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iDRA Controller
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part 1: Introduction............................................................................................2
1.1
Description .................................................................................2
1.2
Safety Considerations ...............................................................3
1.3
Before You Begin .......................................................................4
Part 2: Setup.......................................................................................................5
2.1
Optional Remote Programmer Front Panel ............................5
2.2
Front Panel Connections...........................................................6
2.3
Electrical Installation .................................................................7
2.3.1 Power Connections........................................................7
2.3.2 Thermocouple - Input Connection................................8
2.3.3 Two / Three / Four Wire RTD-Hookup ...........................9
2.3.4 Process Current - Wiring Hookup...............................10
2.3.5 Process Voltage - Wiring Hookup ...............................10
2.3.6 Wiring Outputs - Wiring Hookup.................................11
Part 3: Operation: Configuration Mode .........................................................14
3.1
Introduction ..............................................................................14
Turning your Instrument On for the First Time
Buttons Functions in Configuration Mode
3.2
Menu Configuration ................................................................15
3.2.1 ID Number .....................................................................16
3.2.2 Set Points......................................................................17
3.2.3 Configuration Menu ....................................................18
3.2.4 Input Type Menu ...........................................................18
Input Type (Thermocouple) ........................................19
Input Type (RTD)...........................................................20
Input Type (Process) ...................................................21
3.2.5 Reading Configuration Menu .....................................21
3.2.6 Alarm 1 Menu ...............................................................25
3.2.7 Alarm 2 Menu................................................................29
3.2.8 Loop Break Time Menu/Field Calibration...................30
3.2.9 Output 1 Menu ..............................................................32
3.2.10 Analog Output (Retransmission) ................................39
3.2.11 Ramp and Soak Menu ..................................................41
3.2.12 ID Code Menu ...............................................................43
3.2.13 Communication Options Menu ...................................45
3.2.14 Display Color Selection Menu.....................................51
Part 4: Specifications ......................................................................................54
Part 5: Factory Preset Values .........................................................................59
CE Approval Information ................................................................................61
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LIST OF FIGURES:
Figure 2.1
Figure 2.2
Figure 2.3
Figure 2.4
Figure 2.5
Figure 2.6
Figure 2.7
Figure 2.8
Figure 2.9
Figure 2.10
Figure 2.11
Figure 2.12
Figure 2.13
Figure 3.1
Figure 3.2
Figure 3.3
Figure 3.4
Figure 3.5
Figure 3.6
Figure 3.7
Figure 3.8
Figure 3.9
Figure 3.10
Figure 3.11
Figure 3.12
Figure 3.13
Optional Remote Programmer Front Panel ............................ 5
Input and Output Connections .................................................6
Main Power Connections ..........................................................7
Thermocouple Wiring Hookup..................................................8
Two/Three/Four-wire RTD
a) RTD-1000 ohm and 500 ohm Wiring Hookup.....................9
b) RTD-100 ohm Wiring Hookup..............................................9
Process Current Wiring Hookup
(Internal and External Excitation) ...........................................10
Process Voltage Wiring Hookup
a) With Sensor Excitation ......................................................10
b) Without Sensor Excitation.................................................10
Output Connections:
a) Mechanical Relay and SSR Outputs – Wiring Hookup ...11
b) Pulse Outputs – Wiring Hookup........................................11
Isolated Analog Output Wiring Hookup .................................11
Snubber Circuits Wiring Hookup............................................12
Typical Application...................................................................12
Communication Outputs:
a) RS-232 Output – Wiring Hookup.......................................13
b) RS-485 Output – Wiring Hookup.......................................13
Excitation Output .....................................................................13
Flow Chart for ID and Set Points Menu..................................15
Flow Chart for Configuration Menu........................................18
Flow Chart for Input Type Menu .............................................18
Flow Chart for Reading Configuration Menu.........................21
Flow Chart for Alarm 1 Menu ..................................................25
Flow Chart for Alarm 2 Menu ..................................................29
Flow Chart for Loop Break Time/Field Calibration ...............30
Flow Chart for Output 1 Menu.................................................32
Flow Chart for Analog Output Menu.......................................39
Flow Chart for Ramp and Soak Menu ....................................41
Flow Chart for ID Code Menu..................................................43
Flow Chart for Communication Option Menu........................45
Flow Chart for Display Color Selection Menu .......................51
LIST OF TABLES:
Table 2.1
Table 2.2
Table 2.3
Table 2.4
Table 3.1
Table 3.2
Table 4.1
Table 5.1
Optional Remote Programmer Front Panel Annunciators .....5
Connectors .................................................................................6
Fuse Requirement......................................................................7
TC Wire Color Chart...................................................................8
Button Function in Configuration Mode ................................14
Conversion Table .....................................................................24
Input Properties........................................................................58
Factory Preset Values..............................................................59
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NOTES, WARNINGS and CAUTIONS
Information that is especially important to note is identified by following labels:
• NOTE
• WARNING or CAUTION
• IMPORTANT
• TIP
NOTE: Provides you with information that is important to successfully
setup and use the Programmable Digital Meter.
CAUTION or WARNING: Tells you about the risk of electrical shock.
CAUTION, WARNING or IMPORTANT: Tells you of circumstances or
practices that can effect the instrument’s functionality and must refer
to accompanying documents.
TIP: Provides you helpful hints.
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PART 1
INTRODUCTION
1.1 Description
This device can be purchased as a controller, with outputs or as a signal
conditioner.
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The iSeries offers unparalleled flexibility in process measurement. Each unit
allows the user to select the input type, from 10 thermocouple types (J, K, T,
E, R, S, B, C, N and J DIN), Pt RTDs (100, 500 or 1000 Ω, with either 385 or
392 curve), DC voltage, or DC current. The voltage/current inputs are fully
scalable to virtually all engineering units, with selectable decimal point,
perfect for use with pressure, flow or other process input.
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The temperature control can be achieved by using on/off or PID heat/cool
control strategy. Control can be optimized with an auto tune feature. The
instrument offers a ramp to setpoint with timed soak period before switching
off the output.
•
The standard features include three outputs with a choice of relay, SSR, or
dc pulse outputs and isolated analog voltage or current output. Options
include programmable RS-232 or RS-485 serial communication or excitation.
Analog Output is fully scalable and may be configured as retransmission to
follow your display. Universal power supply accepts 90 to 240 Vac. Low voltage
power option accepts 24 Vac or 20 to 36 Vdc.
•
The optional Remote Programmer features a large, three color
programmable display with capability to change a color every time the Alarm
is triggered.
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1.2 Safety Considerations
This device is marked with the International Caution Symbol. It is
important to read this manual before installing or commissioning this
device as it contains important information relating to Safety and EMC
(Electromagnetic Compatibility).
This instrument is a panel mount device protected in accordance with
EN 61010-1:2001, electrical safety requirements for electrical equipment
for measurement, control and laboratory. Installation of this instrument
should be done by qualified personnel. In order to ensure safe operation,
the following instructions should be followed.
This instrument has no power-on switch. An external switch or circuitbreaker shall be included in the building installation as a disconnecting
device. It shall be marked to indicate this function, and it shall be in close
proximity to the equipment within easy reach of the operator. The switch or
circuit-breaker shall meet the relevant requirements of IEC 947–1 and
IEC 947-3 (International Electrotechnical Commission). The switch shall
not be incorporated in the main supply cord.
Furthermore, to provide protection against excessive energy being drawn
from the main supply in case of a fault in the equipment, an overcurrent
protection device shall be installed.
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•
•
•
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•
Do not exceed voltage rating on the label located on the top of the
instrument housing.
Always disconnect power before changing signal and power
connections.
Do not use this instrument on a work bench without its case for safety
reasons.
Do not operate this instrument in flammable or explosive atmospheres.
Do not expose this instrument to rain or moisture.
Unit mounting should allow for adequate ventilation to ensure
instrument does not exceed operating temperature rating.
Use electrical wires with adequate size to handle mechanical strain
and power requirements. Install without exposing bare wire outside the
connector to minimize electrical shock hazards.
EMC Considerations
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•
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Whenever EMC is an issue, always use shielded cables.
Never run signal and power wires in the same conduit.
Use signal wire connections with twisted-pair cables.
Install Ferrite Bead(s) on signal wires close to the instrument if EMC
problems persist.
Failure to follow all instructions and warnings may result in injury!
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1.3 Before You Begin
Inspecting Your Shipment:
Remove the packing slip and verify that you have received everything
listed. Inspect the container and equipment for signs of damage as soon
as you receive the shipment. Note any evidence of rough handling in
transit. Immediately report any damage to the shipping agent. The carrier
will not honor damage claims unless all shipping material is saved for
inspection. After examining and removing the contents, save the packing
material and carton in the event reshipment is necessary.
Customer Service:
If you need assistance, please call the nearest Customer Service
Department, listed in this manual.
Manuals, Software:
The latest Operation and Communication Manual as well as free software
are available from the website listed in this manual or on the CD-ROM
enclosed with your shipment.
For first-time users: Refer to the QuickStart Manual for basic operation
and set-up instructions.
The following steps in this manual for configuring your device are
explained by using the optional Remote Programmer Display (iDRP).
If you have the Serial Communications Option (-C24) you can easily
configure the controller on your computer or on-line.
To Disable Outputs:
To ensure that menu changes are properly stored, Standby Mode should
be used during setup of the instrument. During Standby Mode, the
instrument remains in a ready condition, but all outputs are disabled.
Standby Mode is useful when maintenence of the system is necessary.
When the instrument is in "RUN" Mode, push d twice to disable all
outputs and alarms. It is now in "STANDBY" Mode. Push d once more
to resume "RUN" Mode.
PUSH d TWICE to disable the system during an EMERGENCY.
To Reset the Meter:
When the controller is in the "MENU" Mode, push c once to direct
controller one step backward of the top menu item.
Push c twice to reset controller, prior to resuming "Run" Mode except
after "Alarms", that will go to the "Run" Mode without resetting the
controller.
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PART 2
SETUP
Refer to the Quick Start Guide for assembly and disassembly
instructions.
2.1 Optional Remote Programmer Front Panel
Figure 2.1 Optional Remote Programmer Front Panel
Table 2.1
Optional Remote Programmer Front Panel Annunciators
1
2
°C
°F
a
b
c
d
Output 1/Setpoint 1/ Alarm 1 indicator
Output 2/Setpoint 2/ Alarm 2 indicator
°C unit indicator
°F unit indicator
Changes display to Configuration Mode and
advances through menu items*
Used in Program Mode and Peak Recall*
Used in Program Mode and Valley Recall*
Accesses submenus in Configuration Mode
and stores selected values*
* See Part 3 Operation: Configuration Mode
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2.2 Front Panel Connections
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
The front panel connections are shown in Figures 2.2 and 2.3.
Figure 2.2 Input and Output Connections
Table 2.2 Connectors
POWER
AC/DC Power Connector: All models
Input Connector:
INPUT
All models TC, PR (Process), RTD
OUTPUT 1 Based on one of the following models:
Relay SPDT
Solid State Relay
Pulse
OUTPUT 2 Based on one of the following models:
Relay SPDT
Solid State Relay
Pulse
OUTPUT 3 Isolated Analog Output (Voltage and Current)
Based on one of the following models:
OPTION
RS-232C and RS-485
Excitation
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2.3 Electrical Installation
2.3.1 Power Connections
Caution: Do not connect power to your device until you have completed all
input and output connections. Failure to do so may result in injury!
Connect the main power connections as shown in the figure below.
* See Specification Section
Figure 2.3 Main Power Connections
Table 2.3 Fuse Requirement (see specifications)
FUSE
FUSE 1
FUSE 2
Connector
Power
Power
Output Type
N/A
N/A
For 115Vac
100 mA(T)
N/A
For 230Vac
63 mA(T)
N/A
DC
63 mA(T)
400 mA(T)
For the low voltage power option, in order to maintain the same degree of
protection as the standard high voltage input power units (90 - 240 Vac),
always use a Safety Agency Approved DC or AC source with the same
Overvoltage Category and pollution degree as the standard AC unit
(90 - 240 Vac).
The Safety European Standard EN61010-1 for measurement, control,and
laboratory equipment requires that fuses must be specified based on
IEC127. This standard specifies for a Time-lag fuse, the letter code “T”.
The above recommended fuses are of the type IEC127-2-sheet III. Be
aware that there are significant differences between the requirements
listed in the UL 248-14/CSA 248.14 and the IEC 127 fuse standards. As a
result, no single fuse can carry all approval listings. A 1.0 Amp IEC fuse is
approximately equivalent to a 1.4 Amp UL/CSA fuse. It is advised to
consult the manufacturer’s data sheets for a cross-reference.
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2.3.2 Thermocouple Input
The figure below shows the wiring hookup for any thermocouple type.
For example, for Type K hookup, connect the yellow wire to the "2" terminal and
the red wire to the "1(-)" terminal.
When configuring your controller, select Thermocouple and Thermocouple Type
in the Input Type menu (see Part 3).
Figure 2.4 Thermocouple Wiring Hookup
Table 2.4 TC Wire Color Chart
TYPE
J
K
T
E
N
R
S
B
Input Connector
Jacket (external insulation)
Terminal 1 (-) Terminal 2 (+)
Extension
Grade
Red
White
dark-Brown
Black
Red
Yellow
dark-Brown
Yellow
Red
Blue
dark-Brown
Blue
Red
Purple
dark-Brown
Purple
Red
Orange
dark-Brown
Brown
Red
Black
Green
Red
Black
Green
Red
Gray
Black
If the input wires of the meter get disconnected or broken, it will display
+OPN “Input (+) Open” message. For safety purpose you may want to
set up your alarm to be triggered when input is open. See Alarm 1 and 2
chapters for details.
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2.3.3 Two/Three/Four-Wire RTD
Figure 2.5 a) RTD-1000 ohm and
500 ohm Wiring Hookup
4-WIRE
3-WIRE
2-WIRE
4-WIRE
3-WIRE
2-WIRE
The figures below show the input connections and input connector jumpers
(shown in bold lines) required to hookup a 2-, 3- or 4-wire RTD.
b) RTD-100 ohm Wiring Hookup
The two-wire connection is simplest method, but does not compensate for
lead-wire temperature change and often requires calibration to cancel lead-wire
resistance offset.
The three-wire connection works best with RTD leads closely equal in
resistance. The device measures the RTD, plus upper and lower lead drop
voltage and the subtracts twice the measured drop in the lower supply current
lead producing excellent lead-resistance cancellation for balanced
measurements.
The four-wire RTD hookup is applicable to unbalanced lead resistance and
enables the device to measure and subtract the lead voltage, which produces
the best lead-resistance cancellation.
When configuring your controller, select RTD Type and RTD value in the Input
Type menu (see Part 3).
If the input wires of the meter get disconnected or broken, it will display
+OPN “Input (+) Open” message except in case of 500/1000 Ω 2-wire
RTD. In this case the display shows -OPN “Input (-) Open” message.
For safety purpose you may want to set up your alarm to be triggered
when input is open. See Alarm 1 and 2 chapters for details.
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2.3.4 Process Current
The figure below shows the wiring hookup for Process Current 0 – 20 mA.
0-20 mA
Internal
Excitation
0-20 mA
External
Excitation
Figure 2.6 Process Current Wiring Hookup
(Internal and External Excitation)
When configuring your instrument, select Process Type in the Input Type Menu
(see Part 3).
2.3.5 Process Voltage
The figure below shows the wiring hookup for Process Voltage 0 – 100 mV,
0 – 1 V, 0 – 10 V.
RL
1 V or 10 V
1 V or 10 V
100 mV
100 mV
Return
Return
Figure 2.7 Process Voltage Wiring Hookup
(with Sensor Excitation and without Sensor Excitation)
RL - Voltage limited resistor, which allows to convert 24 Vdc internal excitation
voltage to the appropriate process input value. For instance: if the potentiometer
value is equal to 10 kΩ, the minimum RL is 14 kΩ for 10 V process input.
When configuring your instrument, select Process Type in the Input Type Menu
(see Part 3).
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2.3.6 Wiring Outputs
C
OUTPUT 1 OUTPUT 2
OUTPUT 1 OUTPUT 2
This meter has three factory installed outputs.
Output 1 can be configured as Control Output or Alarm Output with SPDT
Mechanical Relay, SPST Solid State Relay, or Pulse.
Output 2 is an Alarm Output with SPDT Mechanical Relay, SPST Solid State
Relay, or Pulse.
Output 3 is Isolated Analog (retransmission) Voltage and Current Output.
Connections are shown below.
0.5 A (T)
SSR
NO
External
Load
C
NC RELAY
NO
3 A (T)
External
Load
Figure 2.8
a) Mechanical Relay and SSR
Outputs Wiring Hookup
RETURN
PULSE
PULSE
RETURN
PULSE
PULSE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
b) Pulse Output
Wiring Hookup
RETURN
CURRENT
VOLTAGE
Figure 2.9 Isolated Analog Output Wiring Hookup.
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This device has snubber circuits designed to protect the contacts of the
mechanical relays when it switches to inductive loads (i.e. solenoids, relays).
These snubbers are internally connected between the Common (C) and
Normally Open (NO) relay contacts of Output 1 and Output 2.
OUTPUT 1 OUTPUT 2
If you have an inductive load connected between Common (C) and
Normally Closed (NC) contacts of the mechanical relays and you want to
protect them from the rush current during the switching period, you have
to connect an external snubber circuit between Common (C) and
Normally Closed (NC) contacts as indicated in the figure below.
C
NC
NO
C
NC
RC CIRCUIT
100
1/4 W
NO
0.033
OR
VARISTOR
275 V
Figure 2.10 Snubber Circuits Wiring Hookup
dc CONTROLLED SSR USED WITH TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER WITH dc VOLTAGE SSR DRIVER OUTPUT
TEMPERATURE
CONTROLLER
CONTROL
SIDE
dc INPUT
SSR
1
4
LOAD
SIDE
HEATER
Vac
Vac
0 or 5 Vdc,
TYPICALLY
3
2
FAST BLOW
FUSE
ac CONTROLLED SSR USED WITH TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER WITH MECHANICAL RELAY OUTPUT
TEMPERATURE
CONTROLLER
CONTROL
SIDE
ac INPUT
SSR
4
1
LOAD
SIDE
HEATER
Vac
Vac
3
2
FAST BLOW
FUSE
Vac
DRIVING
SSR
ac CONTROLLED SSR USED WITH TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER WITH TRIAC OUTPUT
TEMPERATURE
CONTROLLER
CONTROL SIDE
LOAD
RESISTOR
ac INPUT
SSR
1
4
LOAD
SIDE
HEATER
Vac
Vac
3
2
FAST BLOW
FUSE
Vac
DRIVING
SSR
Figure 2.11 Typical Applications
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This device may have a programmable serial communication output.
The RS-232 and RS-485 Output Connections are shown below.
Tx
Rx
RTN
-Tx / Rx
+Tx / Rx
Figure 2.12 Serial Communication
a) RS-232 Output Wiring Hookup b) RS-485 Output Wiring Hookup
This device has built-in excitation. The connections are shown below.
-
Excitation is not available
if communication (-C24)
or low power (-DC) option
is installed.
24 Vdc
+
Figure 2.13 Excitation Output
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PART 3
OPERATION: Configuration Mode
3.1 Introduction
The following configuration section is explained by using the Optional
Remote Programmer Display, you may also configure your device on your
computer using the Serial Communications Option.
The instrument has two different modes of operation. The first, Run Mode, is
used to display values for the Process Variable, and to display or clear Peak and
Valley values. The other mode, Menu Configuration Mode, is used to navigate
through the menu options and configure the controller. Part 3 of this manual will
explain the Menu Configuration Mode. For your instrument to operate properly,
the user must first "program" or configure the menu options.
Turning your Controller On for the First Time
The device becomes active as soon as it is connected to a power source. It has
no On or Off switch. The device at first momentarily shows the software version
number, followed by reset RST, and then proceeds to the Run Mode
For first-time users: Refer to the QuickStart Manual for basic operation and
set-up instructions.
Table 3.1 Button Function in Configuration Mode
• To enter the Menu, the user must first press a button.
a
• Use this button to advance/navigate to the next menu item. The user can
MENU
navigate through all the top level menus by pressing a.
• While a parameter is being modified, press a to escape without saving the parameter.
• Press the up b button to scroll through “flashing” selections. When a numerical
value is displayed press this key to increase value of a parameter that is
currently being modified.
b
(UP)
• Holding the b button down for approximately 3 seconds will speed up the rate at
which the set point value increments.
• In the Run Mode press b causes the display to flash the PEAK value – press
again to return to the Run Mode.
• Press the down c button to go back to a previous Top Level Menu item.
• Press this button twice to reset the controller to the Run Mode.
• When a numerical value is flashing (except set point value) press c to scroll
digits from left to right allowing the user to select the desired digit to modify.
c
(DOWN)
• When a setpoint value is displayed press c to decrease value of a setpoint that
is currently being modified. Holding the c button down for approximately 3
seconds will speed up the rate at which the setpoint value is decremented.
• In the Run Mode press c causes the display to flash the VALLEY value – press
again to return to the Run Mode.
• Press the enter d button to access the submenus from a Top Level Menu item.
• Press d to store a submenu selection or after entering a value — the display will
d
ENTER
flash a STRD message to confirm your selection.
• To reset flashing Peak or Valley press d.
• In the Run Mode, press d twice to enable Standby Mode with flashing STBY.
Reset: Except for Alarms, modifying any settings of the menu configuration
will reset the instrument prior to resuming Run Mode.
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3.2 Menu Configuration
It is required that you put the controller in the Standby Mode for any
configuration change other than Setpoints & Alarms.
Figure 3.1 Flow Chart for ID and Set Points
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3.2.1 ID Number
SEE ID MENU SELECTION IN CONFIGURATION SECTION FOR
ENABLE/DISABLE OR CHANGE ID CODE.
If ID Code is Disabled or set as Default (0000) the menu will skip ID step
to Set Point Menu.
If ID Code is set to Full Security Level and user attempts to enter the
Main Menu, they will be prompted for an ID Code.
If ID Code is set to Setpoint/ID Security Level and user attempts to enter
the Configuration Menu, they will be prompted for an ID Code.
ENTERING YOUR NON-DEFAULT FULL SECURITY ID NUMBER.
Press a
1) Display shows ID.
Press d
2) Display advances to ____.
Press b & c 3) Press b to increase digit 0-9. Press c to activate next digit
(flashing). Continue to use b and c to enter your 4-digit ID code.
Press d
4) If the correct ID code is entered, the menu will advance to the
Setpoint 1 Menu, otherwise an error message ERRo will be
displayed and the instrument will return to the Run Mode.
To change ID Code, see ID Menu in the Configuration section.
ENTERING YOUR NON-DEFAULT SETPOINT/ID SECURITY ID NUMBER.
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
a
a
a
d
b&c
d
5) Display shows SP1 Setpoint 1 Menu.
6) Display shows SP2 Setpoint 2 Menu.
7) Display shows ID ID Code Menu.
8) Display advances to ____.
9) Use b and c to change your ID Code.
10) If correct ID Code is entered, the display will advance to the
INPT Input Menu, otherwise the error message ERRo will be
displayed and the controller will return to the Run Mode.
To prevent unauthorized tampering with the setup parameters, the
controller provides protection by requiring the user to enter the ID Code
before allowing access to subsequent menus. If the ID Code entered
does not match the ID Code stored, the controller responds with an error
message and access to subsequent menus will be denied.
Use numbers that are easy for you to remember. If the ID Code is
forgotten or lost, call customer service with your serial number to access
and reset the default to 0000.
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3.2.2 Set Points
SETPOINT 1:
Press a
Press d
1) Press a, if necessary until SP1 prompt appears.
2) Display shows previous value of “Setpoint 1” with 1st digit
flashing.
Press b & c 3) Press b and c to increase or decrease Setpoint 1
respectively.
Holding b & c buttons down for approximately 3 seconds will speed up the
rate at which the set point value increments or decrements.
Press b & c 4) Continue to use b and c to enter your 4-digit Setpoint 1 value.
Press d
5) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advance to SP2 only, if a change was made, otherwise press a
to advance to SP2 Setpoint 2 Menu.
SETPOINT 2:
Press d
6) Display shows previous value of “Setpoint 2” with 1st digit
flashing.
Press b & c 7) Press b and c to increase or decrease Setpoint 2
respectively.
Holding b & c buttons down for approximately 3 seconds will speed up
the rate at which the setpoint value increments or decrements.
Press d
8) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to CNFG only, if a change was made, otherwise press
a to advance to CNFG Configuration Menu.
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3.2.3 Configuration Menu
Figure 3.2 Flow Chart for Configuration Menu
Enter Configuration Menu:
Press a
Press d
Press a
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appear.
2) Display advance to INPT Input Menu.
3) Pressing and releasing a to scroll through all available
menus of Configuration section.
3.2.4 Input Type Menu
Figure 3.3 Flow Chart for Input Type Menu
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Input Type (Thermocouple)
ENTER INPUT TYPE MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press d
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advance to INPT Input Menu.
3) Display flashes T.ç , RTD or PROC (Thermocouple, RTD or
Process). If the displayed input type is T.ç , press a to skip to
step 6 (T.ç stops flashing).
THERMOCOUPLE SUBMENU:
Press b
Press d
Press d
Press b
Press d
4) Scroll through the available selection to T.ç (flashing).
5) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
T.ç (not flashing).
6) Display flashes previous thermocouple type selection. i.e. J
(see below for types).
7) Scroll through the available thermocouple types to the
selection of your choice.
8) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to the RDG Reading Configuration Menu.
Use the Input Type (Thermocouple) (RTD) or (Process) and verify your
Electrical Installation (see Section 2.3). See the following pages for (TC),
(RTD), (Process) menus.
Thermocouple Types: J, K, T, E, N, DIN J, R, S, B, C
Display:
J K T E N DNJ R S B C
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Input Type (RTD)
ENTER INPUT TYPE MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press d
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Display flashes T.ç, RTD or PROC (Thermocouple, RTD or
Process). If the displayed input type is RTD , press a to skip to
step 6 (RTD stops flashing).
RTD SUBMENU:
Press b
Press d
Press d
Press b
Press d
4) Scroll through the available selection to RTD (flashing).
5) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
RTD (not flashing).
6) Display flashes previous RTD type selection i.e. 392.2
(see below for RTD types selection).
7) Scroll through the available RTD types to the selection of
your choice.
8) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to RTD RTD value.
RTD Types: 392
385
Two, Three or Four-wire
Display:
392.2 , 392.3, 392.4, 385.2 , 385.3 , 385.4
Last digit indicates: 2-, 3- or 4-wire input.
RTD VALUE SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
9) Display flashes previous RTD value selection i.e. 100_
(see below for RTD value selection).
10) Scroll through the available RTD values to the selection of
your choice.
11) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to RDG Reading Configuration Menu.
RTD Values: 100 ohm
Display:
100_
500 ohm
500_
1000 ohm
1000
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Input Type (Process)
ENTER INPUT TYPE MENU:
Press a
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
Press d
2) Display advance to INPT Input Menu.
Press d
3) Display flashes T.ç, RTD or PROC (Thermocouple, RTD or
Process). If the displayed input type is PROC, press a to skip to
step 6 (PROC stops flashing).
PROCESS SUBMENU:
Press b
4) Scroll through the available selection to PROC (flashing).
Press d
5) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
PROC (not flashing).
Press d
6) Display flashes previous Process type selection. i.e. 0-10
(see below for Process types selection).
Press b
7) Scroll through the available Process types to the selection of
your choice.
Press d
8) Display shows STRD stored message and then advances to
RDG Reading Configuration Menu.
Process Types: 100 mV 1 V
Display:
0-0.1 0-1.0
10 V
0-10
0 – 20 mA
0-20
For 4-20 mA Input select 0-20 mA and adjust the Input/Reading accordingly.
To adjust 4-20 mA input, see example under Input/Reading Submenu.
3.2.5 Reading Configuration Menu
It is required that you put the controller in the Standby Mode for any
configuration change other than Set Points & Alarms.
Figure 3.4 Flow Chart for Reading Configuration Menu
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ENTER READING CONFIGURATION MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press a
Press d
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Display advances to RDG Reading Configuration Menu.
4) Display advances to DEC Decimal Point.
DECIMAL POINT SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
5) Display flashes previous selection for Decimal location.
6) Scroll though the available selections and choose Decimal
location: FFFF or FFF.F (also FF.FF and F.FFF — if PROC
Process type was selected in the Input Type Menu).
7) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to TEMP Temperature Unit.
Decimal Point for Process Input Type is passive.
TEMPERATURE UNIT SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
8) Display flashes previous Temperature Unit selection.
9) Scroll though the available selections to the Temperature Unit
of your choice: °F or °C.
10) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to FLTR Filter Constant.
FILTER CONSTANT SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
11) Display flashes previous selection for Filter Constant.
12) Scroll though the available selections: 0001, 0002, 0004,
0008, 0016, 0032, 0064, 0128. - Default is 0004
13) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily only, if a
change was made, otherwise press a to advance to the next menu.
If Process was selected in the Input Type Menu the display will
advance to IN.RD Input/Reading Submenu, otherwise the
display advances to the ALR1 Alarm 1 Menu.
The Filter Constant Submenu allows the user to specify the
number of readings stored in the Digital Averaging Filter.
For PID control select filter value 0001-0004. A filter value of 2 is
approximately equal to 1 second RC low pass time constant.
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Reading Configuration (If Process was selected)
INPUT/READING (SCALE AND OFFSET) SUBMENU:
Input Voltage or Current can be converted or scaled into values appropriate for
the process or signal being measured. So, a reading may be displayed, for
example, in units of weight or velocity instead of in amperes or volts.
The instrument determines Scale and Offset values based on two user-provided
input values entered with the corresponding readings. Note that “In1” Input 1 and
“In2” Input 2 are represented and entered as a product of the input
voltage/current and the conversion number from the Table 3.1.
The following instructions include details for a specific scenario in which a
4-20 mA input (in the 20 mA Process Mode) is to be represented as a
measurement of 0-100 percent.
14) Press d at the IN.RD prompt. Display shows IN1 Input 1
Submenu.
Press d
15) Display shows Input 1 value with 1st digit flashing.
Press b & c 16) Use b and c buttons to enter IN1 value.
The IN1 value = min. input value * conversion number.
Press d
Disregard the position of the decimal point (2000 counts may
actually appear as “2000”, “200.0”, “20.00”, or “2.000”).
Example: 4 mA as 4(mA) x 500 = 2000.
Press d
17) Display advances to RD1 Reading 1 Submenu.
Press b & c 18) Use b and c buttons to enter RD1 value.
This value represents IN1 in terms of some meaningful
engineering units. To show the 4 mA as zero percent enter RD1
value = 0000.
Example: RD1 value = 0000.
Press d
19) Display IN2 Input 2 Submenu.
Press d
20) Display shows Input 2 value with 1st digit flashing.
The IN2 value = max. input value * conversion number.
Example: 20(mA) x 500 = 10000 (9999).
Press b & c 21) Use b and c buttons to enter IN2 value.
Press d
22) Display advances to RD2 Reading 2 Submenu.
Press b & c 23) Use b and c buttons to enter RD2 value.
Example: RD2 value = 0100.
Press d
24) Display flashes STRD stored message momentarily and
then advances to ALR1 only, if change was made, otherwise
press d to advance to ALR1 Alarm 1 Menu.
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Conversion number is a coefficient of conversion between input values
and real full display range (10000 counts, shown as 9999). See Table 3.2
below for proper conversion number.
Table 3.2 Conversion Table
RANGE
100 mV
1V
10 V
0 -20 mA
Example
0-1V
In 1
Rd 1
Inp 2
Rd 2
CONVERSION NUMBER
10000 / (100 x 1) = 100
10000 / (1000 x 1) = 10
10000 / (1000 x 10) = 1
10000 / (20 x 1) = 500
=
=
=
=
=
=
0 - 100.0
0
0
9999
100.0
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3.2.6 Alarm 1
This unit is equipped with three physical outputs that can only be configured as
follows:
a) Alarm 1, Alarm 2 & Analog Output
b) Output 1, Alarm 2 & Analog Output
Alarm must be DISABLED if Ramp is ENABLED.
Figure 3.5 Flow Chart for Alarm 1
ENTER ALARM 1 MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press a
Press d
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Press a, if necessary, until Display advances to ALR1 Alarm 1
Menu.
4) Display advances to Alarm 1 ENBL Enable or DSBL Disable
Submenu and flashes the previous selection.
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ALARM 1 ENABLE/DISABLE SUBMENU:
Press b
Press d
5) Scroll though the available selection until ENBL displays to
use Alarm 1.
6) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to ABSo only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to ABSo Alarm 1 Absolute/Deviation Submenu.
If DSBL Alarm 1 Disabled was selected, all submenus of Alarm
1 Menu will be skipped and meter advances to ALR2 Alarm 2
Menu. If ENBL Alarm 1 Enabled was selected, Output 1 would
be automatically disabled, and reassigned as Alarm 1.
ALARM 1 ABSOLUTE/DEVIATION SUBMENU:
Press d
Press d
7) Display flashes previous selection. Press b to ABSo
Absolute or _DEV Deviation.
8) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to LTçH only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to LTçH Alarm 1 Latch/Unlatch Submenu.
Absolute Mode allows Alarm 1 to function independently from Setpoint 1. If the
process being monitored does not change often, then "Absolute" Mode is
recommended.
Deviation Mode allows changes to Setpoint 1 to be made automatically to
Alarm 1. Deviation Mode is typically the ideal mode if the process temperature
changes often. In Deviation Mode, set Alarm 1 a certain number of degrees or
counts away from Setpoint 1 — this relation remains fixed even if Setpoint 1 is
changed.
ALARM 1 LATCH/UNLATCH SUBMENU:
Press d
Press d
9) Display flashes previous selection. Press b to LTçH Latched
or UNLT Unlatched.
10) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to CT.CL only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to CT.CL Contact Closure Submenu.
Latched Mode: Relay remains "latched" until reset. To reset already latched
alarm, select Alarm Latch and press Max twice (i.e. Unlatch and then back to
Latch) or from a Run Mode, push d twice to put the controller in Standby Mode
and then push done more time to return to the Run Mode.
Unlatched Mode: Relay remains latched only as long as the alarm condition is
true.
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CONTACT CLOSURE SUBMENU:
Press d
11) Display flashes previous selection. Press b to N.ç. Normally
Closed or N.o. Normally Open.
Press d
12) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to AçTV only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to AçTV Active Submenu.
Normally Open: If this feature is selected, then the relay is "energized" only
when an alarm condition occurs.
Normally Closed: "Fail Safe" Mode. Relay is energized under "normal"
conditions and becomes de-energized during alarm or power failure.
ACTIVE SUBMENU:
Press d
13) Display flashes previous selection. Press b to scroll through
the available selections: ABoV Above, BELo Below, HI.Lo
HI/Low and BAND Band. (Band is active if _DEV Deviation was
selected).
Press d
14) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to A.P.oN only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to A.P.oN Alarm Enable/Disable at Power On Submenu.
Above: Alarm 1 condition triggered when the process variable is greater than the
Alarm Hi Value (Low value ignored).
Below: Alarm 1 condition triggered when the process variable is less than the
Alarm Low Value (Hi value ignored).
Hi/Low: Alarm 1 condition triggered when the process variable is less than the
Alarm Low Value or above the Hi Value.
Band: Alarm 1 condition triggered when the process variable is above or below
the "band" set around Setpoint 1. Band equals Hi Value (Low Value ignored). A
"band" is set around the Setpoint by the instrument only in the "Deviation" Mode.
The Band for the AL 1 would be following the Setpoint 1 value
The Band for the AL 2 would be following the Setpoint 2 value.
The Band or the Deviation Value should be entered under:
AL1 High (if they want Alarm 1)
AL2 High (if they want Alarm 2)
AL Low value is ignored in the Band mode.
Example: if customer requires a Deviation Value of ±10 degrees around a
setpoint (using Output 2 as alarm)
Alarm 2: - Deviation
Contact Closure type: Deviation---Band
AL2 High: 10 (Band they want around Setpoint 2)
Then the Band Value is to be entered under AL2 HI: 10 not 80+10 = 90
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ALARM ENABLE/DISABLE AT POWER ON:
Press d
Press d
15) Display flashes previous selection. Press b to ENBL enable
or DSBL disable.
16) Display shows STRD stored message. momentarily and
then advances to ALR.L only, if it was changed, otherwise press
a to advance to the ALR.L Alarm 1 Low Value Submenu.
If the alarm is enabled at Power On, the alarm will be active right after
reset. If the alarm is disabled at Power On, the alarm will become
enabled when the process value enters the non alarm area. The alarm is
not active while the process value is approaching Setpoint 1.
ALARM 1 LOW VALUE SUBMENU:
17) Display flashes 1st digit of previous value. Use b and c to
enter new value.
Press b & c 18) Use b and c to enter Alarm 1 Low Value.
Press d
19) Display shows STRD storage message momentarily and
then advances to ALR.H only, if it was changed, otherwise press
a to advance to ALR.H Alarm 1 Hi Value Submenu.
Press d
ALARM 1 HI VALUE SUBMENU:
20) Display flashes 1st digit of previous value. Use b and c to
enter new value.
Press b & c 21) Use b and c to enter Alarm1 Hi Value.
Press d
22) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to the next menu only, if it was changed, otherwise
press a to advance to the next menu.
Press d
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3.2.7 Alarm 2
This unit is equipped with three physical outputs that can only be configured as:
a) Alarm 1, Alarm 2 & Analog Output
b) Output 1, Alarm 2 & Analog Output
Alarm must be DISABLED if Ramp is ENABLED.
Figure 3.6 Flow Chart for Alarm 2
ENTER ALARM 2 MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press a
Press d
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Press a, if necessary, until Display advances to ALR2 Alarm 2
Menu.
4) Display advances to ABSo Absolute/Deviation Submenu.
Alarm 2 menu items are identical to Alarm 1 Menu, except Alarm 2 does
not have Alarm enable/disable at Power On submenu item. Modifying
Alarm Settings will not reset the instrument.
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3.2.8 Loop Break Time/Field Calibration
It is required
that you put
the controller
in the Standby Mode
for any configuration
change other than Set
Points & Alarms.
Figure 3.7 Flow Chart for Loop Break Time/Field Calibration
ENTER LOOP BREAK TIME MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press a
Press d
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Press a, if necessary, until Display advances to LOOP Loop
Break Time Menu.
4) Display advances to Loop Break Time ENBL Enable or DSBL
Disable Submenu and flashes the previous selection.
LOOP BREAK ENABLE/DISABLE SUBMENU:
Press b
Press d
5) Scroll through the available selections: ENBL or DSBL.
6) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to B.TIM Loop Break Time Value Submenu.
Loop Break is an additional safety feature intended to monitor the rate of change of the
process value, while approaching the SP1. It is strictly intended as an additional warning
system, therefore its use is entirely optional. An active Loop Break will cause the Process
Value digits to blink in a rotating pattern. If the process value reaches the set point the
blinking will stop and B.TIM is completed successfully, otherwise BR.AL Break Alarm
warning will flash, and Output 1 will be turned off.
LOOP BREAK TIME VALUE SUBMENU:
Press d
7) Display flashes 1st digit of previous Loop Value.
Press b & c 8) Press b and c buttons to enter a new Loop Value (0 to 99.59).
Press d
9) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to R.ADJ Reading Adjust Submenu.
Loop Break Time Value allows the user to determine the time interval in MM:SS (from
zero to 99 minutes and 59 seconds) that the Process Value changes at least 10 counts
or if the Input Type is either RTD or Thermocouple, the value changes 4° Fahrenheit or
2° Celsius. At the specified time interval, if the process value change is less than the
stated rate, flashing B.TIM will be displayed, the output 1 will be de-energized, and
Alarm 1 energized. Loop break time will be disabled when the Process Value (PV) enters
the control band.
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READING ADJUST SUBMENU:
Press d
10) Display flashes 1st digit of previous reading adjust value.
Press b & c 11) Press b and c buttons to enter a new Reading Adjust value
(-1999 to 9999).
Press d
12) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to SP.DV Setpoint Deviation Menu.
Reading Offset Adjust allows the user to fine tune a minor error of the transducer,
however some applications may require a large offset adjust.
(Displayed Process Value = Measured Process Value ± R.ADJ).
Reading Adjust is adjustable between -1999 to 9999. For Temperature reading only, not
Process.
SETPOINT DEVIATION ENABLE/DISABLE SUBMENU:
Press d
13) Display advances to Setpoint Deviation ENBL Enable or
DSBL Disable Submenu and flashes the previous selection.
Press b
14) Scroll through the available selections: ENBL or DSBL.
Press d
15) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
° Menu.
advances to the CAL1
Setpoint Deviation Submenu, if “enabled”, allows changes to Setpoint 1 to be made
automatically to Setpoint 2. This mode is very helpful if the Process Value changes often.
In Setpoint Deviation Mode, set SP2 a certain number of degrees or counts away from
SP1 - this relation remains fixed when SP1 is changed. For instance: Setting SP1=200
and SP2=20 and enabling SP.DV means that the absolute value of SP2=20. Moving SP1
to 300, the absolute value of SP2 becomes 320.
THERMOCOUPLE FIELD CALIBRATION SUBMENU:
CAUTION: Do not perform the following steps until you fully
understand this entire section.
RTD and Process are perfectly calibrated. This section is applicable to
Thermocouple (TC) calibration only.
Be sure that the TC being used to calibrate the meter is of the type
selected in the TC submenu. Place the TC in an ice-bath (or other
0°C / 32°F environment). In ambient temperature conditions: connect the
TC to the meter, apply power to the meter.
CAUTION: Do not proceed with TC calibration unless the above conditions
have been in effect for at least one hour.
Press
Press
Press
Press
*
a
d
a
d
° .
16) Display shows CAL1
17) Display shows flashing 0000 .
18) Display will still show flashing 0000 .
19) Display shows OUT1 (meaning Calibration is complete)
If you accidently engage the flashing 0000 (CAL° alert) simply re-press
the last button you pressed, to avoid unintentionally mis-calibrating your meter.
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3.2.9 Output 1
This unit is equipped with three physical outputs that can only be configured as
follows:
It is required that you put
a) Alarm 1, Alarm 2 & Analog Output
the controller in the
b) Output 1, Alarm 2 & Analog Output
Standby Mode for any
configuration change other
than Set Points & Alarms.
Figure 3.8 Flow Chart for Output 1
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ENTER OUTPUT 1 MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press a
Press d
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Press a, if necessary, until Display advances to OUT1 Output
1 Menu.
4) Display advances to SELF Self Submenu.
SELF SUBMENU:
The Self Option allows the output of the instrument to be controlled manually
from the front panel.
Press d
Press b
Press d
5) Display flashes the current setting of Self, ENBL Enabled or
DSBL Disabled.
6) Press the b button to select between Enable and Disable.
7) If Self ENBL Enabled was selected, display shows STRD
stored message momentarily and then advances to the next
menu (Output 1 setting is completed).
The output is now under the direct control of the operator and
can be adjusted in the Run Mode (M00.0 to M99.9), by
pressing the b and c buttons, where M calls for the Manual
(Self) Control. For example, setting of M50.0 of an Output make
it ON 50% of the time.
8) If Self DSBL Disabled was selected, display shows STRD
stored message momentarily and then advances to oPLO
Minimum/Percent Low Submenu of Output 1 Menu.
There is a shorter way to Enable or Disable Self Mode. From a Run
Mode, press d and then press a. Self Mode is Enabled now. Press b or
c to display MXX.X. To disable Self, press d and then press a. Display
goes to the Run Mode. Self Mode is Disabled now.
MINIMUM/PERCENT LOW SUBMENU:
Specify in percent, the minimum value (0000) for control output. If the output is
time proportional (Relay, SSR or Pulse), then the minimum duty-cycle, in
percent, is specified.
Press d
9) Display flashes 1st digit of previous “Percent Low” setting.
Press b & c 10) Use b and c buttons to enter a new value for “Percent Low”.
Press d
11) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to oPHI Maximum/Percent High Submenu.
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MAXIMUM/PERCENT HIGH SUBMENU:
Specify in percent, the maximum value (99) for control output. If the output is
time proportional (Relay, SSR, or Pulse), then the maximum duty-cycle, in
percent, is specified.
Press d
12) Display flashes 1st digit of previous “Percent High” setting.
Press b & c 13) Use b and c buttons to enter a new value for “Percent High”.
Press d
14) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to CTRL Control Type Submenu.
Example: On an Analog Output of 0~10 Vdc, a setting of %LO = 10 and %HI = 90,
cause the minimum on the control output to be 1 V and the maximum on the
control output to be 9 V. The same setting on a time proportional output, will
cause 10% duty cycle for the minimum control output and 90% duty cycle for
maximum control output. To disable %LO/HI, set LO to 00 and HI to 99. If %LO/HI
is at other values than the default (%LO = 00, %HI = 99), SOAK is disabled.
*CONTROL TYPE OUTPUT: (Relay, SSR, or Pulse)
Press d
Press b
Press d
15) Display flashes ON.OF On/Off or PID Proportional, Integral,
Derivative.
16) Scroll through the available selections: “ON/OFF” or “PID”.
17) Display flashes STRD stored message momentarily and
then advances to AçTN only, if it was changed, otherwise press
a to advance to AçTN Action Type Submenu.
The ON/OFF control is a coarse way of controlling the process. The “Dead
Band” improves the cycling associated with the On/Off control. The PID control is
best for processes where the set point is continuously changing and/or a tight
control of the process variable is required. PID control requires tuning and
adjustment of the "Proportional", "Integral or Reset" and "Derivative or Rate"
terms by a trial-and-error method. The instrument provides an "Auto Tuning"
feature making the tuning process automatic, possibly optimum.
ACTION TYPE SUBMENU:
The error that results from the measurement of the Process Variable may be
positive or negative since it may be greater or smaller than the Setpoint. If a
positive error should cause the instrument output to increase (i.e. cooling), it would
be called Direct Acting. If a negative error should cause the output to increase
(i.e. heating), it would be called Reverse Acting.
Press d
Press b
Press d
18) Display flashes DRçT Direct or RVRS Reverse.
19) Scroll through the available selections: “Direct” or “Reverse”.
20) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to AUTo only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to AUTo Auto PID Submenu (if PID Control Type was
selected).
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If “ON/OFF” was selected in the Control Type, the display skips
to the Dead Band Submenu.
AUTO PID SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
21) Display flashes ENBL or DSBL.
22) Scroll through the available selections: “Enable” or “Disable”.
23) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to ANTL only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to ANTL Anti Integral Submenu.
If “Enabled”, the controller can determine, by enabling Start PID, the
optimum values for the three adjustments — Proportional, Reset and
Rate corresponding to P, I, and D. These values may be changed once
the Auto Tuning is complete.
If “Disabled” is selected, the user will manually enter these three
adjustment values. If you want the instrument to do the Auto PID and the
P , PI or PID, first select Auto Disable and enter 0000 for unwanted
parameter. i.e. for PI enter 0000 for the rate.
ANTI INTEGRAL SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
24) Display flashes ENBL or DSBL.
25) Scroll through the available selections: “Enable” or “Disable”.
26) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to STRT only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to STRT to Start Auto Tune PID Submenu (If Auto PID
was Enabled).
If Auto PID was disabled display advances to PRoP
Proportional Band Submenu.
If Anti Integral (Anti Windup) Submenu “Enabled”, this feature
allows the error term outside the proportional band to be
calculated and accumulated for integration. This may be an
important feature in applications where fast response time is
desirable.
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START AUTO TUNE PID:
Press d
Press b
Press d
27) Display flashes ENBL or DSBL.
28) Scroll through the available selections: “Enable” or “Disable”.
29) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to CYCL only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to CYCL Cycle Time Submenu.
If “Enabled”, the controller is ready to calculate P, PI or PID parameters.
The instrument performs this by activating the output and observing the
delay and rate at which the Process Value changes. The setpoints must
be at least 18°F or 10°C above the (PV) Process Value in order to
perform Auto Tune, otherwise an error message will be displayed.
To start Auto Tune PlD select PID, enable Auto PID and enable Start PID.
Sometimes Auto PID parameter needs fine tuning i.e. for each 5°F over
shoot increase the Proportional Band (PB) by 15% and for each ±1°F
fluctuation at the Setpoint (SP) increase reset by 20%.
Once started, display shows A.TUN with letters blinking in the rotating
pattern. When auto tune stops, display will show process value. Do not
perform any operations or settings before first stopping Auto Tune. Any
alarms or other output is disabled during Auto Tune.
If “AUTO PID” was “DISABLED”, the display will show the following
three submenus. This allows the user to manually enter values for
Proportional, Reset and Rate terms corresponding to P, I, and D. It also
can be used for Auto PID for disabling unwanted parameter i.e. PI enter
0000 for Rate.
PROPORTIONAL BAND SUBMENU:
30) Display flashes 1st digit of the previous P PRoP Proportional
band value.
Press b & c 31) Press b and c buttons to enter a new “Proportional Band”
value.
Press d
32) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to REST only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to REST Reset Setup Submenu.
Press d
Proportional Band is in degrees of temperature or counts of process. Proportional
Band is defined, as the change in the instrument input to cause a 100% change
in the controller output.
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RESET SETUP SUBMENU:
Press d
33) Display flashes 1st digit of the previous I REST Reset value.
Press b & c 34) Press b and c buttons to enter a new “Reset” value.
Press d
35) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to RATE only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to RATE Rate Setup Submenu.
Reset unit is in seconds 0-3999.
RATE SETUP SUBMENU:
Press d
36) Display flashes 1st digit of previous D RATE Rate value.
Press b & c 37) Press b and c buttons to enter a new RATE value.
Press d
38) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to the CYCL only, if it was changed, otherwise press a
to advance to CYCL Cycle Time submenu for RTD and
Thermocouple types.
Rate unit is in seconds 000.0-399.9.
CYCLE TIME SUBMENU:
39) Display flashes 1st digit of the previous CYCL Cycle Time
value.
Press b & c 40) Press b and c buttons to enter a new “Cycle Time” value.
(1 to 199 seconds)
Press d
41) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to DPNG only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to DPNG Damping Factor Submenu.
Press d
A Cycle Time selected between 1 and 199 seconds determines the total On/Off
time of each proportional cycle. For example, a 15 second cycle time means that
every 15 seconds the output will turn on for part or all of the cycle. For Relay
control outputs, do not select a cycle time of less than 7 seconds or the relays’
lifetime will be shortened. For a cycle time of less than 7 seconds select SSR or
DC pulse. Use an external SSR with the DC pulse option for higher currents
(higher than 1 Amp).
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DAMPING FACTOR SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
42) Display flashes the previous “Damping Factor” selection.
43) Scroll through the available selections: 0000, 0001, 0002,
0003, 0004, 0005, 0006, 0007.
44) Display flashes STRD stored message and then advances
to ANLG only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to advance
to ANLG Analog Output Menu.
Damping Factor is a measure of speed, overshoot, and undershoot in which the
process variable responds to the output changes of the instrument, which were
used during the Auto Tune. This value is typically set to the ratio of Rate to
Reset. This Default value is (0003). For fast response time, this value should be
decreased while for slow response time it should be increased.
The "DEADBAND" Submenu will only appear if "ON/OFF" was
selected from the "Control Type" Menu.
DEADBAND SUBMENU:
45) Display flashes 1st digit of the previous DEAD Deadband
value.
Press b & c 46) Press b and c buttons to enter a new “Deadband” value.
Press d
47) Display shows STRD stored message and then advances to
ANLG only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to advance to
ANLG Analog Output Menu.
Press d
Dead Band units are the same as Proportional Band units.
The Dead Band or neutral zone is the number of degrees or counts
(if Input Type is Process) around the set point which the Process Variable
must pass above or below the set point, before the output changes state.
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3.2.10 Analog Output (Retransmission)
This unit is equipped with three physical outputs that can only be configured as
follows:
a) Alarm 1, Alarm 2 & Analog Out
b) Output 1, Alarm 2 & Analog Out
Analog Output is available only if the Analog Output option board is factory
installed.
It is required that you put the controller in the Standby Mode for any
configuration change other than Set Points & Alarms.
Figure 3.9 Flow Chart for Analog Output (Retransmission)
ENTER ANALOG OUTPUT MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press a
Press d
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Press a, if necessary, until Display advances to ANLG
Analog Output Menu.
4) Display advances to Analog Output CURR or VoLT
Current/Voltage Submenu and flashes the previous selection.
CURRENT/VOLTAGE SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
5) Display flashes CURR Current or VoLT Voltage.
6) Scroll through the available selection: Current or Voltage.
(Example VoLT).
7) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to RD1 Submenu only if it was changed, otherwise
press a to advance to RD1 Reading 1 Submenu.
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READING 1:
Press d
8) Display flashes 1st digit of previous “Reading 1” value.
Press b & c 9) Enter “Reading 1” value. (Example 0000).
Press d
10) Display advances to OUT.1 Out 1 Submenu.
OUT 1:
Press d
11) Display flashes 1st digit of previous “Out 1” value.
Press b & c 12) Enter “Out 1” value. (Example 00.00).
Press d
13) Display advances to RD2 Reading 2 Submenu.
READING 2:
Press d
14) Display flashes 1st digit of previous “Reading 2” value.
Press b & c 15) Enter “Reading 2” value. (Example 9999).
Press d
16) Display advances to OUT.2 Out 2 Submenu.
OUT 2:
Press d
17) Display flashes 1stt digit of previous “Out 2” value.
Press b & c 18) Enter “Out 2” value. (Example 10.00)
Press d
19) Display advances to the ALR2 Alarm 2 Menu.
The above example is for 0-10 V of the entire range of the Process Input
and Analog Output. For 0-20 mA output you need to set “Analog Type” to
Current and OUT 2 to 20.00.
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3.2.11 Ramp & Soak
Alarm must be DISABLED if Ramp is ENABLED.
It is required that you put the controller in the Standby Mode for any
configuration change other than Set Points & Alarms.
Figure 3.10 Flow Chart for Ramp and Soak
ENTER RAMP AND SOAK MENU:
Press a
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
Press d
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
Press a
3) Press a, if necessary, until Display advances to RAMP Ramp
and SOAK Soak Menu.
RAMP ENABLE/DISABLE SUBMENU:
Press d
4) Display advances to “Ramp Enable/Disable” Submenu and
flashes ENBL or DSBL.
Press b
5) Scroll through the available selections: “Enable” or “Disable”.
Press d
6) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to SOAK Soak Enable/Disable Menu.
If RAMP Disable was selected, display skips to the next menu
item (ID Code).
SOAK ENABLE/DISABLE SUBMENU:
Press d
7) Display flashes ENBL or DSBL.
Press b
8) Scroll through the available selections: “Enable” or “Disable”.
Press d
9) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to “Ramp Value” Submenu.
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Ramp & Soak provides users with the flexibility to slowly bring the Process
Variable (PV) to the desired setpoint. Ramp & Soak values are specified in
HH.MM format. The Ramp value indicates the time specified to bring the process
variable to Setpoint 1 (SP1). Once the set point is reached, the PID takes over
and the Process Variable will be controlled at the desired set point indefinitely. If
Soak is enabled, PID will control the Process Variable at the specified Setpoint
for the duration of Soak time and then will turn off Output 1. To start a new
Ramp/Soak cycle, reset the instrument by pressing a and then c button.
An active Ramp/Soak will change SP1 one degree above the PV and will cause
the most significant digit to blink. The SP1 will be incremented by one degree
until it reaches the original SP1. The minimum Ramp time must be at least twice
the time that it will take the PV to reach the Setpoint Value (SV) with OUT 1 fully
ON.
RAMP VALUE SUBMENU:
Press d
10) Display flashes 1st digit of previous stored “Ramp Value”.
Press b & c 11) Press b and c buttons to enter a new “Ramp Value”.
Press d
12) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to “Soak Value” Submenu.
SOAK VALUE SUBMENU:
Press d
13) Display flashes 1st digit of previous stored “Soak Value”.
Press b & c 14) Press b and c buttons to enter a new “Soak Value”.
Press d
15) Display shows STRD stored message and advances to the
ID ID Code Menu.
The Ramp and Soak time is 00:00 to 99:59 i.e. HH.MM. (from zero to 99 hours
and 59 minutes) During Ramp & Soak do not perform any operations or settings
before first stopping it. Any alarms or other output are disabled during this time.
To stop Ramp & Soak first put instrument into Standby Mode, then go to Ramp &
Soak Menu and disable it.
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3.2.12 ID CODE
Figure 3.11 Flow Chart for ID Code
ENTER ID CODE MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press a
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Press a, if necessary, until Display advances to ID ID Code
Menu.
ENTERING OR CHANGING YOUR (NON-DEFAULT) ID CODE:
Press d
4) Display advances to ____ with 1st under score flashing.
Press b & c 5) Press b and c to enter your 4-digit “ID Code” number.
Press d
6) Display advances to CH.ID Change ID Code Submenu.
If entered “ID Code” is incorrect display shows ERRo Error
message momentarily and then skips to the Run Mode.
Press d
7) Display flashes the first digit of previous entered “ID Code”
number.
Press b & c 8) Press b and c buttons to enter your new “ID Code” number.
Press d
9) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to the FULL Full Security Submenu.
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ENTERING OR CHANGING YOUR (DEFAULT) ID CODE:
Enter ID menu (Repeat steps from 1 to 3).
Press d
Press d
10) Display advances to CH.ID Change ID Code Submenu.
11) Display shows 0000 message with flashing 1st digit.
If you want to change your default “ID Code” you can do it now,
otherwise press a and menu will skip to FULL Full Security
Submenu.
Press b & c 12) Press b and c buttons to enter your new “ID Code” number.
Press d
13) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to the FULL Full Security Submenu.
FULL SECURITY LEVEL SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
14) Display flashes ENBL Enable or DSBL Disable.
15) Scroll through the available selections: “Enable” or “Disable”.
16) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to SP.ID Setpoint/ID Submenu.
If "Full" Security Level is "Enabled" and the user attempts to
enter the Main Menu, they will be prompted for an ID Code. The
ID Code should be correct to enter the instrument Menu item.
SETPOINT/ID SECURITY LEVEL SUBMENU:
This Security Level can be functional only if FULL Security
Level is Disabled.
Press d
Press b
Press d
17) Display flashes ENBL Enable or DSBL Disable.
18) Scroll through the available selections: “Enable” or “Disable”.
19) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to COMM Communication Submenu.
If "Setpoint/ID" Security Level is "Enabled" and the user
attempts to advance into the CNFG Configuration Menu, he will
be prompted for ID Code number. The ID Code should be
correct to proceed into the Configuration Menu, otherwise
display will show an Error and skip to the Run Mode.
If “Full” and “Setpoint/ID” Security Levels are "Disabled", the
ID code will be “Disabled” and user will not be asked for ID
Code to enter the Menu items (“ID” Submenu will not show up in
“ID/Setpoint” Menu).
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3.2.13 COMMUNICATION OPTION
Purchasing the controller with Serial Communications permits an instrument to be
configured or monitored from an IBM PC compatible computer using software
available at the website listed on this manual or on the CD-ROM enclosed with
your shipment. For complete instructions on the use of the Communications
Option, refer to the Serial Communications Reference Manual.
Figure 3.12 Flow Chart for Communication Option
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ENTER COMMUNICATION OPTION MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press a
Press d
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Press a, if necessary, until Display advances to COMM
Communication Options Menu.
4) Display advances to C.PAR Communication Parameters
Submenu.
If Communication Option is not installed, the display shows
NONE and skips to the Color Display Menu.
COMMUNICATION PARAMETERS SUBMENU:
Allows the user to adjust Serial Communications Settings of the instrument.
When connecting an instrument to a computer or other device, the
Communications Parameters must match. Generally the default settings
(as shown in Section 5) should be utilized.
Press d
5) Display advances to BAUD Baud Submenu.
BAUD SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
6) Display flashes previous selection for BAUD value.
7) Scroll through the available selections: 300_, 600_, 1200,
2400, 4800, 9600, 19.2K.
8) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to PRTY only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to PRTY Parity Submenu.
PARITY SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
9) Display flashes previous selection for “Parity”.
10) Scroll through the available selections: NO, ODD, EVEN.
11) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to DATA only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to DATA Data Bit Submenu.
DATA BIT SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
12) Display flashes previous selection for “Data Bit”.
13) Scroll through the available selections: 7-BIT, 8-BIT.
14) Display shows STRD stored message and then advances to
STOP only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to advance to
STOP Stop Bit Submenu.
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STOP BIT SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
15) Display flashes previous selection for “Stop Bit”.
16) Scroll through the available selections: 1-BIT, 2-BIT.
17) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to BUS.F only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to BUS.F Bus Format Submenu.
BUS FORMAT SUBMENU:
Determines Communications Standards and Command/Data Formats for
transferring information into and out of the controller via the Serial
Communications Bus. Bus Format submenus essentially determine how and
when data can be accessed via the Serial Communications of the device.
Press d
18) Display advances to M.BUS Modbus Submenu.
MODBUS PROTOCOL SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
19) Display flashes previous selection for M.BUS.
20) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
21) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to _LF_ only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to _LF_ Line Feed submenu.
To select iSeries Protocol, set Modbus submenu to “No”.
To select Modbus Protocol, set Modbus submenu to “Yes”.
If Modbus Protocol was selected, the following Communications
Parameters must be set as: No Parity, 8-bit Data Bit, 1-Stop Bit. Do not
attempt to change these parameters.
LINE FEED SUBMENU:
Determines if data sent from the instrument will have a Line Feed appended to
the end - useful for viewing or logging results on separate lines when displayed
on communications software at a computer.
Press d
Press b
Press d
22) Display flashes previous selection for “Line Feed”.
23) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
24) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to ECHO only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to ECHO Echo Submenu.
ECHO SUBMENU:
When valid commands are sent to the instrument, this determines whether the
command will be echoed to the Serial Bus. Use of echo is recommended in most
situations, especially to help verify that data was received and recognized by the
controller.
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Press d
Press b
Press d
25) Display flashes previous selection for “Echo”.
26) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
27) Display flashes STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to STND only if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to STND Communication Standard Submenu.
COMMUNICATION INTERFACE STANDARD SUBMENU:
Determines whether device should be connected to an RS-232C serial port
(as is commonly used on IBM PC-compatible computers) or via an RS-485 bus
connected through appropriate RS-232/485 converter. When used in RS-485
Mode, the device must be accessed with an appropriate Address Value as
selected in the Address Submenu described later.
Press d
Press b
Press d
28) Display flashes previous selection for “Standard”.
29) Scroll through the available selections: 232C, 485.
30) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to MoDE only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to MoDE Data Flow Mode Submenu.
DATA FLOW MODE SUBMENU:
Determines whether the instrument will wait for commands and data requests
from the Serial Bus or whether the instrument will send data automatically and
continuously to the Serial Bus. Devices configured for the RS-485
Communications Standard operate properly only under Command Mode.
Press d
Press b
Press d
31) Display flashes previous selection for “Mode”.
32) Scroll through the available selections: CMD_
_ “Command”,
CoNT “Continuous”.
33) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to SEPR only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to SEPR Data Separation Submenu.
DATA SEPARATION CHARACTER SUBMENU:
Determines whether data sent from the device in Continuous Data Flow Mode
will be separated by spaces or by Carriage Returns.
Press d
Press b
Press d
34) Display flashes previous selection for “Separation” Submenu.
35) Scroll through the available selections: SPCE “Space” or
_çR_ “Carriage Return”.
36) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to DAT.F only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to DAT.F Data Format Submenu.
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DATA FORMAT SUBMENU:
Preformatted data can be sent automatically or upon request from the controller.
Use the Data Format Submenus to determine what data will be sent in this
preformatted data string. Refer to the iSeries Communications Manual for more
information about the data format. At least one of the following suboptions must
be enabled and hence output data to the Serial Bus.
This menu is applicable for Continuous Mode of RS-232 communication.
Press d
37) Display advances to STAT Alarm Status Submenu.
ALARM STATUS SUBMENU:
Includes Alarm Status bytes in the data string.
Press d
Press b
Press d
38) Display flashes previous selection for “Status” (alarm status).
39) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
40) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to RDNG only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to RDNG Reading Submenu.
MAIN READING SUBMENU:
Includes Main Reading in the data string.
Press d
Press b
Press d
41) Display flashes previous selection for “Reading”.
42) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
43) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to PEAK only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to PEAK Peak Submenu.
PEAK VALUE SUBMENU:
Includes Peak Value in the data string.
Press d
Press b
Press d
44) Display flashes previous selection for PEAK Submenu.
45) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
46) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to VALY only, it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to VALY Valley Submenu.
VALLEY VALUE SUBMENU:
Includes Valley Value in the data string.
Press d
Press b
Press d
47) Display flashes previous selection for “Valley”.
48) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
49) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to UNIT only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to UNIT Temperature Unit Submenu.
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TEMPERATURE UNIT SUBMENU:
Includes a byte in the data string to indicate whether reading is in Celsius or
Fahrenheit.
Press d
Press b
Press d
50) Display flashes previous selection for UNIT.
51) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
52) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to ADDR only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to ADDR Address Setup Submenu.
ADDRESS SETUP SUBMENU:
This menu is applicable to the RS-485 Option only.
Press d
53) Display advances to “Address Value” (0000 to 0199) Submenu.
ADDRESS VALUE SUBMENU:
Press d
54) Display flashes 1st digit of previously stored Address Value.
Press b & c 55) Press b and c to enter new “Address Value”.
Press d
56) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to TR.TM only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to TR.TM Transmit Time Interval Submenu.
TRANSMIT TIME INTERVAL SUBMENU:
This menu is applicable if “Continuous” Mode was selected in the “Data
Flow Mode” Submenu and the device is configured as an RS-232C
Standard device. Also, one or more options under the Data Format
Submenu must be enabled.
Press d
57) Display advances to “Transmit Time Value” Submenu.
TRANSMIT TIME INTERVAL VALUE SUBMENU:
Determines the interval at which data will be emitted to the RS-232 Serial Bus
when the instrument is in Continuous Data Flow Mode.
58) Display flashes 1st digit of previous “Transmit Time Value” in
seconds.
Press b & c 59) Press b and c to enter new “Transmit Time Value”, e.g.
0030 will send the data every 30 seconds in Continuous Mode.
Press d
60) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to COLR only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to COLR Color Display Selection Menu.
Press d
For more details, refer to the Communication Manual available at the
website listed on the cover page of this manual or on the CD-ROM
enclosed with your shipment.
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3.2.14 DISPLAY COLOR SELECTION
This submenu allows the user to select the color of the display.
Figure 3.13 Flow Chart for Display Color Selection
ENTER DISPLAY COLOR SELECTION MENU:
Press a
Press d
Press a
Press d
1) Press a, if necessary, until CNFG prompt appears.
2) Display advances to INPT Input Menu.
3) Press a, if necessary, until Display advances to COLR
Display Color Selection Menu.
4) Display advances to N.CLR Normal Color Submenu.
NORMAL COLOR DISPLAY SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
5) Display flashes the previous selection for “Normal Color”.
6) Scroll through the available selections: GRN, RED or AMBR.
7) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to 1.CLR only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to 1.CLR Alarm 1 Display Color Submenu.
The menu below allows the user to change the color of display when alarm is
triggered.
ALARM 1 DISPLAY COLOR SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
8) Display flashes previous selection for “Alarm 1 Color Display”.
9) Scroll through the available selections: GRN, RED or AMBR.
10) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
advances to 2.CLR only, if it was changed, otherwise press a to
advance to 2.CLR Alarm 2 Display Color Submenu.
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ALARM 2 DISPLAY COLOR SUBMENU:
Press d
Press b
Press d
11) Display flashes previous selection for “Alarm 2 Color Display”.
12) Scroll through the available selections: GRN, RED or AMBR.
13) Display shows STRD stored message momentarily and then
momentarily shows the software version number, followed by
RST Reset, and then proceeds to the Run Mode.
IN ORDER TO DISPLAY ONE COLOR, SET THE SAME DISPLAY
COLOR ON ALL THREE SUBMENUS ABOVE.
If user wants the Display to change color every time when both Alarm 1
and Alarm 2 are triggered, the Alarm values should be set in such a way
that Alarm 1 value is always on the top of Alarm 2 value, otherwise value
of Alarm 1 will overwrite value of Alarm 2 and Display Color would not
change when Alarm 2 is triggered.
Example 1:
Output 1 & Alarm 2: SSR
Alarm Setup: Absolute, Above, Alarm 2 HI Value “ALR.H” = 200, Alarm 1
HI Value “ALR.H” = 400
Color Display Setup: Normal Color “N.CLR” = Green, Alarm 1 Color
“1.CLR” = Amber, Alarm 2 Color “2.CLR” = Red
Display Colors change sequences:
GREEN
RED
AMBER
•--➤------------------------------•-----------------------------•------------------------------➤
0
AL2.H = 200
AL1.H = 400
Example 2:
Output 1 & Alarm 2: Pulse
Alarm Setup: Absolute, Below, Alarm 2 Low Value “ALR.L” = 300, Alarm 1
Low Value “ALR.L” = 100
Color Display Setup: "N.CLR" = Green, "1.CLR" = Amber, "2.CLR" = Red
Display Colors change sequences:
AMBER
RED
GREEN
• --------------•----------------------------------•------------------------------------------- --•
0
AL1.L = 100
AL2.L = 300
➤
➤
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Example 3:
Output 1: Relay, Setpoint 1: 200
Alarm 2: Relay, Setpoint 2: 200
Alarm 1 Setup: Deviation, Band, “ALR.H” = 20
Alarm 2 Setup: Deviation, Hi/Low, “ALR.H” = 10, “ALR.L” = 5
Color Display Setup: “N.CLR” = Green, “1.CLR” = Amber, “2.CLR” = Red
Display colors change sequences:
AMBER
RED
GREEN GREEN
RED
AMBER
•--➤---------------•----------------•-------------•--------------•-------------•---------------------➤
0
180
195
200
210
220
Reset: The instrument automatically resets after the last menu of the
Configuration Mode has been entered. After the instrument resets, it
advances to the Run Mode.
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PART 4
SPECIFICATIONS
RTD Input (ITS 68)
100/500/1000 Ω Pt sensor,
2-, 3- or 4-wire;
0.00385 or 0.00392 curve
Accuracy
±0.5°C temp; 0.03% reading process
Resolution
1°/0.1°; 10 µV process
Voltage Input
0 to 100 mV, 0 to 1 V, 0 to 10 Vdc
Temperature Stability
1) RTD: 0.04°C/°C
2) TC @ 25°C (77°F): 0.05°C/°C
Cold Junction Compensation
3) Process: 50 ppm/°C
Input Impedance
10 MΩ for 100 mV
1 MΩ for 1 or 10 Vdc
Current Input
0 to 20 mA (5 ohm load)
NMRR 60 dB
Configuration
Single-ended
CMRR 120 dB
A/D Conversion
Dual slope
Polarity
Unipolar
Reading Rate
3 samples per second
Step Response
0.7 sec for 99.9%
Digital Filter
Programmable
Decimal Selection
None, 0.1 for temperature
None, 0.1, 0.01 or 0.001 for process
Remote Programmer Display
(optional)
4-digit, 9-segment LED, 21mm (0.83")
red, green and amber programmable
colors for process variable, set point
and temperature units
Setpoint Adjustment
-1999 to +9999 counts
Span Adjustment
0.001 to 9999 counts
Warm up to Rated Accuracy
30 min.
Offset Adjustment
-1999 to +9999
INPUT
Input Types
Thermocouple, RTD, Analog Voltage,
Analog Current
Thermocouple Type (ITS90)
J, K, T, E, R, S, B, C, N, L
Thermocouple Lead Resistance
100 ohm max
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CONTROL
Action: Reverse (heat) or direct (cool)
Modes
Time and Amplitude Proportional
Control Modes; selectable Manual or
Auto PID, Proportional, Proportional
with Integral, Proportional with
Derivative with Anti-reset Windup and
ON/OFF
ALARM 1 & 2(programmable):
Type
Same as Output 1 & 2
Rate
0 to 399.9 seconds
Cycle Time
1 to 199 seconds; set to 0 for ON/OFF
operation
OUTPUT 3
ANALOG OUTPUT (programmable)
Isolated, Retransmission 0 to 10 Vdc or
0 to 20 mA, 500 Ω max.
Accuracy is 1% of FS,
for Scaling Gain from
0.03 to 100 mV per count
Isolation is 1000 Vdc
Linearity is 0.2%
Gain
0.5 to 100% of span; Setpoints 1 or 2
COMMUNICATIONS
(Optional in place of excitation)
Damping
0000 to 0008
RS-232/RS-422/RS-485/MODBUS:
Selectable from menu; both ASCII and
modbus protocol selectable from menu.
Programmable 300 to 19.2 K baud;
complete programmable setup
capability; program to transmit current
display, alarm status, min/max, actual
measured input value and status.
Operation High/low, above/below,
band, latch/unlatch, normally
open/normally closed and
process/deviation; front panel
configurations
Reset
0 to 3999 seconds
Soak
00.00 to 99.59 (HH:MM), or OFF
Ramp to Setpoint
00.00 to 99.59 (HH:MM), or OFF
Auto Tune
Operator initiated from front panel
RS-485 Addressable from 0 to 199
CONTROL OUTPUT 1
Configurable as Alarm 1, On/Off, PID
and Ramp and Soak
Relay
SPDT type, 250 Vac or 30 Vac @ 3 A
(Resistive Load);
SSR
20-265 Vac @ 0.05-0.5 A
(Resistive Load); continuous
DC Pulse
Non-Isolated; 10 Vdc @ 20 mA
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EXCITATION
24 Vdc @ 25 mA
Not available for:
Low Power Option (-DC) or
Serial Communication Option (-C24)
Environmental Conditions
0 to 55°C (32 to 131°F),
90% RH non-condensing
0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F) for UL only.
90% RH non-condensing
INSULATION
Power to Input/Output
2300 Vac per 1 min. test
1500 Vac per 1 min. test
(Low Voltage/Power Option)
Power to Relays/SSR Outputs
2300 Vac per 1 min. test
Relays/SSR to Relay/SSR Outputs
2300 Vac per 1 min. test
RS-232/485 to Inputs/Outputs
500 Vac per 1 min. test
Dimensions iDRA
92.5H x 125.2D x 32.1 mm W
(3.64 x 4.93 x 1.27")
204g (0.45lb)
Optional Remote Programmer iDRP:
48H x 96x 39 mm D
(1.89 x 3.78 x 1.55")
159g (0.35lb)
1/8 DIN Panel Cutout
Optional Remote Programmer iDRP:
45 H x 92 mm W
(1.772" x 3.622 ")
Approvals
FM, UL, C-UL, and
see CE Approval Section
GENERAL
Line Voltage/Power
90-240 Vac +/-10%, 50-400 Hz*
110-375 Vdc, equivalent voltage
5 W, power consumption
* No CE compliance above 60 Hz
Low Voltage/Power Option
20-36 Vdc, 4 W**, power consumption
External power source must meet
Safety Agency Approvals.
** Units can be powered safely with 24 Vac
but, no Certification for CE/UL are claimed.
External Fuse Required
Time-Delay, UL 248-14 listed:
100 mA/250 V
400 mA/250 V (Low Voltage/Power Option)
Time-Lag, IEC 127-3 recognized:
100 mA/250 V
400 mA/250 V (Low Voltage/Power Option)
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Table 4.1 Input Properties
TC
J
K
Input Type
Iron-Constantan
CHROMEGA®ALOMEGA®
T
Copper-Constantan
E
CHROMEGAConstantan
R
Pt/13%Rh-Pt
S
Pt/10%Rh-Pt
B
30%Rh-Pt/
6%Rh-Pt
C
N
5%Re-W/
26%Re-W
L
J
DIN
Pt, 0.00385, 100 Ω,
500 Ω, 1000 Ω
Pt, 0.00392, 100 Ω,
500 Ω, 1000 Ω
Voltage
RTD
RTD
PROCESS
Nicrosil-Nisil
PROCESS Current
Range
-210 to 760°C
-346 to 1400°F
-270 to -160°C
-160 to 1372°C
-454 to -256°F
-256 to 2502°F
-270 to -190°C
-190 to 400°C
-454 to -310°F
-310 to 752°F
-270 to -220°C
-220 to 1000°C
-454 to -364°F
-364 to 1832°F
-50 to 40°C
40 to 1788°C
-58 to 104°F
104 to 3250°F
-50 to 100°C
100 to 1768°C
-58 to 212°F
212 to 3214°F
200 to 640°C
640 to 1820°C
212 to 1184°F
1184 to 3308°F
0 to 2354°C
32 to 4253°F
-250 to -100°C
-100 to 1300°C
-418 to -148°F
-148 to 2372°F
-200 to 900°C
-328 to 1652°F
200 to 900°C
-328 to 1652°F
-200 to 850°C
-328 to 1562°F
0 to 100 mV, 0 to 1 V,
0 to 10 Vdc
0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA
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Accuracy
0.4°C
0.7°F
1.0°C
0.4°C
1.8°F
0.7°F
1.0°C
0.4°C
1.8°F
0.7°F
1.0°C
0.4°C
1.8°F
0.7°F
1.0°C
0.5°C
1.8°F
0.9°F
1.0°C
0.5°C
1.8°F
0.9°F
1.0°C
0.5°C
1.8°F
0.9°F
0.4°C
0.7°F
1.0°C
0.4°C
1.8°F
0.7°F
0.4°C
0.7°F
0.4°C
0.7°F
0.4°C
0.7°F
0.03% rdg
0.03% rdg
0.03% rdg
PART 5 FACTORY PRESET VALUES
Table 5.1 Factory preset value
MENU ITEMS
Set Point 1 (SP1)
Set Point 2 (SP2)
Input:
Input Type (INPT)
Reading Configuration (RDG):
Decimal Point (DEC.P)
Temperature unit (TEMP)
Filter value (FLTR)
Alarm 1 & 2:
Alarm 1 (ALR1)
Alarm 2 (ALR2)
Absolute/Deviation (ABSO/DEV)
Latch/Unlatch (LTCH/UNLT)
Contact Closure (CT.CL)
Active (ACTV)
Alarm At Power On (A.P.ON)
Alarm Low (ALR.L)
Alarm High (ALR.H)
LOOP:
Loop Break Time (LOOP)
Loop Value (B.TIM)
Reading Adjust Value (R.ADJ)
Setpoint Deviation (SP.dV)
OUTPUT 1:
Self (SELF)
% Low Value (%LO)
% High Value (%HI)
Control Type (CTRL)
Action Type (ACTN)
Dead Band (DEAD)
PID Auto (AUTO)
Anti Integral (ANTI)
Proportion Value (PROP)
Reset Value (REST)
Rate Value (RATE)
Cycle Value (CYCL)
Damping Factor (DPNG)
ANALOG OUTPUT (Retransmission)
Analog Output (ANLG)
Current/Voltage (CURR/VOLT)
Scale and Offset
FACTORY PRESET VALUES
000.0
000.0
NOTES
TC, type K
FFF.F
°F
0004
Disable (DSBL)
Enable (ENBL)
Absolute (ABSO)
Unlatch (UNLT)
Normally Open (N.O.)
Above (ABOV)
Disable (DSBL)
-100.0
400.0
Alarm 1 only
Disable (DSBL)
00:59
000.0
Disable (DSBL)
Disabled (DSBL)
0000
0099
On/Off
Reverse (RVRS)
020.0
Disable (DSBL)
Disable (DSBL)
020.0
0180
0000
0007
0003
Enabled (ENBL)
Voltage (VOLT)
Reading: 0 - 999.9 cts, Output: 0 - 10 V
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MENU ITEMS
Ramp & Soak (RAMP):
Ramp (RAMP)
Soak (SOAK)
Ramp Value (RAMP)
Soak Value (SOAK)
ID:
ID Value
Full ID (FULL)
Set Point ID (ID.SP)
Communication Parameters:
Baud Rate (BAUD)
Parity (PRTY)
Data bit (DATA)
Stop Bit
Modbus Protocol (M.BUS)
Line Feed (LF)
Echo (ECHO)
Standard Interface (STND)
Command Mode (MODE)
Separation (SEPR)
Alarm Status (STAT)
Reading (RDNG)
Peak
Valley (VALY)
Units (UNIT)
Multipoint Address (ADDR)
Transmit Time (TR.TM)
Display Color (COLR):
Normal Color (N.CLR)
Alarm 1 Color (1.CLR)
Alarm 2 Color (2.CLR)
FACTORY PRESET VALUES
Disable (DSBL)
Disable (DSBL)
00:00
00:00
0000
Disable (DSBL)
Disable (DSBL)
9600
Odd
7 bit
1 bit
No
No
Yes
RS-232 (232C)
Command (CMD)
Space (SPCE)
No
Yes
No
No
No
0001
0016
Green (GRN)
Red (RED)
Amber (AMBR)
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PART 6
CE APPROVALS INFORMATION
This product conforms to the EMC directive 89/336/EEC amended by
93/68/EEC, and with the European Low Voltage Directive 72/23/EEC.
Electrical Safety EN61010-1:2001
Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory.
Double Insulation
Pollution Degree 2
Dielectric withstand Test per 1 min
• Power to Input/Output:
2300Vac (3250Vdc)
• Power to Input/Output:
1500Vac (2120Vdc)
(Low Voltage dc Power Option*)
• Power to Relays/SSR Output:
2300Vac (3250Vdc)
• Ethernet to Inputs:
1500Vac (2120Vdc)
• Isolated RS232 to Inputs:
500Vac (720Vdc)
• Isolated Analog to Inputs:
500Vac (720Vdc)
• Analog/Pulse to Inputs:
No Isolation
Measurement Category I
Category I are measurements performed on circuits not directly connected to the
Mains Supply (power). Maximum Line-to-Neutral working voltage is 50Vac/dc.
This unit should not be used in Measurement Categories II, III, IV.
Transients Overvoltage Surge (1.2 / 50uS pulse)
• Input Power:
2500V
• Input Power:
1500V
(Low Voltage dc Power Option*)
• Ethernet:
1500V
• Input/Output Signals:
500V
Note: *Units configured for external low power dc voltage, 20-36Vdc
EMC EN61326:1997 + and A1:1998 + A2:2001
Immunity and Emissions requirements for electrical equipment for measurement,
control and laboratory.
• EMC Emissions Table 4, Class B of EN61326
• EMC Immunity** Table 1 of EN61326
Note: **I/O signal and control lines require shielded cables and these cables
must be located on conductive cable trays or in conduits. Furthermore,
the length of these cables should not exceed 30 meters
Refer to the EMC and Safety installation considerations (Guidelines) of this manual
for additional information.
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NOTES
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NOTES
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If the unit should malfunction, it must be returned to the factory for evaluation. NEWPORT’s Customer Service
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3. Repair instructions and/or specific
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2. Model and serial number of product, and
3. Repair instructions and/or specific problems
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