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44-45-03-158/02Page 1 of 12DR4500A Classic SeriesCircular Chart RecorderSpecificationFunctionLHoneywell’s Classic Series recordercombines the simplicity of pen drawnanalog traces with the sophisticationof microprocessor controlledfunctions. This combination results ina user configurable recorder that iseasily adapted to meet a variety ofapplication requirements—from blastfurnace to laboratory.In addition to recording analog traces,the Classic Series recordercontinuously displays process variablevalues in the selected engineeringunits.Both one-pen and two-pen modelsaccept inputs from any one of avariety of sensors or transmitterswithin the configurable range limits.Also, models are available with one ortwo digital controllers to generatecontrolled output signals to operatevalves, dampers, heating elements,etc. for process control.ALMF155915593IN 86.086.0CHN 1RSPOUT%ruline20992Figure 1—Classic Series recorder provides analog trace andcontinuous digital indication of process variable value.FeaturesFeatures, continuedFeatures, continued Charts — Over 5000 preprintedcharts are available to meet specificrecording needs. User configurable — means thatusers can set and/or alter operatingparameters to fit their requirements,including type of input, withoutrecalibration.English language prompts, coupledwith simple keystroke sequences,make configuring the recorder easyand straightforward. Operator interface — includesclear, brilliant alphanumeric displays;indicators; deviation bargraph; andkeypad for visual and tactileinteraction. Ink cartridge — Disposable, fibertip ink cartridge for reliable recordingwith minimal maintenance. Control Output — up to two versatile PID digital controllers lets usersconfigure the exact control actionneeded for their process. Alarms — Integral "soft" alarms areeasily set by users to announceselected out-of-limit conditions. Setpoint Ramp — A single setpointramp is user programmable and iseasily repeated and activated throughthe Run/Hold key. Setpoint Rate — lets you define aramp rate applied to any localsetpoint change. A separate upscaleor downscale rate is configurable. Set Point Ramp/SoakProgramming — Lets users programand store 18 ramp and 18 soaksegments. Run or Hold of program iskeyboard or remote switchselectable. For each control loop, youcan build up to 6 profiles using anynumber of consecutive segments ofthe program. You can select arecovery mode for powerup. Fuzzy Logic — This standard featureuses fuzzy logic to suppress processvariable overshoot due to SP changesor externally induced processdisturbances. It operates independently from AccutuneII tuning. Itdoes not change the PID constants,but temporarily modifies the internalcontroller response to suppressovershoot. This allows moreaggressive tuning to co-exist withsmooth PV response. It can beenabled or disabled depending on theapplication or the control criteria. Accutune II — This standardfeature provides a new, truly plug andplay tuning algorithm, which will, at thetouch of a button or through a digitalinput, accurately identify and tune anyprocess including those with deadtimeand integrating processes. This speedsup and simplifies start-up plus allowsre-tuning at any setpoint.External InterfaceSelections Alarm Output — Ties “soft” alarmsto up to two integral SPST relays toactivate users external equipment. Modbus Communications —option allows you to network yourrecorders to take advantage of overallmonitoring of the system using anRS485 network.Industrial Measurement and Control, 1100 Virginia Drive, Ft. Washington, PA 19034Printed in U.S.A. Copyright 2002—Honeywell

44-45-03-15Page 2External InterfaceSelections, continued Timer — This optional featureprovides a configurable time periodof 0 to 99 hours, 59 minutes or unitsof minutes and seconds. It can bestarted via the keyboard, alarm 2, orby a digital input. The timer output isAlarm 1, which energizes at the endof the Timer Period. Alarm 1 can beautomatically reset. The TimerPeriod can be changed betweeneach batch. Status is shown on thelower display Digital Input — Allows users to initiate, from a remote location throughtwo dry contact closures, selectedrecorder functions, such as switchingfrom automatic to manual controlmode, from direct to reversecontroller action, or reset totalizer. Auxiliary Output — there is also a4 to 20 mA current output available.It can be used to retransmit aprocess variable. In addition, the4-20 outputs on the control boardcan be used as an auxiliary output ifnot used for control.Options Two Totalizers — one or twototalizers are available. Eight digittotals with multiplier on digitaldisplay. Chart Illumination — Lights thechart area to improve readability inlower light areas. Door Options — Choice of gray,black or blue doors with standardlatch or optional lock.Optional UL and FM approvedNEMA4X door available. CE Mark — Conformity with73/23/EEC, Low Voltage Directiveand 89/336/EEC EMC Directive. Approval Body Options — FMapproval, CSA certification and ULListing or a combination is available. Customer ID Tag — (30 charactersmax.)*Restrictions apply -- Not all of the optionsan be supplied togetherALM 1CHNRSPOUTFAX HRCHRT SPFUNC%LOWR MAN CHARTDISP AUTOSETUPRUNHOLD20951Figure 2—Operator interface includes displays and keypad forcomprehensive interaction with the recorder and the process.User ConfigurableIn the Classic Series recorder,microprocessor control replacesconventional electro-mechanicalrecording techniques. This meansthat the recorder’s capabilities arenow primarily determined by itssoftware.Since Honeywell has preprogrammeda variety of functional capabilities intothe recorder, a user only has toconfigure those functions that arespecific for the given application.The user configures the recorder byfollowing English language promptsthat appear in the digital displays.The configuration data (type of input,chart speed, chart range, alarmsettings, tuning constants, etc.) arestored in non-volatile memory forsafe keeping in the event of a powerfailure.Operator InterfaceTwo digital displays present theprocess variable (PV) value and bykey selection, the controller set point;controller output; deviation fromreference input; dry bulb temperature;totalization value; or engineering unitsas desired.The lower display can also be setscroll or hold.In configuration mode, digital displaysare pre-empted by English languageprompts and values that you use toenter configuration data. Indicatorslight to show alarm condition, whichchannel PV is on display, use ofremote set point, which output relay ison, selected temperature unit, andcontroller’s mode of operation.Operator Interface, cont.A deviation bargraph lets operatorstell at a glance if the process variableis at, above, or below the controller’ssetpoint.The keypad through which configuration data is entered also serves asan integral automatic/manual stationthat provides bumpless transfer forcontrollers.On two-pen models, the Hold keyallows continuous display of onechannel process variable while therecording action proceedsautomatically.MicroprocessorControlled Recording andPrintingBoth the chart and the pen are drivenby stepper motors which arecontrolled by the microprocessorfor precise maintenance freeoperation.Since chart speed is configurable,users can easily alter the chart speedthrough the keypad. Gear changing oradditional motors are no longerrequired.The stepper motor accuratelypositions the pen drive withoutdamping, thus eliminating the need forslidewire feedback gearing and drivecables.A configurable deviation recordingfunction lets users show graphicallythe difference between referenceinput and a process variable input.Users can designate the channel 1input or enter a deviation setpointvalue as the reference input. This isan example of the versatility derivedfrom microprocessor controlledrecording.

44-45-03-15Page 3Input ProcessingThe input can be one of manystandard low-level electrical signals.And, for models with 2 pens, arelative humidity (wet/dry bulb)actuation is available using 100 ohmplatinum bulbs (α 0.00385). Theinput type and range are userconfigurable.Ranges are easily expanded andcompressed within their spanlimitations to meet specificmeasurement needs. Users canselect upscale or downscale sensorbreak protection for many of theactuations.Each input is sampled at a rate of 3times per second. Each sample isamplified and then converted to adigital signal, which is isolated andpassed to the microprocessor.A digital filter with configurable timeconstants lets users apply inputsignal smoothing as desired.All non-linear inputs are linearized bythe microprocessor, using look-uptables that reside in the software.This allows mixed input actuationsfor 2-pen models to be recorded on alinear chart. Users can bypasslinearization for recording on a nonlinear chart.An integral 24 Vdc power supply,along with 4-20 mA inputconfiguration, allows direct operationwith up to two transmitters withoutthe need for any additional/externaltransmitter power supply.To totalize a variable, such as a flowsignal, users select the applicableinput and set the digital displayscaling factor through configuration.This eliminates the need foradditional integration hardwareincluding a mechanical counter. Thetotalizer has an eight-digit display.Also has capability to reset thetotalizer remotely with digital inputs,and a low flow cutoff can be set inpercent of range below which theapplicable totalizer does notincrement.Digital ControllerThe DR4500A Series recordercontroller (1 or 2 loops) includes anintegral microprocessor-based PIDcontroller.A variety of output types, including aduplex variation for heat-coolapplications, lets users select theoutput that is right for their finalcontrol element.Depending on the output type userscan configure the control action asOn-Off, PID-A, PID-B or PD withManual Reset.As with the record functions, Englishlanguage prompts quickly guideusers through the entry of all thecontroller’s configurable parameters.DiagnosticsAll DR4500A Series recordersinclude self-diagnostic systems thatcheck critical operations and provideerror messages to alert users aboutdetected faults.Power-up self-diagnostics is amicroprocessor controlled diagnosticprogram that runs tests on selectedcircuitry when the recorder ispowered up.A “key” test allows a user to initiate,on demand, a self-diagnostic routinethat checks the keypad and frontpanel displays.ConstructionThe DR4500A Series recorder ishoused in a molded case, which canbe panel or surface, mounted.A gasketed door with a glass oroptional acrylic window protectsinternal components from harshindustrial environments while allowingeasy access to the chart and operatorinterface.Circuitry is partitioned on printedcircuit boards for ease of service.A UL and FM approved NEMA4Xdoor is also available.Process InterfacePower, input, and output wiringconnect to terminations inside thecase.Knockouts in the sides and bottom ofthe case accept conduit connectionsfor convenient wire entry.

44-45-03-15Page 4SpecificationsDesignDigital Indication Accuracy1 digitMinimum Input SpanRange is fully configurable with span limitation of the operating range selected.Input Impedance4-20 mAdc: 250 ohms0-10 Vdc: 200K ohmsAll others: 10 MegohmsSource ImpedanceRTD: 100 ohms per lead maximumSpan Step Response Time6-seconds maximum with no filteringSampling RateEach input sampled 3 times a second.Input FilterSoftware: Single pole low pass section with selectable time constants (off to 120seconds).Digital DisplaysVacuum fluorescent, alphanumeric.A six-digit display dedicated to the process variable.Alternate information displayed during configuration mode.An eight-digit display shows key selected operating parameters. Also providesguidance during configuration.IndicatorsChannel PV display (CHN 1 or 2)Alarm status (ALM 1, 2)Controller Output (OUT 1, 2)Remote Set Point (RSP) for Control 1Temperature unit (F or C) or Engineering unitsController’s mode (A or MAN)Deviation Bargraph21 segment, color coded deviation bargraph:Green (large) On ControlGreen (Small) Deviation to 10% of PVController Modes of OperationManual OperationAutomatic with local set pointAutomatic with remote set pointTransmitter Supply Voltage22 to 26 Vdc at input terminals (50 mAdc at 24 Vdc)

44-45-03-15Page 5Specifications, continuedPerformanceNumber of InputsOne Pen model: One inputTwo Pen model: Two inputsTypes of InputActuation1RangeReference Accuracy FThermocouples2B1051051505001000EE (low)23.007.701.700.802.002.000.500.20-454 to 1832-454 to -202-202 to 1832-270 to 1000-270 to -130-130 to 100018.001.0010.000.550.700.35-200 to 1100-129 to 5930.500.300.200 to 1600-18 to 8710.400.220.0620 to 770-7 to 4100.200.110.04-320 to 2500-320 to 00 to 2500-196 to 1371-196 to -1818 to 13711.250.600.700.350.180.09K (low)-20 to 1000-29 to 5380.300.160.05NNM (Ni Ni Moly)32 to 250032 to 500500 to 25000 to 13710 to 260260 to 13710.750.500.400.300.090.070 to 2372-18 to 13001.00.550.01R0 to 31000 to 500500 to 3100-18 to 1704-18 to 260260 to 17042.001.001.100.550.250.13S0 to 31000 to 500500 to 3100-18 to 1704-18 to 260260 to 17042.001.001.100.550.230.13KNIC (NicrosilNisil)414166260538tototototo C42.0014.003.001.50J (low)330015050010003300 F1816662605381816Jtototototo CTemp. Stability Degrees Error Per 1Degree TT-300 to 700-184 to 3710.600.350.07T (low)-200 to 600-129 to 3160.400.220.07W5W26006003600-18 to-18 to316 to1982 .290 to 22400 to 600600 to 2240-18 to 1227-18 to 316316 to 12271.101.000.600.550.140.101400 to 3400760 to 18711.000.550.10W5W26 (low)Radiamatictotototo420060036004200

44-45-03-15Page 6Specifications, continuedTypes of InputActuation1Range FReference Accuracy C FTemp. Stability Degrees Error Per1 Degree T CRTDsPlatinum100 ohms–300 to 900–184 to 4820.400.220.05500 ohms–300 to 900–184 to 4820.200.110.05LinearMilliamperes dc4 to 20--0.10%--Millivolts dc0 to 10--0.05%--0.004% / F10 to 50--0.05%--0.004% / F1 to 5 (can becalibrated 0 to 5)--0.05%--0.004% / F--0.10%--0.004% / FVolts dc0 to 100.004% / FRelative HumidityPlatinum100 ohm Wet/DryWet/Dry InputBulb*%RH3–130 to 392–90 to 2000.30Dry Bulb Range F0.030.03 CMeasured %RHReferenceAccuracy F CTemp. Stability53 to 104 F/12 to 40 C0 to 20-103 to 212-75 to 1002% RH0.11% RH/ F20 to 10035 to 402 to 42% RH0.11% RH/ F 40 to 100 4 to 381% RH0.06% RH/ F100 to 21238 to 1001% RH0.03% RH/ F1Consult Model Selection Guide 44-45-16-07 for information.2Includes reference junction calibration of 0.01degrees using standard “ice bath” method of calibration. Factory calibration at reference 1.2 F. Note that factory calibration may vary by as much as 10 microvolts or 0.3 ohms for RTDs which means recalibration may berequired to achieve stated accuracy.3The RH calculation is inoperative when temperature goes below 32 F (0 C) or above 212 F (100 C). However, the dry bulb temperaturewill be monitored to -103 F (-75 C). Accuracy stated is for Classic Series Recorder only, and does not include remaining system accuracies.*IEC Alpha (α) 0.00385 Ω/Ω/ C

44-45-03-15Page 7Specifications, continuedConfigurable Parameters: These parameters can be set through the keypad.GroupParametersSetting Range or SelectionResolutionINPUT 1 andDecimal point locationINPUT 2UnitsActuation typeTransmitter characterizationHigh range valueLow range valueLow Flow CutoffInput compensationFilter 1Sensor break protection(burnout)None, 1 (XXX.X), 2 (XX.XX), or 3 (X.XXX)—one decimal place only for non-linear inputs F, C, or engineering unitsSee Input typesAll non-linear input types, linear, square root-999.0 to 9999-999.0 to 99990 to 100% of input range-999.0 to 99990 to 120None, Up or Down0.10.1PEN 1 and PEN 2Pen 1Pen 1 inputChart 1 high range valueChart 1 low range valuePen 1 OnPen 1 OffCHART0.10.111Hours per revolutionLinearize8 hrs, 12 hrs, 24 hrs, 7 days, or selected hours perrevolution1 to 744 hrsLinear or Non-linear ChartTOTAL 1 andTOTAL 2TotalReset totalTotal 1(2)Total engineering unitsRateScaling factorResettableRead onlyYes or NoDisable, Input 1, Input 2Desired alphanumeric titleSecond, Minute, Hour, Day or Million/Day1, 10, 100, 1000, 10,000, 100,000 or 1E6No, Local, Ext Sw1, Ext Sw2Control 1 (2)PID tuning setsSetpoint sourceRatio (Input 2)BiasSP tracking1 or 2Local, Remote (Control 1 only), or 2 Local-20.00 to 20.00-999 to 9999None or RSP (Control 1 only)Power-up mode recallHigh and low SP limitsActionHigh and low output limitsDropoff valueDeadbandOutput HystManual, Auto LSP, or Auto RSP, AM, SP, AMLSP0 to 100% of span in engineering unitsDirect or reverse-5 to 105% of output-5 to 105% of output-5.0 to 25% of PV Span0.0 to 5.0% of PV SpanFailsafe output valueRemote SwitchingMan KeyPB or GainReset unitsControl 1 AlgorithmOutput 1 AlgorithmWithin the output limitsNone, ToMan, ToLSP, To2SP, ToDir, RN/HLDDisable or EnableProportional band (%) or gainRepeats/minute or minutes/repeatPIDA, PIDB, PD MR, ON-OFFCurrent, Position Prop, TimeD, Cur TI, TI Cur, Time1Gain (or Prop Band)Rate Min (or RPM)Reset MinMan RsetCyc Sec0.1 to 10000.00 to 10.000.02 to 50.00-100 to 100% output1 to 120 sec.0.10.010.0111TUNING 1(2)Chart speedDisable or EnableInput 1, Output, SP, Dev, Dgtl1, Dgtl2, Input 2, Out2,SP2, Dev2-999.0 to 9999-999.0 to 99990 to 100% of chart0 to 100% of chart0.110.011111

44-45-03-15Page 8Specifications, continuedControllerGroupParametersSetting Range or SelectionSPRAMP 1(2)SP Ramp (1 or 2)Time MinFinal SPSPRateEU/HR UPEU/HR DNSP ProgramRecyclesSoak DeviationProfileStateRecoveryProgram EndProfile Start SegmentProfile End SegmentRamp UnitSynchronize ProfilesSegment X RampSegment X SetpointSegment X TimeSegment X EventTimerPeriodStartLdisplayResetIncrementDisable or Enable0 to 2550 to 100% of SpanEnable or Disable0 to 99990 to 9999Disable or Enable0 to 990.0 to 99.01 to 6Disable or HoldEnable or DisableLast Setpoint or FailsafeRamp 1 to Ramp 35Soak 2 to Soak 36Time or RateEnable, Disable0.00 to 99:59within High/Low Range Limits0.00 to 99.59None, Alarm 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6Enable/Disable0.00 to 99:59Run/Hold Key or Alarm 2Time Remaining or Elapsed TimeRun/Hold key or Alarm 1Minute or SecondAUXILIARYOUTPUTAux Output4mA Val20mA ValDisable, IN1, IN2, PV1, PV2, Dev1, Dev2, Out1(2),SP1 (2)Low scaling factorHigh scaling factorALARMS(1,2,3,4,5,6)SP ValueSP Type0.0 to 9999None, Input 1 (2), RH, Dev, Output, Total 1, Total 2, Dev2,Out2, EventHigh or LowSPPSEGSSPP EVENTTIMERAlarm TypeAlarm Scaling Multiplier forTotalizer AlarmAlarm Hysteresis1,10,100,1000,10000,100000, 1E60.0 to 100% of spanOPTIONSReject FrequencyRelative HumidityAtm. PressureDeviationScroll (Lower Display)60 or 50 HzYes or No590 to 800None, SetPnt, Chan 1None, 1 sec, 2 sec, 3 secMODBUSCommunications StateCommunications AddressBaudTransmit DelayEnable/Disable1 to 99300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400None, 10msec, 20msec, 30msec, 40msec, 50msec.LOCKOUTLockout (Software and/orHardware)None, Calib, Conf, MaxHardware Configuration Lockout (Optional)STATUSVersionFailsafeRAM TestConfiguration TestCalibration TestFact CRC (Factory Set InputConstants)Battery TestLatest Software VersionYes or NoPass or FailPass or FailPass or FailPass or FailPass or FailResolution0.1

44-45-03-15Page 9Specifications, continuedController (continued)ControllerOutput1(Optional) On-Off or Time ProportionalOne SPST electromechanical relay. Control action can be set for direct or reverse;N.O. or N.C. contact selectable. On-Off Duplex or Time Proportional DuplexTwo SPST electromechanical relays. Control action can be set for direct or reverse;N.O. or N.C. contact selectable. Current Proportional21 mAdc maximum into a negative or positive grounded or non-grounded load of 0 to 1000 ohms.Output range can be set between 4 and 20 mA, and as direct or reverse action.Resolution:10 bitsAccuracy:0.5 % full scaleFM Approved Output (Optional) Position ProportionalTwo SPST electromechanical relays operate motor having a 100 ohm to 1000 ohm slidewire. Current/Time Duplex and Time /Current DuplexVariation of time proportional duplex for Heat/Cool applications. Time proportional output (heat orcool) is a SPST electromechanical relay. Current proportional output (heat or cool) is a 4-20 mA signalthat can be fed into a negative or positive grounded load of 0 to 1000 ohms and is operational over 50% of range or the entire range.Time Proportional Relay Resolution: 4.4 mSec.Relay Contact Ratings:Resistive Load: 5A @ 120 Vac, 2.5A @ 240 VacInductive Load: 50 VA @ 120 Vac or 240 VacCycle Time:1 to 120 secondsCurrent Proportional:Resolution:10 bitsAccuracy:0.5 % full scaleCE Enclosure Rating:InstallationCategory (Overvoltage Category)Pollution Degree:EMC ClassificationMethod of EMCAssessmentDeclaration ofConformityThis product is in conformity with the protection requirements of the following European CouncilDirectives: 73/23/EEC, the Low Voltage Directive, and 89/336/EEC, the EMC Directive. Conformity ofthis product with any other “CE Mark” Directive(s) shall not be assumed.Class I: Permanently Connected, Panel Mounted Industrial Control Equipment with protective earthing(grounding). (EN 61010-1)Panel Mounted Equipment, IP 00, this recorder must be panel mounted.Terminals must be enclosed within the panel. Front panel IP 65 (IEC 529)Category II: Energy-consuming equipment supplied from the fixed installation.Local level appliances, and Industrial Control Equipment. (EN 61010-1)Pollution Degree 2: Normally non-conductive pollution with occasional conductivity caused bycondensation. (Ref. IEC 664-1)Group 1, Class A, ISM Equipment (EN 55011, emissions), Industrial Equipment (EN 50082-2, immunity)Technical File (TF)51197635-000

44-45-03-15Page 10Specifications, continuedController, continuedCase/DoorMolded, foamed-Noryl** with gasketed door to meet NEMA 3 enclosure requirements. Panel gasketavailable separately.An optional UL and FM approved NEMA4X door is also available.PenDisposable fiber-tip ink cartridge. Line length per cartridge more than 1000 ft (305 m).One Pen: PurpleTwo Pens: Purple and RedChart12-inch (304.8mm) diameter chart with standard preprinted markings and a calibrated width of4.62-inches (117.5mm).WiringConnectionsTerminals inside the caseColorCase: BlackDoor (standard): Caribbean Blue, Black or GrayApproval BodiesU.L. approval depending on model. Consult Model Selection Guide for information.FM approved for Class I, Div 2, Groups A, B, C, D areas depending on model.DimensionsSee Figure 3.Weight13.2 lb. (6 kg)MountingPanel or surface mounted. Some adapter kits available for existing panel cutouts.OptionsAuxiliary LinearOutput (Optional)Three Auxiliary Outputs are available:21 mA dc maximum into a negative or positive grounded load or non-grounded load of 0 to 1000 ohms.Output range can be set between 2 to 21 mA, and as direct or reverse action. It can be configured torepresent any one of 10 parameters: Input 1-2, PV 1-2, Deviation 1-2, Output 1-2, Setpoint 1-2. Therange of the auxiliary output, as a function of the selected variable, can be scaled.Auxiliary Output 2 and Auxiliary Output 3 use Control Current Output 1 and Control Current Output 2 ifControl “OUTALG” is not set to “CURRENT” or “POSITION”.Resolution: 12 bits over 0 to 21 mA (10 bits for Auxiliary Output 2 and 3)Accuracy: 0.2 % of full scaleTemperature Stability: 0.03% F.S. / CAlarm OutputTwo SPST electromechanical relaysRelay Contact Ratings:Resistive Load: 1A @ 120 Vac, 1/2A @ 240 Vac.Digital Input 20 Vdc source for external dry contact or isolated solid state contacts. Selects one configured input.TotalizersOne or two Totalizers depending on model.Eight digit “totals” with multiplier on digital display.Miscellaneous FM Approved 4-20 mA Control Output UL and FM approved NEMA4X door Door Lock Chart Illumination UL Listing, FM Approval, CSA, CE Conformity Control with Accutune II tuning capability Customer ID Tag 4-20 mA Auxiliary Output** Registered Trademark -- General Electric Co.1. Not all controller outputs are available on all models of the Classic Recorder. Consult Model Selection Guide 44-45-16-07 for information.

44-45-03-15Page 11Specifications, continuedEnvironmental and Operating ConditionsParameterReferenceRatedExtremeTransport and storageAmbientTemperature67 to 77 F19 to 25 C58 to 131 F15 to 55 C32 to 131 F0 to 55 C–40 to 151 F–40 to 66 CRelativeHumidity (%RH)0 to 55*10 to 90*5 to 90*5 to 95*VibrationFrequency (Hz)Acceleration (g)000 to 700.10 to 2000.20 to 2000.5Mechanical ShockAcceleration (g)Duration (ms))001305302030Mounting Position fromVerticalTilted ForwardTilted BackwardTilted to Side ( )5 5 5 5 30 10 5 90 20 AnyAnyAny119 to 121238 to 24249.8 to 50.259.8 to 60.2102 to 132204 to 26449 to 5159 to 61102 to 132204 to 26448 to 5258 to 62N/AN/AN/AN/APower RequirementsVoltage (VRMS)Frequency (Hz)Power Consumption20 watts maximumGeneral Reference DataStray RejectionCommon Mode Rejection Ratio: 120dB or 1 LSB (whichever is greater) at 60 Hz withmaximum source impedance of 100 ohms.Normal Mode Rejection Ratio: 60dB with a 100% span peak-to-peak maximum at 60 Hz.Static Charge EffectsExposed panel surfaces capable of withstanding a discharge from a 250pf capacitor charged to10KV through 100 ohms.Line Noise EffectsField terminals for connecting power line to recorder can withstand the IEEE Surge WithstandingCapability Test to a level of 2.5KV.Technical AssistanceToll-free 800 number puts technical assistance only a phone call away.* The maximum rating only applies up to 104 F (40 C). For higher temperatures, the RH specification is derated to maintain constantmoisture content.WARRANTY/REMEDYHoneywell warrants goods of its manufacture as being free of defective materials and faulty workmanship.Contact your local sales office for warranty information. If warranted goods are returned to Honeywell during theperiod of coverage, Honeywell will repair or replace without charge those items it finds defective. The foregoingis Buyer's sole remedy and is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied, including those ofmerchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Specifications may change without notice. Theinformation we supply is believed to be accurate and reliable as of this printing. However, we assume noresponsibility for its use.While we provide application assistance personally, through our literature and the Honeywell web site, it is up tothe customer to determine the suitability of the product in the application.

44-45-03-15Page 12Dimensions:millimetersinchesStandard Short wing latch1636.4Bottom view32112.61064.232212.7Back viewNEMA4X om viewzSurface mountingzzz11.0.431425.6Panel cutout (all models)zzz32112.61064.25.19Left side viewFront view32112.6:Surface mounting355141425.617.50.69Double bit latch1817.141916.514.5.57:zzzz38715.25Front viewNEMA4XBack viewFigure 3—DR4500A series recorder dimensions - for reference onlyOrdering InformationFor complete ordering information, request Model Selection Guide 44-45-16-07 for DR4500A Series CircularChart Recorder.Honeywell offers a full line of sensors and transmitters that produce a compatible range of dc voltage orcurrent signals which can be used as inputs to the DR4500A Series Recorder.These devices measure:Temperature: (Thermocouple or RTD)PressureFlow {4 to 20 mA dc or 1 to 5 Vdc process transmitter}Liquid LevelRelative HumiditySpecifications are subject to change without notice.Industrial Measurement and ControlHoneywell1100 Virginia DriveFt. Washington, PA 1903444-45-03-15 0802 Printed in USAwww.honeywell.com/imc/

44-45-03-15 Page 4 Specifications Design Digital Indication Accuracy 1 digit Minimum Input Span Range is fully configurable with span limitation of the operating range selected. Input Impedance 4-20 mAdc: 250 ohms 0-10 Vdc: 200K ohms All others: 10 Megohms Source Impedance RTD: 100 ohms per lead maximum Span Step Response Time 6-seconds maximum with no filtering