IS230TNRTH2D - RTD Assembly Module

IS230TNRTH2D - RTD Assembly Module IS230TNRTH2D - RTD Assembly Module

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Part Number: IS230TNRTH2D
Manufacturer: General Electric
Series: Mark VIe
Function: RTD Assembly Module
Common Mode Voltage Range: +5 V dc
Analog output current: 0-20 mA
Operating temperature: -30 to 65 °C
Size: 8.26 cm high x 4.18 cm
Frequency: 50 or 60 Hz
Repair: 3-7 Day
Technology: Surface-mount
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)

Functional Description

IS230TNRTH2D is a RTD Assembly Module manufactured and designed by General Electric. It is a part of the Mark VIe Control System. Mark VIe is a versatile control system for a variety of applications. It supports simplex, dual, and triple redundant systems with high-speed networked I/O. For I/O, controllers, and supervisory interface to operator and maintenance stations, as well as third-party systems, industry standard Ethernet communications are used.

IS230TNRTH2D Features

LED Indicators for Visual Feedback

  • The front panel of the module is equipped with LED indicators that offer clear visual feedback on critical aspects of its operation.
  • LED indicators dedicated to the two ethernet ports on the I/O unit. These indicators facilitate easy identification and real-time monitoring of network connectivity, allowing for swift troubleshooting if needed.
  • Additionally, LED indicators for Power and ATTN (Attention) provide essential information about the module's power status and any attention-worthy conditions, ensuring operators are informed and can take appropriate action promptly.

Convenient Ethernet Port Placement

  • The module's two ethernet ports are thoughtfully positioned on the side of the unit. This strategic placement ensures easy access and hassle-free connection of ethernet cables.
    Importantly, this design choice avoids obstructing the module's front panel, preventing interference during installation or maintenance procedures.
  • It simplifies the overall user experience.

Robust Hardware and Software Limit Checking

  • The module incorporates a comprehensive system limit checking approach, combining both hardware and software mechanisms.
  • These mechanisms work harmoniously to monitor the module's performance and ensure it operates within specified limits and parameters. This proactive monitoring helps prevent potential issues or failures.
  • In cases where the read-only chip on the board is incompatible or fails to meet the required standards, a hardware incompatibility fault is generated. This fault detection feature plays a vital role in upholding the integrity and reliability of the module's operation.

Hazardous Area Approval

  • Approval for use in hazardous areas signifies that the module has undergone rigorous testing and meets stringent safety requirements necessary for operation in potentially explosive or dangerous environments.
  • The module's robust design and construction are tailored to ensure it can function reliably and safely in challenging conditions where the risk of explosions or other hazards exists.
  • This hazardous area approval underscores the module's suitability for applications in industries such as oil and gas, where safety and reliability are paramount.

System Features

  • Alarm/Event Log: The module incorporates a standard alarm/event log that retains data for 30 days. This log enables the tracking and analysis of alarms and events that occur within the system. The log can be sorted either chronologically or by the frequency of occurrence, providing valuable insights into system performance and identifying recurring issues.
  • Trip History: The module also includes a trip history feature. This feature stores key control parameters as well as alarms/events for the last 30 trips. It captures important information before and after a trip, including up to 200 alarms, 200 events, 200 Sequence of Events (SOE) messages, and analog data. This comprehensive trip history allows for detailed analysis and troubleshooting in the event of system trips or abnormal operations.
  • Real-Time Data Display: The module offers real-time data display with a one-second update rate. This means that the system continuously updates and presents data at a rapid rate, ensuring operators have access to the most current information. The display can present data in English or Metric engineering units, providing flexibility based on user preferences and requirements.
  • Setpoint Control and Input: Operators can interact with the system through various commands and inputs. They can increase or decrease a setpoint using dedicated operator commands or directly enter a numerical value to create a new setpoint. This flexibility allows for precise control and adjustment of system parameters to meet specific operational needs.
  • HMI Security and User Accounts: HMI (Human-Machine Interface) security is a crucial aspect of the system. The module provides mechanisms for restricting access to certain maintenance functions, such as editors and tuning capabilities, ensuring that only authorized personnel can perform these operations. It also allows for the limitation of specific HMI features through a user account system. User accounts enable the assignment of different access levels or privileges to different individuals, enhancing system security and preventing unauthorized changes or misuse of HMI features.

Product Attributes

  • Number of Relays: DIN-rail modules can have multiple relays, typically ranging from a few to several dozen, depending on the specific model. The number of relays determines how many output channels the module can control.
  • Contact Configuration: Relays can have different contact configurations, such as normally open (NO), normally closed (NC), or changeover (CO). This allows for flexibility in switching different types of loads and accommodating different system requirements.
  • Voltage and current ratings: Relay modules are designed to handle specific voltage and current levels. The ratings can vary between models, so it's important to choose a module that matches the electrical requirements of your application.
  • Input compatibility: DIN-rail modules can have various input compatibility options. They may accept different types of input signals, such as digital or analog signals, and support different communication protocols like Modbus, Profibus, or Ethernet. This allows for seamless integration with the control system or PLC.
  • Industrial-grade Durability: Relay output DIN-rail modules are built to withstand harsh industrial environments. They are often designed with robust housing, high-quality components, and temperature resistance to ensure reliable operation even in demanding conditions.

Equipment Receiving and Handling

  • Upon receiving the system, promptly position it in a sheltered location to shield it from unfavorable weather conditions.
  • Outdoor or exposed storage is not recommended for packing cases. Rough handling may result in electrical equipment damage.
  • To avert such harm during equipment transportation, adhere to standard precautions and follow all handling instructions displayed on the case.

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What is IS230TNRTH2D?
It is a RTD Assembly Module manufactured and designed by General Electric

What is included in the trip history before and after the trip?
Before and after the trip, the trip history includes up to 200 alarms, 200 events, 200 SOE (Sequence of Events) messages, and analog data.

What is the update rate for the displayed data?
The data is updated at a one-second rate.

How long does it take to repaint a typical display graphic?
It takes one second to repaint a typical display graphic.

In what units is the data displayed?
The data is displayed in either English or Metric engineering units.

How can an operator change a setpoint?
An operator can use commands to increase or decrease a setpoint, or enter a numerical value to create a new one.