E5CSV/E5CS-U Users Manual

E5CSV/E5CS-U Users Manual
Overview
Preparations
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In the interest of product improvement, specifications are
subject to change without notice.
User's Manual
Authorized Distributor:
H140-E1-01
Cat. No. H140-E1-01
Note: Specifications subject to change without notice.
1005
Cat. No. H140-E1-01
Appendices
User's Manual
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Operations for
Applications
Control Devices Division H.Q.
Analog Controller Division
Basic
Operations
E5CSV/E5CS-U Digital Temperature Controller
OMRON Corporation
E5CSV
E5CS-U
Digital Temperature
Controller
Introduction
OMRON products are manufactured for use according to proper procedures by a qualified operator and
only for the purposes described in this manual.
The E5CSV and E5CS-U are Compact Digital Temperature Controllers. The E5CSV features screw
terminal connections, and the E5CS-U features socket pin connections. The main functions and
characteristics of these Compact Digital Temperature Controllers are as follows:
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Any of the following types of input can be used: Thermocouple, platinum resistance thermometer, or
thermistor input.
High precision of ±1% FS is possible even for plug-in models due to the built-in microcomputer
(E5CSV: ±0.5% FS).
The optimum temperature range can be selected from multiple temperature ranges.
Clear digital display with character height of 13.5 mm.
Both auto-tuning and self-tuning are supported.
The structure is waterproof (IP66). (Not applicable to the E5CS-U.)
Conforms to UL, CSA, and IEC safety standards and EMC Directive.
This manual describes the E5CSV and E5CS-U. Read this manual thoroughly and be sure you
understand it before attempting to use the Compact Digital Temperature Controller and use the Compact
Digital Temperature Controller correctly according to the information provided. Keep this manual in a safe
place for easy reference.
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Warranty and Limitations of Liability
WARRANTY
OMRON's exclusive warranty is that the products are free from defects in materials and workmanship
for a period of one year (or other period if specified) from date of sale by OMRON.
OMRON MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING
NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE
PRODUCTS. ANY BUYER OR USER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THE BUYER OR USER ALONE HAS
DETERMINED THAT THE PRODUCTS WILL SUITABLY MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THEIR
INTENDED USE. OMRON DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED.
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
OMRON SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, LOSS OF PROFITS OR COMMERCIAL LOSS IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE
PRODUCTS, WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED ON CONTRACT, WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE, OR
STRICT LIABILITY.
In no event shall the responsibility of OMRON for any act exceed the individual price of the product on
which liability is asserted.
IN NO EVENT SHALL OMRON BE RESPONSIBLE FOR WARRANTY, REPAIR, OR OTHER CLAIMS
REGARDING THE PRODUCTS UNLESS OMRON'S ANALYSIS CONFIRMS THAT THE PRODUCTS
WERE PROPERLY HANDLED, STORED, INSTALLED, AND MAINTAINED AND NOT SUBJECT TO
CONTAMINATION, ABUSE, MISUSE, OR INAPPROPRIATE MODIFICATION OR REPAIR.
Application Considerations
SUITABILITY FOR USE
OMRON shall not be responsible for conformity with any standards, codes, or regulations that apply to
the combination of products in the customer's application or use of the products.
At the customer's request, OMRON will provide applicable third party certification documents identifying
ratings and limitations of use that apply to the products. This information by itself is not sufficient for a
complete determination of the suitability of the products in combination with the end product, machine,
system, or other application or use.
The following are some examples of applications for which particular attention must be given. This is not
intended to be an exhaustive list of all possible uses of the products, nor is it intended to imply that the
uses listed may be suitable for the products.
• Outdoor use, uses involving potential chemical contamination or electrical interference, or conditions
or uses not described in this manual.
• Nuclear energy control systems, combustion systems, railroad systems, aviation systems, medical
equipment, amusement machines, vehicles, safety equipment, and installations subject to separate
industry or government regulations.
• Systems, machines, and equipment that could present a risk to life or property.
Please know and observe all prohibitions of use applicable to the products.
NEVER USE THE PRODUCTS 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 PRODUCTS ARE PROPERLY RATED AND
INSTALLED FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE OVERALL EQUIPMENT OR SYSTEM.
PROGRAMMABLE PRODUCTS
OMRON shall not be responsible for the user's programming of a programmable product, or any
consequence thereof.
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Disclaimers
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 model numbers when published ratings or features are changed, or
when significant construction changes are made. However, some specifications of the products
may be changed without any notice. When in doubt, special model numbers may be assigned to fix
or establish key specifications for your application on your request. Please consult with your
OMRON representative at any time to confirm actual specifications of purchased products.
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
Dimensions and weights are nominal and are not to be used for manufacturing purposes, even
when tolerances are shown.
PERFORMANCE DATA
Performance data given in this manual 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 users must correlate it to actual application requirements. Actual performance is subject to the
OMRON Warranty and Limitations of Liability.
ERRORS AND OMISSIONS
The information in this document has been carefully checked and is believed to be accurate;
however, no responsibility is assumed for clerical, typographical, or proofreading errors, or
omissions.
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 contained in this manual are subject
to change without notice in order to make improvements.
(3) Every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this manual.
Nevertheless, OMRON assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions. If
you discover any problems with this manual, please notify your nearest
OMRON representative, providing them with the catalog number provided on
the cover.
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Safety Precautions
Definition of Precautionary 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
Caution
Indicates non-specific general cautions, warnings, and
dangers.
Electrical Shock Caution
Indicates possibility of electric shock under specific
conditions.
Prohibition
General Prohibition
Indicates non-specific general prohibitions.
Disassembly Prohibition
Indicates prohibitions when there is a possibility of injury, such
Mandatory
caution
as from electric shock, as the result of disassembly.
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General Caution
Indicates non-specific general cautions, warnings, and
dangers.
● Safety 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 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 where subject to flammable or explosive gas.
Otherwise, minor injury from explosion may occasionally occur.
Never disassemble, modify, or repair the product or touch any of the
internal parts. Minor electric shock, fire, or malfunction may occasionally
occur.
CAUTION - Risk of Fire and Electric Shock
a) This product is UL listed as Open Type Process Control Equipment. It
must be mounted in an enclosure that does not allow fire to escape
externally.
b) More than one disconnect switch may be required to de-energize the
equipment before servicing the product.
c) Signal inputs are SELV, limited energy.*1
d) Caution: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not
interconnect the outputs of different Class 2 circuits.*2
If the output relays are used past their life expectancy, contact fusing or
burning may occasionally occur. Always consider the application
conditions and use the output relays within their rated load and electrical
life expectancy. The life expectancy of output relays varies considerably
with the output load and switching conditions.
Loose screws may occasionally result in fire. Tighten terminal screws to
the specified torque (E5CSV: 0.74 to 0.90 N·m, E5CS-U: 0.5 N·m).
Unexpected operation may result in equipment damage or accidents if the
settings are not appropriate for the controlled system. Set the
Temperature Controller as follows:
・ Set the parameters of the Temperature Controller so that they are
appropriate for the controlled system.
・ Turn the power supply to the Temperature Controller OFF before
changing any switch setting. Switch settings are read only when the
power supply is turned ON.
・ Make sure that the INIT switch in the control mode switches is turned
OFF before operating the Temperature Controller.
A malfunction in the Temperature Controller may occasionally make
control operations impossible or prevent alarm outputs, resulting in
property damage. To maintain safety in the event of malfunction of the
Temperature Controller, take appropriate safety measures, such as
installing a monitoring device on a separate line.
Faulty terminal contact or decreased waterproofing capability may
result in a fire or equipment malfunction. When inserting the
Temperature Controller into the rear case after setting the switches,
check the watertight packing and make sure that the top and bottom
hooks are locked securely in place. (E5CSV only.)
*1: A SELV circuit is one separated from the power supply with double insulation or reinforced insulation,
that does not exceed 30 V r.m.s. and 42.4 V peak or 60 VDC.
*2: A class 2 power supply is one tested and certified by UL as having the current and voltage of the
secondary output restricted to specific levels.
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Precautions for Safe Use
Be sure to observe the following precautions to prevent operation failure, malfunction, or adverse affects
on the performance and functions of the product. Not doing so may occasionally result in unexpected
events.
1) The product is designed for indoor use only. Do not use the product outdoors or in any of the following
locations.
• Places directly subject to heat radiated from heating equipment.
• Places subject to splashing liquid or oil atmosphere.
• Places subject to direct sunlight.
• Places subject to dust or corrosive gas (in particular, sulfide gas and ammonia gas).
• Places subject to intense temperature change.
• Places subject to icing and condensation.
• Places subject to vibration and large shocks.
2) Use and store the product within the rated temperature and humidity ranges.
Group-mounting two or more Temperature Controllers, or mounting Temperature Controllers above
each other may cause heat to build up inside the Temperature Controllers, which will shorten their
service life. In such a case, use forced cooling by fans or other means of air ventilation to cool down
the Temperature Controllers.
3) To allow heat to escape, do not block the area around the product. Do not block the ventilation holes
on the product.
4) Use the specified size (M3.5, width 7.2 mm or less) crimp terminals for wiring. To connect bare wires to
the terminal block, use copper braided or solid wires with a gage of AWG24 to AWG18 (equal to a
2
cross-sectional area of 0.205 to 0.832 mm ). (The stripping length is 5 to 6 mm.) Up to two wires of the
same size and type, or two crimp terminals can be inserted into a single terminal.
5) Be sure to wire properly with correct polarity of terminals. Do not wire any of the I/O terminals
incorrectly.
6) Do not wire the terminals that are not used.
7) The voltage output (control output) is not electrically isolated from the internal circuits. When using a
grounded temperature sensor, do not connect any of the control output terminals to ground. Otherwise
unwanted current paths will cause measurement errors.
8) To avoid inductive noise, keep the wiring for the Temperature Controller's terminal block away from
power cables carrying high voltages or large currents. Also, do not wire power lines together with or
parallel to Temperature Controller wiring. Using shielded cables and using 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 have an inductance 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 temperature controller.
Allow as much space as possible between the Temperature Controller and devices that generate
powerful high frequencies (high-frequency welders, high-frequency sewing machines, etc.) or surge.
9) Use the product within the rated load and power supply.
10) Use a switch, relay, or other contact so that the power supply voltage reaches the rated voltage within
2 seconds. If the applied voltage is increased gradually, the power supply may not be reset or
malfunctions may occur.
11) When using PID operation (self-tuning), turn ON the power supply to the load (e.g., heater) at the
same time as or before turning the power supply to the Temperature Controller ON. If power is turned
ON for the Temperature Controller before turning ON power supply to the load, self-tuning will not be
performed properly and optimum control will not be achieved.
12)Design the system (e.g., control panel) to allow for the 2 seconds of delay required for the
Temperature Controller’s output to stabilize after the power is turned ON.
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13) A switch or circuit breaker should be provided close to this Unit. The switch or circuit breaker should be
within easy reach of the operator, and must be marked as a disconnecting means for this unit.
14) Approximately 30 minutes is required for the correct temperature to be displayed after turning the
power supply to the Temperature Controller ON. Turn the power supply ON at least 30 minutes prior to
starting control operations.
15) Be sure that the platinum resistance thermometer type and the input type set on the Temperature
Controller are the same.
16) When extending the thermocouple lead wires, always use compensating conductors suitable for the
type of thermocouple. Do not extend the lead wires on a platinum resistance thermometer. Use only
low-resistance wire (5 Ω max. per line) for lead wires and make sure that the resistance is the same for
all three wires.
17) When drawing out the Temperature Controller from the case, do not apply force that would deform or
alter the Temperature Controller.
18) When drawing out the Temperature Controller from the case to replace the Temperature Controller,
check the status of the terminals. If corroded terminals are used, contact faults with the terminals may
cause the temperature inside the Temperature Controller to increase, possibly resulting in fire. If the
terminals are corroded, replace the rear case as well.
19)When drawing out the Temperature Controller from the case, turn the power supply OFF first, and
absolutely do not touch the terminals or electronic components or apply shock to them. When inserting
the Temperature Controller, do not allow the electronic components to come into contact with the
case.
20) Static electricity may damage internal components. Always touch grounded metal to discharge any
static electricity before handling the Temperature Controller. When drawing out the Temperature
Controller from the case, do not touch the electronic components or patterns on the board with your
hand. Hold the Temperature Controller by the edge of the front panel when handling it.
21) Do not use paint thinner or similar chemical to clean with. Use standard grade alcohol.
22) Use tools when separating parts for disposal. Contact with the sharp internal parts may cause injury.
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Installation Precautions
Service Life
Use the Temperature Controller within the following temperature and humidity ranges:
Temperature: −10 to 55°C (with no icing or condensation), Humidity: 25% to 85%
If the Controller is installed inside a control board, the ambient temperature must be kept to under
55°C, including the temperature around the Controller.
The service life of electronic devices like Temperature Controllers is determined not only by the
number of times the relay is switched but also by the service life of internal electronic components.
Component service life is affected by the ambient temperature: the higher the temperature, the shorter
the service life and, the lower the temperature, the longer the service life. Therefore, the service life
can be extended by lowering the internal temperature of the Temperature Controller.
When two or more Temperature Controllers are mounted horizontally close to each other or vertically
next to one another, the internal temperature will increase due to heat radiated by the Temperature
Controllers and the service life will decrease. In such a case, use forced cooling by fans or other
means of air ventilation to cool down the Temperature Controllers. When providing forced cooling,
however, be careful not to cool down the terminals sections alone to avoid measurement errors.
Ambient Noise
To avoid inductive noise, keep the wiring for the Digital Temperature Controller's terminal block wiring
away from power cables carrying high voltages or large currents. Also, do not wire power lines
together with or parallel to Digital Temperature Controller wiring. Using shielded cables and using
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 have an inductance 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 Temperature Controller.
Allow as much space as possible between the Digital Temperature Controller and devices that
generate powerful high frequencies (high-frequency welders, high-frequency sewing machines, etc.)
or surge.
Measurement Accuracy
When extending or connecting the thermocouple lead wire, be sure to use compensating wires that
match the thermocouple type. Do not extend the lead wire of the platinum resistance thermometer. If
the lead wire of the platinum resistance thermometer must be extended, be sure to use wires that
have low resistance and keep the resistance of the three lead wires the same.
Mount the Temperature Controller so that it is horizontally level.
If the measurement accuracy is low, check whether the input shift has been set correctly.
Waterproofing
The degree of protection is as shown below. Sections without any specification on their degree of
protection or those with IP@0 are not waterproof.
E5CSV:
Front panel IP66, rear case IP20, terminals IP00
E5CS-U:
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Front panel IP50, enclosure rating 2 (IEC 60529),
rear case IP20, terminals IP00
Precautions for Operation
1) It takes approximately two seconds for the outputs to turn ON from after the power supply is turned ON. Due
consideration must be given to this time when incorporating Temperature Controllers into a control panel or
similar device.
2) Make sure that the Temperature Controller has 30 minutes or more to warm up after turning ON the power
before starting actual control operations to ensure the correct temperature display.
3) When executing self-tuning, turn ON power for the load (e.g., heater) at the same time as or before
supplying power to the Temperature Controller. If power is turned ON for the Temperature Controller before
turning ON power for the load, self-tuning will not be performed properly and optimum control will not be
achieved. When starting operation after the Temperature Controller has warmed up, turn OFF the power
and then turn it ON again at the same time as turning ON power for the load.
4) Avoid using the Controller in places near a radio, television set, or wireless installing. The Controller may
cause radio disturbance for these devices.
Preparations for Use
Be sure to thoroughly read and understand the manual provided with the product, and check the following
points.
Timing
Purchasing
the product
Check point
Details
Product
appearance
After purchase, check that the product and packaging are not dented or
otherwise damaged. Damaged internal parts may prevent optimum
control.
Product model
and specifications
Make sure that the purchased product meets the required
specifications.
Setting the
Unit
Product
installation
location
Provide sufficient space around the product for heat dissipation. Do not
block the vents on the product.
Wiring
Terminal wiring
Do not subject the terminal screws to excessive stress (force) when
tightening them.
Make sure that there are no loose screws after tightening terminal
screws to the specified torque (E5CSV: 0.74 to 0.9 Nm, E5CS-U:
0.5 Nm).
Be sure to confirm the polarity for each terminal before wiring the
terminal block and connectors.
Operating
environment
Power supply
inputs
Wire the power supply inputs correctly. Incorrect wiring will result in
damage to the internal circuits.
Ambient
temperature
The ambient operating temperature for the product is −10 to 55°C (with
no condensation or icing). To extend the service life of the product,
install it in a location with an ambient temperature as low as possible. In
locations exposed to high temperatures, if necessary, cool the products
using a fan or other cooling method.
Vibration and
shock
Check whether the standards related to shock and vibration are
satisfied at the installation environment. (Install the product in locations
where the conductors will not be subject to vibration or shock.)
Foreign particles
Install the product in a location that is not subject to liquid or foreign
particles entering the product.
When installing the product in a location subject to sulfuric, chloride, or
other corrosive gases, take steps to improve the environment, such as
removing the source of the gas or installing an exhaust fan.
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Revision History
A manual revision code appears as a suffix to the catalog number on the back cover of the manual.
Cat. No. H140-E1-01
The following table outlines the changes made to the manual during each revision. Page numbers refer to
the previous version.
Revision code
01
x
Date
October 2005
Revised content
Original production
Conventions Used in This Manual
Model Notations
“E5CSV and E5CS-U” or “E5CSV/E5CS-U” are used when the information being provided
applies to all E5CSV and E5CS-U Digital Temperature Controllers.
Meanings of Abbreviations
The following abbreviations are used in parameter names, figures and in text explanations. These
abbreviations mean the following:
Term
Symbol
PV
Process value
SP
Set point
AT
Auto-tuning
ST
Self-tuning
Engineering unit
EU
(See note.)
Note:
“EU” stands for Engineering Unit. EU is used as the minimum unit for engineering units such as °C, m,
and g. The size of EU varies according to the input type.
For example, when the input temperature setting range is –99 to +1300°C, 1 EU is 1°C, and when the
input temperature setting range is –0.0 to +199.9°C, 1 EU is 0.1°C.
How to Read Display Symbols
The following tables show the correspondence between the symbols displayed on the displays and
alphabet characters.
a
A
b
B
c
C
d
D
e
E
f
F
g
G
h
H
i
I
j
J
k
K
l
L
m
M
n
N
o
O
p
P
q
Q
r
R
s
S
t
T
u
U
V w x
V W X
y
Y
z
Z
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About this Manual:
Purpose
● Overview
Section 1 Overview
● Setup
Section 2 Preparation
● Basic Operations
Section 3 Basic
Operations
Section 5 Parameters
● Operations for
Applications
Section 4 Operations
for Applications
Section 5 Parameters
● Appendices
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Relevant section
Details
Section 1 introduces the features,
components, and main
specifications of the
E5CSV/E5CS-U Digital
Temperature Controllers.
Section 2 describes the work
required to prepare the
E5CSV/E5CS-U Digital
Temperature Controllers for
operation, including installation and
wiring.
Section 3 describes the basic
operation of the E5CSV/E5CS-U
Digital Temperature Controllers,
including key operations to set
parameters and descriptions of
display elements based on specific
control examples.
Section 5 describes the individual
parameters used to set up, control,
and monitor operation.
Section 4 describes special
functions that can be used to make
the most of the functionality of the
E5CSV/E5CS-U Digital
Temperature Controllers.
Section 5 describes the individual
parameters used to setup, control,
and monitor operation.
The Appendices provide
information for easy reference,
including lists of parameters and
settings.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction .................................................................i
Warranty and Limitations of Liability.......................... ii
Safety Precautions ................................................... iv
Precautions for Safe Use.......................................... vi
Installation Precautions .......................................... viii
Precautions for Operation......................................... ix
Preparations for Use................................................. ix
Revision History.........................................................x
Conventions Used in This Manual............................ xi
About this Manual.................................................... xii
TABLE OF CONTENTS ......................................... xiii
Section 1 Overview .................................................................... 1-1
1.1 Names of Parts................................................................................................... 1-2
■ Front Panel ......................................................................................... 1-2
■ Meanings of Indicators and Display.................................................... 1-2
■ Using the Keys.................................................................................... 1-3
1.2 I/O Configuration and Main Functions................................................................ 1-4
■ I/O Configuration ................................................................................ 1-4
■ Basic Model Number .......................................................................... 1-4
■ Main Functions ................................................................................... 1-4
1.3 Setting Level Configuration and Key Operations ............................................... 1-6
■ Selecting Parameters ......................................................................... 1-7
■ Fixing Settings .................................................................................... 1-7
1.4 Setting Switches................................................................................................. 1-8
Section 2 Preparations............................................................... 2-1
2.1 Installation .......................................................................................................... 2-2
■ External Dimensions (Unit: mm)......................................................... 2-2
■ Panel Cutout Dimensions (Unit: mm) ................................................. 2-2
■ Mounting ............................................................................................. 2-3
■ Removing the E5CSV from the Case ................................................. 2-3
2.2 Wiring Terminals ................................................................................................. 2-5
■ Terminal Arrangement ........................................................................ 2-5
■ Precautions when Wiring .................................................................... 2-5
■ Wiring.................................................................................................. 2-6
Section 3 Basic Operations........................................................ 3-1
3.1 Setting the Input Type......................................................................................... 3-2
■ Input Type ........................................................................................... 3-2
3.2 Selecting the Temperature Unit .......................................................................... 3-4
3.3 Selecting PID Control or ON/OFF Control ......................................................... 3-5
3.4 Setting Output Specifications ............................................................................. 3-6
■ Control Period..................................................................................... 3-6
■ Direct/Reverse Operation ................................................................... 3-6
3.5 Setting the Set Point (SP) .................................................................................. 3-7
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■ Changing the SP ................................................................................ 3-7
3.6 Using ON/OFF Control ....................................................................................... 3-8
■ ON/OFF Control ................................................................................. 3-8
3.7 Determining PID Constants (AT, ST, Manual Setup) .......................................... 3-9
■ AT (Auto-tuning).................................................................................. 3-9
■ ST (Self-tuning) ................................................................................ 3-10
■ Manual Setup.................................................................................... 3-12
3.8 Alarm Outputs .................................................................................................. 3-14
■ Alarm Types ...................................................................................... 3-14
■ Alarm Values..................................................................................... 3-14
3.9 Shifting Input Values......................................................................................... 3-16
■ Shifting Inputs ................................................................................... 3-16
Section 4 Operations for Applications......................................... 4-1
4.1 Moving to the Initial Setting Level....................................................................... 4-2
4.2 Assigning Outputs .............................................................................................. 4-3
■ Output Assignment ............................................................................. 4-3
4.3 Alarm Functions ................................................................................................. 4-4
■ Alarm Hysteresis ................................................................................ 4-4
■ Standby Sequence ............................................................................. 4-4
■ Close in Alarm/Open in Alarm.......................................................... 4-5
■ Alarm Latch ........................................................................................ 4-4
4.4 Setting the SP Upper and Lower Limit Values ................................................... 4-6
■ Set Point Limiter ................................................................................. 4-6
■ Setting................................................................................................. 4-6
4.5 Alarm Delays ...................................................................................................... 4-8
■ Alarm Delays ...................................................................................... 4-8
Section 5 Parameters................................................................. 5-1
5.1 Conventions Used in this Section....................................................................... 5-2
5.2 Operation Level .................................................................................................. 5-3
5.3 Moving to the Initial Setting Level....................................................................... 5-8
5.4 Initial Setting Level(1) ......................................................................................... 5-9
5.5 Initial Setting Level (2) ...................................................................................... 5-14
5.6 Initial Setting Level (3) ...................................................................................... 5-16
5.7 Initial Setting Level (4) ...................................................................................... 5-20
5.8 Initial Setting Level (5) ...................................................................................... 5-24
Appendices .............................................................................. A-1
Specifications ........................................................................................................... A-2
■ Ratings................................................................................................ A-2
■ Characteristics .................................................................................... A-3
Error Displays ........................................................................................................... A-4
Burnout/Short-circuit Display and Causes ............................................................... A-7
Parameter Operation Lists ....................................................................................... A-8
Sensor Input Setting Range, Indication Range, Control Range............................. A-12
Setting Levels Diagram .......................................................................................... A-14
Parameter Flow ...................................................................................................... A-15
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Section 1 Overview
1.1 Names of Parts ................................................................. 1-2
■ Front Panel ..................................................................1-2
● E5CSV................................................................. 1-2
● E5CS-U ............................................................... 1-2
■ Meanings of Indicators and Display ............................1-2
● Temperature display ............................................ 1-2
● Output indicator ................................................... 1-2
● Alarm indicators................................................... 1-2
● Mode indicators ................................................... 1-2
● Deviation indicators ............................................. 1-2
■ Using the Keys ............................................................1-3
● M (Mode) Key..................................................... 1-3
● U (Up) Key ......................................................... 1-3
● D (Down) Key..................................................... 1-3
● Lock Release Key (E5CSV only)......................... 1-3
1.2 I/O Configuration and Main Functions ............................... 1-4
■ I/O Configuration .........................................................1-4
● E5CSV and E5CS-U ........................................... 1-4
■ Basic Model Number...................................................1-4
● Models with Terminal Blocks ............................... 1-4
● Plug-in Models..................................................... 1-4
■ Main Functions ............................................................1-4
● Input Sensor Types.............................................. 1-4
● Control Outputs ................................................... 1-5
● Alarms ................................................................. 1-5
● Control Adjustment.............................................. 1-5
1.3 Setting Level Configuration and Key Operations................ 1-6
● Operation Level ................................................... 1-6
● Initial Setting Level .............................................. 1-6
■ Selecting Parameters ..................................................1-7
■ Fixing Settings.............................................................1-7
1.4 Setting Switches ............................................................... 1-8
● E5CSV................................................................. 1-8
● E5CS-U ............................................................... 1-8
● Protect Switch ..................................................... 1-9
● INIT Switch .......................................................... 1-9
● Control Mode Switches ....................................... 1-9
● Temperature Range Switch............................... 1-10
● Alarm Mode Switch ........................................... 1-12
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Overview
Section 1 Overview
1.1 Names of Parts
■ Front Panel
● E5CSV
● E5CS-U
Tool insertion hole
Deviation
indicators
Deviation
indicators
Temperature display
Temperature display
Output indicator
Output indicator
Mode
indicators
Alarm indicators
Alarm indicators
Mode Key
Mode
indicators
Up Key
Up Key
Mode Key
Lock Release Key
Tool
insertion hole
Front door
opening/closing
groove
Down Key
Down Key
キ
Front door
■ Meanings of Indicators and Display
● Temperature
display
Displays the present temperature or the parameters for the set point,
etc.
Displays 0 and lights for approximately one second during startup.
● Output indicator
OUT (control output):
● Alarm indicators
(1) ALM1(Alarm 1): Lights when the alarm 1 function is ON.
(2) ALM2 (Alarm 2): Lights when the alarm 2 function is ON.
● Mode indicators
(1) SP (SP mode): Lights when SP mode is being used. Lights
when the SP is being displayed in the operation level.
(2) ALM (ALM mode): Lights when ALM mode is being used. Lights
when the alarm value 1 is being displayed in the operation level.
Flashes when alarm value 2 is being displayed.
● Deviation
indicators
▲ : Lights when the deviation between the PV and SP is greater than
1%
FS
Lights when the control output function is ON.
(multi-input
(thermocouple/platinum
resistance
thermometer) models: 0.25% FS).
■
: Lights when the deviation between the PV and SP is within ±1%
FS (multi-input (thermocouple/platinum resistance thermometer)
models: ±0.25% FS).
▼ : Lights when the deviation between the PV and SP is smaller than
−1%
FS
(multi-input
(thermocouple/platinum
resistance
thermometer) models: −0.25% FS). Either of the deviation
indicators flashes during ST (self-tuning)/AT (auto-tuning)
operation.
* The temperature range within which the ■ deviation indicator
lights can be changed in the initial setting level (1).
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1.1 Names of Parts
Overview
■ Using the Keys
This section describes the basic functions of the front panel keys.
● M (Mode) Key
● U (Up) Key
Press this key to change parameters within a setting level.
● D (Down) Key
Each press of this key decrements the setting value.
Holding the key down speeds up the decrementation.
Each press of this key increments the setting value.
Holding the key down speeds up the incrementation.
● Lock Release Key When the protect switch is ON, the set value can be changed by
pressing the U and D Keys while holding down the Lock Release
(E5CSV only)
Key.
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Overview
Section 1 Overview
1.2 I/O Configuration and Main Functions
■ I/O Configuration
● E5CSV and E5CS-U
Control function
Temperature
input
Control
section
Control output
Alarm 2 function
Alarm output 2
Alarm 1 function
Alarm output 1
* Functions can be assigned individually for each output by changing the set
values for the control output assignment, the alarm 1 assignment, and the
alarm 2 assignment in the initial setting level.
■ Basic Model Number
● Models with Terminal Blocks
E5CSV - @ @ @ @ -@
Case color
Blank: Black
W : Light gray
Voltage specifications Blank: 100 to 240 VAC
D : 24 VAC/VDC
Input type
K,J : Thermocouple (K, J)
P : Platinum resistance thermometer
G : Thermistor
T : Multi-input (thermocouple/platinum resistance
thermometer) models
Alarm output Blank : None 1 : One output
2 : Two outputs
Control output R : Relay Q : Voltage output (for driving the SSR)
● Plug-in Models
E5CS - @ @ @ @ U-@
Case color
Blank: Black
W: Light gray
Voltage specifications Blank: 100 to 240 VAC
D: 24 VAC/VDC
Input type
K,J : Thermocouple (K, J)
P : Platinum resistance thermometer
G : Thermistor
T : Multi-input (thermocouple/platinum resistance
thermometer) models
Alarm output
Blank : None 1 : One output
2 : Two outputs
Control output R : Relay
Q: Voltage output (for driving the SSR)
A functional explanation is provided here for illustration, but models are not necessarily
available for all possible combinations. Refer to the catalog when ordering.
■ Main
Functions
This section introduces the main E5CSV/E5CS-U functions.
For details on particular functions and how to use them, refer to
SECTION 3 and following sections.
● Input Sensor
Types
Thermocouple:
K, J, L
Platinum resistance:
thermometer
Pt100, JPt100
Thermistor:
E52-THE@@
Multi-input (thermocouple/platinum resistance thermometer) models:
K, J, L, T, U, N, R, Pt100, JPt100
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1.2 I/O Configuration and Main Functions
● Control Outputs
•
● Alarms
•
Alarms are supported by E5CSV-@1@@-@, E5CSV-@2@@-@,
E5CS-@1@@U-@, and E5CS-@2@@U-@. Set the alarm classification
and alarm value or the alarm's upper and lower limits. If necessary, a
more comprehensive alarm function can be achieved by setting the
standby sequence, close in alarm/open in alarm, and alarm latch
parameters.
● Control
Adjustment
•
Optimum PID constants can be set easily by performing AT
(auto-tuning) or ST (self-tuning).
1-5
Overview
A control output can be relay or voltage output, depending on the
model.
Overview
Section 1 Overview
1.3 Setting Level Configuration and Key Operations
Parameters are divided into groups, each called a “level.” Each of the set values (setting items) in
these levels is called a “parameter.”.
The parameters on the E5CSV/E5CS-U are divided as follows:
When the power is turned ON, “0” will be displayed for approximately one second.
INIT switch: ON
Protect switch: OFF
Power
ON
U Key
Operation
level
*1
Initial
setting level
OUT
-0 SP ALM
ALM1 2
After
selecting the
mode using
the U/D
Keys, press
the M Key.
Press the M Key
for at least 3 s.
Initial setting
level
(1) to (5)
Control in progress
Control stopped
Level change
*1: If there is no input for 5 s or longer, a software reset will be performed to change
to the operation level.
Operation level
Initial setting level
Control in
progress
○
−
Control
stopped
−
○
○: Can be set.
Control will stop when the operation level is changed to the initial setting level.
● Operation Level
•
•
The operation level is displayed when the power is turned ON.
Normally, select this level during operation. The PV can be
monitored during operation. The SP and alarm values can also be
monitored and changed.
● Initial Setting
Level
•
To display the initial setting level, set the protect switch to OFF and
the INIT switch to ON, then turn ON the power while pressing the U
Key. After turning ON the power, -0- will be displayed for 5 s. Within
these 5 s, select the initial setting level (1) to (5). (All deviation
indicators ▲ ■ ▼ will flash in the initial setting level selection
display.)
In this level, settings including the hysteresis, output assignment, SP
upper and lower limits, and PID constants can be set.
Press the M Key from the initial setting level (1) to (5) for at least 3 s.
If there is no input within 5 s of -0- being displayed, a software reset
will be performed to change to the operation level.
•
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1.3 Setting Level Configuration and Key Operations
•
Within each level, the parameter is changed each time the M Key is
pressed.
The parameter changes immediately after pressing the M key.
Parameter
1
M
Parameter
2
M
Parameter
3
M
Parameter
4
M
■ Fixing Settings
•
•
•
•
If the M Key is pressed at the final parameter, the display returns to
the top parameter for the current level.
To change parameter settings, specify the setting using the U or D
Key, and either leave the setting for at least 2 s or press the M Key.
This fixes the setting.
When another level is selected after a setting has been changed, the
contents of the parameter prior to the change are fixed.
Be sure to first fix the settings (by pressing the M Key) before
turning OFF the power. The settings are sometimes not changed by
merely pressing the U or D Keys.
1-7
Overview
■ Selecting
Parameters
1.4 Setting Switches
•
● E5CSV
Insert the tool (refer to the diagram) into the two tool insertion holes
(one on the top and one on the bottom) and release the hooks. Then,
grip the front panel and pull out towards you to remove it.
Tool insertion hole
Alarm mode switch *1
Temperature range switch
Tool insertion hole
Flat-blade screwdriver
(Unit: mm)
20 min.
Overview
Section 1 Overview
Control mode switches
INIT switch *2
Protect swtich
*1. The alarm mode switch is not provided on models without alarms.
*2. The INIT switch is always OFF during normal operation.
● E5CS-U
•
Pull forward on the front door opening/closing groove located on the
right of the front panel and open the front door. Only open the front
door to set the switches. When not setting the switches, always use
the E5CS-U with the front door closed.
Front door
opening/closing
groove
Protect switch
INIT switch *2
Front door
Control mode switches
Alarm mode switch *1
Temperature range switch
*1. The alarm mode switch is not provided on models without alarms.
*2. The INIT switch is always OFF during normal operation.
1-8
1.4 Setting Switches
Overview
Control mode switches
ON ON
•
•
•
● INIT Switch
•
● Control Mode
Switches
•
4
•
•
8
7
Turn this switch ON when starting from the initial setting level. For
normal operation, make sure this switch is turned OFF.
Use the control mode switches to make the following operation
settings.
3
•
Alarm mode switch
When the protect switch is ON, Up Key and Down Key operations
are prohibited to prevent setting mistakes.
The Mode Key, however, can also be operated even if the protect
switch is ON.
(The display can be switched between the process value, set point,
alarm value, and input shift value.)
The default is OFF.
Switch
1
2
•
•
8
Temperature range switch
Protect switch
● Protect Switch
5 6
6
4
5
5 6
4
4
INIT switch
3
3
2
2
1
0 1
3
X
9
2
P
0 1
7
9
Function
PID ON/OFF
Control period
Direct/reverse
operation
Input shift
display
5
Temperature
Controller
selection
6
Temperature
unit
OFF
ON/OFF control
20 s
ON
2-PID control
2s
Reverse operation
Direct operation
Disabled
Enabled
Thermocouple: K, J
Platinum resistance
thermometer:
JPt100
Multi-input:
Thermocouple input
Thermocouple:
K, L
Platinum
resistance
thermometer:
Pt100
Multi-input:
Platinum
resistance
thermometer input
°C
°F
All switches are OFF for the default settings.
The hysteresis when using ON/OFF control is 0.2% FS (multi-input
(thermocouple/platinum resistance thermometer) models: 0.1% FS).
When 2-PID control is set, optimum PID parameters are set
automatically and controlled using ST (self-tuning).
When the input shift display is disabled, the input shift is not displayed,
but is enabled.
To disable input shift, set the input shift value to H0.
The default setting for the input shift is H0.
When using thermistor input, the setting for switch 5 is ignored.
1-9
Section 1 Overview
Overview
● Temperature
Range Switch
•
Set the temperature range using the temperature range switch
numbers.
Thermocouple input (E5CSV-@ KJ, E5CS-@ KJU)
TemSet range
Speciperficaature
°C
°F
tions
range
0
0
to
200 0
to
200
1
0
to
300 0
to
300
2
0
to
400 0
to
400
K
3
0
to
500 0
to
500
4
0
to
600 0
to
600
5
0
to
999 0
to
999
6
0
to
200 0
to
999
7
0
to
300 0
to
300
J or L
8
0
to
400 0
to
400
9
0
to
500 0
to
500
* The default is 2.
Platinum resistance thermometer input
(E5CSV-@P, E5CS-@PU)
TemSpeciperficaature
tions
range
0
−50
1
0.0
2
−20
3
0.0
JPt100
4
0
or
5
0
Pt100
6
0
7
0
8
0
9
0.0
* The default is 3.
1-10
Setting range
°F
°C
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
50
50.0
80
99.9
200
300
400
300
400
199.9
−50
0.0
−20
0.0
0
0
0
0
0
0.0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
50
50.0
80
99.9
200
300
400
600
800
199.9
1.4 Setting Switches
Overview
Thermistor input
(E5CSV-@G, E5CS-@GU)
TemSpeciperfica°C
ature
tions
range
0
to
−50
1
0
to
2
50
to
3
100
to
4
150
to
G
5
to
−50
6
0
to
7
50
to
8
100
to
9
150
to
Setting range
°F
50
100
150
200
300
50
100
150
200
300
−50
0
100
200
300
−50
0
100
200
300
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
100
200
300
400
600
100
200
300
400
600
* The default is 1.
Multi-input (thermocouple/platinum resistance thermometer)
models (E5CSV-@T, E5CS-@TU)
Control mode switch 5: OFF
TemSpeciperfica°C
ature
tions
range
0
to
−99
K
1
0.0
to
2
to
−99
J
3
0.0
to
L
4
to
−99
5
to
−99
T
6
0.0
to
U
7
to
−99
N
8
to
−99
R
9
0
to
Control mode switch 5:
TemSpeciperficaature
tions
range
0
−99
1
0.0
Pt100
2
−99
3
0
4
0
5
−99
6
0.0
JPt100
7
−99
8
0
9
0
Setting range
°F
1300
199.9
850
199.9
850
400
199.9
400
1300
1700
−99
0.0
−99
0.0
−99
−99
0.0
−99
−99
0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
1999
199.9
1500
199.9
1500
700
199.9
700
1999
1999
ON
Setting range
°C
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
°F
850
199.9
99
200
400
500
199.9
99
200
400
−99
0.0
−99
0
0
−99
0.0
−99
0
0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
1500
199.9
99
200
400
900
199.9
99
200
400
* The default is 0.
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Overview
Section 1 Overview
● Alarm Mode
Switch
•
Select the alarm mode switch number when changing to the alarm
mode. This switch is not provided in models without alarms.)
Set
Alarm output
Alarm type
value
operation
0,9
1
2
3
4
Alarm function OFF
Upper- and lower-limit
Upper-limit
Lower-limit
Upper- and lower-limit range
Output OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
SP
X
SP
X
OFF
6
Upper-limit with standby
sequence
ON
Absolute-value upper-limit
X
OFF
ON
8
SP
OFF
Upper- and lower-limit with
standby sequence
Lower-limit with standby
sequence
X
ON
5
7
X
SP
X
OFF
ON
X
SP
X
OFF
OFF
X
SP
X
SP
Y
ON
OFF
0
* Alarm values 1 to 7: Set the deviation from the SP (set point) in
the alarm value (X).
Alarm 8: Set the absolute value from 0°C/°F in the alarm value (Y).
* The default is 2 (upper-limit alarm).
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Section 2 Preparations
2.1 Installation ................................................................................2-2
■ External Dimensions (Unit: mm) .................................2-2
● E5CSV..................................................................2-2
● E5CS-U ................................................................2-2
■ Panel Cutout Dimensions (Unit: mm) .........................2-2
● E5CSV and E5CS-U ............................................2-2
■ Mounting......................................................................2-3
● E5CSV..................................................................2-3
● E5CS-U ................................................................2-3
● Mounting to the Panel ..........................................2-3
● Mounting the Terminal Cover ...............................2-3
■ Removing the E5CSV from the Case .........................2-3
2.2 Wiring Terminals .......................................................................2-5
■ Terminal Arrangement.................................................2-5
● E5CSV..................................................................2-5
● E5CS-U (Without Alarms) .................................2-5
(With Alarms) ...........................................................2-5
■ Precautions when Wiring ............................................2-6
■ Wiring ..........................................................................2-6
● Power Supply........................................................2-6
● Input......................................................................2-6
● Control Outputs ....................................................2-7
● Alarm Outputs 1 and 2 .........................................2-7
2-1
Section 2 Preparations
2.1 Installation
■ External Dimensions (Unit: mm)
● E5CSV
84
Preparations
6
78
1.5
44.8 X 44.8
58
48 X 48
48
● E5CS-U
94.45
(7.75)
6.25
72.5
14.2
44.8 X 44.8
58
48 X 48
48
■ Panel Cutout Dimensions (Unit: mm)
● E5CSV and E5CS-U
Individual Mounting
Group Mounting
(48 × Number of Units – 2.5) +1.0
45
60 min.
45
+0.6
0
0
+0.6
0
+0.6
0
45
•
•
•
2-2
The recommended panel thickness is 1 to 4 mm.
Waterproofing is not possible when group mounting several Controllers.
When group mounting several Controllers, ensure that the ambient temperature does not exceed
the specifications due to heat generated by the Controllers.
2.1 Installation
•
Group mounting is possible in one direction only, either vertical or horizontal.
■ Mounting
For the Wiring Socket, separately purchase the P2CF-08 or P3G-08 for
models without alarms, or the P2CF-11 or P3GA-11 for models with
alarms.
●E5CSV
●E5CS-U
Terminal cover
Preparations
Adapter
Panel
Waterproof packing
● Mounting to the
Panel
(1) For waterproof mounting, waterproof packing must be installed
on the Controller. Waterproofing is not possible when group
mounting several Controllers. (E5CSV only)
(2) Insert the E5CSV/E5CS-U into the mounting hole in the panel.
(3) Push the adapter from the terminals up to the panel, and
temporarily fasten the E5CSV/E5CS-U.
(4) Tighten the two fastening screws on the adapter. Alternately
tighten the two screws little by little to maintain a balance. Tighten
the screws to a torque of 0.29 to 0.39 N·m.
● Mounting the
Terminal Cover
For the E5CSV, make sure that the “UP” mark is facing up, and then fit
the terminal cover into the holes on the top and bottom.
* Order the E53-COU10 Terminal Cover separately.
The Temperature Controller can be removed from the case to perform
maintenance without removing the terminal leads. Only E5CSV can
be removed from the case. The E5CS-U cannot be removed from the
case.
Tool
insertion hole
Flat-blade screwdriver
(Unit: mm)
(1)
20 min.
■ Removing the
E5CSV from
the Case
(3)
(2)
(1)
2-3
Section 2 Preparations
(1) Insert the tool into the two tool insertion holes (one on the top
and one on the bottom) and release the hooks.
(2) Insert the tool in the gap between the front panel and rear case,
and pull out the front panel slightly. Grip the front panel and pull
out fully. Be sure not to impose excessive force on the panel.
Preparations
(3) When inserting the E5CSV, check to make sure that the sealing
rubber is in place and push the E5CSV toward the rear case until
it snaps into position. While pushing the E5CSV into place, push
down on the hooks on the top and bottom surfaces of the rear
case so that the hooks are securely locked in place. Make sure
that electronic components do not come into contact with the
case.
* Do not remove the terminal block. Doing so will result in
malfunction or failure.
2-4
2.2 Wiring Terminals
2.2 Wiring Terminals
■ Terminal
Arrangement
Relay output
+
250 VAC, 3 A
(Resistive load) Control output
−
Voltage output
12 VDC, 21 mA
⑥
②
⑦
Alarm output (relay output),
250 VAC, 1 A (resistive load)
Alarm 2
Alarm 1
A
−
B
+
Thermocouple
input
③
⑧
④
⑨
⑤
⑩
Input power supply
B
Thermistor
input
①
・100 to 240 VAC
・24 VAC/VDC (no polarity)
Platinum resistance
thermometer input
+
● E5CS-U
(Without Alarms)
④
A
.
-
B
+
B
Thermocouple
input
-
③
⑥
②
⑦
●
Thermistor
input
Control output
⑤
⑧
①
Platinum resistance
thermometer input
Relay output
SPDT, 250 VAC, 3
A (resistive load)
Voltage output
12 VDC, 21 mA
Input power supply
・100 to 240 VAC
・24 VAC/VDC (no polarity)
* Purchase the P2CF-08 or P3G-08 wiring socket separately.
(With Alarms)
Relay output
SPDT, 250 VAC, 3 A
(Resistive load)
-
Control output
A
Voltage output
12 VDC, 21 mA
+
Thermistor
input
Alarm output (relay output),
250 VAC, 1 A (resistive load)
+
B
⑤
⑥
⑦
Alarm 1
④
⑧
③
Alarm 2
⑨
②
⑩
①
B
Thermocouple Platinum resistance
input
thermometer input
⑪
Input power supply
100 to 240 VAC
24 VAC/VDC (no polarity)
* Purchase the P2CF-11 or P3GA-11 wiring socket separately.
2-5
Preparations
● E5CSV
Section 2 Preparations
・ Separate input leads and power lines in order to prevent external
noise.
2
・ Use AWG24 (cross-sectional area: 0.205 mm ) to AWG18
2
(cross-sectional area: 0.832 mm ) twisted-pair cable (stripping
length: 5 to 6 mm).
・ Use crimp terminals when wiring the terminals.
・ Tighten the terminal screws to a torque of 0.74 to 0.90 N·m.
The tightening torque for E5CS-U is 0.5 N·m.
・ Use the following types of crimp terminals for M3.5 screws.
Preparations
■ Precautions
when Wiring
7.2 mm max.
7.2 mm max.
■ Wiring
● Power Supply
In the connection diagrams, the left side of the terminal numbers
represents the inside of the Controller and the right side represents
the outside.
•
With the E5CSV, connect to terminals 9 and 10. For the E5CS-U with
alarms, connect to terminals 10 and 11, and for E5CS-U models
without alarms, connect to terminals 7 and 8. The following table
shows the specifications.
Power Consumption
Input power supply
100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
24 VAC, 50/60 Hz
24 VDC (no polarity)
•
•
● Input
•
E5CS-U
5 VA
3 VA
2W
For the E5CS-U, standard insulation is applied between the input
power supply and the I/O sections. If reinforced insulation is required,
connect the input and output terminals to a device without any
exposed current-carrying parts or to a device with standard
insulation suitable for the maximum operating voltage of the power
supply I/O section.
For the E5CSV, reinforced insulation is applied between the input
power supply, relay outputs, and other terminals.
Make the connections as shown below, using terminals 3 to 5 for the
E5CSV, and terminals 1 to 3 for the E5CS-U, and matching the input
types.
③ A
③
④
⑤
+
Thermocouple
④
B
⑤
B
③
③
③ A
③
④
② -
② B
②
①
① B
①
⑤
Platinum resistance Thermistor
thermometer
E5CSV
2-6
E5CSV
5 VA
3 VA
2W
+
Thermocouple
Platinum resistance Thermistor
thermometer
E5CS-U
2.2 Wiring Terminals
● Control Outputs
•
Outputs are sent from terminals 1 and 2 with the E5CSV, and from
terminals 4 to 6 with the E5CS-U. The following diagrams show the
available outputs and their internal equalizing circuits.
+v
+v
①
①
+
L
②
GND ②
Relay
④
⑤
GND ⑤
⑥
-
Voltage
+
L
-
⑥
Voltage
Relay
E5CS-U
The following table shows the specifications for each output type.
Output type
•
● Alarm Outputs 1
and 2
Specifications
250 VAC, 3A (resistive load), electrical durability:
Relay
100,000 operations
PNP type, 12 VDC ±15%, 21 mA (with short-circuit
Voltage (PNP)
protection)
A voltage output (control output) is not electrically isolated from the
internal circuits. When using a grounding Sensor, do not connect any
of the control output terminals to the ground. (If control output
terminals are connected to the ground, errors will occur in the
measured temperature values as a result of leakage current.)
•
With the E5CSV-@1@@-@, alarm output 1 (ALM1) is output across
terminals 7 and 8.
•
On the E5CSV-@2@@-@, alarm output 1 (ALM1) is output across
terminals 7 and 8, and alarm output 2 (ALM2) is output across
terminals 6 and 8.
With the E5CS-@1@@U-@, alarm output 1 (ALM1) is output across
terminals 7 and 8.
On the E5CS-@2@@U-@, alarm output 1 (ALM1) is output across
terminals 7 and 8, and alarm output 2 (ALM2) is output across
terminals 7 and 9.
The following diagrams show the internal equalizing circuits for
alarm outputs 1 and 2.
•
•
•
⑥
⑦
⑧
⑦
ALM2
ALM1
E5CSV
•
⑧
ALM1
ALM2
⑨
E5CS-U
The relay specifications are as follows:
SPST-NO, 250 VAC, 1 A (resistive load)
2-7
Preparations
E5CSV
•
④
Section 3 Basic
Operations
3.1 Setting the Input Type ................................................................... 3-2
■ Input Type .................................................................3-2
● Thermocouple ......................................................3-2
● Platinum Resistance Thermometer......................3-2
● Thermistor ............................................................3-3
● Multi-input (Thermocouple/Platinum Resistance
Thermometer) Models..........................................3-3
3.2 Selecting the Temperature Unit .................................................... 3-4
● Temperature Unit..................................................3-4
3.3 Selecting PID Control or ON/OFF Control.................................... 3-5
● 2-PID Control........................................................3-5
● ON/OFF Control ...................................................3-5
3.4 Setting Output Specifications ....................................................... 3-6
■ Control Period...........................................................3-6
■ Direct/Reverse Operation..........................................3-6
3.5 Setting the Set Point (SP)............................................................. 3-7
■ Changing the SP ......................................................3-7
3.6 Using ON/OFF Control ................................................................. 3-8
■ ON/OFF Control .......................................................3-8
● Hysteresis.............................................................3-8
3.7 Determining PID Constants (AT, ST, Manual Setup) .................... 3-9
■ AT (Auto-tuning)........................................................3-9
● AT Operations.......................................................3-9
■ ST (Self-tuning) ...................................................... 3-10
● Startup Conditions..............................................3-10
● ST Stable Range ................................................3-11
■ Manual Setup ......................................................... 3-12
3.8 Alarm Outputs............................................................................. 3-14
■ Alarm Types............................................................ 3-14
■ Alarm Values .......................................................... 3-14
3.9 Shifting Input Values ................................................................... 3-16
■ Shifting Inputs......................................................... 3-16
● Shift Method .......................................................3-17
3-1
Section 3 Basic Operations
3.1 Setting the Input Type
The E5CS is available in models with thermocouple input, models with platinum resistance
thermometer input, thermistor input, and multi-input (thermocouple/platinum resistance thermometer)
models. The type of Sensor that can be used depends on the model. Confirm the model that was
purchased, and set the Sensor to be used and the temperature range switch.
■ Input Type
Specifications
● Thermocouple
K
Basic
Operations
J/L
•
•
•
Temperature
range
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Input temperature range
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
200
300
400
500
600
999
200
300
400
500
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
200
300
400
500
600
999
999
300
400
500
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
The default is 2.
The control range is –10% to 10% FS for each temperature range.
J/L can be selected using the control mode switch 5. J is set when the
switch is OFF, and L is set when the switch is ON.
● Platinum
Resistance Thermometer
Specifications
JPt100/Pt100
•
•
•
•
3-2
Temperature
range
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Input temperature range
-50
0.0
-20
0.0
0
0
0
0
0
0.0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
50
50.0
80
99.9
200
300
400
300
400
199.9
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
-50
0.0
-20
0.0
0
0
0
0
0
0.0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
50
50.0
80
99.9
200
300
400
600
800
199.9
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
The default is 3.
The control range is –10% to 10% FS for each temperature range.
JPt100/Pt100 can be selected using the control mode switch 5.
JPt100 is set when this switch is OFF, and Pt100 is set when this
switch is ON.
If unit is changed to 1 degree when the SP and alarm value for the
temperature range are displayed in 0.1-units from 0.0 to 199.9, 0.0 to
99.9 or 0.0 to 50.0, the values will be multiplied by 10 (e.g., 0.5
becomes 5). If the unit is changed in the reverse direction, the values
will be divided by 10. After changing the range, reset the Controller.
3.1 Setting the Input Type
● Thermistor
Specifications
THE
•
•
6 KΩ (0°C)
6 KΩ (0°C)
30 KΩ (0°C)
550 Ω (200°C)
4 KΩ (200°C)
6 KΩ (0°C)
6 KΩ (0°C)
30 KΩ (0°C)
550 Ω (200°C)
4 KΩ (200°C)
Temperature
range
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Input temperature range
-50
0
50
100
150
-50
0
50
100
150
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
50
100
150
200
300
50
100
150
200
300
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
-50
0
100
200
300
-50
0
100
200
300
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
100
200
300
400
600
100
200
300
400
600
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
● Multi-input (Thermocouple/Platinum Resistance Thermometer) Models
Control Mode Switch 5:
OFF
Specifications
K
J
L
T
U
N
R
Control Mode Switch 5:
ON
Specifications
Pt100
JPt100
•
•
•
Temperature
range
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Temperature
range
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Input temperature range
-99
0.0
-99
0.0
-99
-99
0.0
-99
-99
0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
1300
199.9
850
199.9
850
400
199.9
400
1300
1700
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
-99
0.0
-99
0.0
-99
-99
0.0
-99
-99
0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
1999
199.9
1500
199.9
1500
700
199.9
700
1999
1999
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
1500
199.9
99
200
400
900
199.9
99
200
400
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
Input temperature range
-99
0.0
-99
0
0
-99
0.0
-99
0
0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
850
199.9
99
200
400
500
199.9
99
200
400
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
-99
0.0
-99
0
0
-99
0.0
-99
0
0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
The default is 0.
The control range is ±20°C or ±40°F of the input temperature range.
If unit is changed to 1 degree when the SP and alarm value for the
temperature range are displayed in 0.1-units from 0.0 to 199.9, 0.0 to
99.9 or 0.0 to 50.0, the values will be multiplied by 10 (e.g., 0.5
becomes 5). If the unit is changed in the reverse direction, the values
will be divided by 10. After changing the range, reset the Controller.
3-3
Basic
Operations
The default is 1. If the setting is changed to a temperature range that goes
below 0°C, the minimum value inside the SP range will be automatically used
as the SP. The SP will be displayed when the power is turned ON.
The control range depends on the setting numbers, as follows:
Input setting numbers 0 and 5:
−50 to +60°C
Input setting numbers 2 and 7:
0 to 160°C or 35 to 320°F
Input setting numbers 3 and 8:
0 to 210°C or 35 to 420°F
Input setting numbers 4 and 9:
25 to 315°C or 80 to 630°F
Others: −10% to 10% FS
Section 3 Basic Operations
3.2 Selecting the Temperature Unit
● Temperature Unit
•
Basic
Operations
•
3-4
Select the temperature unit as either °C or °F using the control
mode switch 6.
The default is OFF (°C).
3.3 Selecting PID Control or ON/OFF Control
3.3 Selecting PID Control or ON/OFF Control
Two control methods are supported: 2-PID control and ON/OFF control. Switching between 2-PID control
and ON/OFF control is performed using the control mode switch 1. When this parameter is set to ON,
2-PID control is selected, and when it is set to OFF, ON/OFF control is selected. The default is OFF
(ON/OFF control).
PID control is set by AT (auto-tuning), ST (self-tuning), or manual
setting.
For PID control, set the PID constants in the “proportional band” (P),
“integral time” (I), and “derivative time” (D) parameters.
● ON/OFF Control
In ON/OFF control, the control output is turned ON when the process
value is lower than the current set point, and the control output is
turned OFF when the process value is higher than the current set
point (reverse operation).
Basic
Operations
● 2-PID Control
3-5
Section 3 Basic Operations
3.4 Setting Output Specifications
■ Control Period
•
Set the output period (control period). Though a shorter period
provides better control performance, it is recommended that the
control period be set to 20 seconds or longer for a relay output to
preserve the service life of the relay. After the settings have been
made in the initial setup, readjust the control period, as required, by
means such as trial operation.
The control period can be set to either 2 s or 20 s using the control
mode switch 2. The default is OFF (20 s).
The control period can also be set to 6 s or 60 s by changing the
control period setting in the initial setting level (1).
•
Basic
Operations
•
■ Direct/Reverse
Operation
•
“Direct operation” increases the manipulated variable whenever the
process value increases. “Reverse operation” decreases the
manipulated variable whenever the process value increases.
Manipulated variable
Manipulated variable
100%
100%
0%
0%
Low
temperature
Set point
High
temperature
Direct operation
Low
temperature
Set point
High
temperature
Reverse operation
For example, when the process value (PV) is lower than the set point
(SP) in a heating control system, the manipulated variable increases
according to the difference between the PV and SP. Accordingly,
reverse operation is used in a heating control system. Direct
operation is used in a cooling control system, in which the operation
is the opposite of a heating control system.
•
Set using the control mode switch 3. The default is OFF (reverse
operation).
3-6
3.5 Setting the Set Point (SP)
3.5 Setting the Set Point (SP)
The operation level is displayed when the power is turned ON. When
the M Key is used to light the SP indicator in the display, the set point
is displayed.
■ Changing
SP
the
•
•
•
OUT
23
ALM 1
Process
value (PV)
2
2. Use the U and D Keys to set the set point to 200.
M
OUT
0
SP ALM
In this example, the set point is changed from 0°C to 200°C.
1. Display the set point (SP mode) using the M Key.
Power ON
SP ALM
Basic
Operations
Operating Procedure
To change the set point, press the U or D Key while SP is lit on the
display, and set the desired set value. The new set point is selected
two seconds after the new value is specified.
The set point cannot be changed when the protect switch is ON.
The setting window for the set point (SP mode) can be set as the
default window when the power is turned ON using the “PV/SP
display” parameter in the initial setting level (1).
ALM1
SP mode
Set point
2
U+D
OUT
2 00
SP ALM
ALM1
2
3-7
Section 3 Basic Operations
3.6 Using ON/OFF Control
In ON/OFF control, the control output turns OFF when the temperature being controlled reaches the
preset set point. When the manipulated variable turns OFF, the temperature begins to fall and the
control turns ON again. This operation is repeated over a certain temperature range. At this time, the
amount that the temperature must fall before control turns ON again is determined by the “hysteresis”
parameter. Also, what direction the manipulated variable must be adjusted in response to an increase
or decrease in the process value is determined by the “direct/reverse operation” parameter.
■ ON/OFF
Control
Basic
Operations
● Hysteresis
•
•
•
Switching between 2-PID control and ON/OFF control is performed
using the control mode switch 1. When this parameter is set to ON,
2-PID control is selected, and when it is set to OFF, ON/OFF control
is selected. The default is OFF (ON/OFF control).
With ON/OFF control, hysteresis is used to stabilize operation when
switching between ON and OFF. The hysteresis width is referred to
as “hysteresis.”
Set the hysteresis in the “hysteresis” parameter in the initial setting
level (1).
Reverse operation
Hysteresis
(heating)
ON
OFF
PV
Set point
3-8
3.7 Determining PID Constants (AT, ST, Manual Setup)
3.7 Determining PID Constants (AT, ST, Manual Setup)
■ AT (Auto-tuning)
•
● AT Operations
AT execution
OUT
O UT
20
SPALM
ALM 1
U+D
2
Press for at
least 2 s.
20
SP A LM
A LM 1
20
SPALM
ALM 1
2
2
AT execution
in progress
OUT
AT cancelled
Basic
Operations
When AT is executed, the optimum PID constants for the set point at
that time are set automatically. A method (called the limit cycle
method) for forcibly changing the manipulated variable and finding
the characteristics of the control target is employed.
•
Auto-tuning (AT) cannot be used during ON/OFF control.
•
The AT results are reflected in the “proportional band” (P), “integral
time” (I), and “derivative time” (D) parameters in the initial setting
level (2).
With PV Display
AT (auto-tuning) is executed by pressing the U and D Keys for at
least 2 s while the PV is displayed. The deviation indicators flash
during auto-tuning (AT) execution. AT will be cancelled by performing
the same operation that AT is executing during AT operation. Flashing
stops when AT is completed.
OUT
U+D
20
SPALM
ALM 1
2
Press for at
least 2 s.
AT execution
in progress
*: One of the deviation indicators (▲ ■▼ ) will flash.
Without PV Display
The “AT execute/cancel” parameter is displayed in the operation
level. Auto-tuning (AT) starts when the “AT execute/cancel”
parameter is set to 1. Auto-tuning (AT) is cancelled when the “AT
execute/cancel” parameter is set to 0 during auto-tuning. When
auto-tuning is completed, the “AT execute/cancel” parameter is
automatically set to 0.
AT execution
O UT
a t. 0
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
O UT
D
a t.1
SP A LM
ALM1
2
AT execution
in progress
AT cancelled
O UT
O UT
a t. 1
SP ALM
A LM 1
a t.0
2
D
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
AT execution
in progress
*: One of the deviation indicators (▲ ■▼ ) will flash.
3-9
Section 3 Basic Operations
■ ST (Self-tuning)
ST (self-tuning) is a function that finds PID constants by using step
response tuning (SRT) when Controller operation begins or when the
set point is changed.
Once the PID constants have been calculated, ST is not executed
when the next control operation is started as long as the set point
remains unchanged.
When the ST function is in operation, be sure to turn ON the power
supply of the load connected to the control output simultaneously
with or before starting Controller operation.
Basic
Operations
● Startup
Conditions
Self-tuning by step response tuning (SRT) is started when the
following conditions are met after program execution is started and
the set point is changed.
At start of operation
When set point is changed
1. The set point at the start of
operation differs from the set point
when the previous SRT was
executed. *1
2.The
difference
between
the
temperature at the start of
operation and the set point is
greater than both the following:
(Present proportional band
× 1.27 + 4°C) and the ST stable
range.
3. The temperature at the start of
operation is lower than the set
point during reverse operation, and
is larger than the set point during
direct operation.
1. The set point after changing differs
from the set point when the
previous SRT was executed. *1
4. There is no reset from input errors.
2. The set point change width is
greater than both of the following:
(Present proportional band × 1.27
+ 4°C) and the ST stable range.
3. During reverse operation, the new
set point is larger than the set point
before the change; and during
direct operation, the new set point
is smaller than the set point before
the change.
4. The temperature is stable. *2
(Equilibrium with the output
amount at 0% when the power is
turned ON is also all right. *3
*1. The previous SRT-implemented set point is the set point that was
used for calculating the PID constants for the previous SRT.
*2. In this state, the measurement point is within the ST stable range.
*3. In this state, the change width of the PV every 60 seconds is
within the ST stable range or less.
When auto-tuning (AT) is executed, PID constants are not changed by
self-tuning (ST) for the present set point.
3-10
3.7 Determining PID Constants (AT, ST, Manual Setup)
● ST Stable Range
Operating Procedure
Initial setting level (1)
OUT
- 1SP ALM
ALM1
1. Press the M Key from the initial setting level (1) and select “ST
stable range” (IS mode).
2
M
OUT
SP mode
0
SPALM
The ST stable range determines the set value under which ST
(self-tuning) functions operate.
This procedure sets the ST stable range to 20°C.
ALM 1
2. Use the U and D Keys to set the parameter to 20°C.
2
M
OUT
ALM mode
35
SP ALM
ALM 1
2
15
SP ALM
ALM 1
IS mode
・
ST stable
range
Basic
Operations
M
OUT
2
U/D
OUT
20
SP ALM
ALM 1
2
3-11
Section 3 Basic Operations
■ Manual Setup
Operating Procedure
The manual settings for PID constants are performed separately in the
“proportional band” (P), “integral time” (I), and “derivative time”
(D) parameters in the initial setting level (2). When PID constants are
set manually, the tuning setting enabled in the initial setting level (1) is
automatically changed to AT (auto-tuning), and ST (self-tuning) is
disabled.
In this example, the “proportional band” parameter is set to 10, the
“integral time” parameter to 250, and the “derivative time” parameter to
45.
Initial setting level (2)
OUT
1. Select the initial setting level (2).
- 2SP ALM
ALM 1
2
2. Press the M Key to select the “proportional band” (SP mode)
M
Basic
Operations
OUT
8
SP ALM
ALM 1
SP mode
・Proportional
parameter.
band
2
U/D
3. Use the U and D Keys to set 10.
OUT
10
SP ALM
ALM 1
2
M
OUT
2 33
SP ALM
ALM 1
ALM mode
・
Integral time
4. Press the M Key to select the “integral time” (ALM mode)
parameter.
2
U/D
5. Press the U or D Key to set 250.
OUT
2 50
SP ALM
ALM 1
2
M
OUT
40
SP ALM
ALM 1
IS mode
・Derivative
time
6. Press the M Key to select the “derivative time” (IS mode)
parameter.
2
U/D
7. Press the U or D Key to set 45.
OUT
45
SP ALM
ALM 1
2
Proportional Action
3-12
When PID constants I (integral time) and D (derivative time) are set
to 0, control is executed according to proportional action. As the
default, the center value of the proportional band becomes the set
point.
3.7 Determining PID Constants (AT, ST, Manual Setup)
Decreas
ing P
The curve rises gradually, and a
long stabilization time is created,
but overshooting is prevented.
Overshooting and hunting occur,
but the set value is quickly reached
and the temperature stabilizes.
When I (Integral Time) Is Adjusted
Increas-
Decreasing I
It takes a long time to reach the
set point.
It takes time to achieve a stable
state, but overshooting,
undershooting, and hunting are
reduced.
Basic
Operations
ing I
Set value
•
Set value
Increasing P
Set value
When P (Proportional Band) Is Adjusted
Set value
•
Overshooting and
undershooting occur.
Hunting occurs.
The Controller starts up faster.
Increasing D
Decreasing D
Set value
When D (Derivative Time) Is Adjusted
Set value
•
Overshooting, undershooting, and
stabilization times are reduced,
but fine hunting occurs on
changes in the curve itself.
Overshooting and undershooting
increase, and it takes time to
return to the set point.
3-13
Section 3 Basic Operations
3.8 Alarm Outputs
•
•
Alarms can be used with E5CS@1@@-@ (one alarm point), E5CS@2@@-@ (two alarm points),
E5CS@1@@U-@ (one alarm point), and E5CS@2@@U-@ (two alarm points).
Alarm output conditions are determined by a combination of the “alarm type” and “alarm value”.
The alarm type and alarm value are explained below.
■ Alarm Types
Set
value
0,9
Basic
Operations
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Alarm type
Alarm output
operation
Output OFF
Alarm function OFF
Upper- and lower-limit
Upper-limit
Lower-limit
Upper- and lower-limit
range
Upper- and lower-limit with
standby sequence
Upper-limit with standby
sequence
Lower-limit with standby
sequence
Absolute-value upper-limit
ON
X
OFF
X
SP
X
ON
OFF
ON
SP
X
OFF
ON
SP
X
OFF
ON
X
SP
X
OFF
X
SP
X
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
SP
X
SP
Y
ON
OFF
0
* Alarm values 1 to 7: Set the deviation from the SP (set point) in the
alarm value (X).
Alarm 8: Set the absolute value from 0°C/°F in the alarm value (Y).
* The default is 2 (Upper-limit alarm).
* Set the alarm type for alarm 1 (alarm 1 type) using the alarm mode
switch.
* Set the alarm type for alarm 2 (alarm 2 type) in the “alarm 2 type”
parameter of the initial setting level (5).
■ Alarm Values
•
•
Operating Procedure
3-14
Alarm values are indicated by “X” and “Y” in the previous table of
alarm types.
The alarm value 1 setting is set in ALM mode, and alarm value 2 is
set in ALM2 mode. In ALM mode, ALM is lit in the display, and in
ALM2 mode, ALM is flashing in the display.
This procedure sets alarm 1 as an upper-limit alarm. The related
parameters and settings are shown below. The alarm is output when
the set point exceeds 10°C. (In this example, the temperature unit is
°C.)
Alarm 1 type = 2 (upper limit)
Alarm value 1 = 10
3.8 Alarm Outputs
1. Set the alarm mode switch to 2 and then turn ON the power.
Alarm mode switch
0 1
2 3
7 8
9
4
2. Press the M Key in the operation level and select the “alarm
value 1” (ALM mode) parameter.
5 6
Power ON
OUT
Process value
20
SPALM ALM 1
2
M
OUT
0
SPALM ALM 1
SP mode
3. Use the U Key to set the parameter to 10.
・
Set point
2
M
OUT
SP ALM
ALM 1
ALM mode
・
Alarm
value 1
Basic
Operations
0
2
D
OUT
10
SP ALM
ALM 1
2
3-15
Section 3 Basic Operations
3.9 Shifting Input Values
■ Shifting Inputs
When the control mode switch 4 is set to ON, the input shift value is
displayed in the operation level and the shift can be added to the input.
When the control mode switch 4 is set to OFF (no input shift display),
the input shift is not displayed but the shift value is enabled. To disable
input shift, set the input shift value to H0. The shift range is set using
PV and SP setting units, as shown in the following table.
Basic
Operations
•
Setting unit
1°C
0.1°C
Shift range
−99 to +99°C
−9.9 to +9.9°C
Input shift
L99 to H99
L9.9 to H9.9
display
The value set for the “input shift” parameter (operation level) is applied
to each point in the entire temperature input range. For example, if the
input shift value is set to 2°C, the process value is treated as 102°C
after the input shift is applied when the measured process value
(before input shift) is 100°C.
Temperature
Upper
limit
After shifting
Before
shifting
Input shift value
Lower
limit
0
Operating Procedure
Power ON
▲
100
Input
The following procedure shows how to shift a K Sensors by 1°C.
Operation Level
OUT
20
Process
value
SP ALM ALM 1 2
M
O UT
0
SP mode
・
Set point
1. Press the M Key to select the “input shift value” (IS mode (1))
parameter.
SP ALM ALM 1 2
M
OUT
0
2. Press the U or D Key to set 1.
ALM mode
・
Alarm
value 1
SP ALM ALM 1 2
M
OUT
0
SP ALM ALM 1 2
M
OUT
h 0
SP ALM
ALM 1
ALM2 mode
・
Alarm
value 2
IS mode
・
Input shift
value
2
U/D
OUT
h 1
SP ALM
3-16
ALM 1
2
3.9 Shifting Input Values
● Shift Method
1. Make sure that the control target temperature (C) and Controller
temperature (B) match, with the control target temperature near
the set point.
2. Check the control target temperature (B) and the Controller
readout (A).
Subtract the Controller readout temperature (A) from the control
target temperature (B)
Set the result as the input shift value. The shift is illustrated
below.
3. After setting the input shift values, check the Controller readout
(A) and the control target temperature (B). If they are almost the
same, this completes shifting the temperature input.
Controller readout (A)
Controller readout
after shifting
(e.g., 120° C)
After shifting
Input shift value (e.g., 10°C)
Basic
Operations
Controller readout
before shifting
(e.g., 110° C)
Before shifting
0
Near set point
(e.g., 120° C)
Control target
temperature (B)
Input Shift
3-17
Section 4 Operations
for
Applications
•
•
•
4.1 Moving to the Initial Setting Level ..................................... 4-2
4.2 Assigning Outputs ............................................................ 4-3
■ Output Assignment..................................................... 4-3
4.3 Alarm Functions ............................................................... 4-4
■ Alarm Hysteresis ........................................................ 4-4
■ Standby Sequence ..................................................... 4-4
■ Alarm Latch ................................................................ 4-4
● Alarm Latch Clear Operation................................4-4
■ Close in Alarm/Open in Alarm ................................... 4-5
● Summary of Alarm Operation ..............................4-5
4.4 Setting the SP Upper and Lower Limit Values ................... 4-6
■ Set Point Limiter ......................................................... 4-6
■ Setting ........................................................................ 4-6
4.5 Alarm Delays .................................................................... 4-8
■ Alarm Delays .............................................................. 4-8
● Operation of Alarm ON and OFF Delays (for an
Upper-limit Alarm)....................................................4-8
● Parameters Related to Alarm Delays...................4-9
4-1
Section 4 Operations for Applications
4.1 Moving to the Initial Setting Level
•
To move to the initial setting level, turn OFF the protect switch, turn
ON the INIT switch, and then hold down the U Key while turning ON
the power. The status of the control mode switches 1 to 6 is ignored.
1. From the initial setting level selection display (-0-), press the
U/D Keys and select the initial setting level. (If no key input is
entered within 5 s, a software reset is executed and the display
moves to the operation level.) All deviation indicators (▲■▼) will
flash in the initial setting level selection display.
2. Press the M Key and move to the applicable initial setting level
display.
3. Press the M Key for at least 3 s to return to the initial setting level
selection display.
Initial setting level
Operations for
Applications
Power ON
OUT
-0SP ALM
Protect switch
INIT
Protect switch = OFF
ON
INIT switch = ON
OFF
Hold down the U Key.
ALM 1
OFF
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6
The status of the control
mode switches 1 to 6 is
ignored.
Initial setting level selection display
(If no key input is entered within 5 s, a software reset is executed
and the display moves to the operation level.)
Operation level
2
Press the U and D Keys to select the initial setting level.
OUT
OUT
-1SP ALM
ALM 1
OUT
- 22
SP ALM
ALM 1
-32
SP ALM
ALM 1
OUT
OUT
-5-
-42
SP ALM
ALM 1
2
SP ALM
Press the M Key
for at least 3 s.
Press the M Key and move to the applicable initial setting level display.
Initial setting level selection display
O UT
-1SP A LM
4-2
A LM 1
O UT
- 22
SP A LM
A LM 1
O UT
-32
SP A LM
A LM 1
-42
O UT
O UT
SP A LM
A LM 1
- 52
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
ALM 1
2
4.2 Assigning Outputs
4.2 Assigning Outputs
•
■ Output
Assignment
•
•
By changing the control output assignment, alarm output 1
assignment, and alarm output 2 assignment settings, the functions
assigned to each output can be changed in the initial setting level
(3).
The following functions can be assigned to each output.
Parameter name
Control output
assignment
Alarm 1
assignment *1
Alarm 2
assignment *2
Symbol
ot
a1
Setting
0: Not assigned
1: Control
1: Control
function
function
2: Alarm 1
2: Alarm 1
function
function
a2
Initial status
3: Alarm 2
function
3: Alarm 2
function
*1. Not displayed for models without alarm outputs.
*2. Not displayed for models without alarm output 2.
Operations for
Applications
4-3
Section 4 Operations for Applications
4.3 Alarm Functions
•
■ Alarm
Hysteresis
•
The hysteresis of alarm outputs when alarms are switched ON/OFF
can be set as follows:
Alarm hysteresis is always 0.2 (°C or °F).
Lower-limit alarm
Upper-limit alarm
Alarm hysteresis
Alarm hysteresis
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Alarm value
Alarm value
■ Standby
Sequence
•
Operations for
Applications
•
■ Alarm Latch
•
•
● Alarm Latch
Clear Operation
•
The standby sequence can be used so that an alarm will not be
output until the process value leaves the alarm range once and then
enters it again.
For example, with a lower limit alarm, the process value will
normally be below the set point, i.e., within the alarm range, when
the power supply is turned ON, causing an alarm to be output. If the
lower limit alarm with a standby sequence is selected, an alarm will
not be output until the process value increases above the alarm set
value, i.e., until it leaves the alarm range, and then falls back below
the alarm set value.
The alarm latch can be used to keep the alarm output ON
regardless of the temperature once the alarm output has turned ON
until either the power is turned OFF or the alarm latch is cleared.
The alarm latch can be cleared by either turning OFF the power or
performing the alarm latch clear operation.
To clear the alarm latch during operation, press the U and D Keys
for at least 2 s while the alarm 1/2 latch status is displayed in the
operation level. When the latch is cleared, the latch status will be
automatically changed to 0 (latch cleared).
The alarm latch status is displayed separately for alarm 1 and alarm
2, enabling the latch to be cleared separately for alarm 1 and alarm
2.
OUT
a 1. 1
SPALM
4-4
ALM 1
OUT
a 1. 0
U+ D
2
SPALM
Press for at least 2 s.
ALM 1
2
4.3 Alarm Functions
■ Close in
Alarm/Open in
Alarm
•
When “close in alarm” is set, the status of the alarm function will be
output as is. When “open in alarm” is set, the status of the alarm
function will be reversed before being output.
•
Close in alarm/open in alarm can be set separately for each alarm.
•
Close in alarm/open in alarm are set in the “alarm 1 open in alarm”
parameter (initial setting level (4)), and in the “alarm 2 open in
alarm” parameter (initial setting level (5)).
The default is 0 (close in alarm).
•
Alarm
Alarm output
Alarm
function
function
indicator
Close in
ON
ON
Lit
alarm
OFF
OFF
Not lit
Open in
ON
OFF
Lit
alarm
OFF
ON
Not lit
•
Alarm type: Lower-limit alarm with standby sequence
PV
Alarm
value
Alarm hysteresis
Time
Standby sequence
canceled
Alarm
ON
OFF
Output
ON (closed)
OFF (open)
4-5
Operations for
Applications
● Summary of
Alarm Operation
The alarm outputs will turn OFF (i.e., the relay contacts will open)
when power is interrupted and for about two seconds after the
power is turned ON regardless of the close in alarm/open in alarm
setting.
The following figure summarizes the operation of alarms when the
alarm type is set to “lower-limit alarm with standby sequence” and
“close in alarm” is set.
Section 4 Operations for Applications
4.4 Setting the SP Upper and Lower Limit Values
•
■ Set Point
Limiter
The setting range of the set point is limited by the set point limiter.
The set point limiter is used to prevent the control target from
reaching abnormal temperatures.
The upper- and lower-limit values of the set point limiter are set using
the “set point upper limit” and “set point lower limit” parameters in
the initial setting level (3). When the set point limiter is reset,
however, the set point is forcibly changed to the upper- or lower-limit
value of the set point limiter if the set point is out of the limiter range
as a result of resetting.
Also, when the input type and temperature unit are changed, the set
point limiter is forcibly reset to the sensor setting range.
Sensor range
Set point limiter
▼
○
▽
Set value
C
▽
▼
▽
▼
Set value
B
○ (Can be set.)
Set the set point upper and lower limits in the “set point upper limit”
and “set point lower limit” parameters in the initial setting level (3). In
this example, it is assumed that the input type is set to a K
thermocouple with a temperature range of −99 to 1300°C.
1300
-99
Sensor range
Set point limiter
0
4-6
Set point
B
×(Cannot be set.)
▼
▲Limiter ▼upper-/lower-limit
▽Sensor upper-/lower-limit values
■ Setting
A
▼
Operations for
Applications
▽
▽
▼
Upper-limit
value changed
▼
Input type changed
▼
▼
Limiter upperlimit changed
▽
▼
Setting range
1000
4.4 Setting the SP Upper and Lower Limit Values
•
Setting the Set Point Upper-limit Value
•
Set Point Upper Limit = 1000
Operating Procedure
Initial setting level (3)
1. Press the M Key from the initial setting level (3) and select “set
OUT
point upper limit” (SP mode).
- 3SP A LM
2
A LM 1
2. Use the U and D Keys to set 1000.
M
OUT
・Set point upper limit
400
ALM 1
SP ALM
SP mode
2
U/D
OUT
100 0
ALM 1
SP ALM
•
2
Setting the Set Point Lower-limit Value
Set Point Lower Limit = 0
Operating Procedure
O UT
point lower limit” (ALM mode).
-3SP A LM
1. Press the M Key from the initial setting level (3) and select “set
2
A LM 1
M
OUT
SPALM ALM1
SP mode
2. Use the U and D Keys to set 0.
・Set point upper limit
40 0
2
M
OUT
・Set point lower limit
100
SP ALM
ALM 1
ALM mode
2
U/D
OUT
0
SP ALM
ALM 1
2
4-7
Operations for
Applications
Initial setting level (3)
Section 4 Operations for Applications
4.5 Alarm Delays
•
■ Alarm Delays
•
Delays can be set for the alarm outputs. ON and OFF delays can be
set separately for alarms 1 and 2. The ON and OFF delays for
alarms 1 and 2 also apply to the individual ALM1 and ALM2
indicators. The alarm ON delays will also function when the power is
turned ON.
● Operation of Alarm ON and OFF Delays (for an Upper-limit Alarm)
PV
Alarm hysteresis
Alarm
setting
ON delay
set time
Operations for
Applications
Alarm status
ON delay
set time
OFF delay
set time
Alarm latch = OFF
Alarm will not turn
ON.
•
•
4-8
The alarm will not turn ON if the time that the alarm is ON is equal to
or less than the ON delay set time. Also, the alarm will not turn OFF
if the time that the alarm is OFF is equal to or less than the OFF
delay set time.
If an alarm turns OFF and then back ON during the ON delay time,
the time will be remeasured from the last time the alarm turns ON.
Also, if an alarm turns ON and then back OFF during the OFF delay
time, the time will be remeasured from the last time the alarm turns
OFF.
4.5 Alarm Delays
● Parameters Related to Alarm Delays
Parameter name
Alarm 1 ON Delay
Alarm 2 ON Delay
Alarm 1 OFF Delay
Alarm 2 OFF Delay
Setting
Initial setting level (4)
SP mode
Initial setting level (5)
SP mode
Initial setting level (4)
ALM mode
Initial setting level (5)
ALM mode
Set (monitor)
values
0 to 999 (s)
0 to 999 (s)
0 to 999 (s)
0 to 999 (s)
* The defaults are 0, i.e., the ON and OFF delays are disabled.
Operating Procedure
Initial setting level (4)
OUT
Use the following procedure to set ON and OFF delays for the alarm
1 function.
An ON delay of 5 s and an OFF delay of 10 s will be set.
1. Select the initial setting level (4).
-4 SPALM ALM1
2
OUT
0
SP ALM
ALM 1
2. Select the “alarm 1 ON delay” (SP mode) parameter by pressing
SP mode
the M key.
・
Alarm 1 ON delay
2
U/D
3. Press the U and D Keys to set the parameter to 5.
OUT
5
SP ALM
ALM 1
2
M
OUT
0
SP ALM
ALM 1
ALM mode
4. Press the M key to select the “alarm 1 OFF delay” (ALM mode)
・
Alarm 1 OFF delay
parameter.
2
U/D
5. Press the U and D Keys to set the parameter to 10.
OUT
10
SP ALM
ALM 1
2
4-9
Operations for
Applications
M
Operations for
Applications
Section 4 Operations for Applications
4-10
Section 5 Parameters
5.1 Conventions Used in this Section................................................. 5-2
● Meanings of Icons Used in this Section .............. 5-2
● About Related Parameter Displays ..................... 5-2
● The Order in Which Parameters Are
Described in This Section ................................... 5-2
5.2 Operation Level ............................................................................ 5-3
5.3 Moving to the Initial Setting Level................................................. 5-8
5.4 Initial Setting Level (1) .................................................................. 5-9
5.5 Initial Setting Level (2) ................................................................ 5-14
5.6 Initial Setting Level (3) ................................................................ 5-16
5.7 Initial Setting Level (4) ................................................................ 5-20
5.8 Initial Setting Level (5) ................................................................ 5-24
5-1
Section 5 Parameters
5.1 Conventions Used in this Section
● Meanings of Icons Used in this Section
Describes the functions of the parameter.
Function
Describes the setting range and default of the parameter.
Setting
● About Related Parameter Displays
Parameters are displayed only when the conditions of use indicated for the parameter
are satisfied.
IS mode (1)
Mode
Control output assignment
Parameter name
ot
Displayed symbol
● The Order in Which Parameters Are Described in This Section
Parameters
Parameters are described level by level.
The first page of each level describes the parameters in the level and the procedure to
switch between parameters.
5-2
5.2 Operation Level
5.2 Operation Level
Display this level to perform standard control operations. The set points and alarm values are set
in this level.
Operation Level
Power ON
O UT
OUT
Process value
A LM 1
5-4
O UT
0
A LM 1
SP mode
SP A LM
5-4
SP A LM
A LM 1
ALM mode
5-4
・
Alarm value 2
0
SP A LM
A LM 1
5-5
5-6
2
SP A LM
A LM 1
IS mode (3)
・
Alarm 1 latch status
a1. 0
5-7
2
M
2
O UT
・
Alarm 2 latch status
a2. 0
SP A LM
A LM 1
IS mode
Parameters
M
A LM 1
IS mode (2)
・
AT execute/cancel
O UT
ALM 2 mode
5-6
M
2
*1
*2
M
SP A LM
M
IS mode (1)
2
at. 0
・
Alarm value 1
O UT
A LM 1
O UT
M
5-5
・
Manual reset value
(when manual reset is
enabled)
h 0
2
0
2
O UT
・
Set point
O UT
A LM 1
・
Input shift value
(when input shift is
enabled)
*2
M
2
M
SP A LM
h 0
SP A LM
20
SP A LM
Page
Page
IS mode (1)
5-7
2
M
*1. When ALM2 mode is selected, the ALM mode indicator will flash.
*2. Only the input shift value or the manual reset value will be displayed. The manual reset value
will be displayed if the integral time is 0 and a manual reset is enabled. The input shift is
disabled while the manual reset value is being displayed.
5-3
Section 5 Parameters
Process value
•
Displays the process value (except when no PV display is selected)
Monitor range
Function
Process
Input indication range
value
(See pages A-12 and A-13.)
Unit
EU
* The decimal position is set automatically by the selected Sensor.
SP mode
Set point
•
Displays the set point.
Function
Set point
Setting range
Unit
Default
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
EU
0
Setting
Parameters
* The decimal position is set automatically by the selected Sensor.
ALM mode
Alarm value 1
This parameter is set to the input values “X” or “Y” in the alarm type list.
•
This parameter sets the alarm value for alarm output 1.
Function
Alarm
Setting range
Unit
Default
1 to 7
0 to temperature range full scale
EU
0
8
Input setting range lower-limit value to
EU
0
type
Setting
temperature range upper-limit value
* The decimal position is set automatically by the selected Sensor.
5-4
5.2 Operation Level
ALM2 mode
Alarm value 2
This parameter is set to the input values “X” or “Y” in the alarm type list.
The ALM will flash in the display while the alarm value 2 is displayed.
Function
•
This parameter sets the alarm value for alarm output 2.
Alarm
Setting range
Unit
Default
1 to 7
0 to input setting range full scale
EU
0
8
Input setting range lower-limit value to input
EU
0
type
Setting
setting range upper-limit value
* The decimal position is set automatically by the selected Sensor.
IS mode (1)
•
Function
•
•
Sometimes an error occurs between the set point and the actual
temperature. To offset this, a compensated value can be obtained by adding
an input shift value to the input. The compensated value is displayed as the
measurement value and used for control. (This applies when input shift is
enabled.)
This parameter is displayed only when control mode switch 4 is ON. Even
when the switch is OFF, the input shift function remains enabled.
The entire input range is shifted by a fixed rate. If the input shift value is set to
−1°C, control will be performed for a value 1°C lower than the measured
temperature.
Setting range
Unit
Default
L99 to H99 (−99 to 99)
EU
H0
* The set value H is a positive value, and L is a negative value.
* The decimal position is set automatically by the selected Sensor.
5-5
Parameters
Setting
h/l
Input shift value
Section 5 Parameters
IS mode (1)
•
Function
h/l
Manual reset value
•
This function resets the offset that occurs when P (or PD) control is used.
The offset that occurs is set in °C or °F as the manual reset value. (This
applies when manual reset is enabled.)
This parameter is displayed only when control mode switch 4 is ON. Even
when the switch is OFF, the manual reset function remains enabled.
Setting range
Unit
Default
L99 to H99 (−99 to 99)
EU
H0
Setting
* The set value H is a positive value, and L is a negative value.
* The decimal position is set automatically by the selected Sensor.
IS mode (2)
at
AT execute/cancel
This parameter is used to start AT (auto-tuning). (This parameter is displayed only when no PV
display is set for the PV/SP display.)
When the PV display is enabled, AT is executed when the U and D Keys are pressed
simultaneously for at least 2 s while the PV is displayed.
•
Function
The MV is forcibly increased and decreased around the set point to find the
characteristics of the control target. From the results, the PID constants are
automatically set in the “proportional band” (P), “integral time” (I), and
“derivative time” (D) parameters.
Setting range
0: AT cancel
Parameters
Setting
5-6
1: AT execute
Default
0
5.2 Operation Level
IS mode (3)
Alarm 1 latch status
•
•
Function
•
a1
This parameter displays the alarm 1 latch status.
The latch can be cleared by pressing the U and D Keys for at least 2 s while
the alarm 1 latch status is displayed.
The alarm 1 latch status is only displayed when latch ON (1) is set in the
“alarm 1 latch” parameter in the initial setting level (4).
Monitor range
0: Latch OFF
Setting
IS mode (4)
1: Latch ON
Alarm 2 latch status
•
•
Function
•
a2
This parameter displays the alarm 2 latch status.
The latch can be cleared by pressing the U and D Keys for at least 2 s while
the alarm 2 latch status is displayed.
The alarm 2 latch status is only displayed when latch ON (1) is set in the
“alarm 2 latch” parameter in the initial setting level (5).
Monitor range
0: Latch OFF
Setting
1: Latch ON
Parameters
5-7
Section 5 Parameters
5.3 Moving to the Initial Setting Level
The initial setting level is used to make the settings that maximize Temperature Controller
performance. Control stops when moving to the initial setting level. The methods for moving to the
initial setting level are described here.
Initial setting level
Protect switch OFF
ON
INIT
Protect switch = OFF ON
INIT switch = ON
OFF
Hold down the U Key.
Power ON
O UT
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A LM 1
1 2 3 4 5 6
The status of the control mode
switches 1 to 6 is ignored.
Initial setting level selection display
(If no key input is entered within 5 s, a software reset is executed and the
display moves to the operation level.)
Operation level
2
Press the U and D Keys to select the initial setting level.
O UT
O UT
-1 SP A LM
A LM 1
Press the M Key
for at least 3 s.
- 22
SP A LM
- 1Parameters
5-8
A LM 1
O UT
-32
SP A LM
A LM 1
O UT
- 42
SP A LM
A LM 1
- 52
SP A LM
、 and move to the applicable initial setting level display.
Press the M Key
O UT
SP A LM
O UT
A LM 1
O UT
-22
SP A LM
ALM1
O UT
-3 2
SP A LM
A LM 1
O UT
-4 2
SP A LM
A LM 1
O UT
-5 2
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
A LM 1
2
5.4 Initial Setting Leve l (1)
5.4 Initial Setting Level (1)
Move to initial setting level (1) by selecting “1” in the initial setting level selection display and
pressing the M Key. This level is used to set the following parameters including tuning, hysteresis
for ON/OFF control. In the initial setting level (1), the ▲▼ deviation indicators are lit.
Initial setting level (1)
O UT
Initial setting (1)
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2
A LM 1
M
O UT
0
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
M
O UT
35
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
SP mode
・PV auto reset
・PV/SP display
5-10
・Tuning selection
・ST executing display
・Manual reset enable/disable
・Control period selection
ALM mode
・Integral time setting unit
5-12
・Hysteresis width
・Temperature width in which
the ■ deviation indicator
lights
M
O UT
15
SP A LM
A LM 1
IS mode
・ST stable range
5-13
2
M
Parameters
5-9
Section 5 Parameters
SP mode
•
•
•
•
•
•
PV auto reset
PV/SP display
Tuning selection
ST executing display
Manual reset enable/disable
Control period selection
Set whether to enable or disable PV auto reset.
Set the PV/SP display.
Select the tuning method.
Set whether to enable or disable the ST execution display.
Set whether to enable or disable manual reset.
Select the control period (2/20 s or 6/60 s).
•
The PV auto reset function automatically switches the display to the PV
display when no key operation is performed for 16 s while in the operation
level. If the “PV/SP display” parameter is set to no PV display, however, the
display will switch to the SP display.
•
Select either the display order for the PV and SP in the operation level or no
PV display in the “PV/SP display” parameter.
•
In the tuning selection, select the tuning method used for PID. When the PID
settings have been changed manually, AT (AT enabled only) will be selected
automatically. When the tuning method setting is changed, the PID settings
will return to the default values.
•
Select whether to enable or disable the flashing deviation indicators that
indicate ST is in progress during ST execution.
•
Select whether to enable or disable manual reset when using P or PD control
in the “manual reset enable/disable” parameter. When the integral time (I) is
set to 0 and a manual reset is enabled, the input shift value setting in the
operation level will be used to set the manual reset value.
•
When 2/20 is selected for the control period selection, the control period is 2
s when control mode switch 2 is ON, and 20 s when this switch is OFF. When
6/60 is selected for the control period selection, the control period is 6 s when
control mode switch 2 is ON, and 60 s when this switch is OFF.
Parameters
Function
5-10
5.4 Initial Setting Leve l (1)
100’s digit
Setting
Displayed
number
PV auto
reset
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
10’s digit
PV/SP
display
Tuning
selection
ST
execution
display
ST/AT
PV→SP
2
ST
1’s digit
Manual
reset
enable/
disable
Disabled
Control
period
selection
2/20
6/60
Enabled
AT
2/20
Enabled
3
4
ST/AT
SP→PV
6/60
ST
2/20
Disabled
AT
5
6/60
Disabled
6
ST/AT
No PV
7
display
8
9
PV→SP
2/20
Enabled
ST
AT
ST/AT
6/60
2/20
Enabled
Disabled
6/60
Parameters
5-11
Section 5 Parameters
ALM mode
•
•
•
Integral time setting unit
Hysteresis width
Temperature width in which the ■ deviation
indicator lights
Select the integral time setting unit.
Set the hysteresis width.
Set the temperature width in which the ■ deviation indicator lights.
Function
•
Set the integral time setting unit either to seconds or minutes in the initial
setting level (2).
•
The hysteresis width enables stable operation at the ON/OFF switching point
for ON/OFF control. The default setting is 0.1% FS for multi-input
(thermocouple/platinum resistance thermometer) models, and 0.2% FS for
other input types.
•
The default setting for the temperature width in which the ■ deviation
indicator lights is ±0.25% FS for multi-input (thermocouple/platinum
resistance thermometer) models, and ±1% FS for other input types.
100’s digit
10’s digit
Integral time
setting unit
Hysteresis width
(ON/OFF control)
O
Second
0% FS
0% FS
1
Minute
0.05% FS
±0.1% FS
2
0.1% FS
±0.25% FS
3
0.2% FS
±0.5% FS
4
0.3% FS
±0.75% FS
Displayed
number
Parameters
Setting
5-12
1’s digit
Temperature width
in which ■
deviation indicator
lights
5
0.5% FS
±1% FS
6
0.75% FS
±1.25% FS
7
1% FS
±1.5% FS
8
1.5% FS
±1.75% FS
9
2% FS
±2% FS
5.4 Initial Setting Leve l (1)
IS mode
Function
ST stable range
•
The setting of this parameter determines when ST operates.
Setting range
Unit
Default
1 to 999
°C/°F
15
Setting
Parameters
5-13
Section 5 Parameters
5.5 Initial Setting Level (2)
Move to initial setting level (2) by selecting “2” in the initial setting level selection display and
pressing the M Key.
Manual PID settings can be set in this level.
In the initial setting level (2), the ▲ ■▼ deviation indicators are lit.
Initial setting level (2)
O UT
Initial setting (2)
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A LM 1
2
M
O UT
8
SP A LM
A LM 1
SP mode
・Proportional band
5-15
2
M
O UT
233
SP A LM
A LM 1
ALM mode
・Integral time
5-15
2
M
O UT
40
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
Parameters
M
5-14
IS mode
・Derivative time
5-15
5.5 Initial Setting Level (2)
SP mode
Proportional band
The proportional band (P) is set in this parameter. The proportional band for AT (auto-tuning) and
ST (self-tuning) can also be set automatically.
•
P operation: Refers to control in which the MV is proportional to the deviation.
Function
Setting range
Unit
Default
1 to 999
°C/°F
8
* When the proportional band is changed manually, the tuning selection
Setting
parameter automatically changes to AT (ST disabled).
ALM mode
Integral time
The integral time (I) is set in this parameter. The integral time for AT (auto-tuning) and ST
(self-tuning) can also be set automatically.
•
I operation: Refers to a control action that is proportional to the time integral
of the deviation. With proportional control, there is normally an offset (control
error). Proportional action is thus used in combination with integral action. As
time passes, this control error disappears, and the control temperature
(process value) comes to agree with the set point.
Function
Setting
Setting range
Unit
Default
0 to 1999
Second
233
0 to 99
Minute
4
parameter automatically changes to AT (ST disabled).
IS mode
Derivative time
The derivative time (D) is set in this parameter. The derivative time for AT (auto-tuning) and ST
(self-tuning) can also be set automatically.
•
Function
Setting
D operation: Refers to a control action that is proportional to the time
derivative of the control error. The proportional control and integral control
correct for errors in the control result, and thus the control system is late in
responding to sudden changes in temperature. The derivative action
increases the MV in proportion to the slope of the change in the
temperature as a corrective action.
*
Setting range
Unit
Default
0 to 1999
Second
40
When the derivative time is changed manually, the tuning selection
parameter automatically changes to AT (ST disabled).
5-15
Parameters
* When the integral time is changed manually, the tuning selection
Section 5 Parameters
5.6 Initial Setting Level (3)
Move to initial setting level (3) by selecting “3” in the initial setting level selection display and
pressing the M Key.
The set point upper-/lower-limit values and output assignment can be set in this level.
In the initial setting level (3), the ▲ deviation indicator is lit.
Initial setting level (3)
OUT
Initial setting (3)
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A LM 1
2
M
O UT
40 0
SP A LM
A LM 1
SP mode
・SP upper limit
5-17
2
M
O UT
0
SP A LM
A LM 1
ALM mode
・SP lower limit
5-17
2
M
O UT
ot. 1
SP A LM
A LM 1
IS mode (1)
・Control output
assignment
5-18
2
M
O UT
Parameters
a1. 2
SP A LM
A LM 1
IS mode (2)
Alarm 1 assignment
5-18
2
M
O UT
a2. 3
SP A LM
A LM 1
5-19
2
M
5-16
IS mode (3)
Alarm 2 assignment
5.6 Initial Setting Level (3)
SP mode
SP upper limit
•
Function
•
•
This parameter sets the upper limit of the set point. The set point can be set
within the range with the upper limit set in the “SP upper limit” parameter. If
this parameter is reset, however, any set point that is outside of the new
range will be forcibly changed to the SP upper limit.
When the input type and temperature unit have been changed, the set point
upper limit is forcibly changed to the upper limits of the Sensor.
The decimal point position depends on the selected Sensor.
Input type
Setting range
Unit
Thermocouple
400
Platinum resistance
Setting
Default
99.9
thermometer
Thermistor
SP lower limit +1 to
Multi-input
Input range upper limit
EU
(thermocouple/platinum
100
1300
resistance thermometer)
models
ALM mode
SP lower limit
•
•
•
Input type
Setting range
Unit
Thermocouple
Setting
0
Platinum resistance
0.0
thermometer
Thermistor
Input range lower limit to
Multi-input
SP upper limit −1
(thermocouple/platinum
resistance thermometer)
Default
EU
0
−99
models
5-17
Parameters
Function
This parameter sets the lower limit of the set point. The set point can be set
within the range with the lower limit set in the “SP lower limit” parameter. If
this parameter is reset, however, any set point that is outside of the new
range will be forcibly changed to the SP lower limit.
When the input type and temperature unit have been changed, the set point
lower limit is forcibly changed to the lower limits of the Sensor.
The decimal point position depends on the selected Sensor.
Section 5 Parameters
IS mode (1)
ot
Control output assignment
•
This parameter sets the function to be assigned to the control output.
Function
Displayed
number
Setting
IS mode (2)
Set value
0
No assignment
1
Control function
2
Alarm 1 function
3
Alarm 2 function
Setting range
Default
0 to 3
1: Control function
a1
Alarm 1 assignment
•
This parameter sets the function to be assigned to alarm output 1.
Function
Parameters
Displayed
number
Setting
Set value
0
No assignment
1
Control function
2
Alarm 1 function
3
Alarm 2 function
Setting range
Default
0 to 3
2: Alarm 1 function
* Not displayed for models without alarm outputs.
5-18
5.6 Initial Setting Level (3)
IS mode (3)
a2
Alarm 2 assignment
•
This parameter sets the function to be assigned to alarm output 2.
Function
Displayed
number
Setting
Set value
0
No assignment
1
Control function
2
Alarm 1 function
3
Alarm 2 function
Setting range
Default
0 to 3
3: Alarm 2 function
* Not displayed for models without alarm output 2.
Parameters
5-19
Section 5 Parameters
5.7 Initial Setting Level (4)
Move to initial setting level (4) by selecting “4” in the initial setting level selection display and
pressing the M Key.
The settings related to the alarm 1 ON/OFF delay and alarm 1 can be set in this level.
In the initial setting level (4), the ▲ ■ deviation indicators are lit.
Initial setting level (4)
OUT
Initial setting (4)
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A LM 1
2
M
O UT
0
SP A LM
A LM 1
SP mode
・Alarm 1 ON delay
5-21
2
M
O UT
0
SP A LM
A LM 1
ALM mode
・Alarm 1 OFF delay
5-21
2
M
O UT
al. 2
SP A LM
A LM 1
IS mode (1)
・Alarm 1 type
5-22
2
M
O UT
Parameters
nc. 0
SP A LM
A LM 1
IS mode (2)
・Alarm 1 open in alarm
5-23
2
M
O UT
lt. 0
SP A LM
A LM 1
5-23
2
M
5-20
IS mode (3)
・Alarm 1 latch
5.7 Initial Setting Level (4)
SP mode
Alarm 1 ON delay
Alarm 1 function is prevented from turning ON until after the delay time set in this parameter has
elapsed.
•
Set the time for which the ON delay is to be enabled.
•
To disable the ON delay, set 0.
Function
Setting
Parameter
Setting range
Unit
Default
Alarm 1 ON delay
0 to 999
Second
0
* This parameter is displayed regardless of the output assignment
setting.
ALM mode
Alarm 1 OFF delay
Alarm 1 function is prevented from turning OFF until after the delay time set in this parameter has
elapsed.
•
•
Set the time for which the OFF delay is to be enabled.
To disable the OFF delay, set 0.
Function
Setting range
Unit
Default
Alarm 1 OFF delay
0 to 999
Second
0
Setting
* This parameter is displayed regardless of the output assignment
setting.
5-21
Parameters
Parameter
Section 5 Parameters
IS mode (1)
•
•
Function
Select one of the following nine alarm 1 types:
This parameter is displayed only for models without alarm outputs (i.e.,
models without an alarm mode switch). Settings for models with alarm
outputs are set using the alarm mode switch.
Set
Alarm type
value
Setting
al
Alarm 1 type
0, 9
Upper- and lower-limit
2
Upper-limit
4
5
6
7
8
operation
Alarm function OFF
1
3
Alarm output
Lower-limit
Upper- and lower-limit
range
Upper- and lower-limit with
standby sequence
Upper-limit with standby
sequence
Lower-limit with standby
sequence
Absolute-value upper-limit
Output OFF
ON
X
OFF
X
SP
X
ON
OFF
ON
SP
X
OFF
ON
SP
X
OFF
ON
X
SP
X
OFF
X
SP
X
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
SP
X
SP
Y
ON
OFF
0
Parameters
* Alarm values 1 to 7: Set the deviation from the SP (set point) in the
alarm value (X).
Alarm 8: Set the absolute value from 0°C/°F in the alarm value (Y).
* The default is 2 (upper-limit alarm).
* This parameter is not displayed for models with alarm outputs. The
alarm type can be set for these models using the alarm type switch.
* For models without alarm outputs, this parameter is displayed
regardless of the output assignment setting.
5-22
5.7 Initial Setting Level (4)
IS mode (2)
nc
Alarm 1 open in alarm
•
•
Function
This parameter sets the output status for alarm 1.
When “close in alarm” is set, the status of the alarm 1 function will be output
as is. When “open in alarm” is set, the status of the alarm 1 function will be
reversed before being output.
Parameter
Alarm 1 open in alarm
Setting
Setting range
Default
0: Closed in alarm
0: Closed in
1: Open in alarm
alarm
* This parameter is displayed regardless of the output assignment
setting.
* The alarm 1 indicator will display the alarm output function status as is
regardless of the alarm 1 closed in alarm/open in alarm setting.
IS mode (3)
•
•
•
When this parameter is set to ON, once the alarm 1 function has turned ON it
is held until the power is turned OFF or the latch is cleared.
If the alarm 1 function is set to “close in alarm,” the outputs are kept closed. If
they are set to “open in alarm,” they are kept open.
When the alarm 1 latch is set to “latch ON” (1), the alarm 1 latch status will be
displayed in the operation level. During operation, the latch clear operation
can be performed in the alarm latch status window.
Parameter
Alarm 1 latch
Setting
range
0: Latch OFF
1: Latch ON
Default
0: Latch OFF
* This parameter is displayed regardless of the output assignment
setting.
5-23
Parameters
Function
Setting
lt
Alarm 1 latch
Section 5 Parameters
5.8 Initial Setting Level (5)
Move to initial setting level (5) by selecting “5” in the initial setting level selection display and
pressing the M Key.
The settings related to the alarm 2 ON/OFF delay and alarm 2 can be set in this level.
In the initial setting level (5), the ▼ deviation indicator is lit.
Initial setting level (5)
OUT
Initial setting (5)
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A LM 1
2
M
O UT
0
SP A LM
A LM 1
SP mode
・
Alarm 2 ON delay
5-25
2
M
O UT
0
SP A LM
A LM 1
ALM mode
・
Alarm 2 OFF delay
5-25
2
M
O UT
al. 2
SP A LM
A LM 1
IS mode (1)
・
Alarm 2 type
5-26
2
M
O UT
Parameters
nc. 0
SP A LM
A LM 1
IS mode (2)
・
Alarm 2 open in
alarm
5-27
2
M
O UT
lt. 0
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
M
5-24
IS mode (3)
・
Alarm 2 latch
5-27
5.8 Initial Setting Level (5)
SP mode
Alarm 2 ON delay
Alarm 2 function is prevented from turning ON until after the delay time set in this parameter has
elapsed.
•
•
Set the time for which the ON delay is to be enabled.
To disable the ON delay, set 0.
Function
Parameter
Setting
Alarm 2 ON delay
Setting
Unit
range
0 to 999
Second
Default
0
* This parameter is displayed regardless of the output assignment
setting.
ALM mode
Alarm 2 OFF delay
•
•
Set the time for which the OFF delay is to be enabled.
To disable the OFF delay, set 0.
Function
Parameter
Setting
Alarm 2 OFF delay
Setting
Unit
range
0 to 999
Second
Default
0
* This parameter is displayed regardless of the output assignment
setting.
5-25
Parameters
Alarm 2 function is prevented from turning OFF until after the delay time set in this parameter has
elapsed.
Section 5 Parameters
IS mode (1)
al
Alarm 2 type
•
Select one of the following nine alarm 2 types:
Function
Set
Alarm type
value
Alarm output
operation
Setting
0
Alarm function OFF
1
Upper- and lower-limit
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Upper-limit
Lower-limit
Upper- and lower-limit range
Upper- and lower-limit with
standby sequence
Upper-limit with standby
sequence
Lower-limit with standby
sequence
Absolute-value upper-limit
Output OFF
ON
X
OFF
X
SP
X
ON
OFF
ON
SP
X
OFF
ON
SP
X
OFF
ON
X
SP
X
OFF
X
SP
X
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
SP
X
SP
Y
ON
OFF
0
Parameters
* Alarm values 1 to 7: Set the deviation from the SP (set point) in the
alarm value (X).
Alarm 8: Set the absolute value from 0°C/°F in the alarm value (Y).
* The default is 2 (upper-limit alarm).
* This parameter is displayed regardless of the output assignment
setting.
5-26
5.8 Initial Setting Level (5)
IS mode (2)
nc
Alarm 2 open in alarm
•
•
Function
This parameter sets the output status for alarm 2.
When “close in alarm” is set, the status of the alarm 2 function will be output
as is. When “open in alarm” is set, the status of the alarm 2 function will be
reversed before being output.
Parameter
Setting
Setting
Default
range
0: Closed in
Alarm 2 open in alarm
alarm
1: Open
0: Closed in
in
alarm
alarm
* This parameter is displayed regardless of the output assignment
setting.
* The alarm 2 indicator will display the alarm output function status as is
regardless of the alarm 2 closed in alarm/open in alarm setting.
IS mode (3)
•
•
When this parameter is set to ON, once the alarm 2 function has turned ON it
is held until the power is turned OFF or the latch is cleared.
If the alarm 2 function is set to “close in alarm,” the outputs are kept closed. If
they are set to “open in alarm,” they are kept open.
When the alarm 2 latch is set to “latch ON” (1), the alarm 2 latch status will be
displayed in the operation level. During operation, the latch clear operation
can be performed in the alarm latch status window.
Parameter
Setting
Alarm 2 latch
Setting
range
0: Latch OFF
1: Latch ON
Default
0: Latch OFF
* This parameter is displayed regardless of the output assignment
setting.
5-27
Parameters
•
Function
lt
Alarm 2 latch
Appendices
Specifications ......................................................................... A-2
■ Ratings............................................................................ A-2
■ Characteristics ................................................................ A-3
Error Displays ......................................................................... A-4
Burnout/Short-circuit Display and Causes............................... A-7
Parameter Operation Lists ...................................................... A-8
Sensor Input Setting Range, Indication Range,
Control Range ...................................................................... A-12
Setting Levels Diagram......................................................... A-14
Parameter Flow .................................................................... A-15
A-1
Appendices
Specifications
■ Ratings
Supply voltage
Operating voltage
range
Power
consumption
100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
24 VAC, 50/60 Hz/24 VDC
85 to 110% of rated supply voltage
5 VA
3 VA/2 W
Thermocouple input type: K, J, L
Platinum resistance thermometer input type: Pt100, JPt100
Sensor input
*1
Thermistor: E52-THE@@
Multi-input (thermocouple/platinum resistance thermometer) type: K, J, L, T, U,
N, R, Pt100, JPt100
Control output
E5CSV
Relay output
E5CS-U
Voltage output
(for driving the
SSR)
Alarm output
Control method
Setting method
Indication method
Appendices
Other functions
Ambient
temperature
Ambient humidity
Storage
temperature
Altitude
Recommended
fuse
Installation
environment
*1.
*2.
SPST-NO, 250 VAC, 3A (resistive load) Electrical
durability: 100,000 operations
Min. applicable load: 5 V, 10 mA
SPDT, 250 VAC, 3A (resistive load)
Electrical durability: 100,000 operations
Min. applicable load 5 V 10 mA
12 VDC, 21 mA
SPST-NO, 250 VAC, 1A (resistive load)
Electrical durability: 100,000 operations
Min. applicable load: 5 V, 10 mA
ON/OFF or 2-PID (with auto tuning)
Digital setting using front panel keys
7-segment digital display (character height: 13.5 mm) and deviation indicators
•
Setting change prohibit (key protection)
•
Input shift
•
Temperature unit change (°C/°F)
•
Direct/reverse operation
*2
•
Temperature range, Sensor switching (K/J/L, Pt100/JPt100)
•
Control period switching
•
9-mode alarm output
•
Sensor error detection (except thermistor models)
−10 to 55°C (with no condensation or icing); with 3-year guarantee: −10 to 50°C
25% to 85%
−25 to 65°C (with no condensation or icing)
2,000 m or less
T2A, 250 VAC, time lag, low shut-off capacity
Installation Category II, Pollution Class 2 (IEC 61010-1 compliant)
For the setting ranges for each sensor input, see page A-12.
Switching is performed between a thermocouple and platinum resistance thermometer for multi-input
models (i.e., models that support both thermocouple and platinum resistance thermometer input).
A-2
Specifications
■ Characteristics
*1
Indication accuracy
(ambient temperature of
23°C)
Hysteresis
(for ON/OFF control)
Thermocouple:
(±0.5% of indication value or ±1°C, whichever is greater) ±1 digit max.
(E5CSV)
(±1.0% of indication value or ±2°C, whichever is greater) ±1 digit max.
(E5CS-U)
*2
Platinum resistance thermometer: (±0.5% of indication value or ±1°C,
whichever is greater) ±1 digit max.
*3
Thermistor:
(0.5% FS of indication value) ±1 digit max. (E5CSV)
(1.0% FS of indication value) ±1 digit max. (E5CS-U)
0.2% FS
(0.1% FS for multi-input (thermocouple/platinum resistance thermometer)
models)
Proportional band (P)
1 to 999°C (automatic adjustment using auto-tuning/self-tuning)
Integral time (I)
Derivative time (D)
Control period
Sampling period
Insulation resistance
0 to 1,999 s (automatic adjustment using auto-tuning/self-tuning)
0 to 1,999 s (automatic adjustment using auto-tuning/self-tuning)
2/20 s (6/60 s)
500 ms
20 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
2,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between current-carrying terminals of different
polarity
2
10 to 55 Hz, 20 m/s for 10 min each in X, Y and Z directions
10 to 55 Hz, single amplitude of 0.75 mm for 2 hr each in X, Y, and Z
directions
2
100 m/s , 3 times each in six directions
2
300m/s , 3 times each in six directions
Dielectric strength
Malfunction vibration
Vibration resistance
Malfunction shock
Shock resistance
Weight
E5CSV
E5CS-U
Protective
E5CSV
structure E5CS-U
Memory protection
*1.
Approx. 120 g
Adapter: Approx. 10 g
Approx. 110 g
Front panel: Equivalent to IP66; Rear case: IP20; Terminals: IP00
Front panel: Equivalent to IP50; Rear case: IP20; Terminals: IP00
EEPROM (non-volatile memory) (number of writes: 1,000,000)
The following exceptions apply to thermocouples.
• U, L: ±2°C ±1 digit max.
• R: ±3°C ±1 digit max. at 200°C or less
*2.
The following exceptions apply to platinum resistance thermometers.
*3.
The following exceptions apply to thermistors.
• The specified accuracy may not be maintained if the °C unit setting is used and the temperature indication
range exceeds the set temperature range ±10% FS.
• The specified accuracy may not be maintained for a temperature range of 609 to 630°F (input setting number
4 or 9) if the °F unit setting is used and the temperature indication range exceeds the set temperature range
–5% to 10% FS.
A-3
Appendices
• Input set values 0, 1, 2, 3 for E5CSV: 0.5% FS ±1 digit max.
• Input set value 1 for E5CS-U: 0.5% FS ±1 digit max.
Appendices
Error Displays
When an error occurs, the error contents are shown on the display window.
This section describes how to check error codes on the display, and the actions to be taken
to remedy the problems.
fff
Overflow
● Meaning
(1) The process value is higher than the control temperature range.
(2) The Sensor has shorted when using a thermistor model.
● Action
Check the wiring of inputs for miswiring, disconnections, and
short-circuits and check the input type.
If no abnormality is found in the wiring and input type, turn the power
OFF then back ON again.
● Operation at
Error
The error is displayed after it occurs, and the alarm output (models with
alarm output only) indicates an abnormally high temperature. The
control output turns OFF when using heating control (reverse
operation), and turns ON when using cooling control (direct operation).
* The error is displayed during PV display only.
The error is not displayed while the set point, alarm value, or input
shift value is displayed.
This error is not applicable to multi-input (thermocouple/platinum
resistance thermometer) models.
---
Underflow
(1)
(2)
● Action
Check the wiring of inputs for miswiring, disconnections, and
short-circuits and check the input type.
If no abnormality is found in the wiring and input type, turn the power
OFF then back ON again.
● Operation at
Error
The error is displayed after it occurs, and the alarm output (models with
alarm output only) indicates an abnormally low temperature. The control
output turns ON when using heating control (reverse operation), and
turns OFF when using cooling control (direct operation).
Appendices
● Meaning
The process value is lower than the control temperature range.
A Sensor disconnection has occurred when using a thermistor
model.
* The error is displayed during PV display only.
The error is not displayed while the set point, alarm value, or input
shift value is displayed.
This error is not applicable to multi-input (thermocouple/platinum
resistance thermometer) models.
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Error Displays
fff
Flashing
Input Sensor Error (High Temperature)
● Meaning
(1)
● Action
Check the wiring of inputs for miswiring, disconnections, and
short-circuits and check the input type.
If no abnormality is found in the wiring and input type, turn the power
OFF then back ON again.
● Operation at
Error
The error is displayed after it occurs, and the alarm output (models with
alarm function only) indicates that the upper-limit value has been
exceeded. The control outputs turn OFF.
* Input sensor error detection is not provided in thermistor models.
---
Flashing
The process value is higher than the overflow temperature or a
sensor error has occurred when using a thermocouple input or
platinum resistance thermometer input model.
(2) The process value is higher than the control temperature range or
a sensor error has occurred when using a multi-input
(thermocouple/platinum resistance thermometer) model.
Input Sensor Error (Low Temperature)
● Meaning
(1)
● Action
Check the wiring of inputs for miswiring, disconnections, and
short-circuits and check the input type.
If no abnormality is found in the wiring and input type, turn the power
OFF then back ON again.
● Operation at
Error
The error is displayed after it occurs, and the alarm output (models with
alarm function only) indicates that the lower-limit value has been
exceeded. The control outputs turn OFF.
* Input sensor error detection is not provided in thermistor models.
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The process value is lower than the underflow temperature or a
sensor error has occurred when using a thermocouple input or
platinum resistance thermometer input model.
(2) The positive and negative connection of the Sensor is reversed
when using thermocouple input.
(3) The process value is lower than the control temperature range or a
sensor error has occurred when using a multi-input
(thermocouple/platinum resistance thermometer) model.
Memory Error
An error has occurred in the internal memory.
● Action
Turn the power ON again. If the display remains the same, the
Controller must be repaired. If the display is restored, then the probable
cause is electrical noise affecting the control system. Check for
electrical noise.
● Operation at
Error
The control outputs and alarm outputs turn OFF.
Appendices
● Meaning
A-5
Appendices
[[[
]]]
Display Range Exceeded
This does not indicate an error. It is displayed if the process value
exceeds the display range when the control range is larger than the
display range.
•
When less than −99
: [[[
•
When more than 1999 : ]]]
● Operation
Control continues, allowing normal operation. This display is shown
only during PV display.
Appendices
● Meaning
A-6
Burnout/Short-circuit Display and Causes
Burnout/Short-circuit Display and Causes
The display window shows the error details if an input sensor burnout or short-circuit occurs.
The error display and control output operation for burnouts and short-circuits is explained below
for each input type.
● Thermocouple
Status
Burnout
•
Display
Control output
fff flashing
OFF
The room temperature is displayed if an input short-circuit occurs.
● Platinum Resistance Thermometer
Status
Models with
Terminal
Plug-in Models
Blocks
Burnout
③
③
④
⑤
②
①
③
③
④
⑤
②
①
③
③
④
⑤
②
①
2 or 3 wires disconnected
Shortcircuit
•
Display
Control output
fff flashing
OFF
--- flashing
OFF
fff flashing
OFF
--- flashing
OFF
Appendices
The resistance value for platinum resistance thermometers is 100 Ω at 0°C and 140 Ω at
100°C.
● Thermistor
Status
Burnout
Shortcircuit
*
Display
---
fff *
*
Control output
ON during heating
control (reverse
operation)
OFF during cooling
control (direct operation)
OFF during heating
control (reverse
operation)
ON during cooling control
(direct operation)
The display does not flash.
A-7
Appendices
Parameter Operation Lists
■ Operation Level
Parameters
Process value
Set point
Mode
indicators/
displayed
text
−
SP mode
Setting (monitor) value
Default
Sensor input indication range
Unit
EU
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
0
EU
Alarm value 1
ALM mode
1 to 7: 0 to input setting range full scale
8: Input setting range lower-limit value to
input setting range upper-limit value
0
EU
Alarm value 2
ALM2
mode
1 to 7: 0 to input setting range full scale
8: Input setting range lower-limit value to
input setting range upper-limit value
0
EU
Input shift value
IS mode
L99 to H99 (−99 to 99)
H0
EU
Manual reset value
IS mode
L99 to H99 (−99 to 99)
H0
EU
AT execute/cancel
IS mode
at
0: AT cancel
0
None
0
None
0
None
Alarm 1 latch status
Appendices
Alarm 2 latch status
A-8
IS mode
a1
IS mode
a2
1: AT execute
0: Latch OFF
1: Latch ON
0: Latch OFF
1: Latch ON
Set
value
Parameter Operation Lists
■ Initial Setting Level (1)
Mode
Parameters
indicators/
Setting (monitor) value
displayed
Default
Unit
0
None
0
None
0
None
0
None
Set
value
text
PV auto reset
PV/SP display
Tuning selection
SP mode
100’s digit
SP mode
10’s digit
0: No
1: Yes
0
PV/SP display
Tuning selection
PV → SP
ST/AT
1
ST
2
3
AT
SP → PV
4
ST
5
6
AT
No PV display
7
ST executing display
Manual reset
enable/disable
Control period selection
SP mode
1’s digit
0
ST/AT
ST
8
9
ST/AT
AT
PV → SP
ST/AT
ST executing
display
Manual reset
enable/
disable
Enabled
Disabled
1
Enabled
2/20
6/60
3
Disabled
Disabled
5
2/20
6/60
Enabled
6
2/20
6/60
7
8
2/20 (s)
6/60
2
4
Control period
selection
Enabled
9
Integral time setting unit
ALM mode
100’s digit
0: Second
1: Minute
Hysteresis width
ALM mode
10’s digit
0: 0% FS
Disabled
2/20
6/60
3
*1
None
1: 0.05% FS
2: 0.1% FS
3: 0.2% FS
4: 0.3% FS
5: 0.5% FS
6: 0.75% FS
7: 1% FS
8: 1.5% FS
9: 2% FS
Temperature width in
which the deviation
indicator lights
ALM mode
1’s digit
0: 0% FS
5
*2
None
1: ± 0.1% FS
2: ± 0.25% FS
Appendices
3: ± 0.5% FS
4: ± 0.75% FS
5: ± 1% FS
6: ± 1.25% FS
7: ± 1.5% FS
8: ± 1.75% FS
9: ± 2% FS
ST stable range
IS mode
1 to 999
15
° C/ ° F
*1.
The default is 2, however, for multi-input (thermocouple/platinum resistance thermometer) models.
*2.
The default is 2, however, for multi-input (thermocouple/platinum resistance thermometer) models.
A-9
Appendices
■ Initial Setting Level (2)
Mode
Parameters
indicators
Setting (monitor) value
/displayed
Default
Unit
Set
value
text
Proportional band
Integral time
Derivative time
SP mode
1 to 999
8
°C/°F
ALM mode
0 to 1999
233
Second
0 to 99
4
Minute
0 to 1999
40
Second
IS mode
■ Initial Setting Level (3)
Mode
Parameters
indicators
/displayed
Setting (monitor) value
Default
Unit
EU
text
SP upper limit
SP mode
SP lower limit + 1 to
Thermocouple
400
Input range upper limit
Platinum
99.9
resistance
thermometer
Thermistor
100
Multi-input
1300
(thermocouple/
platinum resistance
thermometer) models
SP lower limit
ALM mode
Input range lower limit
to SP upper limit − 1
Thermocouple
Platinum
resistance
0
EU
0.0
thermometer
Thermistor
0
Multi-input
−99
(thermocouple/
platinum resistance
thermometer) models
Control output
IS mode
0: Not assigned
assignment
ot
1: Control function
1
None
2
None
3
None
2: Alarm 1 function
3: Alarm 2 function
Alarm 1 assignment
IS mode
0: Not assigned
a1
1: Control function
2: Alarm 1 function
Appendices
3: Alarm 2 function
Alarm 2 assignment
IS mode
0: Not assigned
a2
1: Control function
2: Alarm 1 function
3: Alarm 2 function
A-10
Set
value
Parameter Operation Lists
■ Initial Setting Level (4)
Mode
Parameters
indicators
Setting (monitor) value
/displayed
Default
Unit
Set
value
text
Alarm 1 ON delay
SP mode
0 to 999
0
Second
Alarm 1 OFF delay
ALM mode
0 to 999
0
Second
Alarm 1 type
IS mode
0, 9: No alarm
2
None
al
1: Upper-/lower-limit
0
None
0
None
Default
Unit
0 to 999
0
Second
Second
2: Upper limit
3: Lower limit
4: Upper-/lower-limit range
5: Upper- and lower-limit with standby sequence
6: Upper-limit with standby sequence
7: Lower-limit with standby sequence
8: Absolute-value upper-limit
Alarm 1 open in alarm
Alarm 1 latch
IS mode
0: Closed in alarm
nc
1: Open in alarm
IS mode
0: Latch OFF
lt
1: Latch ON
■ Initial Setting Level (5)
Mode
Parameters
indicators
Setting (monitor) value
/displayed
Set
value
text
Alarm 2 ON delay
SP mode
Alarm 2 OFF delay
ALM mode
0 to 999
0
Alarm 2 type
IS mode
0: No alarm
2
None
al
1: Upper-/lower-limit
0
None
0
None
2: Upper limit
3: Lower limit
4: Upper-/lower-limit range
5: Upper- and lower-limit with standby sequence
6: Upper-limit with standby sequence
7: Lower-limit with standby sequence
8: Absolute-value upper-limit
Alarm 2 open in alarm
Alarm 2 latch
IS mode
0: Closed in alarm
nc
1: Open in alarm
0: Latch OFF
lt
1: Latch ON
Appendices
IS mode
A-11
Appendices
Sensor Input Setting Range, Indication Range, Control Range
Input type
Specifications
K
Thermocouple
J/L
Platinum
resistance
thermometer
Thermistor
Appendices
Control range
0
0 to 200 (° C)/0 to 200 (° F)
− 20 to 220 (° C)/ − 20 to 220 (° F)
1
0 to 300 (° C)/0 to 300 (° F)
− 30 to 330 (° C)/ − 30 to 330 (° F)
2
0 to 400 (° C)/0 to 400 (° F)
− 40 to 440 (° C)/ − 40 to 440 (° F)
3
0 to 500 (° C)/0 to 500 (° F)
− 50 to 550 (° C)/ − 50 to 550 (° F)
4
0 to 600 (° C)/0 to 600 (° F)
− 60 to 660 (° C)/ − 60 to 660 (° F)
5
0 to 999 (° C)/0 to 999 (° F)
− 99* to 1,098.9* (° C)/ − 99* to 1,098.9* (° F)
6
0 to 200 (° C)/0 to 999 (° F)
− 20 to 220 (° C)/ − 99* to 1,098.9* (° F)
7
0 to 300 (° C)/0 to 300 (° F)
− 30 to 330 (° C)/ − 30 to 330 (° F)
8
0 to 400 (° C)/0 to 400 (° F)
− 40 to 440 (° C)/ − 40 to 440 (° F)
0 to 500 (° C)/0 to 500 (° F)
− 50 to 550 (° C)/ − 50 to 550 (° F)
0
−50 to 50 (°C)/−50 to 50 (°F)
− 60 to 60 (° C)/ − 60 to 60 (° F)
1
0.0 to 50.0 (° C)/0.0 to 50.0 (° F)
− 5.0 to 55.0 (° C)/ − 5.0 to 55.0 (° F)
2
− 20 to 80 (° C)/ − 20 to 80 (° F)
− 30 to 90 (° C)/ − 30 to 90 (° F)
3
0.0 to 99.9 (° C)/0.0 to 99.9 (° F)
− 9.9 to 109.8 (° C)/ − 9.9 to 109.8 (° F)
4
0 to 200 (° C)/0 to 200 (° F)
− 20 to 220 (° C)/ − 20 to 220 (° F)
5
0 to 300 (° C)/0 to 300 (° F)
− 30 to 330 (° C)/ − 30 to 330 (° F)
6
0 to 400 (° C)/0 to 400 (° F)
− 40 to 440 (° C)/− 40 to 440 (° F)
7
0 to 300 (° C)/0 to 600 (° F)
−30 to 330 (°C)/−60 to 660 (°F)
8
0 to 400 (° C)/0 to 800 (° F)
−40 to 440 (°C)/−80 to 880 (°F)
9
0.0 to 199.9 (° C)/0.0 to 199.9 (° F)
− 19.9 to 219.8 (° C)/ − 19.9 to 219.8 (° F)
6 K Ω (0° C)
0
− 50 to 50 (° C)/ − 50 to 100 (° F)
− 50 to 60 (° C)/ − 57.5* to 115 (° F)
6 K Ω (0° C)
1
0 to 100 (° C)/0 to 200 (° F)
− 10 to 110 (° C)/ − 10 to 220 (° F)
2
50 to 150 (° C)/100 to 300 (° F)
0 to 160 (° C)/35 to 320 (° F)
3
100 to 200 (° C)/200 to 400 (° F)
0 to 210 (° C)/35 to 420 (° F)
4
150 to 300 (° C)/300 to 600 (° F)
25 to 315 (° C)/80 to 630 (° F)
6 KΩ (0°C)
5
− 50 to 50 (° C)/ − 50 to 100 (° F)
− 50 to 60 (° C)/ − 57.5* to 115 (° F)
6 K Ω (0° C)
6
0 to 100 (° C)/0 to 200 (° F)
− 10 to 110 (° C)/ − 10 to 220 (° F)
7
50 to 150 (° C)/100 to 300 (° F)
0 to 160 (° C)/35 to 320 (° F)
8
100 to 200 (° C)/200 to 400 (° F)
0 to 210 (° C)/35 to 420 (° F)
9
150 to 300 (° C)/300 to 600 (° F)
25 to 315 (° C)/80 to 630 (° F)
Pt100/JPt1
00
30 K Ω
(0 ° C)
550 Ω
(200 ° C)
4 KΩ
(200 ° C)
K
A-12
Input temperature range
9
30 K Ω
(0 ° C)
550 Ω
(200°C)
4 KΩ
(200 ° C)
Multi-input
(thermocouple/
platinum
resistance
thermometer)
models
(control mode
switch 5: OFF)
Temperature
range
0
− 99 to 1,300 (° C)/ − 99 to 1,999 (° F)
− 119 to 1,320 (° C)/ − 139 to 2,039 (° F)
1
0.0 to 199.9 (° C)/0.0 to 199.9 (° F)
− 20.0 to 219.9 (° C)/ − 40.0 to 239.9 (° F)
2
− 99 to 850 (° C)/ − 99 to 1,500 (° F)
− 119 to 870 (° C)/ − 139 to 1,540 (° F)
3
0.0 to 199.9 (° C)/0.0 to 199.9 (° F)
− 20.0 to 219.9 (° C)/ − 40.0 to 239.9 (° F)
4
− 99 to 850 (° C)/ − 99 to 1,500 (° F)
− 119 to 870 (° C)/ − 139 to 1,540 (° F)
5
− 99 to 400 (° C)/ − 99 to 700 (° F)
− 119 to 420 (° C)/ − 139 to 740 (° F)
6
0.0 to 199.9 (° C)/0.0 to 199.9 (° F)
− 20.0 to 219.9 (° C)/ − 40.0 to 239.9 (° F)
U
7
− 99 to 400 (° C)/ − 99 to 700 (° F)
− 119 to 420 (° C)/ − 139 to 740 (° F)
N
8
− 99 to 1,300 (° C)/ − 99 to 1,999 (° F)
− 119 to 1,320 (° C)/ − 139 to 2,039 (° F)
R
9
0 to 1,700 (° C)/0 to 1,999 (° F)
− 20 to 1,720 (° C)/ − 40 to 2,039 (° F)
J
L
T
Sensor Input Setting Range, Indication Range, Control Range
Input type
Multi-input
(thermocouple/
platinum
resistance
thermometer)
models
(control mode
switch 5: ON)
Specifications
Pt100
JPt100
Temperature
range
Input temperature range
Control range
0
− 99 to 850 (° C)/ − 99 to 1,500 (° F)
− 119 to 870 (° C)/ − 139 to 1,540 (° F)
1
0.0 to 199.9 (° C)/0.0 to 199.9 (° F)
− 20.0 to 219.9 (° C)/ − 40.0 to 239.9 (° F)
2
− 99 to 99 (° C)/ − 99 to 99 (° F)
− 119 to 119 (° C)/ − 139 to 139 (° F)
3
0 to 200 (° C)/0 to 200 (° F)
− 20 to 220 (° C)/ − 40 to 240 (° F)
4
0 to 400 (° C)/0 to 400 (° F)
− 20 to 420 (° C)/ − 40 to 440 (° F)
5
− 99 to 500 (° C)/ − 99 to 900 (° F)
− 199 to 520 (° C)/ − 139 to 940 (° F)
6
0.0 to 199.9 (° C)/0.0 to 199.9 (° F)
− 20.0 to 219.9 (° C)/ − 40.0 to 239.9 (° F)
7
− 99 to 99 (° C)/ − 99 to 99 (° F)
− 119 to 119 (° C)/ − 139 to 139 (° F)
8
0 to 200 (° C)/0 to 200 (° F)
− 20 to 220 (° C)/ − 40 to 240 (° F)
9
0 to 400 (° C)/0 to 400 (° F)
− 20 to 420 (° C)/ − 40 to 440 (° F)
•
The default is 2 for thermocouple input, 3 for platinum resistance thermometer input, 1 for thermistor
input, and 0 for multi-input (thermocouple/platinum resistance thermometer) models.
•
The applicable standards for each of the above input ranges are as follows:
K, J, T, N, R: JIS C1602-1995, IEC 584-1
L: Fe-CuNi, DIN 43710-1985
U: Cu-CuNi, DIN 43710-1985
JPt100: JIS C 1604-1989, JIS C 1606-1989
Pt100: JIS C 1604-1997, IEC 751
Element-compatible thermistors (6 KΩ (0°C)), (30 KΩ (0°C)), 550 Ω (200°C)), 4 KΩ (200°C)):
JIS C1611-1995
•
*
The input indication range is the range that can be displayed for the control range (−99 to 1999).
The PV display is shown in units of 1°C/°F, but the control range is determined up to one decimal
point.
Appendices
A-13
Setting Levels Diagram
Setting Levels Diagram
This diagram shows all of the setting levels. Some parameters are not displayed depending on the
protect level setting and the conditions of use.
Control is stopped for each of the initial setting levels.
Power ON
: ON
INIT switch:
Protect switch::OFF
U Key
Operation
level
*
Initial setting
level
O UT
-0 S P A LM
A LM 1
2
After selecting the mode
using the U/D Keys,
press the M Key.
Press the M
Key for at
least 3 s.
Control in progress
Initial setting
levels (1) to
(5)
Control stopped
Level change
Appendices
* If there is no key input for 5 s or longer, a software reset will be performed to change to the operation
level.
A-14
Control in
progress
Control
stopped
Operation level
○
−
Initial setting level
−
○
○: Setting enabled
Parameter Flow
Parameter Flow
This section describes the parameters set in each level. Pressing the M
each level returns to the top parameter in that level.
key at the last parameter in
Power ON
Protect switch = OFF
INIT switch = ON
Hold down the U Key.
Operation level
No key input for 5 s or longer
Initial setting level
Initial setting level selection
O UT
20
SP A LM
A LM 1
O UT
Process value (1)
PV/SP display: PV→SP
U or D Key pressed.
-0-
2
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
M
O UT
0
O UT
SP mode
Set point
SP A LM
SP A LM
A LM 1
O UT
-1A LM 1
-22
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
2
M
O UT
20
SP A LM
A LM 1
Process value (2)
PV/SP display: SP→PV
Press the M key to move to the
corresponding Initial Setting Level.
2
M
O UT
0
SP A LM
A LM 1
Hold down the
longer.
ALM mode
Alarm value 1
Initial setting level (1)
2
M key for 3 s or
Initial setting level (2)
M
O UT
0
SP A LM
A LM 1
ALM2 mode
Alarm value 2
O UT
M
O UT
h 0
SP A LM
IS mode (1)
Input shift value
(when input shift is
enabled)
A LM 1 2
M
O UT
h 0
SP A LM
A LM 1 2
IS mode (1)
Manual reset value
(when manual reset
is enabled)
SP A LM
at 0
Only one
of these
parameters is
displayed.
O UT
0
SP A LM
A LM 1 2
M
35
SP A LM
a1 0
SP A LM
A LM 1 2
M
O UT
M
O UT
A LM 1 2
15
IS mode (3)
Alarm 1 latch status
SP A LM
Initial setting (2)
A LM 1
2
M
SP mode
PV auto reset
PV/SP display
Tuning selection
ST executing display
Manual reset enable/disable
Control period selection
(0 to 199)
O UT
8
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
SP mode
Proportional
band (1 to
999°C/°F)
M
O UT
23 3
ALM mode
Integral time setting unit
Hysteresis width
Temperature width in which
the ✟deviation indicator is lit
(0 to 199)
SP A LM
IS mode
ST stable range (1 to
999°C/°F)
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
ALM mode
Integral time (0
to 1,999 s, or 0
to 99 min)
M
O UT
40
A LM 1
IS mode
Derivative time
(0 to 1,999 s)
Appendices
SP A LM
SP A LM
A LM 1 2
O UT
IS mode (2)
AT execute/cancel
PV/SP display: No PV
display
O UT
-2-
M
M
O UT
Initial setting (1)
-1-
2
2
M
A LM 1 2
M
A LM 1 2
M
O U T IS mode (4)
a2 0
SP A LM
Alarm 2 latch status
A LM 1 2
M
A-15
Parameter Flow
O UT
O UT
-3SP A LM
A LM 1
2
SP A LM
Initial setting level (3)
O UT
A LM 1
A LM 1
-52
SP A LM
2
O UT
400
A LM 1
2
M
O UT
0
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
M
O UT
Appendices
ot 1
SP A LM
A LM 1
O UT
SP A LM
SP mode
SP upper limit (SP
lower limit + 1 to input
setting range upper
limit)
ALM mode
SP lower limit (input
setting range lower
limit to SP upper limit
–1)
IS mode (1)
Control output
assignment (0 to 3)
O UT
A LM 1
a2 3
A LM 1
2
M
A-16
A LM 1
O UT
SP A LM
IS mode (2)
Alarm 1
assignment (0 to 3)
SP mode
Alarm 1 ON delay
(0: Disabled, 1 to
999 s)
O UT
0
A LM 1
2
O UT
A LM 1
2
O UT
nc 0
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
O UT
lt 0
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
M
A LM 1
2
SP mode
Alarm 2 ON delay
(0: Disabled, 1 to
999 s)
M
ALM mode
Alarm 1 OFF delay
(0: Disabled, 1 to
999 s)
O UT
0
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
ALM mode
Alarm 2 OFF delay
(0: Disabled, 1 to
999 s)
M
IS mode (1)
Alarm 1 type (0 to 9)
Note: Only for
models without an
alarm mode switch.
IS mode (2)
Alarm 1 open in
alarm (0: Closed in
alarm; 1: Open in
alarm)
O UT
al 2
SP A LM
IS mode (3)
Alarm 1 latch
(0: OFF; 1: ON)
A LM 1
IS mode (1)
Alarm 2 type
(0 to 8)
2
M
O UT
nc 0
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
M
M
IS mode (3)
Alarm 2
assignment (0 to 3)
2
0
SP A LM
M
al 2
A LM 1
O UT
M
SP A LM
Initial setting (5)
M
2
M
2
O UT
2
0
SP A LM
M
SP A LM
Initial setting (4)
-5 -
O UT
SP A LM
2
a1 2
A LM 1
Initial setting level (5)
M
M
SP A LM
2
- 4-
M
SP A LM
A LM 1
Initial setting level (4)
Initial setting (3)
-3SP A LM
O UT
-4-
O UT
lt 0
SP A LM
A LM 1
2
M
IS mode (2)
Alarm 2 open in
alarm (0: Closed
in alarm; 1: Open
in alarm)
IS mode (3)
Alarm 2 latch
(0: OFF; 1: ON)
Index
Index
2
2-PID control.....................................................................3-5
C
characteristics................................................................... A-3
close in alarm/open in alarm ............................................. 4-5
A
control mode switches....................................................... 1-9
alarm 1 assignment..........................................................5-18
control output assignment ............................................... 5-18
alarm 1 latch....................................................................5-23
control outputs ...........................................................1-5, 2-7
alarm 1 OFF delay...........................................................5-21
control period...........................................................3-6, 5-10
alarm 1 ON delay ............................................................5-21
alarm 1 open in alarm......................................................5-23
D
alarm 1 type.....................................................................5-22
D (down) key................................................................... 1-3
alarm 2 assignment..........................................................5-19
derivative time........................................................3-12, 5-15
alarm 2 latch....................................................................5-27
deviation indicators........................................................... 1-2
alarm 2 OFF delay...........................................................5-25
direct/reverse operation..................................................... 3-6
alarm 2 ON delay ............................................................5-25
display range exceeded .................................................... A-6
alarm 2 open in alarm......................................................5-27
alarm 2 type.....................................................................5-26
E
alarm delays ......................................................................4-8
error displays.................................................................... A-4
alarm hysteresis.................................................................4-4
external dimensions .......................................................... 2-2
alarm indicators.................................................................1-2
E5CS-U ........................................................................ 2-2
alarm latch.........................................................................4-4
E5CSV.......................................................................... 2-2
alarm mode switch ..........................................................1-12
alarm operation..................................................................4-5
F
alarm outputs........................................................... 2-7, 3-14
fixing settings.................................................................... 1-7
alarm types ......................................................................3-14
front panel......................................................................... 1-2
alarm value 1 .....................................................................5-4
E5CS-U ........................................................................ 1-2
alarm value 2 .....................................................................5-5
E5CSV.......................................................................... 1-2
alarms ................................................................................1-5
H
AT (auto-tuning)................................................................3-9
hysteresis........................................................................... 3-8
execution/ cancelled......................................................3-9
hysteresis width............................................................... 5-12
AT execute/cancel .............................................................5-6
I
B
I/O configuration............................................................... 1-4
basic model number ..........................................................1-4
E5CSV and E5CS-U..................................................... 1-4
E5CS-U.........................................................................1-4
main functions .............................................................. 1-4
E5CSV ..........................................................................1-4
INIT switch ....................................................................... 1-9
burnout .............................................................................A-7
initial setting level............................................................. 1-6
A-17
Appendices
alarm values ....................................................................3-14
Index
initial setting level (1)............................................... A-9, 5-9
initial setting level (2)........................................... A-10, 5-14
initial setting level (3)........................................... A-10, 5-16
initial setting level (4)........................................... A-11, 5-20
initial setting level (5)........................................... A-11, 5-24
input ..................................................................................2-6
O
ON/OFF control................................................................ 3-5
operation level...........................................................A-8, 5-3
output assignment ............................................................. 4-3
output indicator ................................................................. 1-2
overflow ........................................................................... A-4
input range......................................................................A-12
input sensor error..............................................................A-5
input sensor types..............................................................1-4
input shift value....................................................... 3-16, 5-5
input type...........................................................................3-2
setting............................................................................3-2
installation.........................................................................2-2
E5CS-U.........................................................................2-2
E5CSV ..........................................................................2-2
mounting to the panel....................................................2-3
mounting to the terminal cover .....................................2-3
integral time ................................................. 3-12, 5-12, 5-15
K
P
panel cutout dimensions.................................................... 2-2
parameter flow ............................................................... A-15
parameter operation lists .................................................. A-8
PID constants ...........................................................3-9, 3-12
PID control........................................................................ 3-5
power supply..................................................................... 2-6
precautions when wiring ................................................... 2-6
process value..................................................................... 5-4
proportional action.......................................................... 3-12
proportional band...................................................3-12, 5-15
protect switch.................................................................... 1-9
PV/SP display ................................................................. 5-10
key operations ...................................................................1-6
L
R
ratings .............................................................................. A-2
lock release key .................................................................1-3
M
M (mode) key...................................................................1-3
main functions...................................................................1-4
manual reset ....................................................................5-10
Appendices
manual reset value.............................................................5-6
manual setup ...................................................................3-12
meanings of indicators and display ...................................1-2
memory error....................................................................A-5
mode indicators .................................................................1-2
mounting to the terminal cover..........................................2-3
E5CSV ..........................................................................2-3
moving to the initial setting level .............................. 4-2, 5-8
N
Removing the E5CSV from the Case................................ 2-3
S
sensor input setting range, indication range, control range
................................................................................... A-12
set point......................................................................3-7, 5-4
setting ........................................................................... 3-7
set point limiter ................................................................. 4-6
set point lower limit .......................................................... 4-6
set point upper limit .......................................................... 4-6
setting level configuration................................................. 1-6
setting levels diagram..................................................... A-14
setting output specifications.............................................. 3-6
setting switches ................................................................. 1-8
alarm mode switch...................................................... 1-12
control mode switches .................................................. 1-9
names of parts ...................................................................1-2
A-18
INIT switch................................................................... 1-9
Index
protect switch................................................................1-9
temperature range switch ................................................ 1-10
temperature range switch ............................................1-10
temperature unit ................................................................ 3-4
setting the SP upper and lower limit values.......................4-6
terminal arrangement ........................................................ 2-5
shift method.....................................................................3-17
E5CS-U ........................................................................ 2-5
shifting input values ........................................................3-16
E5CSV.......................................................................... 2-5
shifting inputs..................................................................3-16
tuning .............................................................................. 5-10
short-circuit ......................................................................A-7
SP ......................................................................................1-2
U
SP lower limit..................................................................5-17
U (up) key ....................................................................... 1-3
SP upper limit..................................................................5-17
underflow ......................................................................... A-4
specifications....................................................................A-2
using the keys.................................................................... 1-3
characteristics ..............................................................A-3
D (down) key .............................................................. 1-3
ratings ..........................................................................A-2
lock release key ............................................................ 1-3
ST.......................................................................... 3-10, 5-10
M (mode) key .............................................................. 1-3
startup conditions........................................................3-10
U (up) key ................................................................... 1-3
ST stable range...................................................... 3-11, 5-13
standby sequence...............................................................4-4
startup conditions ............................................................3-10
W
wiring................................................................................ 2-6
wiring terminals ................................................................ 2-5
T
temperature display ...........................................................1-2
Appendices
A-19
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