DG 35300 - Current Monitoring Relay
The configurable current monitor DG 35300 is used for limit value monitoring and evaluation of direct and alternating currents 0 ... 5 A. The DG 35300 has an additional mV input for an external shunt resistor. A relay switching contact or optionally a potential-free transistor switching contact (open collector) is available at the output.
The File menu
Using the File menu, you can load, save and document your configurations, either as a printout or as a PDF file.
The Device menu
In the device menu, you can transfer the configuration to the connected device or load it from the device.
In addition, you can open a diagnostic window to view the current measured values and status of the device.
The Settings menu
In "Settings", select the programme language.
The Help menu
In the help menu you can access the online help. You can also press [F1] at any time to call up the help for the selected element.
"About DRAGOset" provides you with information on the program.
Data record load/save
Data records can be saved in files and transmitted to the device or transmitter. Likewise, data records can load from the device or file into DRAGOset.
Measuring point number
For a printout or PDF documentation of the device settings, you can assign a measuring point number (Tag) to the device or transmitter. The number can be saved in the device, so the device every time indicates each reading with his Measuring Point Number.
The Measuring Point Number can have up to 16 characters, so the code is according to DIN EN 60617, and EN ISO 10628 (previously DIN 28004) in the device.
|Input ±5 A||Currents up to 5 A can be directly monitored.|
|Input ±150 mV||larger currents are connected via external shunt resistors|
|Input "External shunt"||Automatically converts the current to the shunt voltage:|
Trip points and hysteresis
The input filter prevents even fast current peaks from causing switching reactions.
The limit alarm switch controls up to 2 switching points: MIN alarm, MAX alarm or range monitoring with MIN and MAX alarm. Accordingly, the setpoint inputs are also enabled.
By selecting the unit, the trip points and hysteresis can be entered in % of the measuring range or directly in the measured variable mA or V.
The graphic visualizes the trip points and the hysteresis and calculates the switching point limits.
The switching behaviour of the alarm output can be set here:
|Default||The output reacts immediately|
|ON delay||The output reacts after the delay time|
|OFF delay||The output remains active for the delay time|
|Memory (Latch)||The output remains active until the alarm is confirmed.
The confirmation is made via the externally connected
|Wiper contact||The output is only active for the set time, then it becomes
inactive, even if the cause has not yet been eliminated.
To reactivate, the input must first reach the switch-off
value, only then can the wiping contact be reactivated.
|Extended ...||In this setting, all times can be set individually:|
After the trip point has the alarm been activated, the delay time elapses until the output is activated. If the input is inactive within this time, the alarm will be rejected, if necessary the delay time will start again.
The input enters an inactive area and the alarm becomes inactive, then the delay time elapses before the output also becomes inactive. If the switch-off delay is set to -0.1 s, the delay is infinite. Only an confimation signal via an externally connected reset button resets the alarm.
Minimum ON time:
An alarm will be increased if the duration is less than the minimum activation time. This makes it reliably possible to detect short output peaks.
Maximum ON time:
After the maximum time has elapsed, the output becomes inactive even though the alarm status at the input is still present.
During the time of the start-up delay, the output remains inactive after switching on.
Alarm and working direction
With the alarm setting you can choose between MIN, MAX and MIN/MAX limit value monitoring. In the graphic you can see how this affects the output.
In the working direction, select whether you want to use a normally open contact (closed if alarm is active) or a normally closed contact (open if the alarm is active).
The normally closed contact is only simulated by the device, i.e. the contact opens if the supply voltage fails.
The message output activates a collective message on the In-Rail-Bus (E) in the DIN rail. In the dialog box, you can select the device messages that are enabled to activate the collective alarm.
By default, the collective alarm is not dependent on measured values.
|Alarm active||The alarm is active, e.g. limit value MAX exceeded
(immediately without delay times)
|Output active||The output relay is activated due to an alarm, the
delay times have elapsed.
|No supply||Without supply voltage, the collective alarm is
|Device error||The device software has triggered an internal error.|
|Configuration error||Error in the set parameters, please check your
The collective alarm can be provided with a switch-on delay to suppress short events. The delay time is set to 0.5 s when delivered.
With the minimum switch-on time, short collective alarms can be extended. At delivery, the time is set to 0.5 s.
DRAGOset calculates from your inputs the correct DIP switch programming. This image can also be found in the PDF documentation and the printout again.
If DRAGOset is not connected with the cable to the transmitter, you can transfer the switch settings manually to the DIP switches of the transmitter. With the DIP switches only prefered default settings are possible.
If your configuration is not available as a DIP switch setting, you can program the settings using DRAGOset via the USB interface into the transmitter. All DIP switches must then be set to OFF (PC mode)..
With the menu item "Device | Diagnostics ..." call to a diagnostic screen. In this window, you get an overview of the current measured values and messages of the transmitter.
This requires an online connection to the transmitter.
Wiring of Terminals
Depending on the selected input range and other parameters changes the wiring of the current monitoing relay.
On this graph, you can see how the limit switch should be connected in this mode. If you move your mouse over the image of the limit switch, the terminal numbers are displayed.