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• Control Modules with Digital Display
and Communication
• Self-tuning Microprocessor - Based Auto PID
tuning, Dual Indicating T° Control Modules
• Microprocessor Based T° Control Modules
• Alarm and Standby Heat Modules
• Digital Current/Voltage Monitor
• Single Zone Microprocessor T° Controllers
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Temperature Controllers
Molding Systems
• MFPX/MFCPX/MFHPX/
MFHCPX - Main Frames
• CSS - Control Modules
with Digital Display and
Communication
• DSS - Self-tuning
Microprocessor-Based
Auto PID tuning,
Dual Indicating
T° control Modules
• SSMX - MicroprocessorBased T° Control
Modules
• TAS - Alarm and
Standby Heat Modules
• CVK Digital Current/
Voltage Monitors
• ESH - Single Zone
Microprocessor
T° Controllers
• MFFPRX-2G - Two Zone
Main Frame
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Smart Series® Temperature Controllers
Contents
Page
Main Frames MF(C)PX - MF(C)PX/CV - MFH(C)PX - ................................
MFH(C)PX/CV - MFFPRX
Benefits
Diversity
Features
Ordering Information
Wiring
Spare Parts
3 - 11
Microprocessor-Based T° Control Modules and Communications - CSS ... 12 - 17
Microprocessor-Based Auto PID Tuning, Dual Indicating T° Modules - DSS 8 - 22
Microprocessor-Based T° Control Modules SSMX ....................................... 23 - 26
Temperature Alarm/Standby Heat Modules - TAS ....................................... 27 - 28
Digital Current/Voltage Monitors - CVK ........................................................ 29
Single Zone T° Controller - ESH .................................................................. 30 - 33
Two-Zone Main Frame - MFFPRX-2G ......................................................... 33
D-M-E Temperature controllers
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Smart Series® Temperature Controllers
The best solution...
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Benefits
Heavy duty construction
With years of experience behind its design, the Smart Series
line is built to last under the most rigorous conditions. The
Main Frame's all-welded 16 gauge steel construction insures
long life and peak performance. A high gloss industrial finish adds further to its appearance and surface durability.
Cooling fans in the frame are strategically located to increase air ventilation, maintain cooler running conditions, and
promote control module reliability.
Reduced electrical noise and heat levels
To decrease electrical noise, D-M-E has harnessed power
and thermocouple wires in separate wire patterns within the
body of the frame. Another advancement in the wiring system features an increase in the wire gauge size from 18 to
14 gauge to carry added amperage and reduce heat buildup. D-M-E's Smart Series is the result of intensive and dedicated research with a goal of designing today's most versatile and reliable line of temperature controllers. D-M-E
achieved this goal by not only incorporating the latest technology, but by also making certain that each controller remained easy to install and above all.. easy to operate.
to reduce electrical noise and heat levels
For increased capacity
to put you a ”step-ahead” in your operation
for greater versatility and performance
for simplified power hook-up
The Smart Series control modules are easy to program and
even easier to monitor. A digital LED display provides setpoint, percent power or process temperature information at a
glance. Fault diagnostics for shorted, open or reversed thermocouple are also spelled out on the digital display. Multicolored indicator lights provide quick reference for over or
under temperature conditions.
Simplified power hook-up
Concern for user convenience did not stop with improved
operating features. D-M-E went one step beyond to insure
that the power hook-up procedure goes smoothly as well.
For this reason installation drawings have been printed directly on the Main Frame back panel for quick availability
and reference whenever needed. Furthermore, D-M-E has
taken great care to make the installation drawings simple
and direct so that all power hook-ups are quick and easy.
CE Regulation
The newly introduced CE regulations for EMC and LowVoltage lead to almost invisible product enhancements.
Improved noise immunity, shielded T.C. and power wiring,
screw fixtures for the modules and high current power connectors are the most eye-caching improvements made.
User safety and product reliability have been ensured by
meeting the demands of the CE directives.
Completely self contained
Smart Series Main Frames require no external relays or
contactors, since they are self-contained in each frame.
Other systems often list these items separately or, in some
cases, do not provide them at all ! The previous mentioned
compatibility with G-Series accessories can provide additional savings when ordering. For example, mold connectors already purchased and installed on the mold or compatible cables from a previous ordered package need not be repurchased as part of a new system. These factors, combined
with Smart Series improved features make it a "step-ahead"
system that will put you a "step-ahead" in your operation.
Control modules
The Smart Series modules are also available to provide
even greater versatility and performance. They include: the
SSMX Temperature Control Modules (15 and 30 Amp); the
CSS Temperature Control Modules (15 and 30 Amp); the
DSS Temperature Control Modules (15 and 30 Amp) and
the Alarm and Standby-heat module (5 Amp).
D-M-E Temperature controllers
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Smart Series® Temperature Controllers
Diversity
Microprocessor-Based T° Control Modules with
Digital Display
Microprocessor-Based T° Control Modules with
Digital Display and Communication
SWITCH POWER "OFF"
BEFORE
INSERTING OR
REMOVING MODULES
SWITCH POWER "OFF"
BEFORE
INSERTING OR
REMOVING MODULES
L1 L2 L3
L1 L2 L3
1
1
0
0
L3
1
2
3
4
L2
5
6
L1
7
L3
Np
SMART
SERIES
8
1
-10
-5
0°F
0°C
+10
+5
4
5
CSS-15-02 °F/°C
240VAC 15 AMPS MAX
VL 3
VL 2
VL 1
CHECK "0"
VOLTS
1 2
7
-20
-11
3 A
4 M
5 P
6 S
-10
-5
0°F
0°C
+10
+5
+20
+11
240VAC 15 AMPS MAX
-20
-11
-10
-5
0°F
0°C
+20
+11
+10
+5
-20
-11
-10
-5
0°F
0°C
+10
+5
+20
+11
VL 3
VL 2
VL 1
CHECK "0"
VOLTS
ALARM
0
1
1
1 2
AMPS
2
TEMP
3
8
MAN
100%
0
0
SWITCH POWER "OFF"
BEFORE INSERTING OR
REMOVING MODULES
1
SMART
SERIES
D-M-E
AUTO
0
0
1
SMART
SERIES
D-M-E
0
SMART
SERIES
D-M-E
Modules
Volt/Amp Mon.
Main Frames
Modules
Volt/Amp Mon.
SSMX-15-G
CVK-5
CVK-8
CVK-12
MFPX-5-C 4,5-G/CV
MFPX-8-C 4,5-G/CV
MFPX-12-C 4,5-G/CV
MFPX-5-C 4,5-G
MFPX-8-C 4,5-G
MFPX-12-C 4,5-G
TAS-05-2
SSMX-15 G
CSS-15-02
DSS-15-02
CVK-5
CVK-8
CVK-12
High power Microprocessor-Based T° Control
Modules with Digital Display
1
STANDBY HEAT
0
1
SMART
SERIES
D-M-E
F1
F2
F2
1
0
SMART
SERIES
D-M-E
SWITCH POWER "OFF"
BEFORE INSERTING OR
REMOVING MODULES
MFCPX-5-C 4,5-G/CV
MFCPX-8-C 4,5-G/CV
MFCPX-12-C 4,5-G/CV
MFCPX-5-C 4,5-G
MFCPX-8-C 4,5-G
MFCPX-12-C 4,5-G
High power Microprocessor-Based T° Control
Modules with Digital Display and Communication
SWITCH POWER "OFF"
BEFORE
INSERTING OR
REMOVING MODULES
SWITCH POWER "OFF"
BEFORE
INSERTING OR
REMOVING MODULES
L1 L2 L3
1
1
0
0
SMART
SERIES
L2
D-M-E
1
SSMX-30G
2
3
L3
L1
SMART
SERIES
D-M-E
SMART
SERIES
SMART
SERIES
D-M-E
1
2
DSS-30-02 °F/°C
°C
CSS-30-02 °F/°C
240VAC 30 AMPS MAX
+10
+5
VL 3
VL 2
VL 1
CHECK "0"
VOLTS
+20
+11
SETPOINT
3
-10
-5
0°F
0°C
+10
+5
+20
+11
SHI - SHORTED T/C
bCI - REVERSED T/C
oPI - OPEN T/C
oPO - OPEN TRIAC
ShO - SHORTED TRIAC
GFI - GROUND FAULT
SMART
SERIES
-20
-11
-10
-5
0°F
0°C
+10
+5
+20
+11
-20
-11
-10
-5
0°F
0°C
TAS-05-02
240 VAC NOM 1O
POWER
°F
+10
+5
+20
+11
ALARM
0
PROCESS
TEMP
°C
1
1
SETPOINT
SET PT
SEL
AMPS
TEMP
ENT
1
2
VL 3
VL 2
VL 1
CHECK "0"
VOLTS
1 2
3
A
M
P
S
3
AUTO
MAN
1
4
1
1
D-M-E
PROCESS MANUAL LOAD
TEMP
%
REMOTE
CONTROL
SETPOINT
A
M
P
S
D-M-E
FAULT CODES
-20
-11
1 2
°C
240VAC 30 AMPS MAX
SMART START
SMART
START
PROCESS TEMP
PROCESS
TEMP
SMART
SERIES
SSMX-30G
240VAC 30 AMPS MAX
SMART START
FAULT CODES
SHI - SHORTED T/C
bCI - REVERSED T/C
oPI - OPEN T/C
0°F
0°C
L1
3
240VAC 30 AMPS MAX
-10
-5
L2
D-M-E
SMART START
PROCESS MANUAL LOAD
TEMP
%
-20
-11
D-M-E
Main Frames
L1 L2 L3
L3
3 A
4 M
5 P
6 S
MANUAL
AUTO
MANUAL
PWR
7
1
4
F1
SMART
SERIES
POWER
SETPOINT
SET PT
SEL
ENT
AUTO
1
240 VAC NOM 1O
PROCESS
TEMP
°C
°F
D-M-E
TAS-05-02
AUTO
MANUAL
D-M-E
SMART
SERIES
8
PROCESS MANUAL LOAD
TEMP
%
REMOTE
CONTROL
SETPOINT
1
0
7
SMART START
SMART
START
PROCESS TEMP
+20
+11
6
SSMX-15G °F/°C
SMART START
8
SMART
SERIES
3
240VAC 15 AMPS MAX
240VAC 15 AMPS MAX
SMART START
PROCESS MANUAL LOAD
TEMP
%
-20
-11
2
DSS-15-02 °F/°C
SETPOINT
Np
D-M-E
SSMX-15G °F/°C
PROCESS
TEMP
L1
L2
100%
MANUAL
1
AUTO
PWR
MANUAL
AUTO
MANUAL
AUTO
0
1
STANDBY HEAT
0
0
0
0
SMART
SERIES
D-M-E
SMART
SERIES
D-M-E
Modules
Volt/Amp Mon.
SSMX-30-G
CVK-2H
CVK-3H
CVK-5H
SWITCH POWER "OFF"
BEFORE INSERTING OR
REMOVING MODULES
SMART
SERIES
D-M-E
Main Frames
MFHPX-2-C
MFHPX-3-C
MFHPX-5-C
MFHPX-2-C
MFHPX-3-C
MFHPX-5-C
4,5-G/CV
4,5-G/CV
4,5-G/CV
4,5-G
4,5-G
4,5-G
Single Zone Microprocessor T° Controller
D-M-E
SMART
SERIES
Modules
Volt/Amp Mon.
TAS-05-2
SSMX-30 G
CSS-30-02
DSS-30-02
CVK-2-H
CVK-3-H
CVK-5-H
1
SMART
SERIES
D-M-E
D-M-E
D-M-E
1
SMART
SERIES
D-M-E
0
SMART
SERIES
SWITCH POWER "OFF"
BEFORE INSERTING OR
REMOVING MODULES
D-M-E
Main Frames
MFHCPX-2-C
MFHCPX-3-C
MFHCPX-5-C
MFHCPX-2-C
MFHCPX-3-C
MFHCPX-5-C
4,5-G/CV
4,5-G/CV
4,5-G/CV
4,5-G
4,5-G
4,5-G
Two-Zone Main Frame for T° Control
SSMX-15G °F/°C
240VAC 15 AMPS MAX
SMART START
PROCESS MANUAL LOAD
TEMP
%
-20
-11
SWITCH POWER "OFF"
BEFORE
INSERTING OR
REMOVING MODULES
1
ESH-10G
240VAC °F/°C
10 AMPS MAX
SMART START
-10
-5
0°F
0°C
+10
+5
+20
+11
PROCESS
TEMP
SETPOINT
MANUAL
MANUAL
PROCESS MANUAL LOAD
TEMP
%
AUTO
AUTO
PROCESS
TEMP
0
SMART
SERIES
SETPOINT
SMART
SERIES
0
-20
-11
-10
-5
0°F
0°C
+10
+5
D-M-E
REF.
ESH-10-02
D-M-E Temperature controllers
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1
D-M-E
+20
+11
1
2
SMART
SERIES
D-M-E
Modules
Main Frames
SSMX-15-G
MFFPRX-2-G
Smart Series® Main Frames
Main
Frames for Temperature
Control
D-M-E's Smart Series is the result of intensive and dedicated research with a goal of designing today's most versatile
and reliable line of temperature controllers. Completely wired and ready for use, these frames are available in standard configuration for 5, 8 and 12 Zones
Features
Heavy duty construction. All welded 16 gauge steel construction insures long life and peak performances.
Simple AC input power connections permit selection of voltage, phase and load balancing to suit the application. All
Smart Series Main Frames are supplied to accept 380/420
VAC, 3 phase, 5 wire, 50-60 HZ input power. A variety of
other voltage, phase and load balancing arrangements possible :
3 x 380 VAC + Np + ground
220-240 V, 3 phase, 50-60 Hz
208-240 V, single phase, 40-60 Hz
110-120 V, single phase, 50-60 Hz (for 110 VAC heaters)
The 16 thru 48 zones frames use 2, 3 and 4 frame sections
rigidly fastened together into one prewired integral stack unit
which requires only one main AC power input connection.
Heavy duty, in-line circuit board connectors for module power and thermocouple connectors. Large contact area for
added reliability. Exclusive dual grounding system for safety
(modules are grounded before contact is made and grounded again when fully inserted).
Main AC disconnect switch (Electronic circuit breaker/disconnect) with 3 power on indicator lights.
1 Main Frame
2 Circuit Breaker/Disconnect
2a Current Voltage Monitor (option)
3 Mold power cable
4 Thermocouple cable
5 Mold power input connector
Ordering
6
7
8
9
10
11
Insulated crimp connectors
Thermocouple connectors
Mounting boxes
Blank panels
Fuses
Modules
Information
Smart Series Main Frames (15 Amp max)
The 12 configurations illustrated below provide a wide selection of zone capacities to suit most control application.
The 5, 8 and 12 zone frames (MF(C)PX 5, 8 and 12) use
individual frame sections. The 16 thru 48 zone frames use
2, 3 or 4 frame sections rigidly fastened together into one
prewired integral unit which requires only one main AC power input connection. The Current/Voltage Monitor option
will be factory installed when ordered at same time as Main
Frame. Cables, mold connectors and other accessories are
included, Control Modules are to be ordered separately.
Main Frames (supplied with 50 Amp, 3 phase circuit breaker)
L1 L2 L3
1
2
3
4
L1 L2 L3
5
1
MFPX-5G
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
L1 L2 L3
1
2
3
MFPX-8G
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
MFPX-12G
Stack Frames (supplied with 75 Amp, 3 phase circuit breaker)
1
Cooling fan in the Main Frame is strategically located to increase air ventilation and maintain cooler running condition.
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
L1 L2 L3
L1 L2 L3
2
3
MFPX-16G
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
L1 L2 L3
MFPX-20G
MFPX-24G
Upper and lower guides to simplify module insertion and removal.
Push-pull fasteners to quickly and easily lock modules and
blank panels in position. No tools required. Alternatively,
screwed-on modules and blank panels when required by regulations.
1
Tapped inserts to simplify mounting frame to floor stand.
Reduced electrical noise and heat levels.
The Smart Series high power (30 Amp) Main Frames at 2, 3
and 5 zone capacities. Delivery on special request.
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
1
2
3
4
5
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
3
4
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
MFPX-40G
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
L1 L2 L3
1
MFPX-36G
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
L1 L2 L3
2
2
MFPX-32G
1
5
1
L1 L2 L3
MFPX-28G
1
Numbered write-on areas for zone information
2
L1 L2 L3
Heavy duty connectors with integral retaining latches for power and thermocouple cables.
International symbols and installation drawings have been
printed directly on the main frame back panel for quick availability and reference whenever needed.
1
12
L1 L2 L3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
MFPX-44G
12
L1 L2 L3
MFPX-48G
- Each frame section has its own cooling fan.
- Multi-section frame heights are multiples of 23 cm height
shown (e.g. MF(C)PX 32-C4,5-G is 69 cm)
- Main AC input shown will always be in bottom frame section. For higher power requirements individual power inputs and circuit breakers can be factory installed in each
section of stack frame on a special order basis.
D-M-E Temperature controllers
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Smart Series® Main Frames
Ordering
information
Smart Series Main Frames
®
Z
o
n
e
s
5
8
12
MFPX
T° Controller
Smart Series® Main Frames
MFPX/CV
MFCPX
T°Controller
T° Controller
& Volt/Amp
with CommuniMonitor
cation
MFCPX/CV
T° Controller
with Comm.
& Volt/Amp.
Monitor
MFPX-5-C 4,5-G MFPX-5-C 4,5 G/CV MFCPX-5-C 4,5-G MFCPX-5-C 4,5-G/CV
MFPX-8-C 4,5-G MFPX-8-C 4,5 G/CV MFCPX-8-C 4,5-G MFCPX-8-C 4,5-G/CV
MFPX-12-C 4,5-G MFPX-12-C 4,5 G/CV MFCPX-12-C 4,5-G MFCPX-12-C 4,5-G/CV
MPC
Mold power
cables
Cables and Mold Connectors
TC
PIC
MTC
Thermocouple
Mold power Thermocouple
cables
input connect.
connectors
MPC-24-4,5-G
MPC-24-4,5-G
MPC-24-4,5-G
TC-5-4,5-G
TC-8-4,5-G
TC-12-4,5-G
PIC-24-G
PIC-24-G
PIC-24-G
Terminal Mounting Boxes*
PTCX
PICX
For power
Connectors
and TC
MTC-5-G
MTC-8-G
MTC-12-G
PTCX-5K
PTCX-8K
PTCX-12K
PICX-24-5K
PICX-24-8K
PICX-24-12K
Terminal
Mounting
Boxes*
PICH
For power
& TC Conn.
PICH-23-TB-G
PICH-23-TB-G
PICH-5-TB-G
* To be
ordered
separately
Smart Series® Main Frames - High Power
Z
o
n
e
s
2
3
5
High Power - Smart Series Main Frames
MFHPX/CV
MFCHPX
MFCHPX/CV
MPCH
T°Controller
T° Controller
T° Controller
Mold power
& Volt/Amp
with Communiwith Comm.
cables
Monitor
cation
& Volt/Amp.
Monitor
MFHPX-2-C 4,5-G MFHPX-2-C-4,5G/CV MFCHPX-2-C 4,5-G MFCHPX-2-C 4,5-G/CV MPCH-23-4,5-G
MFHPX-3-C 4,5-G MFHPX-3-C-4,5G/CV MFCHPX-3-C 4,5-G MFCHPX-3-C 4,5-G/CV MPCH-23-4,5-G
MFHPX-5-C 4,5-G MFHPX-5-C-4,5G/CV MFCHPX-5-C 4,5-G MFCHPX-5-C 4,5-G/CV MPCH-5-4,5-G
MFHPX
T° Controller
Cables and Mold Connectors
TC
PICH
MTC
Thermocouple
Mold power Thermocouple
cables
input connect.
connectors
TC-5-4,5-G
TC-5-4,5-G
TC-5-4,5-G
PIC-23-G
PIC-23-G
PIC-5-G
MTC-5-G
MTC-5-G
MTC-5-G
Included: Mold power cable, Thermocouple cable, Mold power input connector and Crimp connectors, Thermocouple connector and fuses.
Wiring
capabilities
Worldwide wiring capabilities
Unless otherwise specified, all Smart Series Main Frames
will be supplied to accept 380-420 V, 3 phase, 5 wire, 50-60
Hz - 208-240V, single phase, 3 wire, 50-60 Hz input power.
Wiring diagram (included on the access cover) illustrates the
variety of other voltage, phase and load balancing arrangements possible, such as : 240 VAC, 3 phase, 4 wire, 50-60
HZ and 110-120 V, single phase, 3-wire, 50-60 Hz. These
wiring adjustments can be performed in the field to suit the
requirements of the application. Or, if specified at the time
of original order, D-M-E will supply the Main Frame required.
Wiring instructions for D-M-E heaters
Power wires can only be extended with crimp connectors
(HWCC-1-2-5) and power wires of the same cross-section
area (total length max. 8 m)
Fe-Co Thermocouple wires can only be extended with FeCo wires. With the exception of the polarity of the extension
cable (US standards : red = negative, white = positive;
European standards : red = positive, blue = negative). One
must take care that the thermocouple wires are in good contact with the cable joint.
Mold power input connector (PIC-24-G and PICH-23-G) and
terminal mounting box (PTCX, PICX, PTC) must be connected with the ground wire to the mold.
Wiring has to be made according to the wiring diagram.
Take care that wiring is correct to the position of the modules.
Use Ohm-meter to check each heater for proper function prior to starting the D-M-E Hotrunner system.
Thermocouple cable
DSS-15-02 °F/°C
DSS-15-02 °F/°C
240VAC 15 AMPS MAX
0°F
0°C
+10
+5
-20
-11
SETPOINT
-10
-5
SMART
SERIES
1
-20
-11
-10
-5
F1
1
D-M-E
0
SMART
SERIES
2
+10
+5
-20
-11
-10
-5
1
D-M-E
0
SMART
SERIES
3
-20
-11
-10
-5
F1
1
D-M-E
0
SMART
SERIES
4
+10
+5
-20
-11
AUTO
MAN
F1
1
D-M-E
0
SMART
SERIES
D-M-E Temperature controllers
+10
+5
-20
-11
-10
-5
F1
1
D-M-E
5
0
SMART
SERIES
6
0°F
0°C
+10
+5
-20
-11
-10
-5
1
D-M-E
0
SMART
SERIES
7
+10
+5
L1 L2 L3
1
+20
+11
AUTO
MAN
100%
PWR
F1
0°F
0°C
SETPOINT
AUTO
MAN
F2
SWITCH POWER "OFF" BEFOR
INSERTING OR REMOVING MOD
PROCESS TEMP
+20
+11
SETPOINT
100%
PWR
F2
240VAC 15 AMPS MAX
SMART START
PROCESS TEMP
+20
+11
AUTO
MAN
100%
PWR
F2
0°F
0°C
SETPOINT
Mold power cable
6
-10
-5
DSS-15-02 °F/°C
240VAC 15 AMPS MAX
SMART START
PROCESS TEMP
+20
+11
SETPOINT
100%
PWR
F2
0°F
0°C
DSS-15-02 °F/°C
240VAC 15 AMPS MAX
SMART START
PROCESS TEMP
+20
+11
AUTO
MAN
100%
PWR
F1
+10
+5
SETPOINT
AUTO
MAN
F2
0°F
0°C
DSS-15-02 °F/°C
240VAC 15 AMPS MAX
SMART START
PROCESS TEMP
+20
+11
SETPOINT
100%
PWR
F2
0°F
0°C
DSS-15-02 °F/°C
SMART START
PROCESS TEMP
+20
+11
AUTO
MAN
100%
PWR
0
+10
+5
SETPOINT
AUTO
MAN
F1
0°F
0°C
240VAC 15 AMPS MAX
SMART START
PROCESS TEMP
+20
+11
DSS-15-02 °F/°C
240VAC 15 AMPS MAX
SMART START
PROCESS TEMP
-10
-5
DSS-15-02 °F/°C
240VAC 15 AMPS MAX
SMART START
-20
-11
100%
PWR
F2
F1
1
D-M-E
0
SMART
SERIES
8
0
F2
1
D-M-E
SMART
SERIES
D-M
Smart Series® Main Frames
Mold
Power connector wiring
with PIC-24-G
2
1
4
3
5
4
2
1
3
5
2
1
4
3
5
2
1
4
3
5
2
1
with PIC-25-G
4
3
5
A
Zone No.
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
Zone 5
Zone 6
Zone 7
Zone 8
Zone 9
Zone 10
Zone 11
Zone 12
B
C
D
E
New mold power connector PIC-24-G
All new D-M-E Hotrunner systems will be fitted with the new
PIC-24-G connector.
The PIC-24-G replaces the PIC-25-G connector and provides for the higher continuous power requirements of
Hotrunner systems and conforms to the new CE regulations.
This modular connector, like its predecessor, connects 12
heating zones to the temperature controller unit.
The contacts are rated 20 Amps at 400 Volts and the connector's footprint is only slightly larger than before.
The Main Frames MFPX-5, 8 and 12, are equipped with the
new power cable MPC-24-G that fits the new PIC-24-G
mold power connector.
1
1
Pin No.
A1 - A2
A3 - A4
B1 - B2
B3 - B4
A5 - B5
C1 - C2
C3 - C4
D1 - D2
D3 - D4
C5 - D5
E1 - E2
E3 - E4
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
8
8
9
B
9
A
C
Zone No.
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
Zone 5
Zone 6
Zone 7
Zone 8
Zone 9
Zone 10
Zone 11
Zone 12
Pin No.
A1 - A2
A3 - A4
A5 - A6
A7 - A8
B2 - B3
B4 - B5
B6 - B7
C1 - C2
C3 - C4
C5 - C6
C7 - C8
A9 - C9
To overcome the transition problems from the old to the new
style, D-M-E offers the possibility to use adapter cables
(length 0,5 m)
MPC-2524 : connects molds with the old PIC-25-G to the
new MPC-24-G power cable
MPC-2425 : connects molds with the new PIC-24-G to
the old MPC-25-G power cable.
Furthermore, the D-M-E terminal mounting boxes PTCX and
PICX are provided with an extra plate so that both styles
power connectors can be fitted. (PIC-24-G and PIC-25-G)
Note :
- Mating cable connectors are wired the same as frame
connectors shown.
- Wires in frames are color coded for reference when rewiring of frame connectors is necessary. Evenso, additional
coding of these wires to connector(s) being replaced is
suggested to expedite rewiring and insure proper reconnection.
- All grounds must be connected to ensure operator safety.
High
Guidelines for wiring the mold to the module & zone number
power Main Frame
connector wiring
11
4
10
5
4
3
10
Thermocouple connector
Mold power cable (4,5m.)
Mold power input connector
with numbered leads
Thermocouple cable (4,5m.)
Terminal mounting box (optional)
U
SWITCH POWER "OFF"
BEFORE
INSERTING OR
REMOVING MODULES
L1 L2 L3
1
0
1
2
SMART
SERIES
High power Main Frame with
circuit breaker/disconnect (standard)
and current/voltage monitor (optional)
D-M-E
9
Insulated crimp
connectors (optional)
HWCC-1
HWCC-2
HWCC-5
3
2
6
7
12
1
8
11
13
2
1
U
5
6
7
8
9
12
Zone number 1 is the probe nozzle / closest to the U-corner.
This is stamped on the mold and indicates the position of
the undersized leader pin.
The numbers for the other probes / nozzles run in the most
logical order (mostly clockwise). The distributor bores / heaters are next and the one closest to the U-corner takes the
next number. The remainder of the distributor bores / heaters
are numbered working up through the different levels with
the central heated adapter taking the last number
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Smart Series® Main Frames
Spare
Parts
Thermocouple accessories
MTC
TC
Thermocouple connectors
Thermocouple cables
To mold To frame
REF.
Zones
REF.
Zones
Cable length
MTC- 5-G
MTC- 8-G
MTC-12-G
5
8
12
TC- 5-4,5-G
TC- 8-4,5-G
TC- 12-4,5-G
5
8
12
4,5 m
4,5 m
4,5 m
Spare parts T/C connectors
Spare parts T/C cables
C 146 10 F
Housing bulkhead mountings
C 146 10 G
Hoods end entry
C 146 10 G
Hoods top entry
Fe-Co
REF.
a
b
c
Cont.
REF.
a
b
c
Cont.
REF.
C 146 10 F 010 0011
C 146 10 F 016 0011
C 146 10 F 024 0011
83
103
130
93
113
140
43
43
43
10+
16+
24+
C 146 10 G 010 1061
C 146 10 G 016 1061
C 146 10 G 024 1061
51
61
61
73
93
119,5
43
43
43
10+
16+
24+
C 146 10 G 025 2002
C 146 10 A
Male inserts
C 146 10 B
Female inserts
C 146 10 B
Female inserts (without contacts)
REF.
C 146 10 B 025 0002
VN 02
Socket contacts
REF.
a
C 146 10 A 010 1021
C 146 10 A 016 1021
C 146 10 A 024 1021
b
57
64
77,5 84,5
104 111
c
Cont.
REF.
34
34
34
10+
16+
24+
C 146 10 B 010 1021
C 146 10 B 016 1021
C 146 10 B 024 1021
Identification
Hoods top entry (no view)
Thermocouple cables (no view)
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a
a
b
57
64
77.5 84,5
104 111
b
47
73
47
73
62
119,5
16 poles 0,5 mm2 (Fe Co)
24 poles 0,5 mm2 (Fe Co)
c
Cont.
REF.
34
34
34
10+
16+
24+
VN 02
c
Cont.
REF.
43
43
43
10+
16+
24+
C 146 10 G 010 2061
C 146 10 G 016 2061
C 146 10 G 024 2061
Oe 16 - 0,5 Fe-Co....m
Oe 24 - 0,5 Fe-Co....m
Smart Series® Main Frames
Spare
Parts
Power accessories
PIC - PICH
Mold power input connectors
MPC - MPCH
Mold power cables
MPC-24-4,5-G
To mold REF.
REF.
Amp.
PIC- 24-G
PICH-23-G
PICH -5-G
15
30
30
Spare parts for PIC-24-G
To frame
Amp.
Cable
Conversion cable
Cable lengths
Male
REF.
MPC- 24-4,5-G
MPCH-23-4,5-G
MPCH- 5-4,5-G
15
30
30
4,5 m
4,5 m
4,5 m
MPC-2524
MPC-2425
0,5 m
0,5 m
24
25
Female
25
24
Spare parts for MPC-24-4,5-G
C 146 10 F
Housing bulkhead mountings
C 146 10 G
Hoods end entry
C 146 10 G
Hoods top entry
REF.
REF.
REF.
C 146 10 F BA 24 P
C 146 10 G HL 24 P
C 146 10 G 025 2002
C 146 10 A
Male inserts (without contacts)
C 146 10 B
Female inserts (without contacts)
C 146 10 A
Male inserts (without contacts)
REF.
REF.
REF.
C 146 10 A 2416
C 146 10 B 2416
C 146 10 A 025 0002
VN 01
Pin contacts
Socket contacts
VN 02
VN 01
Pin contacts
REF.
REF.
REF.
VN 01 - 2416
VN 02 - 2416
VN 01
Power Cables (1,5 mm2, 25 poles) without view
REF.
Oe-25-1,5.... m
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Smart Series® Main Frames
Spare
Parts
Mounting boxes
PTCX
Terminal mounting boxes for power and
thermocouple connectors
PICX
Terminal mounting boxes for power and
thermocouple connectors
PIC-24
80
a
b c*
70 55*
PIC-24
x*
y
*Distance of mounting screws
on the mold with M5 X 15
145*
160
MTG-G
*Distance of mounting screws
on the mold with M5 X 15
REF.
a
b
c
x
y
Installation
possibilities for
REF.
Installation possibilities for
PTCX- 5 K
PTCX- 8 K
PTCX- 12 K
70
70
55
243
258
PIC-24-G/MTC- 5-G
PIC-24-G/MTC- 8-G
PIC-24-G/MTC-12-G
PTCX-24- 5 K
PTCX-24- 8 K
PTCX-24-12 K
PIC-24-G/MTC- 5-G
PIC-24-G/MTC- 8-G
PIC-24-G/MTC-12-G
Pocket for thermocouple connectors MTC-...-G
Pocket for mold power input connectors PIC-24-G
106*
103
25
90
32
106
25
122
R
12
,5
MTC-12-G
83
41,5
65
32,5
51
102
103
51,5
85
42,5
61
122
130
65
12
56
74,5
149
Note: Drawing depicts
below flush mounting.
For surface mounting,
disregard dimensions
marked with*.
40
For connector
MTC-8-G
40
5
FMTC-5-G
A
B
C
D
E
F
32
min.
x1
35
2,5
R1
M4
17.5
Dimensions
.5
35
E*
R12
40
A
C
F*
D
B
16
Note: Drawing
depicts below
flush mounting.
For surface
mounting,
disregard
dimensions
marked with*.
50*
5
2.
R1
PICH
Terminal mounting boxes for power and
thermocouple connectors
PTC
Terminal mounting boxes for power and
thermocouple connectors
Only for U.K.
a
b c
MTC-5-G
x
y
PICH
*Distance of mounting screws
on the mold with M5 X 15
REF.
a
b
c
x
y
Accepts
REF.
a
b
c
x
y
Installation
possibilities for
PICH- 23-TB-G
PICH- 5-TB-G
108
113
82
251
265
267
281
PICH- 23-G/MTC-5-G
PICH- 5-G/MTC-5-G
PTC- 5-TB-G
PTC- 8-TB-G
PTC-12-TB-G
105
60
38
205
225
253
220
240
265
PIC- 5-G/MTC- 5-G
PIC- 8-G/MTC- 8-G
PIC-12-G/MTC-12-G
Spare parts main frames
Spare parts main frames
ABC
Fuses for SSMX, CSS and DSS modules
REF.
Amp.
ABC- 1
ABC- 5
ABC-10
ABC-15
ABC-30
1
5
10
15
30
D-M-E Temperature controllers
10
MFBP
Blank panels
REF.
MFBP-10-G
MFBP-30-G
Smart Series® Main Frames
Spare
Parts
Assembly tools
FG
Removal tools for pin contacts VN-01 and socket contacts VN-02
FGN 2416
For VN01 2416/VN02 2416
Rear insertion
Contact to snap in audibly
Check longitudinal clearance of 0,2 mm
Front contact
Male contact
FG 0300-146
For VN01/VN02
REF.
REF.
FG 0300-146
FGN 2416
950
Crimp tools
HWCC
Crimp connectors
REF.
For
REF.
950 001.4
HWCC-1
HWCC-1 (Cool-One)
HWCC-2 (Cool-One)
HWCC-5 (Hot-One)
FA
Contact crimp tools
FAN
Contact crimp tools
REF.
For
REF.
For
FA 0100-164
VN 01
VN 02
FAN 2416
VN 01 2416
VN 02 2416
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Smart Series® Microprocessor-Based T° Control Modules
Microprocessor-Based
T° Control Modules - CSS
with Digital Display and Communication facilities
Benefits
- Fully self-tuning, microprocessor-based PID control
- Selective Cycle® power drive for reliable and precise control
- Zero crossing triac triggering for minimum RFI
- Patented, closed loop low voltage Smart Start® to
prolong heater life
- Process temperature readout operational even in
manual mode as long as thermocouple is intact
- Automatic T/C break protection and cold junction
compensation
- High impedance potentiometric input allows long
distance T/C wiring
- 100 % solid state circuitry, no mechanical relays
- Completely self contained, no external output devices or power supplies required
- Fast acting fuses, or circuit breaker in the CSS30-02, are provided on both sides of the AC line
- Plug in design for module interchangeability
Features
The CSS Communications Smart Series® module provides
the molder with the first fully comprehensive temperature
control module. This microprocessor-based unit incorporates the most complete list of control features while providing full communications capability with the TAS-05-02
(Temperature Alarm Standby Heat, see page 27 & 28).
The CSS module also provides the highest level of performance as a stand-alone module. When operating independently the CSS offers these features : A multi-function display, advanced diagnostics, improved control and
a new patented interactive Smart Start®. A setpoint memory feature also allows the user to power up the module with the same setpoint as the day before.
The advanced diagnostics will automatically alert the user
to fault conditions. This is done by multiplexing one of
the following fault codes with the normal display in three
second intervals : Shorted T/C Shi, Open triac : oPO,
Reversed T/C : bci, Shorted Triac : ShO, Open T/C :
oPi, Ground Fault : GFI, Over and Under temperature
warnings are indicated by flashing LED's directly under
the display.
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CSS-15-02
CSS-30-02
With its unique Smart Start® function, the CSS has the
ability to dry out a heater which may have acquired moisture inside its case. Smart Start® automatically applies
low voltage to the heater after initial start-up. If a ground
leakage is sensed, the module will go into a bake-out
procedure which drives moisture from the heater.
When the Smart Start® bake-out function is in operation,
the unit is monitored for leakage current. If the ground
fault current becomes excessive, the module inhibits output power to the heater and signals a ground fault interrupt. When necessary, the module automatically repeats
the bake-out procedure for a maximum of nine minutes.
If at any time during the bake-out procedure the leakage
current falls within acceptable limits, the module will automatically switch to normal operation.
Smart Series® Microprocessor-Based T° Control Modules
Microprocessor-Based
T° Control Modules - CSS
with Digital Display and Communication facilities
Front
Panel Controls and
Indicators
CSS-15-02 °F/°C
240VAC
3
15 AMPS MAX
SMART
START
4
REMOTE
CONTROL
1
1. Digital LED display :
Indicates setpoint temp. percent power, process temperature, load current, and fault conditions.
2. Temperature deviation indicators :
Show deviation from setpoint.
3. Smart Start® light :
Indicates Smart Start® is on.
4. SPI protocol light :
Indicates control is from a remote computer or molding machine, disabling the user from making front
panel changes to setpoint or auto/manual operation.
2
5
-20
-11
°F
7
10.Temp. light :
Indicates process temperature is on display.
11.Side arrow key :
Auto/manual select. To enable automatic bumpless
transfer, depress side arrow key while simultaneously
turning the power on. When power to the CSS is
turned off then on, Smart Start® will automatically be
reactivated.
12.Auto light :
Auto mode selected.
13.Manual light :
14.F1/F2 lights :
Manual mode selected.
SET PT
AMPS
TEMP
9
10
F1
F2
11
AUTO
MANUAL
12
13
14
15
0
SMART
SERIES
1
D-M-E
CSS-15-02
7. Select/Enter key :
Indicates load current is on display.
+20
+11
6
Decreases the desired setpoint value.
9. Amps light :
SEL
ENT
6. Down arrow key :
Indicates Setpoint is on display. Setpoint has been
changed but not entered if flashing.
+10
+5
°C
Increases the desired setpoint value.
8. Setpoint light :
0°F
0°C
8
16
5. Up arrow key :
Selects either Setpoint (temperature/percent power),
Amps (load current) or Process Temperature. Also allows for immediate entry of setpoint after making a
change. Changes to the setpoint are automatically discarded after 2,5 seconds if this button is not pressed.
-10
-5
CSS-30-02
Note : CSS-30-02 is twice as wide as the above, and
has circuit breaker instead of the items 14 and 15.
Operation
Automatic Mode :
The microprocessor maintains temperature using a closed
loop PID control method. Closed loop means the unit
continuously looks at the process temperature to determine whether or not to adjust the power delivered to the
heater. With PID control, it anticipates the system characteristics to make accurate adjustments and correct for
error.
Automatic Mode :
For open thermocouple or thermocouple failure, open
loop-percent power is used. In manual mode, the microprocessor maintains a power level using an open loop
power control method. Open loop means the process
temperature is not used to determine whether or not adjustments should be made. This enables the user to continue production and override thermocouple wire breaks,
short circuits, or lead reversal until the problem has been
resolved. Manual mode overrides thermocouple break
protection, reversed thermocouple, and any normal modes.
Illuminate when fuse has blown.
15.Power ON/OFF switch
16.°F/°C light :
Illuminates when the °C switch is closed or ON.
Smart Start® :
Smart Start® is automatic on start-up in the auto mode,
and provides the application of low voltage for heater bake-out. Smart Start® is completed upon detecting that the
heater is dried out, to a maximum of nine minutes.
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Smart Series® Microprocessor-Based T° Control Modules
Microprocessor-Based
T° Control Modules - CSS
with Digital Display and Communication facilities
Power-Up :
- Open output overrides SS® and
Auto modes
- Manual control overrides T/C
break, reversed T/C and Auto modes
- The output is inhibited during all
fault conditions in the Auto mode,
(unless automatic bumpless transfer is invoked)
- Remote control overrides local
control
Upon power-up, the unit retains the same set point and
operation mode as when the unit was turned off.
Input Fault :
Thermocouple break protection, and shorted or reversed
thermocouple all override Smart Start® and normal modes.
Output is inhibited, unless automatic bumpless transfer is
selected.
CSS Communications :
The D-M-E CSS module can control temperatures without
any communications module present. The CSS has its
own microprocessor, which tunes the PID control algorithm with parameters designed for the characteristics of
plastics processing. It also has the ability to run diagnostics on the heater, which includes our Smart Start® heater
moisture dry-out routine. The diagnostics also places the
heater output in the safest mode, as well as alerting the
molder to the problem. This module plugs into a D-M-E
Main Frame that has a communication strip installed.
Performance
specifications
Auto and Manual Control :
Time proportioning/Selective Cycle®
Temperature Range :
Ambient to 537°C
Control Accuracy :
+/- 0,5°C dependent on the total
thermal system
Temperature Stability :
+/- 0,5 % of full scale over the ambient range of 0 to 50°C
Calibration Accuracy :
Better than 0,2 % of full scale
Cycle Time :
0,0166 seconds at 60 Hz, 0,020
seconds at 50 Hz
Power Response Time :
0,0083 seconds at 60 Hz, 0,010
seconds at 50 Hz
Reset :
Automatically corrects reset to no
more than 1°C at all settings
Manual Control :
Adjustable from 0-99 %.
Maintains output power to within
1% of setting using the Selective
Cycle® power drive
Advanced Diagnostics Indicators :
LED's and 3-digit, 7-segment display
Smart Start® (SS) :
Variable voltage steps from 0 to
240 volts repeatable over a 9 minute period. Will escape from this
mode if leakage falls below 120 mA
limit. If dry out is not required then
a fast pass check of voltage is implemented over 30 seconds.
SS® Duration :
30 seconds to 9 1/2 minutes
SS Override Temperature :
93°C
Operational Mode Priority :
- Ground fault overrides all modes
- SS® precedes auto mode
- Shorted output overrides SS® and
Auto modes
- T/C break overrides SS® and Auto
modes
- Reversed or shorted T/C overrides SS® and Auto mode
®
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Input
specifications
T/C Sensor :
Type "J" grounded or ungrounded
External T/C Resistance :
High impedance potentiometric input allows long distance T/C wiring
T/C Isolation
Isolated by control circuit power
supply
Cold Junction Compensation :
Automatic, better than 0,01°C/°C
T/C Break Protection :
Automatically inhibits power to heater (unless automatic bumpless
transfer is invoked)
Reversed T/C Protection :
Automatically inhibits power to heater, (unless automatic bumpless
transfer is invoked)
Shorted T/C Protection :
Automatically inhibits power to heater, (unless automatic bumpless
transfer is invoked)
Input Type :
Potentiometric
Input Impedance :
22 Megohms
Input Protection :
Diode clamp, RC filter
Input Amplifier Stability :
0,01°C/°C
Input Dynamic Range :
550°C
Common Mode Rejection Ratio :
Greater than 100 db
Power Supply Rejection Ratio :
Greater than 90 db
Communication Inputs :
Data alliance is optically coupled at
2500 volts isolation
Output
specifications
Voltage/Power Capability :
15 AMP : 240 VAC nominal, single
phase. 120 VAC available, 3600
watts a 240 VAC (1800 watts @
120 VAC)
30 AMP : 240 VAC nominal, single
phase. 120 VAC available, 7200
watts @ 240 VAC (3600 watts @
120 VAC)
Output Drive :
Internal solid state triac, triggered
by zero AC crossing pulses
Overload protection :
15 AMP : Fuses are provided on
both sides of AC line
30 AMP : Fast acting circuit breaker provided on both sides of AC
line
Transient Protection :
dv/dt and transient pulse suppression included
Power Line Isolation :
Optically and transformer isolated
from AC lines, Isolation voltage is
greater than 2500 volts
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Controls
and indicators
Auto/Manual Selection :
Push button switch toggles mode.
LED indicates mode of operation.
Setpoint Control :
Two buttons up and down, one button used to enter setpoint
Range : 0 - 537°C
Resolution : 1°C
Manual (% power) Control :
Two buttons up and down, one button used to enter setpoint Digital
display indication
Range : 0 to 99 %
Power ON/OFF :
16 Amp rocker switch, UL, CSA,
VDE approved. On the CSS-30-02
a 30 Amp circuit breaker that is
also approved.
Process Temp Selection :
One push button with one LED indicator. Selected by select/enter
push button.
Load Current Selection :
One push button with one LED indicator. Selected by select/enter
push button.
Multi-function Display :
(3) 7-segment LED's, 15 mm digital
displays with decimal point used in
load current display.
Alarm characters also display.
Smart Start® Indicator :
LED above display window illuminates.
°F/°C Indicator :
LED illuminates indicating °C mode.
Blown Fuse Indicator :
2 neon indicators.
Shorted T/C :
Digital display (Shi) alternates with
normal display.
Shorted Output (Triac) :
Digital display (Sho) alternates with
normal display.
Open T/C :
Digital display (oPi )alternates with
normal display
Open Output (Triac) :
Digital display (oPO) alternates with
normal display.
Ground Fault :
Digital display (GFi) alternates with
normal display.
SPI Protocol Indicator :
LED above display window illuminates.
Temperature Deviation Indicators:
+/- 11°C Red
+/- 5°C Yellow
+/- 0°C Green
Bumpless transfer
Bumpless transfer is defined as a thermocouple failure
causing the module to automatically switch into manual
percent power mode, if the module has learned the percent power. The CSS requires approximately 2 minutes
of stable temperature control before the bumpless feature
is enabled. To force the module into this mode press the
"AUTO/MAN" key simultaneously while turning the power
on. The display will show "AUt" indicating that automatic
bumpless transfer mode has been selected. This mode
will now be stored in the module’s permanent memory.
To deactivate the bumpless transfer mode repeat the power on procedure while pressing the "AUTO/MAN" key.
This will cause the module to display "inh" in the display,
indicating that the output power will be inhibited upon
thermocouple failure. The user will have to then place
the unit in the manual mode to gain control of the output
power.
Once the Auto mode setpoint is reached, and the controller is placed in the Standby Heat mode (using TAS-05-02,
see page 27 & 28), if a T/C failure occurs, the CSS will
set power level to 3 %, (no output). When the CSS is
released from the Standby Heat mode, the unit will use
the last valid percent power it learned prior to entering
the Standby Heat mode and it will continue to control power in the Manual percent power mode.
If the module has not reached setpoint in the Auto mode,
and the T/C fails, the unit will switch to Manual percent
power mode and continue with the last valid manual percent power stored before the T/C failure occurred, or the
factory setting of 0 %. If the unit is now instructed to
switch to the Standby Heat mode, the unit will set the power level to 0 % (no output). If the module is in Standby
Heat mode and the T/C fails, the CSS will set the power
level to 3 %. Upon release from Standby Heat mode the
unit will use the last valid percent power it learned prior
to entering the Standby Heat mode and it will continue to
control power in the manual percent power mode.
Activating Shi
Shorted input override, Shi, is defined as a condition
when the T/C is shorted and the unit does not detect a
rising temperature that corresponds to the output power
being delivered. If the thermocouple is shorted and the
temperature rise does not change at a rate of more than
17°C in 65 seconds, this is interpreted as a Shorted Input
and the unit will automatically switch to the manual mode
and set the percent power to a previously learned percent
power, if one was learned (with automatic bumpless
transfer). When automatic bumpless transfer is not selected, the output will be inhibited.
If position 2 of dip switch 1, (DS1), on the main circuit
board is in the ON position, this means Shi override is inhibited. If the switch is in the OFF position, this means
the module is in the factory setting or normal operation
mode.
Standby heat
When the D-M-E TAS-05-02 module initiates a Standby
Heat signal, any CSS modules in the Auto mode will immediately set the setpoint temperature to 93°C. The
function is useful for the continuous application of low power to heaters to prevent moisture build-up and initiate
quick start-ups (A communication style Main Frame is required to support this feature).
If a thermocouple failure occurs while in standby heat,
then 3 % power will be output.
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Temperature mode °F/°C
To operate the CSS module in the °F mode, move position 1 of dip switch 1 (DS1) to the OFF position. To operate the CSS module in the °C mode, move position 1 to
the ON position. When the °C mode is selected, the
temperatures displayed will be in °C and the °F/°C LED
on the front panel will be illuminated.
Alarm output
When the D-M-E TAS-05-02 module is installed in the
Main Frame, this CSS output feature will activate the
alarm output feature on the TAS-05-02 module. The TAS
module will produce an audio alarm and provide a relay
contact closure when a temperature alarm occurs. This
feature is disabled upon power-up until the process temperature is within - 12°C of setpoint temperature, or until
an error occurs. It is also disabled when changing to or
from the Standby Heat mode (a communication style
Main Frame is required to support this feature).
Once the setpoint temperature is reached, a deviation of
±17°C will activate the alarm.
If the module has not reached setpoint in the Auto mode,
and the T/C fails, the unit will switch to manual percent
power mode and when standby is engaged, the alarm is
inactive until the process falls to 99°. When leaving
Standby Heat the alarm is inactive until the process is
within +/-17°C of setpoint.
In the manual mode the alarm is inactive except for errors. Errors always cause an alarm. If the unit is in output inhibit mode, the alarm occurs during an error and is
cleared by placing the unit in the manual mode. If the
CSS is in the auto-bumpless mode, the alarm will stay on
even though the unit goes to the manual key. The user
can silence the alarm by pressing the auto/manual key.
When auto-bumpless occurs, the automatic setpoint will
continue to be displayed until the user acknowledges the
alarm condition by pressing the auto/manual key. After
acknowledgement, the manual setpoint is displayed.
When errors are corrected and the unit is back in auto
mode the alarm is inactive until the process reaches
±17°C of setpoint.
Note :
Standard 240V modules are compatible with Main Frames wired for
either 240 VAC three phase or 240
VAC single phase
Fuse requirements :
(2) ABC-15 fuses (2 spare fuses included with module, applies to
CSS-15-02 only)
Circuit breaker :
A special 30 AMP circuit breaker is
used in 30 AMP modules to protect
the module
Diagnostics
The CSS diagnostics automatically alerts the user to a
fault condition.
Shorted thermocouple displays flashing ”Shi” in the
auto mode (output inhibited), or is on steady in the
manual mode.
Troubleshooting : Check for damage to the thermocouple
lead wire. Also, check for bare, twisted or pinched leads.
Excessive distance between heaters and thermocouples
or excessive interaction between neighboring manifold zones may trigger this diagnostic also, as should undersized
heaters or low voltage.
Open thermocouple indicated by ”oPi” flashing while
in the auto mode (output inhibited), or on steady in
the manual mode.
Troubleshooting : Check the thermocouple connections
and wires for broken leads or check for damage to the
sensor.
Reversed thermocouple displays flashing ”bci” while
in the auto mode (output inhibited), or on steady in
the manual mode.
Troubleshooting : Check thermocouple wiring for reversed
leads.
Shorted triac warning is indicated by ”ShO” flashing
while in auto mode.
Troubleshooting : Check triac for short or replace module.
Open output is indicated by ”oPO” flashing while in
auto mode
Electrical
power specifications
Input Voltage :
240/120 VAC +10 % -20 %
Frequency :
50-60 Hz
DC Power Supplies :
Internally generated, regulated and
compensated
Module power usage :
Less than 5 watts, excluding load
Dimensions :
15 AMP : 5 x 18 x 19 cm
30 AMP : 10 x 18 x 19 cm
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Troubleshooting : Check heater wiring for open connections. Check for defective heater. Check for defective
triac (open) device.
Excessive heater current flowing to ground is indicated by ”GFI” flashing in auto mode.
Troubleshooting : Replace damp heater. Check for possible problems with deteriorating wire insulation or moisture
in wire channels.
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Over/Under temperature. The red deviation LED on
the left flashes when the process temperature is below setpoint by 17°C or more. The red deviation LED
on the right flashes when the process temperature is
above setpoint by 17°C or more.
Troubleshooting : Check for : Under temperature : heater
failure, low line voltage, TC problem Over temperature :
output failure, shorted triac, interacting zones.
Calibration
l.
procedure
Insert controller into the calibration jig and turn power
on.
2. Set the simultation temperature to 93° C.
3. Press the CSS "SEL/ENT" key to select "TEMP".
4. Adjust the OFFSET trimpot, R48, to get 93°C on the
display.
5. Set the simulation temperature to 427°C.
6. Adjust the GAIN trimpot, R24 to get 427°C on the display.
12. Thread 1,5 mm2 wire through the current transformer,
T2.
13. Turn power on. Press "SEL/ENT" key to select
"AMPS" display.
Adjust simultation temperature to 427°C then to -18°C.
14. Send 10 Amps through the no. 16 wire. The CSS
should display 10.0 +/- 0.5 Amp. If the displayed
current is too low, reduce R20; if the current is too
high, reduce R19.
15. Turn power off and remove the controller from the calibration fixture.
Communication
connector com-
patibility :
The Communication Connector strip in your Main Frame
communicates to all the other modules in the rack. If the
communications connector in your Main Frame has pins 3
& 4 missing, you must order a new communication strip
from D-M-E to allow the alarm feature in this module to
communicate properly with the TAS-05-02 module. It will
not work without these pins installed.
7. Repeat steps 2 thru 6 until no further trimpot adjustment is needed.
8. Turn power off. Thread a 1,5 mm2 insulated stranded
wire through the GFI transformer, T3.
Notice
pins 3 & 4 are not
Variac
inserted
50 VA
0,5 Ohm AMP. Meter
50 Watt FLUKE 8062A
A
220 VAC
220 V
GFI or Current
Transformer
in CSS module
5V
1,5 mm
wire
Communication Connector
9. Turn power on.
not compatible
10. Send a variable AC GFI current through the 1,5 mm2
wire. The CSS should display GFI for a GFI current
within the range of 1.5 Amp +/- 20 % (1.2 - 1.8 A).
See test current setup diagram herewith. If GFI is not
activated, reduce R14; if GFI is activated below 1.2 A,
reduce R15.
11. Turn power off.
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Smart Series® Microprocessor-Based T° Control Modules
Microprocessor-Based
Auto PID tuning, Dual Indicating T° Control
Module DSS
Benefits
- Fully auto-tuning : Fuzzy logic, microprocessorbased PID control.
- Dual Display : Upper display shows process temperature while lower display shows desired setpoint temperature.
- Smart Start® : Safely bakes out damaging internal
heater moisture.
- 100 % Power Option : Breaks through cavity gate
freeze off.
- EMI Resistant : Stable/reliable operation.
- Auto/Manual Indicator : Flexibility in control modes.
- Input Fault Indication : Alerts operator to a problem and takes corrective action.
- Bumpless Transfer : Minimizes setpoint
adjustment when switching to manual mode.
- Standby Heat : Applies a low temperature setpoint
to heaters to prevent moisture build-up, and material degradation.
- Temperature Alarm : Sends a signal to a D-M-E
TAS-05-02 module which produces an audio/visual
alarm and provides a relay contact.
DSS-15-02
DSS-30-02
Features
The DSS is a Smart Series®, dual indicating temperature
control module. This microprocessor-based control module
is designed to maintain the desired setpoint temperature
even under the most adverse processing variables. The
unit incorporates features common to both the SSM and
the CSS controls, such as heater bake out, input failure
alarms, auto or manual operation, and solid state outputs.
Other features include 100 % power switch, bumpless
transfer, and enhanced noise immunity.
The DSS module is designed to survive the elements that
degrade control performance. Specialized circuitry is used
to guard against electrical noise and static discharge.
Fuzzy logic is used to prevent setpoint overshoot on startup and over and undershoots when changing setpoint.
Front
Panel Controls and
Indicators
1. Smart Start® Light :
Indicates Smart Start® is on.
2. Process Temperature Display :
Shows process temperature and error codes.
3. Temperature Deviation Indicators :
Displays the magnitude of process temperature deviation from setpoint.
4. Set Point Display :
The auto and manual set points are displayed here.
5. Auto/Manual Switch :
Selects automatic closed loop (temperature setpoint)
or manual (% power) open loop control modes.
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Module DSS
6. Auto Light : Auto mode is selected.
7. Manual Light : Manual mode is selected.
8. 100 % Power Switch :
Initiates 100 % power output. Time out is jumper
selectable.
9. 100 % Power Light :
Indicates control is in 100 % power mode.
10.Up Arrow : Increases desired set point value.
11.Down Arrow : Decreases desired setpoint value.
12.F1/F2 Lights :
Illuminated when fuse has blown (15 Amp unit only).
13.Power On/Off Switch: (Circuit breaker
used on DSS-30 unit)
DSS-15-02 °F/°C
240VAC
15 AMPS MAX
1
SMART START
PROCESS TEMP
2
3
-20
-11
-10
-5
0°F
0°C
+10
+5
+20
+11
SETPOINT
5
4
6
8
AUTO
MAN
10
7
100%
PWR
11
F1
9
F2
12
0
SMART
SERIES
1
13
D-M-E
DSS-15-02
DSS-30-02
Note : DSS-30-02 is twice as wide as above,and has a
circuit breaker instead of items 12 & 13.
Operation
Automatic Mode :
The microprocessor maintains temperature using a closed
loop PID control method. Closed loop means the unit
continuously looks at the process temperature to determine whether or not to adjust the power delivered to the
heater. With PID control, it anticipates the system characteristics to make accurate adjustments and correct for
errors. "Fuzzy logic" is used to minimize overshoots and
undershoots of setpoint.
Auto-Tuning :
Auto-tuning PID parameters are automatically indicated
after power up, or when the setpoint is changed by greater than 38°C .
Auto-tuning begins when the process temperatures is at
80 % of setpoint. During auto-tuning the heat proportional band is set to 0, and the control goes into the On/Off
mode at 90 % of the established setpoint. Once the control finishes "learning" the system, it returns to a standard
PID control with the heat PID values are automatically set
as a result of auto-tuning.
Bumpless Transfer :
While in the auto mode and within - 15°C of setpoint,
the control periodically calculates and records the average
percent power required to keep the process temperature
at setpoint. When the control is switched to manual mode, the last stored percent power becomes the manual
setpoint. The percent power is stored before the fault occurs.
Bumpless Transfer is defined as a thermocouple failure
causing the module to automatically switch into manual
percent power mode, if the module has learned the percent power. To force the module into this mode, press
the "AUTO/MAN" key simultaneously while turning the power on. The upper display will show "AUt" and the lower
display will show "bPL" for 3 seconds indicating that automatic bumpless transfer mode has been selected. This
mode will now be stored in the modules permanent memory. To deactivate the bumpless transfer mode - repeat
the power on procedure while pressing the "AUTO/MAN"
key. This will cause the module to display, "inh" in the
upper display, and "Out" in the lower display, indicating
that the output power will be inhibited upon thermocouple
failure. The user will have to then place the unit in the
manual mode to gain control of the output power.
Once the Automode setpoint is reached, and the controller is placed in the Standby Heat mode ( by using a TAS05-02, see page 27 & 28), if a T/C failure occurs, the
DSS will set power level to 0 %, (no output). When the
DSS is released from the Standby Heat mode, the unit
will use the last valid percent power it learned prior to
entering the Standby Heat mode and it will continue to
control power in the Manual percent power mode.
If the module has reached setpoint in the Auto mode, and
the T/C fails, the unit will switch to Manual percent power
mode and continue controlling power. If the module is
then instructed to switch to the Standby Heat mode, the
unit will set power level to 0 % (no output).
If the module has not reached setpoint in the Auto mode,
and the T/C fails, the unit will switch to Manual percent
power mode and continue with the last valid Manual percent power stored before the T/C failure occurred, or the
factory setting of 0 %. If the unit is now instructed to
switch to the Standby Heat mode, the unit will set the po-
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Module DSS
wer level to 0 %, (no output). If the module is in
Standby Heat mode and the T/C fails, the unit will switch
to Manual mode and will continue controlling power at a
learned by temporary percent power, or 0 % if a value
has not been properly learned while in Standby Heat.
Upon release from Standby Heat mode, the unit will use
the last valid percent power it learned prior to entering
the Standby Heat mode and it will continue to control power in the Manual percent power mode.
Power-up :
Upon power-up, the unit retains the same setpoint and
operation modes as when the unit was turned off. If the
unit is turned off while at 100 % power, upon power-up
it returns to the mode and setpoint retained before switching to 100 % power.
Input Fault :
Thermocouple break protection, and shorted or reversed
thermocouple all override Smart Start® and normal modes.
Output is inhibited, although bumpless transfer may be
used to override, automatically or manually.
Manual Mode :
For open thermocouple or other thermocouple failure,
open loop-percent power is used. In manual mode, the
microprocessor maintains a power level using an open
loop power control method. Open loop means the process temperature is not used to determine whether or not
adjustments should be made. This enables the user to
continue production and override thermocouple wire
breaks, short circuits, or lead reversal until the problem
has been resolved. Manual mode overrides thermocouple
break protection, reversed thermocouple, shorted thermocouple, and any normal modes.
Smart Start® :
Smart Start® is automatic on start-up in the auto mode,
and provides a linear ramp to setpoint for heater bake
out. Smart Start® is complete when five minutes expire
or when setpoint is reached.
100 % Power :
When 100 % PWR is pressed, the output is full on until
the timeout period is complete. Maximum time duration
for 100 % power is determined by the J1 jumper.
Located on the printed circuit board, S = 15 seconds, L =
30 seconds, & INH = inhibit 100 % power. Pressing any
key before timeout returns the unit to its previous mode
and setpoint.
Load type selection :
The type of load is selected by depressing the down arrow key simultaneously while powering the unit on. This
will select a fast or a slow load. A fast load is described
as a mold temperature rise of no less than 2°C in 60 seconds. A slow load is a change of no less than 2°C in
250 seconds. This feature is provided so that a fast or
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slow load can be selected allowing the easy detection of
a shorted thermocouple input. For proper protection of
heaters and the molding system, a fast response should
be selected unless slow temperature rise is expected, as
is the case with manifold or barrel heaters.
Standby Heat :
When the D-M-E TAS-05-02 module initiates a Standby
Heat signal, any DSS module in the auto mode will immediately set the setpoint temperature to 93°C. This function is useful for the continuous application of low power
to heaters to prevent moisture build-up and initiate quick
start-ups. A communication style Main Frame is required
to support this feature.
Temperature mode F/C :
To set the temperature mode in degrees F or C, press
the up arrow key, (increment key), while simultaneously
turning the power on to the unit. The word "dEg" will appear in the upper display and either F or C will appear in
the lower display. To change the mode, turn the power
off for 5 seconds and then turn power back on while
pressing the increment key. The display will then indicate
which mode the unit is in.
Alarm Output :
When the D-M-E TAS-05-02 module is installed in the
D-M-E Main Frame, this DSS output feature will activate
the alarm output feature on the TAS-05-02 module. The
TAS module will produce an audio alarm and provide a
relay contact closure when a temperature alarm occurs.
This feature is disabled upon power-up until the process
temperature is within +/-5°C of setpoint temperature, or
until an error occurs. It is also disabled when changing
to or from the Standby heat mode. Once the setpoint
temperature is reached, a deviation of +/- 17°C will activate the alarm. The process must get within +/- 5°C to
turn the alarm off.
When standby heat is engaged, the alarm is inactive until the process falls to 99°C. When leaving standby heat
the alarm is also inactive until the process is within +/5°C of setpoint. This prevents alarms during ramping.
In the manual mode the alarm is inactive except for errors. Errors always cause an alarm. If the unit is in output inhibit mode, the alarm occurs during an error and is
cleared by auto-bumpless mode, the alarm will stay on
even though the unit goes to the manual mode. The
user can silence the alarm by pressing and holding the
auto/manual key for one second. When errors are corrected and the unit is back in auto mode the alarm is inactive until the process reached +/- 5°C of setpoint.
Performance
specifications
Auto and Manual Control Modes :
High Speed Time proportioning
Selective Cycle®
Temperature Range :
Ambient to 537°C
Control Accuracy :
+/- 0,5°C dependent on the total
thermal system
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Module DSS
Temperature Stability :
Calibration Accuracy :
Power response time :
Manual Control :
Smart Start® :
Maximum Smart Start® Duration :
Smart Start® Override T°
100 % Power :
Operational Priority :
+/- 0,5 % of full scale over the ambient range of 0 to 50°C
Better than 0,2 % of full scale
0,538 seconds
Adjustable from 0 - 100 %, maintains output power within 1 % of
setpoint
Linear voltage ramping
5 minutes
124°C
100 % power to the output
Jumper selectable inhibit, or S = 15
seconds, or L = 30 seconds
Smart Start® precedes auto mode
Thermocouple (T/C) break, reversed
or shorted T/C overrides Smart
Start® and auto modes.
Manual control overrides the auto
mode, T/C breaks, reversed or
shorted thermocouples. Output is
inhibited during all fault conditions,
unless bumpless transfer is selected.
Input
Specifications :
Thermocouple Sensor :
T/C Isolation Resistance :
T/C Isolation :
Cold Junction Compensation :
TC Break, Reversed & Shorted
Protection :
Input Impedance :
Input Amplifier Stability :
Common Mode Rejection Ratio :
Power Supply Rejection Ratio:
Output
Type "J", grounded or ungrounded
Less than 0,17°C/Ohm
Isolated by control circuit power
supply
Automatic, better than 0,015°C/°C
Automatically inhibits power to heater, or invokes bumpless transfer
5.6 Megohms
Greater than 0,01°C/°C
Greater than 120 dB
Greater than 110 dB
Specifications :
Voltage/Power Capability :
Output Drive :
Overload Protection :
Transient Protection :
Power Line Protection :
Controls
240 VAC nominal, single phase,
15 Amp : 3600 watts @ 240 VAC
30 Amp : 7200 watts @ 240 VAC
Internal solid state triac, triggered
by zero AC crossing pulses.
15 Amp : Fuses are provided on
both sides of AC line
30 Amp : Fast acting circuit breaker
dv/dt and transient pulse suppression included
Optically and transformer isolated
from AC lines, isolation voltage
greater than 2500 volts
and Indicators :
Auto/Manual Selection :
Power On/Off :
16 Amp rocker switch. On the DSS-30, a 30 Amp circuit
breaker is used. Both are UL, CSA, VDE approved.
Set Point Adjustment :
Push-button up & down arrow keys.
Set Point Display :
Three 10 mm, seven segment digit display.
Process Display :
Three 14 mm, seven segment digit display. Also displays
alarm codes and flashing "100" for 100 % power operation.
100 % Power Indication :
Red LED adjacent to 100 % power key flashes. Process
display flashes "100".
Auto Indication :
Illuminates green LED adjacent to Auto/Man key.
Manual Indication :
Illuminates yellow LED adjacent to Auto/Man key.
Smart Start® Indication :
Illuminates green LED above the process T° display.
Shorted T/C Indication :
Flashes "Shi" in process display.
Open T/C Indication :
Flashes "oPi" in process display.
Reversed T/C Indication :
Flashes "bci" in process display.
Temperature Deviation Indicators :
Five separate LED's +/- 17°C = flashing red, +/- 11°C =
red, +/-5°C = Yellow, 0°C = green
Blown Fuse Indicators :
Two orange indicators for Fuse 1 (F1) and Fuse 2 (F2)/
(15 Amp unit only).
Electrical
power specifications
Input Voltage :
240/120 + 10 %/-15 %
Frequency :
50/60 Hz
DC Power Supplies :
Internally generated, regulated, and
compensated. Transformer isolated
from AC lines.
Module Power Usage :
Less than 6 watts, excluding load.
Dimensions :
15 Amp : Width 5 cm
Height 18 cm
Depth 19 cm
30 Amp : Width 10 cm
Height 18 cm
Depth 19 cm
Push-button switch with LED indicators adjacent to
switch.
Set Point Adjustment :
Push-button up & down arrow keys.
100 % Power Selection :
Push-button switch with LED indicator adjacent.
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Diagnostics
The DSS diagnostics automatically alerts the user to a
fault condition.
Shorted T/C displays flashing "Shi" alternating with
the process T° every 7 seconds.
Troubleshooting : Check for damage to the thermocouple
lead wire. Also check for bare, twisted or pinched leads.
Excessive distance between the heater and thermocouple
or low watt density may also trigger this diagnostic. Slow
loads such as externally heated manifolds may trigger
this diagnostic when a fast load is selected.
See load type selection section to select a slow load response.
Open T/C indicated by "oPi" flashing while in the auto mode (if output is inhibited), or on steady in the
manual mode.
Troubleshooting : Check the T/C connections and wires
for broken leads or check for damage to the sensor.
2. Insert jumpers in both of the 100 % power timer select positions. The inhibit position does not require a
jumper.
3. Power the unit on. The displays shall read "CAL 0".
4. Set the Millivolt source to 0.00 mv (0°C) and wait five
seconds.
5. Press the decrement key, (down arrow). After approximately 10 seconds the displays shall read "CAL
999".
6. Set the Millivolt source to 29.515 mv (537°C) and wait
five seconds.
7. Press the 'AUTO/MAN" key. After approximately 10
seconds the displays shall read "CAL END".
8. Press the 100 % Power key. The upper display shall
read "999" and the lower display shall read "75".
9. The unit is now calibrated.
10. Reset the unit for °C if necessary (see T° mode F/C).
Reversed T/C. Displays flashing "bci" while in the
auto mode ( if output is inhibited), or on steady in
the manual mode.
Troubleshooting : Check thermocouple wiring for reversed
leads
Over/Under temperature. The red deviation LED on
the left flashes when the process temperature is below setpoint by 17°C or more. The red deviation LED
on the right flashes when the process temperature is
above set point by 17°C or more.
Communication
Connector
Compatibility :
The Communication Connector strip in your Main Frame
communicates to all the other modules in the rack. If the
communications connector in your Main Frame has pins 3
and 4 missing, you must order a new communication strip
from D-M-E allowing the alarm feature in this module to
function properly with the TAS-05-02 module. It will not
work without these pins installed.
Troubleshooting : Under temperature : Check for heater
failure, open wiring or low voltage conditions.
Over temperature : Check for shorted triac, shorts to
other heater leads or interaction with other zones of heat.
Notice
pins 3 & 4 are not
inserted
Calibration
Procedure
Equipment needed :
1. Type ”J” Cold Junction Compensator
2. Precision Millivolt Source.
Test Procedure
1. Connect the cold junction compensator between the
T/C inputs on the DSS and the Millivolt source.
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Communication Connector
not compatible
Smart Series® Microprocessor-Based T° Control Modules
Microprocessor-Based
T° Control Module SSMX
Benefits
- Fully self-tuning, fuzzy logic, microprocessor based PID control.
- High speed time proportioning power drive for reliable and precise control.
- Zero crossing triac triggering for minimum RFI.
- Automatic linear Smart Start® to prolong heater life.
- Process temperature readout operational even in
manual mode as long as T/C is intact.
- Automatic T/C break protection and cold junction
compensation.
- High impedance potentiometric input allows long
distance T/C wiring.
- 100 % solid state circuitry, no mechanical relays.
- Completely self contained, no external output devices or power supplies required.
- Fast acting fuses are provided on both sides of
the AC line.
- Electrically isolated with grounded front panel for
operator safety.
- Plug in design for module interchangeability.
- Compatible with all Smart Series Main Frames.
SSMX-15-G
SSMX-30-G
Features
The Smart Series module combines today's electronics
with D-M-E's keen sense for human engineering, making
it the most user friendly controller on today's market.
From its versatile, easy to read multi-function digital readout to its unique Smart Start® heater dry out circuitry, it is
indeed a module that is not only productive but instructive.
During start-up, the module's microprocessor analyzes all
initial conditions and computes the amount of power required to uniformly raise the heater temperature from ambient to setpoint. After the start-up function, Smart Start®
procedure automatically kicks in. This procedure uses
predetermined power output levels to safely dry out any
heater moisture, thereby prolonging heater life. When
Smart Start® ends, the heater advances to setpoint and
normal automatic operation takes over.
The multi-function digital readout displays setpoint temperature (auto mode) or percentage of power (manual mode), and can provide a readout of actual process temperature at the touch of a button. Diagnostics faults for
open, reversed or shorted thermocouple are also displayed digitally, and the module automatically inhibits power
to the heater load unit until such faults are corrected.
The modules LED display indicators (located at the top
right of each digit) show the mode of operation and serve
to indicate when the readout is displaying process temperature or percentage of power. The power to heater load
LED doubles as a Smart Start® indicator by blinking during Smart Start®. Five separate color-coded LED's located under the display, indicate temperature deviation and
over/under temperature conditions at a glance.
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Smart Series® Microprocessor-Based T° Control Modules
Microprocessor-Based
T° Control Module SSMX
Front
6. Power ON/OFF Switch :
Panel Controls and
Indicators
1. Digital LED Multi-Function Display &
Display Mode Indicators (located in the
Control AC power to module. 16 Amp rocker switch,
UL, CSA, VDE approved. SSMX-30-G has a high
speed circuit breaker instead, UL, VDE, CSA approved.
display at the top right of each digit):
(3) 7-segments LED's, 12 mm digital display, indicate
the conditions shown above, and displays either process temperature, setpoint temperature (auto),or %
power (manual) and advanced diagnostics. Load
LED indicates that power is being supplied to the heater (blinks during Smart Start®).
SSMX-15G °F/°C
240VAC 15 AMPS MAX
SMART START
PROCESS MANUAL LOAD
TEMP
%
Manual Control Indicator : LED in display window
illuminates
Process Temp. Indicator : LED in display window
illuminates
Shorted T/C Indicator :
Digital display (Sho) alternates with normal display
Open T/C Indicator :
Digital display (oPE) alternates with normal display
Reversed (Backward) T/C Digital display (bAC) alIndicator :
ternates with normal display
1
2
-20
-11
-10
-5
0°F
0°C
+10
+5
+20
+11
3
PROCESS
TEMP
SETPOINT
4
MANUAL
AUTO
5
2. Temperature Deviation Lights :
Indicate amount of deviation from setpoint temperature. Outer lights blink when extreme over or under
temperature conditions exist.
Temperature Deviation
Indicators :
+/+/+/+/-
17°C
11°C
5°C
0°C
=
=
=
=
0
SMART
SERIES
Flashes Red
Red
Yellow
Green
6
D-M-E
SSMX-15-G
SSMX-30-G
3. View Process Temp Button :
Depress to show process temp. on display. Release
to return display to setpoint (in auto mode) or % power (in manual mode).
1
Note : SSMX-30-G is twice as wide as above ; has circuit breaker instead of Power ON/OFF switch.
4. Setpoint/ % Power Adjustment Knob :
Precision 10 turn potentiometer adjusts setpoint (auto) or % power (manual)
Auto (Setpoint) Control :
Precision 10 turn potentiometer.
Range : 0 to 537°C
Resolution 1°C
Manual (% Power) Control : Precision 10 turn potentiometer Digital display indication
Range : 0 to 99 %
Resolution : 1 %
5. Auto/Manual Switch :
Toggle switch, selects automatic (setpoint temp.) or
manual (% power) control mode.
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Operation
Automatic Mode :
The microprocessor maintains temperature using a closed
loop PID control method. Closed loop means the unit
continuously looks at the process temperature to determine whether or not to adjust the power delivered to the
heater. With PID control, it anticipates the system characteristics to make accurate adjustments and correct for
errors. "Fuzzy logic" is used to minimize overshoot on
start up and to prevent over and undershoots when changing setpoints.
Smart Series® Microprocessor-Based T° Control Modules
Microprocessor-Based
T° Control Modules SSMX
Manual Mode :
For open thermocouple or thermocouple failure, open
loop-percent power is used. In manual mode, the microprocessor maintains a power level using an open loop
power control method. Open loop means the process
temperature is not used to determine whether or not adjustments should be made. This enables the user to continue production and override thermocouple wire breaks,
short circuits, or lead reversal until the problem has been
resolved.
Manual mode overrides thermocouple break protection,
reversed thermocouple, and any normal automatic mode.
Smart Start :
Input
Specifications :
Thermocouple (T/C) Sensor :
Type "J", grounded or ungrounded
External T/C Resistance :
High impedance potentiometric input allows long distance T/C wiring
T/C Isolation :
Isolated by control circuit power
supply.
Cold Junction Compensation :
Automatic, better than 0,01°C/°C
T/C Break Protection :
Automatically inhibits power to heater in automatic mode
Reversed T/C Protection :
Automatically inhibits power to heater in automatic mode
Shorted T/C Protection :
Automatically inhibits power to heater in automatic mode
Input Type :
Potentiometric
Input Impedance :
22 Megohms
Input Protection :
Diode clamp, RC filter
Input Amplifier Stability :
0,01°C/°C
Input Dynamic Range:
550°C
Common Mode Rejection Ratio:
Greater than 100 db
Power Supply Rejection Ratio :
Greater than 90 db
®
Smart Start® is automatic on start-up in the auto mode,
and provides a linear ramp to setpoint for heater bake
out. Smart Start® is complete when four minutes thirty
seconds expire or when setpoint is reached, or when
temperature exceeds 93°C
Power-up :
Upon power-up, the unit retains the same setpoint and
operation mode as when the unit was turned off.
Input Fault :
Thermocouple break protection, and shorted or reversed
thermocouple all override Smart Start® and normal modes.
Output is inhibited.
Performance
Specifications
Output
Specifications :
Voltage/Power Capability :
15 Amp : 240 VAC nominal, single
phase, 3600 Watt @ 240 VAC
30 Amp : 240 VAC nominal, single
phase, 7200 Watts @ 240 VAC
Output Drive :
Internal solid state triac, triggered
by zero AC crossing pulses
Overload Protection :
15 Amp : Fuses are provided on
both sides of AC line
30 Amp : Fast acting circuit breaker
Auto and Manual control modes:
Time proportioning
Temperature Range :
Ambient to 537°C
Control Accuracy :
0,5°C dependent on the total thermal system
Transient Protection :
dv/dt and transient pulse suppression included
Temperature Stability
+/- 0,5 % of full scale over the
ambient range of 0 to 50° C
Power Line Isolation :
Calibration Accuracy :
Better than 0,2 % of full scale
Optically and transformer isolated
from AC lines. Isolation voltage is
greater than 2500 Volts
Cycle Time :
0,33 seconds
Power Response Time :
Less than 0,13 seconds
Reset :
Automatically corrects reset to no
more than +/- 1°C at all settings
Manual Control :
Adjustable from 0-99%.
Maintains output power to within
1 % of setting
Advanced Diagnostics Indicators :
LED's and 3-digit, 7-segment display
Input Voltage :
240 VAC + 10 %
Smart Start® (SS) :
Linear ramp from initial temperature
to setpoint
Frequency :
50/60 Hz
SS® Duration :
4 1/2 minutes
DC Power Supplies :
SS Override Temperature:
93°C
Internally generated, regulated and
compensated
Operational Mode Priority :
SS® precedes auto mode.
Thermocouple break overrides SS®
and Auto modes.
Reversed or shorted T/C overrides
SS® and Auto modes. Manual control overrides T/C break, reversed
T/C and Auto mode.
The output is inhibited during all
fault conditions in automatic mode.
Module Power Usage :
Less than 5 Watts, excluding load.
Dimensions :
15 Amp : 5,08 x 17,78 x 19,05 cm
30 Amp : 10.06 x 17,78 x 19,05cm
Fuse Requirements :
(2) ABC-15 fuses for SSMX-15-G
Note :
Standard modules are compatible
with Main Frames wired for either
240 VAC three phase (standard or
240 VAC single phase).
®
Electrical
Power Specifications
- 20 %
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Smart Series® Microprocessor-Based T° Control Modules
Microprocessor-Based
T° Control Modules SSMX
Diagnostics
5. Adjust the SLOPE (GAIN) trimpot, R17, to read 427°C
on the display.
The SSMX diagnostics automatically alerts the user to a
fault condition.
Shorted T/C displays flashing ”Sho” in the auto mode
(output inhibited), or is on steady in the manual mode
when reading process temperature.
6. Repeat steps 2 thru 5 until no further trimpot adjustment is needed.
7. Turn power off and remove from calibration fixture.
Troubleshooting : Check for damage to the thermocouple
lead wire. Also, check for bare, twisted or pinched leads,
or excessive distance between the heater and thermocouple.
Open T/C indicated by ”oPE” flashing while in the auto mode (output inhibited), or on steady in the manual mode when reading process temperature.
Troubleshooting : Check the thermocouple connections
and wires for broken leads or check for damage to the
sensor.
Reversed T/C displays flashing ”bAC” while in the auto mode (output inhibited), or on steady in the manual mode when reading process temperature.
Communication
connector
compatibility :
The Communication Connector strip in your Main Frame
communicates to all the other modules in the rack. If the
communications connector in your Main Frame has pins 3
and 4 missing, you must order a new communication strip
from D-M-E allowing the alarm feature in this module to
function properly with the TAS-05-02 module. It will not
work without these pins installed.
Troubleshooting : Check T/C wiring for reversed leads.
Over/Under temperature. The red deviation LED on
the left, flashes when the process temperature is below setpoint by 17°C or more. The red deviation LED
on the right flashes when the process temperature is
above setpoint by 17°C or more.
Notice
pins 3 & 4 are not
inserted
Troubleshooting : Check for : Under temperature ; heater
failure, low line voltage, T/C problem.
Over temperature ; output failure, shorted triac, interacting
zones.
Communication Connector
not compatible
Calibration
procedure
1. Insert controller into the calibration jig and turn power
on.
2. Set the simulation temperature to 93°C.
3. Adjust the OFFSET trimpot, R13, to read 92°C on the
display.
4. Set the simulation temperature to 427°C.
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Smart Series® Microprocessor-Based T° Control Modules
Temperature
Alarm/Standby Heat Module TAS
Benefits
- Simple to use - requires no special training
- It can set up to 63 DSS or CSS modules in
Standby Heat mode.
- It can receive a temperature alarm signal
from up to 63 SSMX, DSS or CSS modules
in a D-M-E Main Frame
- Provides the user with a relay contact when a
temperature alarm condition exists.
Features
This new Temperature Alarm and Standby Heat module
offers exciting avenues to D-M-E customers. With the
new Standby Heat function a machine operator can set
the unit in Standby Heat mode, close up shop for the
night, and return the next morning to find the machine
ready to go without waiting for the machine to warm up.
With the built in Temperature Alarm function, the unit can
alert an operator to an over or under temperature condition. This alarm is visual and can be made audible with
the flick of a switch. This module also offers a pair of relay contacts, through the front panel connector, that close
or open upon temperature alarm condition.
The alarm features incorporated into this new D-M-E module are compatible with SSMX-15-G and SSMX-30-G series temperature control modules, and D-M-E Main
Frames that have a communications strip. The CSS and
DSS temperature controls are also compatible with both
the alarm and Standby heat functions .
Operation :
To activate the Standby Heat mode, simply flip the
Standby Heat switch, located just above the pull hand, to
the "1" position. Note that the symbol above the "1"
shows a partially heated heater (Standby Heat). This optically coupled signal will communicate to compatible DSS
and CSS modules and set the temperature of the modules to 93°C.
The Temperature Alarm is optically coupled to compatible
SSMX and compatible DSS and CSS modules. When an
SSMX module reaches an alarm temperature condition
the TAS module will alert the user with a lamp indicator
on the front panel, open/close a relay contact, and if
enabled, alarm the user with a sound emitting device.
Note the symbol above the "Alarm" switch, it looks like a
speaker. In the "1" position the audible device is enabled. In the "0" position the audible device is disabled.
This does not affect the relay contacts.
TAS-05-02
Front
Panel Controls and
Indicators
1. Power-on Indicator :
LED is illuminated when power is applied to module
2. Audio Alarm :
Device emits loud sound when switch (6) is placed in
the "1" position and a temperature alarm condition is
sent by a compatible module.
3. Alarm Indicator :
LED is illuminated when a temperature alarm condition is sent by a compatible module.
4. Standby Heat Indicator :
LED is illuminated when the Standby Heat switch (8)
is placed in the "1" position.
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Smart Series® Microprocessor-Based T° Control Modules
Temperature
Alarm/Standby Heat Module TAS
5. Power ON/OFF Switch :
Overload Protection :
Controls AC power to module. 16 Amp rocker switch,
UL, CSA, VDE approved.
Fuses are provided on both sides
of AC line
dv/dt and transient pulse suppression included
Optically and transformer isolated
from AC lines, Isolation voltage is
greater than 2500 Volts
Transient Protection :
Power Line Isolation :
6. Alarm Switch :
This switch turns the audio alarm (2) ON or OFF.
7. Alarm Relay Connector :
Provides the user one 5 Amp normally open contact,
and one 5 Amp normally closed contact for temperature alarm conditions.
Note : D-M-E provides the mating connector for
this relay output.
8. Standby Heat Switch :
This switch controls the signal that turns on the
Standby Heat mode in the modules. When it is in
the "1" position the Standby Heat mode is selected.
TAS-05-02
240 VAC NOM 1O
1
POWER
2
Output
Specifications
Relay Contacts :
Electrical
One form C (one normally open
and one normally closed) relay contact rated to 5 Amps, 240 VAC
Power Specifications
Input Voltage :
Frequency :
DC Power Supplies :
240 VAC + 10 % -20 %
50/60 Hz
Internally generated, regulated and
compensated
Less than 5 Watts
(2) ABC-1 fuses
5 x 18 x 19 cm
Standard (240 VAC) modules are
compatible with Main Frames wired
for either 240 VAC three phase
(standard or 240 VAC single phase).
Module power usage :
Fuse requirements :
Dimensions :
Note :
6
ALARM
0
1
3
5 Amp
1
2
7
5 Amp
3
8
4
0
1
STANDBY HEAT
Communication
Connector
Compatibility
The Communication Connector strip in your Main Frame
communicates to all the other modules in the rack. If the
communications connector in your Main Frame has pins 3
and 4 missing, you must order a new communication strip
from D-M-E allowing the alarm feature in this module to
function properly with the TAS-05-02 module. It will not
work without these pins installed.
4
Notice
pins 3 & 4 are not
0
SMART
SERIES
1
inserted
5
D-M-E
TAS-05-02
Performance
Specifications
Advanced Diagnostic Indicator :
Relay Contacts :
LED's and audible device
One normally open contact, one
normally closed contact. Contacts
rated at 5 Amps
Communication Connector
not compatible
Remarks :
Input
Specifications
Alarm Temperature Input :
Voltage/Power Capability :
5 VDC required to activate temperature alarm
240 VAC nominal, single phase.
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Tas module compatibility :
Alarm and Standby Heat functions : CSS-15-02/CSS-30-02
DSS-15-02/DSS-30-02
Alarm function only :
SSMX-15 G/SSMX-30 G
Smart Series® Microprocessor-Based T° Control Modules
Digital
Current/Voltage Monitor CVK
Features
Front
:
Streamlined design for improved performance.
The Current/Voltage Monitor is simple to operate and features a large easy-to-read digital display. Ease of operation has been enhanced by streamlining the unit and eliminating unnecessary switches and controls. When setting the selector switch to the desired zone number the
"Amps" function is automatically selected and the meter
will then display the amount of current being delivered by
the module. Input voltage to the system can be measured by rotating the selector switch to one of the three
phase "Voltage" positions. This will automatically set the
meter in the "Voltage" function which enables it to display
the voltage of the selected phase.
Panel Controls and
Indicators
1. Circuit Breaker/Disconnect :
Applies or removes power to all modules in the frame
2. Power ON Light (amber) :
Illuminates when Main Switch or Breaker is in the
ON position.
3. AMPS/VOLTS Meter:
Digital multi-scale meter provides accurate readings
of zone current (Amps) or input voltage (Volts).
4. AMPS/VOLT Monitor :
Operation
Appears automatically when either AMPS or VOLTS
is selected.
Current supply to each zone
To monitor the current supply to each zone, simply set
the rotary selector switch to the desired module zone
number. The "Amps" function is then automatically selected and is indicated by the letter "A" just to the right of
the numbers in the display window. The meter displays
the current being delivered to the heater load in Amps.
5. Selector Switch :
Multi-position switch automatically selects zone current or phase line voltage to be monitored. For systems with more than 12 zones, additional meter and
selector switch panels are supplied.
Specifications
Voltmeter Range:
190 to 290 VAC
Voltmeter Accuracy :
+/- 3% of reading, 50 to 60 Hz
Maximum Voltmeter input :
400 VAC
Input Voltage :
240 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz
Ammeter Range :
0 to 2, 0 to 30, 0 to 40 Amps
Ammeter Accuracy :
+/- 2% à 0 to 100 %
Duty Cycle, 50-60 Hz
Maximum Ammeter Input:
40 Amps
NOTE :
The Digital Current/Voltage Monitor is a factory installed option which replaces the standard circuit breaker/disconnect, and is supplied when "CV-style" Main Frames are ordered.
REF
CVK
CVK
CVK
CVK
CVK
CVK
5
8
12
2-H
3-H
5-H
For Main Frame
5 zones 15 Amps
8 zones 15 Amps
12 zones 15 Amps
2 zones 30 Amps
3 zones 30 Amps
5 zones 30 Amps
CVK 5
CVK 2-H
CVK 8
CVK 3-H
CVK 12
CVK 5-H
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Smart Series® Single-Zone Temperature Controllers
Smart
Series® Single-Zone Temperature Controllers - ESH
Benefits
- Compact and self-contained
- Provides microprocessor-based PID control
- More accurate than analog, variac or slower time
proportioned systems
- Built-in thermocouple fault diagnostics
- Ideal for use with Hot-Sprue Bushings and
Nozzles
EHS-10-02
Features
This new Smart Series® unit combines today's electronics
with D-M-E's keen sense for human engineering, making
it the most user friendly controller on today's market.
From its versatile, easy to read multi-function digital readout to its unique Smart Start® heater dry out circuitry, it is
indeed a unit that is not only productive but instructive.
During start-up, the unit's microprocessor analyzes all initial conditions and computes the amount of power required to uniformly raise the heater temperature from ambient to setpoint. After this start-up function, the Smart
Start® procedure then uses predetermined power output
levels to safely dry out any heater moisture, thereby prolonging heater life. When Smart Start® ends, the heater
advances to setpoint and normal automatic operation takes over.
The multi-function digital readout displays setpoint temperature (auto mode) or percentage of power (manual mode), and can provide a readout of actual process temperature at the touch of a button. Diagnostics faults for
open, reversed or shorted thermocouple are also displayed digitally, and the unit automatically inhibits power to
the heater load until such faults are corrected.
The units LED display indicators (located at the top right
of each digit) show the mode of operation and serve to
indicate when the readout is displaying process temperature or percentage of power. The power to heater load
LED doubles as a Smart Start® indicator by blinking during Smart Start®. Five separate color-coded LED's located under the display, indicate temperature deviation and
over/under temperature conditions at a glance.
Front
Panel Controls and
Indicators
6
1
1
5
ESH-10-02
240VAC °F/°C
10 AMPS MAX
4
SMART START
PROCESS MANUAL LOAD
TEMP
%
1. Digital LED multi-funtion display &
display mode indicators (located in the
display at the top right of each digit) :
MANUAL
AUTO
PROCESS
TEMP
-20
-11
SMART
SERIES
-10
-5
0°F
0°C
+10
+5
+20
+11
SETPOINT
0
D-M-E
2
3
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(3) 7-segment LED's 12,7 mm digital displays, indicate the conditions shown above, and displays either
process temperature, setpoint temperature (auto) or
% power (manual) and advanced diagnostics. Load
LED indicates that power is being supplied to the
heater (blinks during Smart Start®).
Smart Series® Single-Zone Temperature Controllers
Smart
Series® Single-Zone Temperature Controllers - ESH
Manual Control Indicator: LED in display window illuminates
Operation
Process Temp. Indicator : LED in display window
illuminates
Automatic Mode :
Shorted T/C Indicator : Digital display ”Sho” alternates with normal display
Open TC Indicator : Digital display ”oPE” alternates
with normal display
Reversed (Backward) T/C Indicator : Digital display
”bAC” alternates with normal display
2. Temperature deviation lights :
Indicate amount of deviation from setpoint temperature. Outer lights blink when extreme over or under
temperature conditions +/- 17 °C exist.
Temperature Deviation indicators (5 separate LED's) :
+/- 17°C = Red Flashes
+/- 11°C = Red
+:- 5°C = Yellow
0° C
= Green
The microprocessor maintains temperature using a closed
loop PID control method. Closed loop means the unit
continuously looks at the process temperature to determine whether or not to adjust the power delivered to the
heater. With PID control, it anticipates the system characteristics to make accurate adjustments and correct for
errors. "Fuzzy logic" is used to minimize overshoot on
start ups and to prevent over and undershoots when
changing setpoints.
Manual Mode :
For open thermocouple or thermocouple failure, open
loop-percent power is used. In manual mode, the microprocessor maintains a power level using an open loop
power control method. Open loop means the process
temperature is not used to determine whether or not adjustments should be made. This enables the user to continue production and override thermocouple wire breaks,
short circuits, or lead reversal until the problem has been
resolved. Manual mode overrides thermocouple break
protection, reversed thermocouple, and any normal automatic modes.
3. View process temp. button :
Depress to show process temp. on display. Release
to return display to setpoint (in Auto mode) or % power (in Manual mode).
4. Setpoint / % power adjustment knob :
Precision 10 turn potentiometer adjusts setpoint
(Auto) or % power (Manual).
Auto (Setpoint) Control :
Precision 10 turn potentiometer
Range : 0 to 537°C
Resolution : 1°C
Rear
Panel
1. Mold power / Thermocouple output
connector :
is connected to the mold heater and thermocouple
connections.
Manual (% Power) Control
Precision 10 turn potentiometer
Resolution : 1 %
Range : 0 to 99 %
4
1
+ TC
3
2
-
5
5. Auto/Manual switch :
Toggle switch, selects automatic (setpoint temp.) or
manual (% power mode).
6. Power ON/OFF switch :
Controls AC power to unit, 16 amp rocker switch, UL,
CSA, VDE approved.
240 VAC
2. Power inlet connector :
is connected to the line voltage to operate the unit at
120 or 240 VAC.
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Smart Series® Single-Zone Temperature Controllers
Smart
Series® Single-Zone Temperature Controllers - ESH
Performance
Specifications
Auto and Manual Control :
Modes :
High speed time proportioning
Temperature Range :
Ambient to 537°C
Control Accuracy :
0,5°C dependent on the total thermal system
Temp. Stability :
+/- 0,5% of full scale over the ambient range of 0 to 50°C
Calibration Accuracy :
Better than 0,2% of full scale
Cycle Time :
0,33 seconds
Power Response Time :
Less than 0,13 seconds
Reset :
Automatically corrects reset to no
more than +/- 1°C at all settings
Manual Control :
Adjustable from 0-99%. Maintains
output power to within 1% of setting
Advanced Diagnostics
Indicators :
LEDs and 3-digit, 7-segment display
Smart Start® (SS) :
Linear ramp from initial temp. to
setpoint
SS® Duration :
4 1/2 minutes
SS® Override Temp
93°C
Operational Mode Priority :
SS® precedes auto mode.
T/C break overrides SS® and Auto
modes.
Manual control overrides T/C break,
reversed T/C and Auto modes.
The output is inhibited during all
fault conditions in automatic mode.
Input
Automatically inhibits power to heater in automatic mode
Input Type :
Potentiometric
Input Impedance :
22 Megohms
Input Protection
Diode clamp, RC filter
Input Amplifier Stability :
0,01°C/°C
Input Dynamic Range :
550°C
Common Mode Rejection Ratio :
Greater than 100 dB
Power Supply Rejection Ratio :
Greater than 90 dB
Output
Specifications
Voltage/Power
240 VAC nominal, single phase, 10
Amp
Capability :
Output Drive :
2400 watts @ 240 VAC
Internal solid state triac, triggered
by zero AC crossing pulses.
Overload Protection :
Fuses are provided on both sides
of AC line
Transient Protection :
dv/dt and transient pulse supression
incl.
Power Line Isolation :
Optically and transformer isolated
from AC lines. Isolation voltage is
greater than 2500 vollts.
Specifications
T/C Sensor :
Type "J" grounded or ungrounded
External T/C Resistance:
High impedance potentiometric input allows long distance T/C wiring.
Isolated by control circuit power
supply.
T/C Isolation :
Cold Junction Compensation :
Automatic, better than 0,01°C/°C
T/C Break Protection :
Automatically inhibits power to heater in automatic mode
Reversed T/C Protection :
Automatically inhibits power to heater in automatic mode
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Shorted T/C Protection :
Electrical
Power Specifications
Input Voltage :
240 VAC +10% -20%
Frequency :
50/60 Hz
DC Power supplies
Internally generated, regulated and
compensated.
Power Usage :
Less than 5 watts, excluding load.
Dimensions :
18 x 7 x 22 cm
Smart Series® Single-Zone Temperature Controllers
Smart
Series® Single-Zone Temperature Controllers - ESH
Spare
Parts
ABC
Fuses
C 146 10A
C 146 10F
Male Insert
Housing
C 146 10 G
MCC
Hood top entry
Power &
TC Cable
No view
C 146 10B
Female Insert
No view
REF.
REF.
REF.
REF.
REF.
REF.
ABC-10
C 146 10A 004 0024
C 146 10F 003 0004
C 146 10G 003 2004
MCC-0001*
C 146 10B 004 0024*
* To be ordered separately, rest is included with the Single Zone Temperature Controller.
Two-Zone Main Frames for Temperature Control MFFPRX-2-G
Specifications
Input voltage :
240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Max. Load :
15 A / zone
Dimensions :
L:160 mm, W: 180 mm, H: 190 + 20 mm
Weight :
4 kg
Items included when ordering
2 power-output connectors
2 Thermocouple mini plugs
1 Power-input connector
a MFFPRX-2-G main frame:
PIC-1
TC-P
PN-30
Remarks : modules to be ordered separately
MFFPRX-2-G
Rear
Spare
Panel
Parts
PN-30
Power input
connector
A.C. IN
PIC-2
Power input
connector
TCS-2
Thermocouple
strip
N
L
POWER INPUT =>
PN-30
GROUND
PIC-1
Power output
connector
Zone 1
2
POWER OUTPUT : PIC-1
Nr 1 + 2 -
GS-1
Power input
socket
ABC-15
Fuses
1
3
GROUND :
GD-1
Zone 2
2
NOT USED :
Nr 3
THERMOCOUPLE INPUT : TC-P
Type " J "
Power output
socket
1
3
+_
TC-P
Thermocouple
connector
MFBP
Blank panel
+_
2
1
TYPE " J "
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NOTES
NOTES