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Process Division User Manuals

General Resources
600T Series:
Isolators, Splitters, and Transmitters
APM Series: Panel Meters
BusWorks 900EN Series: Ethernet I/O Modules
BusWorks 900MB Series: Modbus-RTU I/O Modules
BusWorks 900PB Series: Profibus-DP I/O Modules
BusWorks XT Series: Ethernet I/O Modules
DT Series: Dual Channel Transmitters
EIS Series: Industrial Ethernet Switches
Etherstax ES2000 Series: Ethernet I/O Modules
► Flat Pack SeriesIsolators, Transmitters, and Limit Alarms

IMC Series: Industrial Media Converters
Intellipack 800 Series: Transmitters, Alarms, and Math Computation Modules
LNX Ethernet Switches: Industrial Ethernet Switches
microBlox® I/O Modules: Signal Conditioning I/O Modules
PS5R Series: Slim Line Power Supplies
► SP230 SeriesProcess Loop Splitters
► SP330 SeriesSignal Splitters
ST130 SeriesHead-Mount Transmitters
TT230 Series: 2-Wire / 3-Wire Transmitters
TT330 Series: 4-Wire Transmitters

APM Series

Data Sheets:

APM765 Panel Meters

BusWorks
900EN Series

Brochures:

BusWorks® 900EN Series Ethernet I/O Brochure (28 Pages, 5MB PDF)

Data Sheets:

900ENS005: 5-Port Ethernet Switches
951EN / 952EN: 6-Channel Analog & Discrete Ethernet I/O Modules
958EN: 16-Channel Single-Ended DC Voltage Input Ethernet Modules
961EN / 962EN: 6-Channel Differential DC Current/Voltage Input Ethernet Modules
963EN / 964EN: 12-Channel Single-Ended DC Current/Voltage Input Ethernet Modules
965EN: 4/6-Channel Thermocouple/Millivolt Input Ethernet Modules
966EN: 4/6-Channel RTD/Resistance Input Ethernet Modules
967EN: 8-Channel Differential Analog Current Input Ethernet Modules
968EN: 8-Channel Differential Analog Voltage Input Ethernet Modules
972EN / 973EN: 4/6-Channel DC Current/Voltage Output Ethernet Modules
981EN / 982EN / 983EN: 12-Channel Discrete Ethernet I/O Modules
989EN: 16-Channel Discrete Ethernet I/O Modules with Counter/Timers
993EN: 16-Channel Single-Ended DC Current Input Ethernet Modules
994EN: 16-Channel Single-Ended DC Voltage Input Ethernet Modules
4001-096 USB-to-Ethernet Adapter

Application Notes & White Papers:

♦ 962EN Measures Multiple Load Cell/Strain Gauge Inputs
Automated Solutions’ Modbus ActiveX Controls
Cellular Telemetry for Remote Power Metering
Communicating to Acromag Series 9xxEN-6xxx & XTxx2-xxx Ethernet Modules in an Allen Bradley ControlLogix System
Communicating to Acromag Series 9xxEN-60xx and XTxxx2-xxx Ethernet Modules from Compact Logix Devices
Communicating to Acromag Series 9xxEN-60xx Ethernet Modules from Legacy Allen Bradley or Rockwell Automation Devices
Communicating to Acromag Series 9xxEN-60xx Ethernet Modules using PCCC from Compact Logix Devices
Communicating to Acromag Series Ethernet Modules from Red Lion HMIs
Configuring the Acromag Modbus OPC Server
Configuring Kepware KEPServerEX 5.0 for Communications with Acromag BusWorks Modbus I/O Modules
Configuring Omron CJ2H PLC’s with EtherNet/IP for Use with Acromag EtherNet/IP Remote I/O
Configuring the Wonderware MBENET I/O Server to Communicate with the Acromag 9xxEN Ethernet
Modules

Connecting Acromag Series 900EN Ethernet Modules to Your PC
Ethernet I/O Simplifies Communication Between One PLC & Multiple Remote Locations
Getting Connected to Acromag Ethernet I/O Devices
How to Connect to an Ethernet Device for Communication
How to Develop High Reliability Ethernet Control Systems Using Media Redundancy
How to Interface Temperature Sensors to HMI Display Over Ethernet
How To Monitor a Remote Geothermal Steam Well for Power Generation
How to Remotely Access Ethernet I/O Over the Internet
i20 Peer-to-Peer Communication Technology
Installing Intellipack or Series 900 Configuration Software on a Windows Vista or 7 Machine
Introduction to EtherNet/IP
Introduction to Modbus TCP/IP
Metering Project: Managing Energy Usage with Ethernet I/O
Real-Time Performance of Industrial Ethernet in Field Devices
Remote Monitoring of Wind Turbines
Siemens Model 353 Controllers Extending I/O Capability with Ethernet
Using Acromag’s 967EN Modbus/TCP Module as Remote I/O with Honeywell HC-900
Using Acromag’s 967EN Modbus/TCP Module as Remote I/O with Honeywell Trendview Recorder

Videos:

967EN / 968EN & 993EN / 994EN BusWorks Ethernet I/O Features Overview (3:51)
989EN Ethernet I/O Overview (14:58)
Acromag Modbus OPC DA Server Demo (7:12)
The i2o Advantage – Part 1 of 3 (8:32)
The i2o Advantage – Part 2 of 3 (7:10)
The i2o Advantage – Part 3 of 3 (7:22)
Webcast: Industrial Ethernet Network Traffic Solutions (35:56)
Webcast: Selecting the Right High Density Relay for Your PLC, DCS, or Controller Discrete I/O Card (27:57)

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BusWorks
900MB Series

Data Sheets:

901MB / 902MB / 903MB: Low-Side Switching, Multi-Channel Modbus-RTU Discrete I/O Modules
904MB / 905MB / 906MB: High-Side Switching, Multi-Channel Modbus-RTU Discrete I/O Modules
913MB / 914MB: DC Current/Voltage Modbus-RTU Input Modules with Limit Alarms
917MB / 918MB: DC Current/Voltage Modbus-RTU Output Modules with Discrete Outputs
924MB: Thermocouple/Millivolt Modbus-RTU Input Modules with Limit Alarms
932MB / 934MB: RTD/Resistance Modbus-RTU Input Modules with Limit Alarms or Discrete Outputs
942MB: Frequency/Pulse Counter Modbus-RTU Input Modules with Periodic or Pulse Waveform Input
4001-095 USB-to-Serial Adapter
ModBus Accessories
ModBus Overview

Application Notes & White Papers:

Automated Solutions’ Modbus ActiveX Controls
Configuring the Acromag Modbus OPC Server
Configuring Kepware KEPServerEX 5.0 for Communications with Acromag BusWorks Modbus I/O Modules
Communicating to Acromag Series Ethernet Modules from Red Lion HMIs
Getting Connected to Acromag Ethernet I/O Devices
How to Develop High Reliability Ethernet Control Systems Using Media Redundancy
How to Remotely Access Ethernet I/O Over the Internet
i20 Peer-to-Peer Communication Technology
Introduction to Modbus RTU
Introduction to Modbus TCP/IP
Real-Time Performance of Industrial Ethernet in Field Devices

Videos:

Acromag Modbus/TCP Master OPC DA Server Demo (7:12)
The i2o Advantage – Part 1 of 3 (8:32)
The i2o Advantage – Part 2 of 3 (7:10)
The i2o Advantage – Part 3 of 3 (7:22)
Remote I/O Selection Guide Video – Modbus TCP/IP (2:09)
Webcast: Industrial Ethernet Network Traffic Solutions (35:56)
Webcast: Selecting the Right High Density Relay for Your PLC, DCS, or Controller Discrete I/O Card (27:57)

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BusWorks
XT Series

Ethernet I/O Modules

Brochures:

BusWorks® XT Series Ethernet I/O Brochure (31 Pages, 4.5MB PDF)

Data Sheets:

XT1110: 16-Channel Discrete Ethernet I/O Modules with Sinking Outputs
XT1120: 16-Channel Discrete Ethernet I/O Modules with Sourcing Outputs
XT1210: 8-Channel Differential Analog Current Input Modules
XT1220: 8-Channel Differential Analog Voltage Input Modules
XT1230: 16-Channel Single-Ended Analog Current Input Modules
XT1240: 16-Channel Single-Ended Analog DC Voltage Input Modules
XT1530: 4-Channel Analog Voltage Output & 4-Channel Digital I/O Ethernet Modules
XT1540: 8-Channel Analog Voltage Output & 4-Channel Digital I/O Ethernet Modules

Application Notes & White Papers:

Communicating to Acromag Series 9xxEN-6xxxx & XTxx2-xxx Ethernet Modules in an Allen Bradley ControlLogix System
Communicating with Ethernet XT Profinet From Siemens S7-1200 PLC
Configuring Omron CJ2H PLC’s with Ethernet/IP for use with Acromag Ethernet/IP Remote I/O
Electrical Ground Rules (Part 1 of 3)
Electrical Ground Rules (Part 2 of 3)
Electrical Ground Rules (Part 3 of 3)
Ethernet I/O Simplifies Communication Between One PLC and Multiple Remote Locations
Getting Connected to Acromag Ethernet I/O Devices
How to Develop High Reliability Ethernet Control Systems Using Media Redundancy
How to Optimize Pump Performance with a Panel PC, HMI and Ethernet I/O
How to Remotely Access Ethernet I/O Over the Internet
i20 Peer-to-Peer Communication Technology
Introduction to Ethernet/IP
Networking Remote Gas Detectors with Ethernet I/O
Real-Time Performance of Industrial Ethernet in Field Devices
Record Building Water Usage with Remote Ethernet I/O
Remote Monitoring of Wind Turbines
♦ Save Money When Using i2o Over Cellular Networks
What is PriorityChannel™?

Videos:

Acromag’s Ethernet I/O Series with PriorityChannel Technology (5:48)
The i2o Advantage – Part 1 of 3 (8:32)
The i2o Advantage – Part 2 of 3 (7:10)
The i2o Advantage – Part 3 of 3 (7:22)
Industrial Ethernet Network Traffic Solutions (35:56)
Webcast: Industrial Ethernet Network Traffic Solutions (35:56)
Webcast: Selecting the Right High Density Relay for Your PLC, DCS, or Controller Discrete I/O Card (27:57)

Other Resources:

Case Study: New Stadium Fire Suppression Control System (XT1121)

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DT Series

Brochures/Fliers:

DT SP Overview Flier (1 Page, PDF)
DT230/330 Series Overview (7 Page, 2MB PDF)
DT230 Series Dual Channel Transmitters Brochure  (20 Page, 5MB PDF)
DT330 Series Dual Channel Transmitters Brochure  (20 Page, 5MB PDF)

Data Sheets:

DT233: Thermocouple/millivolt input two-wire dual transmitter
DT235: RTD/Resistance input two-wire dual transmitter
DT236: Current/millivolt input two-wire dual transmitter
DT237: Medium DC voltage input two-wire dual transmitter
DT238: High DC voltage input four-wire dual transmitter
DT333: Thermocouple/millivolt input four-wire dual transmitter
DT335: RTD/Resistance input four-wire dual transmitter
DT336: Current/millivolt input four-wire dual transmitter
DT337: Medium DC voltage input four-wire dual transmitter
DT338: High DC voltage input four-wire dual transmitter

Application Notes & White Papers:

Electrical Ground Rules (Part 1 of 3)
Electrical Ground Rules (Part 2 of 3)
Electrical Ground Rules (Part 3 of 3)
Isolated Transmitters: 600T Series (Applies to DT237 & DT336 only)

Videos:

 Acromag Rep Training: DT Dual Transmitters (16:10) for Reps Only
♦ DT Dual Transmitters Introduction (12:57) for distribution
♦ DT Series Introduction Video (3:14) for distribution
♦ DT233 Introduction Video (2:58) for distribution
♦ DT235 Introduction Video (3:02) for distribution
♦ DT236 Introduction Video (2:58) for distribution
♦ DT237 Introduction Video (2:54) for distribution
♦ DT238 Introduction Video (2:57) for distribution
♦ DT333 Introduction Video (2:59) for distribution
♦ DT335 Introduction Video (2:59) for distribution
♦ DT336 Introduction Video (3:19) for distribution
♦ DT337 Introduction Video (3:18) for distribution
♦ DT338 Introduction Video (3:19) for distribution
♦ Prevent Ground Loops with 4-20mA Isolators (8:13)
♦ Why You Need USB Isolation (3:20)
♦ Acromag Agility Config Tool App Demo (3:05)

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EtherStax
ES2000 Series

Brochures:

EtherStax Brochure (38 Pages, 5MB PDF)

Data Sheets:

ES2113: 96-Channel Bi-Directional Discrete Ethernet I/O Modules
ES2117: 48-Channel Isolated Discrete Ethernet I/O Modules
ES2151: 48-Channel Current/Voltage Ethernet I/O Modules, Current Outputs
ES2152: 48-Channel Current/Voltage Ethernet I/O Modules, Voltage Outputs
ES2153: 32-Channel Current/Voltage Ethernet I/O Modules
ES2161: 32-Channel Differential Current Analog Input Ethernet Modules
ES2162: 32-Channel Differential Voltage Analog Input Ethernet Modules
ES2163: 64-Channel Single-Ended Analog Current Input Ethernet Modules
ES2164: 64-Channel Single-Ended Analog Voltage Input Ethernet Modules
ES2171: 16-Channel Analog Current Output Ethernet Modules
ES2172: 16-Channel Analog Voltage Output Ethernet Modules

Application Notes & White Papers:

Automated Solutions’ Modbus ActiveX Controls
Communicating to Acromag Series Ethernet Modules from Red Lion HMIs
Configuring Acromag’s Modbus OPC Server
Configuring LabVIEW 2009 to Communicate with Acromag BusWorks and EtherStax Modbus I/O Modules Via an OPC Server
Getting Connected to Acromag Ethernet I/O Devices
How to Develop High Reliability Ethernet Control Systems Using Media Redundancy
How to Interface Temperature Sensors to HMI Display Over Ethernet
How to Remotely Access Ethernet I/O Over the Internet
i20 Peer-to-Peer Communication Technology
Interfacing Acromag Ethernet I/O Modules to an ABB AC500 PLC with Modbus TCP/IP
Introduction to Modbus RTU
Introduction to Modbus TCP/IP
Real-Time Performance of Industrial Ethernet in Field Devices
Siemens Model 353 Controllers Extending I/O Capability with Ethernet

Videos:

ES2151 & ES2152 EtherStax Ethernet I/O Combination Analog I/O Features Overview (8:26)
ES2153 EtherStax Ethernet Universal Analog Inputs Features Overview (5:40)
ES2161 & ES2162 EtherStax Ethernet I/O Features Overview (9:56)
ES2171 & ES2172 EtherStax Ethernet I/O Features Overview (6:07)
High Density EtherStax® Ethernet I/O (5:47)
The i2o Advantage – Part 1 of 3 (8:32)
The i2o Advantage – Part 2 of 3 (7:10)
The i2o Advantage – Part 3 of 3 (7:22)
Webcast: Industrial Ethernet Network Traffic Solutions (35:56)
Webcast: Selecting the Right High Density Relay for Your PLC, DCS, or Controller Discrete I/O Card (27:57)

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IntelliPack
800 Series

800_Series_Module_801T-811T-841T

Data Sheets:

801A: Universal Thermocouple/ RTD/ Millivolt Input Intelligent Alarms
801T: Universal Thermocouple/ RTD/ Millivolt Input Intelligent Temperature Transmitters
811A / 812A: DC Voltage/Current Input Intelligent Alarms
811T: DC Voltage/Current Input Intelligent Transmitters
822A: Dual Thermocouple/ Millivolt Input Intelligent Alarms
832A: Dual Platinum/Copper/Nickel RTD Input Intelligent Alarms
841T: DC Frequency/Pulse Input Intelligent Transmitters
892M, 894M: DC Output Math Computation Modules
895M, 896M: Frequency/Pulse Output Math Computation Modules

Application Notes & White Papers:

The Basics of Temperature Measurement Using Thermocouples (Part 1 of 3)
The Basics of Temperature Measurement Using RTDs (Part 2 of 3)
The Basics of Temperature Measurement: Thermocouple vs. RTD (Part 3 of 3)
Flow Sensor with a Non-Linear Reversed Output: Create a 4-20mA Output Proportional
to Flow Rate Using Acromag’s Model 811T

How to Prevent Temperature Measurement Errors When Installing Thermocouple Sensors and Transmitters
Installing Intellipack or Series 900 Configuration Software on a Windows Vista or 7 Machine
Math Modules: Flow: DP Totalizing – Effluent Plant Flow
Math Modules: Flow: Dilution Percentage of Total Flow for Dosing
Math Modules: Flow: Instantaneous Flow of a V-notch Weir
Math Modules: Level/Volume: Converting Linear Level to Tank Volume
Math Modules: Monitoring RTDs for Temperature Differential
Signal Conditioning: Getting the Most for Your Money
Temperature Transmitters Optimize Solar Panel Performance

Videos:

801A IntelliPack Series Features Overview (9:59)
801T IntelliPack Series Features Overview (6:40)
811A / 812A IntelliPack Series Features Overview (10:37)
811T IntelliPack Series Features Overview (6:44)

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microBlox®
Series

microBlox_Stack_uB49

Brochures:

microBlox® I/O Modules Flyer (2 Page, 409KB PDF)
 microBlox® Limit Alarms Brochure (13 Page, 3MB PDF)
 microBlox® Series Signal Conditioner Brochure (27 Page, 4.36MB PDF)
Acromag Agility™ Config Tool for microBlox®  (2 Page, 331KB PDF)

Data Sheets:

uB04 / uB08 / uB16: microBlox Backpanels
♦ uB30 / uB40: Millivolt Field Input Signal Conditioning Modules
uB31 / uB41: DC Voltage Field Input Signal Conditioning Modules
uB32: Narrow Band DC Current Input Signal Conditioning Modules
uB34 / uB35: Platinum RTD Input Signal Conditioning Modules
uB37 / uB47: Thermocouple Input Signal Conditioning Modules
uB39: DC Current Field Output Signal Conditioning Modules
uB42: 2-Wire Transmitter Field Input Signal Conditioning Modules with Loop Excitation
uB45: Frequency Input Signal Conditioning Modules with Excitation Supply
uB49: DC Voltage Field Output Signal Conditioning Modules
uBDC1: microBlox DC Power Modules
♦ uBSP-P-1: microBlox Signal Splitter Carrier
♦ uBTA-H-1: microBlox Transmitter & Alarm Carrier
♦ uBTA-P-1: microBlox Transmitter & Alarm Carrier
♦ uBTA-P-2: microBlox Transmitter & Alarm Carrier
♦ uBTX-H-1: microBlox Transmitter Carrier
Acromag Agility Configuration Tool: Mobile Application

Application Notes & White Papers:

The Essentials of Single-Ended and Differential Voltage Measurement (Part 1 of 2)
The Essentials of Single-Ended and Differential Voltage Measurement (Part 2 of 2)
Reduce PLC Costs with Signal Conditioners
Signal Conditioners with Built-In Data Logging
Signal Conditioning: Getting the Most for Your Money
Voltage Measurement of Multiple Cascaded Cells

Videos:

♦ microBlox® Analog I/O Signal Conditioners (2:51)
♦ microBlox®Transmitting Alarms: Introduction (2:29)
microBlox® uB I/O Modules Intro (6:18)
♦ microBlox®uBTA Training Session Recording (44:47)
♦ uBSP Signal Splitters: Introduction (4:04)
Acromag Agility™ App Quick Features for Transmitters (1:47)
Acromag Agility™ Config Tool App Introduction (3:04)

Note: Some of these videos highlight Acromag’s TT Series, but the Agility™ App is also available for new microBlox® Signal Conditioning Modules.

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PS5R Series

TT230 Series

Signal Converters

Brochures:

TT230 Series 2/3-Wire Isolated Transmitter Brochure (26 Page, 3MB PDF)

Data Sheets:

TT231: 2-Wire/3-Wire, RTD/Resistance Input Transmitters
TT233: 2-Wire/3-Wire, Thermocouple/Millivolt Input Transmitters
TT234: 2-Wire, Potentiometer/Thermistor Input Transmitters
TT235: 2-Wire, Isolated, RTD/Resistance Input Transmitters
TT236: 2-Wire/3-Wire, Current/Millivolt Input Transmitters
TT237: 2-Wire/3-Wire, Process Voltage Input Transmitters
TT238: 2-Wire/3-Wire, High Voltage Input Transmitters
TT239: 2-Wire, Frequency/Pulse/PWM Input Transmitters

Application Notes & White Papers:

The Basics of Temperature Measurement Using Thermocouples (Part 1 of 3)
The Basics of Temperature Measurement Using RTDs (Part 2 of 3)
The Basics of Temperature Measurement: Thermocouple vs. RTD (Part 3 of 3)
Electrical Ground Rules (Part 1 of 3)
Electrical Ground Rules (Part 2 of 3)
Electrical Ground Rules (Part 3 of 3)
The Essentials of Single-Ended and Differential Voltage Measurement (Part 1 of 2)
The Essentials of Single-Ended and Differential Voltage Measurement (Part 2 of 2)
How to Optimize Pump Performance with a Panel PC, HMI and Ethernet I/O
Introduction to the Two-Wire Transmitter and the 4-20mA Current Loop
Signal Conditioning: Getting the Most for Your Money

Videos:

How to Configure a USB Universal Thermocouple Transmitter Using a PC – TT233 (7:43)
USB-Configurable Two-Wire Transmitters and 4-20mA Isolators – TT230 Series Overview (4:54)
♦ Webcast: Transmitter Applications with Frequency/Pulse Sensors (20:27)
Acromag Agility™ App Quick Features for Transmitters (1:47)
Acromag Agility™ Config Tool App Demo (3:04)

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TT330 Series

TT330_Series_Module