SR Mini HG SYSTEM
High-performance Multi-point
Control System
SR Mini HG SYSTEM
Hardware
Instruction Manual
®
RKC INSTRUMENT INC.
IMSRM15-E6
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WARNING
To prevent injury to persons, damage to instrument and equipment, a
suitable external protection device shall be required.
All wiring must be completed before power is turned on to prevent electric
shock, fire or damage to instrument and equipment.
This instrument must be used in accordance with the specifications to
prevent fire or damage to instrument and equipment.
This instrument is not intended for use in locations subject to flammable or
explosive gases.
Do not touch high-voltage connections such as power supply terminals, etc.
to avoid electric shock.
RKC is not responsible if this instrument is repaired, modified or
disassembled by other than factory-approved personnel. Malfunction can
occur and warranty is void under these conditions.
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CAUTION
This product is intended for use with industrial machines, test and measuring equipment.
(It is not designed for use with medical equipment and nuclear energy.)
This is a Class A instrument. In a domestic environment, this instrument may cause radio
interference, in which case the user may be required to take additional measures.
This instrument is protected from electric shock by reinforced insulation. Provide reinforced
insulation between the wire for the input signal and the wires for instrument power supply, source
of power and loads.
Be sure to provide an appropriate surge control circuit respectively for the following:
- If input/output or signal lines within the building are longer than 30 meters.
- If input/output or signal lines leave the building, regardless the length.
This instrument is designed for installation in an enclosed instrumentation panel. All high-voltage
connections such as power supply terminals must be enclosed in the instrumentation panel to
avoid electric shock by operating personnel.
All precautions described in this manual should be taken to avoid damage to the instrument or
equipment.
All wiring must be in accordance with local codes and regulations.
All wiring must be completed before power is turned on to prevent electric shock, instrument failure,
or incorrect action.
The power must be turned off before repairing work for input break and output failure including
replacement of sensor, contactor or SSR, and all wiring must be completed before power is turned
on again.
To prevent instrument damage as a result of failure, protect the power line and the input/output
lines from high currents with a suitable overcurrent protection device with adequate breaking
capacity such as fuse, circuit breaker, etc.
Prevent metal fragments or lead wire scraps from falling inside instrument case to avoid electric
shock, fire or malfunction.
Tighten each terminal screw to the specified torque found in the manual to avoid electric shock, fire
or malfunction.
For proper operation of this instrument, provide adequate ventilation for heat dispensation.
Do not connect wires to unused terminals as this will interfere with proper operation of the
instrument.
Turn off the power supply before cleaning the instrument.
Do not use a volatile solvent such as paint thinner to clean the instrument. Deformation or
discoloration will occur. Use a soft, dry cloth to remove stains from the instrument.
To avoid damage to instrument display, do not rub with an abrasive material or push front panel
with a hard object.
Do not connect modular connectors to telephone line.
When high alarm with hold action/re-hold action is used for Alarm function, alarm does not turn on
while hold action is in operation. Take measures to prevent overheating which may occur if the
control device fails.
NOTICE
This manual assumes that the reader has a fundamental knowledge of the principles of electricity, process
control, computer technology and communications.
The figures, diagrams and numeric values used in this manual are only for purpose of illustration.
RKC is not responsible for any damage or injury that is caused as a result of using this instrument, instrument
failure or indirect damage.
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this instrument.
Periodic maintenance is required for safe and proper operation of this instrument. Some components have a
limited service life, or characteristics that change over time.
Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy of all information contained herein. RKC makes no warranty
expressed or implied, with respect to the accuracy of the information. The information in this manual is
subject to change without prior notice.
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CONTENTS
Page
1. OUTLINE ............................................................................... 1
1.1 Handling Procedures ...................................................................................... 1
1.2 Checking the Product ..................................................................................... 2
1.3 Confirmation of the Model Code ..................................................................... 3
2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION .............................................. 21
2.1 Basic Configuration ....................................................................................... 21
2.2 Precautions for System Configuration .......................................................... 23
3. DESCRIPTION OF EACH MODULES ................................ 28
3.1 Basic Configuration ....................................................................................... 28
3.2 Common Item of Module .............................................................................. 29
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
H-PCP Module .............................................................................................. 36
H-TIO Module ............................................................................................... 44
H-TI Module .................................................................................................. 56
H-CIO Module ............................................................................................... 58
H-CT Module ................................................................................................ 65
H-DI Module.................................................................................................. 67
H-DO Module ................................................................................................ 70
3.10 H-AI Module ................................................................................................ 80
3.11 H-AO Module .............................................................................................. 83
4. MOUNTING ......................................................................... 87
4.1 Mounting Cautions ......................................................................................... 87
4.2 Mounting Position Within Panel ..................................................................... 88
4.3 Dimensions .................................................................................................... 90
4.4 Mounting the Mother Block ............................................................................ 91
4.5 Mounting the Module Mainframe ................................................................... 93
4.6 Fixing of the Control Unit (For DIN Rail Mounting) ........................................ 94
4.7 Removing the Module Mainframe .................................................................. 94
4.8 Terminal Covers ............................................................................................ 95
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5. WIRING ............................................................................... 96
5.1 Wiring Precautions ........................................................................................ 96
5.2 Wiring of Each Modules ................................................................................ 98
6. IN CASE OF TROUBLE ................................................... 100
6.1 Troubleshooting .......................................................................................... 100
6.2 Replacement Method .................................................................................. 107
7. FUNCTIONS...................................................................... 110
7.1 Inputs .......................................................................................................... 110
7.2 Settings ....................................................................................................... 112
7.3 Controls ...................................................................................................... 113
7.4 Alarms ........................................................................................................ 119
7.5 Contact Inputs............................................................................................. 126
8. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................ 128
8.1 H-PCP Module............................................................................................. 128
8.2 H-TIO Module .............................................................................................. 132
8.3 H-TI Module ................................................................................................. 148
8.4 H-CIO Module.............................................................................................. 150
8.5 H-CT Module ............................................................................................... 158
8.6 H-DI Module ................................................................................................ 159
8.7 H-DO Module............................................................................................... 162
8.8 H-AI Module................................................................................................. 168
8.9 H-AO Module ............................................................................................... 170
8.10 Common Specifications ............................................................................. 172
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This manual describes the specifications, hardware of the SR Mini HG SYSTEM control unit
(H-PCP-A/B module *, Function modules).
* When it used the H-PCP-G/H/J (Power supply/CPU module), refer to each instruction manual.
Refer to this manual only about description of the function module.
1.1 Handling Procedures
For proper operation of your new instrument, follow the procedures and precautions listed below.
Confirmation of
the Products
Refer to 1.2 Checking the Product (P. 2)
Confirmation of
the Model Code
Refer to 1.3 Confirmation of the Model Code (P. 3)
Mounting and Wiring
When the operation panel is . . .
Used
Refer to 3. DESCRIPTION OF EACH MODULES (P. 28)
Refer to 4. MOUNTING (P. 87)
Refer to 5. WIRING (P. 96)
Not used
Generation of the host
communications program
Refer to Communication Instruction
Manual (IMSRM09-E )
Setting of all data
Refer to Operation Panel
Instruction Manual
Operation
Refer to Operation Panel
Instruction Manual
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Setting of all data
Refer to Communication Instruction
Manual (IMSRM09-E )
Operation
Conduct operation according to the operating
procedure of equipment on which this product
is mounted.
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1.2 Checking the Product
When unpacking your new instrument, please confirm that the following products are included. If any
of the products are missing, damaged, or if your manual is incomplete, contact your nearest RKC sales
office or agent for replacement.
H-PCP-A/B module (Power supply/CPU module) .... 1 module
H-PCP-A/B module is included in control unit.
One H-PCP-A/B module (power supply/CPU module) is required for each control unit.
Function modules .... Required number of modules
Function module is included in control unit.
DIN rail holding clips .... Two clips per unit
Hardware Quick Manual (IMS01V01-E
) .... 1 copy
Communication Quick Manual (IMS01V02-E ) .... 1 copy
Modules for the SR Mini HG SYSTEM cannot be mixed with those for the SR Mini
SYSTEM.
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1.3 Confirmation of the Model Code
The model code for the instrument you received is listed below. Please confirm that you have received
the correct instrument by checking the model code label, located on the left side of the module, with
this list. If the product you received is not the one ordered, please contact RKC sales office or the
agent.
Model code
label
Model code
label
H-PCP module
Single type function module
Serial number
column
MODEL
NO.
SUPPLY
SYSTEM NO.
UNIT NO.
RKC INSTRUMENT INC.MADE IN JAPAN
Model code label
If the product conforming to CE/UL/cUL (or CSA) is selected, “/CE” is entered in the serial
number column.
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H-PCP module (Power/CPU module) model code
H-PCP-
(1)
N(2) (3) (4)
(5)
(6)
(1) Type
A: DO 4 points type
B: DO 2 points type with DI function
(2) Power supply voltage
1: 100 to 120 V AC
2: 200 to 240 V AC
3: 24 V DC
(7)
(5) DO signal
M: Relay contact output
D: Open collector output
(6) First alarm function *
N: No alarm function
: Refer to Alarm code table
(7) Second alarm function *
(3) Communication interface
1: RS-232C
4: RS-422A
N: No alarm function
: Refer to Alarm code table
* It is alarm function of H-TIO-
module,
H-CIO-A module.
(4) External connector
N: No function
Alarm code table
A:
C:
E:
G:
J:
L:
Deviation High
Deviation High and Low
Deviation High (with alarm hold)
Deviation High and Low (with alarm hold)
Process Low
Process Low (with alarm hold)
A special alarm function
Q: Deviation High (with alarm re-hold)
T: Deviation High and Low (with alarm re-hold)
B: Deviation Low
D: Deviation Band
F: Deviation Low (with alarm hold)
H: Process High
K: Process High (with alarm hold)
R: Deviation Low (with alarm re-hold)
The selected function will be common for all the modules with alarm functions in the control
unit.
For the H-PCP module with the ladder communication, special specification code “Z-190”
must be specified at the end of the model code. The H-TIO-K, H-CIO-A, H-DI-B and
H-DO-C module cannot be used to the H-PCP-A/B module with the specification of ladder
communication.
When the communication interface of H-PCP module is RS-232C, only one control unit can
be connected.
For the H-PCP-A module with the Modbus communication, special specification code
“Z-1021” must be specified at the end of the model code. The H-TIO-K, H-TI-A/B/C,
H-CIO-A, H-DI-A/B, H-DO-A/B/C/D, H-AI-A/B and H-AO-A/B module cannot be used to
the H-PCP-A module with the specification of Modbus communication.
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For the H-PCP-A module with the MEMOBUS communication, special specification code
“Z-1001” must be specified at the end of the model code. The H-TIO-K, H-CIO-A,
H-DI-A/B, H-DO-A/B/C/D, H-AI-A/B and H-AO-A/B module cannot be used to the
H-PCP-A module with the specification of MEMOBUS communication.
For the contents of the DO, four functions can be selected out of the six functions; first alarm,
second alarm, heater break alarm, burnout alarm, temperature rise completion and loop break
alarm. For details on the DO Allocation, refer to the following Initial Code.
Initial Code
-
(1) (2) (3) (4)
(5) (6)
(7) (8)
(1) Digital output 1 (DO1)
N: Unused
: Refer to DO allocation code table
(2) Digital output 2 (DO2)
N: Unused
: Refer to DO allocation code table
(3) Digital output 3 (DO3)
N: Unused
: Refer to DO allocation code table
(4) Digital output 4 (DO4)
N: Unused
: Refer to DO allocation code table
DO allocation code table
1: Temperature alarm 1
2: Temperature alarm 2
3: Heater break alarm
4: Burnout alarm
5: Temperature rise completion
6: AI alarm 1
7: AI alarm 2
8: Loop break alarm
(TI alarm output is common
with temperature alarm output)
(5) TI alarm 1
N: No alarm function
: Refer to TI, AI alarm code table
(6) TI alarm 2
N: No alarm function
: Refer to TI, AI alarm code table
(7) AI alarm 1
N: No alarm function
: Refer to TI, AI alarm code table
(8) AI alarm 2
N: No alarm function
: Refer to TI, AI alarm code table
TI, AI alarm code table
H: Process high alarm
J: Process low alarm
K: Process high alarm (with alarm hold)
L: Process high alarm (with alarm hold)
For DO1 to DO4, specify different code numbers other than “N.”
For type B, only DO1 or DO2 can be selected. For DO3 or DO4, set “N.”
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H-TIO module (Temperature control module) model code
1 channel control type
H-TIO-
(1)
(2) (3) (4)
(5) (6)
(1) Type
(7) (8)
(5) Control output (Heat-side)
A: 1 channel type (Temperature input)
C: 1 channel heat/cool type (Temperature input)
E: 1 channel type
(High accuracy temperature input)
G: 1 channel heat/cool type
(High accuracy temperature input)
H: 1 channel type
(Voltage/Current input)
R: 1 channel fuzzy control type
(High accuracy temperature input)
(6)
(2) Control action
A: ON/OFF control (Reverse action) 1
C: ON/OFF control (Direct action) 1
F: PID control with autotuning function
(Reverse action)
D: PID control with autotuning function
(Direct action)
B: Heat/Cool PID control with autotuning
function (Air cooling) 2
W: Heat/Cool PID control with autotuning
function (Water cooling) 2
(3) Input type
: Refer to Input range table (P. 14)
M: Relay contact output
V: Voltage pulse output
D: Open collector output
T: Triac output
: Current output
(Refer to Output code table)
: Voltage output
(Refer to Output code table)
Control output (Cool-side) 3
None: No function
M: Relay contact output
V: Voltage pulse output
D: Open collector output
T: Triac output
: Current output
(Refer to Output code table)
: Voltage output
(Refer to Output code table)
(7) Alarm output 4
N:
1:
2:
3:
4:
No function
First alarm output 5
Second alarm output 5
Heater break alarm output 6
Loop break alarm output 7
(4) Range
: Refer to Input range table (P. 14)
(8) Current transformer input 8
N: No function
P: CT input: CTL-6-P-N
S: CT input: CTL-12-S56-10L-N
Output code table
3: 0 to 1 V DC
7: 0 to 20 mA DC
6
4: 0 to 5 V DC
8: 4 to 20 mA DC
5: 0 to 10 V DC
9: Others
6: 1 to 5 V DC
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Only possible to select for type A, E and H.
Only possible to select for type C and G.
Both heat-side and cool-side outputs can be selected by using the Heat/Cool control type (C, G).
For other types, “No function” is selected for cool-side control output, and only heat-side control
output can be selected.
Output type is relay contact output.
Only possible to select for type A, E, H and R.
First/second alarm types are those selected by the H-PCP module.
Only possible to select for type A.
Only possible to select for type A, E and R.
Current transformer input can be designated when the input belongs to type A and C, as well as the
type of control output (heat-side) is relay contact output, voltage pulse output, open collector output,
or triac output.
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2 channel control type
H-TIO-
(1)
(2) (3) (4)
(5) (6)
(1) Type 1
(7) (8)
(5) Control output (Heat-side)
B: 2 channels type (Temperature input)
D: 2 channels heat/cool type
(Temperature input)
F: 2 channels type
(High accuracy temperature input)
J: 2 channels type
(Continuous voltage/current input)
P: 2 channels fuzzy control type
(Temperature input)
M: Relay contact output
V: Voltage pulse output
D: Open collector output
T: Triac output
: Current output
(Refer to Output code table)
: Voltage output
(Refer to Output code table)
(6) Control output (Cool-side) 4
(2) Control action
2
A: ON/OFF control (Reverse action)
C: ON/OFF control (Direct action) 2
F: PID control with autotuning function
(Reverse action)
D: PID control with autotuning function
(Direct action)
B: Heat/Cool PID control with autotuning
function (Air cooling) 3
W: Heat/Cool PID control with autotuning
function (Water cooling) 3
None: No function
M: Relay contact output
V: Voltage pulse output
D: Open collector output
T: Triac output
: Current output
(Refer to Output code table)
: Voltage output
(Refer to Output code table)
(7) Alarm output
N: No function
(3) Input type
: Refer to Input range table (P. 14)
(4) Range
: Refer to Input range table (P. 14)
(8) Current transformer input 5
N: No function
P: CT input: CTL-6-P-N
S: CT input: CTL-12-S56-10L-N
Output code table
3: 0 to 1 V DC
7: 0 to 20 mA DC
8
4: 0 to 5 V DC
8: 4 to 20 mA DC
5: 0 to 10 V DC
9: Others
6: 1 to 5 V DC
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2
3
4
5
In two channels type, the inputs, ranges and outputs should be identical.
Both inputs of H-TIO-F module are only RTD inputs.
Only possible to select for type B and F.
Only possible to select for type D.
Both heat-side and cool-side outputs can be selected by using the Heat/Cool control type (D).
For other types, “No function” is selected for cool-side control output, and only heat-side control
output can be selected.
Current transformer input can be designated when the input belongs to type D, as well as the type of
control output (heat-side) is relay contact output, voltage pulse output, open collector output, or triac
output.
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H-TIO module (Position proportioning control module) model code
H-TIO- K - Z
(1)
(2) (3) (4)
-MM
(5) (6)
(1) Type
K: 1 channel control type for control motor drive
(2) Control action
Z: PID control (position proportioning)
(3) Input type
: Refer to Input range table (P. 14)
(4) Range
: Refer to Input range table (P. 14)
(5) Control output (Open-side)
M: Relay contact output
(6) Control output (Close-side)
M: Relay contact output
The H-TIO-K module cannot be used to the H-PCP-A/B module with the specification of
ladder communication.
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H-TI module (Temperature input module) model code
H-TI-
(1)
(2) (3)
(1) Type
A: 4 channels RTD input
B: 2 channels thermocouple, RTD input (High accuracy type)
C: 4 channels thermocouple input
(2) Input type
: Refer to Input range table (P. 14)
(3) Range
: Refer to Input range table (P. 14)
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H-CIO module (Cascade control module) model code
Heat control type
H-CIO-
(1)
(2) (3) (4)
(5)
(1) Type
(6)
(5) Slave control output
A: 1 channel cascade control type
(2) Control action
F: PID control with autotuning function
(Reverse action)
D: PID control with autotuning function
(Direct action)
M: Relay contact output
V: Voltage pulse output
D: Open collector output
T: Triac output
: Current output
(Refer to Output code table)
: Voltage output
(Refer to Output code table)
(3) Input type
: Refer to Input range table (P. 14)
(4) Range
: Refer to Input range table (P. 14)
(6) Master manipulated output
(Distribution output)
None: No function
M: Relay contact output
V: Voltage pulse output
D: Open collector output
T: Triac output
: Current output
(Refer to Output code table)
: Voltage output
(Refer to Output code table)
Output code table
3: 0 to 1 V DC
7: 0 to 20 mA DC
4: 0 to 5 V DC
8: 4 to 20 mA DC
5: 0 to 10 V DC
9: Others
6: 1 to 5 V DC
For the master and slave, the input and the range become same.
The H-CIO-A module cannot be used to the H-PCP-A/B module with the specification of
ladder communication.
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Heat/Cool control type
H-CIO-
(1)
(2) (3) (4)
(5)
(1) Type
(6)
(5) Control output (Heat-side)
A: 1 channel cascade control type
(2) Control action
B: Heat/Cool PID control with autotuning
function (Air cooling)
W: Heat/Cool PID control with autotuning
function (Water cooling)
M: Relay contact output
V: Voltage pulse output
D: Open collector output
T: Triac output
: Current output
(Refer to Output code table)
: Voltage output
(Refer to Output code table)
(3) Input type
: Refer to Input range table (P. 14) *
(4) Range
: Refer to Input range table (P. 14) *
(6) Control output (Heat-side)
M: Relay contact output
V: Voltage pulse output
D: Open collector output
T: Triac output
: Current output
(Refer to Output code table)
: Voltage output
(Refer to Output code table)
* For the Heat/Cool control types (B and W), no voltage or current input can be specified.
Output code table
3: 0 to 1 V DC
7: 0 to 20 mA DC
4: 0 to 5 V DC
8: 4 to 20 mA DC
5: 0 to 10 V DC
9: Others
6: 1 to 5 V DC
For the master and slave, the input and the range become same.
The H-CIO-A module cannot be used to the H-PCP-A/B module with the specification of
ladder communication.
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Input range table
Thermocouple input (H-TIO-A/B/C/D/E/G/K/P/R, H-TI-B/C, H-CIO-A)
Code
Input type
K
Input
Range
0 to 400 C
K
02
0 to 800 C
K
0 to 1300 C
Input
Range
0.0 to 400.0 C
T
06
04
0 to 400 C
T
08
K
11
0 to 200 C
T
09
0.0 to 400.0 C
K
09
T
10
0.0 to 800.0 C
K
10
K
23
0 to 800 F
K
A1
0.0 to 700.0 F
T
A7
0.0 to 800.0 F
K
A4
0 to 700 F
T
A9
0.0 to 1300.0 C
1
0 to 2400 F
J
-300 to +400 F
B4
-300.0 to +400.0 F
-200.0 to +300.0 C
1
K
32
-100.0 to +400.0 C
2
K
36
0 to 400 C
J
02
0 to 2300 F
0 to 800 C
J
04
0.0 to 2300.0 F
0 to 1200 C
J
06
0 to 1200 C
0.0 to 400.0 C
J
08
0.0 to 800.0 C
J
09
0 to 2300 F
J
16
0.0 to 2300.0 F
0 to 1600 F
J
A2
0 to 2300 C
0.0 to 700.0 F
J
A4
0 to 2100 F
J
A5
1
PL II
W5Re/
W26Re
0.0 to 1300.0 C
0.0 to 1200.0 C
0.0 to 2300.0 C
1
1
1
1
1
T
B1
T
B3
N
02
N
05
N
A1
N
A4
A
03
A
04
A
A3
A
A5
W
03
W
04
0 to 3000 F
W
A3
J
B2
0.0 to 600.0 C
U
04
1
J
26
0 to 400 C
U
05
R
03
-200 to +200 C
U
06
R
05
0.0 to 400.0 C
R
A3
S
03
S
04
-300 to +400 F
0 to 3000 F
S
A3
0.0 to 700.0 F
0 to 1800 C
B
03
B
04
0 to 3000 F
B
0 to 1000 C
0.0 to 700.0 C
0.0 to 1700.0 C
0.0 to 1800.0 C
0.0 to 400.0 C
1
1
1
1
0.0 to 1800.0 F
14
0 to 1300 C
N
13
-200.0 to +300.0 C
1
0 to 1800 F
3
1
12
T
1
0.0 to 1000.0 C
2
1
T
0.0 to 1600.0 F
0 to 400 C
1
-200.0 to +200.0 C
A5
0 to 1700 C
E
1
K
0 to 3000 F
3
0.0 to 200.0 C
K
0 to 1700 C
B
T
1
0.0 to 1700.0 C
S
-200 to +200 C
0.0 to 2400.0 F
0.0 to 1200.0 C
R
Code
Input type
1
U
1
-200.0 to +200.0 C
1
0 to 700 F
U
03
U
09
U
A5
U
A6
U
A8
U
A9
0 to 400 C
L
01
A5
0.0 to 400.0 C
L
03
E
02
0.0 to 900.0 C
L
04
E
03
0 to 900 C
L
05
E
04
0 to 800 F
L
A1
E
07
0 to 1600 F
L
A2
1
-300.0 to +400.0 F
L
1
1
E
08
0.0 to 800.0 F
E
A3
0.0 to 1600.0 F
E
A6
1
L
A5
L
A6
The range can be specified only by H-TIO-E/G/R, H-TI-B or H-CIO-A module (high accuracy type).
The range can be specified only by H-TIO-A/B/C/D [Z-1013 specification] or H-TI-C module [Z-1013
specification].
Accuracy is not guaranteed between 0 to 399 C (0 to 799 F) for type B thermocouple input.
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RTD input (H-TIO-A/B/C/D/E/F/G/K/P/R, H-TI-A/B, H-CIO-A)
Code
Input type
JPt100
Input
P
16
0 to 400 C
P
17
-200 to +200 C
P
18
-200.0 to +200.0 C
P
21
P
22
-50.00 to +150.00 C
1
-300 to +900 F
0 to 800 F
0.0 to 800.0 F
-300.0 to +900.0 F
Pt100
Range
0.0 to 400.0 C
2
P
B4
P
B3
P
B7
P
B8
0.0 to 400.0 C
D
16
0 to 400 C
D
17
-200 to +200 C
D
18
-200.0 to +200.0 C
D
21
D
22
-50.00 to +150.00 C
1
-300 to +1200 F
D
B5
0 to 800 F
D
B4
0.0 to 800.0 F
D
B7
-300.0 to +1200.0 F 2
D
B8
1
2
The range with the resolution of 1/100 can be
specified only by H-TIO-E module.
The range can be specified only by H-TIO-F
module (high accuracy type).
Voltage input and Current input (H-TIO-H/J, H-CIO-A)
Code
Input type
Current
input *
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Range
01
0 to 10 mV DC
0.0 to 100.0 %
1
-10 to +10 mV DC
0.0 to 100.0 %
G
01
0 to 100 mV DC
0.0 to 100.0 %
2
01
01
-100 to +100 mV DC
Voltage
input *
Input
0.0 to 100.0 %
U
0 to 1 V DC
0.0 to 100.0 %
3
01
-1 to +1 V DC
0.0 to 100.0 %
W
01
0 to 5 V DC
0.0 to 100.0 %
4
01
1 to 5 V DC
0.0 to 100.0 %
6
01
-5 to +5 V DC
0.0 to 100.0 %
D
01
01
0 to 10 V DC
0.0 to 100.0 %
5
-10 to +10 V DC
0.0 to 100.0 %
V
01
0 to 20 mA DC
0.0 to 100.0 %
7
01
4 to 20 mA DC
0.0 to 100.0 %
8
01
* Display scale of the voltage and
current input can be changed.
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H-CT module (Current transformer input module) model code
H-CT-
(1)
(2)
(1) Type
A: CT input 6 points type (Each 2 points together are common)
(2) CT type
P: CTL-6-P-N is used for 0 to 30 A
S: CTL-12-S56-10L-N is used for 0 to 100 A
CT (current transformer) is sold separately.
Initial code
Specify the temperature control channels of H-TIOH-CT-A module.
-
-
module corresponding to each CT channel of
-
CT channels
CT6
CT5
CT4
CT3
CT2
CT1
Refer to Channel code table
Channel code table
Specify the temperature control channels corresponding to each CT channel.
H-TIOChannel No. Unused
Code No.
N
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
Each temperature control channel of H-TIO- module corresponding to each H-CT-A
module can be allocated by the operation panel or host communication.
The overlapping of temperature control channels is possible.
The unused channel is to be specified as “N.”
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H-DI module (Digital input module) model code
H-DI(1)
(1) Type
A: 24 V DC 8 points input type (4 points/common)
B: 24 V DC 8 points event input type (4 points/common)
The H-DI-B module cannot be used to the H-PCP-A/B module with the specification of
ladder communication.
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H-DO module (Digital output module) model code
H-DO-
(1)
(2)
(1) Type
A:
B:
C:
D:
8 points output type
4 points output type (Output signal is only relay contact output.)
8 points event output type (Output signal is only open collector output.)
16 points output type (Output signal is only open collector output.)
(2) Output signal
M: Relay contact output (Type A: 4 points/common, Type B: Independent common)
D: Open collector output (8 points/common)
The H-DO-C module cannot be used to the H-PCP-A/B module with the specification of
ladder communication.
Initial code
H-DO-A, H-DO-D
Block 2 (H-DO-A: Lower 4 points of terminal)
(H-DO-D: Lower 8 points of terminal)
Refer to DO allocation code table
Block 1 (H-DO-A: Upper 4 points of terminal)
(H-DO-D: Upper 8 points of terminal)
Refer to DO allocation code table
H-DO-B
-
DO allocation code table
N: Unused
1: Temperature alarm 1
2: Temperature alarm 2
3: Heater break alarm
4: Burnout alarm
5: AI alarm 1
6: AI alarm 2
7: Loop break alarm
N
Block 1 (All points of terminal)
Refer to DO allocation code table
Above initial code is for H-DO-A, H-DO-B and H-DO-C type module. As for the allocation
of H-DO-C type module is done by the operation panel or host computer communication.
H-TI alarm 1 and alarm 2 is output from H-DO-C module.
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H-AI module (Analog input module) model code
H-AI-
(1)
(2) (3) (4) (5)
(1) Type
A: 4 points analog input (Not insulated between input channels)
B: 2 points analog input (Insulated between input channels)
(2) AI 1 input type
: Refer to Analog input code table
(3) AI 2 input type
: Refer to Analog input code table
(4) AI 3 input type *
: Refer to Analog input code table
(5) AI 4 input type *
: Refer to Analog input code table
* The B type module is to be designated as “N” (no signal).
Analog input code table
1: 0 to 10 mV DC
5: 0 to 10 V DC
D: -5 to +5 V DC
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6: 1 to 5 V DC
V: -10 to +10 V DC
3: 0 to 1 V DC
7: 0 to 20 mA DC
W: -1 to +1 V DC
4: 0 to 5 V DC
8: 4 to 20 mA DC
9: Others
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H-AO module (Analog output module) model code
H-AO-
(1)
(2) (3) (4) (5)
(1) Type
A: 4 points analog output type (Not insulated between output channels)
B: 2 points analog output type (Insulated between output channels)
(2) AO 1 output type
: Refer to Analog output code table
(3) AO 2 output type
: Refer to Analog output code table
(4) AO 3 output type *
: Refer to Analog output code table
(5) AO 4 output type *
: Refer to Analog output code table
* The B type module is to be designated as “N” (no signal).
Analog output code table
3: 0 to 1 V DC
7: 0 to 20 mA DC
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4: 0 to 5 V DC
8: 4 to 20 mA DC
5: 0 to 10 V DC
9: Others
6: 1 to 5 V DC
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2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2.1 Basic Configuration
The basic system consists of control units containing the H-PCP-A/B module connected with the
function modules of the desired type, and the dedicated operation panel for display and setting or the
host computer.
Example 1: Connection with host computer
Host computer
H-PCP-A/B
module
Function modules (10 modules max.)
RKC communication
RS-232C
RS-422A
Control unit
Up to 16 units (RS-422A)
Example 2: Connection with RKC operation panel OPC-V06
Host computer
Operation panel OPC-V06
Modbus
RS-232C
RS-485
H-PCP-A/B
module
Function modules (10 modules max.)
RKC communication
RS-485*
Up to 16 units
(RS-485*)
Control unit
* The communication interface for control unit (H-PCP-A/B) is RS-422A.
The communication interface is converted RS-422A to RS-485 by connecting modular
connector for terminal.
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Example 3: Connection with RKC operation panel OPC-V07
Host computer
Operation panel OPC-V07
Modbus
Printer
RS-232C
RS-485
H-PCP-A/B
module
PLC communication
1
interface
RS-485
Function modules (10 modules max.)
2
RKC communication
PLC
Control unit
Up to 16 units (RS-485 2)
1
When connecting a programmable controller (PLC), it is necessary to make the
programmable controller settings, monitor screens, etc. with the panel editor V-SFT.
For the panel editor V-SFT, please contact RKC sales office or the agent.
2
The communication interface for control unit (H-PCP-A/B) is RS-422A.
The communication interface is converted RS-422A to RS-485 by connecting modular
connector for terminal.
Example 4: Connection with PLC via ladder communication and with other
manufacturer's display panel
Other manufacturer's display panel
RS-232C
RS-485
RS-422A
PLC
RS-232C
RS-422A
Ladder communication
method
(Non-protocol type)
Up to 16 units
(RS-422A)
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H-PCP-A/B
module
Function modules (10 modules max.)
Control unit
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2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2.2 Precautions for System Configuration
CAUTIONS
If you add or delete a function module, or change the arrangement of the modules, or replace a
module with a different model, be sure to perform “Module initialization (identifier CL)”
before setting the data.
“Module initialization” stores the new module configuration in the H-PCP module.
If data is set before “Module initialization” is performed, the H-PCP module will set the
previously stored initial data of the old modules in the new modules, which may cause
malfunction.
For details on how to initialize the module, Refer to SR Mini/SR Mini HG SYSTEM
Supplementary Information Initialize Settings [Extended Communications]
(IMSRM07-E ).
The above manual can be downloaded from the official RKC website:
http://www.rkcinst.com/english/manual_load.htm
When configuring or extending the system, observe the following precautions.
The maximum number of function modules that can be connected to one control unit is 10,
excluding the H-PCP module. However, if any specific module is mounted together with these
function modules in the control unit, the maximum number of function modules mounted becomes
less than 10.
H-PCP module
Function modules
10 modules max.
One H-TIO-D and
H-CIO-A corresponds
to two function
modules.
As the mounting position of the H-PCP module is fixed to be on the left hand end of the function
modules. There is no priority order of function module connection to the H-PCP module. For
example, if the operation panel is used, the measured and set values can be easily checked from
screen configuration with each module connected as follows. The assigned channel position can also
be easily checked.
H-PCP
(Fixed)
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H-CIO
H-TIO
H-CT H-DO H-DI H-AO H-AI H-TI
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Module channel numbers are automatically assigned from the left in order for each type of module.
2 channels heat/cool type
(Double type)
H-PCP
H-TIO-D
OUT1 OUT2
Heat
Heat
Cool
Cool
2 channels type
HHTIO-B TIO-A
OUT3 OUT5
1 channel type
H-AI-B
H-AO-B
AI1
AI3
AO1
OUT4
IN3
IN1
Channel No.
IN2
CH1 CH2
IN4
IN5
AI2
AI4
AO2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH1
CH2
Temperature control module
Assign CT inputs and H-DO module alarm
outputs within the same control unit.
(Because all control inputs and outputs must be
closed within the same control unit.)
Analog input
module
Analog output
module
If two or more control units are multi-drop
connected, the communication specification of all
H-PCP modules must be RS-422A.
RS-422A
Input A
CT input B: Heater break alarm output
RS-422A
When the host computer connected:
Up to 16 control unit
When the operation panel is connected:
OPM, OPM-H, OPC, OPC-H: Up to 8 control unit
OPC-V06, OPC-V07:
Up to 16 control unit
CT input B
Input A: Alarm output
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Total power consumption of control units shall not exceed the maximum power consumption of
H-PCP module on the power supply side.
Maximum power consumption of H-PCP module
CE/UL/cUL (or CSA) approved instrument:
H-PCP module
100 to 120 V AC
200 to 240 V AC
24 V DC
H-PCP-A
40 VA
50 VA
21 W
H-PCP-B
40 VA
50 VA
21 W
Standard type
100 to 120 V AC
200 to 240 V AC
20 VA
25 VA
24 V DC
30 W
30 W
The H-PCP module contains a switching power supply and the maximum current that the H-PCP
module can supply to the connected function modules is 1700 mA for 5 V power supply and 1000 mA
for 12 V [CE/UL/cUL (or CSA) approved instrument] power supply. When adding function module(s),
consider the power consumption of the total system referring to the following table so that either of the
total current in the 5 V and 12 V power supplies will not exceed the maximum current that the H-PCP
module can supply. However, when the system consists of AI-B modules only, up to seven (7) AI-B
modules (total current 1820 mA for 5 V power supply) can be connected.
Maximum current available for function modules
CE/UL/cUL (or CSA) approved instrument:
H-PCP module
12 V power supply
5 V power supply
H-PCP-A
1700 mA
1000 mA
H-PCP-B
1700 mA
1000 mA
Standard type
5 V power supply
12 V power supply
1600 mA
400 mA
1600 mA
1000 mA
Control unit
Users do not have to care
about switching the 5 V and
12 V power supplies.
The H-PCP module supplies
both 5 V and 12 V power to
the function modules.
Power supply side
(H-PCP module)
Power supply consumption side
(Function module: Up to 10 modules)
Consuming current of each function module
Function module
H-DO-A/B module (Relay contact output)
H-DO-A/C/D module (Open collector output)
H-DO-D module
H-AO-A module
H-AO-B module
H-TIO-D module
H-TIO-A/B/C/E/F/G/H/J/K/P/R module
H-CIO-A module
H-DI-A/B module
H-CT-A module
H-TI-A module
H-TI-B module
H-TI-C module
H-AI-A module
H-AI-B module
H-LNK-B module (Connectable to the H-PCP-A/J)
Power supply voltage of 5 V
45 mA
45 mA
70 mA
40 mA
40 mA
150 mA
150 mA
290 mA
30 mA
110 mA
150 mA
260 mA
270 mA
140 mA
260 mA
270 mA
Power supply voltage of 12 V
140 mA
0 mA
0 mA
80 mA
130 mA
80 mA
40 mA
40 mA
0 mA
0 mA
0 mA
0 mA
0 mA
0 mA
0 mA
120 mA
Continued on the next page.
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Continued from the previous page.
[Example] When power supply voltage of 12V
When using H-TIO-B modules together with H-TIO-D modules
H-TIO-D
80 mA
H-TIO-D
80 mA
H-TIO-D
80 mA
H-TIO-B (4 modules)
160 mA
As the H-TIO-D module consumes an output current of 80 mA/slot and the H-TIO-B module, an
output current of 40 mA, the following current is obtained.
For H-TIO-D (3 modules):
For H-TIO-B (4 modules):
240 mA + 160 mA = 400 mA
80 mA
40 mA
3 = 240 mA,
4 = 160 mA
1000 mA: Maximum power supply capacity
The above current does not exceed the maximum power supply capacity (1000 mA). However, as one
H-TIO-D module is assumed to correspond to two function modules, up to 7 function modules can
be mounted.
When using H-DO-A-M modules together with H-TIO-B modules
H-TIO-B
(7 modules)
H-DO-A-M
(3 modules)
As an example in which the H-DO modules need to be added for outputting the alarm independently
for each channel, when (H-DO-A-M modules: 3 modules) are added to (H-TIO-B modules: 7
modules):
Each consuming output current becomes as follows.
For H-TIO-B modules (7 modules):
40 mA 7 = 280 mA,
For H-DO-A-M modules (3 modules):
140 mA 3 = 420 mA
280 mA + 420 mA = 700 mA
1000 mA: Maximum power supply capacity
As the total current described above does not exceed the maximum power supply capacity (1000 mA),
up to 10 function modules can be mounted.
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For the H-TIO module with CT input (optional),
the CT input is processed within the H-TIO
module. Therefore, it cannot be assigned to
other channels.
H-CT module
H-TIO-C module
(Assignment example)
CT1
CT2
CT3
CT
CT4
Ch.A
Ch.G
Ch.C
Ch.E
Ch.B Ch.D Ch.F
CT5
CT6
Ch: Channel
H-TIO-B modules
Used in module
For the H-DO-A and H-DO-B modules,
duplicated alarms cannot be output. For the
H-DO-A and H-DO-B modules, the
functions assigned to each block consisting
of four H-DO module output points. Channel
numbers of the corresponding H-TIO module
are automatically set in order from the top
for each block of the functions assigned. For
this reason, duplicate alarms in the same
channel and of the same type cannot be
output. However, the above does not apply
to the H-DO-C module.
(Assignment example)
TIO alarm 1
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
TIO alarm 1
TIO alarm 2
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
Heater break alarm
H-DO-A module
The input and output specification of the two channels H-TIO module are the same for both
channels.
[Example]
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Relay contact output
Current output
Relay contact output
TC input
TC input
RTD input
TC input
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3. DESCRIPTION OF EACH MODULES
3.1 Basic Configuration
The control unit consists of various kinds of modules and a mother block and each modules are
connected with each other by the connectors of mother block.
Mother blocks
Module main units
Connector of mother block
[Module connector]
H-PCP
module
Function modules
Control unit using the H-PCP module as the basic module and connecting the necessary types of
modules as necessary. It is possible to build up a multi function.
Mother block
H-PCP module
Function module
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3. DESCRIPTION OF EACH MODULES
3.2 Common Item of Module
3.2.1 Mother block
Outline
The mother block, attached to each module as a set, has the structure that allows the connection with
neighboring modules and makes it possible to attach the control units to a DIN rail or wall surface, etc.
There are three types of mother blocks which depend on the type of modules. These three types are the
blocks for single type function modules, for double type function modules and for power supply/CPU
modules (H-PCP modules).
As the control unit can be detached from the mother block in a one-touch operation, modules can be
easily changed in increasing the number of modules or in replacing equipment at maintenance etc.
Parts description
Screw holes for
wall mounting
DIN rail
mounting part
Connector for connecting
the module mainframe
Locking device for
the DIN rail
Connector for connecting to other
module (mother block)
Mother block of single type module
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3. DESCRIPTION OF EACH MODULES
Dimensions
Appearance
Dimensions (mm)
Single type
Mother block dedicated to single
type module connection
24
96
19
Remarks
Double type
48
19
48
Mother block dedicated to
double type module connection
96
19
Mother block dedicated to
H-PCP module connection
96
H-PCP
module
exclusive
type
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3. DESCRIPTION OF EACH MODULES
3.2.2 Parts description
H-PCP-A/B module
(1) Unit address setting switch
(2) RX (data reception) lamp [Yellow]
(9) Mother block
(3) TX (data transmission) lamp [Yellow]
(4) FAIL lamp [Red]
(5) RUN lamp [Green]
(6) Modular connector 1
(7) Modular connector 2
(8) Terminals
(10) Module connector
Front
No.
Side
Name
Description
(1)
Unit address setting switch
Set control unit slave address number
Setting range: 0 to 15 (0 to F, hexadecimal)
(2)
RX (data reception) lamp [Yellow]
ON when data is correctly received
(3)
TX (data transmission) lamp [Yellow]
ON when data is correctly sent
(4)
FAIL lamp [Red]
ON during abnormal operation
OFF during normal operation
(5)
RUN lamp [Green]
Flashing during normal operation
(6)
Modular connector 1
RS-232C or RS-422A connection with the host
computer or operation panel
(7)
Modular connector 2
RS-422A connection with other control unit
(8)
Terminals
Ground, power supply, FAIL output, digital input
and digital output terminals
(9)
Mother block
Module DIN rail mounting connector
(10)
Module connector
Connector for power supply and bus connection
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3. DESCRIPTION OF EACH MODULES
Single type module
Terminal type
Module types: H-TIO-A/B/C/E/F/G/H/J/K/P/R, H-TI-A/B/C, H-CT-A, H-DI-A/B, H-DO-A/B/C,
H-AI-A/B and H-AO-A/B
(1) FAIL lamp [Red]
(2) RUN lamp [Green]
(4) Mother block
(3) Input/output terminals
(5) Module connector
Connector type (Only for H-DO-D type)
(1) FAIL lamp [Red]
(2) RUN lamp [Green]
(4) Mother block
(3) Output connector
No.
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Name
(5) Module connector
Description
(1)
FAIL lamp [Red]
ON during abnormal operation
OFF during normal operation
(2)
RUN lamp [Green]
Flashing during normal operation
(3)
Input/output terminals or
Output connector
Input/output terminals or Digital output connector
(4)
Mother block
Module DIN rail mounting connector
(5)
Module connector
Connector for power supply and bus connection
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Double type module
(1) FAIL lamp [Red]
No.
(2) RUN lamp [Green]
(4) Mother block
(3) Input/output
terminals
(5) Module connector
Name
Description
(1)
FAIL lamp [Red]
ON during abnormal operation
OFF during normal operation
(2)
RUN lamp [Green]
Flashing during normal operation
(3)
Input/output terminals
Input/output terminals
(4)
Mother block
Module DIN rail mounting connector
(5)
Module connector
Connector for power supply and bus connection
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3. DESCRIPTION OF EACH MODULES
3.2.3 External view
H-PCP module
With the terminal cover fixed to
the module
With the terminal cover removed
from the module
Single type module
Terminal type
With the terminal cover fixed to
the module
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With the terminal cover removed
from the module
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Connector type (Only for H-DO-D type)
Connector type: HIF3BA-20PA-2.54DS(71)
(MIL-standard compliant)
Manufactured by HIROSE ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
Mating socket:
HIF3BA-20D-2.54R
Manufactured by HIROSE ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
The following socket may also be fitted.
AXM120415 (With strain relief)
Manufactured by Panasonic Corporation.
(Old company name: Matsushita Electric Works, Ltd.)
Double type module
With the terminal cover fixed to
the module
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3.3 H-PCP Module
3.3.1 Outline
The H-PCP module is made up of the CPU section and the power supply section for the SR Mini HG
SYSTEM control unit. This module is indispensable to construct the control unit with other modules.
The H-PCP module carries out the supply of power to each module, the data management and the
interfacing with the operation panel or a host computer. There are the following two types of H-PCP
modules according to the functions.
H-PCP-A type (Module with four DO points)
Host computer or
operation panel
Connection with other
control unit
FAIL output
DO1
Unused
DO2
Power supply
DO3
DO4
Unused
Temperature alarm
Burnout alarm
Temperature rise completion
Heater break alarm (HBA)
Loop break alarm (LBA)
AI alarm
(Selectable)
H-PCP-B type (Module with two DO points and three DI points)
Host computer or
operation panel
Connection with other
control unit
Unused
FAIL output
DO1
DO2
Power supply
DI
Unused
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Temperature alarm, burnout alarm,
temperature rise completion, heater break
alarm, loop break alarm, AI alarm
(Selectable)
Type 1. Memory area (Eight areas)
Type 2. Control RUN/STOP
Memory area (Four areas)
Type 3. Control RUN/STOP
Alarm interlock release
Memory area (Two areas)
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3.3.2 Terminal configuration
H-PCP-A type (Module with four DO points)
1
Unused terminal
Power
supply
terminals
+
DC
24V
-
AC
11
AC
12
L
12
L
100 to 120V
200 to 240V
13
N
13
13
N
12
Ground terminal
14
11
12
13
14
15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Unused terminal
15
FAIL
NO
OUT1
NO
OUT2
NO
OUT3
NO
OUT4
FAIL output terminals
OUT1
+
3
4
-
5
OUT2
+
6
-
7
Relay contact
output terminals
OUT3
+
8
-
9
OUT4
+
10
-
NO
10
Digital
output
terminals
Open collector
output terminals
H-PCP-B type (Module with two DO points and three DI points)
1
2
Unused terminal
Power
supply
terminals
11
AC
AC
12
L
12
L
100 to 120V
200 to 240V
24V
13
13
13
N
N
+
DC
12
Ground terminal
14
11
12
13
14
15
FAIL
NO
1
OUT1
3
2
NO
4
3
OUT2
4
5
5
NO
6
6
7 Relay contact
8 output
9 terminals
10
FAIL output terminals
3
4
-
5
OUT2
+
6
15
Digital
output
terminals
-
Open collector
output
terminals
COM
Unused terminal
OUT1
+
7
8
9
24 V DC
Digital
input
terminals
10
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3.3.3 Functional description
Output function
FAIL output
The FAIL output is output when a problem occurs in the CPU operation and the FAIL lamp will light
at the same time. Use this output for FAIL monitoring or for signal output to an external PLC, etc.
Number of outputs: 1 point
Output type:
Relay contact output, 1a contact (Open at error occurrence)
[Rating: 250 V AC, 0.1 A (Resistive load)]
(CE/UL/cUL (or CSA) approved instrument: 30 V DC, 0.1 A)
When the FAIL condition occurs in any of the function modules in the control unit, the FAIL
output will also be output. However in this situation, the FAIL lamp will not light.
If the composition of the control unit is changed (add or delete a function module, or change
the arrangement of the modules, or replace a module with a different model) without the
module initialization, the FAIL output will be output. However in this situation the FAIL
lamp will not light either.
For details on how to initialize the module, refer to SR Mini/SR Mini HG SYSTEM
Supplementary Information Initialize Settings [Extended Communications]
(IMSRM07-E ).
Digital output (DO) [H-PCP-A and H-PCP-B]
The digital outputs (DO) can be selected from the alarm 1, alarm 2, heater break alarm (HBA),
burnout alarm, temperature rise completion, loop break alarm (LBA), AI alarm 1 or AI alarm 2.
In addition, function of digital output (DO) selects in operation panel or host communication.
Number of outputs: 4 points (H-PCP-A type), 2 points (H-PCP-B type)
Output type:
Relay contact output, 1a contact (Closed at alarm occurrence)
[Rating: 250 V AC, 0.1 A (Resistive load)]
(CE/UL/ cUL (or CSA) approved instrument: 30 V DC, 0.1 A)
Open collector output
[Load voltage: 12 to 24 V DC, 0.1 A (Maximum load current)]
Open collector output wiring example
Load
+
OUT1
-
Load
12 to 24 V DC
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+ OUT4
-
+
-
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If there is no heater break alarm function in the control unit (H-TIO-A/C/D modules
provided with CT input as optional, or control unit without H-CT module), a heater break
alarm cannot be selected.
If there is no H-AI module in the control unit, an AI alarm cannot be selected.
For the control unit consisting of only the H-TIO-H/J modules, a loop break alarm cannot be
selected.
For details on function selection with the digital output, refer to SR Mini/SR Mini HG
SYSTEM Supplementary Information Initialize Settings [Extended Communications]
(IMSRM07-E ).
Input function
Digital input (DI) [H-PCP-B]
For digital input, memory area selection, control RUN/STOP selection or alarm interlock release
specifying can be performed. In addition, any of the following combinations of functions is available
for digital input.
Type 1: Memory area selection (8 areas selection)
Type 2: Combination of control RUN/STOP selection and memory area selection (4 areas selection)
Type 3: Combination of control RUN/STOP selection, alarm interlock release and memory area
selection (2 areas selection)
After the contact is closed, it takes a short time until the action of this device is actually
selected. Therefore, pay attention to this delay time if the device is used together with a
PLC, etc.
External power (24 V DC) supply is required for digital input.
Memory area selection (Type 1)
The memory area (control area) can be selected depending on the open or closed state of terminal
numbers 7 to 10. Select the memory area by configuring an external contact circuit or using a contact
output signal from the PLC, if necessary.
7
Control area
1
DI1
8
DI2
9
DI3
10
2
3
4
5
6
: Open
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8
Terminal No.
7-8
7-9
7 - 10
: Closed
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Control RUN/STOP selection, memory area selection (Type 2)
Selection can be performed depending on the open or closed state of terminal numbers 7 to 10.
7
Control area
DI1
8
DI2
9
Terminal No.
1
2
3
4
7-8
7-9
DI3
: Open
: Closed
Contact open: Control STOP
Contact closed: Control RUN
10
Control RUN/STOP selection, alarm interlock release specifying and memory area selection
(Type 3)
Selection or release specifying can be performed depending on the open or closed state of terminal
numbers 7 to 10.
7
DI1
8
DI2
9
DI3
10
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Contact open: Memory area No.1
Contact closed: Memory area No.2
Contact closed: Alarm interlock released
Contact open: Control Stop
Contact closed: Control Run
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Communication function
The H-PCP module has communication port COM.PORT1/COM.PORT2 and can be connected with
operation panel, host computer and extension control unit.
Interface:
Protocol:
RS-422A or RS-232C
RKC communication protocol
Ladder communication (Non-protocol type) [Z-190 specification]
Communication speed: 2400 bps, 4800 bps, 9600 bps and 19200 bps
(Select the communication speed by the dip switch in the H-PCP module)
Connection instrument: Operation panel, host computer, extension control unit, PLC
[Z-190 specification]
For the H-PCP-A/B module with the ladder communication, special specification code
“Z-190” must be specified at the end of the model code.
The H-TIO-K, H-CIO-A, H-DI-B and H-DO-C module cannot be used to the H-PCP-A/B
module with the specification of ladder.
For details on the dip switch settings, refer to 3.3.4 Settings before operation (P. 42).
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3.3.4 Settings before operation
Communication setting
WARNING
!
To prevent electric shock or instrument failure, always turn off the power
before setting the switch.
To prevent electric shock or instrument failure, never touch any section other
than those instructed in this manual.
Using the dip switches inside the H-PCP-A/B module, sets the communication speed and data configuration.
1. To separate the module mainframe from the mother block, press the bottom on the module, lifting
upward, to release connection.
Mother block
Module mainframe
Module mainframe
Upper
section
Lower
section
Mother block
Press bottom of module
and lift upward to release
2. Data configuration and communication speed can be set with the dip switches located in the
H-PCP-A/B module.
Top section
For the Modbus (Z-1021)
4 3
21
OFF
ON
1
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
2
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
MEMOBUS (Z-1001)
Data configuration
Do not set this one
8-bit even parity
8-bit odd parity
8-bit without parity
Factory set value: 8-bit without parity
Rear view of module mainframe with mother block removed
For the RKC communication/Ladder communication (Z-190)
1
2
Data configuration
OFF
OFF
8-bit without parity
OFF
ON
7-bit even parity
ON
OFF
7-bit odd parity
ON
ON
Do not set this one
Factory set value: 8-bit without parity
3
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
4
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Communication speed
2400 bps
4800 bps
9600 bps
19200 bps
Factory set value: 9600 bps
When using the ladder communication, always set the data configuration to “8-bit without parity.”
Continued on the next page.
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3. After communication setting is complete, place the module mainframe opening on top of the
mother block tab and snap the lower part of module mainframe on to the mother block. A
snapping sound will be heard when module mainframe is securely connected to mother block.
Unit address settings
When each control unit is multi-drop connected to host computer or operation panel, set the address of
each control unit using the unit address setting switch in the H-PCP-A/B module.
Use a very small blade screwdriver to set the unit address on the unit address setting switch located on
the front of each H-PCP-A/B module.
Unit address setting switch
456
CD
AB E
23
F0 1
7 89
Setting range: 0 to 15 (0 to F: hexadecimal)
H-PCP-A/B module
Set the unit address such that it is different to the other addresses on the some line.
Otherwise, problems or malfunction may result.
For Modbus (Z-1021 specification) or MEMOBUS (Z-1001 specification), the value
obtained by adding “1” to the set address corresponds to the address used for the actual
program.
Number of connectable control units
When connected host computer or PLC: Up to 16 units
When connected RKC operation panel:
OPM, OPM-H, OPC, OPC-H: Up to 8 units
OPC-V06, OPC-V07:
Up to 16 units
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3.4 H-TIO Module
3.4.1 Outline
The H-TIO module is used to perform temperature or process control.
The H-TIO modules corresponding to the necessary number of control points are connected to the
H-PCP module.
For details on the limited number of H-TIO modules connected to the H-PCP module, refer
to page 24.
A, E, H and R type [1 channel type]
B, F, J and P type [2 channels type]
OUT (Heat)
OUT1 (CH1)
OUT (Alarm): Optional
OUT2 (CH2)
CT: Optional *
IN1 (CH1)
IN
IN2 (CH2)
* Not provided for the E, H and R type.
C and G type [1 channel heat/cool type]
K type [1 channel position proportioning type]
OUT (Heat)
OUT1 (Open-side)
OUT (Cool)
OUT2 (Close-side)
CT: Optional *
IN (FBR)
IN
IN (CH1)
* Not provided for the G
D type [2 channels heat/cool type]
OUT (Heat): CH1
OUT (Heat): CH2
OUT (Cool): CH1
OUT (Cool): CH2
CT1 (Optional): CH1
IN: CH1
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CT2 (Optional): CH2
IN: CH2
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3.4.2 Terminal configuration
H-TIO-A type
+
1
1
+
1
1
1
+
NO
2
2
2
2
Relay contact Voltage pulse Voltage/Current
output
output
output
Triac
output
2
Open collector
output
Output
terminals
3
NO
4
Alarm output
6
CT
7
Current transformer
(CT) input
8
B
9
B
10
A
RTD input
8
+
Input
terminals
9
TC input
H-TIO-B type
+
1
1
+
1
1
1
+
NO
2
2
2
2
Relay contact Voltage pulse Voltage/Current
output
output
output
+
3
3
+
3
Triac
output
3
2
Open collector
output
3
Output 1 (CH1)
+
NO
4
4
4
Relay contact Voltage pulse Voltage/Current
output
output
output
5
B
5
6
B
6
7
A
RTD input
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Open collector
output
Output 2 (CH2)
+
Input 1 (CH1)
TC input
8
B
8
9
B
9
10
A
RTD input
4
Triac
output
+
Input 2 (CH2)
TC input
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H-TIO-C type
+
1
1
+
1
1
1
2
2
+
Output 1
(Heat-side)
NO
2
2
2
Relay contact Voltage pulse Voltage/Current
output
output
output
+
3
3
+
3
Triac
output
Open collector
output
3
3
4
4
+
NO
4
4
4
Voltage pulse Voltage/Current
output
output
Relay contact
output
Triac
output
Output 2
(Cool-side)
Open collector
output
6
CT
7
Current transformer
(CT) input
8
B
9
B
10
A
8
Input
terminals
+
9
RTD input
TC input
H-TIO-D type
+
Output 1
(Heat-side)
Open
collector
output
+
Output 2
(Cool-side)
1
2
1
+
1
1
2
Triac
output
Voltage/
Current
output
Voltage
pulse
output
+
+
3
3
4
4
4
Triac
output
Voltage/
Current
output
Open
collector
output
+
2
3
2
1
NO
3
4
2
Relay
contact
output
Voltage
pulse
output
8
9
TC input
+
1
1
NO
2
Relay
contact
output
2
1
+
2
Voltage/
Current
output
Voltage
pulse
output
+
3
3
+
3
3
4
4
4
4
Relay
contact
output
Relay
contact
output
Voltage
pulse
output
Voltage/
Current
output
6
6
7
7
NO
Current transformer
(CT) input
+
CH2
NO
CT
Input
terminals
CH1
B 8
1
2
2
Triac
output
Open
collector
output
3
3
4
4
Triac
output
+
Output 1
(Heat-side)
+
Open
collector
output
Output 2
(Cool-side)
CT
Current transformer
(CT) input
8 B
8
B 9
9 B
9
A 10
10 A
RTD input
1
RTD input
+
Input
terminals
TC input
Although the terminal numbers are the same numbers for both channel 1 and channel 2, the left side as
seen from the front panel of the module is channel 1 and the right side is channel 2.
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H-TIO-E type
1
1
+
+
1
1
1
+
NO
2
2
Relay contact
output
2
2
2
Voltage pulse Voltage/Current
output
output
Open collector
output
Triac
output
Output
terminals
3
NO
Alarm output
terminals
4
Relay contact
output
7
TC input
RTD input
type module type module
+
10
7
B
8
B
9
A
Input
terminals
RTD input
TC input
H-TIO-F type
+
1
1
1
+
1
1
+
NO
2
2
Relay contact
output
+
3
3
2
2
Voltage pulse Voltage/Current
output
output
3
+
Triac
output
3
Output 1
2
Open collector
output
3
+
NO
4
4
4
Relay contact Voltage pulse Voltage/Current
output
output
output
5
B
6
B
7
A
4
Triac
output
4
Output 2
Open collector
output
Input 1
RTD input
8
B
9
B
10
A
Input 2
RTD input
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H-TIO-G type
+
1
1
+
1
+
1
1
NO
2
2
Relay contact
output
2
+
3
3
2
2
Voltage pulse Voltage/Current
output
output
Triac
output
+
3
Open collector
output
+
3
3
Output 1
(Heat-side)
NO
4
4
Relay contact
output
7
TC input
type module
RTD input
type module
4
4
4
Voltage pulse Voltage/Current
output
output
Triac
output
Open collector
output
Output 2
(Cool-side)
+
10
7
B
8
B
9
A
Input
terminals
RTD input
TC input
H-TIO-H type
1
1
+
1
+
1
1
+
NO
2
2
2
Relay contact Voltage pulse Voltage/Current
output
output
output
2
Triac
output
2
Open collector
output
Output
terminals
3
NO
4
Relay contact
output
9
Alarm output
terminals
+
IN
10
Voltage input
Current input
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Input
terminals
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H-TIO-J type
+
1
1
1
+
1
1
+
NO
2
2
2
2
Relay contact Voltage pulse Voltage/Current
output
output
output
+
3
3
3
+
Triac
output
2
Output 1
Open collector
output
3
3
4
4
+
NO
4
4
4
Relay contact Voltage pulse Voltage/Current
output
output
output
Triac
output
Output 2
Open collector
output
+
6
IN
7
Input 1
Voltage input
Current input
+
9
IN
10
Input 2
Voltage input
Current input
H-TIO-K type
1
NO
Output terminals
(Open-side)
2
Relay contact
output
3
NO
4
Output terminals
(Close-side)
Relay contact
output
5
O
6
W
7
C
When a control motor without
feedback resistor (FBR) is used, short
terminal No. 6 (W) with No. 7 (C).
Otherwise measured values (PV) may
fluctuate.
Input
terminals
Feedback
resistance input
8
B
9
B
10
A
RTD input
8
+
9
Input
terminals
Short
5
O
6
W
7
C
TC input
Feedback
resistance input
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H-TIO-P type
+
1
1
+
1
1
1
+
NO
2
2
2
+
3
3
Triac
output
+
3
2
2
Relay contact Voltage pulse Voltage/Current
output
output
output
Output 1 (CH1)
Open collector
output
3
3
+
NO
4
4
4
5
B
5
6
B
6
7
A
RTD input
4
4
Relay contact Voltage pulse Voltage/Current
output
output
output
Triac
output
Output 2 (CH2)
Open collector
output
+
Input 1 (CH1)
TC input
8
B
8
9
B
9
10
A
RTD input
+
Input 2 (CH2)
TC input
H-TIO-R type
+
1
1
+
1
1
1
2
2
+
NO
2
2
2
Relay contact Voltage pulse Voltage/Current
output
output
output
Triac
output
Open collector
output
Output
terminals
3
NO
Alarm output
terminals
4
Relay contact
output
7
TC input
RTD input
type module type module
+
10
7
B
8
B
9
A
Input
terminals
RTD input
TC input
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3.4.3 Functional description
(1) Input function
Channel number
CH1 and CH2 are assigned to the input terminals of the B, F, J or P type (2 channels type) module in
order from the top of these terminals. In addition, CH1 and CH2 are assigned to the D type (2 channels
heat/cool type) modules in order from the left of these modules for each module.
If the D type modules are mounted together with other type modules, channel numbers are assigned
automatically to these modules in order from the left.
H-TIO-B type
H-TIO-F type
H-TIO-J type
H-TIO-P type
H-TIO-D type
H-TIO-B type
H-TIO-D type
CH3
CH4
CH1
CH1
CH5
CH2
CH2
CH6
CH1
CH2
Channel number assignment
Input type
Select any input type of thermocouple, RTD or continuous voltage/current input.
(Specify when ordering)
List of H-TIO module input types
Input type
H-TIO module type
Thermocouple
H-TIO-A, H-TIO-B, H-TIO-C, H-TIO-D, H-TIO-E, H-TIO-G, H-TIO-K,
H-TIO-P, H-TIO-R
RTD
H-TIO-A, H-TIO-B, H-TIO-C, H-TIO-D, H-TIO-E, H-TIO-F, H-TIO-G,
H-TIO-K, H-TIO-P, H-TIO-R
Voltage/Current
H-TIO-H, H-TIO-J
Different input types cannot be mixed in one module. The desired input type is
determined for each module.
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(2) Output function
Channel number
In the same way as the input terminals, CH1 and CH2 are assigned to the output terminals of the B, F,
J or P (2 channels) type module in order from the top of these terminals.
In addition, CH1 and CH2 are assigned to the D type (2 channels heat/cool type) modules in order
from the left for each module. The heat and then cool outputs are assigned to these channels in order
from the top.
If the D type modules are mounted together with other type modules, channel numbers are assigned
automatically to these modules in order from the left.
H-TIO-B type
H-TIO-F type
H-TIO-J type
H-TIO-P type
H-TIO-D type
CH2
H-TIO-B type
H-TIO-D type
CH1
CH2
CH1
(Heat)
CH5
CH6
CH1
(Cool)
CH1
CH3
CH2
(Heat)
CH4
CH2 (Cool)
Channel number assignment
Output type
Any output type of relay contact output, voltage pulse output, voltage output, current output, triac
output or open collector output can be selected for each heat output and heat/cool output.
(Specify when ordering)
For 1 module/2 channel modules, output types cannot be mixed in one module. Each
output type is selected for each module.
For details on each output, refer to 8. SPECIFICATIONS (P. 128)
Relay contact output
Output status: Independent 1a contact output (closed during outputting).
NO
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Rating: 250 V AC, 3 A (Resistive load)
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Voltage pulse output
This output is for driving the SSRs and 12 V DC is output during the outputting.
+
Allowable load resistance: 600
or more
Current and voltage output
The current output can be selected from 4 to 20 mA DC or 0 to 20 mA DC, and the voltage output can
be selected from 0 to 1 V DC, 0 to 5 V DC, 0 to 10 V DC or 1 to 5 V DC. (Specify when ordering)
+
Allowable load resistance: 500 or less (Current output)
1 k or more (Voltage output)
It is possible only in the 1 to 5 V DC voltage output to make a common connection of the
minus terminals of the outputs, including the voltage pulse output.
(Refer to P. 99.)
Triac output
This output can directly drive AC power by the small SSR built in the module. The zero-cross control
method is employed.
Capacity:
0.5 A (At an ambient temperature of 40 C)
Maximum load voltage: 250 V AC
SSR
Open collector output
This transistor sink output uses switching between the transistor emitter and collector. An external
power supply of 12 to 24 V DC is connected to the load in series.
+
Maximum load current: 100 mA or less
Open collector output wiring example
Load
+
OUT1
Load
12 to 24 V DC
+
-
+
OUT1
-
H-TIO-A, E, H and R type
Load
12 to 24 V DC
+
-
+
OUT2
-
H-TIO-B, C, D, F, G, J and P type
The minus ( ) terminals of open collector outputs,
OUT1 and OUT2 are connected within the
module.
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(3) Alarm function
One H-TIO module is provided with two alarm points (Alarm 1 and Alarm 2) as standard.
Alarm 1/2 types are those selected by the H-PCP module.
Alarm type:
Deviation high alarm
Deviation low alarm
Deviation high and low alarm
Band alarm
Deviation high alarm with hold action
Deviation low alarm with hold action
Deviation high and low alarm with hold action
Process high alarm
Process low alarm
Process high alarm with hold action
Process low alarm with hold action
Deviation high alarm with re-hold action
Deviation low alarm with re-hold action
Deviation high and low alarm with re-hold action
(4) Alarm output function (Optional)
An alarm can be output from the H-TIO module itself (only for the H-TIO-A/E/H/R types).
Number of output points: 1 point (relay contact output)
Output type :
Select any of temperature alarm output (ALM1), temperature alarm output (ALM2),
heater break alarm output (HBA) 1 or loop break alarm output (LBA) 2.
(The output type needs to be specified in the model code at the time of ordering.)
1
2
Only H-TIO-A can be selected.
Only H-TIO-A, H-TIO-E or H-TIO-R can be selected.
Each alarm can be output as summary output (OR output) from the digital output block in the
H-PCP-A/B module. For details, refer to 3.3 H-PCP Module (P. 36).
The respective alarm (Alarm 1/2) can be output independently for each channel by
connecting the H-DO-A/B/D module. For details, refer to 3.9 H-DO Module (P. 70).
For H-TIO-A/E/H/R type modules, an alarm can be output from each module (optional).
(5) Loop break alarm function (Excluding H-TIO-H/J type modules)
The loop break alarm function is used to detect a load (heater) break, a failure occurring in any
external operating device (magnet relay, etc.) or a failure occurring in the control system (control
loop) caused by an input (sensor) break. (Refer to P. 124.)
The loop break alarm can be output as summary output (OR output) from the digital output
block in the H-PCP-A/B module. For details, refer to 3.3 H-PCP Module (P. 36).
The loop break alarm can be output independently for each channel by connecting the
H-DO-A/B/D module. For details, refer to 3.9 H-DO Module (P. 70).
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(6) Heater break alarm function (Optional)
The heater break alarm function is used to detect the current flowing into the load (heater) by using the
current transformer (CT), thereby producing a heater break alarm when a heater break occurs.
(Refer to P. 123.)
This function can be added only to the H-TIO-A, C or D type module.(1 point/control loop)
For H-TIO-A/C/D module with voltage/current output, no heater break alarm function can be
used.
The heater break alarm can be output as summary output (OR output) from the digital output
block in the H-PCP-A/B module. For details, refer to 3.3 H-PCP Module (P. 36).
The heater break alarm can be output independently for each channel by connecting the
H-DO-A/B/D module. For details, refer to 3.9 H-DO Module (P. 70).
(7) Control function
As standard, the H-TIO module employs the brilliant PID control method which can prevent overshoot
or disturbance (excluding the H-TIO-K module). (Refer to P. 113.)
The selectable control action type differs depending on the H-TIO module type. (Refer to the table
below.)
Type
ON/OFF action
PID action with Heat/Cool PID action
autotuning
with autotuning
PID action with
autotuning
(With fuzzy control)
Position
proportioning
control action
H-TIO-A
H-TIO-B
H-TIO-C
H-TIO-D
H-TIO-E
H-TIO-F
H-TIO-G
H-TIO-H
H-TIO-J
H-TIO-K
H-TIO-P
H-TIO-R
: Selectable
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3.5 H-TI Module
3.5.1 Outline
The H-TI module is used to monitor temperature inputs by thermocouple or RTD sensors.
H-TI-A type
(RTD input)
H-TI-B type
(Thermocouple/ RTD input)
IN 1
H-TI-C type
(Thermocouple input)
IN 1
IN 1
IN 2
IN 2
IN 3
IN 3
IN 4
IN 4
IN 2
(Not isolated between
each input channel)
(Isolated between
each input channel)
(Isolated between
each input channel)
3.5.2 Terminal configuration
H-TI-A type
H-TI-B type
1
A
2
B
3
B
4
B
5
A
6
A
7
B
8
B
9
B
10
A
RTD input
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IN1
1
+
IN1
IN2
4
IN3
7
+
IN2
IN4
1
B
2
B
3
A
7
B
8
B
9
A
IN1
IN2
10
TC input
RTD input
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H-TI-C type
1
+
IN1
2
3
+
IN2
4
6
+
IN3
7
8
+
IN4
9
TC input
3.5.3 Functional description
H-TI alarm function
As standard, the H-TI module is provided with tow alarm points/channel (TI alarm 1 and TI alarm 2).
TI alarm 1/2 types are those selected by the H-PCP module.
Alarm type: Process high alarm, Process low alarm, Process high alarm (with hold action), and
Process low alarm (with hold action)
Each TI alarm is different from a temperature alarm built in the H-TIO module.
Each TI alarm can be output as summary output (OR output) from the digital output block in
the H-PCP-A/B module. For details, refer to 5.3 H-PCP Module (P. 36).
The respective alarm (TI alarm 1/2) can be output independently for each channel by
connecting the H-DO-A/B/D module. For details, refer to 5.9 H-DO Module (P. 70).
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3.6 H-CIO Module
3.6.1 Outline
The H-CIO module is used to perform effective cascade control when there is a time lag between the
controlled object and heat source.
The number of cascade control loops is 1 loop/module. The H-CIO modules corresponding to the
required number of control points are connected to the H-PCP module. (Up to 5 loops/control unit)
H-CIO-A type
IN 1 (Master input)
OUT 1
(Heat-side control output or master-side
manipulated output)
OUT 2
(Cool-side control output or slave-side
control output)
IN 2 (Slave input)
DI 1 (Cascade ON/OFF)
DI 2 (Auto/Manual transfer) *
* Master block only.
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3.6.2 Terminal configuration
1
2
1
NO
2
Relay
contact
output
3
NO
7
4
Input
terminal
IN2
7
B 1
RTD input
(Master input)
B 7
B 8
A 9
10
Thermocouple input
(Slave input)
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Open
collector
output
3
+
4
Open
collector
output
Heat-side control
output
or
Master-side
manipulated output
Output
terminal
Cool-side control
output
or
Slave-side control
output
Auto/Manual transfer
(Master block only)
+
RTD input
(Slave input)
IN1
1
2
Voltage input
Current input
(Master input)
IN2
+
4
Triac
output
+
Digital input terminal
DI 2
A 3
Thermocouple input
(Master input)
3
4
Voltage/
Current
output
B 2
4
Triac
output
+
3
IN1
IN1
2
Voltage/
Current
output
1
Cascade ON/OFF
10
+ 1
1
DI 1
8
9
+
Voltage
pulse
output
Relay
contact
output
+
1
2
Voltage
pulse
output
3
4
+
IN2
+
7
8
Voltage input
Current input
(Slave input)
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3.6.3 Functional description
(1) Input function
Channel number
For the H-CIO module, CH1 and CH2 are assigned to the input terminals of the H-CIO module order
from the top.CH1 is for master input and CH2 is for slave input, respectively.
If several H-CIO modules are mounted together, channel numbers are assigned automatically to these
modules in order from the left. (Number of connection: Up to 5 modules/control unit)
H-CIO-A
H-CIO-A
CH1
(Master input)
CH2
(Slave input)
H-CIO-A
CH1
(Master input)
CH3
(Master input)
CH2
(Slave input)
CH4
(Slave input)
RTD input type
RTD input type
Channel number assignment
The same channel number assignment applies to the other input types.
Input type
Select the desired input type from thermocouple, RTD, voltage and current inputs.
(Specify when ordering.)
List of H-CIO module input types
Input type
H-CIO module type
Thermocouple
H-CIO-A-F
H-CIO-A-B
-
, H-CIO-A-D
, H-CIO-A-W
-
,
RTD
H-CIO-A-F
H-CIO-A-B
-
, H-CIO-A-D
, H-CIO-A-W
-
,
Voltage/Current
H-CIO-A-F
-
, H-CIO-A-D
-
Different input types cannot be mixed in one module. The desired input type is
determined for each module.
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(2) Output function
Channel number
In the same way as the input terminals, for the H-CIO module, CH1 and CH2 are assigned to the
output terminals of the H-CIO module in order from the top.
If several H-CIO modules are mounted together, channel numbers are assigned automatically to these
modules in order from the left. (Number of connection: Up to 5 modules/control unit)
H-CIO-A
H-CIO-A
H-CIO-A
CH1 (OUT1)
CH1
CH3
Master-side
manipulated output or
heat-side control output
CH2
CH4
CH2 (OUT2)
Slave-side control
output or cool-side
control output
Channel number assignment
The control output from the output terminals differs depending on the slave channel control
action type.
Slave channel control action type
H-CIO-A-F or H-CIO-A-D type
H-CIO-A-B or H-CIO-A-W type
OUT1
Master channel manipulated output
Slave channel heat-side control output
OUT2
Slave channel control output
Slave channel cool-side control output
Output type
The desired output type can be selected from relay contact, voltage pulse, voltage, current, triac and
open-collector outputs for each of OUT1 and OUT2. (Specify when ordering.)
For the module of 1 module/2 channels, various output types cannot be mixed in the
module. One output type can be selected for each module.
For details on each output, refer to 8. SPECIFICATION (P. 128).
Relay contact output
Output status: Independent 1a contact output (closed during outputting)
NO
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Voltage pulse output
This output is for driving the SSRs and 12 V DC is output during the outputting.
+
Allowable load resistance: 600
or more
Current and voltage output
The current output can be selected from 4 to 20 mA DC or 0 to 20 mA DC, and the voltage output can
be selected from 0 to 1 V DC, 0 to 5 V DC, 0 to 10 V DC or 1 to 5 V DC. (Specify when ordering)
+
Allowable load resistance: 500 or less (Current output)
1 k or more (Voltage output)
It is possible only in the 1 to 5 V DC voltage output to make a common connection of the
minus terminals of the outputs, including the voltage pulse output. (Refer to P. 99.)
Triac output
This output can directly drive AC power by the small SSR built in the module. The zero-cross control
method is employed.
SSR
Capacity:
0.5 A (At an ambient temperature of 40 C)
Maximum load voltage: 250 V AC
Open collector output
This transistor sink output uses switching between the transistor emitter and collector. An external
power supply of 12 to 24 V DC is connected to the load in series.
+
Maximum load current: 100 mA or less
Open collector output wiring example
Load
+
OUT1
-
Load
12 to 24 V DC
+
-
+
OUT2
H-CIO-A type
The minus ( ) terminals of open collector outputs, OUT1 and OUT2 are connected within
the module.
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(3) Cascade control function
There are master control and slave control blocks for cascade control. The master control block
performs PID computation based on the temperature (measured value) at the measured point necessary
to be finally controlled and then corrects the set value of the slave control block using the cascade
signal. The slave control unit performs cascade temperature control by the set value corrected by the
cascade signal.
Cascade module function configuration diagram
PV1
MV1
PID control
+
SV monitor 1
CH1
Master block
If cascade control is turned off,
fixed to the captured
measured value just at the off
time
PV1
SV1
Setting change rate limiter
Cascade
ON
SV monitor 1
SV1
SV monitor 1- PV1
PV2
MV2
PID control
+
SV monitor 2
CH2
Slave block
Setting change rate limiter
Setting limiter
SV2
+
For tracking on:
For tracking off:
If cascade control is turned off, the cascade
monitored value just before the control is
turned off is held as data.
If cascade control is turned off, the cascade
monitored value become 0.
Cascade monitor
Gain
Slave output:
Heat/Cool control is
also available.
Bias
(4) Alarm function
One H-CIO module is provided with two alarm (Alarm 1 and Alarm 2) points as standard.
Alarm 1/2 types are those selected by the H-PCP module.
Alarm type:
Deviation high alarm
Deviation low alarm
Deviation high and low alarm
Band alarm
Deviation high alarm with hold action
Deviation low alarm with hold action
Deviation high and low alarm with hold action
Process high alarm
Process low alarm
Process high alarm with hold action
Process low alarm with hold action
Deviation high alarm with re-hold action
Deviation low alarm with re-hold action
Deviation high and low alarm with re-hold action
Each alarm can be output as summary output (OR output) from the digital output block in the
H-PCP-A/B module. For details, refer to 3.3 H-PCP Module (P. 36).
The respective alarm (Alarm 1/2) can be output independently for each channel by
connecting the H-DO-A/B/D module. For details, refer to 3.9 H-DO Module (P. 70).
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(5) Loop break alarm function
The loop break alarm function is used to detect a load (heater) break, a failure occurring in any
external operating device (magnet relay, etc.) or a failure occurring in the control system (control
loop) caused by an input (sensor) break. (Refer to P. 124.)
The loop break alarm can be output as summary output (OR output) from the digital output
block in the H-PCP-A/B module. For details, refer to 3.3 H-PCP Module (P. 36).
The loop break alarm can be output independently for each channel by connecting the
H-DO-A/B/D module. For details, refer to 3.9 H-DO Module (P. 70).
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3.7 H-CT Module
3.7.1 Outline
The H-CT module is used specially for CT (current transformer) input for detecting heater current.
This is dedicated to CT input for heater break detection or current measurement.
Up to six CT input points can be input per module. In addition, the following two types of H-CT
module are available depending on the heater capacity used: 0 to 30 A and 0 to 100 A. (Specify when
ordering)
CT1, CT2
(2 points/common)
CT3, CT4
(2 points/common)
CT5, CT6
(2 points/common)
3.7.2 Terminal configuration
1
COM
2 CT 1
3
4
5
6
7
CT 2
COM
CT 3
Current transformer (CT) input
CT 4
COM
8 CT 5
9 CT 6
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3.7.3 Functional description
Heater break alarm output function
The H-CT module, combined with the CT sensor or H-TIO module, can output a heater break alarm.
(Refer to P. 123).
1
COM
2 CT 1
3
4
5
6
7
CT 2
COM
CT 3
CT 4
COM
Up to six CT sensors can be connected to one H-CT module. The input
terminals of the H-CT module consist of three blocks with one common
terminal and two CT terminals per block.
In addition, respective H-TIO module channels can be freely assigned to these
current transformers. In addition, as the specifying channel number is assigned
in duplicate, 3-phase heater break can be detected by combining two or more
current detectors (CT).
8 CT 5
9 CT 6
For the heater capacity of 30 A or less, the H-CT-A-P module for 0 to 30 A (CT sensor:
CTL-6-P-N using type) should be used in view of the current detection sensitivity.
CT input cannot be assigned to the H-TIO module with voltage/current control output.
Each CT input can be assigned from the dedicated Operation Panel, or host computer via
communication.
The heater break alarm can be output as summary output (OR output) from the digital output
block in the H-PCP-A/B module. For details, refer to 3.3 H-PCP Module (P. 36).
The respective heater break alarm can be output independently for each channel by
connecting the H-DO-A/B/D module. For details, refer to 3.9 H-DO Module (P. 70).
For details on CT input selection, refer to SR Mini/SR Mini HG SYSTEM Supplementary
Information Initialize Settings [Extended Communications] (IMSRM07-E ).
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3.8 H-DI Module
3.8.1 Outline
The H-DI module is used only for digital input.
The H-DI-A type module is used to select the operation status (memory area selection, control
RUN/STOP selection, or alarm interlock release) of the control unit by using external contacts, etc.
The H-DI-B type module is used to display various event inputs on the operation panel. Each event
input is logically operated (AND, NAND, OR or NOR) and the logical operation result can be also
output from the H-DO-C module.
Up to eight input points can be configured for each H-DI module.
H-DI-A and H-DI-B type
DI1 to 4
(4 points/common)
DI5 to 8
(4 points/common)
3.8.2 Terminal configuration
H-DI-A and H-DI-B type
1
2
3
4
5
6
DI 2
DI 3
DI 4
24 V DC
+
DI 5
8
DI 6
10
Connect external power (24 V DC) to the
number 1 and number 6 COM (common)
terminals on the H-DI module so that these
terminal sides become positive (+).
DI 1
7
9
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DI 7
DI 8
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3.8.3 Functional description
(1) Digital input function (H-DI-A)
This is a function to switch the operation status of the control unit (refer to below) using the external
signal fed into the H-DI-A module which is connected to the control unit. The operation status can be
switched over by the open/close state of the digital input terminals 1 to 8 of the H-DI-A module.
Operation state types: Memory area selection, Control RUN/STOP selection and Alarm interlock release
For memory area selection, configure an external contact circuit or use a contact output signal from the
PLC, if necessary.
After the contact is closed, it takes a short time until the action of this device is actually selected.
Therefore, pay attention to this delay time if the device is used together with a PLC, etc.
Connect external power (24 V DC) to the number 1 and number 6 COM (common) terminals
on the H-DI module so that these terminal sides become positive (+).
(COM)
1
Control area
+
Terminal No.
(1)
2
SET
5
3
4
5
6
: Open
(4)
4
2
7
8
1-2
1-3
1-4
(2)
3
1
: Closed
The memory area (control area) is established by closing terminal number 5
(ENABLE terminal). [Function mode 1*]
(COM)
6
+
7
Control RUN/STOP selection (contact closed: RUN, contact open: STOP)
8
Alarm interlock release (contact closed: alarm interlock release)
(No alarm interlock function is activated if the contact is in the normally closed
state.)
9
Unused
10
* The function mode types below can be selected for the digital input function of the H-DI-A
module. The digital inputs (DI) function can be set following function mode 1 to 2 in
operation panel or host communication (initialize settings [extended communications]).
Function mode 1 (factory set value)
Memory area selection (ENABLE terminal is used)
After area selection setting, the actual area is changed by detecting the ENABLE edge.
Control RUN/STOP selection
Alarm interlock release
Function mode 2
Memory area selection
The actual area is changed approximately 2 seconds after area selection setting.
Control RUN/STOP selection
Alarm interlock release
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(2) Digital event input function (H-DI-B)
Logic input function
Each logic is built by four event inputs. Up to eight logic results (logic outputs) per H-DI-B module
can be monitored through communication or can be output from event output module (H-DO-C).
In addition, this function can assign the input of the H-DI-B module to any channel number of the
H-DO-C module to output the result.
The logic section of event H-DI-B module consists of 4 logic input points, input reversal selection,
logic circuit type selection, input delay timer and logic output.
H-DI-B module
Logic input 1.1
PCP module
Input inversion
Logic circuit type
selection
Logic input 1.2
Digital input
8 points
Delay
timer
Logic input 1.3
Logic
output 1
Logic output monitor
Digital input monitor
Logic input 1.4
(Logic block 1)
Logic input 8.1
Input inversion
Logic circuit type
selection
Logic input 8.2
Logic input 8.3
Delay
timer
Logic
output 8
Information on
other event input
module
Logic input 8.4
(Logic block 8)
Logic input: 32 points max./module
The desired channel No. of the digital event input module is assigned to the respective logic
input.
Logic output can be re-assigned to the input of the logical block.
Output from
H-DO-C module
Monitoring via
communication
H-DI-B module (event input function) and the H-PCP module with the specification of
ladder communication cannot be selected at the same time.
Each event input can be assigned from the dedicated host computer via communication.
For details on event input selection, refer to SR Mini/SR Mini HG SYSTEM Supplementary
Information Initialize Settings [Extended Communications] (IMSRM07-E ).
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3.9 H-DO Module
3.9.1 Outline
The H-DO module is used specially for digital output.
H-DO-A, H-DO-B and H-DO-D type modules can output alarm statuses* such as temperature and
heater break alarms independently for each channel.
* Alarm statuses of Temperature alarm 1, Temperature alarm 2, Burnout alarm, Heater break alarm, Loop
break alarm, AI alarm 1, and AI alarm 2.
For H-DO-C type modules, dedicated alarms or control unit operations can be independently output as
event outputs.
H-DO-A (8 points output type)
DO1 to 4
(4 points/
common)
DO1 to 4
(All channel
independent
common)
DO1 to 8
(8 points/
common)
DO5 to 8
(4 points/
common)
Relay contact output type
H-DO-B (4 points output type)
Open collector output type
H-DO-C (8 points output type) *
DO1 to 8
(8 points/common)
Relay contact output type
H-DO-D (16 points output type)
DO1 to 16
Vcc: 2 points (8 points/common)
GND: 2 points (8 points/common)
* H-DO-C module (event output function)
and the H-PCP module with the
specification of ladder communication
cannot be selected at the same time.
Open collector output type
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3.9.2 Terminal configuration
H-DO-A type
H-DO-B type
COM
1
NO
COM
1
1
DO1
2
2
2
NO
DO2
3
3
3
4
4
NO
DO4
5
5
COM
6
6
5
24 V DC
+
6
8
NO
9
9
DO3
7
7
NO
Unused
NO
DO5
NO
7
8
DO2
NO
DO3
NO
4
DO1
NO
DO6
8
DO4
NO
DO7
9
DO8
NO
10
Relay
contact
output
10
10
Open collector
output
Relay contact
output
H-DO-C type
Unused
H-DO-D type
COM
1
COM2 (+) 20
10
COM1 (+)
COM2 (-) 19
9
COM1 (-)
DO16
18
8
DO8
DO15
17
7
DO7
DO14
16
6
DO6
DO13
15
5
DO5
DO12
14
4
DO4
DO11
13
3
DO3
DO10
12
2
DO2
DO9
11
1
DO1
DO1
2
DO2
3
DO3
4
DO4
5
6
24 V DC
+
7
8
9
10
DO5
DO6
DO7
DO8
Open collector
output
In using the open collector output, an external
power supply of 24 V DC is required.
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collector
output
Open
MIL connector
pin arrangement collector
output
Connector to be used:
HIF3BA-20PA-2.54DS(71)
(MIL-standard compliant)
Manufactured by HIROSE ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
Mating socket: HIF3BA-20D-2.54R
Manufactured by HIROSE ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
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3.9.3 Functional description
(1) Alarm output function (only for H-DO-A, H-DO-B and H-DO-D types)
Alarm output function types
Any alarm selected from the following alarm output functions can be output for each channel.
Temperature alarm output (alarm 1 and alarm 2)
This alarm is output when the measured value (PV) of the H-TIO module is within the alarm setting
range.
The alarm 1 and alarm 2 are output for each channel.
Heater break alarm output
This alarm is output for each channel when the heater current detected by the current transformer is
within the heater break alarm setting range.
Burnout alarm output
This alarm is output for each channel when the input (sensor) breaks or the input value exceeds the
scaling range.
Loop break alarm output
This alarm is output for each channel when an error occurs in the control loop.
AI alarm output (AI alarm 1 and AI alarm 2)
This alarm is output when the measured value (PV) of the H-AI module is within the AI alarm setting
range. The AI alarm 1 and AI alarm 2 are output for each channel.
Output type
Relay contact output (H-DO-A and H-DO-B type)
H-DO-A type
H-DO-B type
Output status: 1 a contact output
All point independent common output
4 points/common
COM
NO
NO
NO
NO
1
Rating: 250 V AC, 24 V DC
Maximum load current:
1 A/point (Resistive load)
4 A/common (Resistive load)
DO1
NO
2
3
DO2
Rating: 250 V AC, 24 V DC
Maximum load current:
1 A/point (Resistive load)
NO
4
6
DO3
NO
7
8
DO4
NO
9
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Open collector output (H-DO-A and H-DO-C type)
The output status is an 8 points/common open collector output.
For the internal circuit driver of the H-DO module, connect the minus ( ) terminal of an external
power supply (24 V DC) to the number 6 terminal and connect the positive (+) terminal of the power
supply to the common line of each output.
In using the open collector output, an external power supply of 24 V DC is required.
Note that if this power supply is not connected, there will be no output from the
module.
COM
1
DO1
2
DO2
3
DO3
4
External power supply (24 V DC)
DO4
5
6
Load voltage: 12 to 24 V DC
Maximum load current:
0.1 A/point
0.8 A/common
24 V DC
+
7
8
9
10
DO5
DO6
DO7
DO8
Open collector output wiring example
COM (+)
1
Load
2
DO1
Load
12 to 24 V DC
+
-
10
DO8
6
COM (-)
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Open collector output (H-DO-D type)
The output type becomes the transistor sink load output of 16 channels/2 commons (output type: 2 8
points/common).
In order to drive the output circuit within the H-DO module, connect a minus line ( ) of the external
power supply (24 V DC) to the number 9 pin on the DO1 to DO8 side, and a plus line (+) of the same
power supply to the number 10 pin and the common line of each point from DO1 to DO8.
In addition, connect a minus line ( ) of the external power supply (24 V DC) to the number 19 pin on
the DO9 to DO16 side, and a plus line (+) of the same power supply to the number 19 pin and the
common line of each point from DO9 to DO16.
In using the open collector output, an external power supply of 24 V DC is required.
Note that if this power supply is not connected, there will be no output from the
module.
External power supply (24 V DC)
COM2 (+) 20 10 COM1 (+)
COM2 (-) 19
9
COM1 (-)
DO16 18
8
DO8
DO15 17
7
DO7
DO14 16
6
DO6
DO13 15
5
DO5
DO12 14
4
DO4
DO11 13
3
DO3
DO10 12
2
DO2
DO9 11
1
DO1
MIL connector pin arrangement
(Front view)
Load voltage:
12 to 24 V DC
Maximum load current:
0.05 A/point
0.4 A/common
Connector type: HIF3BA-20PA-2.54DS(71)
(MIL-standard compliant)
Manufactured by
HIROSE ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
Mating socket: HIF3BA-20D-2.54R
Manufactured by
HIROSE ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
The following socket may also be fitted.
AXM120415 (With strain relief)
Manufactured by Panasonic Corporation.
(Old company name: Matsushita Electric
Works, Ltd.)
Open collector output wiring example
COM (+)
Load
COM (+)
20
Load
11
DO9
Load
12 to 24 V DC
+
-
74
1
DO1
Load
18
DO16
COM (-)
10
12 to 24 V DC
19
+
-
8
DO8
COM (-)
9
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Alarm assignment
One H-DO-A or H-DO-B module is divided into each block (4 points/block) for the respective alarm
type. Thus, four points per block are output.
One H-DO-D module is divided into each block (8 points/block) to output the respective alarm type.
The alarm type to be output can be freely selected for each block.
Alarm types
Temperature alarm 1
Loop break alarm (LBA)
Temperature alarm 2
AI alarm 1
Heater break alarm (HBA)
AI alarm 2
Burnout alarm
Unused (No alarm)
Digital output(DO) grouping
H-DO-A module
H-DO-B module
Digital output 1
Digital output 2
Digital output 3
Digital output 4
Digital output 5
Digital output 6
Digital output 7
Digital output 8
Digital output 1
Digital output 2
Block 1
Block 1
Digital output 3
Block 2
Digital output 4
H-DO-D module
MIL connector pin arrangement
20 10
19 9
Block 2
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18 8
Digital output 8
Digital output 15
17 7
Digital output 7
Digital output 14
16 6
Digital output 6
Digital output 13
15 5
Digital output 5
Digital output 12
14 4
Digital output 4
Digital output 11
13 3
Digital output 3
Digital output 10
12 2
Digital output 2
Digital output 9
11 1
Digital output 1
Block 1
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[Example]
When the temperature alarm 1 and heater break alarms of the H-TIO-B module are output
independently for each channel by the H-DO-A module.
Block 1 (DO1 to 4): Temperature alarm 1
Block 2 (DO5 to 8): Temperature alarm 1
Block 3 (DO9 to 12): Temperature alarm 1
Block 4 (DO13 to 16): Heater break alarm
Temperature alarm 1 CH1 to 4
Block 1 (DO1 to 4)
H-TIO-B module
Temperature alarm 1 CH9 to 12
Block 3 (DO9 to 12)
H-DO-A module
CH1
CH3
CH5
CH7
CH9
CH11
CH2
CH4
CH6
CH8
CH10 CH12
Temperature alarm 1 CH5 to 8
Block 2 (DO5 to 8)
The assignment of channel
number of H-TIO-B modules to
the terminals of H-DO-A
modules is done automatically
from the top of the terminal of
the H-DO-A module installed at
the far left.
Heater break alarm CH1 to 4
Block 4 (DO13 to 16)
No assigned channel can be skipped. Terminals corresponding to the channel which does not
use various alarms become vacant (unused).
Each alarm can be assigned from the dedicated host computer via communication.
For details on alarm selection, refer to SR Mini/SR Mini HG SYSTEM Supplementary
Information Initialize Settings [Extended Communications] (IMSRM07-E ).
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(2) Event output function (Only for H-DO-C type)
The event output function enables up to eight points to be output per module of unique alarms
different from ordinary temperature and AI alarms, control unit operations and comparison results
which are output only under certain conditions.
The function can be set for each channel of the H-DO-C module.
Extension alarm output function
An extension alarm is output independently of H-TIO module alarms.
As it is independently set, it can be provided as a dedicated alarm output.
The event output function enables up to eight points to be output per module of unique alarms
different from ordinary temperature and AI alarms, control unit operations and comparison results
which are output only under certain conditions.
The function can be set for each channel of the H-DO-C module.
Extension alarm output function
An extension alarm is output independently of H-TIO module alarms.
As it is independently set, it can be provided as a dedicated alarm output.
Event DO
function
selection
Temperature
deviation alarm
Event DO
corresponding
channel setting
1 to 20 CH
(H-TIO/H-CIO
module)
Temperature
process alarm
1 to 20 CH
(H-TIO/H-CIO
module)
1 to 20 CH
(H-TIO/H-CIO
module)
1 to 40 CH
(H-AI module)
1 to 40 CH
(H-TI module)
Temperature set
value alarm
AI process alarm
TI process alarm
Event DO mode select setting
High alarm, Low alarm, High/low alarm, Band alarm
High alarm 1, Low alarm 1, High/low alarm 1, Band
alarm 1
High alarm 2, Low alarm 2, High/low alarm 2
High alarm, Low alarm
High alarm 1, Low alarm 1
High alarm, Low alarm
High alarm, Low alarm
High alarm 1, Low alarm 1
High alarm, Low alarm
High alarm 1, Low alarm 1
1
With hold action
2
With re-hold action
Extension alarm output is different from the ordinary alarm output from the H-DO-A/B type
module. Similarly, the ordinary alarm cannot be output from the H-DO-C type module (for
event output).
The alarm differential gap and alarm delay timer are commonly set.
H-DO-C module (event output function) and the H-PCP module with the specification of
ladder communication cannot be selected at the same time.
Each alarm can be assigned from the dedicated host computer via communication.
For details on alarm selection, refer to SR Mini/SR Mini HG SYSTEM Supplementary
Information Initialize Settings [Extended Communications] (IMSRM07-E ).
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Status output function
This function is used to output the control unit action status other than the extension alarm output in
addition to the ordinary alarm output states (Alarm 1 status, etc.).
Event DO function
selection
Unused (Manual mode)
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Burnout
Heater break alarm (HBA)
AI alarm 1
AI alarm 2
Loop break alarm (LBA)
PID/AT
TI alarm 1
TI alarm 2
TI burnout
Event DI logic output status
Event DO corresponding channel
setting
Event DO mode
select setting
1 to 20 CH (H-TIO/H-CIO module)
1 to 20 CH (H-TIO/H-CIO module)
1 to 20 CH (H-TIO/H-CIO module)
1 to 20 CH (H-TIO module)
1 to 40 CH (H-AI module)
1 to 40 CH (H-AI module)
1 to 20 CH (H-TIO/H-CIO module)
1 CH
1 to 40 CH (H-TI module)
1 to 40 CH (H-TI module)
1 to 40 CH (H-TI module)
1 to 40 CH (H-DI-B module)
Each event output can be assigned from the dedicated host computer via communication.
For details on event output selection, refer to SR Mini/SR Mini HG SYSTEM Supplementary
Information Initialize Settings [Extended Communications] (IMSRM07-E ).
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Data comparison output function
This function is used to output the result of comparison between the measured value and measured
value (or set value and set value) within the same group.
Event DO function selection
Temperature input measured value (PV)
comparison
Event DO
corresponding
channel setting
Event DO mode
select setting
Data 1
Data 2
1 to 20 CH
(H-TIO/H-CIO module)
1 to 20 CH
(H-TIO/H-CIO module)
1 to 20 CH
(H-TIO/H-CIO module)
1 to 20 CH
(H-TIO/H-CIO module)
1 to 40 CH
(H-AI module)
1 to 40 CH
(H-AI module)
1 to 40 CH
(H-TI module)
1 to 40 CH
(H-TI module)
Comparison between PV and PV
Temperature set value (SV) comparison
Comparison between SV and SV
AI input measured value (PV) comparison
Comparison between PV and PV
TI input measured value (PV) comparison
Comparison between PV and PV
[Relationship between output and comparison]
Computing equation: The output turns ON at (Data 2)
(Data 1)
0
This means:
The output turns ON if (Data 2) is smaller than or equal to (Data 1).
{Data 2
Data 1}
The output turns OFF if (Data 2) is larger than (Data 1).
{Data 2
Data 1}
The differential gap during comparison can be set. (All channel common setting)
Setting range: 0.00 to 10.00 of input range
Each event output can be assigned from the dedicated host computer via communication.
For details on event output selection, refer to SR Mini/SR Mini HG SYSTEM Supplementary
Information Initialize Settings [Extended Communications] (IMSRM07-E ).
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3.10 H-AI Module
3.10.1 Outline
The H-AI module is specially for analog input (Voltage/Current input).
This module is used to monitor measured value, current value, etc. in the production line using
external analog signals (Voltage/Current signals).
H-AI-A type
H-AI-B type
AI 1
AI 1
AI 2
AI 2
AI 3
AI 4
(Not isolated between
each input channel)
(Isolated between
each input channel)
3.10.2 Terminal configuration
H-AI-A type
H-AI-B type
1
AI 1
+
1
2
AI 1
+
2
AI 2
3
+
Voltage/Current
input
4
5
Voltage/Current
input
AI 3
+
6
7
8
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AI 4
+
7
AI 2
+
8
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3.10.3 Functional description
AI alarm function
For the H-AI module, two types of alarm are available per channel as standard (AI alarm 1 and AI
alarm 2). Alarm types are those selected by the H-PCP module.
Alarm type: Process high alarm, Process low alarm, Process high alarm with hold action,
Process low alarm with hold action
AI alarm types
Process high alarm
ON area
Process low alarm
ON area
Alarm setting
ON point
Alarm setting
ON point
An AI alarm is different from a temperature alarm built in the H-TIO module.
Each AI alarm can be output as summary output (OR output) from the digital output block in
the H-PCP-A/B module. For details, refer to 3.3 H-PCP Module (P. 36).
The respective alarm (AI alarm 1/2) can be output independently for each channel by
connecting the H-DO-A/B/D module. For details, refer to 3.9 H-DO Module (P. 70).
Scaling function
This function is used to specify the display range (scaling) of the input value to the H-AI module.
[Example]
When the display range is scaled to 0 to 100 for a current input of 4 to 20 mA.
Display
100
0
4 mA
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Current input
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Input calibration function
This function is used to forcibly match the displayed value with the zero or full scale point for the
purpose of correcting the AI zero or full scale point.
If the displayed value deviates from the H-AI module input value, the displayed value is calibrated
(corrected) at its zero and full scale points so as to match the H-AI module input value.
[Example]
Display of motor r.p.m.*
1000 rpm
Minimum
Maximum
6 rpm.
985 rpm.
Desired display
Actual display
Displayed
value
Calibration
Actual display
0 rpm
Min.
AI input level
Max.
Minimum
Maximum
0 rpm.
1000 rpm.
Desired display
The maximum or minimum displayed value may deviate from the desired value due to an error
occurring in the external motor r.p.m.* output signal, shunt resistor or current transformer.
At this time, the displayed value is forcibly matched with the input corresponding to the maximum or
minimum value, thereby matching the displayed value with the actual r.p.m.*
More accurate monitoring becomes possible if calibration is performed by referring to the output from
a tachometer (clamp meter for current measurement).
* r.p.m: revolutions per minute
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3.11 H-AO Module
3.11.1 Outline
This module is used to output analog signals corresponding to measured value (PV), set value (SV),
etc. of the control unit to record product line states and to set external devices remotely.
It can also be used for motor r.p.m.* open loop control in combination with the H-AI module.
* r.p.m: revolutions per minute
H-AO-A type
H-AO-B type
AO 1
AO 1
AO 2
AO 2
AO 3
AO 4
(Not isolated between
each channel)
(Isolated between
each channel)
3.11.2 Terminal configuration
H-AO-A type
H-AO-B type
1
AO 1
+
1
2
3
2
AO 2
+
Voltage/Current
output
4
5
AO 1
+
Voltage/Current
output
AO 3
+
6
7
8
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+
7
AO 2
+
8
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3.11.3 Functional description
Analog output function
The H-AO module can output control unit related data to a recorder, etc. as analog signal.
Data item to be output
Corresponding channel range
Temperature measured value (PV)
1 to 20 CH (H-TIO/H-CIO module)
Temperature set value (SV)
1 to 20 CH (H-TIO/H-CIO module)
Temperature deviation value
1 to 20 CH (H-TIO/H-CIO module)
Heat-side control output value
1 to 20 CH (H-TIO/H-CIO module)
Cool-side control output value
1 to 20 CH (H-TIO/H-CIO module)
H-AI module input value
1 to 40 CH (H-AI module)
H-TI module input value
1 to 40 CH (H-TI module)
H-TIO-K module feedback resistance input value
1 to 10 CH (H-TIO-K module)
Data can be output for each control unit.
When the control unit is multi-drop connected, no data on other control units can be output.
Output change rate limit function
This function is used to restrict rapid analog output changes.
The settings of the function becomes valid in manual mode.
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Zooming function
Can be set from 0 to 100
(High Low)
for each of the high and low sides of the relevant output data.
[Example]
When a temperature of 100 to 200 C at measured
Current output
value (PV) 1 is necessary to recorded for the
temperature range from 0 to 400 C.
20 mA
Set the relevant values as follows.
AO function selection = Temperature measured value
Setting of channel corresponding to AO = 1 CH
AO zoom high = 50 %
4 mA
AO zoom low = 25 %
In this case, a percentage of 0 to 100 % is output
0
between 100 and 200 C.
100
200
300
400
PV ( C)
The setting of the zoom function becomes valid in recorder output mode.
AO display scaling function
Any analog output from the H-AO module can match 1 to 5 V or 4 to 20 mA on the display.
[Example]
A screen display of 0 to 400 C is required by
using the H-AO module with an output of 4 to 20
mA. Set the relevant values as follows.
AO display scale high: 400
AO display scale low: 0
Thus, a temperature of 0 C is displayed at an
output of 4 mA, and a temperature of 400 C, at an
output of 20 mA.
Display
400 C
0 C
4 mA
20 mA
Current
output
The setting of the AO display scaling function becomes valid in manual mode.
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Output calibration function
If some deviation occurs between the output value of the H-AO module and the actual operation of
externally connected equipment, this function is used to forcibly correct the output signal of the H-AO
modules at the zero and full scale points.
For example, if the number of motor revolutions is set using the H-AO module with an output signal
of 1 to 5 V, but the voltage value corresponding the actual number of revolutions is 0.1 V lower than
the output value of the H-AO module, a correction of +2.5 % at the zero point changes the output
value of the H-AO module to 1.1 to 5.1 V, thereby matching the AO displayed value to the actual
number of revolutions.
If the zero point is corrected, the full scale point is also corrected by the same amount.
If the full scale point is corrected, no zero point is corrected.
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!
WARNING
To prevent electric shock or instrument failure, always turn off the power before
mounting or removing the instrument.
4.1 Mounting Cautions
(1) This instrument is intended to be used under the following environmental conditions.
(IEC61010-1) [OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY II, POLLUTION DEGREE 2]
(2) Use this instrument within the following environment conditions:
Allowable ambient temperature: 0 to 50 C
Allowable ambient humidity:
45 to 85 % RH
(Absolute humidity: MAX.W.C 29.3 g/m3 dry air at 101.3 kPa)
Installation environment conditions:
Indoor use
Altitude up to 2000 m
(3) Avoid the following conditions when selecting the mounting location:
Rapid changes in ambient temperature which may cause condensation.
Corrosive or inflammable gases.
Direct vibration or shock to the mainframe.
Water, oil, chemicals, vapor or steam splashes.
Excessive dust, salt or iron particles.
Excessive induction noise, static electricity, magnetic fields or noise.
Direct air flow from an air conditioner.
Exposure to direct sunlight.
Excessive heat accumulation.
(4) In case this instrument is connected to a supply by means of a permanent connection a switch or
circuit-breaker shall be included in the installation. This shall be in close proximity to the
equipment and within easy reach of the operator. It shall be marked as the disconnecting device for
the equipment.
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4.2 Mounting Position Within Panel
Mount this instrument in the panel most suited to the environment and to facilitate operation and
maintenance.
(1) Mounting precautions
Cooling fun
Temperature considerations
Allow enough ventilation space.
Do not mount this instrument directly above equipment which
generates heat (heaters, transformers, large resistors, etc.).
If the ambient temperature rises above 50 C, cool the panel
inside using a forced fan or cooler. Cooled air should not blow
directly on this instrument.
Instrument
Fresh air inlet
Instrument
Filter
Humidity considerations
Example of cooling panel
Condensation may form in the instrument due to rapid changes in temperatures by turning the air
conditioner on or off. Such condensation can cause instrument malfunctions due to insulation
deterioration or shorting. To prevent the risk of condensation, always turn on the power or pre-heat the
instrument using space heaters.
Panel vibration or impact considerations
Isolate the panel from external vibration or shock using rubber vibration insulators.
If the electromagnetic switches cause vibration when they operate within the panel, isolate the
switches using rubber vibration insulators.
Environment considerations
If dust, steam, soot or poisonous gas exists, purge the panel inside using clean air and create a slight
positive pressure inside the panel to keep out the harmful gases.
Ease of operations and maintenance considerations
To ensure safety for maintenance and operation, separate the instrument from high voltage equipment
or rotating machinery where possible.
Anti-noise considerations
Do not install the instrument in a panel where high-voltage
equipment is installed.
Separate the instrument from rotating machinery lines by
more than 200 mm.
Rotating machinery lines
200 mm or more
200 mm
or more
Instrument
Distance from rotating machinery lines
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(2) Example of mounting within panel
As the mounting position of the H-PCP module is fixed to be on the left hand end of the
function modules, be careful not to neglect to take this position when mounting the
modules. (Refer to the following figure)
Operation panel
H-PCP
module
Function modules
Operation panel
Host computer
H-PCP Function modules
module
Separation of
50 mm or more
H-PCP
module
H-PCP
module
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Separation of
50 mm or more
Separation of
50 mm or more
Separation of
50 mm or more
: Represents the ceiling of the panel or the wiring ducts, etc.
Host computer
Function modules
Separation of
50 mm or more
Separation of
50 mm or more
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4.3 Dimensions
External dimensions
24
23.5
48
47.5
9
4
(Unit: mm)
96
96
*
100
102
3.5
3.5
100
102
(With
the terminal cover
fixed to the module)
(With the terminal cover
fixed to the module)
H-PCP module
24 9
23.5
96
100
3.5
3.5
96
48
47.5
9
Single type module
107
102
(With the terminal cover
fixed to the module)
Double type module
H-DO-D module
*Dotted-line section: Terminal cover
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Module mounting depth (For DIN rail mounting)
The mounting depth of each module is 108 mm from the mounting surface inside the panel to the front
of the module with the module mounted on the DIN rail. However, when modular connector cables are
plugged in, additional depth is required.
(Unit: mm)
Approx.
50
108
4.4 Mounting the Mother Block
The mother block can be mounted to a panel or DIN rail.
Mount the H-PCP module on the left side of the control unit.
Panel mounting directions
1. Refer to both the panel mounting dimensions below and the 4.3 Dimensions (P. 90) when
selecting the location.
(Unit: mm)
4-M3
2-M3
Double type module
Single type module
24
24
77
24
77
77
24
Dimensions for multiple
module mounting.
2. Remove the module from the mother block. For details of removing the module, refer to
4.7 Removing the Module Mainframe (P. 94).
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3. Connect the mother blocks together before tightening the screws on the panel.
(Customer must provide the set screws)
M3
10
Tightening torque
Recommended value: 0.3 N m (3 kgf cm)
When the mother block is mounted on the
panel, 50 mm or more space is required at the
top and bottom of the mother block to attach
the module mainframe.
Mother block
DIN rail mounting directions
1. Remove the module mainframe from the mother block. For details of removing the module
mainframe, refer to 4.7 Removing the Module Mainframe (P. 94).
2. Pull down the locking device at the bottom of the mother block. (*1)
For the double type, as there are two locking devices, pull down both of them.
3. Attach the top bracket of the mother block to the DIN rail and push the lower section into place
on the DIN rail. (*2)
4. Slide the locking devices up to secure the mother block to the DIN rail. (*3)
5. Slide connectors together to complete mother block installation. (*4)
*1
*4
*2
*3
Locking device
Single type mother block mounting
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*1
*4
*2
*3
Locking device
Double type mother block mounting
When the mother block is mounted on panel, 50 mm or more space is required at the
top and bottom of the mother block to attach the module mainframe.
4.5 Mounting the Module Mainframe
It engages the module with the mother block that is mounted on DIN rail or a panel.
1. Place the module mainframe opening on top of the mother block tab. (*1)
2. Snap the lower part of module mainframe on to the mother block. (*2)
A snapping sound will be heard when module mainframe is securely connected to mother block.
Tab at top of mother block
*1
Opening at top of module
Single type module
*2
Tab at top of mother block
*1
Opening at top of module
Double type module
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4.6 Fixing of the Control Unit (For DIN Rail Mounting)
Mounting the fixture (accessory) to the both end of control unit.
1. Attach the bottom of the holding clips to the DIN rail and push the top section into place on the DIN
rail. (*1)
2. After the top of the holding clips is snugly attached to the top of the DIN rail. (*2)
3. Tighten the screw with a screwdriver. (*3)
*2
*1
DIN rail
*3
holding clips
holding clips
4.7 Removing the Module Mainframe
It detaches the module from the mother block that is mounted on DIN rail or a panel.
To separate the module mainframe from the mother block, press the bottom on the module, lifting
upward, to release connection.
Module mainframe
Mother block
Module mainframe
Upper
section
Lower
section
Mother block
Press bottom of module
and lift upward to release
The figures above are for the double type module. The single type module can also be
removed in the same way.
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4.8 Terminal Covers
Terminal covers snap on to protect the module terminals. These covers can be permanently secured to
the module using a 3 8 mm self-tapping round head, taper thread screw. (Customer must provide
screws)
Terminal cover
Pre-drilled hole for a
permanently securing
terminal cover
3 8 mm self-tapping round head,
taper thread screw
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5. WIRING
WARNING
!
To prevent electric shock or instrument failure, do not turn on the power until all
wiring is completed. Make sure that the wiring is correct before applying power
to the instrument.
5.1 Wiring Cautions
Power supply wiring
Use power supply as specified in power supply rated voltage range.
Power supply wiring must be twisted and have a low voltage drop.
Provide separate power supply for this instrument independent of other input/output circuits, motors,
equipment and operating circuits.
If there is electrical noise in the vicinity of the instrument that could affect operation, use a noise filter.
Shorten the distance between the twisted power supply wire pitches to achieve the most
effective noise reduction.
Always install the noise filter on a grounded panel.
Minimize the wiring distance between the noise filter output and the instrument power supply
terminals to achieve the most effective noise reduction.
Do not connect fuses or switches to the noise filter output wiring as this will reduce the
effectiveness of the noise filter.
Take into consideration the instrument power supply voltage and filter frequency
characteristics when selecting the most effective noise filter.
AC/DC
converter
H-PCP module
*1
11
Insulaion
transformer *2
1:1
12
Breaker
L (+)
100 to 120 V AC
13
N (-)
14
*1: For 24 V DC type
*2: For 100 to 120 V AC/
200 to 240 V AC type
Power
supply
(Specify when
ordering)
15
Other power supply
200 to 240 V AC
24 V DC
Ground
Multi-drop connection
to the control unit
For an instrument with 24 V power supply, supply input, supply power from “SELV” circuit defined
as IEC 60950-1.
A suitable power supply should be considered in end-use equipment. The power supply must be in
compliance with a limited-energy circuits (maximum available current of 8 A).
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Input/Output wiring
For thermocouple input, use the appropriate compensation wire.
For RTD input, use low resistance lead wire with no difference in resistance between the three lead
wires.
Signal connected to Voltage input and Current input shall be low voltage defined as “SELV” circuit
per IEC 60950-1.
Use independent ducts for the input/output wires and power circuits inside and outside the panel.
If input/output wires have to be placed in the same duct as the power circuits, use shielded wires.
Ground the shield to reject any noise generated by the floating capacitance between the cores and
shield or by a grounding potential.
Example: When signal source is grounded, ground the shield to the signal source side.
Signal source
Instrument
Shield
Example: When signal source is not grounded, ground the shield to the instrument side.
Signal source
Shield
Instrument
Ground wiring
Use grounding wires with a cross section area of 2.0 mm2 or more.
Control unit 1
Ground terminal
Other
equipment
Control unit 2
Ground terminal
Insulation
Ground
FAIL output wiring
Configure the external relay circuit of the FAIL output so that instrument failure does not affect the
entire system. Configuration of an emergency stop circuit is also required to protect the system.
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5.2 Wiring of Each Modules
For details on terminal configuration of each modules, refer to 3. DESCRIPTION OF
EACH MODULES (P. 28).
Re-confirmation of the specifications
Re-confirm the input/output specifications of each module.
In particular, take adequate care of the input current and voltage for the inputs, and the output current
and voltage for the outputs. If a voltage is applied or if a current flows exceeding the maximum
opening/closing capacity, this will cause the problems such as breakdowns, damage, fires, etc.
Cautions for wiring
Configure the wiring so that it will be easy to carry out the replacement of modules.
Confirm that each module is securely attached to the mother block.
Confirm that the terminal panels and connectors are securely attached to the modules.
Do not excessively tighten the terminal screws. In addition, use the solderless V1.25 3
terminal appropriate to the screw size.
5.5 MAX
Screw size:
Power supply terminals (H-PCP-A/B): M3×7
Input/Output terminals:
M3×6 (with 5.8×8 square washer)
Recommended tightening torque:
0.4 N m (4 kgf cm)
Applicable wire:
Solid/twisted wire of 0.25 to 1.65 mm2
Specified solderless terminals:
Power supply terminals (H-PCP-A/B): Circular terminal with isolation V1.25-3 *
Input/Output terminals:
Circular terminal with isolation V1.25-MS3
Manufactured by J.S.T MFG CO., LTD.
* If solderless terminal lugs are used, a terminal cover is not kept.
Make sure that during field wiring parts of conductors can not come into
contact with adjacent conductive parts.
3.2 MIN
5.0
9.0 mm
4 mm
V1.25 MS3
5.5 MAX
3.2 MIN
5.6 mm
5.0
9.0 mm
Leakage current at 24 V DC input
When a two-wire system sensor (proximity switch or photoelectric switch) or limit switch with LED is
used, the lamp may light due to leakage current or incorrect input.
No problem arises for a leakage current of less than 0.75 mA, but for 0.75 mA or more, connect a
bleeder resistor as shown in figure to lower the input impedance.
Input power
supply
DI module
Bleeder resistor
Two-wire system
sensor, etc.
R=
W=
41.6
k or smaller
10.4 I - 4
2.3
W or larger
R
I:
R:
Device leakage current
Bleeder resistance value ( )
W: Watt generated in bleeder resistor (W)
[Reference] The above equations are obtained from the following equations.
R
Input voltage (24)
Input voltage (2.3)
I
R+
OFF voltage (4)
Input voltage (24)
Input voltage (2.3)
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H-TIO module wiring saving
As the output terminals for voltage pulse output or 1 to 5 V DC voltage output commonly use the
minus line in the control unit, it is possible to omit the remaining wiring on the minus side by
commonly using a minus terminal on one module.
Connect a common minus wire to any of the minus side output terminals on the H-TIO module (any of
OUT1 or OUT2 is available).
[Example]
When twelve SSR units are connected to six H-TIO-B voltage pulse output type modules
Six H-TIO-B modules (voltage pulse output): Output total, 12 points
Connecting
terminals
Common
minus wire
SSR
SSR
SSR
SSR
SSR
SSR
SSR
SSR
SSR
SSR
SSR
SSR
For control output types other than voltage pulse output and 1 to 5 V DC voltage output, no
common minus can be connected.
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6. IN CASE OF TROUBLE
6.1 Troubleshooting
This section lists some basic causes and solutions to be taken when any problem would arise in this
instrument. If you can not solve a problem, please contact RKC sales office or the agent, on
confirming the type name and specifications of the product.
If the instrument is necessary to be replaced, observe the following warning.
!
WARNING
To prevent electric shock or instrument failure, always turn off the system
power before replacing the instrument.
To prevent electric shock or instrument failure, always turn off the power
before mounting or removing the instrument.
To prevent electric shock or instrument failure, do not turn on the power until
all wiring is completed. Make sure that the wiring is correct before applying
power to the instrument.
To prevent electric shock or instrument failure, do not touch the inside of the
instrument.
All wiring must be performed by authorized personnel with electrical
experience in this type of work.
CAUTION
All wiring must be completed before power is turned on to prevent electric shock,
instrument failure, or incorrect action. The power must be turned off before repairing work
for input break and output failure including replacement of sensor, contactor or SSR, and
all wiring must be completed before power is turned on again.
If you add or delete a function module, or change the arrangement of the modules, or
replace a module with a different model, be sure to perform “Module initialization
(identifier CL)” before setting the data. “Module initialization” stores the new module
configuration in the H-PCP module. If data is set before “Module initialization” is
performed, the H-PCP module will set the previously stored initial data of the old modules
in the new modules, which may cause malfunction.
For details on how to initialize the module, refer to SR Mini/SR Mini HG SYSTEM
Supplementary Information Initialize Settings [Extended Communications]
(IMSRM07-E ).
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(1) H-PCP module
Problem
RUN lamp does not light up
Probable cause
Solution
Power not being supplied
Check external breaker etc.
Appropriate power supply
voltage not being supplied
Check the power supply
Power supply terminal contact
defect
Tighten more
Power supply section defect
Replace H-PCP module
Module out of place
Install back in place
The module was not initialized
after the module configuration
was changed
Execute Module initialization or
return the configuration to its
original specifications
Wrong connection, no
connection or disconnection of
the communication cable
Confirm the connection method
or condition and connect
correctly
Breakage, wrong wiring, or
imperfect contact of the
communication cable
Confirm the wiring or connector
and repair or replace the wrong
one
CPU section defect
Replace H-PCP module
Output allocation defect
Check the allocation settings
Output circuit defect
Replace H-PCP module
FAIL is output
H-PCP module CPU section,
power section defect
Replace H-PCP module
FAIL is output
(but FAIL lamp not lit up)
RUN lamp stays lit
The module was not initialized
after the module configuration
was changed
Execute Module initialization or
return the configuration to its
original specifications
Module out of place
Install back in place
RUN lamp stays lit
RX1, RX2 (data reception) lamp
does not flash
TX1, TX2 (data transmission)
lamp does not flash
DO is not output
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(2) H-DI, H-AI, H-TI module
Problem
RUN lamp does not flash
Probable cause
Solution
Power line defect
Replace mother block
Power supply section defect
Replace H-PCP module
CPU section breakdown
Replace module
Module different from system
specifications inserted
Replace with module matching
specifications
Maximum number of linkable
units exceeded
Eliminate a module
FAIL lamp lit up
CPU section breakdown
Replace module
No input values change
System set to Unused mode
Switch to Used mode
Main CPU section breakdown
Replace H-PCP module
Bus line defect
Replace mother block
Sensor break
Replace sensor
Terminal improperly tightened
Tighten more
RUN lamp stays lit
Specific input value does not
change
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System set to Unused mode
Switch to Used mode
Input circuit, CPU breakdown
Replace module
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(3) H-TIO, H-CIO module
Problem
RUN lamp does not flash
Probable cause
Solution
Power line defect
Replace mother block
Power supply section defect
Replace H-PCP module
CPU section breakdown
Replace module
Module different from system
specifications inserted
Replace with module matching
specifications
Maximum number of linkable
units exceeded
Eliminate a module
FAIL lamp lit up
CPU section breakdown
Replace module
Specific output not output
Input cut line
Replace sensor
External operating device defect
Inspect external operating
devices
Output section miss-wiring, cut
line
Inspect wiring; replace as
necessary
Terminal screw loose
Tighten more
Output circuit, CPU breakdown
Replace module
Bus line defect
Replace mother block
RUN lamp stays lit
No outputs operate
System set to STOP mode
Switch to RUN mode
System set to Unused mode
Switch to Used mode
Load power not supplied
Supply power
Load power supply voltage
outside rating
Change to voltage within rating
Main CPU section breakdown
Replace H-PCP module
Bus line defect
Replace mother block
Output relay contacts stuck
Replace module
External operation device
recovery defect due to leakage
current at surge killer etc.
Reevaluate surge killer;
reevaluate external operating
device
Output circuit, CPU breakdown
Replace module
No output relays go off
Main CPU section breakdown
Replace H-PCP module
Output chattering ON/OFF with
extremely short period
Terminal tightening defect
Tighten more
ON/OFF with extremely short
period
Control period too short
Change period setting
Malfunction due to excess noise
Investigate noise filter
installation
No input values change
System set to Unused mode
Switch to Used mode
Main CPU section breakdown
Replace H-PCP module
Bus line defect
Replace mother block
Specific output relay does not go
off
Continued on the next page.
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Continued from the previous page.
Problem
Specific input value does not
change
Control unstable
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Probable cause
Solution
Sensor break
Replace sensor
Terminal improperly tightened
Tighten more
System set to Unused mode
Switch to Used mode
Input circuit, CPU breakdown
Replace module
PID constant values
inappropriate
Execute autotuning and change
the PID constant settings
Terminal improperly tightened
Tighten more
External operating device
operation defects
Inspect the external operating
device
Output circuit, CPU breakdown
Replace module
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(4) H-DO, H-AO module
Problem
RUN lamp does not flash
Probable cause
Solution
Power line defect
Replace mother block
Power supply section defect
Replace module
CPU section breakdown
Module different from system
specifications inserted
Maximum number of linkable
units exceeded
Replace module
Replace with module matching
specifications
FAIL lamp lit up
CPU section breakdown
Replace module
Specific output not operating
(RUN lamp flashing)
External operating device defect
Inspect external operating device
Output section mis-wiring, cut
line
Inspect wiring; replace as
necessary
Terminal screw loose
Tighten more
Output circuit, CPU breakdown
Replace module
Bus line defect
Replace mother block
Load power not supplied
Load power supply voltage
outside rating
Supply power
Main CPU section breakdown
Replace H-PCP module
Bus line defect
Replace mother block
Output relay contacts stuck
External operation device
recovery defect due to leakage
current at surge killer etc.
Replace module
Reevaluate surge killer;
reevaluate external operating
device
Output circuit, CPU breakdown
Replace module
No output relays go off
Output chattering ON/OFF with
extremely short period
Main CPU section breakdown
Replace H-PCP module
Terminal tightening defect
Tighten more
ON/OFF with extremely short
period
Control period too short
Change period setting
Malfunction due to excess noise
Investigate noise filter
installation
RUN lamp stays lit
No outputs operate
Specific output relay does not go
off
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Change to voltage within rating
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(5) H-CT module
Problem
RUN lamp does not flash
RUN lamp stays lit
FAIL lamp lit up
Electrical current read-in value
abnormal
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Probable cause
Solution
Power line defect
Replace mother block
Power supply section defect
Replace module
CPU section breakdown
Module different from system
specifications inserted
Maximum number of linkable
units exceeded
Replace module
Replace with module matching
specifications
CPU section breakdown
CT sensor different from module
specifications used
Replace module
Heater break
Terminal loose, miss-wiring
between channels
Inspect heater
Tighten terminals, check wiring
Input circuit, CPU breakdown
Replace module
Eliminate a module
Replace CT sensor
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6.2 Module Replacement Procedure
H-PCP module replacement
As all data on PID constants, alarm set values, etc. is managed by the H-PCP module, it
is necessary to re-enter and re-set all data when the H-PCP module is replaced.
However, re-entry and re-set are not required in the following cases.
When data backup software is operating in the module by the external host
computer.
When it is set on the operation panel so that data on the operation panel side is
transferred to the control unit side when the power is turned on again.
To remove the H-PCP module from the mother block, follow the reverse order of module mounting.
Replacement procedure
1. Turn off the power to the control unit.
2. Remove the module mainframe from the mother block.
3. Mount the normal module mainframe.
A snapping sound will be heard when module mainframe is securely connected to mother block.
4. Turn on the power to the control unit.
5. Replacement end
For details on mounting/removing the module mainframe, refer to the 4.5 Mounting the
Module Mainframe (P. 93) and 4.7 Removing the Module Mainframe (P. 94).
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Function module replacement
CAUTION
If you add or delete a function module, or change the arrangement of the modules, or replace a
module with a different model, be sure to perform “Module initialization (identifier CL)”
before setting the data. “Module initialization” stores the new module configuration in the
H-PCP module. If data is set before “Module initialization” is performed, the H-PCP module
will set the previously stored initial data of the old modules in the new modules, which may
cause malfunction.
For details on how to initialize the module, refer to SR Mini/SR Mini HG SYSTEM
Supplementary Information Initialize Settings [Extended Communications]
(IMSRM07-E ).
When replacing the function module with the same model code, initialization of a module is
unnecessary. Before replacing the present module with a new one, set channel operation
mode used in the former to Unused mode. Be careful not to remove the module without
first setting this channel to the Unused mode, otherwise a failure will be output from the
H-PCP module. However, the FAIL lamp of the H-PCP module will not light at this time.
In this instrument, even if a function module is detached, the operation of the other channels
can be continued as before. After mounting the normally operating module, set the channel
used by this module to the Normal mode. This operation causes the previously used
temperature set value, PID constants, etc. to be transmitted from the H-PCP module, and it is
possible to use the module as before.
To remove the function module from the mother block, follow the reverse order of module mounting.
Replacement procedure (When replacing the function module with the same model code)
1. Switch the used channel of the faulty module to Unused mode.
2. Turn off the power to the control unit.
3. Remove the module mainframe from the mother block.
4. Mount the normal module mainframe.
5. Turn on the power to the control unit.
6. Switch the used channel to Normal mode.
This operation causes the previously used temperature set value, PID constants, etc. to be
transmitted from the H-PCP module, and it is possible to use the module as before.
7. Replacement end
For details on mounting/removing the module mainframe, refer to the 4.5 Mounting the
Module Mainframe (P. 93) and 4.7 Removing the Module Mainframe (P. 94).
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Mother block replacement
To remove the mother block, follow the reverse order of mother block mounting.
Replacement procedure
1. Turn off the power to the control unit.
2. Remove the module mainframe from the mother block.
3. Slide the other modules, then separate the mother block from the mother block connector. (*1)
4. Pull down the locking device to remove the mother block. (*2 to *4)
5. After replacing the mother block, mount the module mainframe, then turn on the power.
6. Replacement end
*1
*1
*4
*3
*2
Mother block replacement
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7. FUNCTIONS
7.1 Inputs
(1) PV bias
The value set in the PV bias is added to the actual input value to correct the input value.
The PV bias is used to correct the individual variations in the sensors or when there is difference
between the measured values (PV) of other instruments.
[Example]
When the temperature is measured by two instruments.
When the measured values (PV) are as shown in the
diagram:
CH1 = 200 C
CH2 = 198 C
If a PV bias correction value of +2 C is added to the
measured value of CH2, the displayed value will
become:
Displayed value = measured value (PV) + PV bias
= 198 C + 2 C = 200 C
In this instrument, for a span of 400 C, the PV bias
should be set to:
PV bias = 0.5 %
(400 0.5 % = 2 C)
CH1
CH2
PV1 = 200 C
PV2 = 198 C
(2) Temperature rise completion function
During the sampling of temperature input, when the measured temperature value (PV) comes within
the temperature rise completion range, the temperature rise completion will occur. Further in
considering the case that where the temperature rise completion range has been set in a narrow range,
etc., even if the measured temperature value (PV1) passes through the temperature rise completion
range in the time between the sampling periods (Previous sampling period - This time sampling
period), it is also judged as the temperature rise completion.
But it is only limited to the channel which is the object of the judgement.
PV1
Temperature
rise
completion
Set value (SV)
Sampling period
Previous sampling
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This time sampling
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(3) Soak time
This is the time period between the time that all the channels reach the temperature set value and the
time of the occurrence of the temperature rise completion.
Temperature set value
or
temperature rise
completion range
Soak time
a
b
Temperature rise start
(Simultaneous start
on all channels)
(1)
c
(2)
(3)
Temperature
rise completion
(1) Channel a has reached the temperature rise completion range.
(2) Channel b has reached the temperature rise completion range.
(3) Channel c has reached the temperature rise completion range.
(4) First order lag digital filter
This is a software filter which reduces input value variations caused by noise. If the time constant of
this filter is set appropriately to match the characteristics of the controlled object and the noise level,
the effects of input noise can be suppressed. However, if the time constant is too small, the filter may
not be effective, while if the time constant is too large, then the input response may actually
deteriorate.
(5) Input programmable range function
This function is used to scale the decimal point position and display range from 1999 to 9999 for
voltage/current input.
[Example]
The display range is set form 0.0 to 100.0 for a voltage input of 1 to 5 V DC
Display
100.0
0
1V
5V
Decimal point position
.
.
.
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Range
1999 to 9999
199.9 to 999.9
19.99 to 99.99
1.999 to 9.999
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7.2 Settings
(1) Memory area function
This function is to store the parameters such as set value (SV), etc. in up to eight memories. The
parameters which can be stored as one of memories are set value (SV), first alarm, second alarm,
heat-side proportional band (P), integral time (I), derivative time (D), control response parameter,
cool-side proportional band and deadband/overlap.
The parameters stored in one of eight memories retrieved at necessity and used for control. The
memory area used for this control is called the control area.
8
Memory area
Control area
Set value (SV)
First alarm
Second alarm
Heat-side proportional band (P)
Integral time (I)
Derivative time (D)
Control response parameter
Cool-side proportional band
Deadband/overlap
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
(2) Setting limiter
The setting limiter is used to restrict the setting range of the set value (SV).
[Example]
For a setting range of 0 to 400 C, a setting limiter (high limit) of 200 C and a setting limiter (low
limit) of 20 C.
Setting range
0 C
20 C
setting limiter (low limit)
200 C
Setting limiter (high limit)
400 C
(3) Setting change rate limiter
This function is used to set the set value change per one minute when the set value is changed.
Increasing the SV to a higher value
Decreasing the SV to a lower value
SV
SV
SV
SV
[After changing]
[Before changing]
Decrease gradually
at specific rate
SV
[Before changing]
Increase gradually
SV
[After changing]
at specific rate
Time
Changing the set value
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7.3 Controls
(1) Brilliant PID control
PID control is a control method of achieving stabilized control result by setting P (Proportional band),
I (Integral time) and D (Derivative time) constants, and is widely used. However even in this PID
control if P, I and D constants are set so as to be in good “response to setting,” “response to
disturbances” deteriorates. In contrast, if PID constants are set so as to be in good “response to
disturbances,” “response to setting” deteriorates. In brilliant PID control a form of “response to
setting” can be selected from among Fast, Medium and Slow with PID constants remaining
unchanged so as to be in good “response to disturbances.”
Ordinary PID
P, I and D constants set so as to be in good response to set value (SV) change
Response to set value (SV) change
Set value (SV)
Response to disturbance change
Set value (SV)
P, I and D constants set so as to be in good response to disturbance
Response to set value (SV) change
Set value (SV)
Response to disturbance change
Set value (SV)
Brilliant PID control
Response to set value (SV) change
Response to disturbance change
Fast
Medium
Set value (SV)
Set value (SV)
Slow
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(2) Control response parameter
This is the function of enabling the setting of response to set value (SV) change in select any one of
3 steps (Slow, Medium, Fast) in PID control.
In order to achieve faster controlled object response to set value (SV) change, select Fast. However,
slight overshoot is unavoidable when selecting Fast. Depending on the controlled object, specify Slow
if overshoot should be avoided.
Measured value (PV)
Fast
Medium
Set value (SV) 2
Change
Slow
Set value (SV) 1
Time
Set value (SV) change point
(3) Fuzzy function
The fuzzy function is effective to smoothly start operation and to limit overshooting or undershooting
when the set value is changed.
When executing PID control by the fuzzy function, specify Fast.
Response characteristic when fuzzy control is used
Measured value (PV)
Fuzzy off
SV1
Fuzzy on
SV2
SV0
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(4) ON/OFF control
In ON/OFF control, the manipulated output (MV) is turned on and off depending on whether
measured value (PV) is larger or smaller than set value (SV). Differential gap setting can prevent relay
contact from on or off repetition around set value (SV).
Differential gap
(Upper)
Set value (SV)
Differential gap
(Lower)
Manipulated
output value (MV)
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Time
(5) Heat/Cool control
In Heat/Cool control, only one module enables heat and cool control. For example, this is effective
when cool control is required in extruder cylinder temperature control.
Manipulated
output (MV)
Cool-side
proportional band
Heat-side
proportional band
100 %
Cool-side output
Heat-side output
0%
Temperature
Set value (SV)
(In proportional control)
OL
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DB: Deadband
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(6) Position proportioning control
Both valve opening signal (feedback resistance input) from the control motor and measured value
(PV) from the controlled object are fed back to perform control.
TIO-K
Power supply to
control motor
CLOSE
TC
WIPER
M
OPEN
Control motor
Liquids
Controlled object
Neutral zone
The neutral zone is an area where the output between open-side and close-side outputs is turned off.
This zone is used to prevent the output signal from being frequently output to the control motor.
The output addition value within the neutral zone is temporarily held and when it is out of the neutral
zone, the output to the control motor starts.
Sampling cycle
Addition of
MV
Neutral zone
Addition of
The opening output is not
turned on until the control
computation result ( MV)
becomes the neutral zone
value or more.
MV
Open
Closed
The open-side is turned on
The close-side is turned on
Integrated output limiter
This function is used to integrate the open-side (or close-side) output when this output is continuously
output and to turn off the output when it reaches the integrated output limiting value preset. However,
if the output signal on the opposite side is output once, the integrated value is reset.
This value is set within the range from 100.0 to 200.0 % of motor driving time.
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(7) Cascade control
Cascade control monitors the controlled object temperature in the master unit and then corrects the set
value in the slave unit depending on the deviation between the target value (set value) and actual
temperature. The slave unit controls the non-controlled object. As a result, this control matches the
controlled object temperature to the target value.
This cascaded control is suitable when there is a large time lag between the heat source (heater) and
section whose temperature is necessary to be stabilized.
Cascade gain/Cascade bias
The conversion rate when the manipulated output (%) in the master channel is converted to the
relevant cascade signal ( C) can by changed from 0.0 to 100.0 % by the cascade gain.
The cascade bias is a bias added to the input value on the slave side for sensor correction, etc.
(8) Enhanced autotuning
The enhanced autotuning function is used to automatically measure, calculate and set the optimum
PID constants centering around the temperature set value. This function can start from any state after
power on, during a rise in temperature or in stable control. In addition, the AT bias can be set.
AT bias
The AT bias is set when the autotuning function in which the measured value (PV) does not exceed
the set value (SV) is activated. Our autotuning method performs ON/OFF control centering around the
set value (SV), then calculates and sets each of the PID constants by hunting the measured value (PV).
However, overshooting caused by this hunting may not be preferable depending on the controlled
object. In such a case, the desired AT bias is set.
If it is set, another set value (SV) to activate the autotuning function [AT point] can be set.
When AT bias is set to the minus (-) side
Measured value (PV)
Set value (SV)
AT bias
AT point
Time
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(9) Direct/Reverse action
No selection can be made for heat/cool control.
Direct action: The manipulated output value (MV) increases as the measured value (PV) increases.
This action is used generally for cool control.
Reverse action: The manipulated output value (MV) decreases as the measured value (PV) increases.
This action is used generally for heat control.
(10) Auto/Manual transfer
By this function the manipulated output value (MV), can be changed over between the output amount
calculated against the set value (SV) [Auto mode] and the manually set output amount [Manual mode].
(11) Balanceless/bumpless
This function is used to prevent overload caused by the manipulated output value (MV) suddenly
changing when auto mode is transferred to manual mode and vice versa.
Operation during transfer from auto mode to manual mode
When the mode is transferred to manual mode the manipulated output value (MV) follows that in auto
mode.
Operation during transfer from manual mode to auto mode
When manual mode is transferred to auto mode, the manipulated output changes to that calculated
with respect to the set value.
Manipulated output
Auto mode
Manual mode
Auto mode
Time
(a)
(b)
(c)
(a) Transfer from auto mode to manual mode. However, when the mode is transferred to manual
mode, the manipulated output follows that in auto mode.
(b) The manipulated output changed (manual mode function).
(c) Transfer from manual mode to auto mode. When the mode is transferred to auto mode, the
manipulated output becomes that calculated with respect to the set value.
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7.4 Alarms
Alarm (ALM) function sets up the alarm status when the measured value (PV) or the deviation reaches
the alarm set values. In the alarm status, the alarm output is output, and the alarms are used to drive the
equipment danger signals or the safety equipment.
The output specifications are the relay contact output or the open collector output.
(Specify when ordering)
Relay contact output circuit diagram
Open collector output circuit diagram
OUT
OUT
Load
+
Common
-
24 V DC
Common
(1) Deviation alarm
If the deviation [Measured value (PV) - Set value (SV)] reaches the alarm set value, the alarm status is
set up. Consequently, if the set value (SV) changes, the alarm set value will also change.
Deviation high alarm
When the deviation [Measured value (PV) - Set value (SV)] is the alarm set value or more, the alarm
status is set up.
When the deviation is on the positive side
Measured value (PV)
Measured value (PV)
When the deviation is on the negative side
Measured value (PV)
Measured value (PV)
Alarm
set value
Set value (SV)
Deviation
Set value (SV)
Deviation
Alarm
set value
Time
Alarm status
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ON
OFF
Time
Alarm status
ON
OFF
ON
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Deviation low alarm
When the deviation [Measured value (PV) - Set value (SV)] is the alarm set value or less, the alarm
status is set up.
When the deviation is on the positive side
Measured value (PV)
When the deviation is on the negative side
Measured value (PV)
Measured value (PV)
Measured value (PV)
Alarm
set value
Set value (SV)
Deviation
Set value (SV)
Deviation
Alarm
set value
Time
Alarm status
ON
OFF
ON
Time
Alarm status
OFF
ON
OFF
Deviation high/low alarm
When the absolute deviation | Measured value (PV) - Set value (SV) | is the alarm set value or
more/less, the alarm status is set up.
Measured value (PV)
Measured value (PV)
Alarm set value
Deviation
Set value (SV)
Deviation
Alarm set value
Time
Alarm status
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Band alarm
When the absolute deviation | Measured value (PV) - Set value (SV) | is within the alarm set values,
the alarm status is set up.
Measured value (PV)
Measured value (PV)
Alarm set value
Deviation
Set value (SV)
Deviation
Alarm set value
Time
Alarm status
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OFF
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(2) Process alarm
When the measured value (PV) reaches the alarm set value, the alarm status is set up.
Process high alarm
Process low alarm
Measured value (PV)
Measured value (PV)
Measured value (PV)
Measured value (PV)
Alarm
set value
Alarm
set value
Time
Alarm status
OFF
ON
Time
Alarm status
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
(3) Alarm differential gap
If measured value (PV) is close to the alarm set value, the alarm relay contact may repeatedly turn on
and off due to input fluctuations. If the alarm differential gap is set, repeated turning on and off of the
relay contact can be prevented.
High alarm (Deviation/process)
Measured value (PV)
Low alarm (Deviation/process)
Measured value (PV)
Measured value (PV)
Alarm
set value
Measured value (PV)
Differential
gap
Differential
gap
Alarm
set value
Time
Time
Alarm status
OFF
ON
Alarm status
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
High/low alarm
Measured value (PV)
Measured value (PV)
Alarm set value
Differential gap
Set value (SV)
Differential gap
Alarm set value
Time
Alarm status
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ON
OFF
ON
OFF
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Band alarm
Measured value (PV)
Measured value (PV)
Differential gap
Alarm set value
Set value (SV)
Alarm set value
Differential gap
Time
Alarm status
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
(4) Alarm hold function
In the alarm hold function, the alarm function is kept invalid even if the measured value (PV) is in
the alarm range when the power is on or the operation mode is switched to Run from Stop. The
alarm function is held until the measured value (PV) goes out of the alarm state once.
With alarm hold action
Measured value (PV)
Without alarm hold action
Measured value (PV)
Set value (SV)
Measured value (PV)
Measured value (PV)
Set value (SV)
Deviation
Alarm
set value
Deviation
Alarm
set value
Time
Time
Alarm status ON
OFF
ON
Alarm hold area
Alarm status
OFF
ON
When high alarm with hold action is used for alarm function, alarm does not turn on
while hold action is in operation. Use in combination with a high alarm without hold
action in order to prevent overheating which may occur by failure of control devices,
such as welding of relays.
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(5) Alarm re-hold function
In the alarm hold function, the holding is effective if the input value is in the alarm range at the power
on and is cancelled if the input value will go out of the alarm range. While, in the alarm re-hold
function the hold function becomes effective when the temperature set value is changed again. This
function can be only selected for deviation alarm.
Measured value (PV)
Before the change
of set value
Alarm area
Alarm set value
Set value
The change of set value
Measured value (PV)
After the change of
set value
Alarm area
Alarm
set value
Set value
When the measured value (PV) is in the position as shown in the above figure before the change of set
value and then the set value is changed as shown in the figure, the measured value goes into the alarm
area and the alarm is set up. To hold this alarm, the alarm re-hold function can be used effectively.
In the application where the set value is changed continuously by a host computer or a
similar equipment, be careful that alarm is not output if the alarm re-hold function is
selected.
When high alarm with re-hold action is used for alarm function, alarm does not turn
on while hold action is in operation. Use in combination with a high alarm without hold
action in order to prevent overheating which may occur by failure of control devices,
such as welding of relays.
(6) Heater break alarm
The heater break alarm (HBA) function is used to detect the current flowing through the load (heater)
by using a current transformer (CT), to compare the current thus detected to the heater break alarm set
value, and thus to produce a heater break alarm when any of the following causes occurs.
When the heater current does not flow:
Heater break or abnormality in the operating unit, etc.
When the control output is on and the current transformer (CT) input value is the HBA set value or
less, the alarm is set up.
When the heater current does not stop:
The melting of relay, etc.
When the control output is off and the current transformer (CT) input value is the HBA set value or
more, the alarm is set up.
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(7) Loop break alarm
The loop break alarm (LBA) function is used to detect a load (heater) break or a failure in the external
actuator (magnet relay, etc.), or a failure in the control loop caused by an input (sensor) break.
This function monitors the measured value (PV) variation at LBA setting time intervals from the time
the output exceeds 100 % (or output limiter: high limit) or falls below 0 % (or output limiter: low
limit), then detects a heater or input break.
Alarm action
The LBA function produces the alarm when any of the following causes occurs.
Heat control (LBA triggering width: 2 C [ F] fixed)
When the output falls below 0 % (or output limiter: low limit)
For direct action: This alarm is produced when the measured value (PV) does not rise beyond the
LBA triggering width within the LBA setting time.
For reverse action: This alarm is produced when the measured value (PV) does not fall below the
LBA triggering width within the LBA setting time.
When the output exceeds 100 % (or output limiter: high limit)
For direct action: This alarm is produced when the measured value (PV) does not fall below the
LBA triggering width within the LBA setting time.
For reverse action: This alarm is produced when the measured value (PV) does not rise beyond the
LBA triggering width within the LBA setting time.
Heat/Cool control (LBA triggering width: 2 C [ F] fixed)
When the heat-side output exceeds 100 % (or output limiter: high limit) and the cool-side
output falls below 0 %
This alarm is produced when the measured value (PV) does not rise beyond the LBA triggering
width within the LBA setting time.
When the heat-side output falls below 0 % and the cool-side output exceeds 100 % (or output
limiter: low-limit)
This alarm is produced when the measured value (PV) does not rise beyond the LBA triggering
width within the LBA setting time.
Position proportioning control (LBA triggering width: 2 C [ F] fixed)
When the opening exceeds 100 % (or output limiter: high limit)
This alarm is produced when the measured value (PV) does not rise beyond the LBA triggering
width within the LBA setting time.
When the opening less than 0 % (or output limiter: low limit)
This alarm is produced when the measured value (PV) does not rise beyond the LBA triggering
width within the LBA setting time.
If the autotuning function is used, the LBA setting time twice as large as the integral time is
automatically set. The LBA setting time does not change even if the integral time is changed.
In position proportioning control, the output limiter setting functions as the LBA high/low
limit. (The output limited does not function as a control limited.)
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LBA deadband (LBD)
The LBA may be produced by disturbances (other heat sources) even if the control system is not
abnormal. In such a case, an area in which no alarm is produced can be set by setting the desired LBA
deadband (LBD).
When the measured value (PV) is within the LBD area, no alarm is produced even if all of the
conditions to produce the alarm are satisfied. Therefore, carefully set the LBD.
LBD differential gap
Alarm area
A
Non-alarm area
B
Low
Alarm area
High
Set value (SV)
A: During temperature rise: Alarm area
B: During temperature rise: Non-alarm area
LBD set value
During temperature fall: Non-alarm area
During temperature fall: Alarm area
The LBA function detects an error occurring in the control loop, but cannot specify the
erroneous location. Therefore, check the control loop in order.
The LBA function is not activated when any of the following cases occurs.
When the autotuning function is being executed.
When operation mode is not in Normal mode.
When the LBA setting time is extremely short or does not meet the controlled object, the
LBA may be turned on and off, or may not be turned on. In such a case, change the LBA
setting time depending on the situation.
The LBA output is turned off when any of the following cases occurs with the LBA output
turned on.
When the measured value (PV) rises beyond (or falls below) the LBA triggering width
within the LBA setting time.
When the measured value (PV) is within the LBA deadband.
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7.5 Contact Inputs
An external contact signal selects the operation status or alarm interlock release.
Voltage input circuit diagram
Dry contact input circuit diagram
Contact
+
Contact
Common
Memory area selection
An external contact signal selects one control area from among eight stored control areas.
Control RUN/STOP selection
An external contact signal starts or stops control.
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External contact signal
Open
Closed
Open
Control action
Stop
Run
Stop
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Alarm interlock release
When the alarm status is output from the digital output, an external contact signal can release the
alarm status.
Alarm status
ON
OFF
Alarm status output
Alarm interlock release
input
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
(a)
(b)
ON
OFF
(c)
OFF
(d)
(a) When the alarm status is set up, the alarm status output becomes on.
(b) When the alarm interlock release input is set to on in the alarm status, the alarm status output does
not become off because the alarm status output is on.
(Alarm interlock release input: Invalid)
(c) The alarm status has been canceled.
(d) If the alarm interlock release input is set to on while the alarm status is still canceled, the alarm
status output becomes off.
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8.1 H-PCP Module
Basic functions
Data supervision:
Control unit diagnosis:
Self-diagnostic:
Memory backup:
Operating and system data
Function modules configuration check
Check item: ROM/RAM check, Watchdog timer and
CPU power supply monitoring
If error occurs in self-diagnosis, the hardware will automatically
return the module outputs to the OFF position.
Module with non-volatile memory *:
Backed up by non-volatile memory (FeRAM)
Number of writing: Approximately ten billion times
Depending on storage and operating conditions.
Data storage period: Approximately 10 years
Module with lithium battery *:
Lithium battery for RAM backup, approximate 10 years life for
data retention.
* To distinguish your module between the above two types, please contact RKC
office or the agent.
Power input
Power supply voltage:
Power consumption:
Surge current:
90 to 132 V AC (50/60 Hz) [Including power supply voltage variation]
(Rating: 100 to 120 V AC)
180 to 264 V AC (50/60 Hz) [Including power supply voltage variation]
(Rating: 200 to 240 V AC)
21.6 to 26.4 V DC [Including power supply voltage variation]
(Rating: 24 V DC)
Specify when ordering
H-PCP-A: 100 to 120 V AC: 20 VA max.
24 V DC: 30 W max.
200 to 240 V AC: 20 VA max.
H-PCP-B: 100 to 120 V AC: 25 VA max.
24 V DC: 30 W max.
200 to 240 V AC: 25 VA max.
CE/UL/cUL (or CSA) approved instrument:
100 to 120 V AC: 40 VA max.
24 V DC: 21 W max.
200 to 240 V AC: 50 VA max.
30 A or less
Power output (For function modules)
Output voltage/current:
Overcurrent protection:
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H-PCP-A: 5 V DC: 1.6 A max.
12 V DC: 0.4 A max.
H-PCP-B: 5 V DC: 1.6 A max.
12 V DC: 1.0 A max.
CE/UL/cUL (or CSA) approved instrument:
5 V DC, 1.7 A max.
12 V DC, 1.0 A max.
Must be used within the maximum power consumption value.
Fold-back limiting method: 5 V
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Digital output
Failure output:
Digital output: 1-2
Relay contact output
Number of outputs:
1 point
Rating:
250 V AC, 0.1 A (Resistive load)
[CE/UL/cUL (or CSA) approved instrument:
30 V DC, 0.1 A]
Electrical life:
300,000 times or more (Rated load)
Contact type:
1a contact
Failure action:
Open at error occurrence
Relay contact output
Number of outputs:
4 points (H-PCP-B type: 2 points)
Rating:
250 V AC, 0.1 A (Resistive load)
[CE/UL/ cUL (or CSA) approved instrument:
30 V DC, 0.1 A]
Electrical life:
300,000 times or more (Rated load)
Contact type:
1a contact
Open collector output
Number of outputs:
4 points (H-PCP-B type: 2 points)
Load voltage:
12 to 24 V DC
Maximum load current: 0.1 A/point, 0.8 A/common
1
2
Specify either relay contact output or open collector output when ordering.
Digital output can be selected from the following:
- Temperature alarm (alarm 1, alarm 2)
- AI alarm (alarm 1, alarm 2)
- Heater break alarm (HBA)
- Burnout alarm
- Loop break alarm (LBA)
- Temperature rise completion
Digital input (Only for H-PCP-B type)
Number of inputs:
Input type:
Rated input voltage:
Input voltage range:
Rated input current:
Input impedance:
Input operating voltage:
Allocated functions:
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Source type
24 V DC
21.6 to 26.4 V DC
6.7 mA/point (24 V DC)
3.6 k
ON voltage:
18.5 V DC
OFF voltage:
9.0 V DC
1. Memory area transfer (8 memory areas)
2. Control RUN/STOP and memory area transfer (4 memory areas)
3. Alarm interlock release, control RUN/STOP and
memory area transfer (2 memory areas)
Selectable
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Communication functions
Communication interface:
Connection method:
Protocol:
Based on RS-422A, EIA standard
Based on RS-232C, EIA standard
Specify when ordering
RS-422A: 4-wire system, half-duplex multi-drop connection
RS-232C: Point-to-point connection
Based on ANSI X3.28-1976 subcategory 2.5 B1
Error control:
Vertical parity (when parity bit is selected)
Horizontal parity
Data types:
ASCII 7-bit code
Data bit configuration: Start bit: 1
Data bit: 7 or 8
Parity bit: Without, Odd, Even
Without for 8 data bits
Stop bit: 1
Non-protocol type (Ladder communication: Z-190 specification)
Data type:
Text: BCD code
Control code:
STX (02H), CR (0DH), LF (0AH)
The code in ( ) expressed hexadecimal numeral
Synchronous method:
Communication speed:
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Block length:
128 bytes or less
Data bit configuration: Start bit: 1
Data bit: 8
Parity bit: Without
Stop bit: 1
Modbus (Z-1021 specification)
Signai transmission mode:
Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) mode
Function code:
03H Read holding registers
06H Preset single register
08H Diagnostics (loopback test)
10H Preset multiple registers
Error check method: CRC-16
Data bit configuration: Start bit: 1
Data bit: 8
Parity bit: Without, Odd, Even
Stop bit: 1
MEMOBUS (Z-1001 specification)
Signal transmission mode:
Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) mode
Function code:
03H Read holding registers
08H Diagnostics (loopback test)
10H Preset multiple registers
Error check method: CRC-16
Data bit configuration: Start bit: 1
Data bit: 8
Parity bit: Without, Odd, Even
Stop bit: 1
Start/stop synchronous type
2400 bps, 4800 bps, 9600 bps, 19200 bps
Selectable
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System setting items
Temperature alarm (alarm 1 and alarm 2):
Deviation high alarm
Process high alarm
Deviation low alarm
Process low alarm
Deviation high/low alarm
Process high alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation band alarm
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Deviation low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation low alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Specify when ordering
Alarm action of each module in the control unit is that selected here.
TI alarm (alarm 1 and alarm 2) and AI alarm (alarm 1 and alarm 2):
Process high alarm
Process low alarm
Process high alarm (with alarm hold)
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
Specify when ordering
Alarm action of each module in the control unit is that selected here.
Temperature rise completion function:
1 to 10 C (Value from main set value)
Completion trigger range:
Temperature rise completion soak time: 0 to 360 minutes
General specifications
Dimensions:
Weight:
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320 g
96 (H)
100 (D) mm
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8.2 H-TIO Module
8.2.1 Temperature control module (H-TIO-A, B, C, D, P)
Input
Number of inputs:
1 channel or 2 channels
Isolated between each channel and between input and output
Input type:
Thermocouple input: K, J, R, S, B, E, T, N, PLII,
W5Re/W26Re, U, L
RTD input:
JPt100, Pt100
Specify when ordering
Input range:
Refer to Input range table (P. 14)
Specify when ordering
Resolution:
1 C ( F) or 0.1 C ( F)
Sampling cycle:
0.5 seconds
Signal source resistance effect:
Approx. 0.35 V/ (Only for thermocouple input)
Input impedance:
1 M or more (Only for thermocouple input)
Sensor current:
Approx. 0.25 mA (Only for RTD input)
Allowable influence of input lead: 20 or less (Only for RTD input)
Input filter:
First order lag digital filter
Time constant: Settable from 1 to 100 seconds
(Setting 0: Filter off)
PV bias:
-5.00 to +5.00 % of span
Action at input break:
Upscale
Performance
Measured accuracy:
0.3 % of span 1 digit
However, the accuracy of a thermocouple B type input of
0 to 399 C (0 to 799 F) is not guaranteed.
Cold junction temperature compensation error:
Within 1.0 C (Range of 0 to 50 C)
Within 2.0 C between -100 to -150 C
Within 3.0 C between -150 to -200 C
Only for thermocouple input
Control action
Control method:
Control cycle:
Other functions:
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ON/OFF action (Only for H-TIO-A and B types)
Brilliant PID control (PI control can also be used.)
0.5 seconds
Overshoot prevention function (RFB limiter method)
Enhanced autotuning function (Excluding H-TIO-C and D types)
Fuzzy function (Only for H-TIO-P type)
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Setting range
Set value (SV):
Heat-side proportional band:
Cool-side proportional band:
Integral time:
Derivative time:
Overlap/Deadband:
Control response parameter:
Proportioning cycle:
Same as input range
0.1 to 1000.0 % of span
0.1 to 1000.0 % of span (Only for H-TIO-C and D types)
1 to 3600 seconds
1 to 3600 seconds (PI control when set to 0 second)
-10.0 to +10.0 % of span (Only for H-TIO-C and D types)
Slow, Medium and Fast (3-step selection)
1 to 100 seconds
(H-TIO-C and D types: Heat and cool are individually selectables)
Control output
Relay contact output:
250 V AC, 3 A (Resistive load)
300,000 times or more (Rated load)
1a contact
1 to 100 seconds variable
Voltage pulse output:
0/12 V DC
600 or more
1 to 100 seconds variable
Current output:
0 to 20 mA DC and 4 to 20 mA DC
Specify when ordering
Resolution:
9 bits or more
Allowable load resistance:
500 or less
Output impedance:
5 M or more
(Output minus terminals cannot be connected in common.)
Voltage output:
Output voltage:
0 to 1 V DC, 0 to 5 V DC, 0 to 10 V DC and
1 to 5 V DC
Specify when ordering
Resolution:
9 bits or more
Allowable load resistance:
1 k or more
Output impedance:
0.1 or less
(Output minus terminals can be connected in common only for an output of
1 to 5 V DC.)
Triac output:
Capacity:
0.5 A (At an ambient temperature of 40 C)
Zero-cross method
Maximum load voltage:
250 V AC
Open collector output: Load voltage:
12 to 24 V DC
Maximum load current:
100 mA
Leak current when OFF:
0.1 mA or less
Maximum voltage drop at ON: 2.4 V or less (At a load current of 100 mA)
0.7 V or less (At a load current of 10 mA)
The minus terminals of the output with the two channels specification are
internally contacted in common.
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Rating:
Electrical life:
Contact type:
Cycle:
Rating:
Allowable load resistance:
Cycle:
Output current:
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Temperature alarm function
Number of alarms:
2 points
Alarm types:
Deviation high alarm
Process high alarm
Deviation low alarm
Process low alarm
Deviation high/low alarm
Process high alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation band alarm
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Deviation low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation low alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Specify when ordering (Alarm action is specified for the H-PCP module.)
Setting range:
-span to +span:
Deviation high alarm, Deviation low alarm,
Deviation high alarm (with alarm hold),
Deviation low alarm (with alarm hold)
0 to span:
Deviation high/low alarm, Deviation band alarm,
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm hold)
Same as input range: Process high alarm, Process low alarm,
Process high alarm (with alarm hold),
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
Specify when ordering (Alarm action is specified for the H-PCP module.)
Setting resolution:
Same as input resolution
Alarm output:
This module outputs alarm status to the H-PCP module as data.
Alarm output (Only for H-TIO-A type) [Optional]
Number of outputs:
1 point
Select any of temperature alarm output 1 (ALM1), temperature alarm output 2
(ALM2), heater break alarm output (HBA) or loop break alarm output (LBA).
Relay contact output: Rating:
250 V AC 24 V DC 2 A (Resistive load)
Electrical life: 300,000 times or more (Rated load)
Contact type: 1a contact
Minimum switching voltage and current: 5 V DC 1 mA
Isolation method:
Photocoupler isolation
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Heater break alarm function (Only for H-TIO-A, C and D type) [Optional]
Number of inputs:
1 point/control loop
Setting range:
0.0 to 100.0 A
Accuracy of heater current measurement:
5 % of input value or 2 A (The value whichever is greater)
Input current:
0 to 30 A: CTL-6-P-N
0 to 100 A: CTL-12-S56-10L-N
Current transformer: CTL-6-P-N, CTL-12-S56-10L-N
Specify when ordering
Input rating:
Maximum current: 130 mA
Input impedance:
10
Alarm output:
This module outputs alarm status to the H-PCP module as data.
Loop break alarm function
Setting range:
Alarm output:
LBA setting time:
1 to 7200 seconds
LBA deadband (LBD): Same as input range
(LBD is automatically as the value of two times of integral value after the
completion of autotuning.)
This module outputs alarm status to the H-PCP module as data.
Self-diagnostic
Check item:
RAM check
Adjustment data check
Input value check
Watchdog timer
Operation at error occurrence in self-diagnosis:
FAIL lamp lights
All channel control outputs are turned off.
Reset state
Manual setting function
Auto/Manual transfer: Either Auto or Manual control can be selected.
Setting range:
-5.0 to +105.0 %
Balanceless bumpless: Balanceless bumpless transfer between Auto and Manual (both directions).
General specifications
Dimensions:
Weight:
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H-TIO-A, B, C, P:
H-TIO-D:
H-TIO-A, B, C, P:
H-TIO-D:
24 (W)
48 (W)
120 g
240 g
96 (H)
96 (H)
100 (D) mm
100 (D) mm
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8.2.2 High accuracy temperature control module (H-TIO-E, F, G, R)
Input
Number of inputs:
1 channel or 2 channels
Isolated between input and output
(For H-TIO-F type, not isolated between each channel)
Input type:
Thermocouple input: K, J, R, S, B, E, T, N, PLII,
W5Re/W26Re, U, L
RTD input:
JPt100, Pt100
Specify when ordering
Input range:
Refer to Input range table (P. 14)
Specify when ordering
Resolution:
1 C ( F) or 0.1 C ( F)
0.01 C (Only for H-TIO-E type RTD input)
Sampling cycle:
H-TIO-E, G, R: 0.1 seconds
H-TIO-F:
0.2 seconds
Signal source resistance effect:
Approx. 0.3 V/ (Only for thermocouple input)
Input impedance:
1 M or more (Only for thermocouple input)
Sensor current:
Approx. 0.3 mA (Only for RTD input)
Allowable influence of input lead: 10 or less (Only for RTD input)
Input filter:
First order lag digital filter
Time constant: Settable from 0.1 to 100.0 seconds
(Setting 0.0: Filter off)
PV bias:
-5.00 to +5.00 % of span
Action at input break:
Upscale or downscale can be selected
Performance
Measured accuracy:
H-TIO-E, G, R: 0.1 % of span 1 digit
H-TIO-F:
0.2 % of span 1 digit
However, the accuracy of a thermocouple B type input of
0 to 399 C (0 to 799 F) is not guaranteed.
Cold junction temperature compensation error:
Within 0.5 C (Range of 0 to 50 C)
Within 2.0 C between -100 to -150 C
Within 3.0 C between -150 to -200 C
Only for thermocouple input
Control action
Control method:
Control cycle:
Other functions:
136
ON/OFF action (Only for H-TIO-E, F and R types)
Brilliant PID control (PI control can also be used.)
H-TIO-E, G, R: 0.1 seconds
H-TIO-F:
0.2 seconds
Overshoot prevention function (RFB limiter method)
Enhanced autotuning function (Excluding H-TIO-G type)
Fuzzy function (Only for H-TIO-R type)
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Setting range
Set value (SV):
Heat-side proportional band:
Cool-side proportional band:
Integral time:
Derivative time:
Overlap/Deadband:
Control response parameter:
Proportioning cycle:
Same as input range
0.1 to 1000.0 % of span
0.1 to 1000.0 % of span (Only for H-TIO-G type)
1 to 3600 seconds
1 to 3600 seconds (PI control when set to 0 second)
-10.0 to +10.0 % of span (Only for H-TIO-G type)
Slow, Medium and Fast (3-step selection)
1 to 100 seconds
(H-TIO-G type: Heat and cool are individually selectables)
Control output
Relay contact output:
250 V AC, 3 A (Resistive load)
300,000 times or more (Rated load)
1a contact
1 to 100 seconds variable
Voltage pulse output:
0/12 V DC
600 or more
1 to 100 seconds variable
Current output:
0 to 20 mA DC and 4 to 20 mA DC
Specify when ordering
Resolution:
11 bits or more
Allowable load resistance:
500 or less
Output impedance:
5 M or more
(Output minus terminals cannot be connected in common.)
Voltage output:
Output voltage:
0 to 1 V DC, 0 to 5 V DC, 0 to 10 V DC and
1 to 5 V DC
Specify when ordering
Resolution:
11 bits or more
Allowable load resistance:
1 k or more
Output impedance:
0.1 or less
(Output minus terminals can be connected in common only for an output of
1 to 5 V DC.)
Triac output:
Capacity:
0.5 A (At an ambient temperature of 40 C)
Zero-cross method
Maximum load voltage:
250 V AC
Open collector output: Load voltage:
12 to 24 V DC
Maximum load current:
100 mA
Leak current when OFF:
0.1 mA or less
Maximum voltage drop at ON: 2.4 V or less (At a load current of 100 mA)
0.7 V or less (At a load current of 10 mA)
The minus terminals of the output with the two channels specification are
internally contacted in common.
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Rating:
Electrical life:
Contact type:
Cycle:
Rating:
Allowable load resistance:
Cycle:
Output current:
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Temperature alarm function
Number of alarms:
2 points
Alarm types:
Deviation high alarm
Process high alarm
Deviation low alarm
Process low alarm
Deviation high/low alarm
Process high alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation band alarm
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Deviation low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation low alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Specify when ordering (Alarm action is specified for the H-PCP module.)
Setting range:
-span to +span:
Deviation high alarm, Deviation low alarm,
Deviation high alarm (with alarm hold),
Deviation low alarm (with alarm hold)
0 to span:
Deviation high/low alarm, Deviation band alarm,
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm hold)
Same as input range: Process high alarm, Process low alarm,
Process high alarm (with alarm hold),
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
Specify when ordering (Alarm action is specified for the H-PCP module.)
Setting resolution:
Same as input resolution
Alarm output:
This module outputs alarm status to the H-PCP module as data.
Alarm output (Only for H-TIO-E and R types) [Optional]
Number of outputs:
1 point
Select any of temperature alarm output 1 (ALM1), temperature alarm output 2
(ALM2), heater break alarm output (HBA) or loop break alarm output (LBA).
Relay contact output: Rating:
250 V AC 24 V DC 2 A (Resistive load)
Electrical life: 300,000 times or more (Rated load)
Contact type: 1a contact
Minimum switching voltage and current: 5 V DC 1 mA
Isolation method:
Photocoupler isolation
Loop break alarm function
Setting range:
Alarm output:
138
LBA setting time:
1 to 7200 seconds
LBA deadband (LBD): Same as input range
(LBD is automatically as the value of two times of integral value after the
completion of autotuning.)
This module outputs alarm status to the H-PCP module as data.
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Self-diagnostic
Check item:
RAM check
Adjustment data check
Input value check
Watchdog timer
Operation at error occurrence in self-diagnosis:
FAIL lamp lights
All channel control outputs are turned off.
Reset state
Manual setting function
Auto/Manual transfer: Either Auto or Manual control can be selected.
Setting range:
-5.0 to +105.0 %
Balanceless bumpless: Balanceless bumpless transfer between Auto and Manual (both directions).
General specifications
Dimensions:
Weight:
IMSRM15-E6
24 (W)
120 g
96 (H)
100 (D) mm
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8.2.3 High accuracy temperature control module (H-TIO-H, J)
[Voltage/Current input]
Input
Number of inputs:
Input type:
Input range:
Resolution:
Sampling cycle:
Input impedance:
Analog input filter:
Digital input filter:
Action at input break:
Measured accuracy:
Input scaling range:
Noise rejection ratio:
1 channel or 2 channels
Isolated between input and output
(For H-TIO-J type, not isolated between each channel)
Voltage input: 0 to 10 mV DC, 0 to 100 mV DC, 0 to 1 V DC,
0 to 5 V DC, 1 to 5 V DC, 0 to 10 V DC, -5 to +5 V DC,
-10 to +10 V DC, -1 to +1 V DC
Current input: 0 to 20 mA DC, 4 to 20 mA DC
Specify when ordering
-5 to +105 % of span
Refer to Input range table (P. 14)
1/10000
H-TIO-H: 0.1 seconds
H-TIO-J: 0.2 seconds
Voltage input:
1 M or more
Current input:
250
Cut-off frequency: Approx. 11.6 Hz
Rise time:
Approx. 33 ms
Response of 90 %
First order lag digital filter
Time constant:
Settable from 0.1 to 100.0 seconds
(Setting 0.0: Filter off)
Indicates value near zero
0.1 % of span 1 digit
-9999 to +10000
However, scaling is possible within a span of 10000 maximum.
Decimal point position can be varied down to 3 digit.
Normal mode:
Refer to item Input filter
Common mode: -120 dB or more (50/60 Hz)
Control action
Control method:
Control cycle:
Other functions:
140
ON/OFF action
Brilliant PID control (PI control can also be used.)
H-TIO-H: 0.1 seconds
H-TIO-J: 0.2 seconds
Overshoot prevention function (RFB limiter method)
Enhanced autotuning function
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Setting range
Set value (SV):
Proportional band:
Integral time:
Derivative time:
Control response parameter:
Proportioning cycle:
Same as scaling range
0.1 to 1000.0 % of span
1 to 3600 seconds
1 to 3600 seconds (PI control when set to 0 second)
Slow, Medium and Fast (3-step selection)
1 to 100 seconds
Control output
Relay contact output:
250 V AC, 3 A (Resistive load)
300,000 times or more (Rated load)
1a contact
1 to 100 seconds variable
Voltage pulse output:
0/12 V DC
600 or more
1 to 100 seconds variable
Current output:
0 to 20 mA DC and 4 to 20 mA DC
Specify when ordering
Resolution:
11 bits or more
Allowable load resistance:
500 or less
Output impedance:
5 M or more
(Output minus terminals cannot be connected in common.)
Voltage output:
Output voltage:
0 to 1 V DC, 0 to 5 V DC, 0 to 10 V DC and
1 to 5 V DC
Specify when ordering
Resolution:
11 bits or more
Allowable load resistance:
1 k or more
Output impedance:
0.1 or less
(Output minus terminals can be connected in common only for an output of
1 to 5 V DC.)
Triac output:
Capacity:
0.5 A (At an ambient temperature of 40 C)
Zero-cross method
Maximum load voltage:
250 V AC
Open collector output: Load voltage:
12 to 24 V DC
Maximum load current:
100 mA
Leak current when OFF:
0.1 mA or less
Maximum voltage drop at ON: 2.4 V or less (At a load current of 100 mA)
0.7 V or less (At a load current of 10 mA)
The minus terminals of the output with the two channels specification are
internally contacted in common.
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Rating:
Electrical life:
Contact type:
Cycle :
Rating:
Allowable load resistance:
Cycle :
Output current:
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Temperature alarm function
Number of alarms:
2 points
Alarm types:
Deviation high alarm
Process high alarm
Deviation low alarm
Process low alarm
Deviation high/low alarm
Process high alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation band alarm
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Deviation low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation low alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Specify when ordering (Alarm action is specified for the H-PCP module.)
Setting range:
-span to +span:
Deviation high alarm, Deviation low alarm,
Deviation high alarm (with alarm hold),
Deviation low alarm (with alarm hold)
0 to span:
Deviation high/low alarm, Deviation band alarm,
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm hold)
Same as input range: Process high alarm, Process low alarm,
Process high alarm (with alarm hold),
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
Specify when ordering (Alarm action is specified for the H-PCP module.)
Setting resolution:
Same as input resolution
Alarm output:
This module outputs alarm status to the H-PCP module as data.
Alarm output (Only for H-TIO-H type) [Optional]
Number of outputs:
1 point
Select any of temperature alarm output 1 (ALM1), temperature alarm output 2
(ALM2), heater break alarm output (HBA) or loop break alarm output (LBA).
Relay contact output: Rating:
250 V AC 24 V DC 2 A (Resistive load)
Electrical life: 300,000 times or more (Rated load)
Contact type: 1a contact
Minimum switching voltage and current: 5 V DC 1 mA
Isolation method:
Photocoupler isolation
Self-diagnostic
Check item:
RAM check
Adjustment data check
Input value check
Watchdog timer
Operation at error occurrence in self-diagnosis:
FAIL lamp lights
All channel control outputs are turned off.
Reset state
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Manual setting function
Auto/Manual transfer: Either Auto or Manual control can be selected.
Setting range:
-5.0 to +105.0 %
Balanceless bumpless: Balanceless bumpless transfer between Auto and Manual (both directions).
General specifications
Dimensions:
Weight:
IMSRM15-E6
24 (W)
120 g
96 (H)
100 (D) mm
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8.2.4 Temperature control module for control motor drive (H-TIO-K)
Input
Number of inputs:
1 channel
Isolated between input and output
Input type:
Thermocouple input: K, J, R, S, B, E, T, N, PLII,
W5Re/W26Re, U, L
RTD input:
JPt100, Pt100
Specify when ordering
Input range:
Refer to Input range table (P. 14)
Specify when ordering
Resolution:
1 C ( F) or 0.1 C ( F)
Sampling cycle:
0.5 seconds
Signal source resistance effect:
Approx. 0.35 V/ (Only for thermocouple input)
Input impedance:
1 M or more (Only for thermocouple input)
Sensor current:
Approx. 0.25 mA (Only for RTD input)
Allowable influence of input lead: 20 or less (Only for RTD input)
Input filter:
First order lag digital filter
Time constant: Settable from 0.1 to 100.0 seconds
(Setting 0.0: Filter off)
PV bias:
-5.00 to +5.00 % of span
Action at input break:
Upscale
Performance
Measured accuracy:
0.3 % of span 1 digit
However, the accuracy of a thermocouple B type input of
0 to 399 C (0 to 799 F) is not guaranteed.
Cold junction temperature compensation error:
Within 1.0 C (Range of 0 to 50 C)
Within 2.0 C between -100 to -150 C
Within 3.0 C between -150 to -200 C
Only for thermocouple input
0.3 % of span 1 digit
Feedback resistance input:
Control action
Control method:
Control cycle:
Other functions:
144
PID control (Speed type)
PI control can also be used.
0.5 seconds
Autotuning function
Manual output function
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Setting range
Set value (SV):
Proportional band:
Integral time:
Derivative time:
Control response parameter:
Neutral zone:
Integrated output limiter:
Same as input range
0.1 to 1000.0 % of span
1 to 3600 seconds
1 to 3600 seconds (PI control when set to 0 second)
Slow, Medium and Fast (3-step selection)
0.1 to 10.0 % of motor driving time
(The time does not become less than 50 ms.)
The output is not turned on until the accumulated value of the
control computation result becomes the neutral zone value or more.
100.0 to 200.0 %
When Open (Closed) is output in succession, its output is
accumulated. If the accumulated value reaches the set value of the
accumulated output limiter, the Open output is not turned on,
hereafter.
However, if Closed (Open) is output once, the accumulated output is
reset.
Control output
Relay contact output:
Rating:
Electrical life:
Contact type:
Cycle:
250 V AC, 3 A (Resistive load)
300,000 times or more (Rated load)
1a contact
1 to 100 seconds variable
Feedback resistance input
Input type:
Input resistance value:
Display at input break:
Input sampling:
Input range:
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Feedback resistance input from control motor
(O: Open, W: Wiper, C: Closed)
Only input display. (No relation with control.)
135 standard
Can specify any one of 100 , 500 , 1 k , 5 k and 10 k
Specify when ordering
Displayed from -199.9 to +199.9 %
Manual output is impossible at input abnormality.
1 second
0.0 to 100.0 % (Full open to full closed)
Adjustable
(Motor driving time can be also automatically set during adjustment)
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Temperature alarm function
Number of alarms:
2 points
Alarm types:
Deviation high alarm
Process high alarm
Deviation low alarm
Process low alarm
Deviation high/low alarm
Process high alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation band alarm
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Deviation low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation low alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Specify when ordering (Alarm action is specified for the H-PCP module.)
Setting range:
-span to +span:
Deviation high alarm, Deviation low alarm,
Deviation high alarm (with alarm hold),
Deviation low alarm (with alarm hold)
0 to span:
Deviation high/low alarm, Deviation band alarm,
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm hold)
Same as input range: Process high alarm, Process low alarm,
Process high alarm (with alarm hold),
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
Specify when ordering (Alarm action is specified for the H-PCP module.)
Setting resolution:
Same as input resolution
Alarm output:
This module outputs alarm status to the H-PCP module as data.
Loop break alarm function
Setting range:
Alarm output:
LBA setting time:
1 to 7200 seconds
LBA deadband (LBD): Same as input range
(LBD is automatically as the value of two times of integral value after the
completion of autotuning.)
This module outputs alarm status to the H-PCP module as data.
Self-diagnostic
Check item:
RAM check
Adjustment data check
Input value check
Watchdog timer
Operation at error occurrence in self-diagnosis:
FAIL lamp lights
All channel control outputs are turned off.
Reset state
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Manual setting function
Auto/Manual transfer: Either Auto or Manual control can be selected.
Setting operation:
Manual output setting: -5.0 to +105.0 % (Valid in manual mode)
The output can not be normal when feedback resistance input error
occurs.
Output timing (Manual mode):
- At the change of settings
- At power-up
- At Auto/Manual transfer
- At RUN/STOP transfer to control Run
In above operation, the output is made three times to the set value.
General specifications
Dimensions:
Weight:
IMSRM15-E6
24 (W)
120 g
96 (H)
100 (D) mm
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8.3 H-TI Module
Input
Number of inputs:
H-TI-A, C: 4 channels
Isolated between each channel and between input
and CPU (For H-TI-A type, not isolated between
each channel)
H-TI-B:
2 channels
Isolated between each channel and between input
and CPU
Input type:
Thermocouple input (H-TI-C, B):
K, J, R, S, B, E, T, N, PLII, W5Re/W26Re, U, L
RTD input (H-TI-A, B): JPt100, Pt100
Specify when ordering
Input range:
Refer to Input range table (P. 14)
Specify when ordering
Resolution:
1 C ( F) or 0.1 C ( F)
0.01 C (Only for H-TI-B type RTD input)
Sampling cycle:
H-TI-A, C: 0.5 seconds
H-TI-B:
0.1 seconds
Signal source resistance effect:
Approx. 0.3 V/ (Only for thermocouple input)
Input impedance:
1 M or more (Only for thermocouple input)
Sensor current:
Approx. 0.3 mA (Only for RTD input)
Allowable influence of input lead: 10 or less (Only for RTD input)
Input filter:
First order lag digital filter
Time constant: Settable from 0.1 to 100.0 seconds
(Setting 0.0: Filter off)
PV bias:
-5.00 to +5.00 % of span
Action at input break:
Upscale
Performance
Measured accuracy:
H-TI-A, C: 0.3 % of span 1 digit
H-TI-B:
0.1 % of span 1 digit
However, the accuracy of a thermocouple B type input of
0 to 399 C (0 to 799 F) is not guaranteed.
Cold junction temperature compensation error:
H-TI-B: Within 0.5 C (Range of 0 to 50 C)
Thermocouple J, T type: Within 1.0 C
H-TI-C: Within 1.0 C (Range of 0 to 50 C)
Within 2.0 C between -100 to -150 C
Within 3.0 C between -150 to -200 C
Only for thermocouple input
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Temperature alarm function
Number of alarms:
Alarm types:
Setting range:
Setting resolution:
Alarm output:
2 points
Process high alarm
Process low alarm
Process high alarm (with alarm hold)
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
The alarm type can be selected for each alarm.
(Alarm action is specified for the H-PCP module)
Same as input range: Process high alarm, Process low alarm,
Process high alarm (with alarm hold),
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
The alarm type can be selected for each alarm.
Same as input resolution
This module outputs alarm status to the H-PCP module as data.
Self-diagnostic
Check item:
RAM check
Adjustment data check
Input value check
Watchdog timer
Operation at error occurrence in self-diagnosis:
FAIL lamp lights
All channel control outputs are turned off.
Reset state
General specifications
Dimensions:
Weight:
IMSRM15-E6
24 (W)
140 g
96 (H)
100 (D) mm
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8.4 H-CIO Module
8.4.1 Cascade control module (H-CIO-A) [Temperature input]
Input
Number of inputs::
2 points (Master input/slave input)
Isolated between input and output
For RTD input, not isolated between input and output
Input type:
Thermocouple input: K, J, R, S, B, E, T, N, PLII, W5Re/W26Re,
U, L
RTD input:
JPt100, Pt100
Specify when ordering
Input range:
Refer to Input range table (P. 14)
Specify when ordering
Resolution:
1 C ( F) or 0.1 C ( F)
Sampling cycle:
0.1 seconds
Signal source resistance effect:
Approx. 0.3 V/ (Only for thermocouple input)
Input impedance:
1 M or more (Only for thermocouple input)
Sensor current:
Approx. 0.3 mA (Only for RTD input)
Allowable influence of input lead: 10 or less (Only for RTD input)
Input filter:
First order lag digital filter
Time constant: Settable from 0.1 to 100.0 seconds
(Setting 0.0: Filter off)
PV bias:
-5.00 to +5.00 % of span
Action at input break:
Upscale
Performance
Measured accuracy:
0.1 % of span 1 digit
However, the accuracy of a thermocouple B type input of
0 to 399 C (0 to 799 F) is not guaranteed.
Cold junction temperature compensation error:
Within 0.5 C (Range of 0 to 50 C)
Within 2.0 C between -100 to -150 C
Within 3.0 C between -150 to -200 C
Only for thermocouple input
Control action
Control method:
Control cycle:
Other functions:
150
Brilliant PID control (PI control can also be used.)
Heat/Cool control can be also selected for the slave channel.
Specify when ordering
0.1 seconds
Overshoot prevention function (RFB limiter method)
Enhanced autotuning function
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Setting range
Set value (SV):
Heat-side proportional band:
Cool-side proportional band:
Integral time:
Derivative time:
Overlap/Deadband:
Control response parameter:
Proportioning cycle:
Same as input range
0.1 to 1000.0 % of span
0.1 to 1000.0 % of span
1 to 3600 seconds
1 to 3600 seconds (PI control when set to 0 second)
-10.0 to +10.0 % of span
Slow, Medium and Fast (3-step selection)
1 to 100 seconds
Control output
Relay contact output:
250 V AC, 3 A (Resistive load)
300,000 times or more (Rated load)
1a contact
1 to 100 seconds variable
Voltage pulse output:
0/12 V DC
600 or more
1 to 100 seconds variable
Current output:
0 to 20 mA DC and 4 to 20 mA DC
Specify when ordering
Resolution:
11 bits or more
Allowable load resistance:
500 or less
Output impedance:
5 M or more
(Output minus terminals cannot be connected in common.)
Voltage output:
Output voltage:
0 to 1 V DC, 0 to 5 V DC, 0 to 10 V DC and
1 to 5 V DC
Specify when ordering
Resolution:
11 bits or more
Allowable load resistance:
1 k or more
Output impedance:
0.1 or less
(Output minus terminals can be connected in common only for an output of
1 to 5 V DC.)
Triac output:
Capacity:
0.5 A (At an ambient temperature of 40 C)
Zero-cross method
Maximum load voltage:
250 V AC
Open collector output: Load voltage:
12 to 24 V DC
Maximum load current:
100 mA
Leak current when OFF:
0.1 mA or less
Maximum voltage drop at ON: 2.4 V or less (At a load current of 100 mA)
0.7 V or less (At a load current of 10 mA)
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Rating:
Electrical life:
Contact type:
Cycle:
Rating:
Allowable load resistance:
Cycle:
Output current:
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Temperature alarm function
Number of alarms:
2 points
Alarm types:
Deviation high alarm
Process high alarm
Deviation low alarm
Process low alarm
Deviation high/low alarm
Process high alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation band alarm
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Deviation low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation low alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Specify when ordering (Alarm action is specified for the H-PCP module.)
Setting range:
-span to +span:
Deviation high alarm, Deviation low alarm,
Deviation high alarm (with alarm hold),
Deviation low alarm (with alarm hold)
0 to span:
Deviation high/low alarm, Deviation band alarm,
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm hold)
Same as input range: Process high alarm, Process low alarm,
Process high alarm (with alarm hold),
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
Specify when ordering (Alarm action is specified for the H-PCP module.)
Setting resolution:
Same as input resolution
Alarm output:
This module outputs alarm status to the H-PCP module as data.
Loop break alarm function
Setting range:
Alarm output:
LBA setting time:
1 to 7200 seconds
LBA deadband (LBD): Same as input range
(LBD is automatically as the value of two times of integral value after the
completion of autotuning.)
This module outputs alarm status to the H-PCP module as data.
Digital input
Input type:
Dry contact
Resistance value at OPEN: 500 k or more
Resistance value at CLOSE: 10 or less
Number of inputs:
2 points
Voltage at OPEN:
12 V DC
Contact current:
Approx. 3 mA/point
Function:
Mode selection
Isolation method:
Photocoupler isolation
External connection: Terminals
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Cascade function
Monitor item:
Cascade monitor:
Normal setting value: Cascade bias:
Cascade gain:
Cascade ON/OFF:
Initial setting value:
Input range
-99.99 to +100.0 % of span
-9.999 to +10.000 (No engineering unit)
0: OFF
1: ON
Cascade control is turned ON/OFF via communication
or by digital input.
Cascade data selection: 0: Output values
1: Measured values
2: Local set values
3: Set value monitoring
4: Deviation (Local set values - Measured values)
Tracking function:
0: OFF
1: ON
Digital input selection function:
0: Function OFF
1: Cascade ON/OFF
2: Master channel Auto/Manual transfer
3: Valid for both 1 and 2
Self-diagnostic
Check item:
RAM check
Adjustment data check
Input value check
Watchdog timer
Operation at error occurrence in self-diagnosis:
FAIL lamp lights
All channel control outputs are turned off.
Reset state
Manual setting function
Auto/Manual transfer: Either Auto or Manual control can be selected.
Setting range:
-5.0 to +105.0 %
Balanceless bumpless: Balanceless bumpless transfer between Auto and Manual (both directions).
General specifications
Dimensions:
Weight:
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48 (W)
260 g
96 (H)
100 (D) mm
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8.4.2 Cascade control module (H-CIO-A) [Current/voltage input]
Input
Number of inputs:
Input type:
Input range:
Resolution:
Sampling cycle:
Input impedance:
Analog input filter:
Digital input filter:
Action at input break:
Measured accuracy:
Input scaling range:
Noise rejection ratio:
2 points (Master input/slave input)
Isolated between input and input, and between input and output.
Voltage input: 0 to 10 mV DC, 0 to 100 mV DC, 0 to 1 V DC,
0 to 5 V DC, 1 to 5 V DC, 0 to 10 V DC, -5 to +5 V DC,
-10 to +10 V DC, -1 to +1 V DC
Current input: 0 to 20 mA DC, 4 to 20 mA DC
Specify when ordering
-5 to +105 % of span
Refer to Input range table (P. 14)
1/10000
0.1 seconds
Voltage input:
1 M or more
Current input:
250
Cut-off frequency: Approx. 11.6 Hz
Rise time:
Approx. 33 ms
Response of 90 %
First order lag digital filter
Time constant:
Settable from 0.1 to 100.0 seconds
(Setting 0.0: Filter off)
Indicates value near zero
0.1 % of span 1 digit
-9999 to +10000
However, scaling is possible within a span of 10000 maximum.
Decimal point position can be varied down to 1 digit.
Normal mode:
Refer to item Input filter
Common mode: -120 dB or more (50/60 Hz)
Control action
Control method:
Control cycle:
Other functions:
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Brilliant PID control (PI control can also be used.)
Heat/Cool control is not available.
0.1 seconds
Overshoot prevention function (RFB limiter method)
Enhanced autotuning function
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Setting range
Set value (SV):
Proportional band:
Integral time:
Derivative time:
Control response parameter:
Proportioning cycle:
Same as scaling range
0.1 to 1000.0 % of span
1 to 3600 seconds
1 to 3600 seconds (PI control when set to 0 second)
Slow, Medium and Fast (3-step selection)
1 to 100 seconds
Control output
Relay contact output:
250 V AC, 3 A (Resistive load)
300,000 times or more (Rated load)
1a contact
1 to 100 seconds variable
Voltage pulse output:
0/12 V DC
600 or more
1 to 100 seconds variable
Current output:
0 to 20 mA DC and 4 to 20 mA DC
Specify when ordering
Resolution:
11 bits or more
Allowable load resistance:
500 or less
Output impedance:
5 M or more
(Output minus terminals cannot be connected in common.)
Voltage output:
Output voltage:
0 to 1 V DC, 0 to 5 V DC, 0 to 10 V DC and
1 to 5 V DC
Specify when ordering
Resolution:
11 bits or more
Allowable load resistance:
1 k or more
Output impedance:
0.1 or less
(Output minus terminals can be connected in common only for an output of
1 to 5 V DC.)
Triac output:
Capacity:
0.5 A (At an ambient temperature of 40 C)
Zero-cross method
Maximum load voltage:
250 V AC
Open collector output: Load voltage:
12 to 24 V DC
Maximum load current:
100 mA
Leak current when OFF:
0.1 mA or less
Maximum voltage drop at ON: 2.4 V or less (At a load current of 100 mA)
0.7 V or less (At a load current of 10 mA)
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Rating:
Electrical life:
Contact type:
Cycle:
Rating:
Allowable load resistance:
Cycle:
Output current:
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Temperature alarm function
Number of alarms:
2 points
Alarm types:
Deviation high alarm
Process high alarm
Deviation low alarm
Process low alarm
Deviation high/low alarm
Process high alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation band alarm
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Deviation low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation low alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Specify when ordering (Alarm action is specified for the H-PCP module.)
Setting range:
-span to +span:
Deviation high alarm, Deviation low alarm,
Deviation high alarm (with alarm hold),
Deviation low alarm (with alarm hold)
0 to span:
Deviation high/low alarm, Deviation band alarm,
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm hold)
Same as input range: Process high alarm, Process low alarm,
Process high alarm (with alarm hold),
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
Specify when ordering (Alarm action is specified for the H-PCP module.)
Setting resolution:
Same as input resolution
Alarm output:
This module outputs alarm status to the H-PCP module as data.
Loop break alarm function
Setting range:
Alarm output:
LBA setting time:
1 to 7200 seconds
LBA deadband (LBD): Same as input range
(LBD is automatically as the value of two times of integral value after the
completion of autotuning.)
This module outputs alarm status to the H-PCP module as data.
Digital input
Input type:
Dry contact
Resistance value at OPEN: 500 k or more
Resistance value at CLOSE: 10 or less
Number of inputs:
2 points
Voltage at OPEN:
12 V DC
Contact current:
Approx. 3 mA/point
Function:
Mode selection
Isolation method:
Photocoupler isolation
External connection: Terminals
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Cascade function
Monitor item:
Cascade monitor:
Normal setting value: Cascade bias:
Cascade gain:
Cascade ON/OFF:
Initial setting value:
Input range
-99.99 to +100.0 % of span
-9.999 to +10.000 (No engineering unit)
0: OFF
1: ON
Cascade control is turned ON/OFF via communication
or by digital input.
Cascade data selection: 0: Output values
1: Measured values
2: Local set values
3: Set value monitoring
4: Deviation (Local set values - Measured values)
Tracking function:
0: OFF
1: ON
Digital input selection function:
0: Function OFF
1: Cascade ON/OFF
2: Master channel Auto/Manual transfer
3: Valid for both 1 and 2
Self-diagnostic
Check item:
RAM check
Adjustment data check
Input value check
Watchdog timer
Operation at error occurrence in self-diagnosis:
FAIL lamp lights
All channel control outputs are turned off.
Reset state
Manual setting function
Auto/Manual transfer: Either Auto or Manual control can be selected.
Setting range:
-5.0 to +105.0 %
Balanceless bumpless: Balanceless bumpless transfer between Auto and Manual (both directions).
General specifications
Dimensions:
Weight:
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48 (W)
260 g
96 (H)
100 (D) mm
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8.5 H-CT Module
Input
Input type:
Number of inputs:
Number of common points:
Current transformer input (CT)
6 points
3 points
(1-2 channel/common, 3-4 channel/common, 5-6 channel/common)
Isolation method:
Photocoupler isolation
Input current:
0 to 30 A: CTL-6-P-N
0 to 100 A: CTL-12-S56-10L-N
Specify when ordering (Current transformer is sold separately)
Accuracy of heater current measurement:
5 % of input value or 2 A (The value whichever is greater)
Heater break alarm function
Setting range:
0.0 to 100.0 A
Corresponding channel setting: 1 to 20 channels (Same channel can be set)
Alarm output:
This module outputs alarm status to the H-PCP module as data.
Self-diagnostic
Check item:
RAM check
Watchdog timer
Operation at error occurrence in self-diagnosis:
FAIL lamp lights
Reset state
General specifications
Dimensions:
Weight:
158
24 (W)
120 g
96 (H)
100 (D) mm
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8.6 H-DI Module
8.6.1 Digital input module (H-DI-A)
Input
Input type:
Number of inputs:
Rated input voltage:
Input voltage range:
Rated input current:
Input impedance:
Input operation voltage:
Source type
8 points
24 V DC
21.6 to 26.4 V DC
6.7 mA/point (24 V DC)
3.6 k
ON voltage: 18.5 V DC
OFF voltage: 9.0 V DC
Number of common points: 4 points/common
Isolation method:
Photocoupler isolation
External connection:
Terminals
Functions
Memory area transfer:
Possible to transfer eight memory area.
Control RUN/STOP transfer: Possible to transfer RUN/STOP of temperature control.
Alarm interlock release:
Possible to release the alarm interlock on all channels.
Self-diagnostic
Check item:
RAM check
Watchdog timer
Operation at error occurrence in self-diagnosis:
FAIL lamp lights
Reset state
General specifications
Dimensions:
Weight:
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24 (W)
120 g
96 (H)
100 (D) mm
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8.6.2 Event digital input module (H-DI-B)
Input
Input type:
Number of inputs:
Rated input voltage:
Input voltage range:
Rated input current:
Input impedance:
Input operation voltage:
Source type
8 points
24 V DC
21.6 to 26.4 V DC
6.7 mA/point (24 V DC)
3.6 k
ON voltage: 18.5 V DC
OFF voltage: 9.0 V DC
Number of common points: 4 points/common
Isolation method:
Photocoupler isolation
External connection:
Terminals
Functions
DI monitor:
Logic circuit software:
8 points/module (Maximum 80 points/10 modules)
Number of logic circuits: 8 pieces/module
Logic circuit type:
4 types (AND, NAND, OR and NOR)
Number of logic inputs: 4 8 points
Input inversion selection: 4 8 points
Number of logic outputs: 1 8 points
Logic output delay counts: 0 to 255 counts (0.2 seconds/cycle)
Logic circuit type
Input inversion selection
Logic input 1
Logic input 2
Logic output
delay counter
Logic output
Logic input 3
Logic input 4
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Logic input type:
Event DI input:
1 to 80 CH
Event DI logic output:
1 to 80 CH
Event DO output:
1 to 72 CH
Temperature alarm 1:
1 to 18 CH
Temperature alarm 2:
1 to 18 CH
TIO burnout status:
1 to 18 CH
TIO heater break status:
1 to 18 CH
TIO loop break status:
1 to 18 CH
AI alarm 1:
1 to 36 CH
AI alarm 2:
1 to 36 CH
TI alarm 1:
1 to 36 CH
TI alarm 2:
1 to 36 CH
TI burnout status:
1 to 36 CH
H-PCP module error status: Provided/Not provided
TIO temperature rise completion status:
Completed/Not completed
TIO’s PID/AT logical add: Normally all channels are under control/
Either of channels are under autotuning
Self-diagnostic
Check item:
RAM check
Watchdog timer
Operation at error occurrence in self-diagnosis:
FAIL lamp lights
Reset state
General specifications
Dimensions:
Weight:
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24 (W)
120 g
96 (H)
100 (D) mm
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8.7 H-DO Module
8.7.1 Digital output module (H-DO-A, B)
Output
Output type:
H-DO-A: Relay contact output or open collector output (Sink load)
H-DO-B: Relay contact output
Number of outputs:
H-DO-A: 8 points
H-DO-B: 4 points
Number of common points: Relay contact output:
2 points (4 points/common):
H-DO-A type
All channel independent common output: H-DO-B type
Open collector output:
1 point (8 points/common)
Isolation method:
Photocoupler isolation
Relay contact output:
Rating:
250 V AC, 24 V DC
Maximum load current:
1 A/point (Resistive load)
4 A/common (Resistive load) [Only for H-DO-A type]
Minimum switching voltage/current:
5 V DC, 10 mA
Contact type: 1a contact
Open collector output:
Load voltage: 12 to 24 V DC
Maximum load current:
0.1 A/point
0.8 A/common
Only for H-DO-A type
Functions
Temperature alarm output: Select alarm (alarm 1 or alarm 2) is output to each channels.
AI alarm output:
Select AI alarm (alarm 1 or alarm 2) is output to each channels.
Heater break alarm output: A heater break alarm is output for each channel when the heater is
broken.
Burnout alarm output:
A burnout alarm is output for each channel when the input sensor is
broken.
Loop break alarm output:
A loop break alarm is output for each channel when an error occurs in
the control system.
Self-diagnostic
Check item:
RAM check
Watchdog timer
Operation at error occurrence in self-diagnosis:
FAIL lamp lights
Reset state
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General specifications
Dimensions:
Weight:
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24 (W) 96 (H) 100 (D) mm
H-DO-A: 140 g
H-DO-B: 130 g
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8.7.2 Digital output module (H-DO-D)
Output
Output type:
Open collector output
Number of outputs:
16 points
Number of common points: Vcc:
2 points (8 points/common)
GND:
2 points (8 points/common)
Isolation method:
Photocoupler isolation
Open collector output:
Load voltage:
12 to 24 V DC
Maximum load current: 0.05 A/point
0.4 A/common
Setting method:
Set by H-PCP module via serial communication.
The alarm type is set for each block consisting of eight channels.
Alarm output type:
Temperature alarm 1
Temperature alarm 2
Burnout alarm
Heater break alarm
Loop break alarm
AI alarm 1
AI alarm 2
Unused
Self-diagnostic
Check item:
RAM check
Watchdog timer
Operation at error occurrence in self-diagnosis:
FAIL lamp lights
Reset state
General specifications
Dimensions:
Weight:
164
24 (W)
140 g
96 (H)
100 (D) mm
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8.7.3 Event digital output module (H-DO-C)
Output
Output type:
Number of outputs:
Number of common points:
Isolation method:
Open collector output:
Setting method:
Alarm output types:
Open collector output
8 points
1 point (8 points/common)
Photocoupler isolation
Load voltage:
12 to 24 V DC
Maximum load current: 0.1 A/point
0.8 A/common
Set by H-PCP module via serial communication.
Temperature alarm 1 status
Temperature alarm 2 status
Temperature burnout alarm status
Heater break alarm status
AI alarm 1 status
AI alarm 2 status
Status output
Loop break alarm status
PID/AT status
TI alarm 1 status
TI alarm 2 status
TI burnout alarm status
Event DI logic output status
Temperature deviation alarm
Temperature process alarm
Temperature set value alarm
Alarm output
AI process alarm
TI process alarm
Temperature process value comparison
Temperature set value comparison
AI process value comparison
TI process value comparison
Comparison output
Output function
Status output functions:
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H-PCP module.
Channel numbers of H-TIO modules, etc. can be selected.
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Alarm output functions:
Comparison output functions:
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Temperature deviation alarm:
Deviation high alarm
Deviation low alarm
Deviation high/low alarm
Deviation band alarm
Deviation high alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm hold)
Deviation high alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Deviation low alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Deviation high/low alarm (with alarm re-hold)
Temperature process alarm:
Process high alarm
Process low alarm
Process high alarm (with alarm hold)
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
Temperature set value alarm:
High alarm
Low alarm
AI process alarm:
Process high alarm
Process low alarm
Process high alarm (with alarm hold)
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
TI process alarm:
Process high alarm
Process low alarm
Process high alarm (with alarm hold)
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
- Unit common setting for both Alarm delay timer and Alarm
differential gap.
- Channel numbers of H-TIO modules, etc. can be selected.
- With interlock function
Temperature process value comparison:
Comparison between PV and PV of H-TIO module
Temperature set value comparison:
Comparison between SV and SV of H-TIO module
AI process value comparison:
Comparison between PV and PV of H-AI module
TI process value comparison:
Comparison between PV and PV of H-TI module
- Unit common setting for both Alarm delay timer and Alarm
differential gap.
- Channel numbers of H-TIO modules, etc. can be selected.
- With interlock function
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Self-diagnostic
Check item:
RAM check
Watchdog timer
Operation at error occurrence in self-diagnosis:
FAIL lamp lights
Reset state
General specifications
Dimensions:
Weight:
IMSRM15-E6
24 (W)
140 g
96 (H)
100 (D) mm
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8.8 H-AI Module
Input
Number of inputs:
Input type:
Input range:
Resolution:
Sampling cycle:
Input impedance:
Analog input filter:
Digital input filter:
Action at input break:
Measured accuracy:
Input scaling range:
Noise rejection ratio:
Calibration function:
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H-AI-A: 4 points
(Isolated between input and CPU. Not isolated between each channel.)
H-AI-B: 2 points
(Isolated between each channel and between input and CPU.)
Voltage input: 0 to 10 mV DC, 0 to 100 mV DC, 0 to 1 V DC,
0 to 5 V DC, 1 to 5 V DC, 0 to 10 V DC, -5 to +5 V DC,
-10 to +10 V DC, -1 to +1 V DC
Current input: 0 to 20 mA DC, 4 to 20 mA DC
Specify when ordering
-5 to +105 % of span
1/10000
H-AI-A: 0.2 seconds
H-AI-B: 0.1 seconds
Voltage input:
1 M or more
Current input:
250
Cut-off frequency: Approx. 11.6 Hz
Rise time:
Approx. 33 ms
Response of 90 %
First order lag digital filter
Time constant: Settable from 0.1 to 100.0 seconds
(Setting 0.0: Filter off)
Moving average:
Moving average of four times (Used/unused can be selected)
Can be simultaneously used.
Indicates value near zero
0.1 % of span 1 digit
-9999 to +10000
However, scaling is possible within a span of 10000 maximum.
Decimal point position can be varied down to 3 digit.
Normal mode: Refer to item Input filter
Common mode: -120 dB or more (50/60 Hz)
Zero-point calibration function: Within -5 to +5 % of span
Full scale calibration function: Within -95 to +105 % of span
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Alarm function
Number of alarms:
Alarm types:
Setting range:
Setting resolution:
Alarm output:
2 points
Process high alarm
Process low alarm
Process high alarm (with alarm hold)
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
The alarm type can be selected for each alarm.
(Alarm action is specified for the H-PCP module)
Same as input range: Process high alarm, Process low alarm,
Process high alarm (with alarm hold),
Process low alarm (with alarm hold)
The alarm type can be selected for each alarm.
Same as input resolution
This module outputs alarm status to the H-PCP module as data.
Self-diagnostic
Check item:
RAM check
Adjustment data check
Input value check
Watchdog timer
Operation at error occurrence in self-diagnosis:
FAIL lamp lights
Reset state
General specifications
Dimensions:
Weight:
IMSRM15-E6
24 (W) 96 (H)
H-AI-A: 120 g
H-AI-B: 140 g
100 (D) mm
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8.9 H-AO Module
Output
Number of inputs:
H-AO-A: 4 points
(Isolated between output and CPU. Not isolated between each channel.)
H-AO-B: 2 points
(Isolated between each channel and between output and CPU.)
Output type:
Voltage output: 0 to 10 mV DC, 0 to 100 mV DC, 0 to 1 V DC,
0 to 5 V DC, 1 to 5 V DC, 0 to 10 V DC
Current output: 0 to 20 mA DC, 4 to 20 mA DC
Specify when ordering
Resolution:
12 bits or more
Output impedance:
Voltage output: Approx. 10 (0 to 10 mV DC, 0 to 100 mV DC)
0.1 or less (0 to 1 V DC, 0 to 5 V DC, 1 to 5 V DC,
0 to 10 V DC)
Current output: 5 M or more
Allowable load resistance: Voltage output: 20 k or more (0 to 10 mV DC, 0 to 100 mV DC)
1 k or more (0 to 1 V DC, 0 to 5 V DC, 1 to 5 V DC,
0 to 10 V DC)
Current output: 500 or less
Setting method:
Set via serial communication from the H-PCP module, or set from the
dedicated operation panel.
Selection of AO function: Manual mode
Recorder mode: Temperature measured value (PV)
Temperature set value (SV)
Temperature deviation value
Heat-side manipulated output value
Cool-side manipulated output value
H-AI module input value
H-TI module input value
H-TIO-K module feedback resistance input
Calibration function:
Correction of zero and full scale points
Recorder mode
Type/channel selection:
Type to be freely output and channel can be selected by AO function/
channel selection.
Output zooming function: Measured value data to be output is expanded and then output to AO.
Output change cycle:
200 ms
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Manual mode
Scaling:
-10000 to +10000
However, scaling is possible within a span of 10000.
Output change rate limiter: 0.1 to 100.0 %/second
(0.0 second: The rate of output change limit is turned off.)
Rise/fall common setting
Self-diagnostic
Check item:
RAM check
Adjustment data check
Watchdog timer
Operation at error occurrence in self-diagnosis:
FAIL lamp lights
All channel control outputs are turned off.
Reset state
General specifications
Dimensions:
Weight:
IMSRM15-E6
24 (W)
120 g
96 (H)
100 (D) mm
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8.10 Common Specifications
Control unit
Power supply voltage:
Insulation resistance:
Withstand voltage:
Withstand noise:
Withstand vibration:
Power failure effect:
Ambient temperature range:
Ambient humidity range:
Operating environment:
Storage temperature range:
Storage humidity range:
Grounding resistance:
Cooling method:
172
90 to 132 V AC (50/60 Hz)
[Including power supply voltage variation]
(Rating: 100 to 120 V AC)
180 to 264 V AC (50/60 Hz)
[Including power supply voltage variation]
(Rating: 200 to 240 V AC)
21.6 to 26.4 V DC
[Including power supply voltage variation]
(Rating: 24 V DC)
Between power and ground terminals:
20 M or more at 500 V DC
Between input/output and ground terminals:
20 M or more at 500 V DC
Between power and ground terminals:
1500 V AC for 1 minute
Between input/output and ground terminals:
1000 V AC for 1 minute
1500 V (peak to peak)
Pulse width: 1 s
Rise time: 1 ns
By noise simulator
Frequency: 5 to 9 Hz
Amplitude:
1.5 mm
Frequency: 9 to 150 Hz
Acceleration: 5.0 m/s
Sweep speed:
10 Hz/min
Vibration director: Front and back, Right and left, Up and down
(Three directions)
Vibration time:
1 hour, all directions
No influence even under power failure of 20 ms or less.
0 to 50 C
45 to 85 %RH
(Absolute humidity: MAX.W.C 29.3 g/m3 dry air at 101.3 kPa)
No corrosive gases, no large amounts of dust or particulates.
-20 to +70 C
95 %RH or less (Non condensing)
100 or less
Natural cooling
IMSRM15-E6
The first edition: MAR. 1996
The sixth edition: MAR. 2013 [IMQ00]
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RKC INSTRUMENT INC.
HEADQUARTERS: 16-6, KUGAHARA 5-CHOME, OHTA-KU TOKYO 146-8515 JAPAN
PHONE: 03-3751-9799 (+81 3 3751 9799)
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IMSRM15-E6
MAR. 2013