Programmable Digital Controller E5AR-T E5ER-T

Programmable Digital Controller E5AR-T E5ER-T
Appendix
Troubleshooting User Calibration
Parameters
User's Manual
Cat. No. H201-E1-03
Modbus
CompoWay/F
Functions and Settings Required Typical Control Preparations
Communications Communications Operations
for Basic Control
Examples
Programmable
Digital Controller
E5AR-T
E5ER-T
Overview
Introduction
OMRON products are manufactured for use according to proper procedures by a qualified operator and
only for the purposes described in this manual.
This manual describes the functions, performance, and application methods needed for optimum use of
the E5AR-T/ER-T Programmable Digital Controllers.
Please observe the following items when using the E5AR-T/ER-T Programmable Digital Controllers.
• This product is designed for use by qualified personnel with a knowledge of electrical systems.
• Read this manual carefully and make sure you understand it well to ensure that you are using the
E5AR-T/ER-T Programmable Digital Controllers correctly.
• Keep this manual in a safe location so that it is available for reference when required.
Precautions on Using the Product
Before using the Controller under the following conditions, make sure that the ratings and performance
characteristics of the Controller are sufficient for the systems, machines, and equipment, and be sure to
provide the systems, machines, and equipment with double safety mechanisms, and also consult your
OMRON representative.
• Using the Controller under conditions which are not described in the manual
• Applying the Controller to nuclear control systems, railroad systems, aviation systems, vehicles,
combustion systems, medical equipment, amusement machines, safety equipment, and other systems,
machines, and equipment
• Applying the Controller to systems, machines, and equipment that may have a serious influence on lives
and property if used improperly, and especially require safety
Notice
(1) All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reprinted or copied without the prior written
permission of OMRON.
(2) The specifications and other information in this manual are subject to change without notice for purposes
of improvement.
(3) Considerable care has been taken in the preparation of this manual; however, OMRON assumes no
responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies that may appear. In the event that a problem is
discovered, please contact one of the OMRON offices or agents listed at the end of the manual, and
provide the catalogue number shown on the cover of the manual.
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Terms and Conditions Agreement
Read and understand this Manual
Please read and understand this catalog before purchasing the products. Please consult your OMRON
representative if you have any questions or comments.
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or unsuitability or the results from the use of Products in combination with any electrical or electronic components, circuits, system assemblies or any other materials
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Further, in no event shall liability of Omron Companies exceed the individual price of
the Product on which liability is asserted.
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Application Considerations
Suitability of
Use
Omron Companies shall not be responsible for conformity with any standards,
codes or regulations which apply to the combination of the Product in the Buyer’s
application or use of the Product. At Buyer’s request, Omron will provide applicable
third party certification documents identifying ratings and limitations of use which
apply to the Product. This information by itself is not sufficient for a complete determination of the suitability of the Product in combination with the end product,
machine, system, or other application or use. Buyer shall be solely responsible for
determining appropriateness of the particular Product with respect to Buyer’s application, product or system. Buyer shall take application responsibility in all cases.
NEVER USE THE PRODUCT FOR AN APPLICATION INVOLVING SERIOUS RISK
TO LIFE OR PROPERTY WITHOUT ENSURING THAT THE SYSTEM AS A
WHOLE HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO ADDRESS THE RISKS, AND THAT THE
OMRON PRODUCT(S) IS PROPERLY RATED AND INSTALLED FOR THE
INTENDED USE WITHIN THE OVERALL EQUIPMENT OR SYSTEM.
Programmable
Products
Omron Companies shall not be responsible for the user’s programming of a programmable Product, or any consequence thereof.
Disclaimers
Performance
Data
Data presented in Omron Company websites, catalogs and other materials is provided as a guide for the user in determining suitability and does not constitute a warranty. It may represent the result of Omron’s test conditions, and the user must
correlate it to actual application requirements. Actual performance is subject to the
Omron’s Warranty and Limitations of Liability.
Change in
Specifications
Product specifications and accessories may be changed at any time based on
improvements and other reasons. It is our practice to change part numbers when
published ratings or features are changed, or when significant construction changes
are made. However, some specifications of the Product may be changed without
any notice. When in doubt, special part numbers may be assigned to fix or establish
key specifications for your application. Please consult with your Omron’s representative at any time to confirm actual specifications of purchased Product.
Errors and
Omissions
Information presented by Omron Companies has been checked and is believed to
be accurate; however, no responsibility is assumed for clerical, typographical or
proofreading errors or omissions.
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Precautions
Definition of Safety Notices and Information
The following notation is used in this manual to provide precautions required to
ensure safe usage of the product.
The safety precautions that are provided are extremely important to safety. Always
read and heed the information provided in all safety precautions.
The following notation is used.
Caution
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury or in
property damage.
● Symbols
Symbol
Meaning
General Caution
Indicates non-specific general cautions, warnings, and dangers.
Caution
Electrical Shock Caution
Indicates possibility of electric shock under specific conditions.
IV
Prohibition
General Prohibition
Indicates non-specific general prohibitions.
Mandatory
Caution
General Caution
Indicates non-specific general cautions, warnings, and dangers.
● Precautions
CAUTION
Do not touch the terminals while power is being supplied.
Doing so may occasionally result in minor injury due to electric
shock.
Do not touch the terminals or the electronic components or patterns on the PCB within 1 minute after turning OFF the power supply. Doing so may occasionally result in minor injury due to electric
shock.
Do not allow pieces of metal, wire clippings, or fine metallic shavings or filings from installation to enter the product. Doing so may
occasionally result in electric shock, fire, or malfunction.
Do not use the product in locations where flammable or explosive
gases are present. Doing so may occasionally result in minor or
moderate explosion, causing minor or moderate injury, or property
damage.
Do Not disassemble, modify, or repair the product or touch any of
the internal parts. Minor electric shock, fire, or malfunction may
occasionally occur.
Tighten the screws on the terminal block to the following specified
torque. Loose screws may occasionally cause fire, resulting in
minor or moderate injury, or damage to the equipment.
Terminal block screws: 0.40 to 0.56 N·m
Perform correct setting of the product according to the application.
Failure to do so may occasionally cause unexpected operation,
resulting in minor or moderate injury, or damage to the equipment.
A malfunction in the Product may occasionally make control operations impossible or prevent alarm outputs, occasionally resulting
in property damage to the system or equipment connected to the
Product. To maintain safety in the event of malfunction of the
Product, take appropriate safety measures, such as installing a
monitoring device in a separate system.
Do not use the equipment for measurements within measurement
categories II, III, or IV (according to IEC61010-1). Doing so may
occasionally cause unexpected operation, resulting in minor or
moderate injury, or damage to the equipment. Use the equipment
for measurements only within the measurement categories for
which the product is designed.
The service life of the output relays depends on the switching
capacity and switching conditions. Consider the actual application
conditions and use the product within the rated load and electrical
service life. Using the product beyond its service life may occasionally result in contact welding or burning.
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Precautions for Safe Use
(1) Use and store the Digital Controller in the range of specifications for ambient
temperature and humidity. The service life will decrease due to increased
internal temperature if multiple Digital Controllers are mounted closely side by
side or one on top of the other. If this type of mounting is used, use forced
cooling, e.g., use a fan to blow air onto the Digital Controllers.
(2) Do not prevent heat dissipation by obstructing the periphery of the Digital
Controller. Do not block the vents on the Digital Controller unit.
(3) The supplied power voltage and load must be within the rated and specified
ranges.
(4) Be sure to confirm the name and polarity for each terminal before wiring the
terminal block.
(5) Do not connect anything to unused terminals.
(6) Use the specified size of crimp terminals (M3, width: 5.8 mm max.) to wire the
terminal block. When connecting bare wires, use copper stranded or solid
wires, and use AWG22 (cross-sectional area of 0.326 mm2) to AWG14 (crosssectional area of 2.081 mm 2 ) for the power supply terminals and AWG28
(cross-sectional area of 0.081 mm2) to AWG16 (cross-sectional area of 1.309
mm2) for other terminals. (Length of exposed wire: 6 to 8 mm)
(7) Ensure that the rated voltage is attained within 2 seconds after turning ON the
power.
(8) Turn OFF the power first when you need to draw out the Digital Controller. Do
Not touch the terminals or the electronic components, or subject them to
physical shock. When inser ting the Digital Controller, do not allow the
electronic components to contact the case.
(9) Do not remove the inner circuit board.
(10) The output may turn OFF when shifting to certain levels. Take this into consideration when performing control.
(11) Allow a warm-up time of at least 30 minutes.
(12) To prevent inductive noise, separate the Digital Controller terminal block wiring
from power lines that carry high voltages or high currents. Also, do not wire
power lines together with or parallel to the Digital Controller wiring. Using
shielded cables and separate conduits or ducts is recommended.
Attach a surge suppressor or noise filter to peripheral devices that generate
noise (in particular, motors, transformers, solenoids, magnetic coils, or other
equipment that has an inductive component). When a noise filter is used at the
power supply, first check the voltage or current, and attach the noise filter as
close as possible to the product. Allow as much space as possible between the
product and devices that generate powerful high frequencies (e.g., highfrequency welders, high-frequency sewing machines) or surge.
(13) Install a switch or circuit breaker that allows the operator to immediately turn
OFF the power, and label suitably.
(14) The product is designed for indoor use only.
Do not use the product outdoors or in any of the following locations.
· Locations where dust or corrosive gas is present (in particular, sulfur or
ammonia gases)
· Locations where condensation or ice may form
· Locations directly exposed to sunlight
· Locations subject to strong shocks or vibration
· Locations where water or oil may splatter on the Digital Controller
· Locations directly exposed to radiant heat from heating equipment
· Locations subject to sudden or extreme changes of temperature
(15) Do not use paint thinner or similar chemical to clean with. Use standard grade
alcohol.
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Precautions for Correct Use
● Service Life
Use the product within the following temperature and humidity ranges:
Temperature: −10 to 55°C (no icing or condensation)
Humidity: 25% to 85%
When the product is installed inside a control panel, make sure that the temperature
around the product, not the temperature around the control panel, does not exceed
55°C.
The service life of this product and similar electronic devices is determined not only
by the number of switching operations of relays but also by the service life of
internal electronic components. Component service life is affected by the ambient
temperature: the higher the temperature becomes, the shorter the service life
becomes and, the lower the temperature becomes, the longer the service life
becomes. Therefore, the service life can be extended by lowering the temperature
of the product.
Be sure to install the product according to the specified conditions. Otherwise, the
heat generated by the product will cause the internal temperature to rise, shortening the service life. If necessary, cool the product using fans or other means of air
ventilation.
When providing forced cooling, however, be careful not to cool down the terminals
sections alone to avoid measurement errors.
● Noise Countermeasures
To prevent inductive noise, separate the wiring for the product's terminal block and
connector from high-voltage, high-current power lines. Do not run the wiring parallel
to or in the same cable as power lines. The influence of noise can also be reduced
by using separate wiring ducts or shield lines.
Install surge absorbers or noise filters in devices near the product that generate
noise (in particular, devices with an inductance component, such as motors, transformers, solenoids, and magnetic coils).
If a noise filter is used for the power supply, check the voltage and current, and
install the noise filter as close as possible to the product.
Separate the product as far as possible from devices generating strong highfrequency noise (e.g., high-frequency welders and high-frequency sewing
machines) or surges.
● Measurement Accuracy
When extending the thermocouple lead wire, be sure to use a compensating wire
that matches the thermocouple type.
When extending the lead wire of the platinum resistance thermometer, be sure to
use wires that have low resistance, and make sure that the resistances of the three
lead wires are the same.
If the measurement accuracy is low, check whether the input shift is set correctly.
● Waterproofing
The degree of protection is as shown below.
Front panel
Rear case
Terminals
NEMA 4x indoor use
IP20
IP00
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About this Manual
● How to use the manual
Purpose
Contents
General explanation
of the E5AR-T/ER-T
Section 1 Overview
Explains the features, part names,
and main functions of the E5AR-T/
ER-T.
Setup
Section 2 Preparations
Section 3 Typical Control Examples
Explains how to set up the E5AR-T/
ER-T for operation (including mounting, wiring, and initial settings).
Basic operation of
the E5AR-T/ER-T
Section 4 Settings Required for
Basic Control
Section 8 Parameters
Explains the basic functions of the
E5AR-T/ER-T.
Advanced functions
of the E5AR-T/ER-T
Section 5 Functions and Operations
Section 8 Parameters
Explains the operating methods
required to get the most out of the
E5AR-T/ER-T, such as functions
related to programmed operation.
Communication
functions
Section 6 CompoWay/F Communications
Section 7 Modbus Communications
Explains how to use communicationbased functions.
User calibration
Section 9 User Calibration
Explains calibration procedures that
can be performed by the user.
Troubleshooting
Section 10 Troubleshooting
Explains what to do when you
encounter a problem.
Appendix
VIII
Related section
Provides product specifications and
lists of parameters.
Can be used to make a copy of your
parameter settings.
● Special Notation
(1) Important
“Important” appears where incorrect settings or operation will prevent a function from
achieving the expected result.
Set the input type before setting the scaling value.
If the input type is changed after setting the scaling value, the scaling value will be automatically initialized.
Important
(2) Hint
“Hint” gives useful hints, advice, and other supplemental information.
Overshooting can be adjusted using the external interference overshoot adjustment function when there is excessive overshooting in
temperature control (i.e., in response to external interference).
Hint
(3) Notation used to indicate various information on parameters (“Function,” “Setting,”
“Monitor,” and “Reference”) are explained in Section 8 Parameters.
● Abbreviations
Abbreviations used in the parameters, illustrations, and text are listed in the
following table.
Abbreviation
Meaning
Abbreviation
Meaning
PV
Present value
ch
Channel
SP
Set point
CH
Channel
SV
Set value
PSP
Program SP
AT
Auto-tuning
RSP
Remote SP
EU
Engineering units*
FSP
Fixed SP
* Data after scaling is shown in engineering units such as °C, m, and g. “EU” is used
to indicate the minimum increment of such a quantity. For example, the minimum
increment of 50.02 m is 0.01 m, and thus 1 EU would be equal to 0.01 m.
● Notation Used for Settings
Letters, numbers, and abbreviations in settings that appear on the E5AR-T/ER-T
display are as follows:
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-1 (Most significant digit)
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● Revision History
The revision code of this manual is given at the end of the catalog number at the
bottom left of the back cover. The following table outlines the changes made to the
manual during each revision. Page numbers refer to the previous version.
Cat. No.
Revision code
H201-E1-03
Date
Pages and changes
01
September 2006 Original production
02
November 2010 The wording for voltage outputs was changed from “pulses” to “for driving SSR” throughout the
manual.
Page 1-10: Added note.
Page 1-13: Changed descriptions of output 1 and output 2.
Pages 6-9 and 7-10: Replaced last paragraph.
Page A-13: Changed setting/monitor ranges for Modbus addresses 0614, 0616, 0618, and
061A. Deleted note 5 and added reference to note 5.
Page A-14: Changed setting/monitor range for Modbus addresses 1824. Changed references
from note 6 to note 5.
Page A-15: Deleted note 5 and changed references from note 7 to note 6.
Page A-17: Deleted note 2 and changed references from note 3 to note 2.
Page A-21: Changed setting/monitor ranges for Modbus addresses 1904, 1906, 190A, 190C,
1910, and 1912. Deleted note 4.
Page A-39: Changed setting/monitor ranges for CompoWay/F addresses 0011, 0012, 0014,
0015, 0017, and 0018.
Page A-40: Changed setting/monitor range for CompoWay/F addresses 0402.
Page A-43: Removed note.
03
September 2013 Page 2-2: Added text to figures.
Page 5-6: Corrected 210.0 to 190.0 in two places.
Page 8-59: Added paragraph to second section.
Page 10-3: Changed correction for EEPROM error.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I
Precautions on Using the Product - - - - - - - - - - - - I
Read and understand this Manual - - - - - - - - - - II
Warranty, Limitations of Liability - - - - - - - - - - - - II
Application Considerations - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - III
Disclaimers - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - III
Precautions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -IV
Precautions for Safe Use - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -VI
Precautions for Correct Use - - - - - - - - - - - - - - VII
About this Manual - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - VIII
Section 1
Overview
1.1
1.2
1.3
Section 2
Preparations
2.1
2.2
Section 3
Main Features of the E5AR-T and E5ER-T ................................................ 1-2
Inputs .................................................................................................. 1-2
Controller ............................................................................................ 1-2
Outputs ............................................................................................... 1-3
Part Names and Functions ......................................................................... 1-4
Front Panel ......................................................................................... 1-4
Interpreting the Display ....................................................................... 1-5
Using the Keys .................................................................................... 1-7
I/O and Main Functions .............................................................................. 1-8
I/O Configuration ................................................................................. 1-8
Main Functions .................................................................................... 1-9
Model Number Structure ................................................................... 1-13
Installation .................................................................................................. 2-2
Dimensions ......................................................................................... 2-2
Installation ........................................................................................... 2-2
Using the Terminals ................................................................................... 2-4
Terminal Arrangements ...................................................................... 2-4
Precautions when Wiring .................................................................... 2-9
Wiring ................................................................................................ 2-10
Typical Control Examples
3.1
3.2
Standard Control ........................................................................................ 3-2
Application .......................................................................................... 3-2
Wiring .................................................................................................. 3-3
Settings ............................................................................................... 3-3
Program Settings ................................................................................ 3-5
Adjustment .......................................................................................... 3-6
Coordinated Electric Oven Operation ........................................................ 3-7
Application .......................................................................................... 3-7
Wiring .................................................................................................. 3-7
Settings ............................................................................................... 3-8
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Section 4
Settings Required for Basic Control
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
4.12
4.13
4.14
4.15
4.16
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Setting Levels and Key Operations ............................................................ 4-2
Changing Parameters ......................................................................... 4-4
Saving Parameter Settings ................................................................. 4-4
Set Values .................................................................................................. 4-6
Initial Setting Example ................................................................................ 4-7
Setting the Input Type .............................................................................. 4-10
Input Type ......................................................................................... 4-10
Scaling .............................................................................................. 4-11
Selecting the Temperature Unit ................................................................ 4-14
Selecting the Control Mode ...................................................................... 4-15
Standard Control ............................................................................... 4-15
Heating/Cooling Control .................................................................... 4-15
Standard Control with Remote SP .................................................... 4-16
Heating/Cooling Control with Remote SP ......................................... 4-16
Proportional Control .......................................................................... 4-16
Cascade Standard Control ................................................................ 4-17
Cascade Heating/Cooling Control ..................................................... 4-17
Position-proportional Control ............................................................ 4-18
Setting Output Parameters ....................................................................... 4-20
Control Period ................................................................................... 4-20
Direct Operation (Cooling)/Reverse Operation (Heating) ................. 4-20
Output Type ...................................................................................... 4-21
Output Assignments .......................................................................... 4-21
Program Settings ..................................................................................... 4-23
Outline of Program Functions ........................................................... 4-23
Program Parameters ......................................................................... 4-23
Program Setting Example ................................................................. 4-25
Performing ON/OFF Control ..................................................................... 4-31
ON/OFF Control ................................................................................ 4-31
Settings ............................................................................................. 4-32
Determining the PID Constants (AT or Manual Settings) ......................... 4-33
Auto-tuning (AT) ................................................................................ 4-33
Limit Cycle ........................................................................................ 4-35
Manual Settings ................................................................................ 4-36
Using Auxiliary Outputs ............................................................................ 4-37
Auxiliary Output Assignments ........................................................... 4-37
Alarm Types ...................................................................................... 4-38
Alarm Values ..................................................................................... 4-39
Alarm Sets ........................................................................................ 4-39
Settings ............................................................................................. 4-39
Starting and Stopping Operation .............................................................. 4-41
Starting Operation (Run) and Stopping Operation (Reset) ............... 4-41
Other ................................................................................................. 4-45
Settings ............................................................................................. 4-46
Manual Operation ..................................................................................... 4-47
Manual Mode .................................................................................... 4-47
Changing Channels .................................................................................. 4-50
Changing Channels .......................................................................... 4-50
Adjusting Programs .................................................................................. 4-51
Changing the SP ............................................................................... 4-51
Changing the Time ............................................................................ 4-51
Operating Precautions ............................................................................. 4-52
Section 5
Functions and Operations
5.1
Input Adjustment Functions ....................................................................... 5-2
Input Correction .................................................................................. 5-2
First Order Lag Operation ................................................................... 5-5
Moving Average .................................................................................. 5-5
Broken-line Approximation .................................................................. 5-6
Extraction of Square Root ................................................................... 5-7
Other Input Adjustments ..................................................................... 5-7
5.2 Control Functions ....................................................................................... 5-8
Alarm Sets .......................................................................................... 5-8
SP Limits ............................................................................................. 5-9
PID Sets ............................................................................................ 5-10
Operating Programs Using Multiple Channels .................................. 5-11
Disturbance Overshoot Adjustment .................................................. 5-13
5.3 Output Adjustment Functions ................................................................... 5-15
MV Limits .......................................................................................... 5-15
MV Change Rate Limit ...................................................................... 5-16
MV at Reset ...................................................................................... 5-17
MV at PV Error .................................................................................. 5-17
5.4 Display and Key Adjustment Functions .................................................... 5-18
Display Scan ..................................................................................... 5-18
PF Settings (Function Keys) ............................................................. 5-20
Other Display and Key Adjustment Functions .................................. 5-22
5.5 Protecting Settings ................................................................................... 5-23
Protection .......................................................................................... 5-23
5.6 Alarm Adjustment Functions .................................................................... 5-25
Alarm Hysteresis ............................................................................... 5-25
Standby Sequence ............................................................................ 5-25
Alarm Latch ....................................................................................... 5-26
Close in Alarm/Open in Alarm ........................................................... 5-26
Alarm SP Selection ........................................................................... 5-26
5.7 Program Operation Functions .................................................................. 5-28
Rate of Rise Programming ................................................................ 5-28
Program Operations .......................................................................... 5-30
SP Modes ......................................................................................... 5-31
Wait ................................................................................................... 5-32
Time Signal ....................................................................................... 5-33
Segment Outputs .............................................................................. 5-34
Program Status Outputs ................................................................... 5-36
Operation at Program Start ............................................................... 5-37
End Condition ................................................................................... 5-38
5.8 Using Event Inputs ................................................................................... 5-39
Event Input Assignments .................................................................. 5-39
5.9 Using a Transfer Output ........................................................................... 5-47
Transfer Output Settings ................................................................... 5-47
5.10 Using Communications ............................................................................ 5-49
Setting Communications Parameters ............................................... 5-49
Communications Writing ................................................................... 5-50
Section 6
CompoWay/F Communications
6.1
Communications Method ........................................................................... 6-2
CompoWay/F Communications .......................................................... 6-2
Communications Specifications .......................................................... 6-2
Transfer Protocol ................................................................................ 6-3
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6.2
Frames ....................................................................................................... 6-4
Command Frames .............................................................................. 6-4
Response Frames ............................................................................... 6-5
6.3 FINS-mini Text ............................................................................................ 6-6
6.4 Variable Areas ............................................................................................ 6-7
Variable Types .................................................................................... 6-7
Addresses ........................................................................................... 6-8
Number of Elements ........................................................................... 6-9
Set Values ........................................................................................... 6-9
6.5 Read from Variable Area .......................................................................... 6-10
6.6 Write to Variable Area .............................................................................. 6-11
6.7 Operation Commands .............................................................................. 6-13
6.8 Setting Areas ............................................................................................ 6-15
6.9 Commands and Responses ..................................................................... 6-17
Reading Monitor Values .................................................................... 6-17
Reading Set Values .......................................................................... 6-18
Composite Read from Variable Area ................................................ 6-19
Writing Set Values in Protect Level .................................................. 6-21
Writing Set Values ........................................................................... 6-21
Set Value Compound Write .............................................................. 6-23
Composite Read Registration ........................................................... 6-24
Composite Read Registration Confirmation ...................................... 6-25
Composite Registration Read ........................................................... 6-25
Communications Writing ................................................................... 6-26
Run/Reset ......................................................................................... 6-26
AT Execute ....................................................................................... 6-27
AT Cancel ......................................................................................... 6-28
Write Mode ........................................................................................ 6-28
Save RAM Data ................................................................................ 6-30
Software Reset ................................................................................. 6-30
Move to Setting Area 1 ..................................................................... 6-30
Move to Protect Level ....................................................................... 6-31
Auto/Manual ...................................................................................... 6-31
Parameter Initialization ..................................................................... 6-32
Alarm Latch Cancel ........................................................................... 6-33
SP Mode ........................................................................................... 6-33
Hold ................................................................................................... 6-34
Advance ............................................................................................ 6-35
Back .................................................................................................. 6-36
Controller Attribute Read .................................................................. 6-36
Controller Status Read ...................................................................... 6-38
Echoback Test .................................................................................. 6-39
6.10 Program Example .................................................................................... 6-40
N88Basic ........................................................................................... 6-40
Section 7
Modbus Communications
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
XIV
Communications Method ........................................................................... 7-2
Modbus Communications ................................................................... 7-2
Communications Specifications .......................................................... 7-2
Transfer Protocol ................................................................................ 7-3
Frames ....................................................................................................... 7-4
Command Frames .............................................................................. 7-4
Response Frames ............................................................................... 7-5
List of Functions ......................................................................................... 7-7
Variable Areas ............................................................................................ 7-8
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
Section 8
Parameters
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
8.10
8.11
8.12
8.13
8.14
8.15
8.16
8.17
8.18
Section 9
Addresses ........................................................................................... 7-8
Number of Elements ........................................................................... 7-9
Set Values ......................................................................................... 7-10
Read from Variable Area .......................................................................... 7-11
Write to Variable Area .............................................................................. 7-13
Operation Commands .............................................................................. 7-15
Setting Areas ........................................................................................... 7-18
Commands and Responses ..................................................................... 7-20
Reading Monitor Values .................................................................... 7-20
Reading Set Values ......................................................................... 7-21
Writing Set Values in Protect Level ................................................... 7-22
Writing Set Values ........................................................................... 7-23
Communications Writing ................................................................... 7-24
Run/Reset ......................................................................................... 7-25
AT Execute ....................................................................................... 7-26
AT Cancel ......................................................................................... 7-27
Write Mode ........................................................................................ 7-27
Save RAM Data ................................................................................ 7-28
Software Reset ................................................................................. 7-29
Move to Setting Area 1 ..................................................................... 7-29
Move to Protect Level ....................................................................... 7-30
Auto/Manual ...................................................................................... 7-30
Parameter Initialization ..................................................................... 7-31
Alarm Latch Cancel ........................................................................... 7-32
SP Mode ........................................................................................... 7-32
Hold ................................................................................................... 7-33
Advance ............................................................................................ 7-34
Back .................................................................................................. 7-35
Echoback Test .................................................................................. 7-35
Using this Section ...................................................................................... 8-2
Protect Level (l.prt) .................................................................................. 8-3
Operation Level ( ) .................................................................................... 8-6
Program Setting Level ( ) ........................................................................ 8-16
Adjustment Level (l.adj) ......................................................................... 8-22
Adjustment 2 Level (l.ad2) ...................................................................... 8-33
Alarm Set Setting Level (l.alm) ............................................................... 8-36
PID Setting Level (l.pid) ......................................................................... 8-39
Time Signal Setting Level ( ) ................................................................... 8-43
Approximation Setting Level (l.tec) ........................................................ 8-46
Input Initial Setting Level (l.0) .................................................................. 8-49
Control Initial Setting Level (l.1) .............................................................. 8-55
Control Initial Setting 2 Level (l.2) ........................................................... 8-63
Alarm Setting Level (l.3) .......................................................................... 8-74
Display Adjustment Level (l.4) ................................................................ 8-80
Communications Setting Level (l.5) ........................................................ 8-84
Advanced Function Setting Level (l.adf) ................................................ 8-88
Expansion Control Setting Level (l.exc) ................................................. 8-94
User Calibration
9.1
9.2
Parameters for User Calibration ................................................................. 9-2
Output Calibration Parameters ........................................................... 9-2
User Calibration ......................................................................................... 9-4
XV
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
Input Calibration .................................................................................. 9-4
Output Calibration ............................................................................... 9-4
Registering Calibration Data ............................................................... 9-4
Thermocouple Input Calibration ................................................................. 9-5
Preparations ........................................................................................ 9-5
Analog Input Calibration ............................................................................. 9-8
Resistance Thermometer Calibration ....................................................... 9-10
Output Calibration .................................................................................... 9-12
Inspecting Indicator Accuracy .................................................................. 9-14
Thermocouples ................................................................................. 9-14
Resistance Thermometers ................................................................ 9-14
Analog Inputs .................................................................................... 9-15
Section 10 Troubleshooting
10.1 Troubleshooting Checklist ........................................................................ 10-2
10.2 Error Messages ........................................................................................ 10-3
10.3 Inferring Causes from Conditions: Abnormal Measured Values .............. 10-5
The Measured Value Is Abnormal or Measurement Is Not Possible 10-5
10.4 Inferring Causes from Conditions: Abnormal Control ............................... 10-7
The PV Does Not Increase ............................................................... 10-7
The Measured Value Increases Above the SP ................................. 10-7
Overshooting or Undershooting Occurs ............................................ 10-8
Hunting Occurs ................................................................................. 10-8
SP Does Not Change as Programmed ............................................. 10-9
The Segment Does Not Advance ..................................................... 10-9
The Program Is Reset in the Middle ................................................. 10-9
10.5 Inferring Causes from Conditions: Abnormal Outputs ............................ 10-10
No Control Output or No Alarm Output ........................................... 10-10
10.6 Inferring Causes from Conditions: Communications Problems .............. 10-11
Cannot Communicate or No Response .......................................... 10-11
10.7 Inferring Causes from Conditions: Reset Operation ............................... 10-12
Outputs Are Made While Resetting (Operation Will Not Stop) ........ 10-12
Appendix
Specifications .......................................................................................................A-2
Unit Ratings ........................................................................................A-2
Controller Performance Specifications ................................................A-3
Sensor Input Setting Ranges and Display/Control Ranges ..................................A-4
ASCII Table ..........................................................................................................A-5
Setting Lists ..........................................................................................................A-6
[email protected] Status (Communications) .....................................................A-8
[email protected] Program Status (Communications) .....................................A-10
Initialization Due to Changing Parameter Settings ...........................A-44
Parameter Charts ...............................................................................................A-48
Index
XVI
1.1
1.2
1.3
Overview
Section 1 Overview
Main Features of the E5AR-T and E5ER-T ....................... 1-2
Part Names and Functions ................................................ 1-4
I/O and Main Functions ..................................................... 1-8
1-1
Overview
Section 1 Overview
1.1 Main Features of the E5AR-T and E5ER-T
The E5AR-T/ER-T is an advanced Programmable Digital Controller that features high-precision control.
The E5AR-T/ER-T has the following features.
■ Inputs
● High-speed
Sampling
• Sampling period: 50 ms
● High Accuracy and
High Resolution
• Indication accuracy
Thermocouple: (Larger of ±0.1% PV or ±1°C) ± 1 digit max.
Platinum resistance thermometer:
(Larger of ±0.1% PV or ±0.5°C) ± 1 digit max.
Analog input: (±0.1% FS) ± 1 digit max
(For non-standard specifications, refer to Appendix Specifications
(P. A-2))
• Input resolution: 1/100°C
(Pt100: A range of −150.00 to 150.00°C with a resolution of 0.01°C
is provided.)
• High-speed sampling is achieved simultaneously with high accuracy
and high resolution. This provides high-accuracy, high-speed control
to match your application.
● Multi-input
Function
• A wide range of temperature inputs and analog inputs is supported.
Temperature inputs:
Thermocouples: K, J, T, E, L, U, N, R, S, B, W
Platinum resistance thermometers: Pt100
Analog inputs:
Current inputs: 4 to 20 mA or 0 to 20 mA
Voltage inputs: 1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, or 0 to 10 V
● Multiple Inputs
• The E5AR-T is available with either 2 input or 4 input channels.
The E5ER-T comes with 2 inputs.
■ Controller
1-2
● Programs
• Up to 32 programs can be created containing set points, times, PID
set numbers, alarm set numbers, wait upper/lower limits, segment
outputs, program repetitions, and program links. The set point,
times, wait function, and segment outputs can be set for each
segment. Outputs can be set for each segment or outputs can be
set based on the time from the start of the segment.
● PID Sets
• Up to 8 PID sets can be created to store settings (PID constants,
MV limits, and automatic selection range upper limits) for PID
control.
• PID sets can be selected not only by directly specifying the PID set
number in a program, but they can also be selected automatically
according to the present value, deviation, or set point.
● A wide Variety of
Control Modes and
Functions
• Coordinated operation is possible with one Digital Controller for
models with 2 or 4 input channels, eliminating the need for slave
adjusters.
• Position-proportional Control Models support floating control or
closed control. Floating control allows position-proportional control
without a potentiometer.
■ Outputs
● Multi-output
Function
• Multi-outputs enable using either current outputs or voltage outputs
(for driving SSRs).
● High Resolution
• Resolution of Current Outputs
0 to 20 mA: Approx. 54,000
4 to 20 mA: Approx. 43,000
● Control Period
• The control period can be set as short as 0.2 seconds, allowing
precise time-proportioning control for voltage outputs (for driving
SSRs).
1-3
Overview
1.1 Main Features of the E5AR-T and E5ER-T
Overview
Section 1 Overview
1.2 Part Names and Functions
■ Front Panel
● E5AR-T
Operation Indicators
SUB1 SUB2 SUB3 SUB4 WAIT
HA
FSP
Channel Indicator
Program Status Indicators
Bar Graph
Operation Indicators
8CH 8.8.8.8.8
8.8.8.8.8
8.8.8.8
OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 RST
Function Key 1/
Run/Reset Key
PF1
PV
Display No. 1
SV
PRG.
SEG
Display No. 2
Display No. 3
RSP HOLD
PF2
Up Key
Function Key 2
Down Key
E5AR
Mode Key
Level Key
● E5ER-T
SUB1 SUB2 SUB3 SUB4 WAIT FSP
Operation Indicators
8.8.8.8.8
8.8.8.8.8
8.8.8.8
OUT1 OUT2 RST
PV
SV
PRG.
SEG
Display No. 3
Down Key
Level Key
PF1
1-4
Display No. 2
RSP HOLD
Mode Key
Function Key 1/
Run/Reset Key
Display No. 1
Up Key
PF2
E5ER
Function Key 2
1.2 Part Names and Functions
Overview
■ Interpreting the Display
● Display No. 1
Shows the present value, the parameter name, or error name (red).
● Display No. 2
Shows the set point or the set value of the parameter (green).
● Display No. 3
Shows the program number, segment number, or the level name
(orange).
● Channel Indicator
Shows the set channel number (orange).
The channel indicator functions only on models with more than one
input. It is always OFF on models with only one input.
The E5ER-T indicates the channel using the CH2 operation indicator.
● Bar Graph
Shows a bar graph of the set item, such as the program time
remaining or output level.
● Program Status
Indicators
Shows the direction of change of the present SP of the present
segment. The indicators light as follows: Rising segment: top indicator,
fixed-temperature segment: middle indicator, and falling segment:
bottom indicator.
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Section 1 Overview
Overview
● Operation Indicators
Model
Operation
indicator
E5AR- E5ERT
T
OUT1
●
●
OUT2
●
●
OUT3
●
–
OUT4
●
–
SUB1
●
●
SUB2
●
●
SUB3
●
●
SUB4
●
●
RST
●
●
RSP
●
●
HOLD
●
●
WAIT
●
●
FSP
●
●
MANU
●
●
CMW
●
●
CH2
–
●
Common/Individual
channel indicator
Explanation
Turns ON/OFF when control output 1 turns ON/
OFF. (See note 2.)
Turns ON/OFF when control output 2 turns ON/
OFF. (See note 2.)
Common
indicators (orange) Turns ON/OFF when control output 3 turns ON/
OFF. (See note 2.)
Turns ON/OFF when control output 4 turns ON/
OFF. (See note 2.)
Turns ON/OFF when the output function assigned
to auxiliary output 1 turns ON/OFF.
Turns ON/OFF when the output function assigned
to auxiliary output 2 turns ON/OFF.
Common
indicators (red)
Turns ON/OFF when the output function assigned
to auxiliary output 3 turns ON/OFF.
Turns ON/OFF when the output function assigned
to auxiliary output 4 turns ON/OFF.
Individual channel ON while the program is being reset. Otherwise,
indicator (orange) OFF.
Individual channel ON when the SP mode is set to Remote SP Mode.
indicator (orange) Otherwise, OFF.
Individual channel ON while the program is being held. Otherwise,
indicator (orange) OFF.
Individual channel ON while the program is waiting. Otherwise, OFF.
indicator (red)
Individual channel ON when the SP mode is set to Fixed SP Mode.
indicator (red)
Otherwise, OFF.
Individual channel ON when operation is set to Manual Mode. Otherindicator (orange) wise, OFF.
Common indicator Turns ON/OFF when writing via communications is
(orange)
enabled/disabled.
Individual channel ON when channel 2 is being displayed. Otherwise,
indicator (orange) OFF.
Note 1.● : Indicates that the model supports the function.The function, however, may be disabled depending
on the settings. An indicator is always OFF for a disable function.
–: Indicates that the model does not support the function.
2.When the control output is a current output, the indicator turns OFF when the MV is 0% or less and
turns ON when the MV is greater than 0%.
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1.2 Part Names and Functions
Overview
■ Using the Keys
Key
Name
L
Level Key
Press to change setting levels.
M
Mode Key
Press to change the parameter within a setting level.
Hold down to change the parameter backward (one change per second).
U
Up Key
Each time the U Key is pressed, the value of the No. 2 display increases. Hold
down the key to increase the value quickly. The key is also used to scroll forward
through the setting items.
D
Down Key
Each time the D Key is pressed, the value of the No. 2 display decreases. Hold
down the key to decrease the value quickly. The key is also used to scroll backward through the setting items.
L+M
Protect Key
PF1
/
RUN/RST
PF2
Description
Press both the L and M Keys simultaneously to change to the Protect Level.
Refer to 4.1 Setting Levels and Key Operations (P. 4-2) for details.
Function Key
1/
Run/Reset
Key
When pressed, this function key activates the function set with the PF1 parameter.
Example: When the PF1 parameter is set to “RUN/RST,” this key functions as an
Run/Reset Key that is used to switch between Run Mode and Reset Mode. (“RUN/
RST” is the default PF1 setting.)
The mode changes from Reset Mode to Run Mode when the key is pressed for at
least one second and changes from Run Mode to Reset Mode when the key is
press for at least two seconds.
Function key
2
When pressed, this function key activates the function set with the PF2 parameter.
Example: When this key is set as a Channel Key, the channel is switched on models with a multi-channel configuration. The channel switching sequence is as follows:
CH1 → CH2 → ··· → Highest channel set in the Enabled Channel Setting
↑___________________↓
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Overview
Section 1 Overview
1.3 I/O and Main Functions
■ I/O Configuration
The I/O configuration of the E5AR-T/ER-T and internal setting items are shown in the following diagram.
EV1
EV2
EV3
EV4
EV5
EV6
EV7
EV8
EV9
IN1
EV10
IN2
IN3
IN4
Input 1 Type 1 Switch
Input 1 Type
Temperature Unit
Scaling
Extraction of
Square Root 1
Moving Average 1
Event input assignments
First Order
Lag Operation 1
Broken-line
Approximation 1
Extraction of Extraction of
Square Root 2Square Root 3Extraction of
Square Root 4
Moving Average
2
Moving
Average
3
Moving
Average 4
First Order
First Order
Lag Operation Lag
2 Operation 3 First Order
Lag Operation 4
Control mode is
control with Remote SP.
Channel 1
RSP.1
PV.1
PV.2
PRSP .1
RSP.2
Remote SP
PV.3
Fixed SP
Fixed SP
RSP.3
+
PFSP .1
PV.4
RSP.4
-
Program
Program SP
CSP.1
PID
PRG.1
Direct/Reverse Operation
MV Change Rate Limit
ALM4.1
ALM3.1
MV Limit
ALM2.1
ALM1.1
Input Error
Remote SP Input Error
Potentiometer Input Error
SERR.1
MV at PV Error
RSER.1
Error
RNRS.1
Run
IRUN.1
MV at Reset
SGN.1
Stop
MNAT .1
Auto
SEG.1
Manual MV
PEND .1
Manual
Standard Models
PositionProportional Models
Heating/Cooling Control
Control Mode:
Standard Control
Dead Band
MVH.1
MVC.1
Auxiliary Output Assignments
Position-Proportional Dead Band
VLVO.1
VLVC.1
Control/Transfer
Output 1 Assignments
OUT1
PV.1
RSP.1
MVH.1
MVL.1
VLVO.1
VLVC.1
CSP.1
OUT 2
OUT3
OUT4
Channel 1 PV
Channel 1 Remote SP
Channel 1 MV (Heating)
Channel 1 MV (Cooling)
Channel 1 MV (Open)
Channel 1 MV (Closed)
Channel 1 SP for Coordinated
Operation
SUB1
SUB2
SUB3
PRSP.1 Channel 1
Program/Remote SP Mode
PFSP.1 Channel 1
Program/Fixed SP Mode
PRG.1 Channel 1 Program No.
RNRS.1 Channel 1 RUN/Reset
MNAT.1 Channel 1 Auto/Manual
SUB4
SUB 5
SUB6
SUB7
Channel 1 Alarm 1
Channel 1 Alarm 2
Channel 1 Alarm 3
Channel 1 Alarm 4
Channel 1 Input Error
Channel 1 Remote SP Error
Channel 1 Run
Channel 1 Segment No. Output
Channel 1 Segment Output/
Time Signal
PEND.1 Channel 1 Program End
ALM1.1
ALM2.1
ALM3.1
ALM4.1
SERR.1
RSER.1
IRUN.1
SGN.1
SEG.1
Models with more than one input have the same setting data for channels 2 to 4, depending on the number of input points.
1-8
SUB8
SUB9
SUB10
■ Main Functions
● Inputs
First, set the input type switch for each input to specify using either a
temperature input (thermocouple (TC) or resistance thermometer
(PT)) or an analog input (current input or voltage input), and then set
the Input Type parameter.
If the input type switch is set to a temperature input (resistance
thermometer or thermocouple), the temperature unit can be set. If the
input type switch is set to an analog input (current input or voltage
input), scaling and the decimal point position can be set.
Inputs
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
Input type
switch
TC.PT
IN1
TYPE
ANALOG
Input type
Temperature inputs
Resistance thermometers: Pt 100
Thermocouples: K, J, T, E, L, U, N, R, S, B, W
Temperature unit
Analog inputs
Current inputs: 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 20 mA
Voltage inputs: 1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V
Scaling
Decimal point position
Location of Input Type Switches
Input type switches
(on the bottom)
● Event Input
Assignments
An operation command can be assigned to each event input. If event
inputs are to be used, use an E5AR/[email protected]@B/D/M Controller.
For models with more than one input, assignments can be made for
channels 2 and higher as needed depending on the number of
channels. The Communications Writing OFF/ON operation instruction
is common to all channels.
Event
inputs
EV1
EV2
EV3
EV4
EV5
EV6
EV7
EV8
EV9
EV10
Event input assignments
Channel 1
Communications Writing OFF/ON
Channel 1 Program No. (Bit 0, Weight 1)
Channel 1 Program No. (Bit 1, Weight 2)
Channel 1 Program No. (Bit 2, Weight 4)
Channel 1 Program No. (Bit 3, Weight 8)
Channel 1 Program No. (Bit 4, Weight 16)
Channel 1 Program No. (Bit 5, Weight 32)
Channel 1 Program No. (Bit 0, Weight 10)
Channel 1 Program No. (Bit 1, Weight 20)
Channel 1 Run (ON)/Reset (OFF)
Channel 1 Run (OFF)/Reset (ON)
Channel 1 Auto (OFF)/Manual (ON)
Channel 1 Program SP (OFF)/Remote SP (ON)
Channel 1 Remote SP (OFF)/Fixed SP (ON)
Channel 1 Program SP (OFF)/Fixed SP (ON)
Channel 1 Program SP
Channel 1 Remote SP
Channel 1 Fixed SP
Channel 1 Hold (ON)/Clear Hold (OFF)
Channel 1 Advance
Channel 1 Back
2
3
4
Channel 2 Back
1-9
Overview
1.3 I/O and Main Functions
Overview
Section 1 Overview
● Control Modes
The type of control performed by each Controller is selected by setting
the control mode. Setting the control mode sets default values for the
output assignments required for the control.
After setting the control mode, specify direct/reverse operation for each
channel.
Standard Models
The control modes that can be selected depend on the number of
input points.
Control mode
1-input
models
2-input models
4-input
models
Outputs
IN1
IN1
IN1
OUT1
Channel 1 Control Output (Heating)
IN2
IN2
OUT2
Channel 2 Control Output (Heating)
IN3
OUT3
Channel 3 Control Output (Heating)
IN4
OUT4
Channel 4 Control Output (Heating)
OUT1
Channel 1 Control Output (Heating)
OUT2
Channel 1 Control Output (Cooling)
OUT3
Channel 2 Control Output (Heating)
OUT4
Channel 2 Control Output (Cooling)
–
OUT1
Channel 1 Control Output (Heating)
–
OUT1
OUT2
Channel 1 Control Output (Heating)
Channel 1 Control Output (Cooling)
Standard Control
IN1
IN1
IN1
IN2
IN2
Heating/Cooling
Control
IN1
IN2: Remote SP
Control/Transfer output
assignment
Standard Control
with Remote SP
–
Heating/Cooling
Control with
Remote SP
–
Proportional
Control
–
IN1
IN2: Ratio setting
–
OUT1
Channel 1 Control Output (Heating)
Cascade Standard
Control
–
IN1: Primary loop
IN2: Secondary loop
–
OUT1
Channel 2 Control Output (Heating)
Cascade Heating/
Cooling Control
–
IN1: Primary loop
IN2: Secondary loop
–
OUT1
OUT2
Channel 2 Control Output (Heating)
Channel 2 Control Output (Cooling)
IN1
IN2: Remote SP
Direct/Reverse
operation
Description
Direct
operation
(cooling)
Control whereby the MV is increased as the present
value increases
(When the present value (PV) is higher than the set
point (SP), the MV is increased in proportion to the
difference between the PV and the SP.)
Reverse
operation
(heating)
Control whereby the MV is decreased as the present
value increases
(When the present value (PV) is lower than the set
point (SP), the MV is increased in proportion to the
difference between the PV and the SP.)
• When pulse outputs are used, the control period must be set for
each channel.
Note: “Pulse outputs” indicates relay outputs and voltage outputs (for
driving SSRs).
1-10
Position-proportional Control Models
Position-proportional Control Models support only standard control.
Control mode
1-input
models
2-input models
4-input
models
Standard Control
IN1
–
–
Outputs
Control/Transfer output
assignment
OUT1
Channel 1 Control Output (Open)
OUT2
Channel 2 Control Output (Closed)
Direct/Reverse
operation
Description
Direct operation
(cooling)
Control whereby the MV is increased as the present
value increases
(When the present value (PV) is higher than the set
point (SP), the MV is increased in proportion to the
difference between the PV and the SP.)
Reverse operation
(heating)
Control whereby the MV is decreased as the
present value increases
(When the present value (PV) is lower than the set
point (SP), the MV is increased in proportion to the
difference between the PV and the SP.)
• Floating control or closed control can also be selected for the
Position-proportional Control Models. Floating control enables
position-proportional control without a feedback potentiometer.
● Control/Transfer
Output
Assignments
Parameters can be used to assign the type of data that is output from
each output. For the models with more than one input, assignments
can be made for channels 2 and higher as needed depending on the
number of channels.
Outputs
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
Control/Transfer Output Assignments
Channel 1
Channel 1 control output (heating or open) for control output
Channel 1 control output (cooling or close) for control output
Channel 1 present set point
Channel 1 PV
Channel 1 control output (heating or open) for transfer output
Channel 1 control output (cooling or close) for transfer output
Channel 1 valve opening
When control outputs are used, assignments are made automatically
based on the control mode that is set, as explained on the previous
page. No changes are necessary.
When an output is used as a transfer output, assign the data to be
transferred to an unused output.
For outputs with multi-output functionality, specify a voltage output (for
driving SSR) or a linear current output using the multi-output output
type setting.
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Overview
1.3 I/O and Main Functions
Section 1 Overview
Overview
For linear current outputs, 0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA can be selected.
Voltage outputs (for driving SSRs) are 12 VDC, 40 mA.
Outputs
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
● Auxiliary Output
Assignments
Multi-output output type
Voltage output (for driving SSR)
Linear Current Output
Linear current output, output type
0 to 20 mA
4 to 20 mA
The type of data that is output from each auxiliary output can be
assigned.
For models with more than one input, assignments can be made for
channels 2 and higher as needed depending on the number of
channels.
The U-ALM output is an OR output of alarm functions 1 to 4 for all
channels.
Auxiliary
outputs
SUB1
SUB2
SUB3
SUB4
SUB5
SUB6
SUB7
SUB8
SUB9
SUB10
1-12
Auxiliary output assignments
Channel 1 Alarm 1
Channel 1 Alarm 2
Channel 1 Alarm 3
Channel 1 Alarm 4
Channel 1 Input Error
Channel 1 RSP Input Error
Channel 1 Run Output
Channel 1 Program End Output
Channel 1 Program Output 1
Channel 1 Program Output 2
Channel 1 Program Output 3
Channel 1 Program Output 4
Channel 1 Program Output 5
Channel 1 Program Output 6
Channel 1 Program Output 7
Channel 1 Program Output 8
Channel 1 Program Output 9
Channel 1 Program Output 10
Channel 1
2
3
4
All Channels
Alarm 1 OR output of all channels
Alarm 2 OR output of all channels
Alarm 3 OR output of all channels
Alarm 4 OR output of all channels
Input Error OR output of all channels
RSP Input Error OR output of all channels
U-ALM Output
1.3 I/O and Main Functions
E5
R−
Overview
■ Model Number Structure
−
Size
A (96 x 96 mm)
E (48 x 96 mm)
A
E
Fixed/Program
Fixed
Program
Blank
T
Control method
Standard or heating/cooling
Position proportional
Blank
P
Output 1
Relay + relay
R
Voltage output (for driving SSR) + voltage output (for driving SSR)/linear current output Q
Current + current
C
Output 2
None
Relay + relay
Voltage output (for driving SSR) + voltage output (for driving SSR)/linear current output
Current + current
Blank
R
Q
C
Auxiliary outputs
None
4 relay outputs, SPST-NO, common
2 transistor outputs
10 transistor outputs
Blank
4
T
E
Optional function 1
None
RS-485 communications
Blank
3
Optional function 2
None
4 event inputs
8 event inputs
Blank
D
M
Input 1
Multi-input + 2 event inputs
B
Multi-input + FB
(potentiometer input)
F
Multi-input + multi-input
W
Input 2
None
Multi-input + multi-input
Blank
W
Communications method
None
CompoWay/F
Blank
FLK
The above information on the model number structure is based on functionality. Models may not
actually be available for all possible combinations of features. Please check the catalog for availability
before ordering.
1-13
Overview
Section 1 Overview
1-14
Preparations
Section 2 Preparations
2.1
2.2
Installation ......................................................................... 2-2
Using the Terminals ........................................................... 2-4
2-1
Section 2 Preparations
2.1 Installation
Preparations
■ Dimensions
● E5AR-T
11.5
3
96
FSP
96
8 8.8.8.8.8
8.8.8.8.8
8.8.8.8
CMW MANU
OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4
PF 1
RST
2
RSP
PV
111
SUB1 SUB2 SUB3 SUB4 WAIT
110
95
SV
PRG.
SEG
HOLD
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
1
1
2
PF2
2
3
3
4
4
RUN/RST
E 5 AR
5
5
6
6
Mounting Bracket (enclosed)
● E5ER-T
11.5
3
48
FSP
96
8.8.8.8.8
8.8.8.8.8
8.8.8.8
PV
SV
CH2
CMW
PRG.
SEG
MANU
OUT1 OUT2 RST
2
111
SUB1 SUB2 SUB3 SUB4 WAIT
110
95
RSP HOLD
RUN/RST
Mounting Bracket (enclosed)
■ Installation
● Panel Cutout Dimensions
E5AR-T
E5ER-T
45+0.6
0
92 +0.8
0
2-2
60 min.
92+0.8
0
120 min.
120 min.
92 +0.8
0
110 min.
2.1 Installation
● Installation Procedure
E5AR-T
If the front of the Controller
needs to be watertight, attach
the enclosed watertight
packing.
If the front of the Controller
does not need to be watertight, the watertight packing
does not need to be attached.
Insert the Controller into the
cutout in the panel.
Insert the enclosed fittings
into the grooves on the top
and bottom of the rear case.
E5ER-T
Watertight packing
Preparations
Watertight packing
Gradually tighten the screws
in the top and bottom fittings,
alternating between them so
that they are balanced.
Tighten the screws until the
ratchet turns freely (i.e., until
the screws are no longer
engaged).
● Pulling Out the
Controller
Normally there is no need to pull out the Controller. However, it can be
pulled out if needed for maintenance purposes.
1
2
0.4
2.0
1
When pulling out the Controller, place a cloth over the screwdriver to
prevent scratches and other damage.
2-3
Section 2 Preparations
Verify the layout of the terminals (labeled beginning from A and from 1) using the markings on the top and
sides of the case.
■ Terminal Arrangements
● E5AR-T
24 VAC/DC
−
+
+
−
E5AR-TC4B
100 to 240 VAC
!
A
Auxiliary outputs
(Relay outputs)
B C D E
1
B
1
2
Input power supply
depends on model.
100 to 240 VAC or
24 VAC/DC (no polarity)
3
4
5
6
1
COM
2
SUB1
3
SUB2
4
5
6
COM
24 VAC/DC
+
+
E5AR-TQ4B
−
Preparations
2.2 Using the Terminals
−
100 to 240 VAC
!
Input power supply
depends on model.
100 to 240 VAC or
24 VAC/DC (no polarity)
SUB3
SUB4
F G H I
+
−
2
3
1
EV2
2
3
COM
+
4
EV1
−
I
4
−
−
+
V
+
TC
PT
5
6
K
3
SUB2
5
6
1
4
5
6
COM
SUB3
SUB4
OUT2
Current output
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output
type setting.)
OUT1
Current output
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output
type setting.)
J K
Event inputs
1
+
−
+
−
EV1
1
EV2
2
COM
3
2
3
+
4
5
6
F
−
−
−
+
V
I
PT
+
TC
4
5
6
K
(Thermocouple)
(Current) (Voltage)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
E5AR-TC43B-FLK
Auxiliary outputs
(Relay outputs)
1
B
1
COM
2
2
SUB1
3
4
3
SUB2
4
COM
5
6
SUB3
2
5
6
1
3
2
4
3
4
A
100 to 240 VAC
OUT1
+
5
Voltage output 12 V
40 mA or
−
6
Current output
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
F
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
SUB1
(Thermocouple)
(Current) (Voltage)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
E5AR-TQ43B-FLK
OUT2
Voltage output 12 V 40 mA −
2
F G H I
Event inputs
OUT1
+
5
Voltage output 12 V
−
40 mA or
6
Current output
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max. F
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
1
COM
3
4
J K
1
B(+)
RS-485
−
A(−)
+
B
1
5
6
5
6
+
2
3
4
3
4
!
Auxiliary outputs
(Relay outputs)
B C D E
2
2
OUT2
Voltage output 12 V
40 mA
A
1
B C D E
SUB4
A
100 to 240 VAC
!
B C D E
Auxiliary outputs
(Relay outputs)
1
2
B
1
COM
3
4
2
SUB1
3
SUB2
5
6
1
4
COM
5
6
SUB3
SUB4
2
3
4
5
6
5
6
F G H I
F G H I
B(+)
RS-485
A(−)
J K
Event inputs
EV1
+
EV2
2
COM
3
−
−
I
+
V
1
−
PT
+
TC
4
5
6
K
OUT2
Current output
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output
type setting.)
OUT1
Current output
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output
type setting.)
+
−
+
−
+
−
J K
Event inputs
1
EV1
1
2
EV2
2
3
COM
3
4
5
6
F
+
−
I
−
−
+
+
V
PT
TC
4
5
6
K
(Thermocouple)
(Current) (Voltage)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
(Thermocouple)
(Current) (Voltage)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
Note: With the E5AR-T, the power supply voltage must be 100 to 120 V for UL compliance. With
the E5AR-T, the power supply voltage must be 100 to 240 V for CE marking compliance.
2-4
2.2 Using the Terminals
E5AR-TCE3MB-FLK
Auxiliary outputs
(Transistor outputs)
−
B C D E
+
1
SUB1(B), SUB6(C)
2
SUB2(B), SUB7(C)
3
4
SUB3(B), SUB8(C) +
5
6
1
SUB5(B), SUB10(C)+
SUB4(B), SUB9(C)
+
+
Event inputs
2
3
4
5
6
J K
2
3
EV5(E), EV9(D)
4
5
6
2
+
OUT2
Voltage output 12 V 40 mA
−
4
5
6
F
OUT1
+
Voltage output 12 V
−
40 mA or
Current output
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
+
EV1
1
EV2
2
COM
3
−
−
I
+
V
+
TC
PT
!
+
Input power supply
depends on model.
100 to 240 VAC or 24
VAC/DC (no polarity)
+
B(+)
RS-485
−
OUT2
A(−)
+
Voltage output 12 V
40 mA
−
OUT1
+
Voltage output 12 V
40 mA or
−
Current output
A
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
-
B C D E
COM
SUB1(B), SUB6(C)
+
2
4
5
6
Event inputs
5
6
F G H I
J K
2
EV4(E), EV8(D)
3
EV5(E), EV9(D)
4
5
6
COM
Event inputs
EV1
1
4
5
6
EV6(E),EV10(D)
1
Event inputs
+
−
EV1
1
EV2
2
COM
3
4
−
−
+
+
TC
I
V
PT
5
6
K
EV2
2
3
COM
3
+
−
−
I
+
V
−
PT
+
TC
B
1
COM
1
2
SUB1
2
3
SUB2
3
4
4
5
6
COM
100 to 240 VAC
!
B(+)
RS-485
A(−)
+
−
+
OUT2
Voltage output 12 V 40 mA −
1
2
3
4
OUT1
+
Voltage output 12 V
5
40 mA or
−
Current output
6
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
F
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
A
B C D E
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
F G H I
J K
SUB3
SUB4
Event inputs
E
1
EV3
2
EV4
3
EV5
4
5
6
EV6
COM
1
2
4
5
6
G
DE
1
EV3(E), EV7(D)
EV6(E), EV10(D)
OUT4
Current output
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
+
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output
−
type setting.)
+
OUT3
Current output
−
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
3
EV5(E),EV9(D)
Auxiliary outputs
(Relay outputs)
3
4
5
6
F
2
EV4(E),EV8(D)
BC
1
SUB3(B), SUB8(C) +
+
SUB4(B), SUB9(C)
+
SUB5(B), SUB10(C)
3
4
EV3(E),EV7(D)
(Thermocouple)
(Current) (Voltage)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
SUB2(B), SUB7(C) +
2
J K
OUT2
2
Current output
+
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
3
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max. −
4
(Switched by output
+
type setting.)
5
OUT1
−
Current output
6
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
F
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
3
4
3
DE
1
Event inputs
COM
2
2
5
6
E5AR-TQ43DW-FLK (2-loop Controller)
1
5
6
1
1
4
SUB4(B), SUB9(C) +
SUB5(B), SUB10(C) +
+
B(+)
RS-485
−
A(−)
Auxiliary outputs
(Transistor outputs)
100 to 240 VAC
3
4
F G H I
E5AR-TQCE3MB-FLK
+
3
SUB3(B), SUB8(C) +
5
6
(Thermocouple)
(Current) (Voltage)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
24 VAC/DC
2
2
3
4
4
5
6
K
−
+
SUB2(B), SUB7(C) +
2
Event inputs
3
SUB1(B), SUB6(C)
B C D E
5
6
1
DE
1
EV4(E), EV8(D)
COM
1
−
4
5
6
A
1
4
5
6
K
(Thermocouple)
(Current) (Voltage)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
Input 2
Input 1
1
−
I
+V
PT
−
−
+
B(+)
RS-485
A(−)
3
EV3(E), EV7(D)
EV6(E), EV10(D)
!
+
F G H I
100 to 240 VAC
2
+
A
!
BC
1
−
COM
−
100 to 240 VAC
COM
Auxiliary outputs
(Transistor outputs)
BC
1
Preparations
E5AR-TQE3MB-FLK
I
+
−
2
+
TC
3
4
5
6
+
TC K
−
V
PT
(Thermocouple)
(Current) (Voltage)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
Note: With the E5AR-T, the power supply voltage must be 100 to 120 V for UL compliance. With
the E5AR-T, the power supply voltage must be 100 to 240 V for CE marking compliance.
2-5
Section 2 Preparations
E5AR-TC43DW-FLK (2-loop Controller)
E5AR-TQQE3MW-FLK (2-loop Controller)
Auxiliary outputs
(Relay outputs)
SUB1
3
SUB2
3
4
4
COM
5
6
SUB3
B(+)
RS-485
−
A(−)
+
OUT2
E
1
Event inputs
2
3
4
5
6
F G H I
EV3
2
EV4
3
EV5
J K
COM
+
1
2
4
5
6
1
SUB5(B), SUB10(C) +
SUB4(B), SUB9(C) +
3
4
4
+
I
−
3
TC
5
6
F G H I
+
V
PT
TC
+
−
DE
1
J K
EV3(E), EV7(D)
2
EV4(E), EV8(D)
3
EV5(E), EV9(D)
4
EV6(E), EV10(D)
5
6
COM
2
1
−
−
2
+
TC
3
Input 2
3
4
Voltage output 12 V
+
40 mA or
5
−
Current output
6
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max. G
(Switched by output type setting.)
4
5
6
K
−
+
Voltage output 12 V
40 mA
OUT3
2
+
PT
V
−
I
OUT4
5
6
Event inputs
2
3
+
Voltage output 12 V
5
40 mA or
−
6
Current output
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max. F
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
1
−
−
Input 1
−
SUB3(B), SUB8(C) +
1
+
Input 2
Voltage output 12 V
40 mA
OUT1
4
5
6
EV6
−
I
+
PT
V
−
−
+
+
TC
Input 1
I
PT
V
4
5
6
K
(Thermocouple)
(Current) (Voltage)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
(Thermocouple)
(Current) (Voltage)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
E5AR-TCCE3MWW-FLK (4-loop Controller)
A
B C D E
1
+
2
2
SUB2(B), SUB7(C) +
3
SUB3(B), SUB8(C) +
+
SUB4(B), SUB9(C)
3
4
SUB5(B), SUB10(C) +
5
6
1
+
B(+)
1
RS-485
−
OUT2
A(−)
2
Current output
+
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
3
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max. −
(Switched by output
4
type setting.)
+
5
OUT1
−
Current output
6
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
F
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
SUB1(B), SUB6(C) +
3
4
EV3(E), EV7(D)
2
5
6
EV4(E), EV8(D)
3
EV5(E), EV9(D)
4
EV6(E), EV10(D)
5
6
F G H I
J K
COM
+
1
Input 2(K)
Input 4(J)
3
+
4
5
6
G
Input 1(K)
Input 3(J)
I
−
+
+
TC
V
PT
−
−
+
I
V
PT
+
TC
RS-485
OUT2
A(−)
−
Voltage output 12 V 21 mA +
SUB2(B), SUB7(C)
+
3
4
SUB3(B), SUB8(C)
+
5
6
1
SUB5(B), SUB10(C) +
1
2
SUB4(B), SUB9(C)
Event inputs
3
4
−
OUT1
4
+
Voltage output 12 V
5
21 mA or
−
Current output
6
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max. F
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
OUT4
2
Voltage output 12 V 21 mA +
3
−
5
6
(Thermocouple)
(Current) (Voltage)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
J, K
+
2
3
5
6
F G H I
J K
2
3
OUT3
4
Voltage output 12 V
+
5
21 mA or
−
Current output
6
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max. G
(Switched by output type setting.)
Input 2(K)
Input 4(J)
Input 1(K)
Input 3(J)
+
2
3
4
5
6
DE
1
2
EV4(E), EV8(D)
3
EV5(E), EV9(D)
4
EV6(E), EV10(D)
5
6
1
−
I
BC
1
EV3(E), EV7(D)
COM
1
1
−
4
−
2
DE
1
+
B C D E
2
4
5
6
A
−
COM
SUB1(B), SUB6(C) +
1
!
B(+)
Event inputs
2
−
OUT4
Current output
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
+
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output
−
type setting.)
+
OUT3
Current output
−
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
100 to 240 VAC
+
!
−
V
PT
+
TC
2
3
4
−
+
−
Input power supply
depends on model.
100 to 240 VAC or 24
VAC/DC (no polarity)
Auxiliary outputs
(Transistor outputs)
BC
1
+
COM
100 to 240 VAC
24 VAC/DC
−
E5AR-TQQE3MWW-FLK (4-loop Controller)
−
Auxiliary outputs
(Transistor outputs)
−
Preparations
1
−
OUT2
A(−)
2
Current output
+
3
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max. −
4
(Switched by output
+
type setting.)
5
−
OUT1
6
Current output
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
F
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
+
SUB4
3
3
4
2
+
+
5
6
1
2
SUB2(B), SUB7(C) +
1
−
Input power supply
depends on model.
100 to 240 VAC or 24
VAC/DC (no polarity)
−
B(+)
RS-485
B C D E
SUB1(B), SUB6(C) +
−
A
COM
B C D E
A
+
2
2
!
BC
1
−
100 to 240 VAC
−
1
24 VAC/DC
+
+
COM
100 to 240 VAC
!
Auxiliary outputs
(Transistor outputs)
B
1
I
−
−
+
+
TC
V
PT
5
6
(Thermocouple)
(Current) (Voltage)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
J, K
Note: With the E5AR-T, the power supply voltage must be 100 to 120 V for UL compliance. With
the E5AR-T, the power supply voltage must be 100 to 240 V for CE marking compliance.
2-6
2.2 Using the Terminals
E5AR-TPRQE3MF-FLK
Auxiliary outputs
(Relay outputs)
−
!
COM
−
2
2
SUB1
3
4
3
SUB2
+
Input power supply
depends on model.
100 to 240 VAC or 24
VAC/DC (no polarity)
4
COM
5
6
1
5
6
SUB3
B C D E
SUB4
Event inputs
2
3
4
5
6
J K
OUT2
OUT1
3
4
5
6
F
2
EV4
3
EV5
4
5
6
COM
Potentiometer
1
2
EV3
EV6
F G H I
O
W
Relay output
250 VAC 1 A
Closed
Open
C
+
−
I
−
−
+
+
TC
V
E
1
PT
Auxiliary outputs
(Transistor outputs)
24 VAC/DC
+
+
1
B
1
A
100 to 240 VAC
100 to 240 VAC
−
24 VAC/DC
+
!
−
Input power supply
depends on model.
100 to 240 VAC or 24
VAC/DC (no polarity)
A
B C D E
1
SUB1(B), SUB6(C)
2
SUB2(B), SUB7(C) +
3
4
SUB3(B), SUB8(C)
+
SUB4(B), SUB9(C)
+
SUB5(B), SUB10(C) +
Event inputs
2
3
4
5
6
3
4
5
6
K
(Thermocouple)
(Current) (Voltage)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
B(+)
RS-485
A(−)
+
−
OUT2
OUT1
4
5
6
F
4
5
6
O
C
+
I
DE
1
EV6(E), EV10(D)
Relay output
250 VAC 1 A
Open
5
6
3
J K
−
4
EV5(E), EV9(D)
W
Closed
3
2
Potentiometer
3
2
EV4(E), EV8(D)
1
2
BC
1
EV3(E), EV7(D)
COM
F G H I
1
2
+
1
5
6
1
2
OUT4
+
Voltage output 12 V
3
40 mA
−
4
OUT3
Voltage output 12 V +
5
40 mA or
−
Current output
6
4 to 20 mA DC,
G
500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
−
COM
Preparations
E5AR-TPR4DF
1
2
3
4
−
−
+
+
V
PT
TC
5
6
K
(Thermocouple)
(Current) (Voltage)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
Note: With the E5AR-T, the power supply voltage must be 100 to 120 V for UL compliance. With
the E5AR-T, the power supply voltage must be 100 to 240 V for CE marking compliance.
2-7
Section 2 Preparations
● E5ER-T
COM
SUB2
5
6
1
SUB3
SUB4
Event inputs
EV1
2
OUT2
Current output
+
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max. −
(Switched by output
+
type setting.)
OUT1
−
Current output
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
EV2
3
4
COM
+
−
−
5
6
+
C D E
TC
+
V
PT
I
(Thermocouple)
(Voltage) (Current)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
SUB2
5
6
1
SUB3
SUB4
Event input
EV1
2
EV2
3
4
COM
5
6
C D E
TC
PT
I
V
(Thermocouple)
(Voltage) (Current)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
3
4
SUB2
5
6
1
SUB3
−
!
Input power supply
depends on model.
100 to 240 VAC or 24
VAC/DC (no polarity)
COM
SUB4
Event input
EV1
2
EV2
3
4
COM
−
−
+
+
1
OUT4
2
Current output
+
3
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max. −
4
(Switched by output
+
type setting.)
5
OUT3
−
6
Current output
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
D
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
TC
+
C D E
−
5
6
PT
V
I
(Thermocouple)
(Voltage) (Current)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
A
100 to 240 VAC
B(+) +
RS-485
OUT2
A(−) −
Voltage output 12 V
+
40 mA
OUT1
−
Voltage output 12 V
40 mA or
+
Current output
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max. −
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
B
1
Event inputs
2
EV3
3
4
EV4
EV5
EV6
5
6
1
COM
2
3
4
TC
5
6
C D E
Auxiliary outputs
(Transistor outputs)
PT
+
SUB1
+
1
TC
V
I
Input 2
Input 1
+
2
24 VAC/DC
−
COM
−
1
−
Auxiliary outputs
(Relay outputs)
+
B
+
A
−
+
+
B(+)
RS-485
OUT2
A(−) −
Voltage output 12 V
+
40 mA
OUT1
−
Voltage output 12 V
40 mA or
+
Current output
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max. −
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
COM
+
−
−
Input power supply
depends on model.
100 to 240 VAC or 24
VAC/DC (no polarity)
3
4
−
!
SUB1
+
100 to 240 VAC
COM
2
E5ER-TQT3DW-FLK (2-loop Controller)
+
24 VAC/DC
+
1
−
E5ER-TQC43B-FLK
−
+
OUT2
Voltage output 12 V
−
40 mA
OUT1
+
Voltage output 12 V
40 mA or
−
Current output
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
!
Input power supply
depends on model.
100 to 240 VAC or 24
VAC/DC (no polarity)
−
Preparations
3
4
−
Auxiliary outputs
(Relay outputs)
+
SUB1
B
+
COM
2
A
100 to 240 VAC
−
+
Input power supply
depends on model.
100 to 240 VAC or 24
VAC/DC (no polarity)
1
+
−
!
24 VAC/DC
+
−
−
B
A
100 to 240 VAC
+
+
−
24 VAC/DC
E5ER-TC4B
Auxiliary outputs
(Relay outputs)
−
E5ER-TQ4B
PT
V
I
(Thermocouple)
(Voltage) (Current)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
2
+
SUB1
−
SUB2
−
+
3
4
5
6
D
Note: With the E5AR-T, the power supply voltage must be 100 to 120 V for UL compliance. With
the E5AR-T, the power supply voltage must be 100 to 240 V for CE marking compliance.
2-8
2.2 Using the Terminals
COM
TC
V
−
+
TC
PT
V
2
Input 2
OUT2
Input 1
+
C D E
I
−
5
6
PT
−
3
4
+
2
1
I
OUT1
3
EV3
3
4
EV4
5
6
1
EV6
O Potentiometer
2
W
3
4
C
Open
5
6
C D E
Auxiliary outputs
(Transistor outputs)
1
+
+
3
−
SUB1
4
+
−
+
5
6
D
−
TC
PT
V
I
(Thermocouple)
(Voltage) (Current)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
1
2
2
SUB2
COM
(Thermocouple)
(Voltage) (Current)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
Auxiliary outputs
(Transistor outputs)
SUB1
EV5
Closed
Relay output
250 VAC 1 A
4
5
6
C
Event inputs
2
+
EV5
B
Preparations
Input power supply
depends on model.
100 to 240 VAC or 24
VAC/DC (no polarity)
A
1
+
!
−
EV6
−
100 to 240 VAC
−
5
6
1
+
−
EV4
+
OUT2
−
Current output
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max. +
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
−
(Switched by output
type setting.)
+
OUT1
Current output
−
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
(Switched by output type setting.)
3
4
−
+
EV3
+
B(+)
RS-485
A(−)
2
−
+
Input power supply
depends on model.
100 to 240 VAC or 24
VAC/DC (no polarity)
24 VAC/DC
Event inputs
−
−
B
1
+
−
!
+
A
100 to 240 VAC
−
24 VAC/DC
+
E5ER-TPRTDF
+
E5ER-TCT3DW-FLK (2-loop Controller)
SUB2
−
3
4
5
6
D
E5ER-TPRQ43F-FLK
4
5
6
C
SUB2
5
6
1
SUB3
COM
SUB4
Potentiometer
O
2
W
Closed
3
4
C
Open
5
6
C D E
1
TC
+
3
Relay output
250 VAC 1 A
SUB1
3
4
−
2
COM
2
+
OUT1
−
1
Auxiliary outputs
(Relay outputs)
−
+
OUT2
+
B
1
−
−
!
−
Input power supply
depends on model.
100 to 240 VAC or 24
VAC/DC (no polarity)
B(+)
RS-485
A(−)
A
100 to 240 VAC
+
24 VAC/DC
+
PT
V
I
(Thermocouple)
(Voltage) (Current)
(Platinum resistance thermometer)
2
OUT4
+
Voltage output 12 V
3
40 mA
−
OUT3
4
Voltage output 12 V
+
5
40 mA or
−
Current output
6
4 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max.
0 to 20 mA DC, 500 Ω max. D
(Switched by output type setting.)
Note: With the E5AR-T, the power supply voltage must be 100 to 120 V for UL compliance. With
the E5AR-T, the power supply voltage must be 100 to 240 V for CE marking compliance.
■ Precautions when Wiring
5.8 mm max.
• To avoid the effects of noise, wire the signal wires and the power line
separately.
• Use crimp terminals to connect to the terminals.
5.8 mm max.
• Tighten screws to a torque of 0.40 to 0.56 N•m.
• Use M3 crimp terminals with one of the shapes shown at the left.
2-9
Section 2 Preparations
■ Wiring
B
C
D
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
F
G
H
I
J
K
E5ER-T
A
B
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
Input voltage
22 VA
17 VA
15 VA
10 W
11 VA
7W
100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
100 to 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz (for UL certification)
100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz (for CE marking)
24 VAC, 50/60 Hz
24 VDC (no polarity)
E
I
J
K
4
IN1
IN2
1
IN3
4
IN4
1
5
2
5
2
6
3
6
3
K
K
J
J
TC
Pt
V
Thermocouple Resistance
Voltage
thermometer
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
IN2 2
3
4
IN1 5
6
D
E
I
Current
E5ER-T
4
IN1
IN2
1
5
2
6
3
E
E
A
B
B
+
B
−
A
B
B
E5ER-T
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
A
TC
Pt
Thermocouple Resistance
thermometer
+
H
E5AR-T
−
G
• For a Controller with more than one input, connect inputs 2 to 4 (IN2
to IN4) in the same way according to the number of input points.
−
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
IN4 IN2 2
3
4
IN3 IN1 5
6
+
E
+
D
+
C
−
B
−
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
• For input 1 (IN1), connect terminals K4 to K6 on the E5AR-T, or E4
to E6 on the E5ER-T according to the input type, as shown below.
−
E5AR-T
2-10
E5ER-T
+
D
● Inputs (Terminals)
C
E5AR-T
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
C
F
+
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
−
E5AR-T
• Connect terminals A1 and A2 as follows:
The input power supply depends on the
A
model.
1
100 to 240 VAC or 24 VAC/VDC (no
2
polarity)
−
● Power Supply
(Terminals)
+
Preparations
The area inside the lines around terminal numbers in the diagram
represents the interior of the Controller, and the area outside the lines
represent the exterior.
V
Voltage
I
Current
To prevent the appearance of error displays due to unused inputs, set
the Number of Enabled Channels parameter.
2.2 Using the Terminals
● Control/Transfer
Outputs
(Terminals)
• On the E5AR-T, control output 1 (OUT1) outputs to terminals F5 and
F6, and control output 2 (OUT2) outputs to terminals F3 and F4.
• On the E5ER-T, control output 1 (OUT1) outputs to terminals C5 and
C6, and control output 2 (OUT2) outputs to terminals C3 and C4.
E5AR-T
B
C
D
E
F
G
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
H
I
J
• On a Controller with more than one input, output takes place from
control output 3 (OUT3) and control output 4 (OUT4).
E5AR-T
+V
+V
OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4
6
A
B
C
D
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
+
5
K
E5ER-T
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
OUT2 OUT4
4
5
OUT1 OUT3
6
Linear current output
Voltage output (for driving SSR)
GND
F
−
3
4
F
+
−
5
6
G
+
−
3
4
G
OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4
−
+
+
+
5
L
+
3
5
+
+
3
L
6
−
F
GND
−
4
F
−
6
G
−
4
G
−
E5ER-T
Voltage output (for driving SSR)
Linear current output
+V
+V
OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4
5
6
E
GND
C
+
−
3
4
C
+
−
5
6
D
+
−
3
4
D
OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4
−
+
+
5
L
+
3
+
5
+
+
3
L
6
−
GND
C
−
4
C
−
6
D
−
4
D
−
• If terminals 5 and 6 are used for a voltage output (for driving SSR),
approximately 2 V are output when the power is turned ON (load
resistance: 10 kΩ max. for 10 ms).
• If a linear current output is used, approximately 2 mA are output for
1 second when the power is turned ON.
• Control outputs that are not used for control can be used for transfer
outputs by setting the Control/Transfer Output Assignment parameters.
• Specifications for each output type are as follows:
Output type
Specifications
Voltage Output
(for driving SSR)
Output voltage: 12 VDC+15%, –20%(PNP)
Max. load current: 40 mA*, with short-circuit protection circuit
0 to 20 mA DC (resolution: approx. 54,000)
4 to 20 mA DC (resolution: approx. 43,000)
Load: 500 Ω max.
Linear Current
Output
* The value for the [email protected]@@[email protected]@@ is 21 mA max.
2-11
Preparations
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
OUT2 OUT4
4
5 OUT1 OUT3
6
Section 2 Preparations
• A Position-proportional Control Model has relay outputs (250 VAC, 1
A). Control output 1 (OUT1) is an open output and control output 2
(OUT2) is a closed output.
E5ER-T
Preparations
E5AR-T
3
4
5
6
OUT2
(Closing output)
3
OUT1
(Opening output)
5
OUT2
(Closing output)
4
OUT1
(Opening output)
6
F
C
• Relay output specifications are as follows:
250 VAC, 1 A (including inrush current)
● Auxiliary Outputs
(Terminals)
[email protected]@@
A
B
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
C
D
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
COM
SUB2
COM
SUB3
SUB4
F
G
[email protected]@@
E
SUB1
H
I
J
K
B
C
D
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
COM
COM
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
SUB1 SUB6
SUB2
SUB7
SUB3 SUB8
SUB4 SUB9
SUB5 SUB10
F
G
H
I
J
K
B
1
2
SUB1
3
4
5
SUB3
• On the [email protected]@@, auxiliary outputs 1 to 5 (SUB1 to SUB5)
output to terminals B1 to B6, and auxiliary outputs 6 to 10 (SUB6 to
SUB10) output to terminals C1 to C6.
[email protected]@@
SUB1
SUB2
C
2-12
B
COM
SUB1
SUB2
COM
SUB3
SUB4
D
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
C
B
1
1
2
4
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
SUB4
6
3
E5ER-T
SUB2
• Relay output specifications are as follows:
250 VAC, 1 A (including inrush current)
[email protected]@@
A
• On the [email protected]@@, auxiliary outputs 1 to 4 (SUB1 to SUB4)
output to terminals B1 to B6.
5
6
SUB1
2
SUB2
SUB6
3
SUB3
4
SUB4
SUB5
5
6
• Transistor output specifications are as follows:
Maximum load voltage: 30 VDC
Maximum load current: 50 mA
Residual voltage: 1.5 V max.
Leakage current: 0.4 mA max.
SUB7
SUB8
SUB9
SUB10
2.2 Using the Terminals
• On the [email protected]@@, auxiliary outputs 1 to 4 (SUB1 to SUB4)
output to terminals B1 to B6.
[email protected]@@
1
2
SUB1
Preparations
B
SUB2
3
4
5
SUB3
SUB4
6
• Relay output specifications are as follows:
250 VAC 1 A
• On the [email protected]@@ auxiliary outputs 1 and 2 (SUB1 and SUB2)
output to terminals D3 to D6.
[email protected]@@
3
4
5
6
SUB1
SUB2
D
• Transistor output specifications are as follows:
Maximum load voltage: 30 VDC
Maximum load current: 50 mA
Residual voltage: 1.5 V max.
Leakage current: 0.4 mA max.
2-13
Section 2 Preparations
● Potentiometer
Inputs (Terminals)
E5AR-T
A
B
C
D
Preparations
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
PMTR 2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
F
G
H
I
J
K
E5ER-T
A
B
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
PMTR 2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
C
D
E5AR-T
B
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
F
G
H
I
E5ER-T
A
B
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
EV3
EV4
EV5
EV6
COM
EV1
EV2
COM
C
2-14
D
E5AR-T
E5ER-T
1
O
1
O
2
W
2
W
3
C
3
C
K
E
• For information on the potentiometer, refer to the manual for the
valve you are connecting. Terminal numbers are as follows:
O: Open, W: Wipe, C: Close
The input range is 100 Ω to 2.5 kΩ (between C and O).
E
● Event Inputs
(Terminals)
A
• To use a Position-proportional Control Model to monitor the amount
of valve opening or perform closed control, connect a potentiometer
(PMTR) as shown in the following diagram.
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
D
E
EV7
EV8
EV9
EV10
COM
EV3
EV4
EV5
EV6
COM
EV1
EV2
COM
J
K
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
• To use event inputs on the E5AR-T, connect event inputs 1 and 2
(EV1 and EV2) to terminals K1 to K3, event inputs 3 to 6 (EV3 to
EV6) to terminals numbers E2 to E6 event inputs 7 to 10 (EV7 to
EV10) to terminals numbers D2 to D6. The number of event inputs
depends on the model.
• To use event inputs on the E5ER-T, connect event inputs 1 and 2
(EV1 and EV2) to terminals E1 to E3 and event inputs 3 to 6 (EV3 to
EV6) to terminals numbers B2 to B6. The number of event input
points depends on the model.
2.2 Using the Terminals
Preparations
• The number of input points for each model is as follows:
[email protected]@@B, [email protected]@@B: 2 points, EV1 and EV2
[email protected]@[email protected], [email protected]@D: 4 points, EV3 to EV6
[email protected]@[email protected]: 8 points, EV3 to EV10
[email protected]@MB: 10 points, EV1 to EV10
E5AR-T
1
EV1 +
EV1
2
EV2 +
EV2
3
−
Using contact
input
Using non-contact
input
E
1
2
EV3 +
3
EV4
4
EV5
5
EV6
EV3
EV4
EV5
EV6
K
6
−
Using contact
input
Using non-contact
input
D
1
2
EV7 +
3
EV8
4
EV9
5
EV10
EV7
EV8
EV9
EV10
6
−
E5ER-T
1
EV1 +
EV1
2
EV2 +
EV2
3
Using contact
input
−
Using non-contact
input
B
1
2
EV3 +
3
EV4
4
EV5
5
EV6
EV3
EV4
EV5
EV6
E
6
−
Using contact
input
Using non-contact
input
• The input ratings of each input are as follows:
Contact
ON: 1 kΩ max., OFF: 100 kΩ or higher
Non-contact
ON: residual voltage of 1.5 V max.,
OFF: leakage current of 0.1 mA max.
Circuit Diagram
12 V
4.7 kΩ
3.9 kΩ
COM
2-15
Section 2 Preparations
● Communications
(Terminals)
• To communicate with a host system, connect the communications
line between terminals F1 and F2 on the E5AR-T, or between C1
and C2 on the E5ER-T.
E5AR-T
Preparations
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
B
C
D
E
RS485
F
E5AR-T
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
G
H
I
J
A
C
A(−)
RS-485
1
B(+)
2
A(−)
RS-485
C
• The maximum total cable length is 500 m.
• Use a shielded twisted-pair cable (AWG28 min.).
K
Cable Reference Diagram
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
D
2
• The connection type is 1:1 or 1:N. With a 1:N installation, up to 32
Controllers, including the host computer, can be connected.
B
RS485
B(+)
F
E5ER-T
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
E5ER-T
1
AWG28 min., conductor
cross-sectional area
0.081 mm2 min.
• Use a resistance of 100 to 125 Ω (1/2 W) for the terminators. Install
terminators at both ends of the transmission path, including the host
computer.
E
• To connect to an RS-232C port on a computer, use an RS-232C-485
converter.
Example converter: K3SC RS-232C/RS-485 Interface Converter
K32-23209
Adapter
RS-232C
K3SC-10
RS-232C/RS-485
Converter
+ −
D-sub, 9-pin
(straight)
Terminator
F1 (B)
F2 (A)
E5AR-T
(No. 0)
2-16
F1 (B)
F2 (A)
E5AR-T
(No. 1)
F1 (B)
F2 (A)
E5AR-T
(No. 31)
Terminator
100 to 125 Ω
(1/2 W)
2.2 Using the Terminals
As shown in the following diagram, the function blocks of the E5AR-T/
ER-T are electrically insulated.
Functional insulation is provided between all of the following: <Inputs>,
<event inputs/voltage outputs/current outputs>, and <communications>.
Basic insulation is provided between all of the following: <Inputs/event
inputs/voltage outputs/current outputs/communications>, <relay
outputs>, and <transistor outputs>.
If reinforced insulation is required, input, event input, voltage output,
current output, and communications terminals must be connected to a
device that have no exposed charged parts and whose basic insulation
is suitable for the applicable maximum voltage of connected devices.
Input 1/potentiometer input
Input 2
Input 3
Input 4
Power supply
Event inputs, voltage outputs,
current outputs
Communications
1) 100 to 120 VAC
24 VAC/DC
reinforced insulation
2) 120 to 240 VAC
basic insulation
Relay outputs
Basic insulation
Transistor outputs
Functional insulation
2-17
Preparations
Insulation Blocks
Preparations
Section 2 Preparations
2-18
3.1
3.2
Standard Control ............................................................... 3-2
Coordinated Electric Oven Operation ................................ 3-7
3-1
Typical Control
Examples
Section 3 Typical Control
Examples
Section 3 Typical Control Examples
3.1 Standard Control
This section introduces an example of program control of an electric oven as a basic control example.
■ Application
Typical Control
Examples
● Connection
Configuration
The following connections are used to control an electric oven using
the E5AR-T. Here, the E5AR-TQ4B is used.
IN1
SUB1 SUB2 SUB3 SUB4 WAIT
8.8.8.8.8
8.8.8.8
CMW
OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 RST
PF1
Sensor
PV
SV
PRG.
SEG
RSP HOLD
PF2
RUN/RST
E5 AR
G3PB
SSR
Heater
● Programmed
Operation Example
OUT1
FSP
8CH8.8.8.8.8
1400
Temperature (˚C)
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
1h
1.5 h
1h
1h
2h
1h
Time (h)
3-2
3.1 Standard Control
■ Wiring
A type-R thermocouple is connected to the IN1 terminal, and an SSR
is connected to the OUT1 terminal. The wiring for the E5AR-TQ4B is
shown in the following diagram.
E5AR-T
A
B
C
D
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5 OUT1
6
Sensor
Heater
F
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
IN1 5
6
G
H
I
J
K
G3PB
SSR
■ Settings
Set the parameters as follows:
Parameter
Input 1 type switch
Input 1 Input Type
Output 1 Type
Control Mode
Direct/Reverse Operation
PV Start
End Condition
Control Period (Heating)
Setting
TC. PT (default )
11 (R 0.0 to 1700.0°C)
0 (Voltage Output (for driving SSR)
(default))
0 (Standard Control (default))
or-r (Reverse Operation (default))
sp (SP Start (default))
cont (Continue (default))
2.0
● Setting Procedure
Input 1 Input Type Switch
TC.PT
1. Before turning ON the power, be sure that the input 1 type switch is set to
TC. PT.
IN1
TYPE
ANALOG
Input Initial Setting Level
i1-t
2
l.0
Input 1
Input Type
U
11
2. Turn ON the power and then hold down the L Key for at least 3 seconds to
move from the Operation Level to the Input Initial Setting Level. i1-t
(Input 1 Input Type) will be displayed. Press the U Key to select the setting
11 (R 0.0 to 1700.0°C).
3-3
Typical Control
Examples
100 to 240 V AC
Section 3 Typical Control Examples
Control Initial Setting Level
1
o1-t Output
Type
0
l.1
mode
Control Mode
3. Press the L Key for less than 1 second to move from the Input Initial
Setting Level to the Control Initial Setting Level. o1-t (Output 1 Type) will
be displayed. Make sure that the set value is 0 (Voltage Output (for driving
SSR)).
4. Press the M Key repeatedly to select mode (Control Mode). Make sure
that the setting is 0 (Standard Control).
Typical Control
Examples
0
l.1
Direct/Reverse
5. Press the M Key to select orev (Direct/Reverse Operation). Make sure
that the setting is or-r (Reverse Operation).
pust
PV Start
6. Press the M Key repeatedly to select pvst (PV Start). Make sure that the
setting is sp (SP Start).
amoV
Move to Advanced
Function Setting
Level
oreV Operation
or-r
l.1
sp
l.1
0 -169
l.0
7. Press the L Key for less than 1 second to move from the Control Initial
Setting Level to the Input Initial Setting Level and then press the M Key
repeated to select anov (Move to Advanced Function Setting Level). Press
the D Key and set the password to -169 to move to Advanced Function
Setting Level.
8. Press the L Key or less than 1 second to move from the Advanced
Function Setting Level to the Expansion Control Setting Level.
Expansion control setting level
p-on
cont
l.exc
eset
rst
l.exc
End Condition
9. Press the M Key to select eset (End Condition). Press the U Key to
select the setting cont (Continue).
cont
10. Press the L Key twice for at least 1 second to return to the Operation
Level, and then press the L Key for less than 1 second to move from the
Operation Level to the Adjustment Level.
Adjustment level
at
off
l.adj
cp
20.0
l.adj
3-4
Control Period
(Heating)
D
2.0
11. Press the M Key repeatedly to select cp (Control Period (Heating)), and
then press the D Key to select 2.0.
3.1 Standard Control
■ Program Settings
Temperature (°C)
The following program is used in this example.
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
Typical Control
Examples
200
SP Start
0
1h
1.5 h
1h
1h
2h
1h
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
Segment 5
Segment 6
End Condition:
Continue
● Setting Procedure
1. Press the L Key for less than 1 second to move to the Program Setting
Level. prg.n (Program Editing) will be displayed. Set the program number
to 1.
Program Setting Level
prg.n
1
01.00
s-no
Number of
Segments Used
seg.n
Segment Editing
8
01.00
2. Press the M Key to select 5-no (Number of Segments Used). Press the
D Key to select 6 segments.
6
3. Press the M Key to select seg.n (Segment Editing). Change from end to
1.
end
01.00
sp
200.0
01.01
Segment
Set Point
time
Segment Time
wait
Wait
4. Press the M Key to select sp (Segment Set Point). Press the U Key to set
the set point to 200.0.
5. Press the M Key to select tine (Segment Time). Press the U Key to set
the time to 1.00.
1.00
01.01
6. Press the M Key to select wait (Wait). Make sure the setting is off.
off
01.01
3-5
Section 3 Typical Control Examples
seg.n
Segment Editing
7. Press the M Key to return to seg.n (Segment Editing). The segment
number will automatically change to 2.
2
01.02
sp
Typical Control
Examples
800.0
01.02
Segment
Set Point
time
Segment Time
wait
Wait
8. Press the M Key to select sp (Segment Set Point). Press the U Key to set
the set point to 800.0.
9. Press the M Key to select tine (Segment Time). Press the U Key to set
the time to 1.30.
1.30
01.02
10. Press the M Key to select wait (Wait). Make sure the setting is off.
off
01.02
seg.n
Segment Editing
11. Press the M Key to return to seg.n (Segment Editing). The segment
number will automatically change to 3.
3
01.03
Note: Continue repeating the above procedure to set segments 3 to 6.
When finished, press the L Key for less than 1 second to move
to the Operation Level.
■ Adjustment
To adjust the PID constants, execute autotuning.
For more information, see 4.10 Determining the PID Constants
(AT or Manual Settings) (P. 4-33).
3-6
3.2 Coordinated Electric Oven Operation
3.2 Coordinated Electric Oven Operation
With Models with Four Input Channels, coordinated operation can be performed based on channel 1.
Operation is programmed using the same program for all channels. Offsets can be set for channels 2 to 4.
Traditionally, three programmable temperature Controllers were
required to control electric ovens in three zones. With the E5AR-T/ERT, however, only one Controller is required for coordinated operation as
long as the same program is used. Here, the E5AR-TCCE3MWW-FLK
is used.
Channel 1 Program
Broken-line program
SP
Time
SUB1 SUB2 SUB3 SUB4 WAIT
IN1
8.8.8.8.8
8.8.8.8
IN2
CMW
IN3
FSP
8CH8.8.8.8.8
OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 RST
PF1
RSP
PV
SV
PRG.
SEG
HOLD
PF2
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
RUN/RST
E5 AR
Power Controller
Power Controller
Power Controller
■ Wiring
E5AR-T
Sensor
100 to 240 V AC
Heater
G3PX
Power Controller
4 to 20 mA
Sensor
Heater
G3PX
Power Controller
4 to 20 mA
Sensor
Heater
AB
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
OUT2
4
5
OUT1OUT
6
FG
D
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
IN2 2
3
4
IN3 IN1 5
6
H
I
J
K
G3PX
Power Controller
4 to 20 mA
3-7
Typical Control
Examples
■ Application
Section 3 Typical Control Examples
■ Settings
Inputs 1, 2 and 3 are set for type-K thermocouples. The settings for
input 1 are shown below. The same settings are used for inputs 2 and
3.
Typical Control
Examples
Type
Setting
Input 1 type switch
TC. PT (factory setting)
(Same for inputs 2 and 3.)
Input 1 Input Type parameter
2: K, −200.0 to 1300°C (default)
(Same for inputs 2 and 3.)
Number of Enabled Channels parameter 3
● Setting Procedure
1. Hold down the L Key for at least 3 seconds to move from the Operation
Level to the Input Initial Setting Level. i1-t (Input 1 Input Type) will be
displayed. Press the U Key to select the setting 2 (K −200.0 to 1300.0°C)
Input initial Setting Level
i1-t
2
l.0
amoV
Move to Advanced
Function Setting Level
0 -169
l.0
ch-n
4
l.adf
Number of
Enabled Channels
3
2. Press the M Key repeated to select amov (Move to Advanced Function
Setting Level). Press the D Key and set the password to -169 to move to
Advanced Function Setting Level.
3. Press the M Key repeated to select ch-n (Number of enabled channels).
Press the D Key to set the number of enabled channels to 3. This will
disable channel 4.
4. Press the L Key twice for at least 1 second to return to the Input Initial
Setting Level, and then press the L Key for at least 1 second to return to
the Operation Level.
Input the program for channel 1 according to the setting procedure in
3.1 Standard Control (P. 3-2).
3-8
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
4.12
4.13
4.14
4.15
4.16
Setting Levels and Key Operations.................................... 4-2
Set Values.......................................................................... 4-6
Initial Setting Example ....................................................... 4-7
Setting the Input Type ...................................................... 4-10
Selecting the Temperature Unit ....................................... 4-14
Selecting the Control Mode ............................................. 4-15
Setting Output Parameters .............................................. 4-20
Program Settings ............................................................. 4-23
Performing ON/OFF Control ............................................ 4-31
Determining the PID Constants (AT or Manual Settings) . 4-33
Using Auxiliary Outputs ................................................... 4-37
Starting and Stopping Operation ..................................... 4-41
Manual Operation ............................................................ 4-47
Changing Channels ......................................................... 4-50
Adjusting Programs ......................................................... 4-51
Operating Precautions ..................................................... 4-52
4-1
Settings Required
for Basic Control
Section 4 Settings Required
for Basic Control
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
4.1 Setting Levels and Key Operations
The parameters are grouped into levels and the values that are set for the parameters are called set
values. On the E5AR-T/ER-T, the parameters are grouped into 19 levels as shown below.
When the power is turned ON, all indicators will light for 1 second. The initial level after turning ON the
power is the Operation Level.
Power ON
Settings Required
for Basic Control
Program Setting
Level
Flashes for
L+M
1
L less than
1 second
L less than
1 second
L less than
1 second
L less than
1 second
00
00
L less than
1 second
Monitor Item Level
L+M
L+M
3 seconds 1 second
or longer or longer
L less than
1 second
Approximation
Setting Level
Alarm Set
Setting Level
Adjustment 2
Level
Operation Level
250
L less than
1 second
L less than
1 second
Time Signal
Setting Level
Flashes for L 1 second or longer
250
1
Protect Level
L 1 second or longer
00
00
L 3 seconds or longer
Control Initial
Setting Level
Input Initial
Setting Level
Control Initial
Setting 2 Level
L less than
1 second
L less than
1 second
L less than
1 second
L less than
1 second
Communications
Setting Level
L 1 second
or longer
Adjustment Level
L less than
1 second
Alarm Setting Level
Display
Adjustment Level
L less than
1 second
Password input Set value: -169
L less than
1 second
Advanced Function
Setting Level
Expansion Control
Setting Level
L less than
1 second
Password input Set value: 1201
Calibration Level
Reset from Calibration Level when
power is turned OFF.
4-2
Control in progress
Control stopped
Control is stopped for all
channels of models with
more than one input.
L less than
1 second
PID Setting Level
4.1 Setting Levels and Key Operations
Protect Level
Operation Level
Program Setting Level
Adjustment Level
Adjustment 2 Level
Alarm Set Setting Level
PID Setting Level
Time Signal Setting Level
Approximation Setting Level
Monitor Item Level
Input Initial Setting Level
Control Initial Setting Level
Control Initial Setting 2
Level
Alarm Setting Level
Display Adjustment Level
Communications Setting
Level
Advanced Function Setting
Level
Expansion Control Setting
Level
Calibration Level
Description
Settings to prevent accidental key inputs.
Basic displays and settings for operation.
Program and segment settings.
Option settings and control adjustments.
Settings that can be adjusted during processing function control operations.
Settings for each alarm set.
PID constants and limit settings for each PID set.
Settings for time signals.
Broken-line approximation and straight-line approximation settings.
Monitor displays for set values.
Initial settings related to inputs.
Initial settings for output types and control modes.
Initial settings for processing functions.
Alarm type and output settings.
Display adjustment settings.
Communications speed, communications data length,
and other communications settings.
Initialization of settings and PF Key settings.
Operation
During
operation
Settings Required
for Basic Control
Level
When
operation
is stopped
Advanced control settings and position-proportional
control settings.
Calibration by the user.
* To move to the Advanced Function Setting Level, set the Initial Setting Protection parameter in the
Protect Level to 0.
4-3
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
■ Changing Parameters
Within each level, the parameter will change either forward or
backward each time the M Key is pressed. (The parameters will not
change backward in the Calibration Level.) For details, refer to
Section 8 Parameters.
Parameter changes forward
after M key is pressed for less than 1 second.
Parameter changes backward every
second when the M key is held down.
Parameter 1
M
Parameter 2
Settings Required
for Basic Control
Parameter 2
After holding down
M key for 2 seconds
M
Parameter 3
Parameter 3
Hold down the M key.
After holding down
M key for 1 second
After pressing
M key
Parameter 4
■ Saving Parameter Settings
• The first parameter will be displayed if the M Key is pressed when
the last parameter is being displayed.
• To change a setting, use the U and D Keys to change the setting
and then either wait for 2 seconds or press the M Key to save the
change.
• A change to a parameter setting is also saved when the level is
changed.
• Before turning OFF the power supply, always be sure that any
changes to parameter settings are confirmed (e.g., by pressing the
M Key). Any changes made with the U and D Keys that have not
been saved will be lost when the power supply is turned OFF.
4-4
4.1 Setting Levels and Key Operations
Control is stopped in following levels: Input Initial Settings, Control
Initial Setting, Control Initial Settings 2, Alarm Settings, Display
Adjustment, Communications Settings, Advanced Function Settings,
Expansion Control Settings and Calibration. Control will stop on all
channels as soon as you move to any of these levels.
Display No. 3 shows the current level. The characters and the corresponding levels are as follows:
lprt
l.prt
Not lit *1
Not lit *1
l.adj
l.ad2
l.alm
l.pid
Not lit *2
l.tec
l.mon
l.0
l.1
l.2
l.3
l.4
l.5
l.adf
l.exc
l.cal
Level
Protect Level
Operation Level
Program Setting Level
Adjustment Level
Adjustment 2 Level
Alarm Set Setting Level
PID Setting Level
Time Signal Setting Level
Approximation Setting Level
Monitor Item Level
Input Initial Setting Level
Control Initial Setting Level
Control Initial Setting 2 Level
Alarm Setting Level
Display Adjustment Level
Communications Setting Level
Advanced Function Setting Level
Expansion Control Setting Level
Calibration Level
Settings Required
for Basic Control
Display
No. 3
*1 The program number and segment number are displayed.
*2 The program number and ts are displayed.
4-5
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
4.2 Set Values
The value selected for each parameter is called the set value. There are two types of set values: numbers
and characters. Set values are displayed and changed as follows:
Changing a Numeric Set Value
1
25.0
Settings Required
for Basic Control
1300.0
01.01
1
25.0
-200.0
01.01
1
25.0
250.0
01.01
4-6
1. Press the U Key continuously to increase the set value.
When the upper limit of the setting is reached, the set value will flash and
cannot be increased any further.
2. Press the D Key continuously to decrease the set value.
When the lower limit of the setting is reached, the set value will flash and
cannot be decreased any further.
3. Follow steps 1 and 2 to change the set value to the desired value.
The setting is saved 2 seconds after it is changed, or when a key other
than the U or D Key is pressed.
When setting the Manual MV parameter, the set value is output every
50 ms. The set value is saved as described above.
4.3 Initial Setting Example
4.3 Initial Setting Example
This section describes how to make the initial settings for the sensor input type, alarm type, control period,
and other parameters. Use the L Key and M Key to move through the displays. The parameter that is
displayed next depends on how long the key is held down.
● Interpreting the Example
Changing the Parameter
o1-t
sl-h
4100.0
l.1
M
M
sl-l
0.0
l.1
M The dotted line arrow shown on the left indicates
that more parameters follow.
Press the mode key several times to switch to
the desired parameter.
Changing numeric values
25
M
mode
4100.0
01.01
mode
0
l.1
Settings Required
for Basic Control
0
l.1
The numeric value or
selection can be changed
with the U and D keys.
0
l.1
● Typical Example
Control object
E5AR-TQ4B
Input type:
0 = Pt100 (−200.0 to 850.0°C)
Control mode:
PID control
Control output:
Voltage output (for driving
SSR)
Alarm 1 type:
8 = Absolute-value upper-limit
Alarm value 1:
200.0°C
PID:
Obtained by auto-tuning (AT)
SP:
According to program
Temperature sensor:
Pt100
SSR
COM
SUB1
SUB2
OUT1
Alarm 1
IN1
Voltage output (for driving SSR): 12 V DC
SP
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
(°C)
Program 1
0.0
Time (hours:minutes)
4-7
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
Power ON
1. Power ON
Operation Level
25.0 Present Value (PV)/SP
0. 0
01.01 Program No. or Segment No.
Hold down for at least 3 seconds.
Display No. 3 will show l.0 (Input Initial Setting Level).
M
Control stops
Input Initial Setting Level
Input type is
displayed
i1-t
Input 1 Type
l.0
2 2: K(1) −200.0 to 1300.0°C
l.0
UD
Settings Required
for Basic Control
Input Initial Level
2. Input specification
setting
Change the input
type with the U
and D keys.
i1-t
l.0
Input 1 Type
0
l.0 2→0: Pt100(1) −200.0 to 850.0°C
1. Refer to input type
list
(P. 4-10).
M Press less than 1 second.
Display No. 3 will show l.1 (Control Initial Setting Level).
Control Initial Setting Level
Check the output
type.
3. Control mode setting
o1-t
l.1
Output 1 Type
0 0: Voltage Output
l .1
(for driving SSR)
∗ Dotted arrow
indicates that the key
is pressed several
times to switch to
desired parameter.
M
Check the control
mode.
2. Refer to output
type list
(P. 4-21).
mode Control Mode
0 0: Standard control
l .1
M Press twice less than 1 second.
Display No. 3 will show l.3 (Alarm Setting Level).
Alarm Setting Level
4. Alarm type setting
Change the alarm
type with the U
and D keys.
alt1 Alarm 1 Type
8 2→8: Absolute-Value
l.3
Upper-Limit Alarm
M
4-8
l.3
3. Refer to alarm
type list
(P. 4-38).
Press for at least 1 second to return to Operation Level.
4.3 Initial Setting Example
Control begins
Operation Level
25.0 Present Value (PV)/SP
0.0
01.01 Program No., Segment No.
M
Less than 1 second
Program Setting Level
Make sure that
program 1 is being
edited.
prg.n Program Editing
Set the number of
segments used with
the U and D keys.
s-no
Set segment editing
with the U and D
keys.
Set the segment
set point with
the U and D keys.
Set the segment
time with the
U and D keys.
1 1: Program 1
01.00
M
Number of Segments Used
4 8→4: 4
01.01
M
seg.n Segment Editing
1 end→1: Segment 1
01.01
Set segments
2, 3, and 4
M
in the same
sp Segment
0.0 Set Point
way.
01.01
M
time Segment Time
0.00
01.01
M
M
Less than 1 second
Adjustment Level
spmd SP Mode
6. Change
control
period
Settings Required
for Basic Control
5. Program
l.adj
psp
l.adj
M
Set the control
period with the
U and D keys.
∗ Dotted arrows
indicate that the
key is pressed
several times to
switch to desired
parameter.
cp Control Period (Heating)
0.5 20.0→ 0.5: 0.5 s
l.adj
M
Less than 1 second
Alarm Set Setting Level
Make sure alarm
set 1 is displayed.
7. Set alarm 1
l.alm
1 Display Alarm Set Selection
:
Alarm
set
1
l.alm 1
d.alm
M
Set the alarm
value 1 with the
U and D keys
1.al-1
Alarm Set 1, Alarm Value 1
200.0 0.0→200.0: 200.0°C
l.alm
PF1
8. Trial operation
L
RUN/RST
At least 1 second to start operation.
M
Less than 1 second
Adjustment Level
9. Auto-tune
Set auto-tuning
with the
U and D keys.
at AT Execute/Cancel
off off→ 0: AT execute
l.adj
M
l.adj
Refer to AT
(Auto Tuning)
(P. 4-33)
Note: Execute AT
at most important
SP to control
AT Execution
at
Less than 1 second
Operation Level
25.0
0.0 Present Value (PV)/SP
01.01 Program No. or Segment No.
1
l.adj
AT Completed
at
off
l.adj
10. Operation starts
Operation starts
4-9
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
4.4 Setting the Input Type
Set the input type switch and the Input Type parameter according to the sensor to be used. Check the
table below and set the correct value for the sensor temperature range to be used.
When using a Controller with more than one input, also set input type switches 2 to 4 and the Input 2 to 4
Type parameters according to the number of input points.
■ Input Type
Settings Required
for Basic Control
Setting Input 1 to a Platinum Resistance Thermometer Pt100,
−150.0 to 150.0°C (−199.99 to 300.00°F)
Input type SW
TC.PT
1. Make sure that the input 1 type switch is set to TC.PT and then turn ON the
power.
IN1
TYPE
ANALOG
i1-t
2
l.0
i1-t
1
l.0
2. Hold down the L Key for at least 3 seconds to move from the Operation
Level to the Input Initial Setting Level. The display will show i1-t (Input 1
Type).
3. Press the D Key to enter the set value for the desired sensor.
When using a Pt100 platinum resistance thermometer (−150.00 to
150.00°C (−199.99 to 300.00°F)), set the value to 1.
● Input Types
4-10
Set value
Input type
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Pt100 (1)
Pt100 (2)
K (1)
K (2)
J (1)
J (2)
T
E
L
U
N
R
S
B
W
Setting range
(°C)
−200.0
−150.00
−200.0
−20.0
−100.0
−20.0
−200.0
0.0
−100.0
−200.0
−200.0
0.0
0.0
100.0
0.0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
850.0
150.00
1300.0
500.0
850.0
400.0
400.0
600.0
850.0
400.0
1300.0
1700.0
1700.0
1800.0
2300.0
(°F)
−300.0
−199.99
−300.0
0.0
−100.0
0.0
−300.0
0.0
−100.0
−300.0
−300.0
0.0
0.0
300.0
0.0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
1500.0
300.00
2300.0
900.0
1500.0
750.0
700.0
1100.0
1500.0
700.0
2300.0
3000.0
3000.0
3200.0
4100.0
Input type
switch
TC.PT
TC.PT
IN1
TYPE
ANALOG
4.4 Setting the Input Type
Set value
Input type
15
16
17
18
4 to 20 mA
0 to 20 mA
1 to 5 V
0 to 5 V
19
0 to 10 V
Setting range
(°C)
(°F)
One of the following ranges is displayed depending
on the scaling.
−19999 to 99999
−1999.9 to 9999.9
−199.99 to 999.99
−19.999 to 99.999
−1.9999 to 9.9999
Input type
switch
ANALOG
TC.PT
IN1
TYPE
ANALOG
Hint
■ Scaling
25.0
When an analog input (voltage or current input) is used,
scaling is possible according to the type of control.
Setting the Display to Show 0.0 for an Input Value of 5 mA and 100.0
for 20 mA When the Input 1 Type Parameter Is Set to 4 to 20 mA.
1. Hold down the L Key for at least 3 seconds to move from the Operation
Level to the Input Initial Setting Level.
0.0
01.01
i1-t
2. Make sure that i1-t (Input 1 Type) is set to 15 (4 to 20 mA).
15
l.0
inp.1
3. Press the M Key repeatedly to select inp.1 (Scaling Input Value 1).
Set the scaling input value to 5 with the U and D Keys.
5
l.0
dsp.1
4. Press the M Key to select dsp.1 (Scaling Display Value 1).
Set the scaling display value to 0 with the U and D Keys.
0
l.0
inp.2
5. Press the M Key to select inp.2 (Scaling Input Value 2).
Set the scaling input value to 20 with the U and D Keys.
20
l.0
dsp.2
6. Press the M Key to select dsp.2 (Scaling Display Value 2).
Set the scaling display value to 1000 with the U and D Keys.
1000
l.0
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Settings Required
for Basic Control
Set the input type switch according to the setting of the Input Type parameter.
The default settings are 2 and TC.PT.
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
7. Press the M Key to select dp (Decimal Point Position).
Set the decimal point position to 1 with the U and D Keys.
dp
1
l.0
8. Hold down the L Key for at least 1 second to return to the Operation
Level.
Scaling can be set separately for each channel. For scaling, inputs 1 to
4 of a Controller with more than one input correspond to channels 1 to
4. Select the channel with the CH Key and then set the scaling.
Scaling Parameters
Settings Required
for Basic Control
Parameter
Attribute
Display
Setting range
Default setting
Scaling Input Value 1
CH
inp.1
See table below.
4
See table
below.
Scaling Display Value 1
CH
dsp.1
−19999 to scaling display value 2 − 1
0
EU
Scaling Input Value 2
CH
inp.2
See table below.
20
See table
below.
Scaling Display Value 2
CH
dsp.2
Scaling display value 1 + 1 to 99999
100
EU
Decimal Point Position
CH
dp
0 to 4
0
Unit
−
Setting Range and Unit for Each Input Type
Input type
Setting range
Unit
4 to 20 mA
4 to 20
mA
0 to 20 mA
0 to 20
mA
1 to 5 V
1 to 5
V
0 to 5 V
0 to 5
V
0 to 10 V
0 to 10
V
The operation of E5AR-T/ER-T control functions and alarms is based on the input value. If a value greater
than inp.2 (Scaling Input Value 2) is set for inp.1 (Scaling Input Value 1), operation will be as follows for
the display value:
• Direct/Reverse Operation
When direct operation is set, the manipulated variable will increase when the display value decreases.
When reverse operation is set, the manipulated variable will increase when the display value increases.
Display value
Larger
Display value
Larger
Important
Smaller
Smaller
Input value
Input value
Smaller
Input value
0%
Larger
Smaller
Larger
Input value
0%
100%
100%
Manipulated variable
Direct Operation
Manipulated variable
Reverse Operation
For information on direct and reverse operation, refer to 4.7 Setting Output Parameters (P. 4-20).
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4.4 Setting the Input Type
• Alarms
The upper-limit alarm and lower-limit alarm will be inverted. Therefore, set an alarm type and alarm
values that invert the upper limit or lower limit of the display value. For example, if an absolute-value
upper limit is set for the alarm type, operation will be as shown in the following figure.
Display value
Input value
ON
Alarm function
OFF
Alarm value
• Input Correction
The sign of the input correction value will be inverted. Therefore, set the Input Correction 1 and Input
Correction 2 parameters to values that invert the sign of the display value. For more information on
input correction, refer to 5.1 Input Adjustment Functions (P. 5-2).
Important
• PID Set Automatic Selection
If the PID Set Automatic Selection Data parameter is set to “PV,” set the PID Set Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit parameter so that the set value decreases for the PID set numbers in ascending
order as shown in the following figure.
PID set automatic selection
range upper limit
PID 1 automatic selection range upper limit
PID 7 automatic selection range upper limit
PID set number
1
2
7
8
If the PID Set Automatic Selection Data parameter is set to “DV,” the DV used when performing autoselect will be inverted.
For more information on the PID Set Automatic Selection parameter, refer to 5.2 Control Functions (P. 58).
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Settings Required
for Basic Control
For information on alarms, refer to 4.11 Using Auxiliary Outputs (P. 4-37).
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
4.5 Selecting the Temperature Unit
When the input type is set to a temperature input (input from a thermocouple or a platinum resistance
thermometer), either °C or °F can be selected for the temperature unit.
When using a Controller with more than one input, set the temperature unit separately for each input
(inputs 2 to 4) according to the number of inputs.
Selecting °C
Settings Required
for Basic Control
25.0
1. Hold the L Key down for at least 3 seconds to move from the Operation
Level to the Input Initial Setting Level.
0.0
01.01
2.
i1-t
2
l.0
i1du
c
l.0
25.0
0.0
01.01
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Press the M Key to select i1du (Input 1 Temperature Units)
Select °C or °F with the U and D Keys.
c: °C
f: °F
3. Hold the L Key down for at least 1 second to return to the Operation
Level.
4.6 Selecting the Control Mode
4.6 Selecting the Control Mode
The control mode allows various types of control to be performed. The control mode is set to standard
control by default.
■ Standard Control
• When using PID control, the Proportional Band (P), Integral Time (I),
and Derivative Time (D) parameters must be set.
These PID constants can be set either using auto-tuning (AT) or
manually.
• When the proportional band (P) is set to 0.00%, control becomes
ON/OFF control.
■ Heating/Cooling Control
• Heating and cooling control is performed.
• When using PID control, in addition to the Proportional Band (P),
Integral Time (I), and Derivative Time (D) parameters, the Cooling
Coefficient and Dead Band parameters must also be set.
The PID constants can be set either using auto-tuning (AT) or
manually. The Cooling Coefficient and Dead Band parameters must
be set manually.
• When the proportional band (P) is set to 0.00%, control becomes
ON/OFF control and 3-position control is possible.
● Dead Band
The dead band is set centered on the set point. The dead band width
is set in the Dead Band parameter in the Adjustment Level. A negative
setting sets an overlap band.
Dead band:
Dead band width =
Positive value
Output
100%
Overlapping band:
Dead band width =
Negative value
Output
100%
0%
PV
Heating P
Cooling P
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
Heating
0%
PV
Cooling P
Heating P
SP
SP
• The default dead band is 0.00.
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Settings Required
for Basic Control
• Standard heating or cooling control is performed. The Direct/
Reverse Operation parameter is used to select heating (reverse
operation) or cooling (direct operation).
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
● Cooling Coefficient
If heating and cooling characteristics of the controlled object are
different and good control characteristics cannot be achieved with the
same PID constants, a cooling coefficient can be set to adjust the
proportional band for the cooling control output to achieve balance
between heating and cooling control.
Heating P = P
Cooling P = Heating P × Cooling coefficient
The cooling P is obtained by multiplying the heating P by the cooling
coefficient to control the cooling output with different characteristics
from the heating output.
■ Standard Control with Remote SP
• An external DC current or voltage signal can be input into the
remote SP input (input 2) to perform standard control using the
remote SP input as the SP.
• Input 2 can be used within the setting range determined by the input
2 type.
■ Heating/Cooling Control with Remote SP
• An external DC current or voltage signal can be input into the
remote SP input (input 2) to perform heating/cooling control using
the remote SP input as the SP.
• Input 2 can be used within the setting range determined by the
setting of the Input 2 Type parameter.
■ Proportional Control
• Proportional control is used to maintain a set proportional
relationship between two variables.
• Proportional control is set in the Analog Parameter 1 (control rate)
parameter.
IN2
IN1
Straight-line
Approximation 1
Remote SP
×
AP1
Straight-line
Approximation 2
Settings Required
for Basic Control
The following control modes can be selected only on Controllers with 2 inputs.
PV
RSP
SP
FSP
Fixed SP
PSP
Program SP
+
−
PID
Hint
MV
Channel 1
OUT1
4-16
• If the input type set for input 1 and input 2 are different, the units for
input 1 and input 2 must be adjusted. Settings must be made for the
following: first, the Straight-line Approximation 1 parameters must be
used to convert input 2 from normalized data to industrial units and
then the Straight-line Approximation 2 parameters must be used to
convert the industrial units back to normalized data for input 1.
Set all numeric values for straight-line or broken-line
approximation for the E5AR-T/ER-T to normalized data.
For example, set 0.0200 for 20%. Also, when input 1 is set
to a K-type thermocouple from 200.0 to 1300.00, 200.0°C is 0%, or 0.000, and 1300°C is 100%, or 1.000.
4.6 Selecting the Control Mode
■ Cascade Standard Control
• Cascade control can be performed using standard control (heating
control or cooling control).
● AT with Cascade
Control
IN1
IN2
PV
+
SP
−
PID
(1) Execute AT for the secondary side to find the suitable PID
constants.
Set the PV on the secondary side during stable control near the
primary side SP as the fixed SP for the secondary side.
Set the channel 2 SP mode to Fixed SP Mode (cascade open), set
the secondary side to independent control and execute AT.
Once AT has been completed, find the secondary side PID
constants.
MV
Channel 1
Remote SP
PV
RSP
+
SP
FSP
Fixed SP
−
(2) Change to cascade control and execute AT for the primary side to
find the suitable PID constants.
Change the channel 2 SP mode to Remote SP Mode (cascade
closed), change to cascade control, and execute AT for channel 1.
PID
MV
Channel 2
OUT1
● Operation for
Primary Side Input
Errors
If an error occurs on the primary side, the value set for the MV at PV
Error parameter is output as the primary side (channel 1) MV. The
secondary side continues control of the remote SP equivalent to the
primary side setting for the MV at PV Error parameter. This means that
the primary side (channel 1) MV at PV Error parameter must always
be set.
■ Cascade Heating/Cooling Control
• Cascade control can be performed using heating/cooling control.
• Input 1 is for the primary loop (channel 1) and input 2 is for the
secondary loop (channel 2).
The Control Mode parameter does not need to be set for Position-proportional Control Models. These
models always perform position-proportional control.
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Settings Required
for Basic Control
• Input 1 is for the primary loop (channel 1) and input 2 is for the
secondary loop (channel 2).
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
■ Position-proportional Control
• A potentiometer is used to determine how much the valve is open or
closed. The opening of valves with control motors attached can be
controlled, i.e., opened or closed.
• With position-proportional control, control can be switched between
closed control and floating control. Travel time can be automatically
measured using motor calibration, and position-proportional dead
band, open/close hysteresis, PV dead band, and other parameters
can be set.
Settings Required
for Basic Control
● Closed/Floating
• Closed Control
When a potentiometer is connected, closed control provides
feedback on the valve opening.
• Floating Control
No feedback is provided on the valve opening using a potentiometer.
Control is possible without a potentiometer connected.
● Motor Calibration
and Travel Time
Execute motor calibration if a potentiometer is connected for closed
control or for floating control to monitor the valve opening.
The travel time, which is the time from when the valve is fully open to
when it is fully closed, is automatically measured and set at the same
time.
The Travel Time parameter must be set for floating control without a
potentiometer connected. Set the Travel Time parameter to the time
from when the valve is fully open to when it is fully closed.
● Positionproportional Dead
Band and Open/
Close Hysteresis
The valve output hold interval (the interval between open output and
closed output ON/OFF points) is set using the Position Proportional
Dead Band parameter and the hysteresis is set using the Open/Close
Hysteresis parameter. The following diagram shows the relationship to
the valve opening.
Hysteresis between open
and closed positions
Position proportional
dead band
ON
OFF
−100%
● PV Dead Band
4-18
MV-Valve opening
0
100%
If the PV is within the PV dead band, control is performed as if the PV
is the same as the SP. The PV dead band is set in the PV Dead Band
parameter. This function is useful to prevent unnecessary outputs
when the PV approaches the SP.
4.6 Selecting the Control Mode
The Operation at Potentiometer Input Error parameter is used to select
the operation to perform if an error occurs with the potentiometer
during closed control. The selections are to stop control or switch to
floating control and continue.
Important
Potentiometer errors are not detected if the O or C lines
are disconnected on the potentiometer. This function,
i.e., the option of stopping control or switching to floating control, is not supported in such cases.
Settings Required
for Basic Control
● Operation at
Potentiometer
Input Error
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Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
4.7 Setting Output Parameters
■ Control Period
cp
Settings Required
for Basic Control
20.0
l.adj
• The output period (control period) must be set. A shorter control
period improves controllability, however, when a relay is used to
control a heater, a control period of at least 20 seconds is recommended to preserve product life. After setting the control period in
the initial settings, readjust it as necessary using trial operation.
c-cp
• Set the values in cp (Control Period (Heating)) and c-cp (Control
Period (Cooling)). The default values are 20.0 s.
20.0
l.adj
• The Control Period (Cooling) parameter can be used only in heating/
cooling control.
• When each channel is used independently for control, set the control
period separately for each channel.
■ Direct Operation (Cooling)/Reverse Operation (Heating)
25.0
0.0
01.01
• Control that increases the MV as the PV increases is called direct
operation (cooling), and control that increases the MV as the PV
decreases is called reverse operation (heating).
MV
MV
100%
100%
0%
0%
oreV
or-r
l.1
Temperature is low
Temperature is high
Set point
Direct Operation
Temperature is low
Temperature is high
Set point
Reverse Operation
• For example, when the present value (PV) is less than the set point
(SP) during heating control, the manipulated valuable (MV) is
increased in proportion to the difference between the PV and SP. As
such, heating control is “reverse operation.” Cooling control, which
does the opposite, is “direct operation.”
• Set the Direct/Reverse Operation parameter to or-r (reverse
operation) or or-d (direct operation). The default setting is for
reverse operation (heating).
• When each channel is used independently for control, set the direct/
reverse operation separately for each channel.
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4.7 Setting Output Parameters
■ Output Type
Output Type
o1-t
0
l.1
Linear Current Output Type
co3-t
• The E5AR-T/ER-T provides multi-outputs that allow selection of
voltage outputs (for driving SSRs) or linear current outputs. Select
the output type in the Output * Type parameter for each output.
The following are multi-outputs: output 1 of the [email protected]@@@ and
[email protected]@@, and outputs 1 and 3 of the [email protected]@.
• A linear current output can be set to 4 to 20 mA or 0 to 20 mA in the
Linear Current Output * Type parameter.
• The voltage output (for driving SSR) is 12 VDC, 40 mA.
1
l.1
Settings Required
for Basic Control
● Output Type List
Outputs
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
Output Type for multi-outputs
Linear Current Output Type
Voltage output (for driving SSR)
0 to 20 mA
Linear current output
4 to 20 mA
■ Output Assignments
• The type of data that is output from each output can be assigned.
out.1
1
l.2
• On Controllers with more than one input, the data assignments can
also be set for channels 2 and higher for the number of supported
channels.
Outputs
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
Control/Transfer Output Assignments Channel 1
Channel 1 Control Output (Heating)
Channel 1 Control Output (Cooling)
Channel 2
Channel
1 control
Channel
1 Present
Setoutput
Point (heat side)
Channel
1 control
output
(Cooling side)
Channel
1 Present
Value
(PV)
Channel 3
Channel
1
SP
Channel
1
MV
(Heating)
Channel 1 control output (heat side)
Channel
1 ramp
SP output (Cooling side)
Channel
1 MV
(Cooling)
Channel
1 control
Channel 4
Channel
1
Present
Value (PV)
Channel
1
Valve
Opening
Channel
1 SP
Channel
1
control
output
(heat
side)
Channel
2 Control
Output
(Heating)
Channel
1 ramp
SP output
Channel
1 control
(Cooling side)
Channel
2
Control
Output
(Cooling)
Channel
1 present
Channel
1 SP value (PV)
Channel
3 Control
Channel
1 rampOutput
SP (Heating)
Channel 1 present value (PV)
Channel 4 Control Output (Heating)
• When outputs are used as control outputs, assignments are made
automatically based on the control mode setting as shown on the
following page. There is no need to change the assignments.
• To use an output as a transfer output, assign the data you wish to
transfer to an unused output. If a transfer output is assigned to a
voltage output (for driving SSR), the output will turn OFF.
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Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
Control mode
Standard
Control
Controllers with 1
input
Controllers with
2 inputs
Controllers with 4
inputs
Output
IN1
IN1
IN1
OUT1
Channel 1 Control Output (Heating)
IN2
IN2
OUT2
Channel 2 Control Output (Heating)
IN3
OUT3
Channel 3 Control Output (Heating)
IN4
OUT4
Channel 4 Control Output (Heating)
OUT1
Channel 1 Control Output (Heating)
OUT2
Channel 1 Control Output (Cooling)
OUT3
Channel 2 Control Output (Heating)
OUT4
Channel 2 Control Output (Cooling)
---
OUT1
Channel 1 Control Output (Heating)
---
OUT1
OUT2
Channel 1 Control Output (Heating)
Channel 1 Control Output (Cooling)
---
OUT1
Channel 1 Control Output (Heating)
---
OUT1
Channel 2 Control Output (Heating)
---
OUT1
OUT2
Channel 2 Control Output (Heating)
Channel 2 Control Output (Cooling)
OUT1
Channel 1 Control Output (Open)
*Cannot be changed
Channel 1 Control Output (Close)
*Cannot be changed
---
Control/Transfer output
assignment
---
Settings Required
for Basic Control
Heating/
Cooling
Control
Standard
Control with
Remote SP
---
---
Proportional
Control
---
Cascade
Standard
Control
---
Positionproportional
Control
IN1
---
Heating/
Cooling
Control with
Remote SP
Cascade
Heating/
Cooling
Control
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IN1
---
IN2
IN1
IN2: Remote SP
IN1
IN2: Remote SP
IN1
IN2: Ratio setting
IN1: Primary loop
IN2: Secondary
loop
IN1: Primary loop
IN2: Secondary
loop
IN1
IN2
--IN1
---
OUT2
4.8 Program Settings
4.8 Program Settings
■ Outline of Program Functions
• Up to 32 programs can be created and each program can have up to
32 segments as long as the total number of segments does not
exceed 256.
• A variety of program profiles can be created using the program link
function.
The following diagram shows a program setting example.
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
Settings Required
for Basic Control
SP
Time
■ Program Parameters
● Number of
Segments
• The maximum number of segments for a program is set using the
Number of Segments parameter. The default is 16.
• The relationship between the number of programs and the number
of segments that can be set using the Number of Segments
parameter is shown in the following table.
Setting of Number of
Segments parameter
● Program No.
Number of programs
Number of segments
8
32
8
12
20
12
16
16
16
20
12
20
32
8
32
• The program number cannot be changed while a program is being
executed.
• The default program number is 1, except for independent operation.
The following table shows the setting ranges.
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Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
Setting of Number of
Segments parameter
● Number of
Segments Used
Setting range
8
1 to 32
12
1 to 20
16
1 to 16
20
1 to 12
32
1 to 8
• The Number of Segments Used parameter is used to set the
number of segments used for a specified program.
Settings Required
for Basic Control
• The default is 8. The following table shows the setting ranges.
Setting of Number of
Segments parameter
Setting range
8
1 to 8
12
1 to 12
16
1 to 16
20
1 to 20
32
1 to 32
• Once the program has been executed for the number of segments
set for the Number of Segments Used parameter, the program will
be in operation completed status. If the setting of the Number of
Segments Used parameter is changed to a value smaller than the
segment currently being executed in the program, the program will
immediately change to operation completed status.
● Segment Set Point
and Segment Time
• The Segment Set Point and Segment Time parameters are used to
set one segment of a program. The present SP is determined by
using the SP of the previous segment as the start point and the SP
of the current segment as the end point. A straight line is drawn
between these two points and the present SP is the point on that
line where the current segment time has elapsed.
• The Segment Time parameter can be set to between 0.00 and 99.59
(hours. minutes or minutes. seconds) or between 0.00.0 and 99.59.9
(minutes. seconds.tenths of seconds). The default is 0.00 or 0.00.0.
• The first segment is a soak segment. To start from a ramp, set the
Segment Time parameter for segment 1 to 0 to create a program
that starts from segment 2 (when the Operation at Reset parameter
is set to “Control Stop”).
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4.8 Program Settings
■ Program Setting Example
In this example, the following program will be created as program 2.
SP
Segment 1
Segment 2
5:00
8:00
Segment 3
Segment 4
100.0
50.0
10:00
5:00
The following table shows the settings required for the Number of
Segments, Number of Segments Used, and Program No. parameters.
Parameter
Set value
Number of Segments
8 (No. of programs: 32)
Number of Segments Used
(Program No. 2)
4
Program No.
2
The Segment Set Point and Segment Time parameter settings for
program 2 are given in the following table.
Segment No.
1
2
3
4
---
Segment Set
Point
50.0
100.0
100.0
50.0
---
Segment
Time (h:min)
5:00
8:00
10:00
5:00
---
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Settings Required
for Basic Control
Time (h:min)
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
Use the following procedure to set the Number of Segments
parameter to 8 (thus setting the number of programs to 32).
(1) Hold down the L Key for at least 3 seconds to move from the Operation
Level to the Input Initial Setting Level.
Number of Segments
25.0
150.0
01.01
i1-t
(2) In the Input Initial Setting Level, Display No. 3 will show l.0.
Press the L Key for less than 1 second to move to the Control Initial
Setting Level.
o1-t
(3) In the Input Initial Setting Level, Display No. 3 will show l.1.
Press the M Key repeatedly (less than 1 second each time) to select the
Number of Segments parameter.
Settings Required
for Basic Control
2
l.0
0
l.1
snum
16
l.1
(4) Press the D to set the Number of Segments parameter to 8.
8
Use the following procedure to set the Number of Segments Used
parameter to 4.
Number of Segments Used
25.0
(1) Hold down the L Key for less than 1 second to move from the Operation
Level to the Program Setting Level.
100.0
01.01
prg.n
1
01.00
prg.n
2
02.00
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(2) The Program Editing parameter will be displayed in the Program
Setting Level. Select the number of the program to be edited. For
example, to change the Number of Segments Used parameter for
program 2, use the D Key to select 2.
4.8 Program Settings
8
02.00
4
(4) Hold down the L Key for less than 1 second to return to the Operation
Level.
Settings Required
for Basic Control
s-no
(3) Press the M Key to display the Number of Segments Used parameter for
program 2. Use the U and D Keys to set the value to 4.
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Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
Use the following procedure to set the program to be executed to 2 in
the Operation Level.
(1) Press the M Key several times to select the Program No. parameter to
enable specifying the number of the program to execute.
Program No.
25.0
100.0
01.01
prg
Settings Required
for Basic Control
1
01.01
(2) Use the U and D Keys to set the program number to 2.
prg
2
02.01
Use the following procedure to set the Segment Set Point and
Segment Time parameters for segments 1 to 4 for program No. 2.
(1) Hold down the L Key for less than 1 second to move from the Operation
Level to the Program Setting Level.
Segment Set Point
and Segment Time
25.0
100.0
01.01
(2) The Program Editing parameter will be displayed in the Program
Setting Level. Select the number of the program to be edited. For
example, to change the Segment Set Point and Segment Time
parameters for program 2, use the U and D Keys to select 2.
prg.n
2
02.00
(3) Press the M Key twice to display the Segment Editing parameter. Select
the number of the segment to be edited. First, segment 1 parameters will
be edited, so use the U Key to select 1.
seg.n
end
02.00
seg.n
1
02.01
sp
0.0
02.01
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50.0
(4) Press the M Key for less than 1 second to display the Segment Set
Point parameter for segment 1. Use the U and D Keys to set the
Segment Set Point parameter for segment 1 to 50.0.
4.8 Program Settings
0.00
02.01
5.00
2
02.02
(6) Press the M Key several times to display the Segment Editing
parameter again. This time the next segment number after the
segment that was just edited will be displayed. Check that segment
number 2 is displayed. (To edit segment 1 parameters again or to
edit parameters for another segment number, use the U and D
Keys to select the desired segment number.)
sp
100.0
(7) Press the M Key for less than 1 second to display the Segment Set Point
parameter for segment 2. Use the U and D Keys to set the Segment Set
Point parameter for segment 2 to 100.0.
8.00
(8) Press the M Key for less than 1 second to display the Segment Time
parameter for segment 2. Use the U and D Keys to set the Segment
Time parameter for segment 2 to 8.00.
seg.n
0.0
02.02
time
0.00
02.02
seg.n
(9) Press the M Key several times to display the Segment Editing
parameter again. Check that segment number 3, the next segment
to be edited, is displayed.
sp
100.0
(10) Press the M Key for less than 1 second to display the Segment Set Point
parameter for segment 3. Use the U and D Keys to set the Segment Set
Point parameter for segment 3 to 100.0.
10.00
(11) Press the M Key for less than 1 second to display the Segment Time
parameter for segment 3. Use the U and D Keys to set the Segment
Time parameter for segment 3 to 10.00.
3
02.03
0.0
02.03
time
0.00
02.03
seg.n
4
02.04
(12) Press the M Key several times to display the Segment Editing
parameter again. Check that segment number 4, the next segment
to be edited, is displayed.
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Settings Required
for Basic Control
time
(5) Press the M Key for less than 1 second to display the Segment
Time parameter for segment 1. Use the U and D Keys to set the
Segment Time parameter for segment 1 to 5.00.
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
sp
0.0
02.04
time
Settings Required
for Basic Control
0.00
02.04
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50.0
5.00
(13) Press the M Key for less than 1 second to display the Segment Set Point
parameter for segment 4. Use the U and D Keys to set the Segment Set
Point parameter for segment 4 to 50.0.
(14) Press the M Key for less than 1 second to display the Segment Time
parameter for segment 4. Use the U and D Keys to set the Segment
Time parameter for segment 4 to 5.00.
4.9 Performing ON/OFF Control
4.9 Performing ON/OFF Control
ON/OFF control consists of setting an SP and then having the control output turn OFF when the temperature reaches the SP during control. When the control output turns OFF, the temperature begins to fall,
and once it falls to a certain point, the control output turns ON again. This action is repeated around a
certain position. ON/OFF control requires setting the Hysteresis (Heating) parameter to the temperature
drop from the SP where control output should turn ON. The Direct/Reverse Operation parameter is used
to determine whether the MV is increased or decreased with respect to an increase or decrease of the PV.
• On the E5AR-T/ER-T, switching between advanced PID control and
ON/OFF control is accomplished by setting the Proportional Band
parameter. When the proportional band is set to 0.00, ON/OFF
control is performed, and when it is set to any value except 0.00,
advanced PID control is performed. The default setting is 10.00.
● Hysteresis
• In ON/OFF control, hysteresis is added when switching between ON
and OFF to stabilize operation. The width of the hysteresis is called
simply the hysteresis. The hysteresis is set for both heating and
cooling control output using the Hysteresis (Heating) and Hysteresis
(Cooling) parameters.
• For standard control (heating or cooling control), only the Hysteresis
(Heating) parameter is used, regardless of whether heating or
cooling is being performed.
Hysteresis (Heating)
ON
PV
OFF
SP
● Three-position
Control
• For heating/cooling control, an area can be set where the MV is 0 for
both heating and cooling. This area is called the dead band. This
means that 3-position control can be performed.
Dead band
Hysteresis (Heating)
Hysteresis (Cooling)
ON
Heating
Cooling
PV
OFF
SP
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Settings Required
for Basic Control
■ ON/OFF Control
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
■ Settings
To perform ON/OFF control, the SP, Proportional Band, and Hysteresis
(Heating) parameters must be set.
To ON/OFF control and an hysteresis (heating) of 2.00% FS, set the
Proportional Band parameter to 0.00 in PID Setting Level to select ON/
OFF control.
Setting ON/OFF Control
(Proportional Band = 0.00)
25.0
1. Press the L Key repeatedly (less than 1 second each time) to move from
the Operation Level to the PID Setting Level.
Settings Required
for Basic Control
100.0
01.01
2.
d.pid
1
l.pid
1.p
The PID Selection parameter is displayed in the PID Setting Level. If a PID
set number will not be used, use the default setting (1). If a PID set number
will be used, select the PID set number for the desired control.
3. .Press the M Key to display the Proportional Band parameter. Use the U
and D Keys to set the value to 0.00
10.00
l.pid
4. Press the L Key repeatedly (less than 1 second each time) to return to the
Operation Level.
Set the Hysteresis (Heating) parameter to 2.00 in the Adjustment
Level.
Setting the Hysteresis
25.0
1. Press the L Key for less than 1 second to move from the Operation Level
to the Adjustment Level.
100.0
01.01
2. Press the M Key repeatedly to select the Hysteresis (Heating) parameter.
hys
0.10
l.adj
3. Use the U and D Keys to set the value to 2.00.
hys
2.00
l.adj
4. Press the L Key repeatedly (less than 1 second each time) to return to the
Operation Level.
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4.10 Determining the PID Constants (AT or Manual Settings)
4.10 Determining the PID Constants
(AT or Manual Settings)
■ Auto-tuning (AT)
• When AT is executed, the most suitable PID constants for the
current SP are set automatically. This is accomplished by varying
the MV to obtain the characteristics of the control object using the
limit cycle method.
Program that
is set
Settings Required
for Basic Control
SP
Program that is
executed
PV
AT started
AT completed
Time
• The following operations are not possible during AT: Changing
settings, holding or releasing the program, and segment operations,
such as advance and back operations.
• AT will stop if the Run/Reset parameter is set to “Reset” and the
Operation at Reset parameter is set to stop control, or if Manual
Mode is entered.
• When executing AT, select 0 to execute AT for the PID set that is
currently being used for control, or select 1 to 8 as to execute AT for
a specific PID set.
• The results of AT will be reflected in PID Setting Level in the Proportional Band (P), Integral Time (I), and Derivative Time (D) parameters of the PID set number specified at the time AT was executed.
The following operation will be performed if the Operation at Reset
parameter is set for fixed control.
• If the Run/Reset parameter is changed from “Run” to “Reset” during
AT execution, the present SP will be changed to a fixed set point
after AT has been completed.
• If AT is executed while the Run/Reset parameter is set to “Reset”
and the Run/Reset parameter is changed from “Reset” to “Run”
during AT execution, the set program will be started after completing
AT for the fixed SP.
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Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
● Explanation of AT
Operation
Executing AT
at
off
l.adj
at
AT begins when the AT Execute/Cancel parameter is changed from
OFF to 0.
Settings Required
for Basic Control
0
l.adj
at
1
l.adj
While AT is being executed, at flashes on Display No. 1. Display No. 2
shows the PID set number currently being used for control. When AT
ends, the AT Execute/Cancel parameter goes OFF and the display
stops flashing.
AT begins and the displays show the following:
Display No. 1: Flashing display indicating AT is running.
Display No. 2: Shows selected PID set number.
Canceling AT
To stop AT, select off (AT Cancel).
at
off
l.adj
During AT Execution
Present value (PV) / SP (Display 2)
25.0
If you attempt to move to the Operation Level and display the PV or SP
while AT is being executed, Display No. 2 will flash to indicate that AT
is being executed.
100.0
01.01
• Only the Communications Writing, Run/Reset, AT Execute/Cancel,
and Auto/Manual parameters can be changed while AT is running.
No other settings can be changed.
• If the Run/Reset parameter is set to “Reset” while AT is being
executed, AT will stop and operation will stop. If “Run” is then
selected, AT will not resume.
• If an input error occurs while AT is being executed, AT will stop. AT
will run again after recovery from the error.
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4.10 Determining the PID Constants (AT or Manual Settings)
■ Limit Cycle
The timing for generating a limit cycle depends on whether or not the
deviation (DV) when AT is begun is less than the Temporary AT
Excitation Judgement Deviation parameter (default: 10.0% FS).
The PV changes as follows during AT:
Present Deviation ≥ 10% FS
value (PV)
Limit cycle MV amplitude 40%
Present
value (PV)
SP
Deviation < 10% FS
Limit cycle MV amplitude 40%
SP
Deviation
10% FS
Deviation
10% FS
Time
Time
AT start
AT end
The amplitude of change of the limit cycle MV can be changed in the
Limit Cycle MV Amplitude parameter.
For heating/cooling and position-proportional floating control, the limit
cycle is as shown below regardless of the deviation.
Present
value (PV)
Limit cycle MV
amplitude 100%
SP
Time
AT start
AT end
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Settings Required
for Basic Control
AT end
AT start
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
■ Manual Settings
To set the PID constants manually, set values for the Proportional
Band (P), Integral Time (I), and Derivative Time (D) parameters
Supplement
• If you already know the control characteristics, directly set the PID constants
to adjust control. The PID constants are set in the Proportional Band (P),
Integral Time (I), and Derivative Time (D) parameters.
• I (integral time) and D (derivative time) can be set to 0 to select a proportional action. In the default settings, the Manual Reset Value parameter is
set to 50.0% so that the proportional band is centered on the SP.
Settings Required
for Basic Control
Changing P (Proportional Band)
When P is
increased
SP
When P is
decreased
SP
A slow rise and a longer rectification time will occur, but
there will be no overshoot.
Overshoot and hunting will
occur, but the SP will be
reached quickly and stabilize.
Changing I (Integral Time)
When P is
increased
SP
When P is
decreased
SP
A longer time will be required
to reach the SP.
The rectification time will be
longer, but there is less hunting, overshooting, and undershooting.
Overshooting and undershooting will occur.
Hunting will occur.
A quick rise will occur.
Changing D (Derivative Time)
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When P is
increased
SP
When P is
decreased
SP
Less rectification time for
overshooting and undershooting, but fine hunting will
occur spontaneously.
Overshooting and undershooting will be larger and
more time will be required to
return to the SP.
4.11 Using Auxiliary Outputs
4.11 Using Auxiliary Outputs
The Auxiliary Output ∗ Assignment, Alarm Type, Alarm Value, Alarm Upper Limit, Alarm Lower Limit, and
Alarm Set Number parameters are described in this section.
■ Auxiliary Output Assignments
On Controller models with more than one output, data assignments
can also be set for channels 2 and higher for the number of supported
channels.
Auxiliary Output
Auxiliary outputs Assignments
Channel 1
SUB1
Channel 1 Alarm 1
SUB2
Channel 1 Alarm 2
Channel 1 Alarm 3
SUB3
2
Channel 1 Alarm 4
SUB4
3
?????3
Channel 1 Input Error
SUB5
SUB6
Channel 1 RSP Input Error ?????
4
SUB7
SUB8
All Channels
Alarm 1 OR output for all Channels
Alarm 2 OR output for all Channels
Alarm 3 OR output for all Channels
Alarm 4 OR output for all Channels
Input Error OR output for all Channels
RSP Input Error OR output for all Channels
U-ALM Output
SUB9
SUB10
The U-ALM Output setting is an OR output of alarms 1 to 4 of all
channels (overall alarm).
The default settings are as follows:
SUB1
SUB2
SUB3
SUB4
Channel 1 Alarm 1 Channel 1 Alarm 2 Channel 1 Alarm 3 Channel 1 Alarm 4
The [email protected]@@ has only two auxiliary outputs, i.e., they do not
have SUB3 and SUB4.
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Settings Required
for Basic Control
The type of data that is output from each auxiliary output can be
assigned.
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
■ Alarm Types
SP = Set point
Set value
∗1
Alarm type
0
Alarm function OFF
1
Upper-and lower-limit alarm
Settings Required
for Basic Control
∗1, ∗6
∗6
3
Lower-limit alarm
ON
OFF
4
Upper-and lower-limit
range alarm
ON
OFF
Upper-and lower-limit alarm
with standby sequence
ON
OFF
5
∗6
∗5
6
Upper-limit alarm
with standby sequence
ON
OFF
7
Lower-limit alarm
with standby sequence
ON
OFF
Absolute-value upper-limit alarm
ON
OFF
9
ON
OFF
Absolute-value lower-limit alarm
Absolute-value upper-limit alarm
with standby sequence
10
ON
OFF
Absolute-value lower-limit alarm
with standby sequence
11
L H
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
8
∗6
Output OFF
Upper-limit alarm
2
∗1
Alarm output function
Alarm value (X) is positive Alarm value (X) is negative
ON
OFF
∗2
SP
X
SP
X
SP
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
L H
X
SP
X
SP
∗3
SP
L H
∗4
SP
X
SP
X
SP
X
0
X
0
X
0
X
0
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
X
SP
X
SP
X
0
X
0
X
0
X
0
∗1: Set values 1, 4, and 5: Allow upper and lower limits of alarm to
be separately set. The upper and lower limits are indicated by L and H.
∗2: Set value 1: Upper-and lower-limit alarm
Case 2
Case 1
Case 3 (always ON)
H < 0, L < 0
L
H SP
H < 0, L > 0
lHl<lLl
H
SP L H
H > 0, L < 0
lHl>lLl
SP
L
H < 0, L > 0
lHl>
=lLl
L SP
H
SP H
L
H > 0, L < 0
lHl<
=lLl
∗3: Set value 4: Upper-and lower-limit range
Case 3 (always OFF)
Case 1
Case 2
H < 0, L < 0
H
L
H SP
H < 0, L > 0
SP L
SP
L
H
H > 0, L < 0
H
L SP
SP H L
H < 0, L > 0
>lLl
lHl=
H > 0, L < 0
<lLl
lHl=
∗4: Set value 5: Alarm with upper-limit and lower-limit with standby sequence
∗With the above upper-and lower-limit alarms
• Case 3: Always OFF.
• Cases 1 and 2:
If hysteresis overlaps the upper
and lower limits, always OFF.
∗5: Set value 5: Alarm with upper-and lower-limit standby sequence
If hysteresis overlaps the upper and lower limits, always OFF.
∗6: For information on standby sequences, refer to 5.6 Alarm Adjustment
Functions.
Under the following conditions, the SP of segment 1 is used as the SP
for deviation alarms.
• If the Operation at Reset parameter is set to stop control and the
program is reset in Program SP Mode
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4.11 Using Auxiliary Outputs
• If the Operation at Reset parameter is set to stop control and the
program is placed on standby in Program SP Mode
■ Alarm Values
Alarm values are indicated by “X” in the alarm type table. When
separate upper and lower limits are set for an alarm, the upper limit
value is indicated by “H” and the lower limit is indicated by “L.”
When an upper- and lower-limit alarm, upper- and lower-limit range
alarm, or lower-limit alarm with standby sequence is selected, the
Alarm Upper Limit and Alarm Lower Limit parameters must be set.
■ Alarm Sets
• A group of alarm values is called an alarm set. The Alarm Set
Number parameter is set for each program.
• Alarm set numbers can be set between 1 to 4. The default is 1. For
channels 2 to 4 during coordinated operation and the secondary
side (channel 1) during cascade control, however, alarm set
numbers can be between 0 and 4. If 0 is selected, the alarm set
number will be the same as the number selected for channel 1.
■ Settings
To output an alarm to an auxiliary output, the Auxiliary Output
Assignment, Alarm Type, and Alarm Value parameters must be set.
To output a lower-limit alarm to auxiliary output 2 using channel 1
alarm 1 at an alarm value of 10.0°C, the Auxiliary Output 2 Assignment
parameter is set to “CH 1 alarm 1” in the Control Initial Setting 2 Level.
Auxiliary Output 2 Assignment
1
1
1
25.0
1. Hold down the L Key for at least 3 seconds to move from the Operation
Level to the Input Initial Setting Level.
150.0
01.01
i1-t
2. In the Input Initial Setting Level, Display No. 3 will show l.0.
Press the L Key twice (less than 1 second each time) to move to the
Control Initial Setting 2 Level.
out.1
3. In the Control Initial Setting 2 Level, Display No. 3 will show l.2.
Press the M Key repeatedly (less than 1 second each time) to select the
Auxiliary Output 2 Assignment parameter.
2
l.0
1
l.2
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Settings Required
for Basic Control
The Alarm Value parameter must be set when any other alarm type is
selected.
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
1
5bo.2
1
5bo.2
4. Press the D to set the Auxiliary Output 2 Assignment parameter to 1 (CH
1 Alarm 1).
2
l.2
1
l.2
Settings Required
for Basic Control
Set Alarm 1 Type parameter to a “Lower-limit Alarm” in the Alarm
Setting Level.
Alarm 1 Type
1
1
alt1 Alarm 1 type
5. Press the L Key for less than 1 second to move to the Alarm Setting
Level.
The display will show the Alarm 1 Type parameter.
2
l.3
6. Press the U Key to select 3 (Lower-limit Alarm).
alt1
3
l.3
Set the Alarm Set Alarm Value 1 parameter to 10.0°C in the Alarm Set
Setting Level.
Alarm Value
1
1
25.0
0.0
01.01
8. Press the L Key three times (less than 1 second each time) to move to the
Alarm Set Setting Level.
d.alm
1
l.alm
1 1.al-1
0.0
l.alm
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7. Hold down the L Key for at least 1 second to move to the Operation Level.
Alarm Set 1
Alarm Value 1
U
10.0
9. Press the M Key repeatedly to select the Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value 1
parameter.
Press the U Key to change the set value to 10.0.
4.12 Starting and Stopping Operation
4.12 Starting and Stopping Operation
■ Starting Operation (Run) and Stopping Operation (Reset)
To start program operation, set the Run/Reset parameter to “Run.” To
stop program operation, set the Run/Reset parameter to “Reset.”
Program execution will stop if the Hold parameter is set to “ON.”
The operation status when the Run/Reset parameter is set to “Reset”
can be selected. The two operation statuses outlined below can be
selected by using the Operation at Reset parameter.
• Operation at Reset Parameter Set to “Control Stop”
The following diagram shows the status transition when the
Operation at Reset parameter is set to “control stop.”
RUN
Fixed control
HOLD
See note 3.
See note 1.
RESET (control stop)
See note 2.
Note1: Program operation starts from the segment 1 SP.
2: Control is stopped while resetting.
3: The status switches to fixed control in SP mode.
Control stop is held when the mode is shifted to fixed control
(Fixed SP Mode) or Remote SP Mode during the reset.
• When using Standard Models, set the MV at Reset parameter to
between −5.0% and 105.0% to output during reset. The default is
0.0%. (For heating/cooling control, set the MV at Reset parameter to
between −105.0% and 105.0%.)
• When using the Position-proportional Models, fully open, fully
closed, or hold status can be selected using the MV at Reset
parameter. In open status, only the output on the open side is ON. In
closed status, only the output on the closed side is ON. In hold
status, the outputs on both the open and closed sides are OFF. The
default setting is “hold.”
• Operation at Reset Parameter Set to “Fixed Control”
The following diagram shows the status transitions when the
Operation at Reset parameter is set to “fixed control.”
RUN
HOLD
(See note 1.)
RESET
(fixed control)
(See note 2.)
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Settings Required
for Basic Control
● Operation at Reset
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
Note1:The program moves into Program SP Mode and program
operation starts from the fixed SP.
2: Control does not stop. Control is executed for the fixed SP.
(The program moves into Fixed SP Mode.) Control is executed
for the remote SP when the program moves into Remote SP
Mode.
• If the Operation at Reset parameter is set to “fixed control,” the first
segment will become a ramp segment.
• The following table shows example settings.
Settings Required
for Basic Control
Segment No.
1
2
3
---
Segment SP
100.0
100.0
50.0
---
Segment Time
(h:min)
8:00
10:00
5:00
---
SP
Segment 1
Segment 2
8:00
10:00
Segment 3
100.0
50.0
FSP
5:00
Time (h:min)
● Operation at Power
ON
• This parameter determines the operating status when the power to
the E5AR-T/ER-T is turned ON. The following 5 selections are
possible.
Setting
Operation
Continue
The status of the system before the power was
turned OFF is resumed.
Reset
Control is always reset status when the power is
turned ON.
Manual Mode
Manual Mode is entered when the power is turned
ON.
Run
The program is always executed from the beginning when the power is turned ON.
Ramp back
The SP starts from the present value when the
power is turned ON and ramp operation is performed with the previous ramp slope.
• The following table shows what values are held depending on the
Operation at Power ON parameter setting.
Parameter
Program No.
Segment No.
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Continue
(See note
1.)
Held
Held
Reset
Held
---
Manual
Held
Held
Run
Held
---
4.12 Starting and Stopping Operation
Parameter
Elapsed Program/
Segment Time
Program Repetitions
Hold Status
Auto/Manual
Manual MV
(See note 3.)
Run/Reset
Continue
(See note
1.)
Held
---
Held
---
Held
Held
Held
Held
----Held
Held
----Held
Held
Held
---
Held
Held
--Held
(See note 4.)
Held
Reset
Manual
Run
---
2: If a PV start causes an invalid period, time will be considered to
have elapsed for the invalid period.
The elapsed program and segment timers will operate as
outlined below when “Ramp Back” has been set for the
Operation at Power ON parameter:
• If power is interrupted while soaking, the timer will stop until
the present SP returns to the segment SP.
• If power is interrupted during ramp operation, the timer is
restarted using the PV immediately after power is restored as
the PV when power was interrupted.
3: For the Standard Models in Manual Mode at the power interruption.
4: If power is interrupted in Auto Mode, the value set for the MV at
Reset parameter will be output, unless the Manual Output
Method parameter is set to “Output Initial Value.” If the Manual
Output Method parameter is set to “Output Initial Value,” the
value set for the Manual MV Initial Value parameter will be
output.
5: For coordinated operation, the channel 1 values for the
Program No., Segment No., Elapsed Program Time, Elapsed
Segment Time, Program Repetitions, and Hold Status parameters will be used for the other channels.
• The default setting for the Operation at Power ON parameter
is “Continue.”
• Set the Operation at Power ON parameter for each channel.
• If the control mode is set to cascade control, set the
Operation at Power ON parameter for channel 2.
• The operation when the Operation at Power ON parameter is set to
“Ramp Back” is described below.
4-43
Settings Required
for Basic Control
Note1: Including “Ramp Back.”
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
• Power Interrupted during a Soak Segment
SP
Soak time 1
Soak time 2
Segment time = Soak time 1 + soak time 2
PV
Same slope
Ramp segment
Time
Power
Power
ON
OFF
Soak segment
Settings Required
for Basic Control
If power is interrupted during a soak segment and then restored, the
ramp slope for the immediately preceding ramp segment is
continued and ramp operation is executed from the PV immediately
after power is restored to the target SP.
• If there is no ramp segment before the power interruption, the PV
immediately after the power is restored will be held as the present
SP and operation will be executed as a soak segment.
The ramp slope of the immediately preceding ramp segment is
continued even if the program direction (temperature increasing/
decreasing) is different from the ramp segment. Ramp operation is
executed from the PV immediately after power is restored to the
target SP.
If an input error occurs when the power is restored, control is
executed using the SP of the soak segment when power was interrupted.
SP
PV
Same slope
Power
OFF
Power
ON
Time
• Power Interrupted during a Ramp Segment
If power is interrupted during a ramp segment, the PV when power is
restored will be used as the start point for the present SP and ramp
operation will be executed at the ramp slope before the power interruption.
The ramp operation using the same ramp slope is the same as when
the Step Time/Rate of Rise Programming parameter is set to “step
time.” The time taken to reach the target SP will not match the set
segment time.
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4.12 Starting and Stopping Operation
The ramp slope of the immediately preceding ramp segment is
continued even if the program direction (temperature increasing/
decreasing) is different from the ramp segment.
If an input error occurs when power is restored, the program moves to
the next segment.
The program timer value is held until the program returns to the status
before the power was interrupted.
• Power Interrupted in Fixed SP or Remote SP Mode
■ Other
• The timer continues when the mode is changed to Manual Mode
during program operation.
• The timer continues if an input error occurs during program
operation.
• In setting area 1, the time signal, segment output, program end
output, and segment number output are all OFF.
• The program operation is also reset if the Run/Reset parameter for
the secondary side (channel 2) is set to “Reset” when using cascade
control.
4-45
Settings Required
for Basic Control
Ramp operation is not executed for a fixed SP or remote SP if the
power is interrupted in Fixed SP Mode or Remote SP Mode.
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
■ Settings
The following procedure is used to stop program operation.
◆ “Run/Reset Selected for the PF1 Setting or PF2 Setting Parameter
1.
Settings Required
for Basic Control
1
25.0
0.0
01.01
Press the PF Key for which Run/Reset has been specified for at least 1
second. The RST indicator will light and the program will stop.
To start operation again, press the same PF Key for at least 1 second
again. The RST indicator will turn OFF and the program will start operation.
◆ “Run/Reset” Not Selected for the PF1 Setting or PF2 Setting Parameter
(1) Press the M Key several times to select r-r: Run/Reset.
1
25.0
1
r-r
1
0.0
01.01
run
01.01
r-r
rst
01.01
(2) Press the U Key to switch to rst: Reset. The RST indicator will light and
the program will stop.
To restart the program, use the same procedure to switch to run:
Run. The RST indicator will turn OFF and the program will start.
Hint
4-46
Switching between run and reset is also possible using an
event input or communications.
For event inputs, refer to 5.8 Using Event Inputs (P. 5-39).
For communications, refer to 5.10 Using Communications
(P. 5-49).
4.13 Manual Operation
4.13 Manual Operation
■ Manual Mode
• In standard control, the MV is manipulated, and in position-proportional control, the amount of valve opening is manipulated.
● Standard Control
Models
• The MANU operation indicator lights in Manual Mode. The PV is
displayed on Display No. 1, the MV is displayed on Display No. 2,
and manu is displayed on Display No. 3.
• To change the MV, press the U and D Keys. The MV is updated
every 50 ms.
• When switching between Manual Mode and Auto Mode, the action
of the MV is balance-less and bumpless.
• Other setting levels can be moved to in Manual Mode. However, the
AT Execute/Cancel parameter cannot be selected and does not
appear on the display.
• Switching between auto and manual is possible a maximum of
100,000 times.
• If switching is performed more than 100,000 times, the auto/manual
settings will not be written to EEPROM.
• During cascade control, if the primary loop is switched to manual
control when the secondary loop is in any of the following conditions,
the manual MV is disabled.
• The secondary loop is in Local SP Mode (cascade open).
• The secondary loop is in Manual Mode.
• The operation set for an error is being performed for the
secondary loop.
● Positionproportional
Control Models
• When a potentiometer is connected, MANU operation indicator
lights in Manual Mode. The PV is displayed on Display No. 1, the
valve opening is displayed on Display No. 2, and manu is displayed
on Display No. 3. When a potentiometer is not connected, Display
No. 2 shows “-----.”
• To turn ON the open output, press the U Key. To turn ON the close
output, press the D Key. The MV is updated every 50 ms.
• When switching between Manual Mode and Auto Mode, the action
of the MV is balance-less, bumpless.
• Other setting levels can be moved to in Manual Mode. However, the
AT Execute/Cancel parameter cannot be selected and does not
appear on the display.
4-47
Settings Required
for Basic Control
• To perform manual operation or to manually set the MV or valve
opening, set the Manual/Auto parameter to manu (Manual), or set
the PF Setting parameter to a-m (Auto/Manual) and then hold down
the PF Key for at least 1 second.
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
• Switching between auto and manual is possible a maximum of
100,000 times.
Settings Required
for Basic Control
• If switching is performed more than 100,000 times, the auto/manual
settings will not be written to EEPROM.
4-48
4.13 Manual Operation
The procedure for switching to Manual Mode during control and
changing the MV is given below.
◆ Auto/Manual Set for PF1 or PF2 Setting
1
25.0
1
25.0
1. Hold down the PF Key set to switch between auto and manual at least 1
second. The MANU indicator will light and the mode will change to Manual.
0.0
manu
1
25.0
To return to Auto Mode, hold down the PF Key for at least 1 second. The
MANU indicator will go OFF and the mode will change to Auto Mode.
0.0
01.01
◆ Auto/Manual Not Set for PF1 or PF2 Setting
1. Press the M Key repeatedly to select a-m (Auto/Manual).
1
25.0
1
a-m
1
1
0.0
01.01
auto
01.01
a-m
2. Press the U Key to switch to manu (Manual). The MANU indicator will light
and the mode will change to Manual.
manu
01.01
25.0
0.0
manu
To resume control, follow the same procedure to switch back to auto
(Auto). The MANU indicator will go OFF and the mode will change to Auto
Mode.
Hint
Switching between Auto and Manual Mode is also possible using an event input or communications.
For event inputs, refer to 5.8 Using Event Inputs (P. 5-39).
For communications, refer to 5.10 Using Communications
(P. 5-49).
4-49
Settings Required
for Basic Control
0.0
01.01
Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
4.14 Changing Channels
■ Changing Channels
Present value (PV) / SP
1CH .8.8.2. 5.0
8.8.8.0.0
01.01
OUT1
Settings Required
for Basic Control
PF1
OUT2 OUT3 OUT4
RST
RSP
HOLD
PF 2
RUN/RST
CH
PV
SV
PRG.
SEG
• On Controllers with more than one input, the channel number
increases by 1 each time the CH Key is pressed and the displayed
channel changes accordingly.
• Only channels that are enabled with the Number of Enabled
Channels parameter can be displayed.
• If the Number of Enabled Channels parameter is set to 2 on a 4point input type, the display will switch through the channels as
follows each time the CH Key is pressed:
Channel 1 → Channel 2 → Channel 1 → Channel 2...
key
● Level after
Changing
Channels
• When changing channels, the level will remain the same as the level
currently being displayed.
● Displayed
Parameter after
Changing
Channels
• The displayed parameter after changing channels is as follows:
1. If the parameter that is currently being displayed will continue to
be displayed if it is enabled for the new channel.
2. If the parameter that is currently being displayed is not enabled
for the new channel because the control method is different or for
any other reason, the next enabled parameter will be displayed.
• When a Manual Mode channel is selected, the display will show the
manual operation display in the Operation Level.
The following is an example of changing channels in the Operation
Level.
Present Value (PV)/SP
1CH
Present Value (PV)/SP
25.0
0.0
01.01
∗ The CH key is disabled on
models with only one channel.
Hint
CH
key
2CH
15 0.0
0.0
01.01
∗ Parameter for selected channel
appears.
If you continue to hold down the CH Key after changing
channels, you will not move to the next channel. To continue changing channels, release and press the CH Key
again.
For more information, refer to 5.4 Display and Key Adjustment Functions (P. 5-18).
4-50
4.15 Adjusting Programs
4.15 Adjusting Programs
The temperature vector will change if the program is changed during
operation when step time operation is used. This section describes the
vector changes.
■ Changing the SP
If the SP is changed during a segment, the present SP will move in a
straight line with the changed SP as the target point.
Settings Required
for Basic Control
SP
Before change
After change
Point of change
Segment N
Segment N+1
Time
■ Changing the Time
If the time is changed during a segment, the slope of the line along
which the present SP moves will change because the time taken to
reach the target will change.
SP
Before change
After change
Point of
change
Time
Segment N
Segment N
Segment N + 1
Segment N + 1
If the segment time after the change is shorter than the elapsed
segment time, the program will immediately move to the next segment.
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Section 4 Settings Required for Basic Control
4.16 Operating Precautions
(1) About four seconds is required for the outputs to turn ON after the power is turned ON. Take this into
consideration when incorporating the Controller into a sequence circuit.
Settings Required
for Basic Control
(2) Using the Controller near radios, televisions, or other wireless devices may cause reception interference.
4-52
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
Input Adjustment Functions ............................................... 5-2
Control Functions .............................................................. 5-8
Output Adjustment Functions .......................................... 5-15
Display and Key Adjustment Functions ........................... 5-18
Protecting Settings .......................................................... 5-23
Alarm Adjustment Functions............................................ 5-25
Program Operation Functions.......................................... 5-28
Using Event Inputs........................................................... 5-39
Using a Transfer Output ................................................... 5-47
Using Communications.................................................... 5-49
5-1
Functions and
Operations
Section 5 Functions and
Operations
Section 5 Functions and Operations
5.1 Input Adjustment Functions
■ Input Correction
• The input value can be corrected using a 2-point correction.
500°C
• A temperature difference that occurs due to the positioning of the
control sensor in respect to the position where the temperature is
required can be rectified using the input correction values.
550°C
● Two-point
Correction
Display
Input Correction 2
Functions and
Operations
Input Value 1 for
8 i5i1 Input Correction
Input Value 2 for
8 i5i2 Input Correction
Input Correction 1
8 i551
Input Correction 2
8 i552
Input Value 2 for
Input Correction
After correction
Before
correction
Input Value 1 for
Input Correction
Input Correction 1
Input
0
Parameter
Setting range
Unit
Default
value
Input Value 1 for Input Correction
−19999 to 99999
EU
−200.0
Input Value 2 for Input Correction
−19999 to 99999
EU
1300.0
Input Correction 1
−199.99 to 999.99
EU
0.00
Input Correction 2
−199.99 to 999.99
EU
0.00
• Straight-line correction is accomplished by setting the Input
Correction 1 parameter to the desired value for the input value set in
the Input Value 1 for Input Correction parameter and setting the
Input Correction 2 parameter to the desired value for the input value
set in the Input Value 2 for Input Correction parameter. Different
degrees of correction may be required for the Input Correction 1 and
Input Correction 2 parameters and thus the slope of the line
between the two points may differ before and after correction.
• Input correction is set separately for each channel. The input
correction settings for inputs 1 to 4 of a Controller with more than
one input correspond to channels 1 to 4. First select a channel with
the CH Key and then set the corresponding input correction values.
5-2
5.1 Input Adjustment Functions
● Obtaining Input
Correction Values
for 2-point
Correction
Preparations
Temperature readings are taken using the E5AR-T/ER-T at any two
points: the actual temperature at the required location (the object) and
the present temperature of the E5AR-T/ER-T.
1. Set the input type based on the sensor.
2. Obtain a temperature sensor that can measure the temperature of the
object as shown in Figure 1.
500°C
(A) E5AR-T Digital
Controller
550°C
(B) Thermometer
● Procedure for
Using a 2-point
Correction
1. Correction will be performed based on the temperature readings at two
points: one near room temperature and one near the desired SP. Measure
the temperature of the object when it is near room temperature and when it
is near the SP (B), and check the corresponding readings of the Controller
(A) at the same temperatures.
2. Set the Input Correction 1 parameter to the difference between the temperature of the object (B) and the Controller reading (A) when near room
temperature,
Object temperature (B) − Controller reading (A)
and set the Input Value 1 for Input Correction parameter to the Controller
reading (A).
3. Set the Input Correction 2 parameter to the difference between the temperature of the object (B) and the corresponding Controller reading (A) when
near the SP,
Object temperature (B) − Controller reading (A)
and set the Input Value 2 for Input Correction parameter to the Controller
reading (A).
4. After making the settings, check the reading of the Controller (A) and the
temperature of the object (B).
5. Correction has now been performed at two points, near room temperature
and near the SP. If you wish to improve the accuracy near the SP, establish
two more correction points above and below the SP. Figure 2 illustrates the
correction.
5-3
Functions and
Operations
Figure 1. Configuration for Input Correction
Section 5 Functions and Operations
Temperature indicated on Controller (A)
After correction
Input Value 1 for
Input Correction
.
=
.
=
Input Value 2 for
Input Correction
Indicated temperature
after adjustment
(e.g., 550.0°C)
Indicated temperature
before adjustment
(e.g., 500.0°C)
Indicated temperature
before adjustment
(e.g., 40.0°C)
Indicated temperature
after adjustment
(e.g., 25.0°C)
Before correction
Input Correction 2
.
Input Correction 1
.
Room temperature
(e.g., 25°C)
Near SP
(e.g., 550°C)
Temperature
indicated on
thermometer (B)
Figure 2. Two-Point Correction
● Example of 2-point
Correction
The following example for a K typing input (1) from −200 to 1300°C.
Input Value 1 for Input Correction
• The temperature of the object is obtained.
Functions and
Operations
i5i.1
40.0
l.adj
At room temperature ((B) = 25°C),
the Controller reading is
(A) = 40.0°C
Input Shift 1
i55.1
-15.00
l.adj
Input Value 2 for Input Correction
i5i.2
500.0
l.adj
Input Shift 2
Near the SP ((B) = 550°C),
the Controller reading is
(A) = 500.0°C
• In this case, the input correction values are obtained as follows:
Input Value 1 for Input Correction = Controller reading (A) = 40.0 (°C)
Input Correction 1
= Temperature of object (B) − Controller reading (A)
= 25 − 40 = −15.00 (°C)
i55.2
50.00
l.adj
5-4
Input Value 2 for Input Correction = Controller reading (A) = 500.0 (°C)
Input Correction 2
= Temperature of object (B) − Controller reading (A)
= 550 − 500 = 50.00 (°C)
5.1 Input Adjustment Functions
■ First Order Lag Operation
First Order Lag
Operation 1 Enabled
lag.1
on
l.2
First Order Lag Operation
1 Time Constant
• A first order lag operation serves as a filter for an input. For a
Controller with more than one input, the operation is set for each of
inputs 1 to 4 in the First Order Lag Operation 1 to 4 parameters.
• To use a first order lag, set the First Order Lag Operation Enabled
parameter to “ON” (the default setting is OFF). The First Order Lag
Operation Time Constant parameter must also be set, and it is set
so that the result of the operation is 0.63 times the input data.
lagp.1
0.0
l.ad2
Input data
A
Operation result
0.63A
Parameter
Setting range
First Order Lag Operation
1 to 4 Enabled
First Order Lag Operation
1 to 4 Time Constants
Unit
Default
value
OFF: Disabled,
ON: Enabled
−
OFF
0.0 to 999.9
s
0.0
■ Moving Average
Movement Average
1 Enabled
maV.1
on
l.2
Move Average 1
Move Average Count
• The moving average operation reduces sudden changes in the input
due to noise and other factors, and can be enabled separately for
each input.
• To use the moving average operation, set the Movement Average
Enabled parameter to “ON” (the default setting is OFF).
• A count must also be selected in the Move Average 1 to 4 Move
Average Count parameter. Selections are 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, and 32
times.
maVp.1
Operation result
Input data
1
l.ad2
Time
Parameter
Movement Average
1 to 4 Enabled
Move Average 1 to 4
Move Average Count
Setting range
Unit
Default
value
OFF: Disabled, ON:
Enabled
−
OFF
1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32
Times
(count)
1
5-5
Functions and
Operations
Time
Time
constant
Section 5 Functions and Operations
■ Broken-line Approximation
Broken-line approximation is used to correct non-linearity in the input.
Twenty broken-line approximation points can be set for input 1.
To use broken-line approximation, set the Broken-line Approximation
enabled parameter to “ON” (the default setting is OFF).
Broken-line approximation includes the Broken-Line Approximation 1
Inputs 1 to 20 and Broken-line Approximation 1 Outputs 1 to 20
parameters. Normalized data is used to set the values so that the
lower limit of the input setting range for input 1 is 0.000 and the upper
limit is 1.000.
● Relation to Input
Types
Broken-line
Approximation 1 Enabled
fnc.1
Functions and
Operations
on
l.2
• Normalized data is used to set the values for broken-line approximation so that the lower limit of the input setting range for input 1 is
0.000 and the upper limit is 1.000. For example, if the input type of
input 1 is J (2) (−20.0 to 400.0°C) and the broken-line approximation
is to be applied to one point, 190.0°C, the values are set as follows:
Operation result
Display value
400.0°C←1.000
Broken-line
Approximation 1 Input 1
fi01.1
295.0°C←0.750
P1
0.000
l.tec
Broken-line
Approximation 1 Output 1
fo01.1
0.000
l.tec
−20.0°C←0.000
0.000
(−20.0°C)
Input
0.500
(190.0°C)
1.000
(400.0°C)
Broken-line Approximation 1 Input 1 = 0.000
Broken-line Approximation 1 Output 1 = 0.000
Broken-line Approximation 1 Input 2 = 0.500
Broken-line Approximation 1 Output 2 = 0.750
Broken-line Approximation 1 Input 3 = 1.000
Broken-line Approximation 1 Output 3 = 1.000
Parameter
Broken-line
Approximation 1 Enabled
Broken-line
Approximation 1 Input 1
to
Broken-line Approximation 1
Input 20
Broken-line Approximation 1
Output 1
to
Broken-line Approximation 1
Output 20
5-6
Setting range
Unit
Default
value
OFF: Disabled,
ON: Enabled
−
OFF
−1.999 to 9.999
−
0.000
−1.999 to 9.999
−
0.000
5.1 Input Adjustment Functions
■ Extraction of Square Root
Extraction of Square Root
1 Enabled
sqr.1
on
l.2
Extraction of Square
Root 1 Low-cut Point
sqrp.1
0.000
l.ad2
• An extraction of square root operation is supported for each input to
allow direct input of the signal from a pressure differential flow meter.
• To use the extraction of square root operation, set the Extraction of
Square Root Enabled parameter to “ON” (the default setting is OFF).
• The extraction of square root function includes an Extraction of
Square Root Low-cut Point parameter that will set the result to 0
when the result of the operation is below the low-cut point. The lowcut point is set for each input using normalized data so that the lower
limit of the input setting range is 0.000 and the upper limit is 1.000.
Operation result
Input data
Parameter
Setting range
Unit
Default
value
Extraction of Square Root 1
to 4 Enabled
OFF: Disabled,
ON: Enabled
−
OFF
Extraction of Square Root
Low-cut Point 1 to 4
0.000 to 9.999
EU
0.000
■ Other Input Adjustments
The following input adjustment functions are also available. These
functions are explained in Section 8 Parameters (P. 8-1).
• Sensor Induction Noise Reduction: Input Initial Setting Level
• PV Decimal Point Display: Input Initial Setting Level
5-7
Functions and
Operations
Low-cut point
Section 5 Functions and Operations
5.2 Control Functions
■ Alarm Sets
• Up to 4 alarm sets with registered alarm values can be created.
Alarm set number
1
2
Alarm Values 1 to 4
240.0
300.0
Alarm Upper Limits 1 to 4
40.0
30.0
Alarm Lower Limits 1 to 4
40.0
30.0
•••
4
● Alarm Values
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value 1
Functions and
Operations
1 1.al-1
0.0
l.alm
Alarm Set 1
Alarm Upper Limit 1
• The alarm values for alarms 1 to 4 are set according to the alarm
type. Alarms for which the Alarm Type parameter is set to 0 (“No
Alarm”) will not be displayed.
• Refer to 4.11 Using Auxiliary Outputs (P. 4-37) for information on
how to set parameters.
• The first number in the setting is the alarm set number.
1 1.al1h
0.0
l.alm
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Lower Limit 1
1 1.al1l
0.0
l.alm
● Procedure
This section describes how to set the Alarm Set 2 Alarm Value 1
parameter. The settings in the following table are used as an example.
Alarm set number
Alarm Value 1
Operation Level
1
5-8
25.0
0.0
01.01
Operation Level (PV/SP)
1
2
250.0
•••
4
5.2 Control Functions
Display Alarm Set Selection
1
d.alm
1
l.alm
U
2
(1) Press the L Key repeatedly to move to the Alarm Set Setting Level
parameter (Display No. 3 will show l.alm.).
(2) Use the U and D Keys to set the Display Alarm Set Setting Selection
parameter to 2.
Alarm Set 2 Alarm Value 1
(3) Press the M Key to select the Alarm Set 2 Alarm Value 1 parameter.
1 2.al-1
(4) Use the U and D Keys to set the value to 250.0.
0.0 250.0
l.alm U
SP Upper Limit
1
sl-h
1300.0
l.1
SP Lower Limit
1
sl-l
-200.0
l.1
SP upper and lower limits can be set within the input setting range.
If an SP limit is changed so that the SP is outside of the limit, the
previous SP set value will be automatically changed to the new value
of the SP limit.
Example: Initially, the SP is 200°C, the SP upper limit is 300°C, and
the SP lower limit is 100°C. If the SP upper limit is
changed to 150°C, the SP will fall outside of the SP limit
range of 100 to 150°C, and thus will be changed to 150°C.
If the Input Type, Temperature Unit, or scaling parameters are
changed, the SP upper and lower limits will be reset to the upper and
lower limits of the input setting range.
The SP limits are set separately for each channel.
Input temperature setting range
SP limits
Setting range
Change to
Upper Limit
SP Upper Limit
changed.
A
O
C
B
X
(setting not possible)
SP
Input temperature setting range
Input type
changed.
SP
C
B
O (setting is possible)
Set value SP Upper Limit and SP Lower Limit
Upper Limit to Lower Limit of Sensor Range
5-9
Functions and
Operations
■ SP Limits
Section 5 Functions and Operations
■ PID Sets
The E5AR-T/ER-T allows parameters to be grouped for use in PID
control. A group of parameters is called a PID set. A PID set consists
of the following parameters.
PID set number
1
2
P (Proportional Band)
20.50
35.70
I (Integral Time)
240.0
300.0
D (Derivative Time)
40.0
30.0
MV Upper Limit
105.0
95.0
MV Lower Limit
−5.0
5.0
Automatic Selection Range
Upper Limit
200.0
400.0
•••
8
Functions and
Operations
• Select the PID set number in the Display PID Selection parameter of
the PID Setting Level, and set the value for each PID constant.
● Procedure
Set the P (Proportional Band) parameter of PID set 3 to 50.00% FS.
Display PID * Selection
1
d.pid
1
l.pid
U
3
2. Use the U and D Keys to set the Display PID Selection parameter to 3.
3. Press the M Key to select the PID 3 Proportional Band parameter. To
check the PID set number, use the leading digit of the parameter.
PID 3 Proportional Band
1
3.p
10.00
l.pid
1. Press the L Key repeatedly to move to the PID Setting Level (Display No.
3 will show l.pid).
U
50.00
● Automatic
Selection of the
PID Set
4. Use the U and D Keys to set the value to 50.00.
• One of the PID set numbers 1 to 8 can be set in the PID Set Number
parameter in the Program Setting Level. If the PID Set Number
parameter is set to 0, the PID set will be automatically selected (PID
Set Automatic Selection).
• If the PID Set Number parameter is set to 0 for channels 2 to 4
during coordinated operation or for the secondary side (Channel 2)
during cascade control, the PID set number selected for channel 1
will be used.
• If the PID Set Number parameter is set to 0, the PID set will be
automatically selected based on the pre-set conditions (PID Set
Automatic Selection).
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5.2 Control Functions
PID set
Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit
1
200.0
2
400.0
3
500.0
4
600.0
5
700.0
6
800.0
7
1000.0
8
1300.0
PV (present
value (PV)) 24.00
In the example at left, the PID Set Automatic Selection Data parameter
is set to “PV.”
When PV ≤ 200.0°C, PID Set 1 is used
When 200.0 < PV ≤ 400.0°C, PID Set 2 is used
The PID Automatic Selection Range Upper Limit parameters are set
so that the values increase as the PID set numbers increase.
Internal fixed
value: 999.9% FS
The value for PID set 8 is internally fixed so that the Automatic
Selection Range Upper Limit parameter is set to 999.9% FS.
To prevent chattering when changing PID sets, hysteresis can be set
in the PID Set Automatic Selection Hysteresis parameter.
The PV, DV (deviation), or SP can be set for the PID Set Automatic
Selection Data parameter.
Setting range
Default
value
Unit
PID Set Number
0: Automatic
1 to 8: PID Sets 1 to 8
−
0
PID Sets 1 to 8 Automatic
Selection Range Upper Limit
−19999 to 99999
EU
1450.0
PID Set Automatic Selection
Data
0: PV, 1: DV, 2: SP
−
0: PV
PID Set Automatic Selection
Hysteresis
0.10 to 99.99
%FS
0.50
■ Operating Programs Using Multiple Channels
● Models with Two
Inputs
Independent operation or coordinated operation can be used when 2channel standard control or 2-channel heating/cooling control is
selected.
Note: Multi-channel program operation is not possible if heating/
cooling control is selected for a model with two outputs.
(1) Independent
Operation
The following table shows the number of programs if the Independent
Operation/Coordinated Operation parameter is set to “Independent
Operation.”
Channel 1
Number of
segments
Number of
programs
Setting
range
Channel 2
Number of
programs
Setting
range
8
16
1 to 16
16
1 to 16
12
10
1 to 10
10
1 to 10
16
8
1 to 8
8
1 to 8
20
6
1 to 6
6
1 to 6
32
4
1 to 4
4
1 to 4
5-11
Functions and
Operations
Parameter
Section 5 Functions and Operations
(2) Coordinated
Operation
• Coordinated operation based on
channel 1 is possible when the
Independent
Operation/Coordinated Operation parameter is set
to “Coordinated Operation.” The
program will be the same for both
channel 1 and channel 2.
• As shown in the diagram on the
right, coordinated operation is
enabled when the channel 1
program pattern is input to the
channel 2 remote SP.
Channel 1 Present
Set Point
or PV
SP offset
±
RSP
Channel 2
CH2
Temperature
SP Offset
CH1
• The present SP or the PV can be
set as the program pattern from
Time
channel 1. If the PV is set and
channel 1 has an input error, an RSP input error will occur for
channel 2.
Functions and
Operations
• An offset can be set for channel 2.
• Any change in the Run/Reset parameter selection for channel 1 will
also be changed for channel 2. The channel 2 Run/Reset parameter
can, however, be set independently.
• Advance, hold, and back segment operations will be executed for
both channels.
● Models with Four
Inputs
• Coordinated operation based on
channel 1 is possible. The program
will be the same, therefore, for all
channels.
Channel 1
Present Set
Point or PV
RSP
Channel 3
Channel 4
• As shown in the diagram on the Channel 2
right, coordinated operation is
enabled when the channel 1 Offset can be set for channels 2 to 4.
program pattern is input to the remote SP for channels 2 to 4.
The present SP or the PV can be set as the program pattern from
channel 1. If the PV is set and channel 1 has an input error, an RSP
input error will occur for channels 2 to 4.
• Any change in the Run/Reset parameter selection for channel 1 will
also be changed for channels 2 to 4. Each Run/Reset parameter for
channels 2 to 4 can, however, be set independently.
• Advance, hold, and back segment operations will be executed for all
channels.
5-12
5.2 Control Functions
■ Disturbance Overshoot Adjustment
Disturbance Overshoot
Adjustment Function
1
dost
on
l.exc
• The disturbance overshoot adjustment function adjusts the control
waveform when disturbance occurs.
• To use this function, set the Disturbance Overshoot Adjustment
Function parameter to “ON” (the default setting is “OFF”).
• The disturbance response waveform can be adjusted using the
Disturbance Gain and Disturbance Time Constant parameters.
● Disturbance Gain
1
dogn
0.65
l.adj
• The Disturbance Gain parameter can be increased to reduce
overshooting when disturbance occurs.
• The Disturbance Gain parameter can be decreased to increase
overshooting when disturbance occurs.
• When the Disturbance Gain parameter is set to 0, the disturbance
overshoot adjustment function does not operate.
Functions and
Operations
Disturbance Gain
When disturbance gain is 1
Temperature
When disturbance gain is −0.5
When disturbance gain is 0
When disturbance gain is 0.5
SP
When disturbance gain is 1
0
Time
● Disturbance Time
Constant
Disturbance Time Constant
1
dotc
1.00
l.adj
• The reset time after disturbance can be lengthened by increasing
the disturbance time constant. (The default value of 1 is normally
used for the disturbance time constant. If adjustment of the disturbance gain alone is not sufficient, this value can be adjusted for finetuning.)
Temperature
When disturbance time constant is 1
When disturbance time constant is 2
SP
0
Time
• The waveform may vary from that in the diagram depending on
differences in the object of control and differences in PID constants.
5-13
Section 5 Functions and Operations
● Conditions for Activating Disturbance Overshoot Adjustment
Disturbance Rectification Band
1
do-b
0.000
l.adj
Disturbance Judgement Width
Functions and
Operations
1
dojw
0.00
l.adj
• If the deviation is greater than the value set for the Disturbance
Judgement Width parameter after the PV is rectified to the value set
for the Disturbance Rectification Band parameter, the disturbance
overshoot adjustment function is activated.
• When the disturbance judgement width is a positive value, disturbance overshoot adjustment will activate when a disturbance occurs
that makes the PV fall. When the disturbance judgement width is a
negative value, disturbance overshoot adjustment will activate when
a disturbance occurs that makes the PV rise.
• Disturbance overshoot adjustment is not activated in the following
situations:
• When the Disturbance Rectification Band or Disturbance
Judgement Width parameter is set to 0.
• When the SP is changed (when the SP change width exceeds
the disturbance rectification band)
• During AT
• During ON/OFF control (P = 0.00)
• During PD control (I = 0.00)
• The Disturbance Rectification Band and Disturbance Judgement
Width parameters are set as percentages of FS. As such, if the input
type is K (1) (-200.0 to 1300.0°C) and you wish to set the disturbance judgement width to 15.0°C,
15.0°C/1500.0°C × 100 = 1.00% FS
The Disturbance Judgement Width parameter is thus set to 1.00.
Temperature
Disturbance
rectification
band
No disturbance overshoot adjustment
SP
Disturbance
judgement
width
Disturbance overshoot adjustment
Time
Parameter
5-14
Setting range
Unit
Default
value
Disturbance Overshoot
Adjustment Function
OFF: Disabled,
ON: Enabled
−
OFF
Disturbance Gain
−1.00 to 1.00
−
0.65
Disturbance Time Constant
0.01 to 99.99
−
1.00
Disturbance Rectification
Band
0.000 to 9.999
%FS
0.000
Disturbance Judgement
Width
−99.99 to 99.99
%FS
0.00
5.3 Output Adjustment Functions
5.3 Output Adjustment Functions
■ MV Limits
1 1.ol-h
100.0
l.pid
MV Lower Limit
1 1.ol-l
0.0
l.pid
• Upper and lower limits can be applied to the output of the calculated
MV.
• When using ON/OFF control, the MV will be the value set for the MV
Upper Limit parameter when the output is ON and the value set for
the MV Lower Limit parameter when the output is OFF.
• The MV limit function does not operate when floating control is
selected on a Position-proportional Control Model.
• The following MVs take precedence over the MV limit function.
Manual MV
MV at Reset
MV at PV Error
• MV Upper Limit and MV Lower Limit parameters can also be set in
PID sets.
Output
100%
MV Upper Limit
MV Lower Limit
0%
• For heating/cooling control, overall upper and lower limits are set for
heating and cooling. (Separate limits cannot be set.)
Output
Heating MV
Cooling MV
MV Upper Limit
MV Lower Limit
Parameter
Setting range
Unit
Default
value
Standard control:
MV lower limit + 0.1 to 105.0
%
100.0
Heating/cooling control:
0.0 to 105.0
%
100.0
Standard control:
−5.0 to MV upper limit −0.1
%
0.0
Heating/cooling control:
−105.0 to 0.0
%
−100.0
MV Upper Limit
MV Lower Limit
5-15
Functions and
Operations
MV Upper Limit
Section 5 Functions and Operations
■ MV Change Rate Limit
MV Change Rate Limit (Heating)
1
orl
0.0
l.adj
MV Change Rate Limit (Cooling)
1
corl
0.0
l.adj
MV Change Rate Limit Mode
1
orlm
Functions and
Operations
0
l.exc
• The MV Change Rate Limit parameter is used to restrict the rate of
change in the MV as a percentage per second (or in the opening of
a valve for a Position-proportional Controller Model). If a change
occurs in the MV that exceeds this setting, the MV is changed by the
set limit each second until the required value is attained. When the
limit is set to 0.0, the function is disabled.
• For standard control, use the MV Change Rate Limit (Heating)
parameter. The MV Change Rate Limit (Cooling) parameter cannot
be used.
• For heating/cooling control, separate limits can be set for heating
and cooling. The MV Change Rate Limit (Heating) parameter is
used for heating and the MV Change Rate Limit (Cooling) parameter
is used for cooling.
• The MV Change Rate Limit parameters cannot be used in the
following conditions:
• Manual Mode
• During AT
• During ON/OFF control (P=0.00)
• When control is stopped (MV Output at Stop)
• During MV Output at PV error
• If you wish only to limit the rate of increase in the MV, set the MV
Change Rate Limit Mode parameter to 1.
Parameter
5-16
Setting range
Unit
Default
value
MV Change Rate Limit
(Heating)
0.0 to 100.0
%/s
0.0
MV Change Rate Limit
(Cooling)
0.0 to 100.0
%/s
0.0
MV Change Rate Limit
Mode
0: Increase/decrease
1: Increase only
−
0
5.3 Output Adjustment Functions
■ MV at Reset
MV at Reset
1
mV-r
0.0
l.adj
• This parameter specifies the value of the MV when control is
stopped.
In heating/cooling control, a negative value is used for the cooling
MV. Thus when the MV at Reset parameter is positive, the MV will
be sent to the heating output, and when negative the MV will be sent
to the cooling output.
The default setting is 0.0, which means there is no output at a reset
for either standard or heating/cooling control.
Parameter
MV at Reset
Setting range
−5.0 to 105.0
(Standard control)
−105.0 to 105.0
(Heating/cooling control)
Unit
%
Default
value
0.0
■ MV at PV Error
MV at PV Error
1
mV-e
0.0
l.adj
This parameter is used to output a fixed MV when an input error, or
remote SP input error occurs.
When position-proportional control is selected, the MV at PV Error
parameter also functions when a potentiometer input error occurs
(when the Operation at Potentiometer Input Error parameter is set to
“Stop” or “Close”).
When control is stopped, the setting of the MV at Reset parameter
takes precedence. In Manual Mode, the manual MV takes precedence.
Parameter
MV at PV Error for
Standard Control
Models
MV at PV Error
for Position-proportional Control Models
Setting range
−5.0 to 105.0
(Standard control)
−105.0 to 105.0
(Heating/cooling control)
−1: Closed output ON (Valve
closed)
0: No output (valve opening
hold)
1: Open output ON (Valve
open)
Unit
Default
value
%
0.0
−
0
Note: The order of priority of the MV parameter settings is
Manual MV > MV at Reset > MV at PV Error.
5-17
Functions and
Operations
Note: The order of priority of the MV parameter settings is
Manual MV > MV at Reset > MV at PV Error.
Section 5 Functions and Operations
5.4 Display and Key Adjustment Functions
■ Display Scan
The display scan function is used to automatically change display
channels on a Controller with more than one input.
This function applies only to channels that are enabled in the Number
of Enabled Channels parameter. If the Number of Enabled Channels
parameter is set to 3, channels 1, 2, and 3 are displayed.
● Starting/Stopping
the Display Scan
The display scan can be started automatically after turning ON the
power supply or by pressing the CH Key.
To stop the display scan, hold down the
CH
Key for at least 1 second.
Functions and
Operations
Use the Start Display Scan after Power ON and Display Scan Period
parameters to specify how the display scan operates.
Set values
Start Display Scan
after Power ON
OFF
ON
Start Display Scan
at Power ON
sc-m
off
l.4
Display Scan Period
sc-t
2
l.4
Display Scan
Period
0 (=OFF)
1 to 99
0 (=OFF)
1 to 99
Display scan
status after
turning ON
power
Display scan
control using
CH
Key
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
• If the PF1 Setting or PF2 Setting parameter is set to “CH” (CH Key),
the PF1 or PF2 Key can be used as a CH Key. If the CH Key is not
set for a function key, automatic starting of the display scan after
turning ON the power is also disabled.
• When the display scan is enabled, use the
the display scan.
CH
Key to start or stop
• To start the display scan, hold down the CH Key in the Operation
Level, Program Setting Level, Adjustment Level, Adjustment 2 Level,
Alarm Set Setting Level, PID Setting Level, Time Signal Setting
Level, Approximation Setting Level, or Monitor Item Level. Display
No. 1 will start to flash after the key is held down for 1 second, and
after the key is held down for another 2 seconds, the display will stop
flashing and the display scan will begin.
• If the CH Key is held down for more than 1 second during the
display scan, the display scan will stop.
• During the display scan, only the CH Key is enabled. To use any
other keys, the display scan must first be stopped with the CH Key.
• The Channel Indicator in Manual Mode shows the manual operation
display.
5-18
5.4 Display and Key Adjustment Functions
● Example of Display Scan Operation
Power ON
Initial state
8
PV/Present Set Point
88888
. . . .
8. 8. 8.8 .8
8. 8.8 .8
Normal operation
250
.
1
1 0 0 .0
0 1. 0 1
CH
Auto startup at power ON
• Start Display Scan after Power ON is “ON.”
• Display Scan Period is not 0.
• CH key is enabled.
: Starts display scan
• Display Scan Period is not 0.
CH
for 1 second: display flashes.
PV/Present Set Point
500
.
2
CH
PV/Present Set Point
1
250
.
1 0 0 .0
0 1. 0 1
for 2 seconds or more
PV/Present Set Point
500
.
2
Functions and
Operations
2 0 0 .0
0 1. 0 1
Display scan
Operation
2 0 0 .0
0 1. 0 1
Display automatically changes to next channel
when the period in Display Scan Period parameter elapses.
CH
Display scan stopped.
: Stops display scan
CH
1 second or more
PV/Present Set Point
2
Normal operation
500
.
2 0 0 .0
0 1. 0 1
Channel indication is not updated when display scan stops
(in above example, display remains at channel 2).
5-19
Section 5 Functions and Operations
■ PF Settings (Function Keys)
• The PF1 and PF2 Keys serve as function keys, and the functions of
these keys can be selected.
PF1 Setting
pf1
r-r
l.adf
PF2 Setting
pf2
prg
l.adf
Functions and
Operations
Set values
Description
Function
OFF: off
Disabled
Does not operate as a function key.
RUN: run
Run
Executes run for the currently displayed channel.
RST: rst
Reset
Resets the currently displayed channel.
P-R: r-r
Run/Reset
Executes run/reset for the currently displayed channel.
ARUN: arun
Run All
Executes run for all channels.
ARST: arst
Reset All
Resets for all channels.
HOLD: hold
Hold/Clear Hold
Executes and clears hold for the currently displayed channel.
AHON: ahon
Hold All
Executes hold for all channels.
AHOF: ahof
Clear Hold All
Clears hold for all channels.
ADV: adv
Advance
Executes an advance for the currently displayed channel.
AADV: aadv
Advance All
Executes an advance for all channels.
Bak: bak
Back
Executes a back operation for the currently displayed channel.
ABAK: abak
Back All
Executes a back operation for all channels.
AT: at
AT Execute/Cancel
Starts and cancels AT execution.
AT is executed for the currently selected PID set.
A-M: a-m
A/M Key
Starts auto/manual operation for the currently displayed channel.
PRG: prg
Select Program (PRG Key)
Changes the program number (the program number is incremented by 1).
PFDP: pfdp
Monitor/Setting Item
Displays monitor/setting items.
Set the Monitor/Setting Item 1 to Monitor/Setting Item 5
parameters (Advanced Function Setting Level).
CH: ch
CH
Key
Switches channels.
• Hold down the PF1 or PF2 Key for at least 1 second to execute the
function set in the PF1 Setting or PF2 Setting parameter, except for
the following exceptions: The key will operate as soon as it is
pressed if any of the following is set: Program, Monitor/Setting Item,
or CH Key. When run or reset operations are set, the key must be
pressed for at least 1 second for run, but for at least 2 seconds for
reset.
5-20
5.4 Display and Key Adjustment Functions
* The default settings for the function keys are as follows:
PF1 Setting: r-r (Run/Reset)
PF2 Setting: prg (Program)
The default setting is CH Key for models with more than one input
channel.
* With the exception of the “Select Program,” “Monitor/Setting Item,”
and “ CH Key” settings, the function keys are effective only in the
following levels: Operation, Program Setting, Adjustment,
Adjustment 2, Alarm Set Setting, PID Setting, Time Signal Setting,
Approximation Setting, Monitor Item, and Protect Levels.
• A key set for “Program” is effective only in Operation Level.
• A key set for “ CH Key” is effective in all levels.
The keys are effective only when the PF Key Protection parameter is
set to “OFF.”
* Operation Adjustment Protection and Setting Change Protection
do not apply to the function keys.
Parameter settings can be changed and saved using function keys
if the key is set to the corresponding function.
● Monitor/Setting
Item
The PF1 Setting or PF2 Setting parameter can be set to pfdp
(Monitor/Setting Item) to display monitor/settings using a function key.
The content to be displayed is set for each channel in the Monitor/
Setting Item 1 to Monitor/Setting Item 5 parameters of the corresponding function key.
The selections are shown in the following table. Refer to the descriptions of individual parameters for the setting or monitor ranges.
PF1 Monitor/Setting Item 1
Setting
Item 5
pf1.1
pVsp
pf1.5
l.adf off
l.adf
PF2 Monitor / Setting Item 1
Setting
Item 5
pf2.1
pVsp
pf2.5
l.adf off
l.adf
Remarks
Set value
Description
Monitor/Setting
OFF
PVSP
PVDV
SEG.R
P
I
D
AL-1
AL1H
AL1L
AL-2
AL2H
AL2L
AL-3
AL3H
AL3L
AL-4
AL4H
AL4L
Disabled
PV/SP/MV
PV/Deviation
Remaining Segment Time
Proportional Band (P)
Integral Time (I)
Derivative Time (D)
Alarm 1
Alarm Upper Limit 1
Alarm Lower Limit 1
Alarm 2
Alarm Upper Limit 2
Alarm Lower Limit 2
Alarm 3
Alarm Upper Limit 3
Alarm Lower Limit 3
Alarm 4
Alarm Upper Limit 4
Alarm Lower Limit 4
Can be set (SP)
Monitor only
Monitor only
Can be set
Can be set
Can be set
Can be set
Can be set
Can be set
Can be set
Can be set
Can be set
Can be set
Can be set
Can be set
Can be set
Can be set
Can be set
Display
−
−
seg.r
p
i
d
al-1
al1h
al1l
al-2
al2h
al2l
al-3
al3h
al3l
al-4
al4h
al4l
5-21
Functions and
Operations
• A key set for “Monitor/Setting Item” is effective only in Protect
Level.
Section 5 Functions and Operations
Functions and
Operations
◆Displaying the Monitor/Setting Item
To display the Monitor/Setting Item, press the function key in
Operation Level, Program Setting Level, Adjustment Level,
Adjustment 2 Level, Alarm Set Setting Level, PID Setting Level,
Time Signal Setting Level, Approximation Setting Level, or Monitor
Item Level.
Press the key repeatedly to scroll from the Monitor/Setting Item 1 to
the Monitor/Setting Item 5 parameters. After the Monitor/Setting
Item 5 parameter, the display changes to the first parameter in
Operation Level.
* If any of settings for the Monitor/Setting Item 1 to Monitor/Setting
Item 5 parameters are disabled, those settings will not appear and
the display will show the next enabled setting.
* If another key is pressed during display of a Monitor/Setting Item
parameter, the following will take place:
• If the Mode or Level Key is pressed, the first parameter in
Operation Level will be displayed.
• If a function key set as a channel key is pressed, the channel
will change and the first parameter in Operation Level of the
new channel will be displayed.
• If the other function key is pressed and it is also set to Monitor/
Setting Items, the first monitor/setting item set for that key will
be displayed.
• If the other function key is pressed and it is set to a function
other than Monitor/Setting Items, the set function will be
activated.
* Display No. 3 operates as follows while displaying Monitor/Setting
Items:
• If the PV, SP, or MV is displayed, Display No. 3 monitors shows
the MV.
• Otherwise, the display goes OFF.
■ Other Display and Key Adjustment Functions
Other display and key adjustment functions are available. These
functions are explained in Section 8 Parameters.
Parameter
5-22
Level
Bar Graph Display Item (E5AR-T only)
Display Adjustment Level
Automatic Display Return Time
Display Adjustment Level
Display Refresh Period
Display Adjustment Level
Monitor Item Level Setting
Display Adjustment Level
PV Decimal Point Display
Initial Setting Level
5.5 Protecting Settings
5.5 Protecting Settings
■ Protection
Protection is used to restrict access to settings in order to prevent
accidental changes to the settings. The following protection can be
set: Operation Adjustment Protection, Initial Setting Protection, Setting
Change Protection, and PF Key Protection.
Operation Adjustment Protection restricts key operations in Operation
Level, Program Setting Level, Adjustment Level, Adjustment 2 Level,
Alarm Set Setting Level, PID Setting Level, Time Signal Setting Level,
Approximation Setting Level, and Monitor Item Level.
Operation Adjustment Protection
Operation
oapt
0
l.prt
Set
value
PV, Fixed
SP, or
Program
Number
Other
Program
Setting Level,
Adjustment
Level, and
Adjustment 2
Level
Alarm Set
Setting Level,
PID Setting
Level, Time
Signal Setting
Level,
Approximation
Level and
Monitor Item
Level
0
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
1
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Prohibited
2
Enabled
Enabled
Prohibited
Prohibited
3
Enabled
Prohibited
Prohibited
Prohibited
4
Restrictions*
Prohibited
Prohibited
Prohibited
* The Program Number parameter is prohibited.
Enabled:
No restrictions (Parameters can be displayed or
changed, and the level can be entered.)
Restrictions: Some restrictions apply. (Parameters can be displayed
but not changed.)
Prohibited: The parameters are completely protected. (Parameters
cannot be displayed and the level can be entered.)
• The default setting is 0.
5-23
Functions and
Operations
● Operation
Adjustment
Protection
Section 5 Functions and Operations
● Initial Setting
Protection
Initial Setting Protection restricts access to the Input Initial Setting,
Control Initial Setting, Control Initial Setting 2, Alarm Setting, Display
Adjustment, and Communications Setting Levels.
Move to Control Initial Setting,
Control Initial Setting 2, Alarm
Setting, Display Adjustment, or
Communications Setting Level
Initial Setting Protection
Set
value
icpt
0
l.prt
Move to Input Initial
Setting Level
0
Enabled
Move to Advanced Function Setting Level parameter is displayed.
Enabled
1
Enabled
Move to Advanced Function Setting Level parameter is not displayed.
Enabled
2
Prohibited
Prohibited
Functions and
Operations
• When the Initial Setting Protection parameter is set to 2, nothing
happens when the Level Key is held down to move to Input Initial
Setting Level from Operation Level, Program Setting Level,
Adjustment Level, Adjustment 2 Level, Alarm Set Setting Level, PID
Setting Level, Time Signal Setting Level, Approximation Setting
Level, or Monitor Item Level. (The flashing display to indicate
movement to another level also does not appear.)
• The default setting is 0.
● Setting Change
Protection
Setting Change Protection
wtpt
off
l.prt
Setting Change Protection prevents use of the U and D Keys.
Set
value
Description
OFF
Keys can be used to change settings.
ON
Keys cannot be used to change settings. (However, settings
can be changed in Protect Level.)
• The default setting is OFF.
● PF Key Protection
PF Key Protection
pfpt
off
l.prt
PF Key Protection prevents use of the PF1/PF2 Keys.
Set
value
Description
OFF
PF1/PF2 Keys are enabled.
ON
PF1/PF2 Keys are disabled.
(Prohibits use as a function key or a channel key.)
• The default setting is OFF.
5-24
5.6 Alarm Adjustment Functions
5.6 Alarm Adjustment Functions
■ Alarm Hysteresis
Alarm 1 Hysteresis
1
Alarm 4 hysteresis
alh1
alh4
1 0.02
• Hysteresis can be applied when alarm outputs turn ON and OFF, as
shown below.
Upper-limit alarm
l.3 0.02
l.3
Lower-limit alarm
Alarm hysteresis
Alarm hysteresis
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Alarm value
Alarm value
Functions and
Operations
• Alarm hysteresis can be set separately for each alarm in the Alarm 1
to 4 Hysteresis parameters.
• All default values are 0.02 (%FS).
■ Standby Sequence
Standby Sequence Reset
1
rest
a
l.3
● Standby Sequence
Reset
• A standby sequence is used to delay alarm output until the PV
leaves the alarm range once and then subsequently enters it again.
• For example, for a lower-limit alarm, the PV is normally smaller than
the SP when the power is turned ON and thus is within the alarm
range, which would cause the alarm output to turn ON. However, if a
“Lower Limit Alarm with Standby Sequence” is selected, the alarm
output will not turn ON until the PV rises above the alarm set value
and out of the alarm range, and then falls below the alarm value.
• The standby sequence is canceled when an alarm output occurs,
and then restarts based on conditions specified in the Standby
Sequence Reset parameter.
• Conditions A:
At the start of operation (including after turning ON power),
When the alarm value (alarm upper or lower limit) is changed,
When the input correction (Input Value 1 for Input Correction, Input
Correction 1, Input Value 2 for Input Correction, or Input Correction 2
parameter) is changed,
When the SP of the current segment is changed (including changing
the fixed SP in Fixed SP Mode),
When program is started (including when the program is started for
program repetitions or program links), or
When the segment is changed (including when an advance is
executed).
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Section 5 Functions and Operations
• Conditions B:
When power is turned ON
• The Standby Sequence Reset parameter is used for all of Alarms 1
to 4.
• The default setting is 0 (Conditions A).
■ Alarm Latch
Alarm 1 Latch
1
a1lt
a4lt
1 off
Alarm 4 latch
l.3 off
l.3
• The alarm latch is used to make an alarm output that has turned ON
remain ON until the power is turned OFF, regardless of the temperature.
• The alarm latch can be canceled by turning the power OFF or by
using a communications command.
• An alarm latch can be set separately for each alarm in the Alarm 1
to 4 Latch parameters.
Functions and
Operations
• The default setting is 0 (OFF).
■ Close in Alarm/Open in Alarm
Auxiliary Output 1 Open in Alarm
1
sb1n
sb4n
1 n-o
Auxiliary Output 1 Open in Alarm
l.3 n-o
l.3
• When the Auxiliary Output Open in Alarm parameter is set to “Close
in Alarm,” the alarm output state is output as is. When it is set to
“Open in Alarm,” the alarm output state is inverted before being
output.
• “Close in Alarm” or “Open in Alarm” can be set separately for each
auxiliary output in the Auxiliary Output 1 to 10 Close in Alarm
parameters.
• The default setting is n-o (Close in Alarm).
Parameter
setting
Auxiliary
output function
Auxiliary
output
Operation
indicator
Close in Alarm:
n-o
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
Open in Alarm:
n-c
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
• The auxiliary outputs are OFF (open) while the power is turned OFF.
Also, the auxiliary outputs require approximately 2 seconds after the
power is turned ON before they are activated.
■ Alarm SP Selection
The set point that triggers a deviation alarm during ramp operation can
be set to either the present SP or the target SP.
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5.6 Alarm Adjustment Functions
• The following example summarizes alarm operation. (In this
example, a “Lower Limit Alarm with Standby Sequence” and “Close
in Alarm” are selected).
Alarm Type: Lower Limit Alarm with Standby Sequence
Alarm hysteresis
Alarm value
PV
Time
Standby sequence canceled
Alarm output function
Alarm output
Display
characters
alt ∗
a ∗ lt
alh ∗
rest
sb ∗ n
Parameter
Alarm 1 to 4
Type
Alarm 1 to 4
Latch
Alarm 1 to 4
Hysteresis
Standby
Sequence Reset
Auxiliary Output
1 to 10
Open in Alarm
Level
(Display No. 3)
Alarm Setting
(l.3)
Alarm Setting
(l.3)
Alarm Setting
(l.3)
Alarm Setting
(l.3)
Alarm Setting
(l.3)
ON
OFF
ON (closed)
OFF (open)
Use
Sets the alarm type.
Alarm output latch
Alarm output hysteresis
Sets standby sequence
reset conditions.
Close in Alarm or Open
in Alarm
∗: 1 to 4 or 1 to 10.
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Functions and
Operations
● Alarm Operation
Summary
Section 5 Functions and Operations
5.7 Program Operation Functions
■ Rate of Rise Programming
SP
Rate of Rise
Time Unit of Ramp
Rate
N
N+1
Ramp segment
Soak segment
Time
Functions and
Operations
• With rate of rise programming, the program is set using 3 element:
SP, rate of rise, and time. If selecting rate of rise programming, set
the Step Time/Rate of Rise Programming parameter to “Rate of Rise
Programming.”
• The Segment Time parameter can be set to between 0.00 and 99.59
(hours.minutes or minutes.seconds) or between 0.00.0 and 99.59.9
(minutes.seconds.tenths of seconds). The default is 0.00 or 0.00.0.
• The Time Unit of Ramp Rate parameter can be set to 10 hours,
hours, minutes, or seconds. The default is minutes.
• If the Segment Rate of Rise parameter is set to 0, the ramp segment
is skipped and the soak segment is continued.
• In ramp segments, the SP of the previous segment is used as the
starting point and the rate of rise for the current segment is
continued in a straight line. The point reached when the time for the
current segment has passed then becomes the present SP.
● Operation at Reset
Parameter Set to
Stop Control
Ramp settings are for even-numbered segments by setting the SP and
rate of rise.
• The following table shows an example setting. The Time Unit of
Ramp Rate parameter is set to “Time.”
Segment No.
Segment Set
Point
Segment Rate of
Rise
Segment Time
(hours:minutes)
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1
2
3
4
5
6
•••
30.0
100.0
---
200.0
---
150.0
•••
---
7.0
---
5.0
---
5.0
•••
6:00
---
0:00
---
14:00
---
•••
5.7 Program Operation Functions
SP
Seg- Segment 2
ment 1
Segment 4
Segment 5
Segment 6
20:00
14:00
10:00
200.0
150.0
100.0
30.0
6:00
10:00
Time (h:min)
• With rate of rise programming, the settings are made in blocks of
two segments, so the final soak time cannot be set if the Number of
Segments Used parameter is set to an even number. Therefore, the
final segment will be a soak segment if the Number of Segments
Used parameter is set to an odd number and will be a ramp segment
if set to an even number.
● Operation at Reset
Parameter Set to
Use Fixed Control
Ramp settings are made for odd-numbered segments by setting the
SP and rate of rise.
• The following table shows a setting example. The Time Unit of Ramp
Rate parameter is set to “Time.”
Segment No.
Segment Set
Point
Segment Rate of
Rise
Segment Time
(hours:minutes)
SP
1
2
3
4
5
•••
100.0
---
200.0
---
150.0
•••
7.0
---
5.0
---
5.0
•••
---
0:00
---
14:00
---
•••
Segment 1
Segment 3
Segment 4
Segment 5
10:00
20:00
14:00
10:00
200.0
150.0
100.0
FSP
(=30.0)
Time (h:min)
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Functions and
Operations
• For the E5AR-T/ER-T, Step Time programming is used for segment
1. The rate of rise programming can be selected to start from the
segment 1 SP or from a PV start with slope priority.
Section 5 Functions and Operations
• With rate of rise programming, the settings are made in blocks of
two segments, so the final soak time cannot be set if the Number of
Segments Used parameter is set to an odd number. Therefore, the
final segment will be a soak segment if the Number of Segments
Used parameter is set to an even number and will be a ramp
segment if set to an odd number.
● Changing Set
Values
If the rate of rise setting is changed in the middle of a segment, the
segment time for the ramp period changes as well as the rate of rise
for the present SP.
SP
After change
Point of change
Before change
Functions and
Operations
Time
Before change
After change
Segment N
Segment N
Segment N+1
Segment N+1
• In the above diagram, the increased rate of rise results in a shorter
time for that segment.
• Similarly, if the SP is changed, the segment time for the ramp period
is also changed.
• If the soak time is changed, only the segment time for the soak
period is changed.
■ Program Operations
This section describes the parameters used during program operation.
● Advance
• An advance operation moves to the start of the next segment.
• An advance operation moves forward to the end of the present
segment each time the Advance parameter is set to “ON.” The
Advance parameter turns OFF once the next segment has been
reached.
• An advance operation cannot be executed during reset.
● Hold
• A hold operation forces the program to maintain steady-state control
at the segment set point.
• The timer is stopped when the Hold parameter is set to “ON” and
restarts when the Hold parameter is set to “OFF.”
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5.7 Program Operation Functions
• The hold is cleared under the following conditions:
The Hold parameter is set to “OFF” (the program continues from the
segment set point), the Run/Reset parameter is set to “Reset,” or the
program operation is completed as a result of an advance operation
being executed.
• If an advance operation is executed during a hold, the hold is
continued from the beginning of the next segment.
• The Hold parameter cannot be executed while resetting.
● Back
• A back operation resets the segment timer and returns to the
beginning of the current segment.
• If a back operation is executed during a hold, the hold is continued
from the beginning of the current segment.
• A program repetition restarts execution of the same program
automatically after the end of the current program. The Program
Repetitions parameter can be set up to 9,999.
• The number of executions will be the setting for the Program Repetitions parameter + 1.
• If the Program Repetitions parameter is changed to a smaller
number during program operation, the currently executing program
will be executed to the end and then the program will stop.
● Program Links
• A program link moves execution to segment 1 of the program
number set for Program Link Destination parameter. Operation will
be completed when the Program Link Destination parameter is set
to program 0.
• If a program repeat operation is also set, the program link will start
after the program repeat operation has been completed.
• If the Program Link Destination parameter is set to the current
program number, the program will be repeated endlessly.
• Once all programs have been executed, operation will be according
to the setting for the End Condition parameter.
■ SP Modes
The E5AR-T/ER-T uses three SP modes: Program SP (PSP), Fixed
SP (FSP), and Remote SP (RSP).
● Switching SP
Modes
• The diagram on the right shows an example of switching between
Program SP Mode and Fixed SP Mode during program execution.
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Functions and
Operations
● Program
Repetitions
Section 5 Functions and Operations
The operation is as follows:
(1) Switch from Program SP to
Fixed SP in segment N.
SP
FSP
PSP
PSP
(2) The mode changes to Fixed SP.
(3) Return to Program SP from
Fixed SP in segment N+1.
FSP→PSP
PSP→FSP
• If the Operation at Reset
FSP changed.
parameter is set to stop
Segment N
Segment N+1 Time
control, the timer will not start
when the Run/Reset parameter is changed to “Run” in Fixed SP or
Remote SP Mode.
Functions and
Operations
● SP Tracking
• When the SP Tracking parameter
is set to “ON,” the program SP is
held after the mode is changed
from Program SP to Fixed SP and
until the Fixed SP is changed.
The SP is not tracked when the
mode is changed from another
mode into either Program SP or
Remote SP.
• The diagram on the right shows
SP tracking when the mode is
changed from Program SP to
Fixed SP.
SP
PSP
FSP
Time
PSP→FSP
With SP tracking
FSP
PSP
SP
FSP
PSP→FSP
Time
Without SP tracking
■ Wait
• If at the end of a program segment the difference (deviation)
between the PV and the present set point (program SP) is not within
a preset range, the program can be set to not continue. This is
called the “wait” operation and the preset range is called the “wait
band.”
• If the PV enters the wait band during wait operation, the program will
immediately move to the next segment.
• There are two types of wait operation: “Wait at Segment End” and
“Always wait,” which can be selected by setting the Wait Mode
parameter. The wait operation can be enabled and disabled for each
segment.
• Upper and lower limits can be set for the wait band and these can be
set for each program. The wait operation will be disabled if the Wait
Band parameter is set to 0.
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5.7 Program Operation Functions
● Wait at Segment
End
If the difference (deviation) between the PV and the present SP is not
less than the wait band, the program does not move to the next
segment. As soon as the PV enters the wait band, the program moves
to the next segment.
SP
Segment completed.
SP
PV
Wait Band
Upper Limit
Wait Band
Lower Limit
Current segment
● Always Wait
Time
Timer restarted
The difference (deviation) between the PV and the present set point
are constantly compared during program operation. If the PV is not
within the wait band, the present set point is held at the point that the
deviation went outside the wait band and the program does not move
on. The program moves on as soon as the PV enters the wait band.
Segment completed.
SP
SP
PV
Wait Band
Upper Limit
Wait Band
Lower Limit
Current segment
Timer
stopped
Timer
restarted
Next segment
Time
■ Time Signal
• One out of following functions can be selected: Segment Output,
Time Signal, or Segment No. Output (described later).
• When the Time Signal parameter is enabled, 6 outputs can be set
for each program and three different times can be set for each
output.
• There are two timers for the time signal: a switch-ON timer and a
switch-OFF timer. The timers start from the beginning of the
segment.
• Outputs turn ON once the switch-ON time has elapsed and turn
OFF after the switch-OFF time has elapsed.
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Functions and
Operations
Timer stopped
Next segment
Section 5 Functions and Operations
SP
ON time
Time
Time signal
output
OFF time
• The Time Signal 1 Set Segment 1 to Time Signal 6 Set Segment 3
parameters are used to set the segments in which the time signals
will start. The default setting is 0 (disabled).
• The ON/OFF timing is set using the Time Signal 1 ON Time 1 to
Time Signal 6 ON Time 3 and Time Signal 1 OFF Time 1 to Time
Signal 6 OFF Time 3 parameters. The default setting is 0.00 or
0.00.0.
Functions and
Operations
• Set the interval between the switch-ON time and switch-OFF time to
at least 100 ms. Unexpected operation may result if the interval is
less than 100 ms.
• ON Conditions
• If the switch-OFF time is shorter than the switch-ON time, the
output remains ON from when the switch-ON time has elapsed
until reset or the next program starts.
• If an advance operation is executed during a segment where a
time signal is set, a time equivalent to the segment will be
considered to have elapsed. In the above diagram, for example,
outputs remain ON from the start of the next segment until the
switch-OFF time has elapsed.
• The time signal is turned OFF under the following conditions:
• During a reset
• When one program has been completed when a program repeat
or program link operation has been set.
• The time signal timer stops during hold, wait, and AT operations.
■ Segment Outputs
• One of following functions can be selected: Segment Output, Time
Signal, or Segment No. Output (described later).
• Up to 10 outputs can be set for each program if using segment
outputs is selected.
• Segment outputs can be set to ON or OFF for each segment.
Outputs are turned ON if the Segment Output parameter for that
segment is set to ON.
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5.7 Program Operation Functions
SP
Time
Segment Output
parameter setting
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Segment output
Functions and
Operations
• Segment outputs are turned OFF during a reset.
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Section 5 Functions and Operations
■ Program Status Outputs
The following two types of program status outputs can be used.
• Program End Output: Output at the end of the program.
• Segment No. Output: The number of the segment for which the
program is being executed is output.
● Program End
Output
• The program end output
occurs at the end of the
last segment.
SP
Last segment
• The program end output
occurs at the end of the
last segment of the last
program if a program
repeat or program link
operation is set.
Time
Functions and
Operations
• The pulse width for the
Program
End Output
program end output can
Program End ON Time
be set using the Program
End ON Time parameter.
The setting range for the Program End ON Time parameter is 0.0 to
10.0 s. The default setting is 0.0.
• The program end output is forced OFF if the Run/Reset parameter is
changed to “Run” during a reset.
• If the Program End ON Time parameter is set to “ON,” the output
also remains ON during reset status, i.e., until the Run/Reset
parameter changes to “Run.”
● Segment No.
Output
• One out of following
functions
can
be
selected: Segment No.
Output, Time Signal, or
Segment Output.
• The number of the
segment for which the
program is currently
being
executed
is
output in binary-coded
hexadecimal.
SP
Segment No.
Segment No. Output (bit 0)
Segment No. Output (bit 1)
Segment No. Output (bit 2)
• All outputs turn OFF during reset.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
Time
5.7 Program Operation Functions
■ Operation at Program Start
● PV Start
• The method for starting program operation can be selected from the
following using the PV Start parameter: SP start, PV start with slope
priority or PV start with time priority. A PV start with time priority
cannot be selected, however, if rate of rise programming is set.
SP Start
A SP start is used to execute the program in order from the segment 1
SP.
If the Operation at Reset parameter is set to “Fixed Control,” then the
program will start operation from the fixed SP.
PV Start with Slope
Priority
Operation is started
from the position of
SP Segment 1 Segment 2 Segment 3 Segment 4 Segment 5 Segment 6
the first present set
Program disabled
at start
point that matches PV
of operation
the PV at the start
Operation
starts
of the program. If
the PV and the
present set point do
Time
not match at any
position, operation
starts
at
the
beginning of the program. The above diagram shows an example of
the operation. The first position where the PV and the present SP
match is in segment 4 and from there the program is indicated by a
bold line. The program prior to that position is ignored.
PV Start with Time
Priority
The SP at the start of the program is set to the current PV and the
ramp rate is modified accordingly to adjust to the segment time. This
means that, in general, the segment 2 ramp rate will change from the
rate that is set in the program.
The following diagram shows operation examples when the PV at the
start of program operation is larger than the SP and when it is smaller
than the SP. Once segment 2 has been completed, the operation is
according to the program. Using a PV Start with time priority is
disabled if rate of rise programming is used.
SP
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
SP
Segment 5
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
Segment 5
Operation starts at PV
PV
PV
Time
Operation starts at PV
Time
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Functions and
Operations
• A PV start is used only for the first program execution if a program
repeat or program link operation is set.
Section 5 Functions and Operations
● Standby
• When a standby is set, the program does not start operating until the
standby time (set in hours:minutes) has elapsed after the Run/Reset
parameter is set to “Run.”
• The following conditions apply to operation during a standby:
• Control outputs are governed by the MV at Reset parameter (the
indicators and status display will show Run status).
If the Operation at Reset parameter is set to “Fixed Control,” then
control outputs will start from the fixed SP.
• Hold, advance, back, and AT operations (when the Operation at
Reset parameter is set to “Stop Control”) cannot be executed.
If AT is executed when the Operation at Reset parameter is set to
“Fixed Control,” the remaining standby time during AT execution is
held.
• If the power is interrupted during a standby, the remaining standby
time is held (if the Operation at Power ON parameter is set to
“Continue,” if the program is running and in Manual Mode before
the power was turned OFF, and if a ramp back is set.
Functions and
Operations
• If run operation is executed in reset status, the remaining standby
time is set as the value for the Standby Time parameter. This means
the remaining standby time is continued when run operation is
executed during a standby (the set value for the Standby Time
parameter is not initialized).
■ End Condition
The End Condition parameter is used to select the operation after a
program has been completed can be selected. The options are Reset
Status, Continue, or Fixed SP Mode.
Operating
status
Reset status
Continue
Fixed SP
Mode
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Description
Ends operation.
Control is continued using the SP of the last segment.
The final segment number is held as the segment number
and the elapsed program time, elapsed segment time, and
remaining segment time are held.
The time signal status at the end of operation is held.
If the setting of the Number of Segments Used parameter is
changed after operation has completed, there is no change to
the operation end status but control will switch to using the
SP of the last segment after the change.
Operation is continued in Fixed SP Mode after the program
has completed (run status).
The segment number, elapsed program time, elapsed segment time, and remaining segment time will be the values
from the start of the program.
The time signal is OFF.
If the SP Mode parameter is changed to Program SP (PSP),
the program will start again.
If, however, the Operation at Reset parameter is set to “Fixed
Control,” Fixed SP Mode cannot be set.
5.8 Using Event Inputs
5.8 Using Event Inputs
• An order of priority exists for event inputs, key operation, and
communications settings: The last setting takes priority.
• The operation of event inputs can be switched between pulse
operation (i.e., event occurs only when the input changes from OFF
to ON) and toggle operation (i.e., event occurs either when the input
changes from OFF to ON or from ON to OFF).
■ Event Input Assignments
eV.1
0
l.2
10
• Functions are assigned to event inputs (which use external contact
inputs) using the Event Input Assignment 1 to 6 parameters.
• On a Controller with more than one input, functions can be assigned
for channels 2 and higher for the number of supported channels.
0
l.2
Event Input Assignments
All Channels
Functions and
Operations
Event Input 1 Assignment
Communications Writing ON/OFF
Event inputs
EV1
Channel 1
Channel 1 Program No. (Bit 0, Weight 1)
Channel 2
EV2
EV3
Channel 1 Program No. (Bit 1, Weight 20)
EV4
Channel 1 Run (ON)/Reset (OFF)
EV5
Channel 1 Run (OFF)/Reset (ON)
EV6
Channel 1 Auto (OFF)/Manual (ON)
EV7
Channel 1 Program SP (OFF)/Remote SP (ON)
EV8
Channel 1 Remote SP (OFF)/Fixed SP (ON)
EV9
Channel 1 Program SP (OFF)/Fixed SP (ON)
EV10
Channel 1 Program SP
Channel 3
Channel 4
?????
?????
4
Channel 1 Remote SP
Channel 1 Fixed SP
Channel 1 Hold/Clear
Channel 1 Advance
Channel 1 Back
Channel 2 Back
Channel 3 Back
Channel 4 Back
● Communications
Writing OFF/ON
• When the event input is ON, parameters can be written using
communications.
• The Communications Write OFF/ON function creates an operation
command that applies to all channels.
• Operation is as described below based on the ON/OFF status of the
event input.
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Section 5 Functions and Operations
Event input
Description
Communications Writing OFF
Communications Writing ON
● Program Number
• The program number can be specified using the ON/OFF status of
event inputs.
• This program number function creates an operation command that
applies to all channels for coordinated operation and one specific
channel for independent control.
• This function is enabled only during a reset.
Functions and
Operations
• The following table shows the operation based on the ON/OFF
status of event inputs.
Bit 0, Weight
1
Bit 1
Weight 2
Bit 2
Weight 4
Bit 3
Weight 8
Bit 4
Weight 16
Bit 5
Weight 32
Bit 0
Weight 10
Bit 1
Weight 20
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
---
---
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
---
---
Code
Hexadecimal
Program
number
1
2
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
---
---
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
---
---
3
4
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
---
---
5
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
---
---
6
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
---
---
7
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
---
---
8
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
---
---
9
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
---
---
10
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
---
---
11
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
---
---
12
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
---
---
13
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
---
---
14
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
---
---
15
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
---
---
16
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
---
---
17
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
---
---
18
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
---
---
19
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
---
---
20
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
---
---
21
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
---
---
22
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
---
---
23
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
---
---
24
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
---
---
25
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
---
---
26
27
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
---
---
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
---
---
28
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
---
---
29
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
---
---
30
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
---
---
31
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
---
---
32
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5.8 Using Event Inputs
Bit 1
Weight 2
Bit 2
Weight 4
Bit 3
Weight 8
Bit 4
Weight 16
Bit 5
Weight 32
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
---
---
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
---
---
Bit 0
Weight 10
Bit 1
Weight 20
Code
Program
number
OFF
OFF
BCD
OFF
OFF
2
3
1
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
---
---
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
---
---
OFF
OFF
4
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
---
---
OFF
OFF
5
6
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
---
---
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
---
---
OFF
OFF
7
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
---
---
OFF
OFF
8
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
---
---
OFF
OFF
9
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
---
---
ON
OFF
10
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
---
---
ON
OFF
11
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
---
---
ON
OFF
12
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
---
---
ON
OFF
13
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
---
---
ON
OFF
14
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
---
---
ON
OFF
15
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
---
---
ON
OFF
16
ON
ON
ON
OFF
---
---
ON
OFF
17
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
---
---
ON
OFF
18
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
---
---
ON
OFF
19
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
---
---
OFF
ON
20
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
---
---
OFF
ON
21
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
---
---
OFF
ON
22
23
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
---
---
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
---
---
OFF
ON
24
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
---
---
OFF
ON
25
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
---
---
OFF
ON
26
ON
ON
ON
OFF
---
---
OFF
ON
27
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
---
---
OFF
ON
28
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
---
---
OFF
ON
29
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
---
---
ON
ON
30
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
---
---
ON
ON
31
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
---
---
ON
ON
32
• The program number switches when the input changes from OFF to
ON or ON to OFF.
• For binary coded hexadecimal (BCH), Program No. (Bit 0 Weight 1)
to Program No. (Bit 5 Weight 32) are used. For binary coded decimal
(BCD) Program No. (Bit 0 Weight 1) to Program No. (Bit 3 Weight 8)
and Program No. (Bit 0 Weight 10) to Program No. (Bit 1 Weight 20)
are used.
• Inputs without program number allocations are treated as OFF.
• If the program number is 0 or 33 or higher, the program number in
EEPROM will be used.
5-41
Functions and
Operations
Bit 0, Weight
1
Section 5 Functions and Operations
● Run (ON)/
Reset (OFF)
• When the event input is ON, operation is performed and the Run/
Reset parameter is set to “Run.”
• This Run (ON)/Reset (OFF) function creates an operation command
that applies to one specific channel.
• Operation is as follows based on the ON/OFF status of the event
input:
Event input
Description
Reset
Run (program operation)
Functions and
Operations
● Run (OFF)/
Reset (ON)
• When the event input is ON, the Run/Reset parameter is set to
“Reset.”
• This Run (OFF)/Reset (ON) function creates an operation command
that applies to all channels for coordinated operation and one
specific channel for independent control.
• Operation is as follows based on the ON/OFF status of the event
input:
Event input
Description
Run (program operation)
Reset
● Auto (OFF)/
Manual (ON)
• When the event input is ON, the mode switches to Manual Mode.
• The Auto (OFF)/Manual (ON) function creates an operation
command that applies to one specific channel.
• Operation is as follows based on the ON/OFF status of the event
input:
Event input
Description
Auto
Manual
5-42
5.8 Using Event Inputs
● Program SP (OFF)/
Remote SP (ON)
• This function is valid only when using control with a remote SP.
• When the event input is ON, the remote SP (RSP) is used as the SP.
When the event input is OFF, the program SP (PSP) is used as the
SP.
• The Program SP (OFF)/Remote SP (ON) function creates an
operation command that applies to one specific channel.
• Operation is as follows based on the ON/OFF status of the event
input:
Event input
Description
Program SP Mode
● Remote SP (OFF)/
Fixed SP (ON)
• When the event input is ON, the fixed SP (FSP) is used as the SP.
When the event input is OFF, the remote SP (RSP) is used as the
SP.
• The Remote SP (OFF)/Fixed SP (ON) function creates an operation
command that applies to one specific channel. This function is
disabled, however, for channels that do not support the remote SP
function.
• Operation is as follows based on the ON/OFF status of the event
input:
Event input
Description
Remote SP Mode
Fixed SP Mode
5-43
Functions and
Operations
Remote SP Mode
Section 5 Functions and Operations
● Program SP (OFF)/
Fixed SP (ON)
• When the event input is ON, the fixed SP (FSP) is used as the SP.
When the event input is OFF, the program SP (PSP) is used as the
SP.
• The Program SP (OFF)/Fixed SP (ON) function creates an operation
command that applies to one specific channel. This function is
disabled, however, for channels 2 to 4 during coordinated operation.
• Operation is as follows based on the ON/OFF status of the event
input:
Event input
Description
Program SP Mode
Functions and
Operations
Fixed SP Mode
● Program SP
• When the event input is ON, the program SP (PSP) is used as the
SP. The event input must be reset before this function can be
activated again.
• The Program SP function creates an operation command that
applies to one specific channel. This function is disabled, however,
for channels 2 to 4 during coordinated operation.
• Operation is as follows based on the ON/OFF status of the event
input:
Event input
Description
Program SP Mode
● Remote SP
• When the event input is ON, the remote SP (RSP) is used as the SP.
The event input must be reset before this function can be activated
again.
• The Remote SP function creates an operation command that
applies to one specific channel. This function is disabled, however,
for channels that do not support the remote SP function.
• Operation is as follows based on the ON/OFF status of the event
input:
Event input
Description
Remote SP Mode
5-44
5.8 Using Event Inputs
● Fixed SP
• When the event input is ON, the fixed SP (FSP) is used as the SP.
The event input must be reset before this function can be activated
again.
• The Fixed SP function creates an operation command that applies
to one specific channel.
• Operation is as follows based on the ON/OFF status of the event
input:
Event input
Description
Fixed SP Mode
• When the event input is ON, the program is on hold and this status is
held until the event input changes to OFF.
• The Hold (ON)/Clear Hold (OFF) function creates an operation
command that applies to one specific channel. During coordinated
operation, however, the operation command applies to all channels.
• This function is enabled only during program operation.
• Operation is as follows based on the ON/OFF status of the event
input:
Event input
Description
Clear Hold Mode
Hold Mode
● Advance
• When the event input is ON, the segment is advanced to the
beginning of the next segment. The event input must be reset before
this function can be activated again.
• The advance function creates an operation command that applies to
one specific channel. During coordinated operation, however, the
operation command applies to all channels.
• This function is enabled only during program operation.
• Operation is as follows based on the ON/OFF status of the event
input:
Event input
Description
Advance Mode
5-45
Functions and
Operations
● Hold (ON)/Clear
Hold (OFF)
Section 5 Functions and Operations
● Back
• When the event input is ON, the program returns to the start of the
current segment being executed. The event input must turn OFF
once before this function can be used again.
• The back function creates an operation command that applies to
one specific channel. During coordinated operation, however, the
operation command applies to all channels.
• This function is enabled only during program operation.
• Operation is as follows based on the ON/OFF status of the event
input:
Event input
Description
Back Mode
Functions and
Operations
Display
characters
ev. ∗
∗: 1 to 10
5-46
Parameter names
Level
(Display No. 3)
Event Input 1 to 10
Assignment
Control Initial
Setting 2 Level
(l.2)
Use
Event input
specification
5.9 Using a Transfer Output
5.9 Using a Transfer Output
■ Transfer Output Settings
• For a transfer output, use an output that is not being used as a
control output.
• A transfer output can be used to output one of the following five
types of data as selected in the Control/Transfer Output Assignment
parameters.
(1) Present Set Point
(2) Present Value (PV)
(3) MV (Heating)
(4) MV (Cooling)
(5) Valve Opening
For more information, refer to 8.13 Control Initial Setting 2 Level
(l.2) Control/Transfer Output 1 to 4 Assignments (P. 8-64).
The heating and cooling MVs can be output only from a Standard
Control Model, and the valve opening can be output only from a
Position-proportional Control Model with a potentiometer connected.
Output
Control / Transfer output assignment Channel 1
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
Channel 1 Control Output (Heating)
Channel 1 Control Output (Cooling)
Channel 2
Present Set Point
Channel
2
control
output
(heat
side)
Channel 1 Present Value (PV)
Channel
control output (cool side)
Channel
1 MV2 (Heating)
Channel 3
Channel
2
SP
ChannelChannel
1 MV (Cooling)
2
control
output
(heat
side)
Channel
2 ramp
SP
Channel
1 Valve
Opening
Channel
2 control
output
Channel
2 Present
Value
(PV)(cool side) Channel 4
Channel
2
SP
ChannelChannel
2 MV (Heating)
2 control
Channel
2 ramp
SP output (heat side)
Channel
2 MV
(Cooling)
Channel
2
control
output
Channel 2 present value
(PV)(cool side)
Channel
2
SP
Channel 3 MV (Heating)
Channel 2 ramp SP
Channel 2 present value (PV)
Channel 4 MV (Heating)
5-47
Functions and
Operations
● Control/Transfer
Output
Assignments
Section 5 Functions and Operations
● Transfer Output
Scaling
• Scaling of the output value can be performed using Transfer Output
Upper Limit and Transfer Output Lower Limit parameters. The upperlimit can be set to a smaller value than the lower limit to perform
reverse scaling. The scale can be enlarged using the width between
the upper and lower limits specified in the parameters. The following
diagram shows an example of scaling the heating MV.
Transfer output
(mA)
Transfer output
(mA)
Scaling enlargement
Reverse scaling
20
20
4
4
MV (%)
0
Upper limit: 0
Lower limit: 100
0
Lower limit: 10
100
Upper limit: 80
MV (%)
Functions and
Operations
• If the Input Type, Scaling Input Value 1 or 2, SP Upper and Lower
Limit, or Temperature Unit parameter is changed, the Transfer
Output Upper Limit and Transfer Output Lower Limit parameters will
be returned to the upper and lower limits of the setting range.
• If an input error occurs when the transfer output assignment is set to
“PV,” the transfer output changes to the upper limit and it changes to
the lower limit for reverse scaling.
SP limit
Transfer scaling range
A
Before change
SP
Upper limit
changed
from A to B.
After changing
upper limit
B
SP
Upper and lower limits
Upper and lower limits of transfer scaling
Display
out. ∗
trh. ∗
trl. ∗
∗: 1 to 4
5-48
Parameter
Control/Transfer
Output 1 to 4
Assignment
Transfer Output 1
to 4 Upper Limit
and
Transfer Output 1
to 4 Lower Limit
Level
(Display No. 3)
Use
Control Initial
Setting 2 (l.2)
Specify Control/
Transfer Output
Control Initial
Setting 2 (l.2)
Transfer Output
Scaling
5.10 Using Communications
5.10 Using Communications
■ Setting Communications Parameters
Communications parameters are set in the Communications Setting Level. The parameters and settings
are listed in the following table.
Display
Parameter
Set values
Description
psel
Protocol Selection
cwf /mod
CompoWay/F or Modbus
u-no
Communications Unit No.
0, 1 to 99
0 to 99
bps
Communications Speed
9.6 /19.2/38.4
9.6, 19.2, or 38.4 (kbits/s)
len
Communications Data Length
7 /8 (bit)
7/8 (bits)
sbit
Communications Stop Bit
1/ 2
1/2 (bits)
prty
Communications Parity
none/ even /odd
None, even, or odd
sbwt
Transmission Wait Time
0 to 20 to 99
0 to 99 (ms)
● Parameter
Descriptions
Protocol Selection (psel)
The communications protocol can be set to CompoWay/F
(OMRON'S unified protocol for general-purpose serial communications), or Modbus (based on RTU Mode of Modbus Protocol (specifications: PI-MBUS-300 Rev.I) of Modicon Inc.).
Communications Unit No. (u-no)
When performing communications with a host computer, a unit
number must be set for each Controller to allow the host computer
to recognize it. Any number from 0 to 99 can be set. The unit
number is set to 1 by default. When using multiple Controllers, make
sure that no Controllers have the same unit number or communications will not take place correctly. After setting a unit number, turn
OFF the power and then turn it ON again to enable the new unit
number.
Communications Speed (bps)
Set the baud rate for communications with a host computer. The
following speeds are possible:
9.6 (9,600 bit/s), 19.2 (19,200 bit/s), or 38.4 (38,400 bit/s)
After setting the baud rate, turn OFF the power and then turn it ON
again to enable the new baud rate.
Communications Data Length (len)
The communications data length can be set to 7 bits or 8 bits.
Communications Stop Bit (sbit)
The number of communications stop bits can be set to 1 or 2 bits.
Communications Parity (prty)
The communications parity can be set to none (none), even (even),
or odd (odd).
Transmission Wait Time (sbwt)
After changing the transmission wait time, perform a software reset
or turn the power OFF and then ON to enable the new setting.
5-49
Functions and
Operations
* Default settings are highlighted.
Section 5 Functions and Operations
Hint
● Procedure
psel
Before performing communications, perform the following steps to set
the communications unit number, communications speed, and other
communications parameters.
Protocol Selection
1. Hold down the L Key for 3 seconds to move from the Operation Level to
the Input Initial Setting Level.
Communications Unit No.
2. Press the L Key to move from the Input Initial Setting Level to the
Communications Setting Level.
cwf
M
u-no
1
M
bps
3. Press the M Key to scroll through the setting items as shown at left.
Communications Speed
4. Press the U and D Keys to change a setting.
9.6
M
Functions and
Operations
len
7
M
sbit
For information on communications procedures, refer to
Section 6 CompoWay/F Communications (P. 6-1) or Section 7 Modbus Communications (P. 7-1) depending on the
communications protocol you are using.
Communications
Data Length
Communications Stop Bit
2
M
prty
Communications Parity
eVen
M
sdwt
Transmission Wait Time
20
M
Configure communication setting data in
accordance with the other computers
■ Communications Writing
To allow a host computer to write parameters to a Controller, set the
Communications Writing parameter (Adjustment Level) to on
(Enabled).
● Procedure
1. Press the L Key for less than 1 second to move from the Operation Level
to the Adjustment Level.
2. Press the M Key to set the Communications Writing parameter to on.
Communications Writing
cmwt
off
l.adj
U
on
Important
5-50
Parameters can be written 100,000 times.
If you will be writing parameters frequently, set the RAM
Write Mode parameter (Advanced Function Setting
Level).
Section 6 CompoWay/F
Communications
Communications Method ................................................... 6-2
Frames............................................................................... 6-4
FINS-mini Text ................................................................... 6-6
Variable Areas ................................................................... 6-7
Read from Variable Area ................................................. 6-10
Write to Variable Area...................................................... 6-11
Operation Commands...................................................... 6-13
Setting Areas ................................................................... 6-15
Commands and Responses ............................................ 6-17
Program Example ............................................................ 6-40
CompoWay/F
Communications
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
6-1
Section 6 CompoWay/F Communications
6.1 Communications Method
■ CompoWay/F Communications
CompoWay/F is an OMRON protocol for general-purpose serial
communications. CompoWay/F features a unified frame format and
FINS-compliant commands, which have a long record of successful
use with OMRON Programmable Controllers. CompoWay/F simplifies
communications between multiple components and between components and a computer.
FINS (Factory Interface Network Service)
FINS is a protocol for message communications between Controllers
on an OMRON factory automation network.
Supplement
CompoWay/F
Communications
Communications are implemented by creating a program on the host
computer. The descriptions in this section are therefore from the
perspective of the host computer. For example, “reading” and “writing”
refer to the host computer reading from and writing to the E5AR-T/ERT.
■ Communications
Specifications
Transfer connection
Multi-point
Communications method
RS-485 (2-wire, half duplex)
Synchronization method
Start-stop
Baud rate
9.6, 19.2, or 38.4 Kbits/s
Send code
ASCII
Data length
7 or 8 bits
Stop bit length
1 or 2 bits
Error detection
Vertical parity: None, even, or odd
BCC (Block Check Character)
Flow control
None
Interface
RS-485
Retry function
None
Communications buffer
217 bytes
Communications
response send wait time
0 to 99 ms
Default: 20 ms
Note: Default settings are shaded.
6-2
6.1 Communications Method
The host computer sends a command frame, and the E5AR-T/ER-T
returns a response frame based on the contents of the command
frame. One response frame is sent in response to one command
frame.
Host computer
Re
sp
fra ons
me e
d
an
mm e
Co fram
d
an
mm e
Co fram
Re
sp
fra ons
me e
E5AR/ER-T
The exchange of the command frame and response frame is
described below.
After receiving a response from the Controller, have the host computer
wait at least 5 ms before sending the next command.
When writing multiple sets of parameters in a row, such as when
writing to the variable area or performing a compound write, control
characteristics may be affected. Observe the following points.
Command
CompoWay/F
Communications
■ Transfer Protocol
Command
Write a maximum of
three parameters at
at time.
Response
5 ms min.
6-3
Section 6 CompoWay/F Communications
6.2 Frames
Commands from the host computer and responses from the E5AR-T/ER-T take the form of frames that
conform to the CompoWay/F protocol. The data included in command frames and response frames is
described in this section.
In the following descriptions, an “H” following a numeric value (for example 02H) indicates that the value is
a hexadecimal number. Numbers or letters enclosed in quotation marks (for example “00”) are ASCII data.
■ Command Frames
STX Node No. Sub-address SID
02H
Bytes: 1
FINS-mini
command text
ETX BCC
"00"
"0"
03H
2
1
1
2
1
BCC calculation range
CompoWay/F
Communications
STX
Node No.
A code that indicates the beginning of a communications frame (02H). Be sure to set this code in the
leading byte.
The node number specifies the destination.
Specify the unit number of the E5AR-T/ER-T.
When broadcasting to all nodes, specify “XX.”
Responses are not returned for broadcasts.
Sub-address
Not used on the E5AR-T/ER-T. Always set to “00.”
SID
(Service ID)
Not used on the E5AR-T/ER-T. Always set to 0.
FINS-mini
command text
The text of the command.
ETX
A code that indicates the end of the text (03H).
BCC
Block Check Character
This byte stores the result of the BCC calculation
from the node number through EXT.
STX Node No. Sub-address SID
FINS-mini
command text
ETX BCC
02H 30H 30H 30H 30H 30H 30H 35H 30H 30H 03H 36H
BCC = 30H + 30H + 30H + 30H + 30H + 30H + 35H + 30H + 30H + 03H = 36H
+: XOR (exclusive OR) operation
6-4
6.2 Frames
■ Response Frames
End
STX Node No. Sub-address Code
Bytes: 1
2
2
ETX BCC
03H
"00"
2
1
1
STX
A code that indicates the beginning of the communications frame (02H). This code is always set in
the leading byte.
Node No.
The unit number that was specified in the command frame is returned here. This is the unit number of the responding E5AR-T/ER-T.
Sub-address
Not used on the E5AR-T/ER-T. Always set to “00.”
End code
FINS-mini
response text
Returns the result of execution for the command
frame.
Text of the response.
ETX
A code that indicates the end of the text (03H).
BCC
Block Check Character
This byte stores the result of the BCC calculation
from the node number through EXT.
● End Codes
End
code
Name
Meaning
Error
detection
priority
“0F”
FINS command error
Could not execute the specified FINS command.
8
“10”
Parity error
Sum of bits that are “1” in received data does not agree with the
communications parity.
2
“11”
Framing error
Stop bit of command frame characters is 0.
1
“12”
Overrun error
Attempted to transfer new data when reception data buffer is
already full.
3
“13”
BCC error
Calculated BCC is different from received BCC.
5
“14”
Format error
Characters other than “0” to “9” or “A” to “F” are contained in
the FINS-mini Command Text or, for Echoback Test, data other
than the test data was returned.
No SID and FINS-mini Command Text, or no FINS-mini Command Text.
MRC/SRC are not correct in FINS-mini Command Text.
7
“16”
Sub-address error
No sub-address, SID, or FINS-mini Command Text; or
sub-address is less than 2 characters and no SID and FINSmini Command Text.
6
“18”
Frame length error
The command frame exceeds the specified number of bytes.
4
“00”
Normal end
Command was executed normally without error.
None
Supplement
A response is not sent to command frames that do not end with the
ETX.BCC characters.
6-5
CompoWay/F
Communications
02H
FINS-mini
response text
Section 6 CompoWay/F Communications
6.3 FINS-mini Text
The FINS-mini Command Text and FINS-mini Response Text form the body of command/response
communications. FINS-mini Command Text and FINS-mini Response Text are set as described in this
section.
● Command Text
FINS-mini Command Text consists of a main request code (MRC) and
a sub-request code (SRC), followed by the required data.
STX Node No. Sub-address SID
02H
MRC
SRC
2
2
Bytes:
● Response Text
"00"
FINS-mini
command text
"0"
ETX BCC
03H
Data
FINS-mini Response Text consists of the MRC and SRC, followed by
a main response code (MRES) and sub-response code (SRES), and
then the required data.
FINS-mini
Response text
STX Node No. Sub-address End code
CompoWay/F
Communications
02H
"00"
03H
MRC
SRC
MRES
SRES
2
2
2
2
Bytes:
ETX BCC
Data
If the specified FINS-mini command was not successfully executed,
the response will contain only the MRC, SRC, MRES and SRES.
● List of FINS-mini Commands for CompoWay/F
MRC
SRC
Command name
Description
“01”
“01”
Read from Variable Area
Reads monitor values or set values.
“01”
“02”
Write to Variable Area
Writes set values.
“01”
“04”
Composite Read from Variable Area
Reads multiple monitor values or set values.
“01”
“13”
Composite Write to Variable Area
Writes multiple set values.
“01”
“10”
Composite Registration Read
Reads in order the contents of addresses specified for the Composite Read Registration command.
“01”
“11”
Composite Read Registration
Specifies the addresses to be read for the Composite Read from Variable Area command.
"01"
"12"
Composite Read Registration Confirmation
Reads the contents of the registration for the
Composite Read from Variable Area command.
"05"
"03"
Controller Attribute Read
Reads the model.
"06"
"01"
Controller Status Read
Reads the operating status.
"08"
"01"
Echoback Test
Performs an echoback test.
"30"
"05"
Operation Commands
Executes operation commands, such as Run/
Reset, AT Execute/Cancel, and Move to Setting
Area 1.
6-6
6.4 Variable Areas
6.4 Variable Areas
The areas used for data exchange when communicating with the E5AR-T/ER-T are called the variable
areas. Present values can be read, and set values can be read and written using the variable areas of the
E5AR-T/ER-T.
Operation commands and reading Controller attributes do not use the variable areas.
Operation
commands and
responses
E5AR/ER-T
Microprocessor
Variable area
Read/write
Personal computer
A variable areas is accessed by specifying the position of a variable
within a variable area using the variable type and address.
CompoWay/F
Communications
■ Variable Types
The following table lists the variable types in the variable area.
Variable
type
Description
C4
Communications Monitor
C5
Protect Level
C6
Operation Level
C7
Adjustment Level
C8
Adjustment 2 Level
C9
Alarm Set Setting Level
CA
PID Setting Level
CB
Approximation Setting Level
D8
Program Setting Level
D9
Time Signal Setting Level
CC
Input Initial Setting Level
CD
Control Initial Setting Level
CE
Control Initial Setting 2 Level
CF
Alarm Setting Level
D0
Display Adjustment Level
D1
Communications Setting Level
D2
Advanced Function Setting Level
D3
Expansion Control Setting Level
Area
Setting area 0
(Operation in
progress.)
Setting area 1
(Operation stopped.)
6-7
Section 6 CompoWay/F Communications
■ Addresses
Addresses are allocated within each variable type. Addresses are two
bytes long and written in hexadecimal. Addresses are allocated
according to access size. Each address consists of a channel identifier
and the address in the area.
Address (2 bytes)
0
0
0
0
0
0
#
#
0
Channel
identifier (0 to 3)
A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0
Address in area 00 to 7F:
128 variables
CompoWay/F
Communications
* Bits other than those for the channel identifier and the address in the
area are used for variable types DA to F9.
6-8
6.4 Variable Areas
To specify channels 2 to 4 for Controllers with more than one
input channel, specify a channel identifier between 1 and 3 to
identify the channel. Only 0 (channel 1) can be specified for
Controllers with only one input channel.
Channel identifier
● Address in Area
Channel
0
Channel 1
1
Channel 2
2
Channel 3
3
Channel 4
This address is allocated a parameter in the variable areas.
Addresses are assigned in order beginning from the first
parameter.
For more information on addresses, refer to Appendix Setting
Lists (P. A-6).
The addresses indicated in the setting list are the addresses
for channel 1. To specify an address of channel 2, for
example, add 0100 to the address in the setting list. For
channel 3, add 0200, and for channel 4, add 0300.
■ Number of Elements
The number of elements is expressed as a 2-byte hexadecimal
number. For example, if the number of elements is 0010, the first 16
elements of data (H'10) from the address are specified.
The specification range for the number of elements depends on the
command. Refer to 6.9 Commands and Responses (P. 6-17) for more
information.
■ Set Values
Values read and written to a variable area are expressed in
hexadecimal and disregard the decimal point. Negative values are
expressed as a two's complements.
Example: D'105.0 → H'0000041A
This variable is an 8-digit number in hexadecimal. Negative
values are expressed as a two's complement. The decimal is
disregarded. If the PV of the E5AR-T/ER-T is 105.0, it will be
read as H'0000041A (105.0 → 1050 → H'0000041A). If data
that uses the program time unit is read and is displayed as
99.59, the read data will be H'000026E7 (99.59 → 9959 →
H'000026E7).
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Communications
● Channel Identifier
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6.5 Read from Variable Area
Read from a variable area by setting the required data in the following FINS-mini command text format.
Command
FINS-mini Command Text
MRC
SRC
"01"
"01"
2
2
Variable
type Read start address Bit position Number of elements
"00"
2
4
2
Data name
CompoWay/F
Communications
Response
"0001" to "0019"
Description
MRC/SRC
Specify the Read from Variable Area FINS-mini
command.
Variable type
Specify the variable type.
Read start address
Specify the first address to read.
Bit position
Not used on the E5AR-T/ER-T. Specify "00."
Number of elements
Specify the number of variables to read (max. of
25 (H'19)). Not needed for a compound read.
FINS-mini Response Text
MRC
SRC
"01"
"01"
2
2
Response code
(MRES/SRES)
Read data
Number of elements × 8 bytes
(for compound read, number of elements × 10 bytes)
4
Data name
Description
MRC/SRC
The FINS-mini command text is returned here.
Response code
Result of execution of the command.
Read data
Data that was read.
Response Codes
Response
code
Description
"1001"
Command length too
long
The command is too long.
"1002"
Command length too
short
The command is too short.
"1101"
Area type error
Incorrect variable type.
"110B"
Response length too
long
Number of elements is greater
than 25 (H'0019).
"1100"
Parameter error
Specified bit position is not "00."
Operation error
Unit error, unit change, display
unit error, or EEPROM error.
Normal end
---
"2203"
"0000"
6-10
Error name
6.6 Write to Variable Area
6.6 Write to Variable Area
Write to a variable area by setting the required data in the following FINS-mini command text format.
Command
FINS-mini Command Text
MRC
SRC
"01"
"02"
2
2
Variable
type
Write start
address
Bit position
Write data
"00"
2
4
2
Data name
"0001" to "0018"
4
Description
MRC/SRC
Specify the Write to Variable Area FINS-mini command.
Variable type
Specify the variable type.
Write start address
Specify the first address to write.
Bit position
Not used on the E5AR-T/ER-T. Specify "00."
Number of elements
Specify the number of variables to be written (max.
of 25 (H'18)). Not needed for a compound write.
Write data
Enter the data to be written.
FINS-mini Response Text
MRC
SRC
"01"
"02"
2
2
CompoWay/F
Communications
Response
Number of
elements
Response code
(MRES/SRES)
4
Data name
Description
MRC/SRC
FINS-mini command text is returned here.
Response code
Result of execution of the command.
Response Codes
Response
code
Error name
"1002"
Command length
too short
The command is too short.
"1101"
Area type error
Incorrect variable type.
"1003"
Number of elements/data number do not agree
The specified number of elements does
not agree with the actual number of data
elements.
"1100"
Parameter error
Specified bit position is not "00."
Write data was outside of setting range.
Description
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Response
code
Error name
Description
• Unable to execute because the
communications writing function is
disabled.
• Write to setting area 1 was attempted
from setting area 0.
"2203"
Operation error
• Write to parameters in Protect Level
was attempted from a different level.
• AT is being executed.
• Calibration Level is being used.
• Unit error, unit change, display unit
error, or EEPROM error.
• Program number changed during
programmed operation.
CompoWay/F
Communications
"0000"
6-12
Normal end
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6.7 Operation Commands
6.7 Operation Commands
Operation commands are sent using the following FINS-mini command text format.
FINS-mini Command Text
Command
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
2
2
Operation Related
code information
2
2
Data name
Description
MRC/SRC
Specify the Operation Command FINS-mini command.
Operation code
Specify the operation code.
Related information
Specify information related to the command.
The operation commands that are supported by the E5AR-T/ER-T are
listed in the following table.
Related information
Operation
code
Name
“00”
Communications Writing
0 *1
0: OFF (disabled)
1: ON (enabled)
“01
Run/Reset
0 to 3, F *2
0: Run
1: Reset
“03”
AT Execute
0 to 3, F *2
0: Current PID set number
1 to 8: PID set number
“04”
RAM Write Mode
0 *1
0: Backup Mode
1: RAM Write Mode
“05”
Save RAM Data
0 *1
0
“06”
Software Reset
0 *1
0
“07”
Move to Setting Area 1
0 *1
0
“08”
Move to Protect Level
0 *1
0
“09”
Auto/Manual
0 to 3, F *2
0: Auto Mode
1: Manual Mode
“0A”
AT Cancel
0 to 3, F *2
0: Cancel
“0B”
Parameter Initialization
0 *1
0
“0C”
Alarm Latch Cancel
0 to 3, F *2
0
“0D”
SP Mode
0 to 3, F *2
0: PSP
1: RSP
2: FSP
“12”
Hold
0 to 3, F *2
0: Hold Cancel
1: Hold
“13”
Advance
0 to 3, F *2
0
“14”
Back
0 to 3, F *2
0
Lower byte
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Higher byte
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*1: Executed for all channels.
*2: Specify the channel.
0: CH1, 1: CH2, 2: CH3, 3: CH4, F: All channels
Note: When all channels is specified, only enabled channels will respond and processing will begin from
channel 1. If an error is detected on any one channel, an operation error will occur. If all channels
end normally, a normal end will occur.
Important
When cascade control is selected for the control mode, specify channel 2 commands
for the following operation commands:
• Run/Reset
• Auto/Manual
• SP Mode
• Cascade Open/Close
Response
FINS-mini Response Text
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
2
2
Response code
(MRES/SRES)
4
Data name
Description
MRC/SRC
FINS-mini command text is returned here.
Response code
Result of execution of the command.
CompoWay/F
Communications
Response Codes
Response
code
Error name
"1001"
Command length
too long
The command is too long.
"1002"
Command length
too short
The command is too short.
Parameter error
Operation code or related information is
not correct.
"1100"
Description
• Unable to execute because the
communications writing function is
disabled.
"2203"
Operation error
• Unable to execute operation
command. For more information, refer
to corresponding operation command
description in 6.9 Commands and
Responses.
• Unit error, unit change, display unit
error, or EEPROM error.
"0000"
6-14
Normal end
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6.8 Setting Areas
6.8 Setting Areas
The E5AR-T/ER-T has two setting areas for communications: Setting
area 0 and setting area 1.
In setting area 0, operation continues. Setting area 0 makes it possible
to perform operations that require operation to be in progress, such as
reading the PV, writing an SP, and starting/resetting operation (Run/
Reset), as well as operations that do not interfere with control. On the
other hand, operations that may change control, such as writing initial
set values, cannot be performed. (Set values that cannot be written
can still be read.)
In setting area 1, operation is stopped. This makes it possible to
perform operations such as writing initial set values, which cannot be
written in setting area 0.
When the power is turned ON, setting area 0 is selected. To access
setting area 1, use the Move to Setting Area 1 operation command. To
return to setting area 0 from setting area 1, turn OFF the power or use
the Software Reset operation command.
Power ON
Setting area 0
Move to Setting
Area 1 command
Operation in progress.
Variable
type
CompoWay/F
Communications
Software Reset command
Setting area 1
Operation stopped.
Description
C4
Communications Monitor
C5
Protect Level
C6
Operation Level
C7
Adjustment Level
C8
Adjustment 2 Level
C9
Alarm Set Setting Level
CA
PID Setting Level
CB
Approximation Setting Level
D8
Program Setting Level
D9
Time Signal Setting Level
Area
Setting area 0
(Operation in
progress.)
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CompoWay/F
Communications
Variable
type
6-16
Description
CC
Input Initial Setting Level
CD
Control Initial Setting Level
CE
Control Initial Setting 2 Level
CF
Alarm Setting Level
D0
Display Adjustment Level
D1
Communications Setting Level
D2
Advanced Function Setting Level
D3
Expansion Control Setting Level
Area
Setting area 1
(Operation
stopped.)
6.9 Commands and Responses
6.9 Commands and Responses
The E5AR-T/ER-T provides a set of commands that read from variable areas, write to variable areas,
execute operation commands, and execute other services provided by the CompoWay/F communications
protocol. The commands supported by the E5AR-T/ER-T are described below.
■ Reading Monitor Values
Command
Variable
type
MRC
SRC
"01"
"01"
Variable
type
Address
Bit position Number of elements
"00"
"0001"
Monitor value
Address
Monitor value
Address
Ch
Parameter name
Ch
Parameter name
"0000"
PV
"0200"
PV
"0001"
Status
"0201"
Status
Internal SP
"0202"
"0002"
1
Internal SP
3
"0003"
None
"0203"
None
"0004"
MV Monitor (Heating)
"0204"
MV Monitor (Heating)
"0005"
MV Monitor (Cooling)
"0205"
MV Monitor (Cooling)
"0100"
PV
"0300"
PV
"0101"
Status
"0301"
Status
Internal SP
"0302"
"0102"
2
CompoWay/F
Communications
"C0"
Internal SP
4
"0103"
None
"0303"
None
"0104"
MV Monitor (Heating)
"0304"
MV Monitor (Heating)
"0105"
MV Monitor (Cooling)
"0305"
MV Monitor (Cooling)
"0003"
Present Set Point
"0203"
Present Set Point
"0004"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value 1
"0204"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value 1
"0005"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value Upper Limit 1
"0205"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value Upper Limit 1
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value Lower Limit 1
"0206"
"0007"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value 2
"0207"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value 2
"0008"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value Upper Limit 2
"0208"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value Upper Limit 2
"0009"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value Lower Limit 2
"0209"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value Lower Limit 2
"0103"
Present Set Point
"0303"
Present Set Point
"0104"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value 1
"0304"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value 1
"0105"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value Upper Limit 1
"0305"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value Upper Limit 1
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value Lower Limit 1
"0306"
"0107"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value 2
"0307"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value 2
"0108"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value Upper Limit 2
"0308"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value Upper Limit 2
"0109"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value Lower Limit 2
"0309"
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value Lower Limit 2
"0006"
1
3
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value Lower Limit 1
"C1"
"0106"
2
4
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value Lower Limit 1
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Variable
type
Monitor value
Monitor value
Address
Address
Ch
"0005"
"0006"
Parameter name
Ch
PID Set Number Monitor
"0205"
Status
"0206"
Parameter name
PID Set Number Monitor
Status
1
3
"0007"
Program Status
"0207"
Program Status
"0008"
Alarm Set Number Monitor
"0208"
Alarm Set Number Monitor
"0105"
PID Set Number Monitor
"0305"
PID Set Number Monitor
Status
"0306"
“C4”
"0106"
Status
2
4
“0107”
Program Status
"0307"
Program Status
“0108”
Alarm Set Number Monitor
"0308"
Alarm Set Number Monitor
This command is used to read present values, status, and other
monitor values. The number of elements can be set from 0002 to 0019
to allow reading monitor values in consecutive addresses.
When used in setting area 1, the response for the present value and
internal SP will be 0 and the response for the status will be as
indicated in the notes in [email protected] Status (Communications) (P. A-8).
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
Data
"01"
"01"
"0000"
Monitor value
CompoWay/F
Communications
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.5 Read from Variable Area (P. 6-10).
■ Reading Set Values
Command
MRC
SRC
"01"
"01"
Variable
type
"C5"
"C6"
"C7"
"C8"
"C9"
"CA"
"CB"
"D8"
"D9"
6-18
Variable
type
Address
Bit position Number of elements
"00"
"0001"
Parameters
Address
Ch
"0000" to "004F"
1
"0100" to "014F"
2
"0200" to "024F"
3
"0300" to "034F"
4
Description
Parameters in setting area 0
Protect Level
Operation Level
Adjustment Level
Adjustment 2 Level
Alarm Set Setting Level
PID Setting Level
Approximation Setting Level
Program Setting Level
Time Signal Setting Level
6.9 Commands and Responses
Variable
type
"CC"
"CD"
"CE"
"CF"
"D0"
"D1"
"D2"
"D3"
Parameters
Address
Ch
Description
"0000" to "003B"
1
"0100" to "013B"
2
"0200" to "023B"
3
"0300" to "033B"
4
Parameters in Setting Area 1
Input Initial Setting Level
Control Initial Setting Level
Control Initial Setting 2 Level
Alarm Setting Level
Display Adjustment Level
Communications Setting Level
Advanced Function Setting Level
Expansion Control Setting Level
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
Data
"01"
"01"
"0000"
Set value
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.5 Read from Variable Area (P. 6-10).
■ Composite Read from Variable Area
Command
MRC
SRC
"01"
"04"
Variable
type
Address
Bit position
Variable
type
Address
Bit position
"00"
"00"
Variable type
Address
Bit position
"00"
Variable
type
Parameters
Address
Ch
"0000" to "0008"
1
"0100" to "0108"
2
"0200" to "0208"
3
"0300" to "0308"
4
"C4"
Description
Monitor values
6-19
CompoWay/F
Communications
This command is used to read set values. The number of elements
can be set from 0002 to 0019 to allow reading 2 to 25 set values in
consecutive addresses.
To specify variable types and addresses, refer to Appendix Setting
Lists (P. A-6). The upper limit of an address depends on the variable
type.
This command can be used in both setting area 0 and setting area 1.
When used in setting area 1, the response for the remote SP monitor,
ramp SP monitor, and valve opening monitor will be 0 and the
response for the status is as indicated in the notes in [email protected] Status
(Communications) (P. A-8).
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Parameters
Variable
type
"C5" to "CB"
“D8” to “D9”
Address
Ch
"0000" to "004F"
1
"0100" to "014F"
2
"0200" to "024F"
3
"0300" to "034F"
4
"0000" to "003B"
1
"0100" to "013B"
2
"0200" to "023B"
3
"0300" to "033B"
4
Description
Parameters in setting area 0
"CC" to "D3"
Parameters in setting area 1
Multiple monitor values or set values can be read by sending a single
command. Up to 20 items can be read even if the addresses are not
consecutive.
To specify variable types and addresses, refer to Appendix Setting
Lists (P. A-6). The upper limit of an address depends on the variable
type.
This command can be used in both setting area 0 and setting area 1.
CompoWay/F
Communications
If an area type error or a set value error occurs in any of the data being
read, no data will be read.
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
Variable type
Data
"01"
"04"
"0000"
Type
Monitor value/Set value
Variable type
Data
Type
Monitor value/Set value
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.5 Read from Variable Area (P. 6-10).
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6.9 Commands and Responses
■ Writing Set Values in Protect Level
Command
MRC
SRC
Variable
type
"01"
"02"
"C5"
Address
Bit position
Number of
elements
Data
"00"
"0001"
Set values
Address
Parameter
"0000"
Operation Adjustment Protection
"0001"
Initial Setting Protection
"0002"
Setting Change Protection
"0003"
PF Key Protection
This command writes set values in the Protect Level. Refer to 5.5
Protecting Settings (P. 5-23) for information on Protect Level.
This command is used in setting area 0. An operation error will occur if
it is used in setting area 1.
Response
MRC
SRC
"01"
"02"
Response code
"0000"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.6 Write to Variable Area (P. 6-11).
■ Writing Set Values
Command
MRC
SRC
"01"
"02"
Variable
type
"C5"
"C6"
"C7"
"C8"
"C9"
"CA"
"CB"
"D8"
"D9"
Variable
type
Address
Bit position
Number of
elements
Data
"00"
"0001"
Set values
Parameter
Address
Ch
"0000" to "004F"
1
"0100" to "014F"
2
"0200" to "024F"
3
"0300" to "034F"
4
Description
Parameters in setting area 0
Operation Level
Adjustment Level
Adjustment 2 Level
Alarm Set Setting Level
PID Setting Level
Approximation Setting Level
Program Setting Level
Time Signal Setting Level
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CompoWay/F
Communications
To use this command, first enable using the communications writing
function by executing the Communications Writing operation
command, and then move to Protect Level by executing the Move to
Protect Level operation command.
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Variable
type
"CC"
"CD"
"CE"
"CF"
"D0"
"D1"
"D2"
"D3"
Parameter
Address
Ch
Description
"0000" to "003B"
1
"0100" to "013B"
2
"0200" to "023B"
3
"0300" to "033B"
4
Parameters in Setting Area 1
Input Initial Setting Level
Control Initial Setting Level
Control Initial Setting 2 Level
Alarm Setting Level
Display Adjustment Level
Communications Setting Level
Advanced Function Setting Level
Expansion Control Setting Level
This command is used to write set values. The number of elements
can be set from 2 to 24 to write set values at consecutive addresses.
To specify an address, refer to Appendix Setting Lists (P. A-6).
Parameters in setting area 1 can be written from setting area 1. An
operation error will occur if parameters are written from setting area 0.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
CompoWay/F
Communications
To store the set values for Operation, Program Setting, Adjustment,
Adjustment 2, Alarm Set Setting, PID Setting, Time Signal Setting, or
Approximation Setting Level in EEPROM, select “Backup Mode” and
execute the RAM Write Mode command. If “Backup Mode” is not
selected, the set values will not remain in memory when the power is
turned OFF. For more information on the above levels, refer to 4.1
Setting Levels and Key Operations (P. 4-2).
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
"01"
"02"
"0000"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.6 Write to Variable Area (P. 6-11).
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6.9 Commands and Responses
■ Set Value Compound Write
MRC
SRC Variable type
"01"
"13"
Address
Variable type
Data
"00"
Setting data
Bit position
Data
"00"
Setting data
Parameters
Variable
type
"C5" to "CB"
"D8" to "D9"
Address
Bit position
Address
Ch
"0000" to "004F"
1
"0100" to "014F"
2
"0200" to "024F"
3
"0300" to "034F"
4
"0000" to "003B"
1
"0100" to "013B"
2
"0200" to "023B"
3
"0300" to "033B"
4
Description
Parameters in setting area 0
"CC" to "D3"
Parameters in setting area 1
Multiple set values can be written by sending a single command. Up to
12 items can be written even if the addresses are not consecutive.
To specify variable types and addresses, refer to Appendix Setting
Lists (P. A-6).
Parameters in setting area 1 is written in setting area 1. An operation
error will occur if parameters are written in setting area 0.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
To store the set values for Operation, Program Setting, Adjustment,
Adjustment 2, Alarm Set Setting, PID Setting, Time Signal Setting, or
Approximation Setting Level in EEPROM, select “Backup Mode” and
execute the RAM Write Mode command. If “Backup Mode” is not
selected, the set values will not remain in memory when the power is
turned OFF. For more information on the above levels, refer to 4.1
Setting Levels and Key Operations (P. 4-2).
Response
MRC
SRC
"01"
"13"
Response code
"0000"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.6 Write to Variable Area (P. 6-11).
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Command
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■ Composite Read Registration
Command
MRC
SRC Variable type
"01"
"11"
Read address
Bit position
Variable
type
Read address
Bit position
"00"
"00"
Variable type
Read address
Bit position
"00"
Parameters
Variable
type
Address
Ch
"0000" to "0008"
1
"0100" to "0108"
2
"0200" to "0208"
3
"0300" to "0308"
4
"0000" to "004F"
1
"0100" to "014F"
2
"0200" to "024F"
3
"0300" to "034F"
4
"0000" to "003B"
1
"0100" to "013B"
2
"0200" to "023B"
3
"0300" to "033B"
4
"C4"
CompoWay/F
Communications
"C5" to "CB"
"D8" to "D9"
Description
Monitor values
Parameters in setting area 0
"CC" to "D3"
Parameters in setting area 1
This command is used to store the addresses of multiple monitor
values or set values that you wish to read. The stored monitor values
or set values can be read by sending a single Composite Read from
Variable Area command. Up to 20 items can be stored, even if the
addresses are not consecutive.
To specify variable types and addresses, refer to Appendix Setting
Lists (P. A-6). The upper limit of an address depends on the variable
type.
This command can be used in both setting area 0 and setting area 1.
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
"01"
"11"
"0000"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.5 Read from Variable Area (P. 6-10).
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6.9 Commands and Responses
■ Composite Read Registration Confirmation
Command
MRC
SRC
"01"
"12"
This command is used to check the contents that were stored using
the Composite Read Registration command.
Response
MRC
SRC
"01"
"12"
Response code Variable type
"0000"
Read address
Type
Variable type
Read address
Bit position
Type
"00"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.5 Read from Variable Area (P. 6-10).
Command
MRC
SRC
"01"
"10"
This command is used to read the monitor values and set values that
were registered using the Composite Read Registration command.
This enables reading multiple monitor values and set values with one
command.
This command can be used in both setting area 0 and setting area 1.
If an area type error or a set value error occurs in any of the data being
read, no data will be read.
Response
MRC
"01"
SRC
"10"
Response code Variable type
"0000"
Type
Data
Monitor value/Set value
Variable type
Data
Type
Monitor value/Set value
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.5 Read from Variable Area (P. 6-10).
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CompoWay/F
Communications
■ Composite Registration Read
Section 6 CompoWay/F Communications
■ Communications Writing
Command
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
Instruction Related
code information
"00"
Related
information
Description
"00"
Communications Writing Disabled
"01"
Communications Writing Enabled
This command is used to enable or disable the communications
writing function. It changes the setting of the Communications Writing
parameter.
When the communications writing function is disabled, communications cannot be used to write set values or send operation commands,
such as the Run/Reset operation command.
The default setting is “Communications Writing Disabled.”
This command can be used in both setting area 0 and setting area 1.
CompoWay/F
Communications
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
"30"
"05"
"0000"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.7 Operation Commands (P. 6-13).
■ Run/Reset
Command
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
Related
information
Instruction Related
code information
"01"
Description
Ch
"00"
Control state
Run
1
"01"
Reset
"10"
Run
2
"11"
Reset
"20"
Run
3
"21"
Reset
"30"
Run
4
"31"
Reset
"F0"
Run
All
"F1"
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Reset
6.9 Commands and Responses
This command is used to start or reset control.
This command can be used in setting area 0.
If “All” is selected for the channel, only the channels that are enabled
will be affected by this command.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
"30"
"05"
"0000"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.7 Operation Commands (P. 6-13).
■ AT Execute
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
Instruction Related
code information
"03"
Description
Related
information
Ch
"00" to "08"
1
00: Current PID set number
01 to 08: PID set number 1 to 8
"10" to "18"
2
10: Current PID set number
11 to 18: PID set number 1 to 8
"20" to "28"
3
20: Current PID set number
21 to 28: PID set number 1 to 8
"30" to "38"
4
30: Current PID set number
31 to 38: PID set number 1 to 8
"F0" to "F8"
All
F0: Current PID set number
F1 to F8: PID set number 1 to 8
CompoWay/F
Communications
Command
Command mode
This command executes AT. On the E5AR-T/ER-T, the PID set
number must be specified when executing AT.
To specify the current PID set number (the PID set currently being
used for operation), set the lower byte of the related information to 0.
This command is used in setting area 0. An operation error will occur if
it is used in setting area 1. An operation error will also occur in the
following cases:
• If the Run/Reset parameter is set to “Reset” for the
specified channel
• If the Auto/Manual parameter is set to “Manual” for the
specified channel
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
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Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
"30"
"05"
"0000"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.7 Operation Commands (P. 6-13).
■ AT Cancel
Command
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
Instruction Related
code information
"0A"
Description
Related
information
Ch
Operation
"00"
1
AT Cancel
"10"
2
AT Cancel
"20"
3
AT Cancel
"30"
4
AT Cancel
"F0"
All
AT Cancel
CompoWay/F
Communications
This command cancels AT.
This command is used in setting area 0. An operating error will occur if
it is used in setting area 1. An operation error will also occur in the
following cases:
• If the Run/Reset parameter is set to “Reset” for the
specified channel
• If the Auto/Manual parameter is set to “Manual” for the
specified channel
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
Response code
"0000"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.7 Operation Commands (P. 6-13).
■ Write Mode
Command
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
Related
information
6-28
Instruction Related
code information
"04"
Description
"00"
Backup Mode
"01"
RAM Write Mode
6.9 Commands and Responses
This command is used to select the Backup Mode or RAM Write
Mode.
The default setting is “Backup Mode.”
This command can be used in both setting area 0 and setting area 1.
Write mode
Description
Backup Mode
When communications are used to write set values in
the Operation, Program Setting, Adjustment, Adjustment 2, Alarm Set Setting, PID Setting, Time Signal
Setting, or Approximation Setting Level, the data is
also written to EEPROM.
RAM Write Mode
When communications are used to write set values in
the Operation, Program Setting, Adjustment, Adjustment 2, Alarm Set Setting, PID Setting, Time Signal
Setting, or Approximation Setting Level, the data is
not written to EEPROM.
When SP tracking or PV tracking is ON and the mode
is changed to Remote SP Mode or Manual Mode, the
SP is not written to EEPROM.
When a change is made to a parameter setting using
a key operation, the data is written to EEPROM.
When the write mode is changed from RAM Write Mode to Backup
Mode, the set values in the Operation Level, Program Setting Level,
Adjustment Level, Adjustment 2 Level, Alarm Set Setting Level, PID
Setting Level, Time Signal Setting Level, and Approximation Setting
Level are written to EEPROM. Each level is described in 4.1 Setting
Levels and Key Operations (P. 4-2).
Important
Response
The time required for RAM backup depends on the number of settings that were changed in RAM Backup Mode.
The more settings that were changed, the longer the time
required. For example, if all settings in the Operation, Program Setting, Adjustment, Adjustment 2, Alarm Set Setting, PID Setting, Time Signal Setting, and Approximation
Levels were changed, the most time would be required,
which is about 5 seconds.
MRC
SRC
Response code
"30"
"05"
"0000"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.7 Operation Commands (P. 6-13).
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CompoWay/F
Communications
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Section 6 CompoWay/F Communications
■ Save RAM Data
Command
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
Instruction Related
code information
"05"
"00"
This command writes the set values in the Operation Level, Program
Setting Level, Adjustment Level, Adjustment 2 Level, Alarm Set
Setting Level, PID Setting Level, Time Signal Setting Level, and
Approximation Setting Level to EEPROM. For information on these
levels, refer to 4.1 Setting Levels and Key Operations (P. 4-2).
This command can be used in both setting area 0 and setting area 1.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
"30"
"05"
"0000"
Response Codes:
CompoWay/F
Communications
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.7 Operation Commands (P. 6-13).
■ Software Reset
Command
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
Instruction Related
code information
"06"
"00"
A software reset causes the same operation as turning the power OFF
and ON.
This command can be used in both setting area 0 and setting area 1.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
"30"
"05"
"0000"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.7 Operation Commands (P. 6-13).
■ Move to Setting Area 1
Command
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
Instruction Related
code information
"07"
"00"
Use this command to move to setting area 1.
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6.9 Commands and Responses
The command is used in setting area 0. Nothing happens if the
command is used in setting area 1.
If the command is used when the Initial Setting Protection parameter is
set to 2 (Disable Move to Input Initial Setting Level), an operation error
will occur.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
"30"
"05"
"0000"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.7 Operation Commands (P. 6-13).
■ Move to Protect Level
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
Instruction Related
code information
"08"
"00"
Use this command to move to Protect Level. Protect Level is described
in 5.5 Protecting Settings (P. 5-23).
This command is used in setting area 0. An operating error will occur if
it is used in setting area 1.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
"30"
"05"
"0000"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.7 Operation Commands (P. 6-13).
■ Auto/Manual
Command
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
Related
information
Instruction Related
code information
"09"
Description
Ch
"00"
Operation mode
Auto
1
"01"
Manual
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CompoWay/F
Communications
Command
Section 6 CompoWay/F Communications
Related
information
Description
Ch
Operation mode
"10"
Auto
2
"11"
Manual
"20"
Auto
3
"21"
Manual
"30"
Auto
4
"31"
Manual
"F0"
Auto
All
"F1"
Manual
Use this command to select automatic or manual operation.
This command is used in setting area 0. An operating error will occur if
it is used in setting area 1.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
"30"
"05"
"0000"
CompoWay/F
Communications
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.7 Operation Commands (P. 6-13).
■ Parameter Initialization
Command
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
Instruction Related
code information
"0B"
"00"
This command returns all settings to the default settings.
This command is used in setting area 1. An operating error will occur if
it is used in setting area 0.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
"30"
"05"
"0000"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.7 Operation Commands (P. 6-13).
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6.9 Commands and Responses
■ Alarm Latch Cancel
Command
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
Instruction Related
code information
"0C"
Description
Related
information
Ch
Command mode
"00"
1
Alarm Latch Cancel
"10"
2
Alarm Latch Cancel
"20"
3
Alarm Latch Cancel
"30"
4
Alarm Latch Cancel
"F0"
All
Alarm Latch Cancel
This command cancels the alarm latch. The command is used when
the alarm latch function is in use.
This command can be used in both setting area 0 and setting area 1.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
"30"
"05"
"0000"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.7 Operation Commands (P. 6-13).
■ SP Mode
Command
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
Related
information
Instruction Related
code information
"0D"
Description
Ch
"00"
"01"
Command mode
Program SP
1
Remote SP
"02"
Fixed SP
"10"
Program SP
"11"
2
"12"
Remote SP (Close Cascade)
Remote SP (Open Cascade)
"21"
Remote SP
3
"22"
Fixed SP
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CompoWay/F
Communications
If AT is being executed for the specified channel, an operation error
will occur.
Section 6 CompoWay/F Communications
Related
information
Description
Ch
"31"
Command mode
Remote SP
4
"32"
Fixed SP
"F1"
Remote SP
All
"F2"
Fixed SP
Use this command to select the SP Mode. Refer to SP Modes in 5.7
Program Operation Functions (P. 5-31) for details on the SP Mode.
This command can be used in both setting area 0 and setting area 1.
• If AT is being run in the specified channel, an operation error will
occur.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
"30"
"05"
"0000"
CompoWay/F
Communications
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.7 Operation Commands (P. 6-13).
■ Hold
Command
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
Related
information
Instruction Related
code information
"12"
Description
Ch
"00"
Command mode
Hold Cancel
1
"01"
Hold
"10"
Hold Cancel
2
"11"
Hold
"20"
Hold Cancel
3
"21"
Hold
"30"
Hold Cancel
4
"31"
Hold
"F0"
Hold Cancel
All
"F1"
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Hold
6.9 Commands and Responses
This command starts or cancels the hold operation.
This command is used in setting area 0. An operation error will occur if
it is used is setting area 1.
Operation errors will also occur in the following cases:
• If AT is being executed
• If the specified channel is being reset or is on standby
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
" 30"
"05"
" 0000"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.7 Operation Commands (P. 6-13).
■ Advance
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
Instruction Related
code information
"13"
CompoWay/F
Communications
Command
Description
Related
information
Ch
Command mode
"00"
1
Advance
"10"
2
Advance
"20"
3
Advance
"30"
4
Advance
"F0"
All
Advance
This command executes an advance operation. Operation will move to
the beginning of the next segment.
This command is used in setting area 0. An operation error will occur if
it is used is setting area 1.
Operation errors will also occur in the following cases:
• If AT is being executed
• If the specified channel is being reset or is on standby
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
" 30"
"05"
" 0000"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.7 Operation Commands (P. 6-13).
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Section 6 CompoWay/F Communications
■ Back
Command
MRC
SRC
"30"
"05"
Instruction Related
code information
"14"
Description
Related
information
Ch
Command mode
"00"
1
Back
"10"
2
Back
"20"
3
Back
"30"
4
Back
"F0"
All
Back
This command executes a back operation. Operation will move to the
beginning of the current segment.
This command is used in setting area 0. An operation error will occur if
it is used is setting area 1.
Operation errors will also occur in the following cases:
CompoWay/F
Communications
• If AT is being executed
• If the specified channel is being reset or is on standby
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
" 30"
"05"
" 0000"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.7 Operation Commands (P. 6-13).
■ Controller Attribute Read
Command
MRC
SRC
"05"
"03"
This command reads the E5AR-T/ER-T model number and communications buffer size. The command can be used in any state of the
E5AR-T/ER-T.
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
"05"
"03"
"0000"
Format
Buffer size
"00D9"
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.5 Read from Variable Area (P. 6-10).
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6.9 Commands and Responses
Model Number
0
1
E
5
2
3
4
R
-
5
6
7
8
9
∗Bytes 7 to 9 are not used.
(1) Size
Symbol
Size
A
A size
E
E size
(2) Fixed/Program
Symbol
Fixed/program
T
Program
Symbol
Standard/position
proportional
(Blank)
Standard
P
Position-proportional
CompoWay/F
Communications
(3) Standard/Position-proportional
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Section 6 CompoWay/F Communications
■ Controller Status Read
Command
MRC
SRC
"06"
"01"
This command reads the operating status of the E5AR-T/ER-T.
The command can be used in any state of the E5AR-T/ER-T.
Response
MRC
SRC
Response code
"06"
"01"
"0000"
Operation
state
Related information
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.5 Read from Variable Area (P. 6-10).
◆ Operating Status
Bit position 7
6
CompoWay/F
Communications
0 0
ch4
5
4
0 0
ch3
3
2
1
ch2
0
ch1
Bit position
Operating status
00
Operating
01
Error
(MV at PV error output)
10
Stopped
(including setting area 1)
11
Manual Mode
The operating status of each channel is indicated using a 2-bit code.
◆ Related Information
Bit position 7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Bit value
Bit position
6-38
Status
0
1
0
Not used.
−
−
1
Not used.
−
−
2
Not used.
−
−
3
RSP input error
No error
Error
4
Potentiometer error
No error
Error
5
Exceeds display range
No error
Error
6
Input error
No error
Error
7
Not used.
−
−
6.9 Commands and Responses
Note: The bit value is an OR of all channels set in the Number of
Enabled Channels parameter.
If the channel does not exist, “No error (0)” is returned.
If this command is used in setting area 1, the related information
is undefined.
■ Echoback Test
Command
MRC
SRC
"08"
"01"
Test data
0 to 200 bytes
This command is used to perform an echoback test.
The command can be used in any state of the E5AR-T/ER-T.
Keep the test data within the following ranges depending on the
communications data length.
Communications
data length
7 bits
ASCII H'20 to H'7E
8 bits
ASCII H'20 to H'7E or H'A1 to H'FE
MRC
SRC
Response code
Test data
"08"
"01"
"0000"
0 ~ 200 bytes
CompoWay/F
Communications
Response
Contents
Response Codes:
The response for a normal end is shown above. For the
response codes, refer to 6.7 Operation Commands (P. 6-13).
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Section 6 CompoWay/F Communications
6.10 Program Example
■ N88Basic
This program displays the response from the E5AR-T/ER-T on the
screen when command data is entered from the keyboard.
Command data from the unit number to the number of elements must
be entered.
The program was created in N88BASIC.
CompoWay/F
Communications
1000
1010
1020
1030
1040
1050
1060
1070
1080
1090
1100
1110
1120
1130
1140
1150
1160
1170
1180
1190
1200
1210
1220
1230
1240
1250
1260
1270
1280
1290
1300
1310
1320
1330
1340
1350
1360
1370
1380
1390
1400
1410
1420
1430
1440
1450
1460
1470
1480
1490
1500
1510
1520
1530
1540
1550
1560
1570
6-40
'---------------------------------------------------'PROGRAM: Sample E5AR/ER Communications Program for CompoWay/F
'VERSION:1.00
(c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2003
All Rights Reserved
'---------------------------------------------------'
'======Communications port (PARITY=EVEN, DATA=7, STOP=2) ======"
'
OPEN "COM:E73" AS #1
'
∗SENDDATA
'
========= Communications routine==================
'
--------Communications data input---------INPUT "SEND DATA:",SEND$
'
--------If no input, jump to end routine---------IF SEND$ = " " THEN ∗EXITSEND
'
-------BCC calculation-------BCC = 0
SEND$ = SEND$+CHR$(3)
FOR I=1 TO LEN(SEND$)
BCC = BCC XOR ASC(MID$(SEND$, I, 1))
NEXT I
BCC$ = CHR$(BCC)
'
------Send---------SDATA$ = CHR$(2)+SEND$+BCC$
PRINT #1, SDATA$;
'
========= Receive routine ===========
'
RDATA$ = " "
TIMEOUT = 0
∗RCVLOOP
-------No response detection------TIMEOUT = TIMEOUT+1
IF TIMEOUT > 2000 THEN RESP$ = "No Response":GOTO ∗RCVEND
IF LOC(1) = 0 THEN ∗RCVLOOP
'
-----Check for end character (if no end character, continue reading)
RDATA$ = RDATA$+INPUT$(LOC(1),#1)
IF LEN(RDATA$) <2 THEN ∗RCVLOOP
IF MID$(RDATA$,LEN(RDATA$)-1,1) <> CHR$(3) THEN ∗RCVLOOP
RESP$ = MID$(RDATA$,2,LEN(RDATA$)-2)
∗RCVEND
'
-------Display received data----------PRINT "RESPONSE:";RESP$
GOTO ∗SENDDATA
'
∗EXITSEND
=========End routine==========
CLOSE #1
END
6.10 Program Example
Reading the Present Value of Unit Number 01
RUN
SEND DATA:010000101C00000000001
RESPONSE:010000010100000000014F
SEND DATA: [STX] 01 00 0 0101 C0 0000 00 0001 [ETX] [BCC]
Number of elements
Bit position
Read start address
Variable type
MRC/SRC
SID
Sub-address
Node No.
RESPONSE: [STX] 01 00 00 0101 0000 0000014F [ETX] [BCC]
Read data
Response code
MRC/SRC
End code
Sub-address
Node No.
CompoWay/F
Communications
● Operation Example
6-41
CompoWay/F
Communications
Section 6 CompoWay/F Communications
6-42
Section 7 Modbus
Communications
Communications Method ................................................... 7-2
Frames............................................................................... 7-4
List of Functions ................................................................ 7-7
Variable Areas ................................................................... 7-8
Read from Variable Area ................................................. 7-11
Write to Variable Area...................................................... 7-13
Operation Commands...................................................... 7-15
Setting Areas ................................................................... 7-18
Commands and Responses ............................................ 7-20
Modbus
Communications
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
7-1
Section 7 Modbus Communications
7.1 Communications Method
■ Modbus Communications
Modbus communications are based on the RTU Mode of the Modbus
Protocol of Modicon Inc. (specifications: PI-MBUS-300 Revision J).
Detailed specifications for the Modbus protocol are provided below.
Supplement
Communications are implemented by creating a program on the host
computer. The descriptions in this section are therefore from the
perspective of the host computer. For example, “reading” and “writing”
refer to the host computer reading from and writing to the E5AR-T/ERT.
Modbus
Communications
■ Communications Specifications
Transfer connection
Multi-point
Communications method
RS-485 (2-wire, half duplex)
Synchronization method
Start-stop
Baud rate
9.6, 19.2, or 38.4 Kbit/s
Send code
RTU (Remote Terminal Unit)
Data length
8 bits
Stop bit length
Automatically determined by vertical parity
setting.
Error detection
Vertical parity: None, even, or odd
CRC-16 (Cyclical Redundancy Check)
Flow control
None
Interface
RS-485
Retry function
None
Communications buffer
217 bytes
Communications
response send wait time
0 to 99 ms
Default: 20 ms
Note: Default settings are shaded.
7-2
7.1 Communications Method
■ Transfer Protocol
The host computer sends a command frame, and the E5AR-T/ER-T
returns a response frame based on the contents of the command
frame. One response frame is sent in response to one command
frame.
Re
sp
fra ons
me e
d
an
mm e
Co fram
d
an
mm e
Co fram
Re
sp
fra ons
me e
Host computer
E5AR/ER-T
The exchange of the command frame and response frame is
described below.
After a receiving a response from the Controller, have the host
computer wait at least 5 ms before sending the next command.
When writing multiple sets of parameters in a row, such as when
writing to the variable area or performing a compound write, control
characteristics may be affected. Observe the following points.
Command
Command
Write a maximum of
three parameters at
at time.
Modbus
Communications
Response
5 ms min.
7-3
Section 7 Modbus Communications
7.2 Frames
Commands from the host computer and responses from the E5AR-T/ER-T take the form of frames that
conform to the Modbus (RTU) protocol. The data included in command frames and response frames is
described in this section.
In the following descriptions, an "H" before a numeric value (for example H’02) indicates that the value is a
hexadecimal number. Numbers or letters enclosed in quotation marks (for example "00") are ASCII
characters.
■ Command Frames
In RTU Mode, each frame begins and ends with a silent time interval
that is at least 3.5 characters long.
Slave Function
address code
Bytes:
1
Data
CRC-16
2
1
CRC-16 calculation range
Modbus
Communications
Silent interval at least 3.5 characters long.
Slave address
Specify the unit number of the E5AR-T/ER-T between
H'00 and H'63 (0 to 99). When broadcasting to all nodes,
specify H'00. Responses are not returned for broadcasts.
Function code
The function code specifies the command from the host
computer. The code is set in hexadecimal and is 1 byte
long. For more information, refer to 7.3 List of Functions
(P. 7-7).
Data
The text of command based on the function code. Specifies variable addresses and the values for set values in
hexadecimal.
CRC-16
Cyclical Redundancy Check
These two bytes store check code calculated from the
slave address to the end of the data in hexadecimal.
Silent interval at least 3.5 characters long.
● Example of CRC-16
Calculation
A message is processed 1 byte at a time in a 16-bit processing
register called the CRC register.
Supplement
CRC-16 Calculation Method:
As described below, the value from the slave address through the end
of the data is calculated and the result set as the CRC-16.
(1) An initial value of H'FFFF is set in the CRC register.
(2) An XOR is taken of the contents of the CRC register and the 1st byte of
the message, and the result is returned to the CRC register.
(3) The contents of the CRC register is shifted 1 bit to the right, and 0 is
placed in the MSB.
(4) If the bit shifted from the LSB is 0, step 3 is repeated.
If the bit shifted from the LSB is 1, an XOR is taken of the contents of the
CRC register and H'A001, and the result is returned to the CRC register.
7-4
7.2 Frames
(5) Steps 3 and 4 are repeated until the contents of the register have been
shifted 8 bits to the right.
(6) If the end of the message has not been reached, an XOR is taken of the
next byte of the CRC register and the message, the result is returned to
the CRC register, and the procedure is repeated from step (3).
(7) The result (the value in the CRC register) is placed in the lower byte of the
message.
Example of Appending the Result
If the calculated CRC value is H'1234, this is appended as follows to the
command frame:
Slave Function
address code
Bytes:
1
Data
1
CRC-16
Low
High
H'34
H'12
2
CRC-16 calculation range
■ Response Frames
● Normal Response Frames
Slave Function
address code
Bytes:
1
Data
1
CRC-16
2
CRC-16 calculation range
Slave Function Error
address code
code
Bytes:
1
1
1
Modbus
Communications
● Error Response Frames
CRC-16
2
CRC-16 calculation range
Slave address
The unit number that was specified in the command
frame is returned here. This is the unit number of the
responding E5AR-T/ER-T.
Function code
The function code that was received is returned here.
In an error response frame, "H'80" is added to the value
to indicate that this is an error response.
Example: Received function code = H'03
Function code in error response frame = H'83
Error code
CRC-16
An end code that indicates the error.
Cyclical Redundancy Check
These two bytes are a check code calculated from the
slave address through the end of the data in hexadecimal.
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Section 7 Modbus Communications
● Error Codes
End
code
Name
H'01
Function
code error
Received an unsupported function code.
H'02
Variable
address
error
The variable area number specified in the
variable address is out of range.
H'03
Modbus
Communications
H'04
● No Response
Description
Error
detection
priority
1
2
Variable
data error
The number of elements does not agree with
the number of data items.
Number of elements times 2 does not agree
with the byte count.
The response length exceeds the communications buffer size.
The operation code or related information in
an operation command is not correct.
The written data exceeds the setting range.
3
Operation
error
The setting in the write data is not permitted
in the current operating mode.
• The communications writing function is
disabled
• Attempted to write to set values insetting
area 1 from setting area 0.
• Attempted to write to Protect Level set
values from another level.
• AT is being executed.
• The program number was changed during
programmed operation.
• User calibration is in progress.
• The operation command cannot be
processed.
• Unit error, unit change, display unit error, or
EEPROM error.
4
In the following cases, the received command is not processed and a
response is not returned. A timeout will occur at the host device.
• The slave address in the received command is different from the
communications unit number set in the E5AR-T/ER-T.
• A parity error, framing error, or overrun error occurred due to a
transfer error or other error.
• A CRC-16 code error occurred in the received command frame.
• A time interval greater that 3.5 characters occurred between data
while receiving a command frame.
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7.3 List of Functions
7.3 List of Functions
The function codes supported by the E5AR-T/ER-T are listed below.
● Function Codes
Function
codes
Name
Description
03 (H'03)
Read from Variable Area
Reads a variable area. Multiple
variables that are consecutive
can be read.
16 (H'10)
Write to Variable Area
Writes to a variable area.
Multiple variables that are consecutive can be written.
Broadcasting is possible.
06 (H'06)
Operation Command
Writes an operation command.
Broadcasting is possible.
08 (H'08)
Echoback Test
Modbus
Communications
Performs an echoback test.
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Section 7 Modbus Communications
7.4 Variable Areas
The areas used for data exchange when communicating with the E5AR-T/ER-T are called the variable
areas. Present values can be read, and set values can be read and written using the variable areas of the
E5AR-T/ER-T.
Operation commands do not use the variable areas.
E5AR/ER-T
Operation
commands and
responses
Microprocessor
Variable area
Read/write
Personal computer
A variable area is accessed by specifying the position of a variable
within the variable area using the channel identifier, area number, and
address in the area.
■ Addresses
Modbus
Communications
Addresses are allocated within each variable type. Addresses are two
bytes long and written in hexadecimal. Addresses are allocated
according to access size. Each address consists of a channel
identifier, area number, and the address in the area.
Address (2 bytes)
#
#
∗
∗
∗
∗
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
0
Address in area (00 to FE)
Area numbers in the variable area are listed in the following table.
Variable
type
7-8
∗
Area number (00 to 3F)
Channel
(0 to 3)
● Area Numbers
∗
Description
04
Communications Monitor
05
Protect Level
06
Operation Level
07
Adjustment Level
08
Adjustment 2 Level
09
Alarm Set Setting Level
0A
PID Setting Level
0B
Approximation Setting Level
18
Program Setting Level
19
Time Signal Setting Level
Area
Setting area 0
(Operation in
progress.)
7.4 Variable Areas
Variable
type
● Address in Area
0C
Input Initial Setting Level
0D
Control Initial Setting Level
0E
Control Initial Setting 2 Level
0F
Alarm Setting Level
10
Display Adjustment Level
11
Communications Setting Level
12
Advanced Function Setting Level
13
Expansion Control Setting Level
Area
Setting area 1
(Operation stopped.)
To specify channels 2 to 4 for Controllers with more than one input
channel, specify a channel identifier between 1 and 3 to identify the
channel. Only 0 (channel 1) can be specified for controllers with only
one input channel.
Channel identifier
Channel
0
Channel 1
1
Channel 2
2
Channel 3
3
Channel 4
This address is allocated a parameter in the variable areas. Addresses
are assigned in order beginning from the first parameter.
For more information on addresses, refer to Appendix Setting Lists (P.
A-6).
The addresses indicated in the setting list are the addresses for
channel 1. To specify an address of channel 2, for example, add
H'4000 to the address in the setting list. For channel 3, add H'8000,
and for channel 4, add H'C000.
■ Number of Elements
The number of elements is expressed as a 2-byte hexadecimal
number. For example, if the number of elements is 0010, the first 8
elements of data (H'10) from the address are specified.
The specification range for the number of elements depends on the
command. Refer to 7.9 Commands and Responses (P. 7-20) for more
information.
In the Modbus protocol one element is two bytes of data, however, set
values in the E5AR-T/ER-T are four bytes each.
7-9
Modbus
Communications
● Channel Identifier
Description
Section 7 Modbus Communications
■ Set Values
Values read and written to the variable area are expressed in
hexadecimal and disregard the decimal point position. Negative values
are expressed as a two's complements.
Modbus
Communications
Example: D'105.0 → H'0000041A
This variable is an 8-digit number in hexadecimal. Negative
values are expressed as a two's complement. The decimal is
disregarded. If the PV of the E5AR-T/ER-T is 105.0, it will be
read as H'0000041A (105.0 → 1050 → H'0000041A). If data
that uses the program time unit is read and is displayed as
99.59, the read data will be H'000026E7 (99.59 → 9959 →
H'000026E7).
7-10
7.5 Read from Variable Area
7.5 Read from Variable Area
Read from a variable area by setting the required data in the following command frame.
Command
Command Frame
Slave Function
address code
Read start
address
Number of
elements
CRC-16
2
2
2
H'03
1
1
Data name
Slave address
Specify the unit number of the E5AR-T/ER-T. Set in
hexadecimal from H'01 to H'63 (1 to 99).
Function code
The function code for Read from Variable Area command is H'03.
Read start
address
Specify the address of the set value to read. For more
information on addresses, refer to Appendix Setting
Lists (P. A-6).
Number of
elements
Specify the number of set values to read times 2 for the
number of elements. The setting range is H'0002 to
H'006A (2 to 106).
Example: If the number of set values sets is 2, specify
H'0004.
CRC-16
The check code calculated based on the values from the
slave address through the end of the data. For the calculation method, refer to Example of CRC-16 Calculation
in 7.2 Frames (P. 7-4).
Modbus
Communications
Response
Description
Response Frame
Slave Function
address code
Byte
count
1
Data 1
Most significant Least significant
H'03
1
Read data
Data 1
1
Number of elements × 2 bytes
Data n
Data n
Most significant Least significant
CRC-16
2
Data name
Description
Slave address
The value from the command frame is returned here.
Function code
The received function code is returned here.
In an error response frame, "H'80" is added to the
received function code to indicate that it is an error
response.
Example: Received function code = H'03
Function code in error response frame = H'83
Byte count
Number of bytes of data that were read.
Read data
The set value that was read.
CRC-16
This is the check code calculated from the slave address
through the end of the data. For the calculation method,
refer to Example of CRC-16 Calculation in 7.2 Frames
(P. 7-4).
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Section 7 Modbus Communications
● Response Codes
Function
code
Error
code
Error name
Cause
H'02
Variable address
error
Error in the read start address.
H'03
Variable data
error
The number of elements
exceeds the specified range.
Operation error
Unit error, unit change, display
unit error, or EEPROM error
(does not occur when number
of elements is 0).
Normal end
No error.
H'83
H'04
H'03
−
● Reading Non-display Data
Set values can be read even if the parameters are set not to be
displayed or are not displayed due to the model.
Command/Response Example
Reading the PV of Channel 1
(Slave address: H'01)
PV of channel 1 (read-only data)
Address: H'0404
Data read: H'000003E8 (100.0°C)
Modbus
Communications
Command: 01
Response: 01
7-12
03
03
0404 00 02 (CRC-16)
04 00 00 03 E8 (CRC-16)
7.6 Write to Variable Area
7.6 Write to Variable Area
Write to a variable area by setting the required data in the following command frame.
Command
Command Frame
Slave Function
address code
Write start
address
Number of
elements
Byte
count
Write data
Data 1
1
Data 1
Most significant Least significant
H'10
1
2
2
Number of elements × 2 bytes
1
Data n
Data n
Most significant Least significant
CRC-16
2
Data name
Slave address
Specify the unit number of the E5AR-T/ER-T. Set in
hexadecimal from H'01 to H'63 (1 to 99).
Function code
The function code for the Write to Variable Area command is H' 10.
First address of
write
Specify the address of the set value to write.
For more information on addresses, refer to Appendix
Setting Lists (P. A-6).
Number of
elements
Specify the number of set values to write times 2 for the
number of elements. The setting range is H'0002 to
H'0068 (2 to 104).
Example: When the number of set values is 2, specify
H'0004.
Byte count
Specify the number of bytes of data to write.
Modbus
Communications
Response
Description
Response Frame
Slave Function
address code
Write start
address
Number of
elements
CRC-16
2
2
2
H'10
1
1
Data name
Description
Slave address
The value from the command frame is returned here.
Function code
The received function code is returned here.
In an error response frame, "H'80" is added to the
received function code to indicate that it is an error
response.
Example: Received function code = H'10
Function code in error response frame = H'90
Write start
address
The write start address that was received is returned
here.
Number of
elements
The received number of elements.
CRC-16
This is the check code calculated from the slave address
through the end of the data. For the calculation method,
refer to Example of CRC-16 Calculation in 7.2 Frames
(P. 7-4).
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Section 7 Modbus Communications
● Response Codes
Function
code
Error
code
Error name
H'02
Variable
address error
H'03
Modbus
Communications
H'10
−
Error in write start address.
Variable data
error
• Number of elements and number of
data items do not agree.
• Number of elements times 2 does
not agree with byte count.
• Write data exceeds the setting
range.
Operation
error
The operating status does not permit
writing. The settings for the write data
are not permitted in the current operating mode.
• The communications writing
function is disabled.
• Attempted to write to set values in
setting area 1 from setting area 0.
• Attempted to write to Protect Level
set values from another level.
• AT is being executed.
• The program number was changed
during programmed operation.
• User calibration is in progress.
• Unit error, unit change, display unit
error, or EEPROM error.
Normal end
No error
H'90
H'04
Cause
● Writing Non-display Data
It is possible to write set values even if they are set to not be displayed
or are not displayed due to the model. Exercise caution when writing
continuously.
Command/Response Example
Writing the SP Setting Upper Limit and SP Setting Lower Limit parameters in the Control Initial Setting Level for channel 1. (Slave address:
H'01)
SP Setting Upper Limit for Channel 1
Address:
H'0D1E
Data written: H'00002710 (1000.0°C)
SP Setting Lower Limit for Channel 1
Address:
H'0D20
Data written: H'FFFFFC18 (−100.0°C)
Command: 01 10 0D 1E 00 04 08 00 00 27 10
Response: 01 10 0D 1E 00 04 (CRC-16)
7-14
FF FF FC 18 (CRC-16)
7.7 Operation Commands
7.7 Operation Commands
Operation commands are sent using the following command frame.
Command Frame
Slave Function
address code
H'06
1
Write start
address
H'00
1
Write data
CRC-16
2
2
H'00
2
Data name
Description
Slave address
Specify the unit number of the E5AR-T/ER-T. Set in
hexadecimal from H'01 to H'63 (1 to 99).
Function code
The function code for an Operation Command is H'06.
Write start
address
Specify H'0000 for the Operation Command address.
Write data
Enter the operation code of the operation command
and related information (see table below).
CRC-16
This is the check code calculated from the slave
address through the end of the data. For the calculation method, refer to Example of CRC-16 Calculation
in 7.2 Frames (P. 7-4).
Operation Commands for the E5AR-T/ER-T are listed in the following
table.
Operation
code
Description
Related information
H'00
Communications Writing
H'0 *1
H'0: OFF (disabled)
H'1: ON (enabled)
H'01
Run/Reset
H'0 to 3, F *2
H'0: Run, H'1: Reset
H'03
AT Execute
H'0 to 3, F *2
H'0: Current PID set number
H'1 to 8: PID set number
H'04
Write Mode
H'0 *1
H'0: Backup Mode
H'1: RAM Write Mode
H'05
Save RAM
Data
H'0 *1
H'0
H'06
Software
Reset
H'0 *1
H'0
H'07
Move to Setting Area 1
H'0 *1
H'0
H'08
Move to Protect Level
H'0 *1
H'0
H'09
Auto/Manual
H'0 to 3, F *2
H'0: Auto Mode
H'1: Manual Mode
H'0A
AT Cancel
H'0 to 3, F *2
H'0: Cancel
H'0B
Parameter
Initialization
H'0 *1
H'0
Upper Byte
Modbus
Communications
Command
Lower Byte
7-15
Section 7 Modbus Communications
Operation
code
Description
Related information
H'0C
Alarm Latch
Cancel
H'0 to 3, F *2
H'0
H'0D
SP Mode
H'0 to 3, F *2
H'0: PSP, H'1: RSP, H'2: FSP
H'12
Hold
H'0 to 3, F *2
H'0: Hold Cancel
H'1: Hold
H'13
Advance
H'0 to 3, F *2
H'0
H'14
Back
H'0 to 3, F *2
H'0
Upper Byte
Lower Byte
*1: Executed for all channels.
*2: Specify the channel.
0: CH1, 1: CH2, 2: CH3, 3: CH4, F: All channels
Note: When all channels is specified, only enabled channels will
respond and processing will begin from channel 1. If an error is
detected on any one channel, an operation error will occur. If all
channels end normally, a normal end will occur.
Response
Response Frame
Slave Function
address code
H'06
1
Write start
address
H'00
1
2
Modbus
Communications
Data name
7-16
Write data
CRC-16
2
2
H'00
Description
Slave address
The value from the command frame appears here.
Function code
This is the received function code.
In an error response frame, "H'80" is added to the
received function code to indicate that it is an error
response.
Example: Received function code = H'06
Function code in error response frame = H'86
Beginning
address of write
Beginning address of write that was received.
Written data
Received operation command data.
CRC-16
This is the check code calculated from the slave address
through the end of the data. For the calculation method,
refer to Example of CRC-16 Calculation in 7.2 Frames
(P. 7-4).
7.7 Operation Commands
● Response Codes
Function
code
Error
code
Error name
H'02
Variable
address error
H'03
Variable data
error
• Incorrect operation code or related
Operation
error
The operating status does not permit
writing.
• The communications writing function is disabled. The command will
be received even if the communications writing function is disabled.
• Cannot process.
See description of commands in 7.9
Commands and Responses (P. 720).
• Unit error, unit change, display unit
error, or EEPROM error.
Normal end
No error
H'86
H'04
H'06
−
Cause
The variable address is not H'0000.
Error in written data.
information.
Command/Response Example
Operation Command to Channel 2 (slave address: H'01)
Command: 01
Response: 01
06
06
00 00
00 00
01 11
01 11
Modbus
Communications
Channel 2 Operation Command
Address: H'0000
Written data: H'0111 (Reset command to channel 2)
(CRC-16)
(CRC-16)
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Section 7 Modbus Communications
7.8 Setting Areas
The E5AR-T/ER-T has two setting areas for communications: Setting
area 0 and setting area 1.
In setting area 0, operation continues. Setting area 0 makes it possible
to perform operations that require operation to be in progress, such as
reading the PV, writing an SP, and starting/resetting operation (Run/
Reset), as well as operations that do not interfere with control. On the
other hand, operations that may change control, such as writing Initial
set values, cannot be performed. (Set values that cannot be written
can still be read.)
In setting area 1, operation is stopped. This makes it possible to
perform operations such as writing Initial set values, which cannot be
written in setting area 0.
When the power is turned ON, setting area 0 is selected. To access
setting area 1, use the Move to Setting Area 1 operation command. To
return to setting area 0 from setting area 1, turn OFF the power or use
the Software Reset operation command.
Power ON
Software Reset
operation command
Setting area 0 Move to Setting Area 1 Setting area 1
operation command
Modbus
Communications
Operation in progress.
Area
number
7-18
Description
04
Communications Monitor
05
Protect Level
06
Operation Level
07
Adjustment Level
08
Adjustment 2 Level
09
Alarm Set Setting Level
0A
PID Setting Level
0B
Approximation Setting Level
18
Program Setting Level
19
Time Signal Setting Level
Operation stopped.
Area
Setting area 0
(Operation in
progress.)
7.8 Setting Areas
Description
0C
Input Initial Setting Level
0D
Control Initial Setting Level
0E
Control Initial Setting 2 Level
0F
Alarm Setting Level
10
Display Adjustment Level
11
Communications Setting Level
12
Advanced Function Setting Level
13
Expansion Control Setting Level
Area
Setting area 1
(Operation stopped.)
Modbus
Communications
Area
number
7-19
Section 7 Modbus Communications
7.9 Commands and Responses
The E5AR-T/ER-T provides a set of commands that read from variable areas, write to variable areas,
execute operation commands, and execute other services provided by the Modbus communications
protocol. The commands supported by the E5AR-T/ER-T are described below.
■ Reading Monitor Values
Command
Slave Function
address code
Read start
address
Number of
elements
CRC-16
2
2
2
H'03
1
1
Address
Ch
H'0404
H'0406
H'040A
H'040C
H'040E
1
H'0410
H'4404
H'4406
Modbus
Communications
H'440A
H'440C
H'440E
2
H'4410
Monitor value
Data name
PV
Present Set Point
PID Set Number
Monitor
Status
Program Status
Alarm Set Number
Monitor
PV
Present Set Point
PID Set Number
Monitor
Status
Program Status
Alarm Set Number
Monitor
Address
Ch
H'8404
H'8406
H'840A
H'840C
H'840E
3
H'8410
H'C404
H'C406
H'C40A
H'C40C
H'C40E
H'C410
4
Monitor value
Data name
PV
Present Set Point
PID Set Number
Monitor
Status
Program Status
Alarm Set Number
Monitor
PV
Present Set Point
PID Set Number
Monitor
Status
Program Status
Alarm Set Number
Monitor
This command is used to read the present values, status, and other
monitor values. The number of elements can be set from H'0004 to
006A (4 to 106) to allow reading monitor values in consecutive
addresses.
When used in setting area 1, the response for the present value and
internal SP will be 0 and the response for the status will be as
indicated in the notes in [email protected] Status (Communications) in
Appendix Setting Lists (P. A-8).
Response
Slave Function
address code
Byte
count
1
Data 1
Most significant Least significant
H'03
1
Read data
Data 1
1
Number of elements × 2 bytes
Data n
Data n
Most significant Least significant
CRC-16
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.5 Read from Variable Area (P. 7-11).
7-20
7.9 Commands and Responses
■ Reading Set Values
Slave Function
address code
Read start
address
Number of
elements
CRC-16
2
2
2
H'03
1
1
Description
Address
Ch
Set values in setting area 0
H'0600 to 061C
Operation Level
H'0700 to 074A
Adjustment Level
H'0800 to 0818
Adjustment 2 Level
H'0900 to 096E
Alarm Set Setting Level
H'0A00 to 0A9E
PID Setting Level
H'0B00 to 0B6E
Approximation Setting Level
H'1800 to 183A
Program Setting Level
H'1900 to 196C
Time Signal Setting Level
1
Set values in setting area 1
H'0C00 to 0C20
Input Initial Setting Level
H'0D00 to 0D36
Control Initial Setting Level
H'0E00 to 0E76
Control Initial Setting 2 Level
H'0F00 to 0F2C
Alarm Setting Level
H'1000 to 100E
Display Adjustment Level
H'1100 to 110C
Communications Setting Level
H'1200 to 1218
Advanced Function Setting Level
H'1300 to 133A
Expansion Control Setting Level
H'4000 added to above
addresses
2
Same set values as channel 1
H'8000 added to above
addresses
3
Same set values as channel 1
H'C000 added to above
addresses
4
Same set values as channel 1
This command is used to read set values. The number of elements
can be set from H'0004 to 006A (4 to 106) to allow successive reading
of 2 to 53 set values in consecutive addresses.
To specify the variable type or address, refer to Appendix Setting Lists
(P. A-6). The upper limit of an address depends on the variable type.
This command can be used in both setting area 0 and setting area 1.
When used in setting area 1, the response for the remote SP monitor,
ramp SP monitor, and valve opening monitor will be 0 and the
response for the status will be as indicated in the notes in [email protected]
Status (Communications) in Appendix Setting Lists (P. A-8).
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Modbus
Communications
Command
Section 7 Modbus Communications
Response
Slave Function Byte
address code count
Read data
Data 1
1
Data 1
Most significant Least significant
H'03
1
Number of elements × 2 bytes
1
Data n
Data n
Most significant Least significant
CRC-16
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.5 Read from Variable Area (P. 7-11).
■ Writing Set Values in Protect Level
Command
Slave Function
address code
Write start
address
H'10
1
1
2
Number of
elements
Byte
count
H'0002
H'04
2
1
Write data
CRC-16
4 bytes
2
Address
Parameter
H'0500
Operation Adjustment Protection
H'0502
Initial Setting Protection
H'0504
Setting Change Protection
H'0506
PF Key Protection
Modbus
Communications
This command writes set values in the Protect Level. Refer to 4.1
Setting Levels and Key Operations (P. 4-2) for information on Protect
Level.
This command is used in setting area 0. If used in setting area 1, an
error will result.
To use this command, first enable using the communications writing
function by executing the Communications Writing operation
command, and then move to Protect Level by executing the Move to
Protect Level operation command.
Response
Slave Function
address code
Write start
address
Number of
elements
CRC-16
2
2
2
H'10
1
1
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.6 Write to Variable Area (P. 7-13).
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7.9 Commands and Responses
■ Writing Set Values
Slave Function
address code
Write start
address
Number of
elements
Byte
count
1
Data 1
Most significant Least significant
H'10
1
Write data
Data 1
2
2
1
Number of elements × 2 bytes
Data n
Data n
Most significant Least significant
CRC-16
2
Description
Address
Ch
Set values in setting area 0
H'0600 to 061C
Operation Level
H'0700 to 074A
Adjustment Level
H'0800 to 0818
Adjustment 2 Level
H'0900 to 096E
Alarm Set Setting Level
H'0A00 to 0A9E
PID Setting Level
H'0B00 to 0B6E
Approximation Setting Level
H'1800 to 183A
Program Setting Level
H'1900 to 196C
Modbus
Communications
Command
Time Signal Setting Level
1
Set values in setting area 1
H'0C00 to 0C20
Input Initial Setting Level
H'0D00 to 0D36
Control Initial Setting Level
H'0E00 to 0E76
Control Initial Setting 2 Level
H'0F00 to 0F2C
Alarm Setting Level
H'1000 to 100E
Display Adjustment Level
H'1100 to 110C
Communications Setting Level
H'1200 to 1218
Advanced Function Setting Level
H'1300 to 133A
Expansion Control Setting Level
H'4000 added to above
addresses
2
Same set values as channel 1
H'8000 added to above
addresses
3
Same set values as channel 1
H'C000 added to above
addresses
4
Same set values as channel 1
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Section 7 Modbus Communications
This command is used to write set values. The number of elements
can be set from H'0004 to 0068 (4 to 104) to write from 2 to 52 set
values at consecutive addresses.
To specify the variable type and address, refer to Appendix Setting
Lists (P. A-6).
Parameters in setting area 1 can be written from setting area 1. An
operation error will occur if parameters are written from setting area 0.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
To store the set values for Operation or Adjustment Level in EEPROM,
select "Backup Mode" and execute the RAM Write Mode command. If
"Backup Mode" is not selected, the set values will not remain in
memory when the power is turned OFF. For more information on the
above levels, refer to 4.1 Setting Levels and Key Operations (P. 4-2).
Response
Slave Function
address code
Write start
address
Number of
elements
CRC-16
2
2
2
H'10
1
1
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.6 Write to Variable Area (P. 7-13).
■ Communications Writing
Modbus
Communications
Command
Slave Function
address code
H'06
1
Write start Operation Related
address
code
information CRC-16
H'00
1
H'00
H'00
2
2
Related
information
2
Description
H'00
Communications Writing Disabled
H'01
Communications Writing Enabled
This command is used to enable or disable the communications
writing function. It changes the setting of the Communications Writing
parameter.
When the communications writing function is disabled, communications cannot be used to write set values or send operation commands,
such as the Run/Reset operation command.
The default setting is "Communications Writing Disabled."
This command can be used in both setting area 0 and setting area 1.
Response
Slave Function
address code
H'06
1
7-24
1
Write start Operation Related
address
code
information CRC-16
H'00
H'00
2
H'00
2
2
7.9 Commands and Responses
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.7 Operation Commands (P. 7-15).
■ Run/Reset
Command
Slave Function Write start Operation Related
address code
address
code information
H'06
1
H'00
1
H'00
CRC-16
H'01
2
2
2
Description
Related
information
Ch
Control state
H'00
Run
1
H'01
Reset
H'10
Run
2
H'11
Reset
H'20
Run
3
H'21
Reset
H'30
Run
4
H'31
Reset
H'F0
Run
All
H'F1
Reset
This command is used in setting area 0.
When the control mode is set to cascade control, perform the Run/
Reset operation command for channel 2.
If "All" is selected for the channel, only the channels that are enabled
will be affected by this command.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
Slave Function Write start Operation Related
address code
address
code
information
H'06
1
1
H'00
H'00
2
CRC-16
H'01
2
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.7 Operation Commands (P. 7-15).
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Modbus
Communications
This command is used to start or reset control.
Section 7 Modbus Communications
■ AT Execute
Command
Slave Function Write start Operation Related
address code
address
code information
H'06
1
H'00
1
H'00
CRC-16
H'03
2
2
2
Description
Related
information
Ch
H'00 to 08
1
00: Current PID set number
01 to 08: PID set number 1 to 8
H'10 to 18
2
10: Current PID set number
11 to 18: PID set number 1 to 8
H'20 to 28
3
20: Current PID set number
21 to 28: PID set number 1 to 8
H'30 to 38
4
30: Current PID set number
31 to 38: PID set number 1 to 8
H'F0 to F8
All
F0: Current PID set number
F1 to F8: PID set number 1 to 8
Command mode
This command executes AT. On the E5AR-T/ER-T, the PID set
number must be specified when executing AT.
To specify the current PID set number (the PID set currently used for
operation), set the lower byte of the related information to 0.
Modbus
Communications
This command is used in setting area 0. An operation error will occur if
it is used in setting area 1. An operation error will also occur in the
following cases:
• If the Run/Reset parameter is set to “Reset” for the
specified channel
• If the Auto/Manual parameter is set to “Manual” for the
specified channel
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
Slave Function Write start Operation Related
address code
address
code information
H'06
1
1
H'00
H'00
2
CRC-16
H'03
2
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.7 Operation Commands (P. 7-15).
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7.9 Commands and Responses
■ AT Cancel
Command
Slave Function
address code
H'06
1
Write start Operation Related
address
code information
H'00
1
H'00
CRC-16
H'0A
2
2
2
Description
Related
information
Ch
Command mode
H'00
1
AT Cancel
H'10
2
AT Cancel
H'20
3
AT Cancel
H'30
4
AT Cancel
H'F0
All
AT Cancel
This command cancels AT.
This command is used in setting area 0. An operating error will occur if
it is used in setting area 1. An operation error will also occur in the
following cases:
• If the Run/Reset parameter is set to “Reset” for the
specified channel
• If the Auto/Manual parameter is set to “Manual” for the
specified channel
Response
Slave Function
address code
H'06
1
Write start
address
H'00
1
H'00
Operation Related
code information CRC-16
H'0A
2
2
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.7 Operation Commands (P. 7-15).
■ Write Mode
Command
Slave Function Write start Operation Related
address code
address
code information
H'06
1
H'00
1
Related
information
H'00
2
CRC-16
H'04
2
2
Description
H'00
Backup Mode
H'01
RAM Write Mode
This command is used to select the Backup Mode or RAM Write
Mode.
The default setting is “Backup Mode.”
This command can be used in both setting area 0 and setting area 1.
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Modbus
Communications
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Section 7 Modbus Communications
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Write mode
Description
Backup Mode
When communications are used to write set values in
the Operation, Program Setting, Adjustment, Adjustment 2, Alarm Set Setting, PID Setting, Time Signal
Setting, or Approximation Setting Level, the data is
also written to EEPROM.
RAM Write Mode
When communications are used to write set values in
the Operation, Program Setting, Adjustment, Adjustment 2, Alarm Set Setting, PID Setting, Time Signal
Setting, or Approximation Setting Level, the data is
not written to EEPROM.
When SP tracking or PV tracking is ON and the mode
is changed to Remote SP Mode or Manual Mode, the
SP is not written to EEPROM.
When a change is made to a parameter setting using
a key operation, the data is written to EEPROM.
When the write mode is changed from RAM Write Mode to Backup
Mode, the set values in the Operation, Program Setting, Adjustment,
Adjustment 2, Alarm Set Setting, PID Setting, Time Signal Setting, and
Approximation Setting Levels are written to EEPROM. Each level is
described in 4.1 Setting Levels and Key Operations (P. 4-2).
The time required for RAM backup depends on the number of settings that were changed in RAM Backup Mode.
The more settings that were changed, the longer the time
required. For example, if all settings in Operation, Program Setting, Adjustment, Adjustment 2, Alarm Set Setting, PID Setting, Time Signal Setting, and Approximation
Levels were changed, the most time would be required,
which is about 5 seconds.
Modbus
Communications
Important
Response
Slave Function Write start Operation Related
address code
address
code information
H'06
1
H'00
1
H'00
CRC-16
H'04
2
2
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.7 Operation Commands (P. 7-15).
■ Save RAM Data
Command
Slave Function Write start Operation Related
address code
address
code information
H'06
1
1
H'00
H'00
2
H'05
CRC-16
H'00
2
2
This command writes the set values in the Operation and Adjustment
Levels to EEPROM. Operation and Adjustment Levels are described
in 4.1 Setting Levels and Key Operations (P. 4-2).
This command can be used in both setting area 0 and setting area 1.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
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7.9 Commands and Responses
Response
Slave Function Write start
address code
address
H'06
1
H'00
1
Operation Related
code
information
H'00
H'05
2
CRC-16
H'00
2
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.7 Operation Commands (P. 7-15).
■ Software Reset
Command
Slave Function
address code
H'06
1
Write start Operation Related
address
code information
H'00
1
H'00
H'06
2
CRC-16
H'00
2
2
A software reset causes the same operation as turning the power OFF
and ON.
This command can be used in both setting area 0 and setting area 1.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Slave Function Write start Operation Related
address code
address
code
information
H'06
1
H'00
1
H'00
H'06
2
CRC-16
H'00
2
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.7 Operation Commands (P. 7-15).
■ Move to Setting Area 1
Command
Slave Function Write start Operation Related
address code
address
code
information
H'06
1
1
H'00
H'00
2
H'07
CRC-16
H'00
2
2
Use this command to move to setting area 1.
The command is used in setting area 0. Nothing happens if the
command is used in setting area 1.
If the command is used when the Initial Setting Protection parameter is
set to 2 (Disable Move to Input Initial Setting Level), an operation error
will occur.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
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Modbus
Communications
Response
Section 7 Modbus Communications
Response
Slave Function Write start Operation Related
address code
address
code
information
H'06
1
H'00
1
H'00
H'07
2
CRC-16
H'00
2
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.7 Operation Commands (P. 7-15).
■ Move to Protect Level
Command
Slave Function Write start Operation Related
address code
address
code information
H'06
1
H'00
1
H'00
H'08
2
CRC-16
H'00
2
2
Use this command to move to Protect Level. Protect Level is described
in 4.1 Setting Levels and Key Operations (P. 4-2).
This command is used in setting area 0. If used in setting area 1, an
operation error will result.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
Slave Function Write start
address code
address
H'06
Modbus
Communications
1
H'00
1
Operation Related
code information
H'00
H'08
2
CRC-16
H'00
2
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.7 Operation Commands (P. 7-15).
■ Auto/Manual
Command
Slave Function Write start
address
address code
H'06
1
H'00
1
Related
information
Operation Related
code information
H'00
2
CRC-16
H'09
2
2
Description
Ch
H'00
Command mode
Auto
1
H'01
Manual
H'10
Auto
2
H'11
Manual
H'20
Auto
3
H'21
Manual
H'30
Auto
4
H'31
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Manual
7.9 Commands and Responses
Description
Related
information
Ch
Command mode
H'F0
Auto
All
H'F1
Manual
Use this command to select automatic or manual operation.
This command is used in setting area 0. If used in setting area 1, an
operation error will result.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
When the control mode is set to cascade control, perform the Auto/
Manual operation command for channel 2.
Response
Slave Function Write start Operation Related
address code
address
code information
H'06
1
H'00
1
H'00
CRC-16
H'09
2
2
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.7 Operation Commands (P. 7-15).
■ Parameter Initialization
Command
Slave Function Write start Operation Related
address code
address
code information
H'06
1
H'00
1
H'00
H'0B
2
CRC-16
H'00
2
2
This command is used in setting area 1. If used in setting area 0, an
operation error will result.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
Slave Function Write start
address code
address
H'06
1
1
H'00
H'00
2
Operation Related
code information
H'0B
CRC-16
H'00
2
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.7 Operation Commands (P. 7-15).
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Modbus
Communications
This command returns all settings to the default settings.
Section 7 Modbus Communications
■ Alarm Latch Cancel
Command
Slave Function Write start
address code
address
H'06
1
H'00
1
Operation Related
code information
H'00
CRC-16
H'0C
2
2
2
Description
Related
information
Ch
Command mode
H'00
1
Alarm Latch Cancel
H'10
2
Alarm Latch Cancel
H'20
3
Alarm Latch Cancel
H'30
4
Alarm Latch Cancel
H'F0
All
Alarm Latch Cancel
This command cancels alarm latch. The command is used when the
alarm latch function is in use.
This command can be used in both setting area 0 and setting area 1.
If AT is being executed for the specified channel, an operation error
will occur.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
Slave Function Write start
address code
address
H'06
Modbus
Communications
1
H'00
1
Operation Related
code information
H'00
CRC-16
H'0C
2
2
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.7 Operation Commands (P. 7-15).
■ SP Mode
Command
Slave Function Write start
address code
address
H'06
1
H'00
1
Related
information
Operation Related
code information
H'00
2
2
2
Description
Ch
"00"
"01"
CRC-16
H'0D
Command mode
Program SP
1
Remote SP
"02"
Fixed SP
"10"
Program SP
"11"
2
"12"
Remote SP (Close Cascade)
Remote SP (Open Cascade)
"21"
Remote SP
3
"22"
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Fixed SP
7.9 Commands and Responses
Description
Related
information
Ch
Command mode
"31"
Remote SP
4
"32"
Fixed SP
"F1"
Remote SP
All
"F2"
Fixed SP
Use this command to select the SP Mode. Refer to SP Modes in 5.7
Program Operation Functions (P. 5-31) for details on the SP Mode.
This command can be used in both setting area 0 and setting area 1.
If AT is being run in the specified channel, an operation error will
occur.
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
Slave Function Write start Operation Related
address code
address
code information
H'06
1
H'00
1
H'00
CRC-16
H'0D
2
2
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.7 Operation Commands (P. 7-15).
Command
Slave Function Write start
address code
address
H'06
1
H'00
1
Related
information
H'00
2
Operation Related
code information
Modbus
Communications
■ Hold
CRC-16
H'12
2
2
Description
Ch
"00"
Command mode
Hold Cancel
1
"01"
Hold
"10"
Hold Cancel
2
"11"
Hold
"20"
Hold Cancel
3
"21"
Hold
"30"
Hold Cancel
4
"31"
Hold
"F0"
Hold Cancel
All
"F1"
Hold
This command starts or cancels the hold operation.
This command is used in setting area 0. An operation error will occur if
it is used is setting area 1.
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Section 7 Modbus Communications
Operation errors will also occur in the following cases:
• If AT is being executed
• If the specified channel is being reset or is on standby
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
Slave Function Write start Operation Related
address code
address
code information
H'06
1
H'00
1
H'00
CRC-16
H'12
2
2
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.7 Operation Commands (P. 7-15).
■ Advance
Command
Slave Function Write start
address code
address
H'06
Modbus
Communications
1
H'00
1
H'00
Operation Related
code information
CRC-16
H'13
2
2
2
Description
Related
information
Ch
Command mode
"00"
1
Advance
"10"
2
Advance
"20"
3
Advance
"30"
4
Advance
"F0"
All
Advance
This command executes an advance operation. Operation will move to
the beginning of the next segment.
This command is used in setting area 0. An operation error will occur if
it is used in setting area 1.
Operation errors will also occur in the following cases:
• If AT is being executed
• If the specified channel is being reset or is on standby
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Response
Slave Function Write start Operation Related
address code
address
code information
H'06
1
1
H'00
H'00
2
CRC-16
H'13
2
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.7 Operation Commands (P. 7-15).
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7.9 Commands and Responses
■ Back
Command
Slave Function Write start
address code
address
H'06
1
H'00
1
Operation Related
code information
H'00
CRC-16
H'14
2
2
2
Description
Related
information
Ch
Command mode
"00"
1
Back
"10"
2
Back
"20"
3
Back
"30"
4
Back
"F0"
All
Back
This command executes a back operation. Operation will move to the
beginning of the current segment.
This command is used in setting area 0. An operation error will occur if
it is used in setting area 1.
Operation errors will also occur in the following cases:
• If AT is being executed
• If the specified channel is being reset or is on standby
Response
Slave Function Write start Operation Related
address code
address
code information
H'06
1
H'00
1
H'00
2
CRC-16
H'14
2
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.7 Operation Commands (P. 7-15).
■ Echoback Test
Command
Slave Function
address code
H'08
1
Write start
address
H'00
1
Test data
CRC-16
2
2
H'00
2
This command is used to perform an echoback test.
The command can be used in any state of the E5AR-T/ER-T.
The test data can be any two bytes of hexadecimal data.
Response
Slave Function
address code
H'08
1
1
Write start
address
H'00
Test data
CRC-16
2
2
H'00
2
The response for a normal end is shown above. For information on
error responses, refer to 7.7 Operation Commands (P. 7-15).
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Modbus
Communications
To use this command, the communications writing function must be
enabled using the Communications Writing operation command.
Modbus
Communications
Section 7 Modbus Communications
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Section 8 Parameters
Using this Section .............................................................. 8-2
Protect Level (l.prt) ......................................................... 8-3
Operation Level ( )............................................................ 8-6
Program Setting Level ( )................................................ 8-16
Adjustment Level (l.adj)................................................. 8-22
Adjustment 2 Level (l.ad2).............................................. 8-33
Alarm Set Setting Level (l.alm)....................................... 8-36
PID Setting Level (l.pid) ................................................ 8-39
Time Signal Setting Level ( ) .......................................... 8-43
Approximation Setting Level (l.tec) ............................... 8-46
Input Initial Setting Level (l.0) ......................................... 8-49
Control Initial Setting Level (l.1)...................................... 8-55
Control Initial Setting 2 Level (l.2)................................... 8-63
Alarm Setting Level (l.3) ................................................. 8-74
Display Adjustment Level (l.4) ........................................ 8-80
Communications Setting Level (l.5) ................................ 8-84
Advanced Function Setting Level (l.adf)........................ 8-88
Expansion Control Setting Level (l.exc) ......................... 8-94
Parameters
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
8.10
8.11
8.12
8.13
8.14
8.15
8.16
8.17
8.18
8-1
Section 8 Parameters
8.1 Using this Section
● Marks Used in this Section
Indicates the description of the meaning and function of the parameter.
Function
Indicates the setting range and initial setting of the parameter.
Setting
Indicates parameters used for monitor values.
Monitor
Indicates the description of a procedure for operating the E5AR-T/ERT.
Operation
Indicates where a parameter is described and notes related to parameters.
Reference
● Conditions for Displaying Parameters
A parameter will only appear on the display of the E5AR-T/ER-T when
the conditions for use of the parameter are satisfied. (Conditions for
use are indicated to the right of the parameter name.) Protected
parameters, however, are not displayed regardless of the conditions
for use, although they are in effect.
Parameters
For parameters that can be set separately for each channel on a
Controller with more than one input, CH appears to upper left of the
parameter in this section.
CH
AT run/stop
at
l. adj
During control using advanced PID control
Setting data name
Conditions for use
Display text
(Display No. 1)
Indicates a parameter that can
be set separately for each channel.
● Order of Parameters
Parameter are described by level.
8-2
Level indication
(Display No. 3)
8.2 Protect Level (l.prt)
8.2 Protect Level (l.prt)
Protect Level consists of four types of protection: Operation Adjustment Protection, Initial Setting
Protection, Setting Change Protection, and PF Key Protection. Each is used to protect the corresponding
settings and prevent accidental changes to the settings.
● Level Changes at Startup Up To Protect Level
Power ON
Program
Setting Level
Operation
Level
L key
less than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
Approximation
Setting
Level l. tec
L+M 1 s
or longer
L key
less than 1 s
Time Signal
Setting Level
L key less
than 1 s
Adjustment
Level
l. adj
PID Setting
Level
l. pid
L key less
than 1 s
L+M 3 s
or longer
Adjustment 2
Level
l. ad2
L key
less than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
Alarm Set
Setting
Level l. bnk
L key less
than 1 s
Control in progress
Protect
Level l.prt
● Parameter Changes within Protect Level
Protect Level
l.prt
OAPT:
Operation Adjustment Protection
00-4
oapt
M
ICPT:
M
0 0-2
WTPT:
wtpt Setting Change Protection
off OFF(0)/ON(1)
Parameters
M
icpt Initial Setting Protection
M
PFPT:
pfpt PF Key Protection
off OFF(0)/ON(1)
8-3
Section 8 Parameters
l.prt
oapt
icpt
wtpt
pfpt
Operation Adjustment Protection
Initial Setting Protection
Setting Change Protection
PF Key Protection
The parameters that are protected are indicated below. Default
settings are shaded.
Function
• Operation Adjustment Protection
This function restricts key operation in Operation Level, Program
Setting Level, Adjustment Level, Adjustment 2 Level, Alarm Set
Setting Level, PID Setting Level, Time Signal Setting Level, Approximation Setting Level, and Monitor Item Level.
Operation Level
Setting
Set
value
PV, Fixed
SP, or
Program
Number
Other
Program Setting
Level,
Adjustment
Level, and
Adjustment 2
Level
Alarm Set Setting
Level, PID Setting
Level, Time Signal
Setting Level,
Approximation
Level and Monitor
Item Level
0
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
1
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Prohibited
2
Enabled
Enabled
Prohibited
Prohibited
3
Enabled
Prohibited
Prohibited
Prohibited
4
Restrictions *
Prohibited
Prohibited
Prohibited
Parameters
* The Program No. parameter is prohibited.
Enabled:
No restrictions (Parameters can be displayed or changed,
and the level can be entered.)
Restrictions: Some restrictions apply. (Parameters can be displayed
but not changed.)
Prohibited: The parameters are completely protected. (Parameters
cannot be displayed and the level can be entered.)
Function
• Initial Setting Protection
Restricts movement to the Input Initial Setting Level, Control Initial
Setting Level, Control Initial Setting 2 Level, Alarm Setting Level,
Display Adjustment Level, and Communications Setting Level.
Set
value
Move to Input Initial
Setting Level
Setting
8-4
Move to Control initial Setting,
Control Initial Setting 2, Alarm
Setting, Display Adjustment, and
Communications Setting Level
0
Enabled (displays
Advanced Function Setting Level)
Enabled
1
Enabled (Does not
display Advanced
Function Setting Level)
Enabled
2
Prohibited
Prohibited
8.2 Protect Level (l.prt)
• When the Initial Setting Protection parameter is set to 2, nothing
happens when the Level Key is held down for 1 second or more to
move to Input Initial Setting Level from Operation Level, Program
Setting Level, Adjustment Level, Adjustment 2 Level, Alarm Set
Setting Level, PID Setting Level, Time Signal Setting Level, Approximation Setting Level, or Monitor Item Level. (The display will also not
flash to indicate the move.)
• Setting Change Protection
Prevents use of the U and D Keys.
Function
Set
value
Setting
OFF
ON
Changing set values
using key operations
Exceptions
Enabled
−
Prohibited
• All parameters in Protect Level
• Move to Advanced Function Setting Level
• Move to Calibration Level
• Program Editing
• Segment Editing
• Display Set Setting Level
• Display PID Selection
• The Setting Change Protection parameter is set to “OFF” by default.
• PF Key Protection
Prevents use of the PF1 and PF2 Keys.
Function
Setting
Changing set values using key operations
OFF
PF1/PF2 Keys are enabled
ON
PF1/PF2 Keys are disabled (operation as a function key and
channel key is disabled)
Parameters
Set
value
• The PF Key Protection parameter is set to “OFF” by default.
8-5
Section 8 Parameters
8.3 Operation Level ( )
Display this level to operate the control system. The SP can be set and the PV monitored in this level.
● Level Changes at Startup Up To Operation Level
Power ON
Operation
Level
L key less
than 1 s
Program
Setting
Level
L key
less than 1 s
Time Signal
Setting
Level
L key
less than 1 s
Approximation
Setting
Level l.tec
Adjustment 2
Adjustment
Level l.ad2
Level l.adj
L key
L key
less than 1 s
L key less
less than 1 s
than 1 s
Alarm Set
PID Setting
Setting
Level l.pid
L key
L key Level l.alm
less than 1 s
less than 1 s
Control in progress
● Parameter Changes within Operation Level
Operation Level
CH
CH
PV/Manual MV
0.0 (Position-proportional control
manu models: PV/Valve Opening)*1
CH
M
CH
25.0
CH
M
prg
1
CH
M
adV
Parameters
CH
CH
CH
STBM: Remaining Standby
Time Monitor
0.00
PRG.T: Elapsed Program
0.00
Time Monitor
M
RSP: Remote SP Monitor
M
o
CH
C-O: MV Monitor (Cooling)
M
0.0
CH
O: MV Monitor (Heating)
M
c-o
V-m
M
prg.t
RPTM: Program Execution
Repetition Monitor
M
rsp
0.0
CH
M
stbm
SEG.R: Remaining Segment
Time Monitor
M
rptm
0.0
M
back
seg.r
0.0
M
BACK: Back
off OFF/ON
CH
CH
SEG.T: Elapsed Segment Time
Monitor
M
0
hold
ADV: Advance
off OFF/ON
CH
CH
PRG: Program No.
1 to 32
HOLD: Hold
off OFF/ON
CH
0.00
25.0
PV, SP,
0.0 Program No., Segment No.
01.01
seg.t
V-M: Valve Opening Monitor
M
r-r
R-R: Run/Reset
rst RUN/RST
M
a-m
auto
A-M: Auto/Manual
AUTO/MANU
M
∗1 In manual mode
8-6
8.3 Operation Level ( )
CH
manu
Manual MV
Manual operation
• On a Standard Control Model, Display No. 1 shows the PV and
Display No. 2 shows the MV.
1
C MW
CH
MA NU
38.8
16.0
manu
Present value (PV)
Manipulated variable (MV)
MANU indicator lights.
When changed with the U and D Keys, the MV is output once every
50 ms.
• When a potentiometer is connected to a Position-proportional
Control Model, Display No. 1 shows the PV and Display No. 2 shows
the valve opening. When a potentiometer is not connected to a
Position-proportional Control Model, Display No. 2 shows “-----.”
With potentiometer
1
CMW
CH
MANU
38.8
16.0
manu
"MANU" lights up
Without potentiometer
Present value
(PV)
Valve opening
1
CMW
CH
MANU
38.8
----manu
Present value
(PV)
Valve opening
"MANU" lights up
• In Manual Mode, operation is performed manually and the MANU
indicator lights.
• The Manual Output Method parameter is used to select the MV that
is used when entering Manual Mode. The MV prior to entering
Manual Mode can be held, or the Manual MV Initial Value parameter
can be used.
• Switching between Manual Mode and Auto Mode is accomplished
using the PF Key, or with the Auto/Manual parameter in Operation
Level. If either the PF1 Setting parameter or PF2 Setting parameter
is set to “A-M,” the Auto/Manual parameter will not appear in
Operation Level and only the PF Key is used for switching.
• Switching between Auto and Manual with a PF Key
To switch modes, hold down the PF Key for at least one second in
Operation Level, Program Setting Level, Adjustment Level,
Adjustment 2 Level, Alarm Set Setting Level, PID Setting Level,
Time Signal Setting Level, Approximation Setting Level, Monitor
Item Level, or Protect Level.
8-7
Parameters
Function
• This parameter sets the MV or valve opening during manual
operation. On a Standard Control Model the MV is changed by
pressing the U and D Keys. On a Position-proportional Control
Model, the U Key turns ON the open side and the D Key turns ON
the close side.
Section 8 Parameters
• Switching between Auto and Manual Using the Auto/Manual
Parameter
To switch modes, change the setting of the Auto/Manual
parameter in Operation Level.
• During cascade control, if the primary loop is switched to Manual
Mode when the secondary loop is in any of the following conditions,
the manual MV is disabled.
• The SP mode of the secondary loop is set to “Fixed SP” (cascade
open).
• The secondary loop is in Manual Mode.
• The operation set to be performed at an error is being performed
for the secondary loop.
• Standard Control Models
Control method
Setting
Setting range
Unit
Default value
Standard
−5.0 to 105.0
%
*1
Heating/cooling
−105.0 to 105.0
%
*1
*1 The Manual Output Method parameter (Expansion Control Setting
Level) selects the MV that is used when Manual Mode is entered.
The MV prior to entering Manual Mode can be held, or the Manual
MV Initial Value parameter can be used.
• Position-proportional Control Models
Control method
Positionproportional
Parameters
Reference
8-8
Monitor range
−10.0 to 110.0
Unit
%
● Related Parameters
Auto/Manual (Operation Level) (P. 8-15)
PF1 Setting and PF2 Setting (Advanced Function Setting Level)
(P. 8-89)
Manual Output Method and Manual MV Initial Value (Expansion
Control Setting Level) (P. 8-101)
8.3 Operation Level ( )
CH
PRG.SEG
Present Value (PV)/Present Set Point
• Display No. 1 shows the PV and Display No. 2 shows the present set
point.
Function
• The Program SP, Fixed SP, or the Remote SP is shown depending
on the selected SP mode. For a Remote SP, the value can only be
monitored.
Fixed SP Mode
Program SP or Remote SP Mode
SUB1 SUB2
SUB3
SUB1 SUB2
FSP
. 156.0
01.01
MANU
OUT1 OUT2
PF1
PF
WAIT
3
. 8.8
1 CH
CMW
SUB4
OUT3
OUT4
RST
RSP
SUB3
SUB4
Present value (PV)
Monitor only
Program No.
Segment No.
PF1
PF
RUN/
UN/ RST
Present value (PV)
Fixed SP
..156.0
.
01.01
MANU
OUT1 OUT2
HOLD
PF2
FSP indicator flashes
FSP
38.8
.
1 CH
CMW
WAIT
OUT3
OUT4
RST
RSP
Program No.
Segment No.
HOLD
PF2
RUN/
UN/ RST
E5AR
E5AR
• The decimal point position is determined by the selected sensor for
a temperature input, and by scaling for an analog input. If the PV
Decimal Point Display parameter is set to “OFF” for a temperature
input, digits below the decimal point are not shown.
PV
Setting
Refer to Appendix Sensor Input Setting Ranges and Display/Control
Ranges (P. A-4)
Setting or monitor range
Present
Set Point
Reference
Unit
EU
Unit
Default value
Program SP or Fixed SP: SP lower
limit to SP upper limit
EU
0
Remote SP: Remote SP lower limit to
remote SP upper limit
The SP limits are in effect.
EU
-
● Related Parameters
Input * Type (Input Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-50)
Input* Temperature Units (Input Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-51)
Scaling Input Value 1, Scaling Display Value 1, Scaling Input Value
2, Scaling Display Value 2, and Decimal Point Position (Input Initial
Setting Level) (P. 8-51)
Remote SP Upper Limit and Remote SP Lower Limit (Input Initial
Setting Level) (P. 8-52)
PV Decimal Point Display (Input Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-53)
SP Upper Limit and SP Lower Limit (Control Initial Setting Level) (P.
8-57)
SP Mode (Adjustment Level) (P. 8-24)
8-9
Parameters
Monitor range
Section 8 Parameters
CH
prg
Program No.
• This parameter sets the number of the program to be executed.
Function
• This parameter can be set only during a reset.
Setting or monitor range
1 to 32 (See note.)
Setting
Reference
Unit
Default value
---
1
Note:The range depends on the values set for the Independent
Operation/Coordinated Operation parameter and Number of
Segments parameter.
● Related Parameters
Independent Operation/Coordinated Operation (Control
Setting Level) (P. 8-59)
Number of Segments (Control Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-60)
Initial
CH
hold
Hold
Running
• This parameter is used to hold the timer for program operation.
Parameters
Function
• The hold is cleared by executing a reset or executing a clear hold
command.
• The hold is enabled when this parameter is set to on.
• The default is off: Clear Hold.
Operation
Reference
8-10
● Related Information
5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-28)
8.3 Operation Level ( )
CH
adv
Advance
Running
Function
• This parameter is used to advance the program to the beginning of
the next segment. If the advance operation is executed during a
hold, the program is advanced to the beginning of the next segment
and the hold status is continued.
• The set value is off when switching to this parameter.
Operation
• Change the set value to
segment.
on to advance the program to the next
• When the advance command execution has been completed, the set
value will automatically return to off.
Reference
● Related Information
5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-28)
CH
back
Back
Function
• This parameter is used to return the program to the start of the
segment being executed. If the back operation is executed during a
hold, the program returns to the beginning of the segment being
executed and the hold status is continued.
• The set value is off when switching to this parameter.
Operation
• Change the set value to
segment.
on to return to the beginning of the current
• When the back command execution has been completed, the set
value will automatically return to off.
Reference
● Related Information
5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-28)
8-11
Parameters
Running
Section 8 Parameters
CH
stbm
prg.t
seg.t
seg.r
Remaining Standby Time Monitor
Elapsed Program Time Monitor
Elapsed Segment Time Monitor
Remaining Segment Time Monitor
Running
These parameters are used to monitor the progress of the program.
• The Remaining Standby Time Monitor parameter monitors how
much standby time is remaining.
Function
• The Elapsed Program Time Monitor parameter monitors how much
time has elapsed since the start of the current program.
• The Elapsed Segment Time Monitor parameter monitors how much
time has elapsed since the start of the current segment.
• The Remaining Segment Time Monitor monitors how much time is
left for the current segment.
Control
Monitor
Reference
Monitor range
Unit
Remaining Standby Time Monitor
0.00 to 99.59
h.min
Elapsed Program Time Monitor
Elapsed Segment Time Monitor
Remaining Segment Time Monitor
0.00 to 99.59 or
0.00.0 to 99.59.9
program time
unit
● Related Information
5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-28)
Parameters
● Related Parameters
Standby Time (Adjustment Level) (P. 8-28)
CH
Program Execution Repetition Monitor
rptm
Running
• This parameter is used to monitor the number of times a program
has been repeated.
Function
Monitor range
0 to 9,999
Unit
times
Monitor
Reference
● Related Information
5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-28)
● Related Parameters
Program Repetitions (Program Setting Level) (P. 8-21)
8-12
8.3 Operation Level ( )
CH
rsp
Remote SP Monitor
Program SP or Fixed SP Mode with remote SP or
Coordinated operation with fixed SP
• This parameter is used to monitor the remote SP while in Program
SP or Fixed SP Mode.
Function
• In Remote SP Mode, the remote SP can be monitored on Display
No. 2 of the Present Value (PV)/Present Set Point display.
Monitor range
Monitor
Reference
Remote SP lower limit to remote SP upper limit
The SP limits are in effect.
Unit
EU
● Related Parameters
Present Value (PV)/Preset Set Point (Operation Level) (P. 8-9)
SP Mode (Adjustment Level) (P. 8-24)
Remote SP Upper Limit and Remote SP Lower Limit (Input Initial
Setting Level) (P. 8-52)
Control Mode (Control Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-58)
CH
o
MV Monitor (Heating)
Standard control or heating/cooling control
• This parameter monitors the MV of standard control and the heating
MV of heating/cooling control.
Function
Control
Monitor
Monitor range
Unit
Standard
−5.0 to 105.0
%
Heating/
cooling
0.0 to 105.0
%
8-13
Parameters
This parameter monitors the heating MV during operation.
Section 8 Parameters
CH
c-o
MV Monitor (Cooling)
Heating/cooling control
This parameter monitors the cooling MV during operation.
• This parameter monitors the cooling MV during heating/cooling
control.
Function
Control
Monitor
Reference
Heating/
cooling
Monitor range
0.0 to 105.0
Unit
%
● Related Parameters
Control Mode (Control Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-58)
CH
v-m
Valve Opening Monitor
Position-proportional Control Model
This parameter monitors the amount of valve opening during
operation.
• This parameter monitors the amount of valve opening during
position-proportional control.
Parameters
Function
• A potentiometer can be connected and the Motor Calibration
parameter can be executed to monitor the amount of valve opening.
Control
Monitor
Reference
8-14
Positionproportional
Monitor range
−10.0 to 110.0
Unit
%
● Related Parameters
Control Mode (Control Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-58)
Motor Calibration (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 8-72)
8.3 Operation Level ( )
CH
r-r
Run/Reset
• Use this parameter to start and stop program operation.
Function
• The default setting is rst (Reset).
Press the U and D Keys to select run (Run) or rst (Reset). When
“Reset” is selected, the RST indicator will light.
Operation
Reference
● Related Information
4.12 Starting and Stopping Operation (P. 4-41)
● Related Parameters
PF1 Setting and PF2 Setting (Advanced Function Setting Level)
(P. 8-89)
CH
a-m
Auto/Manual
PF1 setting ≠ Auto/Manual
and
PF2 setting ≠ Auto/Manual
• Use this parameter to select Auto or Manual Mode.
• The default setting is auto (Auto).
Press the U and D Keys to select auto (Auto) for Auto Mode, or manu
(Manual) for Manual Mode. When Manual Mode is selected, the MANU
indicator lights.
Operation
Reference
• This parameter does not appear if either the PF1 Setting or PF2
setting parameter is set to Auto/Manual.
● Related Information
4.13 Manual Operation (P. 4-47)
● Related Parameters
PF1 Setting and PF2 Setting (Advanced Function Setting Level)
(P. 8-89)
8-15
Parameters
Function
Section 8 Parameters
8.4 Program Setting Level ( )
The Program Setting Level parameter is used to make the SP, time, rate of rise, and other program
settings.
The Program Editing parameter, the first parameter displayed under Program Setting Level, is used to
move to each program.
● Level Changes at Startup Up To Program Setting Level
Power ON
Operation
Level
Adjustment
Level
Program Setting
Level
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
Approximation
Setting Level
Time Signal
Setting Level
l.tec
l.adj
L key
less than 1 s
PID Setting
Level
l.pid
L key
less than 1 s
Adjustment 2
Level
l.ad2
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
Alarm Set Setting
Level
L key
less than 1 s
l.alm
Control in progress
● Parameter Changes within Program Setting Level
Program Setting Level
CH
Program Editing
prg.n PRG.N:
Program 1
1
Program 2
2
3
D
U
Program 32
32
CH
M
s-no
S-NO: Number of Segments Used
8 Select 1 or a higher number of segments
M
CH
SEG.N: Segment Editing
seg.n END
end
Parameters
Segment 1
1
2
D
Number of
Segments Used
U
32
<
CH
M
CH
M
sp
0.0
SP: Segment Set Point
SP Lower Limit to
SP Upper Limit
Segment Rate of Rise
pr PR:
0 to 99,999
0.0
CH
CH
time
M
wait
off
CH
pid
CH
alm ALM: Alarm Set No.
WAIT: Wait
OFF/ON
off
CH
M
M
wtbh WTBH: Wait Band Upper Limit
0.0 0 to 99,999
CH
M
Wait Band Lower LImit
wtbl WTBL:
0 to 99,999
0.0
CH
M
sgo.1
PID: PID Set No.
0 0 to 8
1 1 to 4 (See note.)
CH
M
TIME: Segment Time
0.00 to 99.59 or
0.00 0.00.0 to 99.59.9
M
CH
M
Program Repetitions
rpt RPT:
0 to 9,999
0
SGO.1: Segment Output 1
OFF/ON
SGO.10: Segment
Output 10
off OFF/ON
sgo.10
CH
M
Program Link Destination
link 0LINK:
to 32
M
0
M
Note: For coordinated operation CH2 to 4 or
cascade control secondary side: 0 to 4
8-16
8.4 Program Setting Level ( )
CH
prg.n
Program Editing
CH1 or
CH2 for independent operation
The Program Editing parameter is used to make program settings.
• This parameter is used to set the program number of the program.
Function
Setting range
Unit
1 to 32
Setting
-
Default value
See note.
Note:The default program is the selected program number.
CH
Number of Segments Used
s-no
CH1 or
CH2 for independent operation
• This parameter is used to specify the number of program segments.
Function
Setting
Reference
1 to setting of Number of Segments parameter
Unit
-
Default value
8
Parameters
Setting range
● Related Information
4.8 Program Settings (P. 4-23)
8-17
Section 8 Parameters
CH
seg.n
sp
pr
time
Segment Editing
Segment Set Point
Segment Rate of Rise
Segment Time
CH1 or
CH2 for independent operation
Segment Rate of Rise during
Rate of Rise programming only
These parameters are used to make segment settings.
• The Segment Editing parameter is used to set the segment number
of the segment to be set.
Function
• The Segment Set Point parameter is used to set the set point for
each segment. During rate of rise programming, the Segment Set
Point parameter is used to set the destination set point.
• The Segment Rate of Rise parameter is used to set the amount of
change per rate of rise programming time unit.
• The Segment Time parameter is used to set the segment time.
For rate of rise programming, the Segment Time parameter is used to
set the soak segment time.
Parameter
Segment Editing
Setting
Setting
Parameters
Reference
Setting range
Unit
end, 1 to setting of Number
EU
Default
value
end
of Segments Used parameter
Segment Set Point
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
EU
0
Segment Rate of
Rise
0 to 99,999
EU
0
Segment Time
0.00 to 99.59 or 0.00.0 to
99.59.9
Program
time unit
0.00
● Related Information
4.8 Program Settings (P. 4-23)
CH
wait
Wait
CH1 or
CH2 for independent operation
• This parameter is used to set whether or not to use the wait function.
Function
Setting range
Setting
Reference
8-18
off: Disabled
on: Enabled
Unit
−
Default value
off: Disabled
● Related Information
Wait in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-32)
8.4 Program Setting Level ( )
CH
sgo.*
Segment Output*
CH1 or CH2 for independent operation with
the Segment Output parameter enabled
(*: 1 to 10)
• This parameter is used to turn auxiliary outputs ON or OFF for the
specified segment.
Function
Setting range
Setting
Reference
off: Segment output OFF
on: Segment output ON
Unit
-
Default value
off
● Related Information
Segment Outputs in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-34)
● Related Parameters
Auxiliary Output * Assignment (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 867)
Program Output Selection (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 8-68)
CH
pid
PID Set Number
Function
• When this parameter is set to 0, the PID set number is automatically
selected using the PID Set Automatic Selection function and based
on the present value (PV), deviation (DV), and present SP (SP). The
PID set number can be set between 1 and 8.
• If this parameter is set to 0 for channels 2 to 4 when using coordinated operation or for the secondary side (CH2) when using
cascade control, the PID set number selected for channel 1 will be
used for the other channels.
For example, if the channel 1 PID set number is set to 0, the PID set
for each channel (i.e., channels 2 to 4) will be selected automatically.
Setting range
0 to 8
Unit
-
Default value
0
Setting
Reference
● Related Information
PID Sets in 5.2 Control Functions (P. 5-10)
8-19
Parameters
• This parameter is used to set the PID set number for each program.
Section 8 Parameters
CH
alm
Alarm Set Number
Alarm function enabled
• This parameter is used to set the alarm set number for each
program.
Function
• If this parameter is set to 0 for channels 2 to 4 when using coordinated operation or for the secondary side (channel 2) when using
cascade control, the alarm set number selected for channel 1 will be
used for the other channels.
Setting range
Unit
1 to 4 (See note.)
Setting
Reference
-
Default value
1 (See note.)
Note:The setting range is 0 to 4 for channels 2 to 4 when using coordinated operation and for the secondary side (channel 2) when
using cascade control. The default is 0.
● Related Information
8.7 Alarm Set Setting Level (P. 8-36)
CH
wtbh
wtbl
Wait Band Upper Limit
Wait Band Lower Limit
CH1 or CH 2 for independent operation
These parameters are used to set the wait operation.
Parameters
• The Wait Band Upper Limit parameter is used to set the upper
deviation for the wait operation.
Function
• The Wait Band Lower Limit parameter is used to set the lower
deviation for the wait operation.
• The wait function will not operate if the wait band is set to 0.
Setting
Reference
Parameter
Setting range
Unit
Default value
Wait Band Upper Limit
0 to 99,999 (0: OFF)
EU
0: OFF
Wait Band Lower Limit
0 to 99,999 (0: OFF)
EU
0: OFF
● Related Information
Wait in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-32)
● Related Parameter
Wait Mode (Expansion Control Setting Level) (P. 8-96)
8-20
8.4 Program Setting Level ( )
CH
Program Repetitions
Program Link Destination
Function
rpt
link
CH1 or CH2 for independent operation
• The Program Repetitions parameter is used to set the number of
times a program is to be repeated. The number of times the program
is executed will be the set value for this parameter + 1.
• The Program Link Destination parameter is used to set the link
destination for each program. Once a program has been completed,
the operation will continue with the program number specified for
this parameter.
Parameter
Reference
Unit
Default value
Program Repetitions
0 to 9,999
times
0
Program Link Destination
0 to 32
(0: No program link)
-
0: No link
● Related Information
Program Operations in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-30)
Parameters
Setting
Setting range
8-21
Section 8 Parameters
8.5 Adjustment Level (l.adj)
This level contains settings for adjusting control, such as auto-tuning (AT), enabling/disabling writing
parameters with communications, changing the SP mode, adjusting hysteresis, and input correction
settings.
● Level Changes at Startup Up To Adjustment Level
Power ON
Operation
Level
L key less
than 1 s
L key
less than 1 s
Approximation
Setting
Level l.tec
Program
Setting
Level
L key
less than 1 s
Time Signal
Setting
Level
L key
less than 1 s
L key
less than 1 s
Adjustment
Level
Adjustment 2
Level
l.ad2
L key
less than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
PID Setting
Level
Alarm Set
Setting
L key Level l.alm
less than 1 s
l.adj
l.pid
Control in progress
● Parameter Changes within Adjustment Level
Adjustment Level
CH
l.adj
at AT: AT Execute/Cancel
CH
CMWT: Communications
cmwt Writing
off OFF/ON
CH
CH
M
spmd
SPMD: SP Mode
PSP/RSP/FSP
M
Parameters
FSP: Fixed SP
0.0 Set Point Lower Limit
<M
M to Set Point Upper Limit
CH
Cooling
c-sc C-SC:
Coefficient
1.00
0.01 - 99.99
M
CH
Dead band
c-db C-DB:
0.00 −199.99 - 999.99
CH
fsp
M
OF-R:
Oof-r Manual Reset Value
50.0
0.0 - 100.0
CH
CH
M
HYS: Hysteresis
(Heating)
0.10 0.01 - 99.99
hys
M
CHYS: Hysteresis
0.10 (Cooling)
0.01 - 99.99
chys
M
CH
C-CP: Control Period
(Cooling)
20.0
0.2 - 99.0
M DB:Position Proportional
db Dead Band
2.0 0.1 - 10.0
CH
20.0
off OFF/0 - 8
M
CP: Control Period
(Heating)
0.2 - 99.0
cp
CH
CH
CH
CH
M
c-cp
M
OC-H:
Open/Close Hysteresis
0.8
0.1 - 20.0
0.0 0.0 - 100.0
M
CH
CH
CH
0.00 0.00 - 99.59
CH
M
MV at Reset
mV-r MV-R:
−5.0 - 105.0
CH
CH
M
M
iss.1
ISS.1: Input Correction 1
0.00 −199.99 - 999.99
M
ISI.2: Input Value 2 for
Input Correction
1300.0 −19999 - 99999
isi.2
M
iss.2
ISS.2: Input Correction 2
0.00 −199.99 - 999.99
M
Disturbance Gain
dogn DOGN:
−1.00 - 1.00
M
MV-E: MV at PV error
−5.0 - 105.0
0.0 (standard model) (See note.)
CH
ORL: MV Change Rate
CH
do-b
CH
dojw
mV-e
M
orl Limit (Heating)
0.0 0.0 - 100.0
M
CH
DOTC: Disturbance
Time Constant
1.00 0.01 - 99.99
dotc
M
DO-B: Disturbance
Rectification Band
0.000 0.000 - 9.999
M
DOJW: Disturbance
Judgement Width
0.00 −99.99 - 99.99
M
spof
Note: Position-proportional Control Model: Completely Open/Hold/Completely Closed (−1/0/1)
8-22
ISI.1: Input Value 1 for
Input Correction
−19999 - 99999
0.65
0.0 (standard model) (See note.)
CH
M
isi.1
-200.0
oc-h
stb STB: Standby Time
CORL: MV Change Rate
corl Limit (Cooling)
SPOF: Set Point Offset
0.0 −19999 - 99999
8.5 Adjustment Level (l.adj)
CH
l.adj
at
AT Execute/Cancel
Auto Mode, running
This parameter is used to execute auto-tuning (AT).
Function
• When auto-tuning is executed, the MV is increased and decreased
around the SP to obtain the characteristics of the object of control.
The PID constants are calculated from the results and the Proportional Band, Integral Time, and Derivative Time parameters are
automatically set.
• Normally this parameter is off. AT is executed by pressing the U
Key to select the PID set number. AT cannot be executed while
control is stopped.
Operation
• Select 0 to specify the PID set currently being used for control.
Select a number from 1 to 8 to specify a PID set number.
• The AT Execute/Cancel parameter automatically returns to off
when finished.
• The SP flashes if the Present Value (PV)/Preset Set Point parameter
is monitored during AT.
• The channel cannot be changed during AT.
Reference
● Related Information
4.10 Determining the PID Constants (AT or Manual Settings) (P. 433)
● Related Parameters
PID ∗ Proportional Band, PID ∗ Integral Time, and PID
Time (PID Setting Level) (P. 8-40)
Communications Writing
∗ Derivative
l.adj
cmwt
• This parameter enables or disables the writing of set values from a
host (computer) to the Controller.
Function
• The default setting is off (Disabled).
Select on to enable or off to disable writing set values via communications.
Operation
Reference
● Related Parameters
Communications Protocol Selection (Communications Setting Level)
(P. 8-85)
Communications Unit No (Communications Setting Level) (P. 8-85)
Communications Speed (Communications Setting Level) (P. 8-85)
Communications Data Length (Communications Setting Level) (P. 886)
Communications Stop Bit (Communications Setting Level) (P. 8-86)
Communications Parity (Communications Setting Level) (P. 8-86)
Transmission Wait Time (Communications Setting Level) (P. 8-87)
8-23
Parameters
Models that support communications
Section 8 Parameters
CH
l.adj
spmd
SP Mode
Operation at Reset parameter set to
“Stop Control” or Control Mode parameter
set to “Remote SP” or “Proportional Control”
• Use this parameter to select the SP mode.
Function
• In Program SP Mode, the SP corresponding to the set program will
be used for control. In Remote SP Mode, the remote SP specified by
an external input (e.g., 4 to 20 mA) will be the SP. In Fixed SP Mode,
the value set for the Fixed SP parameter will be used as the SP.
• The default setting for this parameter is “Program SP Mode”. For
coordination operation CH2 to CH4 and the cascade control
secondary side (CH2), the default is Remote SP Mode.
Furthermore, if the Operation at Reset parameter is set to “Fixed
Control”, all control will be in Fixed SP Mode except for the cascade
control secondary side (CH2).
Operation
• Use the U and D Keys to select psp (Program SP) for Program SP
Mode. Select rsp (Remote SP) for Remote SP Mode. When Fixed
SP Mode is selected, the RSP indicator lights. Select fsp (Fixed
SP) for Fixed SP Mode. When Fixed SP Mode is selected, the FSP
indicator lights.
• When cascade control is used, cascade open (secondary loop
independent control) takes place when the SP mode of channel 2 is
Fixed SP Mode, and cascade closed (cascade control) takes place
when the SP mode is Remote SP Mode.
• For coordinated operation, channels 2 to 4 will be in Remote SP
Mode.
Parameters
Reference
● Related Information
SP Modes in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-31)
● Related Parameters
Control Mode (Control Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-58)
CH
l.adj
fsp
Fixed SP
• This parameter is used to set the SP used in Fixed SP Mode.
Function
Setting range
Set Point Lower Limit to Set Point Upper Limit
Unit
EU
Default value
0
Setting
Reference
● Related Information
SP Modes in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-31)
● Related Parameters
SP Mode (Adjustment Level) (P. 8-24)
8-24
8.5 Adjustment Level (l.adj)
CH
Cooling Coefficient
l.adj
c-sc
Heating/cooling control, Advanced PID control
(Proportional band ≠ 0.00)
If there is a large difference in the heating and cooling characteristics
of the object and satisfactory control is not possible using the same
PID constants, the heating P (proportional band) can be multiplied by a
coefficient for use in cooling control.
Function
• The cooling P in heating/cooling control is obtained using the
following equation and the coefficient is set accordingly.
Cooling P = Cooling coefficient × P (heating proportional band)
Setting range
0.01 to 99.99
Unit
None
Default value
1.00
Setting
Reference
CH
Dead Band
● Related Parameters
PID∗ Proportional Band (PID Setting Level) (P. 8-40)
l.adj
c-db
Heating/cooling control
• Set an area centered on the SP where the control amount is 0
during heating/cooling control.
Function
Setting range
−19.99 to 99.99
Unit
%FS
Default value
0.00
Setting
8-25
Parameters
This parameter sets an output dead band for heating/cooling control. A
negative value can also be set to create an overlap band.
Section 8 Parameters
CH
Manual Reset Value
l.adj
of-r
2-PID control (Proportional
band ≠ 0.00), Integral time = 0
Function
• This parameter is used to set an MV for rectification during P and
PD control to eliminate an offset.
• This parameter is displayed only when the proportional band ≠ 0.00
and the integral time = 0.
Setting range
0.0 to 100.0
Unit
%
Default value
50.0
Setting
Reference
● Related Parameters
PID∗ Proportional Band and PID∗ Integral time (PID Setting Level)
(P. 8-40)
CH
l.adj
hys
chys
Hysteresis (Heating)
Hysteresis (Cooling)
ON/OFF Control (P = 0.0)
These parameters set the hystereses to enable stable operation when
control is switched ON/OFF.
• For standard control, the Hysteresis (Heating) parameter is used.
The Hysteresis (Cooling) parameter cannot be used.
Parameters
Function
• For heating/cooling control, the hysteresis can be set separately for
heating and cooling. Use the Hysteresis (Heating) parameter for
heating and the Hysteresis (Cooling) parameter for cooling.
• These parameters are displayed when the Proportional Band
parameter is set to 0.00.
Setting range
0.01 to 99.99
Unit
%FS
Default value
0.10
Setting
Reference
8-26
● Related Parameters
PID∗ Proportional Band (PID Setting Level) (P. 8-40)
8.5 Adjustment Level (l.adj)
CH
Control Period (Heating)
Control Period (Cooling)
Function
l.adj
cp
c-cp
• These parameters set the output periods. When setting these
parameters, take controllability and product life (if the connected
device is a relay) into consideration.
• The Control Period (Heating) parameter is used for standard control.
• For heating/cooling control, control periods can be set separately for
heating and cooling.
Parameter
Setting
Reference
Setting range
Unit
Default value
Control Period
(Heating)
0.2 to 99.0
s
20.0
Control Period
(Cooling)
0.2 to 99.0
s
20.0
● Related Parameters
PID∗ Proportional Band (PID Setting Level) (P. 8-40)
CH
Position-proportional Dead
l.adj
db
Position-proportional Control Model
Band
Data range
0.1 to 10.0
Unit
%
Default value
2.0
Setting
Reference
● Related Parameters
Open/Close Hysteresis (Adjustment Level) (P. 8-28)
8-27
Parameters
Function
• This parameter sets the output hold interval (the interval between
switching the open output and close output ON and OFF) during
position-proportional control.
Section 8 Parameters
CH
Open/Close Hysteresis
l.adj
oc-h
Position-proportional Control Model
Function
• This parameter is used to add hysteresis when switching the open
output and close output ON and OFF during position-proportional
control.
Data range
0.1 to 20.0
Unit
%
Default value
0.8
Setting
Reference
● Related Parameters
Position-proportional Dead Band (Adjustment Level) (P. 8-27)
CH
l.adj
stb
Standby Time
• This parameter is used to set the time from when the run command
is executed until the program starts operation.
Function
Setting parameter
0.00 to 99.59
Unit
h.min
Default value
0.00
Parameters
Setting
Reference
8-28
● Related Information
Operation at Program Start in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P.
5-37)
8.5 Adjustment Level (l.adj)
CH
MV at Reset (Standard/Heating/Cooling)
MV at PV Error
Function
l.adj
mv-r
mv-e
• On a Standard Control Model, the MV at Reset parameter is set to
the MV to output when operation is stopped. On a Position-proportional Control Model, the MV at Reset parameter is set to the
position when operation is stopped (Closed/Hold/Open). If the
Operation at Reset parameter is set to “Fixed Control”, the MV
cannot be used.
• On a Standard Control Model, the MV at PV Error parameter is set
to the MV to output when an error occurs. On a Position-proportional
Control Model, the MV at Reset parameter is set to the position
when an error occurs (Closed/Hold/Open).
• Standard Control Model
Control method
Setting
Setting range
Unit
Default value
Standard
−5.0 to 105.0
%
0.0
Heating/Cooling
−105.0 to 105.0
%
0.0
A negative value is set for the cooling MV for heating/cooling control.
• Position-proportional Control Model
Control method
Position
Proportional
−1: Closed,
0: Hold, 1: Open
Unit
−
Default value
0: Hold
● Related Information
4.12 Starting and Stopping Operation (P. 4-41)
Parameters
Reference
Setting range
8-29
Section 8 Parameters
CH
MV Change Rate Limit (Heating)
MV Change Rate Limit (Cooling)
Function
l.adj
orl
corl
2-PID control
(Proportional band ≠ 0.00)
• The MV change rate limits set the maximum allowed change in the
MV (or the opening on a Position-proportional Control Model) per
second. If a change occurs in the MV that exceeds this limit, the MV
will be changed at the set rate limit until the required change is
attained. When set to 0.0, the function is disabled.
• For standard control, use the MV Change Rate Limit (Heating)
parameter. The MV Change Rate Limit (Cooling) parameter cannot
be used.
• For heating/cooling control, the MV change rate limit can be set
separately for heating and cooling. Use the MV Change Rate Limit
(Heating) parameter for heating and the MV Change Rate Limit
(Cooling) parameter for cooling.
• The MV change rate limits cannot be used in the following situations:
• In Manual Mode
• When AT is being executed
• During ON/OFF control (P=0.00)
• During a reset (i.e., while outputting the value set for the MV at
Reset parameter)
• During an error (i.e., while outputting the value set for the MV at
PV Error parameter)
Parameter
Parameters
Setting
Reference
8-30
Setting range
Unit
Default value
MV Change Rate Limit
(Heating)
0.0 to 100.0
%/s
0.0: Disabled
MV Change Rate Limit
(Cooling)
0.0 to 100.0
%/s
0.0: Disabled
● Related Parameters
PID∗ Proportional Band (PID Setting Level) (P. 8-40)
MV Change Rate Limit Mode (Expansion Control Setting Level) (P.
8-102)
8.5 Adjustment Level (l.adj)
CH
l.adj
isi.1
iss.1
isi.2
iss.2
Input Value 1 for Input Correction
Input Correction 1
Input Value 2 for Input Correction
Input Correction 2
The input can be corrected at any two points.
Function
These parameters are used to set correction values (Input Correction
1 and Input Correction 2 parameters) for any two points (Input Value 1
for Input Correction and Input Value 2 for Input Correction parameters)
for two-point correction.
PV
Input Correction 2
1,300
After correction
Before
correction
Input Correction 1
−200 0
Input Value 1
for Correction
Parameter
Setting
1,000 1,300
Input Value 2
for Correction
Input
Setting range
Unit
Default value
Input Value 1 for Input
Correction
−19999 to 99999
*1
EU
−200.0
Input Correction 1
−199.99 to 999.99
EU
0.00
Input Value 2 for Input
Correction
−19999 to 99999
*1
EU
1300.0
Input Correction 2
−199.99 to 999.99
EU
0.00
Parameters
−200
*1 The decimal point position depends on the input type.
*2 If the input type is changed, the default values of the input value for
input calibration will change to the upper and lower-limits of the
input range of the sensor type being used.
Reference
● Related Parameters
Input ∗ Type (Input Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-50)
8-31
Section 8 Parameters
CH
Disturbance Gain
Disturbance Time Constant
Disturbance Rectification Band
Disturbance Judgment Width
l.adj
dogn
dotc
do-b
dojw
Disturbance overshoot
adjustment is enabled
These parameters are used to adjust overshooting caused by disturbance.
• Disturbance gain is used to adjust the amount of overshooting
caused by disturbance.
Function
Parameter
Setting
Reference
Setting range
Unit
Default value
Disturbance Gain
−1.00 to 1.00
−
0.65
Disturbance Time Constant
0.01 to 99.99
−
1.00
Disturbance Rectification
Band
0.000 to 9.999
%FS
0.000
Disturbance Judgment Width
−99.99 to 99.99
%FS
0.00
● Related Parameters
Disturbance Overshoot Adjustment Function (Expansion Control
Setting Level) (P. 8-104)
CH
l.adj
spof
Set Point Offset
Parameters
Coordinated operation
• This parameter is during coordinated operation to offset the channel
1 set point for program operation.
Function
Monitor range
−19,999 to 99,999
Unit
EU
Default value
0
Setting
Reference
● Related Information
Operating Programs Using Multiple Channels in 5.2 Control
Functions (P. 5-11)
● Related Parameters
Set Point Selection (Control Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-62)
8-32
8.6 Adjustment 2 Level (l.ad2)
8.6 Adjustment 2 Level (l.ad2)
Adjustment 2 Level contains supplemental parameters for adjusting control, such as time constants for
first order lag operations, movement average count, low-cut point for extraction of square root operations,
and parameters for proportional control. These functions appear on the display only if they are enabled in
Control Initial Setting 2 Level.
● Level Changes at Startup Up To Adjustment 2 Level
Power ON
Adjustment
Adjustment 2
Program Setting
Level
Level
L key Level
L key
l.adj L key
l.ad2
less than 1 s
less than 1 s
less than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
Operation
Level
L key less
than 1 s
Proximity
Time Signal
Setting
Setting
Level l.tec L key Level
less than 1 s
Alarm Set
PID Setting
Setting
Level l.pid
L key
L key Level l.alm
less than 1 s
less than 1 s
Control in progress
● Parameter Changes within Adjustment 2 Level
Adjustment 2 Level l.ad2
0.0
M
lagp.2
0.0
M
lagp.3
0.0
M
lagp.4
0.0
M
maVp.1
1
M
maVp.2
1
M
maVp.3
1
LAGP.1:First Order Lag
Operation 1 Time constant
0.0 - 999.9
maVp.4
LAGP.2: First Order Lag
Operation 2 Time constant
0.0 - 999.9
sqrp.1
LAGP.3: First Order Lag
Operation 3 Time Constant
0.0 - 999.9
sqrp.2
LAGP.4: First Order Lag
Operation 4 Time Constant
0.0 - 999.9
sqrp.3
MAVP.1: Move Average 1
Move Average Count
1/2/4/8/16/32
sqrp.4
MAVP2.: Move Average 2
Move Average Count
1/2/4/8/16/32
1
M
0.000
M
0.000
M
0.000
M
0.000
M
ap.1
1.000
M
MAVP.4: Move Average 4
Move Average Count
1/2/4/8/16/32
SQRP.1 Extraction of Square
Root 1 Low-cut point
0.000 - 9.999
SQRP.2 Extraction of Square
Root 2 Low-cut point
0.000 - 9.999
SQRP.3: Extraction of Square
Root 3 Low-cut point
0.000 - 9.999
SQRP.4: Extraction of Square
Root 4 Low-cut point
0.000 - 9.999
Parameters
lagp.1
AP.1: Analog Parameter
Control Rate
−1.999 - 9.999
MAVP.3: Move Average 3
Move Average Count
1/2/4/8/16/32
M
8-33
Section 8 Parameters
First Order Lag Operation ∗ Time Constant
l.ad2
lagp.*
(∗: 1 to 4)
First Order Lag Operation ∗
Function is enabled
Function
• These parameters are used to set the time constant of the first order
filter of each input. Data resulting from the first order lag filter is
shown below.
• The filter is used to filter out noise elements in the input.
PV before filter
A
PV after filter
0.63A
Time
Time
constant
Setting range
0.0 to 999.9
Setting
Reference
Unit
s
0.0
● Related Information
First Order Lag Operation in 5.1 Input Adjustment Functions (P. 5-5)
● Related Parameters
First Order Lag Operation ∗ Enabled (Control Initial Setting 2 Level)
(P. 8-70)
Move Average ∗ Move Average Count
l.ad2
mrvp.*
(∗: 1 to 4)
Movement Average ∗
Function is enabled
Function
Parameters
Default value
• These parameters set the move average count for move averaging
for each input. Data resulting from the movement average is shown
below.
Input data
Operation result
Time
• This function is used to reduce changes in the input due to disturbances in the liquid surface when controlling liquid level.
Setting range
1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32
Setting
Reference
8-34
Unit
Number of times
Default value
1
● Related Information
Movement Average in 5.1 Input Adjustment Functions (P. 5-5)
● Related Parameters
Movement Average ∗ Enabled (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 870)
8.6 Adjustment 2 Level (l.ad2)
Extraction of Square Root * Low-cut Point
l.ad2
sprp.*
Extraction of Square Root *
Function is enabled
Function
• These parameters are used to set the low-cut point of each input.
Data resulting from the extraction of square root operations is shown
below.
• This function is used for extraction of square root operations for
liquid sensors.
Operation result
Low-cut point
Argument 1 (input data)
Setting range
Unit
−
0.000 to 9.999
Default value
0.000
Setting
● Related Information
Extraction of Square Root in 5.1 Input Adjustment Functions (P. 5-7)
● Related Parameters
Extraction of Square Root
(P. 8-71)
Analog Parameter 1 (Control Rate)
∗ Enabled (Control Initial Setting 2 Level)
l.ad2
ap.1
Proportional control
This parameter sets the ratio used for proportional control.
Function
Setting range
−1.999 to 9.999
Unit
−
Default value
1.000
Setting
Reference
● Related Information
Position-proportional Control in 4.6 Selecting the Control Mode (P. 418)
● Related Parameters
Control Mode (Control Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-58)
8-35
Parameters
Reference
Section 8 Parameters
8.7 Alarm Set Setting Level (l.alm)
The Alarm Set Setting Level is used to make the alarm value settings for each alarm set. The Display
Alarm Setting Level parameter, the first parameter displayed under Alarm Set Setting Level, is used to
move to each alarm set.
● Level Changes at Startup Up To Adjustment Level
Power ON
Operation
Level
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
Approximation
Setting
Level l.tec
L key less
than 1 s
Program
Setting
Level
L key less
than 1 s
Time Signal
Setting
Level
Adjustment
Level l.adj
Adjustment 2
Level
L key less
than 1 s
PID Setting
Level
L key less
than 1 s
l.pid
L key less
than 1 s
l.ad2
L key less
than 1 s
Alarm Set
Setting
Level l.alm
Control in progress
● Parameter Changes within Alarm Set Setting Level
Alarm Set Setting Level
CH
l.alm
d.alm
D.ALM: Display Alarm Set Selection
1 Alarm Set 1
Alarm Set 2
2
Alarm Set 3
3
D
U
<
CH
4
Alarm Set 4
M
1.al-1
0.0
M
CH
1.al1h
Parameters
0.0
M
CH
1.al1l
M
CH
4.AL-1:
Alarm Set 4 Alarm Value 1
0.0 −19999 to 99999
4.al-1
M
CH
4.al1h
0.0
0.0
M
CH
<
M
4.AL1L:
Alarm Set 4 Alarm Lower Limit 1
0.0 −19999 to 99999
4.al1l
M
CH
1.al4l
0.0
<
8-36
4.AL1H:
Alarm Set 4 Alarm Upper Limit 1
−19999 to 99999
M
CH
4.al4l
0.0
<
M
4.AL4L:
Alarm Set 4 Alarm Lower Limit 4
−19999 to 99999
8.7 Alarm Set Setting Level (l.alm)
CH
Display Alarm Setting Level
l.alm
d.alm
Alarm function enabled
The alarm set number for which display settings are to be made is
selected using this parameter.
• The Display Alarm Setting Level parameter is used to select the
alarm set number for which display settings are to be made.
Function
• Up to 4 alarm sets, alarm set numbers 1 to 4, to which the alarm
values and upper/lower alarm limits have been registered, can be
used.
Setting range
Unit
−
1 to 4
Default value
(See note.)
Setting
Note:The selected and executed alarm set number.
Reference
● Related Parameters
Alarm Set Number (Program Setting Level) (P. 8-20)
CH
Alarm Set * Alarm Value 1
Alarm Set * Alarm Value 2
Alarm Set * Alarm Value 3
Alarm Set * Alarm Value 4
l.alm
*.al-1
*.al-2
*.al-3
*.al-4
Alarm function enabled
(*: 1 to 4)
• The Alarm Set 1 to 4 Alarm Value 1 to 4 parameters are used to set
the alarm values.
Function
• These parameters can be set when the Alarm Type parameter is set
to a value other than “No alarm”, “Upper- and lower-limit alarm”,
“Upper- and lower-limit of range alarm”, and “Upper- and lower-limit
alarm with standby sequence”.
Setting range
−19999 to 99999
Unit
EU
Default value
0
Setting
Reference
● Related Parameters
Alarm * Type (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-75)
Alarm * Latch (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-76)
Alarm * Hysteresis (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-77)
Standby Sequence Reset (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-78)
Auxiliary Output * Open in Alarm (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-79)
Alarm SP Selection (Expansion Control Setting Level) (P. 8-97)
8-37
Parameters
The alarm values for alarms 1 to 4 can be registered for each alarm
set.
Section 8 Parameters
CH
Alarm Set * Alarm Upper Limit 1
Alarm Set * Alarm Upper Limit 2
Alarm Set * Alarm Upper Limit 3
Alarm Set * Alarm Upper Limit 4
Alarm Set * Alarm Lower Limit 1
Alarm Set * Alarm Lower Limit 2
Alarm Set * Alarm Lower Limit 3
Alarm Set * Alarm Lower Limit 4
l.alm
*.al1h
*.al2h
*.al3h
*.al4h
*.al1l
*.al2l
*.al3l
*.al4l
Alarm Type parameter set to
upper- and lower-limit of range alarm
(*: 1 to 4)
These parameters are used to set the alarm upper limits and alarm
lower limits for Alarm 1 Type to Alarm 4 Type (Alarm Setting Level) for
which upper/lower limits have been selected.
• These parameters are used to set the upper and lower limits for
alarms 1 to 4 in alarm sets 1 to 4.
Function
• These parameters can be used when the Alarm Type parameter has
been set to “Upper- and lower-limit alarm”, “Upper- and lower-limit of
range alarm”, and “upper- and lower-limit alarm with standby
sequence”.
Setting range
−19999 to 99999
Unit
EU
Default value
0
Setting
Parameters
Reference
8-38
● Related Parameters
Alarm * Type (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-75)
Alarm * Latch (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-76)
Alarm * Hysteresis (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-77)
Standby Sequence Reset (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-78)
Auxiliary Output * Open in Alarm (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-79)
Alarm SP Selection (Expansion Control Setting Level) (P. 8-97)
8.8 PID Setting Level (l.pid)
8.8 PID Setting Level (l.pid)
This level contains the parameters for the PID constants, MV limits, and alarm settings for each PID set.
To move to a PID set, use the Display PID Set Number parameter at the beginning of PID Setting Level.
● Level Changes at Startup Up To PID Setting Level
Power ON
Program
Setting
Level
L key
less than 1 s
Operation
Level
L key less
than 1 s
Time Signal
Approximation
Setting
Setting
Level l.tec L key Level
less than 1 s
Adjustment
Adjustment 2
Level
Level
l.adj
l.ad2
L key
L key
less than 1 s
less than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
Alarm Set
PID Setting
Setting
Level
l.pid L key Level l.alm
L key
less than 1 s
less than 1 s
Control in progress
● Parameter Changes within PID Setting Level
PID Setting Level l.pid
CH
d.pid
Display PID Selection
1 PID1
2
PID2
PID3
D
3
U
M
1.p
10.00
CH
M
CH
233.0
M
10.00
CH
40.0
M
233.0
CH
100.0
M
1.ol-l
0.0
CH
M
40.0
CH
M
8.I: PID8 Integral Time
0.0 - 3999.99 (Standard/Position Proportional (closed control))
(See note 2.)
8.D: PID8 Derivative Time
0.0 - 3999.9
M
8.OL-H: PID8 MV Upper Limit
MV Lower Limit + 0.1 - 105.0
(Standard/Position Proportional (closed control)) (See note 3.)
100.0
8.ol-h
CH
M
8.ol-l
1.aut
1450.0
8.P: PID8 Proportional Band
0.00 - 999.99 (Standard) (See note 1.)
M
8.d
1.ol-h
CH
M
8.i
1.d
CH
M
8.p
1.i
CH
PID8
Parameters
CH
8
0.0
CH
8.OL-L: PID8 MV Lower Limit
−5.0 - MV Upper Limit − 0.1
(Standard/Position Proportional (closed control) (See note 4.)
M
8.aut
1450.0
M
8.AUT: PID8 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit
−19999 to 99999
Note 1: Position-proportional Control Model: 0.01 - 999.99
2: Position-proportional Control Model with Floating Control: 0.1 - 3999.9
3: Heating/Cooling: 0.0 - 105.0
4: Heating/Cooling: −105.0 - 0.0
8-39
Section 8 Parameters
CH
l.pid
d.pid
Display PID Selection
Use this parameter to select the PID set that you wish to display.
• Set the number of the PID set that you wish to display.
Function
• Up to 8 PID sets (PID Sets 1 to 8) can be used. PID constants, MV
upper and lower limits, and automatic selection range upper limits
are stored in each PID set.
Parameter
Display PID Selection
Setting range
1 to 8
Unit
−
Setting
* Selected PID set.
Reference
● Related Parameters
PID Set Number (Program Setting Level) (P. 8-19)
CH
PID ∗ Proportional Band
PID ∗ Integral Time
PID ∗ Derivative Time
∗
∗
∗
Default value
*
l.pid
.p
.i
.d
(∗: 1 to 8)
2-PID control
These parameters are used to store PID constants in each PID set. If
AT is executed, the values are set automatically.
Parameters
Function
P action: Control action using an MV proportional to the deviation.
I action: Control action using an output that is proportional to the time
integral of the deviation. The P action causes an offset, and
thus it is used in combination with the I action. As time
elapses, the offset disappears and the controlled temperature and SP equalize.
D action: Control action using an output that is proportional to the time
derivative of the input. The P action and I action serve to
correct the control result and thus respond slowly to sudden
temperature changes. The D action corrects control by
adding an MV that is proportional to the slope of the temperature change.
Parameter
Setting
Setting range
Unit
Default value
Proportional Band (P)
0.00 to 999.99
%FS
10.00
Integral Time (I)
0.0 to 3999.9
s
233.0
Derivative Time (D)
0.0 to 3999.9
s
40.0
• For ON/OFF control, set the proportional band to 0.0. The proportional band cannot be set to 0.0 on a Position-proportional Control
Model.
• For P control or PD control, set the integral time to 0.0. The integral
time cannot be set to 0.0 on a Position-proportional Control Model
when performing floating control or when the Operation at Potentiometer Input Error parameter is set to “Continue.”
Reference
8-40
● Related Parameters
AT Execute/Cancel (Adjustment Level) (P. 8-23)
8.8 PID Setting Level (l.pid)
CH
∗
∗
PID∗ MV Upper Limit
PID∗ MV Lower Limit
l.pid
.ol-h
.ol-l
(∗: 1 to 8)
2-PID control
Function
• Use the MV Upper Limit and MV Lower Limit parameters to set
upper and lower limits for the MV. When the Controller calculates an
MV that is outside of the upper and lower limits, the upper or lowerlimit is output.
• MV Upper Limit
The setting range differs for standard control and heating/cooling
control. The cooling MV of heating/cooling control is expressed as a
negative value.
• MV Lower Limit
The setting range differs for standard control and heating/cooling
control. The cooling MV of heating/cooling control is expressed as a
negative value.
• The MV limit function does not operate on a Position-proportional
Control Model during floating control, and thus the setting is not
effective.
Parameter
Setting
MV Upper Limit
MV Lower Limit
Setting range
Standard control:
MV lower limit + 0.1 to 105.0
Heating/cooling control:
0.0 to 105.0
Standard control:
−5.0 to MV upper limit − 0.1
Heating/cooling control:
−105.0 to 0.0
Unit
Default value
%
100.0
%
100.0
%
0.0
%
−100.0
Reference
Parameters
The following MVs take priority over the MV limits:
• Manual MV
• MV at Reset
• MV at PV error
● Related Information
MV Limits in 5.3 Output Adjustment Functions (P. 5-15)
8-41
Section 8 Parameters
CH
∗
PID∗ Automatic Selection Range Upper Limit
l.pid
.aut
(∗: 1 to 8)
When using automatic selection of PID sets, use these parameters to
set an upper limit for each PID set.
• Set the automatic selection range upper limit for PID Sets 1 to 8.
Function
• The limit for PID Set 8 is fixed at 110% of the sensor setting range,
and thus does not need to be set.
• These upper limits are applied to the PV (present value), DV
(deviation), or SP (present SP) set in the PID Set Automatic
Selection Data parameter. The default setting is “PV.”
Setting range
−19999 to 99999
Unit
EU
Default value
1450.0
Setting
Reference
● Related Information
PID Sets in 5.2 Control Functions (P. 5-10)
Parameters
● Related Parameters
PID Set Automatic Selection Data (Expansion Control Setting Level)
(P. 8-98)
8-42
8.9 Time Signal Setting Level ( )
8.9 Time Signal Setting Level ( )
The Time Signal Setting Level is used to set time signals. This level is displayed if the Program Output
Selection parameter in the Control Initial Setting 2 Level parameter is set to “Time Signal.”
● Level Changes at Startup Up To Time Signal Setting Level
Power ON
Operation
Level
L key less
than 1 s
Program
Setting
Level
Adjustment 2
Level
Adjustment
Level
L key
less than 1 s
L key
less than 1 s
l.adj
L key
less than 1 s
l.ad2
L key less
than 1 s
Alarm Set
PID Setting
Setting
Level l.pid
Level l.alm
L key
L key
less than 1 s
less than 1 s
Time Signal
Approximation
Setting
Setting
Level
Level l.tec L key
less than 1 s
Control in progress
● Parameter Changes within Time Signal Setting Level
Time Signal Setting Level
CH
prg.n
1
PRG.N: Program Editing
Program 1
Program 2
2
Program 3
3
D
U
32
Program 32
M
CH
tsg1.1
0
ton1.1
0.00
M
CH
tof1.1
CH
TSG1.6: Time Signal 6 Setting Segment 1
0 0 to Number of Segments
tsg1.6
CH
0.00
0.00
M
M
ton1.6
CH
Parameters
M
CH
TON1.6: Time Signal 6 ON Time 1
0.00 to 99.59 or 0.00.0 to 99.59.9
M
tof1.6
TOF1.6: Time Signal 6 OFF Time 1
0.00 0.00 to 99.59 or 0.00.0 to 99.59.9
M
CH
tof3.1
0.00
M
CH
tof3.6
TOF3.6: Time Signal OFF Time 3
0.00 0.00 to 99.59 or 0.00.0 to 99.59.9
M
8-43
Section 8 Parameters
CH
prg.n
Program Editing
CH1 or CH2 during independent
operation with time signal enabled
• This parameter is used to set the program number of the program to
be set.
Function
Setting range
1 to 32
Unit
---
Default value
(See note.)
Setting
Note: The current program number.
Reference
● Related Parameters
Auxiliary Output * Assignment (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 867)
Program Output Selection (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 8-68)
CH
Time Signal * Set Segment 1
Time Signal * Set Segment 2
Time Signal * Set Segment 3
tsg1.*
tsg2.*
tsg3.*
CH1 or CH2 (during independent
control) with time signal enabled
(*: 1 to 6)
• Time signals can be set for 6 outputs for each program, with 3 time
signals for each output.
Parameters
Function
• This parameter is used to set the segments for which time signals
are used. The default setting is 0 (disabled).
Setting range
0 to Number of Segments (0: Disabled)
Unit
---
Default value
0: Disabled
Setting
Reference
● Related Information
Time Signal in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-33)
● Related Parameters
Auxiliary Output * Assignment (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 867)
Program Output Selection (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 8-68)
Time Signal * ON Time * (Time Signal Setting Level) (P. 8-45)
Time Signal * OFF Time * (Time Signal Setting Level) (P. 8-45)
8-44
8.9 Time Signal Setting Level ( )
CH
Time Signal * ON Time 1
Time Signal * ON Time 2
Time Signal * ON Time 3
ton*.1
ton*.1
ton*.1
(*: 1 to 6)
CH1 or CH2 (during independent
control) with time signal enabled
• These parameters are used to set the ON time for time signals.
Function
• Set the interval between the time signal ON and OFF times to
100 ms minimum. Unexpected operation may occur if the interval
is set to less than 100 ms.
Setting range
0.00 to 99.59 or 0.00.0 to 99.59.9
Unit
Program time unit
Default value
0.00
Setting
Reference
● Related Information
Time Signal in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-33)
● Related Parameters
Auxiliary Output * Assignment (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 867)
Program Output Selection (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 8-68)
Time Signal * Set Segment * (Time Signal Setting Level) (P. 8-44)
Time Signal * OFF Time * (Time Signal Setting Level) (P. 8-45)
CH
Time Signal * OFF Time 2
Time Signal * OFF Time 3
tof*.1
tof*.1
tof*.1
(*: 1 to 6)
CH1 or CH2 (during independent
control) with time signal enabled
• These parameters are used to set the OFF time for time signals.
Function
• Set the interval between the time signal ON and OFF times to 100
ms minimum.
Unexpected operation may occur if the interval is set to less than
100 ms.
Setting range
0.00 to 99.59 or 0.00.0 to 99.59.9
Unit
Program time unit
Default value
0.00
Setting
Reference
● Related Information
Time Signal in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-33)
● Related Parameters
Auxiliary Output * Assignment (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 867)
Program Output Selection (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 8-68)
Time Signal * Set Segment * (Time Signal Setting Level) (P. 8-44)
Time Signal * OFF Time * (Time Signal Setting Level) (P. 8-45)
8-45
Parameters
Time Signal * OFF Time 1
Section 8 Parameters
8.10 Approximation Setting Level (l.tec)
This level contains parameters for straight-line and broken-line approximation settings. These parameters
only appear if enabled in Control Initial Setting 2 Level.
● Level Changes at Startup Up To Approximation Setting Level
Power ON
Program
Setting
Level
Operation
Level
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
Time Signal
Setting
Level
Approximation
Setting
Level l.tec
L key
less than 1 s
Adjustment
Level l.adj
Adjustment 2
Level
l.ad2
L key less
L
key less
than 1 s
than 1 s
PID Setting
Level l.pid
L key
less than 1 s
Alarm Set
Setting
Level l.alm
L key
less than 1 s
Control in progress
● Parameter Changes within Approximation Setting Level
Approximation Setting Level l.tec
si1.
1
0.000
M
si2.1
1.000
M
so1.1
0.000
M
so2.1
1.000
M
si1. 2
0.000
M
Parameters
si2. 2
1.000
M
so1. 2
0.000
M
so2. 2
1.000
M
8-46
SI1.1: Straight-line
Approximation 1 Input 1
−1.999 - 9.999
SI2.1: Straight-line
Approximation 1 Input 2
−1.999 - 9.999
SO1.1: Straight-line
Approximation 1 Output 1
−1.999 - 9.999
SO2.1: Straight-line
Approximation 1 Output 2
−1.999 - 9.999
SI1.2: Straight-line
Approximation 2 Input 1
−1.999 - 9.999
SI2.2: Straight-line
Approximation 2 Input 2
−1.999 - 9.999
SO1.2: Straight-line
Approximation 2 Output 1
−1.999 - 9.999
SO2.2: Straight-line
Approximation 2 Output 2
−1.999 - 9.999
fi01.1
0.000
FIO1.1: Broken-line
Approximation 1 Input 1
−1.999 - 9.999
fi20.1
0.000
M
fo01.1
0.000
FI20.1: Broken-line
Approximation 1
Input 20
−1.999 - 9.999
FO01.1: Broken-line
Approximation 1 Output 1
−1.999 - 9.999
FO20.1: Broken-line
Approximation 1
0.000 Output 20
−1.999 - 9.999
fo20.1
M
8.10 Approximation Setting Level (l.tec)
Straight-line Approximation ∗ Input 1
Straight-line Approximation ∗ Input 2
Straight-line Approximation ∗ Output 1
Straight-line Approximation ∗ Output 2
si1.
si2.
so1.
so2.
∗
∗
∗
∗
l.tec
(∗: 1 or 2)
Straight-line approximation ∗ is enabled
Use these parameters to configure straight-line approximation 1 and 2.
Function
• Use these parameter to set the values for straight-line approximation. Specify two points: straight-line approximations 1 and 2. Use
normalized data for the values.
• If Input 1 = Input 2, the setting will not be effective and will be
regarded as straight-line approximation with input data = output
data.
Output value 2
Output value 1
Input value 2
Parameter
Setting
Reference
Setting range
Unit
Default value
Straight-line Approximation ∗
Input 1
−1.999 to
9.999
−
0.000
Straight-line Approximation ∗
Input 2
−1.999 to
9.999
−
1.000
Straight-line Approximation ∗
Output 1
−1.999 to
9.999
−
0.000
Straight-line Approximation ∗
Output 2
−1.999 to
9.999
−
1.000
● Related Parameters
Straight-line Approximation 1 Enabled, Straight-line Approximation 2
Enabled (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 8-71)
8-47
Parameters
Input value 1
Section 8 Parameters
l.tec
fi01.1 to fi20.1
Broken-line Approximation 1 Input 1 to
Broken-line Approximation 1 Input 20
Broken-line Approximation 1 Output 1 to
fo01.1 to fo20.1
Broken-line Approximation 1
is enabled
Broken-line Approximation 1 Output 20
Use these parameters to set values for broken-line approximation 1.
Function
• Use these parameters to set the values for broken-line approximation. Up to 20 points can be specified for one broken line approximation. Use normalized data for the values.
• If Input n ≥ Input n + 1, the setting of point n + 1 will not be effective.
Operation result
P5 disabled because
Input 5 ≤ Input 4
P3
Output 2
P2
Input 2 Input 3
Parameter
Parameters
Reference
6-point broken-line approximation characteristics
P1
P7 to 20 Input 1
(Disabled)
Setting
P6
P4
Output 3
Output 1
P5
Argument 1 (Input data)
Setting range
Unit
Default value
Broken-line Approximation ∗
Input 1 to
Broken-line Approximation ∗
Input 20
−1.999 to
9.999
−
0.000
Broken-line Approximation ∗
Output 1 to
Broken-line Approximation ∗
Output 20
−1.999 to
9.999
−
0.000
● Related Information
Broken-line Approximation in 5.1 Input Adjustment Functions (P. 5-6)
● Related Parameters
Broken-line Approximation 1 Enabled (Control Initial Setting 2 Level)
(P. 8-72)
8-48
8.11 Input Initial Setting Level (l.0)
8.11 Input Initial Setting Level (l.0)
This level contains Initial setting parameters for inputs, including input types, temperature units, and
scaling settings.
● Level Changes at Startup Up To Input Initial Setting Level
Power ON
Program Setting
Level
Operation
Level
L key less
than 1 s
Adjustment
Level l.adj
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
Alarm Set
Setting
Level l.alm
Adjustment 2
Level l.ad2
L key less
than 1 s
PID Setting
Level l.pid
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
Approximation
Setting
Level l.tec
Time Signal
Setting
Level
L key less than 1 s
25.0
L key
3s
or more
Input Initial
Setting
Level l.0
0.0
01.01
L key less
than 1 s
Control Initial
Setting
Level l.1
Control stops.
L key less
than 1 s
Control Initial
Setting
2 Level l.2
Alarm Setting
Level
L key less
than 1 s
l.3
L key less
than 1 s
Display
Adjustment
Level l.4
L key less
than 1 s
Communications
Setting
Level
l.5
L key less than 1 s
Control in progress
Control stopped
● Parameter Changes within Input Initial Setting Level
Input Initial Setting Level
l.0
CH
i1-t
I1-T: Input 1 Type
2 0 - 19
M
I1DU: Input 1
Temperature Units
c °C/°F
i1du
M
CH
CH
i2-t
I2-T: Input 2 Type
2 0 - 19
M
I2DU: Input 2
Temperature Units
c °C/°F
i2du
M
i3-t
I3-T: Input 3 Type
2 0 - 19
M
Input 3
i3du I3DU:
Temperature Units
CH
I4DU: Input 4
Temperature Units
c °C/°F
M
DSP.1:
Scaling Display Value 1
0 -19999 - Scaling Display
value 2 −1
M
inp. 2 INP.2:
Scaling Input Value 2
M
M
+1 - 99999
dp
DP: Decimal Point Position
0 0-4
M
rsph
CH
rspl
CH
DSP.2:
Display Value 2
dsp. 2 Scaling
Scaling Display Value 1
CH
M
i4du
M
dsp.1
100
M
I4-T: Input 4 Type
2 0 - 19
INP.1:
4 Scaling Input Value 1
20
CH
c °C/°F
i4-t
inp.1
Parameters
L key
1 s or
more
RSPH: Remote SP Upper
1300.0 Limit
*1
M
RSPL: Remote SP Lower
-200.0 Limit
*1
M
PVDP: PV Decimal
Point Display
on OFF (0) / ON (1)
pVdp
M
*1 : Temperature:
Lower limit of sensor setting range to
upper limit of sensor setting range
Analog:
(Larger of -19999 and a display value
equivalent to input lower limit) to
(smaller of 99999 and display value
equivalent to input upper limit)
SNC:
Sensor Induction Noise
50hz reduction 50Hz/60Hz
snc
AMOV: Move to Advanced
amoV0 Function Setting
Level -1999 - 9999
8-49
Section 8 Parameters
Input ∗ Type
l.0
i*-t.
(∗: 1 to 4)
• These parameters are used to set the sensor types.
Function
• If these parameters are changed, the SP limit settings are returned
to the Initial settings. Reset the SP Upper Limit and SP Lower Limit
parameters as necessary.
• Refer to the following table to set the parameters. The default setting
is shaded.
Set
value
Parameters
Setting
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Input
type
Setting range
(°C)
(°F)
−200.0 to 850.0
−300.0 to 1500.0
−150.00 to 150.00 −199.99 to 300.00
−200.0 to 1300.0 −300.0 to 2300.0
−20.0 to 500.0
0.0 to 900.0
−100.0 to 850.0
−100.0 to 1500.0
−20.0 to 400.0
0.0 to 750.0
−200.0 to 400.0
−300.0 to 700.0
0.0 to 600.0
0.0 to 1100.0
−100.0 to 850.0
−100.0 to 1500.0
−200.0 to 400.0
−300.0 to 700.0
−200.0 to 1300.0 −300.0 to 2300.0
0.0 to 1700.0
0.0 to 3000.0
0.0 to 1700.0
0.0 to 3000.0
100.0 to 1800.0
300.0 to 3200.0
0.0 to 2300.0
0.0 to 4100.0
4 to 20 mA Depends on scaling
0 to 20 mA One of the following ranges is displayed depending on the scaling:
1 to 5V
−19999 to 99999
0 to 5V
−1999.9 to 9999.9
−199.99 to 999.99
0 to 10V −19.999 to 99.999
−1.9999 to 9.9999
Pt100(1)
Pt100(2)
K(1)
K(2)
J(1)
J(2)
T
E
L
U
N
R
S
B
W
Input type
switch
TC.PT
TC.PT
IN
TYPE
ANALOG
ANALOG
TC.PT
IN
TYPE
ANALOG
Set the input type switch of each input to match the Input Type
parameter of the corresponding input. The default setting is 2 (TC.PT).
Reference
8-50
● Related Parameters
Input ∗ Temperature Units (Input Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-51)
SP Upper Limit and SP Lower Limit (Control Initial Setting Level)
(P. 8-57)
8.11 Input Initial Setting Level (l.0)
Input ∗ Temperature Unit
l.0
i*du
Temperature input
• Select Celsius (°C) or Fahrenheit (°F) for the temperature unit.
Function
Setting range
Unit
c: °C
f: °F
Default value
−
c: °C
Setting
Reference
● Related Parameters
Input ∗ Type (Input Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-50)
CH
Scaling Input Value 1
Scaling Display Value 1
Scaling Input Value 2
Scaling Display Value 2
Decimal Point Position
l.0
inp.1
dsp.1
inp.2
dsp.2
dp
Analog input
• These parameters are used with an analog input.
• Scaling is carried out for the analog input. The display value for the
input value specified in the Scaling Input Value 1 parameter is set in
the Scaling Display Value 1 parameter, and the display value for
input value set in the Scaling Input Value 2 parameter is set in the
Scaling Display Value 2 parameter.
• The Decimal Point Position parameter is used to specify the decimal
point position of the set values (SP, etc.) given in EU.
• Scaling settings for inputs 2 to 4 of a Controller with more than one
inputs are set for channels 2 to 4. Press the CH Key to change to
the desired analog input channel and then set the scaling.
Parameter
Setting
Setting range
Unit
Default value
Scaling Input Value 1
Input lower limit to
input upper limit
∗
4
Scaling Display Value 1
−19999 to
Scaling upper limit − 1
EU
0
Scaling Input Value 2
Input lower limit to
input upper limit
∗
20
Scaling Display Value 2
Scaling lower limit + 1
to 99999
EU
100
Decimal Point Position
0 to 4
−
0
* The unit depend on the input type setting.
8-51
Parameters
Function
Section 8 Parameters
Important
The operation of E5AR-T/ER-T control functions and alarms is based on the
input values. If a value greater than inp.2 (Scaling Input Value 2) is set for
inp.1 (Scaling Input Value 1), operation will work in the opposite direction of
the display values. The user must confirm compatibility with devices. For
details, refer to 4.4 Setting the Input Type (P. 4-10).
Reference
Remote SP Upper Limit
Remote SP Lower Limit
Function
● Related Parameters
Input ∗ Type (Input Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-50)
l.0
rsph
rspl
Control with remote SP*
• This parameter sets the upper and lower limits for the remote SP.
The remote SP upper limit is set with respect to the upper input
range limit of input 2, and the remote SP lower limit is set with
respect to the lower input range limit of input 2. For example, if input
2 is set to 4 to 20 mA, the remote SP upper limit is set with respect
to 20 mA and the remote SP lower limit is set with respect to 4 mA.
• If the Input Type, Temperature Units, or scaling parameters for input
1 are changed, the upper and lower limit settings are changed to the
upper and lower limits of the sensor.
• The decimal point position depends on the selected sensor. For an
analog input, the decimal point position depends on the Decimal
Point Position parameter.
RSP
Parameters
Remote SP Upper Limit
Input type = 4 to 20 mA
Remote SP Lower Limit
Input (mA)
4
20
The SP limits are in effect, and therefore if the input remote SP is
above or below the SP limits, the SP will be clamped to the upper or
lower limit.
* During cascade control, only channel 2 is displayed.
8-52
8.11 Input Initial Setting Level (l.0)
Parameter
Remote SP
Upper Limit
Setting
Remote SP
Lower Limit
Setting range
Unit
Temperature:
Lower limit of sensor setting range to upper limit of
sensor setting range
Analog:
(Larger of −19999 and display value equivalent to
lower input limit) to
(smaller of 99999 and display value equivalent to
upper input limit)
Default value
EU
1300.0
EU
−200.0
* According to setting of the Input Type parameter.
Reference
● Related Parameters
Input ∗ Type (Input Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-50)
Input ∗ Temperature Units (Input Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-51)
Control Mode (Control Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-58)
SP Upper Limit and SP Lower Limit (Control Initial Setting Level)
(P. 8-57)
Note:When the remote SP input is set to a temperature input, be sure
to set the input type of the main input to the same setting as the
input type of remote SP input.
If the remote SP input is set to a temperature input and the upper
and lower limits of the remote SP are not the same as the upper
and lower limits of the sensor setting range of the input type of
remote SP input, it will not be possible to obtain a correct remote
SP value.
CH
PV Decimal Point Display
l.0
pvdp
This parameter can be used to not show the digits of the PV below the decimal point.
Function
• If this parameter is turned OFF, the digits of the PV below the
decimal point are not shown. When turned ON, the digits below the
decimal point are shown according to the input type setting.
Setting range
off: OFF
on : ON
Unit
−
Default value
on: ON
Setting
Reference
● Related Information
Input ∗ type (Input Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-50)
8-53
Parameters
Temperature input
Section 8 Parameters
Sensor Induction Noise Reduction
l.0
snc
This parameter can be set to reduce induction noise from the power
source in the input.
• This parameter reduce induction noise in the input according to the
frequency of the power source.
Function
• Select 50 Hz or 60 Hz according to the power source used for the
Controller.
Setting range
50hz: 50 Hz
60hz: 60 Hz
Unit
−
Default value
50hz: 50 Hz
Setting
Reference
● Related Information
Input ∗ type (Input Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-50)
Move to Advanced Function Setting Level
l.0
amov
“Initial Setting Protection” is set to 0.
This function is used to move to the Advanced Function Setting Level.
Parameters
• Enter a password to move to the Advanced Function Setting Level.
Function
• The password is set to “−169.” After entering “−169,” press the M
Key or wait for two seconds and you will move to Advanced Function
Setting Level.
Setting range
−1999 to 9999
Unit
−
Setting
Reference
8-54
● Related Parameters
Initial Setting Protection (Protect Level) (P. 8-4)
Default value
0
8.12 Control Initial Setting Level (l.1)
8.12 Control Initial Setting Level (l.1)
This level contains Initial setting parameters for control, such as the control method, as well as the output
types, SP limits, control mode, direct/reverse operation, and closed/floating settings.
● Level Changes at Startup Up To Control Initial Setting Level
Power ON
Program
Setting
Level
Operation
Level
Adjustment
Level l.adj
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
Alarm Set
Setting
Level l.alm
Adjustment 2
Level l.ad2
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
Approximation
Setting
Level l.tec
Time Signal
Setting
Level
PID Setting
Level l.pid
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
L key less than 1 s
L key
1 s or
more
L key
3s
or more
Input Initial
Setting
Level l.0
25.0
0.0
01.01
Control Initial
Setting
Level l.1
L key
less than 1 s
Control stops.
Control Initial
Setting
L key 2 Level l.2
less than 1 s
Alarm Setting
Level l.3
L key
less than 1 s
Display
Adjustment
L key Level
less than 1 s
l.4
Communications
Setting
L key Level
less than 1 s
l.5
L key less than 1 s
Control in progress
Control stopped
● Parameter Changes within Initial Control Setting Level
l.1
O1-T: Output 1 Type
Voltage Output (for driving SSR) (O)/
0 Linear Current Output (1)
CH
O3-T: Output 3 Type
Voltage Output (for driving SSR) (O)/
0 Linear Current Output (1)
CH
o1-t
M
o3-t
sl-h
1300.0
M
CO1-T:
Linear Current Output 1 Type
1
0-20mA(0)/4-20mA(1)
mode
0
M
CO2-T:
Linear Current Output 2 Type
1 0-20mA(0)/4-20mA(1)
co2-t
M
co3-t
1
M
co4-t
1
M
CO3-T:
Linear Current Output 3 Type
0 - 20mA(0)/4 - 20mA(1)
CO4-T:
Linear Current Output 4 Type
0 - 20mA(0)/4 - 20mA(1)
CH
CH
SNUM: Number of
Segments
16 8, 12, 16, 20, or 32
M T-U: Program Time Unit
Hour.Minute: HHMM,
hhmm Minute.Second: MMSSD,
Minute.Second: MMSS
M T-PR: Step Time/Rate of Rise
Programming
time Step time: TIME or
Rate of rise programming: PR
M
sl-l
-200.0
M
co1-t
snum
SL-H: SP Upper Limit
(See note 1.)
t-u
SL-H: SP Lower Limit
(See note 2.)
t-pr
MODE: Control Mode
(See note 3.)
<
M
OREV: Direct/Reverse
Operation
Oor-r Reverse: OR-R/
Direct: OR-D
M
<
CLFL: Closed/Floating
Floating: FLOAT/
float
Closed: CLOSE
M
PMO: Independent
Operation/Coordinated Operation
mult Independent operation: MULT or
M Coordinated operation: SNGL
pmod
M
PRU: Time Unit of Rise
Programming
m 10 h: 10H, Hour: H,
Minutes: M, or Seconds: S
M
PVST: PV Start
SP start: SP, PV start
sp (slope priority): PV-R, or
PV start (time priority): PV-T
pru
oreV
clfl
Parameters
Control Initial Setting Level
CH
p st
M
rstm
stop
M
RSTM: Operation at Reset
Stop control: STOP or Fixed
control: FSP
spsl
SPSL: Set Point Selection
Present set point: PSP or
psp Present value: PV
Note 1: Temperature: SP lower limit + 1 to upper limit
<M
of sensor setting range
Analog:
SP lower limit + 1 to lesser of 99999 or
display value equivalent of input upper limit
3: 1/4 inputs: Standard (0) or heating/cooling (1)
2:Temperature: Lower limit of sensor setting range
2 inputs: Standard (0), heating/cooling (1),
to SP upper limit − 1
Standard with remote SP (2),
Analog:
(Larger of -19999 and display value equivalent
Heating/cooling with remote SP (3),
of input lower value) to (SP upper limit −1)
Proportional (4), Cascade standard (5), or
Cascade heating/cooling (6)
8-55
Section 8 Parameters
l.1
o1-t
o3-t
Output 1 Type
Output 3 Type
Model with multi-output
Use these parameters to select the output types for multi-outputs.
• Select a voltage output (for driving SSR) or linear current output.
Function
• When voltage output (for driving SSR) is selected, the output is 12
VDC, 21 mA for the [email protected]@[email protected]@@ and 12 VDC, 40 mA
for all other models.
• When linear current output is selected, use the Linear Current
Output Type parameter to select an output of 0 to 20 mA or 4 to
20 mA.
Setting range
0: Voltage output (for driving SSR)
1: Linear current output
Unit
−
Default value
0
Setting
Reference
Linear Current Output ∗ Type
● Related Parameters
Linear Current Output ∗ Type (Control Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-56)
Control/Transfer Output ∗ Assignment (Control Initial Setting 2
Level) (P. 8-64)
l.1
co*-t
(∗: 1 to 4)
Current output
Parameters
Use these parameters to select the linear current output types.
• Select a 0 to 20 mA output or a 4 to 20 mA output.
Function
Setting range
0: 0 to 20 mA
1: 4 to 20 mA
Unit
−
Default value
1
Setting
Reference
8-56
● Related Parameters
Control/Transfer Output
Level) (P. 8-64)
∗ Assignment (Control Initial Setting 2
8.12 Control Initial Setting Level (l.1)
CH
l.1
sl-h
sl-l
SP Upper Limit
SP Lower Limit
Function
• Use these parameters to set upper and lower limits for the SP
setting. The SP can be set only between these limits. If the limits are
changed and a previously set SP falls outside of the limits due to the
change, the SP will automatically change to the upper or lower limit.
• If the input type and temperature unit are changed, the SP upper
and lower limits will change to the upper and lower limits of the
sensor.
• The decimal point position depends on the selected sensor. For
analog input, the decimal point position is determined by the
Decimal Point Position parameter.
Parameter
Setting range
Unit
Default value
Temperature: SP lower limit + 1
to upper limit of input range
Setting
SP Upper
Limit
Analog: (SP lower limit + 1) to
(smaller of 99999 and display
value equivalent to input upper
limit)
EU
1300.0
EU
−200.0
Temperature: Lower limit of
input range to SP upper limit − 1
SP Lower
Limit
● Related Parameters
Input ∗ Type (Input Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-50)
Input ∗ Temperature Units (Input Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-51)
Parameters
Reference
Analog: (Larger of -19999 and
display value equivalent to input
lower limit) to SP upper limit − 1
8-57
Section 8 Parameters
l.1
mode
Control Mode
Use this parameter to select the control mode.
• On single-input or 4-input Controller Models, select standard control
or heating/cooling control.
Function
Setting
• On two-input Controller Models, select standard control, heating/
cooling control, standard control with remote SP, heating/cooling
control with remote SP, proportional control, cascade standard
control, or cascade heating/cooling control.
Setting range
0: Standard
1: Heating/cooling
2: Remote SP standard
3: Remote SP heating/cooling
4: Proportional
5: Cascade standard
6: Cascade heating/cooling
Unit
−
Default value
0
The setting range is 0 or 1 on a single- or 4-input Controller Model and
0 to 6 on a 2-input Controller Model.
Reference
● Related Information
4.6 Selecting the Control Mode (P. 4-15)
● Related Parameters
Control/Transfer Output
Level) (P. 8-64)
∗ Assignment (Control Initial Setting 2
CH
Parameters
Direct/Reverse Operation
Function
l.1
orev
• When direct operation is selected, the MV is increased when the PV
increases. When reverse operation is selected, the MV is increased
when the PV decreases.
Setting range
or-r: Reverse operation
or-d: Direct operation
Unit
−
Default value
or-r: Reverse operation
Setting
Reference
8-58
● Related Information
Direct Operation (Cooling)/Reverse Operation (Heating) in 4.7
Setting Output Parameters (P. 4-20)
8.12 Control Initial Setting Level (l.1)
CH
l.1
clfl
Closed/Floating
Position-proportional Control Model
• Use this parameter to select the control method for a Positionproportional Control Model.
Function
Setting range
Setting
Independent Operation/
float: Floating
close: Closed
Unit
−
Default value
float: Floating
l.1
pmod
CH2 standard control or
CH2 heating/cooling control
Coordinated Operation
• This parameter can be used to select independent or coordinated
operation for models with two input channels.
Function
• If coordinated operation is selected, coordinated operation based on
channel 1 is enabled. The program will be the same for channels 1
and 2.
• Only coordinated operation based on channel 1 is supported for
models with four inputs. Even when heating/cooling control is set for
the control mode of channel 2, you will not be able to select
independent operation.
Setting
Reference
mult: Independent operation
sngl: Coordinated operation
Unit
−
Default value
mult: Independent operation
● Related Information
Operating Programs Using Multiple Channels in 5.2 Control
Functions (P. 5-11)
● Related Parameters
Set Point Offset (Adjustment Level) (P. 8-32)
Set Point Selection (Control Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-62)
8-59
Parameters
Setting range
Section 8 Parameters
l.1
snum
Number of Segments
• This parameter is used to set the maximum number of segments
that can be set in a program. The default value is 16.
Function
Setting range
8, 12, 16, 20, or 32
Unit
−
Default value
16
Setting
l.1
t-u
Program Time Unit
• This parameter is used to specify the time unit for the program.
Function
• The Program Time Unit parameter specifies the time unit for the
following parameters. The Program Time Unit parameter must be
set before the following parameters can be set.
• Segment Time
• Time Signal ON Time and Time Signal OFF Time parameters
Setting range
Setting
hhmm: Hours, minutes
nnss: Minutes, seconds
nnssd: Minutes,
Unit
−
Default value
hhmm: hours, minutes
Parameters
seconds, deciseconds
Step Time/Rate of Rise Programming
l.1
t-pr
• This parameter is used to specify the programming method.
Function
Setting range
Setting
Reference
8-60
time: Step Time
pr: Rate of Rise Programming
Unit
−
Default value
time: Step Time
● Related Information
Rate of Rise Programming in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P.
5-28)
8.12 Control Initial Setting Level (l.1)
Time Unit of Ramp Rate
l.1
pru
Rate of Rise Programming
• This parameter is used to set the time unit for the ramp rate when
rate of rise programming is used.
Function
Setting range
Setting
Reference
10h: 10 hours
h: Hours
m: Minutes
s: Seconds
Unit
−
Default value
m: Minutes
● Related Information
Rate of Rise Programming in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P.
5-28)
● Related Parameters
Segment Rate of Rise (Program Setting Level) (P. 8-18)
Step Time/Rate of Rise Programming (Control Initial Setting Level)
(P. 8-60)
CH
l.1
pvst
PV Start
• This parameter is used to set the method for starting the program.
• The following table outlines the start SP and the start point for each
method.
Start method
SP at start
of operation
Operation start point
SP Start
Segment SP
for segment 1
Program operates in order from SP of
segment 1.
PV Start
(slope priority)
PV at start of
operation
Operation starts at the first present SP
that matches the PV at the start of operation.
PV Start (time
priority)
PV at start of
operation
Operation starts with the PV at the start
of program operation used as the SP. The
operation start point is the beginning of
segment 1.
Setting range
Setting
sp: SP Start
p?-r: PV Start (slope priority)
p?-t: PV Start (time priority) (See note.)
Unit
−
Default value
sp: SP Start
Note:This selection is not possible for rate of rise programming.
Reference
● Related Information
Operation at Program Start in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P.
5-37)
8-61
Parameters
Function
Section 8 Parameters
l.1
rstm
Operation at Reset
• This parameter is used to set the operation at reset.
Function
Setting range
Setting
stop: Stop control
fsp: Fixed control
Important
Unit
−
Default value
stop: Stop control
If the Operation at Reset parameter is set to “Fixed
Control,” control during reset is executed using the
value set for the Fixed SP parameter. Control does
not stop.
l.1
spsl
Set Point Selection
Coordinated operation
• This parameter is used to select whether coordinated operation is
executed using the channel 1 present SP or the PV.
Function
Parameters
Setting range
Setting
Reference
psp: Present set point
p?: Present value
Unit
−
Default value
psp: Present set point
● Related Information
Operating Programs Using Multiple Channels in 5.2 Control
Functions (P. 5-11)
● Related Parameters
Set Point Offset (Adjustment Level) (P. 8-32)
Independent Operation/Coordinated Operation
Setting Level) (P. 8-59)
8-62
(Control
Initial
8.13 Control Initial Setting 2 Level (l.2)
8.13 Control Initial Setting 2 Level (l.2)
This level contains Initial setting parameters for processing functions, including control/transfer output
assignments, event input assignments, auxiliary output assignments, and first order lag operation enable/
disable settings.
● Level Changes at Startup Up To Control Initial Setting 2 Level
Power on
Program
Setting
Level
Operation
Level
Adjustment
Level l.adj
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
Alarm Set
Setting
Level l.alm
Adjustment 2
Level
l.ad2
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
l.pid
L key less
than 1 s
Approximation
Setting
Level l.tec
Time Signal
Setting
Level
PID Setting
Level
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
L key less than 1 s
L key
1s
or more
L key
3s
or more
25.0
0.0
01.01
Control stops.
Alarm Setting Level
Input Initial
Setting
Level l.0
Control Initial
Setting
Level l.1
L key
less than 1 s
Control Initial
Setting
2 Level l.2
L key
less than 1 s
Alarm Setting
Level l.3
L key
less than 1 s
Display
Adjustment
Level l.4
Communications
Setting
Level
l.5
L key
less than 1 s
L key
less than 1 s
L key less than 1 s
Control in progress
Control stopped
● Parameter Changes within Control Initial Setting Level
Oout.1
1
OUT.1: Control/Transfer
Output 1 Assignment
0 to 32
OUT.4:
Control/Transfer Output 4
0 Assignment
0 to 32
Oout.4
M
eV.1
0
EV.1: Event Input 1 Assignment
0 to 81
e .10
0
M
sbo.1
1
M
EV.10: Event Input 10
Assignment
0 to 81
SBO.1: Auxiliary Output 1
Assignment
0 to 84
sbo.10
0
SBO.10: Auxiliary Output
10 Assignment
0 to 84
M
Program Output Selection
psot PSOT:
Output segment: SGO,
sgo Output Segment Number: SGN,
or Time signal: TSG
M
trh.1
M
TRH.1: Transfer Output 1
Upper Limit
l.2
trl.1
TRL.1: Transfer Output 1
Lower Limit
maV.1
off
M
trh.2
MAV.4:
Movement Average 4
off Enabled OFF or ON
maV.4
TRH.2: Transfer Output 2
Upper Limit
M
trl.2
M
trh.3
M
trl.3
M
trh.4
M
MAV.1:
Movement Average 1
Enabled OFF or ON
Parameters
Control Initial Setting 2 Level
M
SQR.1:
Extraction of Square
Root 1 Enabled
off
OFF or ON
SQR.4:
off Extraction of Square
Root 4 Enabled
OFF or ON
M
SCL1: Straight-line
Approximation 1 Enabled
on
OFF or ON
SCL2: Straight-line
on Approximation 2 Enabled
OFF or ON
M
FNC.1:
Broken-line
Approximation 1 Enabled
off
OFF or ON
sqr.1
TRL.2: Transfer Output 2
Lower Limit
sqr.4
TRH.3:
Transfer Output 3
Upper Limit
TRL.3:
Transfer Output 3
Lower Limit
scl.1
scl.2
TRH.4:
Transfer Output 4
Upper Limit
fnc.1
trl.4
HRL.4:
Transfer Output 4
Lower Limit
M
LAG.1: First Order Lag
Operation 1 Enabled
off OFF or ON
LAG.4: First Order
Lag Operation
off 4 Enabled
M OFF or ON
CH
lag.1
lag.4
CH
M
CALB:
Motor Calibration
off OFF or ON
calb
M
mot
MOT: Travel Time
30 1 to 999
8-63
Section 8 Parameters
Control/Transfer Output ∗ Assignment
l.2
Oout.*
(∗: 1 to 4)
• Use this parameter to assign output content to outputs.
Function
Setting range
Disable (0)
CH1 control output (heating or open) for control output (1)
CH1 control output (cooling or close) for control output (2)
CH1 disable (3)
CH1 present set point (4)
CH1 PV (5)
CH1 control output (heating or open) for transfer output
(6)
CH1 control output (cooling or close) for transfer output
(7)
CH1 valve opening (8)
CH2 control output (heating) for control output (9)
CH2 control output (cooling) for control output (10)
Disable (11)
CH2 present set point (12)
CH2 PV (13)
CH2 control output (heating) for transfer output (14)
CH2 control output (cooling) for transfer output (15)
Disable (16)
Similarly,
CH3 (17 to 24)
CH4 (25 to 32)
Setting
Unit
Default
value
−
*
* The default value is set according to the control mode setting.
Control mode
Parameters
Standard Control
Heating/Cooling Control
Remote SP Standard Control
Remote SP Heating/cooling
Control
Proportional Control
Cascade Standard Control
Cascade Heating/Cooling
Control
Position-proportional Control
8-64
Input
type
1 input
2 inputs
4 inputs
1 input
2 inputs
4 inputs
1 input
2 inputs
4 inputs
1 input
2 inputs
4 inputs
1 input
2 inputs
4 inputs
1 input
2 inputs
4 inputs
1 input
2 inputs
4 inputs
1 input
Control/
Transfer Output
1 Assignment
1
1
1
1
1
1
−
1
−
−
1
−
−
1
−
−
9
−
−
9
−
−
Control/
Transfer Output
2 Assignment
0
9
9
2
2
2
−
0
−
−
2
−
−
0
−
−
0
−
−
10
−
−
Control/
Transfer Output
3 Assignment
0
0
17
0
9
9
−
0
−
−
0
−
−
0
−
−
0
−
−
0
−
0
Control/
Transfer Output
4 Assignment
0
0
25
0
10
10
−
0
−
−
0
−
−
0
−
−
0
−
−
0
−
0
8.13 Control Initial Setting 2 Level (l.2)
If a pulse output is set to operate as a transfer output (3 to 8 for
channel 1), the output will be OFF.
● Related Parameters
Linear Current Output ∗ Type (Control Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-56)
Output 1 Type and Output 3 Type (Control Initial Setting Level) (P. 856)
Parameters
Reference
8-65
Section 8 Parameters
Event Input ∗ Assignment
l.2
Oev.*
(∗: 1 to 10)
• Use these parameters to assign event input functions.
Function
Setting range
Parameters
Setting
Disable (0)
Communications Writing OFF/ON (1)
Channel 1 Program No. (bit 0, weight 1) (2)
Channel 1 Program No. (bit 1, weight 2) (3)
Channel 1 Program No. (bit 2, weight 4) (4)
Channel 1 Program No. (bit 3, weight 8) (5)
Channel 1 Program No. (bit 4, weight 16) (6)
Channel 1 Program No. (bit 5, weight 32) (7)
Channel 1 Program No. (bit 0, weight 10) (8)
Channel 1 Program No. (bit 2, weight 20) (9)
Channel 1 Run (ON)/Reset (OFF) (10)
Channel 1 Run (OFF)/Reset (ON) (11)
Channel 1 Auto (OFF/Manual (ON) (12)
Channel 1 Program SP (OFF)/Remote SP (ON) (13)
Channel 1 Remote SP (OFF)/Fixed SP (ON) (14)
Channel 1 Program SP (OFF)/Fixed SP (ON) (15)
Channel 1 Program SP (16)
Channel 1 Remote SP (17)
Channel 1 Fixed SP (18)
Channel 1 Hold (ON)/Hold clear (OFF) (19)
Channel 1 Advance (20)
Channel 1 Back (21)
Similarly
Channel 2 (22 to 41)
Channel 3 (42 to 61)
Channel 4 (62 to 81)
Default
value
Unit
−
0
• If the same setting is selected for different Event Input Assignment
parameters, the event input for which ON/OFF is determined last will
be effective. When the power is turned ON and the same program
number assignment is repeated, the event input with the higher
number is given priority.
Important
Reference
8-66
When the control mode is set to cascade control, assign
the following channel operation commands:
• CH2 Run/Reset (31)
• CH2 Auto/Manual (32)
• CH2 SP Mode (Remote SP/Fixed SP) (34)
(cascade open/close)
● Related Information
5.8 Using Event Inputs (P. 5-39)
8.13 Control Initial Setting 2 Level (l.2)
Auxiliary Output ∗ Assignment
l.2
Osbo.*
(∗: 1 to 10)
• Use these parameters to assign output content to auxiliary outputs.
Function
Setting
Disable (0)
CH1 Alarm 1 (1)
CH1 Alarm 2 (2)
CH1 Alarm 3 (3)
CH1 Alarm 4 (4)
CH1 Input error (5)
CH1RSP Input error (6)
Disabled (7)
CH1 Run output (8)
CH1 Program end output (9)
CH1 Program output 1 (10)*1
CH1 Program output 2 (11)*1
CH1 Program output 3 (12)*1
CH1 Program output 4 (13)*1
CH1 Program output 5 (14)*1
CH1 Program output 6 (15)*1
CH1 Program output 7 (16)*1
CH1 Program output 8 (17)*1
CH1 Program output 9 (18)*1
CH1 Program output 10 (19)*1
U-ALM (20)*1
Alarm 1 OR output of all channels (21)
Alarm 2 OR output of all channels (22)
Alarm 3 OR output of all channels (23)
Alarm 4 OR output of all channels (24)
Input error OR output of all channels (25)
RSP Input error OR output of all channels (26)
Disable (27)
CH2 Alarm 1 (28)
CH2 Alarm 2 (29)
CH2 Alarm 3 (30)
CH2 Alarm 4 (31)
CH2 Input error (32)
CH2 RSP Input error (33)
Disable (34)
CH2 Run output (35)
CH3 Program end output (36)
CH2 Program output 1 (37)*1
CH2 Program output 2 (38)*1
CH2 Program output 3 (39)*1
CH2 Program output 4 (40)*1
CH2 Program output 5 (41)*1
CH2 Program output 6 (42)*1
CH2 Program output 7 (43)*1
CH2 Program output 8 (44)*1
CH2 Program output 9 (45)*1
CH2 Program output 10 (46)*1
Similarly,
CH3 (47 to 65)
CH4 (66 to 84)
Unit
Default value
−
0 to 4
Parameters
Setting range
8-67
Section 8 Parameters
*1 The data that is output depends on the setting of the Program
Output Selection parameter and will be program output 1 to 10,
segment output 1 to 10, segment number output 1 to 6, or time
signal output 1 to 6.
*2 On a Controller with more than one input, assignment data can be
set for channels 2 and higher for the number of supported
channels. U-ALM output will be OR output of alarm functions 1 to 4
of all channels.
Reference
● Related Information
4.11 Using Auxiliary Outputs (P. 4-37)
● Related Parameters
Program Output Selection (Control Initial Setting 2 Level)
Program Output Selection
l.2
Opsot
“Program Output” assigned to Auxiliary Output
• This parameter is used to set what is output when “Program Output”
is selected for the Auxiliary Output Assignment parameter.
Function
Setting range
Parameters
Setting
Reference
sgo: Segment Output
sgn: Segment No. Output
tsg: Time Signal
Unit
−
Default value
sgo: Segment
Output
● Related Information
Time Signal in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-33)
Segment Output in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-34)
Program Status Outputs in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 536)
● Related Parameters
Auxiliary Output * Assignment (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 867)
8-68
8.13 Control Initial Setting 2 Level (l.2)
Transfer Output ∗ Upper Limit
Transfer Output ∗ Lower Limit
trh.
trl.
∗
∗
l.2
(∗: 1 to 4)
Transfer output using output assignment
• These parameters can only be used for outputs selected for transfer
output using the output assignment parameters.
Setting
Control/
Transfer output
assignment
data
Present set point
PV
Setting range
SP lower limit to
SP upper limit
Lower limit of
sensor setting
range to upper
limit of sensor
setting range
(temperature)
−19999 to 99999
(analog)
Default value
(upper limit/
lower limit of
transfer
output) *
Decimal
point
position
units
1300.0 and
−200.0
Depends
on input
type
EU
Upper and
lower limit of
sensor setting
range
Depends
on input
type
EU
Scaling
display value 2
and 1
Depends
on input
type
EU
Control output
(heating or
open)
Standard: -5.0 to
105.0; Heating/
cooling: 0.0 to
105.0
100.0 and 0.0
1
%
Control output
(cooling or
close)
0.0 to 105.0
100.0 and 0.0
1
%
Valve opening
−10.0 to 110.0
100.0 and 0.0
1
%
* The parameters will be initialized if the input type, temperature
units, scaling display value, SP upper and lower limits, or applicable
control/transfer output assignment is changed.
Reference
● Related Information
5.9 Using a Transfer Output (P. 5-47)
● Related Parameters
Input ∗ Type (Input Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-50)
Control/Transfer Output ∗ Assignment (Control Initial Setting 2
Level) (P. 8-64)
8-69
Parameters
Function
Section 8 Parameters
First Order Lag Operation ∗ Enabled
l.2
Olag.*
(∗: 1 to 4)
• Use these parameters to enable or disable first order lag operation
for each input.
Function
Setting range
off: Disable
on: Enable
Unit
−
Default value
off: Disable
Setting
Reference
● Related Information
5.1 Input Adjustment Functions (P. 5-2)
● Related Parameters
First Order Lag Operation
8-34)
Movement Average ∗ Enabled
∗ Time Constant (Adjustment 2 Level) (P.
l.2
Omav.*
(∗: 1 to 4)
• Use these parameters to enable or disable the movement average
for each input.
Parameters
Function
Setting range
off: Disable
on: Enable
Unit
−
Default value
off: Disable
Setting
Reference
8-70
● Related Parameters
Move Average ∗ Move Average Count (Adjustment 2 Level) (P. 8-34)
8.13 Control Initial Setting 2 Level (l.2)
Extraction of Square Root ∗ Enabled
l.2
Osqr.*
(∗: 1 to 4)
• Use these parameters to enable or disable the extraction of square
root operation for each input.
Function
Setting range
off: Disable
on: Enable
Unit
−
Default value
off: Disable
Setting
Reference
● Related Parameters
Extraction of Square Root ∗ Low-cut Point (Adjustment 2 Level)
(P. 8-35)
Straight-line Approximation ∗ Enabled
l.2
Oscl.*
(∗: 1 or 2)
Proportional control
• Use these parameters to enable or disable straight-line approximation.
Function
Setting range
off: Disable
on: Enable
Unit
−
Default value
on: Enable
Reference
● Related Parameters
Straight-line Approximation ∗ Input 1, Straight-line Approximation ∗
Input 2, Straight-line Approximation ∗ Output 1, and Straight-line
Approximation ∗ Output 2 (Approximation Setting Level) (P. 8-47)
8-71
Parameters
Setting
Section 8 Parameters
Broken-line Approximation 1 Enabled
Function
l.2
fnc.1
• Use this parameter to enable or disable broken-line approximation
for input 1.
Setting range
off: Disable
on: Enable
Unit
−
Default value
off: Disable
Setting
Reference
● Related Parameters
Broken-line Approximation 1 Input 1 to Broken-line Approximation 1
Input 20, Broken-line Approximation 1 Output 1 to Broken-line
Approximation 1 Output 20 (Approximation Setting Level) (P. 8-48)
CH
l.2
calb
Motor Calibration
Position-proportional Control Model
Function
• Use this parameter to execute motor calibration. If you are going to
monitor the valve opening, be sure to execute this parameter.
(During execution the display cannot be changed.)
Parameters
• Executing this parameter also resets the Travel Time parameter.
• When this parameter is accessed, the set value is off.
• Select on to execute motor calibration.
Operation
Reference
8-72
• When motor calibration ends, the setting automatically reverts to
off.
● Related Parameters
Travel Time (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 8-73)
8.13 Control Initial Setting 2 Level (l.2)
CH
l.2
mot
Travel Time
Position-proportional Control Model
• Set the time from when the valve is completely open to when the
valve is completely closed.
Function
• This parameter is automatically set when the Motor Calibration
parameter is executed.
Setting range
1 to 999
Unit
s
Default value
30
Setting
● Related Parameters
Motor Calibration (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 8-72)
Parameters
Reference
8-73
Section 8 Parameters
8.14 Alarm Setting Level (l.3)
This level contains parameters for the type and output operation of alarms, including alarm types, close in
alarm/open in alarm settings, and latch settings.
● Level Changes at Startup Up To Alarm Setting Level
Power on
Program
Setting
Level
Operation
Level
L key less
than 1 s
Adjustment 2
Level
l.ad2
Adjustment
Level l.adj
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
Alarm Set
Setting
Level l.alm
L key less
than 1 s
PID Setting
Level l.pid
L key less
than 1 s
Approximation
Setting
Level l.tec
Time Signal
Setting
Level
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
L key less than 1 s
L key
L key
1s
3s
or more or more
25.0
0.0
01.01
Control stops.
Alarm Setting Level
Input Initial
Setting
Level l.0
Control Initial
Setting
Level l.1
L key
less than 1 s
Control Initial
Setting
2 Level l.2
L key
less than 1 s
Alarm Setting
Level l.3
L key
less than 1 s
Display
Adjustment
Level l.4
L key
less than 1 s
Communications
Setting
Level
l.5
L key
less than 1 s
L key less than 1 s
Control in progress
Control stopped
● Parameter Changes within Alarm Setting Level
Alarm Setting Level
CH
CH
alt1
ALT1: Alarm 1 Type
2 0 to 11
M
a1lt
off
CH
Parameters
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
M
ALH1:
Alarm 1 Hysteresis
0.02 0.01 to 99.99
M
alt2
ALT2: Alarm 2 Type
2 0 to 11
M
a2lt
A2LT: Alarm 2 Latch
off OFF/ON
M
M
SB1N: Auxiliary Output 1
Open in Alarm
Nn-o Close in alarm: N-O or
M Open in alarm: N-C
SB2N: Auxiliary Output 2
Open in Alarm
Nn-o Close in alarm: N-O or
M Open in alarm: N-C
SB3N: Auxiliary Output 3
Open in Alarm
Nn-o Close in alarm: N-O or
M Open in alarm: N-C
SB4N: Auxiliary Output 4
Open in Alarm
Nn-o Close in alarm: N-O or
M Open in alarm: N-C
SB5N: Auxiliary Output 5
Open in Alarm
Nn-o Close in alarm: N-O or
M Open in alarm: N-C
SB6N: Auxiliary Output 6
Open in Alarm
Nn-o Close in alarm: N-O or
M Open in alarm: N-C
SB7N: Auxiliary Output 7
Open in Alarm
Nn-o Close in alarm: N-O or
M Open in alarm: N-C
sb1n
sb2n
sb3n
ALT3: Alarm 3 Type
2 0 to 11
sb5n
alt3
M
a3lt
A3LT: Alarm 3 Latch
off OFF/ON
sb6n
ALH3:
0.02 Alarm 3 Hysteresis
0.01 to 99.99
sb7n
M
alh3
M
<
alt4
M
ALT4: Alarm 4 Type
2 0 to 11
a4lt
A4LT: Alarm 4 Latch
off OFF/ON
M
alh4
<
REST:
Standby Sequence Reset
a Condition A or Condition B
rest
sb4n
M
<
CH
ALH2:
Alarm 2 Hysteresis
0.01 to 99.99
alh2
0.02
8-74
A1LT: Alarm 1 Latch
OFF/ON
alh1
0.02
CH
l.3
M
ALH4:
Alarm 4 Hysteresis
0.01 to 99.99
SB8N: Auxiliary Output 8
Open in Alarm
Nn-o Close in alarm: N-O or
M Open in alarm: N-C
SB9N: Auxiliary Output 9
Open in Alarm
Nn-o Close in alarm: N-O or
M Open in alarm: N-C
SB10N: Auxiliary Output 10
Open in Alarm
Nn-o Close in alarm: N-O or
Open in alarm: N-C
sb8n
sb9n
sb10n
<
M
8.14 Alarm Setting Level (l.3)
Alarm ∗ Type
l.3
alt*
(∗: 1 to 4)
Alarm set for Auxiliary Output
Assignment parameter
• These parameters are used to select the alarm types for alarms 1
through 4.
Function
Setting range
Reference
Default value
−
2: Upper limit
alarm
0:
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
● Related Parameters
Alarm Set ∗ Alarm Value ∗ (Alarm Set Setting Level) (P. 8-37)
Alarm Set ∗ Alarm Upper limit ∗ (Alarm Set Setting Level) (P. 8-38)
Auxiliary Output ∗ Assignment (Control Initial Setting 2 Level)
(P. 8-67)
Alarm ∗ Latch (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-76)
Alarm ∗ Hysteresis (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-77)
Standby Sequence Reset (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-78)
Alarm SP Selection (Expansion Control Setting Level) (P. 8-97)
8-75
Parameters
Setting
No alarm function
Upper- and lower-limit alarm
Upper limit alarm
Lower limit alarm
Upper- and lower-limit range alarm
Upper- and lower-limit alarm with standby
sequence
6: Upper limit alarm with standby sequence
7: Lower limit alarm with standby sequence
8: Absolute-value upper-limit alarm
9: Absolute-value lower-limit alarm
10: Absolute-value upper-limit alarm with standby
sequence
11: Absolute-value lower-limit alarm with standby
sequence
Unit
Section 8 Parameters
CH
Alarm ∗ Latch
l.3
a1l*
(∗: 1 to 4)
Alarm set for Auxiliary Output Assignment
parameter and Alarm Type parameter not
set to “No alarm.”
Function
• When these parameters are set to “ON,” a latch function is added to
the alarm function. Once an alarm goes ON, the alarm output is held
ON until the power is turned OFF. The latch is canceled if you move
to setting area 1.
• When the alarm output is set to “Close in alarm,” the closed output is
held, and when it is set to “Open in alarm,” the open output is held.
• After changing an Alarm 1 to 4 Latch parameter setting, a software
reset must be executed or the power must be turned OFF and ON to
make the new setting take effect.
Setting range
off: Disable
on: Enable
Unit
−
Default value
off: Disable
Setting
Parameters
Reference
8-76
● Related Parameters
Alarm Set ∗ Alarm Value ∗ (Alarm Set Setting Level) (P. 8-37)
Alarm Set ∗ Alarm Upper limit ∗ (Alarm Set Setting Level) (P. 8-38)
Auxiliary Output ∗ Assignment (Control Initial Setting 2 Level)
(P. 8-67)
Alarm ∗ Type (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-76)
Alarm ∗ Hysteresis (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-77)
Standby Sequence Reset (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-78)
Alarm SP Selection (Expansion Control Setting Level) (P. 8-97)
8.14 Alarm Setting Level (l.3)
Alarm ∗ Hysteresis
l.3
alh*
(∗: 1 to 4)
Alarm set for Auxiliary Output Assignment
parameter and Alarm Type parameter not
set to “No alarm.”
• These parameters are used to enable hysteresis for alarms 1, 2, 3,
and 4.
Function
Setting range
0.01 to 99.99
Unit
%FS
Default value
0.02
Setting
● Related Parameters
Alarm Set ∗ Alarm Value ∗ (Alarm Set Setting Level) (P. 8-37)
Alarm Set ∗ Alarm Upper limit ∗ (Alarm Set Setting Level) (P. 8-38)
Auxiliary Output ∗ Assignment (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 867)
Alarm ∗ Type (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-76)
Alarm ∗ Latch (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-76)
Standby Sequence Reset (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-78)
Alarm SP Selection (Expansion Control Setting Level) (P. 8-97)
Parameters
Reference
8-77
Section 8 Parameters
CH
l.3
rest
Standby Sequence Reset
Alarm Types 1 to 4
= With standby sequence
• Use this parameter to select the condition for restarting the standby
sequence after it has been canceled.
Function
• Conditions A:
• At the start of operation (including after turning ON power),
• When the alarm value (alarm upper or lower limit) is changed,
• When the input correction (Input Value 1 for Input Correction,
Input Correction 1, Input Value 2 for Input Correction, or Input
Correction 2 parameter) is changed,
• When the SP of the current segment is changed (including
changing the fixed SP in Fixed SP Mode),
• When program is started (including when the program is started
for program repeats or links), or
• When the segment is changed (including when an advance is
executed).
• Condition B: Power ON
• The following example shows operation using a lower-limit alarm
with standby sequence.
SP changed
Condition A only
Alarm point
(after change)
Alarm hysteresis
Condition A only
Alarm point
O : Standby sequence
off point
Parameters
O : Standby sequence
reset point
Alarm output: Conditions A
Alarm output: Condition B
• After changing the standby sequence reset setting, a software reset
must be executed or the power turned OFF and ON to make the
change take effect.
Setting range
a: Condition A
b: Condition B
Unit
−
Default value
a: Condition A
Setting
Reference
8-78
● Related Parameters
Alarm ∗ Type (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-75)
Alarm ∗ Latch (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-76)
8.14 Alarm Setting Level (l.3)
Auxiliary Output ∗ Open in Alarm
l.3
sb*n
(∗: 1 to 10)
• These parameters are used to select the output state of auxiliary
outputs 1 to 10.
Function
• When “Close in alarm” is selected, the state of the alarm output
function is output without change. When “Open in alarm” is selected,
the state of the output function is inverted before output. The relation
between the alarm output function, alarm output, and operation
indicator is shown below.
Set value
Close in Alarm
Open in Alarm
Auxiliary
output function
Auxiliary
output
Operation
indicator
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Setting range
n-o: Close in alarm
n-c: Open in alarm
Unit
−
Default value
n-o: Close in alarm
Reference
● Related Parameters
Alarm Set ∗ Alarm Value ∗ (Alarm Set Setting Level) (P. 8-37)
Alarm Set ∗ Alarm Upper limit ∗ (Alarm Set Setting Level) (P. 8-38)
Auxiliary Output ∗ Assignment (Control Initial Setting 2 Level)
(P. 8-67)
Alarm ∗ Type (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-75)
Alarm ∗ Hysteresis (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-77)
Standby Sequence Reset (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-78)
Alarm SP Selection (Expansion Control Setting Level) (P. 8-97)
8-79
Parameters
Setting
Section 8 Parameters
8.15 Display Adjustment Level (l.4)
This level contains parameters for adjustment of the display contents, including selection of the bar graph
display items, display refresh period, Monitor Item Level settings, and display scan parameters.
● Level Changes at Startup Up To Display Adjustment Level
Power ON
Program
Setting
Level
Operation
Level
L key less
than 1 s
Adjustment
Level l.adj
L key less
than 1 s
Alarm Set
Setting
Level l.alm
Adjustment 2
Level
l.ad2
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
PID Setting
Level l.pid
L key less
than 1 s
Time Signal
Setting
Level
L key less
than 1 s
Approximation
Setting
Level l.tec
L key less
than 1 s
L key less than 1 s
L key
1s
or more
L key
3s
or more
Input Initial
Setting
Level l.0
25.0
0.0
01.01
Control Initial
Setting
Level l.1
L key
less than 1 s
Control stops.
Control Initial
Setting
2 Level l.2
Alarm Setting
Level l.3
L key
less than 1 s
L key
less than 1 s
Display
Adjustment
Level l.4
L key
less than 1 s
Communications
Setting
Level
l.5
L key
less than 1 s
L key less than 1 s
Control in progress
Control stopped
● Parameter Changes within Display Adjustment Level
Display Adjustment Level
CH
l.4
ODSL: MV Display Selection
MV (heating): O or
o MV (cooling): C-O
odsl
M
bart
M
BART: Bar Graph Display Item (See note 1.)
o
RET: Display Auto-return Time
0 - 99
0 (0: Display auto-return disabled)
Parameters
ret
M
D.REF:
Display Refresh Period
0.5 OFF, 0.5, 1, 2, or 4
d.ref
<
M
M
MONL:
Monitor Item Level Setting
off (See note 2.)
monl
M
sc-m
off
SC-M: Start Display Scan at Power ON
OFF or ON
M
SC-T:
Display Scan Period
2 0 - 99
sc-t
Note 1: OFF
Elapsed program time percentage: PRG.T,
Elapsed segment time percentage: SEG.T,
Deviation: 1 EU,
Deviation: 10 EU,
Deviation: 20 EU,
Deviation: 100 EU
MV (Heating) or Valve opening: O
MV (Cooling): C-O
8-80
2: Disabled: OFF
Input Initial Setting Level: L.0
Control Initial Setting Level: L.1
Control Initial Setting 2 Level: L.2
Alarm Setting Level: L.3
Display Adjustment Level: L.4
Communication Setting Level: L.5
Advanced Function Setting Level: L.ADF
Expansion Control Setting Level: L.EXC
8.15 Display Adjustment Level (l.4)
CH
l.4
odsl
MV Display Selection
Heating/cooling control
Function
• This parameter is used to select which MV is displayed when a PF
Key is set to “Present value (PV),” “Present set point,” or “MV” during
heating/cooling control.
• “Heating MV” or “Cooling MV” can be selected.
Setting range
Setting
Bar Graph Display Item
o:
c-o:
Heating MV
Cooling MV
Unit
−
Default value
o: Heating MV
l.4
bart
E5AR-T
• Use this parameter to select the contents of the bar graph display of
the E5AR-T.
• The bar graph of the E5AR-T is 10 segments.
Setting range
Setting
off:
1eu:
10eu:
20eu:
100eu:
o:
c-o:
No bar graph display
Deviation 1 EU/segment
Deviation 10 EU/segment
Deviation 20 EU/segment
Deviation 100 EU/segment
Standard Control Model: Heating MV
Position-proportional Control Model:
Valve opening
Standard Control Model: Cooling MV
Unit
−
Default value
o:Standard Control Models:
Heating MV,
Position-proportional Control Model:
Valve opening
8-81
Parameters
Function
Section 8 Parameters
Display Auto-return Time
Function
l.4
ret
• This parameter is used to select the amount of time without key
operation that must elapse for the display to revert to the Present
Value (PV)/Preset Set Point display when in Operation Level,
Program Setting Level, Adjustment Level, Adjustment 2 Level, Alarm
Set Setting Level, PID Setting Level, Time Signal Setting Level,
Approximation Setting Level, or Monitor Item Level.
• When 0 is selected, the function is disabled (no auto reset).
Setting range
0 to 99
Unit
s
Default value
0
Setting
Display Refresh Period
Function
l.4
d.ref
• This parameter is used to lengthen the refresh period of the monitor
value display. This only slows the display refresh cycle; it does not
affect the update period of the PV during control.
• To disable the function, select OFF.
Setting range
off, 0.5, 1, 2, 4
Unit
s
Default value
0.5
Setting
Parameters
Monitor Item Level Setting
Function
l.4
monl
• One of the following levels can be selected as the Monitor Item Level
setting: Input Initial Setting Level, Control Initial Setting Level,
Control Initial Setting 2 Level, Alarm Setting Level, Display
Adjustment Level, Communications Setting Level, Advanced
Function Setting Level, and Expansion Control Setting Level.
• The Monitor Item Level is added after the Approximation Setting
Level.
• When OFF is selected, the function is disabled (i.e., the Monitor Item
Level is disabled).
Setting range
Setting
8-82
off:
l.0:
l.1:
l.2:
l.3:
l.4:
l.5:
l.adf:
l.exc:
Monitor Item Level disabled.
Input Initial Setting Level
Control Initial Setting Level
Control Initial Setting 2 Level
Alarm Setting Level
Display Adjustment Level
Communications Setting Level
Advanced Function Setting Level
Expansion Control Setting Level
Unit
−
Default value
off
8.15 Display Adjustment Level (l.4)
Start Display Scan after Power ON
Display Scan Period
Function
l.4
sc-m
sc-t
Controller with more than one input
• The display scan automatically switches through channels on the
display when multiple channels are used on a Controller with more
than one input.
• The display scan shows only channels that are enabled using the
Number of Enabled Channels parameter.
• The display scan can be started automatically after the power is
turned ON or by pressing the CH Key.
• To have display scan start automatically after the power is turned
ON, set the Start Display Scan after Power ON parameter to ON.
• The display scan period is set in the Display Scan Period parameter.
If the period is set to 0, the display scan is disabled.
Parameter
Unit
Default value
Start Display Scan
after Power ON
off: Disable
on: Enable
−
off: Disable
Display Scan Period
0 to 99
(0: Display scan disabled.)
s
2
Parameters
Setting
Setting period
8-83
Section 8 Parameters
8.16 Communications Setting Level (l.5)
This level contains Initial setting parameters for communications, such as parameters for the protocol
selection, communications unit number, and communications speed.
● Level Changes at Startup Up To Communications Setting Level
Power ON
Operation
Level
Program
Setting
Level
L key less
than 1 s
Adjustment
Level l.adj
L key less
than 1 s
Approximation
Alarm Set
Time Signal
PID Setting
Setting
Setting
Setting
Level l.pid
Level l.tec
Level l.alm
Level
L key less
L key less
L key less
L key less
than 1 s
than 1 s
than 1 s
than 1 s
Adjustment 2
Level
l.ad2
L key less
than 1 s
L key less than 1 s
L key
L key
1s
3s
or more or more
Input Initial
Setting
Level l.0
25.0
0.0
01.01
Control Initial
Setting
Level l.1
L key
less than 1 s
Control stops.
L key
less than 1 s
Control Initial
Setting
2 Level l.2
Alarm Setting
Level
L key
less than 1 s
l.3
L key
less than 1 s
Display
Adjustment
Level l.4
Communications
Setting
Level
l.5
L key
less than 1 s
L key less than 1 s
Control in progress
Control stopped
● Parameter Changes within Communications Setting Level
Communications Setting Level
l.5
PSEL:
Communications Protocol Selection
cwf CWF or MOD
psel
M
u-no U-NO:
Communications Unit
1 No. 0 to 99
M
Parameters
bps BPS:
Communications Speed
9.6 9.6, 19.2, or 38.4
M
M
<
len LEN:
Communications Data Length
7 7 or 8
M
sbit SBIT:
Communications Stop Bit
2 1 or 2
M
prty PRTY:
Communications Parity
eVen NONE, EVEN, or ODD
M
sdwt SDWT:
Transmission Wait Time
20 0 to 99
8-84
8.16 Communications Setting Level (l.5)
Communications Protocol Selection
Function
l.5
psel
• This parameter is used to select the communications protocol.
Selections are CompoWay/F, OMRON's unified protocol for generalpurpose serial communications, or Modbus, Modicon Inc.'s protocol
based on RTU Mode of Modbus Protocol (Specifications: PI-MBUS300 Rev.J).
Setting range
cwf: CompoWay/F
mod: Modbus
Unit
−
Default value
cwf: CompoWay/F
Setting
Function
l.5
u-no
Communications Unit No.
• After changing the communications unit number setting, execute a
software reset or turn the power OFF and ON to make the change
effective.
Setting range
0 to 99
Unit
−
Default value
1
Function
• After changing the communications speed setting, execute a
software reset or turn the power OFF and ON to make the change
effective.
Setting range
Setting
l.5
bps
Communications Speed
9.6
19.2
38.4
Unit
kbps
Default value
9.6
8-85
Parameters
Setting
Section 8 Parameters
Communications Data Length
l.5
len
Protocol is CompoWay/F
Function
• After changing the communications data length setting, execute a
software reset or turn the power OFF and ON to make the change
effective.
Setting range
7 to 8
Unit
Bits
Default value
7
Setting
Communications Stop Bits
l.5
sbit
Protocol is CompoWay/F
Function
• After changing the communications stop bit setting, execute a
software reset or turn the power OFF and ON to make the change
effective.
Setting range
1 to 2
Unit
Bits
Default value
2
Parameters
Setting
Communications Parity
Function
l.5
prty
• After changing the communications parity setting, execute a
software reset or turn the power OFF and ON to make the change
effective.
Setting range
Setting
8-86
none: None
even: Even
odd: Odd
Unit
−
Default value
even: Even
8.16 Communications Setting Level (l.5)
Transmission Wait Time
l.5
sdwt
• After changing the transmission wait time setting, execute a software
reset or turn the power OFF and ON to make the change effective.
Function
Setting range
0 to 99
Unit
ms
Default value
20
Parameters
Setting
8-87
Section 8 Parameters
8.17 Advanced Function Setting Level (l.adf)
This level includes parameters for parameter initialization, PF Key assignments, and the number of
enabled channels.
● Level Changes at Startup Up To Advanced Function Setting Level
Power ON
Operation
Level
Program Setting
Level
L key less
than 1 s
Adjustment
Level
L key less
than 1 s
Approximation
Setting
Level l.tec
L key less
than 1 s
Alarm Set
Time Signal
PID Setting
Setting
Setting
Level
Level
Level
l.alm
l.pid
l.ad2
L key less
L key less
L key less
than 1 s
than 1 s
than 1 s
Adjustment 2
Level
l.adj
L key less
than 1 s
L key less than 1 s
L key
L key
1s
3s
or more or more
Input Initial
Setting
Level l.0
25.0
0.0
01.01
Control Initial
Setting
Level l.1
L key
less than 1 s
Control stops.
Control Initial
Setting
2 Level l.2
L key
less than 1 s
Alarm Setting
Level l.3
L key
less than 1 s
Display
Adjustment
Level l.4
Communications
Setting
Level
l.5
L key
less than 1 s
L key
less than 1 s
L key less than 1 s
L key
1s
Password input set value: -169 (−169)
or more
Expansion
Advanced
Control Setting
Function Setting
Level l.ewc
Level
l.adf
L key
less than 1 s
Control in progress
Control stopped
● Parameter Changes within Advanced Function Setting Level
Parameters
To move to the Advanced Function Setting Level, set the Initial Setting
Protection parameter in Protect Level to 0, and then enter the
password (−169) in the Move to Advanced Function Setting Level
parameter (Input Initial Setting Level).
Advanced Function Setting Level
INIT:
Parameter Initialization
off OFF/ON
init
M
PF1: PF1 Setting
r-r (See note 1.)
M
PF2: PF2 Setting
(See note 2.)
pf1.1
CH
pf1.2
PF1.1: PF1 Monitor/
Setting Item 1
pVsp (See note 2.)
M
off
CH
PF1.2: PF1 Monitor/
Setting Item 2
(See note 2.)
PF1.5: PF1 Monitor/
Setting Item 5
off
(See note 2.)
pf1.5
M
Note 1: OFF, RUN, RST, R-R, ARUN,
ARST, HOLD, AHON, AHOF,
ADV, AADV, BAK, ABAK, AT,
A-M, PRG, PFDP, or CH
8-88
PF2.1: PF2 Monitor/
Setting Item 1
pVsp (See note 2.)
pf2.1
M
pf2. 2
off
CH
PF2.2: PF2 Monitor/
Setting Item 2
(See note 2.)
pf2.5
PF2.5: PF2 Monitor/
off Setting Item 5
(See note 2.)
M
M
CH
CH
CH
pf1
pf2
l.adf
ch-n
M
CH-N: Number of Enabled
Channels
1 to 4
ramm
RAMM: RAM Write Mode
bkup Backup Mode:BKUP,
RAM Write Mode: RAM
M
CMOV: Move to
Calibration Level
0 −1999 - 9999
cmoV
2: OFF, PVSP, PVDV, SEGR, P, I, D,
AL-1, AL1H, AL1L, AL-2, AL2H,
AL2L, AL-3, AL3H, AL3L, AL-4,
AL4H, or AL4L
8.17 Advanced Function Setting Level (l.adf)
Parameter Initialization
l.adf
init
• Use this parameter to return all settings to their default values.
Function
ON (on):
Operation
Initialize all settings.
OFF (off): The Parameter Initialization parameter will return to “OFF”
after the parameters have been initialized.
l.adf
pf1
pf2
PF1 Setting
PF2 Setting
• These parameters are used to assign functions to the PF1 and PF2
Keys to enable them to be used as function keys.
Function
Description
Function
OFF: off
Disabled
Does not function as a function key.
RUN: run
Run
Executes the currently displayed channel.
RST: rst
Reset
Resets the currently displayed channel.
R-R: r-r
Run/Reset
toggle
Switches between execution and resetting
for the currently displayed channel.
ARUN: arun Run all
Executes all channels.
ARST: arst
Resets all channels.
Reset all
HOLD: hold Hold/Hold
cancel toggle
Switches between holding and clearing the
hold for the currently displayed channel.
AHON: ahon All hold
Holds all channels.
AHOF: ahof All hold cancel
Cancels holding all channels.
ADV: avd
Advance
Advances the currently displayed channel.
AADV: aavd
All advance
Advanced all channels.
BAK: bak
Back
Backs the currently displayed channel.
ABAK: abak
All back
Backs all channels.
AT: at
AT Execute/
Cancel toggle
Switches between executing and canceling
AT.
AT is executed for the currently selected
PID set.
A-M: a-m
Auto/Manual
toggle
Switches between auto and manual.
PRG: prg
Program
Selection
Specifies the program number (increments
program number by 1).
PFDP: pfdp
Monitor/Setting
Item
Displays the monitor/setting items.
Set the Monitor/Setting Item 1 to Monitor/
Setting Item 5 parameter (Advanced Function Setting Level).
CH: ch
CH
Key
Functions as the CH Key.
8-89
Parameters
Set value
Section 8 Parameters
• Hold down the PF1 or PF2 Key for at least 1 second to execute the
function selected in the PF1 Setting or PF2 Setting parameter.
If “Program Selection,” “Monitor/Setting Item,” or “ CH Key” is
selected, the display will scroll through monitor/setting items 1 to 5
each time you press the key.
Parameter
Setting
PF1 setting
Parameters
PF2 setting
8-90
Setting range
Disabled
Run
Reset
Run/Reset toggle
Run All
Reset All
Hold/Cancel Hold
toggle
ahon: All Hold
ahof: All Hold Clear
adv: Advance
aadv: Advance All
bak: Back
abak: Back All
at:
AT Execute/Cancel
toggle
a-m: Auto/Manual toggle
prg: Program Selection
pfdp: Monitor/Setting Item
CH Key
ch:
off:
run:
rst:
r-r:
arun:
arst:
hold:
Unit
−
−
Default value
r-r: Reset/Run toggle
Controllers with One
Input
prg: Program selection
Controllers with More
Than One Input
ch: CH Key
8.17 Advanced Function Setting Level (l.adf)
CH
PF1 Monitor/setting Item 1 to
PF1 Monitor/setting Item 5
l.adf
pf1.1 to pf1.5
pf2.1 to pf2.5
PF2 Monitor/setting Item 1 to
PF Key set to monitor/setting item
PF2 Monitor/setting Item 5
Function
• When one or both PF Keys are set to “Monitor/setting item,” the
Monitor/Setting Item 1 to Monitor/Setting Item 5 parameters for each
key must be set according to the following table.
• Each time a PF Key is pressed, the display scrolls to the next
monitor/setting item in order from the item set for the Monitor/Setting
Item 1 parameter to the item set for the Monitor Setting Item 5
parameter.
Reference
Setting range
PF1 Monitor/
Setting Item 1
PF1 Monitor/
Setting Item 2
PF1 Monitor/
Setting Item 3
PF1 Monitor/
Setting Item 4
PF1 Monitor/
Setting Item 5
PF2 Monitor/
Setting Item 1
PF2 Monitor/
Setting Item 2
PF2 Monitor/
Setting Item 3
PF2 Monitor/
Setting Item 4
PF2 Monitor/
Setting Item 5
off: Disabled
pvsp: PV/Present Set Point/MV
(settable) (Fixed SP)
pvdv: PV/DV (monitor only)
segr: Remaining Segment Time
Monitor (monitor only)
p:
Proportional Band (P)
(settable)
i:
Integral Time (I) (settable)
d:
Derivative Time (D) (settable)
al-1: Alarm 1 (settable)
al1h: Alarm Upper Limit 1 (settable)
al1l: Alarm Lower Limit 1 (settable)
al-2: Alarm 2 (settable)
al2h: Alarm Upper Limit 2 (settable)
al2l: Alarm Lower Limit 2 (settable)
al-3: Alarm 3 (settable)
al3h: Alarm Upper Limit 3 (settable)
al3l: Alarm Lower Limit 3 (settable)
al-4: Alarm 4 (settable)
al4h: Alarm Upper Limit 4 (settable)
al4l: Alarm Lower Limit 4 (settable)
Unit
−
Default
value
pvsp:
PV/
Present
Set Point/
MV (settable)
(Fixed
SP)
Parameters
Setting
Setting
● Related Parameters
PF1 Setting and PF2 Setting (Advanced Function Setting Level)
(P. 8-89)
8-91
Section 8 Parameters
Number of Enabled Channels
l.adf
ch-n
Controller with more than one input
• This parameter is used to set the number of enabled channels when
using multiple channels on a Controller with more than one input.
Function
Setting range
Unit
−
1 to 4
Setting
Reference
Default value
*
* The default value and setting range depend on the control mode
setting of the Controller with more than one input.
2-input model: Proportional control, standard control with remote SP,
heating/cooling control with remote SP: 1
Other modes: 2
4-input model: 4
● Related Parameters
Start Display Scan after Power ON and Display Scan Period
(Display Adjustment Level) (P. 8-83)
l.adf
ramm
RAM Write Mode
• Use this parameter to select the write mode.
Parameters
Function
Write mode
Explanation
Backup Mode
When writing set values to setting area 0 by
communications, the data is also written to internal
EEPROM.
RAM Write Mode
When writing set values to setting area 0 by
communications, the data is not written to internal
EEPROM. However, changes to set values made by
key operation are written to EEPROM.
• When the write mode is changed from RAM Write Mode to Backup
Mode, the set values in setting area 0 are written to internal
EEPROM.
Setting range
bkup: Backup Mode
ram: RAM Write Mode
Unit
−
Setting
Reference
8-92
● Related Information
5.10 Using Communications (P. 5-49)
Default value
bkup: Backup Mode
8.17 Advanced Function Setting Level (l.adf)
Move to Calibration Level
l.adf
cmov
This parameter is used to move to Calibration Level.
• Use this parameter to enter the password to access Calibration
Level.
Function
Setting range
−1999 to 9999
Unit
−
Default value
0
Setting
● Related Information
Section 9 User Calibration (P. 9-1)
Parameters
Reference
8-93
Section 8 Parameters
8.18 Expansion Control Setting Level (l.exc)
This level includes parameters for advanced control settings, such as operation after turning ON power,
PID set automatic selection settings, and position-proportional settings.
● Level Changes at Startup Up To Expansion Control Setting Level
Power on
Program
Setting
Level
Operation
Level
Adjustment
Level l.adj
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
Alarm Set
Setting
Level l.alm
Adjustment 2
Level
l.ad2
L key less
than 1 s
L key less
than 1 s
PID Setting
Level l.pid
L key less
than 1 s
Time Signal
Setting
Level
L key less
than 1 s
Approximation
Setting
Level l.tec
L key less
than 1 s
L keyLess than 1 s
L key
1 s or
more
25.0
L key
3s
or more
Input Initial
Setting
Level l.0
0.0
01.01
Control stops.
Control Initial
Setting
Level l.1
L key
less than 1 s
Control Initial
Setting
2 Level l.2
L key
less than 1 s
Alarm Setting
Level l.3
L key
less than 1 s
Display
Adjustment
Level l.4
L key
less than 1 s
Communications
Setting
Level
l.5
L key
less than 1 s
L key less than 1 s
L key
Password input
1s
set value (in general): -169 (−169)
or more
Expansion
Special
Control Setting
Function Setting
Level l.ewc
Level l.adf
L key less
than 1 s
Control in progress
Control stopped
● Parameter Changes within Expansion Control Setting Level
Expansion Control Setting Level
CH
p-on
P-ON: Operation at Power ON
cont CONT, RST, MANU, RUN,
CH
M
eset
Parameters
rst
CH
or RMPB
ESET: End Condition
RST, CONT, or FSP
M
wt-m
WT-M: Wait Mode
send SEND or ALL
CH
M
alsp
psp
M
pend
0.0
M
CH
CH
PEND: Program End ON Time
ON or 0.0 - 10.0
M
pidi
M
pidh
M
p-db
PIDH:
PID Set Automatic Selection
Hysteresis 0.10 - 99.99
P-DB: PV Dead Band
0.0 0 - 99999
CH
PVTR: PV Tracking
MANT: Manual Output
CH
mant Method
hold HOLD or INIT
M
mani
0.0
CH
M
orlm
0
CH
M
at-g
1.0
CH
MANI: Manual MV Initial Value
Standard control: −5.0 - 105.0
Heating/Cooling: −105.0 - 105.0
ORLM: MV Change Rate
Limit Mode
Mode 0:0 or Mode 1:1
AT-G:AT Calculated Gain
0.1 - 10.0
M
at-h
0.2
M
AT-H: AT Hysteresis
0.1 - 9.9
M
tate
10.0
CH
M
rbmp
LCMA:
Limit Cycle MV Amplitude
5.0 - 50.0
TATE: Tentative AT Execute
Judgment Deviation
0.0 - 100.0
RBMP: Bumpless at Run
off Disable: OFF or Enable: ON
M
p tr
lcma
20.0
CH
M
pmec
off
M
CH
PIDI:
PID Set Automatic Selection
Data PV or DV
CH
off OFF/ON
SPTR: SP Tracking
off OFF or ON
M
8-94
CH
ALSP: Alarm SP Selection
PSP or TSP
M
0.50
CH
CJC.1: Input 1
Cold Junction
Compensation
on
OFF or ON
CJC.4: Input 4
cjc.4 Cold Junction
on
Compensation
OFF or ON
CH
alfa ALFA: α
0.65 0.00 - 1.00
cjc.1
sptr
p
CH
l.exc
CH
M
dost
off
PMEC: Operation at Potentiometer
Input Error
Stop: OFF or Continue: ON
DOST: Disturbance Overshoot
Adjustment Function
OFF or ON
8.18 Expansion Control Setting Level (l.exc)
CH
Operation at Power ON
l.exc
p-on
• Select “Continue,” “Reset,” “Manual Mode,” “Run Status,” or “Ramp
Back” for operation after the power is turned ON.
Function
• Operation after a software reset or when moving from the Initial
Setting Level to the Operation Level is also determined by this
parameter.
Setting range
Setting
Reference
Unit
cont: Continue
rst: Reset
manu: Manual Mode
run: Run Status
rmpb: Ramp Back
−
Default value
cont: Continue
● Related Information
4.12 Starting and Stopping Operation (P. 4-41)
CH
l.exc
eset
End Condition
Function
• Reset:
Operation ends
• Continue:
Operation is continued using the SP of the last
segment.
The number of the last segment is held as the
segment number, and the elapsed program time,
elapsed segment time, and remaining segment
time values are held. The time singles will hold
status when operation ends.
• Fixed SP Mode: Operation continues in Fixed SP Mode when the
program has been completed.
The segment number, elapsed program time,
elapsed segment time, and remaining segment
time are held at the values for the beginning of the
segment.
The Time Signal parameter is set to OFF.
Setting range
Setting
Reference
rst: Reset Status
cont: Continue
fsp: Fixed SP Mode
Unit
−
Default value
rst: Reset Status
● Related Information
End Condition in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-38)
8-95
Parameters
This parameter is used to specify the operation status after the
program has been completed.
Section 8 Parameters
CH
l.exc
wt-m
Wait Mode
This parameter is used to specify the Wait operating mode.
Function
• Wait at Segment End
When this set value is selected, the program will not move to the
next segment when one segment is completed unless the difference
(deviation) between the PV and SP are within the wait band. The
program will move to the next segment as soon as the deviation is
within the wait band.
• Always Wait
The difference (deviation) between the PV and SP are constantly
compared during program operation. If the deviation is not within the
wait band the SP is held at the point that the deviation went outside
the wait band and the program does not move on. The program
moves on as soon as the deviation enters the wait band.
Setting range
send: Wait at Segment End
all: Always Wait
Unit
−
Default value
send: Wait at Segment End
Setting
Reference
● Related Information
Wait in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-32)
Parameters
● Related Parameters
Wait Band Upper Limit and Wait Band Lower Limit (Program Setting
Level) (P. 8-20)
8-96
8.18 Expansion Control Setting Level (l.exc)
CH
l.exc
alsp
Alarm SP Selection
Alarm Type 1 to 4 parameters set to
“Deviation Alarm”
• This parameter is used to select whether the alarm value deviation
will be based on the present SP or the target SP.
Function
Setting range
psp: Present SP
tsp: Target SP
Unit
−
Default value
psp: Present SP
Setting
Reference
● Related Information
Alarm SP Selection in 5.6 Alarm Adjustment Functions (P. 5-26)
● Related Parameters
Alarm Set * Alarm Value * (Alarm Set Setting Level) (P. 8-37)
Alarm Set * Alarm Upper Limit * (Alarm Set Setting Level) (P. 8-38)
Auxiliary Output * Assignment (Control Initial Setting 2 Level)
(P. 8-67)
Alarm * Type (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-75)
Alarm * Latch (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-76)
Alarm * Hysteresis (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-77)
Standby Sequence Reset (Alarm Setting Level) (P. 8-78)
l.exc
pend
• This function is used to set the pulse width for program end output.
Function
• The setting range is ON, 0.0 to 10.0 s. The default is 0.0.
• When this parameter is set to ON, the ON status continues during a
reset until operation starts.
Setting range
Setting
Reference
on: Continue ON output
0.0: No output
0.1 to 10.0
Unit
s
Default value
0.0
● Related Information
Program Status Outputs in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 536)
● Related Parameters
Auxiliary Output * Assignment (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 867)
8-97
Parameters
Program End ON Time
Section 8 Parameters
CH
l.exc
sptr
SP Tracking
• This parameter is used to specify operation when switching from
Program SP Mode or Remote SP Mode to Fixed SP Mode.
Function
• When remote SP tracking is enabled (ON), the value of the program
SP or remote SP is inherited as the fixed SP.
• When remote SP tracking is disabled (OFF), the fixed SP is not
affected by the program SP or by the remote SP.
Setting range
off: Disable
on:
Enable
Unit
−
Default value
off
Setting
Reference
● Related Information
SP Modes in 5.7 Program Operation Functions (P. 5-31)
● Related Parameters
Control Mode (Control Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-58)
SP Mode (Adjustment Level) (P. 8-24)
CH
PID Set Automatic Selection Data
PID Set Automatic Selection Hysteresis
l.exc
pidi
pidh
• This parameter is used for automatic selection of the PID set.
CH
Parameters
Function
• The PID set number to be used is automatically selected based on
the value set in PID Set Automatic Selection Data parameter. The
switching range is specified in the PID Set Automatic Select Range
parameter (PID Setting Level).
• The PID Set Automatic Selection Hysteresis parameter is used to
prevent chattering when the PID is changed.
Parameter
Setting
PID Set Automatic
Selection Data
PID Set Automatic
Selection Hysteresis
Reference
Setting range
pv: Present value
dv: Deviation
sp: Present set point
0.10 to 99.99
Unit
Default value
−
pv: Present
value
%FS
0.50
● Related Information
PID Sets in 5.2 Control Functions (P. 5-10)
● Related Parameters
PID Set Number (Program Setting Level) (P. 8-19)
PID ∗ Automatic Selection Range Upper Limit (PID Setting Level) (P.
8-42)
8-98
8.18 Expansion Control Setting Level (l.exc)
CH
l.exc
p-db
PV Dead Band
Position-proportional Control Model
• This parameter is used on a Position-proportional Control Model so
that PV = SP when the PV is within the PV dead band.
Function
• This function prevents unnecessary output when the PV is near the
SP.
Setting range
0 to 99999
Unit
EU
Default value
0
Setting
Reference
● Related Parameters
Closed/Floating (Control Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-59)
Motor Calibration (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 8-72)
Travel Time (Control Initial Setting 2 Level) (P. 8-73)
Position-proportional Dead Band (Adjustment Level) (P. 8-27)
Open/Close Hysteresis (Adjustment Level) (P. 8-28)
Operation at Potentiometer Input Error (Expansion Control Setting
Level) (P. 8-104)
Input ∗ Cold Junction Compensation
l.exc
cjc.*
(∗: 1 to 4)
Function
• When using a thermocouple input, these parameters are used to
specify whether cold junction compensation is performed inside the
Controller or outside the Controller.
• Select “External” when two thermocouples are used to measure the
temperature difference or when an external cold junction compensator is used for increased accuracy.
Setting range
off:
on:
External
Internal
Unit
−
Default value
on: Internal
Setting
Reference
● Related Parameters
Input ∗ Type (Input Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-50)
8-99
Parameters
Thermocouple input
Section 8 Parameters
CH
α
l.exc
alfa
• This parameter is normally used at the default value.
Function
• This parameter sets the 2-PID constant α.
Setting range
Unit
−
0.00 to 1.00
Default value
0.65
Setting
CH
l.exc
pvtr
PV Tracking
• This parameter is used so have the fixed SP track the PV when in
Manual Mode.
Function
• The setting prevents abrupt changes in the MV when switching from
Manual Mode to Auto Mode.
SP
Parameters
PV
Auto mode
Manual mode
Auto mode
Time
Setting range
off: Disabled
on: Enabled
Unit
−
Default value
off: Disabled
Setting
If an input error occurs during PV tracking, the fixed SP will change to
the upper limit of the sensor setting range.
8-100
8.18 Expansion Control Setting Level (l.exc)
CH
Manual Output Method
Manual MV Initial Value
l.exc
mant
mani
Standard Control Model
These parameters are used to specify how the MV is output when
switching from Auto Mode to Manual Mode.
Function
• When “Hold MV” is selected, the MV at the time of switching is held,
after which it can be changed using the Manual MV parameter
(Operation Level).
• When “Output default value” is selected, the value specified in the
Manual MV Initial Value parameter is used. This can then be
changed using the Manual MV parameter (Operation Level).
Examples of how the MV changes using the two methods are shown
below.
MV
MV
Manual MV
Initial Value
Time
Auto mode
Manual mode
Manual mode
Default value
MV hold:
hold
Default value output: init
Setting range
−
hold
Manual MV Initial
Value
−5.0 to 105.0
(Standard)
−105.0 to 105.0
(Heating/cooling)
%
0.0
Parameters
Unit
Manual Output
Method
Setting
Reference
Auto mode
"Initial value output"
"MV hold"
Parameter
Time
● Related Information
4.13 Manual Operation (P. 4-47)
● Related Parameters
Manual MV (Operation Level) (P. 8-7)
8-101
Section 8 Parameters
CH
MV Change Rate Limit Mode
l.exc
orlm
• Use this parameter to select Mode 0 or Mode 1 for the MV change
rate limit.
Function
• When Mode 1 is selected, the MV change of rate limit functions only
with respect to increases in the MV.
Setting range
0: Mode 0
1: Mode 1
Unit
−
Default value
0
Setting
Reference
● Related Information
PID Sets in 5.2 Control Functions (P. 5-10)
● Related Parameters
MV Change Rate Limit (Heating) and MV Change Rate Limit
(Cooling) (Adjustment Level) (P. 8-30)
CH
AT Calculated Gain
AT Hysteresis
Limit Cycle MV Amplitude
Temporary AT Execution Judgement
Deviation
at-g
at-h
lcma*
tate*
l.exc
*Control mode key: heating/cooling control
and position-proportional control (floating).
During cascade heating/cooling control, only
channel 1 is displayed.
Parameters
• These parameters are normally used at the default values.
Function
• The AT Calculated Gain parameter specifies the gain used when
PID constants are calculated during AT. A smaller gain provides
greater adaptability, while a larger gain provides greater stability.
• The AT Hysteresis parameter is used to set the hysteresis when
switching ON/OFF during the limit cycle while AT is being executed.
• The Limit Cycle MV Amplitude parameter is used to set the MV
amplitude during the limit cycle while AT is being executed. This is
effective when P ≠ 0.00 in standard control, or when closed is
selected in proportional control.
• The Temporary AT Execution Judgement Deviation parameter is
used to determine whether temporary AT is executed when
executing AT. If AT is executed when the deviation is greater than the
set value, temporary AT is executed. This is effective when P ≠ 0.00
in standard control, or when closed is selected in proportional
control.
8-102
8.18 Expansion Control Setting Level (l.exc)
Setting
Setting
Reference
Setting range
Unit
Default value
AT Calculated Gain
0.1 to 10.0
−
1.0
AT Hysteresis
0.1 to 9.9
%FS
0.2
Limit Cycle MV Amplitude
5.0 to 50.0
%
20.0
Temporary AT Execution
Judgement Deviation
0.0 to 100.0
%FS
10.0
● Related Information
4.10 Determining the PID Constants (AT or Manual Settings) (P. 433)
● Related Parameters
AT Execute/Cancel (Adjustment Level) (P. 8-23)
CH
l.exc
rbmp
Bumpless at RUN
Operation at Reset parameter
set to “Stop Control”
Function
• When the Bumpless at RUN parameter is enabled, an integral MV
correction (bumpless) is performed to prevent abrupt changes in the
MV when switching from reset to run.
• Even when the setting is disabled, the bumpless correction is
performed when PID constants change (including changing the PID
set) and when AT ends or is stopped.
off: Disabled
on: Enabled
Unit
−
Default value
off: Disabled
Parameters
Setting range
Setting
Reference
● Related Parameters
Operation at Reset (Control Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-62)
8-103
Section 8 Parameters
CH
Operation at Potentiometer Input Error
l.exc
pmec
Position-proportional Control Model
Closed control
Function
• This parameter is used to select whether control is stopped or
changed to floating control when a potentiometer error occurs during
closed position-proportional control.
Setting range
off: Stop
on: Continue
Unit
−
Default value
off: Stop
Setting
Reference
● Related Parameters
Closed/Floating (Control Initial Setting Level) (P. 8-59)
CH
Disturbance Overshoot Adjustment Function
l.exc
dost
• This parameter is used to enable or disable disturbance overshoot
adjustment.
Function
Setting range
Parameters
off: Disabled
on: Enabled
Unit
−
Default value
off: Disabled
Setting
Reference
8-104
● Related Information
Disturbance Overshoot Adjustment in 5.2 Control Functions (P. 5-13)
Section 9 User Calibration
Parameters for User Calibration ........................................ 9-2
User Calibration ................................................................. 9-4
Thermocouple Input Calibration ........................................ 9-5
Analog Input Calibration .................................................... 9-8
Resistance Thermometer Calibration .............................. 9-10
Output Calibration............................................................ 9-12
Inspecting Indicator Accuracy.......................................... 9-14
User Calibration
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9-1
Section 9 User Calibration
9.1 Parameters for User Calibration
• To perform user calibration, enter 1201 for the Move to Calibration Level parameter in the Advanced
Function Setting Level. The Controller will enter Calibration Mode and adj will be displayed on the
display.
• If the Move to Calibration Level parameter does not appear, set the Initial Setting Protection parameter
to 0 in the Protect Level and then move to Advanced Function Setting Level.
• Calibration is ended by turning OFF the power.
• The parameters for input calibration are shown below.
(The last digit of Display No. 1 shows the input number. The example below shows 1 for input 1. For
input 2, the display would show p390.2.)
adj
(Aging Timer)
Input Type (See note.)
PT100 (1) <0>
K (1)<2>, J (1)<4> K (2)<3>, J (2)<5>
PT100 (2) <1> E (1)<7>, L (1)<8> T (2)<6>, U (2)<9> 4 to 20 mA <15> 1 to 5 V <17>
N (1)<10>, W (1)<14> R (2)<11>, S (2)<12> 0 to 20 mA <16> 0 to 5 V <18>
B (2)<13>
0 to 10 V <19>
p390.1
p160.1
1t53.1
2t22.1
a 20.1
1V 5.1
2V10.1
p 20.1
p 40.1
1t-6.1
2t-6.1
a
1V 1.1
2V 1.1
bia5.1
bia5.1
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Note: < > The setting of the Input Type parameter is given in pointed brackets.
■ Output Calibration Parameters
User Calibration
The parameters for output calibration are shown below. The display
depends on the output type setting for each output.
(In the following example, the last digit of Display No. 1 shows 1 for
output 1. For output 2, this would be oa20.2.)
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(Input calibration values registered.)
For linear current output
oa20.1
oa 4.1
str.o1
9-2
9.1 Parameters for User Calibration
If user calibration was performed on any of inputs 1 to 4 or outputs 1 to
6 following purchase of the Controller, user calibration information will
be displayed as shown below when you move to Calibration Level.
.adj
Displays dots.
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9-3
Section 9 User Calibration
9.2 User Calibration
The E5AR-T/ER-T is calibrated before shipment from the factory and thus there is normally no need for
the user to perform calibration.
If user calibration is necessary, use the calibration functions for temperature inputs, analog inputs, and
outputs that are provided in the Controller. Be aware, however, that OMRON cannot ensure the results of
calibration by the user.
Important
The calibration data is overwritten each time calibration is performed. You cannot return to the factory-calibrated data after performing user
calibration.
■ Input Calibration
Calibration is performed for the input type set in the Input Type
parameter. Input types consist of the following 20 types:
• Thermocouples:
13 types
• Analog input:
5 types
• Resistance thermometers: 2 types
■ Output Calibration
Calibration is performed for the output type set in the Output Type
parameter. There is only one output type that can be selected:
• Linear current output
■ Registering Calibration Data
User Calibration
The new calibration data for each item is temporarily registered. It can
be permanently registered as calibration data only when all items have
been calibrated to new values. Be sure to temporarily register all items
when you calibrate the E5AR-T/ER-T.
When calibration data is registered, user execution of calibration is
also registered.
Prepare separate measuring devices and equipment for calibration.
For details on how to handle measuring devices and equipment, refer
to the respective instruction manuals.
9-4
9.3 Thermocouple Input Calibration
9.3 Thermocouple Input Calibration
• Thermocouples are calibrated in two groups according to thermocouple type: Group 1 (input types 2, 4,
7, 8, 10, 14) and Group 2 (input types 3, 5, 6, 9, 11, 12, 13).
• Do not obstruct the bottom of the Controller during calibration. Also, do not touch the input terminals or
compensating leads.
■ Preparations
A
1
Input power supply
2
E5AR-T/ER-T
STV
_
5
Cold junction
compensator
+
6
0°C/32°F
Compensating leads
• Use a cold junction compensator for calibration of internal thermocouples and set it to 0°C. The internal thermocouple should be
disabled (end open).
• “STV” in the diagram is a DC reference current/voltage generator.
Connecting the cold
junction compensator
A correct input value cannot be obtained if the compensation wire connector is
touched during thermocouple calibration. Therefore, to connect or disconnect
the cold junction compensator, short-circuit (enable) or open-circuit (disable)
the tip of the thermocouple inside the cold junction compensator, while keeping
the compensation wire connected as shown in the diagram.
Cold junction compensator
Short circuit
E5AR/ER-T
0°C/32°F
Compensating wire
Cold junction compensator
E5AR/ER-T
0°C/32°F
Open
Compensating wire
9-5
User Calibration
• Prepare compensating leads appropriate for the selected thermocouple. A cold junction compensator and compensating leads for a
K thermocouple can be used for thermocouples R, S, E, B and W.
Section 9 User Calibration
Follow these steps to perform calibration when thermocouple input is
selected.
1. Connect the power supply.
2. Connect the DC reference current/voltage generator (STV below),
precision digital meter (DMM below), and cold junction compensator (a
ZERO-CON is used as an example below) to the input terminals of the
thermocouple as shown below.
STV
_
DMM
+
Leave open.
ZERO-CON
OUTPUT
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INPUT
Compensating leads of selected thermocouple
However, compensating leads for a K thermocouple
can be used for E, R, S, B, and W thermocouples.
3. Turn ON the power.
4. Move to Calibration Level.
A 30-minute aging timer will begin. Perform aging using this timer as a
guideline. When 30 minutes has elapsed, Display No. 2 will show 0.
You can proceed to the next stop before the display shows 0.
Input types 2, 4, 7, 8, 10, 14
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Input types 3, 5, 6, 9, 11, 12, 13
2t22.1
5. Press the M Key. The display at the left will appear.
The count value that was input will be displayed on Display No. 2 in
hexadecimal. Set the STV as follows:
• For input types 2, 4, 7, 8, 10, and 14: 53 mV
• For input types 3, 5, 6, 11,12, and 13: 22 mV
Wait until the count on Display No. 2 is sufficiently stable and then press
the D Key. This tentatively registers the calibration data at this point.
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6. Press the M Key. The display at the left will appear.
Set the STV to −6 mV.
Wait until the count on Display No. 2 is sufficiently stable and then press
the D Key. This tentatively registers the calibration data at this point.
9.3 Thermocouple Input Calibration
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7. Press the M Key. The display at the left will appear.
8. Change the wiring as shown below.
Open (not connected).
STV
−
DMM
+
Short circuit.
ZERO-CON
OUTPUT
INPUT
Compensating leads of selected thermocouple.
However, compensating leads for a K
thermocouple can be used for E, R, S, B, and W
thermocouples.
Disconnect the STV and enable the thermocouple in the cold junction
compensator. Make sure that the STV is disconnected at this time.
9. Wait until the count on Display No. 2 is sufficiently stable and then press
the D Key. This tentatively registers the calibration data at this point.
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• For a Controller with more than one input, connect as explained in step 2
and repeat steps 5 to 10.
• If a linear current output is selected, continue with the procedure in 9.6
Output Calibration (P. 9-12).
11. Turn OFF the power to leave Calibration Mode.
User Calibration
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10. Press the M Key. The display at the left will appear. This display will not
appear if all of the required data has not been tentatively registered.
Press the U Key. Display No. 2 will show yes. Two seconds after the Key
is released or when the M Key is pressed, the tentatively registered
calibration data will be stored in EEPROM. If you do not wish to save the
data in EEPROM, press the M Key instead of the U Key.
9-7
Section 9 User Calibration
9.4 Analog Input Calibration
Analog inputs are calibrated in the following groups according to the
analog input type: current input group (15, 16), voltage input group 1
(17, 18), and voltage input group 2 (19).
E5AR-T/ER-T
A
1
Input power supply
2
STV
_
DMM
+
1. Connect the power supply.
2. Connect the STV and DMM to the input terminals of the analog input as
shown above.
Different input terminals are used for current input and voltage input. Make
sure the connections are correct.
3. Turn ON the power.
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Input types 15 and 16
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Input types 17 and 18
4. Move to Calibration Level.
A 30-minute aging timer will begin. Perform aging using this timer as a
guideline. When 30 minutes has elapsed, Display No. 2 will show 0.
You can proceed to the next stop before the display shows 0.
5. Press the M Key. The display at left will appear.
The count value that was input will be displayed on Display No. 2 in
hexadecimal. Set the STV as follows:
• For input types 15 and 16:
20 mA
• For input types 17 and 18:
5V
• For input type 19:
10 V
User Calibration
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Input type 19
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6. Wait until the count on Display No. 2 is sufficiently stable and then press
the D Key. This tentatively registers the calibration data at this point.
9-8
9.4 Analog Input Calibration
Input types 15 and 16
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7. Press the Key M. The display at the left will appear.
Set the STV as follows:
• Input types 15 and 16:
1 mA
• Input types 17 and 18:
1V
• Input type 19:
1V
Input types 17 and 18
1V 1.1
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Input type 19
2V 1.1
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8. Wait until the count on Display No. 2 is sufficiently stable and then press
the D Key. This tentatively registers the calibration data at this point.
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9. Press the M Key. The display at the left will appear. This display will not
appear if all of the required data has not been tentatively registered.
Press the U Key. Display No. 2 will show yes. Two seconds after the Key
is released or when the M Key is pressed, the tentatively registered
calibration data will be stored in EEPROM. If you do not wish to save the
data in EEPROM, press the M Key instead of the U Key.
• For a Controller with more than one input, connect as explained in step 2
and repeat steps 5 to 9.
• If linear current output is selected, continue with the procedure in 9.6
Output Calibration (P. 9-12).
10. Turn OFF the power to leave Calibration Mode.
User Calibration
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9-9
Section 9 User Calibration
9.5 Resistance Thermometer Calibration
The procedure for calibrating a resistance thermometer is provided in
this section.
Use wiring of the same thickness for the connections.
1. Connect the power supply.
A
1
2
Input
power
supply
2. Connect a precision resistance box (a 6-dial model in this procedure) to the
input terminal of the resistance thermometer as shown at left.
E5AR-T/ER-T
A 4
B 5
B 6
6-dial
resistance
box
3. Turn ON the power.
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4. Move to Calibration Level.
A 30-minute aging timer will begin. Perform aging using this timer as a
guideline. When 30 minutes has elapsed, Display No. 2 will show 0.
You can proceed to the next stop before the display shows 0.
p390.1
5. Press the Key M to display the count value for each input type.
At this time, the count value that was input will be displayed on Display No.
2 in hexadecimal. Set the 6-dial resistance box as follows:
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Input type 0
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• Input type 0: 390 Ω
• Input type 1: 160 Ω
Input type 1
p160.1
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6. Wait until the count on Display No. 2 is sufficiently stable and then press
the D Key. This tentatively registers the calibration data at this point.
9-10
9.5 Resistance Thermometer Calibration
Input type 0
p 20.1
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7. Press the M Key. The display at the left will appear.
Set the 6-dial resistance box as follows:
• Input type 0:
20 Ω
• Input type 1: 40 Ω
Input type 1
p 40.1
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8. Wait until the count on Display No. 2 is sufficiently stable and then press
the D Key. This tentatively registers the calibration data at this point.
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9. Press the M Key. The display at the left will appear. This display will not
appear if all of the required data has not been tentatively registered.
Press the U Key. Display No. 2 will show yes. Two seconds after the Key
is released or when the M is pressed, the tentatively registered calibration
data will be stored in EEPROM. If you do not wish to save the data in
EEPROM, press the M Key instead of the U Key.
• For a Controller with more than one input, connect as explained in step 2
and repeat steps 5 to 9.
• If linear current output is selected, continue with the procedure in 9.6
Output Calibration (P. 9-12).
10. Turn OFF the power to leave Calibration Mode.
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Section 9 User Calibration
9.6 Output Calibration
• The procedure for calibration when linear current output is selected is provided in this section.
• Output calibration is displayed after input calibration has been finished (i.e., after the input calibration
values are registered). (Perform aging for at least 30 minutes.)
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1. The registered input calibration value state is displayed as shown at left.
2. Connect a precision digital meter (DMM below) to the output terminal of the
linear current output as shown below.
A
1
2
M
+
DMM
(Output upper-limit)
oa20.1
_
Current output
3. Press the M Key. The display at left will appear and 20 mA calibration will
begin.
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UD
(Output upper-limit)
oa20.1
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4. While viewing the output on the DMM, use the U and D Keys to set the
output to 20 mA. In the example at left, 20 mA is displayed at a value 2
digits smaller than before calibration.
UD
(Output lower-limit)
oa 4.1
5. Press the M Key. The display at left will appear and 4 mA calibration will
begin.
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UD
(Output lower-limit)
oa 4.1
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9-12
6. While viewing the output on the DMM, use the U and D Keys to set the
output to 4 mA. In the example at left, 4 mA is displayed at a value 2 digits
smaller than before calibration.
7. Press the M Key. The display at the left will appear. This display will not
appear if all of the required data has not been tentatively registered, or if
the data has not been changed.
Press the U Key. Display No. 2 will show yes. Two seconds after the Key
is released or when the M is pressed, the tentatively registered calibration
data will be stored in EEPROM. If you do not wish to save the data in
EEPROM, press the M Key instead of the U Key.
9.6 Output Calibration
• If there is another output, connect the output as explained in step 2, and
repeat steps 3 to 7.
User Calibration
8. Turn OFF the power to quit Calibration Mode.
9-13
Section 9 User Calibration
9.7 Inspecting Indicator Accuracy
• After calibrating an input, always inspect the indicator accuracy to verify that the input was calibrated
correctly.
• Operate the E5AR-T/ER-T in the PV/SP state.
• Check the indicator at three points: the upper limit, lower limit, and mid-range limit of the indicator range.
■ Thermocouples
● Preparations
Connect the required devices as shown below. Be sure to connect
the E5AR-T/ER-T to the cold junction compensator using the
compensating leads that you intend to use for the thermocouple.
Input
power
supply
A
1
2
E5AR-T/ER-T
Cold junction compensator
_
5
+
6
STV
Compensating leads
● Operation
Make sure that the cold junction compensator is at 0°C, and set the
STV output to the voltage that is equivalent to the inspection value
startup power.
If the cold junction compensating system uses an external setting, a
cold junction compensator and compensating leads are not needed.
■ Resistance Thermometers
User Calibration
● Preparations
Connect the required devices as shown below.
A
1
Input power supply
2
E5AR-T/ER-T
A 4
B 5
B 6
● Operation
9-14
6-dial
resistance
box
Set the 6-dial resistance box to the resistance that is equivalent to
the inspection value.
9.7 Inspecting Indicator Accuracy
■ Analog Inputs
Connect the required devices as shown below.
A
1
Input power supply
2
● Operation
E5AR-T/ER-T
_
5
+
6
STV
Set the STV output to the inspection value voltage or current.
A
1
Input power supply
2
E5AR-T/ER-T
_
4
+
5
STV
User Calibration
● Preparations
9-15
User Calibration
Section 9 User Calibration
9-16
Section 10 Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
10.1 Troubleshooting Checklist ................................................ 10-2
10.2 Error Messages ............................................................... 10-3
10.3 Inferring Causes from Conditions:
Abnormal Measured Values ............................................ 10-5
10.4 Inferring Causes from Conditions: Abnormal Control ...... 10-7
10.5 Inferring Causes from Conditions: Abnormal Outputs ... 10-10
10.6 Inferring Causes from Conditions:
Communications Problems............................................ 10-11
10.7 Inferring Causes from Conditions: Reset Operation ...... 10-12
10-1
Section 10 Troubleshooting
10.1 Troubleshooting Checklist
If you encounter difficulty with the Controller, use the following checklist to troubleshoot the problem.
Check the display
Check the operating state of the E5AR-T/ER-T as indicated by the
display.
Error messages and indicators are described in 10.2 Error Messages
(P. 10-3). If an error message is displayed, refer to this section to
troubleshoot the problem.
Check switches
and wiring
Check switch settings and wiring
● Power Supply
• Is the power turned ON?
• Is the terminal voltage within the specified range?
● Input Type Switch
• Is the switch set to the correct setting for the sensor you are
using?
● Wiring
• Are the terminal connections correct?
• Are the polarities correct?
• Are any wires loose?
• Are any wires or cables broken or not making contact?
● Communications Settings
• Do the communications settings match those of the host system?
If you are unable to identify the problem from the above or cannot
solve the problem, investigate in more detail.
Check parameters
• Are the parameters set correctly?
• Check for restrictions on the function you are using.
See if the cause of the problem lies in your settings.
Troubleshooting
Infer from conditions
10-2
If you were not able to identify the cause of the problem by checking
the above, refer to the tables starting in 10.2 Error Messages (P. 10-3).
10.2 Error Messages
10.2 Error Messages
When an error occurs, Displays No. 1 and 2 show error messages. Refer to the following table to check
the meaning of the message and troubleshoot the problem.
unit
unit
disp
sys
eep
Display
No. 2
err
chg
err
err
err
Error
Unit error
Unit change
Display unit error
Unit error
EEPROM error
s.err
Normal
display
Input error
[[[[[
Normal
display
Exceeded bottom
of display range
Exceeded top of
display range
RSP input error
]]]]]
Normal
display
Normal
display
calb
i1-t
i2-t
i3-t
i4-t
RSP
operation
indicator
flashes
-----
err
Set value
flashes
Potentiometer
input error
Motor calibration
error
Input type switch
error
Correction
The unit requires servicing.
Contact your OMRON
representative.
First, turn the power OFF then back
ON again. If the display remains
the same, hold down the L Key for
at least 5 seconds in the error
display to initialize. (See Caution.)
Check for an incorrect input
connection, broken wire, or shortcircuit. Check the Input Type
parameter and input type switch
settings.
Not an error. One of these
messages is displayed when the
PV exceeds the display range
(−19999 to 99999).
Is the wire connected to the RSP
input broken or short-circuited?
For coordinated operation, check
the input type for the RSP input
from channel 1 to be sure it’s
correct and check to see if the
display range has been exceeded
for the channel due to a SP offset
setting.
Check the potentiometer wiring.
Check the wiring to the
potentiometer and valve drive
motor, and then try motor
calibration again.
Set the input type switch to type of
input you are using so that it
agrees with the setting of the Input
Type parameter.
Output state at error
Control outputs
Alarm output
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
MV output according to
MV at PV Error parameter.
Operation will
be performed
in the same
way as when
the upper limit
is exceeded.
Normal operation
Normal
operation
MV at PV error
OFF
If the Closed/Floating
parameter is set to “Closed”
and the Operation at Potentiometer Input Error parameter is set to “OFF,” the
value set for the MV at PV
Error parameter is output;
otherwise, normal operation
takes place.
Normal
operation
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
If the system does not operate as expected after setting the parameters, check the wiring and set values
once again. If there is still a problem, unintended set values may have been accidentally set in the parameters. In this case, you may want to initialize the Controller and redo your settings.
10-3
Troubleshooting
Display
No. 1
Section 10 Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Caution
10-4
Initializing the Controller will return all parameters to their default settings. The
default settings may cause unexpected outputs, so disconnect all output wires
and eliminate the effects to the system before initializing the parameters. In
addition, write down your settings prior to initialization.
10.3 Inferring Causes from Conditions: Abnormal Measured Val-
10.3 Inferring Causes from Conditions: Abnormal
Measured Values
Possible cause
The polarity or connections to the temperature
sensor are not correct.
A temperature sensor that cannot be used with the
E5AR-T/ER-T is connected.
The temperature sensor has a broken wire, a shortcircuit, or has deteriorated.
A temperature sensor is not connected.
Compensating leads that are incompatible with the
thermocouple are being used.
A metal device other than the thermocouple or
compensating leads is connected between the
terminals of the E5AR-T/ER-T and thermocouple.
The terminal connection screws are loose, resulting
in a bad connection.
The leads or compensating leads of the
thermocouple is too long and resistance is affecting
the system.
The 3 wires between the terminals of the E5AR-T/
ER-T and the platinum resistance thermometer have
different resistances.
The E5AR-T/ER-T is receiving noise from peripheral
devices.
Settings
Installation
The leads and power line of the temperature sensor
are too close, and induction noise is being received
from the power line.
The mounting location of the temperature sensor is
too far from the point of control and the thermal
response is slow.
The ambient operating temperature of the E5AR-T/
ER-T exceeds the rated temperature.
Wireless devices are used near the E5AR-T/ER-T.
The temperature of the terminal plate is not uniform
due to heat dissipation from peripheral devices.
The terminal plate of the E5AR-T/ER-T is exposed
to a strong air flow.
The input type switch setting is not correct.
The Input Type parameter is not set correctly.
The temperature unit setting is not correct.
The measured temperature appears to deviate after
setting an input correction.
The units of the parameter settings are not correct.
The host system program is not correct.
Solution
Connect the wires correctly.
Change to a temperature sensor that can be used
with the E5AR-T/ER-T.
Replace the temperature sensor.
Connect a temperature sensor.
• Directly connect a thermocouple with long leads.
• Use compatible compensating leads.
Connect with a device that is designed for use with
thermocouples.
Tighten the screws securely.
• Use thick compensating leads.
• Change the wiring and locations to allow shorter
lengths.
Use wires of the same resistance for terminals A,
B, and B.
• Separate the E5AR-T/ER-T from noise-emitting
devices.
• Install a surge absorber or noise filter in noiseemitting devices.
• Separate the leads from the power line.
• Run the leads and power line through separate
conduits or ducts.
• Do not wire the leads in parallel with the power
line.
• Change the wiring to allow shorter leads.
• Use shielded cable for the leads.
Mount the sensor so that the end of the protective
tubing approaches the point of control.
Keep the ambient operating temperature within the
specified range: −10 to 55°C.
Shield the E5AR-T/ER-T.
Install the E5AR-T/ER-T in a location where it is
not exposed to heat dissipation.
Prevent air flows from blowing on the terminal
plate.
Set the input type switch to the correct setting for
the input.
Set the correct input type.
Set the correct temperature unit.
Set the input correction to 0.0.
Correct the host system program.
10-5
Troubleshooting
Connections
■ The Measured Value Is Abnormal or Measurement Is Not Possible
Method of use
Section 10 Troubleshooting
Possible cause
The input terminals for thermocouple input are
short-circuited.
A temperature sensor was replaced or a switch
setting was changed while the power was ON.
Solution
Connect the thermocouple.
Turn the power OFF and then ON.
Supplement
Troubleshooting
Simple Method for Checking Input
Platinum Resistance Thermometer:
1) Connect a 100 Ω resistor between input terminals A-B and short-circuit B-B.
2) If the measured temperature is approximately 0.0°C or 32.0°F, the E5AR-T/ER-T is operating normally.
Thermocouple:
1) Short-circuit the input terminals of the temperature sensor.
2) If the temperature close to the terminal plate is measured, the E5AR-T/ER-T is operating normally.
Analog Input:
Use a reference voltage/current generator (e.g., an STV) to supply the specified current or voltage and
check the measurement.
10-6
10.4 Inferring Causes from Conditions: Abnormal Control
10.4 Inferring Causes from Conditions: Abnormal
Control
■ The PV Does Not Increase
Settings
Connections
Possible cause
Solution
Abnormal measured value.
Troubleshoot as described in 10.3 Inferring
Causes from Conditions: Abnormal Measured
Values (P. 10-5).
A load is not connected to the control output
terminals.
Connect a load.
Incorrect load polarity or incorrect terminal
connections.
Wire correctly.
The terminal connection screws are loose, resulting
in a bad connection.
Tighten the screws securely.
The heater power is not turned ON.
Turn ON the heater power.
The heater has a broken wire or has deteriorated.
Replace the heater.
The heater has a low heat capacity.
• Change to a heater with a high heat capacity.
• If using two or more heaters, replace any
heaters that have broken wires.
The overheating prevention device has activated.
Increase the temperature setting of the
overheating prevention device to a value higher
than the SP of the E5AR-T/ER-T.
Direct operation and reverse operation settings are
incorrect.
Set the correct settings.
The PID constants are not suitable.
• Execute AT.
• Set suitable PID constants.
Control has not been started.
Start control.
The output does not increased due to MV limits.
Change the MV limits to suitable values.
The cooling fan is running.
Stop the cooling fan.
■ The Measured Value Increases Above the SP
Solution
Troubleshoot as described in 10.3 Inferring
Causes from Conditions: Abnormal Measured
Values (P. 10-5).
The load is connected to the wrong channel and
the heater is being controlled by the control output
of another channel.
Wire correctly.
The contact of the control output drive relay has
melted.
Replace the relay.
Short-circuit failure in SSR.
Replace the SSR.
Current flows to heater due to SSR leakage
current.
Connect a bleeder resistor to prevent operation
due to leakage current.
10-7
Troubleshooting
Connections
Possible cause
Abnormal measured value.
Section 10 Troubleshooting
Method of use
Settings
Possible cause
Solution
Direct operation and reverse operation settings are
incorrect.
Set the correct settings.
The PID constants are not suitable.
• Execute AT.
• Set suitable PID constants.
The output does not decrease due to MV limits.
Change the MV limits to suitable values.
Output is taking place in Manual Mode.
Leave Manual Mode.
The controlled object generates heat.
Use heating/cooling control.
Large overshoot.
See the Overshooting or Undershooting Occurs
troubleshooting table.
■ Overshooting or Undershooting Occurs
Settings
Connections
Possible cause
Solution
Abnormal measured value.
Troubleshoot as described in 10.3 Inferring
Causes from Conditions: Abnormal Measured
Values (P. 10-5).
A regular slow thermal response temperature
sensor is connected to a fast thermal response
control system.
Change to a sheathed temperature sensor.
The proportional band is too narrow, i.e., the P
constant is too small.
• Increase the P constant to within the point where
the response speed becomes too slow.
• Execute AT.
The integral time is too short, i.e., the I constant is
too small.
• Increase the I constant to within the point where
the response speed becomes too slow.
• Execute AT.
The derivative time is too short, i.e., the D constant
is too small.
• Increase the D constant to within the point where
stability during rectification deteriorates.
• Execute AT.
ON/OFF control is being performed.
Use P control or PID control.
The control period is too long in a fast thermal
response control system.
Shorten the control period.
The overlap band is mistakenly set as a dead band
in heating/cooling control.
Set an overlap band.
■ Hunting Occurs
Troubleshooting
Check connections and settings as explained above in Overshooting or Undershooting Occurs.
Method of use
Possible cause
10-8
Solution
The heat capacity of the heater is too large for the
heat capacity of the controlled object.
Use a heater with a heat capacity suitable for the
controlled object.
Periodic disturbances occur that cause the heat
capacity of the controlled object to change.
Establish an environment will minimal
disturbances.
AT is being executed.
Hunting will stop when AT has been completed.
10.4 Inferring Causes from Conditions: Abnormal Control
■ SP Does Not Change as Programmed
Settings
Possible cause
Remote SP Mode or Fixed SP Mode is set.
Solution
Set Program SP Mode.
■ The Segment Does Not Advance
Settings
Possible cause
Solution
The wait operation is enabled.
Set the Wait Mode, Wait Band Upper Limit, and
Wait Band Lower Limit correctly.
The SP is being held.
Check the HOLD indicator. If it is lit, change the
Hold parameter to “OFF.”
■ The Program Is Reset in the Middle
The Number of Segments Used parameter is set to
a smaller value than the final segment number.
Solution
Correct the setting of the Number of Segments
Used parameter.
Troubleshooting
Settings
Possible cause
10-9
Section 10 Troubleshooting
10.5 Inferring Causes from Conditions: Abnormal
Outputs
■ No Control Output or No Alarm Output
Troubleshooting
Settings
Connections
Possible cause
10-10
Solution
Abnormal temperature measurement.
See 10.3 Inferring Causes from Conditions:
Abnormal Measured Values (P. 10-5).
Incorrect load polarity or incorrect terminal
connections.
Wire correctly.
The connected load exceeds the output
specifications.
• Do not exceed the specifications.
• Repair in the event of a failure.
A load power supply is not connected to a transistor
output.
Use a power supply suitable for the output
specifications and load.
The polarity of the load power supply connected to
the transistor output is incorrect.
Wire correctly.
Operation stops after the power is turned ON.
• Send the Run command after turning ON the
power.
• Set operation to continue at startup.
Control has not been started.
Send the Run command.
The wrong channel is specified.
Set the correct channel number.
The wrong SP is set.
Set the correct SP.
The wrong program number is set.
Set the correct program number
When using event inputs to set the program
number, the inputs are not held ON or OFF.
Keep the contacts ON or OFF to specify the
program number.
An attempt was made to use communications to set
the program number when using event inputs were
being used to set the program number.
The latest specification takes priority regardless of
the program number specification method.
The alarm mode is set to 0 (No Alarm).
Set the correct alarm mode.
An alarm with a standby sequence is specified.
Specify an alarm without a standby sequence.
A deviation alarm is mistakenly set for an absolutevalue alarm, or vice-versa.
Set the correct alarm mode.
10.6 Inferring Causes from Conditions: Communications Prob-
10.6 Inferring Causes from Conditions:
Communications Problems
■ Cannot Communicate or No Response
Solution
The baud rate differs from the host system.
Make sure that the baud rates are the same.
The communications settings are different from the
host system.
Make sure that the communications settings are
the same.
The number of parallel connections exceeds the
specifications.
Do not exceed the specifications.
• For RS-485, a maximum of 31 nodes can be
connected.
The length of the transmission path exceeds the
specifications.
Do not exceed the specifications.
• For RS-485, the total maximum length is 500 m.
Another Controller has the same unit number.
Make sure each unit number is set only once.
Noise is corrupting the communications data.
• Separate the communications cable from the
noise source.
• Use shielded communications cables.
• Use an optical interface.
• Have the program resend the command when a
problem is detected in the response.
Incorrect use of communications devices:
• Optical interface
• RS-232C/RS-485 converter
Check application methods in the instructions for
each device.
Incorrect installation of RS-485 terminators.
Install terminators only on the devices on the ends
of the transmission path.
Communications begin as soon as the power of the
E5AR-T/ER-T is turned ON.
Wait at least 2 seconds before beginning
communications after the power is turned ON.
Unstable signals that occur when the E5AR-T/ER-T
is turned ON or OFF are read as host system data.
Initialize the host system reception buffer at the
following times:
• Before sending the first command.
• After the power of the E5AR-T/ER-T is turned
OFF.
The host system sends a command before
receiving a response from the E5AR-T/ER-T.
Make sure that the program always reads the
response after sending a command.
The interval between receiving a response and
sending the next command from the host system is
too short.
Allow an interval of at least 5 ms after receiving a
response before sending the next command.
Mistake in host system program.
• Correct the program.
• Check the command in a line monitor.
• Try executing a sample program.
The unit number setting is different from the unit
number specified in the command.
Make sure the unit numbers match.
Troubleshooting
Settings
Program
Connections
Communications
conditions
Possible causes
10-11
Section 10 Troubleshooting
10.7 Inferring Causes from Conditions: Reset
Operation
■ Outputs Are Made While Resetting (Operation Will Not Stop)
Troubleshooting
Settings
Possible cause
10-12
Solution
The MV at Reset parameter (Adjustment Level) is
set to a value greater than 0%.
Set the MV at Reset parameter to 0.0.
Manual Mode is in effect.
Set the manual output to 0% or switch to Auto
Mode.
The Operation at Reset parameter (Control Initial
Setting Mode) is set to “Fixed Control.”
Set the Operation at Reset parameter to “Stop
Control.”
Appendix
Appendix
Specifications...............................................................................A-2
Sensor Input Setting Ranges and Display/Control Ranges .........A-4
ASCII Table ..................................................................................A-5
Setting Lists .................................................................................A-6
Parameter Charts.......................................................................A-48
A-1
Appendix
Specifications
■ Unit Ratings
Power supply voltage for CE
marking (See note 1.)
100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
24 VAC, 50/60 Hz or 24 VDC
Power supply voltage for UL
certification (See note 1.)
100 to 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz
24 VAC, 50/60 Hz or 24 VDC
Allowable voltage fluctuation
range
85% to 110% of rated voltage
Power consumption
E5AR-T: 22 VA max.
E5ER-T: 17 VA max.
Sensor inputs (See note 2.)
Thermocouples: K, J, T, E, L, U, N, R, S, B, W
Platinum resistance thermometers: Pt100
Current input: 4 to 20 mA DC or 0 to 20 mA DC (including remote SP input)
Voltage input: 1 to 5 VDC, 0 to 5 VDC, or 0 to 10 VDC (including remote SP input)
(Input impedance: 150 Ω using current input, approx. 1 MΩ using voltage input)
Control
outputs
Auxiliary
outputs
Event
inputs
E5AR-T: 15 VA/10 W max.
E5ER-T: 11 VA/7 W max.
Voltage outputs
(for driving
SSRs)
12 VDC, 40 mA max. (See note 3.), with short-circuit protection circuit
Current outputs
0 to 20 mA DC or 4 to 20 mA DC, load: 500 Ω max. (including transfer output)
(Resolution: Approx. 54,000 at 0 to 20 mA DC, approx. 43,000 at 4 to 20 mA DC)
Relay outputs
Position-proportional Control Model (open, close)
SPST-NO, 250 VAC, 1 A (including inrush current) (inductive load), electrical life: approx.
100,000 operations
Relay outputs
SPST-NO, 250 VAC, 1 A (resistive load), electrical life: approx. 100,000 operations
Transistor
outputs
Maximum load voltage: 30 VDC, maximum load current: 50 mA
Residual voltage: 1.5 V max., leakage current: 0.4 mA max.
Contact inputs
Input ON: 1 kΩ max., OFF: 100 kΩ max.
Non-contact
inputs
Input ON: Residual voltage of 1.5 V max., input OFF: Leakage current of 0.1 mA max.
Short-circuit current: Approx. 4 mA
Remote SP input
See Sensor inputs.
Potentiometer input
100 Ω to 2.5 kΩ
Transfer output
See Control outputs.
Control method
2-PID or ON/OFF
Setting method
Digital setting using front panel keys or setting via serial communications
Indication method
7-segment digital display and LED indicators
E5AR-T character height: PV: 12.8 mm, SV: 7.7 mm, PRG.SEG: 7.7 mm
E5ER-T character height: PV: 9.5 mm, SV: 7.2 mm, PRG.SEG: 7.2 mm
Other functions
Varies by model.
Ambient operating temperature
−10 to 55°C (no condensation or icing), 3-year warranty: −10 to 50°C
Ambient operating humidity
25% to 85%
Storage temperature
−25 to 65°C (no condensation or icing)
Appendix
Note 1. 100 to 240 VAC and 24 VAC/VDC are on different models. Please specify the desired model when ordering.
2. Multi-inputs. Switch between temperature and analog input using the input type switch.
Basic insulation between power supply and input terminals and between power supply and output terminals.
3. Voltage outputs for the [email protected]@@[email protected]@@ are 21 mA max.
A-2
Specifications
■ Controller Performance Specifications
Indication accuracy
Temperature variation
influence (See note 3.)
Voltage variation
influence (See note 3.)
Control mode
Thermocouple input:
(±0.1% of indicated value or ±1°C, whichever is greater) ±1 digit max. (See note 1.)
[Not using internal cold junction compensation]
(±0.1% of indicated value or ±1°C, whichever is smaller) ±1 digit max. (See note 2.)
Analog input: (0.1% FS) ±1 digit max.
Platinum resistance temperature sensor input:
(±0.1% of indicated value or ±0.5°C, whichever is greater) ±1 digit max.
Position-proportional potentiometer input:
(±5% FS) ± 1 digit max.
R, S, B, or W thermocouple input:
(±1% of PV or ±10°C, whichever is greater) ±1 digit max.
Other thermocouple input:
( ±1% of PV or ±4°C, whichever is greater) ±1 digit max.
*K thermocouple at −100°C max: ±10°C max.
Platinum resistance thermometer:
(±1% of PV or ±2°C, whichever is greater) ±1 digit max.
Analog input: (±1% FS) ±1 digit max.
Standard Control (Heating Control or Cooling Control), Heating/cooling Control
Standard Control with Remote SP (Models with 2 Input Channels only)
Heating/Cooling Control with Remote SP (Models with 2 Input Channels only)
Cascade Standard Control (Models with 2 Input Channels only)
Cascade Heating/Cooling Control (Models with 2 Input Channels only)
Proportional Control (Models with 2 Input Channels only)
Position-proportional Control (Position-proportional Control Model only)
Control period
0.2 to 99.0 s (increments of 0.1 seconds): During time-divided proportional control output
Proportional band (P)
0.00% to 999.99% FS (increments of 0.01% FS)
Integral time (I)
0.0% to 3999.9 s (increments of 0.1 second)
Derivative time (D)
0.0% to 3999.9 s (increments of 0.1 second)
Hysteresis
0.01% to 99.99% FS (increments of 0.01% FS)
Manual reset value
0.0% to 100.0% (increments of 0.1% FS)
Alarm setting range
−19999 to 99999*4
(Decimal point position depends on input type and decimal point position setting)
Input sampling period
50 ms
Insulation resistance
20 MΩ or higher (at 500 VDC)
Voltage resistance
2,000 VAC 50/60 Hz 1 min (charged terminals of different polarity)
Vibration resistance
Vibration frequency: 10 to 55 Hz
Acceleration: 20 m/s2
Shock resistance
150 m/s2 (relay contacts: 100 m/s2)
3 times each on 3 axes and in 6 directions
Inrush current
100 to 240 VAC Model: 50 A max.
24 VAC/VDC Model: 30 A max.
E5AR-T
Approx. 450 g (Controller only), Fittings: Approx. 60 g,
Terminal cover: Approx. 30 g
E5ER-T
Approx. 330 g (Controller only), Fittings: Approx. 60 g,
Terminal cover: Approx. 16 g
Weight
Degree of protection
Front: NEMA4X indoor, rear case: IP20, terminal plate: IP00
Memory protection
EEPROM (Write count: 100,000 times)
Note 1. K, T, N at −100°C max.: ±2°C ±1 digit max.
U and L: ±2°C ±1 digit max.
B at 400°C max. is not specified.
R and S at 200°C max.: ±3°C ±1 max.
W: (Larger of ±0.3%PV and ±3°C) ±1 digit max.
Appendix
2. U and L: ±1°C ±1 digit
R and S at 200°C max.: ±1.5°C ±1 digit
3. Ambient temperature: −10°C to 23°C to 55°C
Voltage range: −15% to +10% of rated voltage
4. EU stands for Engineering Unit and is the unit after scaling. For a temperature sensor, it is °C or °F.
A-3
Appendix
Sensor Input Setting Ranges and Display/Control
Ranges
Input type
Platinum
resistance
temperature
sensor
Thermocouple
Analog
Input setting range
Setting
Pt100
0
−200.0 to 850.0
−300.0 to 1500.0
−305.0 to 955.0
−480.0.0 to
1680.0
Pt100
1
−150.00 to
150.00
−199.99 to
300.00
−180.00 to
180.00
−249.99 to
350.00
K
2
−200.0 to 1300.0
−300.0 to 2300.0
−350.0 to 1450.0
−560.0 to 2560.0
K
3
−20.0 to 500.0
0.0 to 900.0
−72.0 to 552.0
−90.0 to 990.0
J
4
−100.0 to 850.0
−100.0 to 1500.0
−195.0 to 945.0
−260.0 to 1660.0
J
5
−20.0 to 400.0
0.0 to 750.0
−62.0 to 442.0
−75.0 to 825.0
T
6
−200.0 to 400.0
−300.0 to 700.0
−260.0 to 460.0
−400.0 to 800.0
E
7
0.0 to 600.0
0.0 to 1,100.0
−60.0 to 660.0
−110.0 to 1210.0
L
8
−100.0 to 850.0
−100.0 to 1,500.0
−195.0 to 945.0
−260.0 to 1660.0
U
9
−200.0 to 400.0
−300.0 to 700.0
−260.0 to 460.0
−400.0 to 800.0
N
10
−200.0 to 1,300.0
−300.0 to 2,300.0
−350.0 to 1,450.0
−560.0 to 2,560.0
R
11
0.0 to 1,700.0
0.0 to 3,000.0
−170.0 to 1,870.0
−300.0 to 3,300.0
S
12
0.0 to 1,700.0
0.0 to 3,000.0
−170.0 to 1,870.0
−300.0 to 3,300.0
B
13
100.0 to 1,800.0
300.0 to 3,200.0
−70.0 to 1,970.0
−10.0 to 3,490.0
W
14
0.0 to 2,300.0
0.0 to 4,100.0
−230.0 to 2,530.0
−410.0 to 4,510.0
4 to 20 mA
0 to 20 mA
1 to 5 V
0 to 5 V
0 to 10 V
15
16
17
18
19
°C
Appendix
°F
One of following ranges depending on
scaling:
−19,999 to 99,999
−1,999.9 to 9,999.9
−199.99 to 999.99
−19.999 to 99.999
−1.9999 to 9.9999
• Applicable input type standards are as follows:
K, J, T, E, N, R, S, B:JIS C1602-1995
L:
Fe-CuNi, DIN 43710-1985
U:
Cu-CuNi, DIN 43710-1985
W:
W5Re/W26Re, ASTM E988-1990
Pt100:
JIS C1604-1997, ICE751
A-4
Display/control range
Specification
°C
°F
−10% to 110% of setting range
Maximum range: −19,999 to 99,999
ASCII Table
ASCII Table
Upper
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A-5
Appendix
Setting Lists
The setting lists give the addresses for CompoWay/F communications and Modbus communications.
Refer to the addresses of the protocol that you are using.
The hexadecimal values in the Setting/monitor value column are the setting ranges in CompoWay/F and
Modbus communications, and the values in parentheses ( ) are the actual setting ranges.
Monitor and set values can be specified for each channel. Addresses include a channel identifier. The
addresses in the variable area maps are for channel 1. To specify addresses of other channels on a
Controller with more than one input channel, refer to the table below.
Address
Channel
Appendix
CompoWay/F
A-6
Modbus
1
Address in setting list
Address in setting list
2
Address in setting list + 0100
Address in setting list + 4000
3
Address in setting list + 0200
Address in setting list + 8000
4
Address in setting list + 0300
Address in setting list + C000
Appendix
C1
C0
0000
0002
0004
0008
000A
0106
0108
010A
010C
010E
0110
0112
0005
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
0009
Modbus
Address
0000
0001
0002
0004
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
MV Monitor (Cooling)
Present Set Point
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value 1
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Upper Limit 1
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Lower Limit 1
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value 2
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Upper Limit 2
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Lower Limit 2
Present Value (PV)
Status
SP
MV Monitor (Heating)
Parameter
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Attribute
Communications Monitor Settings (C0 to C1)
c-o
−
1.al-1
1.al1h
1.al1l
1.al-2
1.al2h
1.al2l
According to specified input range
Refer to following section.
SP Lower Limit to SP Upper Limit
Standard: H'FFFFFFCE to H'0000041A (−5.0 to 105.0)
Heating/cooling: H'00000000 to H'0000041A (0.0 to 105.0)
H'00000000 to H'0000041A (0.0 to 105.0)
SP Lower Limit to SP Upper Limit
H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999)
H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999)
H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999)
H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999)
H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999)
H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999)
−
−
−
o
Setting/monitor range
−
−
−
-5.0 to 105.0
0.0 to 105.0
0.0 to 105.0
−
-19999 to 99999
-19999 to 99999
-19999 to 99999
-19999 to 99999
-19999 to 99999
-19999 to 99999
Display
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
−
−
−
−
−
Default
setting
%
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
−
EU
%
According to input type
1
1
According to input type
According to input type
According to input type
According to input type
According to input type
According to input type
According to input type
EU
−
Unit
According to input type
Decimal point
position
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
Display
Setting Lists
A-7
Appendix
■ [email protected] Status (Communications)
Output
Bit: 16
15
14
13
12
Error
11
10
0
0
9
8
7
0
6
5
4
Not used
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
Appendix
Status
A-8
0 (OFF)
1 (ON)
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
RSP input error
No error
Error
Potentiometer error
No error
Error
Display range exceeded
No error
Error
Input error
No error
Error
Not used
OFF
−
Control output (heating)
OFF
ON
Control output (cooling)
OFF
ON
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
Alarm 1
OFF
ON
Alarm 2
OFF
ON
Alarm 3
OFF
ON
Alarm 4
OFF
ON
Setting Lists
Output
Type
30
29
28
0
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
0
0
0
0
15
Status
0 (OFF)
1(ON)
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
Backup
RAM write
Write Mode
EEPROM
RAM = EEPROM RAM ≠ EEPROM
Setting area 0
Setting area 1
AT stopped
AT in progress
Run
Reset
OFF (disabled)
ON (enabled)
Auto
Manual
SP Mode
Local SP (LSP)
RSP
Not used
OFF
−
Setting Area
AT Execute/Cancel
Run/Reset
Communications Writing
Auto/Manual
FSP Mode
OFF (PSP/RSP)
ON (FSP)
Control Output
(Heating) Type
Control Output
(Cooling) Type
Voltage Output
(for driving SSR)
Voltage Output
(for driving SSR)
Linear current
output
Linear current
output
Note 1. Status is as follows when reading from setting area 1:
• RSP input error:
Cleared
• Potentiometer error:
Cleared
• Display range exceeded:
Cleared
• Input error:
Cleared
• Control output (heating), control output (cooling):
Cleared
• Alarm 1, Alarm 2, Alarm 3, Alarm 4:
Cleared
• AT:
Cleared
• Run/Reset:
ON (Reset)
• Auto/Manual:
Previous value held
• SP mode, MV tracking:
Updated
• Control output (heating) type, control output (cooling) type: Updated
2. If the FSP Mode is set to “ON,” the SP Mode parameter setting (RSP/RSP) is ignored. If the FSP
Mode is set to “OFF,” the SP Mode parameter setting (RSP/RSP) is valid and the Program SP Mode
and Remote SP Mode can be used as required.
3. The control output (heating) status and control output (cooling) status are the open output status
and close output status, respectively, during position-proportional control.
4. The control output (heating) status and control output (cooling) status are OFF during linear output.
5. The control output (heating) type status and control output (cooling) type status are OFF when the
corresponding output is a voltage output (for driving SSR).
A-9
Appendix
Bit: 31
Operating status
Appendix
■ [email protected] Program Status (Communications)
Output
Appendix
Bit:
A-10
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Status
0 (OFF)
1 (ON)
Segment Output 1/Time Signal 1
OFF
ON
Segment Output 2/Time Signal 2
OFF
ON
Segment Output 3/Time Signal 3
OFF
ON
Segment Output 4/Time Signal 4
OFF
ON
Segment Output 5/Time Signal 5
OFF
ON
Segment Output 6/Time Signal 6
OFF
ON
Segment Output 7
OFF
ON
Segment Output 8
OFF
ON
Segment Output 9
OFF
ON
Segment Output 10
OFF
ON
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
Setting Lists
Operation state
Bit: 31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
23
22
21
20
19
18
0
0
0
17
16
15
0 (OFF)
1 (ON)
Hold
OFF
Hold
Wait
OFF
Wait
Not used
OFF
ON
Not used
OFF
ON
Not used
OFF
ON
Ramp/Soak
Soak
Ramp
Program End Output
OFF
ON
Standby
OFF
ON
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
Not used
OFF
−
Status
Appendix
Note 1. Status is as follows when reading from setting area 1:
• Segment Outputs 1 to 10 and Time Signals 1 to 6:
Cleared
• Hold and Wait
Clear
• Program End Output:
Previous value held
• Standby:
Clear
2. Segment Outputs 1 to 10 and Time Signals 1 to 6 status depend on the setting of the Program
Output Selection parameter.
3. The Program End Output status will be ON when the display shows p.end.
A-11
Appendix
A-12
0000
0001
0002
0003
0005
0006
0007
0008
0400
0402
0404
0406
040A
040C
040E
0410
Modbus
Address
C5
0500
0502
0504
0506
0003
Modbus
Address
0000
0001
0002
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Protect Level
Parameter
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Common
Common
Attribute
PF Key Protection
Common
Attribute
ComOperation Adjustment Protection mon
ComInitial Setting Protection
mon
ComSetting Change Protection
mon
Parameter
Version
Modified Type
Present Value (PV)
Present Set Point
PID Set Number Monitor
Status
Program Status
Alarm Set Number Monitor
*1 .... 00000123 for Ver. 1.23
C4
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Communications Monitor (C4)
1 to 4
−
−
1 to 8
−
−
−
−
Display
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Default
setting
off, on
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000001: ON (1)
pfpt H'00000000: OFF (0)
Display
0 to 4
0 to 2
off, on
Setting/monitor range
OFF
0
0
OFF
Default
setting
Decimal point
position
-
-
Decimal point
position
-
-
Unit
−
−
EU
EU
−
−
−
−
Unit
Set value
−
−
According to input type
According to input type
−
−
−
−
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
H'00000000 to H'FFFFFFFF*1
H'00000000 to H'FFFFFFFF
According to specified input range
SP Lower Limit to SP Upper Limit
H'00000001 to H'00000008 (1 to 8)
Refer to previous section.
Refer to previous section.
H'00000001 to H'00000004 (1 to 4)
Setting/monitor range
oapt H'00000000 to H'00000004 (0 to 4)
icpt H'00000000 to H'00000002 (0 to 2)
wtpt H'00000000: OFF (0)
Display
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Display
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
Appendix
Appendix
−
0600
0602
0610
0612
−
−
−
0614
0616
0618
061A
061C
0604
060A
−
0000
0001
0008
0009
−
−
−
000A
000B
000C
000D
000E
0002
0005
Modbus
Address
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Elapsed Segment Time Monitor
Remaining Segment Time
Monitor
Program Execution Repetition Monitor
Remote SP Monitor
MV Monitor (Heating)
CH
CH
CH
Program No.
Segment No. Monitor
Hold
Advance
Back
Remaining Standby Time Monitor
Elapsed Program Time Monitor
SP*3
PV
Manual MV*2
Parameter
Attribute
H'00000001 to H'0000020 (1 to 32)*4
H'00000001 (1) to Number of Segments Used
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
H'00000000 to H'000026E7 (0.00 to 99.59)
H'00000000 to H'000026E7(0.00 to 99.59) or
H'00000000 to H'0001850F(0.00.0 to 99.59.9)
Specified range of sensor input
Standard: H'FFFFFFCE to H'0000041A (−5.0 to 105.0)
Heat/cooling: H'FFFFFBE6 to H'0000041A (−105.0 to 105.0)
Position-proportional: −10.0 to 110.0
SP Lower Limit to SP Upper Limit
Setting/monitor range
o H'FFFFFFCE to H'0000041A (−5.0 to 105.0)
Upper Limit*5
rptm H'00000000 to H'0000270F (0 to 9999)
rsp Remote SP Lower Limit to Remote SP
H'00000000 to H'0001850F(0.00.0 to 99.59.9)
seg.r H'00000000 to H'000026E7(0.00 to 99.59) or
H'00000000 to H'0001850F(0.00.0 to 99.59.9)
seg.t H'00000000 to H'000026E7(0.00 to 99.59) or
prg
−
hold
adV
back
stbm
prg.t
−
−
−
Display
-5.0 to 105.0
0.0 to 105.0"
0.0 to 105.0
-10.0 to 110.0
run, rst
auto, manu
0.00.0 to 99.59.9
0.00 to 9999
Same as at left
or
0.00.0 to 99.59.9
0.00 to 99.59
or
0.00.0 to 99.59.9
0.00 to 99.59
or
0.00 to 99.59
0.00 to 99.59
off, on
off, on
off, on
−
1 to 32*4
-5.0 to 105.0
-105.0 to 105.0
-10.0 to 110.0"
Same as at left
−
Display
−
−
−
−
−
1
−
OFF
OFF
OFF
−
−
0
−
−
Default
setting
EU
EU
%
Unit
According to
input type
1
−
%
times
EU
According to program
unit
According to program
unit
−
−
−
−
−
hh.mm
According to program
unit
According to
input type
−
−
−
−
−
2
*1
1
Decimal point
position
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
Set value
0006
0007
−
−
060C
060E
−
−
MV Monitor (Cooling)
Valve Opening Monitor
Run/Reset
Auto/Manual
CH
CH
CH
CH
1
−
%
c-o H'00000000 to H'0000041A (0.0 to 105.0)
1
−
%
V-m H'FFFFFF9C to H'0000044C (−10.0 to 110.0)
−
RST
−
r-r RUN, RST
−
AUTO
−
a-m AUTO, MANU
*1 .... Determined by Input Type and PV Decimal Point Display parameter settings.
*2 .... When using position-proportional control, change is possible only from HMI.
*3 .... Communications can be used only to monitor the present set point.
*4 .... Depends on the number of inputs and the settings of the Control Mode, Independent Operation/Coordinated Operation, and Number of Segments parameters.
*5 ....SP limits are in effect.
C6
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Operation Level
Setting Lists
A-13
Appendix
A-14
1800
1802
1804
1820
1822
1824
1826
1828
182A
182C
182E
1830
1832
1834
1836
1838
183A
1806
1808
180A
180C
180E
1810
0000
0001
0002
0010
0011
0012
0013
0014
0015
0016
0017
0018
0019
001A
001B
001C
001D
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
D8
Modbus
Address
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Parameter
Program Repetitions
Program Link Destination
Wait Band Lower Limit
PID Set Number*5
Alarm Set Number*5
Wait Band Upper Limit
Segment Output 10
Segment Output 9
Segment Output 8
Segment Output 7
Segment Output 6
Segment Output 5
Segment Output 4
Segment Output 3
Segment Output 2
Segment Output 1
Wait
Segment Time
Segment Rate of Rise
Program Editing*1
Number of Segments Used
Segment Editing*4
Segment Set Point
Program Setting Level
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Attribute
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
off, on
off, on
off, on
off, on
off, on
off, on
off, on
off, on
0 to 99999
0
0
0
0
1
0
OFF
off, on
0 to 8
1 to 4
0 to 99999
OFF
off, on
0.00.0 to 99.59.9
off, on
0 to 9999
rpt H'00000000 to H'0000270F (0 to 9999)
link H'00000000 to H'0000020F (0 to 32 (0: No Link))*2 0 to 32 *2
(0 to 99999 (0: OFF))
wtbl H'00000000 to H'0001869F
(0 to 99999 (0: OFF))
pid
alm
wtbh H'00000000 to H'0001869F
seo.10
seo.9
seo.8
seo.7
seo.6
seo.5
seo.4
seo.3
seo.2
seo.1
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000 to H'00000008 (0 to 8) (0: Automatic)
H'00000001 to H'00000004 (1 to 4)
wait H'00000000: OFF (0)
OFF
0.00
or
0.00 to 99.59
time H'00000000 to H'000026E7(0.00 to 99.59) or
H'00000000 to H'0001850F(0.00.0 to 99.59.9)
Decimal point
position
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
EU
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
According to
input type
times
−
EU
−
−
According to
input type
−
−
EU
−
−
−
EU
Unit
−
According to
program time
unit
−
According to
input type
*3
−
8
−
END (0)
−
0
According to
input type
0
Same as at left
Same as at left
Same as at left
1 to 32 *2
Default
setting
0 to 99999
H'00000001 to H'00000020 (1 to 32)*2
H'00000001 (1) to Number of Segments
H'00000000 (0) to Number of Segments Used (0: END)
SP Lower Limit to SP Upper Limit
prg.n
s-no
seg.n
sp
Display
pr H'00000000 to H'0001869F (0 to 99999)
Setting/monitor range
Display
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
Set value
Appendix
Appendix
1812
1814
0009
000A
PID Set Number*6
Alarm Set Number*6
Parameter
CH
CH
Attribute
Setting/monitor range
pid H'00000000 to H'00000008 (0 to 8 (0: Link))
alm H'00000000 to H'00000004 (0 to 4 (0: Link))
Display
0 to 8
0 to 4
Display
*1 .... Set the program number in the Program Editing parameter before setting parameters for individual programs.
*2 .... Depends on the number of inputs and the settings of the Control Mode, Independent Operation/Coordinated Operation,
and Number of Segments parameters.
*3 .... The currently selected program number.
*4 .... Set the segment number in the Segment Editing parameter before setting parameters for individual segments.
*5 .... Addresses are different for channels 2 to 4 for coordinated operation and channel 2 (secondary side) for cascade
control.
*6 .... For channels 2 to 4 for coordinated operation and channel 2 (secondary side) for cascade control.
*7 .... Use channel 1 when setting program data for coordinated operation or cascade control, except for PID set numbers and
alarm set numbers.
D8
Modbus
Address
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
0
0
Default
setting
Unit
−
−
Decimal point
position
−
−
Set value
Setting Lists
A-15
Appendix
A-16
−
−
−
0746
0700
0708
070A
070C
070E
0710
0712
0714
0716
0748
071E
0720
0722
0724
0726
0728
−
−
−
0023
0000
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
0009
000A
000B
0024
000F
0010
0011
0012
0013
0014
C7
Modbus
Address
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Adjustment Level
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Common
MV Change Rate Limit (Cooling) CH
MV Change Rate Limit (Heating) CH
MV at PV Error
(Position Proportional)
MV at PV Error
(Standard/Heating/Cooling)
MV at Reset
(Position Proportional)
Cooling Coefficient
Dead Band
Manual Reset Value
Hysteresis (Heating)
Hysteresis (Cooling)
Control Period (Heating)
Control Period (Cooling)
Position Proportional Dead Band
Open/Close Hysteresis
Standby Time
MV at Reset
(Standard/Heating/Cooling)
AT Execute/Cancel
Communications Writing
SP Mode
Fixed SP
Parameter
Attribute
H'00000001 to H'0000270F (0.01 to 99.99)
H'FFFFF831 to H'0000270F (−19.99 to 99.99)
H'00000000 to H'000003E8 (0.0 to 100.0)
H'00000001 to H'0000270F (0.01 to 99.99)
H'00000001 to H'0000270F (0.01 to 99.99)
H'00000002 to H'000003DE (0.2 to 99.0)
H'00000002 to H'000003DE (0.2 to 99.0)
H'00000001 to H'00000064 (0.1 to 10.0)
H'00000001 to H'000000C8 (0.1 to 20.0)
H'00000000 to H'000026E7 (0.00 to 99.59)
Standard: H'FFFFFFCE to H'0000041A (−5.0
to 105.0)
Heating/cooling: H'FFFFFBE6 to H'0000041A
(−105.0 to 105.0)
H'FFFFFFFF: -1 (closed)
H'00000000: 0 (hold)
H'00000001: 1 (open)
Standard: H'FFFFFFCE to H'0000041A (−5.0 to 105.0)
Heating/cooling: H'FFFFFBE6 to H'0000041A
(−105.0 to 105.0)
H'FFFFFFFF: −1 (closed)
H'00000000: 0 (hold)
H'00000001: 1 (open)
H'00000000 to H'000003E8
(0.0 to 100.0 (0.0: Limiter disabled) )
H'00000000 to H'000003E8
(0.0 to 100.0 (0.0: Limiter disabled) )
c-sc
c-db
of-r
hys
chys
cp
c-cp
db
oc-h
stb
mV-r
corl
orl
mV-e
mV-e
mV-r
OFF, 0 to 8
OFF, ON
PSP, RSP, FSP
SP Lower Limit to SP Upper Limit
Setting/monitor value
at
cmwt
spmd
fsp
Display
−
%FS
%
%FS
%FS
Seconds
Seconds
%
%
hh.mm
%
−
−
0
0.0
0
0.0
0.0
-1, 0, 1
-5.0 to 105.0
-105.0 to 105.0
-1, 0, 1
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
1.00
0.01 to 99.99
-19.99 to 99.99 0.00
50.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.10
0.01 to 99.99
0.10
0.01 to 99.99
20.0
0.2 to 99.0
20.0
0.2 to 99.0
2.0
0.1 to 10.0
0.8
0.1 to 20.0
0.00
0.00 to 99.59
0.0
-5.0 to 105.0
-105.0 to 105.0
1
%/s
%/s
−
−
1
%
1
−
−
−
EU
−
−
−
According to
input type
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
OFF
off, 0 to 8
OFF
off, on
psp, rsp, fsp PSP*1
0
Same as at left
Unit
Decimal point
position
Default
setting
Display
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
Set value
Appendix
Appendix
072A
072C
072E
0730
073E
0740
0742
0744
074A
0015
0016
0017
0018
001F
0020
0021
0022
0025
Modbus
Address
Input Value 2 for Input
Correction
Input Correction 2
Disturbance Gain
Disturbance Time Constant
Disturbance Rectification Band
Disturbance Judgement Width
Set Point Offset
Input Value 1 for Input
Correction
Input Correction 1
Parameter
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Attribute
Setting/monitor range
iss.2
dogn
dotc
do-b
dojw
spof
-19999 to 99999 1300.0
*2
H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−199.99 to 999.99)
-199.99 to 999.99 0.00
0.65
H'FFFFFF9C to H'00000064 (−1.00 to 1.00)
-1.00 to 1.00
1.00
H'00000001 to H'0000270F (0.01 to 99.99)
0.01 to 99.99
0.000
H'00000000 to H'0000270F (0.000 to 9.999)
0.000 to 9.999
0.00
H'FFFFD8F1 to H'0000270F (−99.99 to 99.99) -99.99 to 99.99
0
H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to
-19999 to 99999
99999)
isi.2 H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999)
0800
0802
0804
0806
0808
080A
080C
080E
0810
0812
0814
0816
0818
0000
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
0009
000A
000B
000C
Modbus
Address
Extraction of Square Root 1 Low-cut Point
Extraction of Square Root 2 Low-cut Point
Extraction of Square Root 3 Low-cut Point
Extraction of Square Root 4 Low-cut Point
Analog Parameter (Control Rate)
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
First Order Lag Operation 1 Time Constant
First Order Lag Operation 2 Time Constant
First Order Lag Operation 3 Time Constant
First Order Lag Operation 4 Time Constant
Move Average 1 Move Average Count Common
Move Average 2 Move Average Count Common
Move Average 3 Move Average Count Common
Move Average 4 Move Average Count Common
Parameter
Attribute
Common
Common
Common
Common
H'00000000 to H'0000270F (0.0 to 999.9)
H'00000000 to H'0000270F (0.0 to 999.9)
H'00000000 to H'0000270F (0.0 to 999.9)
H'00000000 to H'0000270F (0.0 to 999.9)
H'00000000 to H'00000005 (1/2/4/8/16/32 times
(Setting values for communications are 0/1/2/3/4/5))
H'00000000 to H'00000005 (1/2/4/8/16/32 times
(Setting values for communications are 0/1/2/3/4/5) )
H'00000000 to H'00000005 (1/2/4/8/16/32 times
(Setting values for communications are 0/1/2/3/4/5) )
H'00000000 to H'00000005 (1/2/4/8/16/32 times
(Setting values for communications are 0/1/2/3/4/5) )
H'00000000 to H'0000270F (0.0 to 9.999)
H'00000000 to H'0000270F (0.0 to 9.999)
H'00000000 to H'0000270F (0.0 to 9.999)
H'00000000 to H'0000270F (0.0 to 9.999)
H'FFFFF831 to H'0000270F (−1.999 to 9.999)
lagp.1
lagp.2
lagp.3
lagp.4
maVp.1
sqrp.1
sqrp.2
sqrp.3
sqrp.4
ap.1
maVp.4
maVp.3
maVp.2
Setting/monitor range
Display
0.0 to 999.9
0.0 to 999.9
0.0 to 999.9
0.0 to 999.9
1, 2, 4, 8,
16, 32
1, 2, 4, 8,
16, 32
1, 2, 4, 8,
16, 32
1, 2, 4, 8,
16, 32
0.000 to 9.999
0.000 to 9.999
0.000 to 9.999
0.000 to 9.999
-1.999 to 9.999
Display
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.000
1
1
1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1
Default
setting
times
times
−
−
− *1
− *1
− *1
− *1
−
times
−
3
3
3
3
3
Seconds
Seconds
Seconds
Seconds
times
Unit
EU
−
−
%FS
%FS
EU
EU
EU
EU
Unit
1
1
1
1
−
Decimal point
position
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
*1 .... Set normalized values based on the input data for the extraction of square root function.
When straight-line approximation is included in the input stage of a K type input for −200.0 to 1300.0°C, −200.0 to 1300.0°C is equivalent
to the normalized range 0.000 to 1.000.
C8
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Adjustment 2 Level
According to
input type
2
2
2
3
2
According to
input type
According to
input type
2
-19999 to 99999 −200.0
*2
0.00
Decimal point
position
Default
setting
Display
iss.1 H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−199.99 to 999.99) -199.99 to 999.99
isi.1 H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999)
Display
*1 .... RSP is the default for channels 2 to 4 for coordinated operation and channel 2 (secondary side) for cascade control.
If the Operation at Reset parameter is set to fixed control, FSP is the default for channel 2 (secondary side) for cascade control.
*2 .... When the input type, temperature unit, or scaling display values are changed, settings are initialized as follows:
Temperature input: Set upper and lower limits of sensor input
Analog input: Scaling Display Value 1 (lower limit), Scaling Display Value 2 (upper limit)
C7
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Set value
Set value
Setting Lists
A-17
Appendix
A-18
−
0904
0906
0908
090A
090C
090E
0910
0912
0914
0916
0918
091A
0920
0936
093C
0952
0958
096E
−
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
0009
000A
000B
000C
000D
0010
001B
001E
0029
002C
0037
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1.al-2 H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999) -19999 to 99999
1.al2h H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999) -19999 to 99999
1.al2l H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999) -19999 to 99999
1.al-3 H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999) -19999 to 99999
1.al3h H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999) -19999 to 99999
1.al3l H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999) -19999 to 99999
1.al-4 H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999) -19999 to 99999
1.al4h H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999) -19999 to 99999
1.al4l H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999) -19999 to 99999
2.al-1 The following are the same as Alarm Set 1.
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value 2
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Upper Limit 2
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Lower Limit 2
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value 3
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Upper Limit 3
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Lower Limit 3
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value 4
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Upper Limit 4
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Lower Limit 4 CH
Alarm Set 2 Alarm Value 1
~
Alarm Set 2 Alarm Lower Limit 4
Alarm Set 3 Alarm Value 1
~
Alarm Set 3 Alarm Lower Limit 4
Alarm Set 4 Alarm Value 1
~
Alarm Set 4 Alarm Lower Limit 4
4.al4l
3.al4l
4.al-1
2.al4l
3.al-1
0
1.al1l H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999) -19999 to 99999
CH
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Lower Limit 1
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
0
1.al1h H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999) -19999 to 99999
CH
Default
setting
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Upper Limit 1
Display
*1
0
Setting/monitor range
d.alm 1 to 4
0 to 4
1.al-1 H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999) -19999 to 99999
Display
−
According to
input type
According to
input type
According to
input type
According to
input type
According to
input type
According to
input type
According to
input type
According to
input type
According to
input type
According to
input type
According to
input type
According to
input type
Decimal point
position
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
CH
CH
Attribute
Display Alarm Set Selection
Alarm Set 1 Alarm Value 1
Parameter
*1 .... Alarm Set Number selected for execution.
C9
Modbus
Address
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Alarm Set Setting level
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
−
EU
Unit
Set value
Appendix
Appendix
−
0A00
0A02
0A04
0A06
0A08
0A0A
0A0C
0A0E
0A10
0A90
0A12
0A22
0A92
0A24
0A34
0A94
−
0000
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
0048
0009
0011
0049
0012
001A
004A
CA
Modbus
Address
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
PID Setting Level
PID 1 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (PV)
PID 1 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (DV)
PID 1 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (SP)
PID 2 Proportional Band
~
PID 2 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (DV)
PID 2 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (SP)
PID 3 Proportional Band
~
PID 3 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (DV)
PID 3 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (SP)
PID 1 MV Lower Limit
PID 1 Derivative Time*2
PID 1 MV Upper Limit
PID 1 Derivative Time
PID 1 Integral Time*2
PID 1 Integral Time
Display PID Selection
PID 1 Proportional Band
Parameter
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Attribute
*1
10.00
Default
setting
0.0
40.00
100.0
40.0
233.00
-19999 to 99999 1450.0
Same as at left
Same as at left
−
−
0.0 to 3999.9
0.1 to 3999.9"
0.01 to 999.99"
233.0
0.0 to 3999.9
1 to 8
0.00 to 999.99
Display
3.aut
3.aut
3.p
2.aut
2.aut
2.p The following are the same as PID1.
*3
1.aut H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999) -19999 to 99999 1650.0
*4
1.aut H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999) -19999 to 99999 1450.0
*3
1.aut
1.ol-l
1.ol-h
−
−
1.d
1.i
H'0001869F (0.00 to 999.99)
Position-proportional: H'00000001 to
H'0001869F (0.01 to 999.99)
Standard/heating/cooling/Position-proportional
(closed, operation stops at potentiometer input
error): H'00000000 to H'00009C3F (0.0 to
3999.9)
Position-proportional (closed, operation
continues or floats at potentiometer input error):
H'00000001 to H'00009C3F (0.1 to 3999.9)
H'00000000 to H'00009C3F (0.0 to 3999.9)
Standard/heating/cooling/Position-proportional
(closed, operation stops at potentiometer input
error) : H'00000000 to H'00061A76 (0.00 to
3999.90)
Position-proportional (closed, operation
continues or floats at potentiometer input error):
H'0000000A to H'00061A76 (0.10 to 3999.90)
H'00000000 to H'00061A76 (0.00 to 3999.90)
Standard/Position-proportional (closed): MV
Lower Limit +0.1 to H'0000041A (105.0)
Heating/cooling: H'00000000 to H'0000041A
(0.0 to 105.0)
Standard/Position-proportional (closed):
H'FFFFFFCE (−5.0) to MV Upper Limit −0.1
Heating/cooling: H'FFFFFBE6 to H'00000000
(−105.0 to 0.0)
H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999)
Setting/monitor range
According to
input type
According to
input type
According to
input type
1
2
1
1
2
1
−
2
Decimal point
position
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
d.pid H'00000001 to H'00000008 (1 to 8)
1.p Standard/heating/cooling: H'00000000 to
Display
EU
EU
EU
%
Seconds
%
Seconds
Seconds
Seconds
−
%FS
Unit
Set value
Setting Lists
A-19
Appendix
A-20
0A36
0A46
0A96
0A48
0A58
0A98
0A5A
0A6A
0A9A
0A6C
0A7C
0A9C
0A7E
0A8C
0A8E
0A9E
001B
0023
004B
0024
002C
004C
002D
0035
004D
0036
003E
004E
003F
0046
0047
004F
Modbus
Address
PID 4 Proportional Band
~
PID 4 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (DV)
PID 4 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (SP)
PID 5 Proportional Band
~
PID 5 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (DV)
PID 5 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (SP)
PID 6 Proportional Band
~
PID 6 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (DV)
PID 6 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (SP)
PID 7 Proportional Band
~
PID 7 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (DV)
PID 7 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (SP)
PID 8 Proportional Band
~
PID 8 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (PV)*5
PID 8 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (DV)*5
PID 8 Automatic Selection
Range Upper Limit (SP)*5
Parameter
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Attribute
-19999 to 99999 1650.0
-19999 to 99999 1450.0
8.aut H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999)
Default
setting
8.aut H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999)
Display
-19999 to 99999 1450.0
Setting/monitor range
8.aut H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999)
8.p
7.aut
7.aut
7.p
6.aut
6.aut
6.p
5.aut
5.aut
s.p
4.aut
4.aut
4.p
Display
According to
input type
According to
input type
According to
input type
Decimal point
position
EU
EU
EU
Unit
*1.... The currently selected PID Set Number.
*2 .... Not displayed in HMI.
*3 .... Specified upper limit of input
The maximum is −19999 to 99999.
*4 .... Temperature input: Specified range width of sensor input
Analog input: −110% to 110% of scaling range width
The maximum is −19999 to 99999.
*5 .... The upper limit of the automatic selection range of PID set 8 is fixed at 999.99% FS for internal data. This can be changed but it will not affect operation.
CA
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Set value
Appendix
Appendix
1900
1902
1904
1906
1908
190A
190C
190E
1910
1912
1914
1926
1938
194A
195C
196C
0000
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
0009
000A
0013
001C
0025
002E
0036
Modbus
Address
Time Signal 2 Set Segment 1
~
Time Signal 3 Set Segment 1
~
Time Signal 4 Set Segment 1
~
Time Signal 5 Set Segment 1
~
Time Signal 6 Set Segment 1
~
Time Signal 6 OFF Time 3
Time Signal 1 OFF Time 3
Time Signal 1 ON Time 3
Time Signal 1 Set Segment 3
Time Signal 1 OFF Time 2
Time Signal 1 ON Time 2
Time Signal 1 Set Segment 2
Time Signal 1 OFF Time 1
Program Edting*1
Time Signal 1 Set Segment 1
Time Signal 1 ON Time 1
Parameter
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Attribute
Setting/monitor range
Display
or
0.00.0 to 99.59.9
0.00 to 99.59
or
or
0.00.0 to 99.59.9
0.00 to 99.59
or
0.00 to 99.59
tof3.6
tsg1.6
tsg1.5
tsg1.4
tsg1.3
tsg1.2 The following are the same as Time Signal 1.
H'00000000 to H'0001850F(0.00.0 to 99.59.9)
tof3.1 H'00000000 to H'000026E7(0.00 to 99.59) or
H'00000000 to H'0001850F(0.00.0 to 99.59.9)
ton3.1 H'00000000 to H'000026E7(0.00 to 99.59) or
0.00.0 to 99.59.9
or
0.00.0 to 99.59.9
0.00 to 99.59
or
0.00 to 99.59
0.00.0 to 99.59.9
tsg3.1 H'00000000 (0) to Number of Segments (0: Disabled) Same as at left
H'00000000 to H'0001850F(0.00.0 to 99.59.9)
tof2.1 H'00000000 to H'000026E7(0.00 to 99.59) or
H'00000000 to H'0001850F(0.00.0 to 99.59.9)
ton2.1 H'00000000 to H'000026E7(0.00 to 99.59) or
0.00.0 to 99.59.9
tsg2.1 H'00000000 (0) to Number of Segments (0: Disabled) Same as at left
H'00000000 to H'0001850F(0.00.0 to 99.59.9)
tof1.1 H'00000000 to H'000026E7(0.00 to 99.59) or
H'00000000 to H'0001850F(0.00.0 to 99.59.9)
prg.n H'00000001 to H'00000020 (1 to 32)*2
1 to 32 *2
tsg1.1 H'00000000 (0) to Number of Segments (0: Disabled) Same as at left
ton1.1 H'00000000 to H'000026E7(0.00 to 99.59) or
0.00 to 99.59
Display
0.00
0.00
0
0.00
0.00
0
0.00
*3
0
0.00
Default
setting
Unit
−
−
According to program
time unit
According to program
time unit
−
According to program
time unit
According to program
time unit
−
According to program
time unit
−
−
−
−
According to program
time unit
Decimal point
position
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
Set value
*1 .... The same as the Program Editing parameter in Program Setting Level.
*2 .... Depends on the number of inputs and the settings of the Control Mode, Independent Operation/Coordinated Operation, and Number of Segments parameters.
*3 .... The currently selected program number.
*4 .... Specify channel 1 when setting time signals for coordinated operation or cascade control.
D9
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Time Signal Setting Level
Setting Lists
A-21
Appendix
A-22
0B00
0B02
0B04
0B06
0B08
0B0A
0B0C
0B0E
0B20
0B46
0B48
0B6E
0000
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0010
0023
0024
0037
Display
3
-1.999 to 9.999 1.000
-1.999 to 9.999 0.000
-1.999 to 9.999 1.000
-1.999 to 9.999 0.000
-1.999 to 9.999 1.000
-1.999 to 9.999 0.000
H'FFFFF831 to H'0000270F (−1.999 to 9.999)
H'FFFFF831 to H'0000270F (−1.999 to 9.999)
H'FFFFF831 to H'0000270F (−1.999 to 9.999)
H'FFFFF831 to H'0000270F (−1.999 to 9.999)
H'FFFFF831 to H'0000270F (−1.999 to 9.999)
H'FFFFF831 to H'0000270F (−1.999 to 9.999)
-1.999 to 9.999 0.000
-1.999 to 9.999 0.000
-1.999 to 9.999 0.000
3
-1.999 to 9.999 0.000
H'FFFFF831 to H'0000270F (−1.999 to 9.999)
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
-1.999 to 9.999 1.000
H'FFFFF831 to H'0000270F (−1.999 to 9.999)
Decimal point
position
3
Default
setting
-1.999 to 9.999 0.000
Display
H'FFFFF831 to H'0000270F (−1.999 to 9.999)
Setting/monitor range
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
Com- fi20.1 H'FFFFF831 to H'0000270F (−1.999 to 9.999)
mon
Com- fo01.1 H'FFFFF831 to H'0000270F (−1.999 to 9.999)
mon
Com- si1.1
mon
Com- si2.1
mon
Com- so1.1
mon
Com- so2.1
mon
Com- si1.2
mon
Com- si2.2
mon
Com- so1.2
mon
Com- so2.2
mon
Com- fi01.1
mon
Attribute
~
Broken-line Approximation 1 Output 20 Com- fo20.1 H'FFFFF831 to H'0000270F (−1.999 to 9.999)
mon
Broken-line Approximation 1 Output 1
~
Broken-line Approximation 1 Input 20
Broken-line Approximation 1 Input 1
Straight-line Approximation 2 Output 2
Straight-line Approximation 2 Output 1
Straight-line Approximation 2 Input 2
Straight-line Approximation 2 Input 1
Straight-line Approximation 1 Output 2
Straight-line Approximation 1 Output 1
Straight-line Approximation 1 Input 2
Straight-line Approximation 1 Input 1
Parameter
*1 .... These are set values for each of the operation functions. Set normalized values based on the input data for the operation function.
When straight-line approximation is included in the input stage of a type K input for −200.0 to 1300.0°C, −200.0 to 1300.0°C is equivalent
to the normalized range 0.000 to 1.000.
CB
Modbus
Address
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Approximation Setting Level
−*1
−*1
−*1
−*1
−*1
−*1
−*1
−*1
−*1
−*1
−*1
−*1
Unit
Set value
Appendix
Appendix
0C04 Input 2 Type
0C06 Input 2 Temperature Units
0C08 Input 3 Type
0002
0003
0004
0005
0C0E Input 4 Temperature Units
0007
−
−
−
−
−
−
2*2
0 to 19
c, f
0 to 19
c, f
i3du H'00000000: °C (0)
i4-t Same as Input 1 Type
i4du H'00000000: °C (0)
snc
0C1E PV Decimal Point Display
0C20 Sensor Induction Noise Reduction Common
Move to Advanced Function Setting Level Com−
mon
000F
0010
−
pVdp
CH
0C1C Remote SP Lower Limit
000E
amoV
rspl
CH
0C10
0C12
0C14
0C16
0C18
0C1A
H'00000001: °F (1)
Input lower limit to input upper limit
H'FFFFB1E1 (−19999) to Scaling Display Value 2 − 1
Input lower limit to input upper limit
Scaling Display Value 1 + 1 to H'0001869F (99999)
H'00000000 to H'00000004 (0 to 4)
Temperature:
Lower limit of sensor setting range to upper limit of
sensor setting range
Analog:
Larger of −19999 and display value equivalent to
input lower limit to smaller of 99999 and display
value equivalent to upper input limit
Temperature:
Sensor setting range to upper limit of sensor
setting range
Analog:
Larger of −19999 and display value equivalent to
input lower limit to smaller of 99999 and display
value equivalent to input upper limit
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: 50 Hz (0)
H'00000001: 60 Hz (1)
−1999 to 9999
-1999 to 9999
50hz, 60hz
off, on
Same as at left
Same as at left
0 to 4
Same as at left
Same as at left
Same as at left
Same as at left
−
−
−
According to
input type
−
−
−
−200
0
50 Hz
ON
EU
0
−
0
−
−
According to
input type
4*3
0
20*3
100
0
1300
°C
2*2
*4
EU
*4
EU
−
EU
−
−
H'00000001: °F (1)
i3-t Same as Input 1 Type
inp.1
dsp.1
inp.2
dsp.2
dp
rsph
−
−
°C
c, f
H'00000001: °F (1)
−
−
2*2
0 to 19
i2du H'00000000: °C (0)
°C
−
−
°C
c, f
0008
0009
000A
000B
000C
000D
Scaling Input Value 1
Scaling Display Value 1
Scaling Input Value 2
Scaling Display Value 2
Decimal Point Position
Remote SP Upper Limit
0C0C Input 4 Type
0006
0C0A Input 3 Temperature Units
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
0C02 Input 1 Temperature Units
0001
−
0 to 19
Unit
−
Default
setting
2*2
Display
i1-t H'00000000: Pt100 (0)*1
H'00000001: Pt100 (1)
H'00000002: K (2)
H'00000003: K (3)
H'00000004: J (4)
H'00000005: J (5)
H'00000006: T (6)
H'00000007: E (7)
H'00000008: L (8)
H'00000009: U (9)
H'0000000A: N (10)
H'0000000B: R (11)
H'0000000C: S (12)
H'0000000D: B (13)
H'0000000E: W (14)
H'0000000F: 4 to 20 mA (15)
H'00000010: 0 to 20 mA (16)
H'00000011: 1 to 5 V (17)
H'00000012: 0 to 5 V (18)
H'00000013: 0 to 10 V (19)
i1du H'00000000: °C (0)
H'00000001: °F (1)
i2-t Same as Input 1 Type
Setting/monitor range
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
Decimal point
position
Display
Set value
*1 .... Input type settings are 0 to 14 for a temperature input and 15 to 19 for an analog input, depending on the input type switch (on the bottom of the Controller).
*2 .... The default value for the Input Type parameter is "2" regardless of the setting of the input type switch.
*3 .... Initialized to the upper and lower limits of the input type when the input type is changed.
*4 .... Determined by Input Type parameter setting.
CC
Common
Attribute
0C00 Input 1 Type
Parameter
0000
CompoWay/F
Modbus
Variable type Address Address
Input Initial Setting Level
Setting Lists
A-23
Appendix
A-24
CD
Output 1 Type
Output 3 Type
Linear Current Output 1 Type
Linear Current Output 2 Type
Linear Current Output 3 Type
Linear Current Output 4 Type
SP Upper Limit
SP Lower Limit
Control Mode
Direct/Reverse Operation
Closed/Floating
Independent Operation/
Coordinated Operation
0D02
0D06
0D08
0D0A
0D0C
0D1E
0D20
0D22
0D24
0D26
0D28
0001
0003
0004
0005
0006
000F
0010
0011
0012
0013
0014
Parameter
0D00
Modbus
Address
0000
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Control Initial Setting Level
Common
CH
−
−
Independent
operation
ault, sngl
Reverse
operation
0
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
EU
−
According to
input type
−
−
−200.0
*1
−
−
EU
−
−
According to
input type
−
−
−
−
Unit
Decimal point
position
1300.0
*1
1
1
1
1
0
0
float, close Floating
or-r, or-d
−
Same as at left
Same as at left
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
0 to 1
Default
setting
H'00000001: Close: CLOSE (1)
pmod H'00000000: Independent operation: MULT (0)
H'00000001: Coordinated operation: SNGL (1)
H'00000001: Linear current output (1)
H'00000000: Voltage output (for driving SSR) (0)
H'00000001: Linear current output (1)
H'00000000: 0 to 20 mA (0)
H'00000001: 4 to 20 mA (1)
H'00000000: 0 to 20 mA (0)
H'00000001: 4 to 20 mA (1)
H'00000000: 0 to 20 mA (0)
H'00000001: 4 to 20 mA (1)
H'00000000: 0 to 20 mA (0)
H'00000001: 4 to 20 mA (1)
Temperature: SP Lower Limit + 1 Upper limit
of sensor setting range
Analog: SP Lower Limit + 1 to 99999 and minimum
display value corresponding to the input upper limit
Temperature: Lower limit of sensor setting
range to upper limit of sensor setting range
Analog: −19999 and maximum display value
corresponding to the input lower limit to SP
upper limit −1
Models with 1 or 4 Input Channels
H'00000000: Standard (0)
H'00000001: Heating/cooling (1)
Models with 2 Input Channels
H'00000000: Standard (0)
H'00000001: Heating/cooling (1)
H'00000002: Remote SP standard (2)
H'00000003: Remote SP heating/cooling (3)
H'00000004: Proportional (4)
H'00000005: Cascade standard (5)
H'00000006: Cascade heating or cooling (6)
H'00000000: Reverse operation: OR-R (0)
H'00000001: Direct operation: OR-D (1)
Display
clfl H'00000000: Floating: FLOAT (0)
oreV
mode
Common
sl-h
co4-t
co3-t
co2-t
co1-t
o3-t
sl-l
CH
Setting/monitor range
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
o1-t H'00000000: Voltage output (for driving SSR) (0)
Display
CH
CH
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Attribute
Set value
Appendix
Appendix
0D2A
0D2C
0D2E
0D30
0D32
0D34
0D36
0015
0016
0017
0018
0019
001A
001B
Modbus
Address
Set Point Selection
Operation at Reset
PV Start
Step Time/Rate of Rise
Programming
Time Unit of Ramp Rate
Program Time Unit
Number of Segments*2
Parameter
Setting/monitor range
t-pr
Common
Common
rstm
Common
Common
spsl
pVst
CH
pru
t-u
H'00000001: 12 Segments: 12 (1)
H'00000002: 16 Segments: 16 (2)
H'00000003: 20 Segments: 20 (3)
H'00000004: 32 Segments: 32 (4)
H'00000000: Hour, Minute: HHMM (0)
H'00000001: Minute, Second: MMSS (1)
H'00000002: Minute, Second, Decisecond: MMSSD (2)
H'00000000: Step Time: TIME (0)
H'00000001: Rate of Rise Programming: PR (1)
H'00000000: 10 Hours: 10H (0)
H'00000001: Hour: H (1)
H'00000002: Minute: M (2)
H'00000003: Second: S (3)
H'00000000: SP Start: SP (0)
H'00000001: PV Start (Slope Priority): PV-R (1)
H'00000002: PV Start (Time Priority): PV-T (2)
H'00000000: Control Stop: STOP (0)
H'00000001: Fixed Control: FSP (1)
H'00000000: Present Set Point: PSP (0)
H'00000001: Present Value: PV (1)
sVum H'00000000: 8 Segments: 8 (0)
Display
Common
Common
Attribute
Default
setting
psp, pV
stop, fsp
sp, pV-r,
pV-t
10h, h, m, s
time, pr
hhmm, mmss,
mmssd
Control
Stop
Present
Set Point
SP
Start
min
Step Time
hh.mm
8, 12, 16, 20, 16 segments
32
Display
*1 .... When the input type, temperature unit, or scaling display values are changed, settings are initialized as follows:
Temperature input: Set upper and lower limits of sensor input
Analog input: Scaling Display Value 1 (lower limit), Scaling Display Value 2 (upper limit)
*2 .... The maximum number of programs that can be set depends on the setting of the Number of Segments parameter.
8 segments: 32 programs max.
12 segments: 20 programs max.
16 segments: 16 programs max.
20 segments: 12 programs max.
32 segments: 8 programs max.
CD
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Unit
Decimal point
position
Set value
Setting Lists
A-25
Appendix
A-26
CE
0E0C
0E0E
0E10
0E12
0E14
0007
0008
0009
000A
Modbus
Address
0006
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Attribute
Control/Transfer Output 2 Assignment Common
Control/Transfer Output 3 Assignment Common
Control/Transfer Output 4 Assignment Common
Event Input 1 Assignment
Common
Control/Transfer Output 1 Assignment Common
Parameter
Control Initial Setting 2 Level
Setting/monitor range
Same as above
out.4 Same as above
H'00000001: Communications Writing OFF/ON (1)
H'00000002: Program No. (Bit 0, Weight 1) (2)
H'00000003: Program No. (Bit 1, Weight 2) (3)
H'00000004: Program No. (Bit 2, Weight 4) (4)
H'00000005: Program No. (Bit 3, Weight 8) (5)
H'00000006: Program No. (Bit 4, Weight 16) (6)
H'00000007: Program No. (Bit 5, Weight 32) (7)
H'00000008: CH1 Program No. (Bit 0, Weight 10) (8)
H'00000009: CH1 Program No. (Bit 1, Weight 20) (9)
H'0000000A: CH1 Run (ON)/Reset (OFF) (10)
H'0000000B: CH1 Run (OFF)/Reset (ON) (11)
H'0000000C: CH1 Auto (OFF)/Manual (ON) (12)
H'0000000D: CH1 Program SP (OFF)/Remote SP (ON) (13)
H'0000000E: CH1 Remote SP(OFF)/Fixed SP(ON) (14)
H'0000000F: CH1 Program SP (OFF)/Fixed SP (ON) (15)
H'00000010: CH1 Program SP (16)
H'00000011: CH1 Remote SP (17)
H'00000014: CH1 Advance (20)
H'00000015: CH1 Back (21)
0 to 81
Same as above
out.3 Same as above
eV.1 H'00000000: Disabled (0)
Same as above
0 to 32
Display
out.2 Same as above
CH4 (25 to 32)
CH3 (17 to 24)
CH2 (9 to 16)
Similarly,
H'00000008: CH1 Valve Opening (8)
for transfer output (7)
H'00000007: CH1 Control Output (Cooling or Closed)
for transfer output (6)
H'00000006: CH1 Control Output (Heating or Open)
H'00000005: CH1 Present Value (PV) (5)
H'00000004: CH1 Present Set Point (4)
H'00000003: CH1 SP (3)
for control output (2)
H'00000002: CH1 Control Output (Heating or Closed)
for control output (1)
H'00000001: CH1 Control Output (Heating or Open)
out.1 H'00000000: Disabled (0)
Display
0
Same as
above
Same as
above
Same as
above
*1
Default
setting
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Unit
Decimal point
position
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
Set value
Appendix
Appendix
CE
Event Input 1 Assignment
Event Input 2 Assignment
Event Input 3 Assignment
Event Input 4 Assignment
Event Input 5 Assignment
Event Input 6 Assignment
Event Input 7 Assignment
Event Input 8 Assignment
Event Input 9 Assignment
Event Input 10 Assignment
Auxiliary Output 1 Assignment
0E16
0E18
0E1A
0E1C
0E1E
0E62
0E64
0E66
0E68
0E20
000B
000C
000D
000E
000F
0031
0032
0033
0034
0010
Parameter
0E14
Modbus
Address
000A
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Attribute
Setting/monitor range
H'0000001B: Disabled (27)
H'0000001A: RSP Input Error 1 OR Output of All Channels (26)
H'00000019: Input Error 1 OR Output of All Channels (25)
H'00000018: Alarm 4 OR Output of All Channels (24)
H'00000017: Alarm 3 OR Output of All Channels (23)
H'00000016: Alarm 2 OR Output of All Channels (22)
H'00000015: Alarm 1 OR Output of All Channels (21)
H'00000014: U-ALM (20)
H'00000013: CH1 Program Output 10 (19)
H'00000012: CH1 Program Output 9 (18)
H'00000011: CH1 Program Output 8 (17)
H'00000010: CH1 Program Output 7 (16)
H'0000000F: CH1 Program Output 6 (15)
H'0000000E: CH1 Program Output 5 (14)
H'0000000D: CH1 Program Output 4 (13)
H'0000000C: CH1 Program Output 3 (12)
H'0000000B: CH1 Program Output 2 (11)
H'0000000A: CH1 Program Output 1 (10)
H'00000009: CH1 Program End Output (9)
H'00000008: CH1 Run Output (8)
H'00000007: CH1 Disabled (7)
H'00000006: CH1RSP Input Error (6)
H'00000005: CH1 Input Error (5)
H'00000004: CH1 Alarm 4 (4)
H'00000003: CH1 Alarm 3 (3)
H'00000002: CH1 Alarm 2 (2)
H'00000001: CH1 Alarm 1 (1)
eV.2
eV.3
eV.4
eV.5
eV.6
eV.7
eV.8
eV.9
eV.10
sbo.1 H'00000000: Disabled (0)
H'00000016 to H'00000029: CH2 (22 to 41)
H'0000002A to H'0000003D: CH3 (42 to 61)
H'0000003E to H'00000051: CH4 (62 to 81)
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
e .1 Similarly,
Display
0 to 84
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
0 to 81
Display
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
Default
setting
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Unit
Decimal point
position
Set value
Setting Lists
A-27
Appendix
CE
0E20
0E22
0E24
0E26
0E6A
0E6C
0E6E
0E70
0E72
0E74
0E76
0E28
0E2A
0E2C
0E2E
0E30
0E32
0E34
0E36
0011
0012
0013
0035
0036
0037
0038
0039
003A
000B
0014
0015
0016
0017
0018
0019
001A
001B
Modbus
Address
0010
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
A-28
Display
Com- sbo.1
mon
Attribute
Transfer Output 4 Lower Limit
Transfer Output 4 Upper Limit
Transfer Output 3 Lower Limit
Transfer Output 3 Upper Limit
Transfer Output 2 Lower Limit
Transfer Output 2 Upper Limit
Transfer Output 1 Lower Limit
Transfer Output 1 Upper Limit
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
2
3
4
1
Default
setting
Same as at left
Same as at left
Same as at left
Same as at left
Same as at left
Same as at left
trh.2 *2
trl.2 *2
trh.3 *2
trl.3 *2
trh.4 *2
trl.4 *2*
Same as at left
Same
as at left
Same
as at left
Same
as at left
Same
as at left
Same
as at left
Same
as at left
Same
as at left
Same
as at left
Output
sgo, sgn, tsg Segment
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
0 to 84
Display
Same as at left
H'0000001C: CH2 Alarm 1 (28)
H'0000001D: CH2 Alarm 2 (29)
H'0000001E: CH2 Alarm 3 (30)
H'0000001F: CH2 Alarm 4 (31)
H'00000020: CH1 Input error (32)
H'00000021: CH2 RSP Input error (33)
H'00000022: CH2 Disabled (34)
H'00000023: CH2 Run Output (35)
H'00000024: CH2 Program End Output (36)
H'00000025: CH2 Program Output 1 (37)
H'00000026: CH2 Program Output 2 (38)
H'00000027: CH2 Program Output 3 (39)
H'00000028: CH2 Program Output 4 (40)
H'00000029: CH2 Program Output 5 (41)
H'0000002A: CH2 Program Output 6 (42)
H'0000002B: CH2 Program Output 7 (43)
H'0000002C: CH2 Program Output 8 (44)
H'0000002D: CH2 Program Output 9 (45)
H'0000002E: CH2 Program Output 10 (46)
Similarly,
H'0000002F to H'00000041: CH3 (47 to 65)
H'00000042 to H'00000054: CH4 (66 to 84)
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
H'00000000: Segment Output: SGO (0)
H'00000001: Segment Number Output: SGN (1)
H'00000002: Time Signal: TSG (2)
*2
Setting/monitor range
trl.1 *2
trh.1
Auxiliary Output 2 Assignment Com
sbo.2
mon
Auxiliary Output 3 Assignment Com
sbo.3
mon
Auxiliary Output 4 Assignment Com
sbo.4
mon
Auxiliary Output 5 Assignment Com
sbo.5
mon
Com
Auxiliary Output 6 Assignment
sbo.6
mon
Com
Auxiliary Output 7 Assignment
sbo.7
mon
Com
Auxiliary Output 8 Assignment
sbo.8
mon
Auxiliary Output 9 Assignment Com
sbo.9
mon
Auxiliary Output 10 Assignment Com
sbo.10
mon
ComProgram Output Selection
psot
mon
Auxiliary Output 1 Assignment
Parameter
Same as at
left
Same as at
left
Same as at
left
Same as at
left
Same as at
left
Same as at
left
Same as at
left
Same as at
left
Same as
at left
Same as
at left
Same as
at left
Same as
at left
Same as
at left
Same as
at left
Same as
at left
Same as
at left
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Unit
Decimal point
position
Set value
Appendix
Appendix
CE
Movement Average 2 Enabled
Movement Average 3 Enabled
Movement Average 4 Enabled
Extraction of Square Root 1
Enabled
Extraction of Square Root 2
Enabled
Extraction of Square Root 3
Enabled
Extraction of Square Root 4
Enabled
Straight-line Approximation 1
Enabled
Straight-line Approximation 2
Enabled
Broken-line Approximation 1
Enabled
Motor Calibration
Travel Time
0E3A
0E3C
0E3E
0E40
0E42
0E44
0E46
0E48
0E4A
0E4C
0E4E
0E54
0E56
0E5C
−
0E60
001D
001E
001F
0020
0021
0022
0023
0024
0025
0026
0027
002A
002B
002E
−
0030
Parameter
First Order Lag Operation 1
Enabled
First Order Lag Operation 2
Enabled
First Order Lag Operation 3
Enabled
First Order Lag Operation 4
Enabled
Movement Average 1 Enabled
0E38
Modbus
Address
001C
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
CH
CH
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Attribute
Setting/monitor range
cal
mot
fnc.1
scl.2
scl.1
sqr.4
sqr.3
sqr.2
sqr.1
maV.4
maV.3
maV.2
maV.1
lag.4
lag.3
lag.2
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
OFF, ON
H'00000001 to H'000003E7 (1 to 999)
lag.1 H'00000000: OFF (0)
Display
OFF
off, on
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
off, on
off, on
off, on
off, on
off, on
OFF
30
OFF
off, on
off, on
1 to 999
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
off, on
off, on
off, on
off, on
OFF
OFF
off, on
off, on
OFF
OFF
Default
setting
off, on
off, on
Display
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Seconds
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
0
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Unit
Decimal point
position
Set value
Setting Lists
A-29
Appendix
A-30
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
0
2
−
−
−
−
0
−
−
10
−
−
−
−
9
−
−
According to input type/EU
1/%
1/%
Scaling Display Value 2/1
100.0/0.0
100.0/0.0
100.0/0.0
H'FFFFFF9C to H'0000044C (−10.0 to 110.0)
1/%
According to input type/EU
According to input type/EU
1300.0/−200.0
Upper/lower limit of sensor setting range
Decimal point position/unit
0
−
0
−
−
0
−
−
0
−
−
0
−
−
0
−
0
0
25
0
10
10
Control transfer
output 4 assignment
SP Lower Limit to SP Upper Limit
Temperature: Lower limit of sensor setting range
to upper limit of sensor setting range
Analog: H'FFFFB1E1 to H'0001869F (−19999 to 99999)
Standard: H'FFFFFFCE to H'0000041A (−5.0 to
105.0)
H'00000000 to H'0000041A (0.0 to 105.0)
Default value (transfer output
upper-limit / lower-limit)
0
−
−
0
9
0
−
−
0
−
−
0
−
0
−
0
0
0
17
0
9
9
0
9
9
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
−
1
−
−
1
−
−
1
Control transfer
output 3 assignment
Control transfer
output 2 assignment
Control transfer
output 1 assignment
Setting/monitor value
1 input
2 inputs
4 inputs
1 input
2 inputs
4 inputs
1 input
2 inputs
4 inputs
1 input
2 inputs
4 inputs
1 input
2 inputs
4 inputs
1 input
2 inputs
4 inputs
1 input
2 inputs
4 inputs
1 input
Input type
The Input Type, Temperature Unit, Scaling Display Value, and SP Upper/Lower Limit parameters are initialized when the corresponding
control/transfer output assignment is changed.
Control Output
(Heating or Open)
Control Output
(Cooling or Closed)
Valve Opening
Present Set Point
Present Value (PV)
Note 2.
Position-proportional control
Cascade heating/cooling
control
Cascade standard control
Ratio control
Heating/cooling control
with remote SP
Standard control
with remote SP
Heating/cooling control
Standard control
Control mode
Note 1. The default settings for each control mode are given below.
Appendix
Appendix
CF
Alarm 1 Latch
Alarm 1 Hysteresis
Alarm 2 Type
Alarm 2 Latch
Alarm 2 Hysteresis
Alarm 3 Type
Alarm 3 Latch
Alarm 3 Hysteresis
Alarm 4 Type
Alarm 4 Latch
Alarm 4 Hysteresis
Standby Sequence Reset
Auxiliary Output 1
Open in Alarm
Auxiliary Output 2
Open in Alarm
Auxiliary Output 3
Open in Alarm
Auxiliary Output 4
Open in Alarm
Auxiliary Output 5
Open in Alarm
0F02
0F04
0F06
0F08
0F0A
0F0C
0F0E
0F10
0F12
0F14
0F16
0F18
0F1A
0F1C
0F1E
0F20
0F22
0000
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
0009
000A
000B
000C
000D
000E
000F
0010
0011
Parameter
Alarm 1 Type
Modbus
Address
0F00
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Alarm Setting Level
Setting/monitor range
Display
sb1n
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
sb5n
sb4n
sb3n
sb2n
alh4
rest
alh3
alt4
a4lt
alh2
alt3
a3lt
alh1
alt2
a2lt
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000001 to H'0000270F: 0.01 to 99.99
Same as alarm type 1
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000001 to H'0000270F: 0.01 to 99.99
Same as alarm type 1
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000001 to H'0000270F: 0.01 to 99.99
Same as alarm type 1
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000001 to H'0000270F: 0.01 to 99.99
H'00000000: Condition A (0)
H'00000001: Condition B (1)
H'00000000: Close in alarm: N-O (0)
H'00000001: Open in alarm: N-C (1)
H'00000000: Close in alarm: N-O (0)
H'00000001: Open in alarm: N-C (1)
H'00000000: Close in alarm: N-O (0)
H'00000001: Open in alarm: N-C (1)
H'00000000: Close in alarm: N-O (0)
H'00000001: Open in alarm: N-C (1)
H'00000000: Close in alarm: N-O (0)
H'00000001: Open in alarm: N-C (1)
a1lt H'00000000: OFF (0)
Close in
alarm
Close in
alarm
Close in
alarm
Close in
alarm
n-o, n-c
n-o, n-c
n-o, n-c
0.02
A
0.01 to 99.99
a, b
n-o, n-c
0.02
2
OFF
0.01 to 99.99
0 to 11
off, on
Close in
alarm
0.02
2
OFF
0.01 to 99.99
0 to 11
off, on
n-o, n-c
0.02
2
OFF
OFF
0.01 to 99.99
0 to 11
off, on
off, on
2
Default
setting
−
−
%FS
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
%FS
−
−
%FS
−
−
2
−
2
−
−
2
−
−
%FS
−
−
−
−
2
−
−
Unit
Decimal point
position
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
alt1 H'00000000: No alarm (0)
0 to 11
H'00000001: Upper-and lower-limit alarm (1)
H'00000002: Upper-limit alarm (2)
H'00000003: Lower-limit alarm (3)
H'00000004: Upper-and lower-limit range alarm (4)
H'00000005: Upper-and lower-limit alarm with
standby sequence (5)
H'00000006: Upper-limit alarm with standby
sequence (6)
H'00000007: Lower-limit alarm with standby
sequence (7)
H'00000008:Absolute-value upper-limit alarm (8)
H'00000009: Absolute-value lower-limit alarm (9)
H'0000000A: Absolute-value upper-limit with
standby sequence (10)
H'0000000B: Absolute-value lower-limit with
standby sequence (11)
Display
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Attribute
Set value
Setting Lists
A-31
Appendix
A-32
CF
0F24
0F26
0F28
0F2A
0F2C
0013
0014
0015
0016
Modbus
Address
0012
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Auxiliary Output 6
Open in Alarm
Auxiliary Output 7
Open in Alarm
Auxiliary Output 8
Open in Alarm
Auxiliary Output 9
Open in Alarm
Auxiliary Output 10
Open in Alarm
Parameter
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Attribute
sb10n
sb9n
sb8n
sb7n
sb6n
Display
H'00000000: Close in alarm: N-O (0)
H'00000001: Open in alarm: N-C (1)
H'00000000: Close in alarm: N-O (0)
H'00000001: Open in alarm: N-C (1)
H'00000000: Close in alarm: N-O (0)
H'00000001: Open in alarm: N-C (1)
H'00000000: Close in alarm: N-O (0)
H'00000001: Open in alarm: N-C (1)
H'00000000: Close in alarm: N-O (0)
H'00000001: Open in alarm: N-C (1)
Setting/monitor range
n-o, n-c
n-o, n-c
n-o, n-c
n-o, n-c
n-o, n-c
Display
Close
in alarm
Close
in alarm
Close
in alarm
Close
in alarm
Close
in alarm
Default
setting
Unit
−
−
−
−
−
Decimal point
position
−
−
−
−
−
Set value
Appendix
Appendix
D0
Display Auto-return Time
Display Refresh Period
Monitor Item Level Setting
Start Display Scan at Power ON Common
Display Scan Period
Common
1006
1008
100A
100C
100E
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
Common
Common
Common
Common
Bar Graph Display Item
1004
0002
CH
Attribute
MV Display Selection
Parameter
1002
Modbus
Address
0001
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Display Adjustment Level
Setting/monitor range
scan disabled))
sc-t H'00000000 to H'00000063 (0 to 99 (0: Display
H'00000001: ON (1)
sc-m H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000008: Expansion Control Setting Level: L.EXC (8)
H'00000007: Advanced Function Setting Level: L.ADF (7)
H'00000006: Communications Setting Level: L.5 (6)
H'00000005: Display Adjustment Level: L.4 (5)
H'00000004: Alarm Setting Level: L.3 (4)
H'00000003: Control Initial Setting 2 Level: L.2 (3)
H'00000002: Control Initial Setting Level: L.1 (2)
H'00000001: Input Initial Setting Level: L.0 (1)
monl H'00000000: Disabled: OFF (0)
H'00000004: 4 s (4)
H'00000003: 2 s (3)
H'00000002: 1 s (2)
H'00000001: 0.5 s (1)
d.ref H'00000000: OFF (0)
auto reset disabled) )
ret H'00000000 to H'00000063 (0 to 99 (0: Display
H'00000008: MV (Cooling): C-O (8)
H'00000007: MV (Heating)/Valve Opening: O (7)
H'00000006: Deviation: 100 EU/Segment (6)
H'00000005: Deviation: 20 EU/Segment (5)
H'00000004: Deviation: 10 EU/Segment (4)
H'00000003: Deviation: 1 EU/Segment (3)
SEG.T (2)
H'00000002: Elapsed Segment Time Percentage:
PRG.T (1)
H'00000001: Elapsed Program Time Percentage:
bart H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: Mv (Cooling) (1)
0 to 99
off, on
off, l.0,
l.1, l.2, l.3,
l.4, l.5,
l.adf, l.exc
off, 0.5, 1,
2, 4
0 to 99
100eu, o,
c-o
10eu, 20eu,
off, prgt,
segt,1eu,
o, c-o
Display
2
OFF
OFF
0.5
0
opening
MV/
Valve
Heating
Default
setting
−
−
−
−
−
−
Decimal point
position
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
odsl H'00000000: MV (Heating) (0)
Display
Seconds
−
−
Seconds
Seconds
−
Unit
Set value
Setting Lists
A-33
Appendix
A-34
1100
1102
1104
1106
1108
110A
110C
0000
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
Modbus
Address
Transmission Wait Time
Communications Parity
Communications Stop Bits
Communications Data Length
Communications Unit No.
Communications Speed
Protocol Selection
Parameter
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Attribute
Setting/monitor range
sdwt
prty
sbit
len
u-no
bps
H'00000001: Modbus: MOD (1)
H'00000000 to H'00000063 (0 to 99)
H'00000000: 9.6 (0)
H'00000001: 19.2 (1)
H'00000002: 38.4 (2)
H'00000000: 7 (0)
H'00000001: 8 (1)
H'00000000: 1 (0)
H'00000001: 2 (1)
H'00000000: None: NONE (0)
H'00000001: Even: EVEN (1)
H'00000002: Odd: ODD (2)
H'00000000 to H'00000063 (0 to 99)
psel H'00000000: CompoWay/F: CWF (0)
Display
0 to 99
none, e?en,
odd
1, 2
7, 8
0 to 99
9.6, 19.2, 38.4
cwf, mod
Display
20
EVEN
(1)
2
7
CWF
(0)
1
9.6
Default
setting
Bit
−
−
−
ms
Bit
−
−
−
kbps
−
−
−
−
Unit
Decimal point
position
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
*1 .... Changes in communications parameter settings become effective after resetting.
D1
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Communications Setting Level
Set value
Appendix
Appendix
−
1200
1202
1204
−
0000
0001
0002
D2
Modbus
Address
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
PF2 Setting
PF1 Monitor/Setting Item 1
Parameter Initialization
PF1 Setting
Parameter
Advanced Function Setting Level
CH
Common
Common
Common
Attribute
H'00000001: RUN (1)
H'00000002: RST (2)
H'00000003: R-R (3)
H'00000004: ARUN (4)
H'00000005: ARST (5)
H'00000006: HOLD (6)
H'00000007: AHON (7)
H'00000008: AHOF (8)
H'00000009: ADV (9)
H'0000000A: AADV (10)
H'0000000B: BAK (11)
H'0000000C: ABAK (12)
H'0000000D: AT (13)
H'0000000E: A-M (14)
H'0000000F: PRG (15)
H'00000010: PFDP (16)
H'00000011: CH (17)
pf2 Same as above
pf1.1 H'00000000: Disabled: OFF (0)
H'00000001: PV/Present Set Point/MV: PVSP
Only a fixed SP can be set. (1)
H'00000002: PV/Deviation: PVSP Monitor only (2)
H'00000003: Remaining Standby Time Monitor:
SEG.R monitor only (3)
H'00000004: Proportional Band (P): P setting is
enabled (4)
H'00000005: Integral Time (I): I setting is
enabled (5)
H'00000006: Differential Time (D): D setting is
enabled (6)
H'00000007: Alarm 1: AL-1 setting is enabled (7)
H'00000008: Alarm Upper Limit 1: AL1H setting
is enabled (8)
H'00000009: Alarm Upper Limit 1: AL1L setting
is enabled (9)
H'0000000A: Alarm 2: AL-2 setting is enabled (10)
H'0000000B: Alarm Upper Limit 2: AL2H setting
is enabled (11)
H'0000000C: Alarm Upper Limit 2: AL2L setting
is enabled (12)
H'0000000D: Alarm 3: AL-3 setting is enabled (13)
H'0000000E: Alarm Upper Limit 3: AL3H setting
is enabled (14)
H'0000000F: Alarm Upper Limit 3: AL3L setting
is enabled (15)
H'00000010: Alarm 4: AL-4 setting is enabled (16)
H'00000011: Alarm Upper Limit 4: AL4H setting
is enabled (17)
H'00000012: Alarm Upper Limit 4: AL4L setting
is enabled (18)
Setting/monitor range
off, pVsp,
pVdV, seg.r,
p, i, d,
al-1, al1h,
al1l,
al-2, al2h,
al2l,
al-3, al3h,
al3l,
al-4, al4h,
al4l,
Same as above
off, on
off, run,
rst, r-r,
arun, arst,
hold, ahon,
ahof, adV,
aadV, bak,
abak, at,
a-m, prg,
pfdp, ch
Display
*1
PVSP
(1)
OFF
R-R (3)
Default
setting
−
−
−
−
Decimal point
position
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
init OFF, ON
pf1 H'00000000: OFF (0)
Display
−
−
−
−
Unit
Set value
Setting Lists
A-35
Appendix
A-36
PF1 Monitor/Setting Item 2
PF1 Monitor/Setting Item 3
PF1 Monitor/Setting Item 4
PF1 Monitor/Setting Item 5
PF2 Monitor/Setting Item 1
PF2 Monitor/Setting Item 2
PF2 Monitor/Setting Item 3
PF2 Monitor/Setting Item 4
PF2 Monitor/Setting Item 5
Number of Enabled Channels
RAM Write Mode
Move to Calibration Level
1206
1208
120A
120C
120E
1210
1212
1214
1216
1218
−
−
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
0009
000A
000B
000C
−
−
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Common
Common
Common
Attribute
RAM Write Mode: RAM
cmoV −1999 to 9999
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
H'00000001 to H'00000004 (1 to 4)
Setting/monitor value
ramm Backup Mode: BKUP
pf1.2
pf1.3
pf1.4
pf1.5
pf2.1
pf2.2
pf2.3
pf2.4
pf2.5
ch-n
Display
-1999 to 9999
bkup, ram
1 to 4
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Display
0
BKUP
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
PVSP (1)
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
*2
Default
setting
*1 .... The default is "PRG" for models with one input channel and "CH" for models with 2 or 4 input channels.
*2 .... The initial setting for the number of enabled channels depends on the model, and is the maximum value of the configuration.
D2
Parameter
Modbus
Address
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Unit
Decimal point
position
Set value
Appendix
Appendix
D3
wt-m
alsp
pend
CH
CH
Common
CH
Wait Mode
Alarm SP Selection
Program End ON Time
SP Tracking
PID Set Automatic Selection
Data
PID Set Automatic Selection Hysteresis
PV Dead Band
Input 1 Cold Junction
Compensation
Input 2 Cold Junction
Compensation
Input 3 Cold Junction
Compensation
Input 4 Cold Junction
Compensation
α
PV Tracking
Manual Output Method
Manual MV Initial Value
MV Change Rate Limit Mode
1336
1338
133A
1302
1304
1306
1308
130A
130C
130E
1310
1314
1316
1318
131A
131C
001B
001C
001D
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
000A
000B
000C
000D
000E
pidh
p-db
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
H'00000001: Reset Status: RST (1)
H'00000002: Manual Mode: MANU (2)
H'00000003: Ramp Status: RUN (3)
H'00000004: Ramp Back: RMPB (4)
H'00000000: Reset: RST (0)
H'00000001: Continue: CONT (1)
H'00000002: Fixed SP Mode: FSP (2)
H'00000000: Wait at Segment End: SEND (0)
H'00000001: Always Wait: ALL (1)
H'00000000: Present Set Point: PSP (0)
H'00000001: Target SP: TSP (1)
H'FFFFFFFF to H'00000064 (−0.1 to 10.0
(−0.1: ON output continued))
H'00000000: OFF: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON: ON (1)
H'00000000: PV (0)
H'00000001: DV (1)
H'00000002: SP (2)
H'0000000A to H'0000270F (0.10 to 99.99)
H'00000000 to H'0001869F (0 to 99999)
orlm
mani
mant
alfa
pVtr
cjc.4
cjc.3
cjc.2
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000 to H'00000064 (0.00 to 1.00)
H'00000000: OFF: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON: ON (1)
H'00000000: MV Hold: HOLD (0)
H'00000001: Default Value Output: INIT (1)
Standard: H'FFFFFFCE to H'0000041A (−5.0
to 105.0)
Heating/Cooling: H'FFFFFBE6 to H'0000041A
(−105.0 to 105.0)
H'00000000: Mode 0: 0
H'00000001: Mode 1: 1
cjc.1 H'00000000: OFF (0)
pidi
CH
sptr
eset
CH
End Condition
1334
001A
Common
Common
Common
Common
CH
CH
Setting/monitor range
0, 1
-5.0 to 105.0
-105.0 to 105.0
hold, init
0.00 to 1.00
off, on
off, on
off, on
off, on
off, on
0.10 to 99.99
0 to 99999
pV, dV
on,
0.0 to 10.0
off, on
psp, tsp
send, all
rse, cont,
fsp
cont, stop,
manu
Display
0
HOLD
(0)
0.0
0.65
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
0.50
0
PV
(0)
OFF
0.0
SEND
(0)
PSP (0)
RST (0)
CONT
(0)
Default
setting
%
−
1
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
2
−
−
−
−
%FS
EU
−
−
2
According to
input type
−
−
−
−
−
Seconds
−
−
1
−
−
−
−
Unit
Decimal point
position
Setting/monitor values prefixed by "H'" are for setting and monitoring via communications.
p-on H'00000000: Continue: CONT (0)
Display
CH
Attribute
Operation at Power ON
Parameter
1300
Modbus
Address
0000
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Expansion Control Setting Level
Set value
Setting Lists
A-37
Appendix
A-38
D3
AT Calculated Gain
AT Hysteresis
Limit Cycle MV Amplitude
Temporary AT Excitation
Judgement Deviation
Bump-less at RUN
Operation at Potentiometer
Input Error
Disturbance Overshoot
Adjustment Function
1326
1330
1332
0013
0018
0019
Parameter
131E
1320
1322
1324
Modbus
Address
000F
0010
0011
0012
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Attribute
H'00000001 to H'00000064 (0.1 to 10.0)
H'00000001 to H'00000063 (0.1 to 9.9)
H'00000032 to H'000001F4 (5.0 to 50.0)
H'00000000 to H'000003E8 (0.0 to 100.0)
Setting/monitor range
H'00000001: ON (1)
pmec H'00000000: Stop: (0)
H'00000001: Continue: (1)
dost H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
rbmp H'00000000: OFF (0)
at-g
at-h
lcma
tate
Display
to
to
to
to
10.0
9.9
50.0
100.0
OFF
OFF
off, on
OFF
1.0
0.2
20.0
10.0
Default
setting
off, on
off, on
0.1
0.1
5.0
0.0
Display
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
%FS
%
%FS
Unit
1
1
1
1
Decimal point
position
Set value
Appendix
Appendix
DA
Program 1 Wait Band Lower Limit
Program 1 Program Repetitions
Program 1 Program Link
Destination
Program 1 Time Signal 1 Set
Segment 1
Program 1 Time Signal 1 ON
Time 1
Program 1 Time Signal 1 OFF
Time 1
Program 1 Time Signal 1 Set
Segment 2
Program 1 Time Signal 1 ON
Time 2
Program 1 Time Signal 1 OFF
Time 2
Program 1 Time Signal 1 Set
Segment 3
Program 1 Time Signal 1 ON
Time 3
Program 1 Time Signal 1 OFF
Time 3
Program 1 Time Signal 2 Set
Segment 1
~
Program 1 Time Signal 6 Set
Segment 1
~
Program 1 Time Signal 6 OFF
Time 3
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0010
0011
0012
0013
0014
0015
0016
0017
0018
0020
~
0060
~
0068
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Program 1 Alarm Set Number
Program 1 Wait Band Upper Limit
−
0001
Attribute
Program 1 Number of Segments CH
Used
Program 1 PID Set Number
CH
Parameter
−
Modbus
Address
0000
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Program Data
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Display
H'00000000 to H'0000270F (0 to 99999)
H'00000000 to H'00000020 (0 to 32 (0: No
Link))
H'00000000 (0) to Number of Segments (0:
Disabled)
H'00000000 to H'000026E7(0.00 to 99.59) or
H'00000000 to H'0001850F(0.00.0 to 99.59.9)
H'00000000 to H'000026E7(0.00 to 99.59) or
H'00000000 to H'0001850F(0.00.0 to 99.59.9)
H'00000000 (0) to Number of Segments (0:
Disabled)
H'00000000 to H'000026E7(0.00 to 99.59) or
H'00000000 to H'0001850F(0.00.0 to 99.59.9)
H'00000000 to H'000026E7(0.00 to 99.59) or
H'00000000 to H'0001850F(0.00.0 to 99.59.9)
H'00000000 (0) to Number of Segments (0:
Disabled)
H'00000000 to H'000026E7(0.00 to 99.59) or
H'00000000 to H'0001850F(0.00.0 to 99.59.9)
H'00000000 to H'000026E7(0.00 to 99.59) or
H'00000000 to H'0001850F(0.00.0 to 99.59.9)
The following are the same as Time Signal 1.
H'00000000 to H'0001869F (0 to 99999 (0: OFF))
H'00000000 to H'00000008 (0 to 8 (0:
automatic selection))
H'00000001 to H'00000004 (1 to 4)
H'00000000 to H'0001869F (0 to 99999 (0: OFF))
H'00000001 (1) to Number of Segments
Setting/monitor range
8
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0.00
0.00
0
0.00
0.00
0
0.00
0.00
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Default
setting
Display
Setting is possible only with CompoWay/F communications.
−
−
EU
−
−
According to
input type
According to
input type
−
−
times
−
According to program
time unit
According to program
time unit
According to program
time unit
According to program
time unit
−
According to program
time unit
According to program
time unit
−
−
−
−
−
EU
Unit
Decimal point
position
Set value
Setting Lists
A-39
A-40
DA
Program 1 Segment 1
Segment Set Point
Program 1 Segment 1
Segment Rate of Rise
Program 1 Segment 1
Segment Time
Program 1 Segment 1 Wait
Program 1 Segment 1
Segment Output 1
Program 1 Segment 1
Segment Output 2
Program 1 Segment 1
Segment Output 3
Program 1 Segment 1
Segment Output 4
Program 1 Segment 1
Segment Output 5
Program 1 Segment 1
Segment Output 6
Program 1 Segment 1
Segment Output 7
Program 1 Segment 1
Segment Output 8
Program 1 Segment 1
Segment Output 9
Program 1 Segment 1
Segment Output 10
Program 1 Segment 2
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 3
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 4
Segment Set Point
Program 1 Segment 5
Segment Set Point
~
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
0401
0402
0403
0410
0411
0412
0413
0414
0415
0416
0417
0418
0419
0800
~
0C00
~
1000
~
1400
~
Parameter
−
Modbus
Address
0400
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Program Data
Appendix
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Attribute
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Display
H'00000000 to H'000026E7(0.00 to 99.59) or
H'00000000 to H'0001850F(0.00.0 to 99.59.9)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
H'00000000: OFF (0)
H'00000001: ON (1)
The following is the same as Segment 1
H'00000000 to H'0001869F (0 to 99999)
SP setting lower limit to SP setting upper limit
Setting/monitor range
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Display
Setting is possible only with CompoWay/F communications.
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
0.00
0
0
Default
setting
EU
EU
Unit
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
According to program
time unit
−
−
According to
input type
According to
input type
Decimal point
position
Set value
Appendix
Appendix
DA
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
~
1C00
~
2000
~
2400
~
2800
~
2C00
~
3000
~
3400
~
3800
~
3C00
~
4000
~
4400
~
4800
~
Modbus
Address
1800
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Program 1 Segment 6
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 7
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 8
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 9
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 10
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 11
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 12
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 13
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 14
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 15
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 16
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 17
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 18
Segment Set Point
~
Parameter
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Attribute
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Display
Setting/monitor range
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Display
Default
setting
Decimal point
position
Unit
Set value
Setting Lists
A-41
Appendix
A-42
DA
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
~
5000
~
5400
~
5800
~
5C00
~
6000
~
6400
~
6800
~
6C00
~
7000
~
7400
~
7800
~
7C00
~
Modbus
Address
4C00
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Program 1 Segment 19
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 20
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 21
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 22
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 23
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 24
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 25
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 26
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 27
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 28
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 29
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 30
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 31
Segment Set Point
~
Parameter
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Attribute
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Display
Setting/monitor range
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Display
Default
setting
Decimal point
position
Unit
Set value
Appendix
Appendix
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
~
8019
0000
~
~
0000
~
DB
~
F9
DA
−
Modbus
Address
8000
CompoWay/F
Variable type Address
Program 1 Segment 32
Segment Set Point
~
Program 1 Segment 32
Segment Output 10
Program 2 Number of
Segments Used
~
~
Program 32 Number of
Segments Used
~
Parameter
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
Attribute
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Display
The following is the same as Program 1
Setting/monitor range
−
−
−
−
−
−
Display
Default
setting
Decimal point
position
Unit
Set value
Setting Lists
A-43
Changed parameter
A-44
O
O
−
O
O
−
Fixed SP
Dead Band
MV at Reset (Standard/Heating/Cooling)
MV at PV Error (Standard/Heating/Cooling)
−
−
−
−
−
−
O
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
O
−
MV Lower Limit (PID 1 to 8)
MV Display Selection
Bar Graph Display Item
Number of Enabled Channels
PV Dead Band
Manual MV Initial Value (Standard/Heating/Cooling)
O (*6)
MV Upper Limit (PID 1 to 8)
O (*6)
Integral Time
Alarm Lower Limit 1 to 4 (Alarm Set 1 to 4)
Alarm Upper Limit 1 to 4 (Alarm Set 1 to 4)
Alarm Values 1 to 4 (Alarm Set 1 to 4)
Input Correction 1 and 2
O
−
−
SP Mode
O
−
−
Manual MV (Standard/Heating/Cooling)
−
O (*5)
O (*5)
Transfer Output to 1 to 4 Lower Limit
O (*5)
O (*5)
O (*5)
Transfer Output to 1 to 4 Upper Limit
−
−
−
Auxiliary Output Assignment 1 to 4
O (*5)
−
−
Event Input Assignment 1 to 10
Input Adjustment Values 1 and 2
−
−
Control/Transfer Output Assignment 1 to 4
−
O
−
−
−
−
−
−
O (*6)
O
O (*5)
−
−
O
O
−
−
O (*5)
O (*5)
−
−
−
O (*5)
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
O
−
O
−
−
−
−
−
O (*5)
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
O (Lower limit of input setting range or Scaling Display Value 1) O (Lower limit of input setting range)
Remote SP Lower Limit
O (Scaling display value 1)
−
−
O (Upper limit of input setting range or Scaling Display Value 2) O (Upper limit of input setting range) O (Scaling Display Value 2)
Remote SP Upper Limit
O (*3)
−
O (*3)
−
O (*3)
−
−
O (Lower limit of sensor setting range or Scaling Display Value 1) O (Lower limit of sensor setting range) O (Scaling Display Value 1)
SP Lower Limit
Automatic Selection Range Upper Limit (PV/DV/SP) (PID 1 to 8)
−
−
−
−
O (Upper limit of sensor setting range or Scaling Display Value 2) O (Upper limit of sensor setting range) O (Scaling Display Value 2)
−
−
O (*2)
SP Upper Limit
Scaling Input Values 1 and 2
O
∆
O
O
O
O (*9)
O
−
∆
∆
∆
O
O
∆
∆
O
O
O (*5)
O (*5)
O
O
O
O (*4)
O (*4)
∆
∆
∆
∆
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
O (*8)
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Common
Input Type 1
Input Type 2
Input Type 3
Input Type 4
Position-proportional
control
Common
Temperature Unit 1
Temperature Unit 2
Temperature Unit 3
Temperature Unit 4
−
CH
Scaling Display Value 1
Scaling Display Value 2
Scaling Input Value 1
Scaling Input Value 2
Temperature input
CH
Decimal Point Position
Temperature input
CH
SP Upper Limit
SP Lower Limit
• No assignment
• Analog input
Common
Control Mode (*1)
No assignment
CH
Closed/Floating
Condition for not initializing parameters
Related parameters
Appendix
Appendix
■ Initialization Due to Changing Parameter Settings
Parameters that are initialized when the settings of related parameters are changed are listed in the
Related parameter column.
Meaning of Symbols: O: Initialized, −: Not initialized, ∆: Added channels initialized
Appendix
−
−
−
−
−
−
O
−
−
−
● (*13)
Number of Segments Used
Segment Editing
Segment Set Point
−
O
O
−
−
−
O
O
−
−
−
● (*13)
Segment Output 1 to 10
PID Set Number
Alarm Set Number
−
−
−
−
−
End Condition
−
O
Operation at Power ON
Time Signal 1 to 6 OFF Segment 1 to 3
Time Signal 1 to 6 ON Segment 1 to 3
Time Signal 1 to 6 Set Segment 1 to 3
Set Point Offset
●
−
−
−
O
−
−
SP Mode
−
−
−
Program Link Destination
−
−
−
Program Repetitions
Wait Band Lower Limit
Wait Band Upper Limit
−
−
−
−
−
Wait
−
O (*13)
−
O (*13)
−
Segment Rate of Rise
Segment Time
● (*13)
O
−
Program No.
Condition for not initializing parameters
O (*11)
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
O (*11)
∆
O
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
−
−
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
−
O (*11)
O (*11)
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
O
−
−
−
−
−
−
O (*11)
−
−
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
−
O (*11)
O (*11)
−
−
−
O (*11)
−
−
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
O (*11)
−
O (*11)
O (*11)
−
−
−
O (*10)
−
−
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
−
O (*10)
O
−
−
−
−
O (*15)
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
O (*12)
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
O (*10)
−
−
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
O (*10)
−
O (*10)
O
O
−
Common
Input Type 1
Input Type 2
Input Type 3
Input Type 4
−
Common
Temperature Unit 1
Temperature Unit 2
Temperature Unit 3
Temperature Unit 4
−
CH
Scaling Display Value 1
Scaling Display Value 2
Scaling Input Value 1
Scaling Input Value 2
−
CH
SP Upper Limit
SP Lower Limit
−
Common
Control Mode (*1)
PV Start
Common
Number of Enabled
Channels
Position proportional
control
Common
Independent Operation/
Coordinated Operation
−
Common
Number of Segments
(*10)
Temperature input
Common
Program Time Unit
• No assignment
• Analog input
Common
Step Time/Rate of
Rise Programming (*10)
No assignment
Related parameters
Changed parameter
Setting Lists
A-45
Appendix
*1: When the control mode is changed, added channels are initialized
in the same way as the related parameters for the Input Type
parameter (∆ on the previous page).
*2: This is the upper and lower limit of the sensor setting range. For a
temperature input, this is 4 to 20 mA.
*3: If this is PV or SP based on the PID Set Automatic Selection Data
parameter, then (setting upper limit + setting range × 0.1); if it is
DV, then (setting range × 1.1).
*4: Initialized only if the control mode is changed to proportional
control (Temperature: Initializes to upper and lower limits of
sensor setting range. Analog: Initializes to values set for Scaling
Display Values 1 and 2 parameters).
*5: Upper/lower limit of sensor setting range and Scaling Display
Values 1 and 2 parameters are initialized.
*6: The default setting is 0.
*7: The corresponding alarm type numbers in all alarm sets are
initialized to 0.
*8: If the Closed/Floating parameter is set to “Float” for positionproportional control, or if the Operation at Potentiometer Input
Error parameter is set to "Continue," this is initialized if the integral
time is 0.
*9: If the applicable channel is used for heating/cooling control, this is
−100%, otherwise it is 0%. (Therefore in cascade heating/cooling
control, the primary loop is 0% and the secondary loop is −100%.)
*10 All programs and segment parameters will be initialized.
*11 All programs and segment parameters will be initialized when the
Number of Segments parameter is changed.
*12 The following segments will be initialized when the Step Time/
Rate of Rise Programming parameter is set to rate of rise
programming. (Nothing will be initialized when this parameter is
set to step time.)
When Operation at Reset parameter is set to “Control Stop”: All
odd segments
When Operation at Reset parameter is set to “Fixed Control”: All
even segments
*13 The following segments will be initialized when the Step Time/
Rate of Rise Programming parameter is set to rate of rise
programming. All segments will be initialized when this parameter
is set to step time.
When Operation at Reset parameter is set to “Control Stop”: All
odd segments
When Operation at Reset parameter is set to “Fixed Control”: All
even segments
Appendix
*14 Initialized only when the Program Output Selection parameter is
set for segment outputs.
*15 Initialized only when the Program Output Selection parameter is
set for time signals.
A-46
Appendix
Program Output 10
Program Output 9
Program Output 8
Program Output 7
Program Output 6
Program Output 5
Program Output 4
Program Output 3
Program Output 2
Program Output 1
Segment
SP
Time
Program
Alarm Value 1:
Program No.:
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Time Setting and Program List
/2:
Program Repetitions:
/3:
Program Name:
/4:
Program Link Destination:
Program Time Unit: HH.MM, MM.SS, MM.SS.D
Setting Lists
A-47
Appendix
Parameter Charts
Protect Level
Power ON
Protect Level
l.prt
oapt OAPT:
Operation Adjustment
0
Protection: 0 to 4
M
ICPT:
icpt Initial Setting Protection:
0
0 to 2
M
M
WTPT:
Setting Change Protection:
wtpt
off OFF/ON
M
PFPT:
PF Key Protection:
OFF/ON
pfpt
off
Power ON
L+ M
L+ M
at least 3 seconds
Operation Level
L
less than 1 second
at least 1 second
L
L less than 1 second
Program Setting
Level
Adjustment
Level
less than
1 second
l.adi
CH
CH
25.0
0.0
manu
CH
M
25.0
0.0
01.01
CH
1
CH
hold
adV
back
CH
M
stbm
0.00
CH
M
prg.t
0.00
CH
0.00
CH
CH
M
seg.r
M
o
0.0
CH
M
c-o
0.0
CH
M
V-m
0.0
CH
s-no
8
r-r
M
a-m
auto
S-NO: Number of Segments Used
1 to Number of Segments
M
CH
ADV: Advance
OFF/ON
seg.n
SEG.N: Segment Editing
END
end
1
BACK: Back
OFF/ON
Segment 1
2
D
U
STBM: Remaining Standby
Time Monitor
CH
CH
SEG.T: Elapsed Segment Time
Monitor
SEG.R: Remaining Segment
Time Monitor
O:
MV Monitor (Heating)
C-O:
MV Monitor (Cooling)
V-M:
Valve Opening Monitor
sp
M
SP: Segment Set Point
SP Lower Limit to
SP Upper Limit
Segment Rate of Rise
pr PR:
0 to 99999
0.0
CH
RSP:
Remote SP Monitor
M
0.0
CH
RPTM: Program Repetition
Time Monitor
Number of
Segments Used
32
PRGT: Elapsed Program Time
Monitor
M
rst
CH
HOLD: Hold
OFF/ON
M
rsp
0.0
CH
M
CH
M
rptm
0
CH
PRG: Program No.
1 to 32
M
seg.t
Program 32
32
M
off
M
D
U
M
off
CH
Program 2
3
M
off
CH
2
PV/Present Set Point
Program No., Segment No.
M
0.00
CH
M
wait
off
CH
0.00.0 to 99.59.9
WAIT: Wait
OFF/ON
CH
M
alm
M
wtbh
0.0
CH
CH
M
SGG: 1
sgo.1 Segment Output 1
off
OFF/ON
CH
10
sgo.10 SGG:
Segment Output 10
off OFF/ON
pid
1
TIME: Segment Time
time 0.00 to 99.59 or
M
0
CH
PID: PID Set Number
0 to 8
ALM: Alarm Set Number
1 to 4*1
WTBH: Wait Band Upper Limit
0 to 99999
M
Wait Band Lower Limit
wtbl WTBL:
0.0 0 to 99999
M
Program Repetitions
rpt RPT:
0 to 99999
0
CH
AT: AT Execute/
at Cancel
CH
OFF/0 to 8
M CMWT: CommuniCH
cmwt cations Writing
off OFF/ON
M
CH
SP Mode
spmd SPMD:
PSP/RSP/FSP
M
CH
FSP: Fixed SP
fsp SP Lower Limit to SP
0.0
Upper Limit
M
CH
c-sc C-SC:
1.00 Cooling Coefficient
M 0.01 to 99.99
CH
Dead Band
c-db C-DB:
0.00 −19.99 to 99.99
M
M
CH
OF-R:
Oof-r Manual Reset Value
50.0
0.0 to 100.0
M
HYS:
CH
hys Hysteresis (Heating)
0.10 0.01 to 99.99
M
CH
CHYS:
chys Hysteresis (Cooling)
0.10
0.01 to 99.99
M
CH
CP: Control Period
cp (Heating)
20.0 0.2 to 99.0
M
CH
C-CP: Control Period
c-cp (Cooling)
20.0
0.2 to 99.0
M
CH
DB: Position Proportional
db Dead Band
2.0
0.1 to 10.0
M
CH
OC-H: Open/
oc-h Close Hysteresis
0.8
0.1 to 20.0
M
CH
STB:
stb Standby Time
0.00 0.00 to 99.59
M
MV-R: MV at Reset
mV-r −5.0 to 105.0
0.0
off
1
M
prg
CH
Program Editing
prg.n PRG.N:
Program 1
PV/Manual MV
(Position-proportional Control
Model: PV/Valve opening)*1
M
CH
M
M
M
isi.1
-200.0
CH
M
iss.1
0.00
CH
M
isi.2
1300.0
CH
M
iss.2
0.00
CH
M
dogn
0.65
CH
M
dotc
1.00
CH
M
do-b
0.000
CH
M
dojw
0.00
CH
ORL: MV Change Rate
0.0 to 100.0
CORL: MV Change
corl Rate Limit (Cooling)
0.0
CH
(Standard Model)*1
orl Limit (Heating)
0.0
CH
MV-E: MV at PV Error
mV-e −5.0 to 105.0
0.0
CH
(Standard Model)*1
M
spof
0.0
0.00 to 100.0
ISI.1: Input Value 1 for
Input Correction
−19999 to 99999
ISS.1:
Input Correction 1
−199.99 to 999.99
ISI.2: Input Value 2 for
Input Correction
−19999 to 99999
ISS.2:
Input Correction 2
−199.99 to 999.99
DOGN:
Disturbance Gain
−1.00 to 1.00
DOTC: Disturbance
Time Constant
0.01 to 99.99
DO-B: Disturbance
Rectification Band
0.000 to 9.999
DOJW: Disturbance
Judgement Width
−99.99 to 99.99
SPOF:
Set Point Offset
−19999 to 99999
M
Program Link Destination
link LINK:
0 to 32
0
M
*1 Position-proportional Control Model: Closed/Hold/Open (−1/0/1)
M
*1: 0 to 4 for channels 2 to 4 for coordinated operation or
secondary side for cascade control.
R-R: Run/Reset
RUN/RST
A-M: Auto/Manual
AUTO/MANU
Appendix
*1: In Manual Mode
L Key 3 seconds or more
Control stops
For the Input Initial Setting Level, refer to page A-50.
A-48
Parameter Charts
Protect Level
Power ON
Program
Setting Level
Operation
Level
Adjustment
Level
Input Initial
Setting Level
Control Initial
Setting Level
Advanced Function
Setting Level
Expansion Control
Setting Level
Adjustment 2
Level
L
Adjustment 2
Level
Control Initial
Setting 2 Level
0.0
M
lagp.3
0.0
M
M
lagp.4
0.0
M
maVp.1
1
M
maVp.2
1
M
maVp.3
1
M
maVp.4
1
M
sqrp.1
0.000
M
sqrp.2
0.000
M
sqrp.3
0.000
M
sqrp.4
0.000
M
ap.1
1.000
Alarm Setting
Level
Display Adjustment
Level
Time Signal
Setting Level
Approximation
Setting Level
Communications
Setting Level
Alarm Set Setting
Level
Time Signal
Setting Level
1 second
Approximation Setting
Level
l.alm
CH
1
Alarm Set 1
Alarm Set 2
2
Alarm Set 3
3
4
2
M
M
M
0
M
4.AL-1: Alarm Set 4
4.al-1 Alarm Value 1
0.0
−19999 to 99999
M
CH
4.AL1H: Alarm Set 4
4.al1h Alarm Upper Limit 1
0.0
−19999 to 99999
M
CH
4.AL1L: Alarm Set 4
4.al1l Alarm Lower Limit 1
0.0
−19999 to 99999
M
CH
4.AL4L: Alarm Set 4
4.al4l Alarm Lower Limit 4
0.0 −19999 to 99999
M
0.0
1.al1l
0.0
M
1.al4l
0.0
M
L less than
CH
M
M
CH
TSG1.6: Time Signal 6 Set
tsg1.6 Segment 1
0
0 to Number of Segments
M
CH
TON1.6: Time Signal 6 ON Time 1
ton1.6 0.00 to 99.59 or
0.00 0.00.0 to 99.59.9
M
CH
TOF1.6: Time Signal 6 OFF Time 1
tof1.6 0.00 to 99.59 or
0.00 0.00.0 to 99.59.9
M
CH
TOF3.6: Time Signal 6 OFF Time 3
tof3.6 0.00 to 99.59 or
0.00 0.00.0 to 99.59.9
M
ton1.1
0.00
CH
M
tof1.1
0.00
M
CH
tof3.1
0.00
M
L less than
1 second
−1.999 to 9.999
SO2.1: Straight-line
so2.1 Approximation 1 Output 2
1.000
tsg1.1
CH
−1.999 to 9.999
SO1.1: Straight-line
so1.1 Approximation 1 Output 1
0.000
Program 32
M
CH
1.al1h
CH
1.000
32
−1.999 to 9.999
Straight-line
si2.1 SI2.1:
Approximation 1 Input 2
D
U
Alarm Set 4
0.0
CH
M
Program 2
Program 3
3
M
M
si1.1 Approximation 1 Input 1
0.000
Program 1
1
1.al-1
CH
SI1.1: Straight-line
prg.n PRG.N: Program Editing
D
U
CH
l.tec
CH
d.alm D.ALM: Display Alarm Set Selection
M
−1.999 to 9.999
Straight-line
si1.2 SI1.2:
Approximation 2 Input 1
0.000
M
−1.999 to 9.999
SI2.2: Straight-line
si2.2 Approximation 2 Input 2
1.000
M
−1.999 to 9.999
Straight-line
so1.2 SO1.2:
Approximation 2 Output 1
0.000
M −1.999 to 9.999
SO2.2: Straight-line
so2.2 Approximation 2 Output 2
1.000
M
−1.999 to 9.999
FIO1.1: Broken-line
Approximation 1 Input 1
−1.999 to 9.999
Broken-line
fi20.1 FI20.1:
Approximation 1 Input 20
0.000
−1.999 to 9.999
M
FO01.1: Broken-line
fo01.1 Approximation 1 Output 1
0.000
−1.999 to 9.999
FO20.1: Broken-line
fo20.1 Approximation
1 Output 20
0.000
−1.999 to 9.999
fi01.1
0.000
1 second
PID Setting Level
l.pid
CH
PID Selection
d.pid Display
PID1
1
2
PID2
PID3
3
D
U
8
CH
M
1.p
10.00
CH
M
1.i
233.0
CH
M
1.d
40.0
CH
1.ol-h
CH
100.0
CH
CH
0.0
CH
1450.0
M
8.i
233.0
M
1.aut
M 8.P: PID8
8.p Proportional Band
10.00
M
1.ol-l
CH
PID8
M
8.d
0.00 to 999.99
(Standard)*1
8.I: PID8 Integral Time
0.0 to 3999.9 (Standard,
Position-proportional
(closed control))*2
8.D. PID8
Derivative Time
0.0 to 3999.9
CH
*1 Position-proportional Control Model: 0.01 to 999.99
*2 Position-proportional Control Model, floating:
+0.1 to 105.0 (Standard, Position-proportional
0.1 to 3999.9
(closed
control))*3
*3 Heating/Cooling: 0.0 to 105.0
M
8.OL-L: PID8 MV Lower Limit
*4
Heating/Cooling: −105.0 to 0.0
8.ol-l −5.0 to MV Lower Limit
0.0 MV Upper Limit −0.1 (Standard, PositionM proportional (closed control))*4
8.aut 8.AUT: PID8 Automatic Selection Range
1450.0 Upper Limit
−19999 to 99999
8.OL-H: PID8 MV Upper Limit
8.ol-h MV Lower Limit
100.0
CH
CH
Appendix
0.0
M
lagp.2
LAGP.1: First Order Lag
Operation 1: Time Constant
0.0 to 999.9
LAGP.2: First Order Lag
Operation 2: Time Constant
0.0 to 999.9
LAGP.3: First Order Lag
Operation 3: Time Constant
0.0 to 999.9
LAGP.4: First Order Lag
Operation 4: Time Constant
0.0 to 999.9
MAVP.1: Move Average 1
Move Average Count
1/2/4/8/16/32
MAVP.2: Move Average 2
Move average count
1/2/4/8/16/32
MAVP.3: Move Average 3
Move Average Count
1/2/4/8/16/32
MAVP.4: Move Average 4
Move Average Count
1/2/4/8/16/32
SQRP.1: Extraction of
Square Root 1 Low-cut Point
0.000 to 9.999
SQRP.2: Extraction of
Square Root 2 Low-cut
point
SQRP.3: Extraction of
Square Root 3 Low-cut Point
0.000 to 9.999
SQRP.4: Extraction of
Square Root 4 Low-cut Point
0.000 to 9.999
AP.1: Analog Parameter
Control Rate
−1.999 to 9.999
PID Setting
Level
L less than
less than
1 second
l.ad2
lagp.1
Alarm Set
Setting Level
L Key 1 second or more
Control starts
A-49
Appendix
L Key 3 seconds or more
Input Initial Setting
Level
L less than 1 second
L less than 1 second
Control Initial
Setting Level
l.0
c
M
I1DU: Input 1 Temperature Units
°C/°F
M
co1-t
Input 2 Type
i2-t I2-T:
0 to 19
1
2
M
c
M
M
co2-t
I2DU: Input 2 Temperature Units
°C/°F
M
Input 3 Type
i3-t I3-T:
0 to 19
1
M
M
i3du
c
1
M
2
M
co3-t
1
CH
CH
2
i4du
c
CH
M
inp.1
4
CH
CH
20
CH
M
INP.1:
Scaling Input Value 1
*1 Temperature:
Analog:
*2 Temperature:
INP.2:
Scaling Input Value 2
DSP.2: Scaling Display Value 2
Scaling Display Value 1 +
100 1 to 99999
Analog:
M
M
dp
M
rsph
1300.0
trh.4 TRH.4:
Oout.4 Transfer Output 4
0
trl.4 TRL.4:
0 to 32
OUT.4: Control/
Assignment
0 to 32
Event input 1
eV.1 EV.1:
Assignment
0
0 to 81
EV.10: Event Input
eV.10 10 Assignment
0
0 to 81
Transfer Output 4 Upper Limit
M
Transfer Output 4 Lower Limit
M
M
float
Closed: CLOSE
PMOD: Independent Operation/
pmod Coordinated Operation
mult Independent Operation: MULT/
M Coordinated Operation: SNGL
M
snum
SNUM: Number of Segments
8/12/16/20/32
T-U: Program Time Unit
Hour, Minute: HHMM/
hhmm Minute, Second: MMSS/
Minute, Second, Decisecond: MMSSD
M
Step Time/Rate of Rise Programming
t-pr T-PR:
Step time: TIME
time Rate of rise programming: PR
M
PRU: Time Unit of Ramp Rate
pru 10 hours: 10H
m Hour: H/Minute: M/Second: S
M
PVST: PV Start
CH
pVst SP Start: SP/
sp PV Start (slope priority): PV-R
M PV Start (time priority): PV-T
Operation at Reset
rstm RSTM:
Stop control: STOP
stop
Fixed control: FSP
M
Set Point Selection
spsl SPSL:
Present set point: PSP
psp Present value: PV
16
M
t-u
*3 1 / 4 input: Standard (0)/heating or cooling (1)
2 input:
Standard (0)/heating or cooling (1)/
Standard with remote SP (2)/
Heating or cooling (3) with remote SP/
Proportional (4)/Cascade standard (5)/
Cascade heating or cooling (6)
LAG.1: First Order Lag
Operation 1 Enabled
OFF/ON
lag.4 LAG.4: First Order Lag
off Operation 4 Enabled
OFF/ON
lag.1
off
M
SBO.1: Auxiliary Output
1 Assignment
0 to 84
sbo.10 SBO.10: Auxiliary
M
0 Output 10 Assignment
0 to 84
M PSOT
Program Output Selection
psot Segment Output: SGO/
sgo
Segment number ouput: SGN/
M Time Signal: TSG
trh.1 TRH.1:
Transfer Output 1 Upper
Limit
M
trl.1 TRL.1:
Transfer Output 1 Lower
Limit
M
TRH.2:
trh.2 Transfer Output 2 Upper
Limit
M
TRL.2:
trl.2 Transfer Output 2 Lower
Limit
M
TRH.3:
trh.3 Transfer Output 3 Upper
Limit
M
TRL.3:
trl.3 Transfer Output 3 Lower
Limit
sbo.1
1
M
MAV.1: Movement
Average 1 Enabled
OFF/ON
Movement
maV.4 MAV.4:
off Average 4 Enabled
OFF/ON
maV.1
off
M
SQR.1: Extraction of
Square Root 1 Enabled
OFF/ON
Extraction of
sqr.4 SQR.4:
off Square Root 4 Enabled
OFF/ON
sqr.1
off
M SCL.1: Straight-line
1 Enabled
scl.1 Approximation
OFF/ON
on
Straight-line
scl.2 SCL.2:
Approximation 2 Enabled
on
M
OFF/ON
fnc.1 FNC.1: Broken-line
off
M
CH
Approximation 1 Enabled
OFF/ON
Motor Calibration
calb CALB:
OFF/ON
off
M
CH
Travel Time
mot MOT:
1 to 999
30
M
DP: Decimal Point Position
0 to 4
RSPH: Upper Limit of Sensor
Setting Range*1
M
Advanced function
Setting Level
Lower Limit of Sensor
rspl RSPL:
Setting Range*1
CH
M
PVDP:
PV Decimal Point Display
on OFF/ON
M
init
SNC: Sensor Induction Noise
Reduction
50hz 50Hz/60Hz
M
0
Temperature:
Analog:
L less than 1 second
INIT:
Parameter Initialization
M
pf1
a-m
M
pf2
r-s
CH
M
CH
Expansion control
Setting Level
Power ON
CH
PF2: PF2 Setting
*1
M
pf1.1
1
M
CH
PF1.2:
PF1 Monitor/Setting Item 2
*2
CH
PF1.5: PF1 Monitor/
pf1.5 Setting Item 5
0 *2
CH
pf2.1 PF2.1:
PF2 Monitor/Setting Item 1
1 *2
M
PF2.2:
PF2 Monitor/Setting Item 2
0
*2
CH
PF2.5:
pf2.5 PF2 Monitor/Setting Item 5
0 *2
pf2.2
M
M
ramm
CH-N:
Number of Enabled Channels
1 to 4
RAMM: RAM Write Mode
Backup Mode: BKUP
bkup RAM Write Mode: RAM
M
CMOV:
Move to Calibration Level
0 −1999 to 9999
*1: OFF/RUN/RST/R-R/ARUN/ARST/HOLD/
AHON/AHOF/ADV/AADV/BAK/ABAK/
AT/A-M/PRG/PFDP/CH
*2: OFF/PVSP/PVDV/SEG.R/P/I/D/AL-1/
AL1H/AL1L/AL-2/AL2H/AL2L/AL-3/
AL3H/AL3L/AL-4/AL4H/AL4L
RMPB
CH
CH
SEND/ALL
M
alsp ALSP: Alarm SP Selection
M
M
PEND:
pidi
M
pidh
M
p-db
0.0
PIDI: PID Set Automatic
Selection Data
PV/DV/SP
PIDH: PID Set Automatic
Selection Hysteresis
0.10 to 99.99
P-DB: PV Dead Band
0 to 99999
CJC.1: Input 1 Cold
Junction Compensation
OFF/ON
cjc.4 CJC.4: Input 4 Cold
on Junction Compensation
OFF/ON
M
CH
alfa ALFA: α
0.65 0.00 to 1.00
on
M
HOLD/INIT
MANI: Manual MV Initial Value
mani Standard Type: −5.0 to 105.0
0.0
M
Heating/cooling: −105.0 to 105.0
ORLM:
orlm MV Change Rate Limit Mode
0
CH
at-g AT-G: AT Calculated Gain
M
M
1.0
Mode 0:0/Mode 1:1
0.1 to 10.0
M
CH
at-h AT-H: AT Hysteresis
CH
lcma LCMA: Limit Cycle MV Amplitude
0.2
CH
M
M
TATE: Temporary AT Execute
0.0 to 100.0
rbmp RBMP: Bumpless at Run
off
CH
5.0 to 50.0
tate Judgement Deviation
10.0
CH
0.1 to 9.9
M
20.0
M
cjc.1
M
CH
PSP/TSP
ON/0.0 to 10.0
M
sptr SPTR: SP Tracking
off OFF/ON
0.50
CH
CH
OFF/ON
mant MANT: Manual Output Method
hold
wt-m WT-M: Wait Mode
pV
CH
CH
RST/CONT/FST
pend Program End ON Time
pVtr PVTR: PV Tracking
off
M
0.0
M
pf1.2
ch-n
M
psp
PF1.1:
PF1 Monitor/Setting Item 1
*2
CH
eset ESET: End Condition
send
CH
l.exc
P-ON:
Operation at Power On
p-on CONT/RST/MANU/RUN/
cont
rst
M
CH
L less than 1 second
CH
PF1: PF1 Setting
*1
0
Password: −169
CH
off OFF/ON
AMOV:
Move to Advanced
Function Setting Level
−1999 to 9999
Lower limit of sensor Setting range
to upper limit of sensor Setting range
Larger of −19999 and display value
equivalent to input lower limit to
smaller of 99999 and display value
equivalent to input upper limit
L less than 1 second
l.adf
snc
Appendix
Oout.1 Output 1 Assignment
0
Closed/Floating
clfl CLFL:
Floating: FLOAT/
SP lower limit +1 to upper limit of
sensor Setting range
SP lower limit + 1 to smaller of
99999 and display value
equivalent to input upper limit
Lower limit of sensor Setting range
to SP upper limit −1
Larger of −19999 and display value
equivalent to input lower limit to
SP upper limit −1
-200.0
A-50
l.2
OUT.1: Control/Transfer
OREV:
Direct Reverse Operation
Reverse: OR-R/Direct: OR-D
dsp.2
0
CH
M
sl-l SL-L: SP Lower Limit*2
0
M
CH
CH
0 to 20 mA (0)/4 to 20 mA (1)
sl-h SL-H: SP Upper Limit*1
mode MODE: Control Mode*3
I4DU: Input 4 Temperature Units
°C/°F
DSP.1: Scaling Display Value 1
−19999 to Scaling Display
0 Value 2-1
M
CO4-T: Linear Current
-200.0
dsp.1
inp.2
M
M
M
CH
Linear current output (1)
CO1-T: Linear Current
Output 1 Type
0 to 20 mA (0)/4 to 20 mA (1)
CO2-T: Linear Current
Output 2 Type
0 to 20 mA (0)/4 to 20 mA (1)
CO3-T: Linear Current
Output 3 Type
0 to 20 mA (0)/4 to 20 mA (1)
1300.0
M
Input 4 Type
i4-t I4-T:
0 to 19
M
Linear current output (1)
O3-T: Output 3 Type
co4-t Output 4 Type
I3DU: Input 3 Temperature Units
°C/°F
oreV
Oor-r
o3-t Voltage output (for driving SSR) (0)/
0
M
i2du
CH
O1-T: Output 1 Type
o1-t Voltage output (for driving SSR) (0)/
0
2
M
Control Initial Setting
2 Level
l.1
Input 1 Type
i1-t I1-T:
0 to 19
i1du
Control stops
M
Disabled: OFF/Enabled: ON
PMEC: Operation at
pmec Potentiometer Input Error
off
M
Stop: OFF/Continue: ON
Disturbance Overshoot
dost DOST:
Adjustment Function
off
OFF/ON
Parameter Charts
For Input Initial Setting Level, refer to page A-50.
Control starts
L key 1 second or more
L less than
1 second
L less than
1 second
Alarm Setting
Level
Display Adjustment
Level
l.3
Alarm 1 Type
alt1 ALT1:
0 to 11
CH
2
CH
M
Alarm 1 Latch
a1lt A1LT:
OFF/ON
M
alh1
0.02
CH
M
alt2
2
CH
Nn-o
ALH1:
Alarm 1 Hysteresis
0.01 to 99.99
CH
ALT2: Alarm 2 Type
0 to 11
CH
M
Alarm 2 Latch
a2lt A2LT:
OFF/ON
M CH
M
ALH2:
alh2 Alarm 2 Hysteresis
0.02
M
CH
CH
M
sb4n
M
sb5n
M
sb6n
Nn-o
M
Alarm 3 Latch
a3lt A3LT:
OFF/ON
CH
M
sb7n
Nn-o
M
ALH3:
alh3 Alarm 3 Hysteresis
0.02
0.01 to 99.99
M
Alarm 4 Type
alt4 ALT4:
2 0 to 11
CH
M
alh4
0.02
M
sb8n
M
sb9n
Nn-o
M
Alarm 4 Latch
a4lt A4LT:
OFF/ON
M
Nn-o
CH
CH
M
sb10n
off
CH
sb3n
Nn-o
CH
off
CH
M
Nn-o
CH
2
CH
sb2n
Nn-o
CH
0.01 to 99.99
Alarm 3 Type
alt3 ALT3:
0 to 11
M
Nn-o
off
CH
M
sb1n
Nn-o
ALH4:
Alarm 4 Hysteresis
0.01 to 99.99
Power ON
l.5
l.4
odsl ODSL: MV Display Selection
o
a
CH
off
CH
CH
Standby Sequence Reset
rest REST:
Condition A/Condition B
Communications
Setting Level
Protocol Selection
psel PSEL:
CWF/MOD
MV (heating): O/MV (cooing): C-O
cwf
M
M
Bar Graph Display Item
bart BART:
*1
SB1N: Auxiliary Output 1 Open in Alarm
Close in alarm: N-O/
Open in alarm: N-C
SB2N: Auxiliary Output 2 Open in Alarm
Close in alarm: N-O/
Open in alarm: N-C
SB3N: Auxiliary Output 3 Open in Alarm
Close in alarm: N-O/
Open in alarm: N-C
SB4N: Auxiliary Output 4 Open in Alarm
Close in alarm: N-O/
Open in alarm: N-C
SB5N: Auxiliary Output 5 Open in Alarm
Close in alarm: N-O/
Open in alarm: N-C
SB6N: Auxiliary Output 6 Open in Alarm
Close in alarm: N-O/
Open in alarm: N-C
SB7N: Auxiliary Output 7 Open in Alarm
Close in alarm: N-O/
Open in alarm: N-C
SB8N: Auxiliary Output 8 Open in Alarm
Close in alarm: N-O/
Open in alarm: N-C
SB9N: Auxiliary Output 9 Open in Alarm
Close in alarm: N-O/
Open in alarm: N-C
SB10N: Auxiliary Output 10 Open in Alarm
Close in alarm: N-O/
Open in alarm: N-C
u-mo
o
1
M
M
Display Auto-return Time
ret RET:
0 to 99
0
M
Display Refresh Period
d.ref D.REF:
OFF/0.5/1/2/4
M
0.5
M
monl MONL:
Monitor Item Level Setting*2
off
M
sc-m SC-M:
Start Display Scan at Power ON
off
M
sc-t
2
bps
9.6
(0: Display auto-return disabled)
OFF/ON
SC-T: Display Scan Period
0 to 99
M
M
len
U-NO:
Communications Unit No.
0 to 99
BPS:
Communications Speed
9.6/19.2/38.4
LEN: Communications
Data Length
7 7/8
M
sbit
2
M
prty
eVen
M
SBIT:
Communications Stop Bit
1/2
PRTY:
Communications Parity
NONE/EVEN/ODD
sdwt SDWT:
Transmission Wait Time
20
0 to 99
*1 OFF
Elapsed program time percentage: PRG.T
Elapsed segment time percentage: SEG.T
Deviation: 1 EU
Deviation: 10 EU
Deviation: 20 EU
Deviation: 100 EU
MV (Heating): Valve opening: O
MV (Cooling): C-O
*2 Disabled: OFF
Input Initial Setting Level:
L.0
Control Initial Setting Level:
L.1
Control Initial Setting 2 Level:
L.2
Alarm Setting Level:
L.3
Display Adjustment Level:
L.4
Communication Setting Level:
L.5
Advanced Function Setting Level: L.ADF
Expansion Control Setting Level:
L.EXC
Protect Level
Operation
Level
Program
Setting Level
Input Initial
Setting Level
Control Initial
Setting Level
Advanced
Function
Setting Level
Expansion
Control
Setting Level
Adjustment
Level
Adjustment
2 Level
Control Initial
Setting 2 Level
Alarm Set
Setting Level
Alarm Setting
Level
PID Setting
Level
Display
Adjustment
Level
Time Signal
Setting Level
Approximation
Setting Level
Communications
Setting Level
Appendix
CH
L less than
1 second
A-51
Appendix
Appendix
A-52
Index
A
B
addresses
CompoWay/F communications, 6-8, A-6
Modbus communications, 7-8, A-6
Adjustment 2 Level, 8-33, A-17
Adjustment Level, 8-22, A-16
Advance, 5-30, 8-11
CompoWay/F communications, 6-35
Advanced Function Setting Level, 8-88, A-35
advancing program operations, 5-30
Alarm * Hysteresis, 8-77
Alarm * Latch, 8-76
Alarm * Type, 8-75
alarm hysteresis, 5-25
alarm latch, 5-26
Alarm Latch Cancel
CompoWay/F communications, 6-33
Modbus communications, 7-32
Alarm Set * Alarm Lower Limits, 8-38
Alarm Set * Alarm Upper Limits, 8-38
Alarm Set * Alarm Values, 8-37
Alarm Set Number, 8-20
Alarm Set Setting Level, 8-36, A-18
alarm sets, 4-39, 5-8
Alarm Setting Level, 8-74, A-31
Alarm SP Selection, 8-97
alarm types, 4-38
alarm values, 4-39
alarms
close in alarm/open in alarm, 5-27
SP selection, 5-26
Alpha, 8-100
analog input calibration, 9-8
Analog Parameter 1 (Control Rate), 8-35
Approximation Setting Level, 8-46, A-22
ASCII table, A-5
AT
See auto-tuning
AT Calculated Gain, 8-102
AT Cancel
CompoWay/F communications, 6-28
Modbus communications, 7-27
AT Execute
CompoWay/F communications, 6-27
Modbus communications, 7-26
AT Execute/Cancel, 8-23
AT Hysteresis, 8-102
Auto/Manual, 4-43, 4-49, 5-42, 8-15
CompoWay/F communications, 6-31
Modbus communications, 7-30
Automatic Selection Range Upper Limit, 5-10, 8-42
auto-tuning, 4-33, 8-23
Auxiliary Output * Assignment, 8-67
Auxiliary Output * Open in Alarm, 5-27, 8-79
Auxiliary Output Assignments, 1-12, 4-37
auxiliary outputs
terminals, 2-12
Back, 8-11
CompoWay/F communications, 6-36
backing program operations, 5-31
Bar Graph Display Item, 8-81
broken-line approximation, 5-6, 8-48
Broken-line Approximation 1 Enabled, 8-72
Bumpless at RUN, 8-103
C
calibration data
registering, 9-4
cascade heating/cooling control, 1-10, 4-17
cascade open/cascade close control, 8-24
cascade standard control, 1-10, 4-17
CH2 operation indicator, 1-6
changing channels, 4-50
channel indicator, 1-5
close in alarm/open in alarm, 5-26
closed control, 4-18
Closed/Floating, 4-18, 8-59
CMW operation indicator, 1-6
cold junction compensator
connecting, 9-5
commands and responses
CompoWay/F communications, 6-17
Modbus communications, 7-20
communications
monitor settings, A-7
program status, A-10
status, A-8
terminals, 2-16
Communications Data Length, 8-86
Communications Monitor, A-12
Communications Parity, 8-86
Communications Protocol Selection, 8-85
Communications Setting Level, 8-84, A-34
Communications Speed, 8-85
Communications Stop Bits, 8-86
Communications Unit No., 8-85
Communications Writing, 5-50, 8-23
CompoWay/F communications, 6-26
Modbus communications, 7-24
Communications Writing OFF/ON, 5-39
Composite Read from Variable Area
CompoWay/F communications, 6-19
Composite Read Registration
CompoWay/F communications, 6-24
Composite Read Registration Confirmation
CompoWay/F communications, 6-25
Composite Registration Read
CompoWay/F communications, 6-25
CompoWay/F communications, 6-2
Control Initial Setting 2 Level, 8-63, A-26
Control Initial Setting Level, 8-55, A-24
Control Mode, 8-58
control modes, 4-15
Control Period, 4-20
Control Period (Cooling), 8-27
Control Period (Heating), 8-27
control ranges, A-4
Control/Transfer Output Assignments, 1-11, 4-21, 8-
event inputs, 5-39
terminals, 2-14
examples
typical control, 3-1
Expansion Control Setting Level, 8-94, A-37
Extraction of Square Root * Enabled, 8-71
Extraction of Square Root * Low-cut Point, 8-35
extraction of square root operations, 5-7
64
control/transfer outputs
terminals, 2-11
Controller Attribute Read
CompoWay/F communications, 6-36
Controller Status Read
CompoWay/F communications, 6-38
Cooling Coefficient, 8-25
cooling coefficient, 4-16
coordinated operation, 3-7, 5-12
correction
two-point, 5-3
F
FINS command error, 6-5
FINS-mini Commands
CompoWay/F, 6-6
first order lag operation, 5-5
First Order Lag Operation * Enabled, 8-70
First Order Lag Operation * Time Constant, 8-34
Fixed SP, 8-24
floating control, 4-18
frames
CompoWay/F communications, 6-4
front panel, 1-4
function codes
Modbus communications, 7-7
Function Key 1, 1-7
Function Key 2, 1-7
functions
Modbus communications, 7-7
D
Dead Band, 8-25
dead band, 4-15, 4-18
Decimal Point Position, 8-51
Derivative Time, 8-40
dimensions, 2-2
direct operation, 4-20
direct operation (cooling), 1-10
Direct/Reverse Operation, 8-58
Display Adjustment Level, 8-80, A-33
Display Alarm Setting Level, 8-37
Display Auto-return Time, 8-82
display No. 1, 1-5
display No. 2, 1-5
display No. 3, 1-5, 4-5
Display PID Selection, 8-40
display ranges, A-4
Display Refresh Period, 8-82
display scan, 5-18
Display Scan Period, 8-83
Disturbance Gain, 5-13, 8-32
Disturbance Judgment Width, 8-32
disturbance overshoot adjustment, 5-13
Disturbance Overshoot Adjustment Function, 8-104
Disturbance Rectification Band, 8-32
Disturbance Time Constant, 5-13, 8-32
Down Key, 1-7
E
Echoback Test
CompoWay/F communications, 6-39
Modbus communications, 7-35
EEPROM error, 10-3
Elapsed Program Time Monitor, 8-12
Elapsed Segment Time Monitor, 8-12
end codes
CompoWay/F communications, 6-5
End Condition, 5-38, 8-95
error messages, 10-3
Event Input Assignments, 1-9, 5-39, 8-66
H
heating/cooling control, 1-10, 4-15
heating/cooling control with remote SP, 1-10, 4-16
Hold, 8-10
holding program operations, 5-30
hysteresis, 4-31
Hysteresis (Cooling), 8-26
Hysteresis (Heating), 8-26
I
I/O configuration, 1-8
independent operation, 5-11
Independent Operation/Coordinated Operation, 8-59
inferring causes from conditions
abnormal measured values, 10-5
Initial Setting Protection, 5-24, 8-4
initialization due to setting changes, A-44
Input * Cold Junction Compensation, 8-99
Input * Temperature Units, 8-51
Input * Type, 8-50
input correction, 5-2
Input Correction 1, 8-31
Input Correction 2, 8-31
input error, 10-3
Input Initial Setting Level, 8-49, A-23
input type, 4-10
input type switch
error, 10-3
location, 1-9
Input Value 1 for Input Correction, 8-31
Input Value 2 for Input Correction, 8-31
MV limits, 5-15
MV Lower Limit, 8-41
MV Monitor (Cooling), 8-14
MV Monitor (Heating), 8-13
MV Upper Limit, 8-41
inputs
terminals, 2-10
inspecting indicator accuracy, 9-14
installation procedure, 2-3
insulation blocks, 2-17
Integral Time, 8-40
N
K
key operation, 5-39
keys
description, 1-7
using, 1-7
Number of Enabled Channels, 8-92
Number of Segments, 4-23, 8-60
Number of Segments Used, 4-24, 8-17
O
obtaining input shift values, 5-3
ON/OFF control, 4-31
Open/Close Hysteresis, 4-18, 8-28
Operation Adjustment Protection, 5-23, 8-4
Operation at Potentiometer Error, 8-104
Operation at Potentiometer Input Error, 4-19
Operation at Power ON, 4-42, 8-95
Operation at Reset, 4-41, 8-62
operation commands
CompoWay/F communications, 6-13
Modbus communications, 7-15
operation indicators, 1-6
Operation Level, 8-6, A-13
OUT1 operation indicator, 1-6
OUT2 operation indicator, 1-6
OUT3 operation indicator, 1-6
OUT4 operation indicator, 1-6
Output * Type, 8-56
Output Assignments, 4-21
output calibration, 9-12
output state at error, 10-3
output type, 4-21
overlap band, 4-15, 8-25, 10-8
L
Level Key, 1-7
limit cycle, 4-35
Limit Cycle MV Amplitude, 8-102
Linear Current Output * Type, 8-56
list of services
CompoWay/F communications, 6-6
M
MANU operation indicator, 1-6
Manual Mode, 4-47
Manual MV, 8-7
Manual MV Initial Value, 8-101
manual operation, 4-47
Manual Output Method, 8-101
Manual Reset Value, 8-26
manual settings, 4-36
Modbus communications, 7-2
Mode Key, 1-7
Monitor Item Level Setting, 8-82
monitor values
reading
CompoWay/F communications, 6-17
Modbus communications, 7-20
monitor/setting items, 5-21
Motor Calibration, 8-72
motor calibration, 4-18
motor calibration error, 10-3
Move Average * Move Average Count, 8-34
Move to Advanced Function Setting Level, 8-54
Move to Calibration Level, 8-93
Move to Protect Level
CompoWay/F communications, 6-31
Modbus communications, 7-30
Move to Setting Area 1
CompoWay/F communications, 6-30
Modbus communications, 7-29
Movement Average * Enabled, 8-70
moving average, 5-5
MV at Error, 5-17
MV at PV Error, 5-17, 8-29
MV at Reset, 5-17, 8-29
MV change rate limit, 5-16
MV Change Rate Limit (Cooling), 8-30
MV Change Rate Limit (Heating), 8-30
MV Change Rate Limit Mode, 8-102
MV Display Selection, 8-81
P
panel cutout dimensions, 2-2
Parameter Initialization, 8-89
CompoWay/F communications, 6-32
Modbus communications, 7-31
parameters
saving, 4-4
part names and functions, 1-4
PF Key Protection, 5-24, 8-4, 8-5
PF settings, 5-20
PF1 Monitor/Setting Items, 8-91
PF1 Setting, 8-89
PF2 Monitor/Setting Items, 8-91
PF2 Setting, 8-89
PID set automatic selection, 5-10
PID Set Automatic Selection Data, 8-98
PID Set Automatic Selection Hysteresis, 8-98
PID Set Number, 8-19
PID sets, 1-2, 5-10
PID Setting Level, 8-39, A-19
PID* Automatic Selection Range Upper Limit, 8-42
position-proportional control, 4-16
Position-proportional Dead Band, 4-18, 8-27
potentiometer input
terminals, 2-14
potentiometer input error, 10-3
power supply
terminals, 2-10
precautions
operating precautions, 4-52
wiring, 2-9
Present Value (PV)/Present Set Point, 8-9
procedures
using two-point correction, 5-3
program data, A-39
Program Editing, 8-17, 8-44
Program End ON Time, 8-97
program end output, 5-36
Program Execution Repetition Monitor, 8-12
Program Link Destination, 8-21
program links, 5-31
Program No., 8-10
program number, 5-40
Program Output Selection, 8-68
Program Repetitions, 8-21
program repetitions, 5-31
Program Setting Level, 8-16, A-14
program settings, 3-5, 4-23
program status
communications, A-10
Program Time Unit, 8-60
Proportional Band, 8-40
proportional control, 1-10, 4-16
Protect Key, 1-7
Protect Level, 8-3, A-12
protection, 5-23
pulling out the Controller, 2-3
PV Dead Band, 8-99
PV Decimal Point Display, 8-53
PV Start, 8-61
PV start, 5-37
PV Tracking, 8-100
R
RAM Write Mode, 8-92
ramp back, 4-42
rate of rise programming, 5-28
ratings, A-2
reading
monitor values
CompoWay/F communications, 6-17
Modbus communications, 7-20
set values
CompoWay/F communications, 6-18
Modbus communications, 7-21
Remaining Segment Time Monitor, 8-12
Remaining Standby Time Monitor, 8-12
Remote SP Lower Limit, 8-52
Remote SP Monitor, 8-13
Remote SP Upper Limit, 8-52
resetting
operation, 4-41
resistance thermometer calibration, 9-10
reverse operation, 4-20
reverse operation (heating), 1-10
RS-485, 2-16
RSP input error, 10-3
RSP operation indicator, 1-6
RST operation indicator, 1-6
Run/Reset, 8-15
CompoWay/F communications, 6-26
Modbus communications, 7-25
Run/Reset Key, 1-7
S
Save RAM Data
CompoWay/F communications, 6-30
Modbus communications, 7-28
scaling, 4-11
Scaling Display Values, 8-51
Scaling Input Values, 8-51
Segment Editing, 8-18
segment number output, 5-36
Segment Output, 8-19
segment outputs, 5-34
Segment Rate of Rise, 8-18
Segment Set Point, 4-24
Segment Time, 4-24, 8-18
Sensor Induction Noise Reduction, 8-54
sensor input setting ranges, A-4
Set Point Offset, 8-32
Set Point Selection, 8-62
Set Value Compound Write
CompoWay/F communications, 6-23
set values, 4-6
reading
CompoWay/F communications, 6-18
Modbus communications, 7-21
writing
CompoWay/F communications, 6-21
Modbus communications, 7-23
writing in Protect Level
CompoWay/F communications, 6-21
Modbus communications, 7-22
setting and changing the SP, 4-23
setting areas, 6-15
Setting Change Protection, 5-24, 8-4
setting communications parameters, 5-49
setting examples
initial settings, 4-7
setting levels, 4-2
settings
list, A-6
saving, 4-6
Software Reset
CompoWay/F communications, 6-30
Modbus communications, 7-29
SP limits, 5-9, 8-57
SP Mode, 8-24
CompoWay/F communications, 6-33
Modbus communications, 7-32
SP mode, 5-43
SP modes, 5-31
SP Tracking, 5-32, 8-98
specifications, A-2
standard control, 1-10, 3-2, 4-15
standard control with remote SP, 1-10, 4-16
standby, 5-38
standby sequence, 5-25
Standby Sequence Reset, 5-25, 8-78
Standby Time, 8-28
Start Display Scan after Power ON, 8-83
status
communications, A-8
Step Time/Rate of Rise Programming, 8-60
straight-line approximation, 8-47
Straight-line Approximation * Enabled, 8-71
SUB1 operation indicator, 1-6
SUB2 operation indicator, 1-6
SUB3 operation indicator, 1-6
SUB4 operation indicator, 1-6
T
temperature unit, 4-14
Temporary AT Execution Judgement Deviation, 8-102
terminal arrangements, 2-4
thermocouple calibration, 9-5
three-position control, 4-31
Time Signal, 5-33
Time Signal * OFF Times, 8-45
Time Signal * ON Times, 8-45
Time Signal * Set Segments, 8-44
Time Signal Setting Level, 8-43, A-21
Time Unit of Ramp Rate, 8-61
transfer output, 5-47
scaling, 5-48
using, 5-47
Transfer Output * Lower Limit, 8-69
Transfer Output * Upper Limit, 8-69
transfer protocol
CompoWay/F communications, 6-3
Modbus communications, 7-3
Transmission Wait Time, 8-87
Travel Time, 8-73
troubleshooting, 10-1
U
Up Key, 1-7
user calibration, 9-1, 9-4
completion information, 9-3
using auxiliary outputs, 4-37
V
Valve Opening Monitor, 8-14
variable areas, 6-7
variable types, 6-7
W
Wait, 8-18
Wait Band Lower Limit, 8-20
Wait Band Upper Limit, 8-20
Wait Mode, 8-96
wait operation, 5-32
wiring, 2-10
Write Mode
CompoWay/F communications, 6-28
Modbus communications, 7-27
Write via communication, 5-50
writing
set values
CompoWay/F communications, 6-21
Modbus communications, 7-23
writing in Protect Level
set values
CompoWay/F communications, 6-21
Modbus communications, 7-22
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