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Tech Note 111: CMCP510 Display Calibration
Last Updated: 05/10/2017

CMCP510 Display CalibrationCMCP510 Displays may be recalibrated in the field for a full scale reading of 000 to 1999. Displays are calibrated at the factory per order to match the requirements specified by the customer. If the full scale range of the CMCP500 Series Transmitter is changed in the field the display must be recalibrated to the new full scale range.

Using a 4-20mA loop calibrator, such as an Altek 334A, connect the leads of the calibrator as shown in the drawing below.

Setting the 4 mA Set Point (Zero Scale):
Apply 4 mA to the CMCP510 input. Using a small flathead screwdriver, adjust R3 until the desired reading is achieved. See Charts Below

Setting the 20 mA Set Point (Full Scale):
Apply 20 mA to the CMCP510 input, adjust R7 until the desired reading is achieved. See Charts Below

Check to be sure Zero Scale is correct.

Display Reading

4mA

20 mA

DIP Switch 1

Dip Switch 2

Dip Switch 3

000

1050 to 1999

Off

Off

Off

000

650 to 1350

On

Off

Off

000

450 to 800

Off

On

Off

000

300 to 500

Off

Off

On

000

200 to 300

On

On

On

CMCP510 Dip Switches

Decimal Point Placement Guideline:

In/Sec (0.000)

Dip Switch 4

DIP Switch 5

Dip Switch 6

mm/sec (00.00)

Off

Off

On

mils (00.00)

Off

On

Off

microns (0000)

Off

Off

Off

Temperature (000.0)

On

Off

Off

Dip Switch



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