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SCM5B-Temperature

Isolated Signal Conditioners for Backpanels

Linearized 2- or 3-Wire RTD Input Modul 4 Hz (5B34)

Each SCM5B34 RTD input module provides a single channel of RTD input which is filtered, isolated, amplified, linearized, and converted to a high-level analog voltage output. This voltage output is logic switch controlled, which allows these modules to share a common analog bus without the requirement of external multiplexers.

The SCM5B modules are designed with a completely isolated computer side circuit which can be floated to ± 50 V from Power Common, pin 16. This complete isolation means that no connection is required between I/O Common and Power Common for proper operation of the output switch. If desired, the output switch can be turned on continuously by simply connecting pin 22, the Read-Enable pin, to I/O Common, pin 19.

RTD excitation is provided from the module by two matched current sources. When using a three-wire RTD, this method allows an equal current to flow in each RTD lead, which cancels the effects of lead resistances. The excitation currents are very small (0.25 mA for 100 Ω Pt and 120 Ω Ni, and 1.0 mA for 10 Ω Cu) which minimizes self-heating of the RTD.

Signal filtering is accomplished with a six-pole filter which provides 95 dB of normal-mode rejection at 60 Hz and 90 dB at 50 Hz. Two poles of this filter are on the field side of the isolation barrier, and the other four are on the computer side. After the initial field-side filtering, the input signal is chopped by a proprietary chopper circuit. Isolation is provided by transformer coupling, again using a proprietary technique to suppress transmission of common mode spikes or surges. The module is powered from + 5 VDC, ± 5%.

A special input circuit on the SCM5B34 modules provides protection against accidental connection of power-line voltages up to 240 VAC.


Linearized 4-Wire RTD Input Modul 4 Hz (5B35)

In RTD temperature measurement applications requiring a very high level of accuracy, the SCM5B35 4-Wire RTD input module offers a significant advan-tage over 3-wire measurement techniques. The SCM5B35 measures only the voltage dropped across the RTD and almost completely ignores the resistance or length of the RTD lead wires. The SCM5B34 3-Wire RTD module provides lead resistance compensation, but requires equal lead resis-tances, while the SCM5B35 does not require matched lead resistances.

Each SCM5B35 RTD input module provides a single channel of RTD input which is filtered, isolated, amplified, linearized, and converted to a high-level analog voltage output. This voltage output is logic switch controlled, which allows these modules to share a common analog bus without the requirement of external multiplexers.

The SCM5B modules are designed with a completely isolated computer side circuit which can be floated to ± 50 V from Power Common, pin 16. This complete isolation means that no connection is required between I/O Common and Power Common for proper operation of the output switch. If desired, the output switch can be turned on continuously by simply connecting pin 22, the Read-Enable pin, to I/O Common, pin 19.

RTD excitation is provided from the module by a precision current source. The excitation current is available on two leads which are separate from the two input signal measuring leads. The excitation current does not flow in the input signal leads, which allows RTD measurement to be totally independent of lead resistance. The excitation current is very small (0.25 mA for 100 Ω Pt and 120 Ω Ni and 1.0 mA for 10 Ω Cu) which minimizes self-heating of the RTD.

Signal filtering is accomplished with a six-pole filter which provides 95 dB of normal-mode rejection at 60 Hz and 90 dB at 50 Hz. Two poles of this filter are on the field side of the isolation barrier, and the other four are on the computer side. After the initial field-side filtering, the input signal is chopped by a proprietary chopper circuit. Isolation is provided by transformer coupling, again using a proprietary technique to suppress transmission of common mode spikes or surges. The module is powered from + 5 VDC, ± 5%.

A special input circuit on the SCM5B35 modules provides protection against accidental connection of power-line voltages up to 240 VAC.


Non-Linearized Thermocouple Input Modul 4 Hz (5B37)

Each SCM5B37 non-linearized thermocouple input module provides a single channel of thermocouple input which is filtered, isolated, amplified, and converted to a high-level analog voltage output. This voltage output is logic-switch controlled, allowing these modules to share a common analog bus without the requirement of external multiplexers.

The SCM5B modules are designed with a completely isolated computer side circuit which can be floated to ± 50 V from Power Common, pin 16. This complete isolation means that no connection is required between I/O Common and Power Common for proper operation of the output switch. If desired, the output switch can be turned on continuously by simply connecting pin 22, the Read-Enable pin, to I/O Common, pin 19.

The SCM5B37 can interface to nine industry standard thermocouple types: J, K, T, E, R, S, C, N, and B. Its corresponding output signal operates over a 0V to + 5 V range. Each module is cold-junction compensated to correct for parasitic thermocouples formed by the thermocouple wire and screw terminals on the mounting backpanel. Upscale open thermocouple detect is provided by an internal pull-up resistor. Downscale indication can be implemented by installing an external 47 MΩ resistor, ± 20 % tolerance, between screw terminals 1 and 3 on the SCMPB01/02/03/04/05/06/07 backpanels.

Signal filtering is accomplished with a six-pole filter which provides 95 dB of normal-mode rejection at 60 Hz and 90 dB at 50 Hz. Two poles of this filter are on the field side of the isolation barrier, and the other four are on the computer side.

After the initial field-side filtering, the input signal is chopped by a proprietary chopper circuit. Isolation is provided by transformer coupling, again using a proprietary technique to suppress transmission of common mode spikes or surges. The module is powered from + 5 VDC, ± 5%.

A special input circuit on the SCM5B37 modules provides protection against accidental connection of power-line voltages up to 240 VAC.


Linearized Thermocouple Input Modul 4 Hz (5B47)

Each SCM5B47 thermocouple input module provides a single channel of thermocouple input which is filtered, isolated, amplified, linearized and con-verted to a high-level analog voltage output. This voltage output is logic-switch controlled, allowing these modules to share a common analog bus without the requirement of external multiplexers.

The SCM5B modules are designed with a completely isolated computer side circuit which can be floated to ± 50 V from Power Common, pin 16. This complete isolation means that no connection is required between I/O Common and Power Common for proper operation of the output switch. If desired, the output switch can be turned on continuously by simply connecting pin 22, the Read-Enable pin, to I/O Common, pin 19.

The SCM5B47 can interface to eight industry standard thermocouple types: J, K, T, E, R, S, N, and B. Its corresponding output signal operates over a 0 V to + 5 V range. Each module is cold-junction compensated to correct for parasitic thermocouples formed by the thermocouple wire and screw terminals on the mounting backpanel. Upscale open thermocouple detect is provided by an internal pull-up resistor. Downscale indication can be implemented by installing an external 47 MΩ resistor, ± 20 % tolerance, between screw terminals 1 and 3 on the SCMPB01/02/03/04/05/06/07 backpanels.

Signal filtering is accomplished with a six-pole filter which provides 95 dB of normal-mode rejection at 60 Hz and 90 dB at 50 Hz. Two poles of this filter are on the field side of the isolation barrier, and the other four are on the computer side.

After the initial field-side filtering, the input signal is chopped by a proprietary chopper circuit. Isolation is provided by transformer coupling, again using a proprietary technique to suppress transmission of common mode spikes or surges.
The module is powered from + 5 VDC, ± 5%.

A special input circuit on the SCM5B47 modules provides protection against accidental connection of power-line voltages up to 240 VAC.

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Specifications

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  • Input: RTD / Thermocouple
  • Output: 0…+ 5V or 0…+ 10V
  • Bandwidth 4 Hz
  • Isolation 1500 Vrms
  • Input protection 240 Vrms
  • Input Resistance 50 MOhm
  • Accuracy ± 0.06°C to ± 0.36°C / ± 0.03% / ± 0.07% to ± 0.16%
  • Linearity ± 0.025% / ± 0.005%
  • ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1 Input protection
  • CMR 160dB
  • True 3-way isolation
  • NMR: 95/90dB at 60/50Hz
  • Power Supply +5 VDC
  • Operating Temperature Range -40°C … +85°C
  • Mix and Match Types on Backpanels possible
  • Dimensions 58 x 57 x 15 mm
  • Optional DIN Rail Mounting
  • CSA certified, CE and ATEX compliant
  • Wide range of accessories
  • Special Solutions on request