KP1000 INE-807

KP1000 INE-807
INST.No.INE-807
Digital Program Controller
KP1000
[General]
Table of Contents
1. Introduction...................................................- 1 -
9. Operation .....................................................- 56 9-1. Confirmations before operation.......................... - 56 -
2. For safe use of the product.........................- 3 -
9-2. Program operation and run operation ............... - 56 -
2-1. Prerequisites for use................................................ - 3 -
9-3. Trial operation ......................................................... - 59 -
2-2. Symbol mark.............................................................. - 3 -
9-4 Constant value operation....................................... - 60 -
2-3. Important .................................................................... - 4 -
9-5. Automatic output operation and manual output operation. - 61 9-6.Precautions during operation............................ - 62 -
3. Model code list..............................................- 5 10. Detailed explanation of main functions - 64 4. Mounting and wiring ....................................- 6 -
10-1 Measurement range.............................................. - 64 -
4-1. External dimensions ............................................... - 6 -
10-2 .Linear scale ........................................................... - 65 -
4-2. Mounting.................................................................... - 7 -
10-3. Alarm mode ........................................................... - 66 -
4-3. Wiring .......................................................................... - 9 -
10-4. Auto tuning ............................................................ - 68 10-5. PID control............................................................. - 69 -
5. Name of various parts...............................- 20 -
10-6 Automatic PID switching system....................... - 70 -
5-1.Entire overview.........................................................- 20 -
10-7. Actuator adjustment of ON-OFF servo type... - 71 -
5-2. Overview of the front panel...................................- 20 -
10-8. Output 2.................................................................. - 72 -
5-3 Front Details..............................................................- 21 -
10-9. Transmission signal output .............................. - 73 10-10. External signal input.......................................... - 74 -
6. Operation screen........................................- 23 -
10-11. External signal output ....................................... - 76 -
6-1. Output display screen............................................- 23 -
10-12. Master slave synchronous operation............ - 77 -
6-2 Time display screen ................................................- 24 -
10-13. Communications interface.............................. - 79 -
6-3 Program pattern overall display screen..............- 24 6-4. Output display screen of output 2 specifications.- 25 -
11. Engineering port .......................................- 80 -
6-5. Operation screen and setting screen .................- 26 -
12.Trouble shooting .......................................- 81 7. Setting screen.............................................- 27 7-1. Basics of setting .....................................................- 27 -
13. Checking and maintenance....................- 83 -
7-2. Mode 0 [Settings of parameters that are being executed] - 29 -
13-1. Checking ................................................................ - 83 -
7-3. Mode 1 [Settings related to operation status] .- 31 -
13-2. Life component..................................................... - 83 -
7-4. Mode 2 [Settings related to program pattern]...- 33 -
13-3. Disposal.................................................................. - 83 -
7-5. Mode 3 [Settings related to PID and alarm].......- 37 7-6. Mode 4 [Settings related to output].....................- 40 -
14. Explanation of terms................................- 84 -
7-7. Mode 5 [Settings related to input] .......................- 43 7-8. Mode 6 [Settings related to time event]..............- 46 -
15. Accessories...............................................- 88 -
7-9. Mode 7 [Settings related to transmission output] - 47 -
15-1. Front protective cover......................................... - 88 -
7-10. Mode 8 [Settings related to communications]- 48 -
15-2. Contact protection element................................ - 88 -
7-11. Mode 11 [Settings related system]....................- 49 7-12. Initializing the setup parameter..........................- 50 -
16. Specifications............................................- 89 -
7-13. Precautions while setting....................................- 51 7-14. Error message.......................................................- 52 -
17. Parameter list ............................................- 93 -
8. Initial settings..............................................- 55 -
18. Parameter directory list ...........................- 99 19. Engineering unit sticker ........................- 101 -
1. Introduction
Thank you for purchasing Digital Program Controller 'KP 1000 series'.
KP 1000 series is Digital Program Controller with indicating accuracy of ±0.1%, control cycle of approximately
0.1 seconds and front size of 96X96mm.
Various functionalities like universal input and storing maximum 19 types of program patterns are provided as
standard provisions. Besides a digital indicator with large easy to view LED display, various settings have an
interactive system due to high resolution dotmatrix LCD display and handling is also easy with precise control.
Understand this controller properly and read this instruction manual beforehand in order to avoid any trouble.
This is a 'General' instruction manual. For specifications regarding communications, read 'Communication'
instruction manual in addition to with this manual.
Request
-For the persons doing instrumentation, installation and sales-
Be sure to handover this instruction manual to the persons using this product.
- For the users of this product -
Preserve this instruction manual until you scrap this product.
Write down and keep the contents of setting.
Notice
1. You should not copy or forward fully or partially this document without prior notice.
2. The contents of this document may be changed without notice.
3. We have taken enough care regarding the contents of this document however if at all you notice a
mistake, contact our nearest office.
4. Please understand that regarding the result of the operation, whatever is the result the company will
not be responsible.
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■Before use
After opening the pack, confirm the following before using the product. Although it is rare but if you notice
anything wrong, contact your dealer or our nearest office.
1. Confirm the exterior
Confirm that the product is not broken on the outer side.
2. Confirm the model code
Confirm that the model code is that of the model that you purchase.
◆Model code label and its location
A label as shown below is pasted on the upper surface of the controller unit.
←Model code
←Serial number
KP1□□□□□□□-□□□
□□□□□□□□□
MADE IN JAPAN
3. Confirm the accessories
The following accessories are attached to the controller, confirm them.
Name
Quantity
Remarks
Mounting bracket
2 (1 set)
For panel mounting
Contact protection element
1
Attached to ON-OFF servo type specifications
only
Instruction manual
(General)
1
This document
Instruction manual
(Communications interface)
1
Attached to communications specifications only
(in CD-R)
When accessories are requested separately, sometimes those are also attached.
Attention
1. Do not drop the instrument while taking it out of the box.
2. When transporting this instrument, pack the instrument in the box and then put it with cushions in another
box. We recommend keeping the box for transport.
3. When not using the instrument for a while after taking it from the panel, put the instrument in the box and
store at room temperature and in a dust free atmosphere.
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2. For safe use of the product
In order to use this product safely, read the following precautions and understand them.
2-1. Prerequisites for use
This product is a general product of component type that is to be used by mounting it in a panel for
instrumentation inside a room. Do not use it in any other condition.
When using, design a fail safe on the final product side and review regularly and use the controller after
confirming the safety of the system. For the wiring, adjustment and operation of this product contact a professional
having knowledge of instrumentation.
It is necessary that the people actually using this controller read this instruction manual, and have enough
understanding of various precautions and the basic operations of this product.
2-2. Symbol mark
The following symbol marks are used in the product itself and in this instruction manual hence understand the
meaning of these symbol marks properly.
Symbol mark
Meaning
Warning
If there is a possibility of death or severe injuries then explain the precautions to
avoid that possibility.
Precaution
If there is a possibility of small injuries or a possibility of this product or its nearby
devices getting damaged then explain the precautions to avoid those possibilities.
It is a symbol for ground terminal. Always connect the ground terminal to protective
grounding.
Warning
Perchlorate Material
This instrument uses battery with Perchlorate Material.
Special handling may apply, see
http://www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate
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2-3. Important
Warning
In order to avoid severe accidents always read these contents and understand them.
1. Confirm the power supply voltage and wiring
Before supplying the power to the instrument, check that the wiring is correct, power supply voltage
matches with the rated voltage and grounding is done.
2. Install over current protection device
This product does not have a power supply switch. In the power supply of this product, install an over
current protection device (Breaker etc.) that matches the rating specifications.
3. Protection of terminal
To prevent electric shock, provide the terminal of this product with safety measures such that the user will
not directly be able to touch the final product.
4. Installing the safety device
Regarding the use of a device that anticipates a big loss due to failure of this product and the peripheral
devices, always install a safety device for preventing these losses and implement fail safe design in the
final product. Do not use it in important utilities facilities in which human life, atomic energy, aviation,
space etc, are involved.
5. Do not put your hands inside this product
Do not put your hand and tool inside this product. You may get an injury or an electric shock.
6. Power cut off in case of suspicion
If there is an offensive smell, a strange noise or smoke or if the temperature increases abnormally, it is
very risky hence cut off the power supply immediately and contact the dealer or our nearest office.
7. Prohibiting repairing and remodeling
If repairing or remodeling is necessary, contact the dealer or our nearest office. Only the service
engineers appointed by our company will change the parts, do the repairing and remodeling.
8. Strictly follow the instruction manual
In order to use this product correctly and safely, follow this instruction manual. Please understand
beforehand that our company will not at all be responsible for any claims for injury, damage and passive
damage due to wrong use of the product.
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3. Model code list
KP1 ④ ⑤ ⑥ C ⑧ ⑨ ⑩ - ⑫ ⑬ ⑭
④ Input signal
⑩ External drive input*
0: Universal input
0: None
4: 4-wire resistance thermometer
5: 4 time signal outputs + end signal + 3 external drive inputs
6: 5 time signal outputs + 3 external drive inputs
⑤ Control mode (Output number 1)
7: 4 status signal outputs + 4 external drive inputs
1: ON-OFF pulse type PID
8: 3 external drive inputs + Pattern select input
2: ON-OFF servo type PID (Standard specification)
T: 5 time signal outputs
3: Current output type PID
N: 4 status signal outputs + End signal
5: SSR drive pulse type PID
D: 4 external drive inputs
6: Voltage output type PID
P: Pattern select input
8: ON-OFF servo type PID (Very little load specifications)
M: 4 time signal outputs + End signal
⑥ Control mode (Output number 2)*
⑫ Case color
0: None
G: Gray
1: ON OFF pulse type PID method
*1
3: Current output type PID method
*1
5: SSR drive pulse type PID metho
*1
6: Voltage output type PID method
*1
B: Black
⑬ IP54 panel sealing specifications and terminal cover*
0: None
1: Terminal cover
⑧ Communication interface*
2: IP54 panel sealing specifications+No terminal cover exists
0: None
3: IP54 panel sealing specifications+Terminal cover
R: RS232C
⑭ Power supply voltage
A: RS422A
A: 100-240V (AC)
S: RS485
D: 24V (AC/DC)
T: 5 time signal output
N: 4 status signal outputs + End signal
D: 4 external drive inputs
P: Pattern select input
M: 4 time signal output + End signal
⑨ Transmission signal output*
0: None
1: 4-20mA
2: 0-1V
3: 0-10V
4: Other
T: 5 time signal outputs
N: 4 status signal outputs + End signal
D: 4 external drive inputs
P: Pattern select input
M: 4 time signal output + End signal
*Option
*1: Control mode (output number 1) can be selected from 1, 3, 5, 6.
Note: Common options of zone 1,2,3 are designated priority
form zone 3 ordering [T], [N], [D], [P], [M]
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4. Mounting and wiring
4-1. External dimensions
120
7
96
115
96
91×91
Mounting bracket
7
115
88×88
91×91
Terminal cover
120
147
Unit: mm
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4-2. Mounting
4-2-1. Panel cutout and mounting method
1.Usual mounting method
① Insert this product in panel cutout.
② Fit in the attached mounting bracket above and below and tighten the screws with the driver and fix it.
When the screws are tightened the torque is '0.6 – 0.8 Nm'.
③ For IP54 panel sealing specifications, confirm that the gasket between product and panels is correct.
Take care because if the gasket drifts or if there is a gap, the mounting is not proper and the water proofing
function does not work.
Mounting
120
bracket
120
92 +0.8
0
Panel
Controller
+0.8
0
92
Panel cut
Unit:mm
2. Closed instrumentation
92
+0.8
0
① Insert this product in panel cutout.
② Fit in the attached mounting bracket above and below and tighten the screws with the driver and fix it.
When the screws are tightened the torque is '0.6 - 0.8 Nm'.
③ At the time of closed instrumentation, even in the product of IP54 panel sealing specifications, as the
gasket functionality between the product and the panel is lost, water proofing functionality does not work.
96×N-4
+2
0
Unit:mm
N: Number of mounted instruments
Panel cutout for closed instrumentation
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4-2-2. Installation condition
Precaution
In order to avoid accidents always read and understand these contents.
1. Environment
① In a room.
② Away from direct sunlight.
③ Away from high temperatures.
④ Where there are no vibrations and shocks.
⑤ Away from liquids (water etc.).
⑥ Away from condensation.
⑦ Under 'Excess voltage category Ⅱ, Pollution level 2' based on EN standards.
2.Atmosphere
① Away from strong noise, static electricity, electric field, magnetic field etc.
② Surrounding temperature within -10 to 50°C (Less than 40°C in case of closed instrumentation),
surrounding humidity within 10-90% RH.
③ Variation in temperature is less.
④ Away from corrosive gas, explosive gas, ignition gas and combustible gas.
⑤ Away from salt, iron and conductive material (Carbon, iron etc.).
⑥ Away from steam, oil and chemicals etc.
⑦ Away from dust etc.
⑧ Away from the surroundings where high temperature is generated.
⑨ Away from places where temperature remains stored.
⑩ Upper part of the product that has a large space.
⑪ Away from wind.
3. Mounting position
① Installation height is less than 2,000 m above the sea level.
② Mounting position is approximately 1.5m (Approximately eye level position of a person).
③ Mounting orientation longitudinal tilting is less than ±10° lateral tilting is less than ±10°.
4. Other
① Do not wipe this product with an organic solvent (like alcohol).
② To avoid malfunctioning of this product, do not use cell phones in its vicinity.
③ An obstacle may be created for television and radio sets placed near this product.
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4-3. Wiring
4-3-1. Terminal number and functionality
Depending on the product specifications, there are also places where terminal screw is not provided.
Option terminal
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
19
26
35
2
13
20
27
36
14
21
28
37
3
15
22
29
38
4
16
23
30
39
5
17
24
31
40
6
18
25
32
41
33
42
34
43
7
9
10
11
8
Ground terminal and power supply terminal
1. Power supply terminal
① General power supply specifications
Terminal
number
⑨

⑩
Ⓝ
⑪
Ⓛ

100-240VAC
(50/60Hz)
② 24V power supply specification
Terminal
number
For 24 V DC
⑨

⑩

⑪

For 24 V AC

+
Ⓝ
24VDC
Ⓛ
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
24VAC
(50/60Hz)
Alarm terminal
Alarm terminal
12
Output terminal
Input terminal
1
2. Input terminal
Terminal
number
Thermocouple
Voltage mV
①
②

③

Voltage mV
(Range No.35)
(Range No.37)
Current mA
(Range No.36)




④
⑤

Note) Do the wiring only for the specified terminals.
Note) For current mA, short circuit ③ and ⑤.
3.Output terminal
① ON-OFF pulse type
Terminal
number
Internal circuit
Output 1
Output 2

N.C.
Ⓗ

COM.
Ⓒ

N.O.
Ⓛ

N.C.
Ⓗ

COM.
Ⓒ

N.O.
Ⓛ
② ON-OFF servo type
Terminal
number
Internal circuit

CLOSE
M3

OPEN
M2

COM.
M1

OPEN
R1

COM.
RC

CLOSE
R2
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Resistance
thermometer
(3 wire)
Resistance
thermometer
(4 wire)
Ⓐ
Ⓐ
Ⓐ
Ⓑ
Ⓑ
Ⓑ
Ⓑ
③ Current output type, SSR drive pulse type, Voltage output type
Terminal
number
Output 1
Current output
type
SSR drive pulse type
Voltage output
type

















Output 2

4. Alarm terminal
Terminal
number
Internal circuit
⑥
AL1
⑦
AL2
⑧
COM

AL3

AL4

COM
Note) Common (COM) terminal is common in AL1/AL2 and Common (COM) terminal is common in AL3/AL4.
5. Option terminal
① Zone 1
Terminal
number
Communication
RS232C
Communication
RS422A
Communication
RS485
⑫
RD
RDA
SA
⑬
SD
RDB
SB
⑭
SG
SDA
SG
⑮
SDB
⑯
SG
⑰
⑱
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Terminal
number
Time signal 5
points
Status signal 4
points +
End signal
Select pattern input
Time signal 4
points +
End signal
⑫
TS1
RUN/STOP
PTN10
TS1
⑬
TS2
ADV
WAIT
PTN 8
TS2
⑭
TS3
RESET
RESET
PTN 4
TS3
⑮
TS4
WAIT
ADV
PTN 2
TS4
⑯
TS5
END
RUN/STOP
PTN 1
END
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
External drive input
4 points
⑰
⑱
② Zone 2
Time signal 5
points
Status signal 4
points +
End signal
⑲
TS1
RUN/STOP
⑳
TS2
ADV
TS3
Terminal
number
Transmission
signal output





Select pattern
input
Time signal 4
points +
End signal
PTN10
TS1
WAIT
PTN 8
TS2
RESET
RESET
PTN 4
TS3
TS4
WAIT
ADV
PTN 2
TS4
TS5
END
RUN/STOP
PTN 1
END
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
External drive
input 4 points


③ Zone 3
Terminal number
Time signal 4 points +
End signal +
External drive input 3
points
Time signal 5 points +
External drive input 3
points
Status signal 4 points +
External drive input 4
points
Select pattern input +
External drive input 3
points

TS1
TS1
RUN/STOP
PTN10

TS2
TS2
ADV
PTN 8

TS3
TS3
RESET
PTN 4

TS4
TS4
WAIT
PTN 2

END
TS5
WAIT
PTN 1

RESET
RESET
RESET
RESET

ADV
ADV
ADV
ADV

RUN/STOP
RUN/STOP
RUN/STOP
RUN/STOP

COM
COM
COM
COM
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Terminal
number
Time signal 5
points
Status signal 4
points +
End signal

TS1
RUN/STOP

TS2
ADV

TS3


External drive input
4 points
Select pattern input
Time signal 4
points + End signal
PTN10
TS1
WAIT
PTN 8
TS2
RESET
RESET
PTN 4
TS3
TS4
WAIT
ADV
PTN 2
TS4
TS5
END
RUN/STOP
PTN 1
END
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM




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4-3-2. Basics of wiring
In order to avoid accidents always read and understand these contents.
Precaution
1.Connecting to the terminal
① For wiring of terminal use crimp style terminal with insulating sleeve. Always use O type terminal to
secure safety of power supply terminal and grounding terminal. For other types of terminals also we
recommend that you use O type terminal.
B
O Type
Size
A
A: 3.7 mm or more
Insulation sleeve
B: Less than 7.0 mm
Y Type
B
A
Insulation sleeve
② Tightening torque of terminal screw is '0.6 - 0.8Nm'. If a torque exceeding this value is applied, terminal
screw section will be damaged, hence take care.
2. Power supply terminal
① In power supply, place the over current protection device and switch that conforms to the ratings of the
controller within 3m so that they are easily reachable.
Within 3 m
Controller
Power supply
Over circuit
protection device
Switch
② Use a power supply with 600V vinyl insulation electric line (rating more than 1A AC) and an equal or
greater electric wire.
③ To avoid malfunctioning use good quality single phase power supply with little voltage change, wave form
distortion and noise. If the noise is loud use noise filter and insert insulation transformer etc.
④ There is a little leakage of current flow in case or rated power supply hence take care. Leaking current is
approximately 1mA.
Warning
To avoid serious accidents always cut off the power supply and then do then wiring.
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3. Input terminal
① Maximum permitted input of input terminal is as follows. Take care of not applying the input that exceeds
these values. If an input that exceeds the range is applied, the product may get out of order or its
performance may deteriorate remarkably or it may malfunction.
・Thermocouple, voltage mV, voltage V : Less than ±20V
・Resistance thermometer
: Less than 500Ω or Less than ±5V.
・Current mA
: Less than ±30mA or Less than ±7.5 m.
② Parallel connection of input is not allowed. Not only measurement error occurs, but also stable control is
not performed and an error occurs in the entire system.
③ For thermocouple, do the wiring up to the input terminal of the product by a thermocouple or compensation
lead wire.0
④ To avoid measurement error for resistance thermometer, use cable such that resistance value of each wire
is equal. Take care as burn out is not provided for 4-wire resistance thermometer.
⑤ When connecting a protection device like zenner barrier for input protection, sometimes a big
measurement error may occur. Confirm the combination with protection device and maintain the allowable
signal source resistance and allowable wire resistance of the controller.
4.Output terminal
① Use an output terminal within the rating range. If a load that is out of range is connected, product may get
out of order, its performance may show a remarkable deterioration or it may malfunction.
② For relay output terminal of ON-OFF pulse type and ON-OFF servo type connect the load through buffer
relay. For contact protection of product internal relay and for noise reduction always insert a contact
protection device on the coil side of the buffer relay. In the controller also, a small type of contact protection
device is built-in for internal relay protection. Take care because a small leak current flows through this
contact protection device and load voltage.
Leak current is approximately 2mA when load voltage is 200V AC and it is approximately 1mA when load
voltage is 100V AC.
5. Alarm terminal
① Use the alarm terminal within the rating range. If a load that is out of range is applied, product may get out
of order, its performance may show a remarkable deterioration or it may malfunction.
② For alarm terminal always connect the load through buffer relay. For contact protection of product internal
relay and for noise reduction always insert a contact protection device on the coil side of the buffer relay.
6. Option terminal
① Use the option terminal within the rating range. If a load that is out of range is applied, product may get
out of order, its performance may show a remarkable deterioration or it may malfunction.
Precaution
① If a power supply that is out of range is connected, product may get out of order,
its performance may show a remarkable deterioration or it may malfunction.
② If an excess current or excess voltage is applied to input output of the controller,
it may get out of order, its performance may show a remarkable deterioration or
it may malfunction.
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4-3-3. Example of wiring
1. ON-OFF servo type wiring
ON-OFF servo type is connected with a motor. Refer to the terminal diagram of the motor that uses three
terminals of control relay output and three terminals of feedback input and do the wiring.
Z: Contact protection device
35 (Close)
×
36 (Open)
×
×
M3
×
M2
×
M1
Z
Control relay
output
M
Z
Feedback input
Power
supply
37 (Common)
×
38 (Open)
×
×
R1
39 (Common)
×
×
RC
40 (Close)
×
×
R2
[The controller]
Feedback
resistance
[Control motor]
In the above diagram, the controller and control motor manufactured by our company are directly connected
however, while actually connecting always insert a buffer relay and then connect. Furthermore, always connect a
contact protection device in control relay output terminal.
The contact protection device attached to the controller is for the motor (For load current 700 mA and above).
When connecting with buffer relay, use a contact protection device for light load. If contact protection device of
the attachment is used in buffer relay, operation defect occurs due to leak current.
For your reference symbolic name list of motors of various companies is given below.
Symbolic name list of motors of various companies
Toho Products
Shin Nippon
Keisetsu
Products
Japan Servo
Products
Yamatake
Products
M3
S
S
T2
1
M2
O
O
T1
2
M1
C
C
T3
3
R1
BM
B
B
Y
RC
RM
R
R
T
R2
WM
W
W
G
Chino
Products
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2. Relay output wiring example
In relay outputs like ON-OFF pulse type, ON-OFF servo type and alarm output, always load and connect
through buffer relay and contact protection device.
Z: Contact protection device
×
Z
Load
Power
×
supply
[The controller]
Buffer relay
~
Contact protection device is handled in our company also (See 15. Accessories).
When power supply is an alternating power supply, and when CR compound device and power supply are
direct current type, diode is generally used.
3. Wiring example of external signal input
DI
In the figure on the left
approximately 5V and 2mA
is applied. Take care about
the contact capacity.
DI
COM
[The controller]
Pattern number selection from external signal input and program operation from external drive input can be
done by short circuiting the specified external drive input terminal and common (COM) terminal. Generally the
operation is done by using switch or relay however, it can also be done by open collector signal of peripheral
equipments.
4. Wiring example of external signal output
DO
Load (50mA max)
DO
Load (50mA max)
COM
[The controller]
-
+
+
+
Rated scope of open collector signal
is direct current load,
maximum voltage 24VDC, maximum
current less than 50mA. Take care
about the load capacity.
Direct current
power supply
Various external signal outputs (Time signal and status signal) are output using open collector signal. If power
supply other than alternate power supply and load other than the rated scope is applied, the controller may
become out of order or its performance may deteriorate or it may malfunction.
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In open collector signal, if the load capacity is small, refer to the following and connect to the load through buffer
relay. In order to reduce noise, insert contact protection device on the coil side of buffer relay.
Z: Contact protection device
×
Z
×
-
Load
+
+
Direct current
power supply
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Buffer relay
~
4-3-4. Precautions while wiring
Warning
In order to avoid accidents always read and understand these contents.
1. Wiring is done by professional
Wiring is to be done by a person having actual experience and basic knowledge of instrumentation.
2. Put the terminal cover
In order to ensure safety, after the wiring is done, take measures so as to prevent direct contact with the
terminal of the product.
Exclusive terminal cover of the controller is available as accessory (Sold separately).
3. Keep away from strong electric circuit and from noise source
In order to prevent bad effect due to noise, do not place the controller near a device from which noise is
generated (magnet relay, motor, thyristor regulator, invertor etc.). Also avoid passing the wiring of the
controller and that of noise generating devices through the same duct. Always keep the wiring away from
each other. Take the necessary countermeasures against noise.
4. Careful about connecting ground terminal
Good grounding is important for reliability of the instrument. In most cases, it is better that each instrument
is connected at a point. When connected separately, it is easy to get a bad effect due to noise. Check the
connecting route.
5. Keep away from heat generating sources
In order to avoid bad effect due to high temperature, do not install the controller near heat generating
sources. If the controller is kept near any heat generating source, measurement goes wrong and finally the
life of the product is shortened. Take care about the surrounding temperature of the controller.
Avoid places where there is wind and sudden temperature change, it also causes an error in measurement.
Take necessary measures to avoid such surrounding environment.
6. Unused terminal
Do not connect anything to the unused terminal. Product may get out of order.
7. Countermeasures against erroneous output when power is supplied
When power is supplied, sometimes the output related signal may be momentarily output when the
controller is starting normally. Take the necessary countermeasures by using an external circuit.
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5. Name of various parts
Terminal
5-1.Entire overview
Front panel
5-2. Overview of the front panel
 Precaution
Upper display
This internal rack
fixing screw is used
at the time of
maintenance.
Customers please
do not touch it.
Lower display
Key switch panel
Lower cover
Engineering port
Name
Function
Upper display window
Displays PV, SV and each status.
Lower display window
Displays operation screen and settings screen.
It is used for each setting. When power is supplied or any of the key is clicked
key back light (blue) lights (At the time of initial settings). When no key
Key switch panel
operation is done for approximately 30 seconds or more, the back light goes
off automatically. This back light is illuminated till the end and brightness is
uneven hence the blue color has a bright part.. However it does not hinder the
functionality of the product hence use it as it is.
Engineering port
Lower cover
Settings from PC can be done after connecting the exclusive engineering
cable.
When using engineering port open the lower cover.
At other times keep it closed tightly.
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5-3 Front Details
5-3-1 Upper display
Name
Function
PV
Displays PV (measurement value).
SV
Displays SV (setting value).
PTN
Displays the pattern number that is being selected.
Blink when PTA is changed.
STP
Displays the step number that is being executed.
At the time of real temperature compensation operation, the numeral of the
number blinks.
RUN
Lights during RUN status.
Blink when condition is FAST.
STOP
Lights during STOP status.
Blink when condition is WAIT for external signal input.
RESET
Lights during RESET status.
CONST
Lights during constant value operation.
WAIT
Lights when alarm output is released (reset).
Lights during the wait status during the wait alarm.
Blinks at the time of waiting time alarm activation.
REM
Lights during the run operation due to external drive input.
(Lights when selected except 'MASTER KEY' in 'program drive system' of
mode 1 of specifications with external drive input only, and lights when
selected except ‘KEY’ in ‘pattern selection mode’ )
ERR
Lights in case of abnormality in taking the input.
AT
Lights during auto tuning operation.
MAN1
Lights when output 1 is manual output operation.
MAN2
Lights when output 2 is manual output operation.
TS1-TS8
Lights when time signal from TS1 to TS5 is ON.
AL1-AL4
Lights when alarm from AL1 to AL4 is ON.
FNC
Lights when  key is clicked.
It is operation key mode when FNC lights.
If  key is switched again, lights of FNC are switched OFF.
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5-3-2. Key switch panel
Name
Function

・If this key is clicked in case of operation screen, it is run operation key mode.
(For example, in operation screen if  key is clicked after clicking the  key,
it becomes RUN status.)
・If this key is clicked in case of setting screen, it is setting operation key mode
and operates to move the cursor backwards.

・In case of run operation key mode, it operates as RUN key.
(For example, in operation screen, if  key is clicked after clicking the 
key, it becomes the RUN status.)
・If this key is clicked in case of setting screen, it is setting operation key mode
and it is used in switching between operation screen and mode 0 of mode
screen, and from setting screen to mode screen.

・In case of run operation key mode, it operates as STOP key.
(For example, in operation screen, if  key is clicked after clicking the  key,
it becomes STOP status.)
・If this key is clicked in case of operation screen, it is used in switching of
operation screen. If this key is clicked in case of setting screen, it becomes
the setting operation key mode and is used in switching of setting screen.

・In case of operation key mode, it operates as ADV key.
(For example, in operation screen, if  key is clicked after clicking the  key,
it becomes the advance operation.)
・If this key is clicked in case of settings screen, it becomes setting operation key
mode and is used in cursor forwarding and selecting items.

・In case of operation key mode, it operates as RESET key.
(For example, in operation screen if  key is clicked after clicking the  key,
it becomes the RESET status.)
・If this key is clicked in case of settings screen, it becomes the settings
operation key mode and is used in descending order of setting value (set
items).

・In case of run operation key mode, it operates as PTN key.
(For example, in operation screen, during RESET, if  key is clicked after
clicking the  key, it becomes the pattern number selection status. At that
time screen display of PTN blinks.)
・If this key is clicked in case of setting screen, it becomes the settings operation
key mode and is used in ascending order of set value ( or set items).

・In case of operation key mode, it operates as A/M key.
(For example in operation screen of output display, during automatic output
operation, if  key is clicked after clicking the  key, it becomes manual
output operation status.)
・If this key is clicked in case of setting screen, it becomes the settings operation
key mode and is used in registering the settings.
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6. Operation screen
In case of lower display, operation screen and settings screen are displayed however, output screen has an
output display screen whose display contents differ depending on the output format of the product, a time display
screen that displays the progress time of program pattern, and a overall display screen.
6-1. Output display screen
Output display screen
[ON-OFF pulse type]
[SSR drive pulse type]
ÚThe above is a dummy display,
actually,
and
do not illuminate simultaneously.
[Current output type]
[Voltage output type]
Description of screen
① On the left bottom, a snap display of three steps, the
executing step in the middle and its previous and the next
step are displayed. In case of RUN status, the executing step
in the middle blinks.
② When output is ON,
lights and when output is
OFF,
lights.
③ Displays MV (output value) digitally.
④ In case of manual output operation (manual output), 'M' is
displayed on the right side of 'OUT'.
① On the left bottom, a snap display of three steps, the
executing step in the middle and its previous and the next
step are displayed. In case of RUN status, the executing step
in the middle blinks.
② Displays bar graph corresponding to the output value.
③ Displays MV (output value) digitally.
④ In case of manual output operation (manual output), 'M' is
displayed on the right side of 'OUT'.
[ON-OFF servo type]
ÚThe above is a dummy display,
actually,
and
do not illuminate
simultaneously.
① On the left bottom, a snap display of three steps, the
executing step in the middle and its previous and the next
step are displayed. In case of RUN status, the executing step
in the middle blinks.
② When close side signal is ON
lights and when
open side signal is ON
lights.
When both the signals are OFF nothing is illuminated.
③ Displays MV (output value) digitally.
④ Displays feedback value (extent of valve opening) digitally.
⑤ In case of manual output operation (manual output), 'M' is
displayed on the left side of 'OUT'.
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6-2 Time display screen
Time display screen
[Elapsed time display]
[Remaining time display]
Description of screen
① On the left bottom, a snap display of three steps, the
executing step in the middle and its previous and the next
step are displayed. In case of RUN status, the executing step
in the middle blinks.
② On the upper side is the bar graph corresponding to the
progress time of program pattern and on the lower right its
progress time is displayed digitally.
③ Progress time selects arbitrarily from four types from [Time
display system] of mode 1.
STP・・・Executing step display
PTN・・・Executing pattern display
Time format (H:M) is automatically changed/displayed
depending on the length of time of pattern or step.
Time display format can also be changed by using  key.
6-3 Program pattern overall display screen
Time display screen
Description of screen
[Condition of program RESET]
[Condition of program RUN]
[Condition of program unsetting]
① It is program pattern which is set at mode 2, and brief
program pattern of selected setting number is displayed.
② When it is Run condition, blinking bar is displayed and the
bar moves according to status.
③ If put in the STOP condition, bar is turned brink to light and
stop when program is stopped.
④ Indicate horizontal axis is time and vertical axis is SV.
When program pattern is not set, display [PATTERN NO
SETTING].
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6-4. Output display screen of output 2 specifications
For output 2 specifications, unlike output display screen of normal output 1 specifications, output display screen
is displayed for each output.
Output display screen of output 1
Output display screen of output 2
[ON-OFF pulse type]
[SSR drive pulse type]
[ON-OFF pulse type]
[SSR drive pulse type]
[Current output type]
[Voltage output type]
[Current output type]
[Voltage output type]
① Operation screen of output 1 becomes 'OUT1' after adding '1' on the right of 'OUT' and
thus indicates that it is an operation screen for output 1. Similarly, operation screen of
output 2 becomes 'OUT2' after adding '2' on the right of 'OUT' and thus indicates that it
is an operation screen for output 2.
② Switch the output 1 operation screen and output 2 operation screen by using  key.
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6-5. Operation screen and setting screen
Relation between operation screen and settings screen is as follows.
Operation screen
Setting screen
 ・・・

[Operation screen of output 1]
[Mode screen of mode 0]


[Operation screen of output 2]
[Settings screen of time and SV that is being executed]
Ú Displayed only for output 2 specifications.


・・・
[Operation screen of time display]

[Operation screen of program overall display]

[Operation screen of output 1]
① When power is supplied and after initial message is displayed first of all the operation screen is
displayed.
② In the settings screen if no key operation is done for around three minutes or more, it automatically
returns to the operation screen.
However, for 'auto tuning' settings screen of mode 1, when auto tuning is executing etc., it may
sometimes not return to the automatic operation screen.
③ Operation screen displayed lastly (either of output display screen, time display screen, or program
pattern overall display screen) is stored and that operation screen is displayed after returning from
power supply insertion or settings screen.
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7. Setting screen
7-1. Basics of setting
7-1-1. Call up the setting screen
① Setting screen is grouped for every mode as mentioned in '1.8 Parameter directory list table'. Confirm
number and the mode of the settings screen that is to be call up.
② Switching between operation screen and mode screen is done by  key, mode screen is selected by 
 key and setting screen is selected by using  key from mode screen respectively.
Operation
screen


 ・・・




・・・
・・・
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7-1-2. Basic operation of settings screen
In the settings screen, numeric value is changed and field is selected by using    key and settings are
completed by clicking  key.
Example of basic operation
1. Example of setting a numeric
value
① By using   key the cursor is moved to the digit whose numeric
value that is to be changed..
② By using   key the desired numeric value is selected.
At that time, '?' mark is put.
③ The value is registered by using the  key.
At that time '?' disappears.
2. Example (1) of setting a field
① By using   key the desired field is selected.
At that time '?' mark is put.
② The field is registered by using the  key.
At that time '?' mark disappears.
3. Example (2) of setting a field
① By using   key the desired field is selected.
At that time '?' mark is put.
② The field is registered by using the  key.
At that time '?' mark disappears.
A convenient key operation method is given below in order to speed up the settings operation more.
1. Fast forwarding the cursor
① Usually, cursor moves by one digit by using  key, however by using the  key, the cursor can be
moved by, set field unit.
② For example in the following PID settings screen, when  key is clicked, the cursor moves as shown
below.
'Left most digit of the numeric value of P that is set'
'No.'



'Left most digit of the numeric
value of D that is set'
'Left most digit of the numeric
value of I that is set'

2. Rewinding the cursor
Usually by using the  key, the cursor moves by one digit from left to right, however by clicking the  key,
the cursor can be moved from right to left.
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7-2. Mode 0
Mode 0 changes the setting of main parameters that are being executed.
Settings screen
Description of the screen
1. Mode screen
① Mode 0 screen.
② By clicking the   key, 'Lock' and 'NoDisp' is displayed.
[Lock status]
③ For mode 0 settings screen, if setting change is to be prohibited
select 'Lock' .
④ When doing the settings by communications, set all the mode
screens to 'Lock' .
[Display OFF status]
⑤ When settings screen of mode 0 is not displayed, 'NoDisp' is
displayed.
2.SV that is being executed
and time
① SV of the executing step and the time can be changed.
② Setting range of SV is within the measurement scope of mode 5.
③ Change in the setting of this screen is not reflected in the setting
contents of 'Program pattern' of mode 2 and is a change only for
that time.
3. PID that is being executed
① PID of the executing step can be changed.
② Change in the setting of this screen is not reflected in the setting
contents of '16 types PID' of mode 3 and is a change only for that
time.
4. Output 2 PID that is being
executed
① Displayed only output 2 specification.
② Output 2 PID of the executing step can be changed.
③ Change in the setting of this screen is not reflected in the setting
contents of 'Output 2 PID' of mode 3 and is a change only for that
time.
5. Alarm 1 and Alarm 2 that are
① Alarm 1 and Alarm 2 of the executing step can be changed.
being executed
② Change in the setting of this screen is not reflected in the setting
contents of 'Alarm 1 and Alarm 2' of mode 3 and is a change only for
that time.
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6. Alarm 3 and Alarm 4 that are ① Alarm 3 and Alarm 4 of the executing step can be changed.
② Change in the setting of this screen is not reflected in the setting
being executed
contents of 'Alarm 3 and Alarm 4' of mode 3 and is a change only for
that time.
7. Output limiter that is being
executed
① Output limiter of the executing step can be changed.
② Change in the setting of this screen is not reflected in the setting
contents of 'Output limiter 8 types' of mode 4 and is a change only
for that time.
③ For output scale specification (option) instead of output limiter,
[output scale specification] (right below figure) is displayed.
[Output scale specification]
*Option
8. Output variation limiter that is
being executed
① Output variation limiter of the executing step can be changed.
② Change in the setting of this screen is not reflected in the setting
contents of 'Output variation limiter 8 types' of mode 4 and is a
change only for that time.
9. Sensor correction
① Sensor correction of the executing step can be changed.
② Change in the setting of this screen is not reflected in the setting
contents of 'Sensor correction 8 types' of mode 5 and is a change
only for that time.
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7-3. Mode 1
Mode 1 performs the setting related to operation status.
Settings screen
Description of the screen
1. Mode screen
① Mode 1 screen.
② By clicking the ・ key, 'Lock' and 'NoDisp' is displayed.
[Lock status]
[Display off status]
③ For mode 1 settings screen, if setting change is to be prohibited
select 'Lock'.
④ When doing the settings by communications, set all the mode
screens to 'Lock'.
⑤ When settings screen of mode 1 is not displayed, 'NoDisp' is
displayed.
2. Run operation key lock
① Run operation key can be locked.
② If 'UNLOCK' is selected, lock is released and  becomes enabled
and operation can be done by key.
③ If 'LOCK' is selected, lock status,  is disabled and run operation
cannot be done by key.
3. Release alarm output
① In case of temporarily releasing the alarm output that is activated, if
'RESET' is set, alarm output is released.
② At that time the cursor immediately returns to 'NON' and WAIT of
upper display is illuminated.
③ In release (WAIT) status, if you once slip off from alarm activation
condition, WAIT becomes non illuminated and you return to the
normal status.
④ For all the four points of alarm output there is a common setting
hence take care.
4. Auto tuning
① Performs auto tuning (automatic calculation) of PID.
② Set the desired AT type from AT1 to 3 and execute.
・AT1: AT in SV that is being executed (For output 1).
・AT2: AT in 8 types SV for AT2 of mode 3 (For output 1).
・AT3: AT in 8 types SV for AT3 of mode 3 (For output 1).
③ If auto tuning is started, AT progress status (STEP 1 to STEP 4) is
displayed.
④ If you want to stop auto tuning in between, set 'END'.
⑤ PID that is calculated by auto tuning can be confirmed by setting
screen of each PID.
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5. Program drive system
① Only the specifications with external drive input or with
communication are displayed.
② Set program drive system.
③ If 'MASTER KEY' is selected, driving is done by front key.
④ If 'MASTER EXT' is selected, driving is done by external drive input,
however, it can be selected only for specifications with external
drive input.
⑤ If 'SLAVE EXT' is selected, driving is done by external drive input
synchronized with the others. However, it can be selected only for
specifications with external drive input.
⑥ If 'MASTER COM' is selected, driving is done by communication.
However it can be selected only for specifications with
communication.
6. Pattern selection system
① Only the specifications with external drive input or with
communication are displayed.
② Pattern selection system is set.
③ If 'KEY' is selected, selection is done using front key.
④ If 'EXT' is selected, selection is done using external drive signal
input. However it can be selected only for specifications with
external drive input.
⑤ If 'COM' is selected, selection is done using communication.
However only the specifications with communication can be
selected.
7. Time display system
① Sets the time display system of operation screen (Time display).
② If 'PASS STEP' is selected, elapsed time of the executing step is
displayed.
③ If 'PASS PATTERN' is selected, elapsed time of executing pattern is
displayed.
④ If 'REMAIN STEP' is selected, remaining time of the executing step
is displayed.
⑤ If 'REMAIN PATTERN' is selected, remaining time of executing
pattern is displayed.
⑥ In the time display screen of section 6-2, time display system can
also be changed by  key.
8. Control format
① Set the control format.
② If 'PROGRAM' is selected, it becomes the program operation.
③ If 'CONST' is selected, it becomes a constant value operation.
When the program is operating if constant value operation is
considered, then it becomes a constant value operation in SV.
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7-4. Mode 2
Mode 2 performs the setting related to SV.
Settings screen
Description of the screen
1. Mode screen
① Mode 2 screen.
② By clicking the ・ key, 'Lock' and 'No Disp' is displayed.
[Lock status]
③ For mode 2 settings screen, if setting change is to be prohibited
select 'Lock'.
[Display OFF status]
④ When doing the settings by communications, set all the mode
screens to
'Lock'.
⑤ When settings screen of mode 2 is not displayed, select 'NoDisp'.
2. Program pattern
① Set the time and SV which is the basis of program pattern.
② 'PTN' indicates (program) pattern, pattern numbers from 01 to 19
can be set. Select an arbitrary number and set the pattern.
③ 'STEP' indicates step and maximum 19 steps can be set for each
pattern.
④ Set a target SV, such that 'SV' finally reaches that step.
When measurement range, unit, measurement scope, linear scale
etc. is changed, sometimes the decimal point position changes
automatically and relatively hence take care.
⑤ 'TIME' sets the time required for that step. Unit can be set by 'time
unit' of mode 2, either of 'Hours:Minutes' or 'Minutes:Seconds' can
be selected.
⑥ Setting procedure is as follows.
・Select pattern number.
・In step number 00, set setting value of start SV in 'SV' and set start
system below it. Start system selects either 'SV' or 'PV'. If 'SV' is
selected, it becomes SV start operation and if 'PV' is selected, it
becomes PV start operation.
・Consider step number 01 and set SV and time of the initial step.
Setting range of SV is within the scope of measurement of mode 5.
Setting range of TIME is within the range '000:00' to '999:59'. By
setting '000:00', momentarily (step wise) SV can also be
considered.
・Similarly for next step onwards, set SV and TIME and combine it
with the desired program pattern.
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・This procedure becomes a system called target SV system that
exists in target specifications.
In option there is a thing called slope SV system. In case of this
system, set in 'SV' the SV variation quantity for each unit time. and
set the time in 'TIME' until which that SV variation can continue.
・Combine with the desired program pattern and when you want to exit
the setting, set 'END/LINK00' in TIME of last step number and thus
end the pattern setting. In the initial setting status 'END/LINK00' is
always set in the last step.
・When you want to link (link another pattern) a pattern, set the pattern
number that is to be linked, in '00' on the right of LINK of
'END/LINK00'of the last step and click the  key. When link several
patterns and link form end pattern to first pattern or set one of the
pattern linked itself, become endless (endless loop). Then pattern
repeat is not effected.
・If you want to delete a certain step, set 'STEPDELETE' in TIME of
step number that is to be deleted. The contents of that step get
deleted and the step numbers from next step onwards are
automatically updated.
・If you want to insert a certain step, set 'STEPINSERT' in TIME of
step number that is to be inserted. The contents which is same as
each parameter of selected step get inserted and the step numbers
from next step onwards are automatically updated.
3. Repeat step
① Set step repeat.
② It is a convenient function if you want to repeat a specific step
section in an identical pattern.
③ Set '00' in REPEAT of start repeat step number and set 'repeat
count' in REPEAT of end repeat step number. If 01 is set, the step
repeat section that is set is repeated once, hence the entire
identical step section is run twice.
④ In identical pattern, step repeat settings can be done any number of
times. However duplication of repeat section and, small repetitions
within large repetitions cannot be set.
When setting a number of sets of step repeat, set in such a way that
the '00' and repeat count settings always pair alternately in the
pattern.
⑤ On the upper right part of this setting screen, snap format of step
that is being set is displayed.
4. PID number and alarm
number
① Set the PID number and alarm number for each pattern/step that
are set.
② Set PID number from 1 to 9 and alarm number from 1 to 8.
Number 0 can also be set. When 0 is set, it becomes a function for
continuing with the same step number as that of the previous step.
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5. Output limiter no. and output
① Set output limiter number and output variation limiter number for
variation limiter number
each pattern/step that is set.
② Set anything from number 1 to 8 for both. Number 0 can also be set.
When 0 is set, it becomes a function for continuing with the same
step number as that of the previous step.
③ In case of output scale specification (option), the screen is, as
shown on the lower left.
[Output scale specifications]
Ú Option
6.Sensor correction number
① Set sensor correction number for each pattern/step that is set.
② Set from number 1 to 8. Number 0 can also be set. When 0 is set, it
becomes a function for continuing with the same step number as
that of the previous step.
7. Time signal number
① Display only time signal specification.
② For every pattern/step that is set, time signal output destination and
time signal number to be used is set.
③ Set time signal output destination in 'TS' and time signal number in
'No.'.
④ Set time signal number from number 1 to 8, number 1R-8R, ON and
OFF. The 'R' after number is for repeating the time signal and only
during that step, is a function where in time signal of that number
repeats with identical setting value. 'ON' means everything ON and
'OFF' means everything OFF.
8.Real temperature
compensation number
① Set real temperature compensation number for every pattern/step
that is set.
② Set from number 1 to 8 and OFF. 'OFF' is a setting where in real
temperature compensation does not operate.
9.Waiting time alarm number
① Set waiting time alarm number for every pattern/step that is set.
② Set from number 1 to 8.Number 0 can also be set. When 0 is set, it
becomes a function for continuing with the same step number as
that of the previous step.
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10.Pattern repeat
① Set pattern repeat (repeat).
② If you want to repeat the program pattern of same pattern number, it
is a very convenient function.
③ When '0001' is set, same pattern is repeated once. Hence on a
whole, the same pattern is run twice. Pattern repeat is not only for
the executing pattern, but as this setting value is always enabled,
take care.
11. Pattern clear
① It is a function that clears (deletes) the pattern that is set.
② When clearing the specified pattern number, set the pattern number
that is to be cleared, on the right side of 'EACH:' and click the 
key.
③ When clearing all the pattern numbers that are set, move the cursor
to 'ALL' and click the  key.
④ When flashing is clear by clicking  key for while, and cursor retune
to “END”, clear (delete) is executed.
⑤ Executing pattern cannot be cleared.
⑥ Cleared pattern number cannot be restored, hence take care.
12. Copy pattern
① It is a function of copying the optional pattern number that is set, in
pattern number which is not set.
② Set the pattern number of copy source on the left side of and pattern
number of copy destination on the right side '→', move the cursor to
'YES' and click  key.
③ Copy function cannot be performed on the pattern number that is
set, hence if you want to copy on the pattern number that is already
set, clear that pattern and then copy.
13. SV at the time of resetting
① It is displayed in case of specifications with transmission signal
output or specifications with communication and when selecting
[TRANS] function.
② Sets the SV at the time of resetting.
③ When selecting 'SV' by transmission type, the transmission value at
the time of resetting becomes this setting value.
14. Time unit
① Set a common time unit related to program pattern, time signal and
waiting time alarm.
② If 'HOUR:MIN' is selected it becomes hour and minute.
③ If 'MIN:SEC' is selected, it becomes minute and second.
④ This setting cannot be changed when the program is running.
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7-5. Mode 3
Mode 3 performs the setting related to PID and alarm.
Settings screen
Description of the screen
1. Mode screen
① Mode 3 screen.
② By clicking the ・ key, 'Lock' and 'NoDisp' is displayed.
[Lock Status]
③ For mode 3 settings screen, if setting change is to be prohibited
select 'Lock'.
[Display OFF status]
④ When doing the settings by communications, set all the mode
screens to 'Lock'.
⑤ When settings screen of mode 3 is not displayed, select 'NoDisp'.
2. 16 types PID
① Set all 16 types of PID from 1-8 and from 9-1 to 9-8.
② Numbers 9-1 to 9-8 correspond to automatic PID switching system.
③ By setting P to 0%, it becomes two-position control operation.
④ If I is set to 0s, it is equivalent to ∞ and if D is set to 0s, it is
equivalent to OFF.
⑤ After the settings, it is necessary to set the PID number that is to be
used for each pattern/step in mode 2.
3. A.R.W.
① Set ARW (Anti reset windup).
② For PID control, it is a function for deciding the range of PID
operation. If this setting value is exceeded, it becomes a PD
operation.
③ Setting value is percentage (%) of measurement scope (including
linear scale).
④ This function works only for position type PID control.
4. Output 2 PID
① This is displayed only for output 2 specification.
② Set the PID for output 2.
③ By setting P to 0%, it becomes two-position control operation.
④ If I is set to 0s, it is equivalent to ∞ and if D is set to 0s, it is
equivalent to OFF.
5. Output 2 gap
① This is displayed only for output specification.
② Set the gap between output 1 and output 2.
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6.Output dead band
① Set output dead band
② Set output dead band of two-position control operation (When
P=0%).
③ Output dead band of two-position control operation becomes a dead
band at the time of output ON/OFF.
7. Output 2 dead band
① This is displayed only for output 2 specification.
② Set output dead band for output 2.
③ Set output dead band of two-position control operation (When
P=0%).
④ Output dead band of two-position control operation becomes a dead
band at the time of output ON/OFF.
8. Alarm format
① Set the alarm format of alarm 1-4 (AL1-AL4).
② There are 8 types of alarm formats as shown below. Set the
respective types for AL1 to AL4.
・DH
: Deviation higher limit alarm
・DHW : Waiting deviation higher limit alarm
・DL
: Deviation lower limit alarm
・DLW : Waiting deviation lower limit alarm
・AH
: Absolute value higher limit alarm
・AHW : Waiting absolute value higher limit alarm
・AL
: Absolute value lower limit alarm
・ALW : Waiting absolute value lower limit alarm
9. Alarm 1 and Alarm 2,
8 types
10. Alarm 3 and Alarm 4,
8 types
① Set 8 types of settings values of alarm 1 and alarm 2.
② After the settings, it is necessary to set the alarm number that is to
be used for each pattern/step in mode 2.
③ When measurement range, unit, measurement scope, linear scale,
etc is changed, sometimes the setting range and decimal point
position changes automatically and relatively, hence take care.
① Set 8 types of settings values of alarm 3 and alarm 4.
② After the settings, it is necessary to set the alarm number that is to
be used for each pattern/step in mode 2.
③ When measurement range, unit, measurement scope, linear scale,
etc is changed, sometimes the setting range and decimal point
position changes automatically and relatively, hence take care.
11. Alarm dead band
① Set alarm dead band of alarm 1 to 4.
② Unit is same as the setting value of respective alarm.
③ When measurement range, unit, linear scale, alarm format etc is
changed, sometimes the setting range and decimal point position
changes automatically and relatively hence take care.
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12. Alarm delay
.
① Set the alarm delay time.
② If judgment time of alarm ON is continuously equal to or more than
the set value, the initial alarm becomes ON. If judgment time of
alarm ON is less than the set value, alarm does not become ON.
③ For all the four points of alarm there is a common setting value
hence take care.
13.SV 8 types for AT2
① Set 8 types of SV for auto tuning [email protected]
② You can set auto tuning to ON (execute)/OFF (do not execute) for 8
types individually.
③ Setting range is within the measurement scope (including linear
scale).
④ PID calculated in SV number 1 to 8 for AT2 is registered in PID
numbers 1 to 8.
⑤ When measurement range, unit, measurement scope, linear scale
is changed, sometimes the setting range and decimal point position
changes or initialization occurs automatically and relatively, hence
take care.
14. SV section for automatic
PID
① Set SV section 8 types for automatic PID conversion system.
② Setting range is within the measurement scope (including linear
scale).
③ When measurement range, unit, measurement scope, linear scale
is changed, the setting range and decimal point position sometimes
changes or initialization occurs automatically and relatively, hence
take care.
15. SV 8 types for AT3
① Set 8 types of SV for auto tuning AT3.
② You can set auto tuning to ON (Execute)/OFF (do not execute) for 8
types individually.
③ Setting range is within the scope of SV section of corresponding
automatic PID switching system.
④ PID calculated using SV numbers 1 to 8 for AT3, is registered in PID
numbers from 9-1 to 9-8.
⑤ When measurement range, unit, measurement scope, linear scale
is changed, sometimes setting range and decimal point position
sometimes changes or initialization occurs automatically and
relatively, hence take care.
16. AT2, AT3 start direction
① Set the direction of execution at the time of executing auto tuning
AT2 or AT3.
② When 'UP' is selected, auto tuning moves from SV1 to SV8.
③ When 'DOWN' is selected, auto tuning moves from SV8 to SV1.
17.Control algorithm
① Set control algorithm.
② If 'POSITION' is selected, it is position type PID system.
③ If 'VELOCITY' is selected, it is velocity type PID system.
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7-6. Mode 4
Mode 4 performs the setting related output.
Settings screen
Description of the screen
1. Mode screen
① Mode 4 screen
② By clicking the   key, 'Lock' and 'No Disp' is displayed.
[Lock Status]
[Display OFF status]
③ For mode 4 settings screen, if setting change is to be prohibited
select 'Lock'.
④ When doing the settings by communications, set all the mode
screens to 'Lock'.
⑤ When settings screen of mode 4 is not displayed, select 'NoDisp'.
2. Output limiter 8 types
[Output scale specifications]
① Set 8 types of output limiters.
② Set lower limit of output limiter in 'L' , and upper limit of output limiter
in 'H'.
③ In either of automatic output operation and manual output operation
the output is within this setting range.
④ In case of output scale specifications (option) instead of output
limiter, the screen is as shown on the lower left.
⑤ After the settings, it is necessary to set the output limiter number
that is to be used for each pattern/step in mode 2.
Ú Option
3. Output 2 limiter
[Output scale specifications]
① It is displayed in case of output 2 specifications only.
② Set the output limiter of output 2 side.
③ Set lower limit of output limiter in 'L' , and upper limit of output limiter
in 'H'.
④ In either of automatic output operation and manual output operation
the output is within this setting range.
⑤ In case of output scale specifications (option) instead of output
limiter specifications, the screen is as shown on the lower left.
Ú Option
4. Output variation limiter 8
types
① Set 8 types of output variation limiters.
② On the lower left, output variation limiter at the time of ascending
output and on the lower right, output variation limiter at the time of
descending output are displayed.
③ After the settings, it is necessary to set the output variation limiter
number that is to be used for each pattern/step in mode 2.
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5. Output 2 variation limiter
① It is displayed only in case of output 2 specifications.
② Set output variation limiter of output 2 side.
③ On the lower left, output variation limiter at the time of ascending
output and on the lower right, output variation limiter at the time of
descending output are displayed.
6. At the time of exiting the
program
[Output 2 specifications]
① Set the output value (MV) at the time of ending the program (END).
② If 'CONTROL' is selected, continue the automatic output operation
(or manual output operation) by using final SV, until it is reset.
③ If output value is set directly, continue with that output value until
resetting (RESET) is done.
④ Output range is within the output limiter range.
⑤ Set it for each pattern number.
7. Output preset
① Set output preset.
② Output range is within the output limiter range.
8. Pulse cycle
[Output 2 specifications]
9. FB tuning
① Output type displays only ON-OFF pulse type or SSR drive pulse
type.
② Set time for one cycle of output ON/OFF.
③ In output 2 specifications, do the respective settings in case of
output 2 and pulse type.
④ When setting value is changed, after end of one cycle before the
setting value that is changed, do the operation using the setting
value after the changed settings.
⑤ Generally set the highest value as far as possible that is within the
range and that does not adversely affect the controllability.
① Output format displays only ON-OFF servo type.
② This function is a function that automatically requests the setting
value of FB zero span of this controller and the actuator (motor etc.)
③ When FB tuning is started, AT progress status (START, CLOSE,
TUNE-ZERO, OPEN, TUNE-SPAN) is displayed.
④ If you want to stop FB tuning in between, set 'END'.
⑤ FB zero span requested in FB tuning, can be confirmed by 'FB zero
span' of mode 4.
10. FB zero span
① Output type displays ON-OFF servo type only.
② Set the FB zero span of this controller and actuator (motor etc.).
③ Set zero value in 'Z' and span value in 'S'.
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11.FB dead band
① Output format displays ON-OFF servo type only.
② Set FB gain (dead band).
③ Generally, set a value as large as possible and within the scope
such that it does not adversely affect the controllability. This setting
value is not an accurate percentage (%) value, hence as far as
possible take it as a reference.
12. Output at the time of PV
abnormality
13. Output at the time of output
2 PV abnormality
14. Direct/Reverse control
operation
[Output 2 specifications]
① Output value at the time of PV abnormality is set.
② Set respectively the output value in 'OVR' when PV exceeds the
range (including higher limit burnout) and set the value in 'UDR'
when PV is below the range (including lower limit burnout).
③ Output range is within the output limiter range.
① It is displayed only in case of output 2 specifications.
② Set the output value at the time of PV abnormality of output 2 side.
③ Set respectively the output value in 'OVR' when PV exceeds the
range (including higher limit burnout) and set the value in 'UDR'
when PV is below the range (including lower limit burnout).
④ Output range is within the range of output 2 limiter.
① Set control operation.
② If 'DIRECT' is selected, it becomes a direct operation (Cooling
operation).
③ If 'REVERSE' is selected, it becomes a reverse operation (heating
operation).
④ In case of output 2 specifications, display the screen shown on the
lower left and set control operation of output 1 on the left side of the
[/] and output 2 on the right side of each.
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7-7. Mode 5
Mode 5 performs the setting related input.
Settings screen
Description of the screen
1.Mode screen
① Mode 5 screen.
② By clicking the ・ key, 'Lock' and 'NoDisp' is displayed.
③ For mode 5 settings screen, if setting change is to be prohibited
select 'Lock'.
④ When doing the settings by communications, set all the mode
screens to 'Lock'.
[Lock Status]
[Display OFF status]
⑤ When settings screen of mode 5 is not displayed, select 'NoDisp'.
2. Measurement range
① Set the measurement range.
② Types of measurement ranges are as shown in the table below.
③ It differs depending on the measurement range, however it exceeds
the upper limit of the scale range by approximately +5% and is
below the range by approximately -5%.
④ When measurement range is changed, sometimes setting range
and decimal point position changes or initialization occurs
automatically and relatively hence take care.
[Universal]
No.
Measurement
Scale range
range
(℃)
No.
Measurement
Scale range
range
(℃)
0.0 to 1820.0
18
WRe5-26
0.0 to 2310.0
02
R1
0.0 to 1760.0
19
W-WRe26
0.0 to 2310.0
03
R2
0.0 to 1200.0
20
NiMo-Ni
-50.0 to 1410.0
04
S
0.0 to 1760.0
21
CR-AuFe
0.0 to 280.0 K
05
K1
-200.0 to 1370.0
22
N
06
K2
0.0 to 600.0
23
07
K3
-200.0 to 300.0
24
E1
-270.0 to 1000.0
41
JPt100Ω1
-200.0 to 649.0
0.0 to 1300.0
42
JPt100Ω2
-200.0 to 400.0
PR5-20
0.0 to 1800.0
44
JPt100Ω4
-200.0 to 200.0
PtRh40-20
0.0 to 1880.0
45
JPt100Ω5
-100.0 to 100.0
25
PlatiⅡ1
0.0 to 1390.0
46
QPt100Ω1
-200.0 to 649.0
0.0 to 600.0
47
QPt100Ω2
-200.0 to 400.0
QPt100Ω4
-200.0 to 200.0
QPt100Ω5
-100.0 to 100.0
JPt50Ω
-200.0 to 649.0
Pt100Ω1
-200.0 to 850.0
0.0 to 700.0
26
PlatiⅡ2
E3
-270.0 to 300.0
27
U
-200.0 to 400.0
49
11
E4
-270.0 to 150.0
28
L
-200.0 to 900.0
50
12
J1
-200.0 to 1200.0
31
10mV
±10mV
51
13
J2
-200.0 to 900.0
32
20mV
±20mV
53
14
J3
-200.0 to 400.0
33
15
J4
-100.0 to 200.0
34
16
T1
-270.0 to 400.0
35
17
T2
-200.0 to 200.0
37
DC voltage (Linear)
E2
10
(℃)
0 to 20mA
Resistance thermometer
09
Scale range
20mA
Thermocouple
08
36
Measurement range
Direct
current
(Linear)
B
Thermocouple
01
No.
50mV
±50mV
54
Pt100Ω2
-200.0 to 400.0
100mV
±100mV
56
Pt100Ω4
-200.0 to 200.0
5V
±5V
57
Pt100Ω5
-100.0 to 100.0
10V
±10V
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[4-wire resistance thermometer]
No.
Measurement
Scale range
range
(℃)
No.
Measurement
Scale range
range
(℃)
No.
Measurement
Scale range
range
(℃)
41
JPt100Ω1
-200.0 to 649.0
47
QPt100Ω2
-200.0 to 400.0
53
Pt100Ω1
-200.0 to 850.0
42
JPt100Ω2
-200.0 to 400.0
49
QPt100Ω4
-200.0 to 200.0
54
Pt100Ω2
-200.0 to 400.0
44
JPt100Ω4
-200.0 to 200.0
50
QPt100Ω5
-100.0 to 100.0
56
Pt100Ω4
-200.0 to 200.0
45
JPt100Ω5
-100.0 to 100.0
51
JPt50Ω
-200.0 to 649.0
57
Pt100Ω5
-100.0 to 100.0
46
QPt100Ω1
-200.0 to 649.0
52
Pt-Co
4.0 to 374.0 K
3.RJ
① This is displayed when select [thermocouple] of measurement
range.
② When 'INT' is selected RJ functionality is switched ON.
Usually 'INT' is selected.
③ When 'EXT' is selected RJ functionality is switched OFF.
4.Unit
① Select the unit when measurement range is [thermocouple] or
[resistance thermometer].
② When measurement range is 'CR-AuFe' or 'Pt-Co' unit is 'K', unit is
[K] only not selected [℃].
③ When unit is changed, sometimes setting range and decimal point
position changes or initialization occurs automatically and
relatively hence take care.
5.Measurement scope
[Linear scale]
6. Linear scale
① Set the measurement scope to be actually used for the scale range
of measurement range.
② The meaning of thermocouple and resistance thermometer is as
follows.
・P in PID calculation is equivalent to 100%.
・It becomes the maximum setting range like SV range etc.
③ In case of linear input, meaning of measurement scope is as
follows.
・It becomes the reference range which is the base of linear scale
(with scale.)
④ Setting range is within the scale range of the measurement range
that is selected.
⑤ When measurement scope is changed, sometimes setting range
and decimal point position changes or initialization occurs
automatically and relatively hence take care.
① Measurement range is displayed only when 'Linear scale' is
selected.
② Set scale (with scale) for reference range that is set in
measurement scope. P in PID calculation is equivalent to 100%.
③ Set decimal point position in 'DOT', lower limit value (0%) on the
lower left on the scale and higher limit value (100%) on the lower
right of the scale.
④ When linear scale is changed, sometimes setting range and
decimal point position changes or initialization occurs automatically
and relatively hence take care.
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7. Sensor correction 8 types
① Set 8 types of sensor corrections (PV bias).
② After the settings, it is necessary to set the sensor correction that is
to be used for each pattern/step in mode 2.
③ When measurement range, unit, measurement scope, linear scale
etc is changed, sometimes the setting range and decimal point
position changes automatically and relatively, hence take care.
8. PV decimal point
① Set the decimal point position of PV.
② Based on the decimal point position that is set, up to five digits
including the integer part are displayed. Hence only if the number of
digits of integer is less, more number of digits after the decimal point
can be displayed within the range of decimal point position that is
set.
③ When measurement range, unit, linear scale etc is changed,
sometimes setting range and decimal point position changes
automatically and relatively hence take care.
9.Digital filter
① Do the first-order lag operation in PV. It is a valid function when flat
key in PV that is being executed is big.
10. SV decimal point for display
① Set the SV decimal point displayed at upper display.
② Maximum 5 digits include integer are displayed based on set
decimal position. When digits of integer number is small, possible
to display more digits after the decimal point within the range of
position of decimal point.
③ When measurement range, unit, linear scale etc is changed,
sometimes setting range and decimal point position changes
automatically and relatively hence take care.
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7-8. Mode 6
Mode 6 performs the setting of time bent.
Settings screen
Description of the screen
1. Mode screen
① Mode 6 screen.
② By clicking the ・ key, 'Lock' and 'NoDisp' is displayed.
[Lock status]
[Display OFF status]
③ For mode 6 settings screen, if setting change is to be prohibited
select 'Lock'.
④ When doing the settings by communications, set all the mode
screens to 'Lock'.
⑤ When settings screen of mode 6 is not displayed, select 'NoDisp'.
2. Time signal 8 types
① This is displayed only for time signal specification.
② Set 8 types of time signal.
③ Set time from the time of starting the step to switching the time
signal ON in 'ON', and set the time from the time of switching the
time signal ON to switching it OFF in 'OFF'.
ON setting time
Start step
OFF settings time
Time signal ON
End step
④ Set the unit in 'time unit' of mode 2.
⑤ After the settings, it is necessary to set the time signal number that
is to be used for each pattern/step in mode 2.
3. Real temperature
compensation 8 types
① Set 8 types of real temperature compensations.
② After the settings, it is necessary to set real temperature
compensation number that is to be used for each pattern/step in
mode 2.
③ When measurement range, unit, measurement scope, linear scale
etc is changed, sometimes the setting range and decimal point
position changes automatically and relatively, hence take care.
4. Waiting time alarm 8 types
① Set 8 types of waiting time alarms.
② Unit is the unit set in 'time unit' of mode 2.
③ After the settings, it is necessary to set the waiting time alarm
number that is to be used for each pattern/step in mode 2.
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7-9. Mode 7
Mode 7 performs the setting of transmission signal output.
Settings screen
Description of the screen
1. Mode screen
① Mode 7 screen. Only the specifications with transmission signal
output are displayed.
[Lock Status]
[Display OFF status]
② By clicking the ・ key, 'Lock' and 'No Disp' is displayed.
③ For mode 7 settings screen, if setting change is to be prohibited
select 'Lock'.
④ When doing the settings by communications, set all the mode
screens to 'Lock'.
⑤ When settings screen of mode 7 is not displayed, select 'NoDisp'.
2. Transmission types
① Display only the specifications with transmission signal output.
② When 'PV' is selected, measurement value (PV) is transmitted.
③ When 'SV' is selected, measurement value (SV) is transmitted.
④ When 'MV' is selected, output value (MV) is selected.
⑤ When 'MFB' is selected, actuator feedback value (MFB) is
transmitted, but ON-OFF servo type only.
⑥ In case of output 2 specifications, output 1 side 'MV1' and output 2
side 'MV2' can be selected.
⑦ When transmission type is changed sometimes setting range and
decimal point position changes or it may be initialized automatically
and relatively hence take care.
3. Transmission scale
① Specifications with transmission signal output only are displayed.
② Set a scale corresponding to transmission signal output (analog
signal) of high accuracy type.
③ Set lower limit (0%) and higher limit (100%) of the scale for the
minimum value (0%) and maximum value (100%) of the
transmission signal output.
④ When transmission scale is changed, sometimes setting range and
decimal point position changes automatically and relatively hence
take care.
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7-10. Mode 8
Mode 8 performs the setting related to communications.
Settings screen
Description of the screen
1.Mode screen
① Mode 8 screen. Only the instrument with communications is
displayed.
[Lock Status]
② By clicking the ・ key, 'Lock' and 'NoDisp' is displayed.
[Display OFF status]
③ For mode 8 settings screen, if setting change is to be prohibited
select 'Lock'.
④ When doing the settings by communications, set all the mode
screens to 'Lock'.
⑤ When settings screen of mode 8 is not displayed, select 'NoDisp'.
2. Communication speed
① Only the instrument with communications is displayed.
② Set the communications speed.
3. Instrument number
① Only the instrument with communications is displayed.
② Set the instrument number.
4. Communications function
① Only the instrument with communications is displayed.
② Set the communications function.
③ If 'COM' is selected it is higher order communications function.
④ If 'TRANS' is selected, it is communications transmission function.
5. Communication
transmission types
① It only displays with the instrument with communications, and when
'TRANS' is selected.
② Set the communications transmission type.
③ When 'PV' is selected, measurement value (PV) is transmitted.
④ When 'SV' is selected, setting value (SV) is transmitted.
⑤ When 'MV' is selected, output value (MV) is transmitted.
⑥ When 'MFB' is selected, actuuator feedback value (MFB) is
transmitted, but ON-OFF servo type only.
⑧ In case of output 2 specifications, you can select separately output 1
side 'MV1' and output 2 side 'MV2'.
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6. Communications protocol
① Only the instrument with communications is displayed.
② Set communications protocol.
③ If 'MODBUS (RTU)' is selected, MODBUS (RTU) is displayed.
④ If 'MODBUS (ASCII)' is selected, MODBUS (ASCII) is displayed.
⑤ If 'PRIVATE' is selected, CHINO protocol is displayed.
7.Communications character
① It only displays with the instrument with communications, and when
'MODBUS' is selected.
② Set communications character (bit length, parity, stop bit).
7-11. Mode 11
Mode 11 performs the setting related to system (Initial settings).
Settings screen
Description of the screen
1. Mode screen
① Mode 11 screen.
② By clicking the   key, 'Lock' and 'No Disp' is displayed.
[Lock Status]
[Display OFF status]
③ For mode 11 settings screen, if setting change is to be prohibited
select 'Lock'.
④ When doing the settings by communications, set all the mode
screens to 'Lock'.
⑤ When settings screen of mode 11 is not displayed, select 'NoDisp'.
2. Display back light
① Set the back light color of lower window display.
② If 'GREEN' is selected, usually green color is displayed.
③ If 'ORANGE' is selected, usually orange color is displayed.
④ If 'AUTO' is selected, usually green color is displayed however
under the following conditions, orange color is displayed.
・When any of the alarms is activated.
・When an error message is displayed.
By using this function effectively, alarm on/off can be judged at a
glance.
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3. Display contrast
① It adjusts the contrast of LCD (Liquid crystal display) of lower display
window.
② Adjust and set the LCD such that the characters are clearly visible.
40 to 70% of rage is suitable setting value. When set the range over
or under, stripes appear in the LCD. Do not change the setting
(initial value 50%) in ordinary use.
③ Contrast is especially affected by the surrounding temperature
hence do this adjustment approximately one hour after switching on
the power supply and after the surrounding temperature becomes
stable.
4. Key back light
① It sets the lighting/switch off function of key backlight.
② If 'AUTO' is selected, the following operation takes place.
・Usually it is switched OFF, however when power is supplied or if
any of the key is pressed, it illuminates and gets switched off if no
key operation is done for approximately 30 seconds.
③ If 'OFF' is selected, it usually gets non-illuminated.
④ If 'ON' is selected, it usually illuminates.
7-12. Initializing the setup parameter
If set contents are to be returned to initial value, you can do it by the following procedure. There are two types of
initializations and you can select from them. Once initialization is executed, you will not be able to return to the
original setting contents hence take care.
Initialization type
1.Initializing the basic
setting contents
(Mode 0 to Mode 11)
*Program pattern is not
initialized.
2. Initializing all the setting
contents
(Mode 0 to Mode 11)
* Program pattern is also
initialized.
Procedure
① Cut off the power supply.
② Switch on the power supply while
pressing the  key.
③ After confirming that the screen
shown on the right is displayed,
release the  key.
④ After the initialization is done,
operation screen is displayed.
① Cut off the power supply.
② Switch on the power supply while
pressing the key and key.
③ After confirming that the screen
shown on the right is displayed,
release the key and key.
④ After the initialization is done,
operation screen is displayed.
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Screen that is being
initialized
7-13. Precautions while setting
Precautions
1. Precautions regarding
the setting range.
Explanation
・In for numeric value settings parameter, there exists a range of numeric
value that can be set, hence take care.
・If you try to set a numeric value exceeding the numeric value range that
can be set, an error message is displayed. When an error message is
displayed confirm the contents of the error message and do the proper
settings.
2. When a setting is
changed, sometimes
the set contents of
other settings change.
・If the setting of important key parameters is changed, the decimal point
position or the setting range of the set value of other related settings
screen may sometimes change or may be initialized.
・For example if 'measurement range', 'measurement scope', 'linear
scale' of mode 5, 'alarm status' of mode 3, transmission type' of mode
7 etc. changed, the set contents of the other settings screen related to
them will change.
・If the settings of these key parameters is changed, reconfirm the set
contents of other settings screen.
3. When 'time 000:00' is
to be set in program
pattern.
・When setting the program pattern in mode 2, for considering the SV of
next step momentarily (by step), 'time 000:00' can be set. 'Time
000:00' can also be set in continuous steps however when a program
pattern that has set 'time 000:00' for many continuous steps, as error
may sometimes occur in the entire system without correct control
operation being performed, hence do not do such settings.
・In step 'time 000:00', only the operation of changing momentarily only
the SV that is set is done. As a result, various calculation processes
(PID, alarm, sensor correction etc.) for each step cannot be
performed. However those setting contents are valid in 'time 000:00'
step also.
For example, set 'time 000:00' in step number 3 and set alarm number
4 in that step, in step number 4 which is the next step if alarm number
0 is set, the alarm of step number 04 starts operating by using alarm
number 4.
・In step 'time 000:00', real temperature compensation and time signal
do not operate. If you want to operate those functions at least for a
short time, set 'time 000:01' or more.
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7-14. Error message
7-14-1. Usual error display
If proper settings and operation is not done, following error messages are displayed for around 3 seconds.
Confirm the contents of the error message and do the proper settings and operation again.
Error message
Error contents
1.
・SV is exceeding the measurement range.
・Confirm the measurement range and do the settings again.
2.
・Pattern cannot be eliminated during operation (RUN).
・Eliminate the pattern when it is not operating.
3.
・Pattern of the copying destination is not cleared.
・Confirm the copying destination and do the settings again.
4.
・Pattern of copy source is not set.
・Set the pattern of copy source.
5.
・AT1 is not starting as screen is not operating (RUN).
・Start AT1 after operating (RUN) the screen.
6.
・AT2 is not starting as status is not RESET status.
・Start AT2 after changing the status to RESET.
7.
・AT3 is not starting as status is not RESET status.
・Start AT3 after changing the status to RESET.
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8.
・SV section of PID number 9 is out of scope.
・Confirm the SV section and do the settings again.
9.
・L is exceeding H.
・Confirm L/H and do the settings again.
10.
・Z is exceeding S.
・Confirm Z/S and do the settings again.
11.
・Linear range is exceeding the scope of measurement range.
・Confirm the measurement range and do the settings again.
12.
・FB tuning is not starting as the status is not RESET status.
・Start FB tuning after making the status as RESET.
13.
・As pattern selection system or program drive system has
selected exterior, operation cannot be done by front key.
・When doing the operation by front key, change the pattern
selection system.
14.
・Operation cannot be started as there is an error in step
repetition setting.
・Start the operation after reconfirming the settings.
15.
・Control algorithm is not changed because of operating
program.
・Stop the program operation and change the control
algorithm.
16.
・Time is not changed because of not reset condition.
・Change to the reset condition and change the time.
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7-14-2. System error display
If an abnormality occurs in the system, the following error messages are displayed for around 2 seconds.
Confirm the contents of the error message and contact the dealer or our nearest office.
Error message
Error contents
1.
・Calibration data abnormality
2.
・Battery backup abnormality
3.
・Abnormality in A/D conversion for PV
4.
・Abnormality in A/D conversion for RJ
7-14-3. Warning display
If proper settings and operation is not done, following error messages are displayed for around 3 seconds.
Confirm the contents of the warning message and do the proper settings and operation again.
Warning message
Warning contents
1.
・Setting is not changed because of the [Lock] condition at
the mode screen.
・Change the setting after canceling the [Lock] condition.
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8. Initial settings
In '7. Setting screen' setting screen for each mode is explained, but you need not set all of them. The customer
should select and set the required parameters depending on the specifications of the controller, system
configuration of final product, control conditions etc.
Procedure for setting the minimum limit which is always to be done in the beginning for the finished product is
explained here. Do the other settings as per the requirement.
: Always set
① Set 'measurement range'
: Set as per the requirement
: Mode 5
Ú Set the measurement range that suits
the sensor and the scale range.
↓
②Set 'measurement scope'
: Mode 5
↓
③ Setting 'linear scale'
: Mode 5
Ú Set the range that is to be actually
used. For linear input, set standard
range. In case of thermocouple and
resistance initial value is also okay.
ÚSet the scale incase of linear input.
↓
④ Setting 'Direct/reverse' of control operation: Mode 4
Ú Set the control operation.
↓
⑤ Setting 'Program pattern'
: Mode 2
Ú Set program pattern.
: Mode 3
Ú Set the PID.
: Mode 2
Ú Set PID number in each step of
program pattern that is set.
↓
⑥ Setting 'PID'
↓
⑦ 'PID number and Alarm number'
↓
⑧ Select 'Pattern No.'
: Operation screen
Ú Select the pattern number to be
executed.
: Operation screen
Ú Perform RUN and start the operation.
↓
⑩ 'RUN' operation
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9. Operation
9-1. Confirmations before operation
Confirm the following contents before starting the operation.
Item
Confirmation contents
1. Wiring
・Confirm that the wiring is correct.
Especially confirm very properly the wiring of high voltage parts like power
supply, output and alarm. Confirm that the terminal screw is not loose.
・Confirm the wiring of not only the controller but also of the entire finished
product.
Especially proper confirmation of periphery of actuator (thyristor regulator,
heater, motor etc.) is important.
2. Power supply
・Confirm that the power supply is in the rating range.
3. Set contents
・Confirm that the set contents are correct.
When power supply is inserted confirm that the status is RESET status. In
RUN status control operation is started immediately. As per the requirement
if output is not to be displayed, set 0% in manual output operation.
Precautions
① If power supply other than the rated power supply is connected, this controller
may become out of order, or its performance may deteriorate or it may
malfunction etc.
② If excessive current or excessive voltage is applied to input/output terminal of
this controller, this controller may become out of order, or its performance
may deteriorate or it may malfunction etc.
9-2. Program operation and run operation
9-2-1. Run operation
Status
1.RESET
Key operation and operation
screen
[Key operation]
In operation screen, click
the  key and then click 
key.
[Operation screen]
Description
・Resets (release) the program operation.
・It is enabled in RUN status or STOP status.
・RESET status is the status in which program operation is
not executing, output value is 0% and alarm operation
does not run.
・When the step number is progressing due to program
operationg, the step number returns to '00' due to
RESET operation.
・In case of constant value operation in RESET status,
as it is a normal control operation, alarm operation is
also executed.
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2.RUN
In [Key operation] operation
screen, click  key after
clicking  key.
[Operation screen]
3.STOP
In [key operation] operation
screen, click  key after
clicking  key.
[Operation screen]
4.ADV
In [key operation] operation
screen click  key after
clicking  key.
[Operation screen]
5.PTN
In [key operation]
operation screen click 
key after clicking  key.
After that select a number
using,  key  key.
[Operation screen]
・It is RUN of program operation.
・It is enabled in RESET status or STOP status.
・Execute control operation according to the program
pattern.
・If RUN is executed in RESET status, program operation
starts. If RUN is executed in STOP status, program
operation reopens.
・STOP of program operation.
・It is enabled in RUN status.
・If STOP is executed in RUN status, program pattern (SV
and time) is stopped and at that time control operation is
continued using SV (It becomes a constant value
operation).
・It is advancing (progress) of step.
・It is enabled in STOP status or RESET status.
・If ADV operation is done in RUN status, the program
operation continues from the beginning of advance
step. If ADV operation is done in STOP status, the
program operation has STOP status at the beginning of
advance step.
・In one time ADV operation, progress is by one step
hence perform those many number of ADV operations
for the number of progress steps.
・Select Pattern number.
・It is enabled in RESET status.
・Pattern number selection status is obtained in RESET
status by clicking  key after  key.
After that, by using the  key or  key, select the
pattern number for which operation is to be done. At that
time the number selected in No. of PTN is displayed in
upper display window.
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6.FAST
In [key operation]
operation screen click 
key after clicking  key.
[Operation screen]
・It is the FAST (fast forward) status of program pattern.
・It is enabled in RUN status.
・If RUN operation is done again in RUN status, the
program pattern progresses from a speed of 'number of
times' to a speed of 'ten times that number' only when
 key is clicked. When  key is released, FAST status
in cancelled.
・In case of FAST status, output value (MV) and alarm
output maintain the output status that was there just
before the FAST operation however time signal outputs
depending on the program pattern. However the time
error becomes bigger.
・ADV operation progresses till the beginning of step
number however the fast operation can progress up to
the middle of program pattern (or step).
If run operation is done, words indicating that run operation are displayed in 3 step snap display on the left side
of the operation screen.
9-2-2 Procedure of program operation
When considering that program pattern and each parameter is set, the start/end procedure of program
operation is as follows.
① Change the status to RESET.
Ú See clause 1 described earlier.
↓
② Select the pattern number of the program to be run.
Ú See clause 5 described earlier.
↓
③ Change the status to RUN.
Ú See clause 2 described earlier.
↓
④ Operation is started, control operation is performed according to the program pattern and after
that the program operation ends (END status).
↓
⑤ Change to RESET status.
Ú See clause 1 described earlier.
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9-3. Trial operation
After the confirmations before operation is done, refer to the following and start the trial operation and do
various confirmations. This procedure is an example of the most basic trial operation procedure. Add the
confirmation contents depending on specifications of the controller, system configuration of finished product,
control conditions etc.
① Start the power supply. Considering the safety, preferably make the output in RESET status
when power supply is started as 0% or output as 0% in manual output operation such that
the control output of the controller is 0%.
↓
② Confirm that the instrument configuring the system that includes the controller also, is normal.
↓
③ Confirm that all the signal levels (voltage value, current value, ON/OFF signal etc.) connected
between the instrument configuring the system that includes the controller also, is normal.
↓
④ When output format is current output format and thyristor regulator is connected as operation
actuator, confirm the setting contents of thyristor. When output format is ON-OFF servo type
and motor is connected as actuator, do the actuator adjustment (FB zero span settings).
Confirm the settings of thyristor regulator. In other output format also, confirm the actuator and
do the adjustment as per the requirement.
↓
⑤ Consider that the controller has a status of 0% output due to manual output operation. Output
increases gradually, the operation of the actuator is equivalent to the output value and
confirms that it is normal.
↓
⑥ Set appropriate program pattern, start program operation by 'RUN' operation and switch over
to automatic output operation and get the auto control status.
↓
⑦ See the status for a while and if the control is stable then there is no problem. However if the
control is unstable, adjust the parameters (PID etc.) of the controller. PID can be calculated
automatically also by using the auto tuning function.
↓
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↓
⑧ Confirm that operation (Alarm, external signal input etc.) with peripheral devices that are
connected to the controller is normal.
↓
⑨ Set various parameters of the controller as per the requirement.
↓
⑩ After some time of starting the operation confirm the normality of final product that includes the
controller and all the devices configuring the system.
9-4 Constant value operation
This controller is exclusively used for program operation and constant value operation can be performed by the
following method. Use it as per the requirement.
System
Description
1. Switching from program
operation status to
constant value operation
① Set 'CONST' in 'control format' of mode 1.
・It becomes a constant value operation by using SV that was
obtained when switching over to 'CONST'.
・For parameters other than SV also, control operation is done using
parameters of mode 0.
② Set desired SV in 'Executing SV and time' of mode 0.
・When changing the SV, set the desired SV in 'Executing SV and
time' of mode 0.
・For parameters other than SV also, set them in mode 0.
③ When returning to program operation, set 'PROGRAM', in 'Control
format' of mode 1.
・When one switches to 'Program', program operation reopens.
[Operation screen]
2. Switching from RESET
status to constant value
operation
[Operation screen]
① Set 'CONST' in 'control format' of mode 1.
・It becomes a constant value operation by using SV 'Executing SV
and time' of mode 0.
・For parameters other than SV also, control operation is done using
parameters of mode 0.
② Set desired SV in 'Executing SV and time' of mode 0.
・When changing the SV, set the desired SV in 'Executing SV and
time' of mode 0.
・For parameters other than SV also, set using mode 0.
③ When returning to program operation, set 'PROGRAM', in 'Control
format' of mode 1.
・When one switches to 'Program', it becomes a RESET status.
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9-5. Automatic output operation and manual output operation
Operation
method
Automatic
output
operation
(Auto output)
Key operation and
operation screen
[Key operation]
In automatic output
operation, change to the
output display screen at
operation screen, and click
 key after clicking  key.
Explanation
・Based on SV of the execution number that is selected
and on the PV that is being measured, perform the
control calculation, calculate the control output value
and output it.
・Usual control operation is this automatic output
operation.
[Operation screen]
Manual output
operation
(Manual output)
[Key operation]
In manual output operation,
change to the output display
screen at operation screen,
and click  key after
clicking  key.
[Operation screen]
・SV and PV output the control output value that is set
irrespective of each other.
・If you want to switch to manual output operation, after
changing to the output display screen at operation
screen, click the  key and the  key on the
operation screen.
・Set the output value by  key/ key. Output range is
within the output limit range.
・During automatic/manual switching, the output value
does not change suddenly because of balance less
bump less function.
During manual output operation, 'M' is added before
the word 'OUT' of the operation screen.
・In case of output 2 specifications, switching between
automatic/manual can be done separately for
operation screen of output 1 side and that of output 2
side.
・It is popularly called as manual output.
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9-6.Precautions during operation
9-6-1. Change in settings during operation
When changing the settings during operation any of the settings except partial setting screen can be changed.
When settings cannot be changed during operation, error message is displayed during setting change operation.
However changing the settings during control operation by using parameter, may adversely affect the control,
hence take care.
An example, when a step was changed during execution is given below, please refer to it.
① When SV is changed
An example where in SV1 (setting value) of step n is changed to SV2 is given. In case of this example, please
understand that there was a setting value operation in step n+1 before change, however there is no setting value
operation in step n+1 after change.
SV2
Pattern after change
SV1
Pattern before
change
Change point
Step n
Step n + 2
Step n + 1
② When TIME is changed
An example wherein TIME (required time) of step n is changed just a little by T is given. On a whole there is a
shift of only T minutes.
SV
Pattern after change
Pattern before change
T
T
Change point
Step n after change Step n +1 after change
Step n before change
Step n+1 before change
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9-6-2. Precautions when power supply is started
1. P (proportion) operation when starting the power supply
Even though the settings of PID control are done, only the initial control operation at the time of power supply
becomes the P (proportion) operation. As a result, due to the conditions the output value becomes very big
momentarily during the power supply, hence take care.
2.Countermeasures against the erroneous output during power supply
During the power supply, until the controller starts normally, output related signals are sometimes momentarily
output. Implement the countermeasures against erroneous output as per the requirement by using external circuit.
Precautions
① Take care while changing the settings during operation. Control may badly
affected by parameters.
② Supply a good quality and a stable power supply. The controller may malfunction
unexpectedly when it is adversely affected by noise, temporary cut off etc.
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10. Detailed explanation of main functions
10-1 Measurement range
The controller is a universal input type or a 4-wire resistance thermometer type and has various measurement
ranges. From among them, select the appropriate measurement range from the sensor and the scale range that is
to be actually used. For thermocouple and resistance thermometer, confirm the standards and then select the
measurement range. Especially 'Pt100Ω' system of resistance thermometer has three types of standards hence
take care.
Displayed measurement range which is set at [measurement range] of mode 5 may be not in order.
[Universal]
No.
Measurement
range
Scale range(°C) Scale range(K)
No.
Measurement
range
Scale range(°C) Scale range(K)
0.0 to 1820.0
273.0 to 2093.0
31
10mV
±10mV
02
R1
0.0 to 1760.0
273.0 to 2033.0
32
20mV
±20mV
03
R2
0.0 to 1200.0
273.0 to 1473.0
33
50mV
±50mV
04
S
0.0 to 1760.0
273.0 to 2033.0
34
100mV
±100mV
05
K1
-200.0 to 1370.0
73.0 to 1643.0
35
5V
±5V
06
K2
0.0 to 600.0
273.0 to 873.0
10V
±10V
07
K3
-200.0 to 300.0
73.0 to 573.0
08
E1
-270.0 to 1000.0
09
E2
0.0 to 700.0
273.0 to 973.0
10
E3
-270.0 to 300.0
3.0 to 573.0
20mA
0 to 20mA
E4
-270.0 to 150.0
3.0 to 423.0
J1
-200.0 to 1200.0
73.0 to 1473.0
J2
-200.0 to 900.0
73.0 to 1173.0
41
JPt100Ω1
-200.0 to 649.0
73.0 to 922.0
J3
-200.0 to 400.0
73.0 to 673.0
42
JPt100Ω2
-200.0 to 400.0
73.0 to 673.0
15
J4
-100.0 to 200.0
173.0 to 473.0
44
JPt100Ω4
-200.0 to 200.0
73.0 to 473.0
16
T1
-270.0 to 400.0
3.0 to 673.0
45
JPt100Ω5
-100.0 to 100.0
173.0 to 373.0
17
T2
-200.0 to 200.0
73.0 to 473.0
46
QPt100Ω1
-200.0 to 649.0
73.0 to 922.0
18
WRe5-26
0.0 to 2310.0
273.0 to 2583.0
47
QPt100Ω2
-200.0 to 400.0
73.0 to 673.0
19
W-WRe26
0.0 to 2310.0
273.0 to 2583.0
49
QPt100Ω4
-200.0 to 200.0
73.0 to 473.0
20
NiMo-Ni
-50.0 to 1410.0
223.0 to 1683.0
50
QPt100Ω5
-100.0 to 100.0
173.0 to 373.0
21
CR-AuFe
0.0 to 280.0 K
0.0 to 280.0
51
JPt50Ω
-200.0 to 649.0
73.0 to 922.0
22
N
0.0 to 1300.0
273.0 to 1573.0
53
Pt100Ω1
-200.0 to 850.0
73.0 to 1123.0
23
PR5-20
0.0 to 1800.0
273.0 to 2073.0
54
Pt100Ω2
-200.0 to 400.0
73.0 to 673.0
24
PtRh40-20
0.0 to 1880.0
273.0 to 2153.0
56
Pt100Ω4
-200.0 to 200.0
73.0 to 473.0
25
PlatiII1
0.0 to 1390.0
273.0 to 1663.0
57
Pt100Ω5
-100.0 to 100.0
173.0 to 373.0
26
PlatiII2
0.0 to 600.0
273.0 to 873.0
27
U
-200.0 to 400.0
73.0 to 673.0
28
L
-200.0 to 900.0
73.0 to 1173.0
12
13
14
37
3.0 to 1273.0
36
Resistance thermometer
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Direct current
11
DC voltage
B
Thermocouple
01
[4-wire resistance thermometer]
Scale range
(K)
No.
Measurement range
JPt100Ω1
-200.0 to 649.0
73.0- 922.0
50
QPt100Ω5
-100.0 to 100.0
173.0 to 373.0
JPt100Ω2
-200.0 to 400.0
73.0- 673.0
51
JPt50Ω
-200.0 to 649.0
73.0 to 922.0
JPt100Ω4
-200.0 to 200.0
73.0- 473.0
52
JPt100Ω5
-100.0 to 100.0
173.0- 373.0
53
QPt100Ω1
-200.0 to 649.0
73.0- 922.0
54
QPt100Ω2
-200.0 to 400.0
73.0- 673.0
56
QPt100Ω4
-200.0 to 200.0
73.0- 473.0
57
41
42
44
45
46
47
Resistance
thermometer
Measurement range
49
Resistance
thermometer
Scale range(°C)
No.
Scale range(°C) Scale range(K)
Pt-Co
4.0 to 374.0 K
4.0 to 374.0
Pt100Ω1
-200.0 to 850.0
73.0 to 1123.0
Pt100Ω2
-200.0 to 400.0
73.0 to 673.0
Pt100Ω4
-200.0 to 200.0
73.0 to 473.0
Pt100Ω5
-100.0 to 100.0
173.0 to 373.0
[Standard list]
K, E, J, T, R, S, B, N: IEC584 (1977,1982), JIS C 1602-1995, JIS C 1605-1995
WRe5-WRe26, W-WRe26, NiMo-Ni, PlatinelⅡ, CR-AuFe, PtRh40-PtRh2: ASTM Vo1.14.03
U, L: DIN43710-1985
Pt100: IEC751 (1995), JIS C 1604-1997
QPt100: IEC751 (1983), JIS C 1604-1989, JIS C 1606-1989
ÚQPt100Ω is also called old PT100Ω.
JPt100: JIS C 1604-1981, JIS C 1606-1986
JPt50: JIS C 1604-1981
10-2 .Linear scale
If linear input (Direct current voltage and direct current) is selected, initial value of linear scale and measurement
scope is as follows.
Measurement
range
Measurement scope
(Initial value)
Scale range
Linear scale (Initial value)
31
10mV
- 10.0 to 10.0 mV
0.00
to 10.00 mV
0.0 to 2000.0
32
20mV
- 20.0 to 20.0 mV
0.00
to 20.00 mV
0.0 to 2000.0
33
50mV
- 50.0 to 50.0 mV
0.00
to 50.00 mV
0.0 to 2000.0
34
100mV
-100.0 to 100.0 mV
0.00
to 100.00 mV
0.0 to 2000.0
35
5V
0.0 to 5.0 V
0.000 to 5.000 V
0.0 to 2000.0
37
10V
-10.0 to 10.0 V
0.000 to 10.000 V
0.0 to 2000.0
36
20mA
4.00
0.0 to 2000.0
0.0 to 20.0 mA
to 20.00 mA
Setting procedure is as follows.
① For 'measurement scope' of mode 5, set the minimum value and the maximum value of the analog
signal that is actually input from the sensor.
② For 'linear scale' of mode 5, after confirming how to display that minimum value and maximum value,
set the decimal point position and lower limit and upper limit of the scale.
③ For example, for 4-20 mA if you want to display 0.00-100.00, the settings are as follows.
・Measurement scope
: 4.000 (minimum value) – 20.000 (Maximum value).
・Linear scale
: DOT2.
0.00 (Lower limit) -100.00 (Higher limit).
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10-3. Alarm mode
Following are the 8 types of alarm formats.
① DH (Deviation high limit alarm)
: Alarm is ON when SV (setting value)+ Alarm setting value
is more than PV (measurement value).
② DHW (Deviation high limit wait alarm)
: In a system when high limit deviation alarm has a wait
function, wait alarm on until entering normal range. When
start RUN at RESET condition, or perform ADV (progress),
the status becomes wait status.
③ DL (Deviation low limit alarm)
: Alarm is ON when SV (setting value)+ Alarm setting value
is more than PV (measurement value).
④ DLW (Deviation low limit wait alarm)
: In a system when low limit deviation alarm has a wait
function, wait alarm on until entering normal range. When
start RUN at RESET condition, or perform ADV (progress),
the status becomes wait status.
⑤ AH (Absolute value high limit alarm)
: Alarm is ON when PV (measurement value) is more than
alarm setting value.
⑥ AHW (Absolute value high limit wait alarm) : In a system when high limit absolute value alarm has a wait
function, wait alarm on until entering normal range. When
start RUN at RESET condition, or perform ADV (progress),
the status becomes wait status.
⑦ AL (Absolute value low limit alarm)
: Alarm is ON when PV (measurement value) is less than
alarm setting value.
⑧ ALW (Absolute value low limit alarm wait) : In a system when low limit absolute value alarm has a wait
function, wait alarm on until entering normal range. When
start RUN at RESET condition, or perform ADV (progress),
the status becomes wait status.
*Alarm calculation is performed when operate program and constant value, not RESET.
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Alarm ON:
Alarm dead band (db):
Alarm setting value (AL):
[DH (High limit deviation alarm)]
[DL (Low limit deviation alarm)]
PV
SV
AL
db
PV
db
AL
SV
Alarm ON
PV>SV+AL:ON,SV+AL-db<PV≦SV+AL:KEEP,PV≦SV+AL-db:OFF
[DHW (Deviation high limit wait alarm)]
Alarm ON
PV<SV+AL:ON,SV+AL≦PV<SV+AL+db:KEEP,PV>SV-AL+db:OFF
[DLW (Deviation low limit wait alarm)]
PV
SV
AL
db
PV
db
AL
SV
Alarm ON
Alarm ON
Ú AL: OFF until it once enters the normal range
Ú AL: OFF until it once enters the normal range
PV>SV+AL:ON,SV+AL-db<PV≦SV+AL:KEEP,PV≦SV+AL-db:OFF
PV<SV+AL:ON,SV+AL≦PV<SV+AL+db:KEEP,PV≦SV-AL+db:OFF
[AH (Absolute value high limit alarm)]
[AL (Absolute value low limit alarm)]
PV
AL
db
PV
db
AL
Alarm ON
AL<PV:ON,AL-db<PV≦AL:KEEP,PV≦AL-db:OFF
Alarm ON
AL>PV:ON,AL≦PV<AL+db:KEEP,PV≧AL+db:OFF
[AHW (Absolute value high limit wait alarm)]
[ALW (Absolute value low limit wait alarm)]
PV
AL
db
PV
db
AL
Alarm ON
Alarm ON
Ú AL: OFF until it once enters the normal range
AL<PV:ON,AL-db<PV≦AL:KEEP,PV≦AL-db:OFF
Ú AL: OFF until it once enters the normal range
AL>PV:ON,AL≦PV<AL+db:KEEP,PV≧AL+db:OFF
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10-4. Auto tuning
Auto tuning (AT) is a function that automatically calculates PID constant.
There are three types of auto tunings namely AT1 to AT3 as shown below.
① AT1
・It is an auto tuning for output 1.
・It can be executed in RUN status (excluding program end status) or in constant value control status.
・Execute auto tuning by using SV when AT1 is set.
・PID calculated by using AT1, is registered in PID of PID number that is executing.
② AT2
・It is an auto tuning for output 1.
・It can be executed in RESET status (excluding constant value control status).
・8 types of SV for AT2 can be set beforehand and 8 types of PIDs can be calculated according to
those.
・PID calculated using AT2, is registered respectively in PID numbers from 1 to 8. ON/OFF of AT can
be set for each of the 8 types separately and AT execution of only arbitrary numbers is also possible.
③ AT3
・It is an auto tuning for output 1.
・It can be executed in RESET status (excluding constant value control status).
・8 types of SV for AT3 can be set beforehand and 8 types of PIDs can be calculated according to
those.
・PID calculated using AT3, is registered respectively in PID numbers from 9-1 to 9-8. ON/OFF of AT
can be set for each of the 8 types separately and AT execution of only arbitrary numbers is possible.
ON/OFF of AT can be set for each of the 8 types separately and AT execution of only arbitrary
numbers is also possible.
In case of output 2 specifications, MV (output value) of output side of non-executing AT continue to control.
Even when auto tuning start operation is done, PID is not requested normally, sometimes.
Conditions when it is not requested are as follows. In that case, PID constant is not changed and original PID
constant remains.
・When response is delayed, when it does not end even after six hour of starting the auto tuning.
・When the value of P calculated by auto tuning is less than 0.1% or more than 1000%.
・When the value of I calculated by auto tuning is less than 1 second.
・When the value of D calculated by auto tuning is less than 1 second.
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10-5. PID control
PID is the most generic control algorithm which consists of three operations namely P (Proportion), I
(Integration) and D (Differentiation).
① P operation
・It is the basic operation of PID control. It largely affects the responsiveness and the stability. Offset
occurs only in proportion operation.
・If P is increased, the amplitude of PV (measurement value) becomes less and the stability improves
however the responsiveness deteriorates.
・By setting P=0% two-position control operation takes place.
② Ioperation
・Offset due to P operation can be eliminated however as the phase is delayed stability deteriorates.
・If I is reduced (integral operation is strengthened), responsiveness improves, over shoot increases.
・Setting value '0' is equivalent to ∞ (infinity).
③ D operation
・It compensates the time that is wasted and delay in phase due to delayed elements. However as gain
in high frequency area increases, there is a limit for the strength.
・If D is increased, responsiveness increases for a large deviation, however for quick periodic
deviations stability deteriorates.
・'0' of the settings value is equivalent to OFF.
・The setting value of D, is 1/6th to 1/4th the setting value of I and it is generic.
Collectively the PID operation is as follows.
P (Proportion)
operation
I(Integration)
operation
D (Differentiation)
operation
Input
Output
The controller has 2 types of PID control algorithms installed, either of it can be selected.
① POSITION
・Position type PID system.
・Comparatively, response is valid for control target.
② VELOCITY
・Velocity type PID system.
・Comparatively, response is valid for quick control target.
For theory and details of PID control see its special literature.
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10-6 Automatic PID switching system
For execution number system, automatic PID switching system makes maximum 8 divisions of SV section in
which measurement scope is considered as maximum range and registers a PID number in each of that SV
section beforehand. As a result this function operates by using the PID that is registered in each of those SV
sections when any of the SV is executed.
Hence once the PID numbers from 9-1 to 9-8 are set, for SV section and automatic PID switching system, even
though the SV is changed, there is no trouble of changing the PID accordingly.
Automatic PID switching system is a function of PID for output 1 only. There is only one type of PID for output 2.
SV
1600°C
SV section-8
1400
SV section-7
1200
SV section-6
1000
SV section-5
800
SV section-4
600
SV section-3
400
SV section-2
200
SV section-1
0
PID
PID
No.9-1
No.9-2
PID
No.9-3
PID
PID
PID
No.9-4
No.9-5
No.9-6
PID
No.9-7
PID
No.9-8
Refer to the above when reading the explanation of setting method.
① Setting SV section
・Confirm the setting range and SV range and decide in how many parts is the SV section to be divided.
・Set SV section in 'SV section for automatic PID' of mode 3.
Ú In the above example, measurement scope is 0 to 1600°C, and for a span of 1600°C eight sections
each of 200℃ are done and SV section is set.
② Setting PID
・In 'PID 16 types' of mode 3, PID numbers from 9-1 to 9-8 according to the SV section is set.
Ú PID can be requested from auto tuning also. Auto tuning that requests PID numbers from 9-1 to 9-8 is
AT3.
③ Selecting PID system
・PID number is 'No. 9' in 'PID No. and Alarm No.' of mode 2.
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10-7. Actuator adjustment of ON-OFF servo type
If the output format is ON-OFF servo type, the controller and the actuator (motor etc.) should be adjusted. Do
the adjustment basically by auto adjustment. Fine adjustment can be done manually also, however if you are
using it for the first time, use the automatic adjustment first and then the manual fine adjustment. When auto
adjustment is not performed, output value of output display screen and feedback value have a margin of error.
1.Auto adjustment
① Initializing the setting value
・Before the adjustment, consider the setting value of 'FB dead band' of mode 4 as the initial value.
・For initial value, the dead band becomes 1.0%.
・Other than that for output in the range of 0-100%, confirm each parameter.
② Zero span adjustment
・Select 'START' in 'FB tuning' of mode 4, click  key and start FB tuning, and then adjusted data of feedback
which is displayed at output display screen is initialized.
・The actuator automatically runs on
side and
side and calculates the value
automatically.
・When FB tuning is completed, return to 'END'.
・The automatically calculated zero span value is automatically registered in 'FB zero span' of mode 4 hence
confirm it.
③ Dead band adjustment (Gain adjustment)
・See ⑤ of “Manual adjustment”.
If the movement of actuator is delayed too much, auto calculation by 'FB tuning' is not possible. In that case
after a fixed period return to 'END' and zero span value is not registered.
2.Manual adjustment
① Initializing the setting value
・Before the adjustment, return the setting value of 'FB dead band' and 'FB zero span' of mode 4 to initial value.
・Initial values are zero is 0.0%, span is 100.0% and dead band is 1.0%.
・Other than that for output in the range of 0-100%, confirm each parameter.
② Zero adjustment
・Perform manual output operation (manual output) and set the output value to 0.0%.
・Actuator scales out on
side.
・Increase the output value by 0.1% every time and request an output value that erases
display.
③ Span adjustment
・Similarly the output value is set to 100.0%.
・Actuator scales out on
side.
・Decrease the output value by 0.1% every time and request an output value that erases
display.
④ Registering zero span value
・Set the output value requested in ① and ②, in 'FB zero span' of mode 4 respectively.
⑤ Dead band adjustment (Gain adjustment)
・Successively, similarly set the output value to 50.0%.
・Increase the setting value a little every time in 'FB dead zone' of mode 4 and request a setting value that
erases both the displays of
and
of the operation screen.
・Perform a trial operation, increase the setting value little by little until the range where is no error in
controllability and set the greatest value as the settings value of final 'FB dead band'.
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10-8. Output 2
Output 2 specifications of the controller have enabled simultaneous control of heating and cooling.
PID of output 2 and gap between output 1 and output 2 can be set.
Usually, consider output 1 as heating operation and set 'direct/reverse controlling operation' of mode 4 as
'REVERSE' and consider output 2 as cooling operation and set 'direct/reverse controlling operation' of mode 4 as
'DIRECT'.
Gap is as shown in the figure below. It is called the gap between SV and 0% of output 2 (For proportion band).
When both output 1 and output 2 are PV=SV, if you want output to be 50% (When I operation and D operation
are not included), it can be done by requesting a gap G (%)=-P/2 (P: Proportion band of output 2, output 2 is direct
operation).
SV
100
(%)
Control output
Output 1
Output 2
50
0
Gap
Proportion band
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PV
10-9. Transmission signal output
It is a function that selects one type from PV (measurement value), SV (measurement value), MV1 (Output
value 1), MV2 (Output value 2), MFB (feedback value) and outputs using analog signal.
For example it is used in applications like, selecting a PV transmission and connecting that analog signal to the
recorder and recording the PV of this controller in the recorder. Specifications of analog signal are specified in a
format.
*Parallel connection of
sensor signal of controller
and recorder is prohibited.
Consequently, PV
transmission shall be used.
Using PV transmission,
record the PV in the
recorder.
Sensor
(Controller)
(Recorder)
The following occurs when transmission signal output with 4-20mA specified and measurement range K1 and in
a range of 0-1200°C transmits PV.
・Set 'PV' in transmission type of mode 7 and '0-1200' in 'transmission scale'.
Transmission signal output
20mA
(100%)
12mA
(50%)
4mA
(0%) 0
600
Transmission scale
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1200
(℃)
10-10. External signal input
In case of specifications with external drive input, this controller can have specific functions by using
communication signal (ON/OFF) of external no contact signal (relay, switch, open-collector signal etc.).
Function name
Description
1.RUN/STOP
・RUN/STOP operation is done by external drive input.
・It is function of switching between RUN and STOP of program operation.
・Fixed external signal input is controlled by continuous signal. The status is
RUN status after approximately 0.5 seconds or more after conduction (ON)
and it is OFF status after approximately 0.5 seconds or more after
non-conduction (OFF).
・It is enabled only when 'MASTER EXT' is selected in 'Program drive system' of
mode 1.
・Execution condition and operation contents etc are same as section 9-2
'Program operation and operation'.
2.ADV
・ADV operation is done by external drive input.
・It is a function to ADV (Advance: Progress) the step of program pattern.
・Fixed external signal input is controlled by momentary signal. Conduction (ON)
is done for approximately 0.5 seconds or more and when it becomes non
conducting (OFF) it advances (ADV) only by 1 step
・It is enabled only when 'MASTER EXT' is selected in 'Program drive system' of
mode 1.
・Execution condition and operation contents etc are same as section 9-2
'Program operation and operation'.
3.RESET
・RESET operation is done by external drive input.
・It is a function for resetting the program operation.
・Fixed external signal input is controlled by momentary signal. RESET status is
obtained after around 1.0 seconds or more after conduction (ON). In order to
return to normal status after RESET, choose non conduction (OFF) directly.
・It is enabled only when 'MASTER EXT' is selected in 'Program drive system' of
mode 1.
・Execution condition and operation contents etc are same as section 9-2
'Program operation and operation'.
4.WAIT
・Operation function exclusively for external drive input.
・It is a WAIT function for program operation. WAIT means stopping the program
operation temporarily. In case of WAIT status, program operation is stopped
by SV and time that exists just before WAIT and control operation is inherited
by that SV. It is a function that is mainly used at the time of slave synchronous
operation.
・Fixed external signal input is controlled by continuous signal. The status is
WAIT status after approximately 0.5 seconds or more after conduction (ON).
・It is enabled only when 'MASTER EXT' is selected in 'Program drive system' of
mode 1.
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Function
name
5.PTN 1
PTN 2
PTN 4
PTN 8
PTN10
Description
・Pattern number (PTN) is selected by external signal input.
・Pattern number selection is based on control signal due to BCD code.
・Fixed external signal input is controlled by continuous signal. See the example table below,
depending on the pattern number to be selected, conduct (ON) external signal input with ○
mark. Pattern number is selected in around 0.5 seconds after conduction (ON). It is
possible to select conducting patterns except ○ mark depend on the pattern number. For
example, when select pattern No. 10, select conducting PTN8 and PTN2.
PTN
No.9
PTN
No.8
PTN
No.7
PTN
No.6
PTN
No.5
PTN
No.4
PTN
No.3
PTN
No.2
PTN
No.1
PTN10
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
PTN 8
○
○
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
PTN 4
×
×
○
○
○
○
×
×
×
PTN 2
×
×
○
○
×
×
○
○
×
PTN 1
○
×
○
×
○
×
○
×
○
PTN
No.19
PTN
No.18
PTN
No.17
PTN
No.16
PTN
No.15
PTN
No.14
PTN
No.13
PTN
No.12
PTN
No.11
PTN
No.10
PTN10
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
PTN 8
○
○
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
PTN 4
×
×
○
○
○
○
×
×
×
×
PTN 2
×
×
○
○
×
×
○
○
×
×
PTN 1
○
×
○
×
○
×
○
×
○
×
・When BCD code with pattern number other than 1-19 is selected, the pattern number that is
selected earlier remains.
・It is enabled only when 'EXT' is selected in 'Pattern selection system' of mode 1.
・As an example if only pattern numbers 1-4 need to be selected, only three external signal
inputs of PTN 1, PTN 2, PTN 3, PTN 4 can be assigned.
・Execution condition and operation contents etc are same as section 9-2 'Program operation
and operation'.
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10-11. External signal output
In case of specifications with external drive input, this controller can output externally the time signal and
various status signals by using open-collector signal.
Function name
Description
1.TS1
TS2
TS3
TS4
TS5
・It is a time signal (continuous signal).
・There are 5 types of time signals from TS 1 to TS 5. When time signal is ON
output signal is ON.
2.RUN/STOP
・It is the status signal of RUN/STOP (continuous signal).
・When operation status is RUN output signal is ON and when it is STOP output
signal is OFF.
3.ADV
・It is the status signal of ADV (momentary signal).
・When operation status signal is ADV (Advance: Progress) output signal is ON
only for around 0.5 seconds.
4.RESET
・It is the status signal of RESET (Continuous signal).
・When operation status is RESET, output signal is ON.
5.WAIT
・It is the status signal of WAIT (Continuous signal).
・When operation status is WAIT, output signal is ON.
・WAIT means waiting during real temperature compensation and in external
signal input the status is WAIT at the time of ON.
6.END
・It is the status signal of END (Continuous).
・When operation status is END (program end) output signal is ON.
Operation status and status signal are shown together in the diagram as follows.
RESET
[Operation status]
RESET
STOP
RUN
RUN
▼ADV
END
[Status signal]
RUN/STOP
ADV
Approximately 0.5 seconds
END
RESET
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10-12. Master slave synchronous operation
In case of specifications with external drive input, by combining external drive input and status signal for a
number of KP series unit and also including real temperature compensation status synchronous program
operation can be done.
Even when real time compensation operation takes place, a system that inherits synchronous operation is
called master slave synchronous operation and it is one of the excellent functions of KP series. In case of real time
compensation operation, when asynchronous operation is okay, it is okay to operate using series connection of
general external drive input.
1. View point
Combine external drive input and status signal. From among a number of units performing synchronous
operation, consider one unit as master instrument and the rest of them as slave instruments. Slave instruments
will receive from the master instrument the status signal by using external drive input and will run the program. If
any one of the units is in WAIT status during real temperature compensation operation, by sending the status
signal of that WAIT to WAIT of external drive input of the master instrument, all the other slave instruments also
get the WAIT status. Thus in case of real temperature compensation operation also, a synchronous operation that
minimizes temporal errors can be realized.
2. Wiring
An example of basic master slave synchronous operation wiring is given below.
Connect the master instrument when
performing run operation by using external
drive input
Master
instrument
Slave instrument
No. 1
①
①
①
②
②
②
③
③
③
④
④
④
⑤
⑤
⑤
Ⓐ
Ⓐ
Ⓐ
Ⓑ
Ⓑ
Ⓑ
Ⓒ
Ⓒ
Ⓒ
Ⓓ
Ⓓ
Ⓓ
Ⓔ
Ⓔ
Ⓔ
Master drive input
Terminal
Function
Slave instrument
No. 2
No.3 onwards
continued
Status signal
Terminal
Function
①
RUN/STOP
Ⓐ
RUN/STOP
②
ADV
Ⓑ
ADV
③
RESET
Ⓒ
RESET
④
WAIT
Ⓓ
WAIT
⑤
COM
Ⓔ
COM
Ú As terminal is a tentative number, replace it by the terminal number you are using and read.
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3. Setting
Set the 'Program drive operation' of mode 1 as follows.
Setting contents
Master
instrument
Set from any of the following.
・'MASTER KEY'
: Set when performing the run operation using the front key.
・'MASTER EXT'
: Set when performing run operation by using external drive
input.
・'MASTER COM'
: Set when performing run operation by communication.
However it can be selected only in case of specifications with
communication.
Slave
instrument
Set all to 'SLAVE EXT'.
4. Operation
① Run operation
・Run operation is executed only for master instrument.
・All the slave instruments operate in synchronization with the status signal of master instrument.
② Real temperature compensation operation
・In case of real temperature compensation operation of any one unit, WAIT status signal is output from
that one unit, and WAIT signal is sent from master instrument to all the slave instruments. Thus all
the connected products are in WAIT status and thus are synchronized.
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10-13. Communications interface
The controller is provided with various communications functions and they are as follows.
10-13-1. Engineering port
It is a communications function provided in all the products. Engineering port exists on the right side on the front
after opening the lower cover of the front part. Communications with the PC can be done by connecting an
exclusive engineering cable (sold separately).
Specifications of communications by using the engineering port is as follows.
・Communications protocol: MODBUS-RTU
・Communications speed: 9600bps
・Communications character: bit length 8/parity NON/stop bit 1
10-13-2. Specifications with communications
Usually when doing communications select specifications with communications. Type of communications can
be selected from amongst RS-232C, RS-422A and RS-485.
Communications enables the setting of parameters (Data Write) and data reading (Data Read) by connecting to
PC and remote operation for which PC is used and data management can be done. As one more function of KP
series, is the communications transmission (digital transmission) function. It is a function which is combined with
digital indicating controller DB series which is a sister model, and SV transmission is sent from KP series using
communications and by receiving it as remote SV of DB series, using communications, a remote operation
without any error at all can be realized. Remote operation due to remote signal input of DB series is called Analog
Remote, and remote operation due to communications remote is called Digital Remote.
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11. Engineering port
This function can connect with the PC from the front of the controller. Even if this function is not in the
specifications with communication interface, it is provided as standard to all products.
An exclusive engineering cable is inserted in this port and connected to the PC.
Parameter setup software 'PASS' is available with our company. Various parameters can be easily set from
the front of the controller by using this 'PASS' and engineering cable, and PC.
Engineering cable
Engineering port
Engineering port is used for temporary communication connection on that structure and is not for usual
connection.
If you want to carry out the communication by usual connection, while purchasing specify specifications with
communication interface and do a permanent connection from the back side.
Precaution
Connecting and disconnecting of engineering cable to engineering
port in this instrument should be done while applying power.
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12.Trouble shooting
Condition
Items to be confirmed
1. There is an error in PV
or PV is not stable
・Confirm that there is no problem in the wiring with the sensor.
・For thermocouple confirm that wiring is done till the terminal screw by
using thermocouple and compensation lead wire.
・Confirm that the terminal screws are tightened properly.
・Confirm that sensor signal is not connected in parallel with other
instrument.
・Confirm that protective elements etc are connected to sensor signal
and the impedance does not become high.
・Confirm that there is no problem in output specifications (impedance
etc.) and output signal of sensor itself.
・Confirm that ground terminal is connected to good quality protective
ground.
・Confirm that there is no noise.
・Confirm that there is no problem in the environment and atmosphere
(surrounding temperature, wind etc.)
・Confirm that set contents of various parameters (Measurement range,
sensor correction, customer scale calibration etc) are correct.
2. PV display becomes
'¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯'.
・It indicates excessive input or higher limit burn out for measurement
range. Confirm the sensor signal.
3. PV display becomes
'_ _ _ _ _'.
・It indicates very little input or lower limit burn out for measurement
range. Confirm the sensor signal.
4. Control is not stable.
・Confirm that there is no problem with the wiring of the acuator terminal.
・Confirm that the terminal screw is tightened properly.
・Confirm that there is no noise.
・Confirm that the set contents of various parameters (PID, output limiter
etc.) are correct.
Ú Regarding controllability, it is necessary to do the design/adjustment
not only in just the controller but in the entire system of the final
product. If the controllability does not improve even on adjusting the
set contents of various parameters (PID etc.) of the controller, consult
the designer of this final product.
5. 'ERR' of status display
lights.
・It indicated abnormality in taking the input. In addition to chances of
abnormality in the internal circuit of the controller, it might be
adversely affected by noise also, hence confirm that there is no noise.
6. Cause unclear however
operation is strange
・Confirm that the contents of various parameters are correct.
・Even then if the operation of the controller is strange, initialize the set
contents. Do all the settings again and confirm that there is no
problem in it.
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Condition
Items to be confirmed
7. Lower display is not
displayed normally,
displayed strips.
・Set the proper value of the [Display contrast] in mode11.
40 to 70% of range is suitable setting value. When setting the range of
80 to 100%, stripes appear in the LCD. The setting value is set the
initial value (50%) in ordinary use.
8. Error message is displayed
when setting the parameter
・After confirming error message, change to the correct setting because
of the setting which is not registered.
9. Error message is displayed
when starting operaions
・After confirming error message, change to the correct setting because
of the setting which is not started operation.
When problems are not improved after executing the above troubleshooting, contact the dealer or your
local CHINO’s sales agent.
Warning
When repair or modification of this instrument is needed, contact the dealer or your
local CHINO’s sales agent. Make sure that no persons other than service
engineers approved by CHINO CORPORATION do not repair or modify this
instrument by replacing parts.
The data of settings may be deleted during repairing for unexpected trouble
(power failure, earthquake, or other unexpected accident).
Backup the data of settings before having the instrument repaired. We are not
responsible for the lost or damaged data.
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13. Checking and maintenance
13-1. Checking
13-1-1. Checking according to the trial operation
Every time before starting the operation do a trial operation and confirm that the final product is correct.
13-1-2. Checking the accuracy
For the controller, depending on the requirement of the client periodical accuracy checking is necessary.
Due to secular changes, these may slightly drift from accuracy, from the time when it was purchased.
Accuracy checking is done in our company hence consult your dealer or our company's nearest office.
13-1-3. Overhaul
Since the controller is reliable, we recommend an overhaul after 2-3 years. For ordering overhaul contact
your dealer or our company's nearest office.
13-2. Life component
Clear life component of the controller is as follows.
Please understand that secular changes and aging occurs in almost all the products.
Component name
1. Relay
Ú Relay for control, relay for alarm.
Estimated life
Approximately one hundred thousand times
2. Electrolysis condenser
Ú Condenser for smoothness of
electric circuit.
Approximately 5 years
(Surrounding temperature: 30°C, operation time: 12 hours/day)
3. Lithium battery
Ú Battery for memory backup.
Approximately 10 years
(Surrounding temperature: 30°C, operation time: 12 hours/day)
13-3. Disposal
Precautions
① A small amount of hazardous substance below the specified level with
RoHS directive is included in this controller.
② When disposing the controller always request a professional to do it, or
dispose the controller in according to the garbage collection method of the
each community.
③ This controller uses lithium battery. When disposing the controller, always
request a professional to do it.
④ Separate the box, plastic bags, and cushioning materials the controller is
packaged in according to the garbage collection method of the each
community, and please cooperate to recycle.
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14. Explanation of terms
Term
Unit
RJ
(Reference Junction)
Sensor correction
PV decimal point
SV decimal point for
display
Explanation
Only for thermocouple or resistance thermometer select°C or K.
Operation equation is as follows.
・°C = K-273.15
・K = °C + 273.15
Thermocouple has measurement junction (temperature measurement side) and
reference junction (electromotive force generation side) and reference junction
decides the standards of thermo-electromotive force table (with scale) at 0°C
condition.
▢
Measuring junction ◉
Reference junction
▢
When connecting the thermocouple to terminal of the controller, usually the
temperature of the terminal becomes same as the surrounding temperature and is
not 0°C. As a result, unless that temperature is compensated correct temperature
cannot be measured. That compensation that is done automatically in the product
internally is called the compensation function 'RJ'.
It is a function that corrects the PV (measurement value).
It can also be used as zero point adjustment of sensor signal.
It is a function that enables the selection of decimal point function of PV
(measurement).
Decimal point position can be selected from 5 digits display.
This is a function for changing position of the decimal point of SV at the upper
display. For example, when number of digits after decimal point is not displayed, use
this function.
It is a filter function on the operation having first order lag in PV (measurement
value).
Setting value of digital filter is equivalent to time constant (T), and when PV is
changed during step condition it is equivalent to the time (seconds) to reach
approximately 63%.
Original PV change
Digital filter
A
0.63A
PV lag due to digital filter
T
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T: Digital filter (0.0-99.9 seconds)
Term
It is a function that sets higher
Limit and lower limit in a range from
-5.0 to 105% in MV.
All the MVs (output value) on
the control, lie within the range
of higher limit and lower limit
that is set.
100%
H
Output
value
Output limiter
Explanation
L
0%
SV
Proportion band
Output
value
100%
It is a function that lays out MV
H
from 0.0 to 100%, in a range from
higher limit value to lower limit
value that is set.
L
All the MVs (output value) on
0%
the control, lie within the range
of higher limit and lower limit
that is set.
Ú Option (Specify when placing an order)
Output scale
SV
Proportion band
Output variation limiter
It is a function that limits the variation quantity of MV (output value), for each
control cycle (approximately 0.1 seconds). For example when variation in MV is 50%
and set value of output variation limiter is 5%, then approximately 0.1 seconds x 50 /
5 = approximately 1.0 seconds, to arrive to a variation of 50% approximately 1.0
seconds are required.
By using this function appropriately, sudden variation in MV (output value) can be
avoided and controllability can be improved.
However, manual output (include immediately after switching manual to auto) and
output during PV abnormality are not effect this function.
Output preset
It is a function that can set MV (output value) when SV = PV, when controlling only
the P (proportion) operation.
It is a function that considers forcibly MV (output value) as set value when, PV
(measurement value) exceeds the range (including higher limit burnout),is below
range (including lower limit burnout).
Output at the time of PV
Separate settings can be done in case of over range (including higher limit
abnormality
burnout) and under range (including lower limit burnout). In case of internal data
abnormality, MV (output value) is the same as that in case of over range (including
higher limit burnout).
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Term
Explanation
Pulse cycle
It is a function that sets one cycle time of output ON/OFF in case of ON-OFF pulse
type or SSR drive pulse type.
The smaller the set value the better the controllability, however as the ON/OFF
count increases the life span of relay etc. decreases. Set the highest possible value
in the range such that there is no error in controllability.
'Reverse operation' is a control operation for SV (Setting value) in which the lower
the PV (measurement value) the bigger the MV (output value) and it is generally
used at the time of heating operation.
'Direct operation' is a control operation for SV (Setting value) in which the higher
the PV (measurement value) the bigger the MV (output value) and it is generally
used at the time of cooling operation.
[Direct operation]
[Reverse operation]
Control operation
SV
SV
100%
100%
0%
0%
Low
Output dead band
(Two-position control
operation)
Low
High
PV
PV
High
It is a dead band of output operation
[For reverse operation]
of two-position control operation
SV
(when P=0%).
The smaller the set value the better
Dead
100%
the controllability, however as the
band
ON/OFF count increases the life span of
relay etc. decreases. Set the highest
0%
possible value in the range such that
PV
High
Low
there is no error in controllability.
It is a function that, activates the alarm at the alarm setting value during alarm
activation and releases the alarm when the dead band that is set in the alarm setting
value exceeds the dead band that is set in alarm setting value during alarm release.
Alarm activation section
Alarm dead band
PV
High limit alarm set
value
Activation
point
Release point
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Dead band
Term
Explanation
Alarm delay
In the function that has delay in alarm output, initial alarm is switched ON, when
the judgment time of alarm ON is continuously equal to the setting value or more. If
the judgment time of alarm ON, is less than the setting value, alarm is not switched
ON.
For example, if setting value of alarm delay is 5, when alarm is activated
continuously for 5 seconds or more, initial alarm is switched ON. However when
alarm is released it is switched OFF immediately.
It is a function that decides the range of PID operation (especially I operation) in
position type PID control.
If this set value is exceeded, it becomes a PD operation.
A.R.W
(Anti reset windup)
PD operation
H of ARW
PV
PID operation
SV
L of ARW
PD operation
PV start
It is one of the functions in program operation and is a function that starts the SV
(setting value) of program pattern from current PV (measurement value).
When setting PV start, when operation status is changed from RESET to RUN, the
operation starts from first identical SV in program pattern and PV at that time. If
identical SV does not exist, SV is started and the operation starts from the first step.
When pattern link is set, only initial pattern is enabled.
Real temperature
compensation
In program operation, when progressing towards the next new step, if PV
(measurement value) as against SV is not less than the setting value of real
temperature compensation, when it enters the value less than the setting value stop
the time there and perform constant value operation, and move to the next step and
perform constant value operation at that point of time.
Thus by using this function effectively, control operation according to the program
pattern is possible. If set the small value, real temperature compensation may not
work because of passing though next input taking.
Wait time alarm
In case of real temperature compensation operation, for value equal to or greater
than the setting value of wait time alarm, it is a alarm function when constant value
operation time lapses due to real temperature compensation operation.
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15. Accessories
15-1. Front protective cover
Model type is “KP cover”.
It is a cover for protecting the front part also to protect the keys from being tampered.
During closed installation, it is not mounted but it is with front protective cover, the panel mounting interval of the
controller is 105 m or more.
15-2. Contact protection element
Contact protection element is connected for noise rejection to the relay output terminal of the controller.
Always do the loading and wiring through contact protection element and buffer relay in relay output like ON-OFF
pulse type, ON-OFF servo type and alarm output.
Contact protection element as shown below is available with our company also, use it as per you requirement.
Model
Specifications
Open close current
Application
CX-CR1
0.01μF + 120Ω
Less than 0.2A
For light load
CX-CR2
0.5μF + 47Ω
0.2A or more
For heavy load
While using it, the leak current flows depending on the load power supply as shown below hence take care.
Model
Power voltage: 200V
Power voltage: 100V
50Hz
60Hz
50Hz
50Hz
CX-CR1
Approximately
2mA
Approximately
2mA
Approximately
1mA
Approximately
1mA
CX-CR2
Approximately
45mA
Approximately
55mA
Approximately
23mA
Approximately
28mA
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16. Specifications
■ Input specifications
Input signal:
Thermocouple B, R, S, K, E, J, T, WRe5-WRe26,
W-WRe26, NiMo-Ni, CR-AuFe, N, PR5-20,
PtRh40-PtRh20, PlatinelⅡ, U, L
DC voltage
±10mV, ±20mV, ±50mV, ±100mV,
±5V, ±10V
0 to 20mA
DC current
Resistance thermometer Pt100, JPt100, Old Pt100,
JPt50, Pt-Co (4-wires)
Measurement range: Thermocouple 28 types, DC voltage 6
types, DC current 1 type, resistance
thermometer 14 types
Temperature unit: °C, K
Accuracy rating: ±0.1%± 1 digit of measurement range
For details see, 'Detailed accuracy rating specifications'.
Reference junction compensation accuracy:±0.5°C
For details see, 'Reference junction compensation accuracy'.
Sampling tate: Approximately 0.1 seconds
Resolution : Approximately 1/30000
Burnout: Restricted to thermocouple, DC voltage (less than
±50mV), resistance thermometer (3-wire), high limit
burnout is a standard provision. During burnout,
output value of output 1 and output 2 can be set
optionally, and high limit alarm is ON (during high
limit burnout) however DC voltage (±100mV or
more), DC current, resistance temperature (4 wire
system) are not provided.
Input impedance: Thermocouple 1MΩ or more
DC voltage 1MΩ or more
Direct current approximately 250Ω
Allowable signal source resistance:
Thermocouple Less than 100Ω
DC voltage (mV) Less than 100Ω
DC voltage (V) Less than 300Ω
Allowable wire resistance: Resistance thermometer
Less than 5Ω (Should be common
for all wires)
Measurement current of resistance thermometer:
Approximately 1mA
Maximum allowable input: Thermocouple
Less than ±20V
DC voltage
Less than ±20V
DC voltage
Less than ±30mA, Less than ±7.5V
Resistance temperature Less than 500Ω,
Less than ±5V
Maximum common mode voltage: Less than 30VAC
Common mode rejection ratio: 130dB or more (50/60Hz)
Normal mode rejection ration: 50dB or more (50/60Hz)
■Display specifications
Upper display: LED
Lower display: LCD (with back light) 108x24 dot
■ Control specifications
Control cycle: Approximately 0.1 seconds
Output format: ON-OFF pulse type, ON-OFF servo type,
Current output type, SSR drive pulse type,
voltage output type
ON-OFF pulse type:
Output signal ON-OFF pulse conductive signal
Contact capacity Resistance load
Less than 100 to 240VAC and 5A
Less than 30VDC and 5A
Inductive load
Less than 100 to 240VAC and 2.5A
Less than 30VDC and 2.5A
Smallest load
5VDC and 10mA or more
Contact protection
Build in a small type of CR device
ON-OFF servo type:
Output signal ON-OFF servo inductive signal
Contact capacity of standard load
Resistance load
Less than 100 to 240VAC and 5A
Less than 30VDC and 5A
Inductive load
Less than 100 to 240VAC and 2.5A
Less than 30VDC and 2.5A
Smallest load
5VDC and 10mA or more
Contact capacity of light load
Resistance load
Less than 100 to 240VAC and 20mA
Less than 30VDC and 20mA
Inductive load
Less than 100 to 240VAC and 20mA
Less than 30VDC and 20mA
Smallest load
5VDC and 1mA or more
Contact protection
Build in a small type of CR device
Current output type
Output signal
4 to 20mA
Load resistance Less than 750Ω
SSR drive pulse type
Output signal
ON-OFF pulse voltage signal
Output voltage
ON voltage
12VDC±20%
OFF voltage less than 0.8VDC
Load current
Less than 20mA
Voltage output type
0 to 10V
Output signal
Output impedance
Approximately 10Ω
Load resistance
50kΩ or more
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■ Alarm specifications
Alarm points: 4 points
Alarm type: Absolute value alarm, deviation alarm
Output signal: Relay output signal (“a” contact)
COM common for AL1 and AL2, COM common
for AL3 and AL4
Contact capacity
Less than 100 to 240VAC and 3A
Resistance load
Less than 30VDC and 3A
Inductive load
Less than 100 to 240VAC and 1.5A
Less than 30VDC and 1.5A
5VDC and 10mA or more
Smallest load
■ General specifications
Rated power voltage: General power supply specifications
100 to 240VAC
24V Power supply specifications
24VAC/24VDC
Rated power supply frequency:
General power supply specifications
50/60Hz
24V Power supply specification
DC, 50/60Hz
Maximum power consumption:
General power supply specifications
Without option
100VAC 10VA
240VAC 15VA
With option
100VAC 15VA
240VAC 20VA
24V Power supply specifications
Without option
24VAC 10VA
24VAC 5W
With option
24VAC 15VA
24VAC 10W
Power failure countermeasures:
Storing the setting contents using EEPROM
(Rewrite count Less than one million
times)
Terminal screw: M3.5
Insulation resistance:
Between primary terminal and secondary terminal
20MΩ or more (500VDC)
Between primary terminal and grounding terminal
20MΩ or more (500VDC)
Between secondary terminal and grounding terminal
20MΩ or more (500VDC)
Withstand voltage:
Between primary terminal and secondary terminal
1500VAC (For 1 minute)
Between primary terminal and grounding terminal
1500VAC (For 1 minute)
Between secondary terminal and grounding terminal
500VAC (For 1 minute)
Ú Primary terminal: Terminal of power supply, control
output, and alarm output
Secondary terminal: All terminals except primary
terminal,
power supply (24VAC/24VDC)
Casing: Fire-retardant Polycarbonate
Color: Gray or black
Mounting: Panel maunting
External dimensions: 96(H)x96(W)x127(D)
(Depth from panel screen is 120)
Weight: Without option
Approximately 450g
With option
Approximately 580g
■ Safety standards
CE approval: EN61326: 1997 +A1+A2+A3
EN61010-1:2001
(Over voltage category II, pollution level 2)
Ú Due to the test condition of EMC directive, indication value
or output value which is equivalent to maximum ±10% or
maximum ±2mV which ever is greater, changes.
UL file No.: E214646
:UL61010-1 2nd edition
UL
:CAN/CSA C22.2 No.61010-1-04
c-UL
■ Reference operation condition
Surrounding temperature: 23°C±2°C
Surrounding humidity: 55%RH±5% (With no condensation)
Power voltage: General power supply specifications
100VAC±1%
24V Power supply specifications
24VDC±1%
Power supply frequency:
General power supply specifications
50/60Hz±0.5%
24V Power supply specifications
DC
Mounting orientation: Forward or backward ±3°, lateral ±3°
Set up height: Altitude below 2000m
Vibrations: 0m/s2
Shocks: 0m/s2
Mounting condition: Simple panel mounting
(There should be a space above below and to the right
and left)
Wind: None
External noise: None
Warm up time: 30 minutes or more
■ Normal operation condition
Surrounding temperature: -10°C to 50°C
(-10°C to 40°C for closed installation)
Surrounding humidity: 10 to 90%RH (With no condensation)
Power voltage: General power supply specifications
90 to 264VAC
24V Power supply specifications
21.6 to 26.4VDC/AC
Power supply frequency:
General power supply specifications
50/60Hz±2%
24V Power supply specifications
DC,50/60Hz±2%
Mounting orientation: Forward or backward±10°, lateral±10°
Set up height: Altitude below 2000m
Vibrations: 2m/s2
Shocks: 0m/s2
Mounting condition: Simple panel mounting
(There should be a space above below and to the right
and left)
External noise: None
Surrounding temperature variation ratio: Less than 10°C/hour
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■ Transport conditions
[External signal input]
Surrounding temperature: -20°C to 60°C
Number of inputs: Maximum 9
Surrounding humidity: 5 to 90%RH (With no condensation)
Input signal: No-voltage contact, open-collector signal
Vibrations: 4.9m/s2 (10 to 60Hz)
External contact capacity: 5VDC・2mA
Shocks: 392m/s2
Function: RUN/STOP
However these are the factory shipping packing conditions.
ADV
RESET
■ Storage conditions
WAIT
Surrounding temperature: -20°C to 60°C
However temperature for long term preservation is
Pattern NO. selection
10°C to 30°C.
(5 points ofPTN1/PTN2/PTN4/PTN8/PTN10)
Insulation: Internal circuit is insulated (More than 20MΩ or
Surrounding humidity: 5 to 90%RH (With no condensation)
2
more and 500VDC)
Vibrations: 0m/s
2
Shocks: 0m/s
External signal input points are not insulated
However these are the factory shipping packing conditions.
[External signal output]
■ Option
Number of outputs: Maximum 10
[ Transmission signal output]
Output signal: No-voltage contact, open-collector signal
Number of outputs: Maximum 1
Output signal: 4-20mA (Load resistance
0-1V
No-voltage contact, open-collector signal
Less than 400Ω)
(Output impedance
Function: Timer signal 5 points
Approx.10Ω)
(TS1/TS2/TS3/TS4/TS5)
(Load resistance More than 50kΩ)
0-10V
(Output impedance
RUN/STOP
Approx.10Ω)
ADV
(Load resistance More than 50kΩ)
Accuracy rating: High accuracy type
Resolution: High accuracy type
±0.1%FS
RESET
Approx. 1/30000
WAIT
Output update period: Approx. 0.1 second
END
Insulation:
Insulation: Internal circuit is insulated (More than 20MΩ or
Internal circuit is insulated
more and 500VDC)
(More than 20MΩ and 500VDC)
External output points are not insulated
Transmission signal outputs are also insulated
[Communication Interface]
[Panel sealing]
Communication points: Maximum 1
External protection: Corresponding to IEC60529 IP54 (Not
Communication type: RS-232C, RS-422A, RS-485
possible during closed instrumentation)
Protocol: MODBUS(RTU), MODBUS(ASCII), PRIVATE
[Terminal cover]
Insulation: Internal circuit is insulated (More than
Cover the terminals for safe.
20MΩ/500VDC)
Communication interfaces are not insulated
[Output 2]
Control period: Approx. 0.1 second
Output type: ON/OFF pulse type, Current output type, Voltage
output type, SSR drive pulse type. Combinations
of these types are also possible
Insulation: Internal circuit is insulated (More than 20MΩ or
more and 500VDC
Outputs are not insulated (Only On/Off pulse type
is insulated)
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■ Detailed specifications of accuracy rating
Input type
Accuracy rating
Exceptional specifications
B
0 to 400℃: Out of specifications
400 to 800℃: ±0.2%FS ±1digit
R, S
0 to 400℃ : ±0.2%FS ±1digit
N
K
E
J
±0.1%FS ±1 digit
T
Thermocouple
U
L
-200 to 0ºC: ±0.2%FS ±1digit
or ±60μV equivalent value, whichever is bigger
-270 to 0ºC: ±0.2%FS ±1digit
or ±80μV equivalent value, whichever is bigger
-200 to 0ºC: ±0.2%FS ±1digit
or ±80μV equivalent value, whichever is bigger
-270 to 0ºC: ±0.2%FS ±1digit
or ±40μV equivalent value, whichever is bigger
-200 to 0ºC: ±0.2%FS ±1digit
or ±40μV equivalent value, whichever is bigger
-200 to 0ºC: ±0.2%FS ±1digit
WRe5-WRe26
W-WRe26
0 to 400ºC: ±0.3%FS ±1digit
NiMo-Ni
Platinel II
CR-AuFe
PR5-20
±0.2%FS ±1 digit
PtRh40-PtRh20
DC voltage/DC current
Resistance
temperature
Pt100
Old Pt100
JPt100
0 to 20K: ±0.5%FS ±1digit
20 to 50K: ±0.3%FS ±1digit
0 to 100ºC:Out of specifications
100 to 200ºC: ±0.5%FS ±1digit
0 to 400ºC: ±1.5%FS ±1digit
400 to 800ºC: ±0.8%FS ±1digit
±0.1%FS ±1 digit
±0.1%FS ±1 digit
Applicable when measurement range is “-100 to 100ºC”,
-100 to 100ºC: ±0.15%FS ±1digit
JPt50
Pt-Co
±0.15%FS ±1 digit
4 to 20K : ±0.5%FS ±1digit
20 to 50K : ±0.3%FS ±1digit
Ú It is the measurement range conversion accuracy in reference operating conditions. Reference compensation
accuracy is added in case of Thermocouple.
Ú K, E, J, T, R, S, B, N: IEC584(1977, 1982), JIS C 1602-1995, JIS C 1605-1995
WRe5-WRe26, W-WRe26, NiMo-Ni, Platinel II, CR-AuFe, PtRh40-PtRh20: ASTM Vol. 14. 03
U, L: DIN43710-1985
Pt 100Ω: IEC751(1995), JIS C 1604-1997
Old Pt 100Ω: IEC751(1983), JIS C 1604-1989, JIS C 1606-1989
JPt 100Ω: JIS C 1604-1981, JIS C 1606-1986
JPt 50Ω: JIS C 1604-1981
■ Reference compensation accuracy
Thermocouple type
K, E, J, T, N, Platinel II
Other than mentioned above
Ambient temperature:23ºC±10ºC
±0.5ºC
Or ±20μV equivalent value,
whichever is more
±1.0ºC
Or ±40μV equivalent value,
whichever is more
Ambient temperature: Range other
than mentioned on left
±1.5ºC
Or ±60μV equivalent value,
whichever is more
±3.0ºC
Or ±120μV equivalent value,
whichever is more
Ú It is the compensation accuracy considered when measurement input value in 0ºC. In case of measurement value other
than 0ºC, above-mentioned electromotive force conversion equivalent value is considered as the compensation accuracy.
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17. Parameter list
[Parameters not linked to Program Pattern]
Default value
Customer
Mode
Setting Item
Setting range
(During default
setting value
NO.
settings)
SV
0000.0
Measurement scope, linear scale
Time
000:00
000:00 to 999:59
P
005.0%
000.0 to 999.9 (0 is two-position control)
I
0060s
0000 to 9999 (0 is ∞)
D
0030s
0000 to 9999 (0 is OFF)
P
005.0%
000.0 to 999.9 (0 is two-position control)
I
0060s
0000 to 9999 (0 is ∞)
D
0030s
0000 to 9999 (0 is OFF)
AL1
3000.0
AL2
-1999.9
AL3
3000.0
AL4
-1999.9
L
000.0%
-05.0 to 100.0
H
100.0%
000.0 to 105.0
UP
100.0%
000.1 to 100.0
DOWN
-100.0%
-100.0 to -000.1
0000.0
-199.99 to 200.00
UNLOCK
UNLOCK, LOCK
Alarm output cancellation
NON
NON, RESET
Auto tuning
END
END, AT1, AT2, AT3
Running SV and time
Running PID
Running second output PID
0
Running alarm 1 and alarm 2
-1999.9 to 3000.0
Running alarm 3 and alarm 4
Running output limiter
Running output variation
limiter
Running sensor compensation
Running operation key lock
MASTER KEY, MASTER EXT
Program drive method
MASTER KEY
SLAVE EXT, MASTER COM
1
Pattern selection method
KEY
KEY, EXT, COM
PASS STEP, PASS PATTERN
Time display method
PASS STEP
REMAIN STEP
REMAIN PATTERN
Adjustment mode
PROGRAM
PROGRAM, CONST
Clear pattern
END
EACH (01 to 19), ALL
Copy pattern
END
PTN:(01 to 19)→(01 to 19), YES
0000.0
Measurement scope, linear scale
HOUR:NIN
HOUR:MIN, MIN:SEC
L
-050.0%
-100.0 to 000.0
H
050.0%
000.0 to 100.0
P
005.0%
000.0 to 999.9 (0 is two-position control)
I
0060s
0000 to 9999 (0 is ∞)
D
0030s
0000 to 9999 (0 is OFF)
000.0%
-100.0 to 100.0
2
SV during Reset
Time unit
A.R.W
3
Second output PID
Second output gap
- 93 -
Default value
Customer setting
Mode
Setting Item
Setting range
(During default
value
NO.
settings)
Output dead band
0.5%
0.1 to 9.9
Second output dead band
0.5%
0.1 to 9.9
AL1
DH
DH, DL
AL2
DL
DHW, DLW
AL3
DH
AH, AL
AL4
DL
AHW, ALW
AL1
002.00
AL2
002.00
AL3
002.00
AL4
002.00
Alarm mode
3
Alarm dead band
000.00 to 200.00
Alarm delay
AT2, AT3 start direction
Control Algorithm
0000.0s
0000.0 to 2000.0
UP
UP, DOWN
POSITION
POSITION, VELOCITY
Second output limiter
L
000.0%
-05.0 to 100.0
(or second output scale)
H
100.0%
000.0 to 105.0
Second output variation
UP
100.0%
-000.1 to 100.0
DOWN
-100.0%
-100.0 to -000.1
OUT1
CONTROL
CONTROL, -005.0 to 105.0
OUT2
CONTROL
CONTROL, -005.0 to 105.0
limiter
Output when program ends
Output preset
4
050.0%
-100.0 to 100.0
Pulse cycle
030s
001 to 180
Second output pulse cycle
030s
000 to 180
FB tuning
END
END, START
Z
00.0%
00.0 to 99.9
S
100.0%
000.1 to 100.0
1.0%
0.5 to 5.0
FB zero span
FB dead band
OVR
000.0%
UVR
000.0%
Output during second
OVR
000.0%
output PV error
UVR
000.0%
Output during PV error
-05.0 to 105.0
-05.0 to 105.0
Direct/Reverse control
REVERSE
DIRECT, REVERSE
DIRECT
DIRECT, REVERSE
K1
Refer to “Measurement range list”
Pt100Ω1
Refer to “Measurement range list”
RJ
INT
INT, EXT
Unit
ºC
ºC, K
-200.0 to 1370.0
Measurement range scale
DOT
1
0 to 4
Scale
0000.0 to 2000.0
-1999.9 to 3000.0
1
0 to 4
00.1s
00.0 to 99.9
1
0 to 4
Transmission type
PV
PV, SV, MV (MV1, MV2), MFB
Transmission scale
-0200.0 to 1370.0
-1999.9 to 3000.0
Direct/Reverse control for output 2
Universal
Measurement
range
4-wire resistance
thermometer
5
Measurement range
Linear scale
PV point
Digital filter
SV decimal point for display
7
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Initial value
Mode
Customer setting
Setting item
(During default
No.
Setting range
value
settings)
Communication speed
Instrument number
Communication function
Communication/Transmission type
9600bps
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400
01
01 to 99
COM
COM, TRANS
PV
PV, SV, MV(MV1, MV2), MFB
8
MODBUS(RTU), MODBUS(ASCII),
Communication protocol
MODBUS(RTU)
PRIVATE
7BIT/EVEN/STOP1
Communication character
8BIT/NON/STOP1
-
-
-
8BIT/ODD/STOP2
11
Display backlight
AUTO
GREEN, ORANGE, AUTO
Display contrast
050%
000 to 100
Key backlight
AUTO
AUTO, OFF, ON
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[Parameters linked to Program Pattern]
MODE2
Pattern No.
Pattern repeat: No/Yes (
Setting range
SV
Times)
Pattern Link: No/Yes (Link destination pattern No.)
0000 to 9999
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
Step No.
00
Selection of start
PV
method
SV
Program
SV
pattern
TIME
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
Step repeat
PID
No.
Alarm
No.
Output limit
No.
Output variation
No.
limit
Sensor
No.
Sequence
compensation
Time signal
TS1
TS2
TS3
TS4
TS5
Actual
No.
temperature
Wait time alarm
No.
- 96 -
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
MODE3
PID
Alarm
No.
P(%)
I(%)
D(%)
No.
P(%)
I(%)
D(%)
No.
AL1
AL2
AL3
AL4
Default
5.0
60
30
Default
5.0
60
30
Default
3000.0
-1999.9
3000.0
-1999.9
-1999.9
to
3000.0
-1999.9
to
3000.0
-1999.9
to
3000.0
-1999.9
to
3000.0
1
9-1
1
2
9-2
2
3
9-3
3
4
9-4
4
5
9-5
5
6
9-6
6
7
9-7
7
8
9-8
8
Setting
range
000.0
to
999.9
0000
to
9999
0000
to
9999
Setting
range
000.0
to
999.9
0000
to
9999
Setting
range
0000
to
9999
MODE4
MODE5
Output limit
Sensor compensation
Output variation
No.
L (%)
H (%)
No.
UP (%)
DOWN (%)
No.
Compensation value
Default
0.0
100.0
Default
100.0
-100.0
Default
0.0
1
9-1
1
2
9-2
2
3
9-3
3
4
9-4
4
5
9-5
5
6
9-6
6
7
9-7
7
8
Setting
range
8
9-8
-5.0 to
100.0
0.0 to
105.0
Setting
range
000.1 to
100.0
Setting
range
-100.0 to
-000.1
-199.99 to 2000.00
MODE6
Time signal
Actual temperature
Wait time alarm
compensation
No.
ON
OFF
No.
Deviation value
No.
Wait time
Default
000:00
001:00
Default
2000.0
Default
001:00
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
8
8
Setting
range
000:00 to
999:59
000:00 to
999:59
Setting
range
0000.1 to 20000.0
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Setting
range
000:00 to 999:59
[Parameters related to Auto Tuning]
Default value
Mode
Setting Item
Customer setting value (Execution No. )
(During default
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Setting Range
8
settings)
Execution
SV for AT2
ON only for No. 1
ON, OFF
Automatic
SV
-19999 to 30000
deployment
3
Execution
SV for AT3
ON only for No. 1
ON, OFF
Automatic
Auto PID switch
deployment
between SV
SV
[Parameters related to Automatic PID switching method]
Default value
Mode
Setting Item
Customer setting value (Execution No. )
Setting range
(During default
No.
9-1
9-2
9-3
9-4
9-5
9-6
9-7
9-8
settings)
PID
3
P
005.0%
000.0 to 999.9
I
0060S
0000 to 9999
D
0030S
0000 to 9999
Automatic
Measurement
deployment
scope, linear scale
Automatic PID switching
method
SV interval
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18. Parameter directory list
Operation
screen
Mode 0
Running SV
and time
Running PID
Output 2
specification
Running second
output PID
Running alarm
value 1/2
Running alarm
value 3/4
Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3
Running
operation key lock
Program pattern
PID 16 types
Alarm output
cancellation
Step repeat
A. R. W
PID No./Alarm No.
Output limiter 8 types
(Output scale 8 types)
Output 2
specification
Output 2
specification
Second output limiter
(Second output scale)
Auto tuning
With external drive Output limiter No./
input/communications Output variation
specification
limiter No.
(Output scale No./
Output variation
Program drive
limiter No.)
method
Pattern selection
method
Sensor
compensation No.
Time signal
specification
Running output limiter
Second output PID
Second output gap
variation limiter
Second output
dead band
Alarm mode
Adjustment mode
Output 2
specification
Output 2
specification
Time signal No.
Running output
Output variation limiter
8 types
Output dead band
Time display method
Running sensor
compensation
Mode 4
Actual temperature
compensation No.
Alarm value 1/2
8 types
Wait time alarm No.
Alarm value
3/4 8 types
Pattern repeat
Alarm dead band
Clear pattern
Second output
variation limiter
Output when
program ends
Output preset
Current output
form
Voltage output
form
Pulse type
Pulse cycle
On-Off servo type
FB tuning
FB zero span
Alarm delay
FB dead band
Copy pattern
SV8 types for AT2
With transmission
signal output
/communications
specification
When TRANS is
selected
SV during reset
SV interval for
automatic PID
8 types SV for AT3
Start direction for AT2/3
Control algorithm
Time unit
- 99 -
Output during PV error
Output 2
specification
Output during second
output PV error
Direct/Reverse
adjustment
Mode 6
Mode 5
Measurement range
When resistance
When thermocouple
thermometer
/linear is selected
is selected
Mode 11
Time signal
specification
With
transmission
signal output
specification
Timer signal
8 type
Mode 7
With
communications
specification
Display backlight
Display contrast
Mode 8
Key backlight
RJ
Actual temperature
compensation 8
type
Transmission type
Transmission scale
Wait time alarm
8 type
Unit
Instrument number
Communication function
When thermocouple/
resistance
When linear
thermometer is
is selected
selected
Measurement
range
Communication speed
When COM When TRANS
is selected
is selected
Communication and
transmission type
Measurement
range
Communication protocol
Linear scale
When PRIVATE
is selected
When MODBUS
is selected
Sensor correction 8 type
Communication
character
PV decimal
point
Digital Filter
SV decimal
point for
display
- 100 -
19. Engineering unit sticker
The controller is supplied with sticker for engineering unit. Fix it in the appropriate position as shown in the
upper display as per your convenience.
Then after some time after fixing this sticker, there may be peeling-off of the sticker or degradation of character
printing due to adhesion degradation.
Precaution
Unincorporated measurement units that are not decided by the measurement
laws are included in this unit seal.
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Telephone:81-3-3956-2171
Facsimile:81-3-3956-0915
E-mail: [email protected]
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