The Fireye ED510 2 LINE X 16 CHARACTER BACKLIT LCD W/KEYPAD
The ED510 Display Module is designed to operate with the FLAME-MONITOR Burner Management Control System using the EP and EPD style (remote mount only for EPD style) programmer modules as well as the MicroM series of controls. The ED510 display module provides the following features and capabilities:
- Two (2) line by sixteen (16) character backlit LCD display.
- Continuous display of current burner operating status, including first out annunciation in the event of a lockout condition.
- Three (3) key, tactile dome keypad to provide historical information of the burner, last six (6) lockout conditions (with burner cycle and burner hour time stamp), assign messages associated with the operation of the E300 expansion module, and diagnostic messages.
- Design mounts directly onto the front face of the EP style programmers.
- RJ style connector for connection to the EP and EPD programmer.
- Remote display capability with the EP and EPD style programmers and MicroM system using standard DIN sized opening and remote mounting kit. Refer to Bulletin E-8002.
- Weather proof housing (NEMA 4 using remote mounting kit 129-145-1, -2).
The ED510 display mounts directly onto the front of the EP style programmers. The ED510 can be mounted onto the programmer when the programmer is either installed in the EB700 chassis or not.
- Remove power from the EB700 chassis if the programmer is installed in the chassis.
- Slide the bottom of the ED510 chassis onto the two (2) mounting tabs on the face of the EP style programmer.
- Tilt the ED510 display towards the cover until the mounting tab on top of the ED510 display snaps into position into the opening on the face of the EP programmer.
- Install the ED580 cable (provided) into the RJ style connectors on both the ED510 display and EP style programmers.
- Insert the EP style programmer and ED510 display into the second slot on the EB700 chassis (marked “Programmer Module”) and restore power.
For information on how to mount the ED510 display remotely for the EP, EPD style programmers and MicroM systems, refer to Bulletin E-8002.