HA40 4-Channel Controller Safety mA input only). • This equipment is suitable for use in Class I, Division 2, Groups WARNING A,B,C and D or non-hazardous locations only. • EXPLOSION HAZARD- SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY Read and understand contents of this manual prior to operation.
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4-20mA current from transmitters, monitors or COMMON STATUS LEVEL ALARMS LED's other analog output devices. The HA40 is equipped with a Fault and ALARM 1 KEYPAD ALARM 2 CAL IN PROGRESS three alarm levels per channel with features such as ON / OFF delays,...
VAC 50/60 Hz @ .45 amp max (including inrush) and 20 watts steady state, applied to TB5 on the motherboard. If AC power is not available, the HA40 may also be powered with 24 VDC applied to TB1 on the motherboard. A primary DC source or back-up DC source capability should be determined by the total system power budget calculation Figure 1-4.
HA40 4-Channel Controller 1.3.2 Relays The basic HA40 consumes only 1.5 watts of 10-30 VDC from the integral power supply. Two mechanical (dry contact) Common Form C relays are standard and Optional features, and external devices such as remote transmitters,...
HA40 4-Channel Controller 1.3.6 Housings / Installation Categories 1.3.6 Housings / Installation Categories *NEMA 4X wall mount. DIV 2 Groups A,B,C,D; Category II and • • *NEMA 4X wall mount. DIV 2 Groups A,B,C,D; Category II and pollution degree 3; NEMA 4X; IP66*NEMA 7 wall mount for DIV pollution degree 3;...
Variables inside the CHANNEL (see Section 2.2) and SYSTEM (see Section 2.3) menu trees allow HA40 configuration for a wide range of monitoring applications. Select the desired menu by scrolling with Up/ down arrows and then Edit to enter each menu. Figure 2-1 illustrates the menus tree for configuring Channel and System specific variables.
This is the entry-level screen to all Channel, System and Security Keypad Alarm Next Edit menus. It also shows the firmware version operating in the HA40. Reset (Keypad buttons behind door) Use the up/down arrow keys to move the pointer to the desired menu and press the Edit key.
HA40 4-Channel Controller 2.2.3 Fault / Alarm 1 / Alarm 2 / Alarm 3 Set-Up alarms to determine if the alarm activates upon exceeding or falling below the set-point. Menus • Latching determines either manual or automatic alarm reset Alarm 1, 2 and 3 have identical menus. The only difference between operation.
HA40 4-Channel Controller Name / Eunits ASCII Data Fields The Channel Active menu option asks if this channel is to be utilized. NO causes the controller to never process inputs applied to this The first two items in this menu are for entering the 10 character channel and no alarms are tripped or data displayed.
The SPAN calibration standard used must match the value specified 2.2.6 Calibrate Input Menu since this is the reading the HA40 will indicate after a successful SPAN calibration. The SPAN calibration value may be edited if it The CAL SETUP flow chart (shown in Figure 2-6) is designed to make becomes necessary to apply a different calibration standard to set calibration quick, easy and error free.
Several items needing configuration are not specific to any channel requires the specified quantity of that alarm to be active before but affect the entire HA40 system. These are located in the SYSTEM this relay activates. As illustrated in Figure 2-24 Standard Relay menus group shown in the dotted line box in Figure 2-7.
Modbus serial port (requires 10-0253 Modbus option a horn. It could be dangerous if an operator acknowledged PCB – see Section 3.2). This slave port may be used to transfer HA40 the horn AND the light since no indication of the high alarm data to a host device such as a PC, PLC, DCS or even other Honeywell condition would remain.
(shown in Figure 2-12) allow programming of which alarms selected is also shown on the bottom of this screen. affect this piezo and whether by pulse or steady tones. The HA40 display PCB is also equipped with a small audible piezo that chirps The default setting for A/D counts is 800 for Min and 4000 for Max.
HA40 4-Channel Controller 2.4 HA40 System Security Menu A 4-digit Pass Code entered and confirmed in this menu item locks all menus. Viewing of menus is not denied but attempts to edit variables result in the “Locked” message on the LCD.
2 Amp, 250V, 5x20mm fuse located under Pow er Supply AC In terminal cover. The HA40 Motherboard shown in Figure 3.2 is the interface between WARNING: For continued protection against D C Out fire replace only with same type and rating of fuse.
HA40 4-Channel Controller 3.1 Input / Output Optional PCB’s Assy.10-0215 0010-1167 Rev C 2-Channel Controller MotherBoard P1, P2 and P3 connectors on the motherboard offer unique positions Universal Switching Power Supply for I/O options described in this section. A screen appears briefly after power up indicating what options types are connected.
(P/N 10-0221) Transmitter input PCB option # 10-0298, shown in Figure 3-3, is available for interfacing the HA40 to field transmitters with 4-20mA or voltage outputs (0-2 VDC max). TB1 & TB2 provide Channel 24VDC, HI and LO terminals for receiving analog inputs. R1, R2, R3, & R4 are Figure 3-4.
20mA for 100% readings. Make certain that the mA loop output is set to LATCHING on reading devices connected to the HA40. If the HA40 primary power is 100 – 240 VAC, 4-20mA outputs are K1, K2, K3, K4, K5 & K6 are capable of driving 20mA through a 750 ohm load.
DB9 connector S1. Section 3.3.1 lists all modbus registers and their NOTE: function codes. After writing a TRUE to this register, the HA40 automatically returns it to FALSE. CAUTION Read Only Discrete: Follow correct IEEE RS-232 and RS-485 installation guidelines when...
HA40 4-Channel Controller CHAN1 FAULT BIT0 Relay Status 31012 CHAN1 ALARM1 BIT1 Bit set to 1 = LED Blinking, bit set to 0 = LED is steady ON. CHAN1 ALARM2 BIT2 STANDARD RELAY 1 BIT0 CHAN1 ALARM3 BIT3 STANDARD RELAY 2...
4.2 HA40PY NEMA 4X Polycarbonate Enclosure The HA40 controller enclosures are shown in Figures 4-1, 4-2, and 4-3. Non-metallic enclosures are not grounded by metal conduit. For internal ground points to be grounded to earth, the TB5 – GND terminal...
HA40 4-Channel Controller 4.3 HA40XP NEMA 7 Explosion-Proof Wall Mount Enclosure The HA40XP enclosure shown in Figure 4.3 is an aluminum NEMA 7 wall mount enclosure designed for use in potentially hazardous areas. Figure 4-3. NEMA 7 Explosion-Proof Wall Mount Enclosure...
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HA40 4-Channel Controller 5 Parts List Base Units HA40N4 HA40 4 Channel in NEMA 4X Enclosure incl Magnetic Keypad for nonintrusive control, 4-20mA HA40XP HA40 4 Channel in NEMA 7 Enclosure incl Magnetic Keypad for nonintrusive control, 4-20mA I/O Options...
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