Model UP750 Program Controller User`s Manual for

Instruction
Manual
Model UP750
Program Controller
User’s Manual for
Cascade Control
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the UP750 program controller.
■ How to Use the Manuals
Purpose
Manual Title
Description
Setup
1. Installation
Describes the tasks (installation, wiring, and others)
required to make the controller ready for operations.
Basic operation
2. Initial Settings
Program creation
3. Programming
Describes examples of setting PV input types and
control output types. Making settings described herein
and program creation in “3. Programming” allows you to
carry out basic control.
Describes examples of creating basic programs. The
use of the program pattern setup charts included in the
“3.7 Program Pattern Setup Charts” is recommended.
General understand- 3.5 Program Parameter Map
ing of programming 3.6 Lists of Program
operations
Parameter
Operating
4. Operations
procedures
and troubleshooting
Brief operation
6.1 Parameter Map
Function description 6.2 List of Parameters
and setpoint
recording
Contains a parameter map that serves as a guide to
creating programs. Also includes a brief explanation
of the functions of program parameters.
Describes key operation sequences. For operation
control through external contact inputs, see “1.5
Terminal Wiring Diagrams.”
Contains the parameter map used as a guideline for
setting parameters.
Briefly describes the functions of parameters. In addition,
each parameter table has a User Setting column, where
you can record your setpoints when setting them in the
controller.
■ Controllers Applicable to Cascade Control
The specification codes of the UP750 applicable to cascade control are given in the table
below.
UP750-01
UP750-51
■ Regarding This User’s Manual
(1) This manual should be provided to the end user. Keep an extra copy or copies of the
manual in a safe place.
(2) Read this manual carefully to gain a thorough understanding of how to operate this
product before starting operation.
(3) This manual describes the functions of this product. Yokogawa M&C Corporation
(hereinafter simply referred to as Yokogawa) does not guarantee the application of
these functions for any particular purpose.
(4) Under absolutely no circumstances may the contents of this manual, in part or in
whole, be transcribed or copied without permission.
(5) The contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice.
(6) Every effort has been made to ensure that the details of this manual are accurate.
However, should any errors be found or important information be omitted, please
contact your nearest Yokogawa representative or our sales office.
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■ Safety Precautions
The following symbol is indicated on the controller to ensure safe use.
CAUTION
This symbol on the controller indicates that the operator must refer to an explanation in the
instruction manual in order to avoid the risk of injury or death of personnel or damage to the
instrument. The manual describes how the operator should exercise special care to avoid
electric shock or other dangers that may result in injury or loss of life.
The following symbols are used in the hardcopy user’s manuals and in the user’s manual
supplied on the CD-ROM.
NOTE
Indicates that operating the hardware or software in a particular manner may damage it or
result in a system failure.
IMPORTANT
Draws attention to information that is essential for understanding the operation and/or
features of the controller.
■ Regarding Force Majeure
Yokogawa M&C Corporation assumes no liability for any loss or damage, direct or indirect,
caused by the use of or unpredictable defects of the product.
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Model UP750
Program Controller
User’s Manual for Cascade Control
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CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Installation .............................................................................................. 1-1
1.1
Model and Suffix Codes .................................................................................. 1-1
1.2
How to Install ................................................................................................... 1-2
1.3
How to Connect Wires .................................................................................... 1-5
1.4
Hardware Specifications ................................................................................ 1-7
1.5
Terminal Wiring Diagrams ............................................................................ 1-13
Initial Settings ......................................................................................... 2-1
2.1
Names and Functions of Front Panel Parts ................................................... 2-2
2.2
Setting UP mode (Setting First at Power-on) ................................................. 2-3
2.3
Changing UP mode ......................................................................................... 2-4
2.4
Setting Primary and Secondary PV Input Types ........................................... 2-6
2.5
Setting Control Output Type ......................................................................... 2-10
2.6
Initializing Parameters .................................................................................. 2-12
Programming .......................................................................................... 3-1
3.1
Overview of Program Patterns ....................................................................... 3-1
3.2
Example of Program Pattern Setup Charts ................................................... 3-2
3.3
Creating Program Patterns............................................................................. 3-4
3.4
Changing Program Patterns .......................................................................... 3-11
3.5
Program Parameter Map ............................................................................... 3-14
3.6
Lists of Program Parameters ....................................................................... 3-16
3.7
Program Pattern Setup Charts ..................................................................... 3-21
3.8
Explanation of Program Functions .............................................................. 3-24
Operations .............................................................................................. 4-1
4.1
Monitoring-purpose Operating Displays Available during Operation ......... 4-1
4.2
Performing/Canceling Auto-tuning of Secondary-loop ................................ 4-9
4.3
Performing/Canceling Auto-tuning of Primary-loop .................................... 4-11
4.4
Setting PID of Secondary-loop Manually ..................................................... 4-12
4.5
Setting PID of Primary-loop Manually .......................................................... 4-14
4.6
Selecting the Program Pattern Number (PT.No) .......................................... 4-15
4.7
Switching between RUN and RESET Modes ............................................... 4-16
4.8
Switching between Cascade (CAS) and Local (LSP) .................................. 4-17
4.9
Switching between AUTO and MAN of Secondary-loop ............................. 4-18
4.10
Manipulating Control Output during Manual Operation ............................. 4-19
4.11
Enabling/Disabling the Hold Mode of Program Operation ......................... 4-21
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7.
4.12
Changing Program Setpoints when in Hold Mode ...................................... 4-22
4.13
Executing the “Advance” Function ............................................................. 4-23
4.14
Switching to Local-mode (LOCAL) of Primary-loop Operation .................. 4-24
4.15
Changing Setpoints during Local-mode of Primary-loop Operation ......... 4-25
Troubleshooting and Maintenance ........................................................ 5-1
5.1
Troubleshooting .............................................................................................. 5-1
5.2
Maintenance .................................................................................................... 5-5
5.2.1
Cleaning ........................................................................................... 5-5
5.2.2
Replacing Brackets ........................................................................... 5-5
5.2.3
Attaching Terminal Cover .................................................................. 5-5
5.2.4
Replacing Parts with a Limited Service Life ....................................... 5-7
5.2.5
Replacing Control Output Relays ...................................................... 5-8
Parameters .............................................................................................. 6-1
6.1
Parameter Map ................................................................................................ 6-1
6.2
Lists of Parameters ......................................................................................... 6-6
Function Block Diagram and Descriptions............................................ 7-1
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Installation
This chapter describes installation, wiring, and other tasks required to make the
controller ready for operation.
1.1
Model and Suffix Codes
Before using the controller, check that the model and suffix codes match your order.
Model
Suffix Code
-0
-5
Type
Optional functions
Description
Program controller (provided with Custom Computing Function*)
UP750
Single-loop type
Dual-loop type
0
1
None
With communication, auxiliary analog input
Check that the following items are provided:
• Program controller (of ordered model) .................................................... 1
• Brackets (mounting hardware) ............................................................... 1 pair
• Unit label................................................................................................ 1
• User’s Manuals for Single-loop Control .................................................. 7 (A2 size)
• User’s Manual (Reference) (CD-ROM version) ...................................... 1
*
Using an optional custom computation building tool (Model LL200-E10) that runs on a personal computer, you can
build a variety of computations (e.g., four arithmetic operations, logical operations, ten-segment linearizer computations, temperature correction factor computations, and pressure correction factor computations) to be applied to the
controller’s I/O signals.
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How to Install
NOTE
To install the controller, select a location where:
1.
no one may accidentally touch the terminals,
2.
mechanical vibrations are minimal,
3.
corrosive gas is minimal,
4.
temperature can be maintained at about 23C and
the fluctuation is minimal,
5.
no direct radiant heat is present,
6.
no magnetic disturbances are caused,
7.
no wind blows against the terminal board (reference junction compensation element),
8.
no water is splashed,
9.
no flammable materials are around,
150mm
150mm
150mm
150mm
Never place the controller directly on flammable items or equipment.
If the controller has to be installed close to flammable items or equipment, be sure to
provide shielding panels all around the controller, at least 150 mm away from every side;
the panels should be made of either 1.43 mm-thick metal-plated steel plates or 1.6 mmthick uncoated steel plates.
● Installation Position
Install the controller at an angle within 30 from horizontal with the front panel facing
upward. Do not install it facing downward. The position of right and left sides should be
horizontal.
Front panel
of controller
Must not
exceed 30
30
Rear of
controller
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■ External Dimensions and Panel Cutout Dimensions
UP750
Unit: mm
11
96
100
Large bracket
112
96
91.8
PVE1
PVE2
Small bracket
1 to 10 mm (Panel thickness)
General installation
Side-by-side close installation
[(N-1)96+92]
+0.8
0
92
+0.8
0
117 min.
145 min.
(53)
92
“N” stands for the number of controllers to be
installed.
However, the measured value applies if N 5.
+0.8
0
92
+0.8
0
(25)
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■ How to Install
Turn off the power to the controller before installing it on the panel because there is a
possibility of electric shock.
CAUTION
After opening the mounting hole on the panel, follow the procedures below to install the
controller:
1.
Insert the controller into the opening from the front of the panel so that the terminal
board on the rear is at the far side.
2.
Set the brackets in place on the top and bottom of the controller as shown in the figure
below, then tighten the screws of the brackets. Take care not to overtighten them.
Large bracket
Panel
(top mounting hardware)
Terminal board
Direction to insert the
controller
Insert the controller
into the opening at
the front of the panel.
Insert a screwdriver into the
brackets to tighten the screws.
Small bracket
(bottom mounting hardware)
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How to Connect Wires
CAUTION
1)
Before carrying out wiring, turn off the power to the controller and check that the
cables to be connected are not alive with a tester or the like because there is a possibility of electric shock.
2)
Wiring must be carried out by personnel who have basic electrical knowledge and
practical experience.
NOTE
1)
Provide power from a single-phase instrument power supply. If there is a lot of noise in
the power line, insert an insulating transformer into the primary side of the line and use
a line filter (recommended part: ZAC2205-00U from TDK) on the secondary side.
As a countermeasures against noise, do not place the primary and secondary power
cables close to each other.
2)
For thermocouple input, use shielded compensating lead wires for wiring. For RTD
input, use shielded wires that have low conductor resistance and cause no significant
differences in resistance between the three wires.
The cables to be used for wiring, terminal specifications, and recommended parts are
as shown below.
3)
Control output relays may be replaced. However, because they have a life of 100,000
times that of the resistance load, use auxiliary relays to turn on/off a load.
4)
The use of inductance (L) loads such as auxiliary relays, motors and solenoid valves
causes malfunction or relay failure; always insert a CR filter for use with alternating
current or a diode for use with direct current, as a spark-removal surge suppression
circuit, into the line in parallel with the load.
■ For DC Relay Wiring
UP750
■ For AC Relay Wiring
External DC power supply
UP750
External AC power supply
O.C Relay
R
R
UP’s contact
Relay
(Use one with a relay coil
rating less than the UP’s
contact rating.)
Diode
(Mount it directly
to the relay coil
terminal (socket).)
UP’s contact
Relay
(Use one with a relay coil
rating less than the UP’s
contact rating.)
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● Cable Specifications and Recommended Cables
Purpose
Name and Manufacturer
Power supply, grounding, relay contact outputs 600 V PVC insulated wires, JIS C 3307, 0.9 to 2.0 mm2
Thermocouple
Shielded compensating lead wires, JIS C 1610,
(See Yokogawa Electric’s GS 6B1U1-E.)
X-
-
RTD
Shielded wires (three conductors), UL2482 (Hitachi Cable)
Other signals
Shielded wires
-
● Recommended Terminal Lugs
Applicable wire size
0.3 to 1.65 mm
2
Tightening torque
0.8 N·m or less
3.7mm
or
7 mm or less
7 mm or less
3.7mm
● Terminal Covers
Target Model
For UP750
Part Number
T9115YD
Sales Unit
1
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Hardware Specifications
PV Input Signals (Primary PV Input)
• Number of inputs: 1 (terminals
11 - 12 - 13 )
• Input type: Universal input system. The input type can be selected with the software.
• Sampling period: Can be selected from 100, 200 and 500 ms.
• Burnout detection: Functions at TC, RTD, standard signal (0.4 to 2 V or 1 to 5 V)
Upscale, downscale, and off can be specified.
For standard signal, burnout is determined to have occurred if it is 0.1 V or less.
• Input bias current: 0.05 A (for TC or RTD b-terminal)
• Measurement current (RTD): About 0.13 mA
• Input resistance: 1 M or more for thermocouple or mV input
About 1 M for DC voltage input
• Allowable signal source resistance: 250 or less for thermocouple or mV input
Effects of signal source resistance: 0.1 V/ or less
2 k or less for DC voltage input
Effects of signal source resistance: About 0.01%/100 • Allowable wiring resistance: for RTD input
Maximum 150 /wire: Conductor resistance between three wires should be equal
However, 10 /wire for a maximum range of -150.0 to 150.0C.
Wire resistance effect: 0.1C/10 • Allowable input voltage: 10 V DC for thermocouple, mV, or RTD input
20 V DC for DC voltage input
• Noise rejection ratio: 40 dB (50/60 Hz) or more in normal mode
120 dB (50/60 Hz) or more in common mode
• Reference junction compensation error: 1.0C (15 to 35C)
1.5C (0 to 15C, 35 to 50C)
• Applicable standards: JIS, IEC, DIN (ITS-90) for thermocouples and RTD
Auxiliary Analog Input Signals (Secondary PV Input)
Available only for controllers with auxiliary analog input terminals.
• Number of inputs: 1 (terminals
21 - 22 )
• Input type: Settable in a range of 0-2, 0-10, 0.4-2.0, or 1-5 V DC
• Sampling period: 100, 200 and 500 ms
The sampling period of a remote input signal is associated with the PV input’s sampling period.
• Input resistance: About 1 M
• Input accuracy: 0.3% 1 digit of input span for 0 to 2 V DC
0.2% 1 digit of input span for 0 to 10 V DC
0.375% 1 digit of input span for 0.4 to 2.0 V DC
0.3% 1 digit of input span for 1 to 5 V DC
Under standard operating conditions (232C, 5510% RH, power frequency of
50/60 Hz)
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Loop Power Supply
Power is supplied to a two-wire transmitter.
(15 V DC: terminals 14 - 15 )
A resistor (10 to 250 ) connected between the controller and transmitter converts a
current signal into a voltage signal, which is then read via the PV input terminal.
Supply voltage: 14.5 to 18.0 V DC, max. 21 mA (provided with a protection circuit
against a field short-circuit)
Retransmission Output
Either PV, program setpoint, or control output is output.
Either the retransmission output or the loop power supply can be used with terminals
14 - 15 .
• Number of outputs: 1 or 2 (terminals
14 - 15 ,
terminals
16 - 17 )
• Output signal: 4-20, 0-20, 20-4, or 20-0 mA DC (where, outputting signal levels of less
than 0 mA is not feasible)
• Load resistance: 600 or less
• Output accuracy: 0.1% of span (5% of span for 1 mA or less.)
Under standard operating conditions (232C, 5510% RH, power frequency of 50/
60 Hz)
Control Output
Universal output system, The output type can be selected with the software.
• Current output
(Single-loop type: terminals
output: terminals 14 - 15 )
16 - 17 ;
heating-side output: terminals
Number of outputs
1 or 2 (two for heating/cooling type),
switched between a voltage pulse output
and current output.
Output signal
4-20, 0-20, 20-4, or 20-0 mA DC
Load resistance
600 or less
Output accuracy
0.1% of span
(5% of span for 1 mA or less)
Under standard operating conditions (232C,
5510% RH, power frequency of 50/60 Hz)
• Voltage pulse output
(Single-loop type: terminals
output: not select)
Number of
outputs
16 - 17 ,
cooling-side
16 - 17 ; heating-side output: terminals 16 - 17 , cooling-side
1
switched between a voltage pulse output and current output.
Output signal On-voltage = 12 V or more (load resistance: 600 Ω or more)
Off-voltage = 0.1 V DC or less
Resolution
10 ms or 0.1% of output, whichever is larger
• Relay contact output
(Single-loop type: terminals 1 - 2 ing-side output: terminals 4 - 7 )
3
, heating-side output: terminals
Number of outputs
1 or 2 (two for heating/cooling type)
Output signal
Three terminals (NC, NO, and common)
Contact rating
250 V AC or 30 V DC, 3 A (resistance load)
Resolution
10 ms or 0.1% of output, whichever is larger
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Contact Inputs
• Purpose: Program pattern no. selection, and run/reset switching
• Number of inputs: 7
• Input type: Non-voltage contact or transistor open collector input
• Input contact rating: 12 V DC, 10 mA or more
• On/off determination: For non-voltage contact input, contact resistance of 1 k or less
is determined as “on” and contact resistance of 20 k or more as “off.”
For transistor open collector input, input voltage of 2 V or less is determined as “on”
and leakage current must not exceed 100 A when “off.”
• Minimum status detection hold time: PV input’s sampling period 3
Contact Outputs
• Purpose: Event output, FAIL output, and others
• Number of outputs: 7
• Relay contact rating: 240 V AC, 1 A, or 30 V DC, 1 A
• Transistor contact rating: 24 V DC, 50 mA
Display Specifications
• PV display: 5-digit, 7-segment, red LEDs, character height of 20 mm
• Setpoint display: 32128 dot LCD with back lighting
• Status indicating lamps: LEDs
Safety and EMC Standards
• Safety: Compliant with IEC1010-1: 1990 and EN61010-1: 1992
Approved by CSA1010
CSA1010 installation category (overvoltage category) : CATII (IEC1010-1)
Approved by UL508
• EMC standards: This instrument complies with the following EMC standards (the
instrument continues to operate at a measuring accuracy of within 20% of the range
during tests):
-
EMI (emission), EN55011: Class A Group 1
-
EMS (immunity), EN50082-2: 1995
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Construction, Installation, and Wiring
• Construction: Only the front panel is dust-proof and drip-proof (protection class IP55)
For side-by-side close installation the controller loses its dust-proof and drip-proof
protection.
• Material: ABS resin and polycarbonate
• Case color: Black
• Weight: About 1 kg or less
• Dimensions: 96 (W) 96 (H) 100 (depth from panel face) mm
• Installation: Panel-mounting type. With top and bottom mounting hardware (1 each)
• Panel cutout dimensions: 920+0.8 (W) 920+0.8 (H) mm
• Installation position: Up to 30 upward facing (not designed for facing downward)
• Wiring: M3.5 screw terminals (for signal wiring and power/ground wiring as well)
Power Supply Specifications
• Power supply: Rated voltage of 100 to 240 V AC (10%), 50/60 Hz
• Power consumption: Max. 20 VA (8.0 W max.)
• Data backup: Lithium cell with life expectancy of 10 years
• Withstanding voltage
-
Between primary terminals* and secondary terminals**:
At least 1500 V AC for 1 minute (Note)
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Between primary terminals* and grounding terminal:
At least 1500 V AC for 1 minute (Note)
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Between grounding terminal and secondary terminals**:
At least 1500 V AC for 1 minute
-
Between secondary terminals**:
At least 500 V AC for 1 minute
*
Primary terminals indicate power terminals and relay output terminals
**
Secondary terminals indicate analog I/O signal, voltage pulse output, and contact
input terminals
Note: The withstanding voltage is specified as 2300 V AC per minute to provide a margin of safety.
• Insulation resistance: 20 M or more at 500 V DC between power terminals and
grounding terminal
• Grounding: Class 3 grounding (grounding resistance of 100 or less)
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Signal Isolations
• PV input (primary PV input) terminals: Isolated from other input/output terminals. Not
isolated from the internal circuit.
• Auxiliary analog input (secondary PV input) terminals: Isolated from other input/output
terminals and the internal circuit.
• 15 V DC loop power supply terminals: Not isolated from analog current output and
voltage pulse control output. Isolated from other input/output terminals and internal
circuit.
• Analog output terminals (for control output and retransmission): Not isolated between
analog outputs and from 15 V DC loop power supply and voltage pulse control output.
Isolated from other input/output terminals and internal circuit.
• Voltage pulse control output terminals: Not isolated from analog outputs and 15 V DC
loop power supply. Isolated from other input/output terminals and internal circuit.
• Relay contact control output terminals: Isolated between contact output terminals and
from other input/output terminals and internal circuit.
• Contact input terminals: Not isolated between contact input terminals and from communication terminals. Isolated from other input/output terminals and internal circuit.
• Relay contact output terminals: Not isolated between relay contact outputs. Isolated
from other input/output terminals and internal circuit.
• Transistor contact output terminals: Not isolated between transistor contact outputs.
Isolated from other input/output terminals and internal circuit.
• RS-485 communication terminals: Not isolated from contact input terminals. Isolated
from other input/output terminals and internal circuit.
• Power terminals: Isolated from other input/output terminals and internal circuit.
• Grounding terminals: Isolated from other input/output terminals and internal circuit.
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Environmental Conditions
• Normal operating conditions:
Ambient temperature: 0 to 50C (40C or less for side-by-side close installation)
Temperature change rate: 10C/h or less
Ambient humidity: 20 to 90% RH (no condensation allowed)
Magnetic field: 400 A/m or less
Continuous vibration at 5 to 14 Hz: Full amplitude of 1.2 mm or less
Continuous vibration at 14 to 150 Hz: 4.9 m/s2 or less
Short-period vibration: 14.7 m/s2, 15 seconds or less
Shock: 14.7 m/s2 or less, 11 ms
Installation height: Height above sea level of 2000 m or less
Warm-up time: 30 minutes or more after power on
• Transportation and storage conditions:
Temperature: -25 to 70C
Temperature change rate: 20C/h or less
Humidity: 5 to 95% RH (no condensation allowed)
• Effects of changes in operating conditions
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-
Effects from changes in ambient temperature:
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On voltage or thermocouple input, 1 V/C or 0.01% of F.S./C,
whichever is larger
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On auxiliary analog input, 0.02% of F.S./C
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On RTD input, 0.05C/C (ambient temperature) or less
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On analog output, 0.05% of F.S./C or less
Effects from power supply fluctuation (within rated voltage range)
-
On analog input, 1 V/10 V or 0.01% of F.S./10 V, whichever is
larger
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On analog output, 0.05% of F.S./10 V or less
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Terminal Wiring Diagrams
NOTE
Do not use unassigned terminals as relay terminals.
Terminal wiring diagrams are shown on and after the next page.
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■ UP750 Cascade Control (Model UP750-01 or UP750-51)
Communication 1 Communication 2
(PSL1)
(PSL2)
RS-485 communication
communication functions.
24
SDA(-)
25 RDB(+)
Control output
26
RDA(-)
27
SG
Secondary PV input
28 RDB(+)
23 SDB(+)
Primary PV input
* Not configured at factory before shipment
See “2. Initial Settings.”
High performance
* Wiring can only be carried out
RS-485 communication for controllers with
29
RDA(-)
30
SG
Auxiliary analog input
TC input
11 A
21 +
22 -
12 +
Specify in a range of
1-5 V DC, 0-2 V DC,
or 0-10 V DC.
12 +
12 b
NO
COM
2
Contact rating: 250 V AC, 3 A
30 V DC, 3 A (resistance load)
Power supply
Power supply
L
8
CAUTION
Before carrying out wiring, turn off the power
to the controller and check that cables to be
connected are not alive with a tester or the like
because there is a possibility of electric shock.
1
41
31
21
11
2
42
32
22
12
3
43
33
23
13
13 -
4
44
34
24
14
5
45
35
25
15
6
46
36
26
16
7
47
37
27
17
Retransmission output 1*
Control output
Note: Select this option from the OT2 parameter.
* Retransmission output 2 is available
only when “relay” is selected as the
type of control output.
Current/voltage
pulse output
48
38
28
18
49
39
29
19
16 +
10
10
50
40
30
20
17 -
0-20mADC,
4-20mADC
Voltage pulse (12 V)
17 -
Relay
Common
COM 7
UP
* The functions of the external contact outputs are the defaults for cascade control.
To change the functions, reconfigure the contact output registration setup parameters.
15 -
14.5-18.0 V DC
(21 mA DC max.)
* The functions of a contact input can be varied by changing the setting of the contact
input registration parameter.
External contact inputs
Switch between the ON and OFF states of the DI1 to DI4
contact inputs to select from program pattern numbers 1 to 15.
(Select a number during a RESET state.)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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* OT2 is a setup parameter.
You can change the settings of the parameter OT2 to change the control output type.
See “2. Initial Settings.”
Time event 2
output
DO5 33
Time event 3
output
DO6 32
Time event 4
output
DO7 31
OT2=0 (factory-set default)
OT2=1
OT2=2
OT2=3
Common
COM 35
Time proportional control
Relay output
(terminals 1 , 2 and 3 )
Time proportional control
Voltage pulse output
(terminals 16 and 17 )
Current output
(terminals 16 and 17 )
On-off control
Relay output
(terminals 1 , 2 and 3 )
Correspondence between parameters OT2 and control output types
UP
DI1 19
Contact
10 11 12 13 14 15
+5V
Transistor contact
DI1
+5V
DI2
DI1 ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON
DI2 OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON
DI2 18
DI3 OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON
DI3 40
+5V
DI4 39
+5V
DI4 OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
DO4 34
+5V
DI3
DI4
Start of program operation when
DI5 changes from OFF to ON
DI5 38
+5V
Stop of program operation when
DI6 changes from OFF to ON
DI6 37
+5V
Start of cascade operation when DI7=ON
Start of secondary-loop local operation when DI7=OFF
DI7 36
Common
COM 20
DI5
DI6
DI7
19
18
40
39
38
37
36
COM
20
Contact rating: 12 V DC, 10 mA or more
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Relay contact rating: 240 V AC, 1 A
30 V DC, 1 A (resistance load)
Transistor contact rating: 24 V DC, 50 mA
0-20mADC,
4-20mADC
Load resistance: 600 Ω or less
* Retransmission output 1 is not available
if a 15 V DC loop power supply is used.
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Time event 1
output
Default: 4-20 mA DC
14 +
* Factory-set to “PV retransmission.”
4-20 or
0-20 mA DC
15 V DC loop power supply*
Default: 4-20 mA DC
PV event 2 output DO2 5
DO3 4
15 -
16 +
Allowable range: 100-240 V AC (10%)
(free voltage)
50/60 Hz shared
Instrument alarm
1 output
14 +
Retransmission
output 2*
Default: Unspecified
retransmission type
8
PV event 1 output DO1 6
NOTE
Installation category (overvoltage category): II (IEC1010-1)
9
External contact outputs
Note: Connecting a 250 Ω resistor to the terminals is
optional.
Model: X010-250-2 (resistor with M3.5 crimp-on terminal
lugs)
12 +
9
N
13 -
13 B
mV/V input
* Time proportional PID relay contact
output is configured at factory
before shipment.
3
250 Ω 4-20mA
13 -
Default: 1-5 V DC
Note: Select this option from
the OT2 parameter.
1
* When receiving 4-20 mA DC current signals,
set the PV input type to 1-5 V DC (setpoint “41”).
RTD input
Relay contact output
NC
䊏 Receiving 4-20 mA DC Current
Signals with the Controller
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■ UP750 Cascade Heating/Cooling Control (Model UP750-01 or UP750-51)
Communication 1 Communication 2
(PSL1)
(PSL2)
RS-485 communication
communication functions.
24
Change the setting of the control output type (OT1)
parameter to the Heating/Cooling Control.
SDA(-)
Heating-side control output
26
27
SG
29
RDA(-)
30
SG
Auxiliary analog input
21 +
25 RDB(+)
RDA(-)
Secondary PV input
28 RDB(+)
23 SDB(+)
IMPORTANT
Primary PV input
* Not configured at factory before shipment
See “2. Initial Settings.”
High performance
* Wiring can only be carried out
RS-485 communication for controllers with
22 -
TC input
䊏 Receiving 4-20 mA DC Current
Signals with the Controller
* When receiving 4-20 mA DC current signals,
set the PV input type to 1-5 V DC (setpoint “41”).
RTD input
11 A
12 +
12 +
Specify in a range of
1-5 V DC, 0-2 V DC,
or 0-10 V DC.
12 b
250 Ω 4-20mA
13 -
13 -
13 B
Default: 1-5 V DC
mV/V input
Note: Connecting a 250 Ω resistor to the terminals is
optional.
Model: X010-250-2 (resistor with M3.5 crimp-on terminal
lugs)
Relay contact output
NC
1
NO
2
COM
3
Note: Select this option from the
OT2 parameter.
12 +
1
41
31
21
11
2
42
32
22
12
13 -
Contact rating: 250 V AC, 3 A
30 V DC, 3 A (resistance load)
Power supply
Power supply
L
8
N
3
43
33
23
13
4
44
34
24
14
5
45
35
25
15
* Factory-set to “PV retransmission.”
Retransmission output 1* 15 V DC loop power supply*
CAUTION
Before carrying out wiring, turn off the power
to the controller and check that cables to be
connected are not alive with a tester or the like
because there is a possibility of electric shock.
9
10
Heating-side
control output
6
46
36
26
16
7
47
37
27
17
8
48
38
28
18
9
49
39
29
19
16 +
10
50
40
30
20
17 -
Note: Select this option from the OT2 parameter.
* Retransmission output 2 is available
only when “relay” is selected as the
type of control output.
Current/voltage
pulse output
External contact outputs
UP
PV event 1 output DO1 6
0-20mADC,
4-20mADC
Voltage pulse (12 V)
Relay
DO7 31
Common
0-20 mA DC
4-20 mA DC,
voltage pulse (12 V)
* Retransmission output 1 is not available if a
15 V DC loop power supply is used.
* If you define the cooling-side output as
current output, retransmission output 1 and
the 15 V DC loop power supply can no longer
be used.
Switch between the ON and OFF states of the DI1 to DI4
contact inputs to select from program pattern numbers 1 to 15.
(Select a number during a RESET state.)
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
COM 35
Contact
+5V
+5V
10 11 12 13 14 15
DI2
DI2 18
DI3 OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON
DI3 40
+5V
DI4 39
+5V
+5V
DI3
DI4
Start of program operation when
DI5 changes from OFF to ON
DI5 38
+5V
Stop of program operation when
DI6 changes from OFF to ON
DI6 37
+5V
Start of cascade operation when DI7=ON
Start of secondary-loop local operation when DI7=OFF
DI7 36
Common
COM 20
DI5
DI6
DI7
19
18
40
39
38
37
36
COM
20
Contact rating: 12 V DC, 10 mA or more
Correspondence between parameters OT2 and heating-side output types/cooling-side output types
OT2=4 (factory-set default)
OT2=5
OT2=6
OT2=7
OT2=8
OT2=9
OT2=10
OT2=11
OT2=12
Heating side: Relay output
(terminals 1 , 2 and 3 )
Cooling side: Relay output
(terminals 4 and 7 )
Heating side: Voltage pulse output
(terminals 16 and 17 )
Cooling side: Relay output
(terminals 4 and 7 )
Heating side: Current output
(terminals 16 and 17 )
Cooling side: Relay output
(terminals 4 and 7 )
Heating side: Relay output
(terminals 1 , 2 and 3 )
Cooling side: Transistor output
(terminals 34 and 35 )
Heating side: Voltage pulse output
(terminals 16 and 17 )
Cooling side: Transistor output
(terminals 34 and 35 )
Heating side: Current output
(terminals 16 and 17 )
Cooling side: Transistor output
(terminals 34 and 35 )
Heating side: Relay output
(terminals 1 , 2 and 3 )
Cooling side: Current output
(terminals 14 and 15 )
Heating side: Voltage pulse output
(terminals 16 and 17 )
Cooling side: Current output
(terminals 14 and 15 )
Heating side: Current output
(terminals 16 and 17 )
Cooling side: Current output
(terminals 14 and 15 )
The types of control output, “relay output” and “voltage pulse output” shown in the table above refer to those of time proportional control.
To change to a relay output for on-off control, select “Relay Terminals” and change the setpoint of the proportional band to “0.”
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* OT2 is a setup parameter.
You can change the settings of the parameter OT2 to change the control output type. See “2. Initial Settings.”
Transistor contact
DI1
DI1 ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON
DI2 OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON
DI4 OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
Relay contact rating: 240 V AC, 1 A
30 V DC, 1 A (resistance load)
Transistor contact rating: 24 V DC, 50 mA
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Time event 4
output
14.5-18.0 V DC
(21 mA DC max.)
* The functions of a contact input can be varied by changing the setting of the contact
input registration parameter.
1
Cooling-side control
DO4 34
output (Note)
DO6 32
14 +
15 -
COM 7
Time event 3
output
Cooling-side control output
0-20mADC,
4-20mADC
Default: 4-20 mA DC
* The functions of the external contact outputs are the defaults for cascade
heating/cooling control. To change the functions, reconfigure the contact output
registration setup parameters.
14 +
15 -
Default: 4-20 mA DC
16 +
17 -
4-20 or
0-20 mA DC
External contact inputs
Cooling-side control
DO3 4
output (Note)
DO5 33
15 -
Default: Unspecified
retransmission type
Note: If you define the DO3 output as the cooling-side control output, the DO4 output
serves as the time event 1 output. Inversely, if you define the DO4 output as the
cooling-side control output, the DO3 output serves as the instrument alarm 1 output.
PV event 2 output DO2 5
Time event 2
output
14 +
Retransmission
output 2*
Allowable range: 100-240 V AC (10%)
(free voltage)
50/60 Hz shared
Common
NOTE
Installation category (overvoltage category): II (IEC1010-1)
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2.
2-1
<2. Initial Settings>
Initial Settings
This chapter describes examples of setting PV input types, control output types.
Carrying out settings described herein allows you to perform basic control. Refer to
examples of various settings to understand how to set parameters required. Refer to
“6.1 Parameter Map” for an easy to understand explanation of setting various
parameters. If you cannot remember how to carry out an operation during setting,
press the DISP key no more than four times. This brings you to the display (operating
display) that appears at power-on.
Setup Procedure
Denotes a step that must always be followed.
Power-on
Denotes a step that should be followed as necessary.
Set UP mode “4”.
(Factory-set to Single-loop Control “UP mode 1.”)
See “2.2 Setting UP mode (Setting First at Power-on),”
or “2.3 Changing UP mode.”
Set PV input
(Factory-set to: Primary PV input is “not configured”, Secondary PV input is “standard signal (1-5 V DC).”)
See “2.4 Setting Primary and Secondary PV Input Types.”
Set the control
output.
(Factory-set to “Time Proportional Relay Output.”)
See “2.5 Setting Control Output Type.”
Be sure to follow this
step whenever a change of setting
is made to the UP mode or
PV input type.
See “2.6 Initializing Parameters.”
Initialize
parameters.
Set setup
parameters.
Set operating
parameters.
Set program
patterns.
See “3. Programming.”
Controller operation
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2.1
2-2
<2. Initial Settings>
Names and Functions of Front Panel Parts
1. Indicator lamp for
PV2 display
6. Process
variable (PV) display
7. Setpoint
display
10. MODE key
2. Program monitor
lamps
3. Event indicator
lamps
8. Instrument alarm
indicator lamps
4. Status indicator
lamps
PVE1
PVE2
11. DISP key
12.
5. Light-loader
interface
9. SET/ENT key
13. PT.No key
1.
and
keys
15. RESET key
14. RUN key
Name of Part
Indicator lamp for
PV2 display
Function
Is lit when secondary PV is displayed on PV display.
2.
Program monitor lamps
3.
Event indicator lamps
: Is lit (in green) when a program setpoint is increasing.
: Is lit (in green) when a program setpoint is constant.
: Is lit (in green) when a program setpoint is decreasing.
Display the statuses of PV events, time events and instrument alarms in orange.
PVE1 and PVE2 lamps: Come on when PV event 1 and PV event 2 turn on.
TME1 to TME4 lamps: Come on when time event 1 to time event 4 turn on.
AL1 lamp: Comes on when instrument alarm 1 turns on.
Is lit (in green) to indicate the status of operation or control.
PRG:Is lit when in program mode.
RST:Is lit when in reset mode.
HLD:Is lit when in hold mode.
LOC:Is lit when in local mode.
MAN1:Not used in cascade control.
MAN2:Is lit when in manual mode.
CAS:Is lit when in cascade mode.
Interface for an adapter cable used when setting and storing parameters from a PC.
This requires an optional parameter setting tool.
4.
Status indicator
lamps
5.
Light-loader interface
6.
Process variable (PV)
display
Displays PV.
Displays an error code (in red) if an error occurs.
7.
Setpoint display (LCD)
Displays the name and value of a target setpoint (SP), output (OUT), deviation trend, or a
parameter.
Displays an error code if an error occurs.
8.
Instrument alarm
indicator lamps
9.
SET/ENT key
The AL1 lamp comes on in orange if instrument alarm 1 turns on.
SET/ENT
10. MODE key
11. DISP key
12.
and
MODE
DISP
14. RUN key
15. RESET key
Presents a display for switching between the hold, advance, local, AUTO and MAN modes.
Used to switch between displays. Pressing this key while any operating display is shown
lets you switch to another prearranged operating display. Pressing this key while any
display other than an operating display is shown lets you go one display back.
(One to four presses (maximum) of this key lets you return to the current operating display,
though the number of presses depends on the operating status.)
Used to change numerical values. On setting displays for various parameters, you can change target
setpoints, parameters, and output values (in manual operation). Pressing the
key decreases a
numerical value, while pressing the
key causes it to increase. You can hold down a key to gradually
increase the speed of change. These keys also switch between menu displays when a main menu or
submenu of parameter setting display is shown.
keys
13. PT.No key
Used to switch or register a parameter. Pressing the key for more than 3 seconds allows you to switch
between the operating display and the main menu for operating parameter setting display alternately.
PT.No
Use this key when the controller is at a stop to select a program pattern number on
an operating display.
RUN
Pressing this key for more than 2 seconds while an operating display is shown starts the
controller.
RESET
Pressing this key for more than 2 seconds while an operating display is shown stops the
controller.
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2-3
<2. Initial Settings>
Setting UP mode (Setting First at Power-on)
NOTE
The controller displays an operating display when the power is turned on. The submenu
“IN” appears at this point if the type of PV input has not been defined yet. In this case, set a
UP mode to “Cascade Control,” following the operating procedure described below. Then,
set PV input type and others.
The following operation describes a procedure of setting a UP mode to “Cascade Control”
(set “4”).
1.
Bring the operating display into view (display appears at power-on).
PV2
RST lamp
ON.
PV
Displays
submenu “IN”.
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
IN
DISP
RUN
RESET
input set
SETUP
sub menu
In steps 2 and later, illustrations of the LCD are cited to explain the procedure.
2.
Press the
key once to display the
submenu “MD”.
4.
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint “4”.
MENU:UPMD/MD
UP mode select
MD
UP mode set
SETUP sub menu
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
3.
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
MENU:UPMD/MD
UP mode select
SET/ENT
5.
#1
PT.No
SET/ENT
UPM
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
Press the
setpoint.
RESET
RUN
RESET
key once to register the
#1
SETUP
4
=
MODE
PT.No
6.
Blinks during
change.
DISP
MENU:UPMD/MD
UP mode select
SETUP
1
MODE
MODE
PT.No
SET/ENT
=
=
RESET
Press the
key once to display the
parameter “UPM” (controller mode).
UPM
UPM
#1
changing!
4
DISP
RUN
RESET
The controller re-starts (which is normal).
Then, set PV input type. See step 8 and
later of “2.4 Setting Primary and Secondary PV Input Types.”
IN
input set
SETUP
sub menu
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2.3
2-4
<2. Initial Settings>
Changing UP mode
The following operation describes a procedure of changing a UP mode to “Cascade Control” (set “4”).
1.
Bring the operating display into view (display appears at power-on).
PV2
RST lamp
ON.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
SP:
DISP
RUN
RESET
PTNO: 0
TM=-------
-270.0°C
SEGNO: 0/ 0
RCY: 0/ 0
In steps 2 and later, illustrations of the LCD are cited to explain the procedure.
2.
Press the
key for more than 3 seconds
to call up the main menu “PROG”.
SET/ENT
5.
PROG
UPMD
UP750 configuration
SETUP main menu
programming
main menu
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
3.
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
PT.No
6.
4.
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
PARA
setup parameter
SETUP main menu
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
SET/ENT
PT.No
7.
RESET
DISP
RUN
RESET
Press the
key once to display the
parameter “UPM” (controller mode).
SET/ENT
MENU:UPMD/MD
UP mode select
UPM
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
MODE
RESET
Press the
key once to display the main
menu “PARA”.
RESET
Press the
key once to display the
submenu “MD”.
DISP
RUN
RUN
UP mode set
SETUP sub menu
password input
main menu
PT.No
DISP
MD
STUP
MODE
MODE
RESET
Press the
key once to display the main
menu “STUP”.
SET/ENT
Press the
key once to display the main
menu “UPMD”.
#1
SETUP
1
=
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
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8.
Press the
or
setpoint “4”.
key to display the
MENU:UPMD/MD
UP mode select
UPM
SET/ENT
Press the
setpoint.
SET/ENT
#1
changing!
4
=
MODE
PT.No
9.
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<2. Initial Settings>
SET/ENT
The controller re-starts (which is normal).
Then, set PV input type. See step 8 and
later of “2.4 Setting Primary and Secondary PV Input Types.”
IN
input set
SETUP
sub menu
DISP
RUN
RESET
key once to register the
MENU:UPMD/MD
UP mode select
UPM
Blinks during
change.
10.
#1
SETUP
4
=
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
How to return to a menu
Press the DISP keys once during parameter setting. This lets you return to the parameter menu.
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2-6
<2. Initial Settings>
Setting Primary and Secondary PV Input Types
The following operating procedure describes an example of setting a K-type thermocouple
(-200.0 to 500.0⬚C) and a measurement range of 0.0 to 200.0⬚C.
You can take the same steps for the secondary-loop PV input type (IN3) and scale (SH3,
SL3) that are displayed after the primary-loop related parameters.
Primary PV input (Factory-set: undefined)
PV input terminal
Thermocouple/mV/V input..............................
RTD input ..................................................
Secondary PV input (Factory-set: 1 to 5 V DC)
PV input terminal
mV/V input.................................................... 21 - 22
12 - 13
11 - 12 - 13
Example of Temperature Input
-270.0°C
Example of Voltage Input
1370.0°C
1V
2V
4V
PV input range
0.0°C
800.0°C
Minimum value of
PV input range (RL1)
Set a range
to be
controlled
5V
Instrument
input range
Instrument
input range
PV input range
RL1
RH1
Set a range to
be controlled
PV input scale
Maximum value of
PV input range (RH1)
3
Parameters to be set for temperature input
1. PV input type (IN1): Set according to a sensor
2. Maximum value of PV input range (RH1): Set the
maximum value of the range to be controlled.
3. Minimum value of PV input range (RL1): Set the
minimum value of the range to be controlled.
3
0.0m /h
50.0m /h
Minimum value of
PV input scale (SL1)
Maximum value of
PV input scale (SH1)
Parameters to be set for voltage input
1. PV input type (IN1): Set according to an input signal
2. Maximum value of PV input range (RH1): Set the maximum value of an input signal.
3. Minimum value of PV input range (RL1): Set the minimum value of an input signal.
4. Position of PV input decimal point (SDP1): Set the position of the decimal point for PV input display.
5. Maximum value of PV input scale (SH1): Set the maximum value of the scale to be controlled.
(Set a reading for the maximum value of the input signal.)
6. Minimum value of PV input scale (SL1): Set the minimum value of the scale to be controlled.
(Set a reading for the minimum value of the input signal.)
NOTE
The controller may automatically initialize the registered operating parameter setpoints if
any change is made to the data item PV Input Type (IN1), Maximum Value of PV Input
Range (RH1), Minimum Value of PV Input Range (RL1), PV Input Decimal Point Position
(SDP1), Maximum Value of PV Input Scale (SH1) or Minimum Value of PV Input Scale
(SL1). After a change has been made to any of these data items, be sure to verify the
registered operating parameter setpoints to ensure that they are correct. If any data item
has been changed to its default, set it to a required value.
1.
Bring the operating display into view (display appears at power-on).
The PV display in the figure below shows the error code for input burnout (
) if PV input
wiring is not yet complete. The error code disappears when you wire the PV input terminals correctly.
PV2
RST lamp
ON.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
SP1: -270.0°C
DISP
RUN
RESET
PTNO: 0
TM=-------
SEGNO: 0/ 0
RCY: 0/ 0
In steps 2 and later, illustrations of the LCD are cited to explain the procedure.
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2.
Press the
key for more than 3 seconds
to call up the main menu “PROG”.
SET/ENT
7.
Press the
key once to display the
submenu “IN”.
PROG
IN
input set
SETUP sub menu
programming
main menu
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
3.
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
Press the
key once to display the main
menu “STUP”.
PT.No
8.
MODE
PT.No
IN1
PARA
setup parameter
SETUP main menu
MODE
PT.No
RUN
=
RESET
UPMD
10.
UP750 configuration
SETUP main menu
Press the
setpoint.
SET/ENT
MODE
RUN
RESET
key once to register the
#1
SETUP
typeK3
=
DISP
RUN
RESET
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
6.
Blinks during
change.
DISP
MENU:UPMD/IN
input 1 type select
IN1
PT.No
#1
DISP
Press the
key once to display the main
menu “UPMD”.
MODE
RESET
changing!
typeK3
PT.No
SET/ENT
RUN
MENU:UPMD/IN
input 1 type select
SET/ENT
5.
DISP
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint. The figure below shows
an example of setting the PV input type to a
K-type thermocouple (-200.0°C to 500.0°C).
IN1
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
9.
#1
SETUP
OFF
=
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
RESET
MENU:UPMD/IN
input 1 type select
RESET
Press the
key once to display the main
menu “PARA”.
RUN
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
DISP
Press the
key once to display the
parameter “IN1” (primary PV input type).
password input
main menu
SET/ENT
MODE
RESET
STUP
4.
2-7
<2. Initial Settings>
Press the
key once to display the
submenu “MD”.
DISP
RUN
RESET
SET/ENT
MD
UP mode set
SETUP sub menu
11.
Press the
key once to display the
parameter “UNI1”.
SET/ENT
MENU:UPMD/IN
input 1 unit select
UNI1
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
#2
SETUP
°C
=
DISP
RUN
RESET
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
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15.
Press the
key once to display the
parameter “RH1” (maximum value of
primary PV input range).
SET/ENT
MENU:UPMD/IN
input 1 range high
RH1
SET/ENT
MODE
MENU:UPMD/IN
input 1 range low
RL1
RUN
PT.No
MODE
PT.No
16.
Press the
setpoint.
SET/ENT
MENU:UPMD/IN
input 1 range low
Blinks during
change.
RL1
RUN
RESET
17.
Press the
setpoint.
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
key once to register the
MENU:UPMD/IN
input 1 range low
SETUP
200.0
MODE
Blinks during
change.
#3
RL1
SET/ENT
#4
changing!
0.0
=
SET/ENT
key once to register the
=
RESET
DISP
MENU:UPMD/IN
input 1 range high
RH1
RUN
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint.
The figure below shows an example of
setting the minimum value of the PV input
range to 0.0°C.
PT.No
14.
DISP
#3
changing!
200.0
=
MODE
RESET
#4
SETUP
-200.0
=
SET/ENT
DISP
MENU:UPMD/IN
input 1 range high
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
#3
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint. The figure below shows
an example of setting the maximum value
of the PV input range to 200.0°C.
RH1
Press the
key once to display the
parameter “RL1” (minimum value of primary PV input range).
SETUP
500.0
=
PT.No
13.
2-8
<2. Initial Settings>
#4
SETUP
0.0
=
DISP
RUN
RESET
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
If the type of input is voltage, also configure the Primary PV Input Decimal Point
Position (SDP1), Maximum Value of Primary PV Input Scale (SH1) and Minimum
Value of Primary PV Input Scale (SL1)
parameters that follow this step.
18.
Press the
key for more than 3 seconds. This returns you to the display shown at power-on
(figure below).
SET/ENT
PV2
RST lamp
ON.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
SP1:
DISP
RUN
RESET
PTNO: 0
TM=-------
0.0°C
SEGNO: 0/ 0
RCY: 0/ 0
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■ Instrument Input Range Codes
Input
Type
Instrument Input
Range Code
OFF (0)
Unspecified
typeK1 (1)
K
typeK2 (2)
typeK3 (3)
J
typeJ (4)
typeT1 (5)
T
typeT2 (6)
B
typeB (7)
S
typeS (8)
R
typeR (9)
N
typeN (10)
E
typeE (11)
L(DIN)
typeL (12)
Thermocouple
typeU1 (13)
U(DIN)
typeU2 (14)
W
typeW (15)
Platinel 2
Plati2 (16)
PR20-40
PR2040 (17)
W97Re3W75Re25
W97Re3 (18)
JPt1 (30)
JPt100
JPt2 (31)
Pt1 (35)
RTD
Pt100
Pt2 (36)
Pt3 (37)
Standard
signal
DC voltage
0.4 to 2 V
1 to 5 V
0 to 2 V
0 to 10 V
-10 to 20 mV
0 to 100 mV
0.4 to 2 V (40)
1 to 5 V (41)
0 to 2 V (50)
0 to 10 V (51)
mv 1 (55)
mv 2 (56)
Instrument
Measurement Accuracy
Input Range
Set the data item PV Input Type "IN1" to the OFF option to leave the PV input
type undefined.
-270.0 to 1370.0°C
-450.0 to 2500.0⬚F
-270.0 to 1000.0°C
-450.0 to 2300.0⬚F ⫾0.1% of instrument range ⫾1 digit at 0°C or more
-200.0 to 500.0°C
⫾0.2% ⫾1 digit for temperatures below 0°C,
-200.0 to 1000.0⬚F where the accuracy is: ⫾2% of instrument range ⫾1
-200.0 to 1200.0°C digit for temperatures below -200.0°C for a type-K thermo-300.0 to 2300.0⬚F couple, or ⫾1% of instrument range ⫾1 digit for
temperatures below -200.0°C for a type-T thermocouple.
-270.0 to 400.0°C
-450.0 to 750.0⬚F
0.0 to 400.0°C
-200.0 to 750.0⬚F
0.0 to 1800.0°C ⫾0.15% of instrument range ⫾1 digit at 400°C or more
⫾5% of instrument range ⫾1 digit at less than 400°C
32 to 3300⬚F
0.0 to 1700.0°C
32 to 3100⬚F
⫾0.15% of instrument range ⫾1 digit
0.0 to 1700.0°C
32 to 3100⬚F
⫾0.1% of instrument range ⫾1 digit
-200.0 to 1300.0°C
⫾0.25% of instrument range ⫾1 digit for temperatures
-300.0 to 2400.0⬚F
below 0°C
-270.0 to 1000.0°C
-450.0 to 1800.0⬚F
-200.0 to 900.0°C
⫾0.1% of instrument range ⫾1 digit at 0°C or more
-300.0 to 1600.0⬚F ⫾0.2% ⫾1 digit for temperatures below 0°C, where the
accuracy is:⫾1.5% of instrument range ⫾1 digit for
-200.0 to 400.0°C
temperatures below -200.0°C for a type-E thermocouple.
-300.0 to 750.0⬚F
0.0 to 400.0°C
-200.0 to 1000.0⬚F
0.0 to 2300.0°C
⫾0.2% of instrument range ⫾1 digit
32 to 4200⬚F
0.0 to 1390.0°C
⫾0.1% of instrument range ⫾1 digit
32.0 to 2500.0⬚F
0.0 to 1900.0°C ⫾0.5% of instrument range ⫾1 digit at 800°C or more
No accuracy is guaranteed at less than 800°C
32 to 3400⬚F
0.0 to 2000.0°C
⫾0.2% of instrument range ⫾1 digit
32 to 3600⬚F
-200.0 to 500.0°C
⫾0.1% of instrument range ⫾1 digit (Note 1) (Note 2)
-300.0 to 1000.0⬚F
-150.00 to 150.00°C
⫾0.2% of instrument range ⫾1 digit (Note 1)
-200.0 to 300.0⬚F
-200.0 to 850.0°C
-300.0 to 1560.0⬚F
⫾0.1% of instrument range ⫾1 digit (Note 1) (Note 2)
-200.0 to 500.0°C
-300.0 to 1000.0⬚F
-150.00 to 150.00°C
⫾0.2% of instrument range ⫾1 digit (Note 1)
-200.0 to 300.0⬚F
0.400 to 2.000 V
1.000 to 5.000 V
⫾0.1% of instrument range ⫾1 digit
0.000 to 2.000 V
Display range is scalable in a range of -19999 to 30000.
0.00 to 10.00 V
Display span is 30000 or less.
-10.00 to 20.00 mV
0.0 to 100.0 mV
Numbers in ( ) are the setting value that apply when the
communication is used.
*
Performance in the standard operating conditions (at 23⫾2⬚C, 55⫾10%RH, and 50/60 Hz power frequency)
Note 1: The accuracy is ⫾0.3⬚C of instrument range ⫾1 digit for a temperature range from 0⬚C to 100⬚C.
Note 2: The accuracy is ⫾0.5⬚C of instrument range ⫾1 digit for a temperature range from -100⬚C to 200⬚C.
*
To receive a 4-20 mA DC signal, select a standard signal of 1 to 5 V DC and connect it to a 250 ⍀ resistor. This resistor
is optional.
Model: X010-250-2 (resistor with M3.5 crimp-on terminal lugs)
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Setting Control Output Type
The following operating procedure describes an example of changing time proportional PID
relay output (0: factory-set default) to current output (2).
Control output terminal Values in parentheses are setpoints
Time proportional PID relay (0)/on-off(3) output...........................
Current PID (2)/time proportional PID voltage pulse (1) output...........
-
1
2
-
3
16 - 17
For details on the output terminals for heating/cooling control, see
“1.5 Terminal Wiring Diagrams.”
1.
Bring the operating display into view (display appears at power-on).
PV2
RST lamp
ON.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
SP1:
DISP
RUN
RESET
PTNO: 0
TM=-------
0.0°C
SEGNO: 0/ 0
RCY: 0/ 0
In steps 2 and later, illustrations of the LCD are cited to explain the procedure.
2.
Press the
key for more than 3 seconds
to call up the main menu “PROG”.
SET/ENT
5.
PROG
UPMD
UP750 configuration
SETUP main menu
programming
main menu
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
3.
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
RESET
Press the
key once to display the main
menu “STUP”.
6.
PT.No
4.
PARA
setup parameter
SETUP main menu
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
RESET
MODE
PT.No
7.
DISP
RUN
RESET
Press the
key twice to display the
submenu “OUT”.
OUT
output set
SETUP sub menu
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
RESET
Press the
key once to display the
submenu “MD”.
RESET
Press the
key once to display the main
menu “PARA”.
RUN
UP mode set
SETUP sub menu
DISP
RUN
DISP
MD
password input
main menu
MODE
MODE
PT.No
STUP
SET/ENT
Press the
key once to display the main
menu “UPMD”.
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
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SET/ENT
OT2
SET/ENT
Press the
setpoint.
#2
=
MODE
SET/ENT
key once to register the
MENU:UPMD/OUT
output 2 select
SETUP
0
PT.No
OT2
RUN
MODE
RESET
#2
SETUP
2
=
SET/ENT
DISP
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint. The figure below shows
an example of setting to current output (4
to 20 mA DC).
MENU:UPMD/OUT
output 2 select
OT2
SET/ENT
#2
changing!
2
=
MODE
PT.No
11.
10.
Press the
key once to display the
parameter “OT2” (control output type).
MENU:UPMD/OUT
output 2 select
9.
2-11
<2. Initial Settings>
Blinks during
change.
DISP
RUN
RESET
Press the
key for more than 3 seconds. This returns you to the display shown at power-on
(figure below).
SET/ENT
PV2
RST lamp
ON.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
SP1:
DISP
PT.No
RUN
RESET
PTNO: 0
TM=-------
0.0°C
SEGNO: 0/ 0
RCY: 0/ 0
● List of Control Output Types
Parameter
Symbol
OT2
Name of Parameter
Setpoint
Control Output Type
Control output type
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Time proportional PID relay contact output (terminals 1 - 2 - 3 )
Time proportional PID voltage pulse output (terminals 16 - 17 )
Current output (terminals 16 - 17 )
On/off control relay contact output (terminals 1 - 2 - 3 )
Heating-side relay output (terminals 1 - 2 - 3 ), cooling-side relay output (terminals 4 - 7 )
Heating-side pulse output (terminals 16 - 17 ), cooling-side relay output (terminals 4 - 7 )
Heating-side current output (terminals 16 - 17 ), cooling-side relay output (terminals 4 - 7 )
Heating-side relay output (terminals 1 - 2 - 3 ), cooling-side transistor output (terminals 34 - 35 )
Heating-side pulse output (terminals 16 - 17 ), cooling-side transistor output (terminals 34 - 35 )
Heating-side current output (terminals 16 - 17 ), cooling-side transistor output (terminals 34 - 35 )
Heating-side relay output (terminals 1 - 2 - 3 ), cooling-side current output (terminals 14 - 15 )
Heating-side pulse output (terminals 16 - 17 ), cooling-side current output (terminals 14 - 15 )
Heating-side current output (terminals 16 - 17 ), cooling-side current output (terminals 14 - 15 )
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Initializing Parameters
Be sure to follow the steps below after a change of setting has been made to the data item
PV Input Type, PV Input Range or PV Input Scale.
1.
Bring the operating display into view (display appears at power-on).
PV2
RST lamp
ON.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
SP1:
DISP
RUN
RESET
PTNO: 0
TM=-------
0.0°C
SEGNO: 0/ 0
RCY: 0/ 0
In steps 2 and later, illustrations of the LCD are cited to explain the procedure.
2.
Press the
key for more than 3 seconds
to call up the main menu “PROG”.
SET/ENT
5.
PROG
UPMD
UP750 configuration
SETUP main menu
programming
main menu
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
3.
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
PT.No
6.
STUP
PT.No
4.
PARA
setup parameter
SETUP main menu
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
MODE
PT.No
7.
RESET
DISP
RUN
RESET
Press the
key twice to display the
submenu “INIT”.
INIT
parameter initialize
SETUP sub menu
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
RESET
Press the
key once to display the
submenu “MD”.
RESET
Press the
key once to display the main
menu “PARA”.
RUN
UP mode set
SETUP sub menu
DISP
RUN
DISP
MD
password input
main menu
MODE
MODE
RESET
Press the
key once to display the main
menu “STUP”.
SET/ENT
Press the
key once to display the main
menu “UPMD”.
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
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10.
Press the
key once to display the
parameter “INI”.
SET/ENT
MENU:UPMD/INIT
parameter initialize
INI
#1
Press the
key once. The display
momentarily becomes blank (which is
normal), indicating the parameters have
been initialized.
SETUP
OFF
=
SET/ENT
MENU:UPMD/OUT
parameter initialize
INI
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
SETUP
ON
=
RUN
RESET
MODE
PT.No
Press the
DISP
RUN
RESET
key to display “ON”.
MENU:UPMD/INIT
parameter initialize
INI
#1
changing!
ON
=
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
11.
#1
DISP
SET/ENT
9.
2-13
<2. Initial Settings>
Blinks during
change.
DISP
RUN
RESET
Press the
key for more than 3 seconds. This returns you to the display shown at power-on
(figure below).
SET/ENT
PV2
RST lamp
ON.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
SP1:
DISP
RUN
RESET
PTNO: 0
TM=-------
0.0°C
SEGNO: 0/ 0
RCY: 0/ 0
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3-1
<3. Programming>
Programming
This chapter explains how to create programs by citing specific examples. Create
user programs by referring to the given programming examples. Use the parameter
map included in “3.5 Program Parameter Map,” in order to further familiarize yourself with the required operations.
Be sure to carry out the settings instructed in “2. Initial Settings” before beginning
any of the tasks discussed in this chapter.
3.1
Overview of Program Patterns
■ Programming Overview
The programming example given here demonstrates how to do the tasks outlined below.
1.
Program the controller to start program operation at 25⬚C and raise the temperature
up to 80⬚C in 20 minutes.
2.
When the temperature reaches 80⬚C, keep it at this level for 80 minutes.
3.
Finally, lower the temperature to 0⬚C in 10 minutes.
Event output
• Set a deviation of 5⬚C on both the positive and negative sides of a program setpoint to
allow the controller to output an event signal if the temperature goes beyond the
deviation range.
• Let the controller output an event signal when the temperature stabilizes to 80⬚C.
Example of Creating Program Pattern 1
Target setpoint
(TSP1) to be reached
by segment 2
Temperature
2
80°C
Target setpoint
(TSP1) to be reached
by segment 3
Target setpoint
(TSP1) to be reached
by segment 1
1
3
Starting target
setpoint (SSP1)
25°C
0°C
Segment time for segment 1
Segment time for segment 2
Segment time for segment 3
20 min.
80 min.
10 min.
Time
Start of program operation
PV event 1
Outputs an alarm if the temperature goes beyond the range “program setpoint ⫾5°C.”
ON
OFF
Time event 1
The output turns on after 20 minutes have elapsed since the start of program operation.
Then, it turns off after 100 minutes have elapsed from the start of program operation.
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<3. Programming>
Example of Program Pattern Setup Charts
Complete the following setup chart before setting programs in the controller. Filling in the
chart makes it easier for you to input program data into the controller. See “3.7 Program
Pattern Setup Charts.”
In the following chart, fill in the fields with bold-face borders.
1.
Maximum value of primary PV input range: Setpoint of the “Maximum Value of Primary PV Input Range (RH1)” setup parameter
2.
Minimum value of primary PV input range: Setpoint of the “Minimum Value of Primary
PV Input Range (RL1)” setup parameter
3.
Primary PV input unit: Setpoint of the “Primary PV Input Unit (UNI1)” setup parameter
4.
Program time unit: Setpoint of the “Program Time Unit (TMU)” setup parameter
5.
Segment setting method: Setpoint of the “Segment Setting Method (SEG.T)” setup
parameter
6.
Starting target setpoint: Setpoint of the “Starting Target Setpoint (SSP1)” program
parameter
7.
Start code: Setpoint of the “Start Code (STC)” program parameter
8.
Final target setpoint, Segment time, Events (PV event and Time event) and Junction
code: Setpoint of each program parameter
9.
Draw the program pattern.
6 25°C
Starting target setpoint 1 (SSP1)
Starting target setpoint 2 (SSP2)
7
Start code (STC)
0
1st group of wait zones (1.WZ1)
1st group of wait times (1.WTM)
2nd group of wait zones (2.WZ1)
2nd group of wait times (2.WTM)
Define this parameter
when using the
controller as a
program pattern
generator. See User’s
Manual (Reference)
(CD-ROM version) for
more information.
3rd group of wait zones (3.WZ1)
3rd group of wait times (3.WTM)
See User’s
Manual (Reference)
(CD-ROM version)
for more information.
4th group of wait zones (4.WZ1)
4th group of wait times (4.WTM)
5th group of wait zones (5.WZ1)
5th group of wait times (5.WTM)
Program time unit (TMU)
4 Hour, minute
Segment setting method (SEG.T) 5 Time setting
Number of repetitions (RCY)
Start-of-repetition segment number (RST)
End-of-repetition segment number (REN)
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Unit 3 °C
Maximum value of primary PV input range (RH1)
100%
1
100
80°C
Define when using the controller
as a program pattern generator.
See User’s Manual (Reference)
(CD-ROM version) for more
information.
25°C
Minimum value of primary PV input range (RL1)
0%
2
0
Segment No.
Final target setpoint 1 (TSP1)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1
80°C 80°C 0°C
Final target setpoint 2 (TSP2)
Segment time (TIME/TM.RT)
20 min 80 min 10 min
PID number (PID) (Note)
Event number (EV1)
PV event type (TY1)/on time of time event (ON1)
PV event setpoint (PE1)/off time of time event (OFF1)
21
1
7
0 min
5°C 80 min
Event number (EV2)
PV event type (TY2)/on time of time event (ON2)
PV event setpoint (PE2)/off time of time event (OFF2)
Event number (EV3)
PV event type (TY3)/on time of time event (ON3)
PV event setpoint (PE3)/off time of time event (OFF3)
Event number (EV4)
Not used in this example.
8
PV event type (TY4)/on time of time event (ON4)
PV event setpoint (PE4)/off time of time event (OFF4)
Event number (EV5)
PV event type (TY5)/on time of time event (ON5)
PV event setpoint (PE5)/off time of time event (OFF5)
Event number (EV6)
PV event type (TY6)/on time of time event (ON6)
Not used in this example.
PV event setpoint (PE6)/off time of time event (OFF6)
Event number (EV7)
PV event type (TY7)/on time of time event (ON7)
PV event setpoint (PE7)/off time of time event (OFF7)
Event number (EV8)
PV event type (TY8)/on time of time event (ON8)
PV event setpoint (PE8)/off time of time event (OFF8)
Junction code (JC)
0
0
0
Note: This parameter is shown for segment PID parameter when the setup parameter “ZON” is set to 0.
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<3. Programming>
Creating Program Patterns
The following operating procedure describes an example of creating the program discussed in “3.1 Overview of Program Patterns.”
NOTE
Before creating the program, reverify the Maximum Value of primary PV Input Range
(RH1), Minimum Value of primary PV Input Range (RL1), Program Time Unit (TMU), and
Segment Setting Method (SEG.T) parameters.
If the setting of the setup parameter “SEG.T” is changed, the program patterns created and
stored so far will be all cleared (initialized)!! Be careful.
The programming example given in this section includes the following steps.
• Step 5 selects the program pattern number (PTN).
• Steps 7 to 9 configure the parameter Starting Target Setpoint (SSP1) (so that the
program starts from 25°C).
• Steps 11 to 13 configure the Final Target Setpoint (TSP1) parameter for segment 1.
• Steps 14 to 16 configure the Segment Time (TIME) parameter for segment 1.
• Steps 17 to 25 configure the PV Event parameters (EV1, TY1 and PE1).
• Step 28 configures the Final Target Setpoint (TSP1) parameter for segment 2 (not
changed in this example).
• Steps 29 to 31 configure the Segment Time (TIME) parameter for segment 2.
• Steps 32 to 40 configure the Time Event parameters (EV1, ON1 and OFF1).
• Steps 43 to 45 configure the Final Target Setpoint (TSP1) parameter for segment 3.
• Steps 46 to 48 configure the Segment Time (TIME) parameter for segment 3.
1.
Bring the operating display into view (appears at power-on).
PV2
RST lamp
ON.
Displays a
process variable
(PV) value.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
SP1:
DISP
RUN
RESET
PTNO: 0
TM=-------
0.0°C
SEGNO: 0/ 0
RCY: 0/ 0
For steps 2 and later, illustrations of the LCD are cited to explain the procedure.
2.
Press the
key for more than 3 seconds
to call up the main menu “PROG”.
SET/ENT
PROG
programming
main menu
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
Press the
key once to display the
submenu “LOC”.
SET/ENT
LOC
local mode set
sub menu
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
3.
RESET
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
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4.
Press the
key once to display the
submenu “PRG”.
8.
PRG
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint.
The figure below shows an example of the
parameter set to “25.0⬚C”.
programming
main menu
MENU:PROG/PRG
start set point 1
MODE
PT.No
#3
changing!
25.0°C
SSP1 =
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
RESET
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
5.
Press the
key once to display the
Pattern Number parameter “PTN”. At this
point, the PV display shows “001.00” (the
first three digits denote the pattern number
and the last two digits the segment number).
DISP
RUN
RESET
SET/ENT
9.
Press the
setpoint.
SET/ENT
key once to register the
MENU:PROG/PRG
start set point 1
SSP1 =
PV Display
SET/ENT
MENU:PROG/PRG
PTno.input
PTN
SET/ENT
=
#1
#3
25.0°C
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
1
MODE
PT.No
10.
DISP
RUN
RESET
Press the
key once to display the Start
Code parameter “STC”.
SET/ENT
MENU:PROG/PRG
start code select
6.
Press the
key once to display the
Segment Number parameter “SEG”.
SET/ENT
STC
SET/ENT
MENU:PROG/PRG
SEGno. input
SEG
SET/ENT
=
#2
0
MODE
PT.No
MODE
11.
DISP
RUN
RESET
Press the
key once to display the
Starting Target Setpoint parameter “SSP1”.
SET/ENT
MENU:PROG/PRG
start set point 1
SSP1 =
DISP
RUN
RESET
#3
0.0°C
Press the
key once to display the
Target Setpoint parameter “TSP1” for
segment 1. At this point, the PV display
shows “001.01” (the first three digits
denote the pattern number and the last two
digits the segment number).
SET/ENT
PV Display
MENU:PROG/PRG
target set point 1
TSP1
SET/ENT
=
#5
0
PT.No
7.
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MODE
PT.No
=
#24
25.0°C
DISP
RUN
RESET
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
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12.
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint.
The figure below shows an example of the
parameter set to “80.0⬚C”.
MENU:PROG/PRG
target set point 1
TSP1
17.
Press the
key once to display the
Event Number parameter “EV1”.
SET/ENT
MENU:PROG/PRG
event 1 no. select
EV1
#24
=
0
MODE
PT.No
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
SET/ENT
RUN
key once to register the
SET/ENT
=
14.
EV1
RUN
MENU:PROG/PRG
segment time
=
19.
Press the
setpoint.
SET/ENT
EV1
=
RUN
=
MODE
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
RESET
Press the
key once to display the PV
Event Type parameter “TY1”.
SET/ENT
MENU:PROG/PRG
PV event 1 type
TY1
=
#30
OFF
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
DISP
RUN
RESET
key once to register the
MENU:PROG/PRG
segment time
TIME
MODE
#26
changing!
0h20
PT.No
SET/ENT
21
RESET
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint.
The figure below shows an example of the
parameter set to “20 min. (0h20)”.
Press the
setpoint.
#29
DISP
MENU:PROG/PRG
segment time
16.
key once to register the
PT.No
MODE
20.
SET/ENT
RESET
-
PT.No
TIME
RUN
MENU:PROG/PRG
event 1 no. select
#26
SET/ENT
15.
DISP
PT.No
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
MODE
RESET
#29
changing!
21
=
DISP
Press the
key once to display the
Segment Time parameter “TIME” for
segment 1.
TIME
MENU:PROG/PRG
event 1 no. select
#24
SET/ENT
PT.No
RESET
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint.
The figure below shows an example of the
parameter set to “PV event 1” (setpoint 21).
80.0°C
MODE
RUN
RESET
MENU:PROG/PRG
target set point 1
TSP1
DISP
DISP
18.
Press the
setpoint.
#29
changing!
80.0°C
=
SET/ENT
13.
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=
#26
0h20
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
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21.
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint.
The figure below shows an example of the
parameter set to “Deviation high and low
limits Alarm” (setpoint 7).
MENU:PROG/PRG
PV event 1 type
TY1
MODE
PT.No
Press the
setpoint.
SET/ENT
RUN
RESET
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
SET/ENT
MENU:PROG/PRG
junction code select
JC
RUN
SET/ENT
28.
#31
RESET
#53
0
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
=
RESET
0.0°C
MODE
MODE
Press the
key once to display the
Junction Code parameter “JC” for
segment 1.
The setpoint of this parameter is not
changed in this example.
DISP
MENU:PROG/PRG
PV event 1 set point
=
#32
0
PT.No
7
MODE
=
SET/ENT
#30
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
EV2
27.
Press the
key once to display the PV
Event Setpoint parameter “PE1”.
PE1
MENU:PROG/PRG
event 2 no. select
key once to register the
PT.No
23.
SET/ENT
DISP
=
SET/ENT
Press the
key once to display the
Event Number parameter “EV2”.
#30
MENU:PROG/PRG
PV event 1 type
TY1
26.
changing!
7
=
SET/ENT
22.
3-7
<3. Programming>
DISP
RUN
RESET
Press the
key once to display the
Target Setpoint parameter “TSP1” for
segment 2.
The setpoint of this parameter is not
changed in this example.
At this point, the PV display shows
“001.02” (the first three digits denote the
pattern number and the last two digits the
segment number).
SET/ENT
PV Display
24.
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint.
The figure below shows an example of the
parameter set to “5.0⬚C”.
MENU:PROG/PRG
PV event 1 set point
PE1
MODE
PT.No
25.
Press the
setpoint.
SET/ENT
TSP1
#31
SET/ENT
29.
DISP
RUN
RESET
key once to register the
MENU:PROG/PRG
PV event 1 set point
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
RUN
RESET
SET/ENT
MENU:PROG/PRG
segment time
=
#26
-
#31
5.0°C
MODE
DISP
Press the
key once to display the
Segment Time parameter “TIME” for
segment 2.
SET/ENT
=
#24
80.0°C
PT.No
TIME
PE1
=
changing!
5.0°C
=
SET/ENT
MENU:PROG/PRG
target set point 1
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
DISP
RUN
RESET
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30.
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint.
The figure below shows an example of the
parameter set to “1 hr. and 20 min.
(setpoint 1h20)”.
MENU:PROG/PRG
segment time
TIME
SET/ENT
Press the
setpoint.
SET/ENT
34.
Press the
setpoint.
MODE
SET/ENT
EV1
=
SET/ENT
1
MODE
PT.No
RUN
RESET
35.
MENU:PROG/PRG
time event 1 ON time
=
1h20
OFF
MODE
RUN
RESET
36.
SET/ENT
MENU:PROG/PRG
event 1 no. select
=
MENU:PROG/PRG
time event 1 ON time
#29
ON1
MODE
RUN
=
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
RESET
37.
Press the
setpoint.
SET/ENT
key once to register the
MENU:PROG/PRG
time event 1 ON time
ON1
=
#30
0h00
#29
SET/ENT
changing!
1
MODE
MODE
PT.No
MENU:PROG/PRG
event 1 no. select
SET/ENT
#30
changing!
0h00
=
DISP
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint.
The figure below shows an example of the
parameter set to “time event 1 (setpoint
1)”.
EV1
RESET
0
PT.No
33.
RUN
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint.
The figure below shows an example of the
parameter set to “0 min. (setpoint 0h00)”.
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
DISP
DISP
Press the
key once to display the
Event Number parameter “EV1”.
EV1
#30
#26
PT.No
32.
RESET
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
=
PT.No
RUN
Press the
key once to display the On
Time of Time Event parameter “ON1”.
key once to register the
MODE
DISP
DISP
ON1
SET/ENT
#29
#26
MENU:PROG/PRG
segment time
TIME
key once to register the
MENU:PROG/PRG
event 1 no. select
changing!
1h20
=
PT.No
31.
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MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
DISP
RUN
RESET
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38.
Press the
key once to display the Off
Time of Time Event parameter “OFF1”.
SET/ENT
MENU:PROG/PRG
time event 1 OFF time
OFF1 =
SET/ENT
43.
#31
OFF
MODE
PT.No
Press the
key once to display the
Target Setpoint parameter for segment 3.
At this point, the PV display shows
“001.03” (the first three digits denote the
pattern number and the last two digits the
segment number).
SET/ENT
PV Display
DISP
RUN
RESET
MENU:PROG/PRG
target set point 1
39.
TSP1
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint.
The figure below shows an example of the
parameter set to “1 hr. and 20 min.
(setpoint 1h20)”.
MENU:PROG/PRG
#31
time event 1 OFF time
changing!
OFF1 =
1h20
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
SET/ENT
80.0°C
MODE
PT.No
44.
DISP
RUN
=
#24
DISP
RUN
RESET
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint.
The figure below shows an example of the
parameter set to “0.0⬚C”.
RESET
MENU:PROG/PRG
target set point 1
TSP1
40.
Press the
setpoint.
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
changing!
0.0°C
=
MODE
PT.No
OFF1 =
DISP
RUN
RESET
#31
1h20
45.
SET/ENT
#24
key once to register the
MENU:PROG/PRG
time event 1 OFF time
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
Press the
setpoint.
SET/ENT
key once to register the
RESET
MENU:PROG/PRG
target set point 1
TSP1
41.
Press the
key once to display the
Event Number parameter “EV2”.
=
#24
0.0°C
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
MENU:PROG/PRG
event 2 no. select
EV2
=
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
RESET
#32
0
46.
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
Press the
key once to display the
Segment Time parameter “TIME” for
segment 3.
SET/ENT
MENU:PROG/PRG
segment time
42.
3-9
<3. Programming>
Press the
key once to display the
Junction Code parameter “JC” for segment
2.
The setpoint of this parameter is not
changed in this example.
SET/ENT
MENU:PROG/PRG
junction code select
JC
=
SET/ENT
TIME
SET/ENT
=
#26
-
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
#53
0
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
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47.
48.
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint.
The figure below shows an example of the
parameter set to “10 min. (setpoint 0h10)”.
MENU:PROG/PRG
segment time
TIME
Press the
setpoint.
SET/ENT
key once to register the
MENU:PROG/PRG
segment time
TIME
#26
=
0h10
MODE
PT.No
SET/ENT
#26
changing!
0h10
=
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
49.
3-10
<3. Programming>
DISP
RUN
RESET
DISP
RUN
RESET
Programming is now complete. Press the
key for more than 3 seconds. This returns you to
the display shown at power-on (figure below).
SET/ENT
PV2
RST lamp
ON.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
SP1:
DISP
RUN
RESET
PTNO: 0
TM=-------
0.0°C
SEGNO: 0/ 0
RCY: 0/ 0
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Changing Program Patterns
The following operating procedure describes an example of changing the program pattern
created in “3.3 Creating Program Patterns” to the program pattern shown in the figure
below.
Example of Changing Program Pattern 1
The Target
Setpoint (TSP1) parameter for
segment 2 is changed from
80.0°C to 90.0°C.
Temperature
90°C
80°C
Current
PV
Starting target
setpoint (SSP1)
25°C
0°C
20 min.
Start of program operation
80 min.
10 min.
Time
■ Details of the Change
Before change: Program operation begins with the starting target
setpoint (SSP1).
After change: Program operation begins with the current PV value.
The time setpoints of segment 1 precede others.
Before change: The Target Setpoint (TSP1) program parameter for
segment 2 was set to “80.0°C”.
After change: The Target Setpoint (TSP1) program parameter for
segment 2 is set to “90.0°C”.
Change the setpoint of the
Start Code (STC) program
parameter to “2”.
Change the setpoint of the
Target Setpoint (TSP1)
program parameter for
segment 2 to “90.0”.
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1.
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Bring the operating display into view (appears at power-on).
PV2
RST lamp
ON.
Displays a
process variable
(PV) value.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
SP1:
DISP
RUN
RESET
PTNO: 0
TM=-------
0.0°C
SEGNO: 0/ 0
RCY: 0/ 0
For steps 2 and later, illustrations of the LCD are cited to explain the procedure.
2.
Press the
key for more than 3 seconds
to call up the main menu “PROG”.
SET/ENT
6.
programming
main menu
MODE
PT.No
3.
SEG
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
7.
local mode set
sub menu
4.
SET/ENT
=
programming
main menu
RESET
8.
#5
0
MODE
PT.No
PRG
RUN
SET/ENT
RESET
Press the
key once to display the
submenu “PRG”.
DISP
Press the
key twice to display the Start
Code parameter “STC”.
STC
DISP
RUN
MODE
MENU:PROG/PRG
start code select
LOC
PT.No
#2
0
PT.No
SET/ENT
MODE
=
RESET
Press the
key once to display the
submenu “LOC”.
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
MENU:PROG/PRG
SEGno. input
PROG
SET/ENT
Press the
key once to display the
Segment Number parameter “SEG”.
DISP
RUN
RESET
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint.
The figure below shows an example of the
parameter set to “time-prioritized PV start
(setpoint 2)”.
MENU:PROG/PRG
start code select
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
RUN
STC
RESET
SET/ENT
5.
#5
changing!
2
DISP
=
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
Press the
key once to display the
Pattern Number parameter “PTN”.
SET/ENT
MENU:PROG/PRG
PTno. input
PTN
SET/ENT
=
#1
1
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
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9.
Press the
setpoint.
SET/ENT
STC
12.
key once to register the
MENU:PROG/PRG
start code select
=
#5
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint.
The figure below shows an example of the
parameter set to “90.0°C”.
2
MENU:PROG/PRG
target set point 1
TSP1
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
changing!
90.0°C
=
RUN
RESET
MODE
PT.No
Press the
key once to display the
Target Setpoint parameter “TSP1” for
segment 1.
DISP
RUN
RESET
SET/ENT
MENU:PROG/PRG
target set point 1
TSP1
=
13.
#24
Press the
setpoint.
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
key once to register the
MENU:PROG/PRG
target set point 1
80.0°C
TSP1
=
#24
90.0°C
DISP
RUN
RESET
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
11.
#24
DISP
SET/ENT
10.
3-13
<3. Programming>
DISP
RUN
RESET
Press the
key seven times to display
the Target Setpoint parameter “TSP1” for
segment 2.
At this point, the PV display shows
“001.02” (the first three digits denote the
pattern number and the last two digits the
segment number).
SET/ENT
PV Display
MENU:PROG/PRG
target set point 1
TSP1
SET/ENT
=
80.0°C
MODE
PT.No
14.
#24
DISP
RUN
RESET
Changing the program is now complete. Press the
you to the display shown at power-on (figure below).
SET/ENT
PV2
RST lamp
ON.
key for more than 3 seconds. This returns
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
SP1:
DISP
RUN
RESET
PTNO: 0
TM=-------
0.0°C
SEGNO: 0/ 0
RCY: 0/ 0
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3.5
Program Parameter Map
Operating display
SET/ENT
key
Press this key for more than 3 seconds.
Press
the
key
for more than
3 seconds to switch
to an operating
display.
SET/ENT
PROG
programming
main menu
SET/ENT
key
DISP
Program Parameter Setting Display
key
key or
key
key or
key
A
key
or
LOC
key
local mode set
PRG
programming
sub menu
SET/ENT
key
DISP
key
sub menu
SET/ENT
key
DISP
key
Program pattern 1
LSP1
Setpoint for
local-mode operation
PID
PID group number for
local-mode operation
E21A
Local event-21
type
E21B
Local event-21
setpoint
E22A
Local event-22
type
E22B
Local event-22
setpoint
E23A
Local event-23
type
E23B
Local event-23
setpoint
E24A
Local event-24
type
E24B
Local event-24
setpoint
MENU:PROG/PRG
PTno. input
PTN
#1
key or
Segment 1
SEG
key
1
MENU:PROG/PRG
SEGno. input
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
=
=
#2
key or
key
0
MENU:PROG/PRG
SEGno. input
SEG
SET/ENT
key
SSP1
Starting target
setpoint
=
key
Segment 2
#2
key or
key
1
MENU:PROG/PRG
SEGno. input
SEG
SET/ENT
key
TSP1
Final target setpoint
TIME
Time-set
segment time
TR.RT
Ramp-set
segment time
Start code
PID
PID group number
Evn
Event number
STC≠ –1
“TIME” is shown when the Segment
Setting Method (SEG.T) parameter
is set using a time setpoint; “TM.RT”
is shown when the Segment Setting
Method (SEG.T) parameter is set
using a ramp grade setpoint.
The controller is factory-set to
show “TIME”.
=
or
#2
key
2
key
TSP1
Final target setpoint
TIME
Time-set
segment time
TR.RT
Ramp-set
segment time
PID
PID group number
Evn
Event number
E25A
Local event-25
type
E25B
Local event-25
setpoint
E26A
Local event-26
type
E26B
Local event-26
setpoint
1.WZ1
1st group of
wait zones
E27A
Local event-27
type
1.WTM
1st group of
wait times
ONn
On time of
time event
ONn
On time of
time event
E27B
Local event-27
setpoint
2.WZ1
2nd group of
wait zones
OFFn
Off time of
time event
OFFn
Off time of
time event
E28A
Local event-28
type
2.WTM
2nd group of
wait times
TYn
PV event type
TYn
PV event type
E28B
Local event-28
setpoint
PEn
PV event setpoint
PEn
PV event setpoint
JC
Junction code
JC
Junction code
key
The parameter “PID” is shown for segment
PID parameters when the setup parameter
“ZON” is set to 0.
STC
The parameter “PID” is shown for
segment PID parameters when the
setup parameter “ZON” is set to 0.
STC= –1
3.WZ1
3rd group of
wait zones
3.WTM
3rd group of
wait times
4.WZ1
4th group of
wait zones
4.WTM
4th group of
wait times
5.WZ1
5th group of
wait zones
5.WTM
5th group of
wait times
RCY
Number of
repetitions
RST
Start-of-repetition
segment number
REN
End-of-repetition
segment number
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
n = 1 to 8.
If EVn = 1 to 16, then this parameter
refers to time events 1 to 16.
If EVn = 21 to 28, then this parameter
refers to PV events 1 to 8.
SET/ENT
key
key
key
Parameters of program pattern 1
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program edit
sub menu
SET/ENT
key
DISP
key
Program patterns 2 to 300
MENU:PROG/PRG
PTno. input
PTN
key
Segment 3
MENU:PROG/PRG
SEGno. input
SEG
SET/ENT
=
or
key
or
#2
key
3
key
MENU:PROG/PRG
SEGno. input
SET/ENT
=
ALL.S
2
Segment 99
SEG
key
=
#1
key
PTN.S
key
ALL.E
Shows the number of
remaining unused
events.
COPY
Program pattern
copying
CLEAR
Program pattern
clearance
or
#2
MENU:PROG/PRG
SEGno. input
SEG
99
=
#2
0
key
SET/ENT
TSP1
Final target setpoint
TSP1
Final target setpoint
TIME
Time-set
segment time
TIME
Time-set
segment time
TR.RT
Ramp-set
segment time
TR.RT
Ramp-set
segment time
PID
PID group number
PID
PID group number
Evn
Event number
Evn
Event number
ONn
On time of
time event
ONn
On time of
time event
OFFn
Off time of
time event
OFFn
Off time of
time event
TYn
PV event type
TYn
PV event type
PEn
PV event setpoint
PEn
PV event setpoint
JC
Junction code
JC
Junction code
SET/ENT
Shows the number of
remaining unused
segments.
Shows the number of
segments within
a pattern.
key
These parameter symbols
appear on the PV display.
Pressing the DISP key once during programming
returns to the display marked A .
key
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Lists of Program Parameters
* Parameters relating to PV or program setpoints should all be set in real numbers.
For example, use temperature values to define program setpoints and PV event
setpoints for temperature input.
* The “User Setting” column in the table below is provided for the customer to record
setpoints.
● Local Setpoint Parameters
Located in: Main menu = PROG ; Submenu = LOC
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
LSP1
LSP2
Setpoint for local-mode
operation of primary-loop
0.0 to 100.0% of primary PV input range
0.0% of primary PV input range
Setpoint for
local-mode operation
of secondary-loop
0.0 to 100.0% of secondary PV input range
0.0% of secondary PV input
range
PID
PID group number for
local-mode operation
Shown for segment PID parameters when the
setup parameter “ZON” is set to 0. This
parameter is factory-set so as not to appear.
1: Uses the 1st group of PID parameters.
2: Uses the 2nd group of PID parameters.
3: Uses the 3rd group of PID parameters.
4: Uses the 4th group of PID parameters.
5 to 8: Likewise, selecting these numbers uses
the 5th to 8th groups of PID parameters.
1
E21A
Local event-21 type
OFF (0)
OFF (0), 1 to 10, 28 to 31
1: PV high limit (energized, no stand-by action)
2: PV low limit (energized, no stand-by action)
3: Deviation high limit (energized, no stand-by action)
4: Deviation low limit (energized, no stand-by action)
5: Deviation high limit (de-energized, no stand-by
action)
6: Deviation low limit (de-energized, no stand-by
action)
7: Deviation high/low limits (energized, no stand-by
action)
8: Deviation within high/low limits (energized, no
stand-by action)
9: PV high limit (de-energized, no stand-by action)
10: PV low limit (de-energized, no stand-by action)
E21B
Local event-21
setpoint
PV/SP alarm: -100.0 to 100.0% of primary PV
input range
Deviation alarm: -100.0 to 100.0% of primary
PV input range span
Output value alarm: -5.0 to 105.0%
User
Setting
PV/SP high limit alarm:
100.0% of primary PV input
range.
Deviation alarm:
0.0% of primary PV input range
span.
Other PV/SP low limit alarms:
0.0% of primary PV input range.
Output high limit alarm: 100.0%
Output low limit alarm: 0.0%
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Parameter
Symbol
E22A
E22B
E23A
E23B
E24A
E24B
E25A
E25B
E26A
E26B
E27A
E27B
E28A
E28B
Name of Parameter
Setting Range and Description
Local event-22 type
Same as the E21A parameter.
Local event-22
setpoint
Same as the E21B parameter.
Local event-23 type
Same as the E21A parameter.
Local event-23
setpoint
Same as the E21B parameter.
Local event-24 type
Same as the E21A parameter.
Local event-24
setpoint
Same as the E21B parameter.
Local event-25 type
Same as the E21A parameter.
Local event-25
setpoint
Same as the E21B parameter.
Local event-26 type
Same as the E21A parameter.
Local event-26
setpoint
Same as the E21B parameter.
Local event-27 type
Same as the E21A parameter.
Local event-27
setpoint
Same as the E21B parameter.
Local event-28 type
Same as the E21A parameter.
Local event-28
setpoint
Same as the E21B parameter.
Initial Value
User
Setting
● Program Parameters (Parameters for Setting the Conditions of Program
Operation Startup)
Use the program pattern setup chart discussed in “3.2 Example of Program Pattern Setup
Charts” of this chapter, to record your setpoints of program parameters.
Located in: Main menu = PROG ; Submenu = PRG
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
PTN
Pattern number
1: Program pattern 1
2: Program pattern 2
3: Program pattern 3
4 to 300: Likewise, specifying these numbers sets their
corresponding program pattern numbers.
SEG
Segment number
0: Shows parameters for setting the starting target setpoint,
start code, etc.
1 to 99: Specify the corresponding segment numbers.
Specify “0” when creating a program for the first time.
0
SSP1
STC
Starting target setpoint
0.0 to 100.0% of primary PV input range
0.0% of primary
PV input range
Start code
-1: Shows parameters for setting the wait and repeat actions.
0: Program operation begins with the starting target setpoint.
1: Ramp-prioritized PV start (program operation begins with
the PV value by giving priority to the ramp of segment 1)
2: Time-prioritized PV start (program operation begins with
the PV value by giving priority to the time of segment 1)
TIP: The option “-1” is not a setpoint.
0
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● Program Parameters (Parameters for Setting the Wait and Repeat Actions)
The parameters listed below are shown when the Start Code (STC) parameter is set to “-1.”
Located in: Main menu = PROG ; Submenu = PRG
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
1.WZ1
1.WTM
1st group of wait
zones
OFF: No function
0.0 to 10.0% of primary PV input range span
OFF
1st group of wait
times
OFF: No function
0.01 to 99.59 (“hour, minute” or “minute, second”)
Use the TMU setup parameter to set the time unit.
OFF
2.WZ1
2.WTM
3.WZ1
3.WTM
4.WZ1
4.WTM
5.WZ1
5.WTM
RCY
2nd group of wait
zones
Same as the 1st group of wait zones.
2nd group of wait
times
Same as the 1st group of wait times.
3rd group of wait
zones
Same as the 1st group of wait zones.
3rd group of wait
times
Same as the 1st group of wait times.
4th group of wait
zones
Same as the 1st group of wait zones.
4th group of wait
times
Same as the 1st group of wait times.
5th group of wait
zones
Same as the 1st group of wait zones.
5th group of wait
times
Same as the 1st group of wait times.
Number of repetitions
0 to 999: The controller repeats the segment specified by the RST
and REN parameters as many times as defined by this parameter.
CONT: The controller indefinitely repeats the segment specified
by the RST and REN parameters.
0
RST
REN
Start-of-repetition
segment number
1ⱕRSTⱕRENⱕ99
1
End-of-repetition
segment number
User
Setting
1
● Program Parameters (Parameters for Setting the Final Target Setpoints
and Segment Times)
Located in: Main menu = PROG ; Submenu = PRG
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
TSP1
TIME
Final target setpoint
The final target setpoint of each segment.
Time-set segment time
Time setpoint: - (unregistered)
0.00 to 99.59 (“hour, minute” or “minute, second”)
Without a time setpoint, it is not possible to create programs.
TM.RT
Ramp-set segment time
For ramp segments (ramp setpoint): - (unregistered), 0.0 to 100.0% of PV input
range span per hour or minute
For soak segments: 0.00 to 99.59 (“hour, minute” or “minute, second”)
Without a time setpoint or a ramp grade setpoint, it is not possible to create programs.
PID
Segment PID group
number
This parameter is shown for segment PID parameters when
the setup parameter “ZON” is set to 0.
This parameter is factory-set so as not to appear.
1 to 8
User
Setting
1
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● Program Prameters (Parameters for Setting the Event Action)
You can set a maximum of eight units each for the parameters listed below for each individual segment.
Located in: Main menu = PROG ; Submenu = PRG
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
User
Setting
0
EVn
Event number
0: Unregistered.
1: Time event 1 (terminal numbers 34 - 35 )
2: Time event 2 (terminal numbers 33 - 35 )
3: Time event 3 (terminal numbers 32 - 35 )
4: Time event 4 (terminal numbers 31 - 35 )
5 to 16: Time events 5 to 16 (see the CD-ROM version user’s manual for details on the terminal number)
21: PV event 1 (terminal numbers 6 - 7 )
22: PV event 2 (terminal numbers 5 - 7 )
23 to 28: PV events 3 to 8 (see the CD-ROM
version user’s manual for details on the terminal
number)
ONn
OFFn
TYn
On time of time event
OFF: Unused.
OFF
0.00 to 99.59 (“hour, minute” or “minute, second”)
Off time of time event
OFF: Unused.
OFF
0.00 to 99.59 (“hour, minute” or “minute, second”)
PV event type
PEn
PV event setpoint
OFF:
OFF, 1 to 10, 28 to 31
1: PV high limit (energized, no stand-by action)
2: PV low limit (energized, no stand-by action)
3: Deviation high limit (energized, no stand-by
action)
4: Deviation low limit (energized, no stand-by
action)
5: Deviation high limit (de-energized, no standby action)
6: Deviation low limit (de-energized, no standby action)
7: Deviation high/low limits (energized, no
stand-by action)
8: Deviation within high/low limits (energized,
no stand-by action)
9: PV high limit (de-energized, no stand-by
action)
10: PV low limit (de-energized, no stand-by
action)
See the next page for details on other alarm types.
PV/SP alarm: -100.0 to 100.0% of primary
PV input range
Deviation alarm: -100.0 to 100.0% of primary
PV input range span
Output value alarm: -5.0 to 105.0%
OFF
PV/SP high limit alarm: 100.0% of
primary PV input range.
Deviation alarm: 0.0% of primary
PV input range span.
Other PV/SP low limit alarms: 0.0%
of primary PV input range.
Output high limit alarm: 100.0%
Output low limit alarm: 0.0%
● Program Parameters (Junction Code Parameter)
Located in: Main menu = PROG ; Submenu = PRG
Parameter
Symbol
JC
Name of Parameter
Junction code
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
User
Setting
0: Switching for continuation
0
1: Hold-on switching (the controller holds the end-of-segment
setpoint when the segment is completed, to perform control).
2: Local-mode end (the controller switches to a local setpoint
when the segment is completed).
11 to 15: Wait during switching between segments (see the
CD-ROM version user’s manual).
21 to 25: Wait within a segment interval (see the CD-ROM
version user’s manual).
INSERT: Allows a segment to be added to the end of a specified
segment.
DELETE: Allows a specified segment to be deleted.
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List of PV Event and Local Event Types
The table below shows the types and actions of PV event and Local event.
Alarm type code
Alarm action
Alarm type
Contact
“Open/close” shows status of relay contact, closes
if alarm
and “lit” and “unlit” shows status of lamp
occurs
No alarm
Alarm type
Contact
“Open/close” shows status of relay contact, closes
if alarm
and “lit” and “unlit” shows status of lamp
occurs
OFF
Open (unlit)
Closed (lit)
PV
Contact
opens
if alarm
occurs
Hysteresis
Hysteresis
PV high limit
Alarm type code
Alarm action
Contact
opens
if alarm
occurs
De-energized
on deviation low
limit alarm
1
Alarm setpoint
Open (lit)
Closed
(unlit)
Deviation
setpoint
6
PV
Target SP
Hysteresis
Hysteresis
Hysteresis
PV low limit
Closed (lit)
Open (unlit)
Alarm setpoint
Deviation high
and low limits
2
Closed
(lit)
Open
(unlit)
Closed
(lit)
Deviation setpoint
7
PV
PV
Target SP
Hysteresis
Deviation high
limit
Closed (lit)
Open (unlit)
Deviation within
high and low
limits
3
Deviation setpoint
PV
Target SP
Hysteresis Closed Hysteresis
(lit)
Open
Open
(unlit)
(unlit)
Target SP
Hysteresis
Deviation low
limit
Closed (lit)
Hysteresis
Open (unlit)
De-energized on
PV high limit
4
Deviation setpoint
Closed
(unlit)
PV
Target SP
5
Deviation
setpoint
Target SP
De-energized on
PV low limit
Closed
(unlit)
Open (lit)
SP
SP low
limit
Hysteresis
Closed (lit)
Closed (lit)
28
Open (unlit)
Output high limit
Alarm setpoint
30
Open (unlit)
Output value
Hysteresis
Closed (lit)
Alarm setpoint
Hysteresis
Closed (lit)
Open (unlit)
Alarm setpoint
10
PV
Alarm setpoint
Hysteresis
SP high
limit
Alarm setpoint
Hysteresis
Open (lit)
PV
9
Open (lit)
PV
Hysteresis
De-energized on
Closed
deviation high
(unlit)
limit alarm
8
PV
Deviation setpoint
29
Output low limit
Open (unlit)
Alarm setpoint
SP
31
Output value
● Program Parameters (Parameters for Editing Programs)
Located in: Main menu = PROG ; Submenu = EDIT
Symbol on
PV Display
Name of Parameter
Number of remaining
unused segments.
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
User
Setting
Read-only
(ALL.S)
Number of segments
within a pattern.
(PTN.S)
Number of remaining
unused events.
(ALL.E)
Program pattern copying
Specify the numbers of the source-of-copying
program pattern and target-of-copying program
pattern. (1 to 300)
Program pattern clearance
Specify the number of the program pattern to be
cleared.
(1 to 300)
(COPY)
(CLEAR)
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Program Pattern Setup Charts
For details on how to use the program pattern setup chart, see “3.1 Overview of Program
Patterns,” and “3.2 Example of Program Pattern Setup Charts.”
You can register as many as 300 program patterns with the UP750 controller. Create as
many copies of the chart as necessary.
First fill in the fields with bold-face borders in the order from number 1 to number 9. Then,
input the data into the controller.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Maximum value of primary PV input range: Setpoint of the “Maximum Value of Primary PV Input Range (RH1)” setup parameter
Minimum value of primary PV input range: Setpoint of the “Minimum Value of Primary PV Input Range (RL1)” setup parameter
Primary PV input unit: Setpoint of the “Primary PV Input Unit (UNI1)” setup parameter
Program time unit: Setpoint of the “Program Time Unit (TMU)” setup parameter
Segment setting method: Setpoint of the “Segment Setting Method (SEG.T)” setup parameter
Starting target setpoint: Setpoint of the “Starting Target Setpoint (SSP1)” program parameter
Start code: Setpoint of the “Start Code (STC)” program parameter
Final target setpoint, segment time, Events (PV event and Time event) and Junction code: Setpoint of each program parameter
Draw the program pattern.
System name
Program No.
Program name
Model
UP750 -
Program time unit (TMU)
4
Segment setting method (SEG.T)
5
Serial No.
Unit
3
Maximum value of primary PV input range (RH1) 1
100%
Define this parameter when
using the controller as a program
pattern generator. See User’s
Manual (Reference) (CD-ROM
version) for more information.
Minimum value of primary PV input range (RL1) 2
0%
Segment No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Final target setpoint 1 (TSP1)
Final target setpoint 2 (TSP2)
Segment time (TIME/TM.RT)
Time setting (TIME) when
the Segment Setting Method
(SEG.T) parameter is set as
SEG.T = 0; ramp setting
(TM.RT) when the parameter
is set as SEG.T = 1
Factory-set to Time
setting (TIME).
PID number (PID)
Event number (EV1)
PV event type (TY1)/on time of time event (ON1)
PV event setpoint (PE1)/off time of time event (OFF1)
Event number (EV2)
PV event type (TY2)/on time of time event (ON2)
PV event setpoint (PE2)/off time of time event (OFF2)
Event number (EV3)
Shown for segment PID
parameters when the setup
parameter “ZON” is set to 0.
PV event type (TY3)/on time of time event (ON3)
PV event setpoint (PE3)/off time of time event (OFF3)
Event number (EV4)
8
PV event type (TY4)/on time of time event (ON4)
PV event setpoint (PE4)/off time of time event (OFF4)
Event number (EV5)
PV event type (TY5)/on time of time event (ON5)
PV event setpoint (PE5)/off time of time event (OFF5)
Event number (EV6)
PV event type (TY6)/on time of time event (ON6)
PV event setpoint (PE6)/off time of time event (OFF6)
Event number (EV7)
PV event type (TY7)/on time of time event (ON7)
PV event setpoint (PE7)/off time of time event (OFF7)
Event number (EV8)
PV event type (TY8)/on time of time event (ON8)
PV event setpoint (PE8)/off time of time event (OFF8)
Junction code (JC)
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Starting target setpoint 1 (SSP1)
Define this parameter when using the controller as a program pattern
generator.
See User’s Manual (Reference) (CD-ROM version) for more information.
Starting target setpoint 2 (SSP2)
7
Start code (STC)
1st group of wait zones (1.WZ1)
1st group of wait times (1.WTM)
2nd group of wait zones (2.WZ1)
2nd group of wait times (2.WTM)
3rd group of wait zones (3.WZ1)
3rd group of wait times (3.WTM)
See User’s Manual (Reference) (CD-ROM version)
for more information.
4th group of wait zones (4.WZ1)
4th group of wait times (4.WTM)
5th group of wait zones (5.WZ1)
5th group of wait times (5.WTM)
Number of repetitions (RCY)
Start-of-repetition segment number (RST)
End-of-repetition segment number (REN)
9
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
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Explanation of Program Functions
■ Programming
You can create programs using either method 1 or 2 described below.
The controller is factory-set to “method 1.” To create programs using method 2, change the
setpoint of the SEG.T (Segment Setting Method) setup parameter to “1.”
Before you begin programming, determine whether your programs are created using the
time unit of “hour and minute” or “minute and second.” The controller is factory-set to the
“hour and minute” time unit. To create programs using the “minute and second” time unit,
change the setpoint of the TMU (Program Time Unit) setup parameter to “mm:ss.”
<Controller Settings>
Setpoint of SEG.T (Segment Setting Method) Setup Parameter
0 (factory-set default)
1
Time setting (method 1)
Ramp setting (method 2)
Choose the desired method and unit from the two programming methods and time unit
options discussed above. Then, create programs according to the chosen options.
1. Creating programs by setting final target setpoint and time unit
As shown in the figure below, this method creates programs by setting a segment time and
a final target setpoint on a segment-by-segment basis.
Setpoint
This single definite line is
referred to as a segment.
Final target
setpoint
Final target setpoint set for
segment immediately preceding
or the starting target setpoint
if this is the point of starting
program operation
Segment time
Time
2. Creating programs by setting final target setpoint and ramp
As shown in the figure below, this method creates programs by setting a final target
setpoint and a ramp grade on a segment-by-segment basis.
Define the ramp grade as the amount of change in the setpoint per hour or per minute.
Setpoint
Final target
setpoint
Final target setpoint set for
segment immediately preceding
or the starting target setpoint
if this is the point of starting
program operation
Ramp
grade
Define the ramp grade as the
amount of change in the
setpoint per hour or per minute.
Time
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<Controller Settings>
When changing the setpoint linearly over an hour
When changing the setpoint linearly over a minute
Setpoint of TMU (Program Time Unit) Setup Parameter
hh:mm (factory-set default)
mm:ss
Note: The “Program Time Unit (TMU)” parameter is the time unit you use when creating programs.
When creating a soak segment during programming, set a time (“hour and minute” or
“minute and second”) rather than a ramp grade.
Setpoint
Final target setpoint set for
segment immediately preceding
or the starting target setpoint
if this is the point of starting
program operation
Final target
setpoint
Segment time
Define as
“hour and minute” or
“minute and second.”
Time
For example, configure segment 1 so the temperature rises in increments of 5⬚C per
minute from 50⬚C to 100⬚C, as shown in the figure below.
Setpoint
Final target
setpoint
100°C
Ramp upgrade of
5°C per minute
50°C
Segment 1
Time
To change the temperature linearly over a minute, set the TMU parameter to “mm:ss”
(minute and second) before you begin programming.
When programming the controller, set the Segment Time (TIME) parameter for segment 1
to 5⬚C.
This allows the controller to raise the setpoint in increments of 5⬚C per minute during the
interval of segment 1.
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■ Controller Behavior at the Start of Program Operation
You can determine how the controller should behave at the start of program operation.
1. Letting the controller run from a starting target setpoint
A starting target setpoint refers to a setpoint from which program operation begins. The
controller operates in such a manner that the setpoint changes to the final target setpoint
over the segment time set for segment 1, irrespective of what the PV value is.
Setpoint
Segment 1
Segment 2
Final target setpoint
Starting target setpoint
Program
setpoint
Time
Segment time
Start of program operation
<Controller Settings>
Set the STC (Start Code) program parameter to “0”.
2. Letting the controller start from the current setpoint and run according to
time settings defined for segment 1
This method is not available if the SEG.T (Segment Setting Method) parameter is set to
“ramp setting.”
Starting Point of Operation
a
b
c
d
e
Setpoint
a
Controller Behavior
Begins to run from point a according to the time setting defined for segment 1.
Begins to run from point b according to the time setting defined for segment 1.
Begins to run from point c according to the time setting defined for segment 1.
Begins to run from point d according to the time setting defined for segment 1.
Begins to run from point e according to the time setting defined for segment 1.
Final target setpoint
b
Program
setpoint
c
d
e
Segment
Start of 1
program operation
Segment Segment Segment
2
3
4
Segment
5
Time
<Controller Settings>
Set the STC (Start Code) program parameter to “2”.
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3. Letting the controller start from the current setpoint and run according to
ramp settings defined for segment 1 of the created program
Starting Point of Operation
a
b
c
d
Controller Behavior
Begins to run from point C1 (ignores the time setting defined for segment 1).
Begins to run from point C1 (ignores the time setting defined for segment 1).
Begins to run from point C1 (ignores the time setting defined for segment 1).
Begins to run from point D1 according to the preset ramp setting
(the time setting defined for segment 1 is reduced).
e
Begins to run from point E1 according to the preset ramp setting.
Setpoint
a
A1
B1
b
e
Program
setpoint
C1
c
d
D1
E1
Segment
Start of 1
program operation
Segment Segment Segment
2
3
4
Segment
5
Time
<Controller Settings>
Set the STC (Start Code) program parameter to “1”.
■ PID Switching (Zone PID)
The UP750 offers two methods of PID switching. One of the methods is to automatically
switch between groups of PID constants according to the temperature zone. The other
method is to automatically switch between groups of PID constants on a segment-bysegment basis. This paragraph explains the method of switching between groups of PID
constants according to the temperature zone. You can set a maximum of seven temperature zones. When shipped from the factory, the UP750 is configured so that it operates in
zone 1 only and uses only one group of PID constants.
● When One Group of PID Constants is Used (factory-set default)
As shown in the figure below, the controller uses one group of PID constants over the
range from the minimum value to the maximum value of the primary PV input range.
Program setpoint
Maximum value of primary
PV input range (RH1)
PV input value
1st group of
PID constants
Minimum value of primary
PV input range (RL1)
Segment 1
Segment 2
<Controller Settings>
-
Configure the 1st group of PID constants
(1.P, 1.I and 1.D operating parameters).
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● Selection of PID Constants when the Control Range is Split into Three
Zones
As shown in the figure below, three zones are set for the controller to automatically switch
from one group of PID constants to another. Two zones can also be set for the controller to
switch between two groups of PID constants.
[1]
The controller uses the 1st group of PID constants if the PV input value is within the
zone set off by the minimum value of the primary PV input range and reference point
1.
[2]
The controller uses the 2nd group of PID constants if the PV input value is within the
zone set off by reference point 1 and reference point 2.
[3]
The controller uses the 3rd group of PID constants if the PV input value is within the
zone set off by reference point 2 and the maximum value of the primary PV input
range.
Maximum value of primary
PV input range (RH1)
Program setpoint
3 3rd group of
PID constants
Reference point 2
(2.RP1)
2 2nd group of
PID constants
Reference point 1
(1.RP1)
PV input value
1 1st group of
PID constants
Minimum value of primary
PV input range (RL1)
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
<Controller Settings>
• Splitting the control range into two zones
-
To split the control range into two zones, define reference point 1 (i.e., the 1.RP1
setup parameter).
-
Define the 1st and 2nd groups of PID constants (i.e., the 1.P, 1.I and 1.D
operating parameters for the 1st group and the 2.P, 2.I and 2.D operating
parameters for the 2nd group).
• Splitting the control range into three zones
-
To split the control range into three zones, define reference points 1 and 2
(i.e., the 1.RP1 and 2.RP1 setup parameters).
-
Define the 1st, 2nd and 3rd groups of PID constants (i.e., the 1.P, 1.I and 1.D
operating parameters for the 1st group, the 2.P, 2.I and 2.D operating parameters
for the 2nd group and the 3.P, 3.I and 3.D operating parameters for the 3rd
group).
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● Selecting PID Constants According to the Deviation
PID constants can be selected according to the deviation in two ways. One method is to
select a group of PID constants only by a deviation from a program setpoint. The other
method is to use a reference point, as discussed earlier, as well as a deviation from a
program setpoint, to switch between groups of PID constants.
[Method 1]
As shown in the figure below, the controller selects the PID constants of the group number
set in PID group number (GRP) if the PV input value goes beyond the given deviation from
the program setpoint.
[1]
The controller uses the 1st group of PID constants.
[2]
The controller uses the PID constants of the group number set in PID group number
(GRP).
PV input value
Maximum value of primary
PV input range (RH1)
[2]
[2]
Reference
deviation (RDV1)
Reference
deviation (RDV1)
[1]
[1]
Program setpoint
[1]
[2]
Minimum value of primary
PV input range (RL1)
Segment 1
Segment 2
[Method 2]
As shown in the figure below, the controller selects an appropriate group of PID constants
for each zone and, if the PV input value goes beyond the given deviation from the program
setpoint, selects the PID constants of the group number set in PID group number (GRP).
[1]
The controller uses the 1st group of PID constants if the PV input value is both within
the zone set off by the minimum value of the primary PV input range and reference
point 1 and within the given reference deviation bandwidth.
[2]
The controller uses the 2nd group of PID constants if the PV input value is both within
the zone set off by reference points 1 and the maximum value of the primary PV input
range, and within the given reference deviation bandwidth.
[3]
The controller uses the PID constants of the group number set in PID group number
(GRP).
PV input value
Maximum value of primary
PV input range (RH1)
[3]
[3]
Reference
deviation (RDV1)
Reference
deviation (RDV1)
[2]
[2]
Reference point 1
(1.RP1)
[1]
Program setpoint
[1]
[3]
Minimum value of primary
PV input range (RL1)
Segment 1
Segment 2
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■ Retaining the End-of-Program State (Hold-mode End)
This function keeps the controller in the same state as when program operation was
completed.
When in hold operation, the controller retains its states of control output and event output.
To cancel hold operation, use either key operation or external contact input. When the hold
operation is cancelled, the control output is set to 0% or OFF, and the event output is set to
OFF.
To retain the end-of-program state, set the Junction Code program parameter of the segment in question to “1.”
End of program
Setpoint
Time
■ Suspending the Progress of a Program (Wait Function)
When a running program moves from one segment to another, the wait function places the
program in a wait (stand-by) state, by using a wait zone and a wait time, until any deviation
is cancelled.
A wait zone is a deviation bandwidth from which the degree of PV input tracking is judged.
A wait time is the length of time that elapses until the PV input enters the wait zone. The
program progresses if the PV input fails to re-enter the wait zone within the wait time.
When the program is in wait state, the time setpoints of Segment Time and Time Event
parameters temporarily cease to be passed. At this point, the output based on the Time
Event parameter is retained.
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Operations
This chapter describes key entries for operating the controller. For operations using
external contact inputs, see “1.5 Terminal Wiring Diagrams.” If you cannot remember how to carry out an operation during setting, press the DISP key no more than
four times. This brings you to the display (operating display) that appears at poweron.
4.1
Monitoring-purpose Operating Displays
Available during Operation
The monitoring-purpose operating displays available during operation include those for
cascade control and those for cascade heating/cooling control.
■ Operating Displays for Cascade Control
䊊 In Cascade and Program Operation
● SP1 Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the current target setpoint (SP1), the
program pattern number (PTNO) selected, the segment number (SEGNO) for which
operation is in progress, the number of segments included in the selected program pattern,
the remaining time of the segment for which operation is in progress, the current number of
repetitions (RCY), and the total sum of repetitions.
● CSP2 Display (PV2 lamp ON)
The PV input value of the secondary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the cascade setpoint of the secondary-loop (CSP2), the program pattern number (PTNO) selected, the segment number
(SEGNO) for which operation is in progress, the number of segments included in the
selected program pattern, the remaining time of the segment for which operation is in
progress, the current number of repetitions (RCY), and the total sum of repetitions.
● Target SP1 Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the current target setpoint (SP1) and
final target setpoint (TSP), the program pattern number (PTNO) selected, the segment
number (SEGNO) for which operation is progress, the number of segments included in the
selected program pattern, the program pattern name (only displayed when setting the
program pattern name using an optional parameter setting tool (model: LL100-E10)).
● PV2/SP/OUT2 Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the PV input value of the secondaryloop (PV2), the program setpoint of the primary-loop (SP1), the cascade setpoint of the
secondary-loop (C.SP2), and the control output value of the secondary-loop (OUT2).
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● Deviation Trend Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the deviation trend.
● Pattern Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the selected program pattern.
● Event Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the event number for which an event
has occurred.
SP1:
25.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h20
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
DISP
key
SP2:
30.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h20
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
C.
DISP
SP1 =
25.0 / 80.0°C
SEGNO: 1/ 3
PV2 = 50.0 °C PID :
SP1 = 25.0°C
C.SP2 = 30.0°C
OUT2 =
70 %
CSP2 display
(PV2 lamp ON)
For monitoring only.
Target SP1 display
For monitoring only.
PV2/SP/OUT2 display
Allows the control output value to be changed
during manual operation.
Deviation Trend display
For monitoring only.
Pattern display
For monitoring only.
Event display
For monitoring only.
key
1/1
DISP
DV1-trend /scan=
For monitoring only.
However, allows the setpoint and segment time
to be changed during hold mode operation
(soak segment).
key
PTNO = 1
DISP
SP1 display
key
20sec
+
0
-
DISP
key
PTN
1
SEG
1
DISP
key
TME 1
PVE
ALM
21
3
DISP
key
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䊊 In Cascade and Local of Primary-loop Operation
● LSP1 Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the current target setpoint (LSP1),
the program pattern number (PTNO) selected, the segment number (SEGNO) for which
operation is in progress, the number of segments included in the selected program pattern,
the remaining time of the segment for which operation is in progress, the current number of
repetitions (RCY), and the total sum of repetitions.
● CSP2 Display (PV2 lamp ON)
The PV input value of the secondary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the cascade setpoint of the secondary-loop (CSP2), the program pattern number (PTNO) selected, the segment number
(SEGNO) for which operation is in progress, the number of segments included in the
selected program pattern, the remaining time of the segment for which operation is in
progress, the current number of repetitions (RCY), and the total sum of repetitions.
● Target SP1 Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the current target setpoint (SP1) and
final target setpoint (TSP), the program pattern number (PTNO) selected, the segment
number (SEGNO) for which operation is progress, the number of segments included in the
selected program pattern, the program pattern name (only displayed when setting the
program pattern name using an optional parameter setting tool (model: LL100-E10)).
● PV2/SP/OUT2 Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the PV input value of the secondaryloop (PV2), the program setpoint of the primary-loop (SP1), the cascade setpoint of the
secondary-loop (C.SP2), and the control output value of the secondary-loop (OUT2).
● Deviation Trend Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the deviation trend.
● Pattern Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the selected program pattern.
● Event Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the event number for which an event
has occurred.
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SP1:
25.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h20
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
L.
DISP
SP2:
30.0°C
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
DISP
SP1 =
25.0 / 80.0°C
SEGNO: 1/ 3
PV2 = 50.0 °C PID :
L.SP1 = 25.0°C
C.SP2 = 30.0°C
OUT2 =
70 %
Allows the local setpoint of the primary-loop to be changed.
Target SP1 display
For monitoring only.
PV2/SP/OUT2 display
Allows the control output value to be changed
during manual operation.
Deviation Trend display
For monitoring only.
Pattern display
For monitoring only.
Event display
For monitoring only.
key
1/1
DISP
DV1-trend /scan=
CSP2 display
(PV2 lamp ON)
key
PTNO = 1
DISP
For monitoring only.
key
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h20
C.
LSP1 display
key
20sec
+
0
-
DISP
key
PTN
1
SEG
1
DISP
key
TME 1
PVE
ALM
21
3
DISP
key
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■ Operating Displays for Cascade Heating/Cooling Control
䊊 In Cascade and Program Operation
● SP1 Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the current target setpoint (SP1), the
program pattern number (PTNO) selected, the segment number (SEGNO) for which
operation is in progress, the number of segments included in the selected program pattern,
the remaining time of the segment for which operation is in progress, the current number of
repetitions (RCY), and the total sum of repetitions.
● CSP2 Display (PV2 lamp ON)
The PV input value of the secondary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the cascade setpoint of the secondary-loop (CSP2), the program pattern number (PTNO) selected, the segment number
(SEGNO) for which operation is in progress, the number of segments included in the
selected program pattern, the remaining time of the segment for which operation is in
progress, the current number of repetitions (RCY), and the total sum of repetitions.
● Target SP1 Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the current target setpoint (SP1) and
final target setpoint (TSP), the program pattern number (PTNO) selected, the segment
number (SEGNO) for which operation is progress, the number of segments included in the
selected program pattern, the program pattern name (only displayed when setting the
program pattern name using an optional parameter setting tool (model: LL100-E10)).
● Heating/Cooling PV2/SP/OUT2 Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the PV input value of the secondaryloop (PV2), the program setpoint of the primary-loop (SP1), the cascade setpoint of the
secondary-loop (C.SP2), and the heating-side control output value (H2) and cooling-side
control output value (C2) of the secondary-loop.
● Deviation Trend Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the deviation trend.
● Pattern Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the selected program pattern.
● Event Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the event number for which an event
has occurred.
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SP1:
25.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h20
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
DISP
key
SP2:
30.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h20
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
C.
DISP
SP1 =
25.0 / 80.0°C
SEGNO: 1/ 3
PV2 = 50.0 °C PID :
SP1 = 25.0°C
C.SP2 = 30.0°C
C2
= 70 % H2 =
DV1-trend /scan=
CSP2 display
(PV2 lamp ON)
For monitoring only.
Target SP1 display
For monitoring only.
key
1/1
0%
DISP
For monitoring only.
However, allows the setpoint and segment time
to be changed during hold mode operation
(soak segment).
key
PTNO = 1
DISP
SP1 display
Heating/Cooling
PV2/SP/OUT2 display
Allows the control output value to be changed
during manual operation.
key
20sec
+
0
Deviation Trend display
For monitoring only.
Pattern display
For monitoring only.
Event display
For monitoring only.
-
DISP
key
PTN
1
SEG
1
DISP
key
TME 1
PVE
ALM
21
3
DISP
key
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䊊 In Cascade and Local of Primary-loop Operation
● LSP1 Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the current target setpoint (LSP1),
the program pattern number (PTNO) selected, the segment number (SEGNO) for which
operation is in progress, the number of segments included in the selected program pattern,
the remaining time of the segment for which operation is in progress, the current number of
repetitions (RCY), and the total sum of repetitions.
● CSP2 Display (PV2 lamp ON)
The PV input value of the secondary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the cascade setpoint of the secondary-loop (CSP2), the program pattern number (PTNO) selected, the segment number
(SEGNO) for which operation is in progress, the number of segments included in the
selected program pattern, the remaining time of the segment for which operation is in
progress, the current number of repetitions (RCY), and the total sum of repetitions.
● Target SP1 Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the current target setpoint (SP1) and
final target setpoint (TSP), the program pattern number (PTNO) selected, the segment
number (SEGNO) for which operation is progress, the number of segments included in the
selected program pattern, the program pattern name (only displayed when setting the
program pattern name using an optional parameter setting tool (model: LL100-E10)).
● Heating/Cooling PV2/SP/OUT2 Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the PV input value of the secondaryloop (PV2), the program setpoint of the primary-loop (SP1), the cascade setpoint of the
secondary-loop (C.SP2), and the heating-side control output value (H2) and cooling-side
control output value (C2) of the secondary-loop.
● Deviation Trend Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the deviation trend.
● Pattern Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the selected program pattern.
● Event Display
The PV input value of the primary-loop appears on the PV display.
On the Setpoint display (LCD), the controller displays the event number for which an event
has occurred.
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SP1:
25.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h20
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
L.
DISP
30.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h20
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
DISP
SP1 =
25.0 / 80.0°C
SEGNO: 1/ 3
PV2 = 50.0 °C PID :
L.SP1 = 25.0°C
C.SP2 = 30.0°C
C2
= 70 % H2 =
DV1-trend /scan=
Allows the local setpoint of the primary-loop to be changed.
Target SP1 display
For monitoring only.
key
1/1
0%
DISP
CSP2 display
(PV2 lamp ON)
key
PTNO = 1
DISP
For monitoring only.
key
SP2:
C.
LSP1 display
Heating/Cooling
PV2/SP/OUT2 display
Allows the control output value to be changed
during manual operation.
key
20sec
+
0
Deviation Trend display
For monitoring only.
Pattern display
For monitoring only.
Event display
For monitoring only.
-
DISP
key
PTN
1
SEG
1
DISP
key
TME 1
PVE
ALM
21
3
DISP
key
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Performing/Canceling Auto-tuning of
Secondary-loop
Perform auto-tuning when you have finished setting local setpoint of secondary-loop. Make
sure the controller is in program (RUN) mode or in local (LOCAL) mode and automatic
(AUTO) mode for the secondary-loop before carrying out auto-tuning of secondary-loop.
See “4.7 Switching between RUN and RESET Modes,” to change to RUN or “4.8 Switching between Cascade (CAS) and Local (LSP)” to change to LSP for the secondary-loop
and “4.9 Switching between AUTO and MAN of Secondary-loop” to change to AUTO.
PID constants are obtained by using the current program setpoint value at the start of autotuning.
NOTE
When on-off control is being used, auto-tuning cannot be carried out. Moreover, do not
perform auto-tuning when controlling any of the following processes.
• Control processes with quick response such as flow control or pressure control
• Processes where even temporary output on/off results in inconvenience
• Processes where a large output change at control element results in inconvenience
• Processes where variations in PV may exceed an allowable range, adversely affecting
product quality
1.
Bring the operating display into view (display appears at power on).
PRG lamp
ON.
PV2
PV
Displays
target setpoint
(SP1).
PVE1
PVE2
TME
MAN2 lamp
OFF.
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
CAS lamp
OFF.
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
SP1:
10.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM=0h20
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
In steps 2 and later, illustrations of the LCD are cited to explain the procedure.
2.
Press the
key for more than 3 seconds
to call up the main menu “PROG”.
SET/ENT
PROG
programming
main menu
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
Press the
key three times to display
the main menu “LP2”.
LP2
loop 2 parameter
main menu
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
3.
RESET
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
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6.
Press the
key once to display the
submenu “PAR”.
SET/ENT
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint. Tuning for 1st group of
PID is AT = 1.
PAR
parameter
MENU:LP2/PAR
auto tuning switch
sub menu
AT
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
RUN
RESET
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
MENU:LP2/PAR
auto tuning switch
=
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
7.
#1
RUN
RESET
Press the
key once to register the
value. (This starts auto-tuning.)
If the
key is pressed when AT = OFF,
auto-tuning will be cancelled. In this case,
PID contains the value existing before
auto-tuning.
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
DISP
To cancel auto-tuning, set AT = OFF.
OFF
MODE
Blinks during
change.
DISP
Press the
key once again to display
the parameter “AT”.
AT
#1
changing!
1
=
PT.No
5.
RESET
MENU:LP2/PAR
auto tuning switch
AT
=
SET/ENT
#1
1
MODE
PT.No
8.
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<4. Operations>
DISP
RUN
RESET
During auto-tuning, the panel indications become as shown below.
PRG lamp
ON.
PV2
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
MAN2 lamp
blinks.
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
CAS lamp
OFF.
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
PV2
SP1
L.SP2
OUT2
= 50.0°C PID :
= 55.0°C
= 54.0°C
= 100.0%
1/1
Auto-tuning is complete when the MAN2 lamp goes off.
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Performing/Canceling Auto-tuning of Primaryloop
Perform auto-tuning when you have finished creating program patterns. Make sure the
controller is in program (RUN) mode and in cascade (CAS) mode before carrying out autotuning. See “4.7 Switching between RUN and RESET Modes,” to change to RUN or “4.8
Switching between Cascade (CAS) and Local (LSP)” to change to CAS.
PID constants are obtained by using the current program setpoint value at the start of autotuning.
* To perform auto-tuning of the primary-loop, PID of the secondary-loop should be the
appropriate value.
NOTE
When on-off control is being used, auto-tuning cannot be carried out. Moreover, do not
perform auto-tuning when controlling any of the following processes.
• Control processes with quick response such as flow control or pressure control
• Processes where even temporary output on/off results in inconvenience
• Processes where a large output change at control element results in inconvenience
• Processes where variations in PV may exceed an allowable range, adversely affecting
product quality
1.
Bring the operating display into view (display appears at power on).
PRG lamp
ON.
PV2
PV
Displays
target setpoint
(SP1).
PVE1
PVE2
TME
MAN1 lamp
OFF.
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
CAS lamp
ON.
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
SP1:
10.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM=0h20
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
In steps 2 and later, illustrations of the LCD are cited to explain the procedure.
2.
Press the
key for more than 3 seconds
to call up the main menu “PROG”.
SET/ENT
PROG
programming
main menu
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
Press the
key twice to display the main
menu “LP1”.
LP1
loop 1 parameter
main menu
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
3.
RESET
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
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6.
Press the
key once to display the
submenu “PAR”.
SET/ENT
Press the
or
key to display the
required setpoint. Tuning for 1st group of
PID is AT = 1.
PAR
parameter
MENU:LP1/PAR
auto tuning switch
sub menu
AT
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
#1
changing!
1
=
Blinks during
change.
DISP
RUN
RESET
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
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Press the
key once again to display
the parameter “AT”.
SET/ENT
MENU:LP1/PAR
auto tuning switch
DISP
RUN
RESET
To cancel auto-tuning, set AT = OFF.
7.
#1
Press the
key once to register the
value. (This starts auto-tuning.)
If the
key is pressed when AT = OFF,
auto-tuning will be cancelled. In this case,
PID contains the value existing before
auto-tuning.
SET/ENT
SET/ENT
AT
=
SET/ENT
OFF
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
MENU:LP1/PAR
auto tuning switch
AT
=
SET/ENT
1
MODE
PT.No
8.
#1
DISP
RUN
RESET
During auto-tuning, the panel indications become as shown below.
PRG lamp
ON.
PV2
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
MAN1 lamp
blinks.
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
CAS lamp
ON.
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
PV2
SP1
L.SP2
OUT2
= 50.0°C PID :
= 55.0°C
= 54.0°C
= 100.0%
1/1
Auto-tuning is complete when the MAN1 lamp goes off.
4.4
Setting PID of Secondary-loop Manually
If you know the values to be set or if suitable PID constants cannot be obtained by autotuning, follow the procedure below to set values.
1.
Bring the operating display into view (display appears at power on).
PV2
PRG lamp
ON.
PV
Displays the
current setpoint
(SP1).
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
SP1:
10.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h20
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
In steps 2 and later, illustrations of the LCD are cited to explain the procedure.
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2.
Press the
key for more than 3 seconds
to call up the main menu “PROG”.
SET/ENT
6.
Press the
key once to display the
parameter “1.P”.
SET/ENT
MENU:LP2/1.PID
proportional band
PROG
programming
main menu
SET/ENT
MODE
1.P
RUN
PT.No
7.
4.
1.P
PT.No
8.
SET/ENT
Press the
setpoint.
parameter
sub menu
PT.No
5.
key to display the
SET/ENT
#1
Blinks during
change.
DISP
RUN
RESET
key once to register the
MENU:LP2/1.PID
proportional band
PAR
MODE
MODE
RESET
Press the
key once to display the
submenu “PAR”.
SET/ENT
RESET
changing!
18.0%
=
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
RUN
MENU:LP2/1.PID
proportional band
loop 2 parameter
main menu
PT.No
DISP
Press the
or
required setpoint.
LP2
MODE
#1
5.0%
MODE
RESET
Press the
key three times to display
the main menu “LP2”.
SET/ENT
=
SET/ENT
DISP
PT.No
3.
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1.P
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
=
18.0%
MODE
RESET
#1
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
The same steps can be used for integral
time (1.I) and derivative time (1.D) that are
displayed after this.
Press the
key once to display the
submenu “1.PID”.
1.PID
PID parameter SPno.1
sub menu
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
9.
DISP
RUN
RESET
Press the
key for more than 3 seconds. This returns you to the display shown at power-on
(figure below).
SET/ENT
PV2
PRG lamp
ON.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
SP1:
10.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM=0h20
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
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Setting PID of Primary-loop Manually
If you know the values to be set or if suitable PID constants cannot be obtained by autotuning, follow the procedure below to set values.
1.
Bring the operating display into view (display appears at power on).
PV2
PRG lamp
ON.
PV
Displays the
current setpoint
(SP1).
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
SP1:
10.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h20
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
In steps 2 and later, illustrations of the LCD are cited to explain the procedure.
2.
Press the
key for more than 3 seconds
to call up the main menu “PROG”.
SET/ENT
6.
Press the
key once to display the
parameter “1.P”.
SET/ENT
MENU:LP1/1.PID
proportional band
PROG
programming
main menu
SET/ENT
MODE
RUN
PT.No
7.
4.
parameter
sub menu
PT.No
5.
key to display the
PT.No
8.
Press the
setpoint.
SET/ENT
#1
Blinks during
change.
DISP
RUN
RESET
key once to register the
MENU:LP1/1.PID
proportional band
PAR
MODE
MODE
RESET
SET/ENT
RESET
changing!
18.0%
=
SET/ENT
Press the
key once to display the
submenu “PAR”.
SET/ENT
1.P
DISP
RUN
RUN
MENU:LP1/1.PID
proportional band
loop 1 parameter
main menu
PT.No
DISP
Press the
or
required setpoint.
LP1
MODE
5.0%
MODE
RESET
Press the
key twice to display the main
menu “LP1”.
SET/ENT
=
SET/ENT
DISP
PT.No
3.
1.P
#1
=
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
1.P
RESET
Press the
key once to display the
submenu “1.PID”.
#1
18.0%
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
The same steps can be used for integral
time (1.I) and derivative time (1.D) that are
displayed after this.
1.PID
PID parameter SPno.1
sub menu
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
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Press the
key for more than 3 seconds. This returns you to the display shown at power-on
(figure below).
SET/ENT
PV2
PRG lamp
ON.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
4.6
DISP
RUN
RESET
SP1:
10.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM=0h20
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
Selecting the Program Pattern Number (PT.No)
The following operating procedure selects program pattern 1. A program pattern number
can only be selected when the controller is in a RESET mode.
NOTE
If contact input, which is used to select between program pattern numbers is on, any
program pattern number cannot be selected by key operation.
1.
Bring the operating display into view (appears at power-on).
PV2
RST lamp
ON.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
2.
Press the
PT.No
SP1:
DISP
RUN
RESET
0.0°C
PTNO: 0
TM=-------
SEGNO: 0/ 0
RCY: 0/ 0
key. This selects the program pattern number.
PV2
RST lamp
ON.
Select the program
pattern number of the
controller being operated.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
SP1:
25.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h20
SEGNO: 0/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
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Switching between RUN and RESET Modes
The following operating procedure switches the RUN mode and the RESET mode.
1.
Brings the operating display into view (appears at power-on).
PV2
RST lamp
ON.
Select the program
pattern number of the
controller being operated.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
DISP
PT.No
2.
Press the
RUN
RUN
PV2
PRG lamp
ON.
25.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM=-------
SEGNO: 0/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
PV
Displays the time
of segment 1.
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
DISP
PT.No
Press the
SP1:
key for 2 seconds. The selected program pattern starts.
Start of operation
3.
RESET
RESET
RUN
RESET
SP1:
25.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h20
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
key for 2 seconds. The running program stops.
PV2
Stop of operation
RST lamp
ON.
PV
The time reading
changes to "-------".
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
DISP
PT.No
RUN
RESET
SP1:
25.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM=-------
SEGNO: 0/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
When in the RESET mode, the controller provides the following input/output values.
PV input
Value of process variable
Control output
Preset output value (factory-set to 0%)
Event output
OFF, if there is any event.
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Switching between Cascade (CAS) and Local
(LSP)
NOTE
If CAS and LSP have been switched using contact input, when the contact input is ON,
switching between CAS and LSP cannot be achieved by keystroke.
1.
Brings the operating display into view (appears at power-on).
PV2
PRG or LOC
lamp ON.
PV
Displays the
current setpoint
(SP1).
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
2.
DISP
RUN
RESET
SP1:
30.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h18
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
Press the MODE key several times to display the MODE:LSP mode parameter.
The figure below is an example of changing the CAS mode to the LSP mode.
PV2
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
MODE DISPLAY
LSP/CAS select
DISP
RUN
RESET
MODE :
3.
#6
changing!
LSP
Press the
key once. The controller switches to the local setpoint of the secondary-loop.
The figure below is an example of the display after a change from the CAS mode to the LSP mode.
SET/ENT
PV2
CAS lamp is
OFF in LSP.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
SP1:
30.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h18
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
* CAS lamp is ON in CAS mode.
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Switching between AUTO and MAN of
Secondary-loop
NOTE
If AUTO and MAN have been switched using contact input, when the contact input is ON,
switching between AUTO and MAN cannot be achieved by keystroke.
1.
Brings the operating display into view (appears at power-on).
PV2
PRG or LOC
lamp ON.
PV
Displays the
current setpoint
(SP1).
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
2.
DISP
RUN
RESET
SP1:
30.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h18
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
[To change from AUTO to MAN mode]
Press the MODE key several times to display the MODE:MAN2 mode parameter.
[To change from MAN to AUTO mode]
Press the MODE key several times to display the MODE:AUTO2 mode parameter.
The figure below is an example of changing the AUTO mode to the MAN mode.
PV2
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
MODE DISPLAY
AUTO/MAN2 select
DISP
RUN
RESET
MODE :
3.
#5
changing!
MAN2
Press the
key once. The controller switches to either MAN-mode or AUTO-mode operation.
The figure below is an example of the display after a change from the AUTO mode to the MAN
mode.
SET/ENT
PV2
MAN2 lamp is
ON in MAN.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
PV2 =
SP1 =
C.SP2 =
OUT2 =
30°C PID :
45°C
40°C
40.0%
1/1
* MAN2 lamp is OFF in AUTO.
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4.10 Manipulating Control Output during Manual
Operation
NOTE
Control output cannot be changed if the controller is in the RESET mode. In this case, the
preset output value (operating parameter PO) will be output.
A control output value is linked with a display value changed using the
or
that the control output changes as displayed without requiring the
key.
key. Note
SET/ENT
1.
Bring manual operating display into view. For switching to manual operation, see “4.9 Switching
between AUTO and MAN of Secondary-loop.”
PV2
PV
PVE1
MAN2 lamp
ON.
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
2.
Press the
or
SP1 = 50°C
PID: 1
PTNO: 1 SEGNO: 1/ 3
DISP
RUN
OUT:
RESET
30.0%
key to change a control output value. You don’t need to press the
PV2
SET/ENT
key.
PV
PVE1
MAN2 lamp
ON.
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
SP1 = 50°C
PID: 1
PTNO: 1 SEGNO: 1/ 3
DISP
PT.No
RUN
OUT:
RESET
40.0%
■ Manipulating the Control Output during Heating/Cooling Control
Showing the Heating/Cooling OUT display.
PV2
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MAN2 lamp
ON.
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
PV2 =
SP1 =
C.SP2 =
C2 =
Cooling-side
output
50.0 °C PID :
25.0°C
30.0°C
70.0 % H2 =
1/1
0.0 %
Heating/Cooling OUT
display
Heating-side
output
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● Controller Behavior and Control Output Manipulation when the Dead Band
is Positive
The following is an example when the DB parameter is set at 12.4%.
key with the heating-side output under manipulation (i.e., coolingIf you hold down the
side output C2 = 0.0%), the heating-side output (H2 =) decreases. Consequently, both the
heating-side and cooling-side outputs change to 0.0%. If you keep the
key held down
longer, you enter the state of manipulating the cooling-side output, and its value begins to
increase.
Inversely, if you hold down the
key with the cooling-side output under manipulation
(i.e., heating-side output H2 = 0.0%), the cooling-side output (C2 =) decreases. Consequently, both the heating-side and cooling-side outputs go to 0.0%. If you keep the
key
held down longer, you enter the state of manipulating the heating-side output, and its value
begins to increase.
Output (%)
Dead band:
Operating parameter DB
-12.4
0
Cooling-side
manipulated output
12.4
Heating-side
manipulated output
DB=12.4
Change in manipulated output when the dead band is positive
● Controller Behavior and Control Output Manipulation when the Dead Band
is Negative
The following is an example when the DB parameter is set at -12.4%.
key with the heating-side output under manipulation (i.e., coolingIf you hold down the
side output C2 = 0.0%), the heating-side output (H2 =) decreases. If the output H2 falls
below 24.8%, the cooling-side output C2 begins to increase from 0.0%. If you keep the
key held down longer and the output C2 rises above 24.8%, the output H2 goes to 0.0%
and you enter the state of manipulating the cooling-side output.
Output (%)
24.8
-12.4
0
Cooling-side
manipulated output
12.4
Heating-side
manipulated output
DB=-12.4
Change in manipulated output when the dead band is negative
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4.11 Enabling/Disabling the Hold Mode of Program
Operation
Enabling/disabling the hold mode of program operation should be done when the controller
is in operation.
The following operating procedure is an example of setting program operation in the hold
mode.
1.
Bring the operating display into view (appears at power-on).
PV2
RPG lamp
ON.
PV
Displays the
current setpoint
(SP1).
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
2.
DISP
RUN
RESET
SP1:
80.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 1h20
SEGNO: 2/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
[To enable the hold mode of program operation]
Press the MODE key once to display the HOLD:ON mode parameter.
[To disable the hold mode of program operation]
Press the MODE key once to display the HOLD:OFF mode parameter.
The figure below is an example of enabling the hold mode of program operation.
PV2
PV
Blinks during
change.
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
MODE DISPLAY
PROG-hold switch
DISP
RUN
RESET
HOLD :
3.
Press the
SET/ENT
#1
changing!
ON
key once. The controller switches to either the non-hold mode or the hold mode.
HLD lamp is ON in Hold.
HLD lamp is OFF in non-Hold.
PV2
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
SP1:
80.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h20
SEGNO: 2/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
* Other operating procedures for disabling the hold mode:
[1]
Press the RUN key for two seconds during hold-mode operation. In this case, the
controller resumes program operation.
[2]
Execute the “advance” function during hold-mode operation. In this case, the
segment is advanced.
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4.12 Changing Program Setpoints when in Hold
Mode
The following operating procedure changes program setpoints when program operation in
soak segment is put in hold mode.
When you have finished changing the setpoints, disable the hold mode of program operation as instructed in, “4.11 Enabling/Disabling the Hold Mode of Program Operation.” The
controller resumes program operation when the hold mode is disabled.
1.
Set program operation in the hold mode. To do this, see “4.11 Enabling/Disabling the Hold Mode
of Program Operation.”
PV2
HLD lamp
ON.
PV
This symbol appears for
soak segments only.
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
2.
Press the
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
RESET
key once to display the symbol “
PV2
SP1:
80.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h20
SEGNO: 2/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
”.
PV
Make sure the “ ”
symbol is shown.
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
3.
Press the
or
DISP
RUN
RESET
SP1:
80.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h20
SEGNO: 2/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
key to change the setpoint.
PV2
Blinks during
change.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
4.
Press the
SET/ENT
SP1:
DISP
RUN
RESET
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h20
85.0 ?
SEGNO: 2/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
key once to register the setpoint.
PV2
The question mark
changes to “°C”.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
SP1:
85.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h20
SEGNO: 2/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
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4.13 Executing the “Advance” Function
The following operating procedure advances the controller from segment 1 to segment 2. If
you execute the “advance” function during hold-mode operation, the hold mode is disabled.
1.
Bring the current operating display for program operation into view.
PV2
PRG lamp
ON.
Indicates the controller is
running on segment 1.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
2.
Press the
MODE
DISP
RUN
RESET
SP1:
30.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h17
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
key twice to display the ADV:ON mode parameter.
PV2
PV
Blinks during
change.
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
3.
Press the
SET/ENT
DISP
RUN
RESET
MODE DISPLAY
#2
PROG-advance switch
changing!
ADV :
ON
key once. The controller resumes operation from the target setpoint of segment 1.
PV2
Indicates the controller is
running on segment 2.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
DISP
RUN
RESET
SP1:
80.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 1h20
SEGNO: 2/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
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4.14 Switching to Local-mode (LOCAL) of Primaryloop Operation
The controller can be switched to local-mode of the primary-loop operation when it is in
program operation or in a RESET mode.
The following operating procedure switches the controller to local-mode operation during
program operation.
1.
Bring the current display for program operation into view.
PV2
PRG or RST
lamp ON.
Indicates the controller is
running on segment 1.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
2.
Press the
MODE
DISP
RUN
RESET
SP1:
40.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM= 0h14
SEGNO: 1/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
key several times to display the LOC:ON mode parameter.
PV2
PV
Blinks during
change.
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
MODE DISPLAY
local drive switch
DISP
RUN
RESET
LOC
3.
:
#3
changing!
ON
Press the
key once. The controller begins running with a local setpoint (L.SP).
The figure below shows an example of setting the controller with the local setpoint of 50.0°C.
SET/ENT
PV2
LOC lamp
ON.
The symbol “L.” represents
a local setpoint.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
RUN
SP1:
50.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM=-------
SEGNO: 0/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
L.
DISP
RESET
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4.15 Changing Setpoints during Local-mode of
Primary-loop Operation
The following operating procedure changes setpoints during local-mode operation.
1.
Change the controller to local-mode operation. To do this, see “4.14 Switching to Local-mode
(LOCAL) of Primary-loop Operation.”
PV2
LOC lamp
ON.
The symbol “L.” represents
a local setpoint.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
2.
Press the
or
RUN
SP1:
50.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM=-------
SEGNO: 0/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
L.
DISP
RESET
key to change the local setpoint.
PV2
Blinks during
change.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
3.
Press the
SET/ENT
SP1:
L.
DISP
RUN
RESET
PTNO: 1
TM=-------
60.0 ?
SEGNO: 0/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
key once to register the setpoint.
PV2
The question mark
changes to “°C”.
PV
PVE1
PVE2
TME
1
2
3
4
AL
1
PRG
RST
HLD
LOC
MAN1
MAN2
CAS
SET/ENT
MODE
PT.No
RUN
SP1:
60.0°C
PTNO: 1
TM=-------
SEGNO: 0/ 3
RCY: 0/ 0
L.
DISP
RESET
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5.
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
5.1
Troubleshooting
■ Troubleshooting Flow
If the operating display does not appear after turning on the controller’s power, follow the
measures in the procedure below.
If a problem appears complicated, contact our sales representative.
Is the instrument
defective?
Yes
No
Totally
inoperable?
Is key
operation
faulty?
Yes
Yes
Check wiring on the
power supply
terminals.
Check the key lock
setting.
Check the supply
voltage.
No
Is display
faulty?
Yes
Turn off power, and
then turn it on
again.
No
Is I/O
signal faulty?
Yes
Check the
instrument’s I/O
specifications.
No
No
Correct the
error(s).
Is
key lock
enabled?
No communication
capability.
Yes
Ask the vendor for repair.
Does the code
include a communication
option?
Check the
communication-related
parameters.
Check the specifications
of communication
counterpart.
Correct?
Yes
No
Check
communication wiring.
No
Yes
Yes
Check the
instrument's suffix
code.
Check the specifications
of I/O counterpart for
wrong polarity.
Normal?
Is
communication
link faulty?
No
Disable
key lock.
Find the cause.
IMPORTANT
Take note of the parameter settings when asking the vendor for repair.
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■ Errors at Power on
The following table shows errors that may be detected by the fault diagnosis function when
the power is turned on.
Display position
(Note)
1
Description
of error
Error indication
E000
Faulty RAM
E001
Faulty ROM
E002
System data error Undefined
PV decimal point blinks.
None
Faulty calibration
value
Retransmission
Communication Remedy
output
Alarm
output
0% or less
or OFF
OFF
0% or less
Undefined
Undefined
Stopped
Faulty
Contact us
for repair.
Normal action Normal action Normal action Normal action
(out of
(out of
(out of
(out of
accuracy)
accuracy)
accuracy)
accuracy)
Normal
action
0% or less
Normal action
or OFF
Error code
Parameter error
(See description below.)
2
Control
output
PV
Check and
set the
initialized
parameters.
Normal action Normal action
Note 1: PV display
2: Setpoint display
An error code is displayed in the event of an error, according to its type.
An error code is a two-digit figure in which a combination of 6 bits of on and off is converted
into a decimal number.
The following shows the relationship between each bit and parameter to be checked for
abnormality.
6
Bit No.
5
4
3
2
1
0
Parameter to be checked Operation mode/output Operating parameters Setup parameters Range data UP mode Custom computing data Calibration data
For example, if an error occurs with the operating parameter and calibration data, the error
code will be as follows:
Bit No.
Error Code
–
–
6
2
2
5
2
4
1
2
0
3
2
2
3
2
1
2
2
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
1
Error code 21 is displayed.
Setpoint display unit
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■ Possible Errors during Operation
The following shows possible errors occurring during operations.
Display position
(Note)
Error indication
PV
Displays “RJC” and
PV alternately
RJC error
Measured
with RJC=0
E300
ADC error
105%
Control output
Alarm Retransmis- Commuoutput sion output nication
Normal action
Excessive PV
-5% or 105%
Out of -5 to 105%
OVER or -OVER
Auto-tuning
failure
(Time-out)
E200
Feedback resistor
burnout
Normal
action
Check wires and
sensor.
Normal
action
Normal action
Action with PID
existing before
auto-tuning
Check process.
Normal
action
Normal
Check process. Press
action
any key to erase error
indication.
Stopped
Stopped
Check the feedback
resistor.
Normal action
Normal
action
Check wires and
communication
parameters, and make
resetting. Recovery at
normal receipt
2
Left end of Setpoint
display unit blinks.
Faulty
communication
line
Decimal point at right end Runaway (due to
lights.
defective power Undefined
or noise)
1
No display
All indications off
Power off
Remedy
Faulty
Contact us for repair.
In AUTO:
Dependent on the Preset value output
BSL parameter
In MAN:
PV burnout error
Up-scale: 105% Normal action
Down-scale: -5%
B.OUT
3
Description
of error
0% or less or OFF
0% or
less
OFF
Faulty if power off/on
does not reset start
the unit. Contact us for
Stopped repair.
Check for abnormal
power.
None
Note 1: PV display
2: Setpoint display
3: Display showing the PV of the corresponding loop
■ Remedies if Power Failure Occurs during Operations
The operation status and remedies after a power failure differ with the length of power
failure time:
● Instantaneous Power Failure of 20 ms or less
A power failure is not detected. Normal operation continues.
● Power Failure of about 2 seconds or less
The following show effects caused in “settings” and “operation status.”
Alarm action
Continues. Alarm with standby function will enter standby status.
Settig parameter
Set contents of each parameter are retained.
Auto-tuning
Cancelled.
Control action
Action before power failure continues.
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● Power Failure of more than about 2 seconds
The following show effects caused in “settings” and “operation status.”
Alarm action
Continues. Alarm with standby function will enter standby status.
Setting parameter Set contents of each parameter are retained.
Auto-tuning
Cancelled.
Control action
Differs with setting of setup parameter “R.MD”(restart mode).
R.MD setting Control action after recovery from power failure
CONT
Action before power failure continues. (factory-shipped setting)
MAN
Outputs preset output value (PO) (NOTE) as control output and continues action set before power failure in MAN mode.
RESET
Outputs preset output value (PO) (NOTE) as control output and continues action set before power failure in AUTO mode.
Operation mode is set to RESET.
NOTE : For heating/cooling control, the preset output value is 50% of PID computation.
■ Troubleshooting when the Controller Fails to Operate Correctly
If your control tasks are not successful, check the preset parameters and controller wiring
before concluding the controller to be defective. The following show some examples of
troubleshooting you should refer to in order to avoid the possibility of other problems.
● The Controller does not Show the Correct Process Variable (PV).
• The UP750 controllers have a universal input.
The type of PV input can be set/changed using the parameter “IN1”. At this point, the
controller must be wired correctly according to the selected type of PV input. Check
the wiring first if the controller fails to show the correct PV value. To do this, refer to “2.
Initial Settings.”
With the parameters “RH1”, “RL1”, “SDP1”, “SH1” and “SL1”, it is possible to scale the
input signal and change its number of decimal places. Also check that these parameters are configured correctly.
● The Controller does not Provide any Control Output or the Control Output
does not Change at all.
• The UP750 controllers have a universal output.
The type of control output can be set/changed using the parameter “OT2”.
At this point, the controller must be wired correctly according to the selected type of
control output. Check the wiring first if the controller provides no control output. To do
this, refer to “1.5 Terminal Wiring Diagrams.”
With the parameters “OH” and “OL”, it is possible to set/change the high and low limits
of control output. The control output may not change at all, however, because of
restrictions on these parameters. Also check the restrictions on these parameters.
• The control output can only be changed when the controller is in the MAN mode.
If the MAN lamp is off (i.e., the controller is in the AUTO mode), you cannot change the
control output using key operation.
● The Control Output does not Change soon after the Target Setpoint SP has
been Changed.
• If this happens, check the setpoint of the parameter “MOD1”. In cases where fixedpoint control is selected as the PID control mode (MOD1 = 1), tracking based on the Iterm works to prevent the control output from changing suddenly even if the target
setpoint SP is varied.
The control output therefore may appear to be working incorrectly at first; however it
gradually adapts itself to the new target setpoint. Be especially careful when the
controller is in the fixed-point control mode; the control output may fail to change and
therefore result in a loss of control if you change the target setpoint SP too frequently.
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Maintenance
This section describes the cleaning and maintenance of the UP750.
5.2.1
Cleaning
The front panel and operation keys should be gently wiped with a dry cloth.
NOTE
Do not use alcohol, benzine, or any other solvents.
5.2.2
Replacing Brackets
When the brackets are broken or lost, purchase the following brackets for replacement.
Target Model
UP750
Part No.
T9115NL
Sales Unit
A large bracket and small bracket in pair
SEE ALSO
“1.2 How to Install,” for how to replace brackets.
5.2.3
Attaching Terminal Cover
When a terminal cover is necessary, purchase the following part.
Target Model
UP750
Part No.
T9115YD
Sales Unit
1
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■ Attaching Terminal Cover
The procedure for attaching the terminal cover is as follows.
Do not touch the terminals on the rear panel when power is being supplied to the controller.
Doing so may result in electric shock.
CAUTION
1.
Before attaching the terminal cover, turn off the source circuit breaker and use a tester to
check that the power cable is not conducting any electricity.
Before attaching the terminal cover, fold it once or twice so that the side which has the
“Handle With Care” symbol ( ), is on the outside.
Fold over.
Grooved
Fold over.
Grooved
Alert symbol
on the back
Folding Direction of Terminal Cover
NOTE
Do not fold the terminal cover the wrong way, doing so not only reduces the cover’s
strength but may also cause the hinge to crack, thereby disabling attachment.
2.
With the cover properly folded, fit its top and bottom holes to the protrusions of the
mounting brackets.
Fit the hole of the
terminal cover to the
protrusion on the
mounting bracket.
Attaching Terminal Cover
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Replacing Parts with a Limited Service Life
The following UP750 parts have a limited service life.
The service life given in the table assume that the controller is used under normal operating
conditions.
Service life
Part
Aluminum electrolytic condenser
About 10 years (rated)
Lithium battery for backup
About 10 years (rated)
Alarm output relays
About 100,000 more ON-OFF operations or with resistance load
Control output relays
About 100,000 more ON-OFF operations or with resistance load
If any of these parts, except control output relays, cause a controller failure due to deterioration, contact your dealer for replacement at your cost.
Control output relays can be replaced by yourself.
SEE ALSO
“5.2.5 Replacing Control Output Relays,” for how to replace the control output relays.
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Replacing Control Output Relays
This subsection describes how to replace the control output relays.
The replacement must be performed by an engineer qualified for the work.
Always turn off the power before starting the work in order to avoid electric shock.
CAUTION
1.
Do not pull out the internal unit for any other purpose other than to replace the control
output relays.
Insert a flat-blade screwdriver (tip width of 6 mm is recommended) into the opening with
the tip in parallel with the front panel, and then turn the screwdriver gently. Take this
procedure to four openings 1, 2, 3 and 4 (see the figure below) on the upper and lower
parts of the bezel, in order.
The bezel slightly moves forward from the housing.
1
2
4
3
2.
Push up the center of the bottom gasket of bezel by a finger to release the latch.
Latch (invisible in the panel)
Center of the bottom gasket
Panel
View from the bottom
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3.
Insert the flat-blade screwdriver into the four openings and flip the tip forward to move
the bezel more forward.
4.
Hold the bezel and pull it along with the internal unit out of the housing.
(Note) Be careful not to damage the RJC sensor.
5.
The location and number of the relays differ depending on the model code of the UP750.
Confirm the location of the control output relay to be replaced before pulling out the
relay.
Upper
Relay (UP750-0䊐)
Lower
Two relays (UP750-5䊐)
6.
Pull out the relay to be replaced.
The control output relays are easy to remove and mount, since they are connected via a
socket onto the print boards.
Insert the new relay in the socket. Use the following relay.
Manufacturer
Model
Power supply
OMRON
G6B-2114P-FD-US-P6B
12 V DC
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Insert the internal unit into the housing.
Apply power to the controller and confirm that the initial operating display is shown.
If the operating display is not shown properly, turn off the controller and pull out the
internal unit. Then, insert it into the housing again.
This completes replacement of the control output relay.
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6.
Parameters
6.1
Parameter Map
6-1
This section contains “Operating Parameter Map” and “Setup Parameter Map” for UP750
as a guideline for setting parameters.
These maps are helpful in finding the positions of the displays when setting the parameters, and should be used as a quick reference for the entire range of parameter displays.
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UP750 Operating Parameter Map
Operating Display
DISP
Operating
display 1
Operating
display 2
MODE
SET1S
DISP
Operating
display n
SET3S
DISP
SELECT
display 2
SELECT
display 3
SET3S
or
Main menu
DISP
HOLD
ADV
LOC
MODE
(A/M1)
MODE MODE
(A/M2)
MODE
(LSP/
CAS)
SST
SELECT
display 1
*
Operating
display 3
PROG
AL
SET
SET
LP1
SET
DISP
submenu
PAR
1.PID
7.PID
8.PID
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SELECT
display 4
SELECT
display 5
To program
parameter
setting display
submenu
[LOC]
on the Program
Parameter Map
A1
A2
A3
A4
See “3.5 Program Parameter Map.”
AT
SC
BS
FL
ORB
ORH
ORL
S.TM
1.P
1.I
1.D
1.OH
1.OL
1.MR
1.H
1.DR
1.Pc
1.Ic
1.Dc
1.Hc
1.DB
1.PO
1.Oc
*1
*2
*3
*3
7.P
7.I
7.D
7.OH
7.OL
7.MR
7.H
7.DR
7.Pc
7.Ic
7.Dc
7.Hc
7.DB
7.PO
7.Oc
8.P
8.I
8.D
8.OH
8.OL
8.MR
8.H
8.DR
8.Pc
8.Ic
8.Dc
8.Hc
8.DB
8.PO
8.Oc
*1 Not displayed for ON/OFF control
*2 Not displayed for heating/cooling control
*3 Displayed for heating/cooling control
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SET
Press the
MODE
Press the
MODE
key once.
DISP
Press the
DISP
key once.
Press the
SET/ENT
key for 1 second.
Press the
SET/ENT
key for 3 seconds.
SET1S
SET3S
Press the
key once.
or
key once.
*4
*5
LP2
USR
PYS1
PYS2
STUP
SET
SET
SET
SET
U1
U2
U3
Same
as LP1
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*6
1.a1
1.b1
1.a2
1.b2
1.a3
1.b3
1.a4
1.b4
1.a5
1.b5
1.a6
1.b6
1.a7
1.b7
1.a8
1.b8
1.a9
1.b9
1.a10
1.b10
1.a11
1.b11
1.PMD
2.a1
2.b1
2.a2
2.b2
2.a3
2.b3
2.a4
2.b4
2.a5
2.b5
2.a6
2.b6
2.a7
2.b7
2.a8
2.b8
2.a9
2.b9
2.a10
2.b10
2.a11
2.b11
2.PMD
Password
check display
OK
To setup
parameter
setting display
main menu
[PARA]
on the Setup
Parameter Map
Pressing the DISP key once when a parameter setting display is shown
retrieves the menu of that parameter setting display.
Example: Pressing the DISP key once when the [PAR] submenu is displayed,
will display the [LP1] main menu. Conversely, the [PAR] submenu
will reappear by pressing the DISP key once when the [PAR]
submenu’s “FL” parameter display is shown.
* SELECT displays 1 to 5 are shown only when they are registered.
*4 Main menu LP2 is displayed when UP mode is “Cascade control,” “Dual-loop control,” “Temperature and humidity control,”
“Cascade control with two universal inputs.”
*5 Main menu USR is displayed when UP mode is “Loop control with PV switching,” “Loop control with PV auto-selector,” “Loop
control with PV switching and two universal inputs,” “Loop control with PV auto-selector and two universal inputs.”
*6 Main menu PYS2 is displayed when UP mode is “Cascade control,” “Loop control with PV switching,” “Dual-loop control,”
“Temperature and humidity control,” “Cascade control with two universal inputs,” “Loop control with PV switching and two
universal inputs,” “Loop control with PV auto-selector and two universal inputs.”
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UP750 Setup Parameter Map
Password
check display
To operating parameter setting
display main menu [PROG]
(on the previous page)
OK
Main menu
DISP
PARA
submenu
SET
DISP
SET
DISP
SP
ALM
CTL
AIN
RET
TRND
LOCK
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SPT
TMU
SEG.T
PT2.G
PNC
SPH1
SPL1
SPH2
SPL2
Pressing the
CMLP
DISP
PEH1
PEH2
PEH3
PEH4
PEH5
PEH6
PEH7
PEH8
AL1
AL2
AL3
AL4
HY1
HY2
HY3
HY4
AMD
OPR1
OPR2
MOD1
MOD2
AR1
AR2
ZON
R.MD
R.TM
GRP
1.RP1
2.RP1
3.RP1
4.RP1
5.RP1
6.RP1
RHY1
RDV1
1.RP2
2.RP2
3.RP2
4.RP2
5.RP2
6.RP2
RHY2
RDV2
A.BS1
A.FL1
A.SR1
A.LC1
A.BS2
A.FL2
A.SR2
A.LC2
A.BS3
A.FL3
A.SR3
A.LC3
RET1
RTH1
RTL1
RET2
RTH2
RTL2
TSC1
TSC2
TTM
䉲/䉱
PTNo
RUN
MODE
PROG
LP1
LP2
PID
USR
PYS1
PYS2
PWD
key once when a parameter setting display is shown retrieves the submenu of that parameter setting display.
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SET
Press the
DISP
Press the
SET/ENT
DISP
Press the
TEST
UPMD
CONF
key once.
key once.
or
key once.
INIT
(Note)
SET
SET
DISP
SET
DISP
INI
*1
CSEL
DO
DI
MD
IN
OUT
R485
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
C.S1
C.S2
C.S3
C.S4
C.S5
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
R151
R152
R153
R154
R155
R156
R157
R158
R251
R252
R253
R254
R255
R256
R257
R258
PROG
RST
R/L1
LOC
HOLD
ADV
A/M1
A/M2
L/C
PTN.0
PTN.1
PTN.2
PTN.3
PTN.4
DP1
PTN.5
PTN.6
PTN.7
PTN.8
DP1
DP2
MG1
MG2
MG3
MG4
UPM
SMP
SMEC
IN3
UNI3
RH3
RL3
SDP3
SH3
SL3
BSL3
P.UN1
P.DP1
P.RH1
P.RL1
P.UN2
P.DP2
P.RH2
P.RL2
IN1
UNI1
RH1
RL1
SDP1
SH1
SL1
BSL1
RJC1
IN2
UNI2
RH2
RL2
SDP2
SH2
SL2
BSL2
RJC2
OT1
OT2
CT1
CT2
CTc1
CTc2
AO1
AO2
AO3
A1H
A1L
A2H
A2L
A3H
A3L
PSL1
BPS1
PRI1
STP1
DLN1
ADR1
RP.T1
PSL2
BPS2
PRI2
STP2
DLN2
ADR2
RP.T2
*1 Submenu R485 is displayed only for the controller with communication function.
Note: The parameter items shown on the [TEST] submenu of the setup parameter setting display are to be used by
Yokogawa service personnel to check the controller functions. User cannot set or change these parameters.
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Lists of Parameters
This section describes the functions of parameters briefly. In addition, each parameter table
has a “User Setting” column, where you can record your setpoints when setting them in the
controller.
* Parameters relating to PV or program setpoints should all be set in real numbers.
For example, use temperature values to define program setpoints and PV event
setpoints for temperature input.
* The “User Setting” column in the table is provided for the customer to record setpoints.
* Numbers in ( ) are the parameter setpoints that apply when the communication function is used. ex. AUTO2 (0), MAN2 (1).
■ Operation Mode Parameters
Located in: MODE key (
MODE
key on the instrument’s front panel)
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
Setting Range and Description
HOLD
ADV
LOC
A/M2
Pause of program
operation
Advance of segment
Set as “HOLD = ON” to enable the hold mode of program operation.
LSP/
CAS
SST
Local-mode
operation
AUTO/MAN
switching
(secondary-loop)
Local/Cascade
switching
Start-of-program
segment number
Initial Value
User
Setting
Set as “ADV = ON” to advance from the current segment to the next segment.
Set as “LOC = ON” to switch from program operation or RESET mode to local-mode operation.
To switch between AUTO and MAN:
To switch to AUTO mode, set as “MODE: AUTO2 (0).”
To switch to MAN mode, set as “MODE: MAN2 (1).”
To switch between Local and Cascade:
To switch to Local mode, set as “MODE: LSP (0).”
To switch to Cascade mode, set as “MODE: CAS (1).”
1 to 99
Program operation begins with the segment whose number is specified
by this parameter.
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■ Operating Parameters
● Instrument Alarm Setting Parameters
Located in: Main menu = AL
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
A1
Instrument alarm-1
setpoint
A2
Instrument alarm-2
setpoint
A3
Instrument alarm-3
setpoint
A4
Instrument alarm-4
setpoint
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
Allows alarm action to be set irrespective of the
program.
PV high limit/SP high
limit alarm: 100.0% of
PV input range
Deviation alarm: 0.0% of
PV input range span
Other PV/SP low limit
alarm: 0.0% of PV input range
Output high limit
alarm: 100.0%
Output low limit
alarm: 0.0%
PV alarm / SP alarm: -100.0 to 100.0% of
PV input range
Deviation alarm: -100.0 to 100.0% of PV
input range span
Output alarm: -5.0 to 105.0%
User
Setting
The following parameter is for cascade primary-loop.
● Operation-related Parameters
Located in: Main menu = LP1 ; Submenu = PAR
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
AT
Auto-tuning
SC
“SUPER” function
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
OFF (0): No auto-tuning
1: Auto-tuning for 1st group of PID 2: Auto-tuning for 2nd group of PID
3: Auto-tuning for 3rd group of PID 4: Auto-tuning for 4th group of PID
5 to 8: Perform auto-tuning on a group basis in the same way as 1 to 4
9: Performs auto-tuning to all groups 1 to 8.
OFF (0): Disable
1: Overshoot suppressing function
Suppresses overshoots generated by abrupt changes in the
target setpoint or by disturbances.
2: Hunting suppressing function (Stable mode)
Suitable to stabilize the state of control when the load varies
greatly, or the target setpoint is changed.
Enables to answer the wider characteristic changes compared
with Response mode.
3: Hunting suppressing function (Response mode)
Enables quick follow-up and short converging time of PV for the
changed target setpoint.
User
Setting
OFF (0)
OFF (0)
Note: Use “SUPER” function (SC) 2 or 3 in PID control or PI control.
“SUPER” function 2 or 3 is not available in the following controls:
1) ON/OFF control
2) P control (control for proportional band only)
3) PD control (control for proportional band and derivative item only)
4) Heating/cooling control
Do not use hunting suppressing function when control processes
with response such as flow or pressure control.
BS
PV input bias
-100.0% to 100.0% of primary PV input range span
Used to correct the PV input value.
FL
ORB
PV input filter
OFF (0), 1 to 120 sec.
Used when the PV input value fluctuates.
0.0 to 100.0% of primary PV input range span
ORH
ORL
S.TM
ON/OFF rate
high limit
ON/OFF rate
low limit
Starting time of
program pattern
operation
ON/OFF rate
detection band
0.0% of primary
PV input range
span
OFF (0)
1.0% of primary
PV input range
span
ORL + 1 digit to 105.0%
100.0%
-5.0% to ORH - 1 digit
0.0%
0.00 to 99.59 (“hour, minute” or “minute, second”)
The controller begins control when the specified time has
passed after power-on.
0.00
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● PID-related Parameters
Located in: Main menu = LP1 ; Submenu = 1.PID
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
Proportional band
0.1 to 999.9% of PV input range
5.0%
Integral time
OFF (0), 1 to 6000 sec.
240 sec.
Derivative time
OFF (0), 1 to 6000 sec.
60 sec.
Output high limit
-5.0 to 105.0% (1.OL < 1.OH)
100%
Output low limit
-5.0 to 105.0%
(1.OL < 1.OH)
SD (shutdown): Set in manual operation in
4-20 mA control output. Output is 0 mA.
0.0%
1.MR
Manual reset
50.0%
1.H
ON/OFF control hysteresis
-5.0 to 105.0%
(enabled when integral time “1.I” is OFF)
The manual reset value equals the output value
when PV = SP is true. For example, if the
manual reset value is 50%, the output value is
50% when PV = SP becomes true.
In ON/OFF control: 0.0 to 100.0% of primary PV input
range span
1.P
1.I
1.D
1.OH
1.OL
User
Setting
ON/OFF control: 0.5%
of primary PV input
range span
Hysteresis can be set in the program setpoint when
the controller is performing ON/OFF control.
Point of
ON/OFF action
(Program setpoint)
Output
On
Hysteresis
Off
PV value
1.DR
Direct/reverse action
switching
REVERSE (0): reverse action, DIRECT (1): direct action
Control output
REVERSE (0)
100%
Reverse
action
Direct
action
+
0%
1.PO
Preset output
Deviation
(PV-SP)
-5.0 to 105.0%
In RESET mode, fixed control output can be generated.
0.0%
If you are using two or more groups of PID parameters, use the following table to record
their values.
Parameter
n=2
n=3
n=4
n=5
n=6
n=7
n=8
n.P
n.I
n.D
n.OH
n.OL
n.MR
n.H
n.DR
n.PO
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● Operation-related Parameters
Located in: Main menu = LP2 ; Submenu = PAR
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
AT
Auto-tuning
SC
“SUPER” function
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
OFF (0): No auto-tuning
1: Auto-tuning for 1st group of PID 2: Auto-tuning for 2nd group of PID
3: Auto-tuning for 3rd group of PID 4: Auto-tuning for 4th group of PID
5 to 8: Perform auto-tuning on a group basis in the same way as 1 to 4
9: Performs auto-tuning to all groups 1 to 8.
OFF (0): Disable
1: Overshoot suppressing function
Suppresses overshoots generated by abrupt changes in the
target setpoint or by disturbances.
2: Hunting suppressing function (Stable mode)
Suitable to stabilize the state of control when the load varies
greatly, or the target setpoint is changed.
Enables to answer the wider characteristic changes compared
with Response mode.
3: Hunting suppressing function (Response mode)
Enables quick follow-up and short converging time of PV for the
changed target setpoint.
User
Setting
OFF (0)
OFF (0)
Note: Use “SUPER” function (SC) 2 or 3 in PID control or PI control.
“SUPER” function 2 or 3 is not available in the following controls:
1) ON/OFF control
2) P control (control for proportional band only)
3) PD control (control for proportional band and derivative item only)
4) Heating/cooling control
Do not use hunting suppressing function when control processes
with response such as flow or pressure control.
BS
PV input bias
-100.0% to 100.0% of secondary PV input range span
Used to correct the PV input value.
FL
ORB
PV input filter
OFF (0), 1 to 120 sec.
Used when the PV input value fluctuates.
0.0 to 100.0% of secondary PV input range span
ORH
ORL
S.TM
ON/OFF rate
high limit
ON/OFF rate
low limit
Starting time of
program pattern
operation
ON/OFF rate
detection band
0.0% of secondary
PV input range
span
OFF (0)
1.0% of secondary
PV input range
span
ORL + 1 digit to 105.0%
100.0%
-5.0% to (ORH - 1 digit)
0.0%
0.00 to 99.59 (“hour, minute” or “minute, second”)
The controller begins control when the specified time has
passed after power-on.
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● PID-related Parameters
Located in: Main menu = LP2 ; Submenu = 1.PID
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
1.P
Proportional band/Heatingside proportional band
(in heating/cooling control)
0.1 to 999.9% of secondary PV input range
In heating/cooling control: 0.0 to 999.9%
(heating-side on/off control applies when 0.0)
5.0%
1.I
Integral time
Heating-side integral time
(in heating/cooling control)
Derivative time
Heating-side derivative time
(in heating/cooling control)
Output high limit
Heating-side output high limit
(in heating/cooling control)
OFF (0), 1 to 6000 sec.
240 sec.
OFF (0), 1 to 6000 sec.
60 sec.
-5.0 to 105.0%
Heating-side limiter in heating/cooling control:
0.0 to 105.0% (1.OL < 1.OH)
100%
Heating/cooling
control: 100.0%
1.OL
Output low limit
Cooling-side output high
limit (in heating/cooling
control)
0.0%
Heating/cooling
control: 100.0%
1.MR
Manual reset
1.H
ON/OFF control hysteresis
Heating-side ON/OFF
control hysteresis
(in heating/cooling control)
-5.0 to 105.0%
Cooling-side limiter in heating/cooling control:
0.0 to 105.0% (1.OL < 1.OH)
SD (shutdown): Set in manual operation in
4-20 mA control output. Output is 0 mA.
-5.0 to 105.0%
(enabled when integral time “1.I” is OFF)
The manual reset value equals the output value
when PV = SP is true. For example, if the
manual reset value is 50%, the output value is
50% when PV = SP becomes true.
In ON/OFF control: 0.0 to 100.0% of secondary PV input range span
In heating/cooling control: 0.0 to 100.0%
1.D
1.OH
Hysteresis can be set in the local setpoint when the
controller is performing ON/OFF control.
User
Setting
50.0%
ON/OFF control: 0.5%
of secondary PV input
range span
Heating/cooling control:
0.5%
Point of
ON/OFF action
(Local setpoint)
Output
On
Hysteresis
Off
PV value
1.DR
Direct/reverse action
switching
REVERSE (0): reverse action, DIRECT (1): direct action
Control output
REVERSE (0)
100%
Reverse
action
Direct
action
+
0%
1.Pc
1.Ic
1.Dc
1.Hc
Deviation
(PV-SP)
Cooling-side
proportional band
Cooling-side integral
time
0.0 to 999.9% of secondary PV input range
(Cooling-side ON/OFF control applies when 0.0)
OFF, 1 to 6000 sec.
5.0%
240 sec.
Cooling-side derivative
time
Cooling-side ON/OFF
control hysteresis
OFF, 1 to 6000 sec.
60 sec.
0.0 to 100.0%
0.5%
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Parameter
Symbol
1.DB
Name of Parameter
Dead band
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
In heating/cooling control: -100.0 to 50.0%
User
Setting
3.0%
• When performing heating/cooling control:
setting any positive value prohibits both the heating
and cooling outputs from turning on; setting any
negative value allows both the heating and cooling
outputs to turn on; and setting a value of zero
either the heating or cooling output to turn on.
1.PO
1.Oc
Preset output/Heatingside preset output
(in heating/cooling control)
Cooling-side preset
output
-5.0 to 105.0%
In RESET mode, fixed control output can be generated.
In heating/cooling control: Heating-side 0.0 to 105.0%
0.0 to 105.0%
In RESET mode, cooling-side fixed control
output can be generated.
0.0%
0.0%
If you are using two or more groups of PID parameters, use the following table to record
their values.
Parameter
n=2
n=3
n=4
n=5
n=6
n=7
n=8
n.P
n.I
n.D
n.OH
n.OL
n.MR
n.H
n.DR
n.Pc
n.Ic
n.Dc
n.Hc
n.DB
n.PO
n.Oc
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The following parameter is for cascade primary-loop.
● Ten-segment Linearizer 1 Parameters
Located in: Main menu = PYS1
Ten-segment linearizer output
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range span
• Ten-segment linearizer biasing (factory-set default)
Correction
(Actual input + Tensegment linearizer biasing)
Actual input
1.b6
Ten-segment
linearizer
biasing
1.b5
1.b3 1.b4
1.a1
1.a2 1.a3 1.a4
Ten-segment
linearizer input
1.a5 1.a6 1.a8
1.a7
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range
• Ten-segment linearizer approximation
Ten-segment
linearizer output
The parameters 1.b5 to
1.b11 are equalized to
the parameter 1.b4.
1.b4
PV input
range after
ten-segment
linearizer
approximation
1.b3
1.b2
1.b1
The parameters 1.a5 to
1.a11 are equalized to
the parameter 1.a4.
1.a1
1.a2
1.a3
1.a4
Actual PV input range
1.a11
Ten-segment
linearizer input
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range
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Parameter
Symbol
1.a1
1.b1
1.a2
1.b2
1.a3
1.b3
1.a4
1.b4
1.a5
1.b5
1.a6
1.b6
1.a7
1.b7
1.a8
1.b8
1.a9
1.b9
1.a10
1.b10
1.a11
1.b11
1.PMD
Name of Parameter
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
Ten-segment
linearizer 1 input-1
Ten-segment
linearizer 1
output-1
Ten-segment
linearizer 1 input-2
Ten-segment
linearizer 1
output-2
Ten-segment
linearizer 1 input-3
Ten-segment
linearizer 1
output-3
Ten-segment
linearizer 1 input-4
Ten-segment
linearizer 1
output-4
Ten-segment
linearizer 1 input-5
Ten-segment
linearizer 1
output-5
Ten-segment
linearizer 1 input-6
Ten-segment
linearizer 1
output-6
Ten-segment
linearizer 1 input-7
Ten-segment
linearizer 1
output-7
Ten-segment
linearizer 1 input-8
Ten-segment
linearizer 1
output-8
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range
0.0% of primary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range
0.0% of primary PV input range span
0.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of primary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range
0.0% of primary PV input range span
0.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of primary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range
0.0% of primary PV input range span
0.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of primary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range
0.0% of primary PV input range span
0.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of primary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range
0.0% of primary PV input range span
0.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of primary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range
0.0% of primary PV input range span
0.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of primary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range
0.0% of primary PV input range span
0.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of primary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of primary PV input range span
0.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range
0.0% of primary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range
0.0% of primary PV input range span
0.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of primary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range
0.0% of primary PV input range span
0.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of primary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0: Ten-segment linearizer biasing
1: Ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of primary PV input range span
0.0% of primary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0
Ten-segment
linearizer 1 input-9
Ten-segment
linearizer 1
output-9
Ten-segment
linearizer 1 input-10
Ten-segment
linearizer 1
output-10
Ten-segment
linearizer 1 input-11
Ten-segment
linearizer 1
output-11
Ten-segment
linearizer 1 mode
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The following parameter is for cascade secondary-loop.
● Ten-segment Linearizer 2 Parameters
Located in: Main menu = PYS2
Ten-segment linearizer output
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range span
• Ten-segment linearizer biasing (factory-set default)
Correction
(Actual input + Tensegment linearizer biasing)
Actual input
2.b6
Ten-segment
linearizer
biasing
2.b5
2.b3 2.b4
2.a1
2.a2 2.a3 2.a4
Ten-segment
linearizer input
2.a5 2.a6 2.a8
2.a7
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range
• Ten-segment linearizer approximation
Ten-segment
linearizer output
The parameters 2.b5 to
2.b11 are equalized to
the parameter 2.b4.
2.b4
PV input
range after
ten-segment
linearizer
approximation
2.b3
2.b2
2.b1
The parameters 2.a5 to
2.a11 are equalized to
the parameter 2.a4.
2.a1
2.a2
2.a3
2.a4
Actual PV input range
2.a11
Ten-segment
linearizer input
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Parameter
Symbol
2.a1
2.b1
2.a2
2.b2
2.a3
2.b3
2.a4
2.b4
2.a5
2.b5
2.a6
2.b6
2.a7
2.b7
2.a8
2.b8
2.a9
2.b9
2.a10
2.b10
2.a11
2.b11
2.PMD
Name of Parameter
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
Ten-segment
linearizer 2 input-1
Ten-segment
linearizer 2
output-1
Ten-segment
linearizer 2 input-2
Ten-segment
linearizer 2
output-2
Ten-segment
linearizer 2 input-3
Ten-segment
linearizer 2
output-3
Ten-segment
linearizer 2 input-4
Ten-segment
linearizer 2
output-4
Ten-segment
linearizer 2 input-5
Ten-segment
linearizer 2
output-5
Ten-segment
linearizer 2 input-6
Ten-segment
linearizer 2
output-6
Ten-segment
linearizer 2 input-7
Ten-segment
linearizer 2
output-7
Ten-segment
linearizer 2 input-8
Ten-segment
linearizer 2
output-8
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range
0.0% of secondary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range
0.0% of secondary PV input range span
0.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of secondary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range
0.0% of secondary PV input range span
0.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of secondary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range
0.0% of secondary PV input range span
0.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of secondary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range
0.0% of secondary PV input range span
0.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of secondary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range
0.0% of secondary PV input range span
0.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of secondary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range
0.0% of secondary PV input range span
0.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of secondary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range
0.0% of secondary PV input range span
0.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of secondary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of secondary PV input range span
0.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range
0.0% of secondary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range
0.0% of secondary PV input range span
0.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of secondary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range
0.0% of secondary PV input range span
0.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of secondary PV input range
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range span
-66.7% to 105.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0: Ten-segment linearizer biasing
1: Ten-segment linearizer approximation
0.0% of secondary PV input range span
0.0% of secondary PV input range when
in ten-segment linearizer approximation
0
Ten-segment
linearizer 2 input-9
Ten-segment
linearizer 2
output-9
Ten-segment
linearizer 2 input-10
Ten-segment
linearizer 2
output-10
Ten-segment
linearizer 2 input-11
Ten-segment
linearizer 2
output-11
Ten-segment
linearizer 2 mode
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■ Setup Parameters
● Program Setpoint-related Parameters
Located in: Main menu = PARA ; Submenu = SP
Name of Parameter
Setting Range and Description
SPT
SP tracking selection
OFF (0), ON (1)
Tracking is performed when the mode changes from program to
Local (The local setpoint keeps track of the program setpoint.)
OFF (0)
TMU
Program time unit
hh:mm (0)
SEG.T
Segment setting
method
PNC
Program pattern
number clearance
SPH1
Program setpoint-1
limiter upper limit
SPL1
Program setpoint-1
limiter lower limit
Sets the time unit of a program.
hh:mm (0): “hour, minute”
mm:ss (1): “minute, second”
Defines the method of programming. Note that changing the
setpoint of this parameter deletes the program in question.
0: Programming by setting segment times
1: Programming by setting segment ramps
The controller resets (clears) the program pattern number on
the operating display to “0” at the end of program operation.
OFF (0): Not cleared.
ON (1): Cleared.
Place limits on the program setpoints when the controller is in
program operation.
0.0% to 100.0% of primary PV input range.
Note that SPL1 < SPH1
SPH2
Program setpoint-2
limiter upper limit
SPL2
Program setpoint-2
limiter lower limit
Parameter
Symbol
Initial Value
Place limits on the local setpoints when the controller is in local
operation.
0.0% to 100.0% of secondary PV input range.
Note that SPL2 < SPH2
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OFF (0)
100.0% of
primary PV
input range
0.0% of
primary PV
input range
100.0% of
secondary PV
input range
0.0% of
secondary PV
input range
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● Alarm-related Parameters
Located in: Main menu = PARA ; Submenu = ALM
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
PEH1
PEH2
PEH3
PEH4
PEH5
PEH6
PEH7
PEH8
AL1
PV event 1 hysteresis
Allows margins to be set for a PV event setpoint.
With the hysteresis settings, it is possible to prevent relays from chattering.
AL2
Instrument alarm-2
type
AL3
Instrument alarm-3
type
AL4
Instrument alarm-4
type
HY1
Instrument alarm-1
hysteresis
HY2
Instrument alarm-2
hysteresis
HY3
Instrument alarm-3
hysteresis
HY4
Instrument alarm-4
hysteresis
User
Setting
0.5%
PV event 2 hysteresis
PV event 3 hysteresis
PV event 4 hysteresis
Hysteresis for PV high limit alarm
Point of ON/OFF action
Output
(PV event setpoint)
On
PV event 5 hysteresis
Hysteresis
Off
PV event 6 hysteresis
PV event 7 hysteresis
PV value
0.0 to 100.0%
PV event 8 hysteresis
Instrument alarm-1
type
OFF (0), primary-loop: 1 to 20, 25 to 31
secondary-loop: 41 to 60, 65 to 71
1: PV high limit (energized, no stand-by action)
2: PV low limit (energized, no stand-by action)
3: Deviation high limit (energized, no stand-by action)
4: Deviation low limit (energized, no stand-by action)
5: Deviation high limit (de-energized, no stand-by action)
6: Deviation low limit (de-energized, no stand-by action)
For other alarm types, see the next page.
1
0.0 to 100.0% of PV input range span
Output alarm: 0.0 to 100.0%
0.5% of PV
input range
span
Output
alarm: 0.5%
Allows margins to be set for an alarm setpoint.
With the hysteresis settings, it is possible to prevent relays from chattering.
2
1
2
Hysteresis for PV high limit alarm
Point of ON/OFF action
(Alarm setpoint)
Output
On
Off
Hysteresis
PV value
AMD
Alarm mode
Allows the instrument alarm function to be enabled or disabled
according to the operating condition.
0: Always active
1: Not active when in RESET mode
2: Not active when in RESET mode or manual operation
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List of Instrument Alarm Types
The table below shows the types and actions of instrument alarm. In the table, codes 1 to
20 and 28 to 31 are for the primary-loop, codes 41 to 60 and 68 to 71 are for the secondary-loop. Codes 1 to 10 and 41 to 50 are not provided with stand-by actions, while codes 11
to 20 and 51 to 60 are provided with stand-by actions.
Alarm type code
Alarm action
Alarm type
Contact
“Open/close” shows status of relay contact, closes
if alarm
and “lit” and “unlit” shows status of lamp
occurs
No alarm
Open (unlit)
Closed (lit)
PV
Alarm setpoint
Alarm type
Contact
“Open/close” shows status of relay contact, closes
if alarm
and “lit” and “unlit” shows status of lamp
occurs
PV low limit
Closed (lit)
Open (unlit)
Alarm setpoint
PV
Contact
opens
if alarm
occurs
Hysteresis
De-energized
on deviation low
limit alarm
1
11
41
51
Open (lit)
2
12
42
52
Deviation high
and low limits
6
16
46
56
Closed
(unlit)
Deviation
setpoint
PV
Target SP
Hysteresis
Hysteresis
Alarm type code
Alarm action
OFF
Hysteresis
PV high limit
Contact
opens
if alarm
occurs
Closed
(lit)
Hysteresis
Open
(unlit)
Closed
(lit)
PV
Deviation setpoint
7
17
47
57
Target SP
Hysteresis
Deviation high
limit
Closed (lit)
Open (unlit)
Deviation setpoint
PV
Target SP
3
13
43
53
Deviation within
high and low
limits
Hysteresis Closed Hysteresis
(lit)
Open
Open
(unlit)
(unlit)
Target SP
Hysteresis
Deviation low
limit
Closed (lit)
Open (unlit)
Deviation setpoint
PV
Target SP
Hysteresis
4
14
44
54
De-energized on
PV high limit
5
15
45
55
Open (lit)
PV
Deviation
setpoint
Target SP
Closed
(unlit)
Closed (lit)
Open (unlit)
SP
SP low
limit
28
68
Open (unlit)
Output value
Open (unlit)
29
69
PV
Hysteresis
Closed (lit)
Output high limit
30
70
Alarm setpoint
Hysteresis
Closed (lit)
Output low limit
Open (unlit)
Alarm setpoint
SP
10
20
50
60
Closed
(unlit)
Open (lit)
Alarm setpoint
Alarm setpoint
Hysteresis
Closed (lit)
Alarm setpoint
Alarm setpoint
Hysteresis
De-energized on
PV low limit
Hysteresis
SP high
limit
9
19
49
59
Open (lit)
PV
Hysteresis
De-energized on
Closed
deviation high
(unlit)
limit alarm
PV
Deviation setpoint
8
18
48
58
31
71
Output value
The following alarm types are used only for “Instrument Alarm.”
25, 65:
26, 66:
27, 67:
Sensor grounding alarm
Fault diagnosis output (Note 1)
FAIL output (Note 2)
Note 1: The fault diagnosis output turns on in case of input burnout, A/D converter failure, or reference junction compensation
(RJC) failure. For input burnout or A/D converter failure, the control output is set to the setpoint of the Preset Output
Value operating parameter (PO).
Note 2: The FAIL output is on during normal operation and turns off case failure.
Stand-by Action
⬚C
Treated
as normal
Normal
Abnormal
The alarm
output turns on.
Low limit of
alarm setpoint
The alarm output does not
turn on in this region even
if the PV value is below the
low limit of the alarm setpoint.
Power-on
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● Control Action-related Parameters
Located in: Main menu = PARA ; Submenu = CTL
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
OPR1
MOD1
Output velocity
limiter
(primary-loop)
Output velocity
limiter
(secondary-loop)
PID control mode
(primary-loop)
MOD2
PID control mode
(secondary-loop)
AR1
Anti-reset windup
(Excess integration
prevention)
(primary-loop)
Anti-reset windup
(Excess integration
prevention)
(secondary-loop)
Zone PID selection
OPR2
AR2
ZON
R.MD
Restart mode
R.TM
Restart timer
GRP
PID group number
1.RP1
Zone PID reference
point-1
(primary-loop)
2.RP1
Zone PID reference
point-2
(primary-loop)
3.RP1
Zone PID reference
point-3
(primary-loop)
4.RP1
Zone PID reference
point-4
(primary-loop)
5.RP1
6.RP1
Zone PID reference
point-5
(primary-loop)
Zone PID reference
point-6
(primary-loop)
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
OFF (0)
0.1 to 100.0%/sec.
can limit control output velocity
OFF (0)
0.1 to 100.0%/sec.
can limit control output velocity
0: Standard PID control (with output bump at SP change)
1: Fixed Point control (without output bump at SP change)
Choose “Fixed Point Control” when controlling pressure or flow rate.
0: Standard PID control (with output bump at SP change)
1: Fixed Point control (without output bump at SP change)
Choose “Fixed Point Control” when controlling pressure or flow rate.
AUTO (0), 50.0 to 200.0%
The larger Setting, the sooner PID computation (integral computation) stops.
Used when the control output travels up to 100% or down to 0% and
stays at this point.
AUTO (0), 50.0 to 200.0%
The larger Setting, the sooner PID computation (integral computation) stops.
Used when the control output travels up to 100% or down to 0% and
stays at this point.
0: Segment PID
1: Zone PID
If set to “Segment PID,” allows PID constants to be selected for each
segment.
If set to “Zone PID,” automatically selects PID constants according
to the temperature range set in the given Reference Point parameter.
CONT (0): Continues action set before power failure.
MAN (1): Starts from manual operation status
RESET (2): Continues action set before power failure and starts computation
from the preset output value.
0 to 10 sec.
Sets time between power on and the instant where controller
starts computation.
Allows you to determine how many groups of setpoint, alarm and
PID parameters the controller should show.
1: Show one set.
2: Show two sets.
3: Show three sets. 4: Show four sets.
5 to 8: Show as many groups of parameters as have been set.
0.0 to 100.0% of primary PV input range.
Note that 1.RP1 2.RP1 3.RP1 4.RP1 5.RP1 6.RP1.
Sets reference points at which switching is carried out between groups
of PID constants according to the given temperature zone. You can set
a maximum of six reference points and therefore a maximum of seven
temperature zones.
User
Setting
OFF (0)
OFF (0)
0
0
AUTO (0)
AUTO (0)
1
CONT (0)
0 sec.
8
100.0% of
primary PV
input range
The example below sets reference points 1 and 2 to provide 3 zones to
switch PID constants automatically.
Maximum value of
primary
PV input range
RH1
Zone 3
The controller is operated with
the 3rd group of PID constants.
Setpoint
Reference point 2
2.RP1
Reference point 1
1.RP1
Minimum value of
primary
PV input range
RL1
Zone 2
The controller is operated with
the 2nd group of PID constants.
PV input
value
Zone 1
The controller is operated with
the 1st group of PID constants.
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Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
RHY1
Zone switching
hysteresis
(primary-loop)
0.0 to10.0% of primary PV input range span
Allows hysteresis to be set for switching at a reference point.
0.5% of
primary PV
input range
span
RDV1
Reference deviation
(primary-loop)
Used to select a group of PID parameters according to a deviation from
the given program setpoint. The controller uses the PID parameters of the
number selected in PID group number (GRP) if the PV input falls outside
the given deviation range. The following example shows a case when only
the reference deviation is set without setting any reference point.
The selected group of PID parameters is as follows.
Since region 1 is within the deviation range, the controller uses the 1st
group of PID parameters.
Since region 2 is outside the deviation range, the controller uses the
PID parameters of the number selected in PID group number (GRP).
OFF (0)
User
Setting
PV input value
Maximum value of
primary PV input range
RH1
[2]
A slope is set to vary
the program setpoint.
[2]
Reference deviation (RDV1)
Reference deviation (RDV1)
[1]
[1]
Target setpoint
[1]
[2]
Minimum value of
primary PV input range
RL1
Segment 1
Segment 2
OFF (0): Disable
0.0% to 100.0% of primary PV input range span
1.RP2
Zone PID reference
point-1
(secondary-loop)
2.RP2
Zone PID reference
point-2
(secondary-loop)
3.RP2
Zone PID reference
point-3
(secondary-loop)
4.RP2
Zone PID reference
point-4
(secondary-loop)
5.RP2
6.RP2
Zone PID reference
point-5
(secondary-loop)
Zone PID reference
point-6
(secondary-loop)
0.0 to 100.0% of secondary PV input range.
Note that 1.RP2 2.RP2 3.RP2 4.RP2 5.RP2 6.RP2.
Sets reference points at which switching is carried out between groups
of PID constants according to the given temperature zone. You can set
a maximum of six reference points and therefore a maximum of seven
temperature zones.
100.0% of
secondary
PV input
range
The example below sets reference points 1 and 2 to provide 3 zones to
switch PID constants automatically.
Maximum value of
secondary
PV input scale
SH3
Zone 3
The controller is operated with
the 3rd group of PID constants.
Setpoint
Reference point 2
2.RP2
Zone 2
The controller is operated with
the 2nd group of PID constants.
Reference point 1
1.RP2
PV input
value
Zone 1
The controller is operated with
the 1st group of PID constants.
Minimum value of
secondary
PV input scale
SL3
Time
RHY2
Zone switching
hysteresis
(secondary-loop)
0.0 to10.0% of secondary PV input range span
Allows hysteresis to be set for switching at a reference point.
0.5% of
secondary
PV input
range span
RDV2
Reference deviation
(secondary-loop)
Used to select a group of PID parameters according to a deviation from
the given program setpoint. The controller uses the PID parameters of the
number selected in PID group number (GRP) if the PV input falls outside
the given deviation range. The following example shows a case when only
the reference deviation is set without setting any reference point.
The selected group of PID parameters is as follows.
Since region 1 is within the deviation range, the controller uses the 1st
group of PID parameters.
Since region 2 is outside the deviation range, the controller uses the
PID parameters of the number selected in PID group number (GRP).
OFF (0)
PV input value
Maximum value of
secondary PV input scale
SH3
[2]
A slope is set to vary
the program setpoint.
[2]
[1]
Reference deviation (RDV2)
Reference deviation (RDV2)
[1]
Target setpoint
[1]
[2]
Minimum value of
secondary PV input scale
SL3
Segment 1
Segment 2
OFF (0): Disable
0.0% to 100.0% of secondary PV input range span
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● Analog Input Computation Parameters
Located in: Main menu = CMLP ; Submenu = AIN
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
Setting Range and Description
A.BS1
Analog input-1 bias
A.FL1
A.SR1
Analog input-1 filter
Used to correct the primary PV input value beforehand.
When in normal operation, use the PV Input Bias (BS) operating
parameter.
-100.0% to 100.0% of primary PV input range span
OFF (0): Disable
1 to 120 sec.
Performs square-root computation for the primary PV input value.
OFF (0): Do not compute the square root
ON (1): Compute the square root
0.0% to 5.0%
The slope equals “1” at levels below the low-signal cutoff point.
A.LC1
A.BS2
A.FL2
A.SR2
A.LC2
A.BS3
A.FL3
A.SR3
A.LC3
Analog input-1
square-root
computation
Analog input-1 low
signal cutoff
Initial Value
User
Setting
0.0% of
primary PV
input range
span
OFF (0)
OFF (0)
1.0%
Although not used in Cascade Control, it is shown on the display.
Although not used in Cascade Control, it is shown on the display.
Although not used in Cascade Control, it is shown on the display.
Although not used in Cascade Control, it is shown on the display.
Analog input-3 bias
Analog input-3 filter
Analog input-3
square-root
computation
Analog input-3 low
signal cutoff
Used to correct the secondary PV input value beforehand.
When in normal operation, use the PV Input Bias (BS) operating
parameter.
-100.0% to 100.0% of secondary PV input scale span
OFF (0): Disable
1 to 120 sec.
Performs square-root computation for the secondary PV input value.
OFF (0): Do not compute the square root
ON (1): Compute the square root
0.0% to 5.0%
The slope equals “1” at levels below the low-signal cutoff point.
0.0% of
secondary PV
input scale
span
OFF (0)
OFF (0)
1.0%
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● Retransmission Output Parameters
Located in: Main menu = CMLP ; Submenu = RET
Parameter
Symbol
RET1
Name of Parameter
Retransmission
output-1 type
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
OFF (0): Disable
1: PV1, 2: SP1, 3: OUT1, 4: LPS loop power supply (15 V),
5: PV2, 6: SP2, 7: OUT2
Retransmission output 1 is always provided via terminals 14
and 15.
User
Setting
1
In heating/cooling control, an output value before allocation
to heating/cooling control is transmitted if setpoint “7” is
selected.
(0% to 50%: Cooling-side output; 50% to 100%: Heating-side
output)
RTH1
RTL1
RET2
Maximum value
of retransmission
output-1 scale
Minimum value
of retransmission
output-1 scale
Retransmission
output-2 type
RET1=1, 2: RTL1 + 1 digit to 100.0% of PV input range
RET1=3: RTL1 + 1 digit to 100.0%
100.0% of PV
input range
RET1=1, 2: 0.0% of PV input range to RTH1 - 1 digit
RET1=3: 0.0% to RTH1 - 1 digit
0.0% of PV
input range
Retransmission output-2 is available when the type of control
output is not “current” or “voltage pulse.” The output is
provided via terminals 16 and 17.
OFF (0): Disable
1: PV1, 2: SP1, 3: OUT1, 4: LPS loop power supply (15 V),
5: PV2, 6: SP2, 7: OUT2
OFF (0)
In heating/cooling control, an output value before allocation
to heating/cooling control is transmitted if setpoint “7” is
selected.
(0% to 50%: Cooling-side output; 50% to 100%: Heating-side
output)
RTH2
RTL2
Maximum value
of retransmission
output-2 scale
Minimum value
of retransmission
output-2 scale
RET2=1, 2: RTL2 + 1 digit to 100.0% of PV input range
RET2=3: RTL2 + 1 digit to 100.0%
100.0% of PV
input range
RET2=1, 2: 0.0% of PV input range to RTH2 - 1 digit
RET2=3: 0.0% to RTH2 - 1 digit
0.0% of PV
input range
● Deviation Trend Parameters
Located in: Main menu = CMLP ; Submenu = TRND
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
TSC1
Deviation trend scale
(primary-loop)
Allows the deviation axis of the Deviation Trend operating
display to be rescaled.
0.1 to 100.0% of primary PV input range span
0.5% of
primary PV
input range
span
TSC2
Deviation trend scale
(secondary-loop)
Allows the deviation axis of the Deviation Trend operating
display to be rescaled.
0.1 to 100.0% of secondary PV input range span
0.5% of
secondary PV
input range
span
TTM
Deviation trend time
Allows the time axis of the Deviation Trend operating display
to be rescaled.
1 to 600 sec.
5 sec.
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● Security-related Parameters
Located in: Main menu = CMLP ; Submenu = LOCK
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
▼/▲
PTNo
RUN
MODE
PROG
Locking of front panel
up/down keys (▲and▼)
Locking of front panel
PT.No key
Locking of front panel
RUN key
OFF (0): Unlock
ON (1): Lock
OFF (0): Unlock
ON (1): Lock
OFF (0): Unlock
ON (1): Lock
OFF (0)
Locking of front panel
MODE key
OFF (0): Unlock
ON (1): Lock
OFF (0)
Locking of operating
parameter main menu
PROG display
Operating parameter
main menu [LP1] lock
Operating parameter
main menu [LP2] lock
Operating parameter
submenu [PID] lock
OFF (0): Unlock
ON (1): Lock
OFF (0)
OFF (0): Unlock
ON (1): Lock
OFF (0): Unlock
ON (1): Lock
OFF (0): Unlock
ON (1): Lock
OFF (0)
LP1
LP2
PID
USR
PYS1
PYS2
PWD
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
User
Setting
OFF (0)
OFF (0)
OFF (0)
OFF (0)
Although not used in cascade control, it is shown on the display.
Operating parameter
main menu [PYS1] lock
Operating parameter
main menu [PYS2] lock
Password setting
OFF (0): Unlock
ON (1): Lock
OFF (0): Unlock
ON (1): Lock
0: Password not set
1 to 30000
Note: If a password is set, the setup parameters cannot be
displayed without entering the correct password.
OFF (0)
OFF (0)
0
● SELECT Display Parameters
Located in: Main menu = CONF ; Submenu = CSEL
Parameter
Symbol
C.S1
C.S2
C.S3
C.S4
C.S5
Name of Parameter
SELECT display-1
registration
SELECT display-2
registration
SELECT display-3
registration
SELECT display-4
registration
SELECT display-5
registration
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
OFF (0), 101 to 1023
Select the desired parameter from among the operating
and setup parameters, then register the number
(D register No.) accompanying that parameter.
For example, registering “231” for C.S1 allows you
to change instrument alarm-1 setpoint in operating display.
Numbers for registering instrument alarm SP parameter
for operating display:
Instrument alarm-1 setpoint: 231
Instrument alarm-2 setpoint: 232
Instrument alarm-3 setpoint: 233
Instrument alarm-4 setpoint: 234
User
Setting
OFF (0)
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● Contact Output Registration Parameters
Located in: Main menu = CONF ; Submenu = DO
Parameter
Symbol
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
Name of Parameter
Relay output flag
registration for DO1
Relay output flag
registration for DO2
Relay output flag
registration for DO3
Open-collector transistor
output flag registration
for DO4
Open-collector transistor
output flag registration
for DO5
Open-collector transistor
output flag registration
for DO6
Open-collector transistor
output flag registration
for DO7
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
The following setpoints are registration numbers for cascade
control only.
5705: PV event 1 output
0: No function
5706: PV event 2 output
5689: Instrument alarm 1 output
5129: Time event 1 output
5130: Time event 2 output
5131: Time event 3 output
5133: Time event 4 output
See “External contact output” in “1.5 Terminal Wiring
Diagrams.”
User
Setting
5705
5706
5689
5129
5130
5131
5133
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● Contact Input Registration Parameters
Located in: Main menu = CONF ; Submenu = DI
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
PROG
Start of program operation
(When “DIn” changes from
OFF to ON)
RST
Stop of program operation
(When “DIn” changes from
OFF to ON)
Start of local-mode operation
(When “DIn” changes from
OFF to ON)
Start of hold-mode operation
(When “DIn” changes from
OFF to ON)
Advance of segment
(When “DIn” changes from
OFF to ON)
Loop-1 AUTO/MAN switching
(AUTO when contact input is ON;
MAN when contact input is OFF)
LOC
HOLD
ADV
A/M1
A/M2
L/C
PTN.0
PTN.1
PTN.2
PTN.3
PTN.4
MG1
MG2
MG3
MG4
Loop-2 AUTO/MAN switching
LOCAL/CASCADE switching
Bit 0 of program pattern
number
Bit 1 of program pattern
number
Bit 2 of program pattern
number
Bit 3 of program pattern
number
Bit 4 of program pattern
number
Interruptive message
display 1
Interruptive message
display 2
Interruptive message
display 3
Interruptive message
display 4
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
These parameters determine which contact input to use to
make selections/switches listed on the left.
DI1: 5161
No function: 0
DI2: 5162
DI3: 5163
DI4: 5164
DI5: 5165
DI6: 5166
DI7: 5167
The contact inputs are factory-set as shown below.
Contact inputs 1 to 4 (DI1 to DI4): Program pattern number
selection (see below)
Contact input 5 (DI5): Start of program operation
Contact input 6 (DI6): Stop of program operation
Contact input 7 (DI7): LSP/CAS switching
5165
Program pattern number selection
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DI1
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
DI2
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
DI3
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
DI4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
DI1
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
DI2
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
DI3
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
DI4
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
User
Setting
5166
0
0
0
0
5167
5161
5162
5163
5164
See “External contact input” in “1.5 Terminal Wiring
Diagrams.”
0
0
0
0
0
● UP Mode Parameters
Located in: Main menu = UPMD ; Submenu = MD
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
UPM
Controller mode
(UP mode)
SMP
PV sampling period
setting
SMEC
Sampling period
error counter
(reading only)
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
4: Cascade control
For another Controller mode, see User’s Manual (Reference)
(CD-ROM version).
100, 200 and 500 ms
The controller restarts if any change is made to the PV sampling
period; this does not affect other parameter settings at all, however.
0 to 30000
User
Setting
1
200 ms
Shows 0 at
power-on.
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● Input-related Parameters
Located in: Main menu = UPMD ; Submenu = IN
Parameter
Symbol
IN1
UNI1
Name of Parameter
Primary PV input type
(INPUT 1 terminals)
Terminals 11 , 12
and 13
Primary PV
input unit
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
Specify the type of primary PV input as a range code.
See “Instrument Input Range Codes” in “2. Initial Settings.”
OFF (0)
Select the unit of primary PV input.
% (0): Percent
- (2): No unit
C (1): Degree Celsius
F (5): Fahrenheit
Set the instrument input range (RL1 < RH1).
Depends on
the primary PV
input type.
Depends on
the primary PV
input type.
RH1
Max. value of
primary PV
input range
RL1
Min. value of
primary PV
input range
SDP1
Primary PV input
decimal point position
(shown when in
voltage-input mode)
Set the position of the decimal point of voltage-mode primary
PV input.
0 to 4
0: No decimal place
1: One decimal place, 2 to 4: Two, three, four decimal places
Depends on
the primary PV
input type.
SH1
Max. value of primary
PV input scale
(shown when in
voltage-input mode)
Min. value of primary
PV input scale
(shown when in
voltage-input mode)
Selection of
primary PV input
burnout action
Set the read-out scale of voltage-mode primary PV input.
-19999 to 30000, where SL1 < SH1
Depends on
the primary PV
input type.
Allows the primary PV input value to be determined as shown
below in case of primary PV input burnout.
• 105% of PV input range if set to “Upscale”
• -5.0% of PV input range if set to “Downscale”
OFF (0): Disable
UP (1): Upscale
DOWN (2): Downscale
Allows input compensation to be applied to thermocouple input.
OFF (0): Absent
ON (1): Present
Depends on
the primary PV
input type.
SL1
BSL1
- For temperature input Set the range of temperature that is actually controlled.
- For voltage input Set the range of a voltage signal that is applied.
The scale across which the voltage signal is actually controlled should
be set using the parameters Maximum Value of primary PV Input
Scale (SH1) and Minimum Value of primary PV Input Scale (SL1).
User
Setting
ON (1)
RJC1
Presence/absence
of primary PV input
reference junction
compensation
IN2
UNI2
RH2
RL2
SDP2
SH2
SL2
BSL2
RJC2
Although not used in cascade control with two universal inputs, it is shown on the display.
Although not used in cascade control with two universal inputs, it is shown on the display.
Although not used in cascade control with two universal inputs, it is shown on the display.
Although not used in cascade control with two universal inputs, it is shown on the display.
Although not used in cascade control with two universal inputs, it is shown on the display.
Although not used in cascade control with two universal inputs, it is shown on the display.
Although not used in cascade control with two universal inputs, it is shown on the display.
Although not used in cascade control with two universal inputs, it is shown on the display.
Although not used in cascade control with two universal inputs, it is shown on the display.
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Parameter
Symbol
IN3
UNI3
Name of Parameter
Secondary PV
input type
(INPUT 3 terminals)
Terminals 21 and 22
Secondary PV
input unit
RH3
Max. value of
secondary PV
input range
RL3
Min. value of
secondary PV
input range
SDP3
Secondary PV input
decimal point position
SH3
Max. value of secondary
PV input scale
SL3
Min. value of secondary
PV input scale
BSL3
Selection of
secondary PV input
burnout action
P.UN1
PV1 unit
(primary)
P.DP1
PV1 decimal point
position
(primary)
P.RH1
Maximum value
of PV1 range
(primary)
Minimum value of
PV1 range
(primary)
PV2 unit
(secondary)
P.RL1
P.UN2
P.DP2
PV2 decimal point
position
(secondary)
P.RH2
Maximum value
of PV2 range
(secondary)
P.RL2
Minimum value of
PV2 range
(secondary)
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
Specify the type of secondary PV input as a range code.
See “Instrument Input Range Codes” in “2. Initial Settings.”
1 to 5 V (41)
Select the unit of secondary PV input.
% (0): Percent
- (2): No unit
⬚C (1): Degree Celsius
⬚F (5): Fahrenheit
Set the instrument input range (RL3 < RH3).
% (0)
User
Setting
5.000
- For voltage input Set the range of a voltage signal that is applied.
The scale across which the voltage signal is actually controlled should
be set using the parameters Maximum Value of secondary PV Input
Scale (SH3) and Minimum Value of secondary PV Input Scale (SL3).
Set the position of the decimal point of voltage-mode secondary PV input.
0 to 4
0: No decimal place
1: One decimal place, 2 to 4: Two, three, four decimal places
Set the read-out scale of voltage-mode secondary PV input.
-19999 to 30000, where SL3 < SH3
Allows the secondary PV input value to be determined as
shown below in case of secondary PV input burnout.
• 105% of PV input range if set to “Upscale”
• -5.0% of PV input range if set to “Downscale”
OFF (0): Disable
UP (1): Upscale
DOWN (2): Downscale
Set the unit of PV1.
% (0): Percent
- (2): No unit
⬚C (1): Degree Celsius
⬚F (5): Fahrenheit
0.000
Same as the
primary PV
input decimal
point position
Same as the
max. value of
primary PV
input scale
Same as the
min. value of
primary PV
input scale
OFF (0)
Same as the
primary PV
input unit
Under normal operation, set the same value as in the primary PV Input
Decimal Point Position (SDP1) parameter.
To shift the decimal point for temperature input, use this parameter.
For example, set as “P.DP1 = 0” to change a temperature
reading of one decimal place to that of no decimal places.
This involves reconfiguring the P.RH1 and P.RL1 parameters.
0 to 4
Under normal operation, keep the values of these parameters
between the maximum and minimum values of the PV input
range.
-19999 to 30000
P.RL1 < P.RH1, where P.RH1-P.RL1 ⱕ 30000
-
Set the unit of PV2.
% (0): Percent
⬚C (1): Degree Celsius
Same as the
secondary PV
input unit
- (2): No unit
⬚F (5): Fahrenheit
Under normal operation, set the same value as in the secondary PV Input
Decimal Point Position (SDP3) parameter.
To shift the decimal point for temperature input, use this parameter.
For example, set as “P.DP2 = 0” to change a temperature
reading of one decimal place to that of no decimal places.
This involves reconfiguring the P.RH2 and P.RL2 parameters.
0 to 4
Under normal operation, keep the values of these parameters
between the maximum and minimum values of the secondary
PV input range.
-19999 to 30000
P.RL2 < P.RH2, where P.RH2-P.RL2 ⱕ 30000
Maximum value
of PV input
range or scale
Minimum value
of PV input
range or scale
-
Maximum value
of secondary PV
input range or
scale
Minimum value
of secondary PV
input range or
scale
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● Output-related Parameters
Located in: Main menu = UPMD ; Submenu = OUT
Parameter
Symbol
OT2
Name of Parameter
Control output
type
Setting Range and Description
Initial
Value
0
1
2
3
Time proportional PID relay contact output (terminals 1 - 2 - 3 )
Time proportional PID voltage pulse output (terminals 16 - 17 )
Current output (terminals 16 - 17 )
ON/OFF control relay contact output (terminals 1 - 2 - 3 )
4
Heating-side relay output (terminals 1 - 2 - 3 ), cooling-side
relay output (terminals 4 - 7 )
Heating-side pulse output (terminals 16 - 17 ), cooling-side relay
output (terminals 4 - 7 )
Heating-side current output (terminals 16 - 17 ), cooling-side
relay output (terminals 4 - 7 )
Heating-side relay output (terminals 1 - 2 - 3 ), cooling-side
transistor output (terminals 34 - 35 )
5
6
7
8
9
10
User
Setting
0
Heating-side pulse output (terminals 16 - 17 ), cooling-side
transistor output (terminals 34 - 35 )
Heating-side current output (terminals 16 - 17 ), cooling-side
transistor output (terminals 34 - 35 )
Heating-side relay output (terminals 1 - 2 - 3 ), cooling-side
current output (terminals 14 - 15 )
11
CT1
Control output cycle
time
Heating-side control
output cycle time
(in heating/cooling
control)
Heating-side pulse output (terminals 16 - 17 ), cooling-side
current output (terminals 14 - 15 )
12 Heating-side current output (terminals 16 - 17 ), cooling-side
current output (terminals 14 - 15 )
1 to 1000 sec.
30 sec.
On
On
Off
Cycle time
Off
Cycle time
Relay’s Behavior when Cycle Time = 10 sec.
For 20% of Control Output For 50% of Control Output For 80% of Control Output
10 sec.
On-state duration: 2 sec.
Off-state duration: 8 sec.
CTc1
AO1
AO2
AO3
A1H
A1L
A2H
A2L
A3H
A3L
Cooling-side control
output cycle time
Analog output-1 type
(OUTPUT 1:
Terminals 16 and 17 )
Analog output-2 type
(OUTPUT 2:
Terminals 46 and 47 )
Analog output-3 type
(OUTPUT 3:
Terminals 14 and 15 )
Analog output-1 100%
segmental point
Analog output-1 0%
segmental point
Analog output-2 100%
segmental point
Analog output-2 0%
segmental point
Analog output-3 100%
segmental point
Analog output-3 0%
segmental point
10 sec.
On-state duration: 5 sec.
Off-state duration: 5 sec.
10 sec.
On-state duration: 8 sec.
Off-state duration: 2 sec.
1 to 1000 sec.
30 sec.
Allows control output or retransmission output to be presented
as one of the following current signals.
0: 4 to 20 mA
1: 0 to 20 mA
2: 20 to 4 mA
3: 20 to 0 mA
0
0
0
Set the values of segmental points for the 0% and 100% output
levels at which the values are presented via OUTPUT-1
(terminals 16 and 17 ). See “■ Performing Split Computations” below.
-5.0% to 105.0%
100.0%
0.0%
Set the values of segmental points for the 0% and 100% output
levels at which the values are presented via OUTPUT-2
(terminals 46 and 47 ). See “■ Performing Split Computations” below.
-5.0% to 105.0%
100.0%
Set the values of segmental points for the 0% and 100% output
levels at which the values are presented via OUTPUT-3
(terminals 14 and 15 ). See “■ Performing Split Computations” below.
-5.0% to 105.0%
100.0%
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■ Performing Split Computations
[V-mode Output]
The following explains an example of letting “Analog OUTPUT-1 (terminals 16 and 17 )” and
“Analog OUTPUT-3 (terminals 14 and 15 )” present the V-mode characteristics of split
computations.
[1]
Set the Control Output Type (OT2) parameter to “2”.
This sets the control output to “current output.”
[2]
Set the Retransmission Output 1 (RET1) parameter to “7”.
This sets the retransmission output to “control output retransmission.”
[3]
Set the Analog Output-1 100% Segmental Point (A1H) parameter to “100%”.
[4]
Set the Analog Output-1 0% Segmental Point (A1L) parameter to “25%”.
[5]
Set the Analog Output-3 100% Segmental Point (A3H) parameter to “0%”.
[6]
Set the Analog Output-3 0% Segmental Point (A3L) parameter to “75%”.
The figure below shows an example where both analog outputs-1 and 3 are set to the
current signal of 4 to 20 mA DC. The type of output signal can be determined separately for
each of the analog outputs listed above, using the following three parameters.
Analog output-1:
Analog output-1 type (AO1)
Analog output-2:
Analog output-2 type (AO2)
Analog output-3:
Analog output-3 type (AO3)
Analog output-3
100% segmental
point (A3H)
mA
%
20
100
Analog output-1
100% segmental
point (A1H)
Output value after computation
Analog output-3
16
75
Analog output-1
12
50
8
25
Analog output-3
0% segmental
point (A3L)
Analog output-1
0% segmental
point (A1L)
4
0
0
25
50
75
100
%
Output value before split computation
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[Parallel-mode Output]
The following explains an example of letting “Analog OUTPUT-1 (terminals 16 and 17 )” and
“Analog OUTPUT-3 (terminals 14 and 15 )” present the parallel-mode characteristics of split
computations.
[1]
Set the Control Output Type (OT2) parameter to “2”.
This sets the control output to “current output.”
[2]
Set the Retransmission Output 1 (RET1) parameter to “7”.
This sets the retransmission output to “control output retransmission.”
[3]
Set the Analog Output-1 100% Segmental Point (A1H) parameter to “100%”.
[4]
Set the Analog Output-1 0% Segmental Point (A1L) parameter to “25%”.
[5]
Set the Analog Output-3 100% Segmental Point (A3H) parameter to “75%”.
[6]
Set the Analog Output-3 0% Segmental Point (A3L) parameter to “0%”.
The figure below shows an example where both analog outputs-1 and 3 are set to the
current signal of 20 to 0 mA DC. The type of output signal can be determined separately for
each of the analog outputs listed above, using the following three parameters.
Analog output-1:
Analog output-1 type (AO1)
Analog output-2:
Analog output-2 type (AO2)
Analog output-3:
Analog output-3 type (AO3)
Output value after computation
Analog output-3
100% segmental
point (A3H)
mA
%
0
100
Analog output-1
100% segmental
point (A1H)
Analog output-3
5
75
Analog output-1
10
50
15
25
Analog output-3
0% segmental
point (A3L)
20
Analog output-1
0% segmental
point (A1L)
0
0
25
50
75
100
%
Output value before split computation
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● Communication Parameters
Located in: Main menu = UPMD ; Submenu = R485
Parameter
Symbol
Name of Parameter
Setting Range and Description
Initial Value
PSL1
Protocol selection-1
0: PC link communication
1: PC link communication (with sum check)
2: Ladder communication
3: Coordinated master station
7: MODBUS (ASCII)
8: MODBUS (RTU)
9: Coordinated master station (2 loop mode)
0
BPS1
PRI1
Baud rate-1
9600 (4)
STP1
DLN1
Stop bit-1
600 (0), 1200 (1), 2400 (2), 4800 (3),
9600 (4) (bps)
NONE (0): None
EVEN (1): Even
ODD (2): Odd
1, 2
Data length-1
7, 8;
7 is fixed for MODBUS (ASCII)
8 is fixed for MODBUS (RTU), Ladder
8
ADR1
Address-1
1
RP.T1
PSL2
Minimum response time-1
1 to 99
However, the maximum number of stations
connectable is 31.
0 to 10 ( 10 ms)
Protocol selection-2
0: PC link communication
1: PC link communication (with sum check)
2: Ladder communication
3: Coordinated master station
5: I/O expansion (for single-controller applications)
6: I/O expansion (for dual-controller applications)
9: Coordinated master station (2 loop mode)
0
BPS2
PRI2
Baud rate-2
600 (0), 1200 (1), 2400 (2), 4800 (3), 9600 (4),
19200 (5), 38400 (6) (bps)
9600 (4)
Parity-2
EVEN (1)
STP2
DLN2
ADR2
Stop bit-2
NONE (0): None
EVEN (1): Even
ODD (2): Odd
1, 2
RP.T2
Minimum response time-2
Parity-1
Data length-2
Address-2
7, 8
8 is fixed for Ladder
1 to 99
However, the maximum number of stations
connectable is 31.
0 to 10 ( 10 ms)
User
Setting
EVEN (1)
1
0
1
8
1
0
● Parameter-initializing Parameters
Located in: Main menu = UPMD ; Submenu = INIT
Parameter
Symbol
INI
Name of Parameter
Parameter initialization
Setting Range and Description
OFF (0): ON (1): Initialize parameters
Initial Value
User
Setting
OFF (0)
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■ Tips about Heating/Cooling Control
In heating/cooling control, the controller outputs the result of computation after splitting it
into heating-purpose and cooling-purpose signals. In addition, the controller can perform
PID control or ON/OFF control on the heating and cooling sides separately. When performing ON/OFF control, set the proportional band to “0”.
The controller splits the result of computation (0 to 100%) into heating-side and coolingside signals, as described below.
• 0% to 50% of the computation result is presented as a 0% to 100% cooling-side
output.
• 50% to 100% of the computation result is presented as a 0% to 100% heating-side
output.
SP
PV
Communication
PID computation
Manual MV output
0% to 100%
Heating/cooling
computation
50% to 100%
0% to 50%
Cooling-side
output limiter
Heating-side
output limiter
Cooling-side MV
output
0% to 100%
Heating-side MV
output
0% to 100%
Heating/cooling control provides two methods in which either none of the heating- and
cooling-side outputs are presented or both of the heating- and cooling-side outputs are
presented, as shown in the following figures.
Output (%)
100
Output (%)
100
Heating-side
output
Cooling-side
output
0
0
50
Dead band
Heating-side
output
Cooling-side
output
0
100(%)
Value of control output before split into
heating- and cooling-side outputs
0
50
100(%)
Dead band
Value of control output before split into
heating- and cooling-side outputs
Precautions in Heating/Cooling Control
• Keep the ratio of the heating-side proportional band (P) to the cooling-side proportional band (Pc) equal to or below 5.
• If neither the heating-side nor the cooling-side is performing ON/OFF control, setting
the integral time (I or Ic) of one side to “0” results in the Integral Time parameters of
both sides being set to “OFF”, irrespective of the integral time setting of the other side.
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Function Block Diagram and
Descriptions
This chapter contains the function block diagrams for “Cascade control,” “Cascade
heating/cooling control.” For details on these function block diagrams, refer to the
descriptions mentioned later.
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■ Function Block Diagram for Cascade Control
Primary PV
input terminals
11 , 12 and 13
Contact Input
Expansion
RDI104 to 108
INPUT1
Contact input
DI1
DI2
Analog input range conversion
Analog input bias
Square root extraction
Program operation
Analog input filter
Program
operation
PV input filter
Local setpoint 2
Start of local operation
when RDI101 changes
from OFF to ON.
Start of hold operation
when RDI102 changes
from OFF to ON.
Advance operation
when RDI103 changes
from OFF to ON.
Local
setpoint 1
Local
operation
10-seg. linearizer approx./bias
PV input bias
DI5
DI6
DI7
RDI101 to 103
Stop of program operation
when DI changes from OFF to ON
Unit selection
DI4
Contact Input
Expansion
Start of program operation
when DI changes from OFF to ON
Program
pattern selection
Input selection
DI3
Secondary PV
input terminals
21 and 22
INPUT3
Input selection
Unit selection
Analog input range conversion
Analog input bias
Square root extraction
Analog input filter
10-seg. linearizer approx./bias
PV input bias
PV input filter
Control computation 1
Output limiter
LOCAL
LSP/CAS
CASCADE
LOCAL (OFF)/CASCADE (ON) switching
Tracking signal
Manual operation
Control computation 2
MAN
Preset output
STOP
RUN
LOCAL,
CASCADE
Output limiter
STOP/RUN switching
15 V loop
power supply
OT2
Retransmission
output
PV event output
Time event output
Instrument alarm output
Control output
RET2
OUTPUT1
RET1
OUTPUT1
DO1
Current or
pulse terminals
16 and 17
OUTPUT1
Relay
terminals
1 , 2 and 3
Current*
terminals
16 and 17
OUTPUT3
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
PV
PV Instrument Time
Time
Time
Time
event 1 event 2 alarm 1 event 1 event 2 event 3 event 4
Current
terminals
14 and 15
R151 to 158
R251 to 258
Contact Output Expansion
Terminal
Parameter
Analog signal
Contact signal
Function
*: Unavailable when control output is
current or pulse.
Legend
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■ Function Block Diagram for Cascade Heating/Cooling Control
Primary PV
input terminals
11 , 12 and 13
RDI104 to 108
INPUT1
Contact input
Contact Input
Expansion
DI2
DI3
Analog input bias
Advance operation
when RDI103 changes
from OFF to ON.
Program operation
Analog input filter
10-seg. linearizer approx./bias
PV input bias
Local
setpoint 1
Local
operation
Program
operation
PV input filter
Local setpoint 2
DI6
RDI101 to 103
DI7
Stop of program operation
when DI changes from OFF to ON
Analog input range conversion
Square root extraction
DI5
Start of local operation
when RDI101 changes
from OFF to ON.
Start of hold operation
when RDI102 changes
from OFF to ON.
Program
pattern selection
Unit selection
DI4
Contact Input
Expansion
Start of program operation
when DI changes from OFF to ON
Input selection
DI1
Secondary PV
input terminals
21 and 22
INPUT3
Input selection
Unit selection
Analog input range conversion
Analog input bias
Square root extraction
Analog input filter
10-seg. linearizer approx./bias
PV input bias
PV input filter
Control computation 1
Output limiter
LOCAL
LSP/CAS
CASCADE
LOCAL (OFF)/CASCADE (ON) switching
Tracking signal
15 V loop
power supply
Control computation 2
Manual operation
MAN
Retransmission
output
LOCAL,
CASCADE
RET2
RET1
OUTPUT1
OUTPUT3
Heating/Cooling computation
Heating-side output limiter
Heating-side
preset output
Cooling-side output limiter
STOP/RUN switching
OT2
Current*1
terminals
16 and 17
PV event output
Time event output
Instrument alarm output
Cooling-side
preset output
OT2
Heating-side
output
Current*2
terminals
14 and 15
Cooling-side
output
DO1
OUTPUT1
OUTPUT1
OUTPUT3
Current
or pulse
terminals
16 and 17
Relay
terminals
1 , 2 and 3
Current
terminals
46 and 47
DO3
DO4
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
PV
PV Instrument*3 Time*4 Time
Time
Time
event 1 event 2 alarm 1 event 1 event 2 event 3 event 4
Relay or
transistor
R151 to 158
R251 to 258
Contact Output Expansion
Terminal
Parameter
Analog signal
Contact signal
Legend
Function
*1: Unavailable when heating-side output is
current or pulse.
*2: Unavailable when cooling-side output is
current.
*3: Unavailable when cooling-side output is
relay.
*4: Unavailable when cooling-side output is
transistor.
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Functions and Parameters for “Cascade Control” in Initial State
Functions and parameters in initial state are given in the tables below. For details on each
parameter, refer to “6.2 Lists of Parameters.”
■ Primary-loop PV Input
PV input of the primary-loop (INPUT1) is a universal input, which can receive signals from
thermocouple, RTD, or DC voltage signals. The controller is capable of biasing, square root
extraction, first-order lag computation (filtering), ten-segment linearizer approximation, and
ten-segment linearizer biasing on input signals.
Each function can be set by the following parameters.
Setup Parameters
Function
Parameter
Main menu
Submenu
Input selection
IN1
UPMD
IN
Unit selection
UNI1
UPMD
IN
Analog input range conversion RH1, RL1 (SDP1, SH1, SL1)
UPMD
IN
Analog input bias
A.BS1
CMLP
AIN
Square root extraction
A.SR1, A.LC1
CMLP
AIN
Analog input filter
A.FL1
CMLP
AIN
Note: PV input bias (BS) and PV input filter (FL) among the operating parameters are used as bias and filter when normal
operation. Analog input bias (A.BS1) and analog input filter (A.FL1) among the setup parameters are used when PV
correction value is decided in advance.
Operating Parameters
Function
Parameter
Main menu
Submenu
Ten-segment linearizer mode
1.PMD
PYS1
None
Ten-segment linearizer
approximation/biasing
1.a1 to 1.a11, 1.b1 to 1.b11
PYS1
None
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■ Secondary-loop PV Input
PV input of the secondary-loop (INPUT3) can receive signals from DC voltage signals. The
controller is capable of biasing, square root extraction, first-order lag computation (filtering),
ten-segment linearizer approximation, and ten-segment linearizer biasing on input signals.
Each function can be set by the following parameters.
Setup Parameters
Function
Parameter
Main menu
Submenu
Input selection
IN3
UPMD
IN
Unit selection
UNI3
UPMD
IN
Analog input range conversion RH3, RL3 (SDP3, SH3, SL3)
UPMD
IN
Analog input bias
A.BS3
CMLP
AIN
Square root extraction
A.SR3, A.LC3
CMLP
AIN
Analog input filter
A.FL3
CMLP
AIN
Note: PV input bias (BS) and PV input filter (FL) among the operating parameters are used as bias and filter when normal
operation. Analog input bias (A.BS3) and analog input filter (A.FL3) among the setup parameters are used when PV
correction value is decided in advance.
Operating Parameters
Function
Parameter
Main menu
Submenu
Ten-segment linearizer mode
2.PMD
PYS2
None
Ten-segment linearizer
approximation/biasing
2.a1 to 2.a11, 2.b1 to 2.b11
PYS2
None
■ Selecting Program Pattern Using Contact Input
It is possible to select the program pattern by turning the four contact input signals ON or
OFF. This function is assigned to DI1 (contact input 1) to DI4 (contact input 4). Note that the
program pattern can be selected during RESET mode, can not during operation.
Contact
input
Program pattern number to be selected (PT.No)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
DI1
ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON
DI2
OFF ON
DI3
OFF OFF OFF ON
DI4
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
ON OFF OFF ON
ON
ON
ON OFF OFF ON
ON OFF OFF ON
ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
For example, set contact input 2 (DI2) only to “ON” to change the program pattern 1 to the
program pattern 2.
Set contact input 1 (DI1) and contact input 2 (DI2) to “ON” to select the program pattern 3.
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■ Switching Operation Mode Using Contact Input
Program operation for the selected program pattern starts when DI5 (contact input 5)
changes from OFF to ON.
Program operation stops when DI6 (contact input 6) changes from OFF to ON. Preset
output value is output when the operation stops.
Cascade (ON)/Local (OFF) switching function is assigned to DI7 (contact input 7).
■ PID (Primary-loop)
It is possible to use a maximum of eight groups of PID parameters in Cascade operation.
Operating Parameters
Function
Parameter
Main menu
Submenu
Proportional band (P)
n.P
LP1
n.PID
Integral time (I)
n.I
LP1
n.PID
Derivative time (D)
n.D
LP1
n.PID
■ PID (Secondary-loop)
It is possible to use a maximum of eight groups of PID parameters in AUTO or MAN operation.
Operating Parameters
Function
Parameter
Main menu
Submenu
Proportional band (P)
n.P
LP2
n.PID
Integral time (I)
n.I
LP2
n.PID
Derivative time (D)
n.D
LP2
n.PID
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■ Control Output
Control output (OUTPUT1) selects the output type among the current output, voltage pulse
output, and relay contact output signals.
Preset output value is output when the operation is stopped by key operation or contact
input, which takes priority over the manual operation.
Each function can be set by the following parameters.
Setup Parameters
Function
Parameter
Main menu
Submenu
OT2
UPMD
OUT
Control output cycle time
CT1
UPMD
OUT
Analog output-1 type
AO1
UPMD
OUT
Control output type selection
Operating Parameters
Function
Parameter
Main menu
Submenu
Preset output
n.PO
LP1
n.PID
Output limiter
n.OL, n.OH
LP1
n.PID
■ Contact Output
PV event 1 is output via DO1 (contact output 1).
PV event 2 is output via DO2 (contact output 2).
Instrument alarm 1 is output via DO3 (contact output 3).
Time event 1 is output via DO4 (contact output 4).
Time event 2 is output via DO5 (contact output 5).
Time event 3 is output via DO6 (contact output 6).
Time event 4 is output via DO7 (contact output 7).
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■ Retransmission Output
PV, program setpoint, or control output can be output to retransmission output 1 (OUTPUT3).
Retransmission output 2 (OUTPUT1) can be used when the control output is relay.
Each function can be set by the following parameters.
Setup Parameters
Function
Parameter
Main menu
Submenu
Retransmission output 1 type
RET1
CMLP
RET
Retransmission output 1 scale
RTH1, RTL1
CMLP
RET
Retransmission output 2 type
RET2
CMLP
RET
Retransmission output 2 scale
RTH2, RTL2
CMLP
RET
■ 15 V DC Loop Power Supply
The 15 V DC loop power supply (OUTPUT3) uses the same terminal of retransmission
output 1 or 2. The 15 V DC loop power supply can not be used when retransmission output
1 or 2 is used. To use the 15 V DC loop power supply, set “4” in retransmission output type
1 (RET1) or 2 (RET2) selection parameter.
Each function can be set by the following parameters.
Setup Parameters
Function
Parameter
Main menu
Submenu
Retransmission output 1 type
RET1
CMLP
RET
Retransmission output 2 type
RET2
CMLP
RET
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● Title
: Model UP750 Program Controller User’s Manual for Cascade Control
● Manual No. : IM 05E01B02-44E
May 2000/1st Edition
Newly published
Written by
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Yokogawa M&C Corporation
Published by Yokogawa M&C Corporation
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