UDC 3300 Universal Digital Controller Specification

UDC 3300 Universal Digital Controller Specification
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UDC 3300
Universal Digital Controller
Specification
Overview
New Power and Flexibility
The UDC 3300 Universal Digital
Controller packs new powerful
features in the popular 1/4 DIN size
while retaining all the simplicity,
flexibility, accuracy, and industryleading MMI of the UDC 3000.
Unmatched new application power
includes: two universal analog inputs,
two loops of control, two Math
equations, two characterizers, and a
totalizer. When these are combined
with the new Accutune II™ tuning
with fuzzy logic overshoot
suppression, the result is
price/performance leadership.
Application flexibility is assured by the
universal analog inputs, universal AC
power supply, two digital inputs,
RS422/485 ASCII or Modbus RTU
communication protocols, simple
configuration plus total field upgrade
capability for any optional feature.
A new and innovative Maintenance &
Diagnostic tool available with
Expanded UDC3300 controllers is
HealthWatch, a low-cost software
program that puts maintenance and
diagnostic data at your fingertips so
you can monitor vital performance
activities to improve your process,
predict equipment failure, and
minimize downtime.
The bright, dual displays with multilanguage prompts (in English,
French, German, Spanish, or Italian)
make the operator interface easy to
read, understand, and operate.
Simple keystrokes let you set
operating parameters that meet your
process control needs. The optional
RS422/485 ASCII communications
allows the UDC 3300 to be
configured and monitored using
Honeywell’s Windows™-based
LeaderLine PC Software (LPCS)
personal computer program (future
enhancement).
The UDC 3300 is totally compatible
with existing UDC 3000 applications
and installations. It even uses the
same case.
™Windows is a trademark of Microsoft
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LOOP 1/2
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SP 3300
LOWER
DISPLAY
SET UP
MANUAL
AUTO
SETPOINT
SELECT
RUN
HOLD
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Figure 1—UDC3300 Controller has a sealed faceplate suitable for
hosedown applications
Features/Options
High Accuracy—Typically ±0.20% of
full scale input with a typical
resolution of 15 bits. Can be field
calibrated to ±0.05%.
Universal Inputs—Up to two isolated
universal inputs accept all
thermocouple, RTD, mA, mV, and
voltage types. All input types are
configurable without switches—no
need to calibrate. Alternatively, the
second input can be converted into
two separate 1-5 volt/4-20 mA high
level inputs to provide a total of three
analog inputs. All inputs are sampled
six times per second (every 166 ms).
Inputs can be combined for use with
Relative Humidity, % Oxygen, Carbon
Potential, Dewpoint sensors, or
optional Math Equation. (See
Table 1.)
Two Loops of Control (Optional)—
Two independent loops or internally
cascaded loops in one device.
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Features/Options, continued
Math Functions (Optional)
• Algorithms—Two pre-configured
algorithms for easy implementation
into either control loop. They can
be linked or used individually and
include the capability of using a
Ratio and Bias with any input. You
can select two from the following
menu:
Feedforward Summer—Uses any
input, following a Ratio/Bias
calculation, summed directly with
the computed PID output value to
provide a resultant output to the
final control element (standard
feature).
Weighted Average —Computes
the weighted average of a PV or
SP for the control algorithm from
two inputs (standard feature).
Feedforward Multiplier—Uses any
input, multiplied by the calculated
PID output to provide a resultant
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Features/Options, continued
Math Functions (Optional)—
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output which is sent to the final
control element (standard feature).
Summer/Subtractor—Will add or
subtract inputs with the result used
as the derived PV.
Multiplier/Divider—Uses the analog
inputs to calculate a derived PV.
Available with or without Square
Root.
Input High/Low Select—Specifies
the PV input as the higher or lower
of the two inputs.
• Gain Scheduling—Eight Gain
tuning values may be applied to
eight Process Variable (PV) bands
for ideal tuning on known nonlinear processes.
• 8 Segment Characterizers—Two
characterizers are available that
can be applied to Input 1, Input 2,
Loop 1 Output, or Loop 2 Output.
• Totalizer—Calculates and displays
the total flow volume as measured
by Input 1 or derived by either Math
algorithm. Displayed value is eight
digits with a configurable scaling
factor. The totalizer value may be
reset.
Accutune II™—Provides a new, truly
plug and play tuning algorithm, which
will, at the touch of a button or
through a digital input, accurately
identify and tune any process
including those with deadtime and
integrating processes. This speeds up
and simplifies start-up plus allows
retuning at any setpoint.
Fuzzy Logic—This new feature uses
fuzzy logic to suppress process
variable overshoot due to SP
changes or externally induced
process disturbances. It operates
independently from Accutune tuning.
It does not change the PID constants,
but temporarily modifies the internal
controller response to suppress
overshoot. This allows more
aggressive tuning to co-exist with
smooth PV response. It can be
enabled or disabled depending on the
application or the control criteria.
HealthWatch—Consists of three
timers and three counters, which can
each be assigned to track the
following UDC3300 controller
functions:
(3) Timers
•
Total Operating Time
•
Time in Manual or Automatic
Mode
Features/Options, continued
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Time in Alarm
Time of Digital Input Activation
Time in “Sooting” State
(3) Counters
• Manual Control Mode Counts
• Alarm Trip Counts
• Control Relay Actuations
• Digital Input Actuations
• Outside PV Range Limit Counts
• Failsafe Mode Counts
• Re-tune Counts
• Out of Soak-Band Counts
• Power Cycle Events
Selected Maintenance & Diagnostic
data can be accessed from the front
panel or via communications. Alarms
can be configured to activate when a
desired threshold is reached. A
security code is required to perform
resetting of any of the above listed
counter or timer functions.
Auxiliary Output* (Optional)—This
isolated Auxiliary Output can be
scaled from 4-20 mA for 0 to 100%
for any range. It can be configured to
represent Input 1, Input 2, PV, active
Setpoint, Local SP1, Deviation, or the
Control Output. Required for Loop 2
Current Output.
Communications* (Optional)—
Provides a communications link
between the UDC 3300 and host
computer or PLC via the RS422/485
ASCII or Modbus RTU
communications option.
Combination Auxiliary Output and
RS422/485 Communications*—
Provides a single option which has
isolated Auxiliary Output plus the
ASCII or Modbus RS485
communications described previously
with the limitation of 2-wire (half
duplex) type communications.
2 Digital Inputs (Optional)—
Provides isolated digital input for
remote dry contact closure to select
one of the following actions for each
digital input:
• Manual control mode
• Local setpoint 1
• Local setpoint 2
• Local setpoint 3
• Direct controller action
• Reset of Limit Controller
• Hold SP Ramp/Programming
• Select PID set 2
• PV = Input 2
• PV = Input 3
*Auxiliary output and communications are
mutually exclusive unless the combination
Auxiliary Output/Communications board is
specified.
Features/Options, continued
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To Run - SP Ramp/Program
External program reset
Disable PID integral action
Manual mode, failsafe output
Disable keyboard To Automatic
output value
Start Timer
To Auto/Manual Station
Initiate Tuning
Initiate PV Hot Start (SPinit)
Output 1 tracks Input 2
Output 2 tracks Input 2
Output 2 overrides Output 1
To Remote Setpoint
Display Loop 1/Loop 2
External reset via Input 2
To Purge
Low Fire
To Latching Manual Mode
Reset Totalizer
Also a single digital input can allow
one of the following selections to be
combined with one of the above
selections:
• Select PID set 2
• Direct controller action
• Local setpoint 2
• Disable adaptive tune
• Local setpoint 1
• To Run
Auto/Manual Station Plus Back-up
Control—You can use a single
UDC 3300 to act as both an
Auto/Manual Station PLUS a back-up
PID Controller, should the primary
loop controller fail. Since the PID
control is sometimes implemented in
the PLC, this feature provides a very
cost-effective way to insure the
process does not have to shutdown
or remain in manual mode if the PLC
should fail. Switching from the
Auto/Manual Station to the back-up
control mode is accomplished using
the Digital Input option.
New Alarm Function Features
• Alarms can be configured as
latching or non-latching.
• Alarm blocking is also available
which allows start-up without alarm
energized until after it first reaches
the operating region.
• PV rate of change alarm
• Alarm on totalizer value
• Loop break alarm
Three Local Setpoints—Can be
configured to provide three local
setpoints for each control loop, which
are keyboard or optionally remote
switch selectable.
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Features/Options, continued
Universal Outputs—UDC 3300
provides “out of the box” operations,
with no need to open the case. There
are no jumpers to connect, no
switches to set, and no hardware
configuration required.
Universal Switching Power —
Operates on any line voltage from 90
to 264 Vac 50/60 Hz without jumpers.
24 Vac/dc instrument power is
available as an option.
Moisture Protection —IP65/NEMA 3
rated front face permits use in
applications where it may be
subjected to moisture, dust, or hosedown conditions.
Limit Control—Provides a latching
relay which is activated whenever the
PV goes above or below a preset
setpoint value. An alarm indicator will
light when the output is activated.
Reset is through a key on the front of
the controller or an external switch.
An FM approved model is available.
CE Mark—Conformity with
73/23/EEC, Low Voltage Directive
and 89/336/EEC, the EMC Directive.
Approval Body Options—FM
approval, CSA certification and UL
Recognition are available options. UL
Recognition applies to regulatory use
only.
Timer—This standard feature
provides a configurable time period of
0 to 99 hours, 59 minutes. It can be
started via the keyboard, alarm 2, or
by a digital input. Status is shown on
the lower display.
Heat/Cool Capability—Provides split
range control with independent PID
tuning constants—one for heating,
one for cooling—plus mixed output
forms.
Setpoint Ramp/Soak Programming
(Optional)—Enables you to program
and store six Ramp and six Soak
segments for setpoint programming.
Run or Hold of program is keyboard
or remote digital switch selectable.
Setpoint Rate—Lets you define a
ramp rate to be applied to any local
setpoint change. A separate upscale
or downscale rate is configurable. A
single setpoint ramp is also available
as an alternative.
Dual Displays—Vacuum fluorescent
alphanumeric displays and indicators
with dedicated PV display.
Features/Options, continued
Deviation Bargraph—“On Control”
indication or up to ±10% deviation
display.
Thermocouple Failsafe—
Configurable upscale or downscale
burnout and failsafe output level.
Decimal Point Location—
Configurable for none, one, or two
places.
Manual/Automatic Modes—
Bumpless, balanceless transfer
between control modes.
Dedicated Keys—Provide direct
access setpoint modes and setpoint
program status to simplify and speed
operation.
Two Sets of Tuning Constants—
Two sets of PID parameters can be
configured for each loop and
automatically or keyboard selected.
Alarm Selection—None, one, or two
relays to activate external equipment
when preset high/low setpoints are
reached. There is an indicator for
each alarm.
Data Security—Five levels of keyboard security protect tuning,
configuration, and calibration data,
accessed by a configurable 4-digit
code. Nonvolatile EEPROM memory
assures data integrity during loss of
power.
Quality/Support—The UDC 3300 is
covered by a 2-year warranty and
backed up by a toll-free phone
number for technical assistance.
Transmitter Power—Provides up to
30 volts dc to power a 2-wire
transmitter. (Requires use of alarm 2
open collector output selection or
auxiliary output.)
Physical Description
The controller is housed in a 5.8-inch
deep, black metal case with a dark
gray elastomer bezel, that can be
panel mounted in a 1/4 DIN cutout.
(See Figure 5.) The plug-in chassis
allows easy access to the controller
board and its various option boards.
All power, input, and output wiring
are connected to screw terminals on
the rear panel. (See Figure 6.) Blue
and tan elastomer bezels are
optionally available.
Inputs
The analog inputs are sampled six
times a second.
The UDC 3300 is available with one
or two inputs. The first, or Process
Variable input, can be one of the
various thermocouple, RTD,
Radiamatic or linear actuations.
Linear actuations have thermocouple,
RTD, and Radiamatic transmitter
characterization capability as a
standard feature. Linear actuations
also have square root capability.
The optional second input is isolated
and accepts the same actuations as
input one, plus it provides the
Slidewire input for Position
Proportional control.
The second input can also be
converted into two high level inputs
(Input 2 and Input 3). This third input
is enabled by first configuring Input 2
as a 20 mA or 5 Vdc type (high level)
input. Input 3 will then also be
available as a high level input.Input 2
or Input 3 can act as a Remote SP or
as the Second Control Loop PV Input
or as a Math Input.
All actuations and characterizations
are keyboard configurable. Cold
junction compensation is provided for
thermocouple type inputs. Upscale or
downscale sensor break protection is
keyboard configurable. A
configurable digital filter of 0 to 120
seconds provides input signal
damping.
Output Types
The following output types are
available per the model selection
guide:
• Current Output
• Electromechanical Relays (5 amps)
• Solid State Relays (1 amp)
• Solid State Relays (10 amps)
externally mounted (optional)
• Open Collector Outputs
• Auxiliary Current Output (optional)
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Output Algorithms
The UDC 3300 is available with one
or more of the following output
algorithms:
Time Proportional—Provides On-Off
or Time Proportional (Relay) output.
Current Proportional—Supplies
proportional direct current output for
final control elements which require a
4-20 mA signal.
Position Proportional—Positions a
reversible motor with a feedback
slidewire in proportion to the output of
the control algorithm. Requires two
output relays and the second input.
This output type is not available on
controllers used for 2-Loop or
Cascade.
Current Proportional Duplex—
Similar to current proportional but
provides a second set of tuning
parameters and a split range current
output or a second current output via
the Auxiliary output option, for the
heat and cool zones.
Time Proportional Duplex—
Depending on which control algorithm
you select, this duplex output
algorithm can provide On-Off Duplex,
Time Proportional Duplex, or Three
Position Step Control. The time
proportional duplex output provides
independent PID tuning constants
and two time proportional outputs;
one for heat zone above the 50%
output, and one for cool zone below
50% output. Available only on the first
control loop.
Current/Relay Duplex (Relay =
Heat)—A variation of Duplex with
Current active for 0 to 50% output
(PID Set 2) and Relay active 50
to100% output (PID Set 1).
Relay/Current Duplex (Relay =
Cool)—A variation of Duplex with
Current active for 50 to 100% output
and Relay is active for 0 to 50%
output.
Universal Output Model—Flexibility
of the output algorithms allows the
current output with two alarms model
(DC330B-KE) to also be configured
for current simplex, current duplex,
time simplex, time duplex, or three
position step control. A relay output
model with auxiliary output option
(DC330B-EE-2) can also be
configured for these output
algorithms. Addition of the second
input to either of these two models
allows Position Proportional Control
as well.
Control Algorithms
Depending on the output algorithms
specified, the controller can be
configured for the following control
algorithms:
• PID-A
• PID-B
• PD with Manual Reset
• Three Position Step Control
(Loop 1 only)
The Three Position Step Control
algorithm allows the control of a
valve (or other actuator), with an
electric motor driven by two
controller output relays; one to
move the motor upscale, the other
downscale without a feedback
slidewire linked to the motor shaft.
Features of this algorithm are:
1.
The controller can use all three
modes of control (PID).
2.
Three Position Step is an
automatic back-up mode to
Position Proportional Control if
the feedback slidewire signal
should fail.
• On-Off (Loop 1 only)
Configuration
You decide how the controller is to
interact with the process by selecting,
through simple keystrokes, the
functions you want.
Multi-language prompts guide the
operator step-by-step through the
configuration process assuring quick
and accurate entry of all configurable
parameters. There are no internal
jumpers, all configuration is via the
keyboard. Five languages are
available via configuration: English,
French, German, Spanish and Italian.
Control Modes
The controller is capable of operating
in five different control modes:
1. Manual (one or two loops)
2. Automatic with Local Setpoint
(one or two loops)
3. Automatic with Remote Setpoint
(one or two loops)
4. Manual Cascade
5. Automatic Cascade
The manual and automatic control
modes with local and remote setpoint,
and bumpless, balanceless transfer
between modes, are standard with
the controller; whereas
communications and cascade control
are optional at added cost.
Alarms
Alarm output terminals are located at
the rear terminal panel. One or two
electromechanical alarm relays are
available to activate external
equipment when preset alarm
setpoints are reached. Each of the
two alarms can be set to monitor two
independent setpoints. Each alarm
setpoint can be either high or low
alarm. The alarm type can be
selected to be either of the inputs, the
Process Variable, Deviation, Output,
Shed from communications, PV rate
of change, Manual Mode activation,
or any of the selected HealthWatch
Timers and Counters. It can also be
used as an On or Off event at the
beginning or end of a Ramp/Soak
segment. The alarm hysteresis is
configurable from 0 to 100% of range.
Configurable alarm features include:
• Alarm latching or non-latching
• Alarm blocking
• PV rate of change alarm
• Alarm on totalizer value
• Loop break alarm
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T - Accutune in progress
t - PV tune in progress
L" - Loop 2 display
I - Cascade control
C - Computer setpoint active
O - Output override active
R - Run SP ramp/program
H - Hold SP ramp/program
Upper Display - six characters
• Normal Operation - four digits dedicated to display the process variable
• Configuration Mode - displays parameter value or selection
Lower Display - eight characters
• Normal Operation - displays operating parameters and values
• Configuration Mode - displays function groups and parameters
Indicator definition when lit
F - °Fahrenheit being used
MAN - controller in manual mode
A - controller in automatic mode
C - °Centigrade being used
Indicator definition when lit
ALM - Alarm conditions exist
DI - Digital input active
3 - LSP 3 active
RSP - Remote SP or SP2 active
OUT - Control relay 1 or 2 on
ALM 1 2 F C
DI 1 2 3
RSP
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MAN
R 3300
SP 3300
FUNCTION
LOOP 1/2
LOWER
DISPLAY
MAN and A off —
communications
option active
MANUAL
AUTO
%
SETPOINT
SELECT
Keys - See below
RUN
HOLD
SET UP
Deviation Bargraph
• Center bar indicates PV is
within ±1% of setpoint.
• Next bar will light if PV is
between ±1% but less than
±2% in deviation.
• If PV is equal to or greater than
±10% deviation, the center bar
plus all ten deviation bars will
light.
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Figure 2—Operator Interface
Operator Interface (Figure 2)
Indicators—Provide alarm, control
mode, and temperature unit indication.
There is also indication of when
Remote Setpoint is active, the status
of the control relays, and whether a
setpoint program is in Run or Hold
mode.
A 21-segment bargraph displays
deviation to ±10% of span and an
“On-Control” indicator.
Displays—A 4-digit upper display is
dedicated to the process variable
during normal operation with alternate
6-character information displayed
when in the configure mode.
During normal operation, the lower
display shows key-selected operating
parameters such as Output, Setpoints,
Inputs, Deviation, active Tuning
Parameter Set, Timer Status, or
minutes remaining in a setpoint ramp
(4 digits). It also provides guidance,
through prompts, for the operator
during controller configuration
(8-characters).
SET UP
FUNCTION
LOOP 1/2
LOWER
DISPLAY
MANUAL
AUTO
SETPOINT
SELECT
RUN
HOLD
Sequentially displays Set Up groups and allows
Function key to display individual functions.
• Selects functions within each Set Up group.
• Selects Loop 1 or Loop 2 display.
• Use during field calibration.
Selects an operating parameter to be shown in
the lower display.
Selects Manual or Automatic control mode.
Cycles through the configured setpoints.
Initiates or holds the single setpoint ramp
or Ramp/Soak program.
Increases the setpoint, output, or
configuration values displayed.
Decreases the setpoint, output, or
configuration values displayed.
Figure 3—Key Functions
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Specifications
Design
CE Conformity (Europe)
Method of EMC Assessment:
This product is in conformity with the protection requirements of the following
European Council Directives: 73/23/EEC, the Low Voltage Directive, and
89/336/EEC, the EMC Directive. Conformity of this product with any other “CE
Mark” Directive(s) shall not be assumed.
Class I: Permanently Connected, Panel Mounted Industrial Control Equipment
with protective earthing (grounding). (EN61010-1)
Panel Mounted Equipment, IP 00, this controller must be panel mounted.
Terminals must be enclosed within the panel. Front panel IP 65 (IEC 529).
Category II: Energy-consuming equipment supplied from the fixed installation.
Local level appliances, and Industrial Control Equipment. (EN 61010-1)
Pollution Degree 2: Normally non-conductive pollution with occasional
conductivity caused by condensation. (Ref. IEC 664-1)
Group 1, Class A, ISM Equipment (EN 55011, emissions), Industrial Equipment
(EN 50082-2, immunity)
Technical File (TF)
Declaration of Conformity:
51309602-000
Input Accuracy
± 0.20% of full scale typical (±1 digit for display)
Can be field calibrated to ±0.05% of full scale typical
15-bit resolution typical
Sampling Rate
Inputs sampled six times a second
Temperature Stability
± 0.01% of Full Scale span / •C change—typical
Input Signal Failure Protection
Thermocouple Inputs: Upscale or downscale burnout
Burnout Current: 0.13 microamps
Failsafe Output Level: Configurable 0-100%
Input Impedance
4-20 Milliampere Input: 250 ohms
0-10 Volt Input: 200K ohms
All Other: 10 megohms
Maximum Lead Wire Resistance
Thermocouples: 100 ohms/leg
100, 200, and 500 RTD: 100 ohms/leg
100 Low RTD: 10 ohms/leg
Stray Rejection
Common Mode
AC (50 or 60 Hz): 120 dB (with maximum source impedance of 100 ohms) or
±1 LSB (least significant bit) whichever is greater with line voltage applied.
DC: 120 dB (with maximum source impedance of 100 ohms) or a ±1 LSB
whichever is greater with 120 Vdc applied.
DC (to 1 KHz): 80 dB (with maximum source of impedance of 100 ohms) or ±1
LSB whichever is greater with 50 Vac applied.
Normal Mode
AC (50 or 60 Hz): 60 dB (with 100% span peak-to-peak maximum)
Alarm Outputs
One SPDT electromechanical relay.
A second alarm is available using the second control relay. This is not available
with Relay Duplex, Position Proportional, or Three Position Step control.
Up to four setpoints are independently set as high or low alarm, two for each
relay. Setpoint can be on any Input, Process Variable, Deviation, Manual Mode,
Failsafe, PV Rate, RSP Mode, Communication Shed, or Output. A single
adjustable hysteresis of 0.0 to 100.0% is provided. The alarm can also be set as
an ON or OFF event at the beginning of a setpoint ramp/soak segment.
Alarm Relay Contacts Rating
Resistive Load: 5 ampere at 120 Vac or 30 Vdc, 2.5A at 240 Vac.
Product Classification:
Enclosure Rating:
Installation Category
(Overvoltage Category):
Pollution Degree:
EMC Classification:
Controller Output Types
Current Output (Isolated)
Range can be set anywhere between 0 to 21 mA, and as direct or reverse action.
Resolution: 11 bits for 0 to 21 mA
Accuracy: 0.5% full scale
Temperature Stability: 0.1% F.S./°C
Load Resistance: 0 to 1000 ohms
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Specifications, continued
Design (continued)
Controller Output Types (continued)
Electromechanical Relays (One or Two)
SPDT contacts. Both Normally Open and Normally Closed contacts are brought
out to the rear terminals.
Internally socketed
Resistive Load: 5 amps @ 120 Vac, 30 Vdc, 2.5A at 240 Vac
Inductive Load: 50 VA @ 120 Vac or 240 Vac
Motor: 1/6 H.P.
Solid State Relays (One or Two)
SPST solid state contacts consisting of a triac N.O. output.
Internally socketed
Resistive Load: 1.0 amp @ 25°C and 120 or 240 Vac
0.5 amp @ 55°C and 120 or 240 Vac
Inductive Load: 50 VA @ 120 Vac or 240 Vac
Minimum Load: 20 milliamps
Open Collector Outputs (One or Two)
Maximum Sink Current: 20 mA
Overload Protection: 100 mA
Internally powered @ 30 Vdc
Opto-isolated from all other circuits except current output, but not from each
other.
Socketed jumper assembly replaces relay.
Solid State Relays (10 amps)
One or two externally mounted SPST triac N.O. outputs for use with open
collector outputs.
Resistive Load: 15 amps @ 25°C and 120 or 240 Vac
10 amps @ 55°C and 120 or 240 Vac
Inductive Load: 50 VA @ 120 Vac or 240 Vac
Motor Rating:
1 HP @ 25°C
0.75 HP @ 55°C
Controller Output Algorithms
On-Off or Time Proportional
One relay or open collector output. Control action can be set for direct or reverse.
Time Proportional Relay Resolution: 3.3 msec
On-Off is available on Loop 1 only.
On-Off Duplex, Three Position Step Control, or Time Proportional Duplex—
(Loop 1 only)
Two relays or open collector outputs. Control action can be set for direct or
reverse.
Time Proportional Relay Resolution: 3.3 msec
Current Proportional
A single 4-20 mA current output signal which can be configured for direct or
reverse action.
Current Proportional Duplex
A single split current output for both heat and cool (4-12 cool, 12-20 heat) or a
combination of current proportional output (Heat = 50 to 100% of range) and
auxiliary current output (Cool = 0 to 50% of range). Both are 4-20 mA signals
which can be set for direct or reverse action.
Position Proportional
Two SPDT electromechanical or solid state relays (recommended) operate any
motor having a 100 ohm to 1000 ohm feedback slidewire.
Current/Time Duplex
Variation of time proportional duplex for Heat/Cool applications. Time proportional
output (heat or cool) is a relay. Current proportional output (Heat or Cool) is a 420 mA signal that can be fed into a negative or positive grounded load of 0 to
1000 ohms and is operational over 50% of range or the entire range.
Digital Inputs (Optional)
(Isolated)
+15 Vdc source for external dry contacts or isolated solid state contacts. The
Digital Input option detects the state of external contacts for either of the two
inputs.
On contact closure the controller will respond according to how each digital input
is configured. Opening contact causes return to previous state.
Input Filter
Software: Single pole lowpass section with selectable time constants, off to 120
seconds available on both analog inputs.
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Specifications, continued
Design (continued)
Auxiliary Linear Output (Optional)
(Isolated)
21 mA dc maximum into a negative or positive grounded load or non-grounded
load of 0 to 1000 ohms.
Output range can be set anywhere between 0 to 21 mA, and as direct or reverse
action. It can be configured to represent either Input, PV, Setpoint, Deviation, or
Control output. The range of the auxiliary output, as a function of the selected
variable, can be scaled. This output can be used as a second current output for
current duplex outputs.
Resolution: 12 bits over 0 to 21 mA
Accuracy: 0.05% of full scale
Temperature Stability: 0.0075% F.S./°C
Load Resistance: 0 to 1000
Communications Interface (Optional)
Baud Rate: 19200 baud
DMCS
Length of Link: 4000 ft. maximum
Link Characteristics: Two-wire, multi-drop proprietary protocol, 31 drops maximum
RS422/485 ASCII
Baud Rate: 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, or 19200 baud
Parity: Odd or Even
Length of Link: 4000 ft. maximum
Link Characteristics: Two-wire (half duplex) or four-wire (full duplex), multi-drop
RS422 ASCII , 15 drops maximum or up to 31 drops for shorter link length.
RS422/485 Modbus RTU
Baud Rate: 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 baud selectable
Data Format: Floating point or integer
Length of Link: 4000 ft. maximum
Link Characteristics: Two-wire, multi-drop Modbus RTU protocol, 15 drops
maximum or up to 31 drops for shorter link length.
Combination Auxiliary
Output/Communications
Provides as a single option the isolated Auxiliary Output and the ASCII or Modbus
RS485 communications described above. Two-wire (half duplex) type
communications only.
Digital Displays
Vacuum fluorescent, alphanumeric.
A six-character upper display dedicated to the process variable (4 digits).
Alternate information displayed during configuration mode.
A eight-character lower display primarily shows key selected operating
parameters (4 digits). Also provides guidance during controller configuration.
Indicators
Alarm Relay Status (ALM 1 or 2)
Control Mode (A or MAN)
Temperature Units (F or C)
Remote Set Point or SP2 Active (RSP)
Third Local Setpoint Active (3)
Control Relay Status (OUT 1 or 2)
Digital Input Status (DI 1 and 2)
Bargraph
21-segment, vertical Deviation bargraph
Center bar lit when “on” control
Deviation to ±10% of PV span in 1% increments
Modes of Operation
Manual (1 or 2 Loops)
Automatic with local setpoint (1 or 2 Loops)
Automatic with remote setpoint (1 or 2 Loops)
Manual cascade (2 Loops)
Automatic cascade (2 Loops)
Dimensions
See Figure 5.
Mounting
Panel-mounted, 5.82-inch depth
Wiring Connections
Screw terminals on the rear of the case. (See Figure 6.)
Power Consumption
18 VA maximum (90 to 264 Vac); 12 VA maximum (24 Vac/dc)
Power Inrush Current
10A maximum for 4 ms (under operating conditions)
CAUTION When applying power to more than one UDC 3300, make sure
that sufficient power is supplied. Otherwise, the controllers may not start up
normally due to voltage drop from the inrush current.
Weight
1.3 kg (3 lbs.)
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Specifications, continued
Environmental and Operating Conditions
Parameter
Reference
Rated
Operative Limits
Transportation and Storage
Ambient Temperature
25 ± 3°C
77 ± 5°F
15 to 55°C
58 to 131°F
0 to 55°C
32 to 131°F
–40 to 66°C
–40 to 151°F
Relative Humidity
10 to 55*
10 to 90*
5 to 90*
5 to 95*
Vibration
Frequency (Hz)
Acceleration (g)
0
0
0 to 70
0.4
0 to 200
0.6
0 to 200
0.5
Mechanical Shock
Acceleration (g)
Duration (ms))
0
0
1
30
5
30
20
30
Voltage (Vdc)
+24 ±1
20 to 27
20 to 27
--
120 ±1
240 ±2
90 to 264
90 to 264
---
24 ± 1
20 to 27
20 to 27
--
50 ±0.2
60 ±0.2
49 to 51
59 to 61
48 to 52
58 to 62
---
Voltage (Vac)
90 to 264 Vac
(CSA models rated to 250V max.)
24 Vac
Frequency (Hz)
(For Vac)
* The maximum rating only applies up to 40°C (104°F). For higher temperatures, the RH specification is derated to maintain constant moisture content.
Table 1—Input Actuations
Range
PV Input
Range
°F
°C
Thermocouples
(Per ITS-90)
B
E
E (low)
J
J (low)
K
K (low)
NiNiMoly (NNM68)
NiNiMoly (low)
NiMo-NiCo (NNM90)
NiMo-NiCo (low)
Nicrosil Nisil (NIC)
R
S
T
T (low)
W5W26
W5W26 (low)
°F
°C
RTD
IEC Alpha = 0.00385
0
–454
–200
0
20
0
–20
32
32
32
32
0
0
0
–300
–200
0
0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
3300
1832
1100
1600
770
2400
1000
2500
1260
2500
1260
2372
3100
3100
700
500
4200
2240
–18
–270
–129
–18
–7
–18
–29
0
0
0
0
–18
–18
–18
–184
–129
–18
–18
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
1816
1000
593
871
410
1316
538
1371
682
1371
682
1300
1704
1704
371
260
2315
1227
Honeywell Radiamatic
Type RH
Type RI
PV Input
0 to 3400
0 to 9999 max.*
–18 to 1871
–18 to 9999 max.*
*User enters the range manually per RI type and application.
100 ohms
100 ohms (low)
200 ohms
500 ohms
–300
–300
–300
–300
to
to
to
to
1200
300
1200
1200
–184
–184
–184
–184
to
to
to
to
Linear
Milliamps
4 to
0 to
20 mA
20 mA
Millivolts
0 to
0 to
10 mV
50 mV
Volts
1 to
0 to
0 to
5V
5V
10V
Carbon
0 to
1250 mV
Oxygen
–30 to
510 mV
649
149
649
649
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General Reference Data
Isolation
(Functional)
Surge Withstand
Capability (SWC)
AC Power: Is electrically isolated from all other inputs and outputs to withstand a HIPOT potential of
1900 Vdc for 2 seconds per Annex K of EN61010-1.
Analog Inputs and Outputs: Are isolated from each other and all other circuits at 850 Vdc for 2 seconds.
Digital Input and Digital Output: Are isolated from all other circuits at 850 Vdc for 2 seconds.
Relay Contacts: With a working of 115/230 Vac, isolated from each other and all other circuits at
345 Vdc for 2 seconds.
Immunity: ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1, Surge Withstand Capability (SWC) (Formerly IEEE 472). Mains power
input and relay contact outputs: 2.5 kV, Common Mode and Differential Mode. All other circuits: 1.0 kV,
Common Mode and Differential Mode. The instrument is capable of meeting these test levels with no
component failures, no reset, and no incorrect outputs.
Radio Frequency Immunity: No effect on performance from a 5 W walkie-talkie operated at 27, 151 or 450 MHz, one
Interference
meter from the controller.
(RFI)
Model Number Interpretation
Key Number
Table I
Table II
Table III
Table IV
DC 3 3 0
B=
E=
L=
D=
Basic Controller Model
Expanded Controller Model
Limit Controller Model
Basic Model with UDC 3000 DMCS
Functionality
Output #1
C0 = Current without Alarms or Output 2
K – = Current with Alarm 1
E – = Relay, E-M with Alarm 1
A – = Relay, SS 1 amp with Alarm 1
S – = Relay, SS 10 amp with Alarm 1
T – = Open Collector Output
Output #2 or Alarm #2
– 0 = None
– E = Relay, E-M
– A = Relay, SS 1 amp
– S = Relay, SS 10 amp
– T = Open Collector Output
External Interface
0 – – = None
1 – – = RS422/485 ASCII / Modbus
2 – – = Auxiliary Output (Loop 2 Current Output)
4 – – = DMCS Communications
5 – – = Auxiliary Output + RS422/485 / Modbus
Software Options
– 0 – = Standard Functions (includes Accutune II)
– 1 – = Standard Functions (includes Accutune II
and HealthWatch)
– A – = Setpoint Programming (SPP)—DMCS Model
– B – = SPP
– C – = Math Option + SPP
– D – = 2 Loops/Internal Cascade + SPP
– E – = Math Option + 2 Loops/Internal Cascade +
SPP
– F – = Math Option + SPP + HealthWatch
– G – = 2 Loops/Internal Cascade + SPP +
HealthWatch
– H – = Math Option + 2 Loops/Internal Cascade +
SPP + HealthWatch
Table V
Table VI
0
Manuals
0 – = English
F – = French
G – = German
T – = Italian
S – = Spanish
Certificate
– 0 = None
– C = Certificate of Conformance
(F3391)
Options
0 – – – – –=
1 – – – – –=
– 0 – – – –=
– A – – – –=
– F – – – –=
– – 0 – – –=
– – B – – –=
– – T – – –=
– – – 0 – –=
– – – P – –=
– – – T – –=
– – – U – –=
– – – – 0 –=
– – – – D –=
– – – – – 0=
90 to 264 Vac Power
24 Vac/dc Power
None
CSA, FM, and UL
FM and UL
Gray Elastomer Bezel
Blue Elastomer Bezel
Tan Elastomer Bezel
None
Rear Terminal Cover
Customer ID Tag
Rear Terminal Cover & Tag
None
DIN Cutout Adapter
None
PV Input
1 – = T/C, RTD, Radiamatic, mV, 0-5V, 1-5V
2 – = T/C, RTD, Radiamatic, mV, 0-5V, 1-5V, 0-20 mA, 4-20 mA
3 – = T/C, RTD, Radiamatic, mV, 0-5V, 1-5V, 0-20 mA, 4-20 mA,
0-10V
1 5 = Relative Humidity (includes optional input)
1 6 = Carbon, Oxygen, or Dewpoint (includes optional input)
Optional Input(s)
– 0 = None
– 1 = T/C, RTD, Radiamatic, mV, 0-5V, 1-5V, 0-20 mA, 4-20 mA
– 2 = Slidewire Input
– 3 = T/C, RTD, Radiamatic, mV, 0-5V, 1-5V, 0-20 mA, 4-20 mA,
0-10V
– 4 = Two High Level AIs instead of 2nd Universal AI
24151
Digital Inputs
– – 0 = None
– – 3 = Two Digital Inputs
Figure 4—Model Number Interpretation
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Dimensions
+0.008
-0.0
92
3.622 +0.03
96
3.780
-0.0
LL
ALM 1 2 1 2
ALM
FC
ALDI 1 F
PV 1 2 13 24
MDI
RSP 1
2 C
96
3.780
FC
RSP
21 2
OUT 11
2 2
OUT
FUNCTION
LOOP 1/2
MAN
M
A
N
MAN
%%
%
+0.008
92
-0.0
3.622 +0.03
Panel Cutout
MANUAL
LOWER
DISPLAY
AUTO
-0.0
SETPOINT
SELECT
RUN
SET UP
HOLD
HOLD
24 Max Panel
.945 Thickness
2.4 with optional
.093 rear cover
10 Max (2)
.394
90.7
3.57
21.6
.850
147.3
5.82
24152
Figure 5—UDC 3300 Controller Dimensions – not to scale
Wiring Diagram
UDC 3300 EXTERNAL WIRING
10
L1/H
21-26V ~
or
90-264V~
L2/N
22
0
11
DI 1
DI 2
12
1
3
SHIELD
4
14
RX+/TX+
5
24
15
RX-/TX-
6
25
16
TX+/AUX+
7
17
TX-/AUX-
8
23
26
27
IN 1
CTL 1
2
13
IN 2
!
4-20 MA
CTL 2
ALM 2
ALM 1
9
24153
NOTE:
The product manual should be consulted for specific details and precautions regarding wiring.
Figure 6—External Wiring Diagram
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Ordering Information
For the complete ordering information, request Model Selection Guide
51-51-16-54 for UDC 3300 Universal Digital Controller.
Honeywell offers a full line of Sensors, Transmitters, and Final Control Devices for use with the
UDC 3300 Universal Digital Controller. These devices include:
•
Thermocouples,
•
RTDs,
•
Pressure Transmitters,
•
Flow Transmitters,
•
Liquid Level Transmitters,
•
Valves,
•
Actuators, and
•
Electric Motors.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Distributor :
For more information, contact your nearest Honeywell Response Center listed below.
Industrial Automation and Control
Honeywell Inc.
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Honeywell Control System Ltd., Honeywell House, Bracknell, UK-RG 12 1 EB, (44) 1344 826000
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