This chapter describes the various menus of the transmitter in details. The menu diagrams
are shown in appendix menu diagrams.
Three outputs are available:
● Current output (range and time constant); terminals 31 and 32.
● Digital output (pulse, frequency, error, limit, or batch settings); terminals 56, 57, and 58.
● Relay output (error, limit, and batch settings); terminals 44, 45, and 46.
In the current output menu it is possible to select current output direction, range and time
constant, see also Current output menu diagram.
If current output "4-20 mA + Alarm" is selected, then alarm level and alarm differentiation
may also be defined.
"Alarm level" defines if an alarm should be above 21 mA "High" or below 3.6 mA "Low".
"Alarm diff." defines whether or not the alarm should vary according to selected error level.
Error level "Fatal". "Permanent" or "Warning" is selected in "Basic settings".
If Alarm differentiation is set to "Yes", depending on the Alarm level setting, the current
output will show:
If Alarm differentiation is set to "No", depending on the Alarm level setting, the current output
For setting of error level, see Error level menu diagram.
If current output is not used, it must be set to "Off".
Output / Error level
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