Cat logo Geral de Controladores e Programadores de Temperatura e Processo (Ingl s)

Cat logo Geral de Controladores e Programadores de Temperatura e Processo (Ingl s)
CONTENTS
Temperature and Process Controllers
Selection Guide
2132
2116
2216e
2208e
2204e
2416
2408/2408f
2404/2404f
2604/2604f
2704/2704f
2000 I/O
2500
T2900
iTools
SpecView®
Configuration Station
Profibus® Configurator
T630
Other products
Section 1
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1/32 DIN simple temperature controller....................................................................1–4
1/16 DIN simple temperature controller....................................................................1–4
1/16 DIN general purpose temperature controllers................................................1–6
1/8 DIN general purpose temperature controllers..................................................1–6
1/4 DIN general purpose temperature controllers..................................................1–6
1/16 DIN high stability, controller/programmer ......................................................1–8
1/8 DIN high stability, controller/programmer..........................................................1–8
1/4 DIN high stability, controller/programmer..........................................................1–8
1/4 DIN high performance, multiloop controller/programmer ........................1–10
1/4 DIN graphic display high performance multiloop controller/programmer..1–10
I/0 Expander ......................................................................................................................1–10
DIN rail mounted multiloop controller and data acquisition unit....................1–12
Operator interface and setpoint programmer........................................................1–15
Series 2000™ configuration software ........................................................................1–16
SCADA supervisory software........................................................................................1–17
Utility software and interface box....................................................................................1–18
Profibus® GSD file generator........................................................................................1–18
Process controller............................................................................................................1–19
Other available products ..............................................................................................1–20
Indicator and Alarm Units
2132i
2116i
2108i
2408i
2132FM
2116FM
2208FM
2204FM
Section 2
1/32 DIN compact indicator and alarm unit..............................................................2–2
1/16 DIN compact indicator and alarm unit..............................................................2–2
1/8 DIN horizontal indicator and alarm unit ............................................................2–4
1/8 DIN horizontal universal indicator and alarm unit ..........................................2–6
1/32 DIN Factory Mutual approved alarm unit ......................................................2–8
1/16 DIN Factory Mutual approved alarm unit ......................................................2–8
1/8 DIN Factory Mutual approved alarm unit ..........................................................2–8
1/4 DIN Factory Mutual approved alarm unit ..........................................................2–8
Products for Integrated Solutions
MACO DS/EM3
MACO® 4000,5000,
6000 and Breeze
FoxTraker®
PC3000
Eurotherm Suite
®
Section 3
Plastic machine control systems....................................................................................3–2
Injection, extrusion and blow molding control systems ........................................3–4
Production, monitoring and reporting software ....................................................3–5
Production controller........................................................................................................3–7
Process automation overview ........................................................................................3–8
Project Studio 2000 configuration software ..............................................................3–8
T640 loop controller ........................................................................................................3–9
T103 unit controller ..........................................................................................................3–9
T303 unit supervisor..........................................................................................................3–9
T800 visual supervisor ......................................................................................................3–9
T940 process supervisor ................................................................................................3–10
2500 process interface I/O............................................................................................3–10
SCADA system solutions................................................................................................3–10
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Power Control Products
Selection Guide
SSDA/SSAA
RSDA/RSAA
TE10S/TE10A
TE200S/TE200A
RS3DA/RS3AA
TE300
REMIO
Fuses
EMC Filters
PC/CTX
Other Products
Section 4
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Single phase panel mounted solid state relay ........................................................4–3
Single phase DIN rail mounted solid state contactor ............................................4–4
Single phase DIN rail mounted solid state contactor/power controller ..............4–5
Two phase DIN rail mounted solid state contactor/power controller ..............4–6
Three phase DIN rail mounted solid state contactor..............................................4–7
Three phase DIN rail mounted solid state contactor/power controller............4–8
Communications digital interface for solid state contactors................................4–9
High speed fuses for thyristor protection................................................................4–10
Filters for reducing conducted emissions................................................................4–11
Intelligent current transmitter ..................................................................................4–11
Other available products ..............................................................................................4–12
Actuators
EA 40
EA 50
EA 60
EA 70
Accessories
Section 5
Low torque spring return actuator ..............................................................................5–2
Medium torque gear train and non-spring return actuator ................................5–4
Medium torque gear train and non-spring return actuator ................................5–4
High torque actuator........................................................................................................5–6
Option kits and accessories............................................................................................5–8
Recorders
4101C/4101M
4102C/4102M
4103C/4103M
4181M
392
394
4100G/4100Ge
4181G/4181Ge
Section 6
Basic 100mm chart recorder..........................................................................................6–2
Basic 100mm chart recorder with digital display ....................................................6–3
High specification 100mm chart recorder with digital display ............................6–4
180 multipoint chart recorder ......................................................................................6–5
Circular chart recorder....................................................................................................6–6
Annotating chart recorder..............................................................................................6–7
High specification 100mm paperless recorder ........................................................6–8
High specification 180mm display recorder..............................................................6–9
Thermosensors
Plastic Machinery
Industrial Processes
Memocal 2000
Section 7
Thermosensors for plastic machinery..........................................................................7–2
Sensors for Industrial Processes....................................................................................7–5
Hand held calibrator ........................................................................................................7–7
Technical Information
Principles of PID
Tuning and Control
SCR Switching Principles
Sensor Construction
Digital Communications
CE Conformance
Customer Support
Customer Training
Instant Access
Section 8
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Eurotherm Controls Inc
Eurotherm Controls Inc - The Company
Since 1967 Eurotherm Controls Inc, part of a worldwide group of Eurotherm companies engaged in
the design, manufacture and sale of industrial electronic equipment, has been providing high accuracy
electronic temperature and process control instrumentation to the American market. Over the years
Eurotherm Controls has grown to be a leading supplier, providing solutions with a unique combination
of innovative products and services that improve the quality and efficiency of its customers’ processes.
In 1998 Eurotherm became a part of the Siebe group of companies, becoming the center of excellence for
world class temperature control for that group. In 1999 the new Invensys plc group of worldwide automation
companies was formed with the goal of achieving global leadership in automation and controls. As a member
of the Invensys group, Eurotherm Controls Inc is proud to contribute to the achievement of that vision.
Eurotherm Controls Inc and Barber-Colman Company in the United States have integrated their sales, marketing, support and product offerings, bringing their customers even greater benefits through the combined
strengths of these two respected organizations. Combined, Eurotherm and Barber-Colman are now the
largest supplier of temperature controls to the US market.
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CONTENTS
Eurotherm Controls Inc - The Products
Eurotherm Controls Inc provides innovative products that provide solutions for the temperature and
process applications of its customers. Our products are organized in the following broad categories:
• Temperature and Process Controllers
Single and multiloop DIN panel mount and rail mount general
and special purpose PID controllers and setpoint programmers
• Indicator and Alarm Units
DIN panel mount indicators, alarm units and FM approved alarms
• Products for Integrated Solutions
Multiloop products and software for plastics machine control systems,
production monitoring and process control systems
• Power Control Products
Solid state relays, solid state contactors and SCR power
controllers for electrical heating applications
• Actuators
Low, medium and high torque actuators for control of
combustion valves and dampers
• Thermosensors
Thermocouples, RTD’s and accessories for general purpose
temperature measurement
Eurotherm has an active program to provide customization of its products for unique solutions to
its customer requirements. Eurotherm also provides a full range of product support and application
services to its customers.
Eurotherm Controls Inc - The Sales Channels
Eurotherm has a strong network of distributors and value added resellers throughout North and South
America who work closely with the company to insure the best service to its customers. Eurotherm’s
distributors are friendly and knowledgeable and can provide the customer with a convenient local source
of products, application expertise and timely services. Eurotherm’s value added resellers provide our
customers with detailed systems hardware and software services and application expertise. Backing up
this nationwide network of channel partners is a series of Eurotherm direct strategic sales offices located
throughout the US. Contact Eurotherm to find your nearest sales channel for Eurotherm products.
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Incorporation, Warranty and Trademarks
Incorporation
Trademarks
Eurotherm Controls Inc, located at 741-F Miller Drive,
Leesburg, VA 20175-8993, was incorporated in the city and
state of Dover, Delaware on October 25, 1977.
The following are trademarks of
Eurotherm Controls:
PDSIO® (Patent 5,793,754), Instant Accuracy™
(Patent 5,484,206) andSeries 2000 ™
Warranty
The following are trademarks of Barber-Colman
Industrial Instruments
MACO®, MACO®Breeze™, FoxTraker®, Impact ™,
Auto-tune™, Insta-Set™, Optima™ , OptiGrafix™ and
Veridepth®
Eurotherm Controls Inc warrants to the Purchaser that
the equipment manufactured by Eurotherm Controls will
be free from defects in material or workmanship for suc h
period after shipment by Eurotherm as is stated in the
applicable product’s data sheet of Eurotherm as in effect
at such date or two years if none is stated. This warranty does not apply to any mechanical devices, such as
switches, relays, etc. and SCR’s or Triacs, which shall be
subject only to the warranty of their own manufacturer.
If the equipment delivered does not meet the for egoing
warranty, Purchaser shall promptly notify Eurotherm,
which shall thereupon cause to be corrected, at its
expense, any defect either, at its option, by repairing any
defective or damaged parts of the equipment or by supplying replacement equipment. The liability of
Eurotherm under this warranty, whether the claim is
based on contract or negligence, shall not exceed the cost
of correcting defects in the equipment or of supplying
replacement equipment as herein provided and upon the
expiration of the warranty period all such liability shall
terminate. The foregoing warranty is exclusive and in
lieu of all other warranties (except as to title), whether
written, oral, implied or statutory. NO WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE IS MADE.
The following are trademarks of
Modicon, a Group Schneider Company
Modbus®andModbus ® Plus
The following is a trademark of
Profibus Trade Organization
Profibus®
The following are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft® Windows® 95, Microsoft® Windows® 98 and
Microsoft® WindowsNT®
The following is a trademark of the
Open DeviceNet Vendors Association
DeviceNet®
The following are trademarks of Allen Bradley Company
PLC™andControlNet ™
The following are trademarks of
Wonderware Corporation
Wonderware® and Wonderware® InTouch™
The following is a trademark of Intellution Inc.
Intellution® FIX
The following is a trademark of SpecView, LLC.
Products manufactured by others and resold by
Eurotherm are subject to the terms of the manufacturer’s warranty and are warranted for a term as established by the manufacturer. Contact Eurotherm for
details on the warranties of these products.
SpecView®
Eurotherm Controls Inc has used all reasonable
resources and efforts to indicate and supply information
regarding trademarks used in this catalog. The absence
of a trademark identifier is not a representation that a
particular word or technology is not a trademark.
Thermocouples and RTD’s are warranted to be free of
defects in materials and workmanship at the time of
delivery. There is no extended warranty period for sensor products.
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NEW PRODUCTS
2704 High Performance Controller/Programmer
· high visibility graphical user
interface
· advanced features include PV/SP
trending
· up to three control loops
· PID, ON/OFF, maintained value
· cascade, ratio, override modes
· extensive program functions
Eurotherm Suite
· enterprise, plant and unit
process solutions
· distributed scalable control
· open systems
· intuitive tools
· high plant availability
· precision analog and PID
· SCADA functionality
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DeviceNet™ communications
DeviceNet™
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cost-effective
simple to use
device interchangeability
open standard
reliable communications
supported by 2204e, 2208e,
2216e, REMIO, MACO® DS/EM3
and other products
iTools
· multiple languages
supported
· support 2000 series
· enhanced Toolkit
block supported
· configure, upload,
download, “clone”
and instrument
documentation
Product enhancements
2604
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·
additional modular
expandable I/O
Profibus®
one, two and
three control
loops
2500
· expanded I/O options
· Profibus® support
· up to eight PID loops
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NEW FEATURES
Products available with Profibus® communications
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CONTROLLERS
SECTION
TEMPERATURE AND PROCESS CONTROLLERS
Phone us, check our website or use the Instant Access Order Form at the end of the catalog
to request more information on any of these products.
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TEMPERATURE AND PROCESS CONTROLLERS
Series 2000™
SELECTION GUIDE
2132 & 2116
2216e
2208e
2204e
Simple heating and cooling
Smallovens,Chillers,Sterilizers
Trace heating
Packaging
Plastics and rubber
Solid extrusion
Wire extrusion
Film extrusion, Pipe extrusion
Heat treatment
Ovens
Furnaces
Heating and ventilation
Gas burner and boiler control
DIN
Controllers
Food and brewing
Blending, Baking
Refrigeration
Fermentation and pasteurization
Panel Size (mm)
48 x 24
48 x 48
48 x 48
48 x 96
96 x 96
Display
4 digit
4 digit
4 digit
4 digit
Motorized Valve Control
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Digital Communications
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DC Retransmission
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1-6
1-6
1-6
Setpoint Programmer
Remote Setpoint Input
Page Reference
1-4
1 -2
2416
2408
2404
2604
2704
Aerospace and Automotive
Ceramics and bricks
Carburizing furnaces, Creep testing
Environmental chambers, Autoclaves
Engine test beds, Infra-red paint drying
Driers
Kilns
Glass
Semiconductor
Melting furnaces
Forehearths
Lehrs
Crystal growing
Diffusion
Molecular beam epitaxy
Chemical and Pharmaceutical
Reaction vessels
Fermenters
Pressure, Flow, Level, Ph control
48 x 48
48 x 96
96 x 96
96 x 96
96 x 96
4 digit
4 digit
4 digit
5 digit
5 digit
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TEMPERATURE AND PROCESS CONTROLLERS
2132 and 2116 Simple PID Controllers
Ideal for:
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Small ovens
Chillers
Model 2132: 48W x 24H x 103D mm
Model 2116: 48W x 48H x 103D mm
Sterilizers
Trace heating
Heat sealing
Available in compact 1/32 and 1/16 DIN panel sizes,
the 2100 series uses advanced PID algorithms to
give stable ‘straight line’ temperature control. Self
tuning is included to optimize the control performance without the need for specialized knowledge
or training.
The operator interface can be customized to present
only those parameters that an operator needs to see
and adjust, while all other parameters are locked
away under password protection.
A universal input, employing patented Instant
Accuracy™ technology, allows selection of nine
internally stored thermocouple types and the Pt100
resistance thermometer. Other input linearizations
may be factory downloaded. Linear inputs can be
scaled to the desired display range. Two outputs are
configurable for heating, cooling or alarms. Three
internal alarm setpoints are provided, configurable as
high, low or deviation alarms. Alarms can be
‘blocked’ on start-up to prevent unnecessary operator
alerts.
Simple baking profiles can be programmed using
the built in setpoint ramp generator and dwell timer.
Ramp-dwell programming
Heater failure can be detected when the controller
is used with a TE10S Solid State Relay. Tactile buttons
ensure positive operation.
Specifications:
Control modes:
PID or On/Off
Supply voltages:
85-264Vac, 5.0watts maximum
20-29Vac or dc, 5.0watts maximum
Operating ambient:
0-55°C, 0-90%RH non-condensing
1 -4
Inputs:
Nine standard thermocouple types.
Pt100. 4-20mA linear. Custom input
available
Output ratings:
Relay:
Logic:
2A, 264Vac resistive
9Vdc, 18mA
Rear Terminal Connections:
Model 2132
*
Model 2116
*
* External relay module part # SUB21/OARELAY//
Order separately
Ordering Codes:
Model
Number
Function
Supply
Voltage
Manual
2132
2116
Model Number
2132 1/32 DIN
2116 1/16 DIN
Function
CC
NF
TC
TN
PID Controller
On/Off Controller
PID Controller
+Timer
On/Off Controller
+Timer
Supply Voltage
VH
VL
Manual
85-264Vac
20-29Vac/dc
XXX
ENG
FRA
GER
NED
SPA
SWE
ITA
1 -5
No manual
English
French
German
Dutch
Spanish
Swedish
Italian
TEMPERATURE AND PROCESS CONTROLLERS
2216e, 2208e and 2204e General Purpose
PID Temperature Controllers
Ideal for:
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Extrusion - with optimized fan,
water or oil cooling
Ovens and furnaces
Lab applications
Model 2216e: 48W x 48H x 103D mm
Model 2208e: 48W x 96H x 103D mm
Model 2204e: 96W x 96H x 103D mm
point or alarm acknowledge. The 1/4 DIN model 2204e
has an additional 10 amp high current output option.
Available in 1/16, 1/8 and 1/4 DIN panel sizes the
2200e series are configurable for PID, On/Off or
motorized valve control - satisfying both electrical
and gas heating applications. Self-tuning is included to optimize control performance. These units
employ patented Instant Accuracy™ technology on
scaleable universal inputs accepting nine standard
thermocouple and RTD inputs, DC process inputs
or downloadable custom inputs.
Digital communications with Modbus® RTU or
DeviceNet™ protocols are available for easy connection to PLC™ or PC based supervisory control
and data logging systems.
A simple ramp and hold profile can be programmed
using the internal ramp generator and dwell timer.
Eliminate ammeters using PDSIO® current monitoring facility. Heater current may be displayed and
open and short circuit faults detected and alarmed.
Modular heating and cooling outputs are provided,
plus one or two alarm relay outputs. The 1/8 and
1/4 DIN units have two digital inputs to select
auto/manual transfer, standby mode, second set-
PDSIO® 2-wire
connection
TE10S
Solid
State Relay
Specifications:
Control modes:
PID, On/Off or motorized valve control
Supply voltage:
85-264Vac, 10.0watts maximum
Operating ambient:
0-55°C, 0-90%RH non-condensing
Inputs:
Nine standard thermocouple types.
Pt100. 4-20mA linear. Custom input
available
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Output ratings: Relay:
Logic:
Triac:
DC:
2A, 264Vac resistive
18Vdc, 20mA
1A, 264Vac resistive
Isolated 0-20mA, at 12Vdc
Terminal Connections:
Model 2208e/2204e
Model 2216e
(Note: The 10A output for the Model 2204e
is wired to additional terminals 4A
through to 6D)
Ordering Codes:
Model
Number
Function
2216e
2208e
2204e
Model Number
2216e 1/16 DIN
2208e 1/8 DIN
2204e 1/4 DIN
Function
CCPID Control
NFOn/off control
VCMotorized Valve
control
Supply Voltage
VH 85-264Vac
Supply
Voltage
Output 1
Output 2
Output 3
VH
Omit for
2216
Output 4
10 Amp
Output
Omit for
2216e
Omit for
2216 e
& 2208e
Comms
Manual
Output 1
Output 2
Output 3
Output 4
10 Amp Output
XX Not fitted
Relay: 2-pin
R1 Fitted unconfigured
RH Heating output
RU Valve raise output
FH High alarm 1
FL Low alarm 1
DB Dev. band alarm 1
DL Dev. low alarm 1
DH Dev. high alarm 1
Logic
L1 Fitted unconfigured
LH Heating output
M1 PDSIO® heaterbreak
detect (note 1)
M2 PDSIO® current
monitoring (note 2)
Triac
T1 Fitted unconfigured
TH Heating output
TU Valve raise output
DC control (Isolated)
D3 Fitted unconfigured
H6 0-20mA PID heating
H7 4-20mA PID heating
C6 0-20mA PID cooling
C7 4-20mA PID cooling
D6 DC Retransmission
XX Not fitted
Relay: 2-pin
R1 Fitted unconfigured
RC Cooling output
RH Heating output
RW Valve lower output
FH High alarm 2
FL Low alarm 2
DB Dev. band alarm 2
DL Dev. low alarm 2
DH Dev. high alarm 2
AL High & low alarms
1&2
Logic output
L1 Fitted unconfigured
LC Cooling output
LH Heating output
Logic input
AM Auto manual select
S2 Setpoint 2 select
AC Alarm ack/reset
EH Integral hold
SB Standby mode
SR PDSIO® remote SP
sel.
M5 CTX M5 current I/P
Triac
T1 Fitted unconfigured
TC Cooling output
TH Heating output
TW Valve lower output
XX Not fitted
Relay
RF Fitted unconfigured
RH PID heating
RC PID cooling
FH High alarm 3
FL Low alarm 3
DB Dev. band alarm 3
DL Dev. low alarm 3
DH Dev. high alarm 3
AL High & low alarms
3&4
PDSIO® Alarms (1)
LF Heater break detect
HF Current monitoring
heater break
SF Current monitoring
SSR failure
XX Not fitted
Relay
RF Fitted unconfigured
RH PID heating
RC PID cooling
FH High alarm 4
FL Low alarm 4
DB Dev. band alarm 4
DL Dev. low alarm 4
DH Dev. high alarm 4
AL High & low alarms
3&4
PDSIO® Alarms (1)
LF Heater break detect
HF Current monitoring
heater break
SF Current monitoring
SSR failure
XX Not fitted
R5 Fitted unconfigured
RH Heating output
Note 1.
PDSIO® heater break detect will
transmit the power demand signal
to a TE10S Solid State Relay and
read back a heater break alarm.
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Comms
2XX Not fitted
Modbus ® protocol
2YM 2-wire RS485
2FM 4-wire RS422
2 A MR S 2 3 2
EI-Bisynch protocol
2YE 2-wire RS485
2FE 4-wire RS422
2AE RS232
PDSIO ® input
2RS Setpoint input
DeviceNet™
2DN DeviceNet™
protocol
Manual
XXX
ENG
FRA
GER
NED
SPA
SWE
ITA
No manual
English
French
German
Dutch
Spanish
Swedish
Italian
TEMPERATURE AND PROCESS CONTROLLERS
2416, 2408(f) and 2404(f) High
Stability Temperature and Process
Controller/Programmer
Ideal for:
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Single and multi-zone ovens,
furnaces and kilns
Environmental chambers
Simple ratio and cascade control
Model 2416: 48W x 48H x 150D mm
Model 2408(f): 48W x 96H x 150D mm
Model 2404(f): 96W x 96H x 150D mm
Available in 1/16, 1/8 and 1/4 DIN panel sizes, the 2400
series are high stability controllers with an extensive
range of options. Either PID, on/off or motorized valve
control can be configured, satisfying both electrical and
gas heating applications. Dual PID settings, advanced
‘one shot’ and continuously adaptive tuning are available
to optimize control performance.
PDSIO® 2-wire
connection
The controllers employ universal inputs with Instant
Accuracy™ and accept a range of plug-in modules for
heating, cooling, analog retransmission, second process
value input and remote setpoint. High speed Modbus®,
Profibus® and ASCII communications provide easy connection to PLC™, PC based supervisory control and data
logging systems.
One, four or 20 setpoint programs
can be stored with 16 ramp-dwell
segments and three or eight event
outputs.
TE10S
Solid
State Relay
Model 2408(f)/2404(f)
Model 2416
Eliminate ammeters using PDSIO®
current monitoring facility. Heater
current may be displayed and open
and short circuit faults detected.
The 2408f and2404f models are available with ProfiBus® communications.
Specifications:
Control modes:
PID, On/Off or motorized
valve control
Supply voltage:
85-264Vac, 15watts maximum
20-29Vac/dc, 15watts maximum
Operating ambient:
0-55°C, 0-90%RH non-condensing
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Inputs:
Nine standard thermocouple types.
Pt100. 4-20mA linear. Custom input
available
Output ratings:
Relay:
Logic:
Triac:
DC:
2A, 264Vac resistive
18Vdc, 20mA
1A 264Vac resistive
0-20mA or 0-10Vdc configurable
Ordering Codes:
Model
Number
Function
Supply
Voltage
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Comms
Manual
2416
Function
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Comms
Standard PID control
CC Controller only
CG 1 x 8 seg Program
CP 1 x 16 seg Program
P4 4 x 16 seg Program
On/Off Control
NF Controller only
NG 1 x 8 seg Program
NP 1 x 16 seg Program
N4 4 x 16 seg Program
Motorized valve control
VC Controller only
VG 1 x 8 seg Program
VP 1 x 16 seg Program
V4 4 x 16 seg Program
XX None
Relay: 2-pin
R2 Fitted unconfigured
RH Heating output
RU Valve raise output
FH High alarm 1
FL Low alarm 1
DB Dev. band alarm 1
DL Dev. low alarm 1
DH Dev. high alarm 1
Logic
L2 Fitted unconfigured
LH Heating output
M1 PDSIO® heater break
detect (note 1)
M2 PDSIO® current
monitoring (note 2)
Triac
T2 Fitted unconfigured
TH Heating output
TU Valve raise output
DC control (Non-isolated)
D2 Fitted unconfigured
H1 0-20mA PID heating
H2 4-20mA PID heating
H3 0-5V PID heating
H4 1-5V PID heating
H5 0-10V PID heating
XX None
Relay: 2-pin
R2 Fitted unconfigured
RC Cooling output
RW Valve lower output
FH High alarm 2
FL Low alarm 2
DB Dev. band alarm 2
DL Dev. low alarm 2
DH Dev. high alarm 2
PO Program event 1
(not with 8-seg
programmer)
PE Program END output
Logic
L2 Fitted unconfigured
LC Cooling output
Triac
T2 Fitted unconfigured
TC Cooling output
TW Valve lower output
DC control (Non-isolated)
D2 Fitted unconfigured
C1 0-20mA PID cooling
C2 4-20mA PID cooling
C3 0-5V PID cooling
C4 1-5V PID cooling
C5 0-10V PID cooling
XX None
Relay: 2-pin
R2 Fitted unconfigured
FH High alarm 4
FL Low alarm 4
DB Dev. band alarm 4
DL Dev. low alarm 4
DH Dev. high alarm 4
RA Rate of change alarm
PO Program event 2
(not with 8-seg prog.)
PE Program END output
PDSIO® Alarms
LF Heater break detect
HF Current monitoring
heater break
SF Current monitoring
SSR failure
Logic
L2 Fitted unconfigured
Triac
T2 Fitted unconfigured
DC retran (Non-isolated)
D2 Fitted unconfigured
First character
V- PV retrans
S- Setpoint retrans
O- Output retrans
Z- Error retrans
Second character
-1 0-20mA
-2 4-20mA
-3 0-5V
-4 1-5V
-5 0-10V
XX None
2 wire, RS485
Y2 Fitted unconfigured
YMModbus ® protocol
YE EI-Bisynch protocol
RS232
A2 Fitted unconfigured
AMModbus® protocol
AE EI-Bisynch protocol
4 wire, RS422
F2 Fitted unconfigured
FM Modbus® protocol
FE EI-Bisynch protocol
PDSIO® Input
M6 Fitted unconfigured
RS Setpoint input
PDSIO® Output
M7 Fitted unconfigured
PT PV retrans
TS Setpoint retrans
OT Output retrans
Supply Voltage
VH 85-264Vac
VL 20-29Vac/dc
Model
Number
Function
Supply
Voltage
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Alarm
Relay
2408(f)
2404(f)
Manual
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2400 Coding Notes:
Note 1. PDSIO ® heater break detect
will transmit the power
demand signal to a TE10S
Solid State Relay and read
back a heater break alarm.
Note 2. PDSIO® current monitoring
will transmit the power
demand signal to a TE10S
Solid State Relay and read
back load current and
open and short circuit
alarms.
10amp
Output
Comms 1
Comms 2
Manual
Omit for
2408(f)
Model Number
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Alarm relay
Comms 1
2408 1/8 DIN
2404 1/4 DIN
2408f 1/8 DIN Profibus ®
2404f 1/4 DINProfibus®
XX Not fitted
Relay: 2-pin
R2 Fitted unconfigured
RH Heating output
RU Valve raise output
Relay: change over
R4 Fitted unconfigured
YH Heating output
Or alarm 1 from table A
Logic: (Non-isolated)
L2 Fitted unconfigured
LH Heating output
M1 PDSIO® heater break
detect (note 1)
M2 PDSIO® current
monitoring (note 2)
Triac
T2 Fitted unconfigured
TH Heating output
TU Valve raise output
DC control (Isolated)
D4 Fitted unconfigured
H6 0-20mA PID heating
H7 4-20mA PID heating
H8 0-5V PID heating
H9 1-5V PID heating
HZ 0-10V PID heating
Digital I/O (unconfigured)
TK Triple contact input
TL Triple logic input
TP Triple logic output
Dual relay
RR Fitted unconfigured
RD Heat + Cool
RM VP raise / lower OPs
Dual triac
TD Heat + Cool
TM VP raise / lower OPs
Logic+relay
LD Heat + Cool
Dual logic+triac
GD Heat + Cool
XX Not fitted
Relay: 2-pin
R2 Fitted unconfigured
RC Cooling output
RW Valve lower output
Relay: change over
R4 Fitted unconfigured
YC Cooling output
PO Program event 1
(not with 8-seg
programmer)
PE Program END output
Or alarm 2 from table A
Dual relay
RR Fitted unconfigured
PP Program events 1 & 2
Logic
L2 Fitted unconfigured
LC Cooling output
Triac
T2 Fitted unconfigured
TC Cooling output
TW Valve lower output
DC control (Isolated)
D4 Fitted unconfigured
C6 0-20mA PID cooling
C7 4-20mA PID cooling
C8 0-5V PID cooling
C9 1-5V PID cooling
CZ 0-10V PID cooling
DigitalI/O (unconfigured)
TK Triple contact input
TL Triple logic input
TP Triple logic output
Power supply
MS 24Vdc transmitter
DC retran. (Isolated)
Select from Table B
Potentiometer input
VU Fitted unconfigured
VS Valve position feed
back
VR Setpoint input
XX Not fitted
Relay: 2-pin
R2 Fitted unconfigured
Relay: change over
R4 Fitted unconfigured
PO Program event 4
(not with 8-seg
programmer)
PE Program END output
Or alarm 3 from table A
Logic
L2 Fitted unconfigured
Triac
T2 Fitted unconfigured
Dual relay
RR Fitted unconfigured
PP Programevent 4 & 5
Digital I/O (unconfigured)
TK Triple contact input
TL Triple logic input
TP Triple logic output
Power supply
MS 24Vdc transmitter
DC remote input
D5 Fitted unconfigured
W2 4-20mA setpoint
W5 0-10V setpoint
WP Second PV input
DC retran. (Isolated)
Select from Table B
Potentiometer input
VU Fitted unconfigured
VS Valve position feed
back
VR Setpoint input
XX Not fitted
Alarm 4 relay
RF Fitted unconfigured
Table A alarm options
plus:
RA Rateofchangealarm
PDSIO® Alarms
LF Heater break detect
HF Current monitoring
heater break
SF Current monitoring
SSR failure
PO Program event 7
(not with 8-segprog)
PE Program END output
XX Not fitted
2 wire, RS485
Y2 Fitted unconfigured
YM Modbus® protocol
YE EI-Bisynch protocol*
RS232
A2 Fitted unconfigured
AM Modbus® protocol
AE EI-Bisynch protocol*
4 wire RS422
F2 Fitted unconfigured
FM Modbus® protocol
FE EI-Bisynch protocol*
PDSIO® Output
M7 Fitted unconfigured
PT PV retrans
TS Setpoint retrans
OT Output retrans
Profibus® Module
PB High speed RS485**
Function
Standard PID control
CC Controller
CG 1 x 8 seg Prog
CP 1 x 16 seg Prog
P4 4 x 16 seg Prog
CM 20 x 16 seg Prog*
On/Off Control
NF Controller only
NG 1 x 8 seg Prog
NP 1 x 16 seg Prog
N4 4 x 16 seg Prog
NM 20 x 16 seg Prog*
Motorized valve control
VC Valve positioner
VG 1 x 8 seg Prog
VP 1 x 16 seg Prog
V4 4 x 16 seg Prog
VM 20 x 16 seg Prog*
Supply Voltage
VH 85-264Vac
VL 20-29Vac/dc
* not available with
2408f and 2404f
Profibus® controllers
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10amp Output
XX Not fitted
R6 Fitted unconfig.
RH PID heating
Comms 2
XX Not fitted
PDSIO® Input
M6 Fitted unconfigured
RS Setpoint input
PDSIO® Output
M7 Fitted unconfigured
PT PV retrans
TS Setpoint retrans
OT Output retrans
Manual
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Italian
Table A: alarm codes
FH High alarm
FL Low alarm
DB Dev. band alarm
DL Dev. low alarm
DH Dev. high alarm
Table B: DC retransmission
D6 Fitted unconfigured
First character
V- PV retrans
S- Setpoint retrans
O- Output retrans
Z- Error retrans
Second character
-1 0-20mA
-2 4-20mA
-3 0-5V
-4 1-5V
-5 0-10V
** The PB Profibus ® Communications module
only works in the 2408f or 2404f
TEMPERATURE AND PROCESS CONTROLLERS
2604, 2604f, 2704 and 2704f High Performance
Multiloop Controller/Programmer
Ideal for:
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One, two or three control loops
Atmosphere heat treatment
Reliability test chambers
Composite curing autoclaves
Vacuum furnaces
Ceramic and brick kilns
2000 I/O Expander
Glass furnaces/forehearths
Melt pressure
2604 and 2704 are high stability temperature and process
controllers. The 2604 has a dual five digit display and a
two line LCD panel. The 2704 has a high visibility graphical user interface, enabling many advanced features
including PV/SP trending. Both units are available in a
single, dual or triple loop format and employ universal
inputs with Instant Accuracy™.
A setpoint programming option is available allowing
storage of up to 50 programs, each program can profile
up to three setpoints. Using internal Toolkit Blocks, including timers and totalizers, customized user configurations and special machine controllers can be created.
The Series 2000™ I/O is a DIN rail mounting
digital I/O expansion unit. It is used in conjunction with the 2604 and 2704 controllers to
allow the number of digital I/O points to be
increased by a maximum of 20 inputs and 20
outputs.
Two product offerings are available allowing
either 10 inputs/outputs or 20 inputs/outputs.
Supply to the unit is 24Vac/dc. Communications
between the Series 2000™ I/O and its host
controller is performed serially via a proprietary
two wire interface.
Serial Comms
2604 and 2704 have fixed and modular I/O and can use
the 2000 I/O expansion unit to provide further input
and output connections.
The (f) versions are available with ProfiBus®
communications
I/O Expander Unit
Control/
PSU Board
2604
24Vac/dc
supply
10 logic inputs
10 logic inputs
I/O expander
10 way
10 way
Extension board
10 relay outputs
10 relay outputs
24Vac/dc
transmitter supply
Specifications:
Dimensions (mm):
96W x 96H x 150D
Special functions:
Control modes:
3 Control loops
PID, On/off and Motorized Valve,
Cascade, Ratio & Override
Melt pressure control, Carbon
potential, Humidity control and
Trending control
Toolkit blocks:
Analog and digital operations,
Pattern generator, Pulse programmer, Timers and Totalizers
Communications:
Modbus® and Profibus ®
Setpoint programmer:
50 Programs, 500 segments
16 Event outputs
Supply voltages:
85-264Vac, 24Vac/dc
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Ordering Codes:
2604, 2604f, 2704 and 2704f C o n t r o l l e r s
Controller
Type
Supply
Voltage
Loop/
Programs
Applications
I/O slot 1
I/O slot 3
I/O slot 4
I/O slot 5
I/O slot 6
Memory
Module
Comms
Manual
Comms
Toolkit
Functions
Config
Tools
2604(f)
2704(f)
Controller Type
2604 Standard
2604f Profibus®
2704 Standard
2704f Profibus®
Supply Voltage
VH
VL
85-264Vac
20-29Vac/dc
Loop/Programs
First digit
1-- One loop
2-- Two loops
3-- Three loops
Second digit
-XX No programs
-2- Twenty programs
-5- Fifty programs
Third digit
-XX No programs
--1 1 Profile
--2 2 Profile
--3 3 Profile
Applications
XX
ZC
VA
Standard
Zirconia
Vacuum (5)
I/O slots 1,3,4,5,6
(1)
XX
R4
R2
RR
T2
TT
D4
D6
PV
TL
TK
TP
MS
VU
G3
G5
AM
DP
Memory Module
None fitted
Change over relay
2 Pin relay
Dual relay
Triac
Dual triac
DC Control
DC retransmission
PV Input (slots 3 & 6
only)
Triple logic input
Triple contact input
Triple logic output
24Vdc transmitter
PSU
Potentiometer input
5Vdc transducer PSU
10Vdc transducer
PSU
Analog input module
(not in slot 5)
Dual DC (probe)
input(4) (slots 3 and 6
only)
XX Not fitted
Comms
First slot (only)
PB Profibus®
Both slots
XX None fitted
A2 EIA-232
Y2 2-wire EIA-485
F2 4-wire EIA-485
2000 I/O Expander
Product
Supply
I/O set 1
2000 i/O
VL
10LR
Supply Voltage
VL Low voltage
I/O set 2
I/O Set 1
10LR 10 logic in/
10 relay out
I/O Set 2
XXXXNon-fitted
10LR 10 logic in
10 relay out
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Manual
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XX None
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Hardware notes:
Toolkit Functions
XX Standard
U1 Toolkit level 1
U2 Toolkit level 2
(2)
(3)
1. Standard toolkit includes 8 digital
operations, timers and totalizers.
2. Toolkit 1 includes 16 analog,
16 digital, pattern generator,
pulse programmer and four
user values.
3. Toolkit 2 includes Toolkit 1 plus
extra eight analog and 16 digital
operations and eight user values.
4. Dual analog input suitable for
Carbon Probes. (Inputs not
isolated from each other).
5. Vacuum Function Block includes
support for non-linear sensors.
TEMPERATURE AND PROCESS CONTROLLERS
2500 DIN rail Multiloop Controller and
Data Acquisition Unit
Ideal for:
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Furnaces and Conveyor furnaces
Environmental chambers
Baking conveyor ovens
Packaging lines
Improving PID in PLC™ systems
The System 2500 is a DIN rail or panel mounted
multi-loop PID controller and data acquisition I/O
system that is the latest addition to our class leading
and field proven Series 2000™ PID controllers and
indicators. With its modular scalable construction,
advanced self-tuning PID algorithms, high-density
I/O modules, combinational logic, mathematics
functions and multiple fieldbus capability, maximum
flexibility and interoperability are ensured today and
tomorrow.
The System 2500 consists of a base (rack), I/O processor (IOC), terminal units (TU), plug-in I/O modules
and an externally mounted 24Vdc power supply.
The passive base is available in three sizes to accept
four, eight or sixteen quick release I/O modules. Up
to sixteen bases can be multi-dropped simply by
using standard low-cost RJ45 cables. The base may be
mounted on a DIN rail or panel for location close to
the control reducing the length of signal wiring since
twisted pair communications wire now replaces the
previous bundle of wire approach.
The System 2500 I/O processor (IOC) is responsible
for the continuous and combinational logic control
strategies, mathematical functions and I/O data
acquisition telemetry. With up to 8 PID self-tuning
loops per base, multi-loop solutions up to 128 loops
are possible. All run-time parameter values are
automatically stored in EEPROM in the event of
power failure. The IOC also supports the serial
digital communications interface to host Operator
Interfaces, PCs or PLC™’s. It does this using either
Modbus® RTU or Profibus®-DP serial digital communications.
An expanding selection of I/O module types provides
up to 48 analog inputs or 32 analog outputs, or 128 digital inputs or 64 digital outputs–or any combination
thereof–per base (16 position). I/O modules are
isolated ensuring high system reliability and may
be replaced without powering down.
For display purposes the System 2500 can be used
with the T2900, a multi-setpoint programmer and data
logger that auto-configures when connected to a 2500
base. As the 2500 can be either a Modbus® or Profibus®
slave, any HMI, PLC™ interface or SCADA system can
also be connected.
Common with all Series 2000™ instruments, the 2500
uses the Microsoft® Windows® 95, Microsoft® Windows®
98 or Microsoft® Windows NT® compatible configuration software called iTools for I/O, PID, logic and
analog Toolkit block configuration. Complete 2500
configurations can be saved by iTools and used to
clone other 2500’s or used offline to create new
configurations.
The System 2500 can be also be used as remote I/O
for the Model 2604 and 2704 controllers. This permits
the use of more sensor inputs that can be used in a
min/max/average/switch-over mode in a targeted
application.
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Specifications:
Analog Inputs (AI2/AI3)
Low level
High level
Sample Rate
Thermocouple
RTD
Potentiometer
Custom
Serial Digital Communications
Modbus® RTU, Profibus ® DP
-100 to +100mV
0-20mA or 0-10Vdc,
-23mA to + 23mA for AI3
J, K, L, R, B, N, T, S, PL 2, C
2/3-wire PT100
330 to 15K ohm
Up to 3 downloadable
Toolkit Blocks
8 User, 16 Analog, 16 Logic
General
2500C Supply
Operating temp:
Quad/Octal Digital Inputs (DI4/DI8)
Contact Closure (voltage), Logic
EMC standards
Quad Relay/Digital Output (RLY4/DO4)
2A Relay, Quad logic output, Quad 24V output
Agency approvals
Dual Analog Output (AO2)
0-20mA, 0-10Vdc
24Vdc nominal, 18.0 to
28.8Vdc
0 to 55°C and 5 to 95%
RH non-condensing
EN50081-2 (emissions) &
EN50082-2 (immunity)
UL and CSA approvals
pending
Dimensions
Vertical Height 180mm (3.94")
Width
4 way base: 137mm (5.39")
8 way base: 239mm (9.41")
16 way base: 442mm (17.4")
Depth
105mm (4.13")
Control Functions (IOC)
PID Loops
Up to 8 control blocks per base
Loop Types Simple, cascade, override and ratio
Tuning
One-shot and continuous adaptive
tuning
Alarms
Number
Alarm types
4 per loop, 2 per input and 4 user
High, low, deviation high/low/band,
rate of change
Features:
Benefits:
Digital Communications
Distribute the PID loops or data acquisition I/O where it
is needed using twisted pair cables
PID Loop and Data Acquisition integrity
Single point of failure keeps process running in the event of failure.
‘Out of the Box’ Advanced or Specialized PID Loops
Pre-configured Toolkit blocks for auto-tuning PID loops, cascade,
ratio, carbon and other loop types, provide accurate, reliable
repeatable control.
Offloads PID from the PLC™
Reduce PLC™ processor utilization, use less expensive
PLC™ and reduce configuration time.
Universal Inputs
Same AI module for all inputs.
Fully Isolated Analog Inputs
Protects hardware and eliminates ground loops.
Shorter Signal Wire Runs
Reduces noise and spurious signals, more accurate
transducer readings.
Local Diagnostic Information
Predict failures before they happen and reduce
maintenance schedules.
Choice in Best in Class Automation Devices
Go with the leader in precision PID control and serial
digital communications.
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TEMPERATURE AND PROCESS CONTROLLERS
Ordering Codes:
Base Unit
Four I/O Module base
Eight I/O Module base
Sixteen I/O Module base
Analog Outputs
2500B/S04/CLAMPS/ENG
2500B/S08/CLAMPS/ENG
2500B/S16/CLAMPS/ENG
Universal Dual Isolated Output
2500M/AO2/UNIV
Terminal Unit for AO2
2500T/AO2/UNIV
Terminal Unit for AO2 w/Disconnects 2500T/AO2/UNIV/DCONNECT
Analog Inputs
Digital Output
Universal Dual Isolated Input
2500M/AI2/UNIV
3 Channel Isolated Input 0-20mA
2500M/AI3
Terminal Unit for AI2 with CJC
2500T/AI2/TC/NONE
Terminal Unit for AI2 dc/PT100
2500T/AI2/DC/NONE
Terminal Unit for AI2 mA
2500T/AI2/DC/SHUNT
Terminal Unit for AI3
2500T/AI3/NONE
Terminal Unit for AI3w/Disconnects
2500T/AI3/DISCONNECT
Quad Logic o/p 10mA (24v required)
2500M/DO4/LOGIC/EXTPWR
Quad 24V 100mA (24v required)
2500M/DO4/24V/EXTPWR
Terminal Unit for DO4
2500T/DO4/UNIV
Terminal Unit for DO4 w/Disconnects 2500T/DO4/UNIV/DCONNECT
Relay Output
Quad 2 Amp Relay (3 n/o, 1 form C) 2500M/RLY4
Digital Inputs
Quad 24 v input
2500M/DI424V/EXTPWR
Eight x Isolated Contact Input
2500M/DI8contact
Eight x Isolated Logic Input
2500M/DI8logic
Terminal Unit for DI4
2500T/DI4/UNIV
Terminal Unit for RLY4
2500T/RLY4/NOFUSE
Terminal Unit for RLY4 w/2A Fuses
2500T/RLY4/FUSE2A
Power Supply
Terminal Unit for DI4 w/Disconnects
2500T/DI4/UNIV/DCONNECT
DIN Rail 24v 2.5 Amp Supply
2500P/2A5/ENG
Terminal Unit for DI8
2500T/DI8/UNIV
DIN Rail 24v 5 Amp Supply
2500P/5A0/ENG
Terminal Unit for DI8 w/Disconnects
2500T/DI8/UNIV/DCONNECT
DIN Rail 24v 10 Amp Supply
2500P/10A0/ENG
Accessories
2500C Configuration Cable
2500A/CABLE/CONFIG/RJ11/9PINDF/3M0
3.0 Meter Interconnecting Cable Between Bases
2500A/CABLE/MODBUS/RJ45/RJ45/3M0
0.5 Meter InterconnectingCableBetween Bases
2500A/CABLE/MODBUS/RJ45/RJ45/0M5
Modbus® Termination Load(for last base in link)
2500A/TERM/MODBUS/RJ45
Profibus® Termination Load(for last base in link)
2500A/TERM/PROFIBUS/RJ45
Communication
For Data Acquisition and Alarm
2500C/S/ACQIO/comms
With Toolkit blocks and Acquisition
2500C/S/UW/comms
With 2 PID blocks
2500C/S/2LOOP/comms
With 2 PID blocks + Toolkitand Acquisition
2500C/S/2LOOPUW/comms
comms = with Modbus® RTU Communications
comms = with Profibus® DP Communications
Terminal Unit for Modbus® RTU Controller
/MODBUS
/PROFIBUS
2500T/IOC/S/MODBUS
Terminal Unit for Profibus® DP Controller(with RJ45 connector)
2500T/IOC/S/PROFIBUS/RJ45
Terminal Unit for Profibus® DP Controller(with 9 Pin female D connector)
2500T/IOC/S/PROFIBUS/9pinD
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* Consult factory
T2900 Operator Interface and
Setpoint Programmer
Ideal for:
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Environmental chambers
Heat treatment furnaces
Autoclaves
Modbus® RTU
Vacuum furnaces
Benefits:
Kilns
2500
Clear graphical displays
The T2900 is a graphical programmer providing
up to 16 analog setpoint profiles and up to 32
digital output profiles on a single time base. It
is designed to work as an HMI with the 2500 DIN
rail PID controller. Up to 16 model 2500 units may
be multidropped from the T2900.
The display of the T2900 is a 137mm 1/4VGA active
matrix color LCD display with cold cathode bac k
light, and has a dura ble resistive analog touchpanel
which extends below the display area to give six
extra function keys.
A standard 3.5" floppy disk drive is fitted behind an
IP65 sealing door, and can be used for loading and
saving programs, for logging running data or for
updating the application program.
Simplifies operator training
Physical distribution
Reduced wiring cost
Local data-logging
Simple product/process
qualification
The 2900 is configured using iTools, Project
Studio software. This configurator, which runs
under a standard Microsoft ® Windows® 95 or
Microsoft® WindowsNT® operating system may
be used to create Programs, and to develop ‘User
Screens’, displays on which the OEM defines
which variables, buttons and text are shown.
Internationalization is available by selecting
the appropriate text file containing the foreign
language or the industry specific words used
on all standard displays. European or US date
and time formats are also selectable.
Specifications:
Programmer:
Up to 50 Programs
Up to 500 segments
Up to 16 setpoint profiled per program
Up to 32 digital events per program
1 timebase
Graphical program preview
Real time trend with setpoint pre-plot
Real Time Clock
Schedule (future start time)
Run from (mid-program start)
Access level:
Locked, Operator, Commission,
Engineer
Alarms:
Alarm and Event management, timestamped
Communications:
Modbus®™RTU master and slave
(RJ45) 3.5mm floppy disc for datalogging and program load/save
Diagnostics:
Health relay contacts and LEDs
Dimensions:
144H x 144W format by 200Dmm
(138mm x 138mm cut-out)
Ordering Codes:
Eurotherm project studio CD
T2900-24-1-0-1-1-0-1-1-1-2-2-0-0-0-0-0-E-E-0-0-0-312-0-0
T2900 Programmer and Data-logger, 1/4VGA TFT color touch with floppy disc
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TEMPERATURE AND PROCESS CONTROLLERS
iTools Configuration Software
Ideal for:
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Series 2000 ™ Controller configuration
and cloning
Ramp/soak (program) configuration
OPC compatibility
iTools is a Microsoft® Windows® based software
package designed for configuration and cloning
of the industry leading Series 2000™ family of
PID controllers and indicators. There are three
Editions of iTools; demo, standard and open.
The Demo Edition of iTools is restricted and
may be downloaded free from our web site for
evaluation. Communication is limited to 30
minutes.
Features
Benefits
Auto Node Detection
Simplifies operator training
Clone File Save & Load
Guaranteed configuration
Ramp/Soak Editor (SPE)
Visualization of ramp/soak
profile
Modem/Network Support Remote monitoring and service
ActiveX Controls
The standard version has all features avialable,
but communications to third party OPC is limited to 30 minutes. The open version has all features available, including the iTools ModBus®
OPC server supporting all requirements of OPC
data access custom interface specification 1.0
and 2.0.
Powerful SCADA displays with
minimum configuration
cally identify any Series 2000™ instrument. Noncommunicating instruments use the optional
Series 2000™ Configuration Station that does not
require the instrument to be line powered.
Copying the complete set of parameter values from
an attached instrument to a file can be done at the
click of a button. This same file can then be cloned
to another instrument to provide an exact duplicate. Files can also be edited off-line, distributed,
or used to compare configurations.
iTools operates on any personal computer running Microsoft® Windows® 95, Microsoft®
Windows® 98, Microsoft® Windows NT® or
Microsoft® Windows® 2000. For instruments with
Modbus® RTU communications, iTools will scan
the Modbus® network on request and automati-
iTools is written using the latest software
technology ensuring interoperability with industrial and desktop software you use today. This tech-
Specifications
Minimum platform:
Disk space:
Microsoft ® Windows®95, Microsoft®
Windows®98, 16Mb RAM;
Microsoft® WindowsNT®, 32Mb RAM;
Microsoft®Windows®2000, 64Mb RAM
VGA (SVGA preferred)
10Mb
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Communications:
OPC Driver for Modbus ®
RTU via serial port
Networked client/server
Operates over Internet/Modem
Target Instruments:
Series 2000™ Family
Generic IDM support - 2404
Carbon, 2208/2204 FM Alarm
nology is demonstrated by the inclusion of two
ActiveX controls (a Series 2000™ faceplate and
parameter control), a Modbus® RTU OPC Server
(EuroMBus) that can operate as a standalone
OPC server, a visual Setpoint Programmer
Editor (SPE) and OPC Scope - a trend plot and
data logger tool. Both Active X controls and the
OPC Server can be used with industrial visualization software available today
Ordering Codes:
Base Unit
Edition
License
User Type
iTools
Media
XX
3.5
CD
No media
3.5in disks
CD w/electronic
manual
Edition/License Type
DEMO
Demo
Manual
XXX No manual
ENG English
SpecView® Plus SCADA Supervisory Software
SpecView® Plus is a cost effective, auto-configuring
SCADA package which communicates with Series
2000™ instrument, Series 4100 recorders and other
control products of the company via Modbus® or
EI-Bisynch serial communications. Available from
SpecView® Corp., the product features auto-detection,
run-time instrument views, graphical user interfaces,
trending, data logging, historical replay, recipe, DDE
and strategy controller. SpecView® is available with
up to nine communications ports and runs under
Microsoft® Windows® 95, Microsoft® Windows® 98 or
Microsoft® Windows NT®. It supports a wide variety
of our instrumentation products.
Ordering Codes:
Product
Ports
Historical
Replay
Strategy
Controller
Dynamic
Data Exch.
PC3000
Driver
SV+
Product
SV+ SpecView
Plus
Ports
SP Single port
MP Multiple port
Historical Replay
XX
HR
None
With replay
Manual
Strategy Controller
Dynamic Date Exchange
XX
SC
XX None
DDE With dynamic data
exchange
None
With controller
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PC3000 Driver
XX None
PC3 With PC3000
driver
User Type
Single User
STDSL
Standard
OPENSL
Open
STDSLR
Standard renewal
OPENSLR Open renewal
Multiple user-single site
STDML
Standard
OPENML Open
STDMLR Standard renewal
OPENMLR Open renewal
Multiple user-unlimited sitessingle company
STDMU
Standard
OPENMU Open
STDMUR Standard renewal
OPENMUR Open renewal
TEMPERATURE AND PROCESS CONTROLLERS
Profibus® configuration Software
Ideal for:
Ideal for:
•
•
Generates ‘GSD’ files for Profibus®-DP master
Supports 2408f, 2404f, 2604f, 2704f, 2500
controllers, 2408i indicator, T630 and TU/TC
Series SCR units
The Configurator is a Microsoft® Windows®95, Microsoft®
Windows®98 or Microsoft® WindowsNT® operating system based software utility that creates ‘GSD’ files. ‘GSD’
files define the parameters that a PLC™º or Profibus®
master will be able to address.
Ordering Codes:
The ‘GSD’ file is imported into a master Profibus®
Configuration tool which in turn produces a file that is
used by a PLC™ or Profibus® master to communicate
with remote devices.
For more information ask for the Profibus®
Communications Handbook
PROF - ENG (English language)
- FRA (French language)
- GER (German language)
Series 2000™ Configuration Station
Ideal for:
Ideal for:
•
•
•
Setting-up new configurations
Storing configurations
Cloning controllers
This station is used for fast set-up and secure storage
of Series 2000™ and T630 controller configurations.
The station will directly connect to iTools and create
and store configurations on the computer and an
interface box which connects the computer to the
controller under configuration.
The iTools software can create a new configuration,
retrieve a previously stored configuration or upload
the configuration from the controller. This configuration can then be modified and downloaded to
the controller.
Ordering Codes:
2000 - CONFIG - ENG - STD - iTools
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The interface box connects to the RS232 port of the
computer. Connection to the controller is through a
special sleeve mounted connector. No additional
module or power connection is required to use the
Series 2000™ Configuration Station..
Specifications:
Supply:
110Vac or 240Vac ±10% switch
selectable
Operating ambient:
0-55°C, 5-95% Rh non condensing
T630 Process Controller
Ideal for:
•
•
•
•
•
Combustion control
Furnace
Boilers
Incinerators
T630: 72W x 144H x 253D mm
All single and cascade loop
process applications
* T630 shown above with optional T730 sleeve
The T630 process controller is a low cost 1/2 DIN
single loop, ratio, dual loop cascade or manual
station controller in a traditional process 3" X 6"
format. The controller’s selectable algorithms
and connectable logic I/O make it ideal for a
wide range of stand-alone and system applications. This unit is available with 3 An In, 2 An
Out, 4 Dig In, 4 Dig Out, Autotune, standard
universal isolated inputs (TC, RTD, 4-20mA
configuration, password protection and serial
communications.
Specifications:
Control Modes:
PID, single loop, ratio, dual loop
cascade, override control or manual
station. Analog or incremental
(raise/lower) output
Supply voltages:
90-265Vac or 19-55Vdc at 25VA
Operating temperature: 0-50° C, 5-95% non-condensing
Inputs:
0-10V, 0-20mA, 4-20mA
Sensor types:
J, K, T, S, R, B, N, PT100
Input accuracy:
0.1% of range
Communications:
RS422/485
Protocols:
Modbus®/JBus RTU slave or
PROFIBUS®-DP slave
Panel Sealing
NEMA 4/IP65
Ordering Codes:
Base Unit
Power
Supply
Expansion
I/O Slot 1
Expansion
I/O Slot 2
Sleeve
Calibration
Certificate
T630
Base Unit
T630
Controller
Power Supply
STD
DC
Mains
DC
Expansion I/O Slot 1
Expansion I/O Slot 2
—
None
EXPIO Expansion I/O slot
—
None
SER Serial comms
PROF Profibus®
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Sleeve
—
T730
None
Sleeve
Calibration Certificate
—
None
CERT Certification
TEMPERATURE AND PROCESS CONTROLLERS
Other Available Products
800, 900 and 90 Series controllers
808/809, 847/849, 818S, 818P, 818P4,
• Single and multi-zone
ovens and furnaces
• Extrusion control
818P15, 902S, 902P, 903P, 904P, 900EPC,
• Environmental chambers
91e, 92, 93, 94, 94C
• Auto claves
• Chillers and dryers
ASSOCIATED AUXILIARY PRODUCTS
• B&B Port Powered
Communications Converter
• DuTec Baudmaster
Communications Converter
• Prosoft A-B PLC™ Interface
Modules
• IPSG Instrument Programming
Software
Phone us, check our website or use the Instant Access Order Form at the end of the catalog to request more
information on any of these products.
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INDICATOR AND ALARM UNITS
2
SECTION
INDICATOR AND ALARM UNITS
Phone us, check our website or use the Instant Access Order Form at the end of the catalog
to request more information on any of these products.
INDICATOR AND ALARM UNITS
2132i and 2116i Compact Indicator
and Alarm Units
Ideal for:
•
•
•
•
Temperature indication
4-20mA process inputs
Model 2132i: 48W x 24H x 103D mm
Model 2116i: 48W x 48H x 103D mm
Over-temperature protection
Process value trip unit
Features:
The 2132i/2116i are compact high performance
4 digit units with large, bright green LEDs for
measurement and display of temperature and
other process variables in standard 1/32 and
1/16 DIN panel sizes.
Both models include an optional alarm relay
output and logic connection for either a second
external alarm relay or alarm acknowledge
input.
The universal input employing patented
Instant Accuracy™ technology, of the
2132i/2116i accepts a wide range of two wire
temperature sensors and process inputs.
Universal input:
covers a wide range
of temperature and
process inputs
Three software alarm setpoints:
separate warning
and shut-down limits
One or two alarm outputs:
alarm alert and
shut-down outputs
Front panel configuration:
easy, on-site set-up
Wide-range:
85-264Vac, or 2029Vac/dc supply
can be installed
world-wide
Plug-in from front:
rapid replacement,
reducing downtime
Specifications:
Display:
Green four digit 10mm LED
Supply voltage:
85-264Vac
20-29Vac/dc 15watts maximum
Operating ambient:
0-55°C, 5-95%RH non-condensing
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Inputs:
nine standard thermocouple
types, Pt100,
Linear mV/mA
Sample rate:
5Hz
Relay output rating:
2A, 264Vac resistive
Rear Terminal Connections
* Model 2132i
Model 2116i
*
* External relay module part # SUB21/OARELAY//
Order separately
Ordering Codes:
Model
Number
Supply
Voltage
Function
Manual
2132i
2116i
Model Number
2132i 1/32 DIN Indicator
2116i 1/16 DIN Indicator
Function
AL
Indicator with one
logic I/O and one
alarm output
Supply Voltage
VH
VL
85-264Vac
20-29Vac/dc
Manual
XXX
ENG
FRA
GER
NED
SPA
SWE
ITA
No manual
English
French
German
Dutch
Spanish
Swedish
Italian
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INDICATOR AND ALARM UNITS
2108i Indicator and Alarm Unit
Ideal for:
•
•
•
•
Temperature indication
4-20mA process inputs
Model 2108i: 96W x 48H x 103D mm
Over-temperature protection
Process value trip unit
The 2108i provides accurate four digit
measurement and display of temperature
and other process variables in a standard
1/8 DIN format. Two alarm relay outputs
are provided from up to three internal soft
alarms. External digital keylock and alarm
acknowledge inputs are standard.
Features:
The 2108i employs patented Instant
Accuracy™ technology and accepts outputs
from all popular temperature, pressure,
flow and level measurement sensors.
Universal input:
covers a wide range
of temperature and
process inputs
Two alarm relay outputs:
for operator alert
and plant protection
Wide-range 85-264Vac,
supply:
can be installed
worldwide
Plug-in from front:
rapid replacement,
reducing downtime
Front panel
configuration:
easy, on-site set-up
Tactile buttons:
friendly operation
Specifications:
Display:
Red or green four digit 15.9mm LED
Supply voltage:
100–240Vac 15%, +10%
Operating ambient:
0-55°C, 5-95%RH non-condensing
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Inputs:
nine standard thermocouple
types, Pt100,
Linear mV/mA
Sample rate:
5Hz
Relay output ratings:
2A, 264Vac resistive
Rear Terminal Connections:
Model 2108i
Ordering Codes:
Function
AL Alarm unit
Display Color
GN Green display
RD Red display
Supply Voltage
VH 85-264Vac
Model
Number
Function
2108i
AL
Display
Color
Supply
Voltage
Relay
Output 1
Relay
Output 2
Manual
VH
Relay Output 1
RF Unconfigured
Unlatched alarms
FH High alarm 1
FL Low alarm 1
RA Rate of change
alarm 1
Latched alarm
HH High alarm 1
LA Low alarm 1
AA High alarm 1& low
alarm 3
RT Rate of change
alarm 1
NW New alarm status
Relay Output 2
RF Unconfigured
Unlatched alarms
FH High alarm 2
FL Low alarm 2
RA Rate of change
alarm 2
Latched alarm
HH High alarm 2
LA Low alarm 2
RT Rate of change
alarm 2
NW New alarm status
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Manual
XXX
ENG
FRA
GER
NED
SPA
SWE
ITA
No manual
English
French
German
Dutch
Spanish
Swedish
Italian
INDICATOR AND ALARM UNITS
2408i Universal Process Indicator
and Alarm Unit
Ideal for:
•
•
•
•
Temperature indication
Pressure, flow and level monitoring
Model 2408i: 96W x 48H x 150Dmm
Differential measurement
Process protection
Accurate, stable measurement of temperature,
pressure, level, flow and other process variables
are provided by the 2408i universal indicator. An
optional second process value input allows the
average, difference, minimum or maximum of
two values to be displayed.
For level measurement, an eight-point fit may
be applied to any part of the input signal to give
an accurate displayed value.
Temperature linearization functions for nine thermocouple types and Pt100 resistance thermometers
are selectable. Other input linearizations can be
factory downloaded.
Features:
Strain gauge and pressure sensor inputs can be
energized from an internal 5 or 10Vdc supply. An
automatic calibration routine is provided to remove
zero and span offsets.
For flow measurements, square root extraction is
available as standard.
The 2408i employs Instant Accuracy™ technology
in its universal input. Large, bright, red or green
displays ensure good visibility in high and low
ambient lighting.
Four alarm setpoints
for alert and plant
protection
Serial communications
for supervisory control
and data acquisition
DC retransmission
fully isolated retransmission
to remote control and
monitoring equipment
Second PV input
for monitoring auxiliary
signals
Strain gauge input
for pressure monitoring
communications
Specifications:
Display:
Red or green five digit 15.9mm LED
Sample rate:
9Hz
Supply voltages:
85-264Vac, 20-29Vac or dc, 15watts
maximum
Relay output ratings:
2A, 264V resistive
Operating ambient:
0-55°C, 5-95%RH non-condensing
Inputs:
Single or dual; nine standard
thermocouple types, Pt100
Strain gauge, Linear mV/mA
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Digital communications: RS232, 2-wire RS485
and 4-wire RS422
Modbus®, ASCII and
Profibus®-DP protocols
Rear Terminal Connections:
Model 2408i
Ordering Codes:
Model
Number
Function
2408i
AL
Function
AL
AP
Indicator/Alarm unit
Profibus®
Indicator/Alarm unit
Display Color
GN
RD
Green display
Red display
Supply Voltage
VH
VL
85-264Vac
20-29Vac/dc
Display
Color
Supply
Module 1
Module 2
Module 1, 2 & 3
XX
None
Alarm Relay output
(change over)
R4
Fitted unconfigured
OR Select alarm configuration from table A
DC Retransmission
D6
Module fitted
unconfigured
First character
VPV retrans
SSetpoint retrans
ZError retrans
Second character
-1
0-20mA
-2
4-20mA
-3
0-5V
-4
1-5V
-5
0-10V
Module 3
Relay
Output 1
Comms
Module
Relay Output 1
Dual relay (note 2)
RR
Module fitted unconfig
Triple contact I/P (note 3)
TK
Module fitted unconfig
Triple Logic Input (note 3)
TL
Module fitted unconfig
Triple Logic O/P (note 4)
TP
Module fitted unconfig
20mA Transmitter supply
MS 24Vdc, 20mA supply
Strain Gauge Transducer supply
(modules 1& 2 only) (note 5)
G3
5V transducer supply
G5
10V transducer supply
2nd analog input (module 3
only)
D5
Module fitted
For configuration see ‘PV
Function field below
XX
Not fitted
RF
Fitted unconfigured
OR select alarm configuration from Table A
Table A
Alarm relay configuration
(note 1)
Non latching
FH
High alarm
FL
Low alarm
DB Dev. band alarm
DL
Dev. low alarm
DH Dev. high alarm
RA
Rate-of-change alarm
Latched alarms
HI
High alarm
LO Low alarm
BD Dev. band alarm
WD Dev. low alarm
AD Dev. high alarm
RT
Rate-of-change alarm
NW New alarm
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PDSIO®
Module
Manual
Comms Module
XX
Module not fitted
RS232
A2
Module fitted
unconfigured
AM Modbus® protocol
AE
EI-Bisynch protocol
RS485 (2-wire)
Y2
Module fitted
unconfigured
YM Modbus® protocol
YE
EI-Bisynch protocol
RS422 (4-wire)
F2
Module fitted
unconfigured
FM Modbus® protocol
FE
EI-Bisynch protocol
Profibus® Module
PB
High speed RS485
PDSIO® Module
XX
M6
RS
Module not fitted
Fitted unconfigured
Setpoint input
Manual
XXX
ENG
FRA
GER
NED
SPA
SWE
ITA
No manual
English
French
German
Dutch
Spanish
Swedish
Italian
INDICATOR AND ALARM UNITS
Factory Mutual Approved Alarm Units
2132FM, 2116FM, 2208FM and 2204FM
Ideal for:
•
Single and multi-zone ovens,
furnaces and kilns
Features:
The Series 2000™FM family consists of four instruments; 2132FM, 2116FM, 2208FM and 2204FM. A
digital input for alarm acknowledgement/reset
is included as standard.
Standard 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32 DIN panel cutout
Independent alarm outputs
Customized operator interface
Universal input
Digital input for alarm reset
A universal input circuit employing patented Instant
Accuracy™ technology with an advanced analog to
digital convertor samples the input and continuously
corrects it for drift. This gives high stability and
rapid response to process changes. High noise
immunity is achieved by rejection of 50/60Hz pick-up
and other sources of noise. The input covers all thermocouple types, Pt100 RTD linear millivolts or milliamps or DC volts. Input filtering from 1.0 to 999.9
seconds is included.
EIA-485 communications (2208FM and 2204FM)
Plug-in from the front
Simple front panel acknowledgment and
reset of alarms
FM approved operation
Compliant with European EMC and low
voltage safety directives
Access to other parameters is simple and easy
to understand and can be customized to present
only those parameters that need to be viewed or
adjusted. All other parameters are locked away
under password protection.
Customized operation
Front panel LEDs provide a bright, clear display
of the process value. Tactile push buttons insure
positive operation.
Ordering Codes:
Model
Number
Function
2116
2132
AL
FM
Model
Number
Function
2208
2204
NS
FM approved
Manual
Function
FM
Alarm 3
Alarm 4
XX
R1
Supply Voltage
FM approved
VH
85-264Vac
Alarm 2
Comms*
Manual
Alarm 1
Manual
XXX No manual
ENG English
FM
Approved
@AU91
Alarm 3
Function
NS
Supply
Voltage
Not Used
Relay: 2-pin
Alarm 4
XX
R1
Not Used
Relay: 2-pin
Alarm 1
XX
RF
2 -8
Not Used
Relay: Form C
Alarm 2
XX
RF
Not Used
Relay: Form C
Comms
XX
YM
Not Used
485 Modbus
Manual
XXX No manual
3 MULTILOOP
7/13/00
8:42 AM
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INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS
3
SECTION
PRODUCTS FOR INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS
Phone us, check our website or use the Instant Access Order Form at the end of the catalog
to request more information on any of these products.
INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS
MACO® DS/EM3 Plastic Machine
Control System
Ideal for:
•
Complete control of injection,
extrusion, blow molding
applications
•
•
•
•
Multiple network, multi-processor
distributive based design for
precise control of time critical
operations
Standalone control of
temperature, injection,
parison and pressure
Industrial PC operator station
applications
Any application requiring
terminal I/O blocks
The new MACO® DS/EM3 is the first control
system specifically designed to save plastic
OEMs and producers time and money. It is based
on a revolutionary building block architecture
that is designed to adapt to the ever changing
needs of the plastics industry. The result is an
open and scalable system that contains four
decades of injection, extrusion and blow molding knowledge. MACO® DS/EM3 is a complete
family of control products: PC based operator
station (Optima™ PC), application specific I/O
blocks (ASB’s) and terminal I/O blocks (TB’s). The
Optima™ PC, ASB’s and TB’s can be networked to
form an overall control scheme. Applied as a total
machine controller, or as an individual component,
MACO® DS/EM3 creates a system that meets your
needs perfectly today, and is adaptable to ensure a
perfect fit in the future.
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Specifications:
OPtima PC Based
Operator Station:
Wonderware® InTouch™ Display
Software
I/O Terminal Blocks:
Microsoft® Windows NT ®, ISA and
PCI Expansion Slots
10.4" or 15.0" Touch Screen
Terminal Block Type Packaging
Device Bus or PC Configurable
Push-buttons
Application Specific
Blocks:
Up to 24 Zones of Temperature
Control or Two Process Control
Assemblies
Over 20 I/O Configurations
Snap-on Communication Adapters
for Modbus® Plus, Profibus ®-DP,
Interbus-S, Ethernet, ControlNet ™
and DeviceNet™
DIN Rail Mount with Removable
Connectors
XL PB Pushbutton
Station:
High Speed Analog I/O
23 Pushbuttons with 23 independent
LEDs
Slide-in legends to identify buttons
and LEDs
Discrete 24Vdc Inputs and Outputs
Either direct wiring to 24Vdc Inputs
or Outputs or Snap-on
Communication Adapters for
Modbus® Plus, Profibus® DP,
Interbus-S, Ethernet, ControlNet ™
and DeviceNet ™
Sequence Control with Online
Editing and Diagnostics
DIN Rail Mount with Removable
Connectors
Benefits:
• Labor and Material Savings by Wiring Directly to I/O TBs
• Fewer Failures From Robust Hardware
• Higher Productivity From Advanced Control Algorithms
• Scalable – One Control Solution for Large and Small Machines
• Reduced Installation Costs – Fast and Easy DIN Rail Mounting
• Shared Database Between Screen Programming Tool (Wonderware® InTouch™) and
Sequence Editing Tool
• Global – Multi-Lingual
• Flexibility of Distributed or Centralized I/O
• Internationally Accepted IEC Standards
• Connectivity to Third Party Devices
• Small Profile to Reduce Panel Space
• Large Color Graphical Interface for Easy Use
• Pre-configured Screens and Sequence for Rapid Start-up
• Efficient Sequence Programming Tool for Reduced Development Costs (On-line Editing,
Diagnostics and Simulation)
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INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS
MACO® 4000, 5000, 6000 and Breeze™
Control Systems
Ideal for:
•
Total Injection, Extrusion and Blow
Molding Machine Control
The MACO® 4000, 5000 and 6000 Series of Injection,
Extrusion and Blow Molding Control Systems is a
scalable family, designed to meet even the most
demanding applications. Its’ open design allows you
to integrate the control of virtually any process
variable. Control is integrated into a single, 9, 12 or
16 slot chassis with expansion into multiple chassis.
Operator stations ship complete with information
display screens for the specified application. With
the OptiGrafix™ Screen Editor software package you
can change or add screens to suite your specific
applications.
The MACO® 4000 Series offers the advantage of a
totally integrated package that includes closed loop
injection process control, clamp control, linear
positioning control, machine auxiliary functions,
pressure/flow control, Auto-Tune™ heat/cool
temperature control, sequential machine control
and built in timing and counting.
The MACO® 5000 Series will increase your singlescrew, twin-screw, co-extrusion or blown film productivity. With automatic tuning, simply enter temperature setpoints, ramp setpoints and cycle times.
Accurate stable control is achieved quickly without
overshoot. Drive functions can be used for monitoring and alarming, open loop or manual control,
cascade control or in conjunction with pressure
to achieve closed loop PID control.
The MACO® 6000 Series provides total machine control of accumulator-based, reciprocating screw or
continuous extrusion blow molding processes. The
process of changing wall thickness is easy. Enter as
few as two parison setpoints and all other setpoints
are calculated for you. Actual tooling performance
is graphically displayed against your programmed
profile.
The MACO® Breeze™ is designed for easy stand-alone
blow molding parison control. The controller can be
added as a retrofit to a wide variety of blow molding
machines to provide consistent wall thickness of
blow molded product for improved product quality,
less material consumption and reduced scrap. The
all-in-one unit does not require screen and sequence
programming.
Functions:
• Multiple Bus, Multi-Processor Rack based Design
( for Precise Control of Time Critical Operations)
• High Speed operator screen updates (375K baud)
• Multi-level security codes and setpoint change logging
(to reduce production problems)
• Fully Programmable Sequence Logic and Displays
• Auto-Tune™ Heat/Cool Temperature Control
• Twenty-four machine function buttons with backlight
LEDs on the Operator Stations
(to replace expensive pilot lights and controls switches)
• IMPACT™ Advanced Auto-Tune™ Injection Process Control
• 100 Segment Parison Profile Control with 100µ Loop
Speeds
• Recipe storage to Insta-Set ™ cartridges or floppy disks
• Built in statistical process control (SPC)
• Bumpless Extrusion Melt Pressure Control
• Automatic Heat start-up
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FoxTraker® Production Monitoring
and Reporting Software
Ideal for:
•
Plastic and Heat Treating Applications
FoxTraker® is a complete, ready-to-run system for
production monitoring of plastic and heat treating
applications. Each FoxTraker® system includes all
the necessary software to setup a complete production
monitoring and reporting system for four machines
or furnaces (continuous, batch or endo-generators).
Just provide a PC with the appropriate Microsoft®
Windows® operating system and configure the
FoxTraker® for your Eurotherm Controls/ BarberColman instrument and take advantage of the latest
automation technology to give your company a competitive edge. The use of standard Wonderware®
InTouch™ software on an open architecture permits
easy expansion when you’re ready to grow the system.
Unlike other solutions available, the FoxTraker® combines flexibility, scaleability and is preconfigured.
There is no need to purchase, wire and configure
duplicate sensors for most of Eurotherm Controls/
Barber-Colman controllers. FoxTraker® connects
directly to the communication port. This simplifies
the installation process and guarantees that you never
have mismatched data between your controller and
your production monitoring system.
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INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS
Functions:
Plastic
Production
Overview Display
Heat Treating
Production
Overview Display
General Functions:
—Machine and
operator IDs
• Production Overview Display
—Furnace,
operator and
load ID
—Machine
status
• Long Term Data Storage
• Historical Data Logging
—Part number
• Historical Trend Graphing
—Part and mold
numbers
• Job Summary Report
—Run Quantity
—Setpoint
program ID
• Shift Summary Report
—Good and reject
part counts
—Up and downtime
• Statistical Process Control (SPC)
—Load quantity
—Parts to go
• Trend graph displays of select parameters
—Actual and standard cycle time
Optional Functions:
—Production and
scrap rates
• Additional machine or furnaces
• MIS/MRP system displays, reports
or connections
• Recipe creation/download
• Production Scheduler
Re q u i r e m e n t s :
Required Items:
(not included in basic package)
personal computer with
Microsoft® Winows® 98 or
Microsoft® WindowsNT®
Base package includes
single CPU Wonderware ® InTouch™
runtime license,
FoxTraker® Screens
wiring
DDE Server
comunication adapter for
Eurotherm/Barber-Colman
controllers*
configuration of the FoxTracker ®
database to each controller on
the network
*Consult the factory for non-Eurotherm/Barber-Colman controllers
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PC3000 Production Controller
Ideal for:
•
•
•
•
Multizone furnaces
Kilns
Heat treatment
Carbon potential
The PC3000 is a multi-loop control system that is configured using an OS/2® IEC1131-3 compliant PC based
tool with a function block library including
Supervisor
WISCON
Local HMI
240/320 series
– Autotune PID
– Ramp Dwell Programmer
– Communication Drivers
PC3000
Standard multiloop applications are available.
EUROTHERM
The PC3000 includes sequencing using Sequential
Function Charts (SFC) for start up strategies, shut
down and other machine or process changes. The
PC3000 supports downloadable function blocks and
can communicate with external devices like drives
and gauges.
2216
OP1
OP2
SP2
REM
MAN
RUN
HOLD
S2000
Drives
Drives
Specifications:
I/O modules:
CPU:
An. Input x 4: mV, T/C, mA, PT100
(indiv. channel isolation and CJC)
An. Output x 4: mV, V
Dig Input x 14: 24Vdc, 240Vac, vfc.
Dig Output x 12: Relay 1A, Logic
Operating temperature: 0-50°C
8020 LCM-plus with 3 ports
(RS422/RS485/RS232)
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Relative humidity:
5 to 95% non-condensing
Supply:
85-264V ac
Mounting:
3U 19’ rack (12 modules)
panel or bulkhead
INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS
Eurotherm Suite Process Automation
Ideal for:
A dependable systems partner
Eurotherm Process Automation is the systems
integration arm of Eurotherm. The company
specializes in the supply of enterprise automation
solutions to a wide range of industries.
Numerous successful installations of both small
control sub-systems and large-scale integrated
automation systems in operation across a range
of industries have won the company global recognition as a systems provider. Whatever the
demand you’re facing you need a reliable, experienced automation supplier who understands your
needs and knows how to address them.
Metals
Refining
Automotive
Chemical
Oil and Gas
Ceramics
Minerals
Textiles
Energy
Wire and Cable
Boilers
Environmental
Chambers
Waste/Water
Food/ Drink
Eurotherm has provided system solutions to a
wide range of international industries for over
25 years. We have extensive installations and our
expertise spans continuous and batch processes;
we can supply small sub-systems to large scale
integrated automation systems, from packaged
plant to tightly coupled MIS/MES applications.
Project Studio 2000
Eurotherm Project Studio 2000 is a Microsoft®
Windows® operating system based comfiguration
tool with iTools, LinTools, and Online books supporting our complete hardware range:
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Pharmaceutical
Utilities
Rubber/Plastics
Global Automation Solution Provider
T640 Loop controller
T103 Unit Controller
T800 Visual Supervisor
T940 Process Supervisor
2500 Remote I/O Unit
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Furnaces
Glass
Engine Testing
Semiconductors
T640 Loop Controller
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up to four loops of control and batching
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high speed 2.5 mb/sec ALIN control network provides peer-to-peer and
workstation communications
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I/O options—high level process I/O, thermocouple I/O
micro DCS—DCS in instrument format
system integration—high speed peer-to-peer communications for integration
within the Network 6000 and RS422 option supporting the EPA Bi-Synch protocol
plant mounting—IP65 panel mounting seal with supporting fixtures for rack and bin mounting
features—multi-language support, secure access to engineering settings
T103 Unit Controller and T303 Unit Supervisor
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up to 20 loops of control and batching
distributed Control Units with up to 128 I/O points per node
full function continuous and sequence control
redundant CPU option for continuous control with
procedureless bumpless takeover
live replacement of CPU and I/O modules
direct T640 controller integration
Modbus® communications in simplex units
high speed 2.5 mb/sec ALIN control network provides peer-to-peer and workstation communications
T800 Visual Supervisor
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up to 20 loops of control and trending
combined controller and operator panel in one package
powerful multi setpoint programmer with touch-screen display
open communications: Profibus ®-DPV1, Modbus ® RTU
distributed I/O reduces wiring costs
alarm and historical data logging
comprehensive alarm and event management
extensive pre-formatted displays and up to 99 HMI configurable pages
high speed 2.5 mb/sec ALIN control network provides peer-to-peer and workstation communications
uses the 2500 remote I/O on third party I/O
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INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS
T940 Process Supervisor
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up to 100 control loops and batching
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large application capacity
distributed process controller
redundant processor option with automatic
and seamless switchover
live replacement of processor and automatic initialization
ALIN control network provides peer-to-peer and supervisory communications
open I/O network supports Profibus®-DPV1 and Modbus ® RTU
redundant Profibus®-DPV1 with redundant processor option
multiple network support for interface to supervisory systems
extensive health monitoring and diagnostics including watchdog relay
uses the 2500 I/O or third party I/O
2500 Remote Process Interface
I/O for T940 and T800
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distibuted scalable remote I/O system
individual module and channel status indication
live plug in modules
direct wiring on a DIN rail mounting
up to eight loops of PID control with self tuning
extensive high accuarcy range of analog and digital modules
alarms, math functions and combinational logic
standard communication protocols: Profibus®-DPV1 and Modbus ® RTU
SCADA System Solutions for
Process Automation Equipment
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Third party OPC server based on an OPC license
Intellution® Fix 7.0 (T3500)
Eurotherm Suite unit, plant and enterprise solutions featuring
Wonderware® Factory Suite 2000
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POWER CONTROL PRODUCTS
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SECTION
POWER CONTROL PRODUCTS
* For a more complete listing of products and related information, please ask for our
Power Controls and Actuators Catalog.
Phone us, check our website or use the Instant Access Order Form at the end of the catalog
to request more information on any of these products.
Power control products
SINGLE PHASE
THREE PHASE
Two leg switching
3 wire loads
SSDA
RSDA
SSAA
RSAA
TE10S
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Three leg switching
3 or 4 wire loads
RS3DA
TE10A
TE200S TE200A
RS3AA
TE300
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HEATER TYPE
Constant resistance
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Variable resistance
Inductive
Transformer coupled
Short wave infrared(1)
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RATING
Maximum current(2)
75A
100A
50A(1)
50A(1)
Controlled phases
1
1
1
1
INPUT
L
L
L
A
FIRINGMODE
B
B
B
P
OPTIONS
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Partial Load Failure (PLF)
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Current limit
PAGE REFERENCE
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L
B
(1)
(2)
4-4
4-5
4-5
Logic input
Burst firing
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63A
63A
30A
63A(1)
2
2
3
3
L
A
L
A
B
B
B
B
4-6
4-6
4-7
4-8
A
P
Analog input and logic input
Phase angle firing and burst firing
Max, current ratings are derated for burst firing SWIR application, no I2t fusing (consult factory)
Due to voltage and load variations, we recommend that a 20% safety factor be added to the current
rating of the unit
For a complete selection of our power control products, please refer to the Power Controls and Actuators
Catalog or ask for our SCR Power Controller Selection Guide HA136393
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SSDA/SSAA
Panel Mounted Single Phase Solid State Relay
Features:
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10–75 amps, 330Vac max.
50–75 amps, 500Vac max.
1ø zero-fired
LED input indicator
Solid State Relay Derating Curves
Clear safety cover included
Separate heat sinks available
Specifications:
Dimensions (mm):
57.1H x 44.5W x 34.8D
When mounted on a
vertical panel.
Load type :
Resistive, solenoid, etc.
10 and 25 amp
at 330V
Inputs :
SSDA - DC Input
DC Logic:
Input impedance :
ON=>4Vdc, 28Vdc max.
OFF=<1Vdc
1.5kΩ
SSAA - AC Input
AC Logic:
40 and 75 amp
at 330V
ON=>100V, 280Vac max.
OFF=<20Vac
Input impedance :
330V-40kΩ
500V-20kΩ
Current ratings* :
10A, 25A, 40A and 75A
@ 330V max. and 50A
and 75A @ 500V max.
50 and 75 amp
at 500V
Operating temperature : 0°C to 40°C (up to 80°C
with derating)
Ambient temperature, measure 1” (25mm)
below relay when mounted to vertical surface
Ordering Codes:
Model
Current
Voltage
Input
SSAA
SSDA
Current
10A
25A
40A
50A
75A
10 amps
25 amps
40 amps
50 amps
75 amps
Cover
Optional Heatsinks
Cover
Voltage
330V
500V
330 volts
(10A, 25A, 40A,
75A only)
500 volts
(50A, 75A only)
SUBSSR/HSINK/A/2.1
SUBSSR/HSINK/B/1.5
SUBSSR/HSINK/B/1.0
Input
HAC
LDC
101.6 H
76.2 H
139.7 H
120.7 W 66.8 D
120.7 W 66.8 D
120.7 W 66.8 D
* These units must be correctly installed on an appropriate heatsink in
order to dissipate the heat generated.
100-280 Vac (SSAA only)
4-28 Vdc (SSDA only)
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POWER CONTROL PRODUCTS
RSDA/RSAA —Din Rail Mounted
Single Phase Solid State Contactor
Features:
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25–100 amps, 500Vac max.
1ø zero-fired
Integral heatsink design
LED input and fault indicators
Internal I 2t fusing (≥50 amps)
Solid State Relay Derating Curves
Specifications:
Dimensions (mm) :
25A–
40A–
50A–
75A–
100A–
87H x 30W x 100D
87H x 60W x 100D
126H x 61W x 128D
126H x 90W x 128D
126H x 120W x 128D
Mounting :
Panel or symmetrical DINrail
Inputs: RSDA - DC Input
Low voltage DC Logic (LDC) : ON=>4V, max. = 28Vdc
OFF=<1V
High voltage DC Logic (HDC): ON=>20V, max. = 30Vdc
OFF=<1V
Input current :
LDC 15mA, HDC 13mA
RSAA - AC Input
AC Logic:
Input impedance :
ON=>100V, max.=280Vdc
OFF=<20V
40kΩ
Load type :
Resistive
Firing mode - Logic :
Zero crossing switching
Operating temperature :
0°C to 40°C (up to 80°C
with derating)
Ordering Codes:
Model
RSDA
Current
Voltage
25 amps
40 amps
50 amps
75 amps
100 amps
Model
500V
Current
25A
40A
50A
75A
100A
Input
RSAA
Input
LDC
HDC
Current
Voltage
Input
500V
HAC
Current
Low voltage DC Logic
High voltage DC Logic
25A
40A
50A
75A
100A
25 amps
40 amps
50 amps
75 amps
100 amps
See page 4-10 for optional fuse kits and spare fuses.
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TE10S/TE10A —DIN Rail Mounted Single Phase
Solid State Contactor/SCR Power Controller
Features:
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16–50 amps, 500Vac max.
1ø zero-fired or phase fired
LED status indicator
Optional load monitoring and alarms
Specifications:
Dimensions (mm):
Inputs:
TE10S (as TE10A or as TE10S with PLF)
TE10S
DC Logic (LGC):
16A– 115H x 35W (53W) x 93D, 320g/550g
25A– 115H x 53W (70W) x 93D, 500g/700g
AC Logic (LAC):
50A– 115H x 105W(123W) x 93D, 880g/1200g
Load type:
TE10S resistive or short wave infrared
TE10A resistive, variable resistance,
short wave infrared or inductive
Firing mode:
TE10S zero voltage switching
(synchronized to line).
AC Logic (HAC):
PDS(1):
TE10A
TE10A fast cycle, single cycle,
advanced single cycle and phase angle
Operating temp:
ON=>5V, 32V max. and >5mA, 10mA max.,
OFF=<2V or <0.5 mA
ON=>30V, 55V max., input impedance 2kΩ
OFF=<5V
ON=>85V, 265V max., input impedance 9.6kΩ,
OFF= <10V
Bi-directional diagnostic control input
DC current:
DC voltage:
4-20mA, input impedance 250kΩ
0-5V or 0-10V, input impedance 100kΩ
Potentiometer:
10kΩ (customer supplied)
0°C to 45°C (60°C with derating)
Ordering Codes:
Model
Current
Voltage
Language
Input
Option
TE10S
Current
16A
25A
50A
16 amps
25 amps
50 amps
99
Voltage
240V
500V
Model
Input
40-264 volts
80-528 volts
LGC
LAC
HAC
PDS1
PDS2
Current
Voltage
Language
Universal DC
48Vac input
100-240Vac
PDS(1) heater break detect
PDS(1) current monitoring
Input
Firing
Mode
ENG
FRA
GER
Option
English
French
German
16A
25A
50A
16 amps
25 amps
50 amps
Partial Load Failure
00 None
PLF Relay open in alarm
IPF Relay closed in alarm
(1) PDS (not available with PLF/IPF) uses the
same two wires to control the switching of the
TE10S and to feedback load status. PDS Heater
Break Detect will transmit the power demand
signal to a TE10S typically from a 2200 Series
controller and read back a heater break alarm.
Similarly, PDS Current Monitoring will transmit
the power demand signal to a TE10S and read
back load current, open and short circuit
alarms.
00
Voltage
100V
115V
200V
230V
240V
277V
Options
Language
TE10A
Current
00
100 volts
115 volts
200 volts
230 volts
240 volts
277 volts
380V
400V
415V
440V
480V
500V
Input
380 volts
400 volts
415 volts
440 volts
480 volts
500 volts
0V5
0-5V
0V10 0-10V
4ma20 4-20mA
Firing Mode
PA
FC
FC1
SCA
Phase angle
Fast cycle
Single cycle
Advanced
single cycle
Options
115V Auxiliary 115V*
230V Auxiliary 230V*
CLV Current limit
Language
ENG
FRA
GER
English
French
German
* Auxiliary supply option
only required for voltages not shown in
voltage selection box.
See page 4-10 for optional fuse kits and spare fuses.
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POWER CONTROL PRODUCTS
TE200S/TE200A —DIN Rail Mounted Three Phase,
Two Leg Solid State Contactor/SCR Power Controller
Features:
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16–63 amps, 500Vac max
3ø, 3-wire loads (two leg switching)
Finger safe
LED status indicator
Specifications:
Dimensions (mm):
50A– 189H x 116W x 131D, 2.3kg
63A– 195H x 116W x 131D, 2.9kg
Load type:
Resistive
Inputs:
TE200S
DC Logic :
Inputs:
ON=>5V, 32V max. and >5mA, 10mA
self limiting
OFF=<2V or <0.5mA
AC Logic (LAC):
ON=>20V, 53V max. input impedance
2.2kΩ
OFF=<5V
AC Logic (HAC):
ON=>85V, 253V max., input impedance
9.6kΩ
OFF=<10V
TE200A
DC Current:
4–20mA, input impedance 250kΩ
DC Voltage:
0-5Vdc or 0-10Vdc, input
impedance 100KΩ
Potentiometer:
10KΩ (customer supplied)
Firing mode:
TE200S logic.
TE200A burst firing or single
cycle
Operating temperature: 0 to 45°C
Mounting:
Symmetrical DINrail or bulkhead
Ordering Codes:
Model
Current
Input
Logic
Fan
Supply
Voltage
Mounting
See page 4-10 for optional
kits and spare fuses.
Fuse
Language
TE200s
Current
16A
25A
50A
63A
16 amps
25 amps
50 amps
63 amps*
Voltage
240V
480V
500V
Model
00
99
000
115V
230V
200-240 volts
380-480 volts
500 volts
Current
None (below 63)
115 volts
230 volts
Fan
Supply
Voltage
Mounting
Input Logic
Fan Supply
LGC
LAC
HAC
BKD
DIN
Universal DC
48Vac input
100-240Vac
Input
Firing
Mode
Mounting
Language
Bulkhead
DIN rail
Manual
ENG
FRA
GER
Option
English
French
German
16A
25A
50A
63A
16 amps
25 amps
50 amps
63 amps*
99
Voltage
200V
230V
240V
277V
380V
FUSE
2 leg fuse kit
NO FUSE Fuse not incl.
Fuse
TE200A
Current
Fuse Option
200 volts
230 volts
240 volts
277 volts
380 volts
400V
415V
440V
480V
500V
Fan Supply
400
415
440
480
500
volts
volts
volts
volts
volts
000
115V
230V
None (below 63)
115 volts
230 volts
Firing Mode
FC
FC1
Fast cycle
Single cycle
BKD
DIN
Bulkhead
DIN rail
Mounting
Input
0V5
0-5V
0V10 0-10V
4ma20 4-20mA
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Manual
ENG
FRA
GER
English
French
German
00
Fuse Option
FUSE
2 leg fuse kit
NO FUSE Fuse not incl.
Options
115V Auxiliary 115V*
230V Auxiliary 230V*
* Auxiliary supply option
only required for voltages
not shown in voltage
selection box.
RS3DA/RS3AA —DIN Rail Mounted
Three Phase Solid State Contactor
Features:
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30 amps, 500Vac max.
Economical three phase control
Zero Switching
Suitable for resistive loads
Finger Safe
Solid State Relay Derating Curves
Specifications:
Dimensions (mm):
87H x 90W x 100D
Load type:
Resistive
Inputs for RS3DA:
DC Logic (LDC):
ON=>4V, 28V max. and
>10mA, 18mA max.
OFF=<1V)
DC Logic (HDC):
Operating
ON=>20V, 30V max. and
>11mA, 21mA max.
OFF=<15V
Input for RS3AA:
AC Logic (HAC):
ON=>90V, 280V max., input
impedance 0.9kΩ
OFF= <20V
Firing mode:
Logic, ON/OFF
Ordering Codes:
Model
Current
Voltage
RS3DA
30A
500V
Input
LDC
HDC
4-28Vdc
20-30Vdc
Input
Language
Current
Voltage
Input
30A
500V
HAC
Language
Language
Language
ENG
FRA
GER
Model
RS3AA
ENG
FRA
GER
English
French
German
English
French
German
See page 4-10 for optional fuse kits and spare fuses.
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POWER CONTROL PRODUCTS
TE300 DIN Rail Mounted Three Phase
Solid State Contactor/SCR Power Controller
Features:
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16–63 amps, 500Vac max.
3ø, 4-wire loads (three leg switching)
Advanced firing modes
Finger safe
LED status indicator
Specifications:
Dimensions (mm):
16-50A– 215H x 155W x 186D, 3.1kg
63A 235H x 155W x 186D, 3.5kg
Load type:
Resistive or short wave infrared
Firing mode:
Logic, Single Cycle, Fast
Cycle, Slow Cycle and
Advanced Single Cycle (4
or 6 wire load configuration)
Inputs :
Logic (LGC):
5V or 10V, 20mA;
ON≥ 50%
OFF≤ 25% of the nominal level
DC Current (4mA20):
Operating temperature: 0 to 45°C without derating
Mounting:
Symmetrical DINrail
or bulkhead
4 to 20mA, input impedance 250Ω
DC Voltage (0V5 or 0V10): 0 to 5V or 0 to 10V,
input impedance 100kΩ
Potentiometer:
10kΩ (customer supplied)
Ordering Codes:
Model
Current
Voltage
Fan
Supply
Input
Firing
Mode
Load
Config.
Mounting
Manual
Option
Fuse
TE300
Current
16A
25A
50A
63A
16 amps
25 amps
50 amps
63 amps*
00
Voltage
230V
240V
277V
380V
400V
415V
440V
480V
500V
230 volts
240 volts
277 volts
380 volts
400 volts
415 volts
440 volts
480 volts
500 volts
Fan Supply
000
115V
230V
None (below 63)
115 volts
230 volts
Input
0V5
0V10
4mA20
0-5V
0-10V
4-20mA
Load Config.
Firing Mode
LGC
FC1
FC8
C16
128
SCA
Logic
Single cycle
Burst 8 cycles
Burst 16 cycles
Burst 128 cycles
Advanced single cycle
(4 or 6 wire)
3D
6D
3S
4S
Delta (3 wire)
Open delta (6 wire)
Star (3 wire)
Star (4 wire)
Mounting
BKD
DIN
Bulkhead
DIN rail
Manual
ENG
FRA
GER
English
French
German
Options
115V Auxiliary 115V*
230V Auxiliary 230V*
Fuse Option
FUSE
2 leg fuse kit
NO FUSE Fuse not incl.
* Auxiliary supply option
only required for voltages not shown in
voltage selection box.
See page 4-9 for optional kits and spare fuses.
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REMIO Digital Communications Interface for
Solid State Contactors
Ideal for:
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Controls up to 48 zones
LED diagnostics
DeviceNet™, Modbus® and
Profibus®-DP ready
DIN rail mounted
Connection to PC’s and PLC™’s
Specifications:
Dimensions:
Base module:
115 x 87.5 x 92.5
Base module w/extension:
115 x 105 x 92.5
Base module w/two extensions: 115 x 122.5 x 92.5
Supply Voltage:
24Vac or 24Vdc (24VA max.)
Base Module Type:
Time Proportioned Output (TPO) Module
or Digital input/output (Digital) Module
Expansion Modules:
two max.
TPO Module:
16 outputs, 20Vdc modulated with time
proportioning output variable from
0-100%, internal 6.5mA current limit
Logic Module:
Firing Modes:
Intelligent Half-Cycle
Communication:
DeviceNet™ configurable
for 125, 250 or 500 kbaud
Ambient:
16 outputs, 20Vdc with internal
6.5mA current limit or 8 outputs
and eight Inputs per module
Base
Module
Extension 1
Extension 2
Comms
Protocol
Baud Rate
Manual
REMIO
00
Base Module
TP
D
Time proportion output
Logic
TP
D
Time proportion output
Logic
Extension 1
Extension 2
TP
D
Time proportion output
Logic
Comms Protocol
MOP Modbus®
PFD Profibus® -DP
DNP DeviceNet™
Comms Protocol
Modbus®
96
96 kbaud
192 19.2 kbaud
Profibus®-DP
AUTOAutomatic
DeviceNet™
125 125 kbaud
250 250 kbaud
500 500 kbaud
Manual
ENGEnglish
FRA French
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Modbus® configurable
for 9.6 or 19.2 kbaud
Profibus®-DP 1.5 mbaud
Ordering Codes:
Model
Fast Cycle (8 cycles on/
8 cycles off @ 50% output)
0-45°C
POWER CONTROL PRODUCTS
Fuse Kits and Spare Fuses
Ideal for:
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Semiconductor protection
We recommend fuse protection through the use of properly selected I2t fusing (semiconductor fuses).
Devices such as circuit breakers and general purpose fuses, while sufficient and necessary for load
and installation protection, do not provide adequate protection for the semiconductor device.
The tables below represent the available factory approved fuse products for semiconductor protection.
External Fuse and Fuseholders:
Current
TE10S/TE10A
Part number
TE200/TE300
Dimension
Part number
Dimension
16A
FU1038/16A//
81H x 18W x 68D
FU3038/16A//
81H x 53W x 68D
25A
FU1038/25A//
81H x 18W x 68D
FU3038/25A//
81H x 53W x 68D
50A
FU2258/50A//
140H x 35W x 90D
FU3258/50A//
150H x 108W x 90D
FU3760/63A//
150H x 114W x 90D
63A
Spare Fuses:
Current
RS Series
TE Series
16A
CH260024
25A
CH260034
40A
CH330054
50A
FUSE/SEMIBR/50A*
CS173087U063
63A
CS173246U080
75A
FUSE/SEMIBR/75A*
100A
FUSE/SEMIBR/100A*
* Internal fuse
If in doubt, please contact your sales representative
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Ancillary Equipment
Ideal For:
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Equipment to enhance the use of solidstate contactors and SCR power controllers
CE Filters
In order to comply with the EMC test standards required
by CE, it may be necessary, in certain applications, to add
series or parallel filters to an installation using SCR units.
Many SCR units contain internal filters to meet CE
requirements. However, if external filters are considered
to be a requirement, particularly when SCR’s are used in
the phase angle firing mode, a range of filters is available.
PD/CTX Intelligent Current Transmitter
PD/CTX is an intelligent current transmitter designed for
use with Series 2000™ controllers and load contactors. These
two wire devices can transmit load status and RMS load
On-state current and also provide diagnostic information
on the Solid State Relay switching device. The status and
current information can be presented on a Series 2200 or
2400 controller which can be set up to alarm on high and
low load currents as well as on status alarms.
Available with two modes of operation, the PD/CTX can
be used to fire a TE10S SSC via the PDSIO® link (Mode 2),
a conventional third party SSR or a mechanical contactor
(Mode 5).
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POWER CONTROL PRODUCTS
Other Available Products
400, TE10P, TC and TU Series
We have a complete range of SCR Power controllers to suit all your needs:
For more information on these products, please see our Power Controls and Actuators Catalog.
•
standard ratings up to 1800 amps
•
customer specified ratings up to 4000 amps
•
designs up to 690 Vac
•
single or three phase
•
zero-crossing and phase angle firing modes
•
digital communications via DeviceNet™,
Modbus®, Profibus®-DP, EI-Bisync, and JBus
protocols
Phone us, check our website or use the Instant Access Order Form at the end of the catalog to request more
information on any of these products.
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ACTUATORS
5
SECTION
ACTUATOR PRODUCTS AND ACCESSORIES
* For a more complete listing of products and related information, please ask for our
Power Controls and Actuators Catalog
Phone us, check our website or use the Instant Access Order Form at the end of the catalog
to request more information on any of these products.
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ACTUATORS
EA40 Low Torque Spring Return Actuator
Features:
•
•
•
•
•
Proportional actuators with built-in
feedback potentiometer
24Vac, 120Vac and 240Vac models
available
Mounting Dimensions
Oil immersed motor and gear train
Side View
SPDT auxiliary switch standard
50 in-lbs torque
The spring return actuator will proportionally position a fuel valve, butterfly valve, damper and similar
devices which require return to a normal position
on power interruption. The output shaft is power
operated in both directions. An internal electrical
holding circuit maintains the proper damper position at setpoint. The enclosed spring drives the
output shaft and gear train to return the damper to
a normal position on power interruption. Standard
features includes 100 Ω internal feedback slidewire
and single internal SPDT switch.
Bottom View
1.
Specifications:
2.
Low and medium torque and spring return output shafts have
a standard 12 tooth spline. Reference ANSIB5.15
Mounting should be upright for the longest life. Models with
adjustable speed must not be mounted upside down or with
the output shaft upward.
ACTUATOR
Control Action:
Floating. Requires SPDT switch with
floating (center off) position rated at
0.9 amps., proportional with slidewire
feedback, electronic
Humidity:
5 to 95% rh, non-condensing.
Case:
Die cast aluminum with
two 1/2" conduit knockouts
each side.
Mounting:
Damper – upright.
Valve – upright with
actuator above centerline
of valve body.
Connections:
Coded screw terminals.
Shaft Rotation:
Reversible proportional can stop at
any point in the stroke.
Spring Return:
To normal position on power interruption.
Dimensions:
Adjustable SPDT snap acting. Factory
set to close one contact and open the
other at end of clockwise rotation.
7" H x 5-3/8" W x 8-1/8"
D (178 mm x 137 mm x
206 mm)
Weight:
8 lbs.
Limits: -40 to 136°F (-40 to 58°C).
Power Consumption:
40W
Auxiliary Switch:
Ambient Temperature
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Specifications:
ANALOG INPUT MODULE
Analog Input Module
Control action:
The microprocessor based integral control circuit
accepts current, voltage and resistance input signals.
Calibration is field adjustable. Control overrides
allow forcing the actuator to either end of travel
on demand. Stroke lengths of 90° or 180° are switch
selectable. Other stroke lengths can be set by adjusting the zero and span potentiometers. Direction of
travel is also field selectable. Default calibration is
4-20mA. Other ranges are switch selectable. A plugin option board provides a 4-20mA position signal
and two form C relays that can be set to activate at
any position.
Current input: Factory set at
4-20mA. Span adjustable from
10- 23mA. Zero point adjustable
from 0-6mA
Voltage input: Three ranges
0-1Vdc, 1-5Vdc and 3-15Vdc.
Adjustable to other values
between these ranges
Resistance input. Any
potentiometer between 100
and1000 ohm full scale
Direction of Travel:
Factory set to CCW with increasing signal. Can be changed in
configuration mode.
Stroke length:
Factory set for 180º rotation at
full scale. Can be changed to 90º
by setting a switch. Other stroke
lengths can be achieved by use
of the zero and span trim pots
Control overrides:
Dry contact closure can force the
actuator to either end of travel.
Deadband:
Adjustable from 1% to 6% of span
in 0.4% increments.
Ambient Temp:
-40º to 58ºC
Humidity:
5 to 95% rh, non-condensing
Power Requirements:
See individual model number
breakout. Rated to operate
within 10% of nominal voltage
Option Board:
Provides a 4-20mA position signal
and two form C relays rated at 3
amps resistive load. They can be
set to activate at any point within
the operating range.
(check factory for
availability)
Ordering Codes:
Model
Series
Base
Model
Input
Signal
Options
Motor Volt
Frequency
EA
42
44
90˚travel limit,
45 sec., 50 in-lbs
torque, clockwise
return
180˚travel limit,
90 sec., 50 in-lbs
torque, clockwise
return
180˚ travel limit,
90 sec., 50 in-lbs
torque, counterclockwise return
Reserved
00
Base Model
41
Feedback
Slidewire
Reserved
Input Signal
00
A0
A1
Contact closure with
slidewire feedback
Analog input module
factory set to 4-20mA
input (available with
EA42 and EA44 only)
Analog input module
factory set to 4-20mA
input plus option
board with two aux.
relays and 4-20mA
position signal
(available w/EA42
and EA44 only)
Options
00
37
None*
NEMA 4 weather
resistant cover.
Special
E
Motor Volt/Frequency
0
3
120Vac 60Hz
240Vac 60Hz (not
available w/EA41)
240Vac 50Hz (not
available w/EA41)
24Vac 60Hz (not
available w/EA41
4
5
Feedback Slidewire
0
1
2
3
5-3
100Ω
135Ω
500Ω
1000Ω**
Special
00
None
*
Available with input signal
code 00 only
** Code 3 required with input
singal code A0 or A1
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ACTUATORS
EA50 and EA60 Medium Torque Gear Train,
Non-Spring Return Acutators
Features:
•
•
•
•
•
Proportional actuators with built-in
feedback potentiometer
24Vac, 120Vac and 240Vac models
available
Oil immersed motor and gear train
SPDT auxiliary switch standard
60, 220, 450 in-lbs torque
Mounting Dimensions
Side View
The medium torque actuator is ideal for proportional positioning of a fuel valve, butterfly valve, damper
and similar applications. Units are available with
either fixed or adjustable speed. Timing of
adjustable speed units can be increased (decreasing
the speed) by turning a slotted adjustment screw on
the outside of the case. Adjust range is approximately ten times rated. 100 Ω feedback slidewire
and a single SPDT switch are standard features.
1.
Specifications:
2.
Bottom View
Low and medium torque and spring return output shafts have a
standard 12 tooth spline. Reference ANSIB5.15
Mounting should be upright for the longest life. Models with
adjustable speed must not be mounted upside down or with the
output shaft upward.
ACTUATOR
Floating. Requires SPDT switch with
floating (center off) position rated at
0.9 amps., proportional with slidewire
feedback, electronic.
Humidity:
5 to 95% rh, non-condensing.
Case:
Die cast aluminum with two
1/2" conduit knockouts each
side
Connections:
Coded screw terminals.
Mounting:
Shaft Rotation:
Reversible proportional can stop at
any point in the stroke.
Damper – upright.
Valve – upright with actuator
above centerline of valve body.
Auxiliary Switch:
Adjustable SPDT snap acting. Factory
set to close one contact and open the
other at end of clockwise rotation.
Dimensions:
7" H x 5-3/8" W x 8-1/8" D
(178 mm x 137 mm x 206 mm)
Weight:
8 lbs.
Ambient Temperature:
Limits: -40 to 136°F (-40 to 58°C)
Power Consumption:
45W
Control Action:
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Specifications:
ANALOG INPUT MODULE
Analog Input Module
Control action:
The microprocessor based integral control circuit
accepts current, voltage and resistance input
signals. Calibration is field adjustable. Control
overrides allow forcing the actuator to either
end of travel on demand. Stroke lengths of 90°
or 180° are switch selectable. Other stroke lengths
can be set by adjusting the zero and span potentiometers. Direction of travel is also field selectable.
Default calibration is 4-20mA. Other ranges are
switch selectable. A plug-in option board provides
a 4-20mA position signal and two form C relays
that can be set to activate at any position.
Current input: Factory set at 4-20mA.
Span adjustable from 10-23mA. Zero
point adjustable from 0-6mA
Voltage input: Three ranges 0-1Vdc,
1-5Vdc and 3-15Vdc. Adjustable to
other values between these ranges.
Resistance input. Any potentiometer
between 100 and 1000 ohm full scale
Direction of Travel:
Factory set to CCW with increasing
signal. Can be changed in configuration mode.
Stroke length:
Factory set for 180º rotation at full
scale. Can be changed to 90º by
setting a switch. Other stroke lengths
can be achieved by use of the zero
and span trim pots
Control overrides:
Dry contact closure can force the
actuator to either end of travel.
Deadband:
Adjustable from 1% to 6% of span
in 0.4% increments.
Ambient Temp:
-40º to 58ºC
Humidity:
5 to 95% rh, non-condensing
Power Requirements: See individual model number
breakout. Rated to operate within
10% of nominal voltage
Option Board:
(check factory for
availability)
Provides a 4-20mA position signal
and two form C relays rated at 3
amps resistive load. They can be
set to activate at any point within
the operating range.
Ordering Codes:
Model
Series
Base
Model
Input
Signal
Options
Motor Volt
Frequency
Transformer
Feedback
Slidewire
Reserved
EA
E
Base Model
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
60
61
90˚travel limit,
12 sec. (adj),
60 in-lbs torque
180˚travel limit,
25 sec. (adj),
60 in-lbs torque
90˚ travel limit,
12 sec., 60 in-lbs
torque
180˚travel limit,
25 sec., 60 in-lbs
torque
90˚travel limit,
40 sec. (adj),
220 in-lbs torque
180˚travel limit,
80 sec. (adj),
220 in-lbs torque
90˚travel limit,
40 sec.,
220 in-lbs torque
180˚travel limit,
80 sec.,
220 in-lbs torque
90˚travel limit,
65 sec., 450 in-lbs
torque
180˚travel limit,
130 sec., 450 in-lbs
torque
Special
Input Signal
00
A0
A1
Contact closure with
slidewire feedback
Analog input module
factory set to 4-20mA
input (available with
EA52, EA54, EA56 and
EA58 only)
Analog input module
factory set to 4-20mA
input plus option
board with two aux.
relays and 4-20mA
position signal (available w/EA52, EA54,
EA56 and EA58 only)
Motor Volt/Frequency
Options
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
31
32
37
None*
Two auxiliary SPDT
switches
Four auxiliary SPDT
switches
Rear shaft
100Ω rear slidewire
100Ω rear slidewire
with two switches
1000Ω rear slidewire
1000Ω rear slidewire
with two switches
One 100Ω rear
slidewire, weather
resistant
Two 100Ω rear
slidewire, weather
resistant
NEMA 4 wheater
resistant cover
0
1
3
4
5
120Vac 60Hz
120Vac 50Hz
(not available
w/EA52 or EA54)
240Vac 60Hz
24Vac 50Hz
(not available
w/EA53 or EA58)
24Vac 60Hz
(not available with
EA51, EA53, EA54)
Feedback Slidewire
0
1
2
3
100Ω
135Ω
500Ω
1000Ω**
Special
00
None
Transformer
00
01
02
None
Built-in 120-24Vac*
Built-in 240-24Vac*
*
Available with input signal
code 00 only
** Code 3 required with input
singal code A0 or A1
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ACTUATORS
EA70 High Torque Actuator
Features:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Proportional actuators with built-in
feedback potentiometer
24Vac, 120Vac and 240Vac
models available
Die cast housings with four 1/2"
conduit openings
Mounting Dimensions
Oil immersed motor and gear train
Front View
SPDT auxiliary switch standard
Bottom View
550, 1100, 1300 in-lbs torque
The high torque actuator will position a heavy
damper, globe valve, blast gate, air or gas valve.
It can be used for vortex control and hydraulic
coupling, and will drive a speed changing screw or
slide gate requiring a torque proportional actuator.
Standard features include 100 Ω feedback slidewire
and a single SPDT switch. Weather resistant models are NEMA 4.
1.
2.
Low and medium torque and spring return output shafts have a standard 12
tooth spline. Reference ANSIB5.15
Mounting should be upright for the longest life. Models with adjustable
speed must not be mounted upside down or with the output shaft upward.
Specifications:
ACTUATOR
Mounting:
Damper – upright recommended
Valve – any upright position
with actuator above centerline of valve body.
Reversible proportional can stop at
any point in the stroke.
Dimensions:
Adjustable SPDT snap acting. Factory
set to close one contact and open
the other at end of clockwise
rotation.
9-9/16" H x 9-1/2" W x
10-1/2"D
(243mm x 241mm x 267mm)
Weight:
30 lbs.
Power Consumption:
190W
Control Action:
Requires SPDT switch with neutral
(floating) or two position and proportional
Connections:
Coded screw terminals.
Shaft Rotation:
Auxiliary Switch:
Ambient Temperature
Limits: -40 to 130 ˚F (-40 to 54 ˚C).
Humidity:
5 to 95% rh, non-condensing
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Specifications:
ANALOG INPUT MODULE
Control action:
Analog Input Module
Current input: Factory set at 420mA. Span adjustable from 10 to
23mA. Zero point adjustable from
0-6mA
The microprocessor based integral control circuit
accepts current, voltage and resistance input signals. Calibration is field adjustable. Control overrides allow forcing the actuator to either end of
travel on demand. Stroke lengths of 90° or 180° are
switch selectable. Other stroke lengths can be set
by adjusting the zero and span potentiometers.
Direction of travel is also field selectable. Default
calibration is 4-20mA. Other ranges are switch
selectable. A plug-in option board provides a 4- 20mA
position signal and two form C relays that
can be set to activate at any position
Voltage input: Three ranges 0-1Vdc,
1 to 5Vdc and 3 to 15Vdc.
Adjustable to other values between
these ranges.
Resistance input. Any potentiometer between 100 and 1000
ohm full scale
Direction of Travel:
Factory set to CCW with increasing
signal. Can be changed in configuration mode.
Stroke length:
Factory set for 180º rotation at
full scale. Can be changed to 90º
by setting a switch. Other stroke
lengths can be achieved by use
of the zero and span trim pots
Control overrides:
Dry contact closure can force the
actuator to either end of travel.
Deadband:
Adjustable from 1% to 6% of span
in 0.4% increments.
Ambient Temp:
-40º to 58ºC
Humidity:
5 to 95% rh, non-condensing
Power Requirements:
See individual model number
breakout. Rated to operate within
10% of nominal voltage
Option Board:
Provides a 4-20mA position signal
and two form C relays rated at 3
amps resistive load. They can be
set to activate at any point within
the operating range.
(check factory for
availability)
Ordering Codes:
Model
Series
Base
Model
Input
Signal
Options
Motor Volt
Frequency
Transformer
Feedback
Slidewire
EA
Base Model
71
72
73
74
75
76
90˚travel limit,
20 sec., 550 in-lbs
torque
180˚travel limit,
40 sec., 550 in-lbs
torque
90˚ travel limit,
33 sec., 1100 in-lbs
torque
180˚travel limit,
65 sec., 1100 in-lbs
torque
90˚travel limit,
57 sec., 1300 in-lbs
torque
180˚travel limit,
115 sec., 1300 in-lbs
torque
Input Signal
00
A0
A1
Contact closure with
slidewire feedback
Analog input module
factory set to 4-20mA
input (available
w/EA72, EA74 and
EA76 only)
Analog input module
factory set to 4-20mA
input plus option
board with two aux.
relays and 4-20mA
position signal
(available w/EA72,
EA74 and EA76 only)
02
03
04
05
06
07
41
42
43
37
Special
E
00
Motor Volt/Frequency
Options
00
01
Reserved
None
Two auxiliary SPDT
switches
Four auxiliary SPDT
switches
Rear shaft
100Ω rear slidewire
100Ω rear slidewire
with two switches
1000Ω rear slidewire
1000Ω rear slidewire
with two switches
One 100Ω rear
slidewire, weather
resistant
Two 100Ω rear
slidewire, weather
resistant
Three 100Ω rear
slidewires, weather
resistant
NEMA 4 weather
resistant cover
5-7
0
1
3
4
120Vac 60Hz
120Vac 50Hz
(not available
w/EA76)
240Vac 60Hz
(available with
EA73, EA75 only)
240Vac 50Hz
(available with
EA71,EA73, EA75
only)
Transformer
00
01
02
None
Built-in 120-24Vac*
Built-in 240-24Vac*
Feedback Slidewire
0
1
2
3
100Ω
135Ω
500Ω
1000Ω**
00
None
Special
*
Available with input signal
code 00 only
** Code 3 required with input
singal code A0 or A1
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ACTUATORS
Option Kits for Option field in Actuator Coding
All kits mount in place of the back plate on the actuator. The following options are available for the high
torque, medium torque and low torque actuators.
NEMA 4 Weather Resistant Cover Kit:
Kit No. AM-369 (option 37) for EA70 Series;
Kit No. A-9301 (option 37) for EA 40, 50 and 60 Series.
Auxiliary Switch:
A built-in, cam operated, snap acting, SPDT switch is normally included. The point of switch
actuation is readily adjustable, but is factory set to close one contact and open the other at the
end of the clockwise stroke. The auxiliary switch housing is not weather resistant.
Rating:
Running Current
Locked Rotor
Non-Inductive
120 Vac
5.8 Amps
34.8 Amps
12 Amps
240 Vac
2.9 Amps
17.4 Amps
6 Amps
Maximum total load not to exceed 2000 VA.
Actuator Kit for
Kit for
Option 90° Unit
180° Unit
02
A-9280
05
A-9284
A-9283
07
n/a
71-589
Actuator
Option
01
04
06
Kit for
Kit for
90° Unit
180° Unit
A-9279
A-9282
A-9281
71-586
71-588
A-9280: 3-7/16"W x 4-3/16"H x 4"D
A-9279: 3-7/16"W x 4-3/16"H x 2"D
Rear Slidewire:
(Retransmitting Slidewire)
5 W variable resistor for driving other actuators in parallel.
Slidewire housing is weather resistant. Plate size for all kits is
4-1/8" W x 6-7/8" H. Box depth as shown in photo caption. When
ordering rear slidewire kit (actuator model no. option 31, 32, 33,
41, 42 or 43), write complete part number as shown.
One slidewire:
Two slidewire:
Three slidewire:
1-7/8" deep
2-7/8" deep
3-7/8" deep
Order Code
Model
Series
A-10946
Actuator
Torque
Reserved
No#
Slidewires
Slidewire
Value
Actuator Torque
10
20
E
Low and Medium
High
Number of Slidewires
1
One slidewire(actuator option 31 or 41)
2
Two slidewires(actuator option 32 or 42)
3
Three slidewires(actuator option 33 or 43)
5-8
Slidewire Value
01
02
03
07
08
100Ω, 90˚
100Ω, 180˚
135Ω, 90˚
1 kΩ, 90˚
1 kΩ, 180˚
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Accessories
Medium Torque, Low Torque and Spring
Return Actuators (EA40, EA50, and EA60)
High Torque Actuators (EA70)
Crank Arm— (for motor shaft)
AM-113 with round hole; AM-116
with spindled hole 17/64” slot;
Radius adjustable from 7/8” to 3-1/8”
Crank Arm
AM-392-000-2;
33/64” slot;
Radius adjustable
from 1” to 5”
Connecting Link (rod only)
AM-125; 20”x 5/16” diameter
Connecting Link (rod only)
AM-394-000-1;
1/2” diameter rods, adjustable
from 15-3/4” to24-3/4”
Linkage Connector
AM-122-000-0-02 – straight;
AM-132-000-0-02 – swivel;
5/16”diameter hole
90∞ Angle Bracket Damper Mount
13-1187
Analog Input Retrofit Kit for Actuators
These Kits provide the materials to convert EA40, EA50 and EA70 Series actuators to analog input models.
Each kit includes the circuit board, slidewire, wire harnesses and an instruction manual. Kits are not available for the EA60 series.
Model Number
Used With
71-1090-000
120 and 240 Volt EA40 and EA50 Series actuators
71-1090-100
24 Volt EA40 and EA50 Series actuators
71-1090-200
120 and 240 Volt EA70 Series actuators
71-1090-300
24 Volt EA70 Series actuators
Model A-60159 Option Board for Analog Input Actuators
(Contact us for availability)
The plug-in option board works with actuators that already have the integral analog input circuit installed.
It provides two auxiliary relays with form C contacts rated at 3 Amps. The relays can be set to activate at
any point of travel. Also included is a 4-20 mA output signal that indicates the position of the actuator.
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RECORDERS
6
SECTION
CHART AND GRAPHIC RECORDERS
Phone us, check our website or use the Instant Access Order Form at the end of the catalog
to request more information on any of these products.
RECORDERS
4101C and 4101M
Basic 100mm Chart Recorder
Ideal for:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Up to four continuous writing pens
Six pen multipoint
Analog display with high pen visibility
Pre-configured universal isolated
inputs
236mm total depth behind panel
Front access to pen zero/span adjust
Ready for immediate use
The 4101 is a basic 100mm chart recorder available
as a one to four continuous pen, or as a six pen
multipoint instrument.
Options
A unique door design gives exceptional high visibility to the traces and current values. The short case
(236mm) allows the 4101 to fit into standard instrument panels.
Relay outputs
two change-over relays are
available for each channel
Annotation
provides printing of scales,
time and date to the chart
Pre-configured inputs cater for fit and forget installations, however, should the need arise, the inputs
etc. can be easily reconfigured using the
Configuration Editor software.
Specifications:
Chart type:
16 metre z-fold/32 metre roll
Input to paper accuracy: 0.25%
Update rate:
4Hz (continuous), 1Hz (multipoint)
Temperature limits:
Operation 0-50°C
Input types:
Thermocouple: B, C, D, E, G2, J, K, L,
N, R, S, T, U, Ni/NiMo, Platinel,
RTD: 2/3 -wire resistance temperature, PT100, PT100A, PT1000, Ni100,
NI1000, JPT100, Vdc, mVdc, mAdc
(with shunt)
Humidity limits:
Operation 5 to 80% RH
Dimensions (mm):
144W X 144H X 275D
(terminal cover closed)
6 -2
4102C and 4102M 100mm Chart Recorder
with Digital Display
Ideal for:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
One to four pen continuous or three
or six pen multipoint
Three color digital display
Pre-configured universal isolated
inputs
Options
236mm total depth behind panel
Relay outputs
two change over relays are
available for each channel
Annotation
provides printing of scales,
time and date to the chart
Chart Illumination
fluorescent tube lighting that
enhances chart visibility
Transmitter PSU
three or six current loop
supplies
Portable
a robust portable carrying
case is available with plug
and socket input connections
Front access to pen zero/span adjust
User configurable
Ready for immediate use
The 4102 is a 100mm chart recorder with a clear three
color digital display in place of the analog scale.
It is available as a one to four continuous pen, or a three
or six pen multipoint instrument.
A vacuum fluorescent display with large characters
gives excellent visibility of process variables. The
short case (236mm) allows the 4102 to fit into standard
instrument panels.
Pre-configured inputs enable fit-and-forget installations.
Should the need arise, however, the inputs can be easily
reconfigured, either through the display keyboard or
using the Configuration Editor software.
Specifications;
Chart type:
16 meter z-fold/32 meter roll
Input to paper accuracy: 0.25%
Update rate:
4Hz (continuous), 1Hz (multipoint)
Temperature limits:
Operation 0-50˚C
Input types:
Thermocouple: B, C, D, E, G2, J, K, L,
N, R, S, T, U, Ni/NiMo, Platinel,
RTD 2/3 -wire resistance temperature,
PT100,PT100A, PT1000, Ni100,
NI1000, JPT100,
Vdc, mVdc, mAdc (with shunt)
Humidity limits:
Operation 5 to 80% RH
Dimensions (mm):
144W X 144H X 275D
(terminal cover closed)
6 -3
RECORDERS
4103C and 4103M High Specification 100mm
Chart Recorder with Digital Display
Ideal for:
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One to four pen continuous, or
three or six pen multipoint
Four color digital display
Front panel, or PC config
Options
Universal isolated inputs
Chart illumination
Chart Illumination
fluorescent tube lighting that
enhances the chart visibility
Basic maths
Relays
12 change-over or 16 normally open or normally
closed
Retransmission
four linearized current or
voltage outputs
Memory card
storage of data and configurations on industry standard
PC memory cards. Enables
data to be transferred to
commercial spread sheet
packages.
Communications
Modbus® RTU and Profibus®DP slave communications up
to 19200 baud
PC memory card
Modbus and Profibus communications
®
®
Up to 16 relay outputs
16 event inputs
Annotation
he 4103 is a 100mm chart recorder which can be viewed
as a complete data acquisition centre. It has local printing, communications and memory storage, and it can be
fully configured from the front panel.
Pen offset compensation on a continuous recorder all
pens operate to the same
time on the chart
Maths pack
simple maths supplied as
standard. Advanced maths
provides more complex
functions and timers,
totalizers and counters
Portable
a robust portable carrying
case is available with plug
and socket input connections
plus AC monitoring facilities
It is available as a one to four pen continuous, or three
or six pen multipoint, while retaining the short case
design (236mm) of the rest of the 4100 range.
Annotation provides printing of scales, time and date to
the chart.
Specifications:
Chart type:
16 metre z-fold/32 metre roll
Input to paper accuracy: 0.25%
Update rate:
8Hz (continuous), 2Hz (multipoint)
Temperature limits:
Operation 0-50°C
Input types:
Thermocouple: B, C, D, E, G2, J, K, L,
N, R, S, T, U, Ni/NiMo, Platinel.
RTD 2/3 -wire resistance temperature
PT100, PT100A, PT1000, Ni100,
NI1000, JPT100, Cu10, Ohms, Digital
inputs mVdc, Vdc, mAdc (with shunt)
Humidity limits:
Operation 5 to 80% RH
Dimensions (mm):
144H X 144W X 275D
(terminal cover closed)
6 -4
4181M 180mm Multipoint Chart Recorder
Ideal for:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Up to 48 inputs
Six color, multipoint printing
Up to 24 concurrent traces
80 character, vacuum
fluorescent display
English, French or German language
Data storage to PC memory card
High speed scanning
(all inputs in 1 sec)
Options
Simple maths included
Relays
Optional powerful maths capabilities
Serial Communications Modbus® RTU slave communications at up to 19200 baud
The model 4181M is a versatile and compact 180mm
multipoint chart recorder, capable of accepting up
to 48 inputs. The recorder features an 80 character,
vacuum fluorescent display and is easily configured
for direct connection to a wide variety of signal
types. A wide range of powerful options are available, including maths pack, serial communications
and data archiving to memory card.
change-over
Chart Illumination
fluorescent tube lighting that
enhances chart visibility
Memory Card
storage of data and configurations to industry standard,
PC memory card
Maths Pack
simple maths supplied as
standard. Advanced maths
provides more complex functions and timers, totalizers
and counters
Portable
a carrying handle is available
for portable use
Specifications
Chart type:
22 metre z-fold
Max chart speed:
Protection:
IP54 (door and bezel)
Max power consumption: 70W
Max trending rate:
24 channels in 3 seconds
Temperature limits:
Operation 0-50°C
Thermocouple: B, C, E, J, K, L, N, R,
S, T, U, Ni/NiMo,
RTD (2/3 -wire) PT100, PT1000,
Ni100, Ni120, Cu10, mVdc, Vdc, mAdc
(with shunt)
Humidity limits:
Operation 5 to 80% RH non
condensing
Dimensions (mm):
288W X 288H X 304D
(terminal cover closed)
Input types:
6 -5
1500 mm/hr
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RECORDERS
392 Circular Chart Recorder
Features:
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•
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•
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Up to four continuous writing pens
40 character vacuum fluorescent
digital display
Four alarms per channel
EEPROM memory for security
On-site configuration using front
key panel
Options
Powerful maths capabilities
Relays
eight change-over for alarm
outputs
Four totalizers with nine digit readout
Controllers
two PID control loops with
single or duplex outputs of
either current or duration
adjusting type
Setpoint generator
program control for controllers. Four programs of
twenty segments
NEMA 4X (IP65) case
the NEMA 4X case option is
fully submersible
Transmitter PS
current loop supplies for up
to four transmitters
Retransmission
four linearized current or
voltage outputs
Two single or dual output controllers
The 392 is a continuous writing circular chart
recorder. This provides easy viewing of data,
which is ideal for a variety of applications.
Individually configurable, the recorder can be
quickly and easily set up to the exact requirements
for your application, using the integral keyboard
and display.
Specifications:
Chart type:
Circular
Input types:
Thermocouple: B, C, E, J, K, L, N, R,S,
T, Ni/NiMo,
RTD (2/3 -wire) PT100, 10Cu,
100Ni, 120Ni, mVdc, Vdc,
mAdc (with shunt)
Temperature limits:
Operation 0-50°C
6-6
Humidity limits:
Operation 10 to 90% RH
non condensing
Dimensions (mm):
380H X 380W X 186D
(terminal cover closed)
394 Annotating Chart Recorder
Features:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Up to six multipoint channels
20 character vacuum fluorescent
digital display
Annotation
High visibility chart
Four alarms per channel
Options
Configuration using front key panel
or config port
Relays
up to 18 change-over for
alarm outputs
Controllers
two PID control loops with
single or duplex outputs of
either current or duration
adjusting type
Two single or dual output controllers
NEMA 4X (IP65) case
the NEMA 4X case option is
fully submersible
Data storage on SRAM PC cards
Transmitter PSU
current loop supplies for up
to six transmitters
Retransmission
two or four linearized current
or voltage outputs
Communications
Modbus® RTU
Annotation
provides printing of time,
date, scales, logs etc. to chart
Maths
Powerful maths capabilities
Four totalizers with nine digit readout
The 394 is a multi point annotating circular chart
recorder. This provides easy viewing of data, which
is ideal for a variety of applications. It has local
printing communications and memory storage facilities. Individually configurable, the recorder can be
quickly and easily set up to the exact requirements
for your application, using the integral keyboard
and display.
Specifications:
Chart type:
Circular
Temperature limits:
Operation 0-50°C
Input types:
Thermocouple: B, C, D, E, G2, J, K, L,
N, R, S, T, U, Ni/NiMo, Platinel
RTD: 2/3 -wire resistance temperature PT100, PT100A, PT1000, Ni100,
NI1000, JPT100, Cu10,
Ohms, Digital inputs mVdc, Vdc,
mAdc (with shunt)
Humidity limits:
Operation 5 to 80% RH non
condensing
Dimensions (mm):
380H X 380W X 186D
(terminal cover closed)
6 -7
RECORDERS
4100G and 4100Ge High Specification 100mm
DIN Paperless Recorder
Features:
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•
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Paperless chart recorder
High quality color TFT display
1.4 Mbyte floppy disk, or >1Gbyte
Options
PC card data archiving
Powerful maths capabilities
Modbus® RTU communications
Relays
NO, NC or CO for alarm outputs
Serial comms
RS485, RS232, Modbus RTU
for connection to SCADA systems, or Profibus®
Floppy disk or
PC memory card
for archiving and historical
analysis
Maths pack
for simple or complex calculations
Totalizers, Timers
and Counters
for common process require
ments
Additional memory
for more real time display
history
Retransmission
to output real, or calculated
values
File transfer
transfer of data from data
card to PC
Portable
a robust portable carrying
case is available with plug
and socket input connections
plus AC monitoring facilities
Up to 12 input channels
The model 4100G is a high quality paperless
recorder accepting up to 12 universal input
channels. With IP65 (optional) rating it is
designed for the most rigorous of operating
conditions. A powerful range of optional features allow maths calculations, serial communications, data archiving etc. These features
combine to give operators and supervisors the
widest range of management information.
More than 6 inputs and floppy disk drives are
only available in the 4100G
Specifications:
Archiving:
Floppy disk or PC card 1.44
Mbyte to 1Gbyte.
Input types:
Thermocouple: B, C, D, E,
G2, J, K, L, N, R, S, T, U,
Ni/NiMo, Platinel,
RTD (2/3-wire) PT100,
PT100A, PT1000, Ni100,
Ni120, Ni1000, JPT100,
Cu10, mVdc, Vdc, mAdc
Protection:
IP54, IP65 optional
Max power consumption: 100VA
Temperature limits:
Operation 0-50°C
Humidity limits:
Operation 5 to 80% RH non
condensing
Dimensions (mm):
144H X 144W X 290D
(terminal cover closed)
6 -8
4181G and 4181Ge High Specification
180mm Display Recorder
Features:
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High quality TFT full VGA
touch screen display
Up to 48 inputs
Optional integral printer
for up to 24 traces
Text annotation as standard
Options
Data archiving up to 520Mbyte
to PC card
Modbus® communications
Simple maths included
Relays
change-over for alarm
outputs
Serial communications
RS232/485, Modbus ®
for connection to
SCADA systems
PC memory card
and Counters
for archiving and
historical analysis
Maths pack
for simple or complex
calculations
Totalizers, Timers
for common process
requirements
Input card
eight Channel universal
or 16 channel dc
Portable
a robust carrying
handle is available
Optional powerful maths capabilities
Over 500 points available
using remote I/O racks
The model 4181G is a high specification intermediate
size recorder giving all the functions of the most
sophisticated instrument within a 180mm format. A
range of powerful options allow maths calculations,
serial communications, data archiving, etc. All these
features give operators and supervisors the widest
range of management information. Available without printer as the 4181Ge.
Specifications:
Protection:
IP54 (Display and Bezel)
Max power consumption: 130W
Archiving:
Up to 520 Mbyte PC memory card for
storage of data or configuration
Temperature limits:
Operation 0-40°C
Humidity limits:
mVdc, Vdc, mAdc
Thermocouple:B, C, E, J, K, L, N, R, S,
T, U, Ni/NiMo, Platinel II,
RTD (2/3 -wire) PT100, PT1000,
Ni100, Ni120, Cu10
Operation 5 to 80% RH noncondensing
Dimensions (mm):
288H X 288W X 304D
(terminal cover closed)
Input types:
6 -9
THERMOSENSORS
SECTION
THERMOCOUPLES AND RTD’S
* For a more complete listing of products and related information, please ask for our
Sensor Catalog.
Phone us, check our website or use the Instant Access Order Form at the end of the catalog
to request more information on any of these products.
7
THERMOSENSORS
Sensors for Plastic Machinery
Ideal for:
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Plastic forming machinery
The following types of J and K thermocouples
and industry standard PT-100 RTDs are for use on
plastic forming machinery. Other types of sensors are available. We have a broad offering of
styles and accessories. Please see our Sensor
Product Guide for the complete selection.
Element Construction
Configuration
Elements are
made from fiberglass insulated
wire inside a 304
stainless steel
protection tube.
Type J elements
are silver soldered for rapid response. Type K
assemblies are welded for strength at temperature.
Thermocouples and RTDs
are available in straight,
45° or 90° configuration in
either single or dual elements. Dual element
assemblies use 24 gage
wire.
Construction
Several terminations are available
Terminations
Protection
tubes can be
either 1/8" or
3/16" diameter.
Flexible extensions are available with "BX" style armor, stainless steel overbraid, or regular fiberglass insulation
Mounting Fittings
These assemblies are
available with plain
tubes, industry standard
bayonet fittings and
either nickel plated brass
or stainless steel compression fittings
7 -2
Order Codes:
Fixed Depth Immersion
Thermocouple
and RTD with Bayonet
lock (with armor)
Industry
Element
Element
05
72
76
Industry
Element
1
Straight, single
element
90º , single element
45º, single element
2
3
Construction
33 Closed end, grounded (TC)
33 Leadwire with
flexible armor (RTD)
2
3
Immersion
See table 1 for Z dimension
immersion depth
Y
Dimension
Reserved
31
P
Y Dimension
Flexible length in whole inches,
6 inch increments, 18 inch min.
(use 3 digits)
2-1/2 inch split
leads, ends
stripped
2 1/2 inch split
leads, spade lugs
2 1/2 inch split
leads, lugs and
box connector
Solid pin quick
disconnect plug
1
Immersion
4
Termination
0
Construction Termination
Config
Style
00
Configuration
Type J, 20 gauge solid
wire
Type K, 20 gauge solid
wire
RTD, PT-100,
0.00385Ω/Ω/ºC, 0.1%
accuracy, 932ºF
RTD, PT-100,
0.00385Ω/Ω/ºC, 0.1%
accuracy, 500ºF
Y
Dimension
Reserved
33
P
01
Fixed Depth Immersion
Thermocouple and RTD
with Bayonet lock (with
Construction Termination
Config
Style
00
Immersion
4
stainless steel overbraid)
Element
08
11
72
76
Configuration
Type K, solid w/SS
overbraid
Type J, stranded w/SS
overbraid
RTD, PT-100,
0.00385Ω/Ω/ºC, 0.1%
accuracy, 932ºF
RTD, PT-100,
0.00385Ω/Ω/ºC, 0.1%
accuracy, 500ºF
1
2
3
Straight, single
element
90º, single element
45º, single element
Termination
0
2-1/2 inch split
leads, ends
stripped
2 1/2 inch split
leads, spade lugs
2 1/2 inch split
leads, lugs and
box connector
Solid pin quick
disconnect plug
1
2
Construction
31 Closed end,
grounded (TC)
31 No lead, or lead
w/SS overbraid
(RTD)
Y Dimension
3
Flexible length in whole inches,
6 inch increments, 18 inch min.
(use 3 digits)
Immersion
See table 1 for Z dimension
immersion depth
TABLE 1:
codes for "Z" dimension on
bayonet thermocouples
03 = 2-1/2"........29
20 = 2-5/8"........30
21 = 2-3/4"........31
22 = 2-7/8"........07
04 = 3" ..............32
23 = 3-1/8" ......33
24 = 3-1/4" ......34
25 = 3-3/8" ......08
05 = 3-1/2" ......35
26 = 3-5/8" ......36
27 = 3-3/4" ......37
28 = 3-7/8" ......09
06 = 4" ..............38
39
Varidepth® Adjustable
Depth Immersion
Bayonet Thermocouples
and RTD’s (Spring Style)
Industry
Element
Construction Termination
Config
1
P
31
11
72
76
Type K, 20 gauge
solid w/SS overbraid
Type J, 20 gauge
stranded w/SS
overbraid
RTD, PT-100,
0.00385Ω/Ω/ºC, 0.1%
accuracy, 932ºF
RTD, PT-100,
0.00385Ω/Ω/ºC, 0.1%
accuracy, 500ºF
7 -3
Termination
0
1
2
3
2-1/2 inch split
leads, ends
stripped
2 1/2 inch split
leads, spade lugs
2 1/2 inch split
leads, lugs and
box connector
Solid pin quick
disconnect plug
1
Single element
(TC)
Reserved (RTD)
Construction
31 Closed end,
grounded (TC)
31 Reserved (RTD)
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
5-7/8"
6"
6-1/8"
6-1/4"
6-3/8"
6-1/2"
6-5/8"
6-3/4"
6-7/8"
7"
7-1/8"
7-1/4"
7-3/8"
7-1/2"
Reserved
B
00
Style
Configuration
1
4-1/8"......40
4-1/4"......10
4-3/8"......41
4-1/2"......42
4-5/8"......43
4-3/4"......11
4-7/8"......44
5"..............45
5-1/8"......46
5-1/4"......12
5-3/8"......47
5-1/2"......48
5-5/8"......49
5-3/4"......13
Style
00
Element
08
Y
Dimension
Reserved
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
B
12 inch spring,
standard lock cap
Y Dimension
Flexible length in whole
inches, 6 inch increments,
18 inch min. (use 3 digits)
THERMOSENSORS
Varidepth® Adjustable
Depth Immersion
Bayonet Thermocouples
and RTD’s (armor clad in
Industry
Element
Construction Termination
Element
01
05
72
76
Y
Dimension
Reserved
33
1
P
flexible tube style)
Melt Bolt Thermocouples
Fixed Depth Immersion
Config
00
Termination
Type J, 20 gauge solid
wire
Type K, 20 gauge solid
wire
RTD, PT-100,
0.00385Ω/Ω/ºC, 0.1%
accuracy, 932; F
RTD, PT-100,
0.00385Ω/Ω/ºC, 0.1%
accuracy, 500; F
Industry
Element
Config
P
01
1
0
2
3
Construction Termination
51
Reserved
6
00
Configuration
2-1/2 inch split
leads, ends
stripped
2 1/2 inch split
leads, spade lugs
2 1/2 inch split
leads, lugs and
box connector
Solid pin quick disconnect plug
1
Style
1
Single element
(TC)
Single element,
straight (RTD)
1
Y Dimension
Flexible length in whole
inches, 6 inch increments,
18 inch min. (use 3 digits)
Construction
33 Closed end,
grounded
flexible tube (TC)
33 Reserved (RTD)
Bolt Length
3
Flexible
Length
Style
000
1
Tip Length
(type J only)
Element
01
Configuration
Type J, 20 gauge
solid wire
1
Single element
Nozzle Melt
Thermocouples
Solid pin quick
disconnect plug
Industry
Element
Config
P
16
1
03
04
06
Construction
Termination
3
Bolt Length
3 inches
4 inches
6 inches
Tip Length
01
03
05
07
1/8 inch
1/4 inch
1/2 inch
3/4 inch
51 Closed ended,
grounded, flexible
tube, fiberglass
insulation
Construction Termination
21
X
Dimension
3
Y
Dimension
00
Style
Tip Length
5
(type J only)
Element
16
Configuration
Type J, 20 gauge
standard with MgO
insulation
1
Ring Style
Thermocouples
Single element,
straight
00
Tip Length
01
03
05
07
5 inch rigid length
Y Dimension
Construction
Termination
3
X Dimension
Flexible length in whole
inches, 6 inch increments, 18 inch min.
(use 3 digits)
21 Closed end,
grounded, no
flexible tube
Solid pin quick
disconnect plug
Industry
Element
Reserved
Reserved
P
01
1
00
Termination
1/8 inch
1/4 inch
1/2 inch
3/4 inch
Reserved
Y
Dimension
00
Style
Ring
7
11
(type J only)
Termination
Element
01
Type J, 20 gauge
solid wire
0
1
2
3
7 -4
2-1/2 inch split
leads, ends
stripped
2 1/2 inch split
leads, spade lugs
2 1/2 inch split
leads, lugs and
box connector
Solid pin quick
disconnect plug
Y Dimension
Flexible length in whole
inches, 6 inch increments, 18 inch min.
(use 3 digits)
Ring
11
Ring 5/16 inches
OD, 1/4 inch thick,
stainless steel,
#10 screw
Accessories
Bayonet Lock Adapters
To determine the nominal adapter length,
proceed as follows:
Adapters with 1/8 NPT: “Z” dimension
minus hole depth minus 3/8".
Adapters with 3/8-24 thread:
“Z” dimesion minus hole depth minus 1/4".
Round the adapter to the nearest 1/8".
Adapters with Slot—Common Lengths
Model
Length
Thread
A-02709-001
13/16"
1/8 NPT
A-03076-001
15/16"
3/8–24
A-03077-001
1-1/2"
1/8 NPT
A-03179
1-1/2"
3/8-24
7 -5
THERMOSENSORS
Sensors for Industrial Processes
Ideal for:
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For use in industrial ovens, furnaces and kilns
For use in heat treat and forging
furnaces, bright annealing, ceramics
and glass furnaces and salt baths
Industrial Thermocouples with Metal
Protection Tubes
These assemblies feature eight gauge wire elements,
ceramic insulation and cast aluminum general purpose heads. Protection tubes are schedule 40 pipe,
spun down and welded at the tip. Inconel is a high
temperature alloy commonly used with type K elements. 304 S.S. is a quality stainless steel usually
used with type J elements. Tubes are 1/2" NPT
schedule 40 with 3/4" NPT mounting threads.
Protection tubes are stocked in six inch increments
from 12" to 48".
Some common types of sensors for industrial
processes include types B, R, S, J, K, E & T thermocouples and industy standard PT-100 RTDs. We have
a broad offering of styles available. Please see our
Sensor Product Guide for the complete selection.
Base metal thermocouples are used in severe and
demanding environments. Noble metal thermocouples provide accuracy and extended life in
high temperature applications.
Model
Element
"X" Dimension
K08I-163XX-000-F-UU
Type K, single end
Specify (6“ increments)
J08I-193XX-000-F-UU
Type J, single end
Specify (6“ increments)
"U" Dimension
Head
Mounting
Protection Tube
Specify (whole inches)
Aluminum
3/4" welded bushing
Inconel 601, 1/2” NPT
Specify (whole inches)
Aluminum
3/4" welded bushing
304 S.S., 1/2” NPT
Straight Industrial Thermocouples with
Ceramic Protection Tubes
Ceramic protects the element at temperatures that
are too high for metal tubes. Economical mullite is a
porcelain that is suitable for protecting base metal thermocouples up to 2300°F. Alumina is used to protect platinum based elements where mullite or metal tubes
would contaminate the element. Tubes are 11/16" O.D.
Model
Element
K14I-243XX-000-7-00
B24I-303XX-000-7-00
with 3/4" NPT mounting threads. Protection
tubes are stocked in six inch increments from
12" to 36".
"X" Dimension
Head
Mounting
Protection Tube
Type K, single end
Specify (6“ increments)
Aluminum
Double ended bushing
Mullite, 11/16” OD
Type B, single end
Specify (6“ increments)
Aluminum
Double ended bushing
Alumina, 11/16” OD
R24I-303XX-000-7-00
Type R, single end
Specify (6“ increments)
Aluminum
Double ended bushing
Alumina, 11/16” OD
S24I-303XX-000-7-00
Type S, single end
Specify (6“ increments)
Aluminum
Double ended bushing
Alumina, 11/16” OD
7 -6
BARCOPAC Magnesium Oxide Insulated
Thermocouples
atmosphere, thus providing longer life than an
unprotected element.
Thermocouples with Magnesium Oxide insulation
are recommended where the thermocouple is
immersed in liquid, high moisture, corrosive gasses
or high pressures. MgO insulated thermocouples
provide superior performance in small diameter
packages. The assemblies have an alloy outer jacket
surrounding the element conductors. The remainder
of the internal volume is filled with tightly compacted Magnesium Oxide.
The thermocouples on this page represent a small
portion of our full offering. Please see our Sensor
Product Guide for the complete selection.
MgO is a ceramic with excellent thermal transfer
characteristics. It also compacts well. All MgO
thermocouples can be bent on a radius of twice
the sheath diameter. The tightly sealed assemblies
protect the element from contact with the process
Thermocouples with Flexible Leadwire
Extensions
Ordering Codes:
Type
Element
Sheath
Diameter
Junction
Flex Lead
Material
X
Dimension
Y
Dimension
Mounted
Fittings
Termination
M
Type
M
MGO insulated
Element
1
2
3
4
Type J
Type K
Type E,
(304 SS Only)
Type T,
(304 SS Only)
Sheath
Diameter
3
4
5
6
304 SS
Inconel-600
316 SS
Mounting Fittings
Rigid length in whole
inches (use 3 digits)
see table below
.063 inch
.125 inch
.188 inch
.250 inch
0
4
5
Y Dimension
Junction
1
2
1
2
3
7
Flexible length in whole
inches (use 3 digits)
Single, grounded
Single, ungrounded
None
1/4 inch NPT brass
compression fitting
1/4 inch NPT stainless steel compression fitting
Double-ended
bushing (specify 1/4
inch, 1/2 inch, 3/4
inch or 1 inch NPT)
Termination
00
01
03
04
07
08
09
10
Flex Lead Material
0
1
2
3
X Dimension
TABLE 1
Sheath O.D.
None, no flexible
lead
Fiberglass
insulation
Fiberglass with
armor
Fiberglass with SS
overbraid
.063
.125
.188
.250
J
K
E
T
180
700
1600
3181
100
430
877
1934
90
555
722
1521
200
330
1750
3885
Ungrounded single element TC’s have limitations on rigid length.
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22
27
Stripped leads
Spade lugs
6 Quick disconnect
plugs
Quick disconnect
plug and jack
Jack
General purpose
cast iron head
General purpose
aluminum head
Weatherproof cast
iron head
Explosion proof
head
Weatherproof
aluminum head
THERMOSENSORS
TC and Extension Wire
We offer both bare and insulated thermocouple
wire as well as insulated extension wire. Two
conductor and three conductor
insulated extension wire is commonly used
with thermocouples; and three conductor wire
with RTD's. We also offer multi-pair insulated
thermocouple extension wire and cable for
panels or other wiring needs.
The wires in this catalog represent the most common wire usages. Please see our Sensor
Product Guide for a complete offering of our wires.
Ordering Codes
Base
Model
Wire Type
(ANSI)
American
Wire Gauge
20
W
Base Model
W
Wire
Grade/Const
Error Limits
Insulation
1
Wire Type (ANSI)
J
K
T
E
SS
Overbraaid
Iron-Constantan
Chromel-Alumel
Copper-Constantan
Chromel-Constantan
Wire Grade/ Constr
And Error LImits
American Wire Gauge
Stainless Steel
Overbraid
20 20 gauge
1
5
T/C grade, solid,
standard limits
Extension grade, solid,
standard limits
1
No
Insulation
304
305
502
507
Glass braid
Double glass wrap
PVC
Teflon FEP
Cataloged Wires
WE20-11304-000-0-00
WE20-51502-000-0-00
WJ20-11305-000-0-00
WJ20-11507-000-0-00
WJ20-51502-000-0-00
WK20-11305-000-0-00
WK20-11507-000-0-00
WK20-51502-000-0-00
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WT20-11305-000-0-00
WT20-51502-000-0-00
Plugs and Jacks: General Purpose
General Purpose
General Purpose plugs and jacks
1–1/4" diameter cutout
Quick disconnect plugs and jacks are molded,
glass filled plastic with the attaching parts made
of material to match a particular thermocouple
type. Made to exacting specifications, these
devices provide rapid connection/disconnection
between thermocouple and lead wire with negligible contact resistance for transmission of the
lowest millivoltages. Frequent make or break
will not impair the accuracy of the mating parts.
They are ideally suited for laboratory or industrial uses where the ambient temperature does
not exceed 450ºF. The minimum size is 33 AWG;
the maximum size is 14 AWG.
Miniature
Miniature plugs and jacks
1–1/4" diameter cutout
These plugs and jacks can be used where
space is at a premium. The temperature
should not exceed 300ºF. Each item weighs
one–half ounce.
Ordering Codes: General Purpose
Base
Model
Reserved
Thermocouple
Type
0000
Base Model
General Purpose
HD20 Quick disconnect
plug (solid
machined pin)
HD21 Quick disconnect
jack
HD22 Panel Jack
Miniature
HD26 Quick disconnect
plug
HD27 Quick disconnect
jack
HD28 Panel jack
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
000
0
00
Thermocouple Type
C
E
J
K
N
R
T
U
Type C
Type E
Type J
Type K
Type N (general
purpose only)
Type R or type S
Type T
Uncompensatedº
The plugs and jacks in this catalog represent only the most
widely used plugs and jacks. Please see our Sensor Product
Guide for a complete offering of our products.
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THERMOSENSORS
Plug and Jack Accessories
Connector Lock
The connector lock prevents accidental separations of plug and jack. Two
can be usd for additional protection. The material is nickel plated piano
wire. The lock fits standard size plug or jack.
Part number: 25-00170-100
Tube Adapters
The tube adapter attaches to either plug or jack with screws provided.
The tube adapter makes rigid connection with tube and prevents
twisting wires. The material is nickel plated steel. Each weighs
one-half ounce.
Part number: A-10911 1/25" tube
single plug or jack
Part number: A-07389 1/16" tube
single plug or jack
Part number: A-07120 1/8" tube
single plug or jack
Part number: A-07121 3/16" tube
single plug or jack
Part number: A-07390 1/4" tube
single plug or jack
Part number: A-10872 1/16" tube
dual plug or jack
Part number: A-10485 1/8" tube
dual plug or jack
Part number: A104863/16" tube
dual plug or jack
Part number: A108731/4" tube
dual plug or jack
Single Plug Cable Clamp
The clamp attaches to either plug or jack with screws provided. It is
“made of nickel plated steel and weighs one-half ounce.
Part number: A-07124
Dual Extension Bracket
The dual extension bracket weighs one-half ounce
Part number: A-10380
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MEMOCAL 2000 Hand Held Calibrator
Ideal for:
•
•
•
•
•
Two-line 16 character back-lit LCD
display
Calibration for T/C, RTD, mAdc,
mVdc, Vdc & Ohms
Reference accuracy to 0.015%
Temperature drift of 0.1µV/°C span
Optional Features:
Battery or AC adapter operated
The MEMOCAL 2000 is a lightweight, versatile,
hand-held calibrator for use both in the field and
laboratory. The small size, simple programming,
friendly interface, high noise immunity and long
battery life make the MEMOCAL ideal for field
maintenance calibration. The optional leather
carrying case features an over the shoulder strap
and allows for viewing of both the display and
the keypad. The high accuracy, large range of
I/O capabilities and digital interface make the
MEMOCAL ideal for laboratory use. A standard
120/240 Vac adapter saves battery capacity when
working at the bench.
Communications:
RS-232 Digital Communications
Accessories*:
Desk Stand with RS-232/RS-485
Converter and Battery Charger
Leather Carrying Case
Battery Kit – Four long life N-H
rechargeable Batteries
*accessories can be ordered separately
Ordering Info:
The MEMOCAL 2000 simulates and measures 15
different thermocouples, 2 RTDs, mAdc, mVdc,
Vdc and Ohms signals. A built-in auxiliary
power supply allows excitation and measurement of 2-wire and 4-wire transmitters. Standard
features also include configurable internal or
external cold junction compensation, square root
extraction and quadratic signal generation.
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MEM2090000ER
Hand Held Calibrator with AC
Adapter, 120/240 Vac
MEM2090RS0ER
Hand Held Calibrator with AC
Adapter, RS-232, 120/240 Vac
MEM2090001ER
Hand Held Calibrator with
Leather Bag
MEM2090RS1ER
Hand Held Calibrator with
Leather Bag and RS-232 Option
08M440000000
Leather Carrying Bag for Hand
Held Calibrator
MEM2000DT0ER
Desk Stand with RS-232/485,
battery charger
MEM2000BATT0
Kit – Four Long LIfe Ni-H
Rechargeable Batteries
MEM2000CALER
Calibration Certificate (at time
of order)
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SECTION
TECHNICAL NOTES, TRAINING AND SUPPORT
Phone us, check our website or use the Instant Access Order Form at the end of the catalog
to request more information on any of these products.
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Principles of PID Control and Tuning
If you need help in choosing the controller most suitable
for your application, please do not hesitate to contact our
technical help desk.
Our controllers will accept an input from almost any
type of sensor. Linearization of the measured value,
if necessary, will be performed within the controller.
Our controllers will automatically control process
variables such as temperature, humidity, pressure,
flow rate, level or Ph - in fact, almost any physical
variable that can be represented as an analog signal.
In temperature applications, either a thermocouple or
resistance thermometer is typically used. The type will
depend on the temperature range and the environment
in which it has to operate.
The example below assumes that the variable is temperature, which is the most common, but the principles are
equally applicable to all analog variables.
Please refer to the sensor section in this catalog for
details of thermocouples and RTDs.
The Automatic Control Loop
The diagram below shows an automatic temperature
control ‘loop’. It consists of a sensor to measure the
temperature, a controller and a power regulator.
In applications where it is difficult to attach a fixed
temperature sensor, non-contact temperature measurement can be made using infra-red or optical pyrometers.
Our controllers support inputs from a wide range of
pyrometers.
Our controllers will accept direct inputs from strain
gauges and pressure, flow, or Ph transducers.
The controller compares the measured temperature
with the desired temperature, called the ‘setpoint’,
and regulates the output power to make them the same.
In large process control applications, signal conditioners
are normally used to convert the sensor measurement
into a 4 to 20mA or 0 to 10Vdc signal for transmission
to the controller. In our controllers it is a simple matter
to scale these inputs to the desired display range.
The measured temperature is referred to as the Process
Value, or ‘PV’ for short.
The difference between the setpoint and the measured
value is called the ‘error signal’.
Controller Outputs
Input Sensors
An automatic controller requires some means of varying the heating power, or flow rate, or pressure, to the
process under control. The main output types are:
An automatic controller requires some means of
measuring the process value.
Relay, is used to operate a contactor or solenoid valve in
heating and cooling applications.
Logic, is used to switch a solid state relay or contactor.
The benefits are: long life, no maintenance and the ability to rapidly switch heaters which have a small thermal
mass.
Triac, are solid state switches primarily used to operate
solenoid valves. They are also ideal for the positioning
of motorized gas burner valves.
DC milliamps or volts, are used for positioning control
valves and to drive analog input SCR units (used
in phase angle and three phase heating applications).
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Types of Control
Temperature
There are three main types of control:
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•
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Setpoint
On/Off control
PID control
Motorized Valve Positioning
On/Off Control
On/Off control action is shown in the graph below. The
heating power is either fully On when the temperature
is below setpoint or fully Off when it is above. As a
result the temperature oscillates about the setpoint.
Time
The three terms are:
P
for Proportional
I
for Integral
D
for Derivative
The output of the controller is the sum of the above
three terms.
The combined output is a function of the magnitude and
duration of the error signal, and the rate of change of
the temperature or process value
Proportional Term
The Proportional term delivers an output which is proportional to the size of the error signal. In the example
below, the proportional band is 10°C and an error of 3°C
will produce an output of 30%.
The amplitude and time period of the oscillation is a
function of the thermal lag between the heating source
and the temperature sensor.
To prevent the output ‘chattering’ as the measured
temperature crosses the setpoint, the controller does
not turn On and Off at precisely the same point. Instead
a small differential known as the ‘hysteresis’ is applied.
A typical value is 1°C
Output
Proportional
band
10°C
100%
On/Off control is satisfactory for non-critical heating
applications where some oscillation in the temperature
is permissible.
30%
3°C error
Temperature
PID Control
0%
Most industrial processes such as plastic extrusion,
metals treatment or semiconductor manufacturing
require stable ‘straight-line’ control of the temperature
as shown. Our controllers employ advanced PID control
algorithms to provide exactly that.
Setpoint
Proportional only controllers will not, in general, control precisely at setpoint, but with an offset corresponding to the point at which the output power equals the
heat loss from the system.
PID control is also referred to as “Three-term” control.
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Integral Action
Time Proportioning Action
The Integral term removes steady state control offsets
by ramping the output up or down in proportion to the
amplitude and duration of the error signal. The ramp
rate (Integral time constant) must be longer than the
time constant of the process to avoid oscillations.
To obtain ‘straight-line’ temperature control, a PID
controller requires some means of varying the power
smoothly between 0 and 100%.
Time proportioning varies the % on time of relay, triac
and logic outputs to deliver a variable output power
between 0 and 100%. The graphs below illustrate the
principle.
Derivative Action
The Derivative term is proportional to the rate of change
of the temperature or process value. It is used to prevent
overshoot and undershoot of the setpoint and to restore
the process value rapidly to the setpoint if there is a sudden change in demand, such as when an oven door is
opened.
High and Low Cutback
While the PID parameters are optimized for steady state
control at or near the setpoint, high and low cutback
parameters are used to reduce overshoot and undershoot
for large step changes in temperature. They respectively
set the number of degrees above and below setpoint at
which the controller will start to increase or cutback the
output power.
The cycle time must be short enough to allow the thermal mass of the load to smooth out the switching pulses.
20 seconds is typical. Systems with a small thermal
mass will need shorter cycle times than can be provided
with a relay. In these cases, a solid state relay is typically used with cycle times down to 0.2 seconds.
In practice Cycle Time may not be a constant, but vary
with Power Demand, particularly at the extremes of the
range 0-100%.
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Motorized Valve Positioning
Two automatic tuning procedures are available
in our controllers:
Motorized valves have two windings, one for opening the
valve and the other for closing it. Control is achieved by
sending raise or lower pulses to the appropriate winding.
Some valves are fitted with a feedback potentiometer to
indicate their position, while others are not.
One-shot tuning which is performed once when commissioning the process and then turned off. However, it can
be repeated as often as required should the process characteristics change.
Adaptive tuning which continuously monitors the error
from setpoint and, if instability is detected, will modify
the PID values accordingly.
Other Features
Our controllers offer many other control features
such as;
Our controllers provide a control algorithm specifically
designed for use with motorized valves. This algorithm
works equally well with or without a position feedback
potentiometer.
Automatic Tuning
Stable, ‘straight-line’ control of the temperature at
setpoint without fluctuation.
•
No overshoot, or undershoot, of the temperature
setpoint.
•
Quick response to deviations from the setpoint
caused by external disturbances, thereby rapidly
restoring the temperature to the setpoint value.
Transfer between automative and
manual control.
•
Remote setpoint inputs
•
Digital communication
•
Ramp soak programming
•
Cascade control
•
Ratio control
•
Override control
•
Gain Scheduling
If you would like information about any of these
features please contact us.
In tuning, you match the characteristics of the controller
to those of the process being controlled in order to
obtain good control. Good control means:
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•
Tuning involves calculating and setting the PID terms
and cutback values. This can be performed manually following the instructions given in the user handbooks or
automatically by the controller.
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SCR Switching Principles
What is an SCR Power Controller?
Solid state relays (SSR) or solid state contactors (SSC) are
SCR units that replace mechanical relays or contactors.
These units turn power on when commanded by an input
signal and turn power off when the signal is removed
An SCR, or thyristor, is a semiconductor device which
switches AC power ON and OFF. It is used to control
the electrical power delivered to heating elements.
Cycle Proportioning, Zzero Crossing or Burst
Firing (Fast Cycle, Slow Cycle, Single Cycle)
Our SCR units incorporate the SCR devices, together
with the driver electronics and heatsink which dissipates the heat generated by the SCR devices. Some
SCR units include internal fuses to protect the thyristor
while others require external fusing. One benefit
SCR units offer is a reliable long term alternative to
electromechanical devices, reducing the necessity for
maintenance.
These firing modes provide a means of controlling power
by time proportioning the available power. The ‘burst
repetition’ rates come under the headings of fast cycle,
slow cycle and single cycle and are intended to serve the
requirements of different applications. The table below
gives further details. Typical analog control inputs for
this type of SCR unit are 0-5V or 4-20mA.
SCR units are particularly cost effective for fast systems, for complex loads involving transformers and/or
heaters whose resistance changes with temperature or
time. They are the best means of controlling electrical
heating power.
SCR units generally offer improved controllability,
which gives economy, easy serviceability and reduces
down time and maintenance costs.
Almost silent in operation, SCR units can eliminate the
switch-on surge by operating in synchronization with
the supply improving the electrical environment.
Control mode
Fast cycle (F.C.)
50% Power
200ms ON and
200ms OFF typically
Slow cycle (S.C.)
20s ON and
20s OFF typically
Single cycle (F.C.1.) One cycle ON and
one cycle OFF
Solid state relays (SSR) or solid state contactors (SSC)
are SCR units that replace mechanical relays or contactors. These units turn power on when commanded by
an input signal and turn power off when the signal is
removed.
Logic Firing Mode for SSR, SSC or Logic
Fired SCR Unit
To minimize
interference, the
SCR unit always
switches on when
the voltage across
the heater is zero
and switches off
when the current
through the
heater is zero.
Each ‘burst’ is
therefore a
complete number
of cycles of
the supply.
Advanced Single Cycle Firing
The control input for this type of SCR unit is a ‘Logic’
output from a temperature controller. The SCR operates like a relay or contactor, i.e. when the logic signal
is low the SCR unit is OFF and when it is high the SCR
unit is ON.
Advanced Single Cycle is a zero-fired mode for use with
various resistive loads and especially with Short Wave
Infrared (SWIR) loads. Output power is controlled by regulating the number of complete cycles and half cycles
going to the load. The typical output waveform for a
power controller
set for a 66%
output is shown
below.
When comparing
traditional
phase-angle firing to Advanced
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Single Cycle Firing, the Advanced Single Cycle Firing
does not lead to Power Factor degradation, which reduces
power utility penalties and does not generate RFI interference, which can interfere with other equipment.
Intelligent Half-Cycle Firing
Power Feedback
Supply voltage changes will obviously result in power to
the load changing. To overcome the effect of supply voltage changes, the controllers which drive the SCR unit
have power feedback to automatically compensate for this.
In brief, a 100KW load rated for 500Vac would experience
a 19% drop in power if the supply voltage decreases by
10%. Upon sensing a decrease in voltage, the instrument
would immediately increase the output level to maintain
the desired power going to the load. This reduces the
likelihood of a process variation.
Similar to Advanced Single Cycle Firing, Intelligent Halfcycle Firing is only available when using the Remote I/O
(REMIO) Digital Interface and the TE10S/425S solid-state
contactors (SSC). Power to the load is regulated by the
number of half cycles on and off to the load. Intelligent
Half-Cycle Firing is ideal for Short Wave Infrared loads
(i.e. tungsten lamps). Intelligent Half-Cycle Firing offers
the same benefits as the Advanced Single cycle Firing
(i.e., high power factor, reduced RFI switching interface)
Partial Load Failure (PLF)
This is an optional circuit which continuously monitors
the load resistance and detects an increase arising, for
example, from failure of one leg of a parallel connected
load. When a partial load failure is detected, an output to
an external alarm can be given. The PLF setting is
adjusted with the SCR unit working normally and delivering current to the load. A decrease in load resistance
is not acted upon.
Phase Angle (P.A.)
In this mode, power is controlled by allowing the SCR to
conduct for part of the ac supply cycle only, (see diagram
below). The more power required the more the conduction angle is advanced until virtually the whole cycle is
conducting for 100% power.
Partial Load Unbalance (PLU)
The major disadvantage with phase-angle firing is the
possible emissions interference generated by the rapid
switching action at non zero voltage.
Similar to PLF, the PLU monitors and detects changes in
3Ø current greater than 25%. If an unbalance is detected, a latching or non-latching alarm relay contact opens
or closes (specify when ordering).
Phase Angle Start Fast Cycle
(P.A. Start F.C.)
Overload Circuit
This option is only available with PLF on certain equipment and is designed to detect overload currents in the
region of twice the partial load failure setting or greater.
When it operates, the SCRs are prevented from firing, a
front panel lamp lights and a relay or logic alarm output
is activated.
Current Limit
This is a variant of the cycle proportioning mode in
which each on-period consists of a run up over several
supply cycles to full conduction in phase angle. Once this
state is achieved the remainder of the on-period will be at
full conduction.
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With low cold-resistance loads, if used with cycling
modes, the first complete cycle could cause a current
surge and blow a fuse. Phase-angle operation starts from
zero and the phase-angle is advanced slowly until a current limit threshold is reached to keep the current within
the safe limits of the element and the wiring, independent of load resistance.
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Inhibit or Enable
A voltage applied to the input of the circuit will stop (or
alternatively enable) the output at the next zero crossing.
The external circuit is usually arranged so that the SCR
is quenched at switch-on, to enable the circuit conditions
to stabilize.
Preset Delayed Triggering
Preset delayed triggering is used in conjunction with
cycle proportioning where a mixed inductive/resistive
load such as a transformer supplied heater is used. A
preset angle can be adjusted corresponding to the ‘lag’
angle which will prevent inrush surge currents when
using zero voltage switching of inductive loads. Highly
inductive loads will require ‘soft-start’ or current limiting.
data transparently on the same wires that carry the primary analog or logic control signals. It’s not another
digital communications protocol that requires external
smart I/O interfaces or special software drivers.
PDSIO® can detect problems like open heater burn-out,
blown heater fuse, open SCR device, no line voltage, and
broken controller signal wire. By detecting these problems early, contingency plans can be implemented quicker thus saving money and maximizing valuable production time. It can also monitor load current.
Digital Communications
We offer SCR power controllers with digital communications of various protocols. This allows the heater load to
be monitored with a computer. In addition, the load can
be controlled directly from the digital communications.
This minimizes wiring, the need for signal transducers
and provides vital process information.
Power Control
This is not usually required in applications using a temperature controller with relay or logic output. Power
control requires I and V to be measured and is sometimes needed when loads cannot sensibly use Power
Feedback, i.e. those with a low cold resistance. Power
control may be an advantage in open loop non-temperature controlled applications where it is the energy input
which is to be controlled.
Agency Ratings
All of our power controllers have approval ratings for
CE. Some models are approved for UL, cUL and VDE.
Installation
The SCRs must be installed in accordance with recommendations expressed in the installation guide supplied
with each unit, and also in accordance with local wiring
regulations. It is important to be aware that each controlled phase in a SCR generates a heat loss calculated at
approximately 1.3 watts per amp (per phase) load current. Adequate ventilation or forced cooling must be
provided to maintain the ambient conditions inside the
control panel enclosure within the operating specification.
Pulse Gating
Gating of the SCR firing pulses may be necessary on
phase-angle SCR units particularly for applications with
a leading power factor or cross-coupling between phases.
The triggering of the SCR is inhibited until the voltage
has risen through zero. Once the SCR has fired, the trigger pulses are removed to ensure that the SCR turns off
as the forward direction current reduces to zero. (Again
some degrees before the voltage waveform).
Fuse Protection
Our SCR regulators are generally available with high
speed fuses, designed to protect the SCR device against
short circuit currents resulting from load or wiring
faults. The high speed fuse does not provide protection
against sustained medium scale overload, and it is
therefore necessary to fit a standard circuit protection
Pulse Density Signaling I/O (PDSIO®)
PDSIO® is a bi-directional communication method for
model TE10S Solid-state contactors and Series 2000™ controllers. PDSIO® passes additional control loop status
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fuse (HRC fuse or circuit breaker) in the supply lines to
the regulator or load.
gent half cycle are all zero switched firing modes with
no current waveform distortion and therefore do not
affect power factor.
Mounting and Enclosures
Plant Safety
Most SCR units are designed to work in ambient temperatures up to 45°C. It should be noted that SCR units generate a significant amount of heat internally through
the SCR itself, the fuse and the cabling. A general rule
is to reckon that a SCR unit, and its fuse, will generate
1.3 watts of heat per amp per phase.e.g. 100 amp three
phase SCR unit type TC3000 will generate 390 watts.
With a TC3000 in a standard cubicle 2.1m x 600mm x
600mm with no ventilation the internal temperature will
rise 20-30°C. Adequate ventilation-tion is therefore
essential preferably forced by fan. Mushroom tops and
louvers are not particularly effective in removing this
heat.
The SCR regulator is a control device, and should not be
used as the safe means of removing power from the load.
When plant or personnel safety is at risk, a circuit
breaker or contactor should be fitted in the supply lines
to the regulator, and arranged to automatically trip in
the event for example of a plant emergency stop, or overtemperature switch operating.
Personnel Safety
The SCR regulator does not provide an effective means
of isolation in its turned "OFF" or "DISABLED" state,
due to leakage currents through the various protection
components around the SCR itself. In particular, when
using a 2 phase SCR to control a 3 phase load, the complete load and associated wiring will be at the potential
of the uncontrolled phase in the OFF state.
Neutral Currents on Three phase
Installations
Under certain circumstances, such as four wire phase
angle installations, open circuit heaters or unbalanced
loading, substantial neutral currents can flow. Neutral
cable sizing should therefore be chosen with care. With
balanced load resistances neutral cable current rating
should be twice the line current for safety under all possible circumstances.
It is therefore imperative that an effective means of isolation is provided, and working practices set up to
ensure that the regulator and associated circuitry are
made safe before any maintenance work takes place.
If In Doubt; Ask
If you are in any doubt about the application of these or
any of our control products, please ask for guidance.
Power Factor
In large installations poor power factor may increase the
cost of the electrical power supplied. Phase angle firing
gives a sharp rise in current when turned on and may
cause a distorted supply waveform. The apparent power
factor can therefore be adversely affected. Fast cycle,
slow cycle, single cycle, advanced single cycle and intelli-
Special Applications
There are many possible circuit connections other
than those described in this guide. Our Applications
Department has a wide range of experience in special
applications which need particular attention for successful operation.
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Sensors Construction
Several methods of measuring temperature using sensing
elements have been developed. Industrial processes usually require that the temperature sensing device be
remote from the measuring or controlling equipment. Of
the various thermal sensing devices, the thermocouple is
most commonly used, offering the best compromise of
cost, accuracy and reliability. In certain applications
requiring greater accuracy, resistance temperature detectors (RTD’s) are a better choice for temperature measurement.
Thermocouples
A thermocouple is formed by connecting two wires of dissimilar metals together at a single point. This junction is
commonly known as the "hot junction". The measurement of temperature is not made at the hot junction alone
however, but is actually made by looking at the differential measurement between this hot junction and another
reference junction called the "cold junction". Typically
the cold junction occurs where the thermocouple wires
connect to the terminals of the measuring instrument or
controller, where a second thermocouple joint of dissimilar metals is made. An EMF is generated at the controller
terminals, which is dependent on the temperature difference between the hot and cold junctions. For accurate
measurement, any variation in the temperature of the
cold junction must be corrected for by the controller. This
process is called cold junction compensation.
For the purposes of calibration of a thermocouple, use is
made of standard tables that indicate thermocouple output (EMF) versus "hot" junction temperature with the reference "cold" junction at 0 deg C (ice point). Where it is
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impractical to maintain the cold junction at 0 deg C,
when measuring temperature it is necessary to accurately measure the actual cold junction EMF and add it to
the measured EMF. That total EMF is then converted to
temperature using the standard table. In practice this
process is automatically done in temperature controllers
as part of the cold junction compensation (CJC) feature.
An industrial thermocouple assembly generally has four
major components. The element consists of the two dissimilar metal wires joined at the tip. The EMF developed by this junction versus temperature is very small,
typically microvolts per degree C temperature change.
The protection tube is a metal or ceramic tube, usually
closed at one end that protects the element from the
process environment. The head or cold end termination
of the thermocouple assembly is a terminal block or protective closure assembly provided for connection of the
thermocouple extension wire. The fourth component is
the extension wire made from alloys compatible with the
element. Although not a part of the assembly itself, the
extension wire is a critical part of the total circuit. The
extension wire, or compensating cable, resembles the
thermoelectric characteristic of the thermocouple over a
limited range of ambient temperature, typically 0-80 deg
C. These cables emulate closely the performance of the
thermocouple cold junction, but do so at great cost savings to using extension wires made of the actual metals
used in the true thermocouple.
There are a great number of thermocouple types used in
industrial processes, each with different metal alloy
combinations with characteristics ideal for specific temperature measurement requirements. Each alloy set has
certain characteristics (cost, temperature range, corrosion resistance, etc.) that have advantages for specific
applications. Some of the more common base metal
alloys include Type J (Iron vs. Constantan), Type K
(Chromel vs. Alumel), and Type T (Copper vs.
Constantan). Some of the more common noble metal
alloys used in thermocouples are Type R (Platinum vs,
Platinum/13% Rhodium), Type S (Platinum vs.
Platinum/10% Rhodium) and Type B (Platinum/6%
Rhodium vs. Platinum/30% Rhodium).
Please see the Sensor Product Guide for additional information on available sensors and product selection.
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Platinum Resistance Thermometers
Red
White Red Red
sion must be made about what termination arrangement is needed for measurement purposes. It is essential that in any resistance thermometer the resistance
value of the external leadwires be taken into account
and if this value affects the required accuracy of the
thermometer, its effect should be minimized. Extension
wire for RTD’s is a simple copper conductor whose
resistance depends on length, number of conductors
and wire gauge. Various methods have been developed
to compensate for this lead resistance. This has resulted in RTD’s being manufactured in two wire, three wire
and four wire configurations.
White
Pt100
Pt100
2 Wire
3 Wire
The resistance temperature detector is a thermal sensor
that changes resistance with temperature. The amount
of change is dependent on the change in temperature and
the specific alloy of the conductor. Temperature is measured indirectly by determining the resistance from
reading the voltage drop across the sensing resistor in
the presence of a constant current flowing through it and
then using Ohm’s Law. Many common RTD’s are made of
platinum alloys and are called platinum resistance thermometers (PRT’s). The resistance of platinum changes
with temperature at a known rate, the most common
standard being 100.00 ohms at 0 deg C and 138.5 ohms at
100 deg C. RTD’s may be manufactured from several
alloys, including copper, nickel and platinum based material. Industry standard tables are available for a variety
of RTD types that provide the temperature vs. resistance
profile for the element type.
The RTD sensing element is a coil of wire, precision
wound to a specific resistance value. The element is hermetically sealed in glass to prevent influence from moisture. This element is then mounted in the tip of a metal
protection tube for physical protection. Physical configuration of the complete assembly is similar to a thermocouple. Compared to thermocouples, RTD and PRT
assemblies are much more accurate and stable and permit greater resolution of measurement.
Fundamentally, every sensing resistor is a two wire
device. When terminating the resistor with extension
wires that lead to the measurement instrument, a deci-
The two wire element has no provision for lead compensation other than increasing the size of the lead wire. It
is suitable for installations where the distance to the
measuring instrument is short
The three wire element is the industry standard. Two
red wires are tied together at the end of the element
and the third white wire is terminated at the other end
of the element. The measuring instrument can sense
the resistance of the two red joined wires and subtract
this from the resistance between one of the red wires
and the white wire. This is accurate as long as all three
wires are the same length and gauge.
Four wire elements have two red wires terminated at
one end of the resistance element and two white wires
terminated at the other. Current to the sensor is supplied on one wire and the voltage value is measured
on the other. Since there is no current flowing in the
measuring wires, no error is contributed by lead wire
resistance. Four wire sensors are usually only found
only in laboratory environments.
One common way of compensating for the lead resistance for the various configurations is by connecting
the wires from a two, three or four wire RTD into an
appropriately modified Wheatstone Bridge circuit at the
input of the measuring or controlling instrument.
Such input configurations are standard in our instrumentation, usually for three wire RTD’s.
Please see the Sensor Product Guide for additional
information on available sensors and product selection.
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Digital Communications
We have always been a leader in serial digital communications in intelligent PID controllers. This capability
enables configuration of intelligent distributed industrial automation networks. A PC with SCADA or other
supervisory software can read and write parameter
data from one or more of our PID controllers. That data
may be displayed numerically or in a trend plot, logged
to a file for storage, change setpoints or download
recipes. PLC™’s fitted with OEM or 3rd party serial digital communications modules are also available to build
distributed industrial automation networks utilizing
our intelligent PID controllers.
The Bus is called a Fieldbus because it connects remote
field devices located close to the point of control to a PC
or PLC™ that is located in a central location. The distances involved can be from 1 ft to 4000 ft or more with
repeaters. Figure 1 below shows a PC as Master communicating to multiple Series 2000™ controllers using
Modbus® RTU.
This exchange of information is normally quite complex and involves both hardware and software standards. Hardware standards define the electrical and
mechanical interface of a fieldbus. Examples of hardware standards are CAN (Controller Area Network) and
TIA/EIA-485 (RS485). Software standards define the
Protocol of a fieldbus. A Protocol precisely defines a set
of rules about the format and meaning of how messages
are encoded so that the devices on a fieldbus can communicate using the same language. Examples here
include Modbus® and Profibus®. Today, there are many
such standards, each having the goal of ensuring interoperability between industrial automation suppliers.
What is a Serial Digital Communications
Network?
A serial digital communications network describes a
way to exchange data between a Master and one or
more Slaves using a Bus. The Master is typically a PC
or PLC™ and the Slaves can be any type of intelligent
automation device supporting digital communications.
'Master PC' with
supervisory software
Modbus® RTU Fieldbus
2208
2208
2208
OP1
OP2
OP1
OP2
OP1
OP2
SP2
REM
SP2
REM
SP2
REM
'Slave' PID controllers
Figure 1. Digital Communications Network
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Why Use Serial Digital Communications?
What is the Plant Communications Model?
Digital communications is preferable to analog
communications (e.g. 0-5V) because:
The plant communication topology is an ongoing
attempt to model corporate data requirements.
Today, we can consider 3 layers as shown in Figure 2;
Information Technology (IT), Automation and Field.
Many models include the Sensor layer that would be
below the Fieldbus layer.
•
It is high-speed from 9600 to 12M baud
•
It is low-cost and reliable
•
It supports one-to-one and one-to-many
(multi-drop) communication links
•
It's accuracy is not effected by distance
•
It does not require calibration of the
communications interface
For each bus layer, the requirements, bus type and
devices used are listed in Table 1. Plant data flows
from layer to layer in both directions. Not all layers
are necessarily required and each layer has it's own
data requirements. For example, as shown in Figure 1,
there is no automation bus in the connection of the PC
to the distributed controllers and the PC could easily
interface to the corporate network by using Ethernet.
Information Technology (IT) Bus
Automation Bus
Field Bus
Figure 2. Plant Communications Model
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Layer
Requirements
Bus Type
Devices
Information
Large Data Packet Size
Ethernet
Corporate Mainframe
Technology
Wide Access
Multi-vendor support
Production schedules/recipe
Automation
Field
Fast Response time
Ethernet
PC
™
PLC™
Determinism
ControlNet
Repeatability
Modbus® Plus
Multi-vendor support
Profibus® FMSPC
Small Physical Size
DeviceNet™
PLC™, Operator Interface, Panel Displays
Low Connect cost
Profibus®-DP
PID Controllers, Indicators, Drives, SCR’s,
Config & Diagnostics
Interbus
Valve Manifolds, Solid State Contactors
Multi-vendor support
®
Modbus RTU
Table 1. Network Layer Topology
Why Use a Fieldbus?
In a fieldbus based system, a fieldbus is used to exchange
data between automation devices. The PC I/O boards or
PLC™ I/O modules are replaced with a communication
module that communicates to automation devices that
are physically located close to the point of control using
a single fieldbus cable replacing bundles of wires and
intermediate terminal boxes. This can substantially
reduce up front engineering, installation costs and
troubleshooting in the event of problems.
Traditional PC or PLC™ based automation control
systems use a central processor fitted into a rack that
also contains the I/O cards or modules. The backplane
is the PC’s or PLC™’s internal bus. I/O terminals are
connected to actual physical points using point-to-point
cabling, often requiring intermediate terminal boxes.
This architecture requires an greater amount of up
front engineering, higher installation costs and is
harder to troubleshoot.
Replacing PLC™ I/O boards with PLC™ I/O with
distributed intelligent I/O devices can provide
other advantages, especially when considering our
PID controllers:
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Feature
Benefit
Single loop integrity with local interface ............................Single point of failure keeps process running in the event of failure
No configuration required for Advanced ..........................Plug & Play for auto-tuning PID loops, cascade, ratio,carbon and other
or Specialized PID Loops ........................................................loop types
Offloads PID from the PLC™ ....................................................Reduce PLC™ processor utilization, use less expensive PLC™, reduce configuration time
Universal Inputs with Isolation ................................................Protects hardware and eliminates ground loops
Shorter signal wire runs ............................................................Reduces noise and spurious signals, more accurate transducer readings
Local and more automatic Diagnostic information ..........Predict failures before they happen, reduce maintenance schedules
Choice in Best in Class automation devices ........................Increase process efficiency through precision control and increased information feedback
What Fieldbus Networks Do We Offer?
Today, we offer the industry leading fieldbus interfaces for the markets that we serve. In Tables 2 and 3 are fieldbus
comparisons for those field buses offered by us. To learn more about each fieldbus, please visit the Web URL listed.
Fieldbus
Introduced
Developer
Web URL
Products
DeviceNet™
1994
Allen-Bradley
www.odva.org
2200e, REMIO, MACO®
Optima™ PC, MACO® XL
PB
EI-Bisync
1983
Eurotherm
www.of our.com
808/847, 94C, 815/818
900 EPC, 2200 & 2400,
2408I, 2600, TU/TC
SCR’s
Interbus
1984
Phoenix Contact
www.interbus.com
MACO® DS ASB
MACO® Remote
Terminal I/O, MACO®
XL PB
Modicon
www.modicon.com
MACO® OPTIMA™
PC, MACO® DS ASB,
MACO® XL BP
Modbus® Plus
Modbus® RTU
1979
Modicon
www.modicon.com
94C, 818, 900 EPC,
2200, 2400, 2408I,
2500, 2600, REMIO,
TU/TC SCR’s
Profibus®-DP
1994
PTO
www.profibus.com
2400f, 2408I, 2500,
2600, REMIO, TU/TC
SCR’s, MACO® XL PB
Table 2. Fieldbus Comparison
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Transmission
Media
Maximum
Devices
Maximum
Distance
Transmission
Speed
Data Packet
Size
DeviceNet™1
CAN
Twisted pair,
Signal & Power
64
328 ft @ 500 K
1,640 ft @ 125K
125Kb, 250Kb
500Kb
8 bytes w/o frag
unlimited w/frag
EI-Bisync2
TIA/EIA-232
TIA/EIA-422
TIA/EIA-485
2
11
32
99 w/repeaters
50 ft
4000 ft
4000 ft
Up to 19,200b
7 bit word
Twisted pair
Interbus1
TIA/EIA-485
Twisted pair
fiber
256
1/,312 ft
500K
512 bytes
Modbus® Plus1
TIA/EIA-485
32
64 w/repeater
1500 ft
6000 ft
1 Mb
32 word Global
100 word Pt-Pt
500 word Peer Cop
2
11
32
247 w/repeaters
50 ft
4000 ft
4000 ft
15,000 ft
Up to 19,200b
125 registers
32
127 w/repeaters
328 ft @ 12Mb
3,936 ft @ 9600b
Up to 12Mb
244 bytes
Twisted pair
®
Modbus RTU2
TIA/EIA-232
TIA/EIA-422
TIA/EIA-485
Twisted pair
®
Profibus -DP1
TIA/EIA-485
Twisted pair, fiber
Table 3. Fieldbus
Note:
Requires host controller card and software driver. Can use standard PC serial COM ports
Which Fieldbus Should I Use?
One size does fit not all in the industrial automation
marketplace. This is true for fieldbus offerings as well.
Market fragmentation and application requirements that
vary by geography, industry and process guarantee that
a single fieldbus solution is not inevitable any time soon.
So how does one choose a fieldbus?
The number one reason users choose a fieldbus over
another is the availability of products for a particular
fieldbus. Customer requests for a particular bus in the
specification to an OEM often dictates the fieldbus of
choice. Control systems are shipped having a fieldbus
already installed so that system expansion decisions are
based on the original OEM fieldbus choice. Or the field-
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bus choice may be made based on the experience of a
local Systems Integrator as they offer the technical
expertise in the configuration tools, have the inventory,
training, and support for that fieldbus. There is no
clear-cut answer.
As an active member in multiple fieldbus organizations,
we understand communications to be an important
enabler in todays automation marketplace. You can be
sure that we will continue to strive to maintain a leadership position in fieldbus automation devices by offering
market leading fieldbus enabled products along with the
training, support, knowledgeable sales channels and
more to help you in making the intelligent choice.
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Connecting Your Communicating
Instrumentation
PCs
Fieldbus adapters for PCs can be divided into 2 classes –
those that use the PC’s serial ports or those that require a
plug-in adapter card. In general, low-speed (38K4 baud or
less) communications interfaces can use the PC’s built-in
serial port and high-speed (125K baud or greater) require
a plug-in fieldbus adapter. The only supported instrumentation protocols capable of using a PC’s serial port
are Modbus® RTU and EI-Bisync. Modbus® Plus,
DeviceNet™ and Profibus®-DP are higher speed protocols
and require an internal adapter card. The reason for this
is that the lower speed protocols can use the PC’s internal
serial port transceivers (typically 16550 UARTs) while the
higher speed protocols use specially designed transceivers.
While you are purchasing your digital communicating
instrumentation, it is a good idea to consider what hardware and software you will be using to interface to it.
From a hardware perspective, we consider two hardware
platforms - a PC or PLC™ fitted with internal or external
communications adapters. The choice of adapters
depends on the fieldbus chosen – e.g. DeviceNet™,
Profibus®-DP or Modbus® RTU. Software considerations
include industrial visualization (SCADA) software and
server – DDE, OPC (OLE for Process Control) or custom.
The following section describes the most common choices in these areas in order to make your communications
less of a challenge experience.
When considering your choice of a PC or PLC™ communications adapter, that the PC and PLC™ are always
Masters to the instrumentation that are always Slaves.
In addition, for the remainder of this section, TIA/EIA232 will be referred to as RS-232, TIA/EIA-422 as RS-422
and TIA/EIA-485 as RS-485. The electrical specifications
are the same, only the controlling authority has changed.
See www.tia.ch for additional information.
If using EI-Bisync or Modbus® the next consideration is
whether the installation will be using a single instrument or multiple instruments in a multi-drop arrangement. As COM ports on PCs are typically RS-232, a direct
connection from the PC to a single instrument also with
RS-232 is possible. If the application requires multiple
instruments in a multi-drop arrangement then the
instruments must be fitted with either RS-422 or RS-485
(recommended); they cannot be directly connected to the
PC and a low-cost internal or external converter is necessary. Table 4 below lists recommended converter manufacturers and suggested adapters, both internal and
external.
Internal (ISA)
TAI/EIA-4222
External
B&B Electronics 3PXOCC2A
B&B Electronics 422NOICR
Sealevel #3189
duTec BaudMaster
Quatech DS200/300S
TIA/EIA-485 (RS-485) B&B Electronics 3PXOCC2A
Sealevel #3189
B&B Electronics 485OIC
485SD9TB (not isolated)
duTec BaudMaster
Table 4.
Internal/External RS-422/RS485 Converters
*PCI or PCMCIA models are available in many cases, please check with the manufacturer.
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It is important when considering an RS-485 converter
that the converter have automatic ‘send data’ control.
This feature automatically disables the transmitter of
the converter whenever there is no transmit activity on
the RS-232 side.
Please contact the manufacturers before ordering the
part numbers listed above to determine the suitability to
the intended application. Each manufacturer offers
many models for which individual requirements may dictate an alternate choice. If in doubt, please contact the
manufacturer or contact us.
Internal cards and external converters are isolated
models except where noted. If using an unisolated converter be aware that the potential exists to cause damage
to the PC due to induced line noise or faults. All of
our communications interfaces are isolated and have
high immunity to line induced noise or faults.
Manufacturer
DeviceNet
Allen-Bradley
1770-KFD (external)
1784-PCD (PCMCIA)
1784-PCIDS (PCI)
SST
5136-DN-ISA
5136-DN-PCM (PCMCIA)
The Series 2000™ Communications manual (HA026230)
provides an excellent source for the wiring, protocol, and
parameter addresses of our instrumentation supporting
Modbus® and EI-Bisync. It is available at our web site. A
useful diagnostic tool also available from our web site is
the Eurotherm Sampler. This free Microsoft® Windows®
software is useful for troubleshooting communications
problems.
The DeviceNet™, Profibus®-DP and Modbus® Plus fieldbus
interfaces require internal adapter cards in the PC.
They all support multiple instruments in a multi-drop or
trunkline/dropline topology. In addition, special connectors and cabling is required. In Table 5 below, find information on recommended suppliers and model numbers.
Each supplier provides the necessary configuration software and communication servers that work specifically
with their hardware. Communication servers are available that support either DDE or OPC for interfacing to
industrial visualization (SCADA) software in most cases.
Profibus-DP
Modbus Plus
5136-PFB-ISA
5136-PFB-PCI
5136-PFB-PCM (PCMCIA)
Synergetic
SMS-CIF30-DNM (ISA)
SMS-CIF50-DNM (PCI)
SMS-CIF60-DNM (PCMCIA)
SMS-CIF30-DPM (ISA)
SMS-CIF50-PB (PCI)
SMS-CIF60-PB (PCMCIA)
Schneider (Modicon)
416 NHM 212 03
(PCMCIA)
AM-SA85-000 (ISA)
Table 5. High Speed Fieldbus Adapter Cards
Please contact the manufacturers before ordering the part numbers listed above to determine the suitability to the
intended application. If in doubt, please contact the manufacturer or contact us.
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PLC™
In general, most PLC™s do not come with a serial COM port
supporting Modbus® RTU natively. None are commercially
available for EI-Bisync though there has been some custom
applications implemented. Nor do PLC™s support
DeviceNet™, Profibus®-DP or Modbus® Plus directly from
their CPU – unless that fieldbus is native to the PLC™ manufacturer. For example, Modbus® Plus is native to many
Modicon PLC™s. Thus – though not true in every case – a
communications module is necessary to interface to any
of the high-speed protocols.
Table 6 lists industry standard PLC™s that can be fitted
with 3rd party or native communication ports that
interface to the fieldbus supported our instruments. The
manufacturers name are in italics. Check their websites
for more information.
Modbus® RTU
Allen-Bradley
GeneralElectric
ProSoft
MCM 3100 (SLC 500)
Each of these communications adapter modules requires
configuration software available from the manufacturer.
This configuration software is used to configure the communications adapter card –also known as a scanner - so
that it knows the quantity and type of instruments connected, their network address and parameters that can be
read and written. The adapter card then asynchronously
reads from the connected instruments and maps the parameter data into the PLC™s CPU memory.
For DeviceNet™ and Profibus®-DP, we provide the EDS and
GSD file respectively. These ASCII files define the device
parameter profile simplifying the configuration of these
fieldbus networks. In addition, a GSD file editor is available free from our web site that allows custom creation of
GSD files, where the standard GSD file parameter set is
not adequate for the intended application.
Modicon
Siemens
Automation
Direct
Horner Electric
CTI
F4-MAS-MB (DL405)
HE693RTM705 (90-30)
2573-MOK (SIMATIC 505)
MCM 3150 (PLC-5)
DeviceNet™
Allen-Bradley
Horner Electric
CTI
1771-SDN (PLC-5)
HE693DNT250
2576 (SIMATIC 505)
SST
Horner Electric
Siemens, native to SIMATIC
SST-PFB-SLC
HE693PBM100
SST-PFB-PLC5
SST
1747-SDN (SLC 500)
1756-DNB (Logix5550)
Profibus®-DP
505, S5, S7
SST-PFB-GE (90-70)
®
Modbus Plus
ProSoft
Momentum
3300-MBP (SLC 500)
3350-MBP (PLC-5)
Table 6. PLC Fieldbus Adapter Modules
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CE Conformance
Our products are marked ‘CE’ to show conformance with
two European Directives:
EN 50082-2: Generic immunity standard, Part 2:
Industrial environment
The Low Voltage Equipment Directive 73/23/EEC
The EMC Directive 89/336/EEC as amended by
93/68/EEC
In some cases to be compliant with the emissions
requirements of the light industrial environment it will
be necessary to fit an approved mains filter. SCR power
control units are designed to be compatible with only
the industrial environment. See the specific installation instructions of a product for more details.
The Low Voltage Equipment Directive
Products comply with the requirements of the Low
Voltage Equipment Directive by the application of
the following standards;
EMC Installation Guidelines
For Controllers:
EN 61010-1: Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control, and laboratory use
For SCR Units:
EN 50178 (Draft) is used for guidance in the preparation of a Safety Technical File describing the safety
strategy. This file will be endorsed by a Notified Body.
Safety Installation Guidelines
It is essential to follow the detailed instructions found
in the relevant installation manual, but two points are
often overlooked regarding safe installation. Most products are designed to operate in an environment of pollution degree 2, (only dry non conducting dust) and
installation category II, (transients and spikes are limited
to 2.5kV). SCR units are designed to operate in installation category III (transients and spikes are limited to
4.0kv). To achieve this it may be necessary to install the
instruments in a cabinet with a filtered air intake and to
fit transient suppression devices to the mains supply.
The EMC Directive
Technical Construction Files approved by a Competent
Body show that our products comply with the requirements of the EMC Directive. The following generic electromagnetic compatibility standards are referenced in
compliance testing;
EN 50081-1: Generic emission standard, Part 1:
Residential, commercial and light industrial
Although each product will have its own particular
installation instructions there are some general good
wiring principles that will improve the electromagnetic
environment. To help customers with this we have published a booklet, EMC Installation Guidelines, HA025464
which is available on request.
The following are some of the basic principles
described in this document:
•
Create an equipotential ground by interconnecting
all the metal parts of an installation. Ensure there
are good RF connections by using braided cable and
clean, paint free contact areas on metal panels.
Bond panels at several closely spaced positions.
•
Separate power, digital and analog signal cable
types. The ideal way to this is to use separate metal
cable trays. If using a single metal tray then position cables systematically to separate different cable
types.
•
When wiring inside a cabinet or metal enclosure,
keep the cables against the metal panels to benefit
from a screening effect.
•
For very sensitive signal cables or digital communications cables use a screened or double screened
cable.
•
Route outward and return cable together to minimize the loop area of a circuit. Fit snubbers close to
inductive loads.
•
Take care when including filters; Make a good RF
quality ground connection. To avoid crosstalk
bypassing the filter, separate input and output
cables. Keep the input leads short and preferably
shielded.
•
EMC Installation Guide Booklet : HA025464
EN 50082-1: Generic immunity standard, Part 1:
Residential, commercial and light industrial
EN 50081-2: Generic emission standard, Part 2:
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Customer Support
A System of Integrated Customer Support
a world class design and manufacturing facility. The
central facility for the US, Canada and South America is
located in Leesburg, VA.
We recognize the importance of providing our customers
with an integrated system of support services to compliment the products we sell. We have a dedicated support
team whose mission is to provide the customer with a
full range of outstanding support services, stressing continuous improvement and customer satisfaction. The
same standards and practices that have been established
to achieve ISO 9001 certification of the design, development and production facilities extend to our customer
support organization. Whether it’s a product inquiry, an
order status update, an application problem, a repair
question, a documentation request, a start-up issue, a
training schedule or any other subject of customer interest, our customer support team stands ready to provide
the answer.
Our products are made in an ISO 9001 approved facility.
All products sold for delivery in Europe meet international CE standards. Many products sold for delivery in
the US and Canada are UL and cUL approved or registered. Some products used in certain safety applications
carry FM approvals. See the product catalog to determine approvals available on specific product models.
Many products are available with communications
options, which meet open standards for commonly used
industrial protocols, including Modbus®, Profibus®,
DeviceNet™, SPI and others.
A Complete Range of Services
Product Warranty
We offer a complete range of support services including:
Our products come with a product manufacturer warranty on parts and labor. Most products manufactured
by us carry at least a two-year warranty. In most cases,
warranty service is available locally through our worldwide network. Contact us for details on our product
warranty.
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Status of orders and deliveries
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Product technical support
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System technical support
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Applications engineering support
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Installation and commissioning support
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Factory and on-site training
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Warranty and non-warranty repairs
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Spare parts availability
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Calibration services
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Website information
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Fax on demand technical documents
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Application Notes
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Site surveys
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Product technical manuals and documentation
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Electronic documentation
Product Standards
Technical Information
Detailed technical information on the products appearing in this catalog is available. Contact us for any of the
following product information:
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Product brochures and specification sheets
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Product technical manuals
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Wiring or installation information
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Application notes
Note that some technical information is available in
foreign languages.
Website Address
Worldwide Support Network
Technical information on the products of Eurotherm
Controls may be accessed on our website:
www.eurotherm.com
We have an international network of locally based sales
and service engineers in over 30 countries. Capable of
providing local on site assistance, this network is backed
by central repair facilities in major industrial areas and
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Customer Training
Overview of Training Program
Training as Part of a System of Integrated
Customer Support
We recognize the importance of providing our customers with an integrated system of support services to
compliment the products we sell. An important component of these services is a comprehensive training program that focuses on our products and their application
to the control of industrial processes. We are committed
to provide a training program with elements structured
to address the needs of our customers.
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Knowledgeable training and engineering staff
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Convenient scheduled training at our factory facility
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Optional custom courses at the customer site or
remote venue
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Training equipment that emulates plant conditions
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Appropriate documentation
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A mix of product, system, application and skills
training
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An appropriate balance of theory and "hands on"
practical examples
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A complimentary mix of hardware and software
skills
Due to the diverse requirements of our customers, our
training program offers a wide variety of training activities. Regularly scheduled classes on products and applications that are given in the factory with predefined syllabi are announced and published in advance periodically and through the website. Customers may formally
sign up for these courses, which are often repeated at
various times throughout the year. Custom training
designed to fulfill the specific needs of individual customers is also available in the factory, at the customer
site or at other remote venues by special arrangement.
Some of the training courses that are available focus on
the following products of the company or other relevant
technical topics including:
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Discrete Controllers and Indicators
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Multiloop Controllers and I/O Systems
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Power Controllers
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Actuators
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Sensors
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MACO® DS / EM-3 (extrusion, blow molding, injection molding)
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Process Control Instrumentation made by
Eurotherm Process Automation
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PID Control theory
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SCR Control theory
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Digital communications
Who Can Benefit?
Our training courses are designed to serve the technical
requirements of the various types of customers purchasing our products, including End Users, Distributors,
OEM Resellers, System Integrators and Value Added
Resellers (VAR’s). Some of those who can benefit from
this training that are in the organizations of these
diverse customers are:
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Design, System and Instrument Engineers
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Process Supervisors and Operators
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Repair, Maintenance and Test Technicians
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Programmers
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Field Engineers and Installers
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Trainers and Documentation specialists
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Sales and Marketing Personnel
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Training Schedules and General Information
Training enrollment forms, class schedules, course
syllabi, and information about course costs, travel and
local accommodations are available upon request from
our training department. Alternatively, training information is also periodically published and circulated by
the company or is also available on the website,
www.eurotherm.com. We reserve the right to insert,
cancel, reschedule, or modify training courses and
pre-announced schedules to meet the needs of our
customers or of our company. Contact our Training
Department for latest details on courses or schedules.
Instant Access Order Form
For information on products from Eurotherm Controls
SOLITON CONTROLES INDUSTRIAIS LTDA
Rua Alfredo Pujol, 1010 - CEP 02117-002 - Santana - São Paulo - SP.
Tel: 11 - 6950-1834 / Fax: 11 - 6979-8980 - e-mail: [email protected]
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON CATALOG PRODUCTS IS AVA I L A B L E :
❒ S e nd I n f o rm a t i on o n l y
❒ I ne ed a q u ot e
Controllers / Indicators / Alarms
❒ Ha v e a s a l es p e r s o n c a l l
Products for Integrated Solutions
❒ 2100 Series
❒ iTools
❒ MACO® DS/EM3
❒ FOXTRAKER®
❒ 2200e Series
❒ T630
❒ MACO 4000/5000/6000
❒ PC3000
❒ 2400 Series
❒ 90 Series
❒ Eurotherm Suite
❒ 2500/T2900
❒ 800 Series
❒ 2604/2704
❒ 900 Series
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Recorders
❒ Indicator Series
Actuators
❒ FM Alarm Series
❒ 4100 Series
❒ EA Series
❒ Configuration station and softwar e
❒ 300 Series
❒ Accessories
Thermosensors
Power Control Products
Technical Information
❒ Plastic Industry
❒ Class schedules
❒ 400 Series
❒ Industrial Processes
❒ Technical information
❒ TE Series
❒ EMC Filters
❒ Memocal Calibrator
❒ TU Series
❒ PD/CTX
❒ SSDA/SSAA
❒ RSDA/RSAA
❒ REMIO
❒ TC Series
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