Winland EA200 & EA400 EnviroAlert - Installation & Owner's Manual D-011-0093 Rev. C Dated 2005



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Winland_Cover.fm Page 1 Wednesday, July 5, 2006 1:39 PM Limitations of the Al
arm System or Device
While your alarm system or device is
reliable and sophisticated, it does not offer guaranteed protection against
burglary, fire, or other emergency. Any security pro
duct, whether commercial or residential, is subject to
compromise or failure-to-warn for a variety of reasons. These include:

Individuals may gain access through
unprotected openings or have the tec
hnical sophisticat
ion to bypass
an alarm sensor or disconnec
t an alarm warning device.

Monitoring devices will
not operate without power. Devices powered by AC will not work if their AC power
supply is off for any reason. If the sys
tem has battery back-up, batteries that are not maintained can fail to
provide the necessary power for
devices to function properly.

Alarm warning devices such as sire
ns, bells, and horns may not alert peopl
e or wake up sleepers if they are
located on the other side of closed or partly closed do
ors. If warning devices are on a different level of the
residence from the bedrooms, they are less li
kely to waken or alert people inside the bedrooms.

Telephone lines needed to transmit alarm signals from t
he premises to a central monitoring station may be
out of service and are subject to compro
mise by sophisticated means of attack.

Signals sent by wireless transmitters
may be blocked or reflected by
metal before they reach the alarm
receiver. Even if the signal path has been recently ch
ecked during a weekly test, blockage can occur if a
metal object if moved into the path.

Even if the system responds to the emergency as intended and is a monitored alarm system, the
authorities may not respond appropriately.

This equipment, like other electrical
devices, is subject to component fa
ilure. Even though this equipment is
designed to last as long as 20 years, the el
ectronic components could fail at any time.

The most common cause of an alarm system not f
unctioning properly is due to inadequate maintenance.
Your alarm system should be tested weekly to make sure all detection devices are operating properly. Your
control panel and keypads should be tested, as well.
Installing an alarm system may make y
ou eligible for lower insurance rates, but an alarm system is not a
substitute for insurance. Homeowners, property owners,
and renters should continue to insure their lives and
property.
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Table of Contents
General Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . .3
EnviroAlert EA200. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . .5
EnviroAlert EA400. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . .7
Symbols on the Product or Manual Labeling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Display and Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . 10
Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . 15
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . 18
Tools and Supplies Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Power Supply Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Selecting Mounting Location for EA200
/ EA400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Mounting the EA200 / EA400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Connecting the EA200 / EA400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . 32
Power-up and Unlocking for Programming .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Setting Time and Date. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.33
Programming the Zones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Offset Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . 38
Changing Programming for a Previously Programmed Zone
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Locking the Program Settings . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
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Using the EA200 / EA400 to Monitor Environmental Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Normal (Non-Alarm) Mode Display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Alarm Mode Displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
40
Viewing Alarm History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.41
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . 42
Accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . 44
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . 47
Warranty and Service Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
WEEE Product Recovery/Recycling for EU Customers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
EnviroAlert Certification Info
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . 52
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General Information

The EnviroAlert
®

EA200
an
d
EA400

pr
ovide al
ar
m
sig
nals
when
monitore
d
conditions
ex
ceed the user-programmable HIGH LIMIT or
LOW LIMIT set points. The alarm
signa
ls a
r
e

p
r
ovid
ed via relay output
s
tha
t
can o
per
ate with

a
l
ar
m p
a
nels, pr
ocess
con
t
r
o
ls, security
systems, or other
sim
ilar au
t
o
m
ated
eq
uipment.

All setup is
d
o
n
e
using

the

fr
ont p
a
nel
keys
a
nd
th
e LCD

d
i
spla
y
, wh
ich us
es
ico
n
s

th
at
indi
cate the setup and parameter being configured. The LCD display assists the user
during setup, and shows measured conditions for the monitored critical environment.

Th
e
EA2
0
0
and
EA400
can
mo
nitor
multiple
crit
ical e
n
viro
nme
n
t
s
u
s
i
ng
multipl
e
sen
s
or
in
put
s,
with ea
ch sensor

in
put/ala
rm channe
l
d
e
sign
ated a
s
a “
Z
on
e”. The
EA2
00 and
EA40
0
dif
f
er

p
r
ima
r
ily in th
e numbe
r
of Zon
e
s
th
at
can

be
m
onito
red
.

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Using the appropriate accessory sensors (not supplied), the EA200 / EA400 monitors
and provides alarms for the following environmental conditions:
„
Temperature: from –50° C to 150° C (–58° F to 299° F)
„
Humidity: from 5% to 95% RH
„
Presence of water
The EA200 / EA400 is easily mounted directly
to a 2-gang electrical enclosure, or to
walls.
Figure 1. EnviroAlert EA200 and EA400
EA200
EA400
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EnviroAlert EA200
Figure 2 shows a simplified functional diag
ram of the EA200 interfaces and functions.
The EA200 provides two Zones of monitoring as follows:
„
Zone 1
– Zone 1 is permanently programmed as a temperature monitor using a
temperature sensor built-in to the EA200.
„
Zone 2
– Zone 2 is equipped with a sensor input connector that can be connected to
any one of a variety of sensors. Using the appropriate sensor, Zone 2 can be used
to monitor temperature, humidity, or presence of water at remote locations.
Each Zone has its own Form C relay out
put that activates when a monitored
environmental condition exceeds the progr
ammed range. An AU
X (Auxiliary) Output
relay is activated whenever any Zone is in al
arm. It can be used to provide a single
output to the alarm panel or to an optional audible alarm.
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Figure 2. EA200 Functional Diagram
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EnviroAlert EA400
Figure 3 shows a simplified functional diag
ram of the EA400 interfaces and functions.
The EA400 provides four Zones of monitoring as follows:
„
Zones 1 through 4
– Each Zone is equipped with a sensor input connector that can
be connected to any one of a variety of sensors (the EA400 is not equipped with a
built-in sensor). Using the appropriate external sensor, each Zone can be used to
monitor temperature, humidity, or presence of water. Programming and usage of
each Zone is fully independent of each other.
Each Zone has its own Form C relay out
put that activates when a monitored
environmental condition exceeds the progr
ammed range. An AU
X (Auxiliary) Output
relay is activated whenever any Zone is in al
arm. It can be used to provide a single
output to the alarm panel or to an optional audible alarm.
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Figure 3. EA400 Functional Diagram
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Symbols on the Product or Manual Labeling
Symbols on Product or Manual
Symbol
Definition
Attention, consult accompanying documents or statements.
For product disposal, ensure the following:
• Do not dispose of this product as unsorted municipal waste.
• Collect this product separately.
• Use collection and return systems available to you.
NO / NC / C
Normally Open, Normally Cl
osed, and Common relay contact terminals
AUX
Form C relay output that activates upon an alarm from any of the zones.
WEEE
Waste Electrical an
d Electronic Equipment
RoHS
Restriction of Hazardous Substances
Products intended for sale within the European Union are marked with the CE Mark,
which indicates compliance to applicabl
e Directives and European Norms (EN).
The TUV certification combines electrical
safety certification for Canada (SCC), United
States (NRTL), and Europe (EU Directives).
These products were voluntarily tested
according to the relevant safety requireme
nts and mentioned properties pertaining to this
certification mark.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) This device may not caus
e harmful interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference received, incl
uding interference that may cause undesired
operation.
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Display and Icons
Figure 4 shows and describes the display formats and icons.
Figure 4. EA200 / EA400 Display and Icons
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Display Icons
Index
No.
Icon
Function
1
Date
icon.
Indicates EA200 / EA400 Date Set mode is accessed.
2
Time Set
display.
Indicates Time Set mode is accessed.
3
Time/Date/Year
display.
During setup, multiple function display for setting year (4-digit), date
(month.day), and time (hours:minutes).
4
Temperature/Humidity
display.
Displays temperature and humidity values for designated Zone.
5
Humidity Mode
icon.
Indicates Zone is programmed for monitoring humidity.
6
Temperature
icon.
Indicates Zone is programmed for monitoring temperature.
°F
or
°C
indicates
measurement units selection.
Running display also shows monitored temperature for Zones programmed for
temperature monitoring.
7
Zone
display.
During programming, indicates the Zone being programmed.
Display represents active data for Zone indicated.
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Limit
display.
Shows the programmed HIGH limit and
LOW limit points where measured con-
ditions exceeding limits
will trigger an alarm for the related Zone.
• When programmed for
temperature
, the limit range allowed is between 299
degree units to –58 degree units.
• When programmed for
humidity
, the limit range allowed is between 100
RH% units to 0 RH% units.
9
Locked
and
Unlocked
icons.
Indicates EA200 / EA400 lock status.
When EA200 / EA400 is in
locked
mode, programming cannot be changed; no
configuration modes are accessible.
10
Alarm
icon.
When flashing, indicates that a Zone is
in an alarm state. When steadily illumi-
nated, indicates that an alarm condition
exists, but the programmed time delay
interval has not yet elapsed. When time del
ay period elapses, the icon will begin
flashing.
11
Delay Time Entry

Mode
icon.
During programming, indicates selection of
delay time mode (up to 120 minutes
delay can be entered). When icon appears,
a delay time (in minutes) can be
entered. With a delay programmed for the Zone, conditions exceeding the pro-
grammed limits (such as during a defrost
cycle) are ignored for the duration of
the programmed delay.
This function is typically used to prevent
false alarms for freezers and coolers
that have defrost cycles or doors that are opened frequently.
Display Icons — continued
Index
No.
Icon
Function
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12
Alarm Output Relay Mode
icon.
During programming, indicates selecti
on of energized or de-energized alarm
output relay state for the Zone being programmed.
• Down arrow points to ENERGIZE when energized relay mode is selected
(relay is energized with no alar
ms; relay de-energizes upon alarm).
• Down arrow points to DE-ENERGIZE when de-energized relay mode is
selected (relay is de-energized with
no alarms; relay energizes upon alarm).
13
Water Presence Mode
icon.
Indicates Zone is programmed for detecting presence of water.
Display Icons — continued
Index
No.
Icon
Function
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Temperature Sensor Type
display.
During temperature monitoring programming, sensor type (based on conditions
expected for Zone) is entered.
• RED is selected when a “Red” (high-temperature range) sensor is to be used.
• BLUE is selected when a “Blue” (low-t
emperature range) sensor is to be
used.
Note
: See “Accessories” on page 44 for more information regarding sensor
types and appropriate usage.
15
Offset Adjust
icon.
Indicates that OFFSET (± 9 units) has been selected (this is selected by press-
ing the OFFSET key).
If desired, offset allows the temperature or humidity reading for the selected
Zone to be offset by a value that aligns the reading displayed on the EA200 /
EA400 with that of existing equipmen
t, thereby correlating the EA200 / EA400
reading with that of existing equipment.
Display Icons — continued
Index
No.
Icon
Function
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Keys
Figure 5 shows and describes the entry keys.
Figure 5. EA200 / EA400 Keys
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Entry Keys
Index
No. Key
Function
16
ALARM
SILENCE key
Multi-function key:
• If alarm occurs, pressing key interrupts the auxiliary output relay for
10 minutes.
• Pressing key along with ENTER key toggles EA200 / EA400
between Locked and Unlocked modes.
17
TIME/DATE key
When pressed in Unlocked mode, accesses Time/Date set mode.
When pressed again, exits mode.
18
ZONE key
• When pressed in Unlocked
mode during programming, allows
access to Zone programming.
• When pressed during normal operation, allows selection of the
Zone to be displayed. When pressed again, exits mode.
19
OFFSET key
When pressed, allows offset entry for Zone displayed. (See Offset
Adjust icon (Index 13) in Display Icons table for more information.)
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INCREASE
DECREASE
keys
Select programming mode or value by pressing INCREASE or
DECREASE key to:
• Scroll through available sele
ctions pertaining to a mode.
• Increase or decrease numeric va
lue pertaining to a mode (for
example, selection of temperature HIGH and LOW limits).
• Toggle between Zones in Programming mode. Zone selected using
these keys will display values for 10 seconds.
Note
: Holding the INCREASE or DECREASE key automatically
scrolls through the full range of
numeric values or mode choices.
21
ENTER key
When pressed, saves a mode selection or numeric value entry. After
pressing ENTER within a programming sequence, the EA200 /
EA400 proceeds to the next item requiring programming.
22
ALARM
HISTORY key
When pressed, the EA200 / EA400 displays history relating to
alarms. If multiple alarms exist, pressing the INCREASE or
DECREASE key steps through all stored alarms.
Press and hold ALARM HISTORY key for 5 seconds to clear alarm
history.
Entry Keys — continued
Index
No. Key
Function
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Installation
Tools and Supplies Required
Below is a list of typically
required tools and supplies:
„
#2 Flat-Blade Screwdriver
„
Sensors (not supplied; see “Accessories” on page 44)
„
Sensor Wiring (typically 18-22 AWG twisted-pair; not supplied)
„
Alarm Wiring (typically 18-22 AWG; see EA200 / EA400 Output (Alarm)
Connections)
Power Supply Requirements
Power source must furnish REGULATED 11 to 14VDC (EA200-12 and EA400-12) or 23
to 26VDC (EA200-24 and EA400-24). Power can be supplied using a REGULATED
AC/DC adapter (not supplied; see “Accessories” on page 44), or connect directly to a
REGULATED DC power supply from an alarm panel.
Note:
Where required, this equipment is to be isolated from the mains supply by a
limited power source as specified in EN60950.
Note:
All terminals must be connected to a
Class 2 Power Limited Circuit complying
with the National Electric Code NFPA 70, Article 725.
Note:
See “Specifications” on page 47 for power supply requirements.
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Selecting Mounting Locat
ion for EA200 / EA400
Select a mounting location for the EA200 / EA400 considering the following:
„
Install the EA200 / EA400 where authorized personnel can readily access the
device. If required, consideration shoul
d be made regarding a location that
discourages unauthorized access.
„
Install the EA200 / EA400 such that the maximum cabling distance between the
sensor and the EA200 / EA400 does not exceed 304 m (1000 ft.).
„
Install the EA200 / EA400 in a location that meets the operating environmental
conditions (see “Specifications” on page 47). Additionally, if Zone 1 (built-in
temperature sensor) of an EA200 is being used, the EA200 must be installed in the
environment for which it
is intended to monitor.
„
RF interference will ha
ve an adverse effect on the operation of the EnviroAlert. Do
NOT place the unit, wiring, or sensors n
ear a potential source of interference.
Mounting the EA200 / EA400
The EA200 / EA400 uses a removable rear mounting plate which is attached to a
mounting surface (either a 2-gang electrical enclosure or surface mount).
1.
Remove the rear mounting plate from the EA200 / EA400 main chassis as follows:
CAUTION:
Do not install the EA200 or EA400 in coolers or freezers.
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At bottom of EA200 / EA400, pull the rear mounting plate down and away
from the EA200 / EA400 main chassis. The retainer tabs on the main chassis
will disengage from the holes in the rear mounting plate.

Completely remove the
mounting plate from the EA200 / EA400 main
chassis by disengaging the mounting plate upper hinges from the mating
tabs on the EA200 / EA400 main chassis.
2.
Mount the mounting plate as follows:

Mounting to 2-gang enclosure:
Use four (4) machine screws to secure the mounting plate to the mating
holes in the 2-gang enclosure.

Mounting to drywall surface:
Place the mounting plate in mounting position. Mark the four mounting hole
locations. Install drywall anchors and secure the mounting plate to anchors.
Note:
Where mounted to wall, a wiring access hole should be prepared at this time.
All wiring must pass through the opening in the center of mounting plate.
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Connecting the EA200 / EA400
Note:
Make certain all wiring to
be connected is passing through the opening in cen-
ter of mounting plate.
Note:
All terminals must be connected to
a Class 2 Power Limited Circuit
complying with the National Electric Code NFPA 70, Article 725.
Note:
Where required, this equipment is to be isolated from the mains supply by a
limited power source as specified in EN60950.
EA200 / EA400 Connectors
Figure 6 shows and describes the functions of the EA200 / EA400 connectors.
Note:
All connections to the EA200 / EA400 circuit board header connectors are
made using Terminal Block Adapters (supplied with the EA200 / EA400 and
with sensors; and available as an accesso
ry item). To ease connection of
stripped wire ends to the adapters, the adapters can be removed from the cir-
cuit board header connectors. Connect st
ripped wire ends to the adapters as
follows:

Remove the adapter
from the circuit board by pu
lling the adapter up and off
of the circuit board header connector.

Insert stripped wire ends into side of
adapter. Secure the connections using
the set screws on the adapter. Check
the connection by lightly pulling on
each connection.

After connecting the wire ends to the adapter, align the adapter to the
header pins where connection is desired, and press the adapter fully onto
the header connector pins.
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Figure 6. EA200 / EA400 Connectors
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EA200 / EA400 Connectors
Connector
Function
PWR IN
Provides power connection for unit. Be sure
to observe proper voltage requirements
for both 12V and 24V models.
CAUTION:
Observe (+) and (-) polarity
markings screened on
circuit board. EA200 / EA400 can be damaged if power polarity
is reversed.
PWR OUT
Provides power to accessories used with the EA200 / EA400 (such as HA-III
+
Humid
Alert).
CAUTION:
Only connect accessories specified in this manual to
the PWR OUT connection. Connection of unsuitable loads to
this connection may damage the power supply and EA200 /
EA400, or result in improper or unreliable operation.
CAUTION:
Only connect sensors specified in this manual to the SENSOR IN 1
through SENSOR IN 4 connections. Unverified sensors may damage EA200 /
EA400, or result in improper or unreliable operation.
SENSOR IN 1
EA200:
Input for
Zone 2
external temperature, water, or humidity sensor.
EA400:
Input for
Zone 1
external temperature, water, or humidity sensor.
SENSOR IN 2
EA200:
Not available (blank position).
EA400:
Input for
Zone 2
external temperature, water, or humidity sensor.
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SENSOR IN 3
EA200:
Not available (blank position).
EA400:
Input for
Zone 3
external temperature, water, or humidity sensor.
SENSOR IN 4
EA200:
Not available (blank position).
EA400:
Input for
Zone 4
external temperature, water, or humidity sensor.
WARNING:
EA200 / EA400 relay outputs are intended only for use as low-voltage,
low-current alarm connections, and not for direct switching or control of AC-mains
powered loads. Additionally, local codes m
ay further dictate or limit the types of
loads and associated wiring to be used with the low-current Form C relay outputs
used with the EA200 / EA400. Connecting
AC-mains type circuits to the EA200 /
EA400 may result in an electric shock and/or fire hazard.
CAUTION:
Do not connect a load to the AUX OUT or OUTPUT 1 through OUTPUT 4
relay outputs that exceeds limitations stated in the Specifications section of this
manual. Loads exceeding the specified limi
tations may damage EA200 / EA400, or
result in improper or unreliable operation.
AUX OUT
Form C relay output that activates upon any alarm. Allows for a single output to an
alarm panel. This relay cannot be conf
igured for energized or de-energized.
OUTPUT 1
EA200:
Form C relay alarm output for built-in sensor (
Zone 1
).
EA400:
Form C relay alarm output for
Zone 1
.
OUTPUT 2
EA200:
Form C relay alarm output for external sensor (
Zone 2
).
EA400:
Form C relay alarm output for
Zone 2
.
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EA200 / EA400 Power Connections
1.
Using a Terminal Block Adapter, connect power supply + and – leads to PWR IN (+)
and (–) on EA200 / EA400 circuit board hea
der connector. Observe proper polarity.
Make sure to use a REGULATED power supply.
2.
If PWR OUT (supplied from EA200 / EA400 circuit board) is to be used, connect +
and – leads to PWR OUT (+) and (–) on EA200 / EA400 circuit board header
connector using a Terminal Block Adapter.
OUTPUT 3
EA200:
Not available (blank position).
EA400:
Form C relay alarm output for
Zone 3
.
OUTPUT 4
EA200:
Not available (blank position).
EA400:
Form C relay alarm output for
Zone 4
.
CAUTION:
Do not connect or disconnect power, sensor, or alarm wiring with power
applied. Connecting and disconnecting EA200 / EA400 with power connected may
damage EA200 / EA400, or result in improper or unreliable operation.
CAUTION:
Only connect accessories specified in this manual to the PWR OUT con-
nection. Connection of unsuitable loads
to this connection may damage the power
supply and EA200 / EA400, or result
in improper or un
reliable operation.
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EA200 / EA400 Sensor Connections
Note:
Sensors required should be on-hand before attempting installation. Refer to
“Accessories” on page 44 for information regarding available sensors and their
recommended applications.
Note:
The EA200 / EA400 can be used with earlier-version Winland temperature
sensors (
Model Numbers TA-S-D, TA-S-H, TA-S-L
). However, for new
installations it is recommended that th
e current Winland temperature sensors
be used. See “Accessories” on page 44
for descriptions and part numbers of
current Winland sensors.
1.
Install and wire all required external (remote location) sensors between the sensor
and the EA200 / EA400 mounting location.
Use a wiring scheme that identifies
sensor wiring polarity. (The
TEMP-H-S
,
TEMP-L-S
,
TEMP-L-W
, an
d
TEMP-H-W
thermistor temperature se
nsors are not polarity-sensitive.)
2.
Determine the sensor-to-Zone allotment to
be used with the EA200 or EA400 being
installed. The table below shows the lists the Zones for the EA200 and EA400.
3.
Using the Terminal Block Adapter included with the sensor, connect the sensor
wires to the appropriate SENSOR IN (+) and (–) connector on EA200 / EA400 circuit
board header connector as shown in Figure 7. Where applicable, observe proper
polarity.
4.
Repeat the above step for each sensor.
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Figure 7. EA200 / EA400 Sensor Connections
Zone
Sensor IN
Corresponding Alarm Outputs
EA200
EA400
EA200
EA400
1
no external
connection
(built-in temp. Zone)
SENSOR IN 1
(+) (–)
OUTPUT 1
NC C NO
OUTPUT 1
NC C NO
2
SENSOR IN 1
(+) (–)
SENSOR IN 2
(+) (–)
OUTPUT 2
NC C NO
OUTPUT 2
NC C NO
3
not available
SENSOR IN 3
(+) (–)
not available
OUTPUT 3
NC C NO
4
not available
SENSOR IN 4
(+) (–)
not available
OUTPUT 4
NC C NO
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EA200 / EA400 Output (Alarm) Connections
1.
For all alarm loops to be controlled by the EA200 / EA400, insta
ll all required wiring
from alarm loops to the EA200 / EA400 mounting location.
2.
Determine the alarm-to-Zone allotment to be used with the EA200 or EA400 being
installed. See the table above in EA200 / EA400 Sensor Connections.
3.
Connect the alarm loop leads to the Terminal Block Adapter. Attach the adapter to
terminals C and either NC or NO on the appropriate circuit board header connector.
See Figures 8 and 9.
Figures 8 and 9 show typical alarm loop wiring configurations. Figure 8 shows an
alarm loop where alarm power is derived from the alarm loop. Figure 9 shows an
alarm loop where alarm power is derived from the power supply feeding the EA200 /
EA400.
In both cases, the configuration shown us
es the Alarm Output Relay mode set to
“DE-ENERGIZED” (alarm sent when relay energizes and closes).
To configure for ENERGIZED operation, the Zone should be programmed for
ENERGIZED, and the NC terminal of the output relay should be used instead of NO.
4.
Repeat the above step for each alarm loop.
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Figure 8. Typical Alarm Loop Wiring Configuration (External Power)
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Figure 9. Typical Alarm Loop Wiring Configuration (Self-Powered)
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5.
Making certain wiring is not pinched or ot
herwise stressed, re-install the EA200 /
EA400 main chassis onto the mounting plate (installed in Mounting the EA200 /
EA400) as follows:

Engage the mating tabs on the
EA200 / EA400 main chassis into the
mounting plate upper hinges.

Pivot the bottom of the EA200 / EA400 main chassis into closed position
while aligning the retainer tabs on the main chassis with the holes in the rear
mounting plate. Snap the main chas
sis closed onto the mounting plate.
When properly closed, the main chassi
s and mounting plate mating surfaces
will be flush. Make certain no wiring is
protruding between mating surfaces.
6.
The AUX output can be connected to either a local buzzer or strobe. It can also be
used as a single output to an alarm panel.
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Setup
When powered-up, the EA200 / EA400 is ready to step through the stages where
programming settings are entered. As an overview, the EA200 / EA400 entry
progression is as follows:
„
Lock / Unlock
„
Date / Time Set
„
Program (set up) Zones
Note:
Unless otherwise noted, all steps apply equally to EA200 or EA400.
Note:
During Setup, a flashing display indicates the EA200 / EA400 is waiting for
data to be entered and saved.
Power-up and Unlock
ing for Programming
1.
Apply power to the EA200 / EA400. All
segments of the LCD display should
momentarily appear. The (Locked) icon appears.
2.
Simultaneously press and release the ALARM SILENCE and ENTER keys. The
(Unlocked) icon appears.
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Setting Time and Date
1.
Press the TIME/DATE key. The Hours display appears.
2.
Enter current
hour
(flashing) by using the INCREASE or DECREASE keys to scroll
to the current hour, then press the ENTER key.
3.
Enter the remaining data (in the sequence as shown below) for current date and
time by similarly using t
he INCREASE or DECREASE keys
to scroll to the desired
setting, and then pressing the ENTER key.
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Programming the Zones
Program each Zone as follows:
1.
Press the ZONE key. The Zone display appears.
2.
Enter the
Zone
desired to be programmed (flash
ing) by using the INCREASE or
DECREASE keys to scroll to the desire
d Zone, and then pr
ess the ENTER key.
3.
Enter the remaining data (from the choices in the sequence shown below) for the
Zone being programmed by similarly us
ing the INCREASE or DECREASE keys to
scroll to the desired setting, and then pressing the ENTER key.
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Note:
Sensor types (“Red”, “Blue” or plain °F or °C) refer to the Zone programming
required for the type of sensor used:

settings are used for current-version thermistor temperature sensor
s
TEMP-H-S
and
TEMP-H-W
.

settings are use
d
for current-version thermistor temperature sensor
s
TEMP-L-S
and
TEMP-L-W
.

Plain
or
settings are used for installations where earlier-version tem-
perature sensors (
Model numbers TA-S-D, TA-S-H, TA-S-L
) are
already in place.
For new installation
s, it is recommended that the RED
and BLUE thermistor temperature sensors listed above be used.
Refer to “Accessories” on page 44
for detailed information, if required.
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Note:
If a Zone is not to be used, set the
Zone to Disabled (
). If an unconnected
Zone is not disabled, nuisance alarms may occur. Proceed to step 1 above to
program other Zones.
Note:
All sensor selections (other than Disabled) require that the Zone be properly
connected to the sensor type entered during programming.
Note:
The sequencing sh
own here assumes using
the INCREASE KEY to scroll
through the choices. The opposite sequence occurs using the DECREASE
key.
4.
Depending on the monitoring function selected above, proceed as follows:

If
Temperature
function ( ) or
Humidity
function ( ) was selected, go to
step 5.

If
Water Detection
function ( ) was selected, go to step 8.
5.
When the display shown below appears, enter the
High
limit desired to be
programmed (flashing) by using the INCREASE or DECREASE
keys to scroll to the
desired value, then press the ENTER key.
6.
Enter the
Low
limit desired to be
programmed (flash
ing) by using the INCREASE or
DECREASE keys to scroll to the desired
value, and then press the ENTER key.
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7.
When the Delay Time ( ) icon appears, if desired enter a
Delay Time
(in minutes)
to be programmed (flashi
ng) by using the INCREASE or DECREASE keys to scroll
to the desired value, and then press the ENTER key. (Refer to
Delay Time Entry

Mode
icon in Display and Icons for more information about delay function.)
If delay is not desired, set to “0”,
press the ENTER key, and proceed.
8.
When the icon appears, select ENERGIZE or DE-ENERGIZE by using the
INCREASE or DECREASE keys to toggle to t
he desired setting, then press the
ENTER key. (Refer to
Alarm Output Relay Mode
icon in Display and Icons for
more information about relay modes.)
9.
At this point, programming for the Zone is complete. The display now shows the
entered limits (if applicable) and settings, along with the current monitored
parameter (if applicable).
10.
Repeat steps 1 through 9 for other Zones.
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Offset Adjustment
If desired, offset allows the temperature or humidity reading for the selected Zone to be
offset by a value that correlates the readi
ng displayed on the EA200 / EA400 with that of
existing equipment.
Note:
Allow a minimum of 15 minutes for temperature being monitored to
stabilize before making offset adjustments.
Enter an offset as follows:
1.
Press the OFFSET key. The
icon appears.
2.
The flashing digit indicates the Zone at wh
ich the offset is to be applied. Use the
INCREASE or DECREASE keys to select the
desired Zone, and
then press the
ENTER key.
3.
The flashing digit now indicates th
e offset value. Use the INCREASE or
DECREASE keys to select the desired offset
value (±9 units rang
e), and then press
the ENTER key.
The measured value added with the offset value is now displayed. (For example, if a
baseline measurement was 77 °F and an offset of –5° F was applied, the EA200 /
EA400 would now display 72 °F.)
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Changing Programming for
a Previously Programmed Zone
A Zone can be re-programmed as desired at any time. Press the ZONE key and perform
Zone programming as described in Programming the Zones.
Locking the Program Settings
The EA200 / EA400 can be locked after programming. Lock the EA200 / EA400 as
follows:
1.
Simultaneously press and release the ALARM SILENCE and ENTER keys. The
(Locked) icon appears.
2.
If desired, unlock by repeating the above step.
Using the EA200 / EA400 to
Monitor Environmental
Conditions
When programmed and powered-up, the EA200 / EA400 provides a display of data
corresponding to all active Zones (running display). If more than one Zone is active, the
display cycles through and pauses on each Zone for approximately 5 seconds.
To immediately access a reading for a Zone, or to go back to a particular Zone, use the
INCREASE or DECREASE keys.
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Normal (Non-Alarm) Mode Display
An example of a running display for a Zone programmed to monitor temperature is
shown below.
In general, normal non-alarm indication for any mode shows:
„
The measured data pertaining to the Zone.
„
No flashing data.
„
No
(Alarm) icon.
Alarm Mode Displays
An example of a
Alarm Display
is shown below.
In the example shown below, the HIGH lim
it of 88° F has been exceeded by the
displayed 100° F ambient reading, thereby resulting in an alarm.
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An alarm indication for any mode is shown by:
„
Flashing data corresponding to the Zone where the alarm is occurring.
„
An
(Alarm) icon will flash during an alarm,
and is solid if time
delay is activated.
When time delay expires, icon will flash
indicating an outp
ut relay has been
activated for the Zone in alarm.
To silence the auxiliary for 10 minu
tes, press the ALARM SILENCE key.
Note:
Even if an alarm is silenced, the alarm display for the Zone is still displayed
until the alarm condition is corrected.
Note:
If an alarm cannot be promptly correc
ted, and you wish to avoid repeated
alarms for the Zone, the Zone should be removed from service by setting the
Zone to Disabled (
). Refer to Programming the Zones.
Viewing Alarm History
The Alarm History function stores up to
8 alarm events. View the alarm history as
follows:
1.
Press the ALARM HISTORY key. The display shows the most recent stored alarm
alternately toggling between:

Time of alarm occurrence, Zone number, and limit exceeded.

Date of alarm occurrence, Zone number, and limit exceeded.
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2.
Press the DECREASE key to go to the next stored alarm. The next alarm is
displayed as described in step 1.
3.
Press ALARM HISTORY to go back to the normal display.
4.
Clear the alarm history by pressing and holding the ALARM HISTORY key until
(Clear) is displayed, then release the key.
Troubleshooting
Operating or setup errors are displayed by
flashing data on the display. Often, a
programming error will also result in an alarm for the mi
s-programmed Zone.
The table below shows and describes common error displays, along with corrective
action.
Troubleshooting
Error Display
Cause
Corrective Action
Flashing Zone digit and
flashing temperature read-
ing of “–50° C” or “–58° F”.
• Open connection between
sensor and EA200 / EA400
SENSOR IN connections.
• Bare wire end not properly
inserted into Terminal Block
Adapter.
• Defective sensor.
• Check connections. Make sure
any splices are OK. Make sure
Terminal Block Adapter is properly
connected to EA200 / EA400
header connector pins.
• Replace sensor as required.
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Flashing Zone digit and
flashing temperature read-
ing of “150° C” or “299° F”.
• Shorted connection between
sensor and EA200 / EA400
SENSOR IN connections.
• Defective sensor.
• Check connections. Make sure
any splices are OK.
• Try Zone with another sensor.
Replace sensor as required.
Excessive, obviously incor-
rect temperature reading
(for example, “32° F” dis-
played for nominal actual
temperature of 80° F).
Wrong programming used for
sensor type used.
Make certain programming matches
sensor type used. (For example, if
type “Red” sensor is used, make cer-
tain Zone is set for RED °F or RED
°C.)
ERR displayed
EA200 / EA400 internal
calibration error
Contact Winland Technical Service
at 1-800-635-4269.
Troubleshooting — continued
Error Display
Cause
Corrective Action
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Accessories
Note:
In the table below, “Sensor Type Setting” specifies the appropriate sensor type
selection to be entered during Zone programming for the sensor type listed.
Where an accessory does not pertain to sensor type, this is denoted by “N/A”
(not applicable).
Accessories
Item
(
Model Number
)
Description
Sensor Type Setting
Temperature Sensors
Note:
Although compatible with the EA200 / EA400, earlier-version temperature sensors (
Model
Numbers
TA-S-D, TA-S-H, TA-S-L
) are
not
recommended for
new installations.
Note:
° C or ° F measurement is a function of EA200
/ EA400 programming. Temperature sensors can be
used equally for ° C or ° F measurement/monitoring.
Thermistor Low-Temp
(“Blue”) Sensor
(
TEMP-L-S
)
–50° C to 70° C (–58° F to 158° F)
For use in coolers and freezers.
Accuracy: +/-2°F

or

setting
Thermistor High-Temp
(“Red”) Sensor
(
TEMP-H-S
)
0° C to 150° C (32° F to 299° F)
Accuracy: +/-2°F

or

setting
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Waterproof Thermistor
Low-Temp (“Blue”)
Sensor
(
TEMP-L-W
)
–50° C to 70° C (–58° F to 158° F)
Accuracy: +/-2°F

or

setting
Waterproof Thermistor
High-Temp (“Red”)
Sensor
(
TEMP-H-W
)
0° C to
105
° C (32° F to
221
° F)
Accuracy: +/-2°F

or

setting
Other Sensors
Humidity Sensor
“Humid-Alert”
(
HA-III+
)
5% to 9
5% RH humid
ity monitoring
module.
Humidity

setting
Supervised Water
Sensor
(
W-S-S
)
Monitoring for presence of water.
Water Detection

setting
Supervised
Under-Carpet
Water Sensor
(
W-UC-S
)
Monitoring for presence of water.
Water Detection

setting
Accessories — continued
Item
(
Model Number
)
Description
Sensor Type Setting
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Other Accessories
Audible Alarm
Module
(
BZ-1
)
Buzzer that can be connected to
auxiliary rela
y output to provide audi-
ble alert of alarm (1.5 to 24VDC).
N/A
3-piece Terminal Block
Adapter Kit
(
EA-TBK
)
Adapts
stripped wire ends to the
header connector pins on EA200 /
EA400 printed circuit board.
N/A
12VDC Power Supply
(United States)
(
12VDCT
)
Regulated 110 VAC to 12 VDC @
300
mA (minimum) transformer suit-
able for use with EA200-12 /
EA400-12 (for North America only).
N/A
12VDC Power Supply
(Europe)
(PN L-020-0085)
Regulated, Universal Input (90 to
264VAC) to 12VDC suitable for use
with EA200-12 / EA400-12 (for Europe
only).
N/A
24VDC Power Supply
(Europe)
(PN L-020-0087)
Regulated, Universal Input (90 to
264VAC) to 24VDC suitable for use
with EA200-24 / EA400-24 (for Europe
only).
N/A
Accessories — continued
Item
(
Model Number
)
Description
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Specifications
Specifications
Item
EA200
EA400
Dimensions
Approximately 122 mm x 152 mm x 30.5 mm
(4.8” H x 6.0” W x 1.2” D)
Weight
0.25 kg (0.55 lb.)
0.27 kg (0.6 lb.)
Mounting
Mountable directly to 2-gang standard electrical enclosure using
pre-drilled holes on EA200 / EA400 rear case. Can be mounted
to drywall or similar surfaces us
ing anchor screws (not included).
Case Material
ABS, UL94V-0 rated
Input (Operating) Voltage
Power source must furnish REGULATED 11 to 14VDC
(EA200-12 and EA400-12) or 23 to 26VDC (EA200-24 and
EA400-24). Power can be supplied using a REGULATED
AC/DC adapter (not supplied; see “Accessories” on page 44), or
connect directly to a REGULA
TED DC power supply from an
alarm panel.
Note:
Power supply requirement
does not include additional
requirements for loads switched through alarm output relays
where power is derived from EA200 or EA400 terminal strip con-
nections.
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Low and High Adjust Range:
• Temperature:
• Humidity:
• Water Presence:
–50°C to 150 °C
–58° F to 299° F
5 to 95% RH
No Alarm / Alarm
Note:
Usable range is also determined and may be limited by
the sensor used. See “A
ccessories” on page 44.
Zones
• (1) Temperature Zone
(using built-in temperature
sensor)
• (1) Connector for external
(wired) sensor
corresponding to Zone 2.
• Usable with Winland
temperature, humidity, or
water presence sensors
(see “Accessories” on page
44).
(4) Connectors for external
(wired) sensors correspond-
ing to Zones 1 through 4.
Usable with Winland tempera-
ture, humidity, or water pres-
ence sensors (see
“Accessories” on page 44).
Sensors
• (1) Built-in temperature
sensor; Range: 0°C to
50 °C (32° F to 122° F)
• Provision for (1) external
sensor (not supplied, see
“Accessories” on page 44).
• None included. See
“Accessories” on page 44.
Specifications — continued
Item
EA200
EA400
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Sensor Type/Connection:
• Temperature:
• Humidity:
• Water Presence:
2-wire, 18-22AWG; maximum 304 m (1000 ft.) cabling length
3-wire, 18-22AWG; maximum 304 m (1000 ft.) cabling length
2-wire, 18-22AWG; maximum 304 m (1000 ft.) cabling length
Minimum Span Between High and
Low Limits
•4° C (° F)
•4% RH
Relay Outputs
• (2) Form C with 3-terminal
NC/COM/NO connections
corresponding to Zones 1
and 2.
• (1) Form C with 3-terminal
NC/COM/NO used for Aux
Output alarm (combined
OR function of Zones 1 and
2).
• (4) Form C with 3-terminal
NC/COM/NO connections
corresponding to Zones 1
through 4.
• (1) Form C with 3-terminal
NC/COM/NO used for Aux
Output alarm (combined OR
function of Zones 1 through
4).
Relay Contact Ratings
1 A at 30 VDC
Relay Logic
User configurable for:
• Alarm= energized coil, or
• Alarm= de-energized coil
Each zone individually configurable.
Display
Multiple icon Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
Specifications — continued
Item
EA200
EA400
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Device Environmental Operating
Range:
• Humidity:
• Temperature, Operating:
• Ambient Environmental Quality:
5 to 95% RH, non-condensing
0°C to 50°C (32° F to 122° F). Not for installation inside of
coolers or freezers.
Indoor use intended, non-corrosive environment
Conformity Certifications
See page 52
Warranty
One (1) Year Limited Warranty. See Warranty and Service Infor-
mation.
Specifications — continued
Item
EA200
EA400
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Warranty and Service Information
Winland Electronics, Inc. (“Winland”) warrants to
the end user/purchaser t
hat each product of its
manufacture shall be free from defects in materi
al and factory workmanship for a period of one
year from the date of purchase, when properly
installed and operated under normal conditions
according to Winland’s instruction.
Winland’s obligation under this warranty is limited
to correcting, without charge, at its factory any
part or parts thereof which shall be returned to the factory, by the original purchaser, transportation
charges prepaid, within one year of the date
of purchase and which up
on examination, shall
disclose to Winland’s satisfaction to have been orig
inally defective. Correction of such defects by
repair to, or supplying replacements for, defective parts shall constitute fulfillment of all Winland’s
obligations to purchaser under this limited warr
anty. Repair service performed by Winland after
one year from date of purchase will
be for a reasonable service charge.
This limited warranty shall not apply to any of Winland’s products which have been subject to
misuse, negligence or accident or which have been repaired or altered outside of Winland’s
factory. The warranty is void if the Product’s housing or cover is removed.
Winland shall not be liable for loss, damage or exp
ense resulting, directly or indirectly, from the
use of its products or any other cause.
THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WA
RRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS
FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSES, NON-INFRINGE
MENT AND TITLE, AND ANY WARRANTIES
ARISING FROM COURSE OF DEALING, USAG
E OF TRADE OR OTHERWISE. ALL OTHER
REPRESENTATIONS MADE TO THE END USER/PURCHASER BY ANY OTHER PARTY ARE
ALSO EXCLUDED.
WINLAND SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO ANY PER
SON FOR INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY DESCRIPTION, WHETHER ARISING OUT OF
WARRANTY OR OTHER CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORT, OR OTHERWISE.
Under no circumstances shall Winland’s liability under this limited warranty exceed the purchase
price paid by the end user
/purchaser for the product.
No person, agent or dealer is authorized to give wa
rranties on behalf of Winland nor to assume for
Winland any other liability in conn
ection with any of its products.
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WEEE Product Recovery/Recy
cling for EU Customers
In an effort to improve waste management in the European Union, the European Union has enacted directive
2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equi
pment (WEEE Directive). According to the WEEE
Directive, Winland Electronics must take back waste
electrical or electronic equipment covered under the
WEEE Directive, at its cost, for all product it puts on the market after July 1, 2006.
The Return Process:
Contact Winland via our website at www.winland.com and go to the WEEE link on the
home page.
To request additional information regar
ding Winland’s RoHS and WEEE compliance initiative and how it might
impact your business, email customerservice@winland.com.
EnviroAlert Certification Info
Radio Frequency Interference Requirements:
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following tw
o conditions: (1) This devic
e may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Safety Certification:
The TUV certification combines electrical safety certification for Canada
(SCC), United States (NRTL), and Europe (EU Dire
ctives). These products were voluntarily tested
according to the relevant safety requirement
s and mentioned properties pertaining to this
certification mark. Tested according to: CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1:2004; UL 61010-1:2004; EN
61010-1:2001.
CE Marking and European Union Compliance:
Products intended for sale within the European
Union are marked with the CE Mark, which indi
cates compliance to applicable Directives and
European Norms (EN). Amendments to these Directives or ENs are included:
Applicable Directives
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC; Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC; RoHS Directive
2002/95/EC; WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
Applicable Standards
Safety: CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1:2004; UL 61010-1:2004; EN 61010-1:2001
Statement of Compliance
Winland Electronics, Inc. hereby declares
that this device is in compliance wi
th all the applicable Directives,
89/336/EEC, 73/23/EEC. A Declaration of Conformity may be obtained from http://www.winland.com/doc/
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WEEE Product Recovery/Recy
cling for EU Customers
In an effort to improve waste management in the European Union, the European Union has enacted directive
2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equi
pment (WEEE Directive). According to the WEEE
Directive, Winland Electronics must take back waste
electrical or electronic equipment covered under the
WEEE Directive, at its cost, for all product it puts on the market after July 1, 2006.
The Return Process:
Contact Winland via our website at www.winland.com and go to the WEEE link on the
home page.
To request additional information regar
ding Winland’s RoHS and WEEE compliance initiative and how it might
impact your business, email customerservice@winland.com.
EnviroAlert Certification Info
Radio Frequency Interference Requirements:
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following tw
o conditions: (1) This devic
e may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Safety Certification:
The TUV certification combines electrical safety certification for Canada
(SCC), United States (NRTL), and Europe (EU Dire
ctives). These products were voluntarily tested
according to the relevant safety requirement
s and mentioned properties pertaining to this
certification mark. Tested according to: CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1:2004; UL 61010-1:2004; EN
61010-1:2001.
CE Marking and European Union Compliance:
Products intended for sale within the European
Union are marked with the CE Mark, which indi
cates compliance to applicable Directives and
European Norms (EN). Amendments to these Directives or ENs are included:
Applicable Directives
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC; Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC; RoHS Directive
2002/95/EC; WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
Applicable Standards
Safety: CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1:2004; UL 61010-1:2004; EN 61010-1:2001
Statement of Compliance
Winland Electronics, Inc. hereby declares
that this device is in compliance wi
th all the applicable Directives,
89/336/EEC, 73/23/EEC. A Declaration of Conformity may be obtained from http://www.winland.com/doc/
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Winland Electronics
1950 Excel Drive, Mankato, MN, 56001
Outside MN Phone: 1-800-635-4269
Phone: 507-625-7231
Fax: 507-387-2488
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