Shinko PCD-33A Instruction manual

PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
PCD-33A
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Preface
Thank you for purchasing our Programmable Controller PCD-33A. This manual contains instructions
for the mounting, functions, operation and notes when operating the PCD-33A. To prevent accidents
arising from the misuse of this controller, please ensure the operator receives this manual.
Notes
• This instrument should be used in accordance with the specifications described in the manual.
If it is not used according to the specifications, it may malfunction or cause a fire.
• Be sure to follow the warnings, cautions and notices. If they are not observed, serious injury or
malfunction may occur.
• Specifications of the PCD-33A and the contents of this instruction manual are subject to change
without notice.
• Care has been taken to ensure that the contents of this instruction manual are correct, but if there
are any doubts, mistakes or questions, please inform our sales department.
• Measures must be taken to ensure that the operator cannot touch power terminals or other high
voltage sections.
• Any unauthorized transfer or copying of this document, in part or in whole, is prohibited.
• Shinko Technos CO., LTD. is not liable for any damage or secondary damage(s) incurred as a result
of using this product, including any indirect damage.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Be sure to read these precautions before using our products.)
The safety precautions are classified into categories: “Warning” and “Caution”.
Depending on the circumstances, procedures indicated by
Caution may cause serious results,
so be sure to follow the directions for usage.
Warning
Procedures which may lead to dangerous conditions and cause
death or serious injury, if not carried out properly.
Caution
Procedures which may lead to dangerous conditions and cause
superficial to medium injury or physical damage or may degrade or
damage the product, if not carried out properly.
Warning
• To prevent an electric shock or fire, only Shinko or other qualified service personnel may
handle the inner assembly.
• To prevent an electric shock, fire or damage to instrument, parts replacement may only be
undertaken by Shinko or other qualified service personnel.
Safety precautions
• To ensure safe and correct use, thoroughly read and understand this manual before using this
instrument.
• This instrument is intended to be used for industrial machinery, machine tools and measuring
equipment. Verify correct usage after consulting purpose of use with our agency or main office.
(Never use this instrument for medical purposes with which human lives are involved.)
• External protection devices such as protection equipment against excessive temperature rise, etc.
must be installed, as malfunction of this product could result in serious damage to the system or
injury to personnel. Also proper periodic maintenance is required.
• This instrument must be used under the conditions and environment described in this manual.
Shinko Technos Co., Ltd. does not accept liability for any injury, loss of life or damage occurring due
to the instrument being used under conditions not otherwise stated in this manual.
Caution with respect to Export Trade Control Ordinance
To avoid this instrument from being used as a component in, or as being utilized in the manufacture of
weapons of mass destruction (i.e. military applications, military equipment, etc.), please investigate the
end users and the final use of this instrument.
In the case of resale, ensure that this instrument is not illegally exported.
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1. Installation precautions
Caution
This instrument is intended to be used under the following environmental
conditions (IEC61010-1): Overvoltage category , Pollution degree 2
Ensure the mounting location corresponds to the following conditions:
• A minimum of dust, and an absence of corrosive gases
• No flammable, explosive gases
• Few mechanical vibrations or shocks
• No exposure to direct sunlight, an ambient temperature of 0 to 50 (32 to 122 )
that does not change rapidly, and no icing
• An ambient non-condensing humidity of 35 to 85%RH
• No large capacity electromagnetic switches or cables through which large current is flowing
• No water, oil or chemicals or where the vapors of these substances can come into
direct contact with the unit
• Take note that ambient temperature of this unit must not exceed 50 (122 ) if mounted
through the control panel. Otherwise the life of electronic components (especially
electrolytic capacitors) may be shortened.
Note: Although the case of this instrument is made of flame-resistant resin, do not install
this instrument on or near flammable material.
2. Wiring precautions
Caution
• Use a solderless terminal with an insulation sleeve in which the M3 screw fits when
wiring the PCD-33A.
• The terminal block of this instrument is designed to be wired from the left side.
The lead wire must be inserted from the left side of the terminal, and fastened with the
terminal screw (M3).
• Tighten the terminal screw (M3) within the specified torque.
If excessive force is applied to the screw when tightening, the screw (M3) or case may
be damaged.
• Do not apply a commercial power source to the sensor which is connected to the input
terminal nor allow the power source to come into contact with the sensor, as the input
circuit may be burnt out.
• This controller has no built-in power switch or fuse. It is necessary to install them near
the controller.
(Recommended fuse: Time-lag fuse, Rated voltage 250V AC, Rated current 2A)
• For a 24V AC/DC power source, do not confuse polarity when using direct current (DC).
3.Operation and maintenance precautions
Warning
• It is recommended to perform auto-tuning during trial run.
• Do not touch live terminals. This may cause electric shock or problems in operation.
• Turn the power supply to the instrument OFF before retightening the terminal.
Working on or touching the terminal with the power switched ON may result in severe
injury or death due to Electric Shock.
• Be sure to turn the power to the PCD-33A OFF before cleaning.
• Use a soft, dry cloth when cleaning the instrument.
(Alcohol based substances may tarnish or deface the unit.)
• As the display section is vulnerable, do not strike or scratch it with a hard object or press
hard on it.
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Abbreviations used in this manual
Symbol
Term
PV
Process variable
SV
Desired value
MV
Output manipulated variable
OUT
Control output
AT
Auto-tuning
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CONTENTS ---
1. Model
1.1 Model ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5
1.2 Rated input ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6
1.3 How to read the model label ------------------------------------------------------- 6
2. Name and functions of sections
2.1 Displays and indicators -------------------------------------------------------------- 7
2.2 Keys -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8
3. Mounting to the control panel
3.1 Site selection -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8
3.2 External dimensions and panel cutout ------------------------------------------ 9
3.3 Mounting -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9
4. Wiring
4.1 Terminal arrangement -------------------------------------------------------------- 11
4.2 Wiring examples --------------------------------------------------------------------- 12
5. Setup
5.1 Setup ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 14
5.2 Basic operation for setup ---------------------------------------------------------- 15
5.3 Setting items in Auxiliary function setting mode 2 --------------------------- 16
6. Operation
6.1 Operation flowchart ----------------------------------------------------------------- 22
6.2 Operation
(1) Turn the power supply to the controller ON --------------------------------- 24
(2) Program standby mode ---------------------------------------------------------- 24
(3) Program pattern number selection -------------------------------------------- 24
(4) Pattern (Step SV/Time) setting mode ---------------------------------------- 25
(5) Alarm/Time signal setting mode ----------------------------------------------- 27
(6) PID parameter setting mode ---------------------------------------------------- 28
(7) Wait parameter setting mode --------------------------------------------------- 29
(8) Auxiliary function setting mode 1 ---------------------------------------------- 31
(9) Auxiliary function setting mode 2 ---------------------------------------------- 33
(10) Data clearing function ---------------------------------------------------------- 33
7. Running
7.1 How to set the program ----------------------------------------------------------- 34
7.2 Performing program control ------------------------------------------------------ 34
7.3 Stopping program control --------------------------------------------------------- 39
7.4 Advance function -------------------------------------------------------------------- 39
7.5 Switching to Fixed value control (Hold function) ---------------------------- 40
7.6 Correcting PV (Sensor correction function) ---------------------------------- 41
7.7 Auto-tuning (AT) --------------------------------------------------------------------- 42
8. Control and Alarm action
8.1 P, I, D, ARW action ----------------------------------------------------------------- 45
8.2 Standard action ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 46
8.3 ON/OFF control action ------------------------------------------------------------ 47
8.5 Alarm 1 (A1) and Alarm 2 (A2) action ----------------------------------------- 48
9. Other functions -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 49
10. Specifications
10.1 Standard specifications ---------------------------------------------------------- 51
10.2 Optional specifications ----------------------------------------------------------- 54
11. Troubleshooting ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 55
12. Character table ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 58
13. Program pattern graphing ---------------------------------------------------------- 60
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1. Model
1.1 Model
Fill in the squares with the alphanumeric characters to represent the function or type.
[Example]
PCD-33A – R / M ,
C5 ,
Option: Serial communication
Input: Multi-input
Control output (OUT): Relay contact output
Standard model
P C D – 3 3 A – / M,
Control action 3
Alarm
A
R
Control output
S
(OUT)
A
Series name: PCD-300
PID control action
Alarm 1 (A1), Alarm 2 (A2) (*1)
Relay contact
Non-contact voltage
DC current
K, J, R, S, B, E, T, N, PL- , C (W/Re5-26),
Pt100, JPt100, 4-20mA DC, 0-20mA DC,
Input
M
0-1V DC, 0-5V DC, 1-5V DC, 0-10V DC
(*2)
100 to 240V AC (standard)
Supply voltage
1
24V AC/DC 50/60Hz (*3)
C5
Serial communication (EIA RS-485) (*4)
SVTC
Set value digital transmission (*4)
P24
Insulated power output (*5)
Options
TC
Electric shock protection terminal cover
Color: Black Front panel: Dark gray
BK
Case: Black
*1: 9 types of alarm and no alarm action can be selected by front keypad operation.
*2: One input type can be selected from 10 thermocouple types (K, J, R, S, B, E, T, N,
PL- , C (W/Re5-26), 2 RTD types (Pt100, JPt100), 2 DC current types (4-20mA DC,
0-20mA) and 4 DC voltage types (0-1V DC, 0-5V DC, 1-5V DC, 0-10V DC) by the front
keypad operation.
*3: For the supply voltage, 100 to 240V AC is standard. “1” is entered for 24V AC/DC.
*4: If this option is added, standard external operation cannot be used.
C5 and SVTC options cannot be added together.
*5: If this option is added, standard Alarm 2 (A2) cannot be used.
Characters used in this manual
Indication
-1 0
1
2
Number, /
Indication
Alphabet
A
B C
Indication
Alphabet
N O P Q
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
5
M
1.2 Rated input
(Table 1.2-1)
Input type
K
Thermocouple
J
R
S
B
E
T
N
PLC (W/Re5-26)
Pt100
RTD
JPt100
DC
current
DC
voltage
4 to 20mA DC
0 to 20mA DC
0 to 1V DC
0 to 5V DC
1 to 5V DC
0 to 10V DC
Input range
-200 to 1370
-320 to 2500
-199.9 to 400.0
-199.9 to 750.0
-200 to 1000
-320 to 1800
0 to 1760
0 to 3200
0 to 1760
0 to 3200
0 to 1820
0 to 3300
-200 to 800
-320 to 1500
-199.9 to 400.0
-199.9 to 750.0
-200 to 1300
-320 to 2300
0 to 1390
0 to 2500
0 to 2315
0 to 4200
-199.9 to 850.0
-199.9 to 999.9
-200 to 850
-300 to 1500
-199.9 to 500.0
-199.9 to 900.0
-200 to 500
-300 to 900
-1999 to 9999 *1, *2
-1999 to 9999 *1, *2
-1999 to 9999 *1
-1999 to 9999 *1
-1999 to 9999 *1
-1999 to 9999 *1
Resolution
1 ( )
0.1 ( )
1 ( )
1 ( )
1 ( )
1 ( )
1 ( )
0.1 ( )
1 ( )
1 ( )
1 ( )
0.1 ( )
1 ( )
0.1 ( )
1 ( )
1
1
1
1
1
1
(*1) For DC current and voltage inputs, scaling and decimal point place are changeable.
(*2) For DC current input, 50 shunt resistor (sold separately) must be connected.
1.3 How to read the model label
Warning
Do not take the inner assembly out or touch the terminal with the power supply
ON when confirming the model label.
Touching the terminal with the power switched ON may result in severe injury
or death due to Electric Shock.
Model labels are attached to the case and the left side of the inner assembly.
[Example]
Model
Serial number
(Fig. 1.3-1) Case label
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(Fig. 1.3-2) Inner assembly label
2 Name and functions of sections
2.1 Displays and indicators
(2)
(1)
(3)
(11)
(4)
(10)
(5)
(9)
(6)
(8)
(7)
(Fig. 2.1-1)
(1) PV display (Red)
Indicates the PV (Process variable), or setting characters in the setting mode.
(2) SV display (Green)
Indicates the SV (desired value) or step SV, or each set value in the setting mode.
(3) PTN display (Green)
Indicates the Pattern number.
(4) STEP display (Green)
Indicates the step number.
While Wait function is working, the related step number flashes.
(5) OUT indicator (Green)
Lights when the control output (OUT) is on.
(For the current output type, it flashes at a cycle of every 250ms corresponding to
the output manipulated variable.)
(6) RUN indicator (Red)
Lights while program control is performing.
Flashes while program control is held.
(7) A1 indicator (Red)
Lights when Alarm 1 (A1) output is on.
(8) A2 indicator (Red)
Lights when Alarm 2 (A2) output is on.
(9) EVT indicator (Red)
Lights when an output type (Time signal output, Pattern end output or Run output)
selected during Event output function selection is on.
(10) TX/RX indicator (yellow)
Flashes while transmitting data via Serial communication.
(Data sending: Lit, Data receiving: Unlit)
(11) AT indicator (yellow)
Flashes while auto-tuning is being performed.
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2.2 Keys
(18)
(17)
(12)
(16)
(13)
(15)
(14)
(Fig. 2.2-1)
(Increase Key) : Increases the numeric value on the SV display or switches to
the next item.
(13)
(Decrease Key) : Decreases the numeric value on the SV display or switches to
the next item.
(14) PTN (Pattern Key) : Selects a program pattern number.
(15) STOP (STOP Key) : Cancels the program control or the pattern end output.
(16) RUN (RUN Key)
: Starts a program control, or advances to the next step after
cancelling the current step (Advance function).
(17) MODE (MODE Key): Switches to the next setting mode, and registers the set values.
(18) RST (Reset Key) : Cancels the setting mode, then reverts to the Program standby
mode or Program control run mode.
(12)
3. Mounting to the control panel
3.1 Site selection
This instrument is intended to be used under the following environmental conditions
(IEC61010-1): Overvoltage category , Pollution degree 2
Ensure the mounting location corresponds to the following conditions:
(1) A minimum of dust, and an absence of corrosive gases
(2) No flammable, explosive gases
(3) No mechanical vibrations or shocks
(4) No exposure to direct sunlight, an ambient temperature of 0 to 50 (32 to 122 )
that does not change rapidly, and no icing
(5) An ambient non-condensing humidity of 35 to 85%RH
(6) No large capacity electromagnetic switches or cables through which large current
is flowing
(7) No water, oil or chemicals or where the vapors of these substances can come
into direct contact with the controller
(8) Take note that ambient temperature of this unit must not exceed 50 (122 )
if mounted through the control panel. Otherwise the life of electronic components
(especially electrolytic capacitors) may be shortened.
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91
106.2
3.2 External dimensions and Panel cutout (Scale: mm)
11.5
96
98.5
104.5 (for TC option)
130
92 +0.8
0
(Fig. 3.2-1)
nX96-3 + 0.5
0
Lateral close mounting
n: Number of units mounted
92 +0.8
0
(Fig. 3.2-2)
If lateral close mounting is used for the controller,
IP66 specification (Drip-proof/Dust-proof) may be
compromised, and all warranties will be invalidated.
3.3 Mounting
Mountable panel thickness is 1 to 8mm.
Insert the PCD-33A from the front of the control panel.
Slot the mounting bracket to the holes at the top and bottom of the case,
and screw in place.
Notice
As the case is made of resin, do not use excessive force while screwing in the mounting
bracket. The torque should be 0.12N•m.
(Fig. 3.3-1)
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4. Wiring
Warning
Turn the power supply to the instrument off before wiring or checking.
Working on or touching the terminal with the power switched on may result in
severe injury or death due to Electric Shock.
Moreover, the instrument must be grounded before the power supply to the
instrument is turned on.
Caution
• Do not leave wire remnants in the instrument, because they could cause a fire or
malfunction.
• For the ground terminal of the PCD-33A, use 2mm2 or more of thick wire.
However, avoid grounding in conjunction with the power line.
• Use the solderless terminal with an insulation sleeve in which the M3 screw fits when
wiring the PCD-33A terminals.
• The terminal block of the PCD-33A is designed to be wired from the left side.
The lead wire must be inserted from the left side of the terminal, and fastened with
the terminal screw (M3).
• Tighten the terminal screw (M3) using the specified torque.
If the screw is tightened too hard, the screw or case may be damaged.
• Use a thermocouple, compensating lead wire and 3-wire system RTD according to
the input specification of this controller.
• In the case of 24V DC for power source, do not confuse polarity.
• With the relay contact output type, externally use an auxiliary electromagnetic switch
according to the capacity of the load to protect the built-in relay contact.
• When wiring, keep input wire (thermocouple, RTD, etc.) away from AC source and
load wire.
• This controller has neither a built-in power switch nor a fuse. Therefore, it is necessary
to install them in the circuit near the external controller.
(Recommended fuse: Time-lag fuse, rated voltage 250V AC, rated current 2A)
• Do not apply a commercial power source to the sensor connected to the input
terminal nor allow the power source to come into contact with the sensor, as the
input circuit may be burnt out.
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Communication (RS-485) C5
or Set value digital
transmission SVTC
4.1 Terminal arrangement
1
11
2
12
3
13
H 4
14
5 Relay contact C 5
15
6
L 6
16
7
17
8
18
9
19
Ground
Power supply
+
2
24V DC
-
3
100 to 240V AC
or 24V AC
Control output
+
Non-contact
voltage
DC current
-
Alarm 1 (A1)
+
9
Insulated power
output P24
-
10
Alarm 2 (A2)
10
YA(-)
14
YB(+)
Event output
(EVT)
External operation
input
SG
17
+
-
18
19
20
20
TC
(Fig. 4.1-1)
11
A
18
B
19
B
RTD
+
DC
• For DC current input, 50 shunt resistor (sold separately) must be installed between
input terminals.
• Dotted lines show options.
• If the C5 or SVTC option is added, external operation cannot be performed.
The C5 and SVTC options cannot be added together.
For details of options, see “10.2 Optional specifications” on p.54.
Solderless terminal
Use a solderless terminal with an insulation sleeve in which the M3 screw fits as shown
below.
The torque should be 0.63N•m.
Solderless
Tightening
Manufacturer
Model
terminal
torque
Nichifu Terminal Industries CO.,LTD.
TMEV1.25Y-3
Y type
Japan Solderless Terminal MFG CO.,LTD. VD1.25-B3A
0.63N•m
Nichifu Terminal Industries CO.,LTD.
TMEV1.25-3
Ring type
Japan Solderless Terminal MFG CO.,LTD. V1.25-3
5.8mm or less
5.8mm or less
3.2mm
(Fig. 4.1-2)
11
3.2mm
External operation function
Program control run/stop can be performed externally. See (Fig. 4.1-3) and (Fig. 4.1-4).
• External operation input terminals
External operation comprises 2 input types as follows.
Open collector input
Contact (pulse) input
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
(Fig. 4.1-3)
• Program control run
As soon as terminals 14 and 17 change from Open to Closed, program control is performed.
• Program control stop
As soon as terminals 14 and 17 change from Closed to Open, program control stops.
If pattern end output is turned ON after program control ends, pattern end output stops
by changing terminals 14 and 17 from Closed to Open.
Controller status
Contact
Closed
Contact
Open
Standby mode
Contact Open
Standby mode
(Fig.4.1-4)
Program control STOP
Program control RUN
Contact Open
Contact Closed
Performs program control.
Program control is performed
when the contact is changed
from Open to Closed.
4.2 Wiring examples
[PCD-33A-R/M] 3-phase
Stops program control.
Program control stops when
the contact is changed from
Closed to Open.
Caution
100 to 240V AC
or 24V AC/DC
For a 24V AC/DC power source,
do not confuse polarity when using
direct current (DC).
*
Electromagnetic
switch
Alarm unit
Alarm unit
Heater
Thermocouple
Electric furnace
* For the relay contact output type (PCD-33A-R/M), it is recommended that
a surge absorber be installed between the electromagnetic switch coils to
prevent the unit from harmful effects of unexpected high level noise.
(Fig.4.2-1)
12
[PCD-33A-S/M]
Single phase
100 to 240V AC
or 24V AC/DC
2
3
1
4
Solid-state relay
SA-300
1
11
2
12
3
13
4
14
5
15
6
16
7
17
8
18
9
19
10
20
+
-
Alarm unit
Alarm unit
Heater
Electric furnace
Thermocouple
(Fig.4.2-2)
[PCD-33A-A/M]
3-phase
100 to 240V AC
or 24V AC/DC
1
2
3
4
U
V
W
u
v
w
Alarm unit
Phase control
Power controller
Alarm unit
PA-215-H3
Heater
Electric furnace
Thermocouple
(Fig. 4.2-3)
13
1
11
2
12
3
13
4
14
5
15
6
16
7
17
8
18
9
19
10
20
+
-
5. Setup
5.1 Setup
Setup should occur before using this controller, to set the Input type, Program control
start type, Alarm type, Control action, etc. according to the users’ conditions.
If the users’ specification is the same as the default value of the PCD-33A, it is not
necessary to set up the controller. Proceed to “6. Operation” (p.21).
Set up the controller after connecting terminals 2 and 3 for the power supply to this
instrument, referring to “4. Wiring” (p.10, 11).
Setup is conducted in Auxiliary function setting mode 2.
The setting items and default values in Auxiliary function setting mode 2 are shown below
(Table 5.1-1).
(Table 5.1-1)
PV display
Setting/Selection item
(1)
Input type
Selects a sensor type and unit / .
(2)
Scaling high limit
Sets the scaling high limit value.
(3)
Scaling low limit
Sets the scaling low limit value.
(4)
Decimal point place
Selects a decimal point place.
(5)
PV filter time constant
Sets the PV filter time constant.
(6)
Step time unit
Selects the step time unit.
(7)
Step SV for control start
Sets step SV when program control starts.
(8)
Program control start type
Selects the program control start type.
(9)
OUT high limit
Sets OUT (control output) high limit.
(10)
OUT low limit
Sets OUT (control output) low limit.
(11)
OUT ON/OFF hysteresis
Sets OUT (control output) ON/OFF hysteresis.
(12)
Alarm 1 (A1) type
Selects Alarm 1 (A1) type.
(13)
Alarm 2 (A2) type
Selects Alarm 2 (A2) type.
(14)
Alarm 1 (A1) Energized/De-energized
Selects Alarm 1 (A1) Energized/De-energized.
(15)
Alarm 2 (A2) Energized/De-energized
Selects Alarm 2 (A2) Energized/De-energized.
(16)
Alarm 1 (A1) hysteresis
Sets Alarm 1 (A1) hysteresis.
(17)
Alarm 2 (A2) hysteresis
Sets Alarm 2 (A2) hysteresis.
(18)
Alarm 1 (A1) action delay timer
Sets Alarm 1 (A1) action delay timer.
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Default value
Thermocouple K
-200 to 1370
9999
-1999
No decimal
point
0.0 seconds
Hour:Minute
0
PV start
100%
0%
1.0
No alarm action
No alarm action
Energized
Energized
1.0
1.0
0 seconds
(19)
Alarm 2 (A2) action delay timer
Sets Alarm 2 (A2) action delay timer.
Event output function
Selects an Event output type.
Pattern end output time
Sets pattern end output time.
Direct/Reverse control action
Selects Direct(Cooling) or Reverse(Heating) control action.
(20)
(21)
(22)
0 seconds
Time signal
output
0sec(Continuous
output)
Reverse
(Heating) control
5.2 Basic operation for setup
The following shows how to enter and set Auxiliary function setting mode 2.
To enter Auxiliary function setting mode 2, press the
Key for 3 seconds while
holding down the
and
keys in the Program standby mode or in the Program
control run mode.
Set or select values with the
or
key.
To register the values, use the
or
Key.
Program standby mode or Program control run mode
PV
PTN
Actual temp.
Press the
Key for 3 seconds while holding down
[ ]
STEP
SV
the
and
keys.
[ ]
[
]
The unit enters Auxiliary function setting mode 2, and
+
+
Input type selection mode appears.
(for 3 sec)
Auxiliary function setting mode 2
PTN
PV
[ ]
[
]
Input type
STEP
SV
Select a sensor type that matches the users’ with the
[ ]
[
]
or
key.
,
• Default:
(K, -200 to 1370 )
PTN
[ ]
STEP
[ ]
PV
PTN
PV
[ ]
STEP
[ ]
SV
SV
[
[
]
]
DC voltage input
(0 to 1V DC) has been
selected in this example.
Press the
Key. The input type will be registered,
and the Scaling high limit setting item will appear.
If any other input type except DC input is selected,
the PV filter time constant setting item will appear.
[
[
]
]
Scaling high limit
Set a value with the
Key.
or
key, and register it with the
Set other items in the same way according to the users’
conditions.
If the
Key is pressed several times or if the
Key is pressed, the controller reverts to the Program
standby mode.
PTN
[ ]
STEP
[ ]
PV
[
SV
[
]
]
If the
Key is pressed, the controller reverts to
the Program standby mode from any mode.
,
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5.3 Setting items in Auxiliary function setting mode 2
(1)
: Input type
Selects a sensor type and temperature unit.
When changing the input from DC voltage to other inputs, remove the sensor
connected to this controller, then change the input. If the input is changed while
the sensor is connected, the input circuit may break.
Set the same sensor type as the users’.
Selecting item: Refer to (Table 5.3-1) below.
Default value:
(K, -200 to 1370 )
(Table 5.3-1)
Character
Character
Input
Input range
Input range
-200 to 1370
-320 to 2500
K
-199.9 to 400.0
-199.9 to 750.0
J
-200 to 1000
-320 to 1800
R
0 to 1760
0 to 3200
S
ThermoB
couple
E
0 to 1760
0 to 3200
0 to 1820
0 to 3300
-200 to 800
-320 to 1500
T
-199.9 to 400.0
-199.9 to 750.0
N
-200 to 1300
-320 to 2300
0 to 1390
0 to 2500
Pt100
0 to 2315
-199.9 to 850.0
0 to 4200
-199.9 to 999.9
JPt100
-199.9 to 500.0
-199.9 to 900.0
Pt100
-200 to 850
-300 to 1500
JPt100
4 to 20mA
-200 to 500
-1999 to 9999
0 to 20mA
-1999 to 9999
0 to 1V
-1999 to 9999
0 to 5V
-1999 to 9999
1 to 5V
-1999 to 9999
0 to 10V
-1999 to 9999
PLC(W/Re5-26)
RTD
DC
current
DC
voltage
(2)
(3)
-300 to 900
Scaling high limit
Available only for DC current and voltage input
• Setting range: Scaling low limit value to input range high limit value
• Default value: 9999
Scaling low limit
Available only for DC current and voltage input
• Setting range: Input range low limit value to scaling high limit value
• Default value: -1999
(4)
Decimal point place
For DC current and voltage input, the input indication can be freely set.
(e.g.) If DC voltage input 0 to 1V DC is set, 0V corresponds to –1999, and 1V
corresponds to 9999. To indicate 0V as 0.0 and 1V as 100.0, Scaling high limit
is1000, Scaling low limit is 0, and select the decimal point place as “1 digit after
the decimal point (
)”.
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• Selecting item:
No decimal point
1 digit after the decimal point
2-digit after the decimal point
3-digit after the decimal point
• Default value:
(No decimal point)
(5)
: PV filter time constant
Sets the PV filter time constant.
This reduces input fluctuation caused by noise.
If the input changes in a step, set the time that reaches 63% of the step.
However, if the set value is set too high, it affects control result due to delay of response.
• Setting range: 0.0 to 10.0 seconds
• Default value: 0.0 seconds
(6)
Step time unit
Selects the unit of program progression time.
• Selecting item:
Hour:Minute
Minute:Second
• Default value:
Hour:Minute
(7)
Step SV for control start
Sets the step SV when program control starts.
Program control starts with the step SV regardless of the program control start type
(SV start or PV start).
• Setting range: SV low limit to SV high limit
• Default value: 0
(8)
Program control start type
Selects a program control start type.
PV start: When the program control starts, the step SV and time are advanced to
the PV and the control starts. However, if the value set during “(7) Step
SV for control start” is larger than the PV, PV start is cancelled, and the
control starts from the value which has been set during “(7) Step SV for
control start.
SV start: When the program control starts, the control starts from the value which
has been set during “(7) Step SV for control start”.
• Setting range:
: PV start
: SV start
• Default value: PV start
(9)
OUT high limit
Sets OUT (control output) high limit value.
Not available for ON/OFF control.
• Setting range: OUT low limit value to 100%
• Default value: 100% (DC current output type: OUT low limit value to 105%)
(10)
OUT low limit
Sets OUT (control output) low limit value.
Not available for ON/OFF control.
• Setting range: 0% to OUT high limit value
• Default value: 0% (DC current output type: -5% to OUT high limit value)
(11)
OUT ON/OFF hysteresis
Sets OUT (control output) ON/OFF hysteresis.
Available only for ON/OFF control.
• Setting range: 0.1 to 100.0 ( )
DC input: 1 to 1000 (The placement of the decimal point follows
the selection.)
• Default value: 1.0
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(12)
Alarm 1 (A1) type
Selects Alarm 1 (A1) type, referring to 8.5 Alarm 1 (A1) action (pages 48, 49).
Note: If an alarm type is changed, the alarm set value becomes 0 (0.0).
• Selecting item:
No alarm action
High limit alarm
Low limit alarm
High and Low limits alarm
High and Low limit range alarm
Process High alarm
Process Low alarm
High limit alarm with standby
Low limit alarm with standby
High and Low limits alarm with standby
• Default value:
No alarm action
(13)
Alarm 2 (A2) type
Selects Alarm 2 (A2) type, referring to 8.5 Alarm 2 (A2) action (pages 48, 49).
Note: If an alarm type is changed, the alarm set value becomes 0 (0.0).
The selecting items and default value are the same as those of Alarm 1 (A1) type.
Not available if P24 (option) is added.
(14)
Alarm 1 (A1) Energized/De-energized
Selects Alarm 1 (A1) Energized/De-energized.
Not available if No alarm action is selected during Alarm 1 (A1) type selection.
• Selecting item:
Energized,
De-energized
• Default value:
Energized
(15)
Alarm 2 (A2) Energized/De-energized
Selects Alarm 2 (A2) Energized/De-energized.
Not available if No alarm action is selected during Alarm 2 (A2) type selection.
Not available if P24 (option) is added.
The selecting item and default value are the same as those of Alarm 1 (A1)
Energized/De-energized selection.
(16)
Alarm 1 (A1) hysteresis
Sets Alarm 1 (A1) hysteresis.
Not available if No alarm action is selected during Alarm 1 (A1) type selection.
• Setting range: 0.1 to 100.0 ( )
DC input: 1 to 1000 (The placement of the decimal point follows the selection.)
• Default value: 1.0
(17)
Alarm 2 (A2) hysteresis
Sets Alarm 2 (A2) hysteresis.
Not available if No alarm action is selected during Alarm 2 (A2) type selection.
Not available if P24 (option) is added.
The setting range and default value are the same as those of Alarm 1 (A1) hysteresis
setting.
(18)
Alarm 1 (A1) action delay timer
Sets Alarm 1 (A1) action delay timer.
Not available if No alarm action is selected during Alarm 1 (A1) type selection.
• Setting range: 0 to 9999 seconds
• Default value: 0 seconds
(19)
Alarm 2 (A2) action delay timer
Sets Alarm 2 (A2) action delay timer.
Not available if No alarm action is selected during Alarm 2 (A2) type selection.
Not available if P24 (option) is added.
The setting range and default value are the same as those of Alarm 1 (A1) action
delay timer setting.
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(20)
Event output function
Selects an Event output type from Time signal output, Pattern end output and Run
output.
When Event output is turned ON, EVT indicator is turned on, and terminals 12 and 13
are used for the Event output.
• Selecting item:
Time signal output
Pattern end output
Run output.
• Default value:
Time signal output
Event output
[Time signal output] (Fig. 5.3-1)
Sets the amount of time for Time signal output OFF time and ON time within 1 pattern
time. Time signal output ON time follows Time signal output OFF time after the program
control starts.
When Time signal output ON time has elapsed, Time signal output is turned OFF.
Temperature
C
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
01.00(1 hour)
01.00(1 hour)
1000
500
Time signal
ON
OFF
Program control
run
Turned ON after 1 hour
and 20 minutes
00.40(40min.)
Time
Turned OFF after 1 hour and 50
minutes
Setting: Time signal output OFF time: 1 hour 20 minutes
Time signal output ON time: 30 minutes
(Fig. 5.3-1)
[Pattern end output] (Fig. 5.3-2)
After the program control ends, pattern end output is turned ON for the time set during
the Pattern end output time setting.
Temperature
C
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Time
Program control end
Pattern end output ON
Pattern end output ON
Pattern end output OFF
Pattern end output time is
set to 1 minute.
(Fig. 5.3-2)
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1 minute
[Run output] (Fig. 5.3-3)
This is outputted during the program control. (Fig. 5.3-3)
Temperature C
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Time
Program control end
Run output OFF
Run output ON
Run output OFF
(Fig. 5.3-3)
(21)
Pattern end output time
Sets pattern end output time after pattern end output has been selected during
Event output function selection.
When 0 seconds are set, the output remains ON until the
Key is pressed.
Available only when pattern end output is selected during Event output function
selection.
• Setting range: 0 to 9999 seconds
• Default value: 0 seconds
(22)
Direct/Reverse control action
Selects the Direct (Cooling) or Reverse (Heating) control action.
Direct control action
When PV (process variable) is higher than SV (desired value), the control output
(OUT) is turned ON. This is a direct control action.
This is used for cooling control for devices such as refrigerators.
Reverse control action
When PV (process variable) is lower than SV (desired value), the control output
(OUT) is turned ON. This is a reverse control action.
This is used for heating control for devices such as electric furnaces.
• Selecting item:
Reverse (Heating) control action
Direct (cooling) control action
• Default value:
Reverse (Heating) control action
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6. Operation
Key operation for setup
Key
: Selects a program pattern number.
,
key : Increases or decreases the numeric value or switches the selecting item.
,
Key : Registers the set value (numeric value) or selected item.
By pressing the
Key, the controller reverts to the Program standby
mode or Program control run mode. This key is very convenient as the
user can revert to the Program standby mode or Program control run
mode from any setting mode.
Key operation on the Operation flowchart
: Press the
Key.
(3 sec)
: Press the
Key for 3 seconds.
+
: Press the
Key while holding down the
key.
+
(3 sec)
: Press the
and
keys for 3 seconds.
+
(3 sec)
: Press the
Key for 3 seconds while holding down the
+
+
(3 sec) : Press the
Key for 3 seconds while holding down the
and
keys.
key.
Explanation of Operation flowchart
Step 1 SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN and PV display
Step SV
Step 1 time
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Setting item
Set value
STEP and SV display
A space
on the display means nothing is indicated.
(e.g. Pattern 1 is set here.)
If the
Key is pressed at Step 1 SV setting, the set
value is saved, and the setting item proceeds to the
[Step 1 time setting].
Explanation of Operation
For the explanation of each setting item (pages 24 to 33), current status of each display
is indicated with diagrams on the left side, and its item name and operation method are
described on the right side.
By pressing the
Key, the set value is saved, and the setting item proceeds to the
next one.
PTN
PV
Step 1 SV setting
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Step 1 time setting
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6.1 Operation flowchart
Power ON
Data clearing
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Automatically
reverts to the
Program standby
mode after data
is cleared.
+
+
(Approx. 3 sec)
(*2)
(*1)
Program standby mode
Each time the
key is
pressed, the pattern number
on the PTN display changes.
Program control run mode
(Approx. 1sec)
+
(Approx. 3 sec)
[Pattern (step SV/Time)
setting mode]
[Alarm/Time signal
setting mode]
Step 1 SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Step SV
[PID parameter setting
mode]
Alarm 1 (A1) value
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Step 1 time
Set value
+
(Approx. 3 sec)
[Wait parameter setting
mode]
Wait value
AT Perform/Cancel
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Alarm 2 (A2) value
Selection
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Proportional band
Step 1 Wait function
PTN
PV
PTN
PV
PTN
PV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
STEP
SV
STEP
SV
STEP
SV
Set value
Step 2 SV
Set value
Time signal OFF time
Set value
PV
PTN
PV
PTN
PV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
STEP
SV
STEP
SV
STEP
SV
Step 2 time
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Time signal ON time
PTN
Set value
Each time the
key is
pressed, the
step SV and
step
time
settings
of
each
step
appear.
Set value
STEP
PV
SV
Set value
Reverts to (*1) or (*2).
Set value
Selection
Step 2 Wait function
Integral time
PTN
Step SV
Set value
Selection
Derivative time
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Each time the
Key
is
pressed, Wait
function selection of each
step appears.
Set value
ARW
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Set value
Proportional cycle
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Step 9 Wait function
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Selection
Set value
Reverts to (*1) or (*2).
Step 9 SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Reverts to (*1) or (*2).
Step SV
Step 9 time
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Set value
Reverts to (*1) or (*2).
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• BY pressing the
Key, the controller reverts to (*1) or (*2) from any mode.
• The setting items with dotted lines are optional, and they appear only when the options are added.
+
[Auxiliary function
setting mode 1]
STEP
PV
SV
Selection
PV
STEP
SV
Set value
PV
STEP
SV
PV
STEP
SV
Set value
PV
STEP
SV
PV
STEP
SV
Sensor correction
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
STEP
SV
Communication protocol
PV
STEP
SV
Selection
PV
STEP
SV
Set value
Communication speed
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Selection
PV
STEP
SV
PV
STEP
SV
PV
STEP
SV
SV
STEP
SV
Set value
OUT low limit
Set value
Selection
Set value
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Selection
PV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
STEP
SV
Set value
OUT ON/OFF
hysteresis
PV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
STEP
SV
Alarm 1 (A1) type
PTN
PV
Set value
STEP
SV
Selection
Alarm 2 (A2) action
delay timer
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Set value
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Selection
Set value
Alarm 2 (A2) type
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Selection
Event output function
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Alarm 1 (A1) action
Energized/De-energized
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Selection
Alarm 2 (A2) action
Energized/De-energized
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Selection
Pattern end output time
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Program control
start type
Selection
Set value
Alarm 1 (A1) action
delay timer
PTN
Set value
Set value
Alarm 2 (A2) hysteresis
PTN
Step SV for control start
Stop bit
PTN
PV
STEP
Step time unit
Parity
PTN
PTN
PV filter time constant
PTN
Instrument number
PTN
Set value
Alarm 1 (A1) hysteresis
PV
Decimal point place
PV
PTN
OUT high limit
PTN
Scaling low limit
PTN
PTN
Set value
Selection
Scaling high limit
PTN
SV low limit
PTN
(Approx. 3 sec)
Input type
PTN
SV high limit
PTN
+
[Auxiliary function
setting mode 2]
Set value lock
PTN
+
(Approx. 3 sec)
Set value
Direct/Reverse control
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Selection
Selection
Selection
Reverts to (*1) or (*2).
Reverts to (*1) or (*2).
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6.2 Operation
(1) Turn the power supply to the controller ON.
The sensor input characters and temperature unit are indicated on the PV display, and
the input range high limit value is indicated on the SV display for approx. 3 seconds
after the power is turned ON. See (Table 6.2-1). For DC input, Scaling high limit value
is indicated on the SV display for approx. 3 seconds after the power is turned ON.
During this time, all outputs and the LED indicators are in OFF status.
After that, the controller switches to Program standby mode.
(Table 6.2-1)
Character
Input
Scale range
Scale range
J
R
S
B
E
T
N
PLC(W/Re5-26)
-200 to 1370
-199.9 to 400.0
-200 to 1000
0 to 1760
0 to 1760
0 to 1820
-200 to 800
-199.9 to 400.0
-200 to 1300
0 to 1390
0 to 2315
-320 to 2500
-199.9 to 750.0
-320 to 1800
0 to 3200
0 to 3200
0 to 3300
-320 to 1500
-199.9 to 750.0
-320 to 2300
0 to 2500
0 to 4200
Pt100
JPt100
Pt100
JPt100
-199.9 to 850.0
-199.9 to 500.0
-200 to 850
-200 to 500
-199.9 to 999.9
-199.9 to 900.0
-300 to 1500
-300 to 900
K
4 to 20mA DC
0 to 20mA DC
0 to 1V DC
0 to 5V DC
1 to 5V DC
0 to 10V DC
Character
-1999 to 9999
-1999 to 9999
-1999 to 9999
-1999 to 9999
-1999 to 9999
-1999 to 9999
(2) Program standby mode
Control is not performed during this mode.
In this mode, the currently selected pattern number is indicated on the PTN display,
and actual temperature is indicated on the PV display.
(3) Program pattern number selection
Select a program pattern number before initiating program settings.
The program pattern number can only be selected during the Program standby mode.
It cannot be selected during program control run.
By pressing the
Key, select a program pattern number (1 to 9).
Each time the
Key is pressed, the program pattern number changes according
to the following.
1
2
3
4 ……….. 9
1
24
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Actual temp.
Program pattern 1 is selected.
Actual temp.
Program pattern 2 is selected.
Actual temp.
Program pattern 3 is selected.
Actual temp.
Program pattern 9 is selected.
(4) Pattern (step SV/Time) setting mode
This mode is available for the currently selected program pattern number.
The following is an example of program pattern setting and its procedures.
Step number
1
2
1:00
2:00
This program pattern shows that the
temperature rises to 200 for 1 hour,
and stays at 200 for 2 hours.
In this case, Step 1 SV is 200
and Step 1 time is 1 hour.
200 C
0 C
Program control run
(Fig.6.2-1)
[Program standby mode or Program control run mode]
Press the
Key.
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
Step
1
SV
setting
mode appears.
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
,
Step 1 SV
Set the step SV to 200 using
or
key.
• Setting range: SV low limit to SV high limit
• Default value: 0
25
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Press the
Key.
Step 1 SV is registered, and
Step 1 time setting mode appears.
,
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Press the
Key.
Step 1 time is registered, and
Step 2 SV setting mode appears.
,
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Step 2 SV
Set the step SV to 200 using
or
key.
• Setting range: SV low limit to SV high limit
• Default value: 0
Press the
Key.
Step 2 SV is registered, and
Step 2 time setting mode appears.
,
PTN
Step 1 time
Set the step time to (1:00) using
or
key.
• Setting range:
to 00:00 to 99:59
(Hour:Minute or Minute:Second)
• Default value: 00:00 (Hour:Minute)
Step 2 time
Set the step time to (2:00) using
or
key.
• Setting range:
to 00:00 to 99:59
(Hour:Minute or Minute:Second)
• Default value: 00:00 (Hour:Minute)
Press the
Key.
Step 2 time is registered, and
Step 3 SV setting mode appears.
Step 3 SV
Step 3 and after can be set in the same way as
the above.
Press
Key to return to Program standby
mode.
[Program standby mode or Program control run mode]
The program pattern setting (example) has been
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
completed.
STEP
SV
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(5) Alarm/Time signal setting mode
Alarm/Time signal setting mode is available for the currently selected program pattern
number.
Settings are available only for the pattern which is now running during program control.
Note: To go to the Alarm/Time signal setting mode, select an alarm type except for
No alarm action from Alarm 1 (A1) and Alarm 2 (A2) type selection in “5. Setup”,
or select Time signal output from Event output function selection.
If either of the above is not selected, the controller cannot proceed to the
Alarm/Time signal setting mode.
[Program standby mode or Program control run mode]
Press the
Key for 3 seconds.
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
Alarm/Time
signal
setting mode is selected,
STEP
SV
and Pattern 1 Alarm 1 (A1) value setting item
(for 3 sec)
appears.
[Alarm/Time signal setting mode]
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Pattern 1 Alarm 1 (A1) value
Setting the value to 0 or 0.0 disables the function
(except process high, low alarm).
Not available if No alarm action is selected
during Alarm 1 (A1) type selection.
• Setting range: Refer to (Table 6.2-2) below.
• Default value: 0
Alarm 1 (A1), Alarm 2 (A2) setting range
(Table 6.2-2)
Alarm type
Setting range
High limit alarm
-Input span to Input span ( )
Low limit alarm
-Input span to Input span ( )
High/Low limits alarm
0 to Input span ( )
High/Low limit range alarm
0 to Input span ( )
Process high alarm
Input range low limit to Input range high limit ( )
Process low alarm
Input range low limit to Input range high limit ( )
High limit alarm with standby -Input span to Input span ( )
Low limit alarm with standby -Input span to Input span ( )
H/L limits alarm w/standby
0 to Input span ( )
• For input with a decimal point, the negative low limit value is -199.9 and the positive
high limit value is 999.9.
• For DC input, the input span is the same as the scaling span, and input range low (or
high) limit value is the same as the scaling low (or high) limit value.
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Pattern 1 Alarm 2 (A2) value
Setting the value to 0 or 0.0 disables the function
(except process high, low alarm).
Not available if No alarm action is selected
during Alarm 2 (A2) type selection, or if P24
(option) is added.
• Setting range: Refer to (Table 6.2-2).
• Default value: 0
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PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Pattern 1 Time signal output OFF time
Sets Time signal output OFF time after running
program control.
Available only when Time signal output is
selected during Event output function selection.
• Setting range: 00:00 to 99.59
(Hour:Minute or Minute:Second)
• Default value: 00:00 (Hour:Minute)
Pattern 1 Time signal output ON time
Sets Time signal output ON time following the
Time signal output OFF time.
Available only when Time signal output is
selected during Event output function selection.
• Setting range: 00:00 to 99.59
(Hour:Minute or Minute:Second)
• Default value: 00:00 (Hour:Minute)
[Program standby mode or Program control run mode]
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Actual temp.
(6) PID parameter setting mode
Sets parameters and items necessary for the control such as AT Perform/Cancel,
P, I, D and Proportional cycle, etc.
Settings in this mode are common to all program pattern numbers.
[Program standby mode or Program control run mode]
PTN
PV
Press the
Key while holding down the
Actual temp.
key.
STEP
SV
PID parameter setting mode appears, and
+
AT Perform/Cancel is indicated.
[PID parameter setting mode]
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
AT Perform/Cancel
Selects Auto-tuning Perform or Cancel.
Available only during program control run
and during PID control.
Not available for Program standby mode.
• Setting range:
AT Cancel
AT Perform
• Default value:
AT Cancel
Proportional band
Sets the proportional band for the control output.
ON/OFF control when set to 0 or 0.0.
• Setting range: 0 to 1000 (0 to 2000 )
For the input with a decimal point,
0.0 to 999.9 (0 to 999.9 )
For DC input, 0.0 to 100.0%
• Default value: 10
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PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Integral time
Sets the integral time.
Off when set to 0.
Not available for ON/OFF control.
• Setting range: 0 to 1000 seconds
• Default value: 200 seconds
Derivative time
Sets the derivative time.
Off when set to 0.
Not available for ON/OFF control.
• Setting range: 0 to 300 seconds
• Default value: 50 seconds
ARW (Anti-reset windup)
Sets the ARW.
Available only for PID control.
This prevents overshoot caused by the
integral action.
ARW is automatically set by performing
auto-tuning. When setting manually,
set ARW to the closest MV (manipulated
variable) when the control is stabilized.
• Setting range: 0 to 100%
• Default value: 50%
Proportional cycle
Sets the proportional cycle.
Not available for ON/OFF control or DC
current output type.
With the relay contact output type, if the
proportional cycle time is decreased, the
frequency of relay action increases and
the life of the relay contact is shortened.
• Setting range: 1 to 120 seconds
• Default value: 30 sec for relay contact output,
3 sec for non-contact voltage
output type
[Program standby mode or Program control run mode]
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
STEP
SV
(7) Wait parameter setting mode
This function prevents the step from proceeding to the next one until PV enters the
range of step SV Wait value regardless of the step time.
Wait function Used/Not used can be set to each step.
Wait parameter setting mode is available for the currently selected program pattern
number.
Settings are available only for the pattern which is now running during program control.
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[Program standby mode or Program control run mode]
Press the
key for 3 seconds while
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
holding
down
the
key.
STEP
SV
Wait parameter setting mode appears, and
+
(3 sec) Wait value setting item is indicated.
[Wait parameter setting mode]
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Wait value
Sets Pattern 1 Wait value.
The step of which temperature is rising:
Step SV – Wait value
The step of which temperature is falling:
Step SV + Wait value
Wait action is disabled when set to 0 or 0.0.
• Setting range: (0 to 100) ( )
For the input with a decimal point:
(0.0 to 100.0) ( )
For DC input: (0 to 1000)(The placement
of the decimal point follows the selection.)
• Default value: 0 ( )
Step 1 Wait function
Selects Step 1 Wait function Used or Not used.
Not available if Wait value is set to 0 or 0.0 ( )
during Wait value setting.
• Selecting item:
: Wait function Not used
: Wait function Used
• Default value:
: Wait function Not used
Step 2 Wait function
Selects Step 2 Wait function Used or Not used.
Not available if Wait value is set to 0 or 0.0 ( )
during Wait value setting.
• Selecting item:
: Wait function Not used
: Wait function Used
• Default value:
: Wait function Not used
Step 9 Wait function
Selects Step 9 Wait function Used or Not used.
Not available if Wait value is set to 0 or 0.0 ( )
during Wait value setting.
• Selecting item:
: Wait function Not used
: Wait function Used
• Default value:
: WAIT function Not used
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[Program standby mode or Program control run mode]
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
STEP
SV
(8) Auxiliary function setting mode 1
Settings/Selections in Auxiliary function setting mode 1 are common to all program
pattern numbers.
[Program standby mode or Program control run mode]
PTN
PV
Press the
Key for 3 seconds while holding
Actual temp.
down the
key.
STEP
SV
Auxiliary function setting mode 1 appears, and
+
(3 sec) Set value lock selection item is indicated.
[Auxiliary function setting mode 1]
Set value lock
PTN
PV
Locks the set value to prevent setting errors.
STEP
SV
Before selecting the lock function, set each
setting item in advance.
Unlock: All set values can be changed.
Lock : None of the set values can be changed.
• Selecting item:
(Unlock)
(Lock)
• Default value:
(Unlock)
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
SV high limit
Sets the step SV high limit.
• Setting range:
SV low limit to input range high limit value
DC input: SV low limit to scaling high limit value
• Default value: 1370
SV low limit
Sets the step SV low limit.
• Setting range:
Input range low limit value to SV high limit
DC input: scaling low limit value to
SV high limit
• Default value: -200
Sensor correction
Sets the value to correct PV.
PV after sensor correction= Current PV+ Sensor
correction value
• Setting range: -100.0 to 100.0 ( )
DC input: -1000 to 1000 (The placement of
the decimal point place follows the selection.)
• Default value: 0.0
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PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Communication protocol
Selects the communication protocol.
Available only when C5/SVTC (option) is added.
• Selecting item:
Shinko protocol
Set value digital transmission (Shinko
protocol)
Set value digital reception (Shinko
protocol)
Modbus protocol ASCII mode
Modbus protocol RTU mode
• Default value:
Shinko protocol
Instrument number
Selects the instrument number.
Set the instrument number of the PCD-33A
individually when communicating by
connecting plural PCD-33A units.
Available only when C5/SVTC (option) is added.
• Setting range: 0 to 95
• Default value: 0
Communication speed
Selects the communication speed.
Available only when C5/SVTC (option) is added.
• Selecting item:
2400bps
4800bps
9600bps
19200bps
• Default value:
9600bps
Parity
Selects the parity type from a choice of: No parity,
Even and Odd parity in accordance with the host
computer.
Available when C5/SVTC (option) is added, and
when Modbus ASCII or RTU mode is selected.
• Selecting item:
No parity
Even parity
Odd parity
• Default value:
Even parity
Stop bit
Selects the stop bit in accordance with the host
computer from 1 or 2.
Available when C5/SVTC (option) is added, and
when Modbus ASCII or RTU mode is selected.
• Selecting item:
(stop bit 1)
(stop bit 2)
• Default value:
(stop bit 1)
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[Program standby mode or Program control run mode]
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
STEP
SV
(9) Auxiliary function setting mode 2
The settings in Auxiliary function setting mode 2 have already been completed
in Section “5. Setup” (p.14).
(10) Data clearing function
This function returns all set values to the default values (See pages 58, 59).
This function can only be used during Program standby mode.
This function can not be used during Program control run mode.
Caution
Be sure to write down all set values for all patterns before clearing data, using
the photocopiable pages at the end of this manual.
Once data has been cleared, the set values have to be inputted again since the
lost data can not be restored.
[Program standby mode]
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Actual temp.
+
+
Press the
Key for 3 seconds while
holding down the
and
keys.
(3 sec)
[Data clearing]
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
[Program standby mode]
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
STEP
SV
All set values are cleared and they return
to their default values.
During data clearing, the PV display indicates
, and other displays are turned off.
After data is cleared, the controller automatically
reverts to the Program standby mode.
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7. Running
[Before running]
Before running the controller, check the mounting and wiring carefully, referring to
“3. Mounting to the control panel” (p.8) and “4. Wiring” (p.10).
Check that settings are applicable for the users’ conditions, referring to “5. Setup” (p.14).
7.1 How to set the program
Set the following items, referring to “6. Operation” (p.21)
(1) Program pattern number (p.24)
(2) Pattern (Step SV/Time) setting mode (p.25)
Set the following items as needed.
(3) Alarm/Time signal setting mode (p.27)
(4) PID parameter setting mode (p.28)
(5) Wait parameter setting mode (p.29)
(6) Auxiliary function setting mode 1 (p.31)
(7) Auxiliary function setting mode 2 (Refer to “5. Setup”) (p.14)
7.2 Performing program control
Follow the procedures below in carrying out the program control.
(1) Select a program pattern number.
Select the desired program pattern number to perform program control by pressing
the
Key in the Program standby mode.
Each time the
Key is pressed, the program pattern number is switched.
[Indication when Program pattern 1 is selected]
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
PTN display : Selected program pattern
STEP
SV
number
PV display : Current actual temperature
STEP display: Unlit
SV display : Unlit
All indicators : Unlit
(2) Perform the program control.
Press the
Key.
The program control of the selected program pattern number will be started.
The program control can also be started by connecting (Contact from Open to Closed)
external operation input terminals 14 and 17.
The program control cannot be performed if pattern end output is turned on.
Press the
Key to turn the pattern end output off, then press the
Key.
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[Control action when the program control starts]
Program control type selected during the selection phase will initiate.
PV start: When the program control starts, step SV and step time are advanced to the
PV, then the program control is performed.
However, if a value set during “Step SV for control start” and the step SV are
equal, or if the value set during “Step SV for control start” is higher than PV,
PV start is cancelled, and SV start is adopted.
When Wait function is set, the Wait function has priority.
SV start: When the program control starts, the program control starts from the value
which has been set during “Step SV for control start”.
[Indication during program control run]
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
PTN display
STEP
SV
Step SV
PV display
STEP display
: Selected program pattern number
: Current actual temperature
: Step number of the program
control which is running
SV display
: Current step SV
RUN indicator : Lit during program control run
Other indicators: Lit or unlit according to the
controller status
[Step SV or Step time change during running]
(1) When the step SV is changed from SV1 to SV2
SV2
SV1
: Program pattern before change
: Program pattern after change
Point of change
Step n
Step n+1
(Fig. 7.2-1)
(2) When the step time is changed from T1 to T2
: Program pattern before change
: Program pattern after change
Point of change
T1
T2
(Fig. 7.2-2)
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[Action after power is restored]
(1) If power failure occurs during the program control run, the control resumes
from the point at which power failure occurred.
(2) If power failure occurs during Program standby mode, the control resumes
from the Program standby mode.
[Indication during Wait action]
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
SV
Step SV
STEP
Flashes during WAIT action.
PTN display
: Selected program pattern number
PV display
: Current actual temperature
STEP display : Flashes during Wait action.
SV display
: Current step SV
RUN indicator : Lit during program control
Other indicators: Lit or unlit according to the
controller status
[Wait function]
During the program control run, the program does not proceed to the next step
until the deviation between PV and Step SV enters the Step SV Wait value
when the step ends.
While the Wait function is working, the numeric value on the Step display flashes.
The Wait function is cancelled on the condition that:
(Step SV – Wait value) PV ( Step SV + Wait value)
When the program pattern is rising [The Wait function is cancelled at
(Step SV – Wait value) PV]
Temperature
C
T
T
510
Step SV=500
490
Wait value 10 C
The step at which
the Wait funtion
was set
Wait cancellation range
The control proceeds to the next
step at 490 C PV.
Time
T
: Program pattern
: PV
: Program pattern which is delayed by T due to the Wait function
: Wait time
(Fig. 7.2-3)
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When the program pattern is falling [The Wait function is cancelled at
PV (Step SV + Wait value)]
Temperature
C
T
Wait cancellation range
The control proceeds to the next
step at PV
510 C .
The step at which
the Wait funtion
was set
510
T
Step SV=500
Wait value 10 C
Time
T
: Program pattern
: PV
: Program pattern which is delayed by T due to the Wait function
: Wait time
(Fig. 7.2-4)
[Time signal action during WAIT action]
During Wait action, time signal time measurement as well as step time pauses.
After Wait function is cancelled, time signal time measurement resumes.
Temperature
C
T
T
510
Step SV=500
490
Wait value 10 C
The step at which
the Wait funtion was
set
Time signal output ON
OFF
ON
OFF
T
Wait cancellation range
The control proceeds to the next
step at 490 C
PV
510 C.
Usual time signal output
Time
Time signal output delayed by the Wait function
: Program pattern
: PV
: Program pattern which is delayed by T due to the Wait function
: Wait time
(Fig. 7.2-5)
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[Indication during Time signal action]
If Time signal output is selected during the [Event output function selection], Event
output is turned on during time signal output ON time.
Time signal output ON time follows time signal output OFF time after the program
control starts.
If Time signal output ON time has elapsed, Event output is turned off.
The following shows the indication during time signal action.
PTN display
: Selected program pattern number
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
PV display
: Current actual temperature
STEP
SV
Step SV
STEP display : Step number of the program
control which is running.
SV display
: Current step SV
RUN indicator : Lit during program control run
EVT indicator : Lit during Time signal output ON
Other indicators: Lit or unlit according to the
controller status
[Indication during Pattern end output]
If Pattern end output is selected during the Event output function selection, Event
output is turned on for the time which has been set during the Pattern end output
time setting.
If Pattern end output time has elapsed, Event output is turned off.
If Pattern end output time is set to 0, the output remains ON.
By pressing the
Key for 1 second or longer, the pattern end output is turned
off, and the controller reverts to the Program standby mode.
The following shows the indication during pattern end output.
PTN display
: Selected program pattern number
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
PV display
: Current actual temperature
STEP
SV
STEP display : Unlit
SV display
:
flashes while pattern
Flashes while Pattern end
end output is on.
output is ON.
RUN indicator : Unlit
EVT indicator : Lit while pattern end output is ON
Other indicators: Unlit
[Indication during Run output]
If Run output is selected during the Event output function selection, Event output is
turned on during program control run.
When the program control ends or when making program control stop by pressing
the
Key for 1 second or longer, Event output is turned off.
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The following shows the indication during Run output.
PTN display
: Selected program pattern number
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
PV display
: Current actual temperature
STEP
SV
Step SV
STEP display : Step number of the program
control which is running
SV display
: Current step SV
RUN indicator : Lit
EVT indicator : Lit while Run output is ON
Other indicators: Lit or unlit according to the
controller status
7.3 Stopping program control
Pressing the
Key for 1 second or longer stops the program control.
The program control also stops by disconnecting (Contact from Closed to Open) external
operation input terminals 14 and 17.
[Indication after program control stops]
PTN
PV
PTN display
Actual temp.
STEP
SV
PV display
STEP display
SV display
All indicators
: Selected program pattern number
: Current actual temperature
: Unlit
: Unlit
: Unlit
7.4 Advance function (Advances to the next step during program control run)
To cancel the current step and advance to the next step during the program control,
press the
Key for 1 second or longer.
This function is also usable during Wait action or during Fixed value control action.
[Indication when Advance function is used at Step 1]
PTN display
: Selected program pattern number
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
PV
display
:
Current actual temperature
STEP
SV
Step SV
STEP display : Step 2 after the Advance
function is used.
SV display
: Current step SV
RUN indicator : Lit during program control run
Other indicators: Lit or unlit according to the
controller status
[Time signal action after Advance function is used]
If Advance function is used, only the step time advances. Time signal output timing
does not change.
The following example shows that when Advance function is used during Step 1,
time signal output is turned on 20 minutes after Step 1 is advanced to Step 2.
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Temperature C
Step 1
1000
Step 2
Step 3
Advance
500
01.00 (1 hour)
Time signal
ON
OFF
Program control run
01.00 (1 hour)
Turned ON after 1 hour
and 20 minutes
Setting
00.40(40min.)
Time
Turned OFF after 1 hour
and 50 minutes
Time signal OFF time: 1 hour and 20 minutes,
Time signal ON time: 30 minutes
(Fig. 7.4-1)
7.5 Switching to Fixed value control (Hold function)
Fixed value control (identical to control of the indicating controllers) at the step SV
can be carried out when the step time is held.
[How to switch to Fixed value control at Step 2]
[During Program control run]
Press the
Key 4 times.
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
Step
2
time
setting
item is indicated.
STEP
SV
Step SV
(4 times)
[Step 2 time setting]
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Step time
Keep pressing the
key.
Step time switches from [
] to [
which is the Hold function characters.
],
(Keep pressing)
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Press the
Key.
Fixed value control can be performed at the
step SV as the desired value.
Performs fixed value control.
[Indication when switched to fixed value control at Step 2]
PTN display
: Selected program pattern number
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
PV display
: Current actual temperature
STEP
SV
Step SV
STEP display : Step 2 after switching to the
Fixed value control
SV display
: Step 2 SV
RUN indicator : Flashes during fixed value control.
Other indicators: Lit or unlit according to the
controller status.
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[Time signal action during fixed value control]
During the fixed value control, step time of the step at which the Hold function was
set is regarded as (00:00). Time signal time measurement is carried out ignoring this
step.
Step number
Temperature C
1
2
3
4
5
Advance
Step SV=500
The step at which Hold
function was set
Time
Usual time signal output
ON
OFF
Time signal output at which
the Advance function is used ON
(when advanced to Step 2) OFF
(Fig. 7.5-1)
[Action after the power is restored]
If power failure occurs during fixed value control, fixed value control resumes
after the power is restored.
7.6 Correcting PV (Sensor correction function)
[Sensor correction function]
This corrects the input value from the sensor. When a sensor cannot be set at the
exact location where control is desired, the sensor measured temperature may deviate
from the temperature in the controlled location.
When controlling with plural controllers, sometimes the measured temperatures (input
values) do not concur due to differences in sensor accuracy or dispersion of load
capacities. In such a case, the control can be set at the desired temperature by
adjusting the input value of the sensors. However, it is effective within the input rated
range regardless of the sensor correction value.
PV after sensor correction = Current PV + (Sensor correction value)
[How to set sensor correction value]
[Program standby mode or Program control run mode]
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Actual temp.
+
(for 3 sec)
Press the
Key for 3 seconds while holding
down the
key.
The unit enters Auxiliary function setting mode 1,
and Set value lock selection is indicated.
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[Auxiliary function setting mode 1]
PTN
PV
Press the
Key 3 times.
Sensor
correction
setting item is indicated.
STEP
SV
Selection
(Press 3 times)
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
,
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Set value
Set the sensor correction value with the
or
key.
Setting range: -100.0 to 100.0 ( )
DC input: -1000 to 1000 (The placement of the
decimal point follows the selection.)
Press the
Key.
The controller reverts to the Program standby
mode or Program control run mode.
[Program standby mode or Program control run mode]
The value on the PV display is the one corrected
PTN
PV
Actual temp.
by the sensor.
STEP
SV
(e.g.) If actual temperature is 200 , and sensor
correction value is -2.0 , PV becomes 198 .
7.7 Auto-tuning (AT)
In order to set each value of P, I, D and ARW automatically, the auto-tuning process
should be made to fluctuate.
For DC input, the AT process will fluctuate around the SV (desired value) for conditions
of (A), (B) and (C) on page 43.
Notice
• Perform the auto-tuning during the trial run.
• During the auto-tuning, none of the setting items can be set.
• If auto-tuning is performed, auto-tuning starts at the same time as performance,
and step time and time signal time do not progress until the auto-tuning ends.
After the auto-tuning ends, the remaining step time is performed.
• If power failure occurs during the auto-tuning, the tuning stops.
• Sometimes the auto-tuning process will not fluctuate if auto-tuning is performed
at or near room temperature. Therefore auto-tuning might not finish normally.
Auto-tuning
is performing
Delayed time due
to auto-tuning
: Pattern before the auto-tuning is performed
: Pattern after the auto-tuning is performed
(Fig. 7.7-1)
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[Auto-tuning performing conditions]
(A) When processing temperature is lower than [SV –20 (40 )]
The AT process will fluctuate at the temperature 20 (40 ) lower than the SV.
Temperature 20
(40 ) lower than the SV
(1) Calculating PID
constant
(2) PID constant
calculated
(3) Controlled by the
PID constant set
by auto-tuning.
SV
Temperature
Time
AT starting point
(1)
(2)
(3)
(Fig. 7.7-2)
(B) When the control is stable or when processing temperature is within
[SV 20 (40 )]
The AT process will fluctuate around the SV.
SV
Temperature
Time
AT starting point
(1)
(1) Calculating PID
constant
(2) PID constant
calculated
(3) Controlled by the
PID constant set
by auto-tuning.
(3)
(2)
(Fig. 7.7-3)
(C) When the processing temperature is higher than [SV+20 (40 )]
The AT process will fluctuate at the temperature 20 (40 ) higher than the SV.
Temperature 20 (40 ) higher than the SV
Temperature
SV
Time
AT starting point
(1)
(2)
(Fig. 7.7-4)
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(3)
(1) Calculating PID
constant
(2) PID constant
calculated
(3) Controlled by the
PID constant set
by auto-tuning.
[If P, I, D, ARW values cannot be changed]
• If auto-tuning does not finish in 4 hours after it has started, it will be cancelled
automatically, and P, I, D, ARW values return to the value set before the
auto-tuning was performed. In this case, set P, I, D, ARW values manually.
• If auto-tuning is cancelled during the process, P, I, D, ARW values return to
the value set before the auto-tuning was performed.
[How to perform auto-tuning]
Auto-tuning can be performed only during Program control run mode.
Auto-tuning cannot be performed during the Program standby mode or during
any other control actions except PID control.
[Program control run mode]
PTN
STEP
PV
Actual temp.
SV
Step SV
Press the
Key while pressing the
key.
The unit enters the PID parameter setting mode,
and AT Perform/Cancel item is indicated.
+
[PID parameter setting mode]
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
AT Perform/Cancel selection
Press the
key.
Press the
Key.
The controller reverts to the Program control
run mode, and auto-tuning is performed.
[Program control run mode]
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Actual temp.
Step SV
[Indication during AT Perform]
PTN
STEP
PV
Actual temp.
SV
Step SV
PTN display
: Selected program pattern number
PV display
: Current actual temperature
STEP display : Current step number
SV display
: Current step SV
RUN indicator : Lit during program control run
AT indicator
: Flashes during AT Perform.
Other indicators: Lit or unlit according to the
controller status.
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[How to cancel auto-tuning]
Available only during AT Perform
[AT is performing]
PTN
STEP
PV
Actual temp.
SV
Step SV
+
Press the
Key while holding down the
key.
The unit enters the PID parameter setting mode,
and AT Perform/Cancel item is indicated.
[PID parameter setting mode]
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
AT Perform/Cancel selection
Press the
key.
Press the
Key.
Auto-tuning is cancelled, and the controller
reverts to the Program control run mode.
[Program control run mode]
PTN
PV
STEP
SV
Actual temp.
Step SV
8. Control and Alarm action
8.1 P, I, D, ARW action
(1) Proportional band (P)
Proportional action is the action which the control output (OUT) varies in proportion to
the deviation between the SV (desired value) and the PV (processing temperature).
If the proportional band is narrowed, even if the output changes by a slight variation
of the processing temperature, better control results can be obtained as the offset
decreases.
However, if the proportional band is narrowed too much, even slight disturbances
may cause variation in the processing temperature, control action changes to
ON/OFF control and the so-called hunting phenomenon occurs.
Therefore, when the processing temperature comes to the balanced position near
the SV and a constant temperature is maintained, the most suitable value is selected
by gradually narrowing the proportional band while observing the control results.
(2) Integral time (I)
Integral action is used to eliminate offset. When the integral time is shortened, the
returning speed to the SV (desired value) is accelerated. However, the cycle of
oscillation is also accelerated and the control becomes unstable.
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(3) Derivative time (D)
Derivative action is used to restore the change in the processing temperature (PV)
according to the rate-of-change. It reduces the amplitude of overshoot and undershoot
width.
If the derivative time is shortened, the restoring value becomes smaller, and if the
derivative time is extended longer, an excessive returning phenomenon may occur
and the control system may oscillate.
(4) ARW (Anti-reset windup)
ARW (Anti-reset windup) prevents overshoot caused by the integral action. The smaller
the ARW value, the less the overshoot caused by the integral action in the transition
status, however stabilization will take some time.
When setting ARW manually, set it to the closest MV (manipulated variable) when the
control is stabilized.
8.2 Standard action
Heating (reverse) control action
Cooling (direct) control action
Proportional band
Proportional band
ON
ON
Control
action
OFF
OFF
SV
Relay contact
output
R/
SV
H4
H4
H4
H4
H4
H4
C 5
C 5
C 5
C 5
C 5
C 5
L 6
L 6
L 6
L 6
L 6
L 6
Cycle action is performed
according to deviation.
Non-contact
voltage output
S/
DC current
output
A/
+ 5
12V DC
- 6
+ 5
Cycle action is performed
according to deviation.
+ 5
12/0V DC
+ 5
0V DC
6
6
0V DC
6
20mA DC
6
+ 5
20 to 4mA DC
6
+ 5
12V DC
0/12V DC
6
6
Cycle action is performed
according to deviation.
Cycle action is performed
according to deviation.
+ 5
+ 5
+ 5
+ 5
4mA DC
4mA DC
6
6
Changes continuously
according to deviation.
+ 5
4 to 20mA DC
6
+ 5
20mA DC
6
Changes continuously
according to deviation.
Indicator
(OUT1) Green
Lit
Unlit
: Turns ON (lit) or OFF (unlit).
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Unlit
Lit
8.3 ON/OFF control action
Heating (reverse) control action
Cooling (direct) control action
Hysteresis
Hysteresis
ON
ON
Control action
OFF
OFF
SV
Relay contact
output
R/
Non-contact
voltage output
S/
DC current
output
A/
SV
H4
H4
H 4
H 4
C 5
C5
C 5
C 5
L 6
L 6
L 6
L 6
+ 5
+ 5
+ 5
6
6
6
6
+ 5
+ 5
+ 5
+ 5
6
6
6
6
12V DC
0V DC
20mA DC
4mA DC
+ 5
0V DC
12V DC
20mA DC
4mA DC
Indicator
(OUT1) Green
Lit
Unlit
Unlit
Lit
8.4 Pattern end output action
Pattern end output ON
Pattern end output OFF
Program end
Indicator
EVT Red
Press the STOP key.
12
12
12
13
13
13
Unlit
Lit
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Unlit
8.5 Alarm 1 (A1), Alarm 2 (A2) action
High limit alarm
Low limit alarm
A1 hysteresis
ON
A1 hysteresis
ON
Alarm action
OFF
OFF
A1
value
Alarm output
+ A1
value
SV
A1
value
+ side
+ side
side
side
High/Low limits alarm
SV
+ A1
value
High/Low limit range alarm
A1 hysteresis
ON
A1 hysteresis
ON
Alarm action
OFF
OFF
A1
value
SV
A1
value
A1
value
SV
A1
value
Alarm output
Process high alarm
Process low alarm
A1 hysteresis
A1 hysteresis
ON
ON
Alarm action
OFF
OFF
A1
value
A1
value
Alarm output
High limit alarm with standby
Low limit alarm with standby
A1 hysteresis
ON
A1 hysteresis
ON
Alarm action
OFF
OFF
A1
value
Alarm output
SV
+ A1
value
A1
value
+ side
+ side
side
side
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SV
+ A1
value
High/Low limits alarm with standby
A1 hysteresis
ON
Alarm action
OFF
A1
value
SV
A1
value
Alarm output
:
A1 output terminals 7 and 8 are connected (ON).
: A1 output terminals 7 and 8 are connected (ON) or disconnected (OFF).
:
A1 output terminals 7 and 8 are disconnected (OFF).
:
Standby functions.
Alarm indicator and Alarm output
For A2 output, use terminals 12 and 13.
A1 and A2 indicators light when their terminals are connected, and go off when
their terminals are disconnected.
When Alarm 1 (A1) De-energized or Alarm 2 (A2) De-energized is selected during
Alarm 1 (A1) or Alarm 2 (A2) Energized/De-energized selection, the alarm output
ON/OFF status acts in reverse. In this case, A1 and A2 indicators light when their
terminals are disconnected, and go off when their terminals are connected.
Alarm action in overscale and underscale
During overscale, High limit alarm, High/Low limits alarm and Process high alarm
are activated.
During underscale, Low limit alarm, High/Low limits alarm and Process low alarm
are activated.
For the alarm with standby function, the standby function is released.
9. Other functions
Power failure countermeasure
The setting data is backed up in the non-volatile IC memory.
If power failure occurs during the program control run, and if the power is restored,
the program control resumes from the point at which power failure occurred.
If power failure occurs during the fixed value control, and if the power is restored,
the fixed value control resumes.
Self-diagnosis
The CPU is monitored by a watchdog timer, and if an abnormal status is found on
the CPU, the controller is switched to warm-up status.
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Automatic cold junction temperature compensation (Only thermocouple input type)
This detects the temperature at the connecting terminal between the thermocouple and
the instrument, and always maintains it at the same status as if the reference junction
location temperature was at 0 (32 ).
Burnout
When the thermocouple or RTD input is burnt out, PV display flashes “
” (For
DC current output, OUT low limit value) with control output (OUT) being turned off.
When DC input is disconnected:
For 4-20mA DC and 1-5V DC input, the PV display flashes “
”.
For 0-1V DC input, the PV display flashes “
”.
For 0-20mA DC, 0-5V DC and 0-10V DC input, the PV display indicates the value
corresponding with 0mA or 0V input.
Input error
Indication
[
]
flashes.
[
]
flashes.
Contents
Overscale
Measured value has exceeded
indication range high limit value.
Control output
Relay contact: OFF
Non-contact voltage: 0V
DC current output: 4mA or
OUT low limit value
Underscale
Relay contact: OFF
Measured value has dropped
Non-contact voltage: 0V
below indication range low limit DC current output: 4mA or
value.
OUT low limit value
Thermocouple input
Input
Input range
-199.9 to 400.0
K, T
-199.9 to 750.0
Indication range
-199.9 to 450.0
-199.9 to 850.0
Control range
-205.0 to 450.0
-209.0 to 850.0
Indication range and Control range of thermocouple inputs other than the above:
Input range low limit value –50 (100 ) to Input range high limit value +50 (100 )
RTD input
Input
Pt100
JPt100
Input range
-199.9 to 850.0
-200 to 850
-199.9 to 999.9
-300 to 1500
-199.9 to 500.0
-200 to 500
-199.9 to 900.0
-300 to 900
Indication range
-199.9 to 900.0
-210 to 900
-199.9 to 999.9
-318 to 1600
-199.9 to 550.0
-206 to 550
-199.9 to 999.9
-312 to 1000
Control range
-210.0 to 900.0
-210 to 900
-211.0 to 1099.9
-318 to 1600
-206.0 to 550.0
-206 to 550
-211.0 to 999.9
-312 to 1000
DC input
Indication range: [Scaling low limit value – Scaling span x 1%] to [Scaling high limit
value +Scaling span x 10%]
(If the input value goes outside the range –1999 to 9999, the PV
display flashes “
” or “
”.)
Control range: [Scaling low limit value – Scaling span x 1%] to [Scaling high limit
value +Scaling span x 10%]
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10. Specifications
10.1 Standard specifications
Model
: Programmable controller
Name
: PCD-33A
Mounting
: Flush
Setting
: Input system using membrane sheet key
Display PV display
: Red LED display 4 digits, character size, 18(H) x 8(W)mm
SV display
: Green LED display 4 digits, character size, 12.6(H) x6(W)mm
PTN display : Green LED display 1 digit, character size, 12.6(H) x 6(W) mm
STEP display : Green LED display 1 digit, character size, 12.6(H) x 6(W) mm
Input
Thermocouple
: K, J, R, S, B, E, T, N, PL- , C
External resistance, 100 or less (for B input, 40 or less)
RTD
: Pt100, JPt100, 3-wire system
Allowable input lead wire resistance, 10 or less per wire
DC current
: 0 to 20mA DC, 4 to 20mA DC
Input impedance 50
Allowable input current 50mA DC or less
[50 shunt resistor (sold separately) must be installed
between input terminals.]
DC voltage
: 0 to 1V DC
Input impedance (1M or more)
Allowable input voltage (5V DC or less)
Allowable signal source resistance (2k or less)
: 0 to 5V DC, 1 to 5V DC, 0 to 10V DC
Input impedance (100k or more)
Allowable input voltage (15V DC or less)
Allowable signal source resistance (100 or less)
Input sampling period : 250ms
Accuracy (Indication and setting)
Thermocouple
: Within 0.2% of each input span 1digit, or
within 2 (4 ), whichever is greater
R, S input, the range 0 to 200 (0 to 400 ): Within 6 (12 )
B input, the range 0 to 300 (0 to 600 ): Accuracy is not
guaranteed.
K, J, E, T, N input, less than 0 (32 ): Within 0.4% of each
input span 1digit
RTD
: Within 0.1% of each input span 1digit, or
within 1 (2 ), whichever is greater
DC current, voltage : Within 0.2% of each input span 1digit
Time indication accuracy: Within 0.5% of the setting time
Program performance
Number of patterns : 9
Number of steps : 9 steps/1 pattern
Program time range: 0 to 99 hours 59 min/1 step, or 0 to 99 min 59 sec/1 step
For each step,
(Program control Hold) can be set.
Fixed value control at the step SV can be performed since
Hold function works.
Time setting accuracy: Within 0.5% of the setting time
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Setting resolution
Step SV
: Refer to Section “1.2 Rated input” (p. 6).
Step time : 1 minute or 1 second
Status after power is restored: The control resumes from the point at which power
failure occurred.
(Progressing time error after power is restored: Max. 1 minute)
Controlling action
• PID control (with auto-tuning function)
• PI control (When derivative time is set to 0)
• PD control (When integral time is set to 0)
• P control (When both integral and derivative time are set to 0)
• ON/OFF control (When proportional band is set to 0 or 0.0)
Proportional band (P)
: TC, RTD input without a decimal point,
0 to 1000 (2000 ) (Default: 10 )
TC, RTD input with a decimal point:
0.0 to 999.9 (999.9 )
DC input: 0.0 to 100.0%
Integral time (I)
: 0 to 1000 sec (Off when set to 0) (Default: 200 sec)
Derivative time (D)
: 0 to 300 sec (Off when set to 0) ) (Default: 50 sec)
Proportional cycle
: 1 to 120 sec (Default: 30 sec for –R/M, 3 sec for –S/M,
Not available for –A/M)
Anti-reset windup (ARW) : 0 to 100% (Default: 50%)
ON/OFF hysteresis
: 0.1 to 100.0 ( ) (Default: 1.0 )
Output high limit, low limit: 0 to 100% (DC current output: -5 to 105%)
(Default: Output high limit; 100%, Output low limit; 0%)
Control output (OUT)
Relay contact
: 1a1b
Control capacity: 3A 250V AC (resistive load)
1A 250V AC (inductive load cos =0.4)
Electric life: 100,000 cycles
Non-contact voltage
: For SSR drive
12+20V DC maximum 40mA DC (short circuit protected)
Current
: 4 to 20mA DC
Load resistance: Maximum 550
Alarm 1 (A1) and Alarm 2 (A2) output
The alarm action point is set by deviation from the SV or step SV (except Process
alarm). When the input goes outside the range, the output is turned ON or OFF
(for High/Low limit range alarm).
Alarm Energized (When Alarm output is turned ON, Alarm indicator lights, and
when Alarm output is turned OFF, the alarm indicator goes off) or De-energized
(When Alarm output is turned ON, Alarm indicator goes off, and when Alarm
output is turned OFF, the alarm indicator lights) can be selected by keypad
operation.
Setting accuracy
Action
Hysteresis
Output
: The same as the indication accuracy
: ON/OFF action
: 0.1 to 100.0 ( ) (Default value: 1.0 )
DC current, voltage input: 1 to 1000 (The placement of the
decimal point follows the selection.)
: Relay contact 1a
Control capacity: 3A 250V AC (resistive load)
1A 250V AC (inductive load cos =0.4)
Electric life: 100,000 cycles
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Alarm output action: One alarm can be selected by the front keypad from 9 types
of alarm and no alarm action: High limit alarm, Low limit
alarm, High/Low limits alarm, High/Low limit range alarm,
Process high alarm and Process low alarm, High limit alarm
with the standby function, Low limit alarm with the standby
function, High/Low limits alarm with the standby function
and No alarm action.
Default: No alarm action for Alarm 1(A1) and Alarm 2(A2)
Event output
One of the outputs can be selected by the front keypad from a choice of:
Time signal output, Pattern end output and Run (program control run) output.
Default value: Time signal output
Output: Relay contact 1a
Control capacity: 3A 250V AC (resistive load)
1A 250V AC (inductive load cos =0.4)
Electric life: 100,000 cycles
Time signal output:
Sets the amount of time for time signal output ON time and time signal output OFF
time within one pattern time. Time signal output is turned on during time signal output
ON time. Time signal output ON time follows time signal output OFF time.
Setting range: OFF time, 00.00 to 99.59 (Hour:Minute or Minute:Second)
ON time, 00.00 to 99.59 (Hour:Minute or Minute:Second)
The time unit can be selected from the Step time unit selection.
Default value: 00.00 (Hour:Minute)
Pattern end output:
After program control is complete, pattern end output is turned on during pattern
end output setting time.
When set to 0, the output remains ON. The output is turned off by pressing the
STOP Key for 1 second or longer.
Pattern end output time setting range: 0 to 9999 sec. (Default: 0 sec)
Run (program control run) output:
The program control run output is turned on during program control run.
Supply voltage
: 100 to 240V AC 50/60Hz, 24V AC/DC 50/60Hz
For the supply voltage, 100 to 240V AC is standard.
For 24V AC/DC, “1” is entered after the model PCD-33A-x/M.
Allowable voltage fluctuation:
100 to 240V AC: 85 to 264V AC
24V AC/DC
: 20 to 28V AC/DC
Ambient temperature : 0 to 50 (32 to 122 )
Ambient humidity : 35 to 85%RH (non-condensing)
Power consumption: Approx. 8VA
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Circuit insulation configuration
1
2
3
Power
supply
4
5
6
Control
output
(OUT)
7
8
Alarm 1 (A1)
output
9
Alarm 2 (A2) output or
Insulated power output (P24)
10
Event output
12
13
External
operation
14
17
Input
18
19
20
Communication
C
10
14
17
Insulated
A
B
When the control output (OUT) is non-contact voltage or DC current,
A is not electrically insulated from B, and A is not electrically insulated from C.
Insulation resistance
10M or more, at 500V DC for other combinations except those mentioned above.
Dielectric strength
Between input terminal and ground terminal, 1.5kV AC for 1 minute
Between input terminal and power terminal, 1.5kV AC for 1 minute
Between output terminal and ground terminal, 1.5kV AC for 1 minute
Between output terminal and power terminal, 1.5kV AC for 1 minute
Between power terminal and ground terminal, 1.5kV AC for 1 minute
Weight
: Approx. 370g
External dimensions : 96 x 96 x 100mm (W x H x D)
Material
: Case, Flame-resistant resin
Color
: Case, Light gray
Attached functions : Set value lock, Sensor correction, Power failure countermeasure,
Self-diagnosis, Automatic cold junction temperature
compensation, Burnout (overscale), Input error, Warm-up
indication
Accessories
: Mounting brackets
1 set
Instruction manual
1 copy
Terminal cover
2 pieces (When the TC option is added.)
10.2 Optional specifications
Serial communication (Option code: C5)
External operation function cannot be used if C5 option is added.
The following operations can be executed from an external computer.
(1) Reading and setting of Step SV, Step time, PID values and various set values
(2) Reading of the PV and the action status
(3) Function change
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Communication interface : EIA RS-485
Communication method : Half-duplex communication
Synchronization method : Start-stop synchronization
Communication protocol : Shinko protocol, Set value digital transmission (Shinko
protocol), Set value digital reception (Shinko protocol),
Modbus ASCII, Modbus RTU
(Default: Shinko protocol)
Communication speed : 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200bps, (Default: 9600bps)
Selectable by keypad
Parity
: Even, Odd, No parity (Selectable by keypad)
(Default: Even)
Stop bit
: 1, 2 (Selectable by keypad) (Default: 1)
Data format
: Data bit is automatically changed upon selecting a
communication protocol.
Protocol
Shinko
Modbus ASCII
Modbus RTU
Start bit
1
1
1
Data bit
7
7
8
Parity
Even
Selection (Even)
Selection (No parity)
Stop bit
1
Selection (1)
Selection (1)
Value in the bracket ( ): Basic set value
Set value digital transmission (Option code: SVTC)
If SVTC option is added, external operation function cannot be used.
If Set value digital transmission is selected during Communication protocol selection,
step SV of the PCD-33A can be transmitted digitally to a maximum of 31 units of
Shinko controllers with communication function (C5 option).
If Set value digital reception is selected during Communication protocol selection,
step SV can be received from Shinko PC-935/PCD-33A with Set value digital
transmission (SVTC option).
Insulated power output (Option code: P24)
When P24 option is added, Alarm 2 (A2) cannot be used.
Output voltage: 24 3V DC (When load current is 30mA DC)
Ripple voltage: Within 200mV DC (When load current is 30mA DC)
Max. load current: 30mA DC
Color black (Option code: BK)
Front panel : Dark gray
Case
: Black
Terminal cover (Option code: TC)
Electrical shock protection terminal cover
11. Troubleshooting
If any malfunctions occur, refer to the following items after checking the power and wiring.
Warning
Turn the power supply to the instrument off before checking the wiring.
Working on or touching the terminal with the power switched on may result
in severe injury or death due to Electric Shock.
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<Indication>
Problem
[
] is flashing
on the PV display.
[
] is flashing
on the PV display.
The indication of PV
display is irregular
or unstable.
[
] is indicated
on the PV display.
<Keypad operation>
Problem
It is impossible to
select a program
pattern number.
Settings or selections
are impossible.
Presumed cause and solution
• Thermocouple or RTD is burnt out.
[Thermocouple]
If the input terminals of the instrument are shorted, and if a
value around room temperature is indicated, the
instrument is likely to be operating normally, however, the
sensor may be burnt out.
[RTD]
If approx. 100 of resistance is connected to the input
terminals between A-B of the instrument and between B-B
is shorted, and if approximate 0 (32 ) is indicated, the
instrument is likely to be operating normally, however, the
sensor may be burnt out.
• Check whether the input terminals of thermocouple, RTD
are securely mounted to the instrument input terminals.
• Check if polarity of thermocouple or compensating lead
wire is correct.
• Check whether codes (A, B, B) of RTD agree with the
instrument terminals.
• Check whether sensor input or temperature unit ( or )
is correct.
Set the sensor type which is the same as users’ and the
temperature unit during the Input type selection [
].
(p.16)
• Sensor correcting value is unsuitable. Set it to a suitable
value during the Sensor correction setting [
] in
Auxiliary function setting mode 1. (p.31, 41, 42)
• AC leaks into thermocouple or RTD circuit.
• There may be equipment that interferes with or makes noise
near the controller.
Keep equipment that interferes with or makes noise away
from the controller.
• Internal memory is defective.
Contact our agency or us.
Presumed cause and solution
• The program control is running.
Change the mode.
The program pattern number can only be selected during
the Program standby mode.
• Set value lock [
] is designated during the Set value
lock selection in Auxiliary function setting mode 1.
Release the lock designation and set to [
]. (p.31)
• Auto-tuning is performing.
Cancel auto-tuning if necessary. (p.28)
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Problem
The setting indication
does not change in the
input range even if the
,
keys are
pressed, and new
values are unable to
be set.
Presumed cause and solution
• SV high limit or low limit in Auxiliary function setting mode 1
may be set at the point where the value does not change.
Set it to a suitable value (
, or
) while in
Auxiliary function setting mode 1. (p.31)
<Control>
Problem
If process variable
(temperature) does
not rise.
If the control output
(OUT) remains in an
ON status.
If the control output
(OUT) remains in an
OFF status.
Step numbers progress
fast and program
control stops soon after
it has started.
The step does not
proceed.
Presumed cause and solution
• Thermocouple or RTD is burnt out.
• Lead wire of thermocouple or RTD is not securely
connected to the instrument terminals.
• Direct (Cooling) action [
] has been selected during
the Direct/Reverse action selection [
] in “5. Setup”.
Select Reverse (Heating) [
] action. (p.20)
• OUT low limit value is set to 100% or higher in Auxiliary
function setting mode 2. (p.17)
• The proportional band may be set at an extremely small
value.
Set it to a suitable value. (p.28)
• OUT high limit value is set to 0% or less in Auxiliary function
setting mode 2. (p.17)
• The proportional band may be set at an extremely high
value.
Set it to a suitable value. (p.28)
• The program has not been set.
Set the program from the Pattern (Step SV/Time) setting
mode. (pages 25, 26)
• The default value is PV start.
If the PV is higher than the Step SV, the program advances
and it ends soon. (p.17)
• Wait function is working.
Release the wait function.
• The fixed value control is performing due to Hold function.
Press the RUN Key for more than 1 second to release
the Hold function. (p.39)
For all other malfunctions, please contact our main office or dealers.
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12. Character table
Photocopiable material
<Pattern (Step SV/Time) setting mode>
Step No.
PV display
Setting item
Default value
Step 1 SV
0
Step 1 time
00.00 (H:M)
Step 2 SV
0
Step 2 time
00.00 (H:M)
Step 3 SV
0
Step 3 time
00.00 (H:M)
Step 4 SV
0
Step 4 time
00.00 (H:M)
Step 5 SV
0
Step 5 time
00.00 (H:M)
Step 6 SV
0
Step 6 time
00.00 (H:M)
Step 7 SV
0
Step 7 time
00.00 (H:M)
Step 8 SV
0
Step 8 time
00.00 (H:M)
Step 9 SV
0
Step 9 time
00.00 (H:M)
<Alarm/Time signal setting mode>
Step No.
PV display
Setting item
Default value
Alarm 1 (A1) value
0
Alarm 2 (A2) value
0
Time signal OFF time
00.00 (H:M)
Time signal ON time
00.00 (H:M)
< PID parameter setting mode>
Step No.
PV display
Setting item
Default value
Auto-tuning Perform/Cancel
Cancel
Proportional band
10
Integral time
200 sec
Derivative time
50 sec
ARW (Anti-reset windup)
50%
Proportional cycle
R/ (30 sec), S/ (3 sec)
<Wait parameter setting mode>
Step No.
PV display
Setting item
Default value
Wait value
0 (No Wait action)
Step 1 Wait function Used/Not used Not used
Step 2 Wait function Used/Not used Not used
Step 3 Wait function Used/Not used Not used
Step 4 Wait function Used/Not used Not used
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Data
Data
Data
Data
Step 5 Wait function Used/Not used
Step 6 Wait function Used/Not used
Step 7 Wait function Used/Not used
Step 8 Wait function Used/Not used
Step 9 Wait function Used/Not used
<Auxiliary function setting mode 1>
Step No.
PV display
Setting item
Set value lock
SV high limit
SV low limit
Sensor correction
Communication protocol
Instrument number
Communication speed
Parity
Stop bit
<Auxiliary function setting mode 2>
Step No.
PV display
Setting item
Input type
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Default value
Unlock
1370
-200
0.0
Shinko protocol
0
9600bps
Even
1
Scaling high limit value
Scaling low limit value
Decimal point place
PV filter time constant
Step time unit
Step SV for control start
Default value
K: -200 to
1370
9999
-1999
No decimal point
0.0 seconds
Hour/Minute
0
Program control start type
OUT high limit
OUT low limit
OUT ON/OFF hysteresis
PV start
100%
0%
1.0
Alarm 1 (A1) type
Alarm 2 (A2) type
Alarm 1 (A1) Energized/De-energized
Alarm 2 (A2) Energized/De-energized
Alarm 1 (A1) hysteresis
Alarm 2 (A2) hysteresis
Alarm 1 (A1) action delay timer
Alarm 2 (A2) action delay timer
Event output function
Pattern end output time
No alarm action
No alarm action
Energized
Energized
1.0
1.0
0 sec
0 sec
Direct (Cooling)/
Reverse (Heating) control action
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Data
Time signal output
0sec(continuous
output)
Reverse
(Heating) control
Data
13. Program pattern graphing
Before setting the program, graph a program pattern and data table.
Copy the program pattern table, and follow the procedures below.
(1) Write down the program pattern number.
(2) From Step 1, write down the step SV and step time of each step in sequence.
(3) Write down Alarm 1 (A1) and Alarm 2 (A2) values and Time signal output time.
(4) Write down the P, I, D, ARW and proportional cycle values.
(5) Write down the Wait value and Wait function Used/Not used of each step.
(6) Draw a line graph of the step SV.
Explanation of the program pattern table
Program pattern table consists of Y axis which represents the step SV ( or ),
and X axis which represents the step time (Hour:Min or Min:Sec).
In this context, Step SV is considered to be the value at the end of the step, and
step time is considered to be the step processing time.
The relation between the step SV and step time can be explained as follows.
Step 1: The control is performed so that the temperature reaches 500 in 30 minutes
(0:30). (*1)
Step 2: The control is performed at 500 for 1 hour (1:00).
(*1) When the control starts, SV differs depending on the program control start type.
If the SV start is selected during the Program control start type selection, the control
starts from SV. If the PV start is selected during the Program control start type selection,
the SV is advanced to the PV and the control starts.
Program pattern graphing example
Program pattern (Pattern 1)
Step number
1
2
3
4
5
1000
SV
(Desired value)
500
Step SV ( )
0
Step time (Hour:Min)
Wait function
Used/Not used
Wait value
P (Proportional band)
I (Integral time)
D (Derivative time)
ARW
Proportional cycle
Time signal output
ON
500
0:30
Used
500
1:00
Used
1
10
200 sec
50 sec
50%
30 sec
OFF
60
1000
0:40
Used
1000
1:00
Used
0
2:00
Not used
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Program pattern (Pattern number)
Step number
1
2
SV
(Desired value)
Step SV ( C )
Step time (Hour:Minute)
Wait function Used/Not used
Wait value
P (Proportional band)
I (Integral time)
D (Derivative time)
ARW
Proportional cycle
Time signal output ON
OFF
62
3
4
5
6
7
8
63
9
***** Inquiry *****
For any inquiries about this unit, please contact the vendor
where you purchased the unit after checking the following.
[Example]
• Model --------------------------- PCD-33A-R/M
• Option --------------------------- C5
• Serial number ----------------- No. xxxxxx
In addition to the above, please let us know the details of the
malfunction, if any, and the operating conditions.
SHINKO TECHNOS CO., LTD.
OVERSEAS DIVISION
Reg. Office : 2-5-1, Senbahigashi, Minoo, Osaka, Japan
URL
: http://www.shinko-technos.co.jp
Tel : +81-72-727-6100
E-mail
: overseas@shinko-technos.co.jp
Fax: +81-72-727-7006
No. PCD31E6
2010.09