Chromalox 3340, 3380 User manual

Chromalox 3340, 3380 User manual
Multi-point Digital Controller
3340/3380
Initial Setting Manual
0037-75426
Precision Heat and Control
(IMC03C02-E1)
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CONTENTS
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1. PROCEDURE FOR INITIALIZATION....................................1
1.1 Transfer to Engineering Mode .........................................................................2
1.2 Procedure for Parameter Setting .....................................................................4
1.3 End of Engineering Mode ................................................................................9
2. DETAILS OF PARAMETER SETTING ...............................10
2.1 Attention Items in Setting...............................................................................12
2.2 F10 Display function ......................................................................................17
2.3 F21 Input Specification ..................................................................................18
2.4 F22 Current Transformer (CT) Input Specification ........................................20
2.5 F24 Contact Input Specification.....................................................................22
2.6 F31 Output Function ......................................................................................24
2.7 F32 Alarm Output Function............................................................................26
2.8 F41 Alarm 1 Function/F42 Alarm 2 Function/F43 Alarm 3 Function..............27
2.9 F51 Control Action .........................................................................................29
2.10 F61 Communication Function......................................................................30
2.11 F91 Displayed for Maintenance Information ................................................31
3. INITIALIZE COMMUNICATION DATA................................32
3.1 Communication Data List...............................................................................32
3.2 Data Map .......................................................................................................39
4. INPUT RANGE TABLES.....................................................45
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Initialization is to set parameters relating to instrument specifications (input type, input range, alarm
type, etc.). Engineering mode that can do this setting.
Initialization flowchart
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Power ON
Change from RUN to STOP
See 1.1 Transfer to Engineering Mode.
Unlock the engineering mode
See 1.1 Transfer to Engineering Mode.
Setting the initial parameter
See 1.2 Procedure for Parameter Setting.
See 2. DETAILS OF PARAMETER SETTING.
Lock the engineering mode
See 1.3 End of Engineering Mode.
End of initialization
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1. PROCEDURE FOR INITIALIZATION
1.1 Transfer to Engineering Mode
The parameter of engineering mode can be changed only in the control STOP state.
1. Press the <R/S key with states of the PV/SV monitor mode for 1 second, to change the STOP
from RUN.
CH
PV
AREA
SV
CH
SET
R/S
STOP display
If set to the STOP state (dSTP) by the contact input, no parameters in Engineering mode
can be changed. They can be changed in case of the following.
• The instrument changed the STOP state (KSTP) by the key operation.
• The instrument changed the STOP state by both the key operation and contact input
operation.
For the RUN/STOP transfer, see the Instruction Manual (0037-75425)
2. Press the <R/S key while pressing the SET key with the PV/SV monitor mode change the
instrument to setup setting mode.
For the setup setting mode, see Instruction Manual (0037-75425).
3. Press the SET key several times to change to the lock level 2 display (LCK2).
4. Press the <R/S key to light brightly the hundreds digit on the SV display.
CH
PV
AREA
SV
CH
SET
R/S
Lock level 2 display
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5. Press the UP key to change 0 to 1 in the hundreds digit.
CH
PV
AREA
SV
CH
SET
Set value
0000: Lock
0100: Unlock
R/S
Lock level 2 display
6. Press the SET key to unlock the engineering mode. The display changes to the first parameter in
setup setting mode.
CH
PV
CH
PV
AREA
SV
AREA
SV
CH
SET
R/S
SET
CH
Lock level 2 display
R/S
Autotuning display
7. Press the <R/S key for 2 seconds while pressing the SET key to change the engineering mode.
The display changes to the function block F10.
CH
PV
CH
PV
AREA
SV
AREA
SV
CH
SET
R/S
Autotuning display
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SET
R/S
Function block F10 display
Engineering mode
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1.2 Procedure for Parameter Setting
Flowchart of displaying parameter items
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Display flowcharts in engineering mode are shown in the following.
[
: Press the SET key
: Press the UP or DOWN key]
STOP display
selection
PV
Return to the F10
SV
(F10.)
(SPCH)
Input type
selection
Display unit
selection
Decimal point
position setting
Setting limiter
(high limit) setting
Setting limiter
(low limit) setting
Return to the
F21.
(F21.)
(InP)
(UnIT)
CT ratio 1
selection
CT ratio 2
selection
(PGdP)
(SLH)
(SLL)
Return to the F22.
(F22.)
(CTr1)
(CTr2)
Any parameter whose channel number is
displayed can be set for each channel.
(Check the channel number on the
channel display of instrument.)
All of the channels can be
simultaneously set as the same value.
Contact input
logic selection
Return to the F24.
(dlSL)
(F24.)
Control output
logic selection 1
All the setting item is displayed regard
less of the contents of the instrument
specification.
Control output
logic selection 2
Return to the F31.
(F31.)
(LGo1)
(LGo2)
Alarm output
logic selection
Return to the F32.
(LGA)
(F32.)
Alarm 1
Alarm type
selection
Alarm hold
action selection
Alarm differential
gap setting
Alarm timer
setting
Action selection at
input error
Return to the
F41.
(AS1)
(F41.)
A
4
(AHo1)
(AH1)
(ALT1)
(AEo1)
B
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A
B
Alarm 2
Alarm type
selection
Alarm hold
action selection
Alarm differential
gap setting
Alarm timer
setting
Action selection at
input error
Return to the
F42.
(F42.)
(AS2)
Alarm 3
Alarm type
selection
(AHo2)
Alarm hold
action selection
(AH2)
(ALT2)
(AEo2)
Alarm differential
gap setting
Alarm timer
setting
Action selection at
input error
Return to the
F43.
(F43.)
(AS3)
(AHo3)
(AH3)
Control action
type selection
ON/OFF action
differential gap setting
(ALT3)
(AEo3)
Return to the F51.
(F51.)
(oS)
(oH)
Communication
protocol selection
RUN/STOP transfer
logic selection
Return to the F61.
(F61.)
(CMPS)
(CMLG)
ROM version
display
Integrated operating Integrated operating
time display
Holding peak ambient
time display
(Lower 4 digits)
temperature display
(Upper 3 digits)
Return to the F91.
(F91.)
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(E261)
(WTH)
(WTL)
(TCJ)
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Example of changing the setting
As setting procedure example, show procedure at setting with each channel (Usual setting) and
channel common (Batch setting).
Example 1:
The following procedure is for changing the CH1 input type from “K” to “J.” (Usual setting)
1. Press the UP key to change the display to F21.
CH
PV
AREA
SV
CH
SET
R/S
Function block display
2. Press the SET key to change to input type selection (InP).
CH
PV
AREA
SV
CH
SET
R/S
Input type selection
3. Press the UP key to enter 1 in the least significant digit of the set value (SV) display.
CH
PV
AREA
SV
CH
SET
R/S
Input type selection
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4. Press the SET key to register the value thus set. The display changes to the next parameter.
CH
PV
CH
PV
AREA
SV
AREA
SV
CH
SET
R/S
CH
Input type selection
SET
R/S
Display unit selection
Example 2:
The following procedure is for changing all channels of the input type from “K” to “J.” (Batch
setting)
1. Press the UP key to change the display to F21.
CH
PV
AREA
SV
CH
SET
R/S
Function block display
2. Press the SET key to change to input type selection (InP).
CH
PV
AREA
SV
CH
SET
R/S
Input type selection
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3. Press the CH key several times. Display the character A on the CH display and “----” on the SV
display. The character A indicates that the batch setting.
CH
PV
AREA
SV
CH
SET
R/S
Input type selection
Every time the CH key is pressed, the channel number changes as follows.
4. Press the UP key several times to enter 1 in the least significant digit of the set value (SV)
display.
CH
PV
AREA
SV
CH
SET
R/S
Input type selection
5. Press the SET key to register the value thus set. The display changes to the next parameter.
Press the CH key to return to the usual setting from the batch setting.
CH
PV
CH
PV
CH
PV
AREA
SV
AREA
SV
AREA
SV
CH
SET
R/S
Input type selection
CH
SET
R/S
CH
SET
R/S
Display unit selection
Display unit selection
(Batch setting)
(Usual setting)
If the selected parameter corresponds to the setting item in common to all channels, the
simultaneous setting state returns to the normal setting state.
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1.3 End of Engineering Mode
1. Transfer to function block symbol display (F## ) after each parameter is set.
2. Press the <R/S key for 2 seconds while pressing the SET key to change to the PV/SV monitor
mode from the engineering mode.
3. Press the <R/S key while pressing the SET key with the PV/SV monitor mode change the
instrument to setup setting mode.
4. Press the SET key several times to change to the lock level 2 display (LCK2).
5. Press the <R/S key to light brightly the hundreds digit on the SV display.
6. Press the DOWN key to change 1 to 0 in the hundreds digit.
CH
PV
AREA
SV
CH
SET
Set value
0000: Lock
0100: Unlock
R/S
Lock level 2 display
7. Press the SET key to lock the engineering mode. The display changes to the first parameter in
setup setting mode.
CH
PV
CH
PV
AREA
SV
AREA
SV
CH
SET
R/S
Lock level 2 display
CH
SET
R/S
Autotuning display
8. Press the <R/S key while pressing the SET key to change to the PV/SV monitor mode from the
setup setting mode. Thus, the initialization ends.
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2. DETAILS OF PARAMETER SETTING
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Parameter list
Function block
Parameter
Page
Display function STOP display selection
(SPCH)
P. 17
Input
specification
Input type selection
(InP)
P. 18
Display unit selection
(UnIT)
Decimal point position selection
(PGdP)
Setting limiter (high limit)
setting
Setting limiter (low limit)
setting
CT ratio 1 selection
(SLH)
(F10.)
(F21.)
(F22.)
(F24.)
(SLL)
Current
transformer (CT)
input
CT ratio 2 selection
specification
Contact input
Contact input logic selection
specification
Output function Control output logic selection 1
(CTr1)
(dISL)
P. 22
(LGo1)
Control output logic selection 2
(LGo2)
Alarm output logic selection
(LGA)
P. 24
(3340)
P. 25
(3380)
P. 26
(F41.)
Alarm 1 type selection
(AS1)
P. 27
Alarm 1 hold action selection
(AHo1)
Alarm 1 differential gap setting
(AH1)
Alarm 1 timer setting
(ALT1)
Alarm 1 action selection at
input error
(AEo1)
Alarm output
function
Alarm 1
function
P. 20
(CTr2)
(F31.)
(F32.)
P. 19
P.28
P. 29
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Continued from the previous page.
Function block
(F42.)
(F43.)
Alarm 2
function
Alarm 3
function
Control action
Parameter
Page
Alarm 2 type selection
(AS2)
P. 27
Alarm 2 hold action selection
(AHo2)
Alarm 2 differential gap setting
(AH2)
Alarm 2 timer setting
(ALT2)
Alarm 2 action selection at
input error
Alarm 3 type selection
(AEo2)
P. 29
(AS3)
P. 27
Alarm 3 hold action selection
(AHo3)
Alarm 3 differential gap setting
(AH3)
Alarm 3 timer setting
(ALT3)
Alarm 3 action selection at
input error
Control action type selection
(AEo3)
P. 29
(oS1)
P. 29
P. 28
P. 28
(F51.)
(F61.)
(F91.)
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Communication
function
Displayed for
maintenance
information
ON/OFF action differential gap
setting
Communication protocol
selection
RUN/STOP transfer logic
selection
ROM version display
Integrated operating time
(Upper 3 digits) display
Integrated operating time
(Lower 4 digits) display
Holding peak ambient
temperature display
(oH)
(CMPS)
P. 30
(CMLG)
(E261)
P. 31
(WTH)
(WTL)
(TCJ)
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2.1 Attention Items in Setting
If any of the following parameter is changed, the relevant set value is initialized or is automatically
converted.
Before changing the set values, always record all of them (SV setting & CT monitor mode,
setup setting mode, parameter setting mode and engineering mode).
After changing the set values, always check all of them (SV setting & CT monitor mode,
setup setting mode, parameter setting mode and engineering mode).
When changed parameter of input type selection or engineering unit setting
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When change a input type and unit, all the set value of a list shown below is initialized. Set it in value
to use once again.
Mode
Description
Default value
TC input
Engineering
mode
Setup setting
mode
Decimal point position
Setting limiter [high limit]
Setting limiter [low limit]
Alarm 1 hold action
Alarm 1 differential gap
Alarm 1 action at input error
Alarm 2 hold action
Alarm 2 differential gap
Alarm 2 action at input error
Alarm 3 hold action
Alarm 3 differential gap
Alarm 3 action at input error
ON/OFF action differential gap
Heater break alarm 1
Heater break alarm 2 3
PV bias
Digital filter
1
RTD input
0
Maximum settable value
Voltage input
1
2
100.0 %
0.0 %
0 (Without alarm hold action)
2 °C [°F]
2.0 °C [°F]
0.2 % of span
0 (Without action at input error)
0 (Without alarm hold action)
2 °C [°F]
2.0 °C [°F]
0.2 % of span
0 (Without action at input error)
0 (Without alarm hold action)
2 °C [°F]
2.0 °C [°F]
0.2 % of span
0 (Without action at input error)
2 °C [°F]
2.0 °C [°F]
0.2 % of span
OFF
OFF
0 °C [°F]
0.0 °C [°F]
0.0 %
OFF
1
0: No digit below decimal point
1: 1 digit below decimal point
3
In case of 3380, this item is not provided.
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Continued from the previous page.
Mode
Parameter
setting mode
SV setting &
CT monitor
mode
Description
Control loop break alarm
Control loop break alarm
deadband
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Alarm 3
Heat-side proportional band
Integral time
Derivative time
Anti-reset windup
Cool-side proportional band *
Overlap/deadband *
Setting changing rate limiter
Set value (SV)
Default value
TC input
RTD input
Voltage input
0 °C [°F]
8.0 minutes
0.0 °C [°F]
0.0 %
50 °C [°F]
50.0 °C [°F]
5.0 % of span
30 °C [°F]
30.0 °C [°F]
3.0 % of span
240 seconds
60 seconds
100 %
100 % of heat-side proportional band
0 °C [°F]
0.0 °C [°F]
0.0 %
OFF
0 °C [°F]
0.0 °C [°F]
0.0 %
* In case of 3380, these items are not provided.
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When changed parameter of decimal point position setting
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When change a decimal point position, it is converted into about set value of a list shown below
automatically. However, the set value may change as a result of changing the position of the decimal
point. Therefore in that case, re-set it to the value to be used.
Mode
Description
Setting limiter [high limit]
Setting limiter [low limit]
Alarm 1 differential gap
Alarm 2 differential gap
Alarm 3 differential gap
ON/OFF action differential gap
PV bias
Control loop break alarm deadband
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Alarm 3
Heat-side proportional band
Overlap/deadband *
Setting changing rate limiter
Set value (SV)
Engineering mode
Setup setting mode
Parameter setting mode
SV setting & CT monitor mode
* In case of 3380, this item is not provided.
Example and caution of automatic conversion
• Decimal point location moves in accordance with it when increases decimal point location.
Example: When the position of the decimal point changed from 0 to 1 with SLH set to 800 °C.
(Changed from 800 to 800.0)
(SLH)
(SLH)
• If the setting range is not between −1999 and +9999 regardless of the position of the decimal point,
it is limited by the range from −1999 to +9999.
Example: Suppose set SLH is 1372 °C, if change decimal point position from 0 to 1.
SLH becomes 999.9 as it exceeds the setting range.
(SLH)
(SLH)
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Continued from the previous page.
• If the number of digits below the decimal point is changed in the decreasing direction, the decreased
number of digits is omitted.
Example: Suppose set SLH is 99.99, if change decimal point position from 0 to 2.
The figures below the decimal point are omitted,
and as a result SLH becomes 99.
(SLH)
(SLH)
In the above example, it the position of the decimal point is returned to 2 from 0, SLH
becomes 99.00.
• Set SLL and SLH so that SLL may not be equal to SLH when the position of the decimal point is
changed. Otherwise malfunction may result.
Example: When the position of the decimal point is changed to 0 at SLL=999.1 and SLH=999.9
(SLL)
(SLH)
(SLL)
(SLH)
When changed parameter of setting limiter [high limit/low limit]
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When change setting limiter [high limit/low limit], all the set value of a list shown below is initialized.
Set it in value to use once again. However no change is made if the set value is within the range
changed.
Mode
Engineering mode
Setup setting mode
Parameter setting mode
SV setting & CT monitor mode
Description
Alarm 1 differential gap
Alarm 2 differential gap
Alarm 3 differential gap
ON/OFF action differential gap
PV bias
Control loop break alarm deadband
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Alarm 3
Heat-side proportional band
Overlap/deadband *
Setting change rate limiter
Set value (SV)
* In case of 3380, this item is not provided.
Example: For temperature input, voltage/current inputs
If the setting is made so that the span becomes narrower, there may be a case where the related set
value becomes smaller or 0.
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When changed parameter of alarm type selection
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When change alarm 1 type and alarm 2 type, all the set value of a list shown below is initialized. Set it
in value to use once again.
Mode
Description
Default value
TC input
Engineering
mode
Setup setting
mode
Parameter
setting mode
Alarm 1 hold action
Alarm 1 differential gap
Alarm 1 action at input error
Alarm 2 hold action
Alarm 2 differential gap
Alarm 2 action at input error
Alarm 3 hold action
Alarm 3 differential gap
Alarm 3 action at input error
Heater break alarm 1
Heater break alarm 2 *
Control loop break alarm
Control loop break alarm
deadband
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Alarm 3
RTD input
Voltage input
0 (Without alarm hold action)
2 °C [°F]
2.0 °C [°F]
0.2 % of span
0 (Without action at input error)
0 (Without alarm hold action)
2 °C [°F]
2.0 °C [°F]
0.2 % of span
0 (Without action at input error)
0 (Without alarm hold action)
2 °C [°F]
2.0 °C [°F]
0.2 % of span
0 (Without action at input error)
OFF
OFF
8.0 minutes
0 °C [°F]
0.0 °C [°F]
0.0 %
50 °C [°F]
50.0 °C [°F]
5.0 % of span
* In case of 3380, this item is not provided.
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2.2 F10 Display function
(1) STOP display selection (SPCH)
Details of setting
0000
0001
Factory set value
STOP is displayed on the PV display unit. (TYPE 1)
STOP is displayed on the SV display unit. (TYPE 2)
0000
Displays in the STOP mode become as follows.
(KSTP)
(SToP)
TYPE 1
(SPCH=0000)
PV
PV
SV
SV
SV
TYPE 2
(SPCH=0001)
PV
PV
PV
SV
SV
SV
(KSTP)
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(dSTP)
PV
(dSTP)
(SToP)
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2.3 F21 Input Specification
The setting items (InP, UnIT, PGdP, SLH and SLL) in the function block F21 are set for each channel.
In addition, they can be set simultaneously for all channels.
(1) Input type selection (InP)
0000
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
0009
0010
0011
0012
0013
0014
0015
0016
Details of setting
Factory set value
K
J
R
S
B
E
N
T
W5Re/W26Re
PL II
U
L
Pt100
JPt100
0 to 5 V DC
1 to 5 V DC
0 to 10 V DC
Factory set value
varies depending on
the input type.
Thermocouple *
(TC)
RTD *
Voltage *
* Input type cannot be changed because the hardware is different.
See 2.1 Attention Items in Setting (P. 12).
(2) Display unit selection (UnIT)
Details of setting
0000
0001
°C
°F
Factory set value
0000
The invalidity in case of the voltage inputs.
See 2.1 Attention Items in Setting (P. 12).
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(3) Decimal point position setting (PGdP)
Details of setting
0000
0001
0002
0003
Factory set value
No digit below decimal point (!!!!)
1 digit below decimal point (!!!.!)
2 digits below decimal point (!!.!!) *
3 digits below decimal point (!.!!!) *
Note 1
* When input type is thermocouple and RTD, no setting can be changed.
Note 1 Factory set value varies depending on the instrument specification.
See. 2.1 Attention Items in Setting (P. 12).
(4) Setting limiter [high limit] (SLH)
Setting limiter [low limit] (SLL)
Details of setting
K
J
Thermocouple
R
S
B
E
N
T
W5Re/W26Re
PL II
U
RTD
Voltage 2
1
2
L
Pt100 (JIS/IEC 1)
JPt100 (JIS)
0 to 5 V DC
1 to 5 V DC
0 to 10 V DC
−199 to +1372 °C (−326 to +2502 °F)
−199.9 to +999.9 °C (−199.9 to +999.9 °F)
−199 to +1200 °C (−326 to +2192 °F)
−199.9 to +999.9 °C (−199.9 to +999.9 °F)
0 to 1769 °C (0 to 3216 °F)
0 to 1769 °C (0 to 3216 °F)
0 to 1820 °C (0 to 3308 °F)
0 to 1000 °C (0 to 1832 °F)
0 to 1300 °C (0 to 2372 °F)
0 to 999.9 °C (0 to 999.9 °F)
−199 to +400 °C (−326 to +752 °F)
−199.9 to +400.0 °C (−199.9 to +752.0 °F)
0 to 2320 °C (0 to 4208 °F)
0 to 1390 °C (0 to 2534 °F)
−199 to +600 °C (−326 to +1112 °F)
−199.9 to +600.0 °C (−199.9 to +999.9 °F)
0 to 900 °C (0 to 1652 °F)
−199.9 to +649.0 °C
(−199.9 to +999.9 °F)
−1999 to +9999
(programmable scale)
Factory set
value
Factory set
value varies
depending on
the instrument
specification.
IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) is equivalent to JIS, DIN and ANSI.
In case of voltage/current inputs, SLH can be set below SLL.
Set the setting limiter referring to the 4. INPUT RANGE TABLES (P. 55).
See. 2.1 Attention Items in Setting (P. 12).
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2.4 F22 Current Transformer (CT) Input Specification
If the heater break alarm is selected as the alarm 2, the number of turns* of the current transformer
(CT) used is set for each channel. In addition, it can be set simultaneously for all channels.
* The number of turns = CT ratio
The heater break alarm for three-phase heater can not be specified with 3380.
When the 3380 instrument specification corresponds to contact input or communication
function, the heater break alarm can’t be added. Therefore, do not use this parameter.
CT ratio 1 selection (CTr1) [Heater break alarm for single-phase heater or heater
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break alarm for three-phase heater]
CT ratio 2 selection (CTr2) [Heater break alarm for three-phase heater]
The setting the CT ratio from CT1 to CT4 can be made when the CT ratio 1 (CTr1) of 3340 is
selected.
The setting the CT ratio from CT1 to CT8 can be made when the CT ratio 1 (CTr1) of 3380 is
selected.
The setting the CT ratio from CT5 to CT8 can be made when the CT ratio 2 (CTr2) is selected.
CH
PV
CH
PV
AREA
SV
AREA
SV
CH
SET
R/S
CT ratio 1 selection (CTr1)
Set the CT ratio.
CH
SET
R/S
CT ratio 2 selection (CTr2)
Setting method
When the CTL-6-P-N current transformer is used, set the CT ratio to 800.
When the CTL-12-S56-10L-N current transformer is used, set the CT ratio to 1000.
Details of setting
0 to 9999
Factory set value
CTL-6-P-N: 800
CTL-12-S56-10L-N: 1000
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3340 (Heater break alarm for single-phase heater)
CH display
PV display
1
CTr1
Details of setting
Set the CT ratio of CT1.
2
Set the CT ratio of CT2.
3
Set the CT ratio of CT3.
4
Set the CT ratio of CT4.
3340 (Heater break alarm for three-phase heater)
CH display
PV display
1
CTr1
Details of setting
Set the CT ratio of CT1.
2
Set the CT ratio of CT2.
3
Set the CT ratio of CT3.
4
Set the CT ratio of CT4.
1
CTr2
Set the CT ratio of CT5.
2
Set the CT ratio of CT6.
3
Set the CT ratio of CT7.
4
Set the CT ratio of CT8.
The CT ratio 2 selection (CTr2) is displayed when the instrument specification is three-phase heater.
3380 (Heater break alarm for single-phase heater)
CH display
PV display
1
CTr1
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Set the CT ratio of CT1.
2
Set the CT ratio of CT2.
3
Set the CT ratio of CT3.
4
Set the CT ratio of CT4.
5
Set the CT ratio of CT5.
6
Set the CT ratio of CT6.
7
Set the CT ratio of CT7.
8
Set the CT ratio of CT8.
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2.5 F24 Contact Input Specification
Setting is common to all channels.
When the 3380 instrument specification corresponds to heater break alarm, the contact input
can't be added. Therefore, do not use this parameter.
Contact input logic selection (diSL)
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The contact input logic selection sets the set value about the following contents.
• STOP selection
Selected whether to stop when the contact is opened or when the contact is closed.
• Memory area selection
Memory area selection 1 to 8: These contents are selected when any of the memory areas from 1
to 8 is selected by the contact input.
Memory area selection 1 to 7: For example, when a digital switch starting from “0” is used,
select the memory area number when the memory area number
must match the digital switch number.
If the selection of the memory areas from 1 to 7 is chosen, no memory area 8 can be
selected by the contact input. In this case, select the memory area by the front key.
• Used/unused of DI SET terminal (No. 43)
The method of establishment is set when the memory area is selected.
When the DI SET terminal (No. 43) is used:
Select the area 0.5 seconds after the DI SET terminal is closed.
When the DI SET terminal (No. 43) is not used:
Select the memory area 2 seconds after the area is selected.
Details of
setting
0000
0001
0002
STOP selection
When contact input
(RUN/STOP transfer)
opens, stop.
When contact input
(RUN/STOP transfer)
opens, stop.
When contact input
(RUN/STOP transfer)
opens, stop.
Memory area
selection
Used/unused of
DI SET terminal
(No. 43)
Factory
set value
Memory area transfer
1 to 8
Used
0000
Memory area transfer
1 to 8
Unused
Memory area transfer
1 to 7
Used
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Details of
setting
STOP selection
Memory area
selection
Used/unused of
DI SET terminal
(No. 43)
0003
When contact input
(RUN/STOP transfer)
opens, stop.
When contact input
(RUN/STOP transfer)
opens, stop.
When contact input
(RUN/STOP transfer) is
closed, stop.
When contact input
(RUN/STOP transfer) is
closed, stop.
When contact input
(RUN/STOP transfer) is
closed, stop.
When contact input
(RUN/STOP transfer) is
closed, stop.
When contact input
(RUN/STOP transfer) is
closed, stop.
Memory area transfer
1 to 7
Unused
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
0009
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area transfer function.
Unused
Memory area transfer
1 to 8
Used
Memory area transfer
1 to 8
Unused
Memory area transfer
1 to 7
Used
Memory area transfer
1 to 7
Unused
There is no memory
area transfer function.
Factory
set value
0000
Unused
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2.6 F31 Output Function
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3340
(1) Control output logic selection 1 (LGo1)
This data is 0000 fixation. This data must not set the set value besides 0000.
Channel
display
Output
number
1
2
3
4
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
Details of setting
0000: Heat-side control output of CH1
0000: Heat-side control output of CH2
0000: Heat-side control output of CH3
0000: Heat-side control output of CH4
Factory set
value
0000
(2) Control output logic selection 2 (LGo2)
Select the output logic of the output 2 (OUT5 to OUT8).
The channel number displayed on the CH display unit corresponds to the relevant output number.
The setting is made for each channel number. In addition, OUT5 to OUT8 can be simultaneously set.
Conduct setting so as to meet the instrument specification.
An incorrect setting may cause a malfunction.
1
2
Channel
display
Output
number
1
OUT5
2
OUT6
3
OUT7
Details of setting
0000: No output
0001: Cool-side control output of CH1 1
0002: No output
0003: No output
0004: Alarm 3 of CH1 2
0005: Alarm 3 of CH2 2
0006: Alarm 3 of CH3 2
0007: Alarm 3 of CH4 2
0008 to 0011: No output
0000: No output
0001: Cool-side control output of CH2 1
0002 to 0007: Same as OUT5
0008 to 0011: No output
0000: No output
0001: Cool-side control output of CH3 1
0002 to 0007: Same as OUT5
0008 to 0011: No output
Factory set
value
Factory set
value varies
depending on
the input
type.
Setting becomes effective at the time of heat/cool control.
Not output when alarm 3 corresponds to the FAIL alarm.
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3340
Channel
display
4
*
Output
number
OUT8
Details of setting
0000: No output
0001: Cool-side control output of CH4 *
0002 to 0007: Same as OUT5
0008 to 0011: No output
Factory set
value
Factory set
value varies
depending on
the input
type.
Setting becomes effective at the time of heat/cool control.
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3380
(1) Control output logic selection 1 (LGo1)
This data is 0000 fixation. This data must not set the set value besides 0000.
Channel
display
Output
number
1
2
3
4
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
Details of setting
0000: Heat-side control output of CH1
0000: Heat-side control output of CH2
0000: Heat-side control output of CH3
0000: Heat-side control output of CH4
Factory set
value
0000
(2) Control output logic selection 2 (LGo2)
This data is 0000 fixation. This data must not set the set value besides 0000.
Channel
display
Output
number
1
2
3
4
OUT5
OUT6
OUT7
OUT8
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0000: Heat-side control output of CH5
0000: Heat-side control output of CH6
0000: Heat-side control output of CH7
0000: Heat-side control output of CH8
Factory set
value
0000
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2.7 F32 Alarm Output Function
Alarm output logic selection (LGA)
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Select the alarm output logic of alarm 1 (Normal equipment), alarm 2 (Option) and alarm 3 (Option).
The channel number displayed on the CH display unit corresponds to the relevant alarm. The setting
is made for each channel number. In addition, output logic of alarm 1 to alarm 3 can be
simultaneously set.
Conduct setting so as to meet the instrument specification.
An incorrect setting may cause a malfunction.
Channel
display
Alarm
Details of setting
Factory
set value
1
ALM1
[Alarm 1]
0001
2
ALM2
[Alarm 2]
ALM3
[Alarm 3]
0000: FAIL alarm
0001: Logical OR of alarm 1 in all channels (Energized)
0002: Logical OR of alarm 2 in all channels (Energized)
0003: Logical OR of alarm 3 in all channels (Energized)
0004: Logical OR of alarm 1 and alarm 2 in all channels
(Energized)
0005: Logical OR of alarm 1 and alarm 3 in all channels
(Energized)
0006: Logical OR of alarm 2 and alarm 3 in all channels
(Energized)
0007: Logical OR of alarm 1, alarm 2 and alarm 3 in all
channels (Energized)
0008: Logical OR of alarm 1 in all channels (De-energized)
0009: Logical OR of alarm 2 in all channels (De-energized)
0010: Logical OR of alarm 3 in all channels (De-energized)
0011: Logical OR of alarm 1 and alarm 2 in all channels
(De-energized)
0012: Logical OR of alarm 1 and alarm 3 in all channels
(De-energized)
0013: Logical OR of alarm 2 and alarm 3 in all channels
(De-energized)
0014: Logical OR of alarm 1, alarm 2 and alarm 3 in all
channels (De-energized)
0000 to 0014: Same as ALM1
0002
0000 to 0014: Same as ALM1
0003
3
Alarm output is only relay contact output.
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2.8 F41 Alarm 1 Function
F42 Alarm 2 Function
F43 Alarm 3 Function
(1) Alarm type selection (AS1, AS2, AS3)
Details of setting
0000
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
0009
0010
1
Alarm not provided
SV high alarm
SV low alarm
Process high alarm
Process low alarm
Deviation high alarm
Deviation low alarm
Deviation high/low alarm
Band alarm
Control loop break alarm 2
Heater break alarm 3, 4
Factory set value
Factory set value
varies depending
on the instrument
specification.
1
When instrument specification is failure alarm, set 0000.
When control action type is heat/cool control, do not select.
3
When control output is current output, do not select.
4
When the contact input or the communication function is selected as instrument specifications of
3380, the heater break alarm can’t be added.
See 2.1 Attention Items in Setting (P. 12).
2
(2) Alarm hold action selection (AHo1, AHo2, AHo3)
Details of setting
0000
0001
0002
Without alarm hold action
Effective when the power is turned on, or operation is changed
from STOP to RUN.
Valid when:
• the power is turned on,
• operation is changed from STOP to RUN,
• the SV is changed, or
• the memory area (control area) is changed.
Factory set value
0000
The alarm hold action function can not be added to the FAIL alarm, SV alarm, control loop
break alarm and heater break alarm.
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(3) Alarm differential gap setting (AH1, AH2, AH3)
Set the alarm differential gap for each channel. In addition, they can be set simultaneously for all
channels.
Details of setting
Thermocouple
RTD
Voltage
Factory set value
0 (0.0) to span
Note 1
Note 1 TC and RTD inputs: 2 °C [°F] or 2.0 °C [°F]
Voltage inputs:
0.2 % of span
(4) Alarm timer setting (ALT1, ALT2, ALT3)
Set the time until an alarm is actually output after being set to the alarm state.
Details of setting
Factory set value
0 to 6000 seconds
0
Setting is common to all channels.
The alarm timer function:
The alarm timer function regards the period until the alarm timer is set after measured value
(PV) or deviation exceeds the alarm set value as a non-alarm state and outputs an alarm after
the alarm timer setting time elapses.
The alarm timer starts being activated if the alarm is turned on. In addition, if the alarm state
is released while the alarm timer is being activated, no alarm is output.
Example: When set the alarm timer for 100 seconds
Measured value (PV)
Alarm
set value
Set value
(SV)
ON
Alarm output
Alarm timer
(20 seconds)
Alarm timer
(100 seconds)
When instrument specification is FAIL alarm, the alarm timer function does not operate.
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(5) Action selection at input error (AEo1, AEo2, AEo3)
Set the alarm action in input abnormality by input break (when the input is over-scaled or
underscaled).
Details of setting
0000
0001
Normal processing:
The alarm action set by alarm type selection (AS1/AS2) is taken
even if the input is abnormal.
Forcibly turned on when abnormal:
The alarm is forcibly turned on regardless of the alarm action set
by alarm type selection (AS1/AS2) when the input is abnormal.
Factory set value
0000
For a voltage input of 0 to 5 V DC or 0 to 10 V DC, as over-scale or underscale does not
occur when the input breaks, no alarm is turned on.
2.9 F51 Control Action
The setting items (oS and oH) in the function block F51 are set for each channel. In addition, they can
be set simultaneously for all channels.
(1) Control action type selection (oS1)
Match the setting with the instrument specification. Otherwise malfunction may result.
The 3380 does not perform heat/cool control.
Details of setting
0000
0001
0002
0003
D type: PID control with autotuning (Direct action) 1
F type: PID control with autotuning (Reverse action) 1
W type: Heat/cool PID control with autotuning (Water cooling) 2
A type: Heat/cool PID control with autotuning (Air cooling) 2
Factory set value
Note 1
1
When instrument specification corresponds to heat/cool control, this set value can’t be set.
When instrument specification corresponds to heat control, this set value can’t be set.
Note 1 Factory set value varies depending on the instrument specification.
2
(2) ON/OFF action differential gap setting (oH)
Details of setting
Thermocouple
RTD
Voltage
0 (0.0) to span
Factory set value
Note 1
Note 1 TC and RTD inputs: 2 °C [°F] or 2.0 °C [°F]
Voltage inputs:
0.2 % of span
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2.10 F61 Communication Function
(1) Communication protocol selection (CMPS)
If the protocol is selected, always turn the power on again or select RUN from STOP.
When the 3380 instrument specification corresponds to heater break alarm, the
communication function can't be added. Therefore, do not use this parameter.
Details of setting
0001
Modbus communication protocol
Factory set value
0001
(2) RUN/STOP transfer logic selection
Select the logic of RUN/STOP transfer in the communication mode.
Details of setting
0000
0001
30
Set in 0: STOP mode
Set in 1: RUN mode
Set in 0: RUN mode
Set in 1: STOP mode
Factory set value
0000
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2.11 F91 Displayed for Maintenance Information
Only displayed for the F91 function block.
(1) ROM version displayed (E261)
Display the version of loading software.
(2) Integrated operating time display (WTH) [upper 3 digits]
Display the integrated operating time (upper 3 digits) of instrument.
Details of display : 0 to 100
(Resolution of display: 10,000 hours)
Up to 1,000,000 from 0 including the upper and lower digits can be displayed.
(3) Integrated operating time display (WTL) [lower 4 digits]
Display the integrated operating time (lower 4 digits) of instrument.
However, as the integral time is increments by 1 when the power is turned on or off.
If the total integrated operating time exceeds 9,999 hours, these digits move to the integrated
operating time display (upper 3 digits).
Details of display : 0 to 9999
(Resolution of display: 1 hours)
(4) Holding peak value ambient temperature display (TCJ)
The maximum ambient temperature on the rear terminal board of the instrument is stored and
displayed on the set value (SV) display.
Details of display : −10 to +100 °C [°F]
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3.1 Communication Data List
The communication data list summarizes names, descriptions, factory set values and attributes.
Attribute (RO: Read only, R/W: Read and Write)
The communication data whose name is marked with ! indicates that corresponding to the
memory area.
Name
Data range
Setting change rate
limiter
!
0 (0.0) to span/minute
(0: Setting change rate limiter OFF)
Setting limiter
[high limit] setting
Within input range.
See 4. INPUT RANGE TABLES (P. 45)
Factory set value
Attribute
0
R/W
Note 1
R/W
0
R/W
Note 1
R/W
0
R/W
Setting limiter
[low limit] setting
Digital filter
0 to 100 seconds
(0: No digital filter function)
Input type selection
0 to 16 (See P. 18)
Display unit selection
0: °C
Decimal point position
setting
0: No digit below decimal point
1: 1 digit below decimal point
2: 2 digits below decimal point
3: 3 digits below decimal point
Note 1
R/W
CT ratio 1 selection
0 to 9999 (See P. 20)
Note 2
R/W
0 (0.0) to span
However, 9999 digits of less
Note 3
R/W
1: °F
CT ratio 2 selection *
ON/OFF action
differential gap setting
* Do not use CT ratio 2 for the 3380.
Note 1 Factory set value varies depending on the instrument specification.
Note 2 CTL-6-P-N:
800
CTL-12-S56-10L-N: 1000
Note 3 TC and RTD inputs: 2 °C [°F] or 2.0 °C [°F]
Voltage input:
0.2 % of span
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Name
Data range
Factory set value
Attribute
Control action type
selection
0: PID control (Direct action) 1
1: PID control (Reverse action) 1
2: Heat/cool control (Water cooling) 2
3: Heat/cool control (Air cooling) 2
1
R/W
Alarm 1 type
selection 3
0: No alarm
1: SV high alarm
2: SV low alarm
3: Process high alarm
4: Process low alarm
5: Deviation high alarm
6: Deviation low alarm
7: Deviation high/low alarm
8: Band alarm
9: Control loop break alarm 4
0: Without alarm hold action
1: Effective when the power is turned on,
or operation is changed from STOP to
RUN.
2: Valid when:
• the power is turned on,
• operation is changed from STOP to
RUN,
• the SV is changed, or
• the memory area (control area) is
changed.
0 to 6000 seconds (See P. 28)
0: Normal processing
1: Forcibly turned on when abnormal
(See P. 29)
0 (0.0) to span
5
R/W
0
R/W
0
0
R/W
R/W
Note 1
R/W
Alarm 1 hold action
selection 5
Alarm 1 timer setting
Alarm 1
action selection at
input error
Alarm 1
differential gap setting
1
When the instrument specification is heat/cool control, no setting can be changed.
When the instrument specification is only heat control, no setting can be changed.
The 3380 does not perform heat/cool control.
3
When using the FAIL alarm, always set the alarm type to “0: No alarm.”
4
Control loop break alarm can not be specified in case of heat/cool control.
5
The alarm hold action can not be added to the FAIL alarm, SV high alarm, SV low alarm, control
loop break alarm and heater break alarm.
Note 1 TC and RTD inputs: 2 °C [°F] or 2.0 °C [°F]
Voltage input:
0.2 % of span
2
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Name
Alarm 2 type
selection 1
Alarm 2 hold action
selection 4
Alarm 2 timer setting
Alarm 2
action selection at
input error
Alarm 2
differential gap setting
Data range
0: No alarm
1: SV high alarm
2: SV low alarm
3: Process high alarm
4: Process low alarm
5: Deviation high alarm
6: Deviation low alarm
7: Deviation high/low alarm
8: Band alarm
9: No alarm
10: Heater break alarm 2, 3
0: Without alarm hold action
1: Effective when the power is turned on,
or operation is changed from STOP to
RUN.
2: Valid when:
• the power is turned on,
• operation is changed from STOP to
RUN,
• the SV is changed, or
• the memory area (control area) is
changed.
0 to 6000 seconds (See P. 28)
0: Normal processing
1: Forcibly turned on when abnormal
(See P. 29)
0 (0.0) to span
Factory set value
Attribute
Factory set value
varies depending on
the instrument
specification.
R/W
0
R/W
0
0
R/W
R/W
Note 1
R/W
1
When using the FAIL alarm, always set the alarm type to “0: No alarm.”
When the control output is current output, no setting can be changed.
3
When the contact input or the communication function is selected as instrument specifications of
3380, the heater break alarm cannot be added.
4
The alarm hold action can not be added to the FAIL alarm, SV high alarm, SV low alarm, control
loop break alarm and heater break alarm.
Note 1 TC and RTD inputs: 2 °C [°F] or 2.0 °C [°F]
Voltage input:
0.2 % of span
2
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Name
Alarm 3 type
selection 1
Alarm 3 hold action
selection 2
Alarm 3 timer setting
Alarm 3
action selection at
input error
Alarm 3
differential gap setting
Control output logic
selection 1
Data range
0: No alarm
1: SV high alarm
2: SV low alarm
3: Process high alarm
4: Process low alarm
5: Deviation high alarm
6: Deviation low alarm
7: Deviation high/low alarm
8: Band alarm
0: Without alarm hold action
1: Effective when the power is turned on,
or operation is changed from STOP to
RUN.
2: Valid when:
• the power is turned on,
• operation is changed from STOP to
RUN,
• the SV is changed, or
• the memory area (control area) is
changed.
0 to 6000 seconds (See P. 28)
0: Normal processing
1: Forcibly turned on when abnormal
(See P. 29)
0 (0.0) to span
OUT1
0: Heat-side control output of CH1 3
OUT2
0: Heat-side control output of CH2 3
OUT3
0: Heat-side control output of CH3 3
OUT4
0: Heat-side control output of CH4 3
Factory set value
Attribute
Factory set value
varies depending on
the instrument
specification.
R/W
0
R/W
0
0
R/W
R/W
Note 1
R/W
0
1
When using the FAIL alarm, always set the alarm type to “0: No alarm.”
The alarm hold action can not be added to the FAIL alarm, SV high alarm, SV low alarm, control
loop break alarm and heater break alarm.
3
This data is 0 fixation. This data must not set the set value besides 0.
Note 1 TC and RTD inputs: 2 °C [°F] or 2.0 °C [°F]
Voltage input:
0.2 % of span
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Name
Control output logic
selection 2
Data range
• 3340 (OUT5 to OUT8)
OUT5
0: No output
1: Cool-side control output of CH1 1
2: No output
3: No output
4: Alarm 3 of CH1 2
5: Alarm 3 of CH2 2
6: Alarm 3 of CH3 2
7: Alarm 3 of CH4 2
8 to 11: No output
Factory set value
Attribute
Factory set value
varies depending on
the instrument
specification.
R/W
OUT6
0: No output
1: Cool-side control output of CH2 1
2 to 11: Same as OUT5
OUT7
0: No output
1: Cool-side control output of CH3 1
2 to 11: Same as OUT5
OUT8
0: No output
1: Cool-side control output of CH4 1
2 to 11: Same as OUT5
• 3380 (OUT5 to OUT8)
OUT5
0: Heat-side control output of CH5 3
OUT6
0: Heat-side control output of CH6 3
OUT7
0: Heat-side control output of CH7 3
OUT8
0: Heat-side control output of CH8 3
1
Setting becomes effective at the time of heat/cool control.
Not output when alarm 3 corresponds to the FAIL alarm.
3
This data is 0 fixation. This data must not set the set value besides 0.
2
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Name
Alarm output
logic
selection *
STOP display
selection
Data range
Factory set value
Attribute
0: FAIL alarm
1: Logical OR of alarm 1 in all channels
(Energized)
2: Logical OR of alarm 2 in all channels
(Energized)
3: Logical OR of alarm 3 in all channels
(Energized)
4: Logical OR of alarm 1 and alarm 2 in all
channels (Energized)
5: Logical OR of alarm 1 and alarm 3 in all
channels (Energized)
6: Logical OR of alarm 2 and alarm 3 in all
channels (Energized)
7: Logical OR of alarm 1, alarm 2 and alarm 3 in
all channels (Energized)
8: Logical OR of alarm 1 in all channels
(De-energized)
9: Logical OR of alarm 2 in all channels
(De-energized)
10: Logical OR of alarm 3 in all channels
(De-energized)
11: Logical OR of alarm 1 and alarm 2 in all
channels (De-energized)
12: Logical OR of alarm 1 and 3 of all channels
(De-energized)
13: Logical OR of alarm 2 and alarm 3 in all
channels (De-energized)
14: Logical OR of alarm 1, alarm 2 and alarm 3 in
all channels (De-energized)
0: It makes display “STOP” in PV display.
1: It makes display “STOP” in SV display.
Alarm 1: 1
Alarm 2: 2
Alarm 3: 3
R/W
0
R/W
* The logic of alarm output can be set for each alarm (alarm 1 to alarm 3).
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Name
Contact input logic
selection
Communication
protocol selection
RUN/STOP transfer
logic selection
Data range
Factory set value
Attribute
0 to 9
See contact input logic tables
1: Modbus communication protocol
0
R/W
1
R/W
0: 0 (STOP)
1: 0 (RUN)
0
R/W
1 (RUN)
1 (STOP)
Contact input logic tables
Set value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
STOP selection
When contact input (RUN/STOP
transfer) opens, stop.
When contact input (RUN/STOP
transfer) opens, stop.
When contact input (RUN/STOP
transfer) opens, stop.
When contact input (RUN/STOP
transfer) opens, stop.
When contact input (RUN/STOP
transfer) opens, stop.
When contact input (RUN/STOP
transfer) is closed, stop.
When contact input (RUN/STOP
transfer) is closed, stop.
When contact input (RUN/STOP
transfer) is closed, stop.
When contact input (RUN/STOP
transfer) is closed, stop.
When contact input (RUN/STOP
transfer) is closed, stop.
Memory area
selection
Memory area
transfer 1 to 8
Memory area
transfer 1 to 8
Memory area
transfer 1 to 7
Memory area
transfer 1 to 7
There is no
memory area
transfer function.
Memory area
transfer 1 to 8
Memory area
transfer 1 to 8
Memory area
transfer 1 to 7
Memory area
transfer 1 to 7
There is no
memory area
transfer function.
Used/Unused of
DI SET terminal (No.43)
Used
Unused
Used
Unused
Unused
Used
Unused
Used
Unused
Unused
For details of the selection item, see the 2.5 F24 Contact Input Specification (P. 22).
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3.2 Data Map
Reference to data map
!"
This data map summarizes the data addresses, channels and names that can be used with Modbus
protocol. For details on each data range, see 3.1 Communication Data List (P. 32).
(1)
(2)
(3)
Address
CH
Name
03E8H (1000)
03E9H (1001)
03EAH (1002)
03EBH (1003)
03ECH (1004)
⋅⋅
⋅
044BH (1099)
044CH (1100)
044DH (1101)
044EH (1102)
044FH (1103)
CH1
CH2 Setting change rate
CH3 limiter
CH4

Unused
CH1
CH2 Setting limiter
CH3 [high limit] setting
CH4
(1) Address:
Data addresses are written in hexadecimal numbers.
Characters in ( ) are decimal numbers.
(2) CH:
The input channel number, output number (OUT1 to OUT8, ALM1 to ALM3) or
CT ratio 1 and 2 selection channel number is written.
(3) Name:
Data names
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(Read/Write data)
Address
CH
03E8H (1000)
03E9H (1001)
03EAH (1002)
03EBH (1003)
03ECH (1004)
⋅⋅
⋅
044BH (1099)
044CH (1100)
044DH (1101)
044EH (1102)
044FH (1103)
0450H (1104)
⋅⋅
⋅
045FH (1119)
0460H (1120)
0461H (1121)
0462H (1122)
0463H (1123)
0464H (1124)
⋅⋅
⋅
0473H (1139)
0474H (1140)
0475H (1141)
0476H (1142)
0477H (1143)
0478H (1144)
⋅⋅
⋅
0487H (1159)
0488H (1160)
0489H (1161)
048AH (1162)
048BH (1163)
048CH (1164)
⋅⋅
⋅
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
049BH (1179)
049CH (1180)
049DH (1181)
049EH (1182)
049FH (1183)

CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4

CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4

CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4

CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4

CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
Address
Name
Setting change rate
limiter 1
Unused
Setting limiter
[high limit] setting
Unused
Setting limiter
[low limit] setting
Unused
Digital filter 1
Unused
Input type selection
Unused
04A0H (1184)
⋅⋅
⋅
04AFH (1199)
04B0H (1200)
04B1H (1201)
04B2H (1202)
04B3H (1203)
04B4H (1204)
⋅⋅
⋅
04C3H (1219)
04C4H (1220)
04C5H (1221)
04C6H (1222)
04C7H (1223)
04C8H (1224)
04C9H (1225)
04CAH (1226)
04CBH (1227)
04CCH (1228)
⋅⋅
⋅
04D7H (1239)
04D8H (1240)
04D9H (1241)
04DAH
(1242)
04DBH (1243)
04DCH (1244)
⋅⋅
⋅
04EBH (1259)
04ECH (1260)
04EDH (1261)
04EEH (1262)
04EFH (1263)
1
Display unit selection
2
3
CH

CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4

CH1 2
CH2 2
CH3 2
CH4 2
CH1 3
CH2 3
CH3 3
CH4 3

CH1
CH2
CH3
Name
Unused
Decimal point position
setting
Unused
CT ratio 1 selection
CT ratio 2 selection
(Heater break alarm for
three-phase heater)
Unused
ON/OFF action
differential gap setting
CH4

CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
Unused
Control action type
selection
The limiter for the setting change rate limiter or
digital filter described in the Communication
Instruction Manual (0037-75427) can also be
set.
Channel number of the CT ratio 1 selection
Channel number of the CT ratio 2 selection
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Address
04F0H (1264)
⋅⋅
⋅
04FFH (1279)
0500H (1280)
0501H (1281)
0502H (1282)
0503H (1283)
CH

Unused


Alarm 1 type selection
Alarm 1 hold action
selection
Alarm 1 timer setting
Alarm 1
action selection at
input error


0504H (1284)
0505H (1285)
0506H (1286)
0507H (1287)
0508H (1288)
⋅⋅
⋅
0513H (1299)
0514H (1300)
0515H (1301)
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
0516H (1302)
0517H (1303)


0518H (1304)
0519H (1305)
051AH (1306)
051BH (1307)
051CH (1308)
⋅⋅
⋅
0527H (1319)
0528H (1320)
0529H (1321)
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
052AH (1322)
052BH (1323)


052CH (1324)
052DH (1325)
052EH (1326)
052FH (1327)
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
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Alarm 1
differential gap setting

Unused


Alarm 2 type selection
Alarm 2 hold action
selection
Alarm 2 timer setting
Alarm 2
action selection at
input error
Alarm 2
differential gap setting

Unused


Alarm 3 type selection
Alarm 3 hold action
selection
Alarm 3 timer setting
Alarm 3
action selection at
input error
Address
0530H (1328)
⋅⋅
⋅
053BH (1339)
053CH (1340)
053DH (1341)
053EH (1342)
053FH (1343)
0540H (1344)
0541H (1345)
0542H (1346)
0543H (1347)
0544H (1348)
0545H (1349)
0546H (1350)
0547H (1351)
⋅⋅
⋅
054FH (1359)
0550H (1360)
0551H (1361)
0552H (1362)
CH
Name
Unused
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
OUT5
OUT6
OUT7
OUT8
ALM1
ALM2
ALM3
Control output logic
selection 1
Control output logic
selection 2
Alarm output logic
selection

Unused



STOP display selection
Unused
Contact input logic
selection
Communication
protocol selection
RUN/STOP transfer
logic selection
0553H (1363)

0554H (1364)

Alarm 3
differential gap setting
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"
(Read/Write data)
Address
CH
03E8H (1000)
03E9H (1001)
03EAH (1002)
03EBH (1003)
03ECH (1004)
03EDH (1005)
03EEH (1006)
03EFH (1007)
03F0H (1008)
⋅⋅
⋅
044BH (1099)
044CH (1100)
044DH (1101)
044EH (1102)
044FH (1103)
0450H (1104)
0451H (1105)
0452H (1106)
0453H (1107)
0454H (1108)
⋅⋅
⋅
045FH (1119)
0460H (1120)
0461H (1121)
0462H (1122)
0463H (1123)
0464H (1124)
0465H (1125)
0466H (1126)
0467H (1127)
0468H (1128)
⋅⋅
⋅
0473H (1139)
0474H (1140)
0475H (1141)
0476H (1142)
0477H (1143)
0478H (1144)
0479H (1145)
047AH (1146)
047BH (1147)
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
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
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8

CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8

CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
Name
Setting change rate
limiter *
Unused
Setting limiter
[high limit] setting
Unused
Setting limiter
[low limit] setting
Unused
Digital filter *
Address
047CH (1148)
⋅⋅
⋅
0487H (1159)
0488H (1160)
0489H (1161)
048AH (1162)
048BH (1163)
048CH (1164)
048DH (1165)
048EH (1166)
048FH (1167)
0490H (1168)
⋅⋅
⋅
049BH (1179)
049CH (1180)
049DH (1181)
049EH (1182)
049FH (1183)
04A0H (1184)
04A1H (1185)
04A2H (1186)
04A3H (1187)
04A4H (1188)
⋅⋅
⋅
04AFH (1199)
04B0H (1200)
04B1H (1201)
04B2H (1202)
04B3H (1203)
04B4H (1204)
04B5H (1205)
04B6H (1206)
04B7H (1207)
CH

CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8

CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8

CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
Name
Unused
Input type selection
Unused
Display unit selection
Unused
Decimal point position
setting
* The limiter for the setting change rate limiter or
digital filter described in the Communication
instruction manual (0037-75427) can also be
set.
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Address
04B8H (1208)
⋅⋅
⋅
04C3H (1219)
04C4H (1220)
04C5H (1221)
04C6H (1222)
04C7H (1223)
04C8H (1224)
04C9H (1225)
04CAH (1226)
04CBH (1227)
04CCH (1228)
⋅⋅
⋅
04D7H (1239)
04D8H (1240)
04D9H (1241)
04DAH (1242)
04DBH (1243)
04DCH (1244)
04DDH (1245)
04DEH (1246)
04DFH (1247)
04E0H (1248)
⋅⋅
⋅
04EBH (1259)
04ECH (1260)
04EDH (1261)
04EEH (1262)
04EFH (1263)
04F0H (1264)
04F1H (1265)
04F2H (1266)
04F3H (1267)
04F4H (1268)
⋅⋅
⋅
04FFH (1279)
0500H (1280)
0501H (1281)
0502H (1282)
CH

Name
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8

CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
Unused
ON/OFF action
differential gap setting
Unused
Control action type
selection

Unused


Alarm 1 type selection
Alarm 1 hold action
selection
Alarm 1 timer setting

CH
0503H (1283)

0504H (1284)
0505H (1285)
0506H (1286)
0507H (1287)
0508H (1288)
0509H (1289)
050AH (1290)
050BH (1291)
050CH (1292)
⋅⋅
⋅
0513H (1299)
0514H (1300)
0515H (1301)
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
0516H (1302)
0517H (1303)


0518H (1304)
0519H (1305)
051AH (1306)
051BH (1307)
051CH (1308)
051DH (1309)
051EH (1310)
051FH (1311)
0520H (1312)
⋅⋅
⋅
0527H (1319)
0528H (1320)
0529H (1321)
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
052AH (1322)
052BH (1323)


Unused
CH1 *
CH2 *
CH3 *
CH4 * CT ratio 1 selection
CH5 *
CH6 *
CH7 *
CH8 *

Address
Name
Alarm 1
action selection at
input error
Alarm 1
differential gap setting

Unused


Alarm 2 type selection
Alarm 2 hold action
selection
Alarm 2 timer setting
Alarm 2
action selection at
input error
Alarm 2
differential gap setting

Unused


Alarm 3 type selection
Alarm 3 hold action
selection
Alarm 3 timer setting
Alarm 3
action selection at
input error
* Channel number of the CT ratio 1 selection
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Address
CH
Name
052CH (1324)
052DH (1325)
052EH (1326)
052FH (1327)
0530H (1328)
0531H (1329)
0532H (1330)
0533H (1331)
0534H (1332)
⋅⋅
⋅
053BH (1339)
053CH (1340)
053DH (1341)
053EH (1342)
053FH (1343)
0540H (1344)
0541H (1345)
0542H (1346)
0543H (1347)
0544H (1348)
0545H (1349)
0546H (1350)
0547H (1351)
⋅⋅
⋅
054FH (1359)
0550H (1360)
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
Alarm 3
differential gap setting
Unused
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
OUT5
OUT6
OUT7
OUT8
ALM1
ALM2
ALM3
Control output logic
selection 2
Alarm output logic
selection

Unused

STOP display
selection
Unused
Contact input logic
selection
Communication
protocol selection
RUN/STOP transfer
logic selection
0551H (1361)
0552H (1362)


0553H (1363)

0554H (1364)

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Input Range Table 1
Input type
Input range
Code
0 to 200 °C
0 to 400 °C
0 to 600 °C
0 to 800 °C
0 to 1000 °C
0 to 1200 °C
0 to 1372 °C
−199.9 to +300.0 °C *
0.0 to 400.0 °C
0.0 to 800.0 °C
K
0 to 100 °C
0 to 300 °C
0 to 450 °C
0 to 500 °C
0.0 to 200.0 °C
0.0 to 600.0 °C
Thermocouple
−199.9 to +800.0 °C *
0 to 800 °F
0 to 1600 °F
0 to 2502 °F
0.0 to 800.0 °F
20 to 70 °F
−199.9 to +999.9 °F *
0 to 200 °C
0 to 400 °C
0 to 600 °C
0 to 800 °C
0 to 1000 °C
J
0 to 1200 °C
−199.9 to +300.0 °C *
0.0 to 400.0 °C
0.0 to 800.0 °C
0 to 450 °C
0.0 to 200.0 °C
0.0 to 600.0 °C
−199.9 to +600.0 °C *
* Accuracy is not guaranteed between −199.9 to −100.0 °C (−199.9 to −148.0 °F)
Input
Range
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
13
14
17
20
29
37
38
A1
A2
A3
A4
A9
B2
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
22
23
30
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Input type
Input range
J
R
S
Thermocouple
B
E
N
T
1
2
Code
Input
J
J
J
J
J
J
R
R
R
R
R
S
S
S
S
B
B
B
B
E
E
E
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
0 to 800 °F
0 to 1600 °F
0 to 2192 °F
0 to 400 °F
−199.9 to +999.9 °F 1
0.0 to 800.0 °F
0 to 1600 °C 2
0 to 1769 °C 2
0 to 1350 °C 2
0 to 3200 °F 2
0 to 3216 °F 2
0 to 1600 °C 2
0 to 1769 °C 2
0 to 3200 °F 2
0 to 3216 °F 2
400 to 1800 °C
0 to 1820 °C 2
800 to 3200 °F
0 to 3308 °F 2
0 to 800 °C
0 to 1000 °C
0 to 1600 °F
0 to 1832 °F
0 to 1200 °C
0 to 1300 °C
0.0 to 800.0 °C
0 to 2300 °F
0 to 2372 °F
0.0 to 999.9 °F
−199.9 to +400.0 °C 1
−199.9 to +100.0 °C 1
−100.0 to +200.0 °C
0.0 to 350.0 °C
−199.9 to +752.0 °F 1
−100.0 to +200.0 °F
−100.0 to +400.0 °F
0.0 to 450.0 °F
0.0 to 752.0 °F
Range
A1
A2
A3
A6
A9
B6
01
02
04
A1
A2
01
02
A1
A2
01
02
A1
A2
01
02
A1
A2
01
02
06
A1
A2
A5
01
02
03
04
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
Accuracy is not guaranteed between −199.9 to −100.0 °C (−199.9 to −148.0 °F)
Accuracy is not guaranteed between 0 to 399 °C (0 to 751 °F)
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Input type
Input range
Code
0 to 2000 °C
0 to 2320 °C
0 to 4000 °F
0 to 1300 °C
0 to 1390 °C
PL II
0 to 1200 °C
0 to 2400 °F
0 to 2534 °F
Thermocouple
−199.9 to +600.0 °C *
−199.9 to +100.0 °C *
0.0 to 400.0 °C
U
−199.9 to +999.9 °F *
−100.0 to +200.0 °F
0.0 to 999.9 °F
0 to 400 °C
L
0 to 800 °C
0 to 800 °F
0 to 1600 °F
−199.9 to +649.0 °C
−199.9 to +200.0 °C
−100.0 to +50.0 °C
−100.0 to +100.0 °C
−100.0 to +200.0 °C
0.0 to 50.0 °C
0.0 to 100.0 °C
0.0 to 200.0 °C
0.0 to 300.0 °C
RTD
Pt100
0.0 to 500.0 °C
−199.9 to +999.9 °F
−199.9 to +400.0 °F
−199.9 to +200.0 °F
−100.0 to +100.0 °F
−100.0 to +300.0 °F
0.0 to 100.0 °F
0.0 to 200.0 °F
0.0 to 400.0 °F
0.0 to 500.0 °F
* Accuracy is not guaranteed between −199.9 to −100.0 °C (−199.9 to −148.0 °F)
W5Re/W26Re
Input
Range
W
W
W
A
A
A
A
A
U
U
U
U
U
U
L
L
L
L
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
01
02
A1
01
02
03
A1
A2
01
02
03
A1
A2
A3
01
02
A1
A2
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
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Input type
RTD
Input range
JPt100
−199.9 to +649.0 °C
−199.9 to +200.0 °C
−100.0 to +50.0 °C
−100.0 to +100.0 °C
−100.0 to +200.0 °C
0.0 to 50.0 °C
0.0 to 100.0 °C
0.0 to 200.0 °C
0.0 to 300.0 °C
0.0 to 500.0 °C
Code
Input
Range
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
Input Range Table 2
Input type
Voltage
48
0 to 5 V DC
0 to 10 V DC
1 to 5 V DC
Input range
0.0 to 100.0 %
Code
Input
Range
4
5
6
01
01
01
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The first edition: FEB.2002 [IMQ00]
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FEB. 2002
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