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Watlow Electric Ramping and Profiling Microprocessor-Based Control SERIES 1500 User`s manual
Series 982
User’s Manual
Includes 981, 982, 983 and 984
1/8 DIN Microprocessor-Based, Ramping Controller
User Levels:
• New User............................................go to page 1.1
• Experienced User ...............................go to page 2.1
• Expert User.........................................go to page 4.1
Installers:
• Set-up .................................................go to page 1.3
• Wiring & Installation............................go to page 2.1
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About This Manual
How to Use this Manual
We have designed this user’s manual to be a helpful guide to your new Watlow controller. The headlines in the upper right and left corners indicate which tasks are
explained on that page. If you are a new user, we suggest that your read through
the whole manual. If you are experienced, you may want to begin reading on page
2.1.
Notes, Cautions and Warnings
We use note, caution and warning symbols throughout this book to draw your
attention to important operational and safety information.
A bold text “NOTE” marks a short message in the margin to alert you to an important detail.
A a bold text “CAUTION” safety alert appears with information that is important for
protecting your equipment and performance. Be especially careful to read and follow all cautions that apply to your application.
A bold text “WARNING” safety alert appears with information that is important for
protecting you, others and equipment from damage. Pay very close attention to
all warnings that apply to your application.
The ç symbol (an exclamation point in a triangle) precedes a general CAUTION or
WARNING statement.
The Ó symbol (a lightning bolt in a triangle) precedes an electric shock hazard
CAUTION or WARNING safety statement.
Technical Assistance
If you encounter a problem with your Watlow controller, review all of your configuration information for each step of the setup to verify that your selections are consistent with your applications.
If the problem persists after checking all the steps, you can get technical assistance
by calling Watlow Controls at (507) 494-5656, between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. CST, and
asking for an applications engineer; or by e-mailing your questions to wintechsupport@watlow.com. When you call, have the following information on hand: the controller’s model number (the 12-digit number is printed on the top of the stickers on
each side of the controller’s case and on the right-hand or top circuit board); your
user’s manual; all configuration information; and the Diagnostics Menu readings.
Warranty and Returns
For information about the warranty covering the Series 982 Family of controllers
see the Appendix.
Comments and Suggestions
We welcome your comments and opinions about this user’s manual and the Series
982 Family of controllers. Send them to the Technical Editor, Watlow Controls,
P.O. Box 5580, Winona, MN 55987-5580. Or call (507) 454-5300 or fax them to
(507) 452-4507. The Series 982 User’s Manual is copyrighted by Watlow Winona,
Inc., © November 1999, with all rights reserved. (1830)
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WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
Table of Contents
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
Chapter 1
Starting Out With the Watlow Series 981/982
1.1 Starting Out With the Watlow Series 981/982
1.2 Menu Overview
1.3 DIP Switch Locations and Functions
1.4 Setting the Hardware Lockout DIP Switch
1.5 External Power Supply DIP Switches
1.6 Input Type DIP Switches
Chapter 2
Install and Wire the Series 981/982
2.1 Panel Cutout
2.1 Dimensions
2.2 Installation Procedure
2.3 Wiring the Series 981/982
2.4 I/O Isolation
2.4 Power Wiring
2.4 Sensor Installation Guidelines
2.5 Wiring 0-20mA and 4-20mA Process Inputs
2.6 Wiring Example
2.7 Wiring Notes
2.8 Input 1 Wiring
2.9 Input 2 Wiring
2.9 Digital Event Input 2
2.10 Digital Event Input 1
2.11 Output 1 Wiring
2.12 Output 2 Wiring
2.13 Output 3 Wiring
2.14 Output 4 Wiring
Chapter 3
Front Panel and Display Loop
3.1 Front Panel Guide
3.2 Display Loop
Chapter 4
The Setup Menus
4.1 Entering the Setup Menus
4.2 Input Menu
4.3 Input Prompts
4.12 Output Menu
4.13 Output Prompts
4.28 Global Menu
4.29 Global Prompts
4.38 Communications Menu
4.39 Communications Prompts
Chapter 5
The Operation Menus
5.1 Entering the Operation Menus
5.2 System Menu
5.3 System Prompts
5.10 PID Menu
5.11 PID Prompts
Contents
Chapter 6
The Factory Menus
6.1 Entering the Factory Menus
6.2 Diagnostics Menu and Prompts
6.7 Calibration Menu and Prompts
Chapter 7
The Run Menu
7.1 Program Menu
7.1 Program Prompts
7.5 Running a Series 982 Profile
7.5 Resume a Profile
7.6 Run and Pre-Run Menus
7.6 Event Outputs
7.7 Guaranteed Soak Deviation
7.8 Jump-loops
7.8 Programming a Ramping Profile
7.10 Running your Profile
7.10 Editing your Profile
7.12 Linking Profiles
7.13 Waitfor Functions
7.14 Master Step Chart
Chapter 8
Operation, Tuning, Alarms and Error Codes
8.1 Auto-tuning
8.2 Manual Tuning
8.3 Changing the Output 3 Jumper
8.4 Using Alarms
8.5 Error Code E1 and E2 Messages
8.6 Error Code Actions
Chapter 9
Software
9.2 Burst Fire
9.4 Communications
9.6 Dead Band
9.8 Digital Events
9.10 Input Filter
9.12 Input Linearization
9.14 Retransmit
9.16 Slidewire Feedback
Appendix
A.1 Warranty and Returns
A.2 Glossary
A.5 Index
A.8 Specifications
A.9 Ordering Information
A.10 Declaration of Conformity
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
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Notes
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WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
Contents
Chapter 1 Starting Out with the
Watlow
Series 982
Figure 1.1 Watlow Ramping
Controllers.
Watlow’s Series 982, a 1/8 DIN microprocessor-based ramping controller, is
truly an innovation in the controller field. The Series 982 provides 6-step program capability, with up to 4 files possible.
The new controller meets a wide variety of needs in the process industries.
Its broad range of I/O options allows control of virtually any process variable. In addition to the standard Watlow features, the Series 982 has
expanded auto-tuning capabilities and increased alarm functionality.
If you are unfamiliar with general controller operation, it’s a good idea to
read through the entire manual. The manual is organized in chronological
order with each chapter broken down by wiring, menus, operation and
applications. If you understand the concept of process/temperature controllers and feel comfortable skipping around through the manual, use the
index or the black tabs at the top of each page to quickly scan the pages
and find the topic you are looking for.
The map on the next page provides an overview of all menus and prompts
and how to navigate between them. There are three main prompts Setup,
Operation and Factory ([`SEt], [OPEr] and [Fcty]). Beneath these
prompts there are several menus. The Display Loop can be reached from
anywhere using the Display key.
Starting Out with the Watlow Series 982, Chapter 1
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
1.1
Menu Overview
Display Loop
(Lower Display)
Press ∂ to exit any
menu and reach the
Display Loop at any
time.
˜
NOTE:
This is a complete
listing of all Series
982 prompts.
Not all prompts will
appear on your
control. They are
dependent on your
configuration and
model number.
To navigate:
Press ∂ to return
to the Display Loop
from any location and
to advance through
the Display Loop.
Press > or < to
move between the
menus.
Pr2
0
50
Process input 2
DEV LED on
% OUT LED on
(SyS)
FiLE
( ) File number
Ei2S
( ) Event input 2 status
rE1
( ) Output 1 reset
StEP
Ent3
( ) Event output 3 status
It1
( ) Output 1 integral
StyP
( ) Step number
( ) Step type
Ent4
( ) Event output 4 status
rA1
( ) Output 1 rate
dE1
( ) Output 1 derivative
Ct1
( ) Output 1 cycle time
A3LO ( ) Alarm 3 low
Pb2
( ) Output 2 proportional band
( ) Alarm 3 high
A4LO ( ) Alarm 4 low
A4HI ( ) Alarm 4 high
rE2
It2
( ) Output 2 reset
( ) Output 2 integral
rA2
( ) Output 2 rate
dE2
( ) Output 2 derivative
Ct2
( ) Output 2 cycle time
db
( ) Dead band
( ) Alarm 2 high
( ) Auto-tune
SEt
Setup
Setup Menus
(InPt)
( )
.
.
.
( )
(See Chapter 7
for all the
Program menus.)
><
(Output)
(OtPt)
(Input)
(gLbL)
(COM)
(Global)
( Communication)
Ot1
( ) Output 1
C_F
( )
Celcius_Fahrenheit
bAUd
( )
Baud rate
( ) Decimal place 1
Prc1
( )
Process 1
Err
( )
Error Latching
dAtA
( )
Data bit and parity
rL1
( ) Range low 1
HyS1
( )
Hysteresis 1
Ei1
( )
Event input 1
Prot
( )
Protocol type
rH1
( )
Range high 1
Ot2
( )
Output 2
Ei2
( )
Event input 2
Addr
( )
Address
CAL1
( ) Calibration offset 1
Prc2
( )
Process 2
AbSP
( )
Abort Set Point
intF
( )
Interface type
rtd1
( ) Rtd calibration curve 1
HyS2
( )
Hysteresis 2
Anun
( ) Annunciator
Ftr1
( )
Input 1 software filter
AL2
( )
Alarm 2
LoP
( )
Low power limit
In2
( )
Input 2
LAt2
( )
Latching for alarm 2
HiP
( )
High power limit
rL2
( )
Range low 2
SIL2
( )
Silence alarm 2
AtSP
( )
rH2
( )
Range high 2
Ot3
( )
Output 3
PtyP
( )
LmL
( )
Learn low
AL3
( )
Alarm 3
gSd
( )
Guaranteed soak deviation
LmH
( )
Learn high
HyS3
( )
Hysteresis 3
Pout
( )
Power outage
Idle set point
In1
( )
dEC1
Input 1
Auto-tune set point
Program type
CAL2
( ) Calibration offset 2
LAt3
( )
Latching for alarm 3
IdSP
( )
Hunt
( ) Hunt
SIL3
( )
Silence alarm 3
PStr
( )
Profile start
Ot4
( )
Output 4
LOC
( )
Lockout
AL4
( )
Alarm 4
HyS4
( )
Hysteresis 4
LAt4
( )
Latching for alarm 4
SIL4
( )
Silence alarm 4
Aout
( )
Analog output
Prc3
( )
Process 3
ArL
( ) Retransmit low limit
SHyS ( )
Slidewire hysteresis
Hold µ while
pressing > to move
backwards through
the menus.
Press > or < to
select prompt values.
Arh
( )
Retransmit high limit
ACAL
( )
Retransmit calibration offset
Factory
Factory Menus
(diAg)
Fcty
( )
><
(Diagnostics)
(Calibration)
(CAL)
dAtE
( ) Factory ship date
SOFt
( ) Software revision
Sn
( ) Serial number
AMb
( ) Ambient temperature
Acnt
( ) Ambient A/D count
gnd
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
(Program)
( ) Output 1 proportional band
AUt
Figure 1.2 The Series 982 Map.
(Prog)
Pb1
A3HI
At the SEt prompt,
press > and <
another 3 seconds to
enter the Factory
menus.
(PID)
( ) Event input 1 status
A2HI
From the Display
Loop, press > and
< for 3 seconds to
enter the Setup
menus.
><
)
(Pid)
(System)
Process units
Ei1S
A2LO ( ) Alarm 2 low
Press µ to
advance through a
menu.
1.2
OPEr (
Operation
Operation Menus
From the Display
Loop, press µ to
advance to the
OPEr prompt.
°F
75
Set point 1
( ) Ground A/D count
cnt1
( ) Input 1 A/D count
cnt2
( ) Input 2 A/D count
ity1
( ) Input 1 module
ity2
( ) Input 2 module
Oty1
( ) Output 1 module
Oty2
( ) Output 2 module
Oty3
( ) Output 3 module
Oty4
dISP
( ) Output 4 module
( ) Test displays
tout
( ) Test output
bu15
( )
A 50
( )
b380
( )
A 00
( )
14
( )
tc
( )
1 20
( )
A 4H
( )
10
( )
A 20
( )
1 10
( )
A 15
( )
24
( )
A380
( )
2 20
( )
A10u
( )
20
( )
A 0u
( )
2 10
( )
A20A ( )
3 LO
( )
A 4A
( )
3 HI
( )
A 0u
( )
rSt
( )
Restore factory values
A100
( )
dFL
( )
Default prompts
Starting Out with the Watlow Series 982, Chapter 1
DIP Switches
DIP Switch Locations and Functions
The Series 982 has several Dual In-line Package (DIP) Switches inside the
control. Depending on your model number, your unit can have as few as
one DIP switch or as many as five DIP switches. Use the rest of this chapter as a DIP switch reference guide.
To set any DIP switch:
1. Remove the control chassis from the case. Release the two tabs on one
side of the bezel, by pressing in firmly on each until you hear the tab
snap. Release the two tabs on the opposite side of the control. You
may need to rock the bezel back and forth several times to release the
chassis.
2. Use the following graphics in the rest of the chapter to locate and identify
each DIP switch and the desired settings.
WATL W
PROCESS
Release
Tabs
Figure 1.3 Press the release
tabs to remove the
controller chassis.
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
L3
L4
Release
Tabs
DISPLAY
HOLD
RUN
MODE
Release
Tabs
SERIES 988
WATL W
DSPY
MODE
PROCESS
L1
L2
L3
DEV
HOLD
% OUT
RUN
L4
SERIES 989
Release
Tabs
Starting Out with the Watlow Series 982, Chapter 1
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
1.3
DIP Switches
The Hardware Lockout/Battery Backup DIP Switch
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CAUTION:
There is danger of
an explosion if the
battery is incorrectly replaced. This
battery is factory
replaceable only.
Dispose of used
batteries according
to manufacturer’s
recommendations.
All units are equipped with a DIP switch for hardware lockout of the SEt
and Fcty prompt menus, and to enable battery backup of the Run parameters. The location of the board and switch appear below. The switches are
clearly numbered, and are labeled on the outside of the board. When
Switch #1 is on, battery backup is enabled. When Switch #2 is on, the
menus under the SEt prompt (Input, Output, Global and
Communications) and Fcty prompt (Diagnostics and Calibration) cannot
be viewed. When the control leaves the factory switch #1 is on and switch
#2 is off.
On
Lockout
DIP
Off
Figure 1.4 Battery backup and
hardware lockout
DIP switches.
Control Chassis
Top View (982 & 984)
Left-side View (981 & 983)
battery backup of Run prompts
lockout Setup and Factory menus
Input
Output
Global
O
N
↑
O
N
↑
1
2
or
1
2
or
O
N
↑
O
N
↑
1
2
1
2
Communications
Diagnostics Calibration
1.4
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
Starting Out with the Watlow Series 982, Chapter 1
DIP Switches
External Power Supply DIP Switches (Option “T”)
Table 1.5 Power Supply DIP
Switch Settings.
Models equipped with an external signal conditioner power supply (Option
“T”), have a DIP switch for selecting the power supply voltage. Output 2, 3
or 4 can be ordered with the external power supply. The location of each
board and DIP switch appear below. When the control leaves the factory,
both switches are off. The figures below show a PC board cutaway for each
DIP switch. See the table to the left
for the power supply switch setVoltage/Load Current S 1
S2
tings. The settings can be used for
5V ±5% @ 30mA
On
On
all three output DIP switches. For
12V ±5% @ 30mA
On
Off
other voltage or current ratings con20V ±5% @ 30mA
Off
Off
tact the factory.
Output 2
External Signal Conditioner Power Supply
PC Board Cutaway
O 1
N
2
(Factory default is off)
Figure 1.5a Output 2
External Signal
Conditioner
Power Supply.
98 _ C - _ _ _ T - _ _ _ _
Control Chassis - Top View
98 _ C - _ _ _ _ - T _ _ _
Output 3
External Signal Conditioner Power Supply
(Factory default is off)
O 1
N
Figure 1.5b Output 3
External Signal
Conditioner
Power Supply.
2
PC Board Cutaway
Control Chassis - Top View
Output 4
External Signal Conditioner Power Supply
(Factory default is off)
O 1
N
2
Figure 1.5c Output 4
External Signal
Conditioner
Power Supply.
PC Board Cutaway
98 _ C - _ _ _ _ - _ T _ _
Starting Out with the Watlow Series 982, Chapter 1
Control Chassis - Top View
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
1.5
DIP Switches
Universal Signal Input Type DIP Switches
Remove the chassis from the case. Looking at the back of the control, the
input #1 (In1) switch is located at the base of the unit. Set the DIP switches to match the appropriate sensor input types will automatically match
the DIP switch settings.
If you have model number 98_ Cswitch.
Figure 1.6a Input DIP Switch
Locations.
Single Input Unit
98_ C - 2_ _ _ - _ _ _ _
O
N
↑
1
2
3
J, K, T, N, C, E, Pt2, D
Thermocouple Input
O
N
↑
1
2
3
RTD Input
Figure 1.6b Input DIP Switch
Settings.
1 _ _ _-_ _ _ _ , there is no In1 DIP
O
N
↑
1
2
O
N
↑
1
2
3
R, S, B
Thermocouple Input
O
N
↑
1
2
3
0-20mA or 4-20mA Input
3
0-5V, 1-5V or 0-10V Input
1.6
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
Starting Out with the Watlow Series 982, Chapter 1
Chapter 2 Installation and Wiring
˜
WATL W
4.03"
(102mm)
NOTE:
Space panel
cutouts at least 1.66
inches (42.2mm)
apart.
PROCESS
WATL W
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
L3
L4
DSPY
4.03"
(102mm)
2.18"
(55 mm)
PROCESS
DISPLAY
HOLD
RUN
˜
L1
L2
L3
DEV
HOLD
% OUT
RUN
SERIES 989
L4
MODE
SERIES 988
NOTE:
Adjustable mounting brackets can be
side-mounted.
2.18"
(55 mm)
Adjustable
Mounting Bracket
Panel
˜
Panel Cutout
Maximum Panel
Thickness
0.38" (9.65mm)
NOTE:
Holes can be cut in
the panel using a
Greenlee 1/8 DIN
Hydraulic Kit
#60068 (punch
#60069, die #60070).
Figure 2.1 Series 981 and
Series 982
dimensions.
MODE
3.62" + 0.03 -0.00
(92mm + 0.8)
1.77 + 0.02 -0.00
(45mm + 0.6)
Installation and Wiring, Chapter 2
0.68"
(17 mm)
4.06"
(103 mm)
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
2.1
Installation
Installing the Series 982
Installing and mounting requires access to the back of the panel.
1. Make a panel cutout.
2. To remove the controller chassis from its case, press in firmly on the two
tabs on one side or the top of the bezel until they unsnap, then unsnap
the two tabs on the opposite side or the bottom. Pull the chassis out of
the case by gently rocking it.
˜
NOTE:
Removing the controller chassis from
its case makes
mounting easier.
3. Slide the case into the panel cutout. Check to see that the gasket is not
twisted, and is seated within the case bezel flush with the panel. Slide
the mounting collar over the back of the control.
Side (982 or 984)
or Top and Bottom (981 or 983) View
Panel
Figure 2.2 Side and top view.
Adjustable
Mounting Bracket
Top and Bottom (982 or 984)
or Side (981 or 983) View
Release Tabs
Mounting Slots
Bezel
External Gasket
2.2
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
Mounting Collar
Installation and Wiring, Chapter 2
Installation
ç
CAUTION:
Follow the installation procedure
exactly to guarantee
a proper NEMA 4X
seal. Make sure the
gasket between the
panel and the rim of
the case is not
twisted and is seated properly. Failure
to do so could
result in damage to
equipment.
4. Loosen the mounting bracket screws enough to allow for the mounting
collar and panel thickness. Place each mounting bracket into the
mounting slots (head of the screw facing the back of the controller).
Push each bracket backward then down to secure it to the control
case. To guarantee a proper NEMA 4X seal, Series 982 and 984
units (vertical) must have the mounting brackets located on either
side of the unit. When installing Series 981 and 983 units (horizontal) the brackets must be on the top and bottom of the unit.
5. Make sure the case is seated properly. Tighten the installation screws
firmly against the mounting collar to secure the unit. To ensure a
NEMA 4X seal, there should be no space between the bezel and
panel. Overtightening the screws will distort the case and make it difficult to remove or replace the controller.
6. Insert the controller chassis into its case and press the bezel until all
four tabs snap. Make sure the inside gasket is seated properly and not
twisted.
7. To release the mounting brackets, loosen the mounting bracket screws
and push the brackets forward, then pull it up and out.
Installation and Wiring, Chapter 2
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
2.3
Wiring
Wiring the Series 982
∫
WARNING:
To avoid potential
electric shock, use
National Electric
Code (NEC) safety
practices when
wiring and connecting this unit to a
power source and
to electrical sensors
or peripheral
devices. Failure to
do so could result
in injury or death.
˜
NOTE:
Input-to-output isolation is defeated
when the external
signal conditioner
power supply option
is used to power a
transmitter connected to input 1.
Wiring options depend on the model number and DIP switch settings.
Check the terminal designation stickers on either side of the controller
and compare your model number to those shown here and with the model
number breakdown on the inside back cover of this manual.
Input-to-output Isolation
The Series 982 uses optical isolation between the analog inputs and the
controller outputs/digital input. This isolation provides a 500VÅ (VAC)
barrier to prevent ground loops when using grounded sensors and/or
peripheral equipment.
Here is a breakdown of the isolation barriers:
• Analog inputs 1 and 2 are grouped together.
• Outputs 1 through 4 and the standard event input are grouped together.
This does not apply to Output 4 when configured as communications.
• The digital communications output (4) is separate from the above
groups.
Power Wiring
Å (ac), nominal (85 to 264 actual)
100 to 240 VÅ
L1
+
L2
-
fuse
Horizontal Package
Vertical Package
98 1 C - _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _
98 2 C - _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _
21
22
11
earth ground
‡ (ac/dc), nominal (21 to 30 actual)
24 to 28 V‡
Figure 2.4 Power wiring.
ç
Horizontal Package
Vertical Package
98 3 C - _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _
98 4 C - _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _
Sensor Installation Guidelines
CAUTION:
If high voltage is
applied to the low
voltage unit, irreversible damage
will occur.
Thermocouple input: Extension wire for thermocouples must be of the
same alloy as the thermocouple itself to limit errors.
1 0 0 Ω RTD input: Each 1Ω of lead wire resistance can cause a +2°F
error when using a two-wire RTD. A three-wire RTD sensor overcomes this
problem. All three wires must have the same electrical resistance (i.e.,
same gauge, same length, multi-stranded or solid, same metal).
Maintain isolation between input 1 and input 2 to prevent a ground loop.
A ground loop may cause incorrect readings, dashes across the upper display or the display of error codes.
2.4
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
Installation and Wiring, Chapter 2
Wiring
Wiring 0-20 and 4-20mA Process Inputs
Certain “transmitters” used in process input applications are producing
internal resistor failures in the Watlow Series 988 family of controllers.
This is only apparent with the Series 988 family 1/8 DIN units with
Process Inputs selected (0-20mA or 4-20mA dc only).
We are noticing that an external resistor is required to prevent a high
in-rush current which burns out the Series 988 family controllers’ 7-ohm
internal resistor. This high in-rush current occurs initially on “power-up.”
If the transmitter turns full on for a split second during power-up, the
available current weakens or damages the internal resistor.
Example: 20V / 7 ohms = 2,857mA (too much!).
The wiring diagram example below shows an application where a customer
is using a 4-20mA dc transmitter and power supply to feed the input of a
Series 988 controller. The Rx range (100 to 400 ohms) for the external
resistor is recommended. We suggest starting with 250 ohms.
Example: Customer is using a 24VÎ (dc) power supply to power up the
4-20mA dc transmitter that inputs to the Series 988 terminals 8 (-) and 10
(+). To figure out what the internal Series 988’s handling current is for the
0-20mA or 4-20mA dc input to the Series 988 controllers, we need to
apply Ohm’s Law: The square root of Watts divided by Resistance equals
Current. Applying that formula to the example below produces the following: Square Root of (0.125 Watts / 7 ohms) = 134 mA dc (handling input
current). This is the acceptable input current for the Series 988 universal
input board.
988 Process
Input Control
Figure 2.5 Process wiring
example.
4-20mA dc
Transmitter
Internal
Resistor
7Ω
1/8 Watt
+
—
Rx
—
100 to 400
ohms
+
+
—
24VÎ (dc)
Power Supply
Reminder, the input impedance of 7 ohms handles the majority of our
customer applications; the external resistor (Rx) is only for certain transducers/transmitters that spike on power-up or power-down. Please make
sure your customer’s transmitter / transducer fall within our Series 988
family (1/8 DIN) of controllers’ Process Input specification of 7 ohms input
impedance.
Installation and Wiring, Chapter 2
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
2.5
Wiring Example
∫
WARNING:
To avoid potential
electric shock, use
National Electric
Code (NEC) safety
practices when
wiring and connecting this unit to a
power source and
to electrical sensors or peripheral
devices. Failure to
do so could result
in injury or death.
ç
L1
120 VÅ (ac)
L2
high
temperature
light
earth ground
21 22 11
1 2 (+)
1
SSR-240-10A-DC1
1 3 (-)
out
1
4
2
3
5
92A3-1DJ1-0000
limit control
DC input
SSR
in
heater
9 (+)
WARNING:
Install high or low
temperature limit
control protection
in systems where
an over temperature fault condition
could present a fire
hazard or other hazard. Failure to
install temperature
limit control protection where a potential hazard exists
could result in damage to equipment,
property and injury
to personnel.
Ó
13
1 0 (-)
10
+
red
process sensor
14
11
-
982C-10CA-AARR
rear view
optional
normally open
momentary switch
limit sensor
120VÅ (ac)
L1
1
L2
21
1
22
3
2
4 (+)
2
5
3
(-)
Series 982
982C-10CA-AARR
temperature control
9
10
12
4
WARNING:
To avoid damage to
property and equipment, and/or injury
of loss of life, use
National Electric
Code (NEC) standard wiring practices to install and
operate the Series
982. Failure to do
so could result in
such damage,
and/or injury or
death.
6
11
13
7
(+)
in
3-32VÎ (dc)
(-)
SSR-240-10A-DC1
solid-state relay, DC input
1 CR-1
5
6
7
1
8
1
11
out
24-240VÅ (ac)
9
1
12
13
13
9
(+)
14
10
10
(-)
15
11
8
11
12
heater
10
1
Figure 2.6 System wiring
example.
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17
2
2
2
Series 92
92A3-1DJ1-0000
limit control
14
3
16
4
13
2.6
high limit
mechanical
contactor
coil
fuse
5
18
1CR
R
2
2
high temperature light
Installation and Wiring, Chapter 2
Wiring Notes
L1
L2
earth ground
21
11
power
22
ç
WARNING:
To avoid damage to
property and equipment, and/or injury
of loss of life, use
National Electric
Code (NEC) standard wiring practices to install and
operate the Series
982. Failure to do
so could result in
such damage,
and/or injury or
death.
˜
NOTE:
Sketch in your
application on this
page or a copy of it.
See wiring examples in this chapter.
Figure 2.7 Wiring notes.
Installation and Wiring, Chapter 2
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
2.7
Input 1 Wiring
˜
Figure 2.8a — Thermocouple
NOTE:
Successful installation requires five
steps:
• Model number and
software choice
(Appendix);
• DIP switch settings (Chapter 1);
• Sensor match
(Chapter 2 and
Appendix);
• Sensor installation
(Chapter 2); and
• Wiring (Chapter 2).
98 _ C - 1 _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ (no DIP switches)
Thermocouple only
Universal signal conditioner
98 _ C - 2 _ _ _ - _ _ _ _
Input impedance: 20MΩ
O
N
↑
1
2
3
O
N
↑
J, K, T, N, C, E, D, Pt2,
DIP Settings
Figure 2.8b — RTD
1
2
3
+
9
- 10
R, S, B
DIP Settings
(2- or 3-wire)
Universal signal conditioner
Jumper
9 to 10
for 2-wire
RTD
98 _ C - 2 _ _ _ - _ _ _ _
O
N
↑
1
2
3
DIP Switch
Setting
S1 8
S1
S2 9
S2
9
S3
10
10
Î,
Figure 2.8c — 0-5VÎ
8
Î or 0-10VÎ
Î (dc) Process
1-5VÎ
Universal signal conditioner
98 _ C - 2 _ _ _ - _ _ _ _
O
N
↑
Input impedance: 10KΩ
ç
Figure 2.8d — 0-20mA
CAUTION:
An external resistor
is required for
0-20mA and 4-20mA
process wiring to
prevent a high inrush current which
could burn out the
controller’s 7-ohm
resistor. See page 2.5
for recommendations.
98 _ C - 2 _ _ _ - _ _ _ _
2.8
1
2
3
DIP Switch
Setting
+ 9
- 10
or 4-20mA Process
Universal signal conditioner
Input impedance: 7Ω
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O
N
↑
1
2
3
-
8
+
10
DIP Switch
Setting
Installation and Wiring, Chapter 2
Input 2 Wiring
˜
NOTE:
See Chapter 9 for
information on
slidewire feedback.
Figure 2.9a — Slidewire
98 _ C - _ 3 _ _ - _ _ _ _
Feedback or Potentiometer Input
Slidewire resistance: 100 to 1,200Ω
18
CCW
19
Wiper
20
CW
˜
NOTE:
Successful installation requires five
steps:
• Model number and
software choice
(Appendix);
• DIP switch settings (Chapter 1);
• Sensor match
(Chapter 2 and
Appendix);
• Sensor installation
(Chapter 2); and
• Wiring (Chapter 2).
Figure 2.9b — Digital Event
98 _ C - _ 5 _ _ - _ _ _ _
Input 2
0-3VÎ (dc) Event Input 2 off (open)
14-36VÎ (dc) Event Input 2 on (closed)
18
19
+5VÎ (dc)
20
Internal Circuitry
20
+
-
1KΩ
100Ω
4.7KΩ
1KΩ
.01µf
750Ω
18
19
20
Installation and Wiring, Chapter 2
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
2.9
Event Input 1 Wiring
Figure 2.10 — Digital
Available on all units.
˜
NOTE:
Successful installation requires five
steps:
• Model number and
software choice
(Appendix);
• DIP switch settings (Chapter 1);
• Sensor match
(Chapter 2 and
Appendix);
• Sensor installation
(Chapter 2); and
• Wiring (Chapter 2).
2.10
Event Input 1
OPTO
ISOLATOR
14-36VÎ (dc) Event Input 1 off (open)
0-3VÎ (dc) Event Input 1 on (closed)
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4.99KΩ
.01µf
750Ω
+24VÎ (dc)
10KΩ
23
+
24
-
4.99KΩ
Internal Circuitry
23
24
Installation and Wiring, Chapter 2
Output 1 Wiring
˜
Figure 2.11a — AC
Outputs
NOTE:
Successful installation requires five
steps:
• Model number and
software choice
(Appendix);
• DIP switch settings (Chapter 1);
• Sensor match
(Chapter 2 and
Appendix);
• Sensor installation
(Chapter 2); and
• Wiring (Chapter 2).
Solid-state Relay with Contact Suppression
98 _ C - _ _ B _ - _ _ _ _
0.5 amps, minimum off-state impedance: 20KΩ
Electromechanical Relay with Contact Suppression
(NO and COM contacts only)
98 _ C - _ _ D _ - _ _ _ _
12 NO
External
Load
13 COM
L2
L1
Fuse
14 NC
Form C, 5 amps, minimum off-state impedance: 20KΩ
(#14 for D & E outputs only)
Electromechanical Relay without Contact Suppression
98 _ C - _ _ E _ - _ _ _ _
Form C, 5 amps off-state impedance: 31MΩ
Solid-state Relay without Contact Suppression
98 _ C - _ _ K _ - _ _ _ _
0.5 amps, off-state impedance: 31MΩ
Figure 2.11b — Switched
98 _ C - _ _ C _ - _ _ _ _
DC, Open Collector
19 to 32VÎ (dc)
+ Vdc
Minimum load resistance: 500Ω
790Ω
12
12
+
13
-
14
COM
External
Load
13
14
Internal Circuitry
Figure 2.11c — 0-20mA
98 _ C - _ _ F _ - _ _ _ _
and 4-20mA Process
12
Maximum load impedance: 800Ω
14
Î,
Figure 2.11d — 0-5VÎ
98 _ C - _ _ F _ - _ _ _ _
-
Î and 0-10VÎ
Î (DC) Process
1-5VÎ
Minimum load impedance: 1KΩ
13
14
Installation and Wiring, Chapter 2
+
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
+
-
2.11
Output 2 Wiring
Figure 2.12a — AC
˜
Outputs
Solid-state Relay with Contact Suppression
98 _ C - _ _ _ B - _ _ _ _
NOTE:
Successful installation requires five
steps:
• Model number and
software choice
(Appendix);
• DIP switch settings (Chapter 1);
• Sensor match
(Chapter 2 and
Appendix);
• Sensor installation
(Chapter 2); and
• Wiring (Chapter 2).
NOTE:
This output cannot
be configured as an
event ouput.
0.5 amps, minimum off-state impedance: 20KΩ
Electromechanical Relay with Contact Suppression
(NO and COM contacts only)
15
NO
98 _ C - _ _ _ D - _ _ _ _
16
COM
Form C, 5 amps, minimum off-state impedance: 20KΩ
˜
NOTE:
Input-to-output isolation is defeated
when the external
signal conditioner
power supply is
used to power a
transmitter connected to input 1.
L1
NC
98 _ C - _ _ _ E - _ _ _ _
Form C, 5 amps off-state impedance: 31MΩ
Solid-state Relay without Contact Suppression
98 _ C - _ _ _ K - _ _ _ _
0.5 amps, off-state impedance: 31MΩ
Figure 2.12b — Switched
98 _ C - _ _ _ C - _ _ _ _
DC, Open Collector
19 to 32VÎ (dc)
+ Vdc
Minimum load resistance: 500Ω
790Ω
15
16
17
Figure 2.12c — 0-20mA
98 _ C - _ _ _ F - _ _ _ _
Î,
Figure 2.12d — 0-5VÎ
98 _ C - _ _ _ F - _ _ _ _
+
16
-
17
COM
External
Load
15
+
17
-
Î and 0-10VÎ
Î (DC) Process
1-5VÎ
Minimum load impedance: 1KΩ
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15
and 4-20mA Process
Maximum load impedance: 800Ω
NOTE:
See Chapter 1 for
DIP switch location
and settings.
2.12
17
Electromechanical Relay without Contact Suppression
Figure 2.12e — External
98 _ C - _ _ _ T - _ _ _ _
˜
L2
Fuse
(#17 for D & E outputs only)
Internal Circuitry
NOTE:
If [SLid] is selected
for [`In2], [`Ot2]
prompt will not
appear.
External
Load
16
+
17
-
Signal Conditioner Power Supply
15 +
1
16 -
2
V+ Transmitter
V- 4-20mA out
+ Input
1 or 2
Installation and Wiring, Chapter 2
Output 3 Wiring
˜
Figure 2.13a — AC
Outputs
NOTE:
Successful installation requires five
steps:
• Model number and
software choice
(Appendix);
• DIP switch settings (Chapter 1);
• Sensor match
(Chapter 2 and
Appendix);
• Sensor installation
(Chapter 2); and
• Wiring (Chapter 2).
Solid-state Relay with Contact Suppression
98 _ C - _ _ _ _ - B _ _ _
0.5 amps, minimum off-state impedance: 20KΩ
L2
L1
NC Form B
or
NO Form A
External
Load
1
2
COM
Fuse
Electromechanical Relay without Contact
Suppression
Form A or B
alarm jumper
settings (98_C____-J___ only)
98 _ C - _ _ _ _ - J _ _ _ _
Form A or B, 5 amps, off-state impedance: 31MΩ
Form A
Solid-state Relay without Contact Suppression
98 _ C - _ _ _ _ - K _ _ _ _
Form B
0.5 amps, off-state impedance: 31MΩ
Figure 2.13b — Switched
98 _ C - _ _ _ _ - C _ _ _
DC
19 to 32VÎ (dc)
Minimum load resistance: 500Ω
1
External
Load
+ Vdc
+
1
-
2
790Ω
2
Internal Circuitry
Figure 2.13c — Process
Retransmit
0-20mA, 4-20mA, Load impedance: 600Ω max.
˜
NOTE:
Input-to-output isolation is defeated
when the external
signal conditioner
power supply is
used to power a
transmitter connected to input 1.
1
+
-
98 _ C - _ _ _ _ - M _ _ _
2
Î, 1-5VÎ
Î, 0-10VÎ
Î (dc), Load impedance: 500Ω min.
0 - 5 VÎ
98 _ C - _ _ _ _ - N _ _ _
Figure 2.13d — External
98 _ C - _ _ _ _ - T _ _ _
Signal Conditioner Power Supply
Transmitter V+
4-20mA out V-
˜
NOTE:
See Chapter 1 for
DIP switch location
and settings.
Installation and Wiring, Chapter 2
+
-
1
2
+ Input
1 or 2
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
2.13
Output 4 Wiring
˜
Figure 2.14a — AC
Outputs
NOTE:
Successful installation requires five
steps:
• Model number and
software choice
(Appendix);
• DIP switch settings (Chapter 1);
• Sensor match
(Chapter 2 and
Appendix);
• Sensor installation
(Chapter 2); and
• Wiring (Chapter 2).
Solid-state Relay with Contact Suppression
98 _ C - _ _ _ _ - _ B _ _
0.5 amps, minimum off-state impedance: 20KΩ
Electromechanical Relay with Contact Suppression
(NO and COM contacts only)
External
Load NO
L2
98 _ C - _ _ _ _ - _ D _ _ _
L1
Form C, 5 amps, minimum off-state impedance: 20KΩ
5
COM
6
NC
7
Fuse
(#7 for D & E outputs only)
Electromechanical Relay without Contact Suppression
98 _ C - _ _ _ _ - _ E _ _ _
Form C, 5 amps, off-state impedance: 31MΩ
Solid-state Relay without Contact Suppression
98 _ C - _ _ _ _ - _ K _ _ _
0.5 amps, off-state impedance: 31MΩ
Figure 2.14b — Switched
98 _ C - _ _ _ _ - _ C _ _
DC, Open Collector
19 to 32VÎ (dc)
Minimum load resistance: 500Ω
5
+ Vdc
790Ω
6
External
Load
5
+
-
6
COM
7
7
Internal Circuitry
˜
NOTE:
Input-to-output isolation is defeated
when the external
transmitter power
supply is used to
power a signal conditioner connected
to input 1.
Figure 2.14c — External
98 _ C - _ _ _ _ - _ T _ _
Signal Conditioner Power Supply
Transmitter V+
4-20mA out V-
˜
NOTE:
See Chapter 1 for
power supply DIP
switch information.
+
-
5
6
+ Input
1 or 2
For data communications wiring refer to Data Communications
with the Watlow Series 988 Family of Controllers.
2.14
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
Installation and Wiring, Chapter 2
Chapter 3 Front Panel and Display Loop
After 1 minute with no key activations, the control reverts to the Display Loop. The
process value appears in the upper display and the set point is in the lower display.
For more information on the Display Loop, see the next page.
Upper Display
Indicates either actual process value, the operating
prompt values, or error codes. When powering up,
the Process display will be blank for 3 seconds. Red
or green, 0.4” (10mm) high, seven segment, four
digit LED display.
Dev LED
When lit, the deviation from the
current set point is shown in the
lower display.
Down Key
Decreases the value of the displayed prompt. A light touch
decreases the value by one.
Holding the key down decreases
the displayed value at a rapid
rate. New data is self entering in
5 seconds or once the Mode key
or Display key is pressed.
Up + Down Keys
When pressed simultaneously for
3 seconds, the Setup (SEt)
prompt appears. Continue to
press the Up/Down keys for
another 3 seconds and the
Factory (Fcty) prompt appears.
Figure 3.1 Series 982 Keys
and Displays.
Keys & Displays, Chapter 3
L1, L2, L3, L4
When lit, these LEDs indicate
when Output 1, 2, 3, or 4 are
active respectively. Outputs can
be configured as:
Ot1 Control
Ot2 Control or Alarm
Ot3 Alarm, Event or Retransmit
Ot4 Alarm, Event or Communications (flashes on
transmit and receive.)
WATL W
% Out LED
When lit, the current percent output is shown in the lower display.
Up Key
Increases the value of the displayed prompt. A light touch
increases the value by one.
Holding the key down increases
the value at a rapid rate. New
data is self entering in 5 seconds
or once the Mode key or Display
key is pressed.
Lower Display
Indicates the set point, deviation, percent
power temperature unit, menu prompts, or
alarm codes. Red or green, 0.3” (8mm) high,
seven segment, four digit LED display.
PROCESS
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
L3
L4
Display Key
Pressing this key enters the
Display Loop. The Display key
can be pressed at any time to
return to this loop. For more
information on the Display Loop,
see the next page.
DISPLAY
HOLD
RUN
MODE
SERIES 982
Hold/Run Key
Pressed once, it clears a latched
alarm without altering the
Hold/Run status. To run or halt a
program see Chapter 7 for
details.
Mode Key
Steps the control through
the menus. New data is
entered once the Mode
key is pressed.
Mode + Up Key
To move backwards
through the menus, hold
down the Mode key, then
press the Up key to scroll.
The Mode key must be
pressed first and held
before the Up key will
begin scrolling. Scrolling is
disabled once the keys are
released or you reach the
top of the menu.
Hold/Run LED
Lit when the program is running.
When blinking, press the
Hold/Run key again to begin
running. When not lit, the controller is in fixed set point mode
or single.
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
3.1
Display Loop
Display Loop
˜
NOTE:
For information on
Input 1 [`In1] and
Input 2 [`In2]
ranges, refer to
Chapter 4.
The Display Loop is the “home” state of the Series 982 controller. Pressing
the Display key ∂ returns the controller to the Display Loop from any
prompt in any menu. The controller automatically returns to the Display
Loop from any menu when a minute passes without any keys being
pressed.
˜
NOTE:
If [``no] is selected
for [`In2], in the
Input Menu, the
[Pr`2] prompt will
not appear.
Figure 3.2 The Display Loop.
current input 1 reading
set point 1 (change with Up-arrow and Down-arrow keys)
DISPLAY
current slidewire percent reading
input 2 process (appears only if controller equipped with slidewire option)
DISPLAY
current input 1 reading
deviation from set point, process 1 minus set point 1 (DEV light on)
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
current input 1 reading
percent output (%OUT light on)
DISPLAY
current input 1 reading
units selected (units, °F or °C)
Single Set Point
When a program is not running, you can adjust the set point, shown in
the lower display, by pressing the Up-arrow or Down-arrow key or through
serial communications. You can de-engergize all outputs, including event
outputs, by lowering set point 1 to the range low setting minus one, which
will display [`OFF] in the lower display.
Ramping
When a program is running, the set point is controlled by the program.
You can view this set point, but cannot change it while the program is
running. You can select the event output status for each step.
3.2
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
Keys & Displays, Chapter 3
Chapter 4 The Setup Menus
Navigating the Setup Menus
ç
CAUTION:
When navigating
thru Setup Menus,
outputs will be disabled.
˜
NOTE:
Press the Display
key ∂ to return to
the Display Loop
from any point in
any menu.
To reach the Setup Menus, begin in the Display Loop and press both the Uparrow > and Down-arrow < keys for three seconds. The Setup Menu
prompt [`SEt] will appear in the lower display, and the Input Menu prompt
[InPt]] will appear in the upper display. The four Setup Menus are: Input
[InPt]; Output [OtPt]; Global [GLbL]; and Communications [COM]. Use the
Up-arrow > or Down-arrow < key to select a menu and the Mode key µ
to step through a menu. The Communications Menu appears only on units
equipped with the data communications option.
You will not see every prompt in any of these menus. The unit’s configuration
and model number determine which prompts appear. After stepping through
each menu, the Series 982 returns to the Setup Menu prompt [`SEt]. Use
the Up-arrow > and Down-arrow < keys to select the next menu, or use
the Mode key µ to advance through the same menu again. To move backwards through the menu hold the Mode key µ down and press the Uparrow key >. Use the Up-arrow > or Down-arrow < key to change the
prompt setting.
Refer to the Appendix for model number options. For information about
communications and the communications prompts, refer to the supplemental manual Data Communications with the Watlow Series 988 Family of
Controllers.
WATL W
PROCESS
L1
L2
DEV
L3
L4
DISPLAY
% OUT
HOLD
RUN
❶ Begin in the Display Loop, and press the Up-arrow
> and Down-arrow < keys simultaneously to
reach the Setup Menus.
MODE
SERIES 982
Input
Menu
p. 4.2
Figure 4.1 Navigating the
Setup Menus.
˜
NOTE:
The lockout DIP
switch hides the
Setup Menus. See
Chapter 1.
Output
Menu
p. 4.12
Global
Menu
p. 4.28
Communications
Menu
p. 4.38
WATL W
PROCESS
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
L3
L4
❷ Press the Up-arrow key > to select one of the
Setup Menus.
DISPLAY
HOLD
RUN
MODE
SERIES 982
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
4.1
Setup-Input
Reaching the Input Menu
→
↑ µ
↓
µ
WATL W
↓
PROCESS
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
L3
µ
↓
L4
µ
DISPLAY
HOLD
RUN
↓
MODE
µ
SERIES 982
↓
µ
❸ Select the Input Menu, then
press the Mode key µ to step
through the prompts.
↓
µ
↓
µ
↓
µ
↓
…
…
µ
↓
…
µ
↓
µ
↓
µ
↓
µ
❹ Press the Up-arrow key > or
the Down-arrow key < to select
one of the prompt values.
↓
µ
↑
↓
←µ
Figure 4.2 The Input Menu.
4.2
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
[InPt] Input Menu
[`SEt] Setup Menus
?
Enter your settings,
from the controller’s
upper display.
[`In1] Input 1 (page 4.3)
?
[dEC1] *Decimal 1
?
[`rL1] Range Low 1
?
[`rH1] Range High 1
?
[CAL1] Calibration Offset 1
?
[rtd1] *RTD Calibration Curve 1
?
[Ftr1] Input 1 Software Filter
?
[`In2] *Input 2 (page 4.8)
?
[`rL2] *Range Low 2
?
[`rH2] *Range High 2
?
[LrnL] *Learn Low
?
[LrnH] *Learn High
?
[CAL2] *Calibration Offset 2
?
[Hunt] *Hunt (page 4.11)
?
[SHYS] *Slidewire Hysteresis
*Prompts may not appear, depending
on controller configuration.
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Setup-Input
Input Prompts
˜
NOTE:
Decimal points may
not always be in the
position specified
below depending on
the the settings in
the Decimal 1
[dEC1] parameter in
the Input Menu.
[`In1]
When you are in the Setup menus, the Series 982 displays the menu selection ( [InPt], [OtPt], [GLbL] or [COM] ) in the upper display, and [`SEt] in
the lower display.
The Up-arrow > or Down-arrow key < selects another menu. Press the
Mode key µ to display the prompt in the lower display and its value in the
upper display. Use the Up-arrow > or Down-arrow < key to change the
value in the upper display. The new value will not take effect until after a
five-second delay or until you press the Mode key µ.
Input 1
Select sensor type for input 1. This selection must match the sensor type
connected to terminals 8, 9 and 10. See Appendix for more information
about sensors.
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CAUTION:
Changing the value
of [`In1] changes
most other prompts
to the factory
default values and
clears all program
steps. Verify the
correct sensor type
before making a
change. Document
all settings before
changing sensor
type. Failure to follow this guideline
could result in damage to equipment or
property.
• Changing the value of [`In1] changes all other prompts to the factory
default values, except the Communications and Lockout menus, the
[`C_F] prompt in the Global Menu and the [`dFL] prompt in the
Calibration Menu. If you change the value, the default warning [dFLt]
will flash in the upper display.
• Changes do not take effect automatically after five seconds; you must
press the Mode key µ to enter the sensor type change and advance to
the next prompt.
[`In1] This prompt always appears.
If
Default
↓
↓
98__-1___-____
J
no DIP
K
T
N
E
W5
W3
Pt2
[```J] [```H] [```t] [```n] [```E] [```C] [```d] [`Pt2]
thermocouple
only
[`In1]
[`In1]
[`In1]
[`In1]
[`In1]
[`In1]
[`In1]
[`In1]
K
T
N
E
W5
W3
Pt2
98__-2___-____
Input 1 DIP
O
N
↑
1
2
3
J
[```J] [```H] [```t] [```n] [```E] [```C] [```d] [`Pt2]
[`In1]
[`In1]
[`In1]
R
S
B
[`In1]
[`In1]
[`In1]
[`In1]
[`In1]
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4.3
thermocouple
[`In1]
Input 1 continued
on next page.
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Input 1 DIP
O
N
↑
1
2
3
[```r] [```S] [```b]
[`In1]
[`In1]
[`In1]
thermocouple
Setup-Input
If
↓
[`In1]
Input 1 continued
from previous
page.
Default
↓
Input 1 DIP
O
N
↑
1
2
3
RTD
RTD(0.1°)
[`rtd]
[`r†d]
[`In1]
[`In1]
RTD
Input 1 DIP
O
N
↑
1
2
3
4-20mA
0-20mA
0-5VÎ
1-5VÎ
[4-20]
[0-20]
[`0-5]
[`1-5]
[0-10]
0-10VÎ (dc)
[`In1]
[`In1]
[`In1]
[`In1]
[`In1]
process
[dEC1]
Decimal 1
Select the decimal point location for process type input 1 data. This
prompt, in conjunction with the Range Low and Range High prompts,
allows you to format and limit units of measure for process 1.
• All prompts with units of measure related to input 1 will display in the
selected decimal format.
• This affects propbands, alarm set points, process set points, calibration
offsets, deadbands and ranges.
[dEC1] This prompt appears only if you have set input 1 [`In1] to a
process input.
4.4
Default
↓
[```)]
[``)0]
[`)00]
[)000]
[dEC1]
[DEC1]
[dEC1]
[dEC1]
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Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Setup-Input
[`rL1]
Range Low 1 and Range High 1
[`rH1]
Select the low and high limits for input 1. These prompts limit the
adjustment range for the set points. The default values are the same as
the limits of the sensor you selected by setting the input 1 DIP switch and
selecting a value for Input 1 [`In1].
˜
• Process inputs are scaled by these values. Range high is the value displayed when the maximum process signal is present at the input. Range
low is the value displayed when the minimum process signal is present
at the input.
NOTE:
These values do not
affect the low or the
high set point limit
for process alarms.
Example:
Set [`In1] to [4-20]mA.
Set [`rL1] to [`100].
Set [`rH1] to [`500].
A 4mA input will display [`100].
A 12mA input will display [`300].
A 20mA input will display [`500].
• The low and high values of each sensor type are listed on the specifications page of the Appendix.
• Choose between Fahrenheit and Celsius at the [`C_F] prompt in the
Global Menu.
[`rL1] [`rH1] These prompts always appear.
Default
Default
↓
↓
[``°F]
[`rL1]
[```J]
[`in1]
[`rH1]
[``32]…[1500]
[`rL1]
[`rH1]
Default
Default
↓
↓
[``°C]
[`rL1]
[`rH1]
[```0]…[`816]
[`rL1]
[`rH1]
98__-1__-___ or
98__-2__-___
(K)
[```H]
[-328]…[2500]
[-200]…[1371]
[```t]
[-328]…[`750]
[-200]…[`399]
[```n]
[``32]…[2372]
[```0]…[1300]
[```E]
[-328]…[1470]
[-200]…[`799]
[``32]…[4200]
[```0]…[2316]
(W5)
[```C]
(W3)
[```d]
[``32]…[4200]
[```0]…[2316]
[`Pt2]
[``32]…[2543
[```0]…[1395]
[`rL1]
[`rH1]
Range Low 1 and
Range High 1
continued on next
page.
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4.5
Setup-Input
[`rL1]
[`rH1]
Range Low 1 and
Range High 1
continued from
previous page.
˜
NOTE:
These values do not
affect the low or the
high set point limit
for process alarms.
[``°F]
[`rL1]
[```r]
[``°C]
[`rH1]
{``32]…[3200]
[`rL1]
[`rH1]
98__-2__-___ only
[```0]…[1760]
[`in1]
[```S]
[``32]…[3200]
[```0]…[1760]
[```b]
[``32]…[3300]
[```0]…[1816]
[`rtd]
[-328]…[1472]
[-200]…[`800]
[`r†d]
[-9(9]…[99(9]
[-7#3]…[53&7]
[4-20]
[-999]…[`999]
units
[0-20]
[-999]…[`999]
units
[`0-5]
[-999]…[`999]
units
[`1-5]
[-999]…[`999]
units
[0-10]
[-999]…[`999]
units
Calibration Offset 1
Offset the input 1 signal by a positive or negative value. This allows you
to compensate for lead resistance, sensor errors or other factors.
[CAL1] This prompt always appears.
[CAL1]
If
↓
[``°F
Default
↓
[-999] … [```0] … [`999]
[`C_F]
[CAL1]
[CAL1]
[CAL1]
(Global Menu)
[``°F] & [`r†d]
[`C_F]
[`In1]
(Global Menu)
(Input Menu)
[-9(9] … [[``)0] … [`9(9]
[CAL1]
[CAL1]
[CAL1]
[-555] … [[```0] … [`555]
[``°C]
[`C_F]
[CAL1]
[CAL1]
[CAL1]
(Global Menu)
[``°C] & [`r†d]
[`C_F]
[`In1]
(Global Menu)
(Input Menu)
[-5%5] … [[``)0] … [`5%5]
[CAL1]
[CAL1]
[CAL1]
[-999] … [```0] … [`999]
a process input
is selected
4.6
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[CAL1]
[CAL1]
units
[CAL1]
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Setup-Input
[rtd1]
RTD Calibration Curve 1
Select the calibration curve for the RTD 1 input. The RTD input uses
either the European (DIN, 0.003850Ω/Ω/°C) or the Japanese (JIS,
0.003916Ω/Ω/°C) linearization standard.
[rtd1] This prompt appears only if you have set [`In1] to [`rtd] or
[`r†d].
Default
↓
[`din] … [`JIS]
[rtd1]
[Ftr1]
[rtd1]
Software Filter 1
Select the filter time constant, in seconds, for input 1. This smooths a
rapidly changing input signal for display or control purposes.
• Select a positive value to filter only the display.
• Select a negative value to filter the input signal.
• Set the value to [```0] to disable the filter.
[Ftr1] This prompt always appears.
Default
↓
[`-60] … [```0] … [``60]
[Ftr1]
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
[Ftr1]
[Ftr1]
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Setup-Input
[`In2]
ç
CAUTION:
Changing the value
of [`In2] changes
most other prompts
to the factory
default values and
clears all program
steps. Verify the
correct sensor type
before making a
change. Document
all settings before
changing input
type. Failure to follow this guideline
could result in damage to equipment or
property.
NOTE:
If [``no] is selected
for [`In2] none of
the other input 2
prompts will
appear.
NOTE:
See Chapter 9 for
more information
on slidewire feedback.
Input 2
Select sensor type for input 2. This selection must match the sensor
type connected to terminals 18, 19 and 20. See Appendix for more information about sensors.
• Changing the value of [`In2] changes all other prompts to the factory default values, except the Communications and Lockout menus,
the [`C_F] prompt in the Global Menu and the [`dFL] prompt in the
Calibration Menu. If you change the value, the default warning
[dFLt] will flash in the upper display.
• Changes do not take effect automatically after five seconds; you must
press the Mode key µ to enter the sensor type change and advance to
the next prompt.
[`In2] This prompt and other Input 2 prompts appear only on controllers
equipped with input 2 hardware (not 98__-_0__-____).
If
↓
98__-3___-____
Default
↓
no DIP
slidewire
[``no]
[SLid]
[`In2]
[`In2]
resistance
only
98__-5___-____
no DIP
event 2
digital event
only
[``no]
[`Ei2]
[``In2]
[`In2]
[`rL2]
Range Low 2
NOTE:
These values do not
affect the low or the
high set point limit
for process alarms.
Select the low resistance of the slidewire potentiometer.
NOTE:
If [SLid] is selected
for [`In2], [`Ot2]
prompt will not
appear.
4.8
[`rL2] This prompt appears only on controllers with [`In2] (Input Menu)
set to [SLiD].
Default
↓
[```0] … [`rH2]
[`rL2]
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
[`rL2]
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Setup-Input
[`rH2]
NOTE:
These values do not
affect the low or the
high set point limit
for process alarms.
NOTE:
See Chapter 9 for
more information
on slidewire feedback.
[LrnL]
Range High 2
Select the high resistance of the slidewire potentiometer.
[`rH2] This prompt appears only on controllers with [`In2] (Input Menu)
set to [SLiD].
Default
↓
[`rL2] … [```0] … [1200]
[`rH2]
[`rH2]
[`rH2]
Learn Low
Write the low-end resistance of the slidewire potentiometer to the
range low 2 parameter.
[LrnL] This prompt appears only on controllers with [`In2] (Input Menu)
set to [SLiD].
[LrnH]
Default
↓
[``no]
[`YES]
[LrnL]
[LrnL]
Learn High
Write the high-end resistance of the slidewire potentiometer to the
range low 2 parameter.
[LrnH] This prompt appears only on controllers with [`In2] (Input Menu)
set to [SLiD].
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Default
↓
[``no]
[`YES]
[LrnH]
[LrnH]
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4.9
Setup-Input
[CAL2]
Calibration Offset 2
Offset the input 2 signal by a positive or negative value. This allows
you to compensate for lead resistance, sensor errors or other factors.
[CAL2] This prompt appears only on controllers with [`In2] (Input Menu)
set to [SLiD].
If
↓
[``°F
Default
↓
[-999] … [```0] … [`999]
[`C_F]
[CAL2]
[CAL2]
[CAL2]
(Global Menu)
[``°F] & [`r†d]
[`C_F]
[`In1]
(Global Menu)
(Input Menu)
[-9(9] … [[``)0] … [`9(9]
[CAL2]
[CAL2]
[CAL2]
[-555] … [[```0] … [`555]
[``°C]
[`C_F]
[CAL2]
[CAL2]
[CAL2]
(Global Menu)
[``°C] & [`r†d]
[`C_F]
[`In1]
(Global Menu)
(Input Menu)
[-5%5] … [[``)0] … [`5%5]
[CAL2]
[CAL2]
[CAL2]
[-999] … [```0] … [`999]
[CAL2]
a process input
is selected
[Hunt]
[CAL2]
units
[CAL2]
Hunt
Set the deadband, as a percentage of output, to keep the valve from
hunting.
˜
• The slidewire hysteresis [SHYS] setting provides additional control over a
valve.
NOTE:
See Chapter 9 for
more information
on slidewire feedback.
[Hunt] This prompt appears only on controllers with [`In2] (Input Menu)
set to [SLiD].
Default
↓
[``)1] … [``!0] … [10)0]
[Hunt]
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[Hunt]
[Hunt]
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Setup-Input
[SHYS]
Slidewire Hysteresis
Set the inner hysteresis, the point at which the valve output turns
off.
• The figure below illustrates the interaction between slidewire hysteresis
[SHYS] and hunt [Hunt].
[SHYS] This prompt appears only on controllers with [`In2] (Input Menu)
set to [SLiD].
Default
↓
[```0]
[Hunt]
[SHYS]
[SHYS]
turn-on point (close)
Hunt
Slidewire
Hysteresis
turn-off point (close)
slidewire position
set point
turn-off point (open)
Figure 4.11 Hunt and slidewire
inner hysteresis.
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
turn-on point (open)
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4.11
→
Setup-Output
↑ µ
Reaching the Output
Menu
↓
µ
↓
❶ Begin in the Display Loop,
and press the Up-arrow > and
Down-arrow < keys simultaneously for three seconds to
reach the Setup Menus.
µ
↓
µ
↓
µ
↓
µ
↓
Input
Menu
p. 4.2
Output
Menu
p. 4.12
Global
Menu
p. 4.28
Communications
Menu
p. 4.38
µ
↓
µ
❷ Press the Up-arrow key > to
select one of the Setup Menus.
↓
µ
↓
µ
↓
❸ Press the Mode key µ to
step through the prompts.
µ
↓
µ
↓
µ
↓
µ
↓
…
…
µ
→
[OtPt] Output Menu
[`SEt] Setup Menus
Enter your settings,
from the controller’s
upper display.
?
[`Ot1] Output 1 (page 4.13)
?
[Prc1] *Process 1
?
[HYS1] Hysteresis 1
?
[`Ot2] *Output 2 (page 4.15)
?
[Prc2] *Process 2
?
[HYS2] *Hysteresis 2
?
[`AL2] *Alarm 2
?
[LAt2] *Latching 2
?
[SIL2] *Silencing 2
?
[`Ot3] *Output 3 (page 4.19)
?
?
→
[`AL3] *Alarm 3
µ
?
↓
[HYS3] *Hysteresis 3
µ
?
↓
[LAt3] *Latching 3
µ
?
↓
[SIL3] *Silencing 3
µ
↓
µ
[`Ot4] *Output 4 (page 4.22)
?
[`AL4] *Alarm 4
?
[HYS4] *Hysteresis 4
?
[LAt4] *Latching 4
?
[SIL4] *Silencing 4
…
↓
µ
❹ Press the Up-arrow key > or
the Down-arrow key < to
select one of the prompt values.
Figure 4.12 Navigating the
Output Menu.
↓
µ
↓
*Prompts may not
appear, depending
on controller configuration.
µ
↑
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
[Aout] *Analog Output (page 4.25)
?
[Prc3] *Process 3
?
[`ArL] *Retransmit Low Limit
↓
?
µ
[ArH]
↓
?
←µ
4.12
?
*Retransmit High Limit
[ACAL] *Retransmit Calibration Offset
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Setup-Output
˜
NOTE:
Decimal points may
not always be in the
position specified
below depending
on the the settings
in the Decimal 1
[deC1] parameters
in the Input Menu.
[`Ot1]
Output Prompts
When you are in the Setup menus, the Series 982 displays the menu
selection ( [InPt], [OtPt], [GLbL] or [COM] ) in the upper display, and
[`SEt] in the lower display.
The Up-arrow > or Down-arrow key < selects another menu. Press the
Mode key µ to display the first prompt in the lower display and its value
in the upper display. Use the Up-arrow > and Down-arrow < keys to
change the value in the upper display. The new value will not take effect
until after a five-second delay or until you press the Mode key µ.
Output 1
Set the way that output 1 will respond to a difference between the set
point and an input variable.
• [``Ht] select reverse action, so that output 1 responds when the input
signal is less than the set point.
• [``CL] select direct action, so that output 1 responds when the input
signal is more than the set point.
[`Ot1] This prompt always appears.
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Default
↓
[``Ht]
[``CL]
[`Ot1]
[`Ot1]
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4.13
Setup-Output
[Prc1]
Process 1
Select the process range for output 1.
[Prc1] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with output 1
process hardware (98__-__F_-____).
Default
↓
[HYS1]
4-20mA
0-20mA
0-5VÎ
1-5VÎ
0-10VÎ (dc)
[4-20]
[0-20]
[`0-5]
[`1-5]
[0-10]
[Prc1]
[Prc1]
[Prc1]
[Prc1]
[Prc1]
Hysteresis 1
Select the switching hysteresis for output 1. This determines the
change in temperature or process units needed to turn the output from
full on to full off.
[HYS1] This prompt does not appear on controllers equipped with output 1
process hardware (98__-__F_-____).
If
↓
[``°F
Default
↓
[```1] … [```3] … [`999]
[`C_F]
[HYS1]
[HYS1]
[HYS1]
(Global Menu)
[``°F] & [`r†d]
[`C_F]
[`In1]
(Global Menu)
(Input Menu)
[``)1] … [[``#0] … [`9(9]
[HYS1]
[HYS1]
[HYS1]
[```1] … [[```2] … [`555]
[``°C]
[`C_F]
[HYS1]
[HYS1]
[HYS1]
(Global Menu)
[``°C] & [`r†d]
[`C_F]
[`In1]
(Global Menu)
(Input Menu)
[``)1] … [[``@0] … [`5%5]
[HYS1]
[HYS1]
[HYS1]
[```1] … [```3] … [`999]
a process input
is selected
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[HYS1]
[HYS1]
units
[HYS1]
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Setup-Output
[`Ot2]
Output 2
Set the way that output 2 will respond to a difference between the set
point and an input variable.
NOTE:
[`Ot2] prompt will
not appear if
[SLid] is selected
for [`In2].
• [`AL2] de-energizes output 2 in an alarm condition.
• [AL2n] energizes output 2 in an alarm condition.
• [``Ht] select reverse action, so that output 2 responds when the input
signal is less than the set point. This prompt only appears if [`Ot1] is set
to [``CL].
• [``CL] select direct action, so that output 2 responds when the input
signal is more than the set point. This prompt only appears if [`Ot1] is
set to [``Ht].
[`Ot2] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with output 2
hardware (not 98__-___A-____). [`AL2] and [AL2n] do not appear if output 2
is a process output (98__-___F-____). [``Ht] and [``CL] do not appear if
[AL90] (in the Global Menu) is set to [dUPL].
Default
[Prc2]
↓
[``no]
[`AL2]
[Al2n]
[`Ot2]
[`Ot2]
[`Ot2]
[``Ht] or [``CL]
[`Ot2]
[`Ot2]
Process 2
Select the process range for output 2.
[Prc2] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with output 2
process hardware (98__-___F-____) and with [`Ot2] not set to [``no].
Default
↓
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
4-20mA
0-20mA
0-5VÎ
1-5VÎ
0-10VÎ (dc)
[4-20]
[0-20]
[`0-5]
[`1-5]
[0-10]
[Prc2]
[Prc2]
[Prc2]
[Prc2]
[Prc2]
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4.15
Setup-Output
[HYS2]
Hysteresis 2
Select the switching hysteresis for output 2. This determines the
change in temperature or process units needed to turn the output from
full off to full on.
• If [`AL2] is set to [rAtE] settings for [HYS2] will be in degrees per
minute or units per minute.
• If the input referenced by [`AL2] is set to [`r†d] the range is affected as
listed below.
[HYS2] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with output 2
hardware and with [`Ot2] not set to [``no]. This prompt does not appear
on controllers with [`In2] set to [SLid] or on controllers equipped with
output 2 process hardware.
If
↓
[``°F
Default
↓
[```1] … [```3] … [`999]
[`C_F]
[HYS2]
[HYS2]
[HYS2]
(Global Menu)
[``°F] & [`r†d]
[`C_F]
[`In1]
(Global Menu)
(Input Menu)
[``)1] … [[``#0] … [`9(9]
[HYS2]
[HYS2]
[HYS2]
[```1] … [[```2] … [`555]
[``°C]
[`C_F]
[HYS2]
[HYS2]
[HYS2]
(Global Menu)
[``°C] & [`r†d]
[`C_F]
[`In1]
(Global Menu)
(Input Menu)
[``)1] … [[``@0] … [`5%5]
[HYS2]
[HYS2]
[HYS2]
[```1] … [```3] … [`999]
a process input
is selected
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[HYS2]
[HYS2]
units
[HYS2]
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Setup-Output
[`AL2]
Alarm 2
Select the alarm type for alarm 2. Select the trigger points for the alarm
with the [A2LO] and [A2HI] settings in the System Menu [`SYS].
• [`Pr1] uses the process signal from input 1. Changing the set point
does not change the alarm response.
˜
NOTE:
See Chapter 8 for
more information
on alarms.
• [`dE1] uses a deviation from the input 1 signal. Changing the set point
changes the alarm response.
• [rAtE] uses the rate of change at input 1 in degrees per minute.
[`AL2] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with output 2
hardware (not 98__-___A-____), and with [`Ot2] set to [`AL2] or [AL2n].
Default
[LAt2]
↓
[`Pr1]
[`de1]
[rAtE]
[`AL2]
[`AL2]
[`AL2]
Latching 2
Select whether alarm 2 will be latching or non-latching. A latching
alarm [`LAt] must be turned off manually. A non-latching alarm [`nLA]
turns off when an alarm condition no longer exists.
[LAt2] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with output 2
hardware (not 98__-___A-____) and with [`Ot2] set to [`AL2] or [AL2n].
Default
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
↓
[`nLA]
[`LAt]
[LAt2]
[LAt2]
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[SIL2]
Silencing 2
Select silencing to inhibit alarm 2 on startup and to allow the operator to reset the alarm output, not the visual display.
˜
• Silencing disables the alarm until the signal is between [A2LO] and
[A2HI].
NOTE:
See Chapter 8 for
more information
on alarms.
[`AL2] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with output 2
hardware (not 98__-___A-____) and with [`Ot2] set to [`AL2] or [AL2n].
[`Ot3]
Default
↓
[`OFF]
[``On]
[SIL2]
[SIL2]
Output 3
Set the way that output 3 will respond to a difference between the
set point and an input variable.
• [`AL3] de-energizes output 3 in an alarm condition.
˜
• [AL3n] energizes output 3 in an alarm condition.
NOTE:
See Chapter 8 for
more information
on alarms.
• [Ent3] sets output 3 to an event output.
[`Ot3] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with output 3
hardware for a relay (98__-____-B___, 98__-____-J___ or 98__-____-K___) or
switched dc (98__-____-C___).
Default
4.18
↓
[`AL3]
[AL3n]
[Ent3]
[``no]
[`Ot3]
[`Ot3]
[`Ot3]
[`Ot3]
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[`AL3]
Alarm 3
Select the alarm type for alarm 3.
• [`Pr1] uses the process signal from input 1.
• [`dE1] uses a deviation from the input 1 signal.
• [rAtE] uses the rate of change at input 1 in degrees per minute.
[`AL3] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with output 3
hardware for a relay (98__-____-B___, 98__-____-J___ or 98__-____-K___) or
switched dc (98__-____-C___), and with [`Ot3] set to [`AL3] or [AL3n].
Default
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
↓
[`Pr1]
[`de1]
[rAtE]
[`AL3]
[`AL3]
[`AL3]
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Setup-Output
[HYS3]
Hysteresis 3
Select the switching hysteresis for alarm 3. This determines the change
in temperature or process units needed to turn the output from full off to
full on.
˜
• If [`AL3] is set to [rAtE] settings for [HYS3] will be in degrees per
minute or units per minute.
NOTE:
See Chapter 8 for
more information
on alarms.
• If the input referenced by [`AL3] is set to [`r†d] the range is affected as
listed below.
[HYS3] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with output 3
hardware for a relay (98__-____-B___, 98__-____-J___ or 98__-____-K___) or
switched dc (98__-____-C___) and with [`Ot3] set to [`AL3] or [AL3n].
If
↓
Default
↓
[``°F
[```1] … [```3] … [`999]
[`C_F]
[HYS3]
[HYS3]
[HYS3]
(Global Menu)
[``°F] & [`r†d]
[`C_F]
[`In1]
(Global Menu)
(Input Menu)
[``)1] … [[``#0] … [`9(9]
[HYS3]
[HYS3]
[HYS3]
[```1] … [[```2] … [`555]
[``°C]
[`C_F]
[HYS3]
[HYS3]
[HYS3]
(Global Menu)
[``°C] & [`r†d]
[`C_F]
[`In1]
(Global Menu)
(Input Menu)
[``)1] … [[``@0] … [`5%5]
[HYS3]
[HYS3]
[HYS3]
[```1] … [```3] … [`999]
a process input
is selected
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[HYS3]
[HYS3]
units
[HYS3]
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Setup-Output
[LAt3]
˜
NOTE:
See Chapter 8 for
more information
on alarms.
[SIL3]
Latching 3
Select whether alarm 3 will be latching or non-latching. A latching
alarm [`LAt] must be turned off manually. A non-latching alarm [`nLA]
turns off when an alarm condition no longer exists.
[LAt3] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with output 3
hardware for a relay (98__-____-B___, 98__-____-J___ or 98__-____-K___) or
switched dc (98__-____-C___) and with [`Ot3] set to [`AL3] or [AL3n].
Default
↓
[`nLA]
[`LAt]
[LAt3]
[LAt3]
Silencing 3
Select silencing to inhibit alarm 3 on startup and to allow the operator to reset the alarm output, not the visual display.
• Silencing disables the alarm until the signal is between [A3LO] and
[A3HI].
[SIL3] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with output 3
hardware for a relay (98__-____-B___, 98__-____-J___ or 98__-____-K___) or
switched dc (98__-____-C___) and with [`Ot3] set to [`AL3] or [AL3n].
Default
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
↓
[`OFF]
[``On]
[SIL3]
[SIL3]
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Setup-Output
[`Ot4]
Output 4
Set the way that output 4 will respond to a difference between the set
point and an input variable.
˜
• [`AL4] de-energizes output 4 in an alarm condition.
NOTE:
See Chapter 8 for
more information
on alarms.
• [AL4n] energizes output 4 in an alarm condition.
• [Ent4] sets output 4 to an event output.
[`Ot4] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with output 4
hardware for a relay (98__-____-_B__, 98__-____-_D__ , 98__-____-_E__ or
98__-____-_K__) or switched dc (98__-____-_C__).
Default
[`AL4]
↓
[`AL4]
[AL4n]
[Ent4]
[``no]
[`Ot4]
[`Ot4]
[`Ot4]
[`Ot4]
Alarm 4
Select the alarm type for alarm 4.
• [`Pr1] uses a process signal from input 1.
• [`dE1] uses a deviation from the input 1 signal.
• [rAtE] uses the rate of change at input 1 in degrees per minute.
[`AL4] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with output 4
hardware for a relay (98__-____-_B__, 98__-____-_D__ , 98__-____-_E__ or
98__-____-_K__) or switched DC (98__-____-_C__) and [`Ot4] is set to
[`AL4] or [AL4n].
Default
4.22
↓
[`Pr1]
[`dE1]
[rAtE]
[`AL4]
[`AL4]
[`AL4]
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Setup-Output
[HYS4]
Hysteresis 4
Select the switching hysteresis for alarm 4. This determines the change
in temperature or process units needed to turn the output from full off to
full on .
• If [`AL4] is set to [rAtE] settings for [HYS4] will be in degrees per
minute or units per minute.
• If the input referenced by [`AL4] is set to [`r†d] the range is affected as
listed below.
˜
NOTE:
See Chapter 8 for
more information
on alarms.
[HYS4] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with output 4
hardware for a relay (98__-____-_B__, 98__-____-_D__ , 98__-____-_E__ or
98__-____-_K__) or switched dc (98__-____-_C__) and with [`Ot4] set to
[`AL4] or [AL4n].
If
↓
[``°F
Default
↓
[```1] … [```3] … [`999]
[`C_F]
[HYS4]
[HYS4]
[HYS4]
(Global Menu)
[``°F]
&
[`r†d]
[``)1] … [[```3] … [`9(9]
[`C_F]
[HYS4]
Input 1 or 2
(Global Menu) (see note above)
[HYS4]
[``°C]
[```1] … [[```2] … [`555]
[`C_F]
[HYS4]
[HYS4]
[HYS4]
[HYS4]
(Global Menu)
[``°C]
&
[`r†d]
[``)1] … [[```2] … [`5%5]
[`C_F]
[HYS4]
Input 1 or 2
(Global Menu) (see note above)
[HYS4]
[HYS4]
[```1] … [```3] … [`999] units
a process input
is selected
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
[HYS4]
[HYS4]
[HYS4]
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Setup-Output
[LAt4]
Latching 4
Select whether alarm 4 will be latching or non-latching. A latching
alarm [`LAT] must be turned off manually. A non-latching alarm [`nLA]
turns off when an alarm condition no longer exists.
˜
NOTE:
See Chapter 8 for
more information
on alarms.
[LAt4] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with output 4
hardware for a relay (98__-____-_B__, 98__-____-_J__ or 98__-____-_K__) or
switched dc (98__-____-_C__) and with [`Ot4] set to [`AL4] or [AL4n].
Default
[SIL4]
↓
[`nLA]
[`LAt]
[LAt4]
[LAt4]
Silencing 4
Select silencing to inhibit alarm 4 on startup and to allow the operator to reset the alarm output, not the visual display.
• Silencing disables the alarm until the signal is between [A4LO] and
[A4HI].
[SIL4] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with output 4
hardware for a relay (98__-____-_B__, 98__-____-_D__ , 98__-____-_E__ or
98__-____-_K__) or switched DC (98__-____-_C__) and with [`Ot4] set to
[`AL4] or [AL4n].
Default
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↓
[`OFF]
[``On]
[SIL4]
[SIL4]
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Setup-Output
[Aout]
Analog Output
Select which value to retransmit as the output 3 signal.
˜
NOTE:
See Chapter 9 for
more information
on retransmit.
• [Prc1] retransmits the process 1 value.
• [StPt] retransmits the set point.
• [Prc2] retransmits the process 2 value. This prompt appears only if the
controller is equipped with input 2 hardware and if [`In2] is not set to
[``no] or [`Ei2].
• [``no] turns off retransmit function.
[Aout] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with retransmit
hardware (98__-____-M___ or 98__-____-N___).
Default
[Prc3]
↓
[Prc1]
[StPt]
[Prc2]
[``no]
[Aout]
[Aout]
[Aout]
[Aout]
Process 3
Select the range for the retransmit signal at output 3.
[Prc3] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with retransmit
hardware (98__-____-M___ or 98__-____-N___) and with [Aout] not set to
[``no].
Default
↓
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
4-20mA
0-20mA
0-5VÎ
1-5VÎ
0-10VÎ (dc)
[4-20]
[0-20]
[`0-5]
[`1-5]
[0-10]
[Prc3]
[Prc3]
[Prc3]
[Prc3]
[Prc3]
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[`ArL]
Retransmit Low Limit
Select the low limit for the retransmit signal at output 3.
˜
• The default value is equal to [`rL1] or [`rL2] (in the Input Menu)
depending on whether [Aout] is set to [Prc1] or [Prc2].
NOTE:
See Chapter 9 for
more information
on retransmit.
[`ArL] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with retransmit
hardware (98__-____-M___ or 98__-____-N___) and with [Aout] not set to
[``no].
[-999] … [`ArH]
[`ArL]
[`ArH]
[`ArL]
Retransmit High Limit
Select the high limit for the retransmit signal at output 3.
• The default value is equal to [`rH1] or [`rH2] (in the Input Menu)
depending on whether [Aout] is set to [Prc1] or [Prc2].
[`ArH] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with retransmit
hardware (98__-____-M___ or 98__-____-N___) and with [Aout] not set to
[``no].
[`ArL] … [9999]
[`ArH]
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Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Setup-Output
[ACAL]
Retransmit Calibration Offset
Select an offset value for the retransmit signal at output 3.
[ACAL] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with retransmit
hardware (98__-____-M___ or 98__-____-N___) and with [Aout] not set to
[``no].
If
↓
[``°F]
[`C_F]
Default
↓
[-999] … [```0] … [`999]
[ACAL]
[ACAL]
[ACAL]
(Global Menu)
[``°C]
[`C_F]
[-555] … [[```0] … [`555]
[ACAL]
[ACAL]
[ACAL]
(Global Menu)
[-999] … [```0] … [`999]
a process input
is selected
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
[ACAL]
[ACAL]
units
[ACAL]
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Setup-Global
Reaching the Global Menu
→
↑ µ
❶ Begin in the Display Loop, and
press the Up-arrow > and Downarrow < keys simultaneously for
three seconds to reach the Setup
Menus.
↓
µ
↓
µ
↓
µ
↓
µ
↓
Input
Menu
p. 4.2
Output
Menu
p. 4.12
Global
Menu
p. 4.28
µ
Communications
Menu
p. 4.38
↓
µ
↓
❷ Press the Up-arrow key > to
select one of the Setup Menus.
µ
↓
µ
↓
❸ Press the Mode key µ to step
through the prompts.
µ
↓
µ
↓
µ
[``°F] [``°C]
↓
µ
↓
µ
❹ Press the Up-arrow key > or
the Down-arrow key < to select
one of the prompt values.
↓
µ
↑
↓
←µ
Figure 4.28 Navigating the
Global Menu.
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[gLbL] Global Menu
[`SEt] Setup Menus
?
Enter your settings,
from the controller’s
upper display.
[`C_F] *Celsius-Fahrenheit (page 4.29)
?
[`Err] Error Latching
?
[`Ei1] Event Input 1
?
[`Ei2] *Event Input 2
?
[AbSP] *Abort Set Point
?
[Anun] Annunciator
?
[`LoP] Low Power Limit
?
[`HiP] High Power Limit
?
[AtSP] Auto-tune Set Point (page 4.33)
?
[PtYP] Program Type
?
[`gSd] Guaranteed Soak Deviation
?
[Pout] Power Outage
?
[IdSP] *Idle Set Point
?
[PStr] Profile Start
?
[`LOC] Lockout
*Prompts may not appear, depending
on controller configuration.
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Setup-Global
˜
NOTE:
Decimal points may
not always be in the
position specified
below depending on
the the settings in
the Decimal 1
[dEC1] parameters
in the Input Menu.
[`C_F]
Global Prompts
When you are in the Setup menus, the Series 982 displays the menu
selection ( [InPt], [OtPt], [GLbL] or [COM] ) in the upper display, and
[`SEt] in the lower display.
The Up-arrow > or Down-arrow key < selects another menu. Press
the Mode key µ to display the first prompt in the lower display and its
value in the upper display. Use the Up-arrow > and Down-arrow <
keys to change the value in the upper display. The new value will not take
effect until after a five-second delay or until you press the Mode key µ.
Celsius-Fahrenheit
Select which temperature scale the controller will use.
[`C_F] This prompt appears only on controllers with [`In1] set to something other than a process input.
Default
[`Err]
↓
[``°F]
[``°C]
[`C_F]
[`C_F]
Error Latching
Select whether alarms will be latching or non-latching.
• Non-latching alarms [`nLA] turn off when there is no alarm condition.
NOTE:
For more information on errors, see
Chapter 8.
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
• Latching alarms [`LAt] must be turned off manually.
[`Err] This prompt always appears.
Default
↓
[`nLA]
[`LAt]
[`Err]
[`Err]
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[`Ei1]
Event Input 1
Select the effect of closing the event input 1 switch.
• [``no] disables event input 1.
• [`LOC] locks out the front panel keys.
• [`ALr] resets an alarm.
• [`OFF] turns all control outputs off (de-energize relays, but does not hold
program).
• [hold] puts the controller into hold mode (ends the program and holds the
last set point).
• [FiL1] [FiL2] [FiL3] or [FiL4] starts file 1, 2, 3 or 4.
• [AbSP] controls to the abort set point.
• [PAuS] pauses a running profile.
• [`WE] can be configured as a waitfor event input.
[`Ei1] This prompt always appears.
Default
↓
[``no] [`LOC] [`ALr] [`OFF] [Hold] [FIL1] … [FIL4] [AbSP] [PAuS] [`WE]
[`Ei1]
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[`Ei1]
[`Ei1]
[`Ei1]
[`Ei1]
[`Ei1]
[`Ei1]
[`Ei1]
[`Ei1]
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Setup-Global
[`Ei2]
Event Input 2
Select the effect of closing the event input 2 switch.
• [``no] disables event input 2.
• [`LOC] locks out the front panel keys.
• [`ALr] resets an alarm.
• [`OFF] turns all control outputs off (de-energize relays, but does not hold
program).
• [[hold]] puts the controller into hold mode (ends the program and holds the
last set point).
• [FiL1] [FiL2] [FiL3] or [FiL4] starts file 1, 2, 3 or 4.
• [AbSP] controls to the abort set point.
• [PAuS] pauses a running profile.
• [`WE] can be configured as a waitfor event input.
[`Ei2] This prompt appears only on controllers with event input 2 hardware
(98__-_5__-____) and with [`In2] (Input Menu) set to [`Ei2].
Default
↓
[``no] [`LOC] [`ALr] [`OFF] [Hold] [FIL1] … [FIL4] [AbSP] [PAuS] [`WE]
[`Ei2]
[AbSP]
[`Ei2]
[`Ei2]
[`Ei2]
[`Ei2]
[`Ei2]
[`Ei2]
[`Ei2]
[`Ei2]
[`Ei2]
Abort Set Point
Select the set point that will take effect when a running profile is aborted with an event input switch.
[AbSP] This prompt appears only on controllers with [`Ei1] or [`Ei2] set to
[AbSP].
Default
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
↓
[`OFF]
value of
[AbSP]
[`rL1]
…
value of
[`rH1]
(Input Menu) (Input Menu)
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Setup-Global
[Anun]
Annunciator
Select whether alarm messages will flash in the lower display.
[Anun] This prompt always appears.
Default
↓
[`LoP]
[``On]
[`OFF]
[Anun]
[Anun]
Low Power Limit
Select the low limit for the percent output. For cooling (direct acting)
enter a negative number.
[`LoP] This prompt always appears.
If
↓
a heat/cool
application
Default
↓
[-100]%… [`Hip]
[`LoP]
[`LoP]
[[```0]%… [`Hip]
a heat only
application
[`LoP]
[`LoP]
[-100]%… [`Hip]
a cool only
application
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[`LoP]
[`LoP]
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Setup-Global
[`HiP]
High Power Limit
Select the high limit for the percent output. For cooling (direct acting)
enter a negative number.
[`HiP] This prompt always appears.
If
↓
a heat/cool
application
a heat only
application
a cool only
application
[AtSP]
Default
↓
[`LoP] … [`100]%
[`HiP]
[`HiP]
[[`LoP] … [`100]%
[`HiP]
[`HiP]
[`LoP] … [```0]%
[`HiP]
[`HiP]
Auto-tune Set Point
Select the percentage at which the controller will auto-tune the current control set point.
[AtSP] This prompt always appears.
Default
↓
[``50] … [``90] … [`150] %
[AtSP]
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
[AtSP]
[AtSP]
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[PtyP]
Program Type
Select whether the program type will be time based or ramp rate.
• [``ti] selects a time based program.
• [rAtE] selects a program type of ramp rate in degrees or units per
minute.
[PtyP] This prompt always appears.
Default
[`gSd]
↓
[``ti]
[rAtE]
[PtyP]
[PtyP]
Guaranteed Soak Deviation
Guarantees that the process temperature or units is maintained within the selected window centered on the set point. If the process temperature or units varies above or below the set point by more than the
selected value, the time clock stops and the lower display alternately flashes [`gSd] and the current parameter until the process variable is again
within the window. Setting [`gSd] to [```0] disables guaranteed soak
deviation.
[`gSd] This prompt always appears.
If
↓
[``°F]
[`C_F]
Default
↓
[```0] … [`999]
[`gSd]
[`gSd]
(Global Menu)
[``°C]
[`C_F]
[[```0] … [``55]
[`gSd]
[`gSd]
(Global Menu)
[```0] … [`999] units
a process input
is selected
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[`gSd]
[`gSd]
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Setup-Global
[Pout]
Power Outage
Select what will happen when power is lost, then restored. Make sure
the backup battery DIP switch is on (see Chapter 1).
• [Cont] continues running the profile from the point at which it was
interrupted.
• [HOld] maintains the set point in effect when the power was interrupted.
• [Abrt] quits running the profile, displays [`OFF] in the lower display
and turns off all outputs.
• [IdSP] maintains the set point selected at the idle set point prompt
[IdSP] (the next prompt).
• [rSEt] resets the program to step 1.
• If [Hold], [Abrt] or [IdSP] is selected, the lower display alternately
flashed [Pout] and the current parameter. Press / to clear it.
[Pout] This prompt always appears.
Default
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
↓
[Cont]
[HOLd]
[Abrt]
[IdSP]
[rSEt]
[Pout]
[Pout]
[Pout]
[Pout]
[Pout]
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Setup-Global
[IdSp]
Idle Set Point
Select the set point that will take effect after a power interruption.
[IdSP] This prompt only appears if [Pout] is set to [IdSP].
˜
NOTE:
Decimal points may
not always be in the
position specified
depending on the
the settings in the
Decimal 1 [dEC1]
parameter in the
Input Menu.
[PStr]
If
↓
[``°F]
[`C_F]
Default
↓
[`rL1] … [``75] … [`rH1]
[IdSP]
[IdSP]
[IdSP]
(Global Menu)
[``°C]
[`C_F]
[[`rL1] … [``25] … [`rH1]
[IdSP]
[IdSP]
[IdSP]
(Global Menu)
[`rL1] … [``75] … [`rH1]
a process input
[IdSP]
[IdSP]
units
[IdSP]
is selected
Profile Start
Select whether the profile starts at the current set point value [StPt]
or the current process value [Proc].
• If [Pout] is set to [Cont] and [PStr] is set to [Proc], then if power is
interrupted the controller will use the current process value as its set
point.
[PStr] This prompt always appears.
Default
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↓
[StPt]
[Proc]
[PStr]
[PStr]
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Setup-Global
[`LOC]
Lockout
Select the level of operator lockout.
• [```0] no lockout.
• [```1] locks out the PID and Calibration menus and the auto-tune
prompt, [`AUt].
• [```2] locks out the System, Program, PID and Calibration menus.
• [```3] locks out the System, Program, PID and Calibration menus and
locks the set point.
[`LOC] This prompt always appears.
Default
↓
[```0] … [```3]
[`LOC]
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
[`LOC]
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Setup-Comm
Reaching the Communications Menu
❶ Begin in the Display Loop, and
press the Up-arrow > and Downarrow < keys simultaneously for
three seconds to reach the Setup
Menus.
→
↑ µ
↓
µ
↓
µ
↓
Input
Menu
p. 4.2
Output
Menu
p. 4.12
Global
Menu
p. 4.28
Communications
Menu
p. 4.38
µ
↓
µ
❷ Press the Up-arrow key > to
select one of the Setup Menus.
↑
↓
←µ
[COM] Communications Menu
[`SEt] Setup Menus
?
[bAUd] Baud Rate (page 4.39)
?
[dAtA] Data Bits and Parity
?
[Prot] Protocol Type
?
[Addr] *Address
?
[IntF] *Interface Type
*Prompts may not appear, depending on
controller configuration.
❸ Press the Mode key µ to step
through the prompts.
…
…
…
˜
NOTE:
The Communications Menu appears only
on controllers equipped with communications hardware (98__-____-_R__ or
98__-____-_S__ or 98__-____-_U__ ).
See Data Communications with the Series
988 Family of Controllers for detailed
information on communications.
❹ Press the Up-arrow key > or
the Down-arrow key < to select
one of the prompt values.
Figure 4.38 Navigating the
Communications Menu.
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Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Setup-Comm
Communications Prompts
When you are in the Setup menus, the Series 982 displays the menu
selection ( [InPt], [OtPt], [GLbL] or [COM] ) in the upper display, and
[`SEt] in the lower display.
The Up-arrow > or Down-arrow key < selects another menu. Press the
Mode key µ to display the first prompt in the lower display and its value
in the upper display. Use the Up-arrow > and Down-arrow < keys to
change the value in the upper display. The new value will not take effect
until after a five-second delay or until you press the Mode key µ.
[bAUd]
Baud Rate
Select the communications speed.
[bAUd] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with communications hardware (98__-____-_R__ or 98__-____-_S__ or 98__-____-_U__ ).
Default
[dAtA]
↓
[9600]
[`300]
[`600]
[1200]
[2400]
[4800]
[bAUd]
[bAUd]
[bAUd]
[bAUd]
[bAUd]
[bAUd]
Data Bits and Parity
Select the communications format (start bit = 1, stop bit = 1).
• Setting [Prot] to [Mod] automatically sets [dAtA] to [``8n].
[dAtA] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with communications hardware (98__-____-_R__ or 98__-____-_S__ or 98__-____-_U__ ).
Default
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
↓
[``7o]
[``7E[]
[``8n]
[dAtA]
[dAtA]
[dAtA]
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Setup-Comm
[Prot]
Protocol Type
Select the communications protocol.
• [FULL] selects ANSI X3.28 2.2 - A.3.
• [``on] selects Xon/Xoff.
• [Mod] selects Modbus.
[Prot] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with communications hardware (98__-____-_R__ or 98__-____-_S__ or 98__-____-_U__ ).
Default
[Addr]
↓
[FULL]
[``On}
[Mod]
[Prot]
[Prot]
[Prot]
Address
Select an address for the controller. The computer will use this address
when communicating with this controller.
[Addr] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with communications hardware for EIA/TIA-485 and EIA/TIA-422 (98__-____-_S__).
If
↓
[`485]
[IntF[
[`422]
[Intf]
4.40
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Default
↓
[```0] … [``31]
[Addr]
[Addr]
[```0] … [```9]
[Addr]
[Addr]
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Setup-Comm
[IntF]
Interface Type
Select the interface type for Output 4, option S.
• [`485] selects EIA/TIA-485.
• [`422] selects EIA/TIA-422.
[IntF] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with communications hardware for EIA/TIA-485 and EIA/TIA-422 (98__-____-_S__).
[IntF]
Default
↓
[`485]
[`422]
[IntF]
[IntF]
Interface Type
Select the interface type for Output 4, option U.
• [`485] selects EIA/TIA-485.
• [`232] selects EIA/TIA-232.
[IntF] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with communications hardware for EIA/TIA-485 and EIA/TIA-232 (98__-____-_U__).
Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Default
↓
[`232]
[`485]
[IntF]
[IntF]
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Notes
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Setup Menus, Chapter 4
Chapter 5 The Operation Menus
Navigating the Operation Menus
To reach the Operation Menus, begin in the Display Loop and press the
Mode key µ. The Operation Menu prompt [OPEr] will appear in the
lower display. The three Operation Menus are: System [`SYS] , PID
[`Pid] and Program [Prog]. Use the Up-arrow > or Down-arrow <
key to select a menu and the Mode key µ to step through a menu.
˜
NOTE:
Press the Display
key ∂ to return to
the Display Loop
from any point in
any menu.
You will not see every prompt in any of these menus. The unit’s configuration and model number determine which prompts appear. After stepping
through each menu, the Series 982 returns to the Operation Menu prompt
[OPEr]. Use the Up-arrow > and Down-arrow < keys to select the next
menu, or use the Mode key µ to advance through the same menu again.
To move backwards through the menu hold the Mode key µ down and
press the Up-arrow key >. Use the Up-arrow > or Down-arrow <
key to change the prompt setting.
WATL W
PROCESS
L1
L2
DEV
L3
❶ Begin in the Display Loop, and press the Mode key
µ to reach the Operation menus [OPEr].
L4
DISPLAY
% OUT
HOLD
RUN
MODE
SERIES 982
System
Menu
p. 5.2
WATL W
PROCESS
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
Figure 5.1 Navigating the
Operation Menus.
Operation Menus, Chapter 5
L3
PID
Menu
p. 5.10
Program
Menu
p. 7.1
❷ Press the Up-arrow > key to select one of the
Operation menus.
L4
DISPLAY
HOLD
RUN
MODE
SERIES 982
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5.1
Operation-System
Reaching the System Menu
→
↑ µ
↓
µ
↓
WATL W
µ
PROCESS
↓
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
L3
L4
µ
DISPLAY
↓
HOLD
RUN
MODE
µ
SERIES 982
↓
❸ Select the System Menu, then
press the Mode key µ to step
through the prompts.
µ
↓
µ
↓
µ
↓
µ
…
…
↓
…
µ
↓
µ
↓
←µ
↑
❹ Press the Up-arrow key > to step
through the prompt values. The
Down-arrow key < backs through
the values.
[`SYS] System Menu
[OPEr] Operation Menus
Enter your settings,
from the controller’s
upper display.
?
[Ei1S] *Event Input 1 Status (page 5.3)
?
[Ei2S] *Event Input 2 Status
?
[Ent3] *Event Output 3 Status
?
[Ent4] *Event Output 4 Status
?
[A2LO] *Alarm 2 Low (page 5.5)
?
[A2HI] *Alarm 2 High
?
[A3LO] *Alarm 3 Low (page 5.6)
?
[A3HI] *Alarm 3 High
?
[A4LO] *Alarm 4 Low (page 5.7)
?
[A4HI] *Alarm 4 High
?
[`AUt] *Auto-tune
*Prompts may not appear, depending
on controller configuration.
Figure 5.2 The System Menu.
5.2
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Operation Menus, Chapter 5
Operation-System
˜
NOTE:
Decimal points may
not always be in the
position specified
depending on the
setting in the
Decimal 1 [dEC1]
parameter in the
Input Menu.
[Ei1S]
System Prompts
When you are in the Operations menus the Series 982 displays the menu
selection ( [`SYS], [`Pid] or [Prog] ) in the upper display and [OPEr] in
the lower display.
The Up-arrow > or Down-arrow key < selects another menu. Press the
Mode key µ to display the first prompt in the lower display and its value
in the upper display. Use the Up-arrow > and Down-arrow < keys to
change the value in the upper display. The new value will not take effect
until after a five-second delay or until you press the Mode key µ.
Event Input 1 Status
Indicates whether the event input 1 circuit is open or closed. This is
a read-only prompt.
[Ei1S] This prompt appears only if [`Ei1] (Global Menu) is set to something other than [``no] .
[Ei2S]
Default
↓
[OpEn]
[CLOS]
[Ei1S]
[Ei1S]
Event Input 2 Status
Indicates whether the event input 2 circuit is open or closed. This is
a read-only prompt.
[Ei2S] This prompt appears only on controllers equipped with event input
2 hardware (98__-_5__-____) and with [`Ei2] (Global Menu) set to something other than [``no] .
Operation Menus, Chapter 5
Default
↓
[OpEn]
[CLOS]
[Ei2S]
[Ei2S]
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Operation-System
[Ent3]
Event Output 3 Status
Sets event output 3 on or off. When a profile is complete or on hold, it
holds at its previous state.
[Ent3] This prompt appears only when [`Ot3] (Output Menu) set to
[Ent3].
[Ent4]
Default
↓
[`OFf]
[``On]
[Ent3]
[Ent3]
Event Output 4 Status
Sets event output 4 on or off. When a profile is complete or on hold, it
holds at its previous state.
[Ent4] This prompt appears only when [`Ot4] (Output Menu) set to
[Ent4].
5.4
Default
↓
[`OFf]
[``On]
[Ent3]
[Ent3]
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Operation Menus, Chapter 5
Operation-System
[A2LO]
Alarm 2 Low
Select the low trigger value for the output 2 alarm.
NOTE:
For more information about alarms,
see Chapter 8.
[A2LO] This prompt appears only if [`AL2] (Output Menu) is set to something other than [``no].
If
↓
Default
↓
lowest
…
… [A2HI]
[`Pr1]
value of
[`AL2]
sensor
[`rL1]
(Output Menu)
range
(Input Menu)
[`dE1] or [rAtE]
`AL2]
value of
[A2LO]
[-999] … [```0]
[`AL2]
[A2LO]
[A2LO]
(Output Menu)
[A2HI]
Alarm 2 High
Select the high trigger value for the output 2 alarm.
[A2HI] This prompt appears only if [`AL2] (Output Menu) is set to something other than [``no].
If
↓
Default
↓
highest
[A2LO] …
[`Pr1]
[`AL2]
[A2HI]
(Output Menu)
[`dE1] or [rAtE]
`AL2]
[`AL2]
value of
…
value of
[`rH1]
sensor
(Input Menu)
range
[```0] … [`999] … [9999]
[`AL2]
[A2HI]
[A2HI]
(Output Menu)
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5.5
Operation-System
[A3LO]
Alarm 3 Low
Select the low trigger value for the output 3 alarm.
NOTE:
For more information about alarms,
see Chapter 8.
[A3LO] This prompt appears only if [`AL3] (Output Menu) is set to something other than [``no].
If
↓
Default
↓
lowest
…
… [A3HI]
[`Pr1]
value of
[`AL3]
sensor
[`rL1]
(Output Menu)
range
(Input Menu)
[`dE1] or [rAtE]
`AL3]
value of
[A3LO]
[-999] … [```0]
[`AL3]
[A3LO]
[A3LO]
(Output Menu)
[A3HI]
Alarm 3 High
Select the high trigger value for the output 3 alarm.
[A3HI] This prompt appears only if [`AL3] (Output Menu) is set to something other than [``no].
If
↓
Default
↓
highest
[A3LO] …
[`Pr1]
[`AL3]
[A3HI]
(Output Menu)
[`dE1] or [rAtE]
`AL3]
[`AL3]
value of
…
value of
[`rH1]
sensor
(Input Menu)
range
[```0] … [`999] … [9999]
[`AL3]
[A3HI]
[A3HI]
(Output Menu)
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Operation Menus, Chapter 5
Operation-System
[A4LO]
Alarm 4 Low
Select the low trigger value for the output 4 alarm.
NOTE:
For more information about alarms,
see Chapter 8.
[A4LO] This prompt appears only if [`AL4] (Output Menu) is set to something other than [``no].
If
↓
Default
↓
lowest
…
… [A4HI]
[`Pr1]
value of
[`AL4]
sensor
[`rL1]
(Output Menu)
range
(Input Menu)
[`dE1] or [rAtE]
`AL4]
value of
[A4LO]
[-999] … [```0]
[`AL4]
[A4LO]
[A4LO]
(Output Menu)
[A4HI]
Alarm 4 High
Select the high trigger value for the output 4 alarm.
[A4HI] This prompt appears only if [`AL4] (Output Menu) is set to something other than [``no].
If
↓
Default
↓
highest
[A4LO] …
[`Pr1]
[`AL4]
[A4HI]
(Output Menu)
[`dE1] or [rAtE]
`AL4]
[`AL4]
value of
…
value of
[`rH1]
sensor
(Input Menu)
range
[```0] … [`999] … [9999]
[`AL4]
[A4HI]
[A4HI]
(Output Menu)
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5.7
Operation-System
[`AUt]
Auto-tune
Initiate an auto-tune.
NOTE:
For more information on auto-tune
see Chapter 8.
5.8
[`AUt] This prompt always appears.
Default
↓
[`OFF]
[`Pid]
[`AUt]
[`AUt]
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Notes
Operation Menus, Chapter 5
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5.9
Operation-PID
→
Reaching the PID Menus
↑ µ
❶ Begin in the Display Loop, and
press the Mode key µ to reach the
the Operation menus [OPEr].
↓
µ
↓
µ
↓
µ
↓
µ
↓
µ
System
Menu
p. 5.2
PID
Menu
p. 5.10
Program
Menu
p. 7.1
↓
µ
❷ Use the Up-arrow > key to
select a menu.
↓
µ
↓
µ
❸ Press the Mode key µ to step
through the prompts.
↓
µ
↓
µ
↓
…
…
µ
↓
…
❹ Press the Up-arrow key > to
step through the prompt values.
The Down-arrow key < backs
through the values.
µ
↓
←µ
↑
[`Pid] PID Menu
[OPEr] Operation Menus
Enter your settings,
from the controller’s
upper display.
?
[`Pb1] *Output 1 Proportional Band (page 5.11)
?
[`rE1] *Output 1 Reset
?
[`It1] *Output 1 Integral
?
[`rA1] *Output 1 Rate
?
[`dE1] *Output 1 Derivative
?
[`CtI] *Output 1 Cycle Time
?
[`Pb2] *Output 2 Proportional Band (page 5.14)
?
[`rE2] *Output 2 Reset
?
[`It2] *Output 2 Integral
?
[`rA2] *Output 2 Rate
?
[`dE2] *Output 2 Derivative
?
[`Ct2] *Output 2 Cycle Time
?
[``db] *Dead Band (page 5.17)
*Prompts may not
appear, depending on
controller configuration.
Figure 5.10 The PID Menus.
5.10
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Operation Menus, Chapter 5
Operation-PID
˜
NOTE:
Decimal points may
not always be in the
position specified
depending on the
setting in the
Decimal 1 [dEC1]
parameter in the
Input Menu.
[`Pb1]
PID Prompts
When you reach the Operation menus, the Series 982 displays the menu
selection ( [`SYS], [`Pid] or [Prog] ) in the upper display and [OPEr] in
the lower display.
The Up-arrow > or Down-arrow key < selects another menu. Press the
Mode key µ to display the first prompt in the lower display and its value
in the upper display. Use the Up-arrow > and Down-arrow < keys to
change the value in the upper display. The new value will not take effect
until after a five-second delay or until you press the Mode key µ.
Output 1 Proportional Band
Select the proportional band for PID output 1. If set to [```0] it functions as an on/off control, and the switching differential is determined by
the [HYS1] value (Output Menu).
[`Pb1] This prompt always appears.
If
↓
[``US] & [``°F]
[`dFL]
[`C_F]
(Calibration Menu)
(Global Menu)
& [`r†d]
[`In1]
Default
↓
[```0] … [[``25] … [`999]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
[``)0] … [[``25] … [99(9]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
(Input Menu)
[``US] & [``°C]
[`dFL]
[`C_F]
(Calibration Menu)
(Global Menu)
& [`r†d]
[`In1]
[```0] … [[``14] … [`555]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
[``)0] … [[``14] … [99(9]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
(Input Menu)
[``SI]
[`dFL]
[``)0] … [``#0] … [`9(9]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
% of span
[`Pb1]
(Calibration Menu)
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5.11
Operation-PID
[`rE1]
Output 1 Reset
Tune the control action to eliminate the offset or droop between the
set point and the actual process value for PID output 1. When set to
[`)00], reset is disabled.
[`rE1] This prompt appears only if [`dFL] (Calibration Menu) is set to
[``US] and [`Pb1] is not set to [```0].
Default
↓
[`)00 … [`(99] repeats/min.
[`rE1]
[`It1]
[`rE1]
Output 1 Integral
Tune the control action to eliminate the offset or droop between the
set point and the actual process value for PID output 1. When set to
[`)00], integral is disabled.
[`It1] This prompt appears only if [`dFL] (Calibration Menu) is set to
[``S1] and [`Pb1] is not set to [```0].
Default
↓
[`)00] … [9(99] min. / repeat
[`It1]
5.12
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[`It1]
Operation Menus, Chapter 5
Operation-PID
[`rA1]
Output 1 Rate
Tune the rate to eliminate overshoot on startup or after the set
point changes. The rate setting will not influence the percent power if the
process value is more than twice the proportional band from the set point.
When set to [`)00], rate is disabled.
[`rA1] This prompt appears only if [`dfL] (Calibration Menu) is set to
[``US] and [`Pb1] is set higher than [```0].
Default
↓
[`)00] … [`(99]
[`rA1]
[`dE1]
min.
[`rA1]
Output 1 Derivative
Tune the derivative to eliminate overshoot on startup or after the set
point changes. The derivative setting will not influence the percent power
if the process value is more than twice the proportional band from the set
point. When set to [`)00], derivative is disabled.
[`dE1] This prompt appears only if [`dFL] (Calibration Menu) is set to
[``SI] and [`Pb1] is set higher than [```0].
Default
↓
[`)00] … [`(99]
[`dE1]
Operation Menus, Chapter 5
min.
[`dE1]
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5.13
Operation-PID
[`Ct1]
Output 1 Cycle Time
Select the time, in seconds, of a complete on/off cycle.
[`Ct1] This prompt appears only if [`In1] (Input Menu) is not set to a
process and [`Pb1] is set higher than [```0].
NOTE:
For more information on burst fire,
[brSt], see
Chapter 9.
If
↓
Default
↓
[``%0] … [`1)0] … [99(9]
mechanical
relay
[`Ct1]
[`Ct1]
sec.
[`Ct1]
outputs
open collector
[brSt]
or solid-state
[`Ct1]
[``)1] … [``!0] … [99(9]
[`Ct1]
[`Ct1]
sec.
[`Ct1]
relay outputs
[`Pb2]
Output 2 Proportional Band
Select the proportional band for PID output 2. If set to [```0] it functions as an on/off control and the switching differential is determined by
the [HYS2] value (Output Menu).
[`Pb2] This prompt appears only if [`Ot2] (Output Menu) is set to [``Ht]
or [``CL] .
If
↓
[``US] & [``°F]
[`dFL]
[`C_F]
(Calibration Menu)
(Global Menu)
& [`r†d]
[`In1]
Default
↓
[```0] … [[``25] … [`999]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
[``)0] … [[``25] … [99(9]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
(Input Menu)
[``US] & [``°C]
[`dFL]
[`C_F]
(Calibration Menu)
(Global Menu)
& [`r†d]
[`In1]
[```0] … [[``14] … [`555]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
[``)0] … [[``14] … [99(9]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
(Input Menu)
[``SI]
[`dFL]
[``)0] … [``#0] … [`9(9]
[`Pb1]
[`Pb1]
% of span
[`Pb1]
(Calibration Menu)
5.14
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Operation Menus, Chapter 5
Operation-PID
[`rE2]
Output 2 Reset
Tune the control action to eliminate the offset or droop between the
set point and the actual process value for PID A output 2. When set
to [`)00], reset is disabled.
[`rE2] This prompt appears only if [`dFL] (Calibration Menu) is set to
[``US] and [`Pb2] is set higher than [```0]. When set to [`)00], reset is
disabled.
Default
↓
[`)00] … [`(99] repeats/min.
[`rE2]
[`It2]
[`rE2]
Output 2 Integral
Tune the control action to eliminate the offset or droop between the
set point and the actual process value for PID output 2. When set to
[`)00], integral is disabled.
[`It2] This prompt appears only if [`dFL] (Calibration Menu) is set to
[``SI] and [`Pb2] is set higher than [```0].
Default
↓
[`)00] … [9(99]
[`It2]
Operation Menus, Chapter 5
min./repeat
[`It2]
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Operation-PID
[`rA2]
Output 2 Rate
Tune the rate to eliminate overshoot on startup or after the set
point changes. The rate setting will not influence the percent power if the
process value is more than twice the proportional band from the set point.
When set to [`)00], rate is disabled.
[`rA2] This prompt appears only if [`dFL] (Calibration Menu) is set to
[``US] and [`Pb2] is set higher than [```0].
Default
↓
[`)00]
[`rA2]
[`dE2]
… [`(99]
min.
[`rA2]
Output 2 Derivative
Tune the derivative to eliminate overshoot on startup or after the
set point changes. The derivative setting will not influence the percent
power if the process value is more than twice the proportional band from
the set point. When set to [`)00], derivative is disabled.
[`dE2] This prompt appears only if [`dFL] (Calibration Menu) is set to
[``SI] and [`Pb2] is set higher than [```0].
Default
↓
[`)00] … [`(99]
[`dE2]
5.16
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min.
[`dE2]
Operation Menus, Chapter 5
Operation-PID
[`Ct2]
Output 2 Cycle Time
Select the time, in seconds, of a complete on/off cycle.
NOTE:
For more information
on burst fire, [brSt],
see Chapter 9.
[`Ct2] This prompt appears only if [CntL] (Global Menu) is not set to
[CSCd] and [`Pb2] is set higher than [```0].
If
↓
Default
↓
[``%0] … [`1)0] … [99(9]
mechanical
relay
[`Ct2]
[`Ct2]
[`Ct2]
outputs
open collector
[brSt]
or solid-state
[`Ct2]
[``)1] … [``!0] … [99(9]
[`Ct2]
[`Ct2]
[`Ct2]
relay outputs
[``db]
Dead Band
˜
Select the width of the zone between the action of the heating output
(reverse acting) and the cooling output (direct acting). If you select a
positive value the heat and cool outputs cannot be energized at the same
time. If you select a negative value, both outputs can be energized at the
same time.
NOTE:
Decimal points may
not always be in the
position specified
below depending on
the the settings of
the Decimal 1
[dEC1] or Set Point
1 [`SP1] parameter
in the Input Menu.
[``db] This prompt appears only if [`Pb2] is set higher than [```0] and
one output performs heating action and another performs cooling action.
If
↓
[``°F]
[`C_F]
Default
↓
[-999] … [```0] … [`999]
[db`A]
[db`A]
[db`A]
(Global Menu)
[``°C]
[`C_F]
[-555] … [```0] … [`555]
[db`A]
[db`A]
[db`A]
(Global Menu)
a process
input is selected
Operation Menus, Chapter 5
[-999] … [```0] … [`999] units
[db`A]
[db`A]
[db`A]
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Notes
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Operation Menus, Chapter 5
Chapter 6 The Factory Menus
Navigating the Factory Menus
ç
CAUTION:
When navigating
thru the Factory
Menus, outputs will
be disabled.
˜
NOTE:
The Factory Menus
will not appear if the
hardware lockout
DIP is set to on.
See Chapter 1 for
more information.
˜
NOTE:
The Factory Menus
can only be entered
when the setup
prompt [`SEt] is
displayed.
To reach the Factory Menus, begin in the Display Loop and press the Uparrow > and Down-arrow < keys together and hold for three seconds.
The [`SEt] prompt will appear in the lower display. Press and hold the
Up-arrow > and Down-arrow < keys together again for three seconds
until the [Fcty] prompt appears in the lower display. The Factory Menus
will not appear if the hardware lockout DIP is set to on. (See Chapter 1 for
more information on DIP switch settings.) The two Factory Menus are
Diagnostics [diAg] and Calibration [`CAL]. Upon reaching the Factory
Menu prompt [Fcty] use the Up-arrow > or Down-arrow < key to
select a menu and the Mode key µ to step through a menu.
You will not see every prompt in any of these menus. The unit’s configuration and model number determine which prompts appear. After stepping
through each menu, the Series 982 returns to the Factory Menu prompt
[Fcty]. Use the Up-arrow > and Down-arrow < keys to select the next
menu, or use the Mode key µ to advance through the same menu again.
To move backwards through the menu hold down the Mode key µ and
press the Up-arrow key >. Use the Up-arrow > or Down-arrow <
key to change the prompt setting.
WATL W
NOTE:
Press the Display
key ∂ to return to
the Display Loop
from any point in
any menu.
PROCESS
L1
L2
DEV
L3
L4
DISPLAY
% OUT
❶ Press the Up-arrow > and Down-arrow < keys
together and hold until the [`SEt] prompt appears in
the lower display. Press and hold again until the
[Fcty] prompt appears in the lower display.
HOLD
RUN
MODE
SERIES 982
[diAg][`CAL]
[Fcty] [Fcty]
Diagnostics Calibration
Menu
Menu
p. 6.2
p. 6.7
Figure 6.1 Navigating the
Factory Menus.
WATL W
PROCESS
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
L3
L4
DISPLAY
❷ Use the Up-arrow key > to select one of the
Factory Menus.
HOLD
RUN
MODE
SERIES 982
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WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
6.1
Factory-Diagnostics
Reaching the Diagnostics
Menu
→
↑ µ
↓
µ
↓
WATL W
µ
PROCESS
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
L3
↓
µ
L4
↓
DISPLAY
HOLD
RUN
µ
↓
MODE
SERIES 982
µ
↓
❸ Select the Diagnostics Menu
[diag], then press the Mode key µ
to step through the prompts.
µ
↓
µ
↓
µ
[``no][`YES]
↓
[dISP] [dISP]
µ
↓
µ
↓
[`OFF][out1] … [out4]
[tout] [tout]
[tout]
µ
↓
µ
❹ Press the Up-arrow key > or the
Down-arrow key < to select one of
the prompt values.
↓
µ
↓
In the Diagnostics Menu only the values of [dISP] and [tout] can be
changed.
µ
↓
µ
↓
←µ
↑
[diAg] Diagnostics Menu
[FctY] Factory Menus
?
Enter your settings,
from the controller’s
upper display.
[dAtE] Factory Ship Date (page 6.3)
?
[SOFt] Software Revision
[Sn--]
[----] Serial Number
?
[AMb] Ambient Temperature
?
[Acnt] Ambient A/D Count
?
[`gnd] Ground A/D Count
?
[cnt1] Input 1 A/D Count (page 6.4)
?
[cnt2] Input 2 A/D Count
?
[itY1] Input 1 Module
?
[itY2] Input 2 Module
?
[OtY1] Output 1 Module (page 6.5)
?
[Oty2] Output 2 Module
?
[Oty3] Output 3 Module
?
[Oty4] Output 4 Module
?
[dISP] Test Displays
?
[tout] Test Outputs
Figure 6.2 The Diagnostics
Menu.
6.2
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Factory Menus, Chapter 6
Factory-Diagnostics
[DAte]
Factory Ship Date
Shows the date that the final factory control test was performed. The
first two digits represent the week as numbered from [01--] to [52--].
The second two digits represent the year [--94], [--95], etc…
[dAtE] This prompt always appears.
[sOft]
Software Revision
Shows the controller’s software revision code. This letter should match
the software revision code on the cover of the manual that came with your
controller; [```L] and W982-XUMN Rev L00.
[SOFt] This prompt always appears.
[Sn--]
Serial Number
Shows the controller’s serial number. The first two letters in the upper
display are to indicate that the controller is in serial number mode. The
right half of the upper display shows the first two digits of the serial number. The lower display shows the last four digits of the serial number.
[Sn34]
[5678]
This is what the controller with the serial number 0982345678 would display.
[Sn--] This prompt always appears.
Factory Menus, Chapter 6
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6.3
Factory-Diagnostics
[AMB]
Ambient Temperature
Shows the ambient temperature at the Input 1 terminals. The temperature is shown in °F in the form [00)0] regardless of the settings of
[deC1], [`dfL] or [`C_F].
[AMb] This prompt always appears.
[acnt]
[`gnd]
[cnt1]
[cnt2]
Factory Use Only
These prompts are used only at the factory.
[Acnt] [`gnd] [cnt1] [cnt2] These prompts always appear.
Inputs 1 and 2 Module Types
[ity1]
[ity2]
Displays which input module is installed in the controller. Please document this value before contacting the factory for technical assistance.
Input Types
• [none] No input module
• [``tc] Thermocouple only module
• [Curr] Current detect
• [SLid] Slidewire module
• [UOFF] Universal off
• [Urtd] Universal rtd
• [Utch] Universal high-gain thermocouple
• [UtcL] Universal low-gain thermocouple
• [UMu] Universal millivolts
• [UPrc] Universal process
• [`Ei2] Event input 2
[ity1] [ity2] These prompts always appear.
6.4
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Factory Menus, Chapter 6
Factory-Diagnostics
[Oty1]
[Oty2]
[Oty3]
[Oty4]
Outputs 1, 2, 3 and 4 Module Types
Displays which output module is installed in the controller. Please
document this value before contacting the factory for technical assistance.
Output Types
• [none] no output module
• [SSr1] 0.5A solid-state relay
• [SS1S] 0.5A solid-state relay with suppression
• [SSr2] 2.0A solid-state relay
• [SS2S] 2.0A solid-state relay with suppression
• [``dc] switched dc output
• [rLyc] form C relay
• [rLcS] form C relay with suppression
• [rLAb] relay A/B
• [rabs] relay A/B with suppression
• [Proc] process output
• [Uret] voltage/retransmit
• [Iret] current/retransmit
• [SpLy] power supply
• [`232] EIA/TIA-232 communications
• [`485] EIA/TIA-485 or EIA/TIA-422 communications
[Oty1] [Oty2] [Oty3] [Oty4] These prompts always appear.
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WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
6.5
Factory-Diagnostics
[dIsp]
Test Displays
Runs a brief test of the controller’s displays and LEDs. To run the
test, scroll through the Diagnostics Menu until [dIsp] is shown in the
lower display. Use the Up-arrow key > or Down-arrow key < to select
[`YES] from the upper display and press the mode key µ.
The controller will run pattern tests, blink all the LEDs on and off, and
end with the model number in both displays.
[dISP] This prompt always appears.
[tout]
Default
↓
[``no]
[`yes]
[dIsp]
[dIsp]
Test Outputs
This prompt tests each output. To run the test, scroll through the
Diagnostics Menu until [tout] is shown in the lower display. Use the Uparrow key > or Down-arrow key < to select an output [out1], [out2],
[out3], or [out4]. The LED for that output should light after a second or
two indicating that the output has been successfully energized. Do not
press the mode key µ to activate the test; it starts automatically when
anything other than [`OFF] is selected.
If any of the LEDs fail to light contact the factory.
[tout] This prompt always appears.
Default
↓
[`OFF] [out1]
[tout]
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[tout]
[out2]
[out3]
[out4]
[tout]
[tout]
[tout]
Factory Menus, Chapter 6
Factory-Calibration
Reaching the Calibration Menu
❶ Begin in the Display Loop, and press the
Up-arrow > and Down-arrow < key
simultaneously for six seconds until the
Setup Menu [`SEt], then the Factory
Menu [fcty] appears.
❷ Use the Up-arrow key > or Downarrow key < to step through the Factory
Menu to the Calibration Menu [`CAL].
[diAg][`CAL]
[Fcty] [Fcty]
Diagnostics Calibration
Menu
Menu
p. 6.2
p. 6.7
❸ Press the Mode key µ to step through
the prompts.
→
↑ µ
[`CAL] Calibration Menu
[FctY] Factory Menus
↓
?
µ
[A`50]
↓
?
µ
[A`00]
↓
?
µ
[``tc]
↓
?
µ
[A`OH]
↓
?
µ
[A`20]
↓
?
µ
[A`15]
↓
?
µ
[A380]
↓
?
µ
[A10U]
↓
?
[``no][`YES]
µ
[A`0U]
[`rSt] [`rSt]
↓
?
µ
[A20A]
↓
?
µ
[A`0A]
↓
?
µ
[A`0U]
↓
?
µ
❹ Press the Up-arrow key > or the Downarrow key < to select one of the prompt
values.
Refer to Calibrating Watlow Process
Controls for information about the
Calibration Menu.
ç
CAUTION:
Before attempting to calibrate, make sure you
have the proper equipment called for in each procedure. The Series 982 is calibrated and tested
before it leaves the factory. Attempting to calibrate the controller without the proper equipment
could result in damage to property and/or equipment.
Enter your settings,
from the controller’s
upper display.
?
→
µ
[1`4`]
↓
?
µ
[1`20]
↓
?
µ
[1`0`]
↓
?
µ
[1`10]
↓
?
µ
[2`4`]
↓
?
µ
[2`20]
↓
?
[A100]
µ
[2`0`]
↓
?
↓
?
µ
[2`10]
µ
[bu15]
↓
?
µ
[b380]
→
↓
?
µ
[3`LO]
↓
?
µ
[3`HI]
↓
?
µ
Figure 6.7 The Calibration Menu.
Factory Menus, Chapter 6
↓
←µ
↑
[`rSt] Restore
?
[`dFL] Default
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6.7
Factory-Calibration
[`rst]
Restore
Restores the original factory calibration values. This is a simple way
to recover from a mistake made while calibrating the controller.
[`rSt] This prompt always appears.
Default
↓
[``no] [`yes]
[`rSt]
[`dfl]
[`rSt]
Default
Set the operating parameter defaults to domestic or international
measures.
• [``US] (domestic) sets the controller to °F; rate in minutes; proportional
band in degrees or units; and reset in repeats per minute.
• [``SI] (international) sets the controller to °C; derivative in minutes;
proportional band in percent of span; and integral in minutes per repeat.
[`dFL] This prompt always appears.
6.8
Default
↓
[``US]
[``sI]
[`dFL]
[`dFL]
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Factory Menus, Chapter 6
Chapter 7 The Run Menu
How to Program and Run the Series 982
In this chapter, we define each parameter of the Program Menu. A
description of a few Series 982 features follows, along with a sample profile to experiment with programming the Series 982. You will quickly
grasp the necessary terms and concepts by programming and running
your profiles. Enter your profile values in the Master Step Chart at the
end of the chapter.
Program Menu
Create your ramp and soak profiles here in the Program menu. You have
the choice of up to four profiles with up to six steps each. Each step can
be programmed for one of five step types. Choose one step type per step.
Program Prompts
Entering the program menu: Push the Mode key until the OPEr prompt
appears. Use the Up or Down key to select Prog in the upper display.
Press the Mode key to enter the Program menu.
(Prog)
OPEr
( )
( )
Step (# to program)
StyP
( )
Step type
(StPt)
Figure 7.1 The Program Menu.
[File]
[StEP]
Programming, Chapter 7
File (# to program)
File
StEP
(Set point step)
(SoAH)
(Soak step)
(JL)
(Jump-loop step)
SP
( )
Set point step
Hour
( )
Hour
JF
( )
Jumpfile
Hour
( )
Hour
Min
( )
Minute
JS
( )
Jumpstart
Min
( )
Minute
Sec
( )
Second
JC
( )
Jumpcount
Sec
( )
Second
Ent3
( )
Event 3 Status
rAtE
( )
Rate in unit/minute
Ent4
( )
Event 4 Status
Ent3
( )
Event 3 Status
WE
( )
Waitfor event input
Ent4
( )
Event 4 Status
WPr
( )
Waitfor process value
(LFIL)
LFIL
( )
(Link file step)
File to link to
(End)
End
( )
(End step)
Select end type
File: Represents the profile to be edited or viewed.
Range:
1 to 4
Default:
1
Step: Represents the current step of the profile to be edited or viewed.
Range:
1 to 6
Default:
1 then automatic increment
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7.1
Program Menu
NOTE:
Decimal points may
not always be in the
position specified
depending on the
value of Decimal 1
in the Input Menu.
[StYP]
Step Type: Choose from five different step types. When selecting Step
1, you will not see the jump-loop (JL) or link file (LFiL) step type.
Range:
StPt, SoAh, JL, LFiL or End
Default:
End
[StPt]
Set Point Step (StPt) : The following parameters are associated
with the set point step.
[``SP]
Set Point: The temperature the system tries to achieve for this step. This
is done linearly, producing a ramp from a beginning set point to this end
set point.
Range:
rL1 to rH1
Default:
75°F/24°C or rL value if rL≥75°F/24°C or if rH≤75°F/24°C
[Hour]
Hour: The number of hours, plus the Min and SEC parameters equal the
total step time to achieve the temperature under the StPt step type.
Range:
0 to 99
Default:
0
Hidden if: PtYP = rAtE
[Min]
Minutes: The number of minutes plus the Hour and SEC parameters
equal the total step time to achieve the temperature under the StPt step
type.
Range:
0 to 59
Default:
0
Hidden if: PtYP = rAtE
[`SEC]
Seconds: The number of seconds plus the Hour and Min parameters
equal the total step time to achieve the temperature under the StPt step
type.
Range:
0 to 59
Default:
0
Hidden if: PtYP = rAtE
[rAte]
Rate: Represents the rate at which the set point changes in degrees per
minute. Decimal point location dependent on dEC1 (decimal 1) prompt.
Range:
0.0 to 360.0°F/0.0 to 200.0°C or 0.0 to 360.0 units
Default:
0.0
Hidden if: PtYP = ti
[Ent3]
Event 3: Selects whether Event 3 is on or off.
Range:
On or OFF
Default:
OFF
Hidden if: Hardware not present or Ot3 = AL3, AL3n or no
7.2
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Programming, Chapter 7
Program Menu
[Ent4]
[SoAH]
[Hour]
[Min]
[`SEC]
[Ent3]
[Ent4]
[`WE]
[WPr]
Programming, Chapter 7
Event 4: Selects whether Event 4 is on or off.
Range:
On or OFF
Default:
OFF
Hidden if: Hardware not present or Ot4 = AL4, AL4n or no
Soak: The following parameters are associated with the soak step.
Hour: The number of hours plus the Min and SEC parameters equal the
total step time at temperature under the SoAH step type.
Range:
0 to 99
Default:
0
Minutes: The number of minutes plus the Hour and SEC parameters
equal the total step time at temperature under the SoAH step type.
Range:
0 to 59
Default:
0
Seconds: The number of seconds plus the Hour and Min parameters
equal the total step time at temperature under the SoAH step type.
Range:
0 to 59
Default:
0
Event 3: Selects whether Event 3 is on or off. Only appears if Ot3 =
Ent3.
Range:
On or OFF
Default:
OFF
Hidden if: Hardware not present or Ot3 = AL3, AL3n or no
Event 4: Selects whether Event 4 is on or off. Only appears if Ot4 =
Ent4.
Range:
On or OFF
Default:
OFF
Hidden if: Hardware not present or Ot4 = AL4, AL4n or no
Waitfor Event Input: The program will wait at this step until the desired
status of the event is satisfied. Selecting dSbL disables this feature. See
Chapter 7.
Range:
dSbL, On or Off
Default:
dSbL
Hidden if: Ei1 and Ei2 not equal to WE
Waitfor process crossover value: The program will wait at this step
until the desired process value is reached. If gSd is greater than zero the
closest edge of the guaranteed soak band is the process crossover value.
Selecting dSbl disables this feature. If time also entered, countdown will
not begin until WPr has been satisfied. See Chapter 7.
Range:
dSbl, rL1 to rH1
Default:
dSbL
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7.3
Program Menu
[``JL]
[``JF]
[``JS]
[``JC]
[LFiL]
[LFiL]
[`End]
[`End]
7.4
Jump-loop Step (JL) : The following parameters are associated with
the jump-loop step. When StEP = 1, JL will not appear.
Jump File: Jumps to the selected file and step (see Jump Step, below),
when the jump file value is not equal to current file. If the jump file value
equals the current file, only steps less than the current program step are
valid selections for a jump step. Changing the jump file value defaults the
jump step to 1. This is a zero-time step.
Range:
1 to 4
Default:
current file
Jump Step: Jumps backwards to any step in your file, if the jump file
value equals the current file (see Jump File, above). Otherwise you can
jump to any valid step number. This is a zero-time step.
Range:
1 to 6
Default:
1
Jump Count: The number of times the Series 981/982 jumps to the
step specified by the JS (jump step) parameter. 0 = infinite number of
jumps.
Range:
0 to 255
Default:
0
Link File (LFiL): The following parameter is associated with the
link file step. When StEP = 1, LFiL will not appear.
Link File: Selects the file to link to. This is a zero-time step. It will not
be shown in the run menu. The control advances to the first step of the
file to be linked to.
Range:
1 to 4
Default:
1
End Step (End) : The following parameter is associated with the
end step.
End: Selects the state of the control and auxiliary outputs when a profile
is ended. When HoLd is selected, the control and auxiliary outputs are
enabled and maintain the same state as in the last set point and/or soak
step before the End step was encountered. When selected as OFF, the
control and auxiliary outputs will be disabled and OFF is shown in the
lower display.
Range:
HoLd or OFF
Default:
HoLd
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Programming, Chapter 7
Run Menu
Running a Series 982 Profile
You can run your Series 981/982 profile from anywhere except the Setup
menus or Factory menus or when the control is auto-tuning. Press the
Hold/Run key once. The RUN LED begins flashing, and the lower display
flashes FiLE and asks what FiLE is to be run. Use the Up or Down keys
to select the file number in the upper display, choices are 1, 2, 3, or 4.
Press the Mode key and the lower display flashes StEP and asks what
StEP is to be run. Use the Up or Down keys to select the StEP number in
the upper display, choices are 1 through 6. Press the Hold/Run key once
again, your profile begins, and the RUN LED is lit. If you decide not to
run a profile, press the Display key to exit the Pre-Run menu.
If the none of the keys are pressed within 1 minute, the RUN function will
abort. While the profile is Running, you can only view the RUN menu.
Press the Mode key to advance you through the RUN menu. For more
information on the RUN menu see Chapter 7.
Resume a Profile
To resume a halted profile, press the Hold/Run key once. Press the Mode
key to advance to the rESU parameter. The lower display will show rESU
and the upper display will show the file and step number that will be
resumed (file-step). Press the Hold/Run key again, the profile resumes,
and the RUN LED is lit. You can only resume at the exact step you left
off on. If you halt a running profile and make changes, you cannot
resume the profile. The rESU parameter only appears when a running
profile is halted.
To Run your profile... Press the Hold/Run key twice.
To Stop a running profile... Press the Hold/Run key once.
To Resume a halted profile... Press the Hold/Run key, press the Mode
key to advance to the rESU parameter, and press the Hold/Run key.
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7.5
Run Menu
Pre-Run and Run Menus
The Pre-Run and Run menus are only visible when in the Pre-Run or Run
mode. The Pre-Run mode is defined as the mode during which the file
and step number of the program to run is selected and consists of the
FiLE, StEP and rESU prompts. The FiLE and StEP prompts are also visible in the Run menu showing the current file and step number. The
remaining prompts in the Run menu show the status of the process, the
program being run and the auxiliary outputs. The Display key functions
in the Run mode as it does in the Hold mode. The Display key will return
the display to the process/current set point display and can be used to
display pertinent information about the process.
HOLD
RUN
File
( )
File (# to run)
StEP
( )
Step (# to start at)
rESU
( )
Resume (File# - Step#)
HOLD
RUN
DISPLAY
(Proc) (CSP)
Process and
Current set point
End set point
EnSP
( )
Hour
( )
Hours remaining
Min
( )
Minutes remaining
Sec
( )
Seconds remaining
rAtE
( )
Ramp rate in minutes
WE
( )
Waitfor event input
WPr
( )
Waitfor process value
Ent3
( )
Event 3 Status
Ent4
( )
Event 4 Status
EJC
( )
Elasped jump count
MODE
Figure 7.6 The Pre-Run and
Run Menus.
Pr2
( )
Process
Input 2
(Deviation)
Deviation
(% Out)
Percent
output
(Units)
Event Outputs
One of the features of the Series 981/982 is its capability for two event
outputs. An “event output” is simply a pre-programmed ON/OFF event
per profile step. The event may turn any number of peripheral devices
ON or OFF to assist you in controlling your process, system or environment.
For instance, in an environmental chamber, you might wish to circulate
air at a given time in your profile for one or more steps. You might want
to turn lights on or off, or signals, or lock out your humidifier, or you
could activate a video recorder.
The event output prompts, Ent3 and Ent4, are not visible under the
Operation menu unless your unit has outputs 3 and 4 and you setup Ot3
and Ot4 as events.
7.6
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Programming, Chapter 7
units, C˚,F˚, etc.
Events
To select outputs 3 and 4 as events, enter the Setup menu by pressing
the Up/Down keys simultaneously for 3 seconds. The SEt parameter
appears in the lower display. Press the Up or Down key until OtPt is
shown in the upper display. Press the Mode key until you reach the Ot3
parameter. The default for Ot3 is AL3 (alarm 3). Change the value to
Ent3 (event 3) if it hasn’t already been done. Press the Mode key to continue on to the Ot4 parameter. Do the same for this parameter also.
Press the Display key to exit the Setup menu.
If you return to the System menu, Ent3 and Ent4 are visible, and can be
turned on or off from here. Ent3 and Ent4 can also be viewed under the
StPt (Set Point) and SoAH (Soak) parameters in the Program Menu. Select
the correct jumper for contact closed with event ON (NO) or contact
open with event ON (NC).
See Chapter 8.
Guaranteed Soak Deviation
The Series 981/982 Guaranteed Soak Deviation (gSd) feature insures that
the actual temperature tracks a programmed profile within a window
around set point. See the example below. If the deviation is exceeded,
the time clock stops and the lower display alternately flashes gSd and the
current parameter until the process variable returns within the window.
Programmed in degrees or units, gSd is located in the Setup-gLbL menu.
Entering a value of (0) disables the Guaranteed Soak Deviation function.
Entering a value greater than zero sets up a plus and minus deviation
about set point.
Jump-loops
Set Point
Figure 7.7 Guaranteed Soak
Deviation Window
around Set Point.
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7.7
Sample Program
The Series 981/982 can only jump backwards within the same profile if
JF equals the current program profile. A jump forces you to a step
already performed. The Jump Step (JS) must be less than the current
step. You cannot jump-loop to the step that you are on.
Example:
Step
Step
Step
Step
Step
Step
1
2
3
4
5
6
StPt Step
StPt Step
Soak Step
StPt Step
Jump-loop
End
JS - 2
JC - 1
In this example the program will execute steps 2 through 4 a total of 2
times. This includes the initial pass and the pass associated with the
Jump Count of 1 (JC - 1). Following the second pass the End step (Step
6) will be executed and the program will end.
Your Jump Count (JC) can be anything from 0 to 255. If you enter 0,
this will be an infinite loop and never progresses to Step 6.
When Jump File is not set to the current program step, the profile may
jump to any step of another file. In this example Jump File enables the
profile to jump between two files.
Programming a Ramping Profile
Step: 1➝2➝3➝4 5 6 1 2 3➝4➝5 6 1 2➝3➝4 5 6 1 2 3➝4➝5 6 1 2➝3➝4➝5➝6 1 2 3 4 5 6
JF:
2
1
2
1
2
1
JS:
3
2
3
2
3
2
JC:
2
2
2
2
2
2
file 1
file 2
first pass
file 1
file 2
second pass
file 1
file 2
last pass
Figure 7.8 Using Jump File.
This is a sample program. Depending on your application and parameter
settings, your system may not respond like this.
Our first step in programming is to make a short ramp and soak profile.
Step 1 initializes the set point to a known starting point for the ramp,
Step 2 is a short ramp, and Step 3 is a soak step, which holds the programmed set point constant for the programmed time. Step 4 is an end
step signaling the end of the profile.
1. Enter the Operation menu by pressing the Mode key until OPEr
appears in the lower display. Use the Up or Down key to select Prog in
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Sample Program
the upper display. Press the Mode key to enter the Program menu.
2. The Series 981/982 asks you for a FiLE. The upper display reads 1.
Press the Mode key to select file 1.
3. The Series 981/982 asks you for a StEP. The upper display reads 1.
4. Press the Mode key to select step 1 and you are asked for a step type
(StyP). The default is End. Use the Up or Down key to select StPt (set
point).
5. Use Table 7.9 to enter the corresponding parameters and values. The
parameters appear from left to right on the table. Remember that the
Mode key is used to progress through the menu, and the Up and Down
keys are used to select parameters and values.
NOTE: If auxiliary outputs are not present or Ot3 and Ot4 are selected
as alarms, the Ent3 and Ent4 parameters will not appear in the program
Step #
StyP
Set Point
(Step Type)
1
2
3
4
StPt
StPt
SOAH
End
75
100
---
Hour
Min
SEC
Ent3
Ent4
WE
WPr
End
0
0
0
--
0
0
0
--
1
25
25
--
OFF
On
ON
--
OFF
OFF
OFF
--
--dSbl
--
--dSbL
--
---OFF
menu. If Event Input 1 or 2 is not selected as a waitfor event, the WE
Table 7.9 Sample Program.
parameter will not appear in the program menu.
Running Your Profile
150
125
Temperature
(°F)
Figure 7.9 Ramp and Soak
Profile.
Step 4:
Step 2:
an end step,
set point to off
ramps from
75° to 100°F
100
Step 3:
75
Step 1:
50
initializes
set point
at 75°F
a soak step,
holds set point
at 100°F
0
0
5
10
15
20
25 30
Time
35
40
45
50
(seconds)
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7.9
Sample Program
1. Start your profile by pressing the Hold/Run key. You can be at any
point except in the Setup or Factory menus or with the control in the
auto-tune mode.
2. The Run LED begins flashing. The upper display shows the file number
to be run and the bottom display shows the FiLE parameter.
3. Press the Mode key, the upper display shows the step number to be
run and the bottom display shows the StEP parameter.
4. Press the Hold/Run key again. (If not pressed within approximately 1
minute, the Run procedure will abort.) The profile starts running.
The Run LED is continually lit. The upper display shows the process
value, and the lower display shows the current set point.
You may step through the Run menu parameters with the Mode key while
the profile is running. The Run menu will show the file number, step
number, the step type and what the parameters are set to. At any time
you may press the Hold/Run key to stop the profile. To resume running
the profile where it was stopped, press the Hold/Run key once; the Run
LED begins flashing. Now, press the Mode key to advance to the rESU
parameter; once again, press the Hold/Run key. After the profile has
ended the Run LED is off and the lower display reads OFF. This means
the End step was selected as OFF, disabling all outputs.
Editing Your Profile
Now let’s try editing the profile by expanding it with another ramp step,
adding a jump-loop and allowing the program to end in a Hold mode. It
is possible to expand the number of steps in a file to 7 if the final step
can be an End-Hold step. We’ll jump to Step 2 and repeat Steps 2
through 5 two more times. This is accomplished by programming a Jump
Step (JS) = 2 and Jump Count (JC) = 2. This means that once the Series
981/982 goes through the profile and reaches Step 6 it jumps back to
Step 2 and repeats the profile two more times (Steps 2 - 5). The program
then ends and holds the set point and event status of the last step of the
profile prior to ending the program.
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Sample Program
By this time you should understand the basic concept of the Series
981/982 and be able to get around on your own. Remember that the
Mode key takes you through the menus and the Up/Down keys select
parameters and values.
1. Return to the Program menu by selecting Prog at the OPEr prompt.
Press the Mode key.
2. Press the Mode key again and select 4 when StEP appears. We are
going to change this step type from an End step to a Set Point step.
This is our second ramp. Use Table 7.11 to enter values into the corresponding parameters.
3. Once you have edited your profile, run it again and watch its progress.
Step #
4
5
6
StyP Set Point Hour
(Step Type)
StPt
SoAH
JL
125
—
—
0
0
—
Min
SEC
Ent3
Ent4
WE
WPr
JF
JS
JC
0
0
—
25
25
—
OFF
On
—
On
OFF
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1
—
—
2
—
—
2
Table 7.11 Editing your Profile.
Step 5:
150
Step 4:
125
Temperature
100
Step 2:
ramps from
75° to 100°F
Step 3:
(°F)
a soak step,
holds set
point
75
50
ramps from
100° to
a soak step,
holds set
point
Step 5
St
ep
Step 6:
2
Step 3
4
tep
Step 5
St
ep
S
Step 6:
2
Step 3
S
4
tep
hold mode at
125°F set point
jumps to Step 2
and repeats
program a second time
jumps to Step 2
and repeats
program a first time
Step 1:
initializes
set point
at 75°F
0
25
50
75
100
125
150
175
200
225
250
275
300
Time
(seconds
Figure 7.11 Ramp/Soak with
Jump-loop.
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7.11
Sample Program
Linking Profiles
The Series 981/982 enables you to link files together. The Link step
allows you to link any step other than the first step of a profile to the first
step of another profile.
Let’s edit the profile again by adding a Link step to the end of File 1 in
place of the Jump-loop step. But first lets create another profile by programming profile 2. Follow Table 7.12 to add a Link step to File 1 to link
it to File 2.
Run your program again beginning with File 1. Step through the
Run menu by using the Mode key. See what happens at the end of
File 1.
File #
Step #
StyP
(Step Type)
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
LFiL
StPt
SoAH
StPt
SoAH
StPt
End
Set
Point
—
175
—
100
—
75
—
Hour
Min
SEC
Ent3
Ent4
WE
WPr
LFIL
End
—
0
0
0
0
0
—
—
0
0
0
0
0
—
—
25
25
25
25
25
—
—
On
On
On
On
OFF
—
—
On
On
OFF
OFF
OFF
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
dSbL
—
dSbL
—
—
2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Hold
Table 7.12 Linking Profiles.
File 2, Step 1:
175
ramps from
125° to 175°F
Step 2:
a soak step,
holds set point
at 175°F
150
Temperature
(°F)
125
Step 4:
File 1,Step 5:
Step 3:
soak step
at 125°F
ramps from
175° to 100°F
100
a soak step,
holds set point
at 100°F
75
Step 5:
ramps from
100°F to 75°F
Step 6:
end program
and hold set point
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60 70
Time
80
90
100 110
125
(seconds)
Figure 7.12 Linking Profiles.
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Sample Program
The Waitfor Functions of the Soak Step
In the previous profiles we have used the Soak step but have not used the
waitfor function for this step. There are two waitfor functions. The first
being the wait for event (WE). If selected as On or OFF the Series
981/982 will wait, the program clock will stop and the profile will be held,
until the appropriate action is seen at the event input terminals, closed
for ON and open for OFF. If the [WE] parameter is set to disable (dSbL)
the function will be ignored. The second waitfor function is wait for
process crossover value (WPr). If a value is entered under this prompt the
profile will wait at this step until the desired process value is reached.
Both waitfor functions (if enabled) must be satisfied before the time
entered in the SoAH step is decremented.
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Master Step Chart
Step #
Step Type
File #
Make photocopies, keep original clean.
Set Point
Time
Events
Values
On
StPt
SP
SoAH
JL
LFiL
End
Step #
Step Type
Hour
rAtE
Hour
SEC
Ent3
Ent4
Min
SEC
Ent3
Ent4
JF
Set Point
SP
SoAH
JL
LFiL
End
Step #
Step Type
Time
Events
Hour
rAtE
Hour
SP
SoAH
JL
LFiL
End
Step #
Step Type
SEC
Ent3
Ent4
Min
SEC
Ent3
Ent4
Time
Hour
rAtE
Hour
Events
SP
SoAH
JL
LFiL
End
Step #
Step Type
Hour
rAtE
Hour
SEC
Ent3
Ent4
Min
SEC
Ent3
Ent4
Events
SEC
Ent3
Ent4
Min
SEC
Ent3
Ent4
Events
SP
SoAH
JL
LFiL
End
Step #
Step Type
Hour
rAtE
Hour
SEC
Ent3
Ent4
Min
SEC
Ent3
Ent4
Time
SP
SoAH
JL
LFiL
End
Hour
rAtE
Hour
Events
WE
JS
LFiL
End
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WPr
JC
Values
Off
On Off
Min
SEC
Ent3
Ent4
Min
SEC
Ent3
Ent4
JF
WE
JS
LFiL
End
Table 7.14 - Master Step Chart.
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WPr
JC
On Off
Min
On
StPt
Off
JF
Set Point
WE
JS
LFiL
End
Values
On
StPt
WPr
JC
On Off
Min
Time
WE
JS
LFiL
End
Values
Off
JF
Set Point
WPr
JC
On Off
Min
Time
WE
JS
LFiL
End
Values
Off
JF
Set Point
WPr
JC
On Off
Min
On
StPt
Off
JF
Set Point
WE
JS
LFiL
End
Values
On
StPt
On Off
Min
On
StPt
Off
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WPr
JC
Chapter 8 Operation, Tuning, Alarms
and Error Codes
Auto-tuning (Heat and/or Cool)
The Series 981/982 can automatically tune the PID parameters to fit the characteristics of your particular thermal system.
Before beginning the auto-tune sequence, make sure the AtSP parameter
located in the Global menu is at the proper setting. This allows the user to
select the tuning set point as a percentage of the current control set point. See
Chapter 4 for more information on this parameter. The figure below uses the
90% default setting to define the auto-tuning process.
Once the auto-tune sequence has begun, the Output 1 and Output 2 proportional band is set to 0 and the control goes into an ON/OFF mode of control at
the set point percentage determined by the AtSP parameter. The displayed set
point remains unchanged.
Once the control finishes “learning” the system, it returns to a standard PID
control with the PID values automatically set as a result of auto-tuning. Any
change in the set point while in auto-tune re-initiates the auto-tune procedure.
Auto-tuning at a Set Point of 200°F
Auto-tune
Begins
Auto-tune
Complete
Set Point
200
°Temp
180
Process
100
Figure 8.1 Auto-tuning
Example.
90% of
Set Point
(AtSP Default Setting)
Time
Once auto-tune has begun, the process must cross the auto-tune set point
four times within an 80 minute time span for the 981/982 to successfully
complete auto-tune. If this does not happen within the 80 minute time limit,
the Series 981/982 chooses PID values based on the 80 minute tuning cycle
performed.
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8.1
Tuning
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NOTE:
You cannot access
the AUt prompt
while the controller
is in run mode.
To start auto-tuning:
1. Press the Mode key until the AUt prompt appears in the lower display.
2. Use the Up/Down key to select Pid in the upper display.
3. Press the Display key. While the control is in the tuning mode, the
lower display alternately displays the normal information and the tunE
prompt. The time between alternations is 1 second.
4. When tuning is complete, the displays return to their previous state
and AUt reverts to OFF. The 981/982 installs appropriate PID tuning
parameters and saves them in non-volatile memory.
To abort auto-tuning either reset the AUt prompt to OFF, or cycle power
off and on. In all cases, aborting auto-tune restores all values to those previous to auto-tuning.
Manual Tuning
ç
CAUTION:
If a mechanical
relay or contactor is
switching power to
the load, a longer
cycle time may be
desirable to minimize wear on the
mechanical components. Typical life of
a mechanical relay
is 100,000 cycles.
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For optimum control performance, tune the Series 981/982 to your thermal system. The tuning settings here are for a broad spectrum of applications; your system may have somewhat different requirements. NOTE:
This is a slow procedure, taking from minutes to hours to obtain optimum
values.
NOTE:
Tune heating outputs at a set point above ambient process value.
Tune cooling outputs at a set point below ambient process value.
NOTE:
1. Apply power to the Series 981/982 and enter a set point. Begin with
these Operation parameters: Pb = 1, rE/It = 0.00, rA/dE = 0.00, Ct =
5.0,
AUT = OFF.
2. Proportional Band Adjustment: Gradually increase Pb until the
upper display process value stabilizes at a constant value. The process
value will not be right on set point because the initial reset value is 0.00
repeats per minute. (When Pb = 0, rE/It, rA/dE and cycle time are
inoperative, the 981/982 functions as a simple ON/OFF control.) The
HYS prompt determines the switching differential value.
3. Reset/Integral Adjustment: Gradually increase rE, or decrease It until
the upper display process value begins to oscillate or “hunt.” Then slowly
decrease rE or increase It until the upper display stabilizes again near
set point.
4. Cycle Time Adjustment: Set Ct as required. Faster cycle times sometimes achieve the best system control. See Chapter 9, “Burst Firing,” for
more information. However, if a mechanical contactor or solenoid is
switching power to the load, a longer cycle time may be desirable to
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Tuning/Operation
minimize wear on the mechanical components. Experiment until the cycle
time is consistent with the quality of control you want. Ct will not appear
on units with a process output (Option “F”) or if Pb = 0.
5. Rate/Derivative Adjustment: Increase rA/dE to 1.00 minute. Then raise set
point by 20° to 30°F, or 11° to 17°C. Observe the system’s approach to set
point. If the load process value overshoots set point, increase rA/dE to 2.00
minutes.
Raise the set point by 20° to 30°F, or 11° to 17°C and watch the approach
to the new set point. If you increase rA/dE too much, approach to set point
is very sluggish. Repeat as necessary until the system rises to the new set
point without overshooting or approaching the set point too slowly.
6. Calibration Offset Adjustment: You may want your system to control to a
process value other than the value coming from the input sensor. If so,
measure the difference between that process value (perhaps at another
point in the system) and the process value showing in the upper display.
Then enter the CAL offset value you want. Calibration offset adds or subtracts degrees from the value of the input signal.
Changing the Output 3 Jumper
If you have model number 98_ C-_ _ _ _- J _ _ _, Output 3 can be configured
as a Form A (NO and common contact) or Form B (NC and common contact)
output. To change the output jumper:
Jumper
NO
NC
Position (normally open) (normally closed)
Event on
contacts close
contacts open
Event off
contacts open
contacts close
Figure 8.3 Output 3 Jumper
Location.
Control Chassis - Top View
1. Remove the control from the case. Release the two tabs on one side of the
control, then release the two tabs on the opposite side. You may need to
rock the bezel back and forth several times to release the chassis.
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8.3
Alarms
2. Set the jumper to the position you want. See below for jumper location.
3. Return the control chassis to the case. Be sure you have it oriented correctly. Press firmly, but gently, to seat the chassis.
When you select Form A, the contact is open when power is removed
from the control. When selecting Form B, the contact closes when
power is removed.
Using Alarms
Output 2, 3, and/or 4 of the Series 981/982 can be selected as alarms.
This is accomplished in the Output (OtPt) menu under the Ot2, Ot3, or
Ot4 prompt. If ALX is selected, the output is energized in the non-alarm
condition and de-energizes the output in the alarm condition. Selecting
ALXn reverses this action; the output is then de-energized in the nonalarm condition and energized in an alarm condition.
If the L2, L3 or L4 LED on the front panel is lit, this indicates an alarm
condition for Output 2, 3 or 4 respectively.
Once you’ve configured the outputs as alarms, enter the OtPt menu again
and select the AL2, AL3 and/or AL4 prompt respectively. These prompts
select the type of alarm, process, deviation or rate. Each may be independently set low and high. Choose between process alarm input 1 (Pr1), deviation alarm input 1 (dE1), or rate (rAtE) alarm referenced to Input 1.
A process alarm sets an absolute temperature. When the process exceeds
that absolute temperature limit an alarm occurs. A process alarm is independent from set point.
Example: If your set point is 100°F and a process alarm is set at 150°F as
the high alarm, and 50°F as the low limit, the high limit trips at 150°F,
and the low alarm at 50°F. If you change the set point, the process alarm
limits remain the same.
A deviation alarm alerts the operator when the process strays too far
Jumper
Position
NO
(normally open)
NC
(normally closed)
˜
In Alarm Condition
NOTE:
An X applies to
Alarm 2, 3 and/or 4.
OtX = ALX
contacts open
contacts closed
OtX = ALXn
contacts closed
contacts open
OtX = ALX
contacts closed
contacts open
OtX = ALXn
contacts open
contacts closed
In Non-alarm Condition
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Alarms
from set point. The operator can enter independent high and low alarm settings. The reference for the deviation alarm is the set point. Any change in set
point causes a corresponding shift in the deviation alarm. Low alarms are set
at a negative deviation while high alarms are a positive deviation.
˜
NOTE:
An X applies to
Alarm 2, 3 or 4.
˜
NOTE:
An alarm display
will be masked by
an error condition
or when the controller is in the
Calibration or
Setup menus.
Example: If your set point is 100°F and a deviation alarm is set at +7°F as the
high limit, and -5°F as the low limit, the high alarm trips at 107°F, and the
low alarm at 95°F. If you change the set point to 130°F, the alarms follow the
set point and trip at 137°F and 125°F.
A rate alarm alerts the operator when the process monitored by Input 1 is
increasing at a rate higher than that set by AXHI or decreasing at a rate lower
than that set by AXLO. The rate is sampled once a second.
Alarms can be latching or non-latching. When the alarm condition is removed,
a non-latching alarm automatically clears the alarm output and alarm message, if one is present. You must manually clear a latching alarm before it will
disappear.
An alarm is indicated by the corresponding LED on the front panel, L2, L3 or
L4. There may be an alarm message flashing in the lower display, but if the
Anun prompt is set to OFF (located in the Global menu), no alarm message is
displayed. When an alarm message is displayed, it alternately flashes with the
current prompt at a 1 second interval in the lower display.
To clear a latching alarm, first correct the condition then press the Hold/Run
key once.
Alarm silencing is available with all alarms. This function overrides the
alarm on initial power up. On power up, the alarm message is masked and the
appropriate L2, L3 or L4 LED and output reflect a non-alarm condition. The
silencing is active until the process has entered the safe region located
between the low and high alarm settings. Any future deviation outside this
safe region triggers an alarm. If an alarm occurs at this point, the output can
be silenced by pressing the Hold/Run key once, but the alarm message is still
displayed.
Error Code E1 and E2 Messages
˜
NOTE:
An X applies to
input 1 or 2.
Four dashes, “- - - -”, in the upper display indicate a Series 981/982 error.
The lower display will indicate the error code. The controller will be in the
Hold mode with both control outputs off. The alarm outputs will be in their
alarm state and the associated LED lit.
EX 1: A/D underflow error
The Input X A/D circuit is underrange. An open or reversed polarity sensor is
the most likely cause. Check the sensor; if the connection is good, and functions properly, call the factory. Make sure the InX prompt matches your sensor.
EX 2: Sensor underrange error
The Input X sensor generated a value lower than that allowed for the range of
the sensor, or the A/D circuitry malfunctioned. Enter a valid input. The A/D
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8.5
Error Codes
˜
NOTE:
An alarm display
will be masked by
an error condition
or when the controller is in the
Calibration or
Setup menus.
value is below the range limits, but within the A/D conversion limits.
Make sure the InX prompt matches your sensor.
EX 3: Sensor overrange error
The Input X sensor generated a value higher than that allowed for the
range of the sensor, or the A/D circuitry malfunctioned. Enter a valid
input. The A/D value is above the range limits, but within the A/D conversion limits. Make sure the InX prompt matches your sensor.
ER3: Ambient Error
Ambient temperature has gone below 0°C/32°F or above 65°C/149°F.
Refer to the restore prompt in the Calibration Menu (Chapter 6).
EX 4: A/D overflow error
The Input X A/D circuit is overrange. An open or reversed polarity sensor
is the most likely cause. Check the sensor; if the connection is good, and
functions properly, call the factory. The A/D input voltage is too high to
convert an A/D signal. Make sure the InX prompt matches your sensor.
Er4: RAM verification error
Displayed when an internal RAM failure has occurred. Contact the factory.
Er5: Non-volatile checksum error
Displayed when an EEPROM checksum error has been detected. This
error will reset all parameters to the factory defaults. Turn the power off
then back on again. If the error has not cleared, contact the factory.
˜
NOTE:
An X applies to
Input 1 or 2.
Er9: Configuration error
An incorrect module has been installed in the control. Contact the factory.
Error Code Actions
• To clear error codes EX1, EX2, EX3, or EX4:
• If Err = nLA, the error code should clear once the problem is corrected.
• If Err = LAt, correct the problem and cycle power. You can also clear
the error by pressing the Up/Down keys to enter the Setup menu,
then press the Display key.
• Error codes Er4, Er5, or Er9 will result in these conditions:
• The control is in Hold mode with both control outputs OFF.
• The alarm outputs are in their alarm state (de-energized with the LED
lit).
• The lower display indicates the error code.
• The upper display indicates “_ _ _ _”.
• All keys are inactive.
• With Er5, all prompts return to default values.
Cycle power to the control. If the error is still present contact the factory.
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Tuning, Alarms and Error Codes, Chapter 8
Chapter 9 Software
Burst Fire
Communications
Dead Band
Digital Event
Input Filter
Retransmit
Slidewire Feedback
Software Features, Chapter 9
9.2
9.4
9.6
9.8
9.10
9.12
9.14
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9.1
Software
Burst Fire
Overview
Variable, time-base burst firing from the Series 982 provides the most
even distribution of power with the lowest level of noise generation (RFI).
An SSR or SCR firing card translates a command signal into a burst of AC
cycles. The output is zero-cross fired, which always allows at least one full
AC cycle to pass within the variable time base. Burst firing is the preferred
mode to control resistive loads.
The Series 982 detects when the AC sine wave of the load will cross the 0volt point. It uses this information to switch the load ON or OFF only at a
0-volt point, minimizing RFI.
ç
CAUTION:
This feature only
works with zerocross solid-state
devices. It will not
function correctly
with random-fire
devices.
ç
CAUTION:
In single-phase
applications the
controller should
be on the same
phase as load.
The burst fire time base in the Series 982 varies from a maximum 1.66second time base (1-percent output; 1 cycle ON, 99 OFF) down to a 33.3millisecond time base (50-percent output; 1 cycle ON, 1 OFF). The graphs
on the next page show how the time base varies with the percent output.
Requirements
• This feature only works with zero-cross solid-state devices. It will not
function correctly with random-fire devices.
• To enable burst fire the Series 982 must have an open collector or solidstate relay output: controllers with option “B,” “C” or “K” selected for
output 1 (98_C-__*_-____), output 2 (98_C-___*-____), output 3 (98_C____-*___) or output 4 (98_C-____-_*__).
• In single-phase applications the controller should be on the same phase
as load.
• The time burst is appropriate for fast loads or very tight control. It provides advantages only for PID control, not for ON/OFF control.
• The short time bases used by burst fire makes it incompatible with the
heater current feature. The heater current option requires a minimum
of 300 milliseconds ON time to get a reading.
• The Series 982 has built in zero-cross detection circuitry, eliminating
the need for external firing circuitry to trigger SCR’s. The controller will
not allow burst fire to be selected if its zero-cross detection circuitry is
not functioning.
• The feature is enabled by selecting burst fire [brSt] at the cycle time
prompt for the appropriate output in the PID Menu — [Ct1A], [Ct1b],
[Ct2A] or [Ct2b].
• Only the 982 and 981 can use the burst fire feature. The low-voltage
units (984 and 983) cannot use burst firing.
9.2
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Software Features, Chapter 9
Software
100% output
66% output
10 ON, 0 OFF
2 ON, 1 OFF
50% output
10% output
1 ON, 1 OFF
1 ON, 9 OFF
Figure 9.3a - Sine
waves of burst
fire settings.
S e mic onduc t or O v e n
TL
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input 1
PROCESS
L1
L2
DEV
L3
L4
output 1
QPAC
with
QCD
input
limit
limit
sensor
temperature
sensor
DISPLAY
% OUT
HOLD
RUN
heated platen
MODE
SERIES 982
Figure 9.3b Semiconductor
oven with burst
fire.
Software Features, Chapter 9
Sample Application
A Series 982 controls a heated platen in a semiconductor oven. Previously
it used a power control requiring a 4-20mA signal to implement burst-fire
control. We have replaced the power control with a Watlow Loyola QPAC
with a QCD card that accepts a signal directly from an open-collector output of the Series 982. This gives smooth control at a lower overall system
cost.
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
9.3
Software
Communications
Overview
The serial communications feature allows the Series 982 family to receive
commands from and transmit data to a master device, usually a computer. Any function that can be performed via the front panel, can also be
accomplished using a serial communications port, allowing you to operate
the controller from a computer and to store process data on a computer.
The Series 982 is available with a choice of serial hardware interfaces. An
EIA-232 interface allows for one master (computer) and one controller,
with a maximum network length of 50 feet (15 meters).
The EIA-485/EIA-422 option equips the controller for a multi-drop interface: up to 32 total network devices with EIA-485 and up to 10 total network devices with EIA-422. Each controller will have its own unique
address. The total maximum network length is 4,000 feet (1,219 meters).
All interfaces are isolated.
To select between EIA-485 or EIA-422, enter the Setup Menus by holding
the up-arrow > and down-arrow < keys simultaneously until setup
[`SEt] appears in the bottom display. Use the up-arrow key to select the
Communications Menu [COM]. At the interface prompt [IntF] select
between [`422] or [`485].
Other parameters that must be configured in the Communications Menu
[COM] are the baud rate [bAUd], data bits and parity [dAtA], protocol
[Prot], and device address [Addr]. The protocol prompt must be set to
full (ANSI X3.28 2.2-A3) if multiple devices are used with the EIA-485 or
EIA-422 interface. If the full protocol is selected, a device address must be
selected at the address prompt. For EIA-232, full [FULL] or on [``On]
(XON/XOFF) protocol may be selected.
Requirements
Choose which interface your application will use: EIA-232 serial communications (98_C-____-_R__), or EIA-485/EIA-422 serial communications
(98_C-____-_S__), or EIA-232/EIA-485 serial communications (98_C-_____U__. The computer must have a compatible serial port or an appropriate
converter must be used.
9.4
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Software Features, Chapter 9
Software
Te s t
Cha mbe r 1
WATL
Te s t
Cha mbe r 2
W
WATL
PROCESS
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
L3
Te s t
Cha mbe r 3
W
WATL
PROCESS
L4
DISPLAY
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
HOLD
RUN
output 4
W
WATL
PROCESS
L4
DISPLAY
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
HOLD
RUN
MODE
SERIES 982
L3
Te s t
Cha mbe r 4
output 4
W
WATL
PROCESS
L4
DISPLAY
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
HOLD
RUN
MODE
SERIES 982
L3
Te s t
Cha mbe r 5
output 4
W
PROCESS
L4
DISPLAY
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
HOLD
RUN
MODE
SERIES 982
L3
output 4
L4
DISPLAY
HOLD
RUN
MODE
SERIES 982
L3
MODE
SERIES 982
output 4
personal
computer
with EIA-422 port
Figure 9.5 - Test
chambers with
communications.
Software Features, Chapter 9
Sample Application
A test engineer uses Series 982s to control the temperatures of several
automated test chambers. His computer is linked to the controllers
through its EIA-422 serial communications port. His computer program
monitors the temperatures of the chambers and initiates automatic test
sequences when certain program parameters are met. After completing a
sequence, the computer loads the next temperature profile to the controller. The computer periodically interrogates each controller for its
process temperature, set point and alarm status. This information is
stored on a disk to provide test verification data for the completed products.
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
9.5
Software
Dead Band
Overview
The dead band prompt, [``db], located in the PID Menu, determine the
amount of interaction between heat (reverse acting) and cool (direct acting)
control outputs. The dead band directly offsets the target set point of the
cool control output.
With a positive dead band, both control outputs will never be ON at the
same time. With the process in a positive dead band, the output value is
determined by adding the percent heat output to the percent cool output
and only applying the result to the correct output — cooling action if the
sum is negative and heating action if it is positive.
If the dead band is set to a negative value, the heat and cool outputs can
both be ON at the same time.
Requirements
The dead band feature is standard on any Series 982 controller with two
control outputs. The dead band prompt will appear if the control outputs
are configured for heat/cool or cool/heat.
9.6
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Software Features, Chapter 9
Software
cooling action
77°
2° dead band
no action
75°
set point
heating action
Figure 9.7a Dead band graph.
E nv ironme nt a l Cha mbe r
TL
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input 1
PROCESS
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
L3
L4
output 1
output 2
chiller
limit
temperature
sensor
limit
sensor
DISPLAY
HOLD
RUN
MODE
heater
SERIES 982
Figure 9.7b Environmental
chamber with
dead band.
Sample Application
An engineer for an environmental chamber manufacturer, who is designing the heating and cooling system for a new chamber, wants to minimize
the energy costs of operating the chamber. She has chosen the Series 982
and will configure the heat and cool outputs with a positive dead band.
When the chamber temperature is near ambient the cooling and heating
systems had a tendency to buck one another, resulting in inefficient use of
energy. The engineer started with a dead band of five degrees, but in the
process of tuning the system for optimal control, the setting was reduced
to two degrees. This made the chamber more energy efficient and reduced
wear on the refrigeration system.
Software Features, Chapter 9
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
9.7
Software
Digital Events
Overview
The digital event input options on the Series 982 controller allow the operator to select one of several software functions with the close of a customer-supplied switch or by a change in DC voltage (See Chapter 2 for
voltage and wiring information.).
The list below outlines the functions that can be controlled with a digital
event input:
• Front panel lockout [`LOC] locks out the front panel keys to prevent tampering.
• Alarm reset [`ALr] resets alarms from a remote location.
• Turn control outputs off [`OFF] inhibits the control outputs, does not hold
program.
• Hold program [Hold] ends the program that is currently running and maintains the last set point.
• Start file 1 [FIL1] starts file 1 from a remote location. It will have no effect if a
file is aready running.
• Start file 2 [FIL2] starts file 2 from a remote location. It will have no effect if a
file is aready running.
• Start file 3 [FIL3] starts file 3 from a remote location. It will have no effect if a
file is aready running.
• Start file 4 [FIL4] starts file 4 from a remote location. It will have no effect if a
file is aready running.
• Satisfy a waitfor event input [``WE] during a soak step.
• Pause [PAUS] switches the currently running program to hold mode until the
event input opens.
• Abort [AbSP] terminates the currently running program and goes to Abort Set
Point.
Requirements
A single digital event input is standard on all controls. A second digital
input is available as an option for input 2 (98_C-_5__-____).
9.8
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Software Features, Chapter 9
Software
Te s t Cha mbe r
TL
WATL W
input 1
output 1
L1
L2
DEV
L3
temperature
sensor
limit
sensor
limit
PROCESS
L4
DISPLAY
% OUT
heater
HOLD
RUN
MODE
SERIES 982
Pause / resume
input 2
Start File 1
input 3
(event input 1)
Figure 9.9 Heater with digital
event.
Sample Application
A manufacturing engineer is designing a test chamber that must be very
simple for the operator to use. He would like to start the program with
minimal operator interaction.
By connecting an external switch to the digital event input, he can configure the Series 982 to start the program in File 1, when the switch momentarily closes. Enable this function by selecting File 1 [FIL1] for Event
Input 1 [`Ei1] (Global Menu). Once the program is started, closing this
switch will not have any effect until the program has finished or the program is terminated.
The operator must also have the ability to pause a running program and
then resume it again with the same simple interaction.
By ordering the optional second digital event input, another switch can be
used to pause the program when the switch is closed and resume running
the program when the switch is opened again. Enable this function by
selecting pause [PAUS] for Event input 2 [`Ei2] (Global Menu). This function is only active once a program has been started.
The operator now has the ability to start a program with the press of a
button, and pause or resume it with the flip of a switch. The operator
never needs to touch the Series 982.
Software Features, Chapter 9
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
9.9
Software
Input Filter
Overview
In certain applications the process being measured can be unstable, which
makes it difficult to control and also makes the constantly changing display difficult to read. The Series 982 input filter can solve these problems
by smoothing out just the display or the display and the input signal.
You can set a time constant in seconds for a low-pass filter that will, if you
select a positive value, affect the display only. Select a negative value to filter the input signal itself. Use this feature with caution, because a large
time constant could hide system upsets.
Requirements
This feature is standard on all Series 982 controllers.
9.10
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Software Features, Chapter 9
Software
Display reading with input filter on.
temperature
temperature
Display reading with input filter off.
time
time
Figure 9.11a Display readings
with input filtering.
Te mpe ra t ure Cha mbe r
TL
WATL W
input 1
output 1
PROCESS
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
L3
limit
temperature
sensor
limit
sensor
L4
DISPLAY
HOLD
RUN
MODE
SERIES 982
Figure 9.11b Humidity chamber with input filtering.
Software Features, Chapter 9
heater
Sample Application
A Series 982 controls the temperature in an environmental chamber. The
sensor is very sensitive to changes caused by air flow in the chamber. The
turbulence in the chamber makes the controller display jump two to three
degrees. To remove this display dithering set the filter time constant
[Ftr1] for input 1 to two seconds. This will smooth the display and provide a more realistic reading.
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
9.11
Software
Retransmit
Overview
The retransmit feature can be used to transmit an analog signal representing the value of either input process variable or the target set point variable. The retransmit signal is factory configured as either a milliamp
(98_C-____-M___) or a voltage (98_C-____-N___) signal. In choosing the type
of retransmit signal the operator must take into account the input impedance of the device or devices to be retransmitted to and the required signal
type, either voltage or milliamps.
Typically applications might use the retransmit option to record one of the
variables with a chart recorder or to generate a set point for other controls
in a multi-zone application.
Requirements
Output 3 is used for the retransmit option. Choose either a milliamp
(98_C-____-M___) or a voltage (98_C-____-N___) signal. Select the output
range in the Output Menu.
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Software Features, Chapter 9
Software
zone 1
Ma s t e r
WATL
zone 2
zone 3
zone 4
zone 5
zone 6
zone 7
zone 8
Re mot e
Re mot e
Re mot e
Re mot e
Re mot e
Re mot e
Re mot e
W
PROCESS
WATL
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
L3
W
WATL
W
WATL
W
WATL
W
WATL
W
WATL
W
WATL
W
L4
DISPLAY
PROCESS
PROCESS
PROCESS
PROCESS
PROCESS
PROCESS
PROCESS
HOLD
RUN
MODE
L1
L2
DEV
SERIES 982
% OUT
output 3
L3
L4
DISPLAY
L2
DEV
L3
L4
DISPLAY
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
L3
L4
DISPLAY
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
L3
L4
DISPLAY
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
L3
L4
DISPLAY
L1
L2
DEV
% OUT
L3
L4
L1
L2
DEV
DISPLAY
% OUT
L3
L4
DISPLAY
AUTO
MAN
AUTO
MAN
AUTO
MAN
AUTO
MAN
AUTO
MAN
AUTO
MAN
MODE
MODE
MODE
MODE
MODE
MODE
SERIES 988
SERIES 988
input 2
Figure 9.13 Heat-treat oven with
retransmit.
L1
% OUT
AUTO
MAN
MODE
input 2
SERIES 988
input 2
SERIES 988
input 2
SERIES 988
input 2
SERIES 988
input 2
SERIES 988
input 2
Sample Applications
An engineer needs to control the temperature of individual zones in an
eight-zone furnace. The temperatures range from 0°C to 850°C. The
process requires the same time/temperature profile for each zone. She
wants to do this without using a seperate ramping control for each zone.
The Series 982 can be configured with a milliamp retransmit output for
output 3, (98_C-____-M___). This controller can control one zone and provide a common 4-20 mA set-point signal for seven Series 988 controllers
with remote-set-point capabilities.
Enable the retransmit output by setting [Aout] to [StPt] (Output Menu).
This selects the set point as the retransmit variable. To select the retransmit output range, set [Prc3] to [4-20]. The retransmit output is now 420mA. [`ArL] and [`ArH] determine the scaling for the retransmit output.
To make a 4mA signal represent 0°, set [`ArL] to [```0]. To make a 20mA
signal represent 850°, set [`ArH] to [`850]. A retransmit calibration offset
[ACAL] is also available, which applies only to the retransmit output.
The retransmit output will be 4mA until the set point is greater than 0°C
and will increase linearly until reaching 20mA, when the set point equals
850°C. The output will not exceed 20mA.
As the Series 982 changes its set point, the 4-20mA retransmit signal follows it, providing the remote set point signal for the seven Series 988 controllers.
The furnace now can provide ramp and soak capabilities for all eight
zones, yet reduce system costs and complexity by using a single ramping
controller and seven remote-set-point controllers.
Software Features, Chapter 9
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
9.13
Software
Slidewire Feedback
Overview
The Series 982 can control the position of a valve with a slidewire feedback
position indicator. The controller senses the resistance of the slidewire and
compares it to the range low and range high settings to determine the
valve position. The controller compares this to the percent output and
takes action to match the two by opening or closing the valve.
Set the hunt [Hunt] parameter to limit valve hunting. The value is set for
the percent of output (0.0 to 100.0). When the valve is within this dead
band, a change in output greater than half the hunt parameter is required
to trigger action. If the valve’s momentum causes it to “coast” after the
contact opens, try increasing the {SHyS} value. This determines the turnoff point. Output 1 responds to “close” commands and output 2 responds
to “open” commands.
Requirements
A slidewire configuration uses at least two inputs and two control outputs.
Input 2 must be a slidewire input (98_C-_3__-____). Outputs must be compatible with the slidewire valve actuators.
9.14
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Software Features, Chapter 9
Software
TL
WATL W
input 1
output 1 (close)
limit
PROCESS
input 2
G a s - f ire d Furna c e
V a lv e
Ac t ua t or
output 2 (open)
L1
L2
DEV
L3
limit
sensor
L4
DISPLAY
% OUT
HOLD
RUN
MODE
SERIES 982
temperature
sensor
gas
flow
gas
valve
cut-off
valve
slidewire input
Figure 9.15 Gas-fired furnace
with slidewire feedback.
Sample Application
A Series 982 controls the gas valve for a gas-fired furnace to heat treat
large metal parts. First the controller must be “married” to the slidewire
feedback from the valve actuator. To do this, first set the Input 2 prompt
[`In2] to slidewire [SLid]. Advance to the Learn Low Resistance prompt
[LrnL]. Close the valve manually to the minimum resistance reading from
the slidewire. Select [`YES] in the upper display and press the Mode key
µ to advance to the Learn High Resistance prompt [LrnH]. Manually
open the valve (maximum slidewire resistance). Select [`YES] in the upper
display and press the Mode key µ. At this point both the high and low
resistance values have been learned and stored in the range low 2 and
range high 2 parameters.
NOTE:
See Chapter 4 for
more infromation
about Slidewire
Hysteresis and
Hunt.
You can also manually set the range low and range high values. From the
slidewire specifications, determine the low and high resistance values and
enter these at the Range Low [`rL2] and Range High [`rH2] prompts.
[`rH2] must be greater than [`rL2].
Once the control is operating, adjust the hunt [Hunt] parameter, to minimize valve oscillations. The hunt parameter sets up a dead band on both
sides of the current valve position. The desired valve position is then compared to the actual position. If the difference is greater than one-half of the
hunt value, the Series 982 repositions the valve to achieve the temperature set point. Once repositioning is complete, the dead band is recalculated for the new valve position. If your valve opens and closes quickly, try
increasing the [Hunt] value. If the valve’s momentum causes it to “coast”
after the contact opens, try increasing the {SHyS} value.
Software Features, Chapter 9
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
9.15
Notes
9.16
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Software Features, Chapter 9
Warranty/Returns
Total
Customer
Satisfaction
Warranty
3 Year
Warranty
The Watlow Series 982 is warranted to be free of
defects in material and workmanship for 36 months
after delivery to the first purchaser for use, providing
that the units have not been misapplied. Since
Watlow has no control over their use, and sometimes misuse, we cannot guarantee against failure.
Watlow's obligations hereunder, at Watlow's option,
are limited to replacement, repair or refund of purchase price, and parts which upon examination
prove to be defective within the warranty period
specified. This warranty does not apply to damage
resulting from transportation, alteration, misuse, or
abuse.
Watlow Controls
Watlow Controls is a division of Watlow Electric
Manufacturing Company, St. Louis, Missouri, a
manufacturer of industrial electric heating products,
since 1922. Watlow begins with a full set of
specifications and completes an industrial product
that is manufactured totally in-house, in the U.S.A.
Watlow products include electric heaters, sensors,
controls and switching devices. The Winona operation has been designing solid state electronic control
devices since 1962, and has earned the reputation
as an excellent supplier to original equipment
manufacturers. These OEMs depend upon Watlow
Controls to provide compatibly engineered controls
which they can incorporate into their products with
confidence. Watlow Controls resides in a 100,000
square foot marketing, engineering and
manufacturing facility in Winona, Minnesota.
Returns
1. Call Watlow Customer Service, (507) 454-5300,
for a Return Material Authorization (RMA) number before returning any item for repair. We
need this information:
• Ship to address
• Bill to address
• Contact name
• Phone number
• Ship via
• Your P.O. number
• Symptoms and/or special instructions
• Name and phone number of person returning
the material.
2. Prior approval and an RMA number, from the
Customer Service Department, is needed when
returning any unused product for credit. Make
sure the RMA number is on the outside of the
carton, and on all paperwork returned. Ship on a
Freight Prepaid basis.
3. After we receive your return, we will examine it
and determine the cause for your action.
4. In cases of manufacturing defect, we will enter a
repair order, replacement order, or issue credit
for material. A 20 percent restocking charge is
applied for all returned stock controls and accessories.
5. If the unit is unrepairable, it will be returned to
you with a letter of explanation. Repair costs will
not exceed 50 percent of the original cost.
Shipping Claims
When you receive your Watlow control, examine the
package for any signs of external damage it may
have sustained enroute. If there is apparent damage
either outside the box or to its contents, make a
claim with the shipper immediately. Save the original
shipping carton and packing material.
Appendix
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A.1
Glossary, A-J
annunciator — A visual display that uses pilot lights to
indicate the former or existing condition of several items
in a system.
burst fire — A power control method that repeatedly
turns on and off full ac cycles. Also called zero-cross
fire, it switches close to the zero-voltage point of the ac
sine wave. Variable-time-base burst fire selectively
holds or transits ac cycles to achieve the desired power
level. See zero cross.
calibration offset — An adjustment to eliminate the difference between the indicated value and the actual
process value.
closed loop — A control system that uses a sensor to
measure a process variable and makes decisions based
on that feedback.
cold junction — see junction, cold.
cold junction compensation — Electronic means to
compensate for the effective temperature at the cold
junction.
default parameters — The programmed instructions
that are permanently stored in the microprocessor software.
derivative — The rate of change in a process variable.
Also known as rate. See PID.
derivative control (D) — The last term in the PID control algorithm. Action that anticipates the rate of change
of the process, and compensates to minimize overshoot
and undershoot. Derivative control is an instantaneous
change of the control output in the same direction as the
proportional error. This is caused by a change in the
process variable (PV) that decreases over the time of
the derivative (TD). The TD is in units of seconds.
Deutsche Industrial Norm (DIN) — A set of technical,
scientific and dimensional standards developed in
Germany. Many DIN standards have worldwide recognition.
DIN — See Deutsche Industrial Norm.
droop — In proportional controllers, the difference
between set point and actual value after the system stabilizes.
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duty cycle — The percentage of a cycle time in
which the output is on.
external transmitter power supply — A dc
voltage source that powers external devices.
filter, digital (DF) — A filter that slows the
response of a system when inputs change unrealistically or too fast. Equivalent to a standard
resistor-capacitor (RC) filter.
form A — A single-pole, single-throw relay that
uses only the normally open (NO) and common
contacts. These contacts close when the relay
coil is energized. They open when power is
removed from the coil.
form B — A single-pole, single-throw relay that
uses only the normally closed (NC) and common contacts. These contacts open when the
relay coil is energized. They close when power
is removed from the coil.
form C — A single-pole, double-throw relay that
uses the normally open (NO), normally closed
(NC) and common contacts. The operator can
choose to wire for a form A or form B contact.
hysteresis — A change in the process variable
required to re-energize the control or alarm output. Sometimes called switching differential.
integral — Control action that automatically
eliminates offset, or droop, between set point
and actual process temperature. See autoreset.
integral control (I) — A form of temperature
control. The I of PID. See integral.
isolation — Electrical separation of sensor
from high voltage circuitry. Allows use of
grounded or ungrounded sensing element.
JIS —Joint Industrial Standards (JIS) A
Japanese agency that establishes and maintains standards for equipment and components.
Also known as JISC (Japanese Industrial
Standards Committee), its function is similar to
Germany’s Deutsche Industrial Norm (DIN).
Appendix
Glossary, N-R
junction, cold — Connection point between thermocouple metals and the electronic instrument. See
junction, reference.
proportional band (PB) — A range in which the
proportioning function of the control is active.
Expressed in units, degrees or percent of span. See
PID.
junction, reference — The junction in a thermocouple circuit held at a stable, known temperature
(cold junction). Standard reference temperature is
32°F (0°C).
proportional control — A control using only the P
(proportional) value of PID control.
NEMA 4X — A NEMA specification for determining
resistance to moisture infiltration. This rating certifies the controller as washable and corrosion resistant.
on/off controller — A temperature controller that
operates in either full on or full off modes.
open loop — A control system with no sensory
feedback.
output — Control signal action in response to the
difference between set point and process variable.
overshoot — The amount by which a process variable exceeds the set point before it stabilizes.
P control — Proportioning control.
PD control — Proportioning control with derivative
(rate) action.
PDR control — Proportional derivative control with
manual reset, used in fast responding systems
where the reset causes instabilities. With PDR control, an operator can enter a manual reset value that
eliminates droop in the system.
PI control — Proportioning control with integral
(auto-reset) action.
PID — Proportional, integral, derivative. A control
mode with three functions: proportional action
dampens the system response, integral corrects for
droop, and derivative prevents overshoot and
undershoot.
proportional — Output effort proportional to the
error from set point. For example, if the proportional
band is 20° and the process is 10° below set point,
the heat proportioned effort is 50 percent. The lower
the PB value, the higher the gain.
Appendix
range — The area between two limits in which a
quantity or value is measured. It is usually
described in terms of lower and upper limits.
rate — Anticipatory action that is based on the rate
of temperature change, and compensates to minimize overshoot and undershoot. See derivative.
rate band — A range in which the rate function of a
controller is active. Expressed in multiples of the
proportional band. See PID.
reference junction — see junction, reference.
remote — A controller that receives its set point
signal from another device called the master.
remote set point — A signal that indicates the set
point for the process, and is sent from another
device.
reset — Control action that automatically eliminates
offset, or droop, between set point and actual
process temperature. Also see integral.
automatic reset — The integral function of
a PI or PID temperature controller that adjusts the
process temperature to the set point after the system stabilizes. The inverse of integral.
automatic power reset — A feature in
latching limit controls that does not recognize power
outage as a limit condition. When power is restored,
the output is re-energized automatically, as long as
the temperature is within limits.
manual reset — 1) A feature on a limit
control that requires human intervention to return
the limit to normal operation after a limit condition
has occurred. 2) The adjustment of a proportional
control to raise the proportional band to compensate
for droop.
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Glossary, R-Z
resistance temperature detector (RTD) — A sensor
that uses the resistance temperature characteristic to
measure temperature. There are two basic types of
RTDs: the wire RTD, which is usually made of platinum,
and the thermistor, which is made of a semiconductor
material. The wire RTD is a positive temperature coefficient sensor only, while the thermistor can have either a
negative or positive temperature coefficient.
RTD — See resistance temperature detector.
thermal system — A regulated environment that consists of a heat source, heat transfer medium or load,
sensing device and a control instrument.
thermocouple (t/c) — A temperature sensing device
made by joining two dissimilar metals. This junction produces an electrical voltage in proportion to the difference in temperature between the hot junction (sensing
junction) and the lead wire connection to the instrument
(cold junction).
thermocouple break protection — The ability of a
control to detect a break in the thermocouple circuit and
take a predetermined action.
three-mode control — Proportioning control with integral (reset) and derivative (rate). Also see PID.
time proportioning control — A method of controlling
power by varying the on/off duty cycle of an output. This
variance is proportional to the difference between the
set point and the actual process temperature.
transmitter — A device that transmits temperature data
from either a thermocouple or a resistance temperature
detector (RTD) by way of a two-wire loop. The loop has
an external power supply. The transmitter acts as a variable resistor with respect to its input signal. Transmitters
are desirable when long lead or extension wires produce unacceptable signal degradation.
zero cross — Action that provides output switching only
at or near the zero-voltage crossing points of the ac sine
wave. See burst fire.
zero switching — See zero cross.
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Appendix
Index
982 Index
% out LED 3.1
A
A/D overflow error 8.6
A/D underflow error 8.5
abort set point 4.31
actions, error code 8.6
address 4.40
alarm 2 4.17
alarm 2 high 5.5
alarm 2 low 5.5
alarm 3 4.19
alarm 3 high 5.6
alarm 3 low 5.6
alarm 4 4.22
alarm 4 high 5.7
alarm 4 low 5.7
alarms 8.4 - 8.5
alarm silencing 8.5
ambient error 8.6
ambient temperature 6.4
analog output 4.25
annunciator 4.32
auto-tune 5.8
auto-tune set point 4.33
auto-tuning 8.1 - 8.2
B
battery backup DIP 1.4
baud rate 4.39
burst fire 9.2 - 9.3
C
Calibration Menu 6.7 - 6.8
calibration offset 1 4.6
calibration offset 2 4.10
celsius-fahrenheit 4.29
communications 9.4 - 9.5
Communications Menu 4.38 - 4.42
configuration error 8.6
cycle time, output 1 5.14
cycle time, output 2 5.17
D
data bits and parity 4.39
date 6.3
dead band 5.17, 9.6 - 9.7
decimal 1 4.4
Declaration of Conformity A.10
default 6.8
derivative, output 1 5.13
derivative, output 2 5.16
deviation alarm 8.4
dev LED 3.1
Diagnostics Menu 6.2 - 6.6
digital event input 1 2.10
digital event input 2 2.9
digital events 9.8 - 9.9
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DIP switch
external power supply 1.5
hardware lock/battery backup 1.4
locations and functions 1.3
universal signal input type 1.6
display loop 3.2
display key 3.1
display tests 6.6
down key 3.1
E
editing a profile 7.10 - 7.11
end 7.4
end step 7.4
environmental chamber 9.7
error codes 8.5 - 8.6
error latching 4.29
event 3
set point step 7.2
soak step 7.3
event 4
set point step 7.2
soak step 7.3
event input 1 4.30
event input 1 status 5.3
event input 1 wiring 2.10
event input 2 4.31
event input 2 status 5.3
event output 3 status 5.4
event output 4 status 5.4
event outputs 7.6 - 7.7
external power supply DIPs 1.5
I
idle set point 4.36
input 1 4.3
input 1 wiring 2.8
input 1, digital event 2.10
input 2 4.8
input 2 wiring 2.9
input 2, digital event 2.9
input DIP switches 1.6
input filter 9.10 - 9.11
Input Menu 4.2 - 4.11
input module types 6.4
input/output isolation 2.4
installation procedure 2.1 - 2.3
integral, output 1 5.12
integral, output 2 5.15
interface type 4.41
J
jump count 7.4
jump file 7.4
jump-loop 7.8
jump-loop step 7.4
jump step 7.4
L
Factory Menus 6.1 - 6.8
file 7.1
front panel 3.1
L1... L4 3.1
latching 2 4.17
latching 3 4.21
latching 4 4.24
learn high range 4.9
learn low range 4.9
link file 7.4
linking profiles 7.12
lockout 4.37
lower display 3.1
low power limit 4.32
G
M
F
gas-fired furnace 9.15
Global Menu 4.28 - 4.37
guaranteed soak deviation 4.34, 7.7
H
hardware lockout DIP switch 1.4
heater with digital event 9.9
heat-treat oven 9.15
high power limit 4.33
hold/run key 3.1
hold/run LED 3.1
hour 7.3
humididty chamber 9.11
hunt 4.10
hysteresis 1 4.14
hysteresis 2 4.16
hysteresis 3 4.20
hysteresis 4 4.23
manual tuning 8.2 - 8.3
master step chart 7.14
menu overview 1.2
messages, error code 8.5
minutes 7.2, 7.3
mode key 3.1
N
non-volatile checksum error 8.6
O
Operation Menu 5.1 - 5.18
output 1 4.13
output 1 wiring 2.11
output 2 4.15
output 2 wiring 2.12
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Index
output 3 4.18
output 3 jumper, changing 8.3
output 3 wiring 2.13
output 4 4.22
output 4 wiring 2.14
Output Menu 4.12 - 4.27
output module types 6.5
output test 6.6
retransmit low limit 4.26
RTD 1 4.7
RTD, 2 or 3 wire 2.8
Run Menus 7.5 - 7.6
running a profile 7.5, 7.10
S
PID Menu 5.10 - 5.18
power outage 4.35
power wiring 2.4
process 1 4.14
process 2 4.15
process 3 4.25
process alarm 8.4
profile, editing 7.10
profile, resuming 7.5
profile, running 7.5, 7.10
profiles, linking 7.12
profile start 4.36
Program Menu 7.1 - 7.4
program a ramping profile 7.8 - 7.9
programming 7.1 - 7.4
program prompts 7.1
program type 4.34
proportional band, output 1 5.11
proportional band, output 2 5.14
protocol type 4.40
safety information ii
seconds 7.2, 7.3
semiconductor oven, burst fire 9.3
sensor installation 2.4
sensor overrange error 8.6
sensor underrange error 8.5
serial number 6.3
set point 3.2, 7.2
set point step 7.2
Setup Menus 4.1 - 4.42
silencing 2 4.18
silencing 3 4.21
silencing 4 4.24
slidewire feedback 9.14 - 9.15
slidewire feedback input 2.9
slidewire hysteresis 4.11
soak 7.3
soak step 7.8, 7.13
software filter 1 4.7
software revision 6.3
step 7.1
step type 7.2
System Menu 5.2 - 5.9
R
T
ramp and soak profile 7.9
ramping, set point 3.2
ramping profile, program 7.8 - 7.9
ramp/soak with jump-loop 7.11
RAM verification error 8.6
range high 1 4.5
range low 1 4.5
range high 2 4.9
range low 2 4.8
rate 7.2
rate alarm 8.5
rate, output 1 5.13
rate, output 2 5.16
Re-run Menus 7.6
reset, output 1 5.12
reset, output 2 5.15
restore 6.8
resume a profile 7.5
retransmit 9.12 - 9.13
retransmit calibration offset 4.27
retransmit high limit 4.26
technical assistance ii
test chambers 9.5
test displays 6.6
test outputs 6.6
thermocouple or 0-50 mV 2.8
P
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U
universal signal input type DIP
switches 1.6
up key 3.1
upper display 3.1
W
waitfor event input 7.3
waitfor functions 7.13
waitfor process crossover value 7.3
wastewater treatment 9.13
wiring 2.4 - 2.14
wiring 0-20mA and 4-20mA process
inputs 2.5
wiring example 2.6
wiring notes 2.7
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Appendix
Prompt Index
Index
A
F
[A_50] 6.7
[Addr] address 4.40
[A2HI] alarm 2 high 5.5
[A2LO] alarm 2 low 5.5
[A3HI] alarm 3 high 5.6
[A3LO] alarm 3 low 5.6
[A4HI] alarm 4 high 5.7
[A4LO] alarm 4 low 5.7
[AbSP] abort set point 4.31
[ACAL] retransmit calibration offset
4.27
[`AL2] alarm 2 4.17
[`AL3] alarm 3 4.19
[`AL4] alarm 4 4.22
[Amb] ambient temperature 6.4
[Anun] annunciator 4.32
[Aout] analog output 4.25
[`ArH] retransmit high limit 4.26
[`ArL] retransmit low limit 4.26
[AtSP] auto-tune set point 4.33
[`AUt] auto-tune 5.8
[FiLE] file 7.1
[Ftr1] software filter 1 4.7
B
[bAUd] baud rate 4.39
[brSt] burst fire 9.2
C
G
[`gSd] guaranteed soak deviation
4.34
H
[`HiP] high power limit 4.33
[Hour] hour 7.2, 7.3
[Hunt] hunt 4.10
[Hys1] hysteresis 1 4.14
[Hys2] hysteresis 2 4.16
[Hys3] hysteresis 3 4.20
[HyS4] hysteresis 4 4.23
I
[IdSP] idle set point 4.36
[`In1] input 1 4.3
[`In2] input 2 4.8
[`It1] integral, output 1 5.12
[`It2] integral, output 2 5.15
[itY1] input 1 module type 6.4
[itY2] input 2 module type 6.4
{IntF} interface type 4.41
[`C_F] celcius-fahrenheit 4.29
[CAL1] calibration offset 1 4.6
[CAL2] calibration offset 2 4.10
[`Ct1] cycle time, output 1 5.14
[`Ct2] cycle time, output 2 5.17
J
D
L
{dAtA} data bits and parity 4.39
[dAtE] date 6.3
[``db] dead band 5.17
[`dE1] derivative, output 1 5.13
[`dE2] derivative, output 2 5.16
[dEC1] decimal 1 4.4
[`dFL] default 6.8
[dISP] test displays 6.6
[LAt2] latching 2 4.17
[LAt3] latching 3 4.21
[LAt4] latching 4 4.24
[LFiL] link file 7.4
[`LOC] lockout 4.37
[`LoP] low power limit 4.32
[LrnH] learn high range 4.9
[LrnL] learn low range 4.9
E
M
[`Ei1] event input 1 4.30
[Ei1S] event input 1 status 5.3
[`Ei2] event input 2 4.31
[Ei2S] event input 2 status 5.3
[`End] end step (end) 7.4
[Ent3] event 3 7.2, 7.3
{Ent3} event output 3 status 5.4
[Ent4] event 4 7.2, 7.3
{Ent4} event output 4 status 5.4
[`Err] error latching 4.29
[Min] minutes 7.2, 7.3
Appendix
[``JC] jump count 7.4
[``JF] jump file 7.4
[``JL] jump-loop step 7.4
[``JS] jump step 7.4
O
[`Ot1] output 1 4.13
[`Ot2] output 2 4.15
[`Ot3] output 3 4.18
[`Ot4] output 4 4.22
[OtY1] output 1 module type 6.5
[OtY2] output 2 module type 6.5
[OtY3] output 3 module type 6.5
[OtY4] output 4 module type 6.5
P
[PAUS] pause 9.8
[`Pb1] proportional band, output 1
5.11
[`Pb2] proportional band, output 2
5.14
[Pout] power outage 4.35
[Prc1] process 1 4.14
[Prc2] process 2 4.15
[Prc3] process 3 4.25
[PStr] profile start 4.36
[PtYP] program type 4.34
{Prot} protocol type 4.40
R
[`rA1] rate, output 1 5.13
[`rA2] rate, output 2 5.16
[rATE] rate 7.2
[`rE1] reset, output 1 5.12
[`rE2] reset, output 2 5.15
[`rH1] range high 1 4.5
[`rH2] range high 2 4.9
[`rL1] range low 1 4.5
[`rL2] range low 2 4.8
[`rSt] restore 6.8
[rtd1] RTD 1 4.7
S
[`SEC] seconds 7.2, 7.3
[SHyS] slidewire hysteresis 4.11
[SIL2] silencing 2 4.18
[SIL3] silencing 3 4.21
[SIL4] silencing 4 4.24
[SoAH] soak 7.3
[SOFt] software revision 6.3
[Sn--] serial number 6.3
[``SP] set point 7.2
[StEP] step 7.1
[StPt] set point step 7.2
[StyP] step type 7.2
T
[tout] test outputs 6.6
W
[`WE] waitfor event input 7.3
[WPr] waitfor process crossover
value 7.3
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Specifications
Specifications (1306)
Control Mode
• Single input, quad output, optional retransmit of set point or process
variable.
• Programmable direct- and reverse-acting control outputs.
• 4-file, 6 steps per file, time/temperature profile or fixed-set-point
control.
• Ramp-rate or time-based programming.
• Selectable control status following power loss.
Agency Approvals
• CE: 89/336/EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive.
EN 50081-2: 1994 Emissions.
EN 50082-2: 1994 Immunity.
• 73/23/EEC Low Voltage Directive.
EN 61010-1: 1993 Safety.
• UL #873, C-UL File #E43684
• NEMA 4X
Operator Interface
• Dual, four digit LED displays.
Upper: 0.4 inch (10 mm).
Lower: 0.3 inch (8 mm).
• Mode, Hold/Run, Display, Up and Down keys.
Accuracy
• Calibration accuracy and sensor conformity: ±0.1% of span,
±1 LSD, 77°F ±5°F (25°C ±3°C) ambient and rated line voltage
±10%.
• Accuracy span: 1000°F (540°C) minimum.
• Temperature stability: ± 0.2°F/°F (0.1°C/°C) change in ambient.
Sensors/Inputs
• Contact input for software function select (event input).
• Thermocouple Types B, C2, D2, E, J, K, N, R, S, T and Pt 22.
• RTD resolution in 1° or 0.1° RTD scales.
• Process variables: 0-20mA, 4-20mA, 0-5VÎ (dc), 1-5VÎ (dc),
and 0-10VÎ (dc).
• Slidewire or digital event input options.
• Sensor break protection de-energizes system for safety. Latching or
non-latching.
Input Range
Specified temperature ranges represent the controller's operational span.
• Thermocouple
Available with basic or universal signal conditioner
Type C2
32 to 4200°F
(0 to 2316°C)
Type D2
32 to 4200°F
(0 to 2316°C)
Type E
-328 to 1470°F
(-200 to 799°C)
Type J
32 to 1500°F
(0 to 816°C)
Type K
-328 to 2500°F
(-200 to 1371°C)
Type N
32 to 2372°F
(0 to 1300°C)
Type T
-328 to 750°F
(-200 to 399°C)
Pt 22
32 to 2543°F
(0 to 1395°C)
Available with universal signal conditioner
Type B
1598 to 3300°F
(870 to 1816°C)
Type R
32 to 3200°F
(0 to 1760°C)
Type S
32 to 3200°F
(0 to 1760°C)
• RTD Resolution (DIN or JIS)
1° (DIN)
-328 to 1472°F
(-200 to 800°C)
1° (JIS)
-328 to 1166°F
(-200 to 630°C)
0.1° (DIN and JIS)
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-99.9 to 999.9°F
(-73.3 to 537.7°C)
• Process
-999 to 9999 units for all: 0-5VÎ (dc); 1-5VÎ (dc); 0-10VÎ (dc);
0-20mA; and 4-20mA.
• Input 2 slidewire feedback
100 to 1200Ω.
Output Options
• Solid-state relay, Form A, 0.5A @ 24V~ (ac) min., 253V~ (ac) max.,
opto-isolated, burst fire switching. With or without contact
suppression. Off-state output impedance is 20kΩ with RC
suppression, 31MΩ without contact suppression.
• Open collector or switched dc signal provides a minimum turn-on
voltage of 3VÎ (dc) into a minimum 500Ω load; maximum on
voltage not greater than 32VÎ (dc) into an infinite load, isolated.
• Electromechanical relay1, Form C, 5A @ 120/240V~ (ac), 6A @
28VÎ (dc), 1/8 hp. @ 120V~ (ac), 125VA @ 120V~ (ac). With or
without contact suppression. Off-state output impedance with RC
suppression is 20kΩ.
• Process, 0-20mA, 4-20mA into 800Ω maximum, 0-5VÎ (dc),
1-5VÎ (dc) or 0-10VÎ (dc) into 1kΩ minimum reverse acting,
isolated.
• Electromechanical relay1, Form A/B, 5A @ 120/240V~ (ac),
6A @ 28VÎ (dc), 1/8 hp. @ 120V~ (ac), 125VA @ 120V~ (ac).
Without contact suppression.
• External transmitter power supply, 5, 12 or 20VÎ (dc) @ 30mA.
• EIA/TIA-232 communications or EIA/TIA-485, EIA/TIA-422
communications, opto-isolated.
• Retransmit: 0-20mA, 4-20mA with 600Ω max. load impedance, or
0-5VÎ (dc), 1-5VÎ (dc) and 0-10VÎ (dc) with 500Ω min. load
impedance.
Line Voltage/Power
• 100-240Vı(ac/dc) +10%, -15%; 50/60Hz, ±5%.
• 24 to 28Vı(ac/dc) +10%, -15%; 50/60Hz, ±5%.
• Fused internally (factory replaceable only) Slo-Blo® type (time-lag):
2A, 250V for high voltage versions;
5A, 250V for low voltage versions.
• Power consumption 16VA maximum.
• Non-volatile memory retains data if power fails.
Operating Environment
• 32 to 130°F (0 to 55°C).
• 0 to 90% RH, non-condensing.
Storage Temperature
• -40 to 185°F (-40 to 85°C).
Terminals
• #6 compression universal head screws, accepts 28-14 gauge wire.
Controller Weight
• 1.0 lb (0.45 kg).
Shipping Weight
• 3.01 lbs (1.35 kg).
Sample/Update Rates
• 1 input: 10Hz.
• 2 inputs: 5Hz.
• Retransmit: 1Hz.
• Remote set point: 1Hz.
• PID: 10Hz.
• Control outputs: 10Hz.
• Alarm outputs: 1Hz.
• Display: 2Hz.
Resolution
• Inputs: 16 bits.
Appendix
Ordering Information (1080)
To order, complete the code number with the information below:
Model Number
98_C-____-____
Series 981/982
Power Supply & Mounting
1 = 100 to 240Vı (ac/dc) nominal, horizontal mounting
2 = 100 to 240Vı (ac/dc) nominal, vertical mounting
3 = 24 to 28Vı (ac/dc) nominal, horizontal mounting
4 = 24 to 28Vı (ac/dc) nominal, vertical mounting
Software
C = Standard (4-file, 6 step per file, program capability)
Input 1
1 = Basic thermocouple signal conditioner (excluding Type B, R, and S)
2 = Universal signal conditioner (see input range information)
Input 2
0 = None
3 = Slidewire feedback (see range information)
5 = Second digital event (one digital event is standard on all units)
Output 1
B = Solid-state relay, Form A, 0.5A, with RC suppression
C = Switched dc or open collector, isolated
D = Electromechanical relay1, Form C, 5A with RC suppression
E = Electromechanical relay1, Form C, 5A without contact suppression
F = Universal process, 0-5VÎ (dc), 1-5VÎ (dc), 0-10VÎ (dc),
0-20mAÎ (dc), 4-20mAÎ (dc), isolated
K = Solid-state relay, Form A, 0.5A, without contact suppression
Output 2
A = None
B = Solid-state relay, Form A, 0.5A, with RC suppression
C = Switched dc or open collector, isolated
D = Electromechanical relay1, Form C, 5A with RC suppression
E = Electromechanical relay1, Form C, 5A without contact suppression
F = Universal process 0-5VÎ (dc), 1-5VÎ (dc), 0-10VÎ (dc),
0-20mAÎ (dc), 4-20mAÎ (dc), isolated
K = Solid-state relay, Form A, 0.5A, without contact suppression
T = External signal conditioner power supply, 5, 12 or 20VÎ (dc) @ 30mA
Output 3
A = None
B = Solid-state relay, Form A, 0.5A, with RC suppression
C = Switched dc, isolated
J = Electromechanical relay1, Form A or B, 5A without contact suppression
K = Solid-state relay, Form A, 0.5A without contact suppression
M = Retransmit, 0-20mAÎ (dc), 4-20mAÎ (dc)
N = Retransmit, 0-5VÎ (dc), 1-5VÎ (dc), 0-10VÎ (dc)
T = External signal conditioner power supply, 5, 12 or 20VÎ (dc) @ 30mA
Output 4
A = None
B = Solid-state relay, Form A, 0.5A, with RC suppression
C = Switched dc or open collector, isolated
D = Electromechanical relay1, Form C, 5A with RC suppression
E = Electromechanical relay1, Form C, 5A without contact suppression
K = Solid-state relay, Form A, 0.5A without contact suppression
R = EIA/TIA-232 communications, opto-isolated
S = EIA/TIA-485, EIA/TIA-422 communications, opto-isolated
T = External signal conditioner power supply, 5, 12 or 20VÎ (dc) @ 30mA
U = EIA/TIA-232 or EIA/TIA 485, opto-isolated
Display Color (Upper/Lower)
GG = Green/Green
RG =
Red/Green
GR = Green/Red
RR =
Red/Red
1
2
Electromechanical relays warranted for 100,000 closures only. Solid-state switching
devices recommended for applications requiring fast cycle times or extended service life.
Not an ANSI symbol.
UL® is a registered trademark of the Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
Slo-Blo® is a registered trademark of Littelfuse, Inc.
NOTE: User documentation may be available in French, German, Spanish,
Italian and Dutch, as well as English. Check Watlow’s website
(www.watlow.com/) for availability. Specify language at time of order.
Appendix
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
A.9
Declaration of Conformity
Series 981, 982, 983, 984
WATLOW CONTROLS
1241 Bundy Boulevard
Winona, Minnesota 55987 USA
96
Declares that the following product:
English
Designation:
Series 981, 982, 983, 984
Model Number(s):
9 8 (1 2 3 or 4) (Any letter) - (1 or 2) (0 3 or 5) (B C D
E F or K) (A B C D E F K or T) - (A B C J K M N or T)
(A B C D E K R S or T) (Any two letters)
Classification:
Control, Installation Category II, Polution Degree II
Rated Voltage:
100 to 240V~ or 24 to 28V
Rated Frequency:
50/60 Hz
Rated Power Consumption: 16VA maximum
Meets the essential requirements of the following European Union Directive(s)
using the relevant section(s) of the normalized standards and related documents
shown:
89/336/EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
EN 50082-2:
EN 61000-4-2:
EN 61000-4-4:
EN 61000-4-3:
EN 61000-4-6:
ENV 50204:
EN 50081-2:
EN 55011:
EN 61000-3-2:
EN 61000-3-3:
1995 EMC Generic immunity standard, Part 2: Industrial
environment
1995 Electrostatic discharge
1995 Electical fast transients
1996 Radiated immunity
1996 Conducted immunity
1995 Cellular phone
1994 EMC Generic emission standard, Part 2: Industrial
environment
1991 Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance
characteristics of industrial, scientific and medical radiofrequency equipment (Group 1, Class A)
1995 Limits for harmonic current emissions
1995 Limitations of voltage fluctuations and flicker
73/23/EEC Low-Voltage Directive
EN 61010-1:
1993 Safety requirements for electrical equipment for
measurement, control, and laboratory use, Part 1:
General requirements
Déclare que le produit suivant :
Français
Désignation :
Série 981, 982, 983, 984
Numéro(s) de modèle(s) : 9 8 (1 2 3 ou 4) (lettre quelconque) - (1 ou 2) - (0 3
ou 5) (B C D E F ou K) (A B C D E F K ou T) - (A B C
J K M N ou T) (A B C D E K R S ou T) (deux lettres
quelconques)
Classification :
Commande, installation catégorie II, degré de
pollution II
Tension nominale :
100 à 240 V ~ ou 24 à 28 V
Fréquence nominale :
50/60 Hz
Consommation
d’alimentation nominale :
16 VA maximum
Conforme aux exigences de la (ou des) directive(s) suivantes de l’Union
Européenne figurant aux sections correspondantes des normes et documents
associés ci-dessous :
89/336/EEC Directive de compatibilité électromagnétique
EN 50082-2 :
EN 61000-4-2 :
EN 61000-4-4 :
EN 61000-4-3:
EN 61000-4-6:
ENV 50204 :
EN 50081-2 :
EN 55011 :
EN 61000-3-2 :
EN 61000-3-3 :
1995 Norme générique d’insensibilité électromagnétique,
Partie 2 : Environnement industriel
1995 Décharge électrostatique
1995 Courants électriques transitoires rapides
1996 Insensibilité à l’énergie rayonnée
1996 Insensibilité à l’énergie par conduction
1995 Téléphone cellulaire
1994 Norme générique sur les émissions
électromagnétiques, Partie 2 : Environnement
industriel
1991 Limites et méthodes de mesure des caractéristiques
d’interférences du matériel radiofréquence industriel,
scientifique et médical (Groupe 1, Classe A)
1995 Limites d’émission d’harmoniques
1995 Limitations d’écarts de tension et de papillotement
Erklärt, daß das folgende Produkt:
Deutsch
Beschreibung:
Serie 981, 982, 983, 984
Modellnummer(n):
9 8 (1 2 3 oder 4) (beliebiger Buchstabe) - (1 oder 2)
(0 3 oder 5) (B C D E F oder K) (A B C D E F K oder
T) - (A B C J K M N oder T) (A B C D E K R S oder T)
(2 beliebige Buchstaben)
Klassifikation:
Regelsystem, Installationskategorie II,
Emissionsgrad II
Nennspannung:
100 bis 240 V~ oder 24 bis 28 V
Nennfrequenz:
50/60 Hz
Stromverbrauch:
Max. 16 VA
Erfüllt die wichtigsten Normen der folgenden Anweisung(en) der Europäischen
Union unter Verwendung der untenstehenden einschlägigen Dokumente:
89/336/EEC Elektromagnetische Übereinstimmungsanweisung
EN 50082-2:
EN 61000-4-2:
EN 61000-4-4:
EN 61000-4-3:
EN 61000-4-6:
ENV 50204:
EN 50081-2:
EN 55011:
EN 61000-3-2:
EN 61000-3-3:
1995 EMC-Rahmennorm für Störsicherheit, Teil 2:
Industrielle Umwelt
1995 Elektrostatische Entladung
1995 Elektrische schnelle Stöße
1996 Strahlungsimmunität
1996 Leitungsimmunität
1995 Mobiltelefon
1994 EMC-Rahmennorm für Emissionen, Teil 2: Industrielle
Umwelt
1991 Beschränkungen und Methoden der Messung von
Funkstörungsmerkmalen industrieller, wissenschaftlicher und
medizinischer Hochfrequenzgeräte (Gruppe 1, Klasse A)
1995 Grenzen der Oberwellenstromemissionen
1995 Grenzen der Spannungsschwankungen und Flimmern
72/23/EEC Niederspannungsrichtlinie zu entsprechen
EN 61010-1:
1993 Sicherheitsrichtlinien für Elektrogeräte zur Messung,
zur Steuerung und im Labor, Teil 1: Allgemeine
Richtlinien
Declara que el producto siguiente:
Español
Designación:
Series 981, 982, 983, 984
Números de modelo:
9 8 (1 2 3 ó 4)(Cualquier letra) - (1 ó 2)(0 3 ó 5)(B C
D E F o K)(A B C D E F K o T) (A B C J K M N o T)(A
B C D E K R S o T)(Cualquier combinación de dos
letras)
Clasificación:
Control, categoría de instalación II, grado de
contaminación ambiental II
Tensión nominal:
100 a 240 V~ o 24 a 28V
Frecuencia nominal:
50/60 Hz
Consumo nominal de energía: 16 VA máximo
Cumple con los requisitos esenciales de las siguientes directivas de la Unión
Europea, usando las secciones pertinentes de las reglas normalizadas y los
documentos relacionados que se muestran:
89/336/EEC - Directiva de compatibilidad electromagnética
EN 50082-2: 1995 Norma de inmunidad genérica del EMC, parte 2: Ambiente
industrial
EN 61000-4-2: 1995 Descarga electrostática
EN 61000-4-4: 1995 Perturbaciones transitorias eléctricas rápidas
EN 61000-4-3: 1996 Inmunidad radiada
EN 61000-4-6: 1996 Inmunidad conducida
ENV 50204:
1995 Teléfono portátil
EN 50081-2:
1994 Norma de emisión genérica del EMC, parte 2: Ambiente
industrial
EN 55011:
1991 Límites y métodos de medición de características de
perturbaciones de radio correspondientes a equipos de
radiofrecuencia industriales, científicos y médicos (Grupo 1,
Clase A)
EN 61000-3-2: 1995 Límites para emisiones de corriente armónica
EN 61000-3-3: 1995 Limitaciones de fluctuaciones del voltaje
73/23/EEC Directiva de baja tensión
EN 61010-1:
1993 Requerimientos de seguridad para equipos eléctricos
de medición, control y uso en laboratorios, Parte 1:
Requerimientos generales
Erwin D. Lowell
Name of Authorized Representative
Winona, Minnesota, USA
Place of Issue
General Manager
Title of Authorized Representative
January 24, 1996
Date of Issue
73/23/EEC Directive liée aux basses tensions
EN 61010-1 :
1993 Exigences de sécurité pour le matériel électrique de
mesure, commande et de laboratoire, Partie 1 :
Exigences générales
________________________________________
Signature of Authorized Representative
(1229)
A.10
WATLOW Series 982 User’s Manual
Appendix
Watlow Series 982 User’s Manual
Watlow Controls, 1241 Bundy Boulevard., P.O. Box 5580, Winona, Minnesota USA 55987-5580
Phone: (507) 454-5300, Fax: (507) 452-4507 http://www.watlow.com
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