The ATR144 Modbus Panel Indicator is a multi-purpose panel meter which can act as single channel Modbus RTU Slave. It is also a Digital Panel Indicator with one or two relays output for high or low alarms. A PID Controller with one or two control relay outputs. The ATR144 provides 2500V Isolation between the power supply, signal input and output. The ATR144 panel meter can accept 24 to 230 Vac or DC power supply at 6 watts.
The Universal input can be a process input of 4-20 mA, 0-20 mA or 0-1 V, 0-5V, 0-10 V, 0-60 mV which allows the display to be set as a process reading from -9999 to 30000 with the position of the decimal point being selectable. The resolution of the input is 16 bit 40000 points and an accuracy of 0.2% full scale. The 0-10 V input has a resolution of 50000 points.
The thermocouple input can be selected from K, S, R, J, T, E, N, or B type thermocouples. The ATR144 accepts Pt100, Pt500, Pt1000 Ni100 RTD's and NTC 10 K and PTC 1K thermistors with 16 Bit resolution and an accuracy of 0.2% full scale. The input can also be a potentiometer anywhere between the range of 1 to 150 Kohm with 50000 points.
The ATR144 can be programmed by an Android device with the NFC. The app is downloadable free of charge from the play store. It can also be programmed by Labsoftview on a normal PC and by memory card.
The 4 digit process display uses white LED's to give extra long range viewing distance. The lower red LED's show the process control setpoint.
|K type Thermocouple||-436 to 2480℉||-260 to 1360℃|
|S type Thermocouple||-40 to 3200℉||-40 to 1760℃|
|R type Thermocouple||-40 to 3200℉||-40 to 1760℃|
|J type Thermocouple||-326 to 2192℉||-200 to 1200℃|
|T Type Thermocouple||-436 to 752℉||-260 to 400℃|
|E Type Thermocouple||-436 to 1796℉||-260 to 980℃|
|N Type Thermocouple||-436 to 2336℉||-260 to 1280℃|
|B Type Thermocouple||212 to 3308℉||100 to 1820℃|
|RTD PT100||-328 to 1112℉||-200 to 600℃|
|NI 100||-76 to 350℉||-60 to 180℃|
|NI 120||-76 to 464℉||-60 to 240℃|
|NTC 10K Ohm Thermistor||-40 to 257℉||-40 to 125℃|
|NTC 10K Ohm Omega||-40 to 302℉||-40 to 150℃|
|NTC 2252 Omega||-40 to 302℉||-40 to 150℃|
|PTC 1K Ohm Thermistor||-58 to 302℉||-50 to 150℃|
|PT500||-326 to 1112℉||-200 to 600℃|
|PT1000||-326 to 1112℉||-200 to 600℃|
|Voltage||0 to 1V|
|Voltage||0 to 5V|
|Voltage||0 to 10V|
|Current||0 to 20mA||4 to 20mA|
|mV||0 to 60mV|
|Potentiometer||1 to 6K||1 to 150K|
|Digital Input||1 PNP.|
|Output||2 or 3 x Relays 8 A. SSR.|
|Power Supply||24V to 230 Vac/Vdc.|
|Power Consumption||8VA max.|
|Power Supply||Operative -32℉ +113℉ -0℃ +45℃|
|Humidity||(non condensing) 35-95%.|
|Housing||Polycarbonate UL94V2 self-extinguishing|
|Dimensions||1.25" x 2.9 " x 2.12", 32 x 74x x 54 mm.|
|Weight||4 oz 120 g.|
|EMC||For industrial environments.|
|Immunity: EN 61000-6-2.|
|Emission: EN 61000-6-4.|
|Configuration||RFID, NFR, PC Configurable, Memory Card|
|Positive||Terminal 1||Terminal 1|
|Negative||Terminal 2||Terminal 2|
|Normally Closed||Terminal 3||Terminal 3|
|Common||Terminal 4||Terminal 4|
|Normally Open||Terminal 5||Terminal 5|
|Normally Open||Terminal 7|
|ModBus RS485||Negative 6|
|T/C's, Voltage, mA||Positive 12||Positive 12|
|Negative 11||Negative 11|
|12 V Power Supply||Positive 9||Positive 9|
|Thermistor||Terminal 10||Terminal 10|
|Terminal 11||Terminal 11|
|RTD and Potentiometer|
|Wiper||Terminal 11||Terminal 11|
|Common||Terminal 11 and 12||Terminal 11 and 12|
The ATR144 is a panel meter that can measure a process variable, compare it to the desired setpoint and send a corrective signal to control the process variable.
The ATR144 is a panel meter and a controller. It can be used as a panel meter with limit alarms or a PID Controller.
The ATR144 can be configured to accept all standard Thermocouples, RTD's, current 0-20 mA or 4-20 mA. Voltage 0-10 Vdc, or any voltage in that range. It can also accept thermistors, both PTC and NTC. The input can also be resistance or potentiometer.
The RS485 uses the Modbus RTU protocol to set up various registers in the ATR144 panel meter. It can write to registers such as the setpoint, and it can be used to read a register, such as the process variable.