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Hanwell Pro Sensor-Transmitters/Data Loggers

Sensor Transmitter Units

Data Logger Units

Gain and Offset Linear

Gain and Offset Calculation

Connecting 4000 Series Linear Sensor-Transmitter/Data Logger Units to External Probes

Hanwell Pro Sensor-Transmitters/Data Loggers

Hanwell Pro Sensor-Transmitters/Data Loggers - Spare Parts and Accesories

Sensor-Transmitter Units

The Hanwell Pro 4000 Series Sensor-Transmitter Units are, essentially, transmitters with one, two or three data channels. The Units take data received from attached sensors/probes and transmit it to the Hanwell EMS System at defined Transmission Intervals, either directly or via an SR2 Controller.

The Sensor Units' probe(s) themselves can be mounted directly onto the 4000 Series Sensor-Transmitter Unit’s case or on a lead(s) connected to the Unit.

The current Data Values, battery voltage/predicted battery life and (optionally) the Alarm Status are displayed on the Sensor-Transmitter Units’ LCD screens.

The Sensor-Transmitter Units are configured with the EMS software via a USB connection.

The Sensor-Transmitter Units hold their Calibration Data in their on-board memory and can also be programmed with the High/Low Alarm Values set on the EMS host PC/Server.

Mark 8 and above 4000 Series Sensor-Transmitter Units can also log data on-board in their internal memory.

You may find it useful to refer to Document IM5990 - 4000 Series Sensor Units User Guide.

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Data Logger Units

The Hanwell Pro 4000 Series Data Logger Units collect data from from attached sensors/probes on one, two or three data channels and save it to their memory. The collected data can then be downloaded to the Hanwell EMS System via a USB connection/cable.

The Data Loggers' probe(s) themselves can be mounted directly onto the 4000 Series Data Loggers' case or on a lead(s) connected to the Unit.

The current Data Values, battery voltage/predicted battery life are displayed on the Data Loggers' LCD screens.

The Data Logger Units are configured with the EMS software via a USB connection.

The Data Logger Units hold their Calibration Data in their on-board memory.

Gain and Offset Linear

Gain and Offset Calculation for Hanwell Pro Sensor-Transmitters/Data Loggers

Note:If you require the IceSpy Linear Calculator, please CLICK HERE.

When required, both Offset and Gain can be calculated from the Manufacturer’s specifications, for the Sensor you wish to use, by using the Calculator below:

Hanwell Pro Sensor-Transmitter/Data Logger Linear Gain and Offset Calculator

Hanwell Type (e.g. 0 to 1V, 0 to 5V, 4 to 20mA..)

Sensor Output Type (e.g. 0 to 1V, 0 to 5V, 4 to 20mA..)

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Sensor Output Range

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Gain Offset

To use the Gain and Offset Calculator:

1.Select the Hanwell Pro transmitter type, from the Hanwell Type drop down list.

2.Enter the minimum and maximum voltage or current output from your sensor into the Sensor Output Type fields.

3.Enter the upper and lower limits of your sensors measuring range into the Sensor Output Range fields.

Example:

You are using a sensor that measures CO2 from 0 to 10000 ppm and outputs 4 to 20mA with a Hanwell Pro 4 to 20mA transmitter.

1.Select 4 to 20mA as the Hanwell Type.

2.Enter 4 'to' 20 into the Sensor Output Type fields.

3.Enter 0 'to' 10000 into the Sensor Output Range fields.

4.Then click Calculate to get the required Gain and Offset; in this case the values will be 3.052503 and 819.

5.Enter the values calculated by the above table into the Calibration pane, accessed from EMS's Edit Mode.

These values are then sent to the Device when it is Synchronised with the EMS Database.

For further information on Gain and Offset calculation, please refer to Document: TS6066 - Calibrating Linear Sensors.

Connecting 4000 Series Linear Sensor-Transmitter/Data Logger Units to External Probes

4000 Series Sensor Transmitter External probe Wiring

Figure 191

Sensor-Transmitter Units supplied with wiring for external probes (see example in 191  above) should be connected to them as follows:

Channel No.

+ve

-ve

1

Green

Black

2

Red

White

3

Yellow

Blue

Note:Any unused pairs of wires should be twisted together.

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