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DELTA Temperature Controller
DTB Series
User Manual
B Series Temperature Controller
User Manual
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Precaution
DANGER! Caution! Electric Shock!
1. Do not touch the AC terminals while the power is supplied to the controller to prevent an electric shock.
2. Make sure power is disconnected while checking the unit inside.
3. The symbol
indicates that this Delta B Series Temperature Controller is protected throughout by DOUBLE INSULATION or REINFORCED
INSULATION (equivalent to Class II of IEC 536).
WARNING!
This controller is an open-type temperature controller. Make sure to evaluate any dangerous application in which a serious human injury or serious
property damage may occur.
1. Always use recommended solder-less terminals: Fork terminal with isolation (M3 screw, width is 7.0mm (6.0mm for DTB 4824), hole diameter 3.2mm).
Screw size: M3 x 6.5 (With 6.8 x 6.8 square washer). Screw size for DTB4824: M3 x 4.5 (With 6.0 x 6.0 square washer). Recommended tightening
torque: 0.4 N.m (4kgf.cm). Applicable wire: Solid/twisted wire of 2 mm2, 12AWG to 24AWG. Please be sure to tighten them properly.
2. Do not allow dust or foreign objects to fall inside the controller to prevent it from malfunctioning.
3. Never modify or disassemble the controller.
4. Do not connect anything to the “No used” terminals.
5. Make sure all wires are connected to the correct polarity of terminals.
6. Do not install and/or use the controller in places subject to: (a) Dust or corrosive gases and liquid. (b) High humidity and high radiation. (c) Vibration and
shock. (d) High voltage and high frequency.
7. Must turn power off when wiring and changing a temperature sensor.
8. Be sure to use compensating wires that match the thermocouple types when extending or connecting the thermocouple wires.
9. Please use wires with resistance when extending or connecting a platinum resistance thermometer (RTD).
10. Please keep the wire as short as possible when wiring a platinum resistance thermometer (RTD) to the controller and please route power wires as far as
possible from load wires to prevent interference and induced noise.
11. This controller is an open-type unit and must be placed in an enclosure away from high temperature, humidity, dripping water, corrosive materials,
airborne dust and electric shock or vibration.
12. Make sure power cables and signals from instruments are all installed properly before energizing the controller, otherwise serious damage may occur.
13. Please do not touch the terminals in the controller or try to repair the controller when power is applied to prevent an electric shock.
14. Wait at least one minute after power is disconnected to allow capacitors to discharge, and please do not touch any internal circuit within this period.
15. Do not use acid or alkaline liquids for cleaning. Please use a soft, dry cloth to clean the controller.
16. This instrument is not furnished with a power switch or fuse. Therefore, if a fuse or power switch is required, install the protection close to the instrument.
Recommended fuse rating: Rated voltage 250 V, Rated current 1 A. Fuse type: Time-lag fuse
17. Note: This controller does not provide overcurrent protection. Use of this product requires that suitable overcurrent protection device(s) must be added to
ensure compliance with all relevant electrical standards and codes. (Rated 250 V, 15 Amps max). A suitable disconnecting device should be provided
near the controller in the end-use installation.
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Display, LED and Pushbuttons
PV Display : to display the process value or parameter type.
SV Display : to display the set point, parameter operation read value,
manipulated variable or set value of the parameter.
AT : Auto-tuning LED, flashes when the Auto-tuning operation is ON.
OUT1/OUT2 : Output LED , l ights when the output is ON.
: Function key. Press this key to select the desired function mode and
confirm a setting value.
: Mode key . Press this key to set parameters within function mode.
O
C, OF : Temperature unit LED .OC : Celsius OF : Fahrenheit
ALM1 ~ ALM3 : Alarm output LED, lights when ALM1/ALM2/ALM3 is ON.
: Down key . Press this key to decrease values displayed on the SV
display. Hold down this key to speed up the decrements.
: Up key . Press this key to increase values displayed on the SV display.
Hold down this key to speed up the incremental action.
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Ordering Information
DTB 1 2 3 4 5 6
7
DTB Series
1
5
6
7
DTB : Delta B Series Temperature Controller
4824: 1/32 DIN W48 x H24mm; 4848: 1/16 DIN W48 x H48mm;
2 3 4 Panel Size (W×H)
4896: 1/8 DIN W48 x H96mm; 9696: 1/4 DIN W96 x H96mm
R: Relay output, SPDT (SPST: 1/16 DIN and 1/32 DIN size), 250VAC, 5A
1st Output Group Selection V: Voltage pulse output, 14V +10%~ -20% (Max. 40mA)
C: DC current output, 4 ~ 20m A; L: Linear voltage output, 0~5V, 0~10Vdc
R: Relay output, SPDT (SPST: 1/16 DIN and 1/32 DIN size), 250VAC, 5A
2nd Output Group Selection V: Voltage pulse output, 14V +10%~ -20% (Max. 40mA)
None: No EVENT input, No CT (Current transformer); E: EVENT input is provided, No CT (Current transformer)
EVENT Inputs /
T: CT (Current transformer) is provided, No EVENT input; V: Valve control.
CT function (Optional)
Note 1: DTB4824 series: no optional function provided and no extra alarm output supported, but user can set 2nd output as alarm mode.
Note 2: DTB4848 series: only one alarm output when optional function supported, but user can set 2nd output as 2nd alarm output.
Note 3: “Valve control” with feedback selection is only available for DTB9696RRV.
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Input Voltage
Operation Voltage Range
Power Consumption
Memory Protection
Display Method
Sensor Type
Control Mode
Control Output
Display Accuracy
Sampling Rate
RS-485 Communication
Vibration Resistance
Shock Resistance
Ambient Temperature
Storage Temperature
Altitude
Relative Humidity
Specifications
100 to 240VAC 50/60Hz
85% to 110% of rated voltage
5VA max.
EEPROM 4K bit (non-volatile memory (number of writes: 100,000)
2 line x 4 character 7-segment LED display Process value(PV): Red color, Set point(SV): Green color
Thermocouple: K, J, T, E, N, R, S, B, L, U, TXK
3-wire Platinum RTD: Pt100, JPt100
Analog input: 0~5V, 0~10V, 0~ 20 m A, 4~20 m A, 0~50mV
PID, ON/OFF, Manual or PID program control (Ramp/Soak control)
Relay output: SPDT (SPST: 1/16 DIN and 1/32 DIN size), Max. load 250VAC, 5A resistive load
Voltage pulse output: DC 14V, Max. output current 40mA
Current output: DC 4 ~ 20m A output (Load resistance: Max. 600Ω)
Linear voltage output: 0~5V, 0~10V
0 or 1 digit to the right of the decimal point (selectable)
Analog input: 150 msec/ per scan Thermocouple or Platinum RTD: 400 msec/per scan
MODBUS ASCII / RTU communication protocol
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10 to 55Hz, 10m/s for 10min, each in X, Y and Z directions
2
Max. 300m/ s , 3 times in each 3 axes, 6 directions
o
o
0 C to +50 C
o
o
-20 C to +65 C
2000m or less
35% to 80% (non-condensing)
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Input Temperature Sensor Type
0~50mV Analog Input
Temperature Sensor Type and Temperature Range
Register Value
17
LED Display
Temperature Range
-999 ~ 9999
4~20mA Analog Input
16
-999 ~ 9999
0~20mA Analog Input
15
-999 ~ 9999
0V~10V Analog Input
14
-999 ~ 9999
0V~5V Analog Input
13
-999 ~ 9999
Platinum Resistance (Pt100)
12
-200 ~ 600 C
o
o
Platinum Resistance (JPt100)
11
-20 ~ 400 C
Thermocouple TXK type
10
-200 ~ 800 C
Thermocouple U type
9
-200 ~ 500 C
Thermocouple L type
8
-200 ~ 850 C
Thermocouple B type
7
100 ~ 1800 C
Thermocouple S type
6
0 ~ 1700 C
Thermocouple R type
5
0 ~ 1700 C
Thermocouple N type
4
-200 ~ 1300 C
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
Thermocouple E type
3
0 ~ 600 C
Thermocouple T type
2
-200 ~ 400 C
Thermocouple J type
1
-100 ~ 1200 C
Thermocouple K type
0
-200 ~ 1300 C
o
o
o
Note 1 : An external 250Ω precision resistor should be connected when the current input is selected as the input temperature sensor type..
Note 2 :
(Operation mode) must be set if user wish to specify decimal point position. Except for the thermocouple B, S, R type, the decimal
point positions of all the other thermocouple type input sensors can be set.
The default range of analog input is -999 ~ 9999. For example, when a 0~20mA analog input is selected as the input temperature sensor type, -999
indicates 0mA and 9999 indicates 20mA. If change the input range to 0 ~ 2000, then 0 indicates 0mA and 2000 indicates 20mA. One display scale is
equal to 0.01mA.
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Operation
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There are three modes of operation: operation, regulation and initial setting. When power is applied, controller gets into the operation mode.
Press the
key to switch to regulation mode. If the
mode. Pressing the
key is pressed for more than 3 seconds, controller will switch to the initial setting
key while in the regulation mode or initial setting mode, forces the controller to return to the operation mode.
PV/SV: Sets the temperature set point and displays the temperature process value. Use
Setting method: While in any function mode, press the
keys to set the temperature set point.
key to select the desired function and use the
keys to change settings.
key to save the changes.
Press
The next flow chart shows how to switch for settings and internal functions:
Press
Regulation Mode
key less than 3 sec
Press
Operation Mode
key
Regulation Mode
key more than 3 sec
Press
Operation Mode
(Set in PID control and RUN mode)
Use
key to
set temperature set point
Press
Press
Auto-tuning
Press
4 groups PID modes (n=0~3). When n=4,
PID control is auto regulated.
Initial Setting Mode
Initial Setting Mode
Set input type
Press
Set temperature unit
Control setting RUN or STOP
do not display when analog input
Press
Press
key
Press
PD control offset
setting
(When PID control is ON and Ti=0,
set the value of PdoF.
Press
Start pattern setting (PID
program control and
Time setting.
Press
Press
Decimal point position selection
(except for B, S, R type, all the
other types can be set)
Heating hystereisis setting
(Set in ON/OFF control mode)
Press
Set upper-limit of
temperature range
Press
Set lower-limit of
temperature range
Press
Cooling hystereisis setting
(Set in ON/OFF control mode)
Upper-limit alarm 1
Select control mode
(This parameter is available only when (See "Pattern and set Editing
ALA1 function enables)
selection" for detail)
Press
Press
Press
Heating/Cooling
Select heating/cooling control
or
Lower-limit alarm 1
control cycle setting
or dual loop output control
(This parameter is available only when
(Set in PID control mode)
Press
ALA1 function enables)
Press
Press
Control cycle setting
of 2nd output group
(Set in PID control and Dual Loop
output control mode)
Press
Upper-limit alarm 2
(This parameter is available only when
ALA2 function enables)
Press
P value of 1st & 2nd output grou
Lower-limit alarm 2
during dual loop output control
(This parameter is available only when
P value of 2nd output group =
ALA2 function enables)
(P value of 1st output group) x
Press
Press
Dead Band (Set in Dual Loop
output control mode)
Press
Switch setting for feedback
signal of valve. (Display when
valve control is ON)
Press
Automatically regulate
feedback value.
(Display when valve control is ON)
Press
Upper-limit alarm 3
(This parameter is available only when
ALA3 function enables)
Press
Alarm 1 mode setting
Press
Alarm 2 mode setting
Press
Alarm 3 mode setting
Press
Set system alarm
Lower-limit alarm 3
(This parameter is available only when
ALA3 function enables)
Press
Press
Communication write function
enable/disable
Setting lock mode
Press
Press
3
Display and adjust output value
of 1st output group
(Display in PID control mode and manual
RUN mode)
Time setting for valve from
full close to full open. (Display when
valve control is ON)
Press
ASCII, RTU communication
format selection
Press
Press
Display and adjust output value
of 2nd output group
(Display in dual loop PID control mode and
manual RUN mode)
Press
Valve Dead Band setting.
(Display when valve control is ON)
Press
Upper-limit regulation of
valve output with feedback to
controller. (Display when valve
signal feedback function is ON)
Press
Press
Lower-limit regulation of
valve output with feedback to
controller. (Display when valve
signal feedback function is ON)
Press
Communication address
setting
Press
In case of using an external CT,
the controller displays the current
value being measured by CT, if
the control output is ON
to return to set target temperature
Communication baud
rate setting
Press
Data length setting
Valve output with feedback.
(Display when valve feedback
function is ON)
Press
Regulate temperature
deviation value
Press
Parity bit setting
DA value feedback of valve.
(Display when valve feedback
function is ON)
Press
Back to target temperature
Press
Regulate upper-limit of analog
output value
(The setting display when analog output)
Press
Press
Stop bit setting
Press
to return input type setting
Regulate lower-limit of analog
output value
(The setting display when analog output)
Press
to return to auto-tuning mode
* 1 Scale = 2.8uA = 1.3mV for tuning output value
PID mode selection: any one of 4 groups PID modes (n=0~3) can be selected. When n=4, program will automatically select 1 group PID that is
most useful for target temperature.
Select n=0~4 to
PID setting: n=3.Press
PID setting: n=0.Press
decide PID mode.
0~3 groups PID
Press
Proportion band setting: n=0.
Press
Proportion band setting: n=3.
Press
Ti setting: n=0. Press
Ti setting: n=3. Press
Td setting: n=0.Press
Td setting: n=3.Press
Integral deviation setting: n=0.
AT setting.
Integral deviation setting: n=3.
AT setting.
Press
Pattern and step editing selection: edit
Press
Select desired editing pattern
number
select OFF
select number
back to PID deviation setting
in
and continue setting
back to PID deviation setting
parameter. The following display is the example operation of pattern No. 0.
Select actual step No. when
program control is executing
Edit temperature of step No. 0
of pattern No. 0
Press
Exit pattern and step editing selection
Switch to
Press
Press
Set additional execution cycle
number(0 to 99)
Edit time of step No. 0 of
pattern No. 0, unit is hh.mm
Press
Press
Set step No. 07 in order
Edit temperature of step No. 7
Press
of pattern No. 0
mode
Press
Edit time of step No. 7 of
pattern No. 0, unit is hh.mm
Press
to set actual step No.
4
Set link pattern, OFF indicates
the program end
to return pattern No. editing
Dual Loop Output Control (Heating / Cooling Control)
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Dead band
Temperature control can be achieved either by heating or cooling. In DTB series, heating and
cooling can be operated simultaneously (Dual Loop output control) to perform temperature
Cooling hysteresis
control. When Dual Loop output control are used, two control outputs must be connected to the Heating hysteresis
ON
heating and cooling devices. Please refer to the following for the operation:
Heating
Cooling
: This parameter is used to select heating or cooling action if operate either heating or
, 1st output group is heating (reverse)
cooling function in this controller. When selecting
OFF
PV
control, and when selecting
, 1st output group is cooling (forward) control. At this
Set point
moment, 2nd output group is regarded as an alarm output. If user select
or
, it
Figure 1. Output operation of ON/OFF control
during dual loop output control
indicates that user can operate Dual Loop output control function in this controller. When
Dead band: dead
selecting
, 1st output group is heating (reverse) control and 2nd output group is cooling
Output
band width=positive
, 1st output group is cooling (forward) control and 2nd
(forward) control. When selecting
output group is heating (reverse) control.
In DTB series, P (Proportional Band), I(Integral Time) and D(Derivative Time) parameters are
automatically set by using the Auto-tuning (AT) function.
Heating
Cooling
: This parameter is for the control mode that must be Dual Loop output control with PID
PV
control method configured. The value of P, I and D of 1st output group can be set immediately.
0
Set point
The P value of 2nd output group is equal to (P value of 1st output group) x
and the
value of I and D of 2nd output group are the same as the value of I and D of 1st output group.
Figure 2. PID control, Dead Band is positive
: Dead Band, shown as the following figure 1, 2 and 3. This parameter sets an area in
which the heating and cooling control output is 0 centering around the set point in a Dual Loop
Dead band: dead
Output
output control mode.
band width=negative
:
Settings lock. To avoid incorrect operation, two key lock functions are provided.
: Lock 1 can lock all settings. All parameters and temperature settings can be locked to
disable changes.
: Lock 2 can lock settings except the SV (Set point) value. All
parameters and temperature settings can be locked with the exception of the SV value. Press
and
Heating
Cooling
PV
0
key simultaneously, the “Lock” status can be released.
Set point
Figure 3. PID control, Dead Band is negative
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Alarm Outputs
There are up to three groups of alarm outputs and each group allows thirteen alarm types in the initial setting mode. The alarm output is
activated whenever the process temperature value (PV) is getting higher or lower than the set point of alarm limit.
Set
Alarm Type
Alarm Output Operation
Value
0
Alarm function disabled
Output is OFF
ON
1
Deviation upper- and lower-limit:
This alarm output operates when PV value is higher than the setting value SV+(AL-H) or lower than the OFF
SV+(AL-H)
SV-(AL-L) SV
setting value SV-(AL-L).
ON
2
Deviation upper-limit:
OFF
This alarm output operates when PV value is higher than the setting value SV+(AL-H).
SV
3
Deviation lower-limit:
This alarm output operates when PV value is lower than the setting value SV-(AL-L).
OFF
SV-(AL-L)
4
5
6
Reverse deviation upper- and lower-limit:
This alarm output operates when PV value is in the range of the setting value SV+(AL-H) and the setting
value SV-(AL-L).
Absolute value upper- and lower-limit:
This alarm output operates when PV value is higher than the setting value AL-H or lower than the setting
value AL-L.
Absolute value upper-limit:
This alarm output operates when PV value is higher than the setting value AL-H.
SV+(AL-H)
ON
SV
ON
OFF
SV-(AL-L)
SV
SV+(AL-H)
ON
OFF
AL-H
AL-L
ON
OFF
AL-H
ON
OFF
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Absolute value lower-limit:
This alarm output operates when PV value is lower than the setting value AL-L.
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ON
Deviation upper- and lower-limit with standby sequence:
This alarm output operates when PV value reaches set point (SV value) and the value is higher than the OFF
SV-(AL-L)
setting value SV+(AL-H) or lower than the setting value SV-(AL-L).
ON
Deviation upper-limit with standby sequence:
This alarm output operates when PV value reaches set point (SV value) and the reached value is higher OFF
than the setting value SV+(AL-H).
ON
Deviation lower-limit with standby sequence: this alarm output operates when PV value reaches the set
OFF
point (SV value) and the reached value is lower than the setting value SV-(AL-L).
AL-L
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10
SV-(AL-L)
11
ON
Hysteresis upper-limit alarm output:
This alarm output operates if PV value is higher than the setting value SV+(AL-H). This alarm output is OFF
OFF when PV value is lower than the setting value SV+(AL-L).
12
ON
Hysteresis lower-limit alarm output:
This alarm output operates if PV value is lower than the setting value SV-(AL-H). This alarm output is OFF OFF
13
14
15
16
17
18
when PV value is higher than the setting value SV-(AL-L).
ON
CT alarm output:
This alarm operates when the current measured by transformer (CT) is lower than AL-L or higher than OFF
AL-H (This alarm output is available only for the controller with current transformer).
When program control is end status, alarm output is ON.
When RAMP UP status happens to PID program control, alarm output is ON.
When RAMP DOWN status happens to PID program control, alarm output is ON.
When SOAK status happens to PID program control, alarm output is ON.
When RUN status happens to PID program control, alarm output is ON.
Note: AL-H and AL-L include AL1H, AL2H, AL3H and AL1L, AL2L, AL3L
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SV+(AL-H)
SV
SV
SV+(AL-H)
SV
AL-L AL-H
AL-H AL-L
AL-L
SV
AL-H
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Current Transformer (CT) Function
The Current Transformer (CT) function is used with the alarm output. When using a current transformer (CT) with the controller, change the
corresponding alarm output mode to mode 13 (alarm output set value is 13), then turn to operation mode and set the current lower-limit and
current upper-limit. You can set current alarm range between 0.5A ~ 30A, display resolution is 0.1A and measure accuracy is +/- 0.5A.
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EVENT Inputs Function
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There are two optional event inputs (contact inputs) supported (EVENT1and EVENT2) in DTB series.
EVENT1: RUN/STOP operation can be executed by RUN/STOP parameters (Operation Mode) or via the communication. User also can
control RUN/STOP operation by EVENT 1 in DTB series. The control output is ON if the circuit of EVENT 1 is open when the
controller is operating. Otherwise, the controller will stop output if the circuit of EVENT 1 is short or when the system parameter of
the controller is set to STOP mode.
EVENT2: DTB series allows user can switch two temperature setting value by changing the status (open/short) of EVENT 2. Each
temperature setting value has independent control parameters.
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PID Program Control (Ramp/Soak Program Control)
Description of Function and Parameters Setting:
PID program control by 8 patterns (Pattern No. 0~7) is supported in DTB series. Each pattern contains 8 steps (step No. 0 ~ 7), one Link
Pattern parameter, one Cycle parameter and one Actual Step parameter.
Start Pattern:
is in operation mode and it is used to set the Start Pattern of PID program control (This parameter appear in
mode only).
Steps : Include set point X and execution time T, these two parameters setting. The set point (SV) should reach temperature X after the period
of execution time T. If the set point is the same as the result of the previous setting, then it is called Soak program control. If not, then it
is called Ramp program control. Therefore, PID program control is also called Ramp/Soak program control. The default of step No. 0
in this controller is Soak program control. The controller will control the temperature (PV) to reach the set point X and then keep the
temperature at set point X. The period of execution time is time T which provided by step No. 0.
Link Pattern Parameter : For example, when set
to 2, it indicates that pattern No. 2 will execute next after the execution of pattern No.
0. If set to
, it indicates the program will stop after executing the current pattern and the temperature will keep at the set point of
the last step.
Cycle Parameter : Additional execution cycle number. For example, when set
to 2, it indicates that pattern No. 4 should execute twice
in addition. Include origin one time execution, total execute three times.
Actual Step Parameter : Execution step number per pattern (can set to 0 ~ 7). For example, when set
to 2, it indicates that pattern No
7 will not execute other steps than step 0 to step2.
Execution : When
is set to
, the program will start to execute in order from the step 0 of start pattern. When
is set to
, the program will stop and the control output is disabled. When
is set to
, the program will stop and the temperature
at that time will be controlled at the set point before program stop. Select
again, then the program will restart and execute from
is set to
, the program will hold and the temperature at that time will be controlled at the set
step 0 of start pattern. When
point before program hold. Select
again, then the program will follow the step before hold and start to execute through the rest
of the time.
Display : During PID program control, the SV default display is P-XX, P indicates the current execution pattern and XX indicates the current
execution step. Press
to change the display item. After select
current execution step will display on SV display. After select
execution step will display on SV display.
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, press
, press
key, and then the temperature set point of the
key, and then the residual time of the current
PID Control
One group can be selected from any one of 4 groups PID parameters (P, I, D, IOF) for PID control. After AT, PID value and temperature setting
will be stored in the selected one group.
~
: PIDn, n=0~4 from which 0~3 correspond to each PID parameter.
: n=4, auto PID
parameter. Program will automatically select a most useful PID parameter based on current temperature setting. Displayed SV values
correspond to
~
~
: Temperature setting corresponded to the selected PID parameter via user-defined or AT.
Valve Control:
When use valve control as output control, there are 2 Relay outputs for motor forward/reverse control, one (output 1) for valve open the other
(output 2) for valve close. The output volume is controlled by valve open/close and it can be set with feedback function enabled or disabled.
When feedback is disabled, output 1 will keep output while valve fully opens and output 2 will keep output while valve fully closes. But if
feedback is enabled, please follow the parameter setting for valve control as follows:
: Time for valve from full close to full open.
: Dead Band setting of valve. The value of current valve output minus previous one must be greater than Dead Band value; otherwise,
valve will remain OFF.
: Signal feedback setting, ON for enabling feedback and OFF for disabling feedback.
When
set to ” 1”, it means signal feedback function is activated and will come up selections as follows:
: Upper/Lower limit of valve feedback by auto-tuning.
must set to
for showing up this selection.
a.
b.
: D/A value when value fully opens. Set
to be ”1” for auto setting or ”0” for manual setting.
c.
: D/A value when value fully closes. Set
to be ”1” for auto setting or “0” for manual setting.
Note: If feedback function setting is with problem, program will see the setting as feedback disabled.
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RS-485 Communication
1.
2.
3.
4.
Supporting transmission speed: 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400bps
Non-supported formats: 7, N, 1 or 8, O, 2 or 8, E, 2
Communication protocol: Modbus (ASCII or RTU)
Function code: 03H to read the contents of register (Max. 8 words). 06H to write 1 (one) word into register. 02H to read the bits data (Max.
16 bits). 05H to write 1 (one) bit into register.
5.
Address and Content of Data Register:
Address
Content
Explanation
Measuring unit is 0.1, updated one time in 0.4 second
The following reading value display indicates error occurs:
8002H : Initial process (Temperature value is not got yet)
1000H Process value (PV)
8003H : Temperature sensor is not connected
8004H : Temperature sensor input error
8006H : Cannot get temperature value, ADC input error
8007H : Memory read/write error
o
o
1001H Set point (SV)
Unit is 0.1, C or F
1002H Upper-limit of temperature range
The data content should not be higher than the temperature range
1003H Lower-limit of temperature range
The data content should not be lower than the temperature range
1004H Input temperature sensor type
Please refer to the contents of the “Temperature Sensor Type and Temperature Range” for detail
1005H Control method
0: PID, 1: ON/OFF, 2: manual tuning, 3: PID grogram control
1006H Heating/Cooling control selection
0: Heating, 1: Cooling, 2: Heating/Cooling, 3: Cooling/Heating
1007H 1st group of Heating/Cooling control 0~99, 0:0.5 sec
cycle
1008H 2nd group of Heating/Cooling control 0~99, 0:0.5 sec
cycle
1009H PB Proportional band
0.1 ~ 999.9
100AH Ti Integral time
0~9999
100BH Td Derivative time
0~9999
100CH Integration default
0~100%, unit is 0.1%
100DH Proportional control offset error value, 0~100%, unit is 0.1%
when Ti = 0
100EH The setting of COEF when Dual Loop 0.01 ~ 99.99
output control are used
100FH The setting of Dead band when Dual -999 ~ 9999
Loop output control are used
1010H Hysteresis setting value of the 1st
0 ~ 9999
output group
1011H Hysteresis setting value of the 2nd
0 ~ 9999
output group
1012H Output value read and write of Output Unit is 0.1%, write operation is valid under manual tuning mode only.
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1013H Output value read and write of Output Unit is 0.1%, write operation is valid under manual tuning mode only.
2
1014H Upper-limit regulation of analog linear 1 Unit = 2.8uA(Current Output) = 1.3mV(Linear Voltage Output)
output
1015H Lower-limit regulation of analog linear 1 Unit = 2.8uA(Current Output) = 1.3mV(Linear Voltage Output)
output
1016H Temperature regulation value
-999~+999, unit: 0.1
1017H Analog decimal setting
0~3
1018H Time for valve from full open to full
0.1~999.9
close
1019H Dead Band setting of valve
0~100%; unit: 0.1%
101AH Upper-limit of feedback signal set by 0~1024
valve
101BH Lower-limit of feedback signal set by 0~1024
valve
101CH PID parameter selection
0~4
101DH SV value corresponded to PID value Only valid within available range, unit: 0.1 scale
1020H Alarm 1 type
Please refer to the contents of the “Alarm Outputs” for detail
1021H Alarm 2 type
Please refer to the contents of the “Alarm Outputs” for detail
1022H Alarm 3 type
Please refer to the contents of the “Alarm Outputs” for detail
1023H System alarm setting
0 : None (default), 1~3 : Set Alarm 1 to Alarm 3
1024H Upper-limit alarm 1
Please refer to the contents of the “Alarm Outputs” for detail
1025H Lower-limit alarm 1
Please refer to the contents of the “Alarm Outputs” for detail
1026H Upper-limit alarm 2
Please refer to the contents of the “Alarm Outputs” for detail
1027H Lower-limit alarm 2
Please refer to the contents of the “Alarm Outputs” for detail
1028H Upper-limit alarm 3
Please refer to the contents of the “Alarm Outputs” for detail
1029H Lower-limit alarm 3
Please refer to the contents of the “Alarm Outputs” for detail
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102AH Read LED status
b0 : Alm3, b1: Alm2, b2: F, b3: C, b4: Alm1, b5: OUT2, b6: OUT1, b7: AT
102BH Read pushbutton status
b0 : Set, b1 : Select, b2 : Up, b3 : Down. 0 is to push
102CH Setting lock status
0 : Normal, 1 : All setting lock, 11 : Lock others than SV value
102DH CT read value
Unit: 0.1A
102FH Software version
V1.00 indicates 0x100
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1030H
1040H~
1047H
1050H~
1057H
1060H~
1067H
Start pattern number
0~7
Actual step number setting inside the
0 ~ 7 = N, indicate that this pattern is executed from step 0 to step N
correspond pattern
Cycle number for repeating the
0 ~ 99 indicate that this pattern has been executed for 1 ~ 100 times
execution of the correspond pattern
Link pattern number setting of the
0 ~ 8, 8 indicates the program end. 0~7 indicates the next execution pattern number after executing
correspond pattern
the current pattern
Pattern 0~7 temperature set point
2000H~
setting; Pattern 0 temperature is set to -999 ~ 9999
203FH
2000H~2007H
2080H~ Pattern 0~7 execution time setting
Time 0 ~ 900 (1 minute per scale)
20BFH Pattern 0 time is set to 2080H~2087H
6.
Address and Content of Bit Register: ( First bit of reading will put into LSB, Write data = FF00H for bit set, 0000H for bit clear)
0810H Communication write-in selection
Communication write in disabled: 0 (default), Communication write in enabled: 1
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0811H Temperature unit display selection
C / linear input (default) : 1 , F : 0
0812H Decimal point position selection
Except for the thermocouple B, S, R type, all the other thermocouple type are valid. (0 or 1)
0813H AT setting
OFF: 0 (default), ON : 1
0814H Control RUN/STOP setting
0: STOP, 1 : RUN (default)
STOP setting for PID program
0: RUN (default), 1: STOP
0815H
control
Temporarily STOP for PID program
0: RUN (default), 1: Temporarily STOP
0816H
control
0817H Valve feedback setting status
0: w/o feedback (default), 1: feedback function
0818H Auto-tuning valve feedback status
0: Stop AT (default), 1: Start AT
7.
Communication Transmission Format : Command Code: 02: read N bits, 05: write 1 bits, 03: read N words, 06:
write 1 words
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Panel Cutout and Terminals Identification
Terminals Identification
Panel Cutout (dimensions are in millimeter and inch)
65.0 min.
(2.56)
DTB4824
40.0 min.
(1.58)
+0.6
22.0 -0
(0.87) +0.02
-0
OUT 2/
ALM
+
V
L
44.8
(1.76)
DTB4848
+0.6
-0
+0.02
-0
8
2
7
1
mm
(in)
N
RS-485
-
60.0 min.
(2.36)
10
11
5
4
RTD
!
OUT1
14VDC
or
4~20mA
or
0~10V
NO
COM
+
+0.6
45.0 -0
+0.02
(1.77) -0
+ +
IN
12
6
-
L
1 6 OUT2/ 11
AC 100~240V
ALM3
2 7
NO
4 9
Tc
50/60 Hz
12 N 5VA
14V DC
13 ALM 2
DATA-
RS-485
14 ALM 1
3A
250Vac
5 10 DATA+ 15 COM
- -
mm
(in)
DTB4896/DTB9696
DATA+
RS-485
DATASG
CT
+ +
IN
Tc
- DTB9696RRV
11
2 12
L
N
AC 100~240V
50/60 Hz
5VA
ALM2
Ev1
4
14
Ev2
5
15
COM
OUTPUT2/ALM3
+
COM
COM
RTD
1
3 13
ALM1
10
DATA-
Tc
IN
+
+
3 8 COM
RTD
+0.6
V
9
3
+
+ DATA+
DTB4848
(NO EVENT & CT)
DTB4848
(EVENT & CT selection)
45.0 -0
(1.77) +0.02
-0
DTB9696
- -
AC 100~240V
50/60 Hz 5VA
65.0 min.
(2.56)
DTB4896
OUT 1
+
DTB4824
-
14
6 16
NC
7 17
NO
8 18
NC
9 19
NO
10 20
14V DC
5A
250Vac
-
COM
OUTPUT1
5A
250Vac 14VDC or 4~20mA
or 0~10V
+
3A
250Vac
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External Dimensions
Dimensions are in millimeter (inch)
DTB4824
DTB4848
22.0 mm
(0.87 in)
45.0 mm +0.6
0
(1.77 in)+0.02
0
44.75 mm
(1.76 in)
+0.6
48.0 mm
(1.89 in)
3.4 mm
(0.13 in)
48.0 mm
(1.89 in)
21.85 mm
(0.86 in)
24.0 mm
(0.94 in)
44.8 mm
(1.76 in)
48.0 mm
(1.89 in)
99.8 mm
(3.93 in)
80.0 mm
(3.15 in)
9.5 mm
(0.37 in)
DTB9696
+0.6
91.5 mm +0.6
0
(3.60 in) +0.02
0
44.0 mm
(1.73 in)
91.0 mm 0
(3.58 in)+0.02
0
DTB4896
44.75 mm
(1.76 in)
45.0 mm 0
(1.77 in) +0.02
0
+0.6
48.0 mm
(1.89 in)
12.8 mm
(0.50 in)
96.0 mm
(3.78 in)
79.2 mm(3.12 in)
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98.0 mm
(3.86 in)
96.0 mm
(3.78 in)
91.0 mm(3.58 in)
98.2 mm(3.87 in)
95.7 mm(3.77 in)
44.5 mm
(1.75 in)
90.8 mm
91.0 mm 0
(3.58 in) +0.02
0
+0.6
0
+0.02
0
15.8 mm
(0.62 in)
79.2 mm
(3.12 in)
Mounting
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Mounting Method
Mounting Bracket Installation
Step 1 : Insert the controller through the panel cutout.
Step 2 : Insert the mounting bracket into the mounting groove at the top and
bottom of the controller
Step 3 : Push the mounting bracket forward until the bracket stops at panel
wall.
Step 4 : Insert and tighten screws on bracket to secure the controller in place.
(The screw torque should be 0.8kgf-cm to 1.5kgf-cm)
DTB4824 Mounting Method:
CT Wiring Method (if CT function is selected)
DTB4848/4896/9696 Mounting Method:
3
2
06
.8
m
m
M
ax
.
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Error Acknowledge and Display
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Communication error code response description:
Error status 102EH/4750H
PV read back 1000H/4700H
0001H
0002H
0003H
0004H
0005H
0006H
0007H
N/A
8002H
8003H
8004H
N/A
8006H
N/A
Error status
PV unstable
Re-initial, No temperature at this time
Input sensor did not connect
Input signal error
Over input range
ADC fail
EEPROM read/write error
Display message:
PV
SV
Power ON
DTB series, Firmware V1.50
Output VR type with Event option
Sensor didn’t connect
No
Connect
PV
SV
Error
EEPROM
PV
SV
Normal display
Present value
Set value
Input error
Error
Input
EEPROM error
Input over range
PV flash when over
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