the module. The following figure shows how many module cycles it takes for the smoothed analog value to approach 100%, depending on the configured smoothing.
  • Page 32 Parameters/address space 4.3 Explanation of parameters Measuring range center Determines the temperature over which the scalable measuring range is symmetrically spanned. The value must be within the nominal range of the underlying measuring range. It is specified in integers. Maximum / Minimum Corresponds to overflow / underflow for the scalable measuring range.
  • Page 33: Scalable Measuring Range

    Parameters/address space 4.4 Scalable measuring range Scalable measuring range Introduction The scalable measuring range is available for the temperature measuring ranges of thermal resistors (RTD) standard and thermocouples. The measuring ranges for voltage, resistor and thermal resistor climatic are not supported. The scalable measuring range is valid for the following ranges: ●...
  • Page 34 Parameters/address space 4.4 Scalable measuring range Rules ● The measuring range center must be within the nominal range of the underlying measuring range. It is specified in integers. ● The scalable measuring range is spanned symmetrically over the measuring range ①...
  • Page 35: Configuration

    Parameters/address space 4.4 Scalable measuring range 4.4.1 Configuration Requirement You must select a valid temperature measuring range for configuration. Configuration The function is activated using the "Scalable measuring range" parameter. The following figure shows an example of a configuration in STEP 7: Figure 4-5 Configuration for the scalable measuring range Reference...
  • Page 36: Evaluating Data Record 235

    Parameters/address space 4.4 Scalable measuring range 4.4.2 Evaluating data record 235 Evaluation in the user program In the user program, you can evaluate the status and the limits of the scalable measuring range with data record 235, which may result by reaching underflow/overflow. Structure of data record 235 Figure 4-6 Structure of data record 235...
  • Page 37 Parameters/address space 4.4 Scalable measuring range Parameters The figure below shows the structure of the parameter. If the corresponding bit is set to "1", the parameter is activated. * x = 2 + (channel number x 8) Figure 4-8 Structure of data record 235 - channel parameter byte x to x+7 Description of the parameters Table 4- 9 Description of the parameters from data record 235...
  • Page 38 Parameters/address space 4.4 Scalable measuring range Example The following example shows the values for a thermal resistor Pt 100 Standard, °C: Table 4- 10 Example of a thermal resistor Pt 100 Standard Hex. value Dec. value Evaluation of data record 235 V0.0 8 bytes Scalable measuring range active and clipped (clipping)
  • Page 39: Address Space

    Parameters/address space 4.5 Address space Address space Address space of the analog input module AI 4×RTD/TC 2-/3-/4-wire HF The following figure shows the assignment of the address space with value status (Quality Information (QI)). The addresses for the value status are only available if the value status is enabled.
  • Page 40: Interrupts/diagnostics Alarms

    Interrupts/diagnostics alarms Status and error display LED display The figure below shows the LED displays of the AI 4xRTD/TC 2-/3-/4-wire HF: ① DIAG (green/red) ② Channel status (green) ③ Channel error (red) ④ PWR (green) Figure 5-1 LED display Meaning of the LED displays The following tables contain the meaning of the status and error displays.
  • Page 41 Interrupts/diagnostics alarms 5.1 Status and error display Channel status/channel error LED Table 5- 2 Status and error display of the LED channel status / channel error LEDs Meaning Channel status Channel error Channel deactivated Channel activated and no channel diagnostics Channel activated and channel diagnostics Not permitted (error) PWR LED...
  • Page 42: Interrupts

    Interrupts/diagnostics alarms 5.2 Interrupts Interrupts Evaluating hardware interrupts with IO controller The module generates a hardware interrupt at the following events: ● Violation of low limit 1 ● Violation of high limit 1 ● Violation of low limit 2 ● Violation of high limit 2 You can obtain detailed information on the event in the hardware interrupt organization block with the "RALARM"...
  • Page 43 Interrupts/diagnostics alarms 5.2 Interrupts Structure of the additional interrupt information Table 5- 4 Structure of the additional interrupt information Data block name Content Comment Bytes W#16#0001 additional interrupt information for hardware (User Structure Identifier) interrupts of the I/O module Channel that triggered the hardware interrupt. Channel B#16#00 to B#16#03 Channel 0 to 3 of the I/O module...
  • Page 44: Diagnostics Alarms

    Interrupts/diagnostics alarms 5.3 Diagnostics alarms Diagnostics alarms A diagnostics alarm is generated and the DIAG-LED flashes on the module for each diagnostics event. You can read out the diagnostics alarms, for example, in the diagnostics buffer of the CPU. You can evaluate the error codes with the user program. Table 5- 5 Diagnostics alarms, their meaning and remedies Diagnostics alarms...
  • Page 45 Interrupts/diagnostics alarms 5.3 Diagnostics alarms Diagnostics alarms Error code Meaning Remedy Hardware interrupt lost At least one hardware interrupt could not Correct the program or the process be reported because there were too many pending hardware interrupts. Channel temporarily Firmware update in progress or up- Wait for firmware update.
  • Page 46: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications Technical specifications of AI 4×RTD/TC 2-/3-/4-wire HF The following table shows the technical specifications as of 09/2018. You will find a data sheet including daily updated technical specifications on the Internet (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/pv/6ES7134-6JD00-0CA1/td?dl=en). Article number 6ES7134-6JD00-0CA1 General information Product type designation...
  • Page 47 Technical specifications 6.1 Technical specifications Article number 6ES7134-6JD00-0CA1 Supply voltage Rated value (DC) 24 V permissible range, lower limit (DC) 19.2 V permissible range, upper limit (DC) 28.8 V Reverse polarity protection Input current Current consumption, max. 35 mA Power loss Power loss, typ.
  • Page 48 Technical specifications 6.1 Technical specifications Article number 6ES7134-6JD00-0CA1 Input ranges (rated values), thermocouples Yes; 16 bit incl. sign Type B • 1 MΩ Input resistance (Type B) • Yes; 16 bit incl. sign Type C • 1 MΩ Input resistance (Type C) •...
  • Page 49 Technical specifications 6.1 Technical specifications Article number 6ES7134-6JD00-0CA1 Input ranges (rated values), resistance thermome- Yes; 16 bit incl. sign Cu 10 • 1 MΩ Input resistance (Cu 10) • Yes; 16 bit incl. sign Ni 100 • 1 MΩ Input resistance (Ni 100) •...
  • Page 50 Technical specifications 6.1 Technical specifications Article number 6ES7134-6JD00-0CA1 Input ranges (rated values), resistors Yes; 15 bit 0 to 150 ohms • 1 MΩ Input resistance (0 to 150 ohms) • Yes; 15 bit 0 to 300 ohms • 1 MΩ Input resistance (0 to 300 ohms) •...
  • Page 51 Technical specifications 6.1 Technical specifications Article number 6ES7134-6JD00-0CA1 Smoothing of measured values 4; None; 4/8/16 times Number of smoothing levels • parameterizable • Encoder Connection of signal encoders for voltage measurement • for resistance measurement with two-wire • connection for resistance measurement with three-wire •...
  • Page 52 Technical specifications 6.1 Technical specifications Article number 6ES7134-6JD00-0CA1 Interrupts/diagnostics/status information Diagnostics function Alarms Diagnostic alarm • Yes; two upper and two lower limit values in each Limit value alarm • case Diagnostic messages Monitoring the supply voltage • Yes; channel by channel Wire-break •...
  • Page 53 Thermocouple type B: +700 °C Thermocouple type N: -150 °C Thermocouple type E: -150 °C Thermocouple type R: +200 °C Thermocouple type S: +100 °C Dimension drawing See manual ET 200SP BaseUnits (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/58532597/133300) Analog input module AI 4xRTD/TC 2-/3-/4-wire HF (6ES7134-6JD00-0CA1) Manual, 09/2018, A5E03573289-AE...
  • Page 54: Parameter Data Record

    Parameter data record Dependencies when configuring with GSD file When configuring the module with a GSD file, remember that the settings of some parameters are dependent on each other. Configuring with a PROFINET GSD file The table lists the properties and their dependencies on the measurement type and measuring range for PROFINET.
  • Page 55 Parameter data record A.1 Dependencies when configuring with GSD file Measurement Measuring range Temperature coef- Reference junction Temperature unit Conductor re- type ficient sistance (3-wire connec- Cu 10 climatic Cu 0.00427 tion) Thermal resistor Pt100 Pt 0.00385055 No reference Degrees Celsius x (with 2-wire (2, 3, 4-wire con- Pt200...
  • Page 56 Parameter data record A.1 Dependencies when configuring with GSD file Configuring with a PROFINET GSD file The table lists the properties and their dependencies on the measurement type for PROFINET. Table A- 2 Dependencies on the measurement type Measurement type Scalable Measuring range Diagnostics...
  • Page 57 Parameter data record A.1 Dependencies when configuring with GSD file Configuring with a PROFIBUS GSD file The table lists the properties and their dependencies on the measurement type and measuring range for PROFIBUS. Measurement Measuring Temperature Slot refer- Tempera- Diagnostics type range coefficient...
  • Page 58 Parameter data record A.1 Dependencies when configuring with GSD file Measurement Measuring Temperature Slot refer- Tempera- Diagnostics type range coefficient ence junc- ture unit Under- Wire Missing Refer- tion flow / break supply ence overflow voltage junction Thermal re- LG-Ni 1000 LG-Ni 0.005 No refer- Degrees...
  • Page 59 Parameter data record A.1 Dependencies when configuring with GSD file Measurement Measuring Temperature Slot refer- Tempera- Diagnostics type range coefficient ence junc- ture unit Under- Wire Missing Refer- tion flow / break supply ence overflow voltage junction Thermocou- Type B, N, E, Reference Degrees R, S, J, L, T,...
  • Page 60: Parameter Assignment And Structure Of Parameter Data Record

    Parameter data record A.2 Parameter assignment and structure of parameter data record Parameter assignment and structure of parameter data record The data record of the module has an identical structure, regardless of whether you configure the module with PROFIBUS DP or PROFINET IO. With data record 128, you can reconfigure the module in your user program regardless of your programming.
  • Page 61 Parameter data record A.2 Parameter assignment and structure of parameter data record Header information The figure below shows the structure of the header information. Figure A-2 Header information Parameters The figure below shows the structure of the parameters for channels 0 to 3. You can activate a parameter by setting the corresponding bit to "1".
  • Page 62 Parameter data record A.2 Parameter assignment and structure of parameter data record Analog input module AI 4xRTD/TC 2-/3-/4-wire HF (6ES7134-6JD00-0CA1) Manual, 09/2018, A5E03573289-AE...
  • Page 63 Parameter data record A.2 Parameter assignment and structure of parameter data record Figure A-3 Structure of byte x to x+21 for channel 0 to 3 Analog input module AI 4xRTD/TC 2-/3-/4-wire HF (6ES7134-6JD00-0CA1) Manual, 09/2018, A5E03573289-AE...
  • Page 64 Parameter data record A.2 Parameter assignment and structure of parameter data record Codes for measurement type The following table contains the codes for the measurement types of the analog input module. You must enter these codes at byte x (see previous figure). Table A- 3 Codes for measurement type Measurement type...
  • Page 65 Parameter data record A.2 Parameter assignment and structure of parameter data record Measuring range Code Thermal resistor standard Pt 100 0000 0010 Pt 200 0000 1011 Pt 500 0000 0100 Pt 1000 0000 0101 Thermal resistor climatic Ni 100 0000 0001 Ni 120 0000 1101 Ni 200...
  • Page 66 Parameter data record A.2 Parameter assignment and structure of parameter data record Codes for temperature coefficient for temperature measurement The following table contains the codes for the temperature coefficients of the analog input module. You must enter these codes at byte x+2 (see previous figure). Table A- 5 Codes for temperature coefficient for temperature measurement Temperature coefficient...
  • Page 67 Parameter data record A.3 Errors when transferring the data record Table A- 8 Limits for thermocouple types R, S, J, and L Thermocouple Types R, S Type J Type L °C °F °C °F °C °F 20189 32765 22921 14499 26419 17231 11499...
  • Page 68: Errors When Transferring The Data Record

    Parameter data record A.3 Errors when transferring the data record Errors when transferring the data record Error transferring the data record The module always checks all values of the data record to be sent. The module applies the values from the data record only when all values have been transmitted without errors. The WRREC instruction for writing data records returns corresponding error codes when errors occur in the STATUS parameter, see also the description of the "STATUS"...
  • Page 69: Switchable Wire Break Check

    Parameter data record A.4 Switchable wire break check Switchable wire break check Function The "Switchable wire break check" is available for thermocouples. It switches off the wire break check for the module. This is required, for example, to calibrate thermocouples, since the test current necessary for a wire break check leads to measurement errors during calibration.
  • Page 70: Representation Of Analog Values

    Representation of analog values This appendix shows the analog values for all measuring ranges supported by the analog input module AI 4xRTD/TC 2-/3-/4-wire HF. Measured value resolution The resolution of the analog values differs depending on the analog module and its parameter assignment.
  • Page 71: Representation Of Input Ranges

    Representation of analog values B.1 Representation of input ranges Representation of input ranges In the following tables, you can find the digitized representation of the bipolar and unipolar input ranges. The resolution is 16 bits. Table B- 2 Bipolar input ranges Dec.
  • Page 72: Representation Of Analog Values In Voltage Measuring Ranges

    Representation of analog values B.2 Representation of analog values in voltage measuring ranges Representation of analog values in voltage measuring ranges The following tables list the decimal and hexadecimal values (codes) of the possible voltage measuring ranges. Table B- 4 Voltage measuring range ±1 V Values Voltage measuring range...
  • Page 73: Representation Of Analog Values For Resistance-type Sensors

    Representation of analog values B.3 Representation of analog values for resistance-type sensors Representation of analog values for resistance-type sensors The following tables list the decimal and hexadecimal values (codes) of the possible resistance-type sensor ranges. Table B- 6 Resistance-type sensors from 150 Ω to 6000 Ω Values Resistance-type sensor range Range...
  • Page 74: Representation Of Analog Values For Thermal Resistors

    Representation of analog values B.4 Representation of analog values for thermal resistors Representation of analog values for thermal resistors Note A higher resolution can be configured for the measuring range for the standard resistance thermometers, see section Scalable measuring range (Page 32). The tables below list the decimal and hexadecimal values (codes) of the thermal resistors.
  • Page 75 Representation of analog values B.4 Representation of analog values for thermal resistors Table B- 9 Thermal resistor Ni 100, 120, 200, 500, 1000, LG-Ni 1000 standard Ni x00 Values Ni x00 Values Ni x00 Values Range standard in standard in standard in Dec.
  • Page 76 Representation of analog values B.4 Representation of analog values for thermal resistors Table B- 11 Thermal resistor Cu 10 standard Cu 10 Values Cu 10 Values Cu 10 Values Range standard standard standard Dec. Hex. Dec. Hex. Dec. Hex. in °C in °F in K (1 digit =...
  • Page 77: Representation Of Analog Values For Thermocouples

    Representation of analog values B.5 Representation of analog values for thermocouples Representation of analog values for thermocouples Note A higher resolution can be configured for thermocouples, see section Scalable measuring range (Page 32). The tables below list the decimal and hexadecimal values (codes) of the thermocouples. Table B- 13 Thermocouple type B Type B in...
  • Page 78 Representation of analog values B.5 Representation of analog values for thermocouples Table B- 15 Thermocouple type E Type E Values Type E Values Type E Values Range in °C in °F in K Dec. Hex. Dec. Hex. Dec. Hex. > 1200.0 32767 7FFF >...
  • Page 79 Representation of analog values B.5 Representation of analog values for thermocouples Table B- 18 Thermocouple type L Type L Values Type L Values Type L Values Range in °C in °F in K Dec. Hex. Dec. Hex. Dec. Hex. > 1150.0 32767 7FFF >...
  • Page 80 Representation of analog values B.5 Representation of analog values for thermocouples Table B- 21 Thermocouple type T Type T Values Type T Values Type T Values Range in °C in °F in K Dec. Hex. Dec. Hex. Dec. Hex. > 540.0 32767 7FFF >...

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