ZL electronics Technology 900C User manual

ZL electronics Technology 900C User manual
Digital Controller
REX-C100/C400/C410/C700/C900
1. PRODUCT CHECK
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
C100
(1) (2) (3)
IMNZC21-E1
Thank you for purchasing the RKC instrument. In order to achieve maximum performance
and ensure proper operation of your new instrument, carefully read all the instructions
in this manual. Please place this manual in a convenient location for easy reference.
NOTICE
• This manual assumes that the reader has a fundamental knowledge
of the principles of electricity, process control, computer technology
and communications.
• The figures, diagrams and numeric values used in this manual are
only for purpose of illustration.
• RKC is not responsible for any damage or injury that is caused as a
result of using this instrument, instrument failure or indirect damage.
• Periodic maintenance is required for safe and proper operation of
this instrument. Some components have a limited service life, or
characteristics that change over time.
• Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy of all information
contained herein. RKC makes no warranty expressed or implied,
with respect to the accuracy of the information. The information in
this manual is subject to change without prior notice.
• No portion of this document may be reprinted, modified, copied,
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All Rights Reserved, Copyright  2004, RKC INSTRUMENT INC.
®
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(6)(7)
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(6) (7)
F: PID action with autotuning (Reverse action)
D: PID action with autotuning (Direct action)
W: Heat/cool PID action with autotuning (Water cooling) 1
A : Heat/cool PID action with autotuning (Air cooling) 1
(2) Input type, (3) Range code
See “9. INPUT RANGE TABLE.”
(4) First control output [OUT1] (Heat-side)
M: Relay contact
8: Current (4 to 20 mA DC)
V: Voltage pulse
G: Trigger (for triac driving) 2
(5) Second control output [OUT2] (Cool-side)
3
No symbol: When control action is F or D.
M: Relay contact
V: Voltage pulse
8: Current (4 to 20 mA DC)
(6) Alarm 1 [ALM1], (7) Alarm 2 [ALM2]
N:
A:
B:
C:
D:
E:
No alarm
Deviation high alarm
Deviation low alarm
Deviation high/low alarm
Band alarm
Deviation high alarm
with hold action
F: Deviation low alarm
with hold action
G: Deviation high/low alarm
CAUTION
• This is a Class A instrument. In a domestic environment, this
instrument may cause radio interference, in which case the user
may be required to take adequate measures.
• This instrument is protected from electric shock by reinforced
insulation. Provide reinforced insulation between the wire for the
input signal and the wires for instrument power supply, source of
power and loads.
• Be sure to provide an appropriate surge control circuit respectively
for the following:
- If input/output or signal lines within the building are longer than 30
meters.
- If input/output or signal lines leave the building, regardless the
length.
• This instrument is designed for installation in an enclosed
instrumentation panel. All high-voltage connections such as power
supply terminals must be enclosed in the instrumentation panel to
avoid electric shock by operating personnel.
• All precautions described in this manual should be taken to avoid
damage to the instrument or equipment.
• All wiring must be in accordance with local codes and regulations.
• All wiring must be completed before power is turned on to prevent
electric shock, instrument failure, or incorrect action. The power
must be turned off before repairing work for input break and output
failure including replacement of sensor, contactor or SSR, and all
wiring must be completed before power is turned on again.
• To prevent instrument damage of failure, protect the power line and
the input/output lines from high currents with a protection device
such as fuse, circuit breaker, etc.
• Prevent metal fragments or lead wire scraps from falling inside
instrument case to avoid electric shock, fire or malfunction.
• Tighten each terminal screw to the specified torque found in the
manual to avoid electric shock, fire or malfunction.
• For proper operation of this instrument, provide adequate
ventilation for heat dispensation.
• Do not connect wires to unused terminals as this will interfere with
proper operation of the instrument.
• Turn off the power supply before cleaning the instrument.
• Do not use a volatile solvent such as paint thinner to clean the
instrument. Deformation or discoloration will occur. Use a soft, dry
cloth to remove stains from the instrument.
• To avoid damage to instrument display, do not rub with an abrasive
material or push front panel with a hard object.
• Do not connect modular connectors to telephone line.
(4)
C400
C410
C700
C900 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
(1) Control action
WARNING
• An external protection device must be installed if failure of this
instrument could result in damage to the instrument, equipment or
injury to personnel.
• All wiring must be completed before power is turned on to prevent
electric shock, fire or damage to instrument and equipment.
• This instrument must be used in accordance with the specifications
to prevent fire or damage to instrument and equipment.
• This instrument is not intended for use in locations subject to
flammable or explosive gases.
• Do not touch high-voltage connections such as power supply
terminals, etc. to avoid electric shock.
• RKC is not responsible if this instrument is repaired, modified or
disassembled by other than factory-approved personnel.
Malfunction can occur and warranty is void under these conditions.
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H:
J:
K:
L:
P:
S:
R:
Process high alarm
Process low alarm
Process high alarm with hold action
Process low alarm with hold action
Heater break alarm (CTL-6) 4
Heater break alarm (CTL-12) 4
Control loop break alarm 5
with hold action
1
C100 cannot be specified in Heat/cool PID action.
2
For the C100, when control output is trigger output for triac driving, only the
ALM1 is available.
3
For the C100, there is no second control output.
4
Heater break alarm cannot be specified in case of ALM1. Also, it isn’t possible
to specify when control output is current output.
5
As control loop break alarm, only either the ALM1 or ALM2 is selected.
Check that power supply voltage is also the same as that
specified when ordering.
<Accessories>
Mounting brackets (C100/C400/C410/C700/C900): 2
Instruction manual (IMNZC21-E1):
1
2. MOUNTING
2.1 Mounting Cautions
(1) This instrument is intended to be used under the following
environmental conditions. (IEC61010-1)
[OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY II, POLLUTION DEGREE 2]
(2) Use this instrument within the following ambient temperature and
ambient humidity.
• Allowable ambient temperature: 0 to 50 °C
• Allowable ambient humidity:
45 to 85 % RH
(3) Avoid the following when selecting the mounting location.
• Rapid changes in ambient temperature which may cause
condensation.
• Corrosive or inflammable gases.
• Direct vibration or shock to the mainframe.
• Water, oil, chemicals, vapor or steam splashes.
• Excessive dust, salt or iron particles.
• Excessive induction noise, static electricity, magnetic fields or noise.
• Direct air flow from an air conditioner.
• Exposure to direct sunlight.
• Excessive heat accumulation.
RKC INSTRUMENT INC.
2.2 Dimensions
C100
2.3 Mounting procedures
8
When the controllers are mounted on
panel with 1 to 5 mm in thickness
44
(Unit: mm)
48
Since the mounting brackets are already
installed on the controller, insert the
controller into the panel front without
removal of the brackets.
+ 0.6
0
+ 0.6
45 0
When the controllers are mounted on
panel with 5 to 9 mm in thickness
25
45
44
(53)
25
48
Mounting bracket
C100
100
43
C400
Mounting bracket
Remove the mounting brackets from the
controller with a slotted screwdriver.
Engage each mounting bracket with holes
marked with 5-9 on the housing and then
insert the controller into the panel from the
panel front.
Hole for 5 to 9 mm
Hole for 1 to 5 mm
(Unit: mm)
12
48
100
25
45
C400/C410/C700/C900
+0.6
0
+0.8
0
92
2.
3.
30
91
100
96
1.
C410
12
4.
100
5.
91
100
(Unit: mm)
96
C900 is used in the above figures for explanation, but the same
mounting procedures also apply to C400/C410/C700.
92
+0.8
0
3. WIRING
25 45
43
+0.6
0
30
48
Prepare the panel cutout as
specified in 2.2 Dimensions.
Bracket
Insert the instrument through Insertion
setscrew
recess
the panel cutout.
Insert an upper mounting bracket
along the bracket insertion groove
from the back, and then engage a
projection at the bracket end with
Bracket
insertion
a recess at the groove front and
groove
Slot
also insert metal fitting legs into
slots.
Tighten a bracket setscrew from the rear of the bracket with Phillips
screwdriver. Do not overtighten the bracket setscrew.
The other mounting bracket should be installed the same way described
in 3. and 4.
!
WARNING
To prevent electric shock or instrument failure, do not
turn on the power until all the wiring is completed.
C700
67.6
(Unit: mm)
25
68
+0.7
0
+0.7
0
100
68
30
72
67.6
77
12
72
3.1 Wiring Cautions
C900
Instrument power
91
(Unit: mm)
• For thermocouple input, use the appropriate compensation wire.
• For RTD input, use low resistance lead wire with no difference in resistance
between the three lead wires.
• To avoid noise induction, keep input signal wire away from instrument
power line, load lines and power lines of other electric equipment.
• If there is electrical noise in the vicinity of the instrument that could affect
operation, use a noise filter.
- Shorten the distance between the twisted power supply wire pitches to
achieve the most effective noise reduction.
- Always install the noise filter on a grounded panel. Minimize the wiring
distance between the noise filter output and the instrument power supply
terminals to achieve the most effective noise reduction.
- Do not connect fuses or switches to the noise filter output wiring as this will
reduce the effectiveness of the noise filter.
Twist these liadwires
IN
+0.8
0
92
25
100
30
12
91
(100)
96
96
Shorten distance between
pitches
+0.8
92 0
Panel thickness: 1 to 5 mm or 5 to 9 mm (C100)
1 to 8 mm (C400/C410/C700/C900)
2
Noise filter
OUT
Minimize
distance
Instrument
Power
terminals
• Power supply wiring must be twisted and have a low voltage drop.
• About 5 to 6 seconds are required as preparation time for contact output
every time the instrument is turned on. Use a delay relay when the output
line, is used for an external interlock circuit.
• This instrument is not furnished with a power supply switch or fuses.
Therefore, if a fuse or power supply switch is required, install close to the
instrument.
- Fuse type: Time-lag fuse
- Recommended fuse rating: Rated voltage 250 V
Rated current: 1 A
• For an instrument with 24 V power supply, supply power from a SELV
circuit.
IMNZC21-E1
3.2 Terminal Configuration
C100
Alarm output
Relay contact
Power supply
1
Alarm 1 or
Control loop
break alarm
1
ALM1
Alarm 2, Heater break
alarm or Control loop
break alarm
2
NO
ALM2
3
NO
Control output
Trigger for
triac drive
OUT
T1
+
4
5
−
7
3
8
4
9
5
11 12 10
11
5
5
L
6
7
+
DC
100−240V
7
N
AC L
6
24V
24V
7
−
N
• Terminals which are not used according to
the controller type are all removed.
• When control output is trigger output for triac
driving, the number of alarm output points
becomes 1.
• Use the solderless terminal appropriate to
the screw size.
Screw size:
M3 x 6
Recommended tightening torque:
0.4 N m [4 kgf cm]
Maximum allowance: 0.7 N m [7 kgf cm]
Input
Current
transformer
4
AC
6
TC input
8
RTD input
+
8
12
A
Voltage/Current
+
8
RTD
TC
9 −
NO
OUT
G
2
OUT
4
6
CT input
Voltage pulse/ Relay contact
Current
3
T2
13 14
CT
9
B
10
B
9 −
6.2 mm (0.24 inch) or less
NO: Normally open
C400, C410, C900
Ground
1
Power supply
AC
L
+
DC
2
24V
24V
N
3
− 3
Voltage pulse/ Relay contact
Current
6
T1
+
7
OUT
7
7
8
N
− 8
F, D action types
NC
5
3
−
6
+
7
OUT1
L
+
DC
2
15
7
2
N
3
OUT
T1
+
7
OUT
G
8
7
+
7
OUT
7
− 8
F, D action types
NC
8
16
A
15
−
16 +
15
10
4
CT input
17
11
5
18
Current
transformer input
6
19
12
7
20
13
L
AC
2
接点
3
N
5
6
7
8
− 8
W, A action types
Relay contact
8
TC input
12
−
RTD input
11
B
12
B
RTD
13
A
TC
13 +
9
10
20
13 +
Relay contact output:
250 V AC, 1A (Resistive load)
Electrical life: 50,000 times or more
(Rated load)
Heater break alarm function:
Measured current:
0 to 30 A (CTL-6-P-N)
0 to 100 A (CTL-12-S56-10L-N)
Input rating: Maximum current rating: 120 mA
Input impedance: Approx. 2.5 Ω
ON/OFF, P, PI, or PD actions is available Display accuracy
(at the ambient temperature 23 °C ± 2 °C):
Control output:
Thermocouple:
Relay contact output: 250 V AC, 3A (Resistive load)
± (0.5 % of display value + 1 digit) or ± 3 °C [6 °F]
Electrical life:
Whichever is greater
300,000 times or more (Rated load)
R and S input: 0 to 399 °C [0 to 799 °F]:
Voltage pulse output: 0/12 V DC
± 6 °C [12 °F]
(Load resistance 600 Ω or more)
B input:
0 to 399 °C [0 to 799 °F]:
Current output: 4 to 20 mA DC
Accuracy is not guaranteed.
(Load resistance 600 Ω or less)
Trigger output (for triac driving):
RTD:
± (0.5 % of display value + 1 digit)
Zero cross method for medium capacity
or ± 0.8 °C [1.6 °F]
triac driving (100 A or less)
whichever is greater
Load voltage used:
Voltage/Current: ± (0.5 % of span + 1 digit)
100 V AC line, 200 V AC line
Load used: Resistive load
IMNZC21-E1
NO
Screw size: M3 x 6
Terminals Nos. 1 to 10
(Power terminals, Alarm
terminals and Output terminals)
Alarm output:
Performance:
Alarm 2, Heater break
alarm or Control loop
break alarm
• Terminals which are not used according to
the controller type are all removed.
• Use the solderless terminal appropriate to the
screw size.
Recommended tightening torque:
0.4 N m [4 kgf cm]
Maximum allowance: 1.0 N m [10 kgf cm]
Voltage/Current
−
NO
ALM2
CT
12
Alarm 1 or
Control loop
break alarm
ALM1
19
Input
OUT1
NO
NO
Alarm output
16
Input type:
Thermocouple: K, J, R, S, B, E, T, N, PLII,
W5Re/W26Re, U, L
Input impedance: Approx. 1 MΩ
RTD:
Pt100, JPt100
Voltage:
0 to 5 V DC, 1 to 5 V DC
Input impedance: 250 kΩ or more
Current:
0 to 20 mA DC, 4 to 20 mA DC
Input impedance: Approx. 250 Ω
Sampling cycle: 0.5 seconds
See Input range table
Input range:
Control method: PID control
B
RTD
Voltage/Current
3
Specifications
Input:
15
Alarm 2, Heater break
alarm or Control loop
break alarm
• Terminals which are not used according to the
controller type are all removed.
• An example of the C900 is described here, the
same wiring examples also apply to C400/C410.
(Terminal numbers 17 to 24 are not provided for
C400/C410.)
• Use the solderless terminal appropriate to the
screw size.
Screw size:
M3 x 8
Recommended tightening torque:
0.4 N m [4 kgf cm]
Maximum allowance: 1.0 N m [10 kgf cm]
Power supply
OUT1
NO
11
13
9
NO
6
CT
8
5
−
B
NO
ALM2
14
OUT2
6
14
10
12
2
Control output
6
T2
14
15
16
Alarm 1 or
Control loop
break alarm
ALM1
8.1 mm (0.32 inch) or less
Voltage pulse/ Relay contact
Current
OUT2
Voltage pulse/ Relay contact
Current
−
16 +
100−240V
+
Trigger for
triac drive
9
Current
transformer input
1
− 3
NO: Normally open
NC: Normally closed
Relay contact
CT input
12
13
RTD input
TC
リレ
24V
Alarm output
9
10
11
Ground
1
24V
21
22
23
24
NO
C700
AC
5
6
7
8
TC input
6
8
− 8
W, A action types
8
17
18
19
20
Input
5
NO
OUT1
NO
OUT
G
2
100−240V
OUT2
6
OUT
L
Voltage pulse/ Relay contact
Current
OUT2
+
T2
AC
Control output
NO: Normally open
NC: Normally closed
Trigger for
triac drive
2
1
2
3
4
Screw size: M3 x 8
Terminals Nos. 11 to 13
(Input terminals)
6.2 mm (0.24 inch)
or less
8.1 mm (0.32 inch)
or less
Memory backup:
Backed up by Nonvolatile Memory
Number of write times:
Approx. 100,000 times
Data storage period:
Approx. 10 years
Power:
Power supply voltage:
85 to 264 V AC (Power supply voltage
range), 50/60 Hz
Rating: 100 to 240 V AC
21.6 to 26.4 V AC (Power supply
voltage range), 50/60 Hz
Rating: 24 V AC
21.6 to 26.4 V DC (Power supply
voltage range)
Rating: 24 V DC
Power consumption:
6 VA max. (at 100 V AC)
9 VA max. (at 240 V AC)
6 VA max. (at 24 V AC)
145 mA max. (at 24 V DC)
Weight:
C100:
C700:
C400/C410:
C900:
Approx. 170 g
Approx. 250 g
Approx. 260 g
Approx. 340 g
3
4. PARTS DESCRIPTION
C100
C400
(1)
ALM1
ALM2
OUT
PV
OUT1
(1)
SV
(2)
AT
(1)
(3)
PV
C410
C700, C900
(3)
PV
PV
ALM1
OUT2
ALM2
(1)
AT
SV
SV
(2)
SET
SET
SV
(2)
REX-C410
REX-C100
OUT1
AT
ALM1
OUT2
(3) (4) (5) (6) (7)
(3)
ALM2
(4)
(2)
(5) (6) (7)
OUT2
OUT1
AT
ALM1
(3)
ALM2
(4)
SET
SET
REX-C900
REX-C400
(4)
(5) (6) (7)
(1) Measured value (PV) display [Green]
Displays PV or various parameter symbols.
(2) Set value (SV) display [Orange]
Displays SV or various parameter set values (or
CT input value).
(3) Indication lamps
Alarm output lamps (ALM1, ALM2) [Red]
ALM1: Lights when alarm 1 output is turned on.
ALM2: Lights when alarm 2 output is turned on.
(5)
Autotuning (AT) lamp [Green]
Flashes when autotuning is activated.
(After autotuning is completed: AT lamp
will become OFF)
(4) SET (Set key)
Used for parameter calling up
and set value registration.
Control output lamps
(OUT1 [Yellow], OUT2 [Green])
OUT1: Lights when control output is
turned on.*
OUT2: Lights when cool-side control
output is turned on.
(5)
(Shift key)
Shift digits when settings are
changed.
(6)
(7)
(6)
(DOWN key)
Decrease numerals.
(7)
(UP key)
Increase numerals.
To avoid damage to the instrument,
never use a sharp object to press keys.
5. SETTING
5.1 Operation Menu
Parameter Setting Mode
This mode is used to set the parameters such as alarms, PID constants, etc. (See 5.2 Parameter List.)
The following parameter symbols are displayed as the SET key is pressed.
Power ON
Input type and Input range Display
Automatically
(in 4 sec.)
Press
the SET key
for 2 seconds.
PV/SV Display Mode
The controller will display the measured
value (PV) and the set value (SV).
Current transformer
(CT) input value
monitor
(CT)
(LbA)
SET key
Alarm 1 set value
(ALM1)
(AL1)
SV Setting Mode
(AL2)
This is the mode used to set the SV.
PV
SV
Press
the SET key
for 2 seconds.
SV setting
Factory set value:
Alarm 2 set value
(ALM2)
Heater break alarm
(HBA) set value
(HbA)
0 °C [°F] or 0.0 °C [°F]
This instrument returns to the PV/SV
display mode if no key operation is
performed for more than one minute.
SET key
Deadband *
(db)
SET key
Autotuning (AT)
(ATU)
(Ar)
SET key
SET key
SET key
Derivative time
(D)
(Lbd)
(P)
(Pc)
SET key
LBA deadband
SET key
Cool-side
proportioning
band *
Integral time
(I)
SET key
SET key
Press the SET key
Control loop break
alarm (LBA) time
Proportional
band
(T)
SET key
Anti-reset
windup
(t)
SET key
SET key
Heat-side
proportioning
Set data lock
(LCK)
SET key
SET key
Cool-side
proportioning
cycle *
SET key
Return to the first parameter
* These parameter are not displayed
Parameters which are not related to existing
functions on the controller are not displayed.
in C100 controller.
Input type and input range display
This instrument immediately confirms the input type symbol and input range following power ON.
Example: When sensor type of input is K thermocouple.
* Input Type Symbol Table
Symbol
PV
Automatically
SV
PV
Input range high
SV
Input range low
Symbol
Thermocouple (TC)
Input type
Input type symbol *
K J R S B E T N PL II
Unit for input and SV display
(Celsius: °C, Fahrenheit: °F, Voltage/current input: no character shown)
RTD
W5Re/
W26Re
U L
JPt
100
Pt
100
Voltage Current
input
input
5.2 Parameter List
The following parameter symbols are displayed as the SET key is pressed.
Parameter symbols which are not related to existing functions on the controller are not displayed.
Symbol
Name
Setting range
Current
0.0 to 100.0 A
transformer (CT)
[Display only]
input value monitor
Temperature input:
Alarm 1 set value
Deviation alarm, Process alarm:
(ALM1)
−1999 to +9999 °C [°F] or
−199.9 to +999.9 ° C [°F]
Alarm 2 set value
Voltage/current inputs:
(ALM2)
Deviation alarm: −199.9 to +200.0 %
Process alarm: −199.9 to +300.0 %
4
Description
Display input value from the current transformer.
[Displayed only when the instrument has the
heater break alarm]
Set the alarm 1 set value and alarm 2 set
value.
For the alarm action type, see page 7.
Alarm differential gap:
Temperature input:
2 or 2.0 °C [°F]
Voltage/current inputs: 0.2 % of span
Factory set value
Temperature input:
50 (50.0)
Voltage/current inputs:
5.0
IMNZC21-E1
Symbol
Description
Factory set value
0.0 to 100.0 A
Heater break
alarm (HBA) set
value 1
Control loop break 0.1 to 200.0 minutes
alarm (LBA) time 2
Name
Setting range
Alarm value is set by referring to input value
from the current transformer (CT).
Used only for single-phase.
Set control loop break alarm set value.
0.0
LBA deadband 3
Temperature input:
0 to 9999 °C [°F]
Voltage/current inputs:
0 to 100 % of span
Autotuning (AT)
0: AT end or cancel
1: AT start or execution
Set the area of not outputting LBA.
No LBA deadband functions with 0 set.
Differential gap :
Temperature input:
0.8 °C [°F ]
Voltage/current inputs: 0.8 % of span
Turns the autotuning ON/OFF.
Proportional band
Temperature input:
1 (0.1) to span
0.1 °C [°F] resolution:
Within 999.9 °C [°F]
Voltage/current inputs:
0.1 to 100.0 % of span
0
0
Anti-reset windup
(ARW)
Heat-side
proportioning
cycle
1 to 100 % of heat-side proportional
band (0 %: Integral action OFF)
1 to 100 seconds
(Not displayed if the control output is
current output.)
Set when PI, PD or PID control is performed.
Heat/cool PID action: Proportional band
setting on the heat-side.
ON/OFF action control when set to 0 (0.0).
ON/OFF action differential gap:
Temperature input:
2 (0.2) °C [°F ]
Voltage/current inputs: 0.2 % of span
Set the time of integral action to eliminate the
offset occurring in proportional control.
Set the time of derivative action to improve
control stability by preparing for output
changes.
Overshooting and undershooting are
restricted by the integral effect.
Set control output cycle.
Heat/cool PID action:
Heat-side proportioning cycle
Cool-side
proportional band
1 to 1000 % of heat-side
proportional band
Set cool-side proportional band when
heat/cool PID action.
Deadband
Temperature input:
−10 to +10 °C [°F] or
−10.0 to +10.0 °C [°F]
Voltage/current inputs:
−10.0 to +10.0 % of span
1 to 100 seconds
(Not displayed if the control output is
current output.)
0100: No set data locked
(All parameters changeable)
0101: Set data locked
(All parameters locked)
0110: Only the set value (SV) is
changeable with the set data
locked
Set control action deadband between
heat-side and cool-side proportional bands.
Minus (−) setting results in overlap.
Integral time
Derivative time
Cool-side
proportioning
cycle
Set data lock
(LCK)
1 to 3600 seconds
(0 second: PD action)
1 to 3600 seconds
(0 second: PI action)
1
Heater Break Alarm (HBA) function
The HBA function monitors the current flowing through the load by a
dedicated current transformer (CT), compares the measured value with
the HBA set value, and detects a fault in the heating circuit.
Low or No current flow (Heater break, malfunction of the control
device, etc.):
When the control output is ON and the current transformer input value is
equal to or less than the heater break determination point for the preset
number of consecutive sampling cycle, an alarm is activated.
Over current or short-circuit:
When the control output is OFF and the current transformer input value is
equal to or greater than the heater break determination point for the
preset number of consecutive sampling cycle, an alarm is activated.
Precaution for HBA setting:
• Displayed only for when HBA is selected as Alarm 2.
• HBA is not available on a current output.
• Set the set value to approximately 85 % of the maximum reading of the
CT input.
• Set the set value to a slightly smaller value to prevent a false alarm if
the power supply may become unstable.
• When more than one heater is connected in parallel, it may be
necessary to increase the HBA set value to detect a single heater
failure.
• When the current transformer is not connected or the HBA set value is
set to “0.0”, the HBA is turned on.
8.0
Temperature input:
30 (30.0)
Voltage/current inputs:
3.0
240
60
100
Relay contact output: 20
Voltage pulse output/
Trigger output for triac
driving: 2
100
0 or 0.0
Set control cool-side output cycle for
heat/cool PID action.
Relay contact output: 20
Voltage pulse output: 2
Performs set data change enable/disable.
0100
Precaution for LBA setting:
• Displayed only for when LBA is selected as Alarm 1 or Alarm 2.
• No control loop break alarm can be used at heat/cool PID control
action.
• The LBA function can not be activated when AT function is turned on.
• The LBA function is activated when control output reaches 0 % or
100 %. The time required for the LBA output to turn on includes both
the time from the initial occurrence of loop failure and the LBA setting
time. Recommended setting for LBA is for the set value of the LBA to
be twice the value of the integral time (I).
• If LBA setting time does not match the controlled object requirements,
the LBA selling time should be lengthened.
If setting time is not correct, the LBA will malfunction by turning on or
off at inappropriate times or not turning on at all.
3
LBA Deadband function
The LBA may malfunction due to external disturbances. To prevent
malfunctioning due to external disturbance, LBA deadband (LBD) sets a
neutral zone in which LBA is not activated. When the measured value
(PV) is within the LBD area, LBA will not be activated. If the LBD setting
is not correct, the LBA will not work correctly.
LBD differential gap*
Alarm area
A
Non-alarm area
B
Alarm area
Low
2
Control Loop Break Alarm (LBA) function
The LBA function is used to detect a load (heater) break or a failure in the
external actuator (power controller, magnet relay, etc.), or a failure in the
control loop caused by an input (sensor) break. The LBA function is
activated when control output reaches 0 % or 100 %. LBA monitors
variation of the measured value (PV) for the length of LBA time. When
the LBA time has elapsed and the PV is still within the alarm
determination range, the LBA will be ON.
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High
Set value (SV)
A: During temperature rise: Alarm area
During temperature fall: Non-alarm area
B: During temperature rise: Non-alarm area
* TC and RTD inputs: 0.8 °C [°F] (fixed)
LBD set value
B: During temperature rise: Non-alarm area
During temperature fall: Alarm area
Voltage/Current inputs: 0.8 % of span (fixed)
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5.3 Changing Parameter Settings
6.3 Autotuning (AT) Function
Procedures to change parameter settings are shown below.
Autotuning (AT) automatically measures, calculates and sets the optimum PID
and LBA constants. The following conditions are necessary to carry out
autotuning and the conditions which will cause the autotuning to stop.
Caution for using the Autotuning (AT)
When a temperature change (UP and/or Down) is 1 ° C or less per
minute during Autotuning, Autotuning may be cancelled before
calculating PID values. In that case, adjust the PID values
manually. It is possible to happen when the set value is around
the ambient temperature or is close to the maximum temperature
achieved by the load.
„Requirements for AT start
Start the autotuning when all following conditions are satisfied:
• Prior to starting the AT function, end all the parameter settings other than PID
and LBA.
• Confirm the LCK function has not been engaged.
When the autotuning is finished, the controller will automatically
returns to PID control.
„Requirements for AT cancellation
The autotuning is canceled if any of the following conditions exist.
• When the set value (SV) is changed.
• When the PV bias value is changed.
• When the PV becomes abnormal due to burnout.
• When the power is turned off.
• When power failure longer than 20 ms occurs.
If the AT is canceled, the controller immediately changes to PID
control. The PID values will be the same as before AT was activated.
When AT is completed, the controller immediately changes to PID
control. If the control system does not allow the AT cycling process,
set each PID constant manually to meet the needs of the application.
To store a new value for the parameter, always press the SET key.
The display changes to the next parameter and the new value will be stored.
− A new value will not be stored without pressing SET key after the new
value is displayed on the display.
− After a new value has been displayed by using the UP and DOWN keys,
the SET key must be pressed within one minute, or the new value is not
stored and the display will return to the PV/SV monitor screen.
z
Change the set value (SV)
Change the set value (SV) from 0 ° C to 200 ° C
1. Select the SV setting mode
Press the SET key at PV/SV monitor screen until SV setting screen is displayed.
PV
PV
PV/SV monitor display SV
(PV/SV display mode)
SV
SV setting display
(SV setting mode)
2. Shift the high-lighted digit
Press the shift key to high-light the hundreds digit.
The high-lighted digit indicates which digit can be set.
PV
PV
SV
SV
3. Change the set value
Press the UP key to change the number to 2.
PV
PV
SV
SV
4. Store the set value
Press the SET key to store the new set value. The display returns to the
PV/SV monitor screen.
PV
PV
SV
SV
7. INITIAL SETTING
!
PV/SV monitor display
(PV/SV display mode)
表
ド
z
Change parameters other than the set value (SV)
The changing procedures are the same as those of example 2 to 4 in the
above "z Change the set value (SV)". Pressing the SET key after the setting
end shifts to the next parameter. When no parameter setting is required, return
the instrument to the PV/SV display mode.
6. OPERATION
CAUTIONS
7.1 Go to Initialization Mode
1.
2.
3.
4.
zAll mounting and wiring must be completed before the power is turned
on. If the input signal wiring is disconnected or short-circuited (RTD
input only), the instrument determines that burnout has occurred.
Turn on the power to this controller. The instrument goes to the PV/SV
display after confirming input type symbol and input range.
Press the SET key for five seconds to go to the Parameter Setting Mode
from the PV/SV display.
Press the SET key until “LCK” (Set Data Lock display) will be displayed.
The high-lighted digit indicates which digit can be set. Press shift key to
high-light the hundreds digit. (The
section in each image of the
controller shows the digits which are not high-lighted.)
PV
− Displays:
Thermocouple input, RTD input (when input break)
• Upscale:
• Downscale: Thermocouple input (specify when ordering),
RTD input (when short-circuited),
Voltage input (1 to 5 V DC), Current input (4 to 20 mA DC)
• For the voltage (0 to 5 V DC) or current (0 to 20 mA DC) input, the
display becomes indefinite (display of about zero value).
− Outputs:
• Control output: OFF (Heat/Cool control: the control output on
both heat-side and cool-side is turned off)
• Alarm output: Both of the Alarm 1 and Alarm 2 outputs of this
instrument are turned on when burnout occurs
regardless of any of the following actions taken. (High
alarm, low alarm, etc.) In addition, when used for any
purposes other than these alarms (event, etc.), specify
the Z-124 specification (not to be forcibly turned on).
zA power failure of 20 ms or less will not affect the control action.
When a power failure of more than 20 ms occurs, the instrument
assumes that the power has been turned off. When power returns,
the controller will retain the conditions that existed prior to shut down.
zThe alarm hold action is activated when not only the power is
turned on, but also the SV is changed.
6.1 Operating Precautions
(1) All mounting and wiring must be completed before the power is turned on.
(2) The settings for the SV and all parameters should be appropriate for the
controlled object.
(3) A power supply switch is not furnished with this instrument. It is ready to
operate as soon as the power is turned on.
6.2 Set Data Lock (LCK) Function
Parameters which can be changed
All parameters [Factory set value]
No parameters [All Locked]
SV
Parameters protected by Set Data Lock function are still displayed for
monitoring.
6
Set data lock function display
SV
5.
Press the DOWN key to change 1 to 0.
PV
Set value
0: Initialization mode unlocked
1: Initialization mode locked
SV
6.
Press the SET key to store the new set value. The display goes to the
next parameter, and the Initialization mode is unlocked.
PV
CT1 input value display
SV
7.
The parameter displayed varies
on the instrument specification.
Press the shift key for five seconds while pressing the SET key to go to
the Initialization Mode. When the controller goes to the Initialization Mode,
“SL1” will be displayed.
CT1 input value
display
PV
PV
SV
SV
Initialize code
selection display
of initialization
mode
If the control is set to the initial set mode, all outputs are turned OFF.
7.2 Exit Initialization Mode
When any parameter setting is changed in the Initialization
Mode, check all parameter set values in SV Setting Mode and
Parameter Setting Mode.
1.
2.
3.
4.
The set data lock restricts parameter setting changes by key operation. This
function prevents the operator from making errors during operation.
Set value
0100
0101
0110
WARNING
Parameters in the Initialization mode should be set according to the
application before setting any parameter related to operation. Once
the Parameters in the Initialization mode are set correctly, those
parameters are not necessary to be changed for the same application
under normal conditions. If they are changed unnecessarily, it may
result in malfunction or failure of the instrument. RKC will not bear
any responsibility for malfunction or failure as a result of improper
changes in the Initialization mode.
Press the shift key for five seconds while pressing the SET key from any
display in the Initialization Mode. The controller goes back to the operation
mode and the PV/SV display will be displayed.
Press the SET key for five seconds in the PV/SV display.
Press the SET key until “LCK” (Set Data Lock display) will be displayed.
The high-lighted digit indicates which digit can be set. Press shift key to
high-light the hundreds digit.
PV
Set data lock function display
SV
5.
Press the SET key to store the new set value. The display goes to the
next parameter, and the Initialization mode is locked.
PV
CT1 input value display
SV
The parameter displayed varies on
the instrument specification.
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7.3 Initial Setting Menu
Change Settings
Display flowcharts in Initialization mode are shown in the following.
Do not change to the
section parameters and any parameter in
the Initialization mode which is not described in the initial setting
menu below. It may result in malfunction or failure of the instrument.
Example: Change the temperature unit of the Heat only type
from “°C (0000)” to “°F (0001)”
1. Press the SET key until SL2 is displayed.
2. Press the UP key to change the number to 1.
PV/SV display mode or Parameter setting mode
Press the shift key while pressing
the SET key for five seconds with
the unlocked.
3.
Input type selection
(SL1)
SET key
SET key
Temperature unit and
cooling type selection
(Pb)
SET key
(oH)
SET key
(SL4)
(SL5)
PV bias
Alarm1 type
selection
SET key
Alarm2 type
selection
SET key
SET key
ON/OFF action
differential gap
SET key
SL4 is set to 0000 in the following cases.
• When the instrument does not have ALM1 output
• When Control Loop Break Alarm (LBA) is provided and assigned
to ALM1
SET key
SET key
SL5 is set to 0000 in the following cases.
• When the instrument does not have ALM2 output
• When Control Loop Break Alarm (LBA) is provided and assigned
to ALM2
• When the SV alarm is provided and assigned to ALM2
• When the Heater Break Alarm (HBA) is provided
SET key
SET key
Factory set value varies depending on the instrument specification.
Setting limiter [low]
SET key
(SLL)
Set value
0000
0001
0101
0010
0110
0011
0111
1001
1101
1010
1011
1111
SET key
7.4 Input Type Selection (SL1)
When any parameter setting is changed in the Initialization Mode,
check all parameter set values in SV Setting Mode and Parameter
Setting Mode.
Factory set value varies depending on the input type.
Set value
Input type
Hardware
0000
K
0001
J
0010
L
0011
E
0100
N
A
Thermocouple
0111
R
(TC)
1000
S
1001
B
1010
W5Re/W26Re
1011
PL II
0101
T
B
0110
U
1100
Pt100 Ω (JIS/IEC)
RTD
C
1101
JPt100 Ω (JIS)
1110
0 to 5 V DC
Voltage
D
1111
1 to 5 V DC
1110
0 to 20 mA DC
Current
E
1111
4 to 20 mA DC
Alarm action type
Both of the Alarm 1 and Alarm 2 outputs of this instrument are turned on when
burnout occurs regardless of any of the following actions taken (High alarm, low
alarm, etc.). In addition, when used for any purposes other than these alarms
(event, etc.), specify the Z-124 specification (not to be forcibly turned on).
OFF
Low
ON
High
PV
(Alarm set value is less than 0.)
Low
OFF
Low
ON
: Alarm set value)
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
High
PV
Band alarm
ON
High
High
Low
PV
Process high alarm
(Alarm set value is greater than 0.)
ON
OFF
PV
Deviation low alarm
OFF
Low
High
PV
OFF
ON
Low
High
PV
Process low alarm
(Alarm set value is less than 0.)
ON
: SV
Deviation high/low alarm
(Alarm set value is greater than 0.)
OFF
Low
High
PV
ON
Low
OFF
High
PV
Change Settings
PV
SV
Press the UP key to change the number to 1.
(
Deviation high alarm
Change Settings
Example: Change the input type from “K” to “J”
1. Press the SET key. The display will go to SL1.
Details of setting
No alarm
Deviation high alarm
Deviation low alarm
Deviation high/low alarm
Band alarm
Process high alarm
Process low alarm
Deviation high alarm with hold action *
Deviation low alarm with hold action *
Deviation high/low alarm with hold action *
Process high alarm with hold action *
Process low alarm with hold action *
* Hold action:
When Hold action is ON, the alarm action is suppressed at start-up or the
control set value change until the measured value enters the non-alarm range.
Conduct setting so as to meet the instrument specification (input type).
Setting change between different symbols may cause malfunction,
but the setting can be changed when hardware types have the same
symbol. However, when the setting is changed, always reset “SLH”
and “SLL” (See page 8).
2.
SV
If the alarm function is not provided with the instrument when shipped from the
factory, no alarm output is available by changing SL4 and/or SL5.
Setting limiter [high]
(SLH)
SV
7.6 Alarm 1 [ALM1] Type Selection (SL4)
Alarm 2 [ALM2] Type Selection (SL5)
Alarm 2 differential gap
(AH2)
PV
Press the SET key to store the new set value. The display goes to the
next parameter.
Alarm 1 differential gap
(AH1)
PV
Input type selection
Example: Change the ALM1 type from “Deviation high alarm (0001)” to
“Deviation low alarm (0101)”
1. Press the SET key three times at SL1 until SL4 is displayed.
2. Press the shift key to high-light the hundreds digit.
3. Press the UP key to change the number to 1.
PV
PV
SV
SV
PV
SV
3.
Press the SET key to store the new set value.
The display goes to the next parameter.
7.5 Temperature Unit and Cooling Type
Selection (SL2)
Inappropriate settings may result in malfunction. Control type between
Heat Only and Heat/Cool cannot be changed by this parameter.
Factory set value varies depending on the instrument specification.
Description
Set
value
Temperature
unit
Cooling type selection
0000
0001
0010
0011
°C
°F
°C
°F
Air cooling (A type) or Heat only type (F, D type)
Air cooling (A type) or Heat only type (F, D type)
Water cooling (W type)
Water cooling (W type)
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4.
Press the SET key to store the new set value.
The display goes to the next parameter.
7.7 PV bias (Pb)
The value set in the PV bias is added to the input value (actual measured
value) to correct the input value. The PV bias is used to correct the individual
variations in the sensors or when there is difference between the measured
values (PV) of other instruments.
Setting range:
Temperature input:
−1999 to +9999 °C [°F] or
−199.9 to +999.9 °C [°F]
Voltage/current inputs: −199.9 to +200.0 %
Factory set value: Temperature input:
0 °C [°F] or 0.0 °C [°F]
Voltage/current inputs: 0.0 %
Continued on the next page.
7
Continued from the previous page.
1.
Press the SET key at “SLH” is displayed.
PV
Change Settings
Example: When the temperature is measured by two instruments
When the measured values (PV) are as shown in the following:
Main unit = 198 °C
Recorder = 200 °C
If a PV bias correction value of +2 °C is added to the measured value the
main unit, the displayed value become:
Displayed value = Measured value (PV) + PV bias
= 198 °C + 2 °C = 200 °C
The setting procedures is described in the following.
1. Press the SET key at “Pb” is displayed.
PV
SV
Setting limiter [high] display
2.
Press the shift key to high-light the tens digit.
PV
SV
3.
Press the DOWN key to change the number to 8.
PV
SV
SV
4.
2.
Press the UP key to change the number to 2.
3.
Press the SET key to store the new set value.
The display goes to the next parameter.
Press the SET key to store the new set value.
The display goes to the next parameter.
PV
8. ERROR DISPLAYS
SV
Error display
RAM failure (Incorrect
set data write, etc.)
7.8 ON/OFF Action Differential Gap (oH)
Setting range:
Factory set value:
0 to 100 °C [°F] or
0.0 to 100.0 °C [°F]
Voltage/current inputs: −199.9 to +200.0 %
Temperature input:
2 °C [°F] or 2.0 °C [°F]
Voltage/current inputs: 0.2 % of span
Temperature input:
Overscale and Underscale
Measured value (PV) PV is outside of input
[Flashing]
Change Settings
Example: Change the On/Off Action differential gap from “2 °C” to “4 °C”
1. Press the SET key at “oH” is displayed.
2. Press the UP key to change the number to 4.
3. Press the SET key to store the new set value. The display goes to the
next parameter.
7.9 Alarm 1 Differential Gap (AH1)
Alarm 2 Differential Gap (AH2)
Setting range:
Factory set value:
[Flashing]
[Flashing]
Input type
K
J
7.10 Setting Limiter [High] (SLH)
Setting Limiter [Low] (SLL)
TC
For voltage or current input, set scaling within the input range.
S
1
B
2
N
Setting range *
K
0 to 1372 °C
0 to 2502 °F
J
0 to 1200 °C
0 to 2192 °F
R
0 to 1769 °C
0 to 3216 °F
S
0 to 1769 °C
0 to 3216 °F
B
0 to 1820 °C
0 to 3308 °F
TC
E
0 to 1000 °C
0 to 1832 °F
N
0 to 1300 °C
0 to 2372 °F
T
−199.9 to +400.0 °C
−199.9 to +752.0 °F
W5Re/W26Re
0 to 2320 °C
0 to 4208 °F
PLII
0 to 1390 °C
0 to 2534 °F
U
−199.9 to +600.0 °C
−199.9 to +999.9 °F
L
0 to 800 °C
0 to 1600°F
RTD
Pt100
−199.9 to +649.0 °C
−199.9 to 999.9 °F
JPt100
−199.9 to +649.0 °C
* Limit setting becomes SLH ≥ SLL.
When changing the high-limit (SLH) and the low-limit (SLL) limiter
settings, always set the set-value (SV) within the limiter range.
Change Settings
T
W5Re/W26Re
PLII
U
L
Pt100
RTD
JPt100
1
2
Example: The input range (input scale range) is from 0.0 to 100.0 °C,
the setting limiter (high) is 80.0 °C.
100.0 °C
80.0 °C
Setting limiter
(high)
R
1
E
See 9. INPUT RANGE TABLE.
Factory set value varies depending on the instrument specification.
Setting range
Overscale:
PV is above the high
input display range limit.
Underscale:
PV is below the low
input display range limit.
To prevent electric shock,
always turn off the power
before replacing the sensor.
Check input type, input range,
sensor and sensor connection.
TC/RTD
Example: Change the Alarm 1 differential gap from “2 °C” to “4 °C”
1. Press the SET key at “AH1” is displayed.
2. Press the UP key to change the number to 4.
3. Press the SET key to store the new set value. The display goes to the
next parameter.
Input type
WARNING
!
range.
9. INPUT RANGE TABLE
0 to 100 °C [°F] or
0.0 to 100.0 °C [°F]
Voltage/current inputs: 0.0 to 10.0 %
Temperature input:
2 °C [°F] or 2.0 °C [°F]
Voltage/current inputs: 0.2 % of span
Temperature input:
Change Settings
0.0 °C
Turn off the power once. If an
error occurs after the power is
turned on again, please contact
RKC sales office or the agent.
Range
Code
Range
Code
Range
Code
0 to 200 °C
0 to 800 °C
0 to 1372 °C
0 to 450 °C
0 to 1600 °F
K
K
K
K
K
01
04
07
17
A2
0 to 400 °C
0 to 1000 °C
0 to 100 °C
0 to 500 °C
0 to 2502 °F
K
K
K
K
K
02
05
13
20
A3
0 to 600 °C
0 to 1200 °C
0 to 300 °C
0 to 800 °F
20 to 70 °F
0 to 200 °C
0 to 800 °C
J 01
J 04
0 to 400 °C
0 to 1000 °C
J 02
J 05
0 to 600 °C
0 to 1200 °C
J 03
J 06
0 to 450 °C
0 to 2192 °F
0 to 1600 °C
J 10
J A3
R 01
0 to 800 °F
0 to 400 °F
0 to 1769 °C
J A1
J A6
R 02
0 to 1600 °F
0 to 300 °F
0 to 1350 °C
J A2
J A7
R 04
0 to 3200 °F
R A1
0 to 3216 °F
R A2
0 to 1600 °C
S 01
0 to 1769 °C
S 02
0 to 3216 °F
S A2
400 to 1800 °C

B A2
0 to 800 °C
E 01
0 to 1832 °F
E A2
0 to 1200 °C
N 01
0 to 2372 °F
N A2

S A1
B 02
800 to 3200 °F
B A1

 
 
E 02
 
0 to 1300 °C

 
0 to 3200 °F

0 to 1000 °C

03
06
14
A1
A9
 
0 to 1820 °C
B 01
0 to 3308 °F

K
K
K
K
K
N 02
 
 
0 to 1600 °F

E A1
 
0 to 2300 °F

N A1
 
−199.9 to +400.0 °C T 01 −199.9 to +100.0 °C T 02 −100.0 to +200.0 °C T 03
0.0 to 350.0 °C
T 04 −199.9 to +752.0 °F T A1 −100.0 to +200.0 °F T A2
−100.0 to +400.0 °F T A3
0.0 to 450.0 °F
T A4
0.0 to 752.0 °F
T A5
0 to 2000 °C
0 to 1300 °C
W 01
A 01
0 to 2320 °C
0 to 1390 °C
W 02
A 02
0 to 2400 °F
A A1
0 to 2534 °F
A A2
0 to 4000 °F
0 to 1200 °C

W A1
A 03
 
−199.9 to +600.0 °C U 01 −199.9 to +100.0 °C U 02
0.0 to 400.0 °C
U 03
−199.9 to +999.9 °F
U A2
0.0 to 999.9 °F
U A3
L 02
0 to 800 °F
U A1 −100.0 to +200.0 °F
0 to 400 °C
L 01
0 to 1600 °F
L A2
−199.9 to +649.0 °C
−100.0 to +100.0 °C
0.0 to 100.0 °C
0.0 to 500.0 °C
−199.9 to +200.0 °F
0.0 to 100.0 °F
0.0 to 500.0 °F
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
01
04
07
10
A3
A6
A9
0 to 800 °C

−199.9 to +200.0 °C
−100.0 to +200.0 °C
0.0 to 200.0 °C
−199.9 to +999.9 °F
−100.0 to +100.0 °F
0.0 to 200.0 °F

 
D
D
D
D
D
D

L A1

 
02 −100.0 to +50.0 °C D
05
0.0 to 50.0 °C
D
08
0.0 to 300.0 °C D
A1 −199.9 to +400.0 °F D
A4 −100.0 to +300.0 °F D
A7
0.0 to 400.0 °F
D



−199.9 to +649.0 °C P 01 −199.9 to +200.0 °C P 02 −100.0 to +50.0 °C
−100.0 to +100.0 °C P 04 −100.0 to +200.0 °C P 05
0.0 to 50.0 °C
0.0 to 100.0 °C
0.0 to 500.0 °C
P 07
P 10
0.0 to 200.0 °C

P 08
 
0.0 to 300.0 °C

03
06
09
A2
A5
A8

P 03
P 06
P 09
 
0 to 399 °C [0 to 799 °F]: ±6 °C [12 °F]
0 to 399 °C [0 to 799 °F]: Accuracy is not guaranteed.
Voltage/current inputs
Type
Range
Type
Range
0 to 5 V DC
0.0 to 100.0 %
4
Code
01
0 to 20 mA DC
0.0 to 100.0 %
Code
7
01
1 to 5 V DC
0.0 to 100.0 %
6
01
4 to 20 mA DC
0.0 to 100.0 %
8
01
The first edition: APR. 2004 [IMQ00]
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APR. 2004
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