|The options detailed below are standard options, which are readily available. They are internally fitted to the TR200. The options can either be fitted singularly or combined to expand the TR200 further. LCM Systems have produced a large number of variants of the TR200 and welcome enquiries for the more unusual or specialist applications.
Logic Input Order code L
This option is a logic input, which allows intelligent recognition of a sensor. The option introduces an extra 12-pin Binder style connector. By linking 5 pins in the correct sequence (details are provided in the manual) on each sensor connected, the TR200 will automatically recognise which sensor is connected. The TR200 has the capability of storing the calibration data for up to 10 sensors. When connected the TR200 will automatically recall all the parameters set for that sensor, including; span and zero settings (the display scaling information), filter settings, decimal point position and if any output options are included, it will also recall these parameters. This option can be further enhanced with an external switching box, which we can also supply. This allows you to connect all the sensors into the switching box, and simply select the sensor that you want to monitor. The setting of these parameters can be locked out after setting up, to prevent tampering.
Serial input Order code R
This option provides an RS232 output. The output continuously flows when the TR200 is powered on, by default. There is also an option, which needs to be specified at time of ordering, which enables the data output to be stopped and started manually through the front panel controls of the TR200. The data stream is 2400 baud, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit. The data output is the display value, with decimal point positioning. The string terminator is CHR$ (13). A simple software program is available, for customer support purposes and is available on request. The output is provided via a 12-pin Binder style connector.
Voltage output Order code V
The voltage output option gives an analogue output range of ±5 volts for display readings of ±5000, ±10000, ±15000 or ±20000. These ranges are easily scaled using the front panel keys, via the simple menu structure. The setting of these parameters can be locked out after setting up, to prevent tampering. The integrity of the output is protected by the TR200 battery management system, which ensures that the battery level does not drop to a level that affects the voltage output. The output is provided via a 8-pin Binder style connector.
Current output Order code I
The current output option gives an analogue output range of 4-20mA (driving into a maximum of 250Ω) for display readings of ±10000, ±20000, 0-10000 or 0-20000. These ranges are easily scaled using the front panel keys, via the simple menu structure. The setting of these parameters can be locked out after setting up, to prevent tampering. The integrity of the output is protected by the TR200 battery management system, which ensures that the battery level does not drop to a level that affects the current output. The output is provided via a 8-pin Binder style connector.
Dual trip output Order code T
This option allows the setting of two independent trip levels. The trip values are entered using the front panel keys of the TR200, using the display to enter the trip value in real display units. The trip energises when the displayed value exceeds the set trip level value. The two relay outputs supply SPCO contacts rated at 1amp at 240vac. The output is provided via a 8-pin Binder style connector.
Data logging Order code DL
The data logging option allows for up to 4063 single samples to be stored or, dependant on the sample interval selected (which can be between 0.2 seconds and 52 seconds, 0.2 second steps), over 115 hours of data can be collected and stored. The instrument can be configured to continually log data according to the interval selected, or manually log upon demand (using front panel key press). Each sample stores a user definable test number, the interval between samples, the selected channel number and the displayed reading. All this data can be downloaded via an RS232 serial port, which is supplied with this option.