Controller for temperature control - EKC 201 and EKC 301 Manual

Controller for temperature control - EKC 201 and EKC 301 Manual
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Controls
Manual
Controller for temperature control
- EKC 201 and EKC 301
ADAP-KOOL®
Refrigeration control system
REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING
Introduction
Application
The controller is a simple thermostat regulator in which some
refrigeration-technical functions have been integrated so that
it can replace a link-up of a group of thermostats and timers.
The controller has been specially designed for refrigeration
applications, but may of course also be used for other forms
of regulation where this is expedient.
The controller comes in several versions with a growing
number of functions - from the simple one with just one relay
to more advanced versions with three relays. All versions are
furthermore available with an alarm function. The number of
relays will then be increased by one.
The relays are used for controlling:
- compressor
- fan
- defrost
- alarm
Accessories
One of the connections to the controller is a digital input. This
input will register the position of a connected switch and
depending on the functions you want to use, it will work, as
follows:
- activate a door alarm if the door remains open for longer
than allowed
- start a defrost
- or transmit the signal to the data communication
The controller can be extended by one insertion module if the
application warrants it.
The controller comes prepared with plug and terminals, so all
you have to do is to push the module into place.
If you want to change the
periodical defrost, so that it can
be performed at specific times of
the day, a clock module may be
fitted.
Advantages
• One electronic controller is able to replace several traditional controllers and defrost clocks
Up to six defrost cycles per day
can now be set. The module is
provided with battery backup.
(Type = EKA 172)
• Can be supplied for panel as well as DIN-rail mounting
• Temperatures, times, operating conditions, parameter
codes and alarm and fault codes can be read from the
display
• Three LEDs indicate the actual condition of the system:
- refrigeration
- defrost
- fan running
• Easy to re-establish factory setting
• In the event of error function, the actual parameter code can
be displayed
If it is required that operation is to
take place from a PC, a data
communication module must be
placed in the controller.
Two types of insertion modules
for data communication can be
had - they are LON modules with
FFT10 interface or RS485
interface.
For
EKC 201
For
EKC 301
For
EKC 201
For
EKC 301
• All alarms are indicated bya the three LEDs fashing at once
• Easy to install data communication at a later date
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Controller application overview
Function
Application no.
1
2
3
4
Example: Controller for application number 3 satisfies
requirement for
• room temperature control (thermostat) by pump down or
Room temperature control by pump
down or compressor star t/stop
compressor start/stop.
Natural defrost
• time controlled defrost using hot gas or electricity
Temperature controlled defrost with
electricity or hot gas
• fan motor control
Time-controlled defrost with
electricity or hot gas
Fan motor control
Application no. 1
Room temperature control by pump down.
Natural defrost on pump down.
Room temperature control by compressor start/stop.
Natural defrost on compressor stop.
Application no. 2
Room temperature control by pump down.
Temperature-controlled electric defrost.
Room temperature control by pump down.
Temperature-controlled hot gas defrost.
Room temperature control by compressor
start/stop.
Temperature-controlled electric defrost.
Application no. 3
Room temperature control by pump down.
Time-controlled electric defrost.
Room temperature control by pump down.
Time-controlled hot gas defrost.
Room temperature control by compressor
start/stop.
Time-controlled electric defrost.
Application no. 4
Room temperature control by pump down.
Temperature-controlled electric defrost.
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Room temperature control by pump down.
Temperature-controlled hot gas defrost.
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Room temperature control by compressor
start/stop.
Temperature-controlled electric defrost.
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Survey of functions
Functions
Para- Operation via
meter data communication
Thermostat
Thermostat function
Reference
Thermostat regulates on the basis of the set value.
A change of the set value can be limited/lock with the setting of r02 and r03.
-
Differential
When the temperature is higher than the reference value + the set differential,
the compressor relay will be cut in. It will cut out again when the temperature
drops to the set reference value.
r01
Differential
To avoid a too high setting of the reference, the max. allowable reference value
must be lowered.
r02
Max lim. temp SP
To avoid a too low setting of the reference, the min. allowable reference value
must be increased.
r03
Min lim. temp SP
Correction of temperature display
If the temperatures at the room sensor and at the controller are not identical, an
offset adjustment of the registered temperature may be made. This function is
used when too long sensor cables have to be corrected.
r04
Temp calibration
Temperature unit
Set here if the controller is to show temperature values in °C
or in °F.
r05
Temp. unit °C=0
(Only °C on AKM, whatever the
setting)
Ref.
Temp. setpoint
Dif.
Reference limitation
The controller’s setting range for the reference may be narrowed down, so that
much too high or much too low values are not set accidentally - with resulting
damages. With these settings it will only be possible to set the reference
between the two values.
Alarm settings
Alarm Settings
The controller can give alarm in various situations.
When there is an alarm, all the LED’s at the front of the controller flash. If the
controller is provided with an alarm relay, it will also be activated.
Upper deviation
Here you set when the alarm at high temperature is to become activated. The
value is set in K.
The alarm will star t if the temperature exceeds the set “reference” + “differential”
+ “upper deviation”.
A01
Upper deviation
Lower deviation
Here you set when the alarm at low temperature is to become activated.
The value is set in K.
The alarm will star t if the temperature goes below the set “reference” minus the
“lower deviation”.
A02
Lower deviation
Temperature alarm delay
If one of the two limit values is exceeded, a timer function will star t. The alarm
will only become visible, when a set time delay has been passed.
The time delay is set in minutes.
A03
Temp alarm delay
Door alarm time delay
If the digital input is used for a door monitoring function (see definition in section
“Miscellaneous”) an alarm will only come after a given period with the door
open.
The time delay is set in minutes.
A04
Door alarm delay
Reset alarm
The function resets all alarms when
set in pos. ON.
Alarm stat/relay
Here you can read the alarm status.
If the controller is provided with
alarm relay, you can force-control
the relay in the “Manual control”
mode.
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Compressor function
Compressor
The compressor relay works in conjunction with the thermostat. When the
thermostat calls for refrigeration, the compressor relay will be cut in.
Running time
To prevent repeated stop-and-go operation, values can be set for how long the
compressor is to run once it has been star ted. And for how long it must at least
be stopped.
Min. ON-time (in min.)
c01
Min. ON-time
Min. OFF-time (in min.)
c02
Min. OFF-time
Safety function in connection with sensor errors
If the room sensor becomes defective (is shor tcircuited or cut out), the
controller will star t a regulating frequency of the compressor at the same time
as an alarm is sounded for the sensor error.
If the controller has been operating for so long that the compressor relay has
been cut out 72 times, the controller will remember the various ON/OFF-times
of the compressor relay. Regulation will then continue with the well-known
average ON/OFF period.
Conversely, if the controller has not accomplished the 72 periods, the regulation
will use a timeperiod of 20 minutes. During these 20 minutes the compressor
will be star ted and stopped with this percentage setting. A setting of, say, 40%
will cut out the relay for 8 out of the 20 minutes.
c03
Cutin frequency
Compressor stop at open door
If a digital input is used for a door monitoring function (see definition in section
“Miscellaneous”), the compressor may be stopped when the door is opened.
With the setting YES (ON) the compressor will be stopped.
c04
Cmp out door opn
Compressor relay
Here you can read the relay status,
or you can force-control the output.
In “Manual Control” mode.
Defrost
Defrost
The controller contains a timer function, so that the defrost can star t
periodically, e.g. ever y eight hours.
If defrost is performed at cer tain times of the day, the setting must be made, so
that it fits into this sequence; but the controller could also be provided with a
module containing a real-time clock. If this clock is mounted, defrost can be
star ted at fixed times of the day.
In controllers with a defrost relay you can set whether the defrost is to be made
with electricity or hotgas.
The actual defrost can be stopped based on time, or a temperature sensor may
be placed on the evaporator, so that defrost can be stopped at a temperature
value.
Defrost method
Here you set whether defrost is to be accomplished with electricity or hotgas.
During defrost the defrost relay will be cut in. The setting will have an influence
on the compressor relay’s function during defrost.
When ELECTRICITY is used, the compressor relay will not be activated, but
when GAS is used, the relay will be cut in.
d01
Def. method EL=0
Defrost stop temperature
When a defrost sensor is mounted on the evaporator, defrost can be stopped at
a given temperature.
The temperature value is set. If a defrost sensor has not been mounted, defrost
will be stopped on time basis. See later.
d02
Def. stop temp
Interval between defrost starts
There are two ways of setting the inter val. Either you put the function in pos.
OFF or you set an inter val. Set it in pos OFF if you star t the defrost by means
of input DI or if you mount a real-time Module in the controller.
Inter val: Here you simply set how often defrost is to be star ted.
d03
Defrost inter val
Max. defrost duration
If you have chosen to stop defrost on the basis of temperature, this setting will
be a safety period where defrost will be stopped, if a stop based on
temperature has not already taken place.
If you have chosen stop based on time, this setting will be the defrost time.
d04
Max defrost time
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Time staggering for defrost cutins during start-up
The function is only relevant if you have several refrigeration appliances or
groups where you want the defrost to be staggered. The function is fur thermore
only relevant if you have chosen defrost with interval star t (d03).
The function delays the defrost with the set number of minutes, but only for the
very first defrost after energy has been supplied to the controller.
d05
Time staggering
Drip-off time
Here you set the time that is to elapse from a defrost and until the compressor
is to star t again. (The time when water drips off the evaporator).
d06
Drip-off time
Delay of fan start after defrost
Here you set the time that is to elapse from compressor star t after a defrost and
until the fan may star t again. (The time when water is “tied” to the evaporator).
d07
Fan star t delay
Fan start temperature
The fan may also be star ted a little earlier than mentioned under “Delay of fan
star t after defrost”, if the defrost sensor registers an allowable value. Here you
can set the value at which the fan may star t.
d08
Fan star t temp.
Fan cut in during defrost
Here you can set whether fan is to operate during defrost.
d09
Fan during def.
Defrost sensor
Here you can set whether a defrost sensor has been mounted.
d10
Defrost sensor
Delay of temperature alarm after defrost
During and immediately after a defrost the temperature is “too high”. The “high
temperature alarm” can be suppressed just after a defrost.
Here you set for how long the alarm is to be suppressed.
d11
Def. alarm delay
Delay of display after defrost stop
During and immediately after a defrost the temperature is “too high”. The
display of this “too high temperature” is cancelled during the defrost and can
fur thermore be suppressed right after a defrost.
Here you set for how long the exact measuring is to be suppressed. During and
immediately after a defrost the display will show the temperature measured just
before defrost was star ted.
d12
Delay display
Defrost at power-up
Here you can set whether the controller is to star t with a defrost, if the power
has been cut.
d13
Def. at power up
Defrost star t
Here you can star t a manual defrost
Def. stat/relay
Here you can read the defrost relay
status or you can force-control the
relay in “Manual control” mode.
If you want to see the temperature at the defrost sensor, push the controller’s
lower button.
Defrost temp.
The temperature at the defrost
sensor is shown here.
Fan function
Fan
In addition to the fan functions concerning defrost the fans may also be stopped
as a function of the compressor operation and a possible door function.
Fan stopped at cut-out compressor
Here you can select whether the fan is to be stopped when the compressor is
cut out
F01
Fan stp comp out
Delay of fan stop when compressor is cut out
If you have chosen to stop the fan when the compressor is cut out, you can
delay the fan stop when the compressor has stopped. Here you can set the time
delay.
F02
Fan del comp out
Fan stop at open door
If you have selected the DI-input for monitoring a door switch, you may also
stop the fan when the door is registered open. Select yes or no for the function.
F03
Fan out door opn
Fan relay
Here you can read the fan relay
status, or force-control the relay in
“Manual control” mode.
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Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Delay of output signals at start-up
During star t-up or after a power failure the controller’s functions can be
delayed, so that any overloading of the electric network can be avoided. Here
you can set the time delay.
o01
Delay of output
Digital input signal
The controller has a digital input DI which can be used for one of the following
functions:
1) Door alarm. A door switch is connected and the controller will register when
the DI input is open. The controller will now allow the functions “door alarm”,
“compressor stop at open door” and “fan stop at open door”.
When the time for door alarm ( A04) expires, a failsafe function will enter into
force (compressor and fan will be star ted).
2) Defrost. A switch function with spring return is connected. .The controller will
register when the DI input is cut in.. It will then star t a defrost cycle. If the signal
is received by several controllers, it is impor tant that ALL connections are
mounted identically (DI to DI and GND to GND). It is also a must that each
controller receives power from its own, separate power supply unit.
3) Data communication. If a module with data communication is mounted, the
controller can send the status of the switch function to the data communication
network.
4) Main switch. Star t / stop control.
0) The setting is set at 0 when the DI input is not used.
o02
Di input control
Access code
If the settings in the controller are to be protected by an access code, you can
set a numerical value between 1 and 100. If not, you may cancel the function by
means of setting OFF.
o05
Sensor type
Normally a PT 1000 sensor with great signal accuracy is used. But you may
also use a PTC sensor (R25=1000) in special situations.
When a PT 1000 sensor is used, the temperature will be shown with one
decimal (0.1). If a PTC sensor is used, the temperature will be shown in whole
figures (1).
o06
Sensor type Pt=0
Reset to factor y
If you put this setting in pos. ON,
you reinstate the factor y-set values
Factory setting
If you need to reset the controller and reinstate the factor y-set values, do the
following: Remove the power supply - keep both buttons down at the same time
as you reconnect the power supply.
Dig. input state
Here you can read the status of the
digital input
Address
If the controller is hooked up to a network with data communicationit needs an
address, and the master gateway on the data communication network must
then know this address.
These settings can only be made when a data communication module has
been mounted in the controller and the installation of the data communication
cable has been concluded.
This installation is mentioned in a separate document, “RC.8A.C”.
After installation of a data
communication module the
controller is operated on an equal
footing with the other controllers in
the ADAP-KOOL® refrigeration
controls
The address is set between 1 and 60
o03
The address is transmitted to the gateway when the menu is put in pos. ON.
o04
Real-time clock
The controller can accommodate one inser tion module which may either be a
data communcation module or a real-time clock.
When a data communication module is mounted, the controller may be fitted
with a Danfoss gateway type AKA 243. The operation of the controller can now
be carried out via the data communication. Cf. separate literature.
Real-time clock
With this module you can set up to six individual times for defrost star ts per 24
hours.
t01
I
t06
Hour setting
t07
Minute setting
t08
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Trouble-shooting
Alarms
When there are faults and defects the LED’s at the front will flash, and if it is a
model with an alarm relay, the relay will become activated. If you push the top
button in this situation, you will be able to see the alarm message in the display.
There are two kinds of error repor ts - either an alarm occurring during the daily
operation, or a defect in the installation. Here is a list of the messages that can
appear:
High-temperature alarm
A1
High temp. alarm
Low-temperature alarm
A2
Low temp. alarm
Door alarm
A4
Door alarm
Faults in the controller
E1
Fault in EKC
Cut-out room sensor
E2
Air sensor o.c.
Shor tcircuited room sensor
E3
Air sensor s.c.
Cut-out defrost sensor
E4
Def. sensor o.c.
Shor tcircuited defrost sensor
E5
Def. sensor s.c.
(A-alarms will only become visible when the set time delay has expired. Ealarms will however be visible as soon as the defect occurs).
Alarm destinations
The impor tance of the individual
alarms can be defined by means of
a setting (0, 1, 2 or 3). Cf. the AKM
literature
Operating status
(Measurement)
The controller will experience some control situations where it is simply waiting
for the next stage of the regulation. To make these "why is nothing going on”
situations visible, check the operating status in the display. Push the uppermost
button (1s) briefly. If there is a status code it will be shown in the display.
They mean the following:
EKC state: 0 = regulation
S2: When the compressor is operating, it must run for at least x minutes.
2
S3: When the compressor is stopped, it must remain stopped for at least x
minutes.
3
S4:The evaporator is dripping off and waiting for the time to expire.
4
General
Shown everywhere
Air temperature (measurement)
Air temperature
Manual operation; 0 = normal, 1 = service (relays can be force-controlled).
Manual control
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Data
Supply
voltage
Power
consumption
Panel version
12 V a.c./d.c. +15/-15%
230 V +10/-15%, 50/60 Hz
(cer tain versions)
DIN version
230 V +10/-15%, 50/60 Hz
Panel version
2.5 VA
DIN version
5.0 VA
Transformer
12 V controllers must be connected to separate
transformer of min. 3 VA
Sensors
Pt 1000 ohm or
PTC (R25 = 1000 ohm)
Controller
sensor
system
Measuring range
-60 to +50°C
Accuracy
±0,5°C
for sensor temperature
-35 to +25°C;
±0.1°C
for sensor temperature
-60 to -35°C
+25 to +50°C
Display
LED, three digits (0.1% read-off accuracy in
measuring range)
External
alarm
contact
Standard SPST contact (door alarm)
Electrical
connection
cable
EKC 201 for panel mounting
Panel version
max. 1.5 mm2 multi-core
cable
DIN version
max. 2.5 mm2 multi-core
cable
Controller relay
SPST NO, Imax. = 6 A ohmic/
3 A AC 15* inductive
Defrost relay
SPST NO, Imax. = 6 A ohmic /
3 A AC 15* inductive
Fan motor relay
SPST NO, Imax. = 6 A ohmic/
3 A AC 15* inductive
Alarm relay
SPST NC, Imax. = 4 A ohmic /
1 A AC 15* inductive
Imin. = 1 mA on 100 mV**
Relays
Ambient
Operation
temperature Transpor t
EKC 301 for DIN-rail mounting
Weight: 150 g
Weight: 300 g
0 to +55°C
-40 to +70°C
Panel version
IP 54
DIN version
IP 20
Enclosure
Approvals
*
**
EU low-voltage directive and EMC stipulations on
CE marking are complied with.
LVD-tested to EN 60730-1 and EN 60730-2-9
EMC-tested to EN 50081-1 and EN 50082-1
AC 15 load to EN 60947-5-1
Gold plating ensures make function with small contact loads
Transformer
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Electrial connection
Panel version
Application 1
without alarm relay
DIN version
230 V
12 V
230 V
Application 2
without alarm relay
12 V
230 V
Application 3 and 4
without alarm relay
12 V
230 V
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Panel version
Application 1
with alarm relay
DIN version
230 V
12 V
230 V
Application 2
with alarm relay
12 V
230 V
Application 3 and 4
with alarm relay
12 V
230 V
60 Hz:
If the net frequency is 60 Hz there will be the following limitations:
EKC 201, 12 V: - Cable length between transformer and EKC must be max. 1 m.
- Nothing but the EKC must be connected to the transformer's secondary side
- Cable length between sensors and EKC must be max. 100 m
EKC 301:
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Operation
Display
The values are displayed with three
digits and by means of a setting you
can decide whether they are to be
shown in °C or °F.
You obtain it by pushing the top button
for a couple of seconds -you will then
enter into the row of parameter codes.
Find the parameter code you want to
change and then push the two buttons
simultaneously.
When you have changed the value,
save the new value by pushing the two
buttons simultaneously once more.
Light-emitting diodes on the front
plate
There are up to three LED’s on the
front plate. They signify the following:
gives access to the menu
gives access to changing of values
saves a change
defrost
- Cut-out of alarm relay / see alarm
code
• Push the upper button
- Reading of defrost sensor’s
temperature
• Push the lower button
Briefly:
refrigeration
Forced control
In addition to the normal operation of
the controller you can carry out a
number of forced control functions
which you start in the following manner:
- Manual start or stop of a defrost
• Push the lower button for four
seconds
fan operating
Temperature setting
If it is the temperature setting you want
to change, do not enter into the menu.
Just push the two buttons
simultaneously, and you will be able to
change the temperature reference
when the display responds by flashing.
Buttons
If you want to change a setting, the two
buttons will give you a higher or lower
value depending on which button you
push. But before you can change the
value, you require access to the menu.
What
to do
Read
or
change
room
temp.
setting
Read
or change
parameter
codes
and
settings
Operating the two pushbuttons
Initial
controller
setup
Display
readout
What the controller does automatically
Normal
operation
Room
temp. 1
Set
value
Room
temp.
Normal
operation
(or alarm)
Unknown
codes
and settings
Change
Power off
Room
temp.
Read
defrost
sensor
temp.
Normal
operation
or alarm
Room
temp.
Manually
start of
a defrost
operation
Normal
operation
Room
temp.
Manually
stop of
a defrost
operation
Defrost
operation
Reset
alarm
relay
Alarm
relay
activated
Normal
operation
Room
temp. 2
Normal
operation
(or alarm)
Set
value
Room
temp.
Unknown
settings
Room
temp.
Change
Code
Re-establish
all factory
settings
Change
Room
temp.
Power
on
Room
temp.
All parameter
settings
= factory
settings
Defrost sensor temp.
Room
temp.
Normal
operation
Room
temp.
Normal
operation
Known
codes
and settings
Examples of operations
See the temperatur at the other
controls sensor
1. Push the two buttons simultaneously
See the temperatur at the defrost
sensor
1. Push the lower button
Set of a menu
1. Push the upper button until a
parameter is shown
2. Push one of the buttons and find the
parameter you want to change
3. Push both buttons simultaneously
until the parameter value is shown
4. Push one of the buttons and select
the new value
5. Push both buttons again to conclude
the setting
Defrost operation
Room temp.
Read codes Alarm relay
not
cause of
alarm mode activated
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Room
temp.
Resulting
controller
setup
Room
temp.
Room temp.
Room
temp.
Normal
operation
Room
temp.
Alarm code/
Fault code
Room
temp.
Alarm relay
not
activated
Room
temp.
Alarm code/
Fault code
Room
temp.
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Menu survey
Parameter
codes
Setting and read-off parameters
Controller
application no.
1
2
3
4
Min.
value
Max.
value
-60oC
50oC
Factory
setting 5)
Actual
setting
Normal operation
Temperature controller, Temperature
3 oC
Thermostat
Differential1)
r01
0.1 K
20 K
2K
Max. limitation of set temperature
r02
-59oC
50oC
50 oC
Min. limitation of set temperature
r03
-60oC
49oC
-60oC
Adjustment of temperature indication
r04
-20 K
20 K
0.0 K
Temperature unit (°C/°F)
r05
o
C
Alarm
Upper deviation (above temp. setting + differential 2)
A01
0K
50 K
10 K
Lower deviation (below temp. setting 2)
A02
-50 K
0K
-10 K
Temperature alarm delay
A03
0 min
90 min
30 min
Door alarm delay
A04
0 min
90 min
60 min
Compressor
Min. ON-time
c01
0 min
15 min
0 min
Min. OFF-time
c02
0 min
15 min
0 min
Cut-in frequency on sensor fault 3)
c03
0%
100 %
0%
Compressor stop at open door (yes/no)
c04
no
Defrost
Defrost method (EL/GAS)
d01
Defrost stop temperature
d02
EL
Interval between defrost starts
d03
OFF
48 hour
8 hour
Max. defrost duration
d04
0 min
180 min
45 min
Defrost time delay (after power up)
d05
0 min
60 min
0 min
Drip-off time
d06
0 min
20 min
0 min
Fan start delay after defrost
d07
0 min
20 min
1 min
Fan start temperature
d08
-15oC
0 oC
-5 oC
Fan cut-in during defrost (yes/no)
d09
no
Defrost sensor (yes/no)
d10
yes
0 oC
25oC
6 oC
Temperature alarm delay after defrost
d11
0 min
199 min
90 min
Delay of display view after defrost stop
d12
0 min
15 min
1 min
Defrost at start-up
d13
no
yes
no
0 min
30 min
0 min
Fan
Fan stop on compressor cut-out (yes/no)
F01
Fan stop delay
F02
Fan stop at open door (yes/no)
F03
no
yes
Miscellaneous
Delay of output signal after start-up
o01
Digital input signals 4) (0 = not used, 1 = door alarm,
2 = defrost, 3 = bus, 4 = Main Switch)
o02
Access code
o05
Used sensor type (Pt / PTC)
o06
0s
600 s
5s
0
OFF
100
OFF
Pt/PTC
Real time clock (if fitted)
Six start times for defrost
0
23
OFF
Hour setting
t01- t06
t07
0 hour
23 hour
0 hour
Minute setting
t08
0 min
59 min
0 min
All can be cut out by setting on OFF
Fault code display
Alarm code display
Status code display
E1
Fault in controller
A1
High temperature alarm
S2
ON-time
E2
Disconnected room sensor
A2
Low temperature alarm
S3
OFF-time
E3
Short-circuited room sensor
A4
Door alarm
S4
Drip-off time
E4
Disconnected defrost sensor
E5
Short-circuited defrost sensor
E6
Change battery + Check clock
1
) The compressor relay closes when the room temperature exceeds
the setting value and differential.
) Alarm is released and sensor failure is indicated, if the room
temperature reaches 5°C or more outside the setting range
–60° to +50°C.
3)
After start-up and throughout three days and nights this value is used by
the controller. Afterwards the controller is capable by itself to calculate
the average value of previous cut-in times.
4
) Function possibilities with SPST contact, connected to the
terminals 3 and 4 are the following:
Door alarm: If SPST is cut out, alarm signalling starts and the fan is
stopped, cf. A04 or F03.
Defrost: If SPST is cut in, defrost starts. (However, if d03 is not OFF,
defrost will during contact break down start with the programmed time
intervalles).
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Bus: With installed communication card, the position of the SPST
contacts will be registered in the BUS system.
Main Switch: Start/stop control
5
) Factory settings are indicated for standard units. Other code numbers
have customized settings.
Factory setting
If you need to return to the factory-set values, it can be done in this way:
- Cut out the supply voltage to the controller
- Keep both buttons depressed at the same time as you reconnect the supply
voltage
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Ordering
EKC 201, Controllers for panel mounting
Code no.
Controller + Pt 1000 ohm sensor(s)
Application no.
12 V a.c./d.c.
230 V a.c.
Controller + PTC sensor(s)
12 V a.c. / d.c.
230 V a.c.
without
with
without
with
without
with
without
with
alarm relay alarm relay alarm relay alarm relay alarm relay alarm relay alarm relay alarm relay
1
084B7025
084B7028
084B7605
084B7608
2
084B7026
084B7029
084B7606
084B7609
3
084B7027
084B7030
084B7607
084B7610
4
084B7027
084B7030
084B7607
084B7610
084B7031 084B7032
084B7611 084B7612
EKC 301, controllers for DIN-rail mounting
Code no.
Application no.
Controller + Pt 1000
ohm sensor(s)
Controller + PTC
sensor(s)
230 V a.c.
230 V a.c.
without
with
without
with
alarm relay alarm relay alarm relay alarm relay
1
084B7033
084B7036
084B7613
084B7616
2
084B7034
084B7037
084B7614
084B7617
3
084B7035
084B7038
084B7615
084B7618
4
084B7035
084B7038
084B7615
084B7618
Accessories
Plug-in modules
Code no.
Description
Type
EKC 201
EKC 301
12 V
230 V
084B7070
Real time clock
EKA 172
084B7070
Bus communications card FTT *)
EKA 173
084B7125
Bus communication card RS 485 *)
EKA 175
084B7126
*)
084B7071
084B7092
084B7126
084B7093
See installation guide for data communication, RC.8A.C
Transformer, 230/12 V
Code no. 084B7090
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Data communication
This page contains a description of a few of the extra
functions you obtain, if the controller is extended with data
communication.
Example
Each controller is provided
with an insertion module.
This cable is also connected
to a gateway type AKA 243.
The gateway can now be
connected to a modem.
The controllers are
subsequently connected
with a two-core cable.
This gateway will now
control the communication to
and from the controllers.
When there is an alarm from
one of the controllers, the
gateway will via the modem
call up the service company.
Up to 60 controllers can be
connected to one cable.
It will collect temperature
values, and it will receive
alarms.
At the service company a
modem, gateway and PC
with system software type
AKM have been installed.
All the controller’s functions
can now be operated from
the different menu pictures.
The programme will for
instance upload all the
collected temperature values
once a day.
When there is an alarm, the
alarm relay will be activated
for two minutes.
Example on menu pictures
Alarms
If the controller is extended
with data communication, it
will be possible to define the
importance of the transmitted alarms.
The importance is defined
with the setting: 1, 2, 3 or 0.
When the alarm then arises
at some time, it will result in
one of the following activities:
• Measurements are shown
at one side and settings at
the other.
• With a simple change-over
the values can also be
shown in a trend diagram.
• You will also be able to see
the parameter names of
the functions on page 4-8.
• If you wish to check earlier
temperature measurements, you can see them
in the log collection.
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1 = Alarm
The alarm message is sent
off with alarm status 1. This
means that the gateway with
address 125 in the system
will have its alarm relay
output activated for two
minutes. Later, when the
alarm ceases, the alarm text
will be retransmitted, but
now with status value 0.
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2 = Message
The alarm text is transmitted
with status value 2. Later,
when the “message” lapses,
the alarm text is
retransmitted, but now with
status value 0.
3 = Alarm
As “1”, but the master
gateway’s relay output is not
activated.
0 = Suppressed information
The alarm text is stopped at
the controller. It is transmitted nowhere.
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List of literature
Technical brochure
RD.8A.E
Contains the general informations from this manual.
Instructions
RI.8A.E
Here you can see how controllers are mounted and programmed.
Installation guide for extended operation RC.8A.C
Here you can see how a data communication connection to ADAP-KOOL® can be established.
Refrigeration controls with EKC LonWorks®.
RC-ET
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