Quick Reference Guide
CP-SP-1217E
Quick Reference Guide
This guide offers a summary of key operations, parameter flowcharts, and settings, for
convenient reference at the operation site. This guide is made for repeated use. Dirt wipes
off easily and even notes written with an oil-based felt-tip pen can be removed with an
eraser. If more detailed information on the SDC25/26 is needed, refer to the user's manual: CP-SP-1149E for installation and configuration.
The most convenient way to configure the SDC25/26 is with the Smart Loader Package
(model No. SLP-C35J50). Please contact the azbil Group or a distributor for more information.
Upper display
Lower display
Upper display
Indicator
during AT
Lower display
Various
indicators
Mode
indicator
Mode indicator
Multi-Status (MS) display
[mode] key
[display] key
[<], [ ], and [ ] keys
[display] key
[para] key
Loader connector
[<], [ ], and [ ] keys
<
[para] key
[mode] key
<
<
<
[enter] key
Loader connector
[enter] key
This display shows either the SP/MV/CT or the display value and set value for each displayed
item. Depending on the settings, the rightmost decimal point lights up, flashes, etc. to
show RUN/READY mode or communications status.
Multi-Status (MS) display
Turns ON in READY mode or when an alarm occurs, depending on the ON conditions and the
current status. When lit, in addition to flashing and reciprocating between left and right, it performs MV graph, DI monitor, internal event monitor, and other display functions.
Mode indicators
man:
Lights when MANUAL (AUTO mode if not lit)
ev1, ev2, ev3: Lights when event relays are ON
ot1, ot2:
Lights when the control output is ON (always lit when the current output is
used)
[mode] key
• When this key is pressed and held for more than 1 second in the operation display mode,
any of the following operations from 0 to 7 which have been set previously can be executed
0 : Mode key does not operate (Initial value)
1 : AUTO/MANUAL mode selection
2 : RUN/READY mode selection
3 : AT (Auto Tuning) start/stop selection
4 : LSP (Local SP) group selection
5 : Release all DO (Digital Output) latches 6 : Mode key does not operate
7 : ON/OFF selection of communication DI
• When pressing the [mode] key in the setup display mode, the display is changed to the operation display
[display] key
This key is used to change the display item in the operation display mode.
When pressing this key in the bank selection, bank setup, or user function setup display
mode, the display is changed ot the operation display.
[para] key
When this key is kept pressed for 2 sec. or longer in the operation display mode, the display is
then changed to the setup display.
[<], [ ], [ ] keys
These keys are used to increase or decrease the numeric value, or to shift the digit.
The [ ] and [ ] keys are used to change the bank or display item.
[enter] key
This key is used to begin changing settings (display goes from lit to flashing) and to finalize
new settings (display goes from flashing to steadily lit).
Loader connector
This connector is used for connecting to a personal computer using the dedicated cable supplied with the Smart Loader Package.
<
<
Lower display
<
This display shows either the PV value or the display value and set value for each displayed
item. If an alarm is triggered, the normal display and alarm code are displayed alternately.
During auto tuning (AT), the rightmost decimal point flashes twice repeatedly.
<
Upper display
1
Flowchart of key operations and displays
When the power
is turned ON [display] key
(3)
PV value
LSP group number
PV value
Heat manipulated
variable
MV value
MV value
[display] key
Upper and lower displays
remain off for 5s after
power ON. Each mode
indicator lights sequentially,
and then the operation
display appears.
SP value
SP value
1
2
Timer remaining
time 3
Internal event 3
sub setting
Internal event 3
main setting
Timer remaining
time 2
Internal event 3
delay time
Setting value
Setting value
Internal event 2
delay time
[para] key
2-second press
+ hold of
[para] key
[display] key
(2)
[para] key
or
[V] key
[Mode]
[SP]
[Event]
[display] key
[ ] key
V
User
function
[enter] key
[enter] key
2-second press
+ hold of
[para] key
(1)
(AUTO)
2-second press
+ hold of
[para] key
(MANUAL)
(3)
For change
from MANUAL
to AUTO
to
2
For change
from AUTO
to MANUAL
to
1
[para] key
2
[PID]
[Parameter]
[Extended tuning]
O Some items are not displayed depending on the availability of optional functions, model number,
display setup (C73 to C78) and display level (C79).
O Pressing [display] while bank item or user function item is displayed has the effect of canceling and returning to the
operation display item.
Operation displays
Cool manipulated
variable
PV value
MV value
AT progress
value
CT1
CT2
[display] key
Current value
Current value
Internal event 2
sub setting
Internal event 2
main setting
Timer remaining
time 2
Internal event 1
sub setting
Internal event 1
main setting
Setting value
Setting value
Internal event 1
delay time
Setting value
Setting value
Bank selection
[Event configuration] [DI assignment]
[Setup]
[DO assignment]
[User function]
[Lock]
[para] key
or
[V] key
[Instrument information]
[ ] key
V
[enter] key
Communications
SP
Continuous outputs
Control actions
Key operations and displays
Notes:
(1) The parameters and numerical values registered as user functions UF
are displayed.
(2) If no key is pressed for 3 minutes, the display automatically returns
to 2 , PV display.
(3) If the [<] key is pressed while holding down the [para] key, various
displys/settings can be navigated in reverse order.
■ Explanation of arrows
[display] key
:
[para] key
:
[enter] key
:
■ Movement through each setup menu
V
Analog input
2-second
press +
hold of
[para] key
[ ] key
[para] key or [V] key
3
Red letters
Blue letters
Setup of PV input range type
Press [display] once
to get the operation
display.
AT forces ON/OFF of the MV a number of times (a limit
cycle) to calculate PID values.
Check that this operation does not create any problems
for the associated equipment before executing AT.
Press and hold
[para] for more than
2s to get the parameter setup display.
MOde flashes on the
upper display.
Press [enter] or [<]
to get A--M on the
upper display and
autO on the lower
display.
Press [ ] as needed until At and
at.Of appear on
the upper and
lower displays
respectively.
<
<
Press and hold
[para] for more than
2s to get the parameter setup display.
MOde flashes on the
upper display.
If the control method is
ON/OFF control and if
Bit 3 (AT stop/start
display) of the mode
display setting (C73) is
set to "disabled: 0,"
nothing is displayed.
When [enter] is
pressed, at.Of
flashes on the
lower display.
<
Press [ ] or [ ]
repeatedly to get
evCf flashing on the
upper display.
If [enter] is pressed, at.ON remains steadily lit and AT
begins.
During AT, the rightmost decimal point flashes twice
repeatedly.
(When AT is done, the light goes off and the new PID
values go into effect.)
Press and hold
[para] for more than
2s to get the parameter setup display.
MOde flashes on the
upper display.
During the AT process, if the mode is changed to READY or
MANUAL, if PV input is faulty, or if a power failure occurs, AT stops
automatically without changing the PID values.
AT can also be stopped by changing the setting from At.ON to At.OF
(return to step 4 above).
Setup of SP value
Press [enter] to get
e 1.c 1 on the upper
display and 0 is
displayed on the
lower display.
0 on the lower display
indicates that the event
operation type is set to
"none."
If [enter] is pressed,
the rightmost digit on
the lower display
flashes and numerical value can be
changed.
Press [<], [ ] or [ ]
to change to the
desired SP value.
The flashing of
the number indicates that the
setting has not yet
been finalized.
If [enter] is pressed,
the displayed value
is set and the
display changes
from flashing to
continuously lit.
<
Press [enter], and
the displayed value
4 on the lower
display changes
from flashing to
continuously lit and
the displayed value
is set.
Press [display]
repeatedly so that
the orange SP
indicator lights up
on the lower display.
The operation
display now shows
the SP.
4 on the lower display
indicates that the event
operation type is
set for deviation high limit.
<
<
When [enter] is
pressed, the rightmost digit on the
lower display flashes.
Press [ ] or [ ] to
get 4 flashing on the
display.
<
In this example, the event 1 operation type is set to
deviation high limit.
Press [display] once
to get the operation
display.
Press [ ] or [ ]
once, and at.Of
flashes on the
lower display.
The display flashes only
in RUN and AUTO modes,
and only if there is no PV
problem.
Also, if DI is set to "AT
stop/start", the display
does not flash and the
setting cannot be
changed.
Setup of event operation type
<
Press [display] once
to get the operation
display.
<
<
<
Press [enter].
The current set value
for C0 1 (PV input
range type) is
displayed.
Press [enter].
The rightmost digit on the lower display flashes and its
value can be changed.
Press [<], [ ] or [ ] to change to the desired sensor type
in the PV input range list.
Then press [enter] to finalize your selection.
(If the number is flashing, the [enter] key has not yet
been pressed, and the setting has not yet been saved.)
<
: Items during operation
Execution of auto tuning (AT)
If no sensor is connected,
an alarm for abnormal
PV input (any one from
AL0 1 to AL 1 1) may
appear on the upper
display.
Press [ ] or [ ]
repeatedly, and
Stup flashes on the
upper display.
: Items before operation
<
Operation examples
If an SP limit is in effect, the
numerical value cannot be
changed to a value above
the limit. The SP limit must
be changed first.
Similarly, use e2.C 1 to set the event 2 operation type, and
use e3.C 1 for event 3.
4
If the [display] key is
pressed without pressing
[enter] key, the status
returns to that of step 1.
• For step numbers indicated in red like
, the following precaution applies:
If the key lock is set, the numerical value does not flash, and the value cannot be changed.
To change a numerical value, cancel the key lock first.
AUTO/MANUAL mode selection
In this example, the event set value and hysteresis for
the event 1 operation type is set to deviation high limit.
Press and hold
[mode] for more
than 2s, Man
flashes on the
lower display.
When Man appears,
stop pressing [mode].
The MV is shown
on the lower display.
The rightmost digit
of the MV on the
lower display flashes
and its value can
be changed.
Press [<], [ ] or [ ]
to change to the
desired MV value.
Even while the
number is flashing,
the MV is changed
at the same time
that the number is
changed.
<
When [enter] is
pressed, p-1 (for
proportional band
of PID group No. 1)
is shown on the
upper display, and
the preset value is
shown on the lower
display.
<
5 on the lower display
indicates that the event
hysteresis is "5".
In the same way
that event settings
were changed, press
[enter] to make the
number flash, and
then press [<], [ ]
or [ ] to change to
the desired setting
for hysteresis. After
that, press [enter]
to finalize the
setting.
<
To continue from
this point and set
hysteresis as well,
press [ ] twice or
[ ] repeatedly to get
E 1.HY on the upper
display. The lower
display says 5.
Similarly, use E2.HY to set a value for event 2, and E3.HY
to set a value for event 3.
If [enter] is pressed,
the changed
numerical value is
set and changes
from flashing to
continuously lit.
<
<
If [enter] is pressed,
the changed
numerical value is
set and changes
from flashing to
continuously lit.
Similarly, use e2 to set a value for event 2, and e3 to set
a value for event 3.
<
<
<
<
Press and hold
[para] for more
than 2s to get the
parameter setup
display. MOde
flashes on the
upper display.
If the control method is
"ON/OFF control,"
nothing is displayed.
Press [enter].
The rightmost digit
on the lower display flashes and
its numerical value
can be changed.
Press [<], [ ] or [ ]
to change to the
desired proportional
band setting.
The flashing of the
number indicates
that the setting
change has not yet
been finalized.
<
If [enter] is pressed,
the rightmost digit
on the lower display
flashes, and can
be changed.
Press [<], [ ], or [ ],
and change to the
desired value for
event set value. In
this case, the flashing of the numerical
value implies that it
is not yet set.
Setup of PID value
Press [ ] or [ ] repeatedly until PID
is flashing on the
upper display.
Press [enter] to get
e 1 on the upper
display and 0 is
displayed on the
lower display.
0 on the lower display
indicates that the event
main setting is "0".
For the flashing MV in step 3, either bumpless transition
(the same value as before the change) or preset MANUAL
value (the value set in setup C20) can be selected (in setup
C19, Output operation after AUTO-MANUAL change).
Press [display] once
to get the operation
display.
Press [ ] twice or [ ]
repeatedly, and EV
flashes on the upper
display.
<
<
If the control method is
set to "ON/OFF control"
and if the DI assignment
is "AUTO/MANUAL," the
display does not blink
and the setting cannot be
changed.
Press and hold
[para] for more
than 2s to get the
parameter setup
display. MOde
flashes on the
upper display.
<
The [mode] key can be
used for 1 of 7 different
operations.
The initial (factory) setting
is "AUTO/MANUAL
selection".
Press [display] once
to get the operation
display.
<
Press [display] once
to get the operation
display.
Setup of event value
The proportional band
can be set in a range
from 0.1 to 999.9%.
Similarly, use i-1 to set the integral time (0 to 9999s),
and d-1 to set the derivative time (0 to 9999s).
5
: Essential parameters for PV measurement and control
: Basic parameters
: Required parameters when using optional functions
List of parameter
Et
List of operation displays
E2
Numeric value
E2. Sb
Numeric value
t2. --(Display example)
Numeric value
E3
Numeric value
E3. Sb
Numeric value
t3. --(Display example)
Numeric value
SP(Target value)
Contents
SP low limit to SP high limit
LSP group number
1 to LSP system group (Max. 4)
(1st digit=the right end digit)
MV (Manipulated Variable) -10.0 to +110.0%
Setting is enabled in MANUAL mode
(Numeric value flashed)
Heat MV (Manipulated Variable) Setting is disabled.
-10.0 to +110.0%
Cool MV (Manipulated Variable)
Initial value Setting value
0
1
–
JF.Ov
–
–
CT current value 2
Setting is disabled.
–
Internal Event 1 main setting
-1999 to +9999U or 0 to 9999U
0
StUP
Internal Event 1 remaining Setting is disabled.
L
time
" ", is displayed at the right end digit when using
the ON delay time, and "L" , the OFF delay time.
Internal Event 2 main setting Same as Internal Event 1 main setting
–
Internal Event 2 sub setting Same as Internal Event 1 sub setting
0
Internal Event 2 remaining Same as Internal Event 1 remaining time
time
Internal Event 3 main setting Same as Internal Event 1 main setting
–
Display
C0 1
C02
C03
C04
C05
C06
C07
C08
C09
0
C 14
Internal Event 3 sub setting Same as Internal Event 1 sub setting
0
C 15
Internal Event 3 remaining Same as Internal Event 1 remaining time
time
–
C 16
C 17
C 18
C 19
C20
C2 1
C22
C26
C27
C28
C29
C30
C32
C36
C37
C38
C39
C40
C4 1
C42
C43
Internal Event 1 sub setting
0
Item
Contents
Internal Event 1 to 5 main setting -1999 to +9999 or 0 to 9999
Internal Event 1 to 5 sub setting (The decimal point position may vary so that it
meets the operation type of the internal event)
Internal Event 1 to 5 hysteresis 0 to 9999
E 1.Hy to E5.Hy
(The decimal point position may vary so that it
meets the operation type of the internal event)
E 1.On to E5.On ● Internal Event 1 to 5 ON delay time 0.0 to 999.9 or 0 to 9999
E 1.Of to E5.Of ● Internal Event 1 to 5 OFF delay time
Display
P- 1 to P-4
I - 1 to I -4
Item
Proportional band (PID1 to 4)
Integral time (PID1 to 4)
d- 1 to d-4
Derivative time (PID1 to 4)
Manual reset (PID1 to 4)
MV low limit (PID1 to 4)
MV high limit (PID1 to 4)
Proportional band (cool) (PID1 to 4)
Integral time (cool) (PID1 to 4)
d- 1C to d-4C Derivative time (cool) (PID1 to 4)
OL. 1C to OL.4C Output low limit (cool) (PID1 to 4)
OH. 1C to OH.4C Output high limit (cool) (PID1 to 4)
Control
SP Time proportional output PV
Initial value
0
0
Setting value
SP
5
0
[PID bank]
rE- 1 to rE-4
OL- 1 to OL-4
OH- 1 to OH-4
P- 1C to P-4C
I - 1C to I -4C
PARA
Setting value
[Event bank]
Display
E 1 to E5
E 1.Sb to E5.Sb
PI D
Initial value
0
1
Contents
0.1 to 999.9%
0 to 9999s or 0.0 to 999.9s
(No integration control action when set at "0")
0 to 9999s or 0.0 to 999.9s
(No derivative control action when set at "0")
-10.0 to +110.0%
-10.0 to +110.0%
-10.0 to +110.0%
0.1 to 999.9%
0 to 9999s or 0.0 to 999.9s
(No integration control action when set at "0")
0 to 9999s or 0.0 to 999.9s
(No derivative control action when set at "0")
-10.0 to +110.0%
-10.0 to +110.0%
Initial value
5.0
120
Setting value
●
SPU
SPd
● SP up ramp
● SP down ramp
●
●
●
Item
Control method
MV low limit at AT
MV high limit at AT
Differential (for ON/OFF control)
ON/OFF control action point offset
PV filter
PV ratio
PV bias
Time proportional cycle unit 1
Time proportional cycle 1
Time proportional cycle unit 2
Time proportional cycle 2
Time proportional cycle mode
C65
C66
C67
C68
C69
C70
C7 1
C72
C73
30
C74
0.0
100.0
Contents
Initial value
0: ON/OFF control 1: Fixed PID
0 or 1
-10.0 to +110.0%
0.0
-10.0 to +110.0%
100.0
0 to 9999U
5
-1999 to +9999U
0
0.0 to 120.0s
0.0
0.001 to 9.999
1.000
-1999 to +9999U
0
0 to 3 *1
0
5 to 120s or 1 to 120s *2
10 or 2
0 to 3 *1
0
5 to 120s or 1 to 120s *2
10 or 2
0: Controllability aiming type
0 or 1
1: Operation end service life aiming type(Only ON/
OFF operation within Time proportional cycle)
0.0 to 999.9U(No ramp when set at "0.0U")
0.0
0.0
*1 0: Unit of "1s" 1: Fixed at 0.5s 2: Fixed at 0.2s 3: Fixed at 0.1s
*2 5 to 120s when output includes the relay output
C44
C45
C46
C47
C48
C49
C50
C5 1
C52
C53
C54
C55
C56
C64
30
50.0
0.0
100.0
5.0
120
[Parameter bank]
Display
CtrL
At. OL
At. OH
dI FF
OFFS
FL
rA
bI
CyU
Cy
CyU2
Cy2
tP.ty
Communication
Contents
SP low limit to SP high limit
1 to 4
Continuous output
[SP bank]
Display
Item
SP- 1 to SP-4 SP of LSP 1 group to 4 group
Pid. 1 to Pid.4 PID group number (LSP 1 to 4)
Ev
Contents
Initial value Setting value
AUTO: AUTO mode MAN: MANUAL mode
AUTO
RUN: RUN mode RDY: READY mode
RUN
At. OF: AT stop At. ON: AT start
AT stop
Lt. ON: Latch continue Lt. OF: Latch release Latch continue
dI . OF: OFF dI . On: ON
OFF
Setting value
Key operation • display
SP
Item
AUTO/MANUAL
RUN/READY
AT stop/start
Release all DO latches
Communication DI1
Item
AT type
Just-FiTTER setting band
SP lag constant
Proportional band tuning factor at AT
Integral time adjust at AT
AT Derivative time adjust
Control algorithm
Contents
0: Normal 1: Immediate response 2: Stable *1
0.00 to 10.00
0.0 to 999.9
0.00 to 99.99
0.00 to 99.99
0.00 to 99.99
0: PID(Conventional PID)
1: Ra-PID(High-performance PID)
Just-FiTTER oversheet suppression factor 0 to 100
Initial value
1
0.30
0.0
1.00
1.00
1.00
0
Setting value
0
List of setup setting displays
–
[Mode bank]
Display
A--M
r--r
At
do Lt
C. dI 1
●
●
●
●
●
–
AT progress display
Setting is disabled.
(1st digit=the right end digit)
CT current value 1
Setting is disabled.
List of parameter setting displays
MOdE
[Extended tuning bank]
*1 Normal = Standard control characteristics, Immediate response = Control characteristics that respond immediately to external disturbance, Stable = Control characteristics having less up/down fluctuation of PV
Analog input
HEAt
Numeric value
COOL
Numeric value
PV
At 1 (Display example)
Ct 1
Numeric value
Ct2
Numeric value
E1
Numeric value
E 1. Sb
Numeric value
t 1. --(Display example)
Numeric value
Item
Control action
Display
Upper display: PV
Lower display: SP
PV
SP
LSP 1 (Display example)
LSP
PV
MV
Display
At.ty
JF.bd
SP.LG
At-P
At-I
At-d
Ctr.A
C75
C76
C77
C78
C79
C80
U: Unit Maximum unit of Industrial volume in PV range (°C, Pa,L/min, etc.)
6
[Setup bank]
Item
PV input range type
Temperature unit
● Cold junction compensation
Decimal point position
PV input range low limit
PV input range high limit
SP low limit
SP high limit
● PV square root extraction dropout
Contents
Initial value
For details, refer to the PV Input Range Table
88
0: Celsius (°C) 1: Fahrenheit (°F)
0
0: Performed (internal) 1: Not performed (external)
0
0: No decimal point 1 to 3: 1 to 3 digits below decimal point
0
When the PV input type is DC voltage/DC current,
0
-1999 to +9999U
1000
PV input range low limit to PV input range
0
high limit
1000
0.0 to 100.0% (PV square root extraction
0.0
is not performed when set at "0.0".)
Control action (Direct/Reverse) 0: Heat control (Reverse action)
0
1: Cool control (Direct action)
● Output operation at PV alarm 0: Control calculation is continued.
0
1: Output at PV alarm is output.
● Output at PV alarm
-10.0 to +110.0%
0.0
Output at READY (Heat)
-10.0 to +110.0%
0.0
Output at READY (Cool)
-10.0 to +110.0%
0.0
Output operation at changing AUTO/MANUAL 0: Bumpless transfer 1: Preset
0
Preset MANUAL value
-10.0 to +110.0%
0.0 or 50.0
● Initial output type of PID control
0: Auto 1: Not initialized 2: Initialized
0
● Initial output of PID control
-10.0 to +110.0%
0.0 or 50.0
Heat/Cool control
0: Not used 1: Used
0
Heat/Cool selection
0: Normal 1: Energy saving
0
Heat/Cool control dead zone -100.0 to +100.0%
0.0
● Heat/Cool control change point -10.0 to +110.0%
50.0
LSP system group
1 to 4
1
● SP ramp unit
0: 0.1U/s 1: 0.1U/min 2: 0.1U/h
1
CT1 operation type
0: Heater burnout detection 1: Current value measurement
0
CT1 output
0 to 1: Control output 1 to 2, 2 to 4: Event output 1 to 3
0
CT1 measurement wait time 30 to 300ms
30
CT2 operation type
Same as CT1
0
CT2 output
Same as CT1
0
CT2 measurement wait time Same as CT1
30
Control output 1 range
1: 4 to 20mA 2: 0 to 20mA
1
Control output 1 type
0: MV 1: Heat MV 2: Cool MV 3: PV
0
4: Ratio, bias, and PV before filter 5: SP
6: Deviation 7: CT1 current value
8: CT2 current value 9: Invalid 10: SP+MV
11: PV+MV
Control output 1 scaling low limit -1999 to +9999U
0.0
Control output 1 scaling high limit
100.0
Control output 1 MV scaling
0 to 9999 (Valid when control output 1 type is 10 or 11)
200
Control output 2 range
Same as control output 1
1
Control output 2 type
Same as control output 1
3
Control output 2 scaling low limit Same as control output 1
0
Control output 2 scaling high limit Same as control output 1
1000
Control output 2 MV scaling
Same as control output 1
200
Auxiliary output range
Same as control output 1
1
Auxiliary type
Same as control output 1
3
Auxiliary output scaling low limit Same as control output 1
0
Auxiliary output scaling high limit Same as control output 1
1000
Auxiliary output MV scaling
Same as control output 1
200
CPL/MODBUS
0: CPL 1: MODBUS (ASCII format)
0
2: MODBUS (RTU format)
Station address
0 to 127 (Communication is disabled when set at "0".)
0
Transmission speed (bps)
0: 4800 1: 9600 2: 19200 3: 38400
2
Data format (Data length)
0: 7 bits 1: 8 bits
1
Data format (Parity)
0: Even parity 1: Odd parity 2: No parity
0
Data format (Stop bit)
0: 1 bit 1: 2 bits
0
● Response time-out
1 to 250ms
3
● Key operation type
0: Standard type 1: Special type
0
[mode] key function
0: Invalid 1: AUTO/MANUAL selection
0
2: RUN/READY selection 3: AT Stop/Start
4: LSP group selection 5: Release all DO latches
6: Invalid 7: Communication DI1 selection 8: Invalid
MODE display setup
Bit 0: AUTO/MANUAL display (Enabled: +1)
255
Bit 1: RUN/READY display (Enabled: +2)
(Sum of the weighting)
Bit 2: Invalid
Bit 3: AT Stop/Start display (Enabled: +8)
Bit 4: Release all DO latches display (Enabled: +16)
Bit 5: Communication DI1 ON/OFF display (Enabled: +32)
Other invalid setting, 0, +4, +64, +128
PV/SP display setup
Bit 0: PV display (Enabled: +1)
15
(Sum of the weighting)
Bit 1: SP display (Enabled: +2)
Bit 2: LSP group number display (Enabled: +4)
Other invalid setting, 0, +8
MV display setup
Bit 0: MV display (Enabled: +1)
15
(Sum of the weighting)
Bit 1: Heat MV/cool MV display (Enabled: +2)
Bit 2: Invalid
Bit 3: AT progress display (Enabled: +8)
Other invalid setting: 0, +4
EV display setup
0: Not displayed
0
(Operation display)
1: Set value of Internal event 1 is displayed
2: Set values of Internal event 1 to 2 are displayed
3: Set values of Internal event 1 to 3 are displayed
Timer remain time display setup
0: Not displayed
0
(Operation display)
1: Internal event 1 is displayed
2: Internal event 1 to 2 is displayed
3: Internal event 1 to 3 is displayed
CT display setup
0: Not displayed 1: CT1 current value is displayed
0
(Operation display)
2: CT1 to 2 current values are displayed
1
User level
0: Simple configuration 1: Standard configuration
2: High function configuration
● Communication monitor
0: Not used
0
display
1: Flashing while data is sending through
RS-485 communication
2: Flashing while data is receiving through
RS-485 communication
3: Logical OR of all DI statuses
4: Flashing in READY mode
Setting value
• Items marked ● in the tables are displayed in standard and/or high function configuration.
Item
● MS display, Condition
(top priority)
● MS display, Status
(top priority)
C88
● MS display, Condition
(secondary priority)
● MS display, Status
(secondary priority)
● MS display, Condition
(third priority)
● MS display, Status
(third priority)
● MS display, Condition
(secondary priority)
● Special function
C89
● Zener barrier adjustment
C90
C9 1
C92
C93
●
●
●
●
C83
C84
C85
C86
C87
EvCF
Number of CT1 turns
Number of CT1 power wire loops
Number of CT2 turns
Number of CT2 power wire loops
Initial value
39
Same as MS display, Condition (top
priority)
Same as MS display, Status (top priority)
1
Same as MS display, Condition (top
priority)
0 to 15 (This value becomes "0" when the
power is turned ON.)
The value can be changed with the adjustment
The numeric value cannot be directly
input with the manual operation.
0: 800 turns 1 to 40: CT turns divided by 100
0: 1 time 1 to 6: Number of times
0: 800 turns 1 to 40: CT turns divided by 100
0: 1 time 1 to 6: Number of times
5
dO
Setting value
[DO assignment bank]
Display
Item
Ot 1. 1 to Ot2. 1 ● Operation type (Control output 1 to 2,
Ev 1. 1 to Ev3. 1
Event output 1 to 3)
Ot 1.2 to Ot2.2 ● Output assign A (Control output 1 to 2,
Ev 1.2 to Ev3.2
Event output 1 to 3)
Ot 1.3 to Ot2.3 ●
Ev 1.3 to Ev3.3
Ot 1.4 to Ot2.4 ●
Ev 1.4 to Ev3.4
1
Ot 1.5 to Ot2.5 ●
Ev 1.5 to Ev3.5
Ot 1.6 to Ot2.6 ●
Ev 1.6 to Ev3.6
44
Ot 1.7 to Ot2.7 ●
Ev 1.7 to Ev3.7
Ot 1.8 to Ot2.8 ●
Ev 1.8 to Ev3.8
6
9
UF
0
Display
UF- 1 to UF-8
0.00
LOC
8
1
8
1
Contents
0: Default output 1 to 2: MV1 to 2
3 to 6: Function 1 to 4
0: Normally opened 1: Normally closed
2 to 6: Internal Event 1 to 5 7 to 9: Invalid
10 to 13: Undefined 14 to 15: MV1 to 2
16 to 17: Undefined 18 to 21: DI1 to 4
22 to 25: Undefined
Output assign B (Control output 1 to 2, 26 to 30: Internal Contact 1 to 5
Event output 1 to 3)
31 to 33: Undefined 34 to 37: DI1 to 4
38: MANUAL 39: READY 40: Invalid
Output assign C (Control output 1 to 2, 41: AT running 42: During SP ramp 43: Undefined
Event output 1 to 3)
44: Alarm occurs 45: PV alarm occurs
46: Undefined 47: Mode key pressing status
Output assign D (Control output 1 to 2, 48: Event output 1 status
Event output 1 to 3)
49: Control output 1 status
Control output 1 to 2, Event output The digits are determined to 1st, 2nd, 3rd,
1to 3 Polarity A to D
and 4 th digit from the right end.
1st digit: Polarity A
0: Direct 1: Reverse
2nd digit: Polarity B
3rd digit: Polarity C
4th digit: Polarity D
Polarity (Control output 1 to 2, 0: Direct 1: Reverse
Event output 1 to 3)
Latch (Control output 1 to 2, 0: None 1: Latch (Latch at ON)
Event output 1 to 3)
2: Latch (Latch at OFF except for initialization
at power ON)
Item
● User function 1 to 8
Contents
Item
Internal event 1 to 5 Configuration 1
Operation type
E 1.C2 to E5.C2
Internal event 1 to 5 Configuration 2
Operation type
1st digit: Direct/Reverse
2nd digit: Standby
3rd digit: EVENT state at READY
4th digit: Undefined
E 1.C3 to E5.C3 ● Internal event 1 to 5 Configuration 3
1st digit: Controller alarm OR
2nd digit: Special OFF setup
3rd digit: Delay unit
4th digit: Undefined
Contents
Refer to event type (see page 8)
The digits are determined to 1st, 2nd, 3rd,
and 4th digit from the right end.
0: Direct 1: Reverse
0: None 1: Standby 2: Standby + Standby at SP change
0: Continue 1: Forced OFF
0
The digits are determined to 1st, 2nd, 3rd,
and 4th digit from the right end.
0: None 1: Alarm direct + OR operation
2: Alarm direct + AND operation
3: Alarm reverse + OR operation
4: Alarm reverse + AND operation
0: As usual
1: When the event set value (main setting)
is 0, the event is "OFF".
0: 0.1s 1: 1s 2: 1min
0
0
0
0
0
C.LOC
L.LOC
PASS
PS 1A
PS2A
PS 1b
PS2b
Id
Display
I d0 1
I d02
I d03
I d04
I d05
I d06
0
0
0
I d08
[DI assignment bank]
Display
di 1. 1 to dI 5. 1
Item
Internal contact 1 to 5
Operation type
dI 1.3 to dI 5.3 ● Internal contact 1 to 5
Input assign A
dI 1.4 to dI 5.4 ● Internal contact 1 to 5
Input assign B
dI 1.5 to dI 5.5 ● Internal contact 1 to 5
Input assign C
dI 1.6 to dI 5.6 ● Internal contact 1 to 5
Input assign D
dI 1.7 to dI 5.7 ● Internal contact 1 to 5
Polarity A to D
1st digit: Polarity A
2nd digit: Polarity B
3rd digit: Polarity C
4th digit: Polarity D
dI 1.8 to dI 5.8 ● Internal contact 1 to 5 Polarity
dI 1.9 to dI 5.9 ● Internal contact 1 to 5
Event channel def.
0: Direct 1: Reverse
0: Every Internal Event
1 to 8: Internal Event No.
0
0
0
0
0
0
Item
Contents
Initial value Setting value
0: All settings are possible
0
1: Mode, event, operation display, SP, UF, lock,
manual MV, [mode] key can be set
2: Operation display, SP, UF, lock,
manual MV, [mode] key can be set
3: UF, lock, manual MV, [mode] key can be set
0: read/write enabled 1: read/write disabled
0
0: read/write enabled 1: read/write disabled
0
0 to 15(5: Password 1A to 2B display)
0
0000 to FFFF (Hexadecimal value)
0000
0000 to FFFF (Hexadecimal value)
0000
0000 to FFFF (Hexadecimal value)
0000
0000 to FFFF (Hexadecimal value)
0000
Key lock
● Communication lock
● Loader lock
Password display
Password 1A
Password 2A
Password 1B
Password 2B
[Instrument information bank]
Item
ROM ID
ROM Version 1
ROM Version 2
Loader information
EST information
Manufacturing date code
(year)
● Manufacturing date code
(month, day)
● Serial No.
●
●
●
●
●
●
Contents
1: Fixed
XX. XX (2 digits after decimal point)
XX. XX (2 digits after decimal point)
Subtract 2000 from the year.
Example: "3" means the year 2003.
Month + day divided by 100.
Example: "12.01" means the 1st day of December.
Initial value Setting value
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Initial value Setting value
0
Changing the user level
This controller's user level can be set to 1 of 3 types in setup
C79.
The number of possible displays and settings decreases
according to the user level: high function > standard > simple. All items are displayed when high function is selected.
0
2: Contact 1
3: Contact 2
4: Contact 3
5: Contact 4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Press [ ] or [ ]
repeatedly as needed to get STUP
flashing on the
upper display.
Press [enter].
C0 1 is shown on the
upper display.
Press [<], [ ] or [ ]
to change to C79
(user level).
When [enter] is
pressed, the lower
display flashes.
Press [ ] or [ ] to
change to the desired
setting, and press
[enter] to finalize
your selection.
<
Precaution for setup
· The type of auto tuning can be changed by changing the value of At.ty (AT
type) in the extended tuning bank. Set it to match the control characteristics.
<
If necessary, press
[mode] once to
change to the
operation display.
Next, press and
hold [para] for more
than 2 seconds to
get the parameter
setup display. MOde
flashes on the upper
display.
<
dI 1.2 to dI 5.2 ● Internal contact 1 to 5
Input bit function
Contents
0: No function 1: LSP group selection (0/+1)
2: LSP group selection (0/+2)
3: LSP group selection (0/+4)
4: PID group selection (0/+1)
5: PID group selection (0/+2)
6: PID group selection (0/+4)
7: RUN/READY selection
8: AUTO/MANUAL selection 9: Invalid
10: AT Stop/Start 11: Invalid
12: Control action direct/reverse
13: SP Ramp enabled/disabled
14: PV Hold 15: PV Maximum value hold
16: PV Minimum value hold 17: Timer Stop/Start
18: Release all DO latches (Continue/Release)
19: Invalid 20: Invalid
0: Not used (Default input)
1: Function 1 ((A and B) or (C and D))
2: Function 2 ((A or B) and (C or D))
3: Function 3 (A or B or C or D)
4: Function 4 (A and B and C and D)
0: Normally opened 1: Normally closed
2 to 5: DI1 to 4 6 to 9: Undefined
10 to 14: Internal Event 1to 5
15 to 17: Undefined
18 to 21: Communication DI1 to 4
22: MANUAL 23: READY 24: Invalid
25: AT running 26: During SP ramp 27: Undefined
28: Alarm occurs 29: PV alarm occurs
30: Undefined 31: mode key pressing status
32: Event output 1 status 33: Control output 1 status
The digits are determined to 1st, 2nd, 3rd
and 4th digit from the right end.
0: Direct 1: Reverse
0
0
I d07
di
0
[Lock bank]
Display
LOC
Initial value Setting value
0
14: Output 1
15: Output 2
2: Event 1
3: Event 2
4: Event 3
0
Initial value Setting value
–
–
[Event configuration bank]
Display
E 1.C 1 to E5.C 1
Initial value Setting value
0
[User function bank]
<
Key operation • display
C82
Contents
0: Normally OFF 1: Normally ON
2 to 6: Internal event 1 to 5 7 to 9: Invalid
10 to 13: Undefined 14: MV1 15: MV2
16 to 17: Undefined 18 to 21: DI1 to 4
22 to 25: Undefined
26 to 30: Internal contact 1 to 5
31 to 33: Undefined
34 to 37: Communication DI 1 to 4
38: MANUAL 39: READY 40: Invalid
41: AT 42: During ramp 43: Undefined
44: Alarm 45: PV alarm 46: Undefined
47: [mode] key pressing status
48: Event output 1 terminal status
49: Control output 1 terminal status
0: lit 1: Slow flashing 2: Flashing twice
3: Fast flashing 4: Left to right
5: Right to left
6: Reciprocating between left and right
7: Deviation OK 8: Deviation graph
9: MV graph 10: Heat-side MV graph
11: Cool-side MV graph 12: Invalid
13: DI monitor 14: Internal contact monitor
15: Internal event monitor
Same as MS display, Condition (top
priority)
Same as MS display, Status (top priority)
<
Display
C81
in the lower right part of this page.
Changing the user level
<
• To change a user level, refer to
0: Simple configuration
1: Standard configuration
(initial value)
2: High function configuration
7
PV input range table
[Thermocouple]
C01
Set value
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
Sensor
type
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
J
J
J
J
E
E
T
R
S
B
N
PL II
WRe5-26
WRe5-26
Ni-NiMo
PR40-20
DIN U
DIN L
Gold iron
chromel
Range
-200 to +1200°C
0 to 1200°C
0.0 to 800.0°C
0.0 to 600.0°C
0.0 to 400.0°C
-200.0 to +400.0°C
-200.0 to +200.0°C
0 to 1200°C
0.0 to 800.0°C
0.0 to 600.0°C
-200.0 to +400.0°C
0.0 to 800.0°C
0.0 to 600.0°C
-200.0 to +400.0°C
0 to 1600°C
0 to 1600°C
0 to 1800°C
0 to 1300°C
0 to 1300°C
0 to 1400°C
0 to 2300°C
0 to 1300°C
0 to 1900°C
-200.0 to +400.0°C
-100.0 to +800.0°C
0.0K to 360.0K
[DC voltage/DC current]
C01
Sensor
Range
Set value
type
81
0 to 10mV
Scaling range is
82
-10 to +10mV -1999 to +9999.
83
0 to 100mV
84
0 to 1V
86
1 to 5V
87
0 to 5V
88
0 to 10V
89
0 to 20mA
90
4 to 20mA
[RTD]
C01
Set value
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
Sensor
type
Pt100
JPt100
Pt100
JPt100
Pt100
JPt100
Pt100
JPt100
Pt100
JPt100
Pt100
JPt100
Pt100
JPt100
Pt100
JPt100
Pt100
JPt100
Pt100
JPt100
Pt100
JPt100
Pt100
JPt100
Pt100
JPt100
Pt100
JPt100
Range
-200.0 to +500.0°C
-200.0 to +500.0°C
-200.0 to +200.0°C
-200.0 to +200.0°C
-100.0 to +300.0°C
-100.0 to +300.0°C
-100.0 to +200.0°C
-100.0 to +200.0°C
-100.0 to +150.0°C
-100.0 to +150.0°C
-50.0 to +200.0°C
-50.0 to +200.0°C
-50.0 to +100.0°C
-50.0 to +100.0°C
-60.0 to +40.0°C
-60.0 to +40.0°C
-40.0 to +60.0°C
-40.0 to +60.0°C
-10.00 to +60.00°C
-10.00 to +60.00°C
0.0 to 100.0°C
0.0 to 100.0°C
0.0 to 200.0°C
0.0 to 200.0°C
0.0 to 300.0°C
0.0 to 300.0°C
0.0 to 500.0°C
0.0 to 500.0°C
: Initial value
*1: If the ROM version 1 of the instrument
information bank (I d02) is prior to
2.04, a setting of "3" for the PV input
range type (C0 1) will result in display of
the K thermocouple 0 to 800°C range
with no decimal point.
*2: The indicated low limit for a B thermocouple is 20°C. However, if ROM version 1 of the instrument information
bank (I d02) is prior to 2.04, the value
is -180°C.
List of alarm code
Alarm
code
AL0 1
Input failure
AL02
AL03
AL 1 1
AL70
Instrument failure
AL95
AL96
AL97
AL98
AL99
Failure name
PV input failure
(Over-range)
PV input failure
(Under-range)
CJ failure
PV input failure
(RTD)
CT input failure
(Over-range)
(CT input 1 or 2,
or both)
A/D conversion
failure
Parameter failure
Cause
Sensor burnout, incorrect
wiring, incorrect PV input
type setting
Sensor burnout, incorrect
wiring, incorrect PV input
type setting
Terminal temperature is
faulty (thermocouple).
Sensor burnout, incorrect
wiring
A current exceeding the
upper limit of the display
range was measured.
The number of CT turns
or the number of CT power
wire loops is incorrectly
set, or wiring is incorrect.
A/D converter is faulty.
Power is shut-down while
the data is being set, or
data is corrupted by noise.
Adjustment data
Power is shut-down while
failure
the data is being set, or
data is corrupted by noise.
Parameter failure Data is corrupted by
(RAM area)
noise.
Adjustment data
Data is corrupted by
failure (RAM area) noise.
ROM failure
ROM (memory) is faulty.
Corrective action
Check the wiring.
Set the PV input type
again.
Check the ambient
temperature.
Check the wiring.
• Use a CT with the
correct number of turns
for the display range.
• Reset the number of CT
turns.
• Reset the number of CT
power wire loops.
• Check the wiring.
Replace the unit.
• Restart the unit.
• Set the data again (set
data for AL95/97 and
adjustment data for
AL96/98.
• Replace the unit.
Event type
Operation
type
No event
PV high
limit
Set
value
0
1
Direct action
Reverse action
● shows that the ON/OFF is changed at this value.
O shows that the ON/OFF is changed at a point that
"1U" is added to this value.
● shows that the ON/OFF is changed at this value.
O shows that the ON/OFF is changed at a point that
"1U" is added to this value.
Always OFF
Always OFF
HYS
ON
ON
HYS
Main setting
Main setting
PV
PV low
limit
2
ON
HYS
HYS
Main setting
PV high/
low limit
3
ON
ON
Sub-setting *
HYS
HYS
ON
PV
ON
ON
HYS
SP + Main setting PV
SP + Main setting PV
Deviation
low limit
PV
Main setting * Sub-setting * PV
4
HYS
ON
Main setting
PV
HYS
HYS
Main setting *
Deviation
high limit
PV
5
ON
HYS
HYS
SP + Main setting
Deviation
high/low
limit
6
Deviation
high limit
(Final SP
reference)
Deviation
low limit
(Final SP
reference)
Deviation
high/low
limit
(Final SP
reference)
Heater 1
burnout/
Overcurrent
7
ON
HYS
HYS
ON
HYS
Main setting Sub-setting
PV
SP
HYS
ON
ON
HYS
ON
HYS
SP + Main setting PV
8
HYS
HYS
SP + Main setting
PV
Main setting Sub-setting
SP
PV
SP + Main setting PV
ON
ON
SP + Main setting
PV
ON
SP + Main setting
PV
PV
9
ON
HYS
HYS
ON
HYS
Main setting Sub-setting
PV
SP
ON
HYS
Main setting Sub-setting
SP
PV
16
ON
HYS
HYS
ON
HYS
Main setting *
Sub-setting *
CT1 at output ON
OFF before measuring the CT1 current value
Heater 1
shortcircuit
17
Heater 2
burnout/
Overcurrent
18
HYS
ON
ON
HYS
OFF before measuring CT1 current value
ON
HYS
Alarm
(status)
23
HYS
HYS
Sub-setting *
CT2 at output ON
OFF before measuring CT2 current value
19
ON
Main setting *
Main setitng * Sub-setting *
CT2 at output ON
Heater 2
shortcircuit
HYS
Main setting
CT1 at output OFF
OFF before measuring CT1 current value
HYS
HYS
Sub-setting *
CT1 at output ON
OFF before measuring CT1 current value
Main setting
CT1 at output OFF
ON
ON
Main setting *
OFF before measuirng CT2 current value
ON
ON
Main setting
CT2 at output OFF
OFF before measuring CT2 current value
HYS
Main setting
CT2 at output OFF
OFF before measuring CT2 current value
ON if alarm occurs (alarm code AL01 to 99).
OFF in other cases.
OFF if alarm occurs (alarm code AL01 to 99).
ON in other cases.
: initial value
*: If the main setting is greater than the sub-setting, operations are performed with the main
setting and sub-setting automatically swapped.
Event types other than the above:
Operation type
SP high limit
SP low limit
SP high/low limit
MV high limit
MV low limit
MV high/low limit
Set value
10
11
12
13
14
15
Operation type
Loop diagnosis 1
Loop diagnosis 2
Loop diagnosis 3
READY (status)
MANUAL (status)
RSP (status)
Set value
20
21
22
24
25
26
Operation type
Set value
During AT (status)
27
During SP ramp
28
Control action (status)
29
ST setting standby (status)
30
Estimated position contorol (status)
31
Timer (status)
32
Specifications are subject to change without notice. (09)
• Reset the unit.
• Replace the unit.
Handling precautions
• If ROM version 1 of the instrument information bank (I d02) is prior to 2.04, CT
input failure (AL 1 1) is not displayed.
1-12-2 Kawana, Fujisawa
Kanagawa 251-8522 Japan
1st edition: No. 2007 (W)
2nd edition: Apr. 2012 (M)
URL: http://www.azbil.com
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