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    InstructionManual

    Yokogawa Electric Corporation

    IM 4D5B1-01E12th Edition

    IM 4D5B1-01E

    Models 436001, 436002,436003, 436004, 436006R1000 Recorder

    *4D5B101E1

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    Disk No. MR06

    12th Edition : January 2000 (YG)

    All Rights Reserved, Copyright 1992, Yokogawa Electric Corporation

    INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing the R1000 Recorder.To take full advantage of all functions of the R1000 Industrial Recorder, and tooperate this instrument correctly and efficiently, please read this Instruction Manualcarefully before use.

    NOTES YOKOGAWA reserves the right to change this manual at any time without notice. If you find any ambiguities or errors in this manual, please inform YOKOGAWA. This manual is the eleventh edition, July 1998.

    Previous editions were released as follows:

    July 92August 92January 93

    May 93October 93April 94February 95October 95April 96May 98July 98January 2000

    first editionsecond editionthird edition

    fourth editionfifth editionsixth editionseventh editioneighth editionninth editiontenth editioneleventh editiontwelve edition

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS The R1000 (except portable type) conforms to IEC 348 under the followingconditions:This recorder certified CSA22.2 No.1010.1.This recorder complies with EN61010-1. This instrument complies with inatallation category II.

    The following general safety precautions must be observed during all phases of operation, service, and repair of this instrument. Failure to comply with theseprecautions or with specific WARNINGS given elsewhere in this manual violates safetystandards of design, manufacture, and intended use of the instrument.YOKOGAWA Electric Corporation assumes no liability for the customers failure tocomply with these requirements.

    General definitions of safety symbols used on equipment and in manuals

    Explanation : To avoid injury, death of personnel or damage to the instrument, the

    operator must refer to an explanation in the instruction manual.

    Protective grounding terminal : To protect against electrical shock in case of a fault.This symbol indicates that the terminal must be connected to ground before operation of equipment.

    High temperature: To avoid injury caused by hot surface, don't touch the heatsink.

    WARNINGA WARNING sign denotes a hazard. It calls attention to a procedure, practice,condition or the like, which, if not correctly performed or adhered to, could resultin injury or death of personnel.

    CAUTION A CAUTION sign denotes a hazard. It calls attention to a procedure, practice,condition or the like, which, if not correctly performed or adhered to, could resultin damage to or destruction of part of the product.

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    T E R M I N O L O G Y

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    7.1.6 Scale Setting (SCL Setting) ...................................................................... 7 - 77.1.7 Setting to Obtain Square Root (SQRT Setting) ........................................... 7 - 8

    7.2 How to Set Alarms ............................................................................. 7 - 107.3 How to Assign Units ........................................................................... 7 - 127.4 How to Set the Chart Speed .............................................................. 7 - 137.5 How to Set the Clock.......................................................................... 7 - 147.6 How to Copy Channel Settings to Another Channel .......................... 7 - 157.7 How to Set the Remote RJC .............................................................. 7 - 16

    Chapter 8 AUXILIARY SETTINGS (AUX)8.1 Settings for Analog Recording ........................................................... 8 - 1

    8.1.1 How to Adjust the Trend Recording Format (Dot Model) .............................. 8 - 28.1.2 How to Set Zone Recording ..................................................................... 8 - 38.1.3 How to Set Partial Expanded Recording .................................................... 8 - 4

    8.2 Settings for Digital Printing ................................................................. 8 - 68.2.1 How to Select the Periodic Printout ON/OFF .............................................. 8 - 68.2.2 How to Set a Tag .................................................................................... 8 - 78.2.3 How to Set Messages ............................................................................. 8 - 8

    8.3 How to Set the Chart Speed Used When Change-on-alarmor Remote Control is Selected ........................................................... 8 - 9

    Chapter 9 CHANGING INITIAL SETTINGSThese settings are entered during manufacturing and seldom need to be changed.9.1 How to Change Initial Settings for the Alarm Function ....................... 9 - 1

    9.1.1 How to Select the Reflash Function ON/OFF .............................................. 9 - 29.1.2 How to Select the Output Relay to be of AND/OR Type ............................... 9 - 39.1.3 How to Select the Output Relay to be Energizing/De-energizing on Alarm ..... 9 - 49.1.4 How to Select the Alarm Output Relay to be of HOLD/NON-HOLD Type ....... 9 - 59.1.5 How to Select the Alarm Indicator to be of HOLD/NON-HOLD Type .............. 9 - 69.1.6 How to Set the Sampling Interval for Rate-of-change Alarms ........................... 9 - 79.1.7 How to Select Alarm Hysteresis ON/OFF ................................................... 9 - 8

    9.2 How to Change Initial Settings for the Input ....................................... 9 - 99.2.1 How to Set the A/D Integration Time ......................................................... 9 - 99.2.2 How to Set Upscale/Downscale TC Burnout ..................................................... 9 - 109.2.3 How to Set Internal or External RJC .......................................................... 9 - 11

    9.2.4 How to Select the Input Filter (Pen Model) ................................................. 9 - 129.2.5 How to Select a Moving Average (Dot Model) ............................................ 9 - 139.3 How to Change Initial Settings for Analog Recording ........................ 9 - 14

    9.3.1 How to Select Pen Offset Compensation ON/OFF (Pen Model) .................... 9 - 149.3.2 How to Assign Different Colors to Channels (Dot Model) ............................. 9 - 15

    9.4 How to Change Initial Settings for Digital Printouts............................ 9 - 169.4.1 How to Select Channel Numbers or Tag Printout ........................................ 9 - 169.4.2 How to Select Scales Printout ON/OFF ..................................................... 9 - 169.4.3 How to Select the New Chart Speed Printout ON/OFF ................................ 9 - 179.4.4 How to Select the Record Start Time Printout ON/OFF ................................ 9 - 179.4.5 How to Select Alarm Settings and Alarm Printout ............................................. 9 - 189.4.6 How to Select to Trigger the Periodic Printout .................................................. 9 - 18

    9.5 How to Select the Type of Bargraph .................................................. 9 - 20

    9.6 How to Change the Temperature Unit (for USA) ............................... 9 - 219.7 How to Initialize Settings .................................................................... 9 - 219.8 How to Change Initial Settings for the REMOTE Option .................... 9 - 229.9 How to Select to Trigger the Recording to Start/Stop ........................ 9 - 239.10 How to Change Key-lock Settings ...................................................... 9 - 24

    Chapter 10 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONSChapter 11 MAINTENANCE

    11.1 Periodic Maintenance ......................................................................... 11 - 111.2 Fuse Replacement ............................................................................. 11 - 211.3 Pen Adjustment (Pen Model) ............................................................. 11 - 311.4 Printer Carriage Adjustment (Dot Model) ........................................... 11 - 411.5 Calibration ................................................................................. ......... 11 - 511.6 Cleaning the Plotter Carriage Shaft (Pen Model) ............................... 11 - 8

    11.7 Cleaning the Plotter Carriage Shaft (Dot Model) ................................ 11 - 8Chapter 12 TROUBLESHOOTING12.1 Error Message Table .......................................................................... 12 - 112.2 Troubleshooting Flow Chart ............................................................... 12 - 2

    TERMINOLOGYINDEX

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    HOW TO USE THIS MANUALThis manual describes the standard functions, operation procedures and some of theoptional functions of the pen and dot printing model of the R1000 recorder.

    To use this manual in the most efficient way, please refer to the following table. In thistable the aim of the user is broken down into five

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