FP23 Series Programmable Controller Instruction Manual 2

FP23 Series Programmable Controller Instruction Manual 2
FP23 Series
Programmable Controller
Instruction Manual
2-input
Thank you for purchasing the Shimaden FP23 Series
Programmable Controller. Check that the delivered product is
the correct item you ordered. Do not begin operating this
product until you have read and thoroughly understood the
contents of this Instruction Manual.
SHIMADEN CO., LTD.
MPF023-E02-A
Jan. 2006
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Request
Make sure that this instruction manual is given to the final user of the device.
Keep this manual at the work site during operation of the FP23 Series.
Preface
This Instruction Manual describes the basic functions and how to use "2-input:
1-output/2-output" FP23 Series Controllers.
For details on "2-input: 1-output/2-output" and "servo output," refer to separate
manuals.
This Instruction Manual is meant for those will be involved in the wiring, installation,
operation and routine maintenance of the FP23 Series. This manual describes the
handling, installation and wiring procedures for operation.
While using this device, you should always follow the instructions written in this
manual.
For safety precautions and potential damage to equipment and/or facilities,
additional instructions are indicated by the following headings.
Safety Precautions
Warning
The FP23 Series Digital Controller is designed for controlling temperature,
humidity and other physical quantities in general industrial facilities. It
must not be used in any way that may adversely affect the safety, health
or working conditions of those who come into contact with the effects of its
use. When used, adequate and effective safety countermeasures must be
provided at all times by the user. No warranty, express or implied, is valid
when this device is used without the proper safety countermeasures.
Warning
Before you start to use this device, install it in a control panel or the like
and avoid touching the terminals.
Do not open this device's case, and touch the boards or inside of the
case with your hands or a conductor. The user should never repair or
modify this device. Doing so might cause an accident that may result in
death or serious bodily injury from electric shock.
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Caution
To avoid damage to connected peripheral devices, facilities or the product
itself due to malfunction of this device, safety countermeasures such as
proper installation of the fuse or installation of overheating protection must
be taken before use. No warranty, express or implied, is valid in the case
of use resulting in an accident without having taken the proper safety
countermeasures.
The warning mark on the plate affixed on the casing of this device warns
you not to touch charged parts while this device is powered ON. Doing
so might cause an electric shock.
A means for turning the power OFF such as switch or a breaker must be
installed on the external power circuit connected to the power terminal
on this device. Fasten the switch or breaker at a position where it can be
easily operated by the operator, and indicate that it is a means for
powering this device OFF.
This device does not have a built-in fuse. Install a fuse that conforms to
the following rating in the power circuit connected to the power terminal.
Fuse rating/characteristics: 250 VAC 1.0A/medium lagged or lagged type
When wiring this device, tighten the terminal connections firmly.
Use the device with the power voltage and frequency within their rated
ranges.
Do not apply a voltage or current outside of the input rating to the input
terminal. Doing so might shorten the service life of this device or cause it
to malfunction.
The voltage and current of the load connected to the output terminal
should be within the rated range. Exceeding this range may cause the
temperature to rise which might shorten the service life of this device or
cause it to malfunction.
This device is provided with ventilation holes for heat to escape. Prevent
metal objects or other foreign matter from entering these ventilation
holes as this may cause this device to malfunction. Do not block these
ventilation holes or allow dirt and dust to stick to these holes.
Temperature buildup or insulation failure might shorten the service life
of this device or cause it to malfunction.
Repeated tolerance tests on voltage, noise, surge, etc. may cause this
device to deteriorate.
Never remodel this device or use it a prohibited manner.
To ensure safe and proper use of this device, and to maintain its
reliability, observe the precautions described in this manual.
Do not operate the keys on the front panel of this device with a hard or
sharp-tipped object. Be sure to operate the keys with your fingertips.
When cleaning this device, do not use paint thinner or other solvents.
Wipe gently with a soft, dry cloth.
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Check before use
This device has been fully checked for quality assurance before shipment from the
factory. However, you are requested to make sure that there are no errors, damages or
shortages in the delivered items by confirming the model code, external appearance of
the device and the number of accessories.
Confirmation of model codes
Referring to the table below check the model codes affixed to the case of the product to
check if the respective codes indicate what was specified when you ordered the product.
Checking accessories
Make sure that your product package has all of the following items
Standard accessories
(1) Quick Reference
(2) Support CD
(3) Mounting fixture (w/ 2 screws)
(4) Terminal cover
(5) Unit decal
Optional accessories
(1) Current transformer (CT) for heater break alarm (when the heater break alarm option
is selected)
(2) Terminal resistor (when the RS-485 communication option is selected)
Options (sold separately)
The following table shows the options available for this product.
Model Name
Infrared Communication
Adapter
Model No.
S5004
USB 1.1
Specification
Shunt resistor
QCS002
250Ω±0.1%
Relay Unit
AP2MC
Converts open collector output to 2-point
contact.
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2-input specification
Item
1. Series
Code
FP23-
Specification
Multi-function programmable controller, DIN 96 x 96 mm
DL Universal-input, independent 2-loop control,3 event outputs
2. Basic functions *1 DS Universal-input, 2-input operation/1-output control, 3 event outputs *2
DD Universal-input, 2-input operation/2-output control, 3 event outputs
Contact 1c, Contact rating: 240 V AC, 2.5 A/resistive load,
Y
1A/ inductive load
I
Current 4 to 20 mA DC, Load resistance: 600Ω max.
3. Control Output 1 *2
P SSR drive voltage 12 V±1.5 V DC, Load current: 30 mA max.
V Voltage 0 to 10 V DC, Load current: 2 mA max.
Contact 1c, Contact rating: 240 V AC 2.5 A/resistive load, 1A/
Yinductive load
ICurrent 4 to 20 mA DC, Load resistance: 600Ω max.
4. Control Output 2
P- SSR drive voltage 12 V±1.5 V DC, Load current: 30 mA max.
V- Voltage 0 to 10 V DC, Load current: 2 mA max.
00 None
5. Heater Break alarm
(for single phase) *3
31
32
6. Analog Output 1
7. Analog Output 2/sensor power supply
8. External I/O control signals
(DI/DO) *4
9. Communication interface
10. Remarks
Heater Break alarm (heater
Current 30 A, CT provided)
Selectable only when
Control Output 1 or 2 is Y
or P
Heater Break alarm (heater
current 50 A, CT provided)
0 None
3 0 to 10 mV DC, Output resistance: 10Ω
4 4 to 20 mA DC, Load resistance: 300Ω max.
6 0 to 10 V DC, Load current: 2 mA max.
0 None
3 0 to 10 mV DC, Output resistance: 10Ω
4 4 to 20 mA DC, Load resistance: 300Ω max.
6 0 to 10 V DC, Load current: 2 mA max.
8 Sensor power supply 24 V DC 25mA
Standard 0 4 DI, 5 DO
1 10 DI, 9 DO
0 None
RS-485 (not
3
SHIMADEN protocol/
insulated)
MODBUS communication
5 RS-485
protocol
7 RS-232C
0 Without
9 With
*1 Independent 2-loop control, 2-input operation/1-output control and 2-input operation/2-output control are all supported
in the 2-output specification.
The controller is shipped with the function selected at BASIC FUNCTION set.
*2 In a 2-input operation/1-output control specification, output for control is output to Control
Output1. Select the same specification as Control Output 2 for Control Output1 .
*3 In a 2-output specification, the heater break alarm is used either of Control Output 1 or 2.
*4 When switching the start pattern No. by D1, 10 points of D1 (CODE1) are required.
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Contents
1
INSTALLATION & WIRING.................................................................1
1-1
Installation Site............................................................................................... 1
1-2
External Dimensions and Panel Cutout ......................................................... 1
1-3
Mounting ........................................................................................................ 2
1-4
Current Transformer (CT) for Heater Break Alarm ........................................ 3
1-5
Rear Terminal Arrangement Diagrams .......................................................... 4
1-6
Wiring ............................................................................................................. 6
2
NAMES & FUNCTIONS OF PARTS ON FRONT PANEL...................7
3
BASIC OPERATIONS.......................................................................13
3-1
Power ON..................................................................................................... 13
3-2
Switching LCD Screen Display and Moving the Cursor............................... 14
(1)
(2)
3-3
(1)
(2)
4
Entering numerical values....................................................................................... 15
Selecting setup items.............................................................................................. 16
4-1
Control Modes.............................................................................................. 17
4-2
Reset State .................................................................................................. 17
4-3
Program Functions....................................................................................... 18
4-4
CONTROL FUNCTION BLOCK DIAGRAMS .............................................. 20
1-input, 1-output/2-output ....................................................................................... 20
2-input, 1-output/2-output ....................................................................................... 21
2-input, 2-output, Independent 2-channel ............................................................... 22
SETUP ..............................................................................................23
5-1
6
Changing and Registering Data ................................................................... 15
CONTROL MODES & FUNCTION BLOCKS ....................................17
(1)
(2)
(3)
5
Switching the screen display................................................................................... 14
CH1, CH2: Switching channels............................................................................... 14
Parameter Setup Procedure ........................................................................ 23
OUTPUT SPECIFICATION & KEY LOCK ........................................25
6-1
(1)
(2)
Selection of operation mode under 2-input specification ............................. 25
Operation mode under 2-input, 2-output specification ............................................ 25
Setting of Operation Mode under 2-Input Specification .......................................... 26
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6-2
(1)
(2)
7
Key lock screen display........................................................................................... 27
Releasing the key lock ............................................................................................ 27
I/O SETTINGS, INFRARED COMMUNICATION ..............................29
7-1
Output Specifications (2-output specification).............................................. 29
7-2
Infrared Communication............................................................................... 30
7-3
Measuring Range......................................................................................... 30
(1)
(2)
Range setting .......................................................................................................... 30
Range scaling.......................................................................................................... 31
7-4
Unit............................................................................................................... 34
7-5
Decimal Point Position ................................................................................. 35
(1)
(2)
7-6
(1)
8
Releasing the Key Lock ............................................................................... 27
Decimal point position ............................................................................................. 35
Switching the lowest digit past the decimal point .................................................... 35
Cold Junction Compensation ....................................................................... 36
Thermocouple cold junction compensation ............................................................. 36
I/O AUXILIARY SETTINGS...............................................................37
8-1
(1)
(2)
(3)
8-2
(1)
(2)
(3)
8-3
(1)
(2)
8-4
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
8-5
(1)
(2)
8-6
(1)
(2)
Setup of 2-Input Operation........................................................................... 37
Selection of PV Mode.............................................................................................. 37
Process when scaleover occurs.............................................................................. 37
Bias, filter and slope ................................................................................................ 38
PV Compensation Value ............................................................................ 38
PV bias .................................................................................................................... 38
PV filter.................................................................................................................... 38
PV slope .................................................................................................................. 38
Square Root Extraction Operation ............................................................... 39
Enabling the square root extraction operation......................................................... 39
Low cut .................................................................................................................... 39
Control Output.............................................................................................. 40
Action characteristics .............................................................................................. 40
Output at reset......................................................................................................... 40
Output at error ......................................................................................................... 40
Proportional cycle time ............................................................................................ 41
Setting output 2 ....................................................................................................... 41
Setting the Ten-Segment Linearizer Approximation .................................... 41
Enabling ten-segment linearizer approximation ...................................................... 41
Setting input points.................................................................................................. 42
Limiters ........................................................................................................ 43
Output rate-of-change limiter................................................................................... 43
SV limiter ................................................................................................................. 43
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8-7
9
Compensating Control Output/Analog Output ............................................. 44
PROGRAM SETTINGS.....................................................................45
9-1
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
9-2
(1)
(2)
(3)
9-3
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
9-4
(1)
(2)
9-5
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Program Initial Settings ................................................................................ 45
Time unit ................................................................................................................. 45
Program start delay time......................................................................................... 45
Input error mode ..................................................................................................... 45
Power failure compensation.................................................................................... 46
Advance mode ........................................................................................................ 46
Advance time .......................................................................................................... 46
CH1 pattern number ............................................................................................... 47
Step-related Settings ................................................................................... 47
Step SV value ......................................................................................................... 47
Step Time ............................................................................................................... 48
Step PID No. ........................................................................................................... 48
Pattern-related Settings ............................................................................... 48
Number of steps ..................................................................................................... 48
Start step ................................................................................................................ 49
Start SV .................................................................................................................. 49
Pattern execution count .......................................................................................... 50
Start step No. of step loop ...................................................................................... 50
End step No. of step loop ....................................................................................... 51
Execution count of step loop................................................................................... 51
Guarantee soak zone ............................................................................................. 52
Guarantee soak time............................................................................................... 53
PV start ................................................................................................................... 53
Pattern Link-related Settings........................................................................ 55
Setting the pattern link execution count .................................................................. 55
Pattern link .............................................................................................................. 55
Settings Before Program Operation ............................................................. 56
Auto-tuning point..................................................................................................... 56
Program EVENT/DO action points.......................................................................... 57
Time signal (TS) ..................................................................................................... 58
Start pattern No. ..................................................................................................... 60
10 FIX SETTINGS..................................................................................61
10-1
Switching the FIX Mode ............................................................................... 61
10-2
FIX SV Value................................................................................................ 61
10-3
FIX PID No. .................................................................................................. 62
10-4
FIX MOVE .................................................................................................... 62
10-5
FIX EVENT/DO Action Points ...................................................................... 63
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11 PID SETTING....................................................................................65
11-1
Proportional Band (P) .................................................................................. 65
11-2
Integral Time (I)............................................................................................ 65
11-3
Derivative Time (D) ...................................................................................... 66
11-4
Manual Reset (MR) ...................................................................................... 66
11-5
Action Hysteresis (DF) ................................................................................. 67
11-6
Dead Band (DB)........................................................................................... 67
11-7
Set Value Function (SF)............................................................................... 69
11-8
Output Limit Value (OUT1L to OUT2H) ....................................................... 70
11-9
Zone PID ...................................................................................................... 71
(1)
(2)
(3)
Selecting Zone PID ................................................................................................. 71
Zone hysteresis ....................................................................................................... 72
PID zone value ........................................................................................................ 72
12 EVENT & DO SETTING ....................................................................73
12-1
Monitor Screens ........................................................................................... 73
(1)
(2)
DO monitor .............................................................................................................. 73
Logic monitor........................................................................................................... 73
12-2
Channel Setting ........................................................................................... 73
12-3
EVENT/DO Action........................................................................................ 73
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Output characteristics.............................................................................................. 75
Hysteresis................................................................................................................ 75
Delay time ............................................................................................................... 76
Inhibit Action............................................................................................................ 76
12-4
Event Logic Operations................................................................................ 77
(1)
(2)
(3)
Logic operation mode (Log MD).............................................................................. 77
Assigning logic operation input (SRC1, SRC2) ....................................................... 77
Logic operation input logic (Gate1, Gate2).............................................................. 78
12-5
Timers/Counters .......................................................................................... 78
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Timer time ............................................................................................................... 78
Counter.................................................................................................................... 78
Assigning input (SRC) ............................................................................................. 79
Mode (Log MD) ....................................................................................................... 79
13 OPTION SETTINGS (DI, AO, HB, COM) ..........................................81
13-1
DI.................................................................................................................. 81
(1)
(2)
(3)
DI monitor screen .................................................................................................... 81
Assignment of a Channel to DI................................................................................ 81
List of DI Types. ...................................................................................................... 81
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13-2
Analog Output .............................................................................................. 84
(1)
(2)
Analog Output type ................................................................................................. 84
Scaling Analog Output ............................................................................................ 84
13-3
Setting the Heater Break/Heater Loop Alarms............................................. 85
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Connecting the Current Transformer (CT) .............................................................. 85
Heater current monitor ............................................................................................ 85
Heater Break Alarm current (HBA) ......................................................................... 85
Heater Loop Alarm current (HLA) ........................................................................... 86
Heater Break/Heater Loop Alarm mode (HBM) ...................................................... 86
Heater Break detection Selection (HB) ................................................................... 86
13-4
Communication ............................................................................................ 87
(1)
(2)
Setting communication ........................................................................................... 87
Communication Mode (COM) ................................................................................. 88
14 KEY LOCK SETTING........................................................................89
14-1
Setting Key Lock .......................................................................................... 89
(1)
(2)
Displaying the key lock screen................................................................................ 89
Key lock .................................................................................................................. 89
15 MONITORING, EXECUTING & STOPPING OPERATION...............91
15-1
Flow of Basic Screen under 2-loop Specification......................................... 91
15-2
Operations in Basic Screen.......................................................................... 92
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Setting the start pattern .......................................................................................... 92
Setting the start step ............................................................................................... 92
Setting the FIX mode .............................................................................................. 93
Setting the FIX SV value (only in FIX mode) .......................................................... 93
15-3
Displaying the Step No. and SV................................................................... 94
15-4
How to Start / Stop Control .......................................................................... 94
16 OPERATIONS DURING CONTROL .................................................95
16-1
Monitoring Control........................................................................................ 95
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
Basic screen ........................................................................................................... 95
Output value display ............................................................................................... 95
PV monitor .............................................................................................................. 95
Status monitor......................................................................................................... 96
Monitoring program status ...................................................................................... 96
Monitoring the remaining step time......................................................................... 96
Monitoring the program........................................................................................... 96
Monitoring the pattern link....................................................................................... 97
Monitoring information during control execution ..................................................... 97
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16-2
Executing and Stopping Auto Tuning........................................................... 98
16-3
Switching Auto/Manual of Control Output .................................................. 100
(1)
(2)
Manual output operations...................................................................................... 100
Simple key-based manual output operations ........................................................ 101
16-4
Temporarily Holding (HLD) and Resuming Program Execution ................ 101
16-5
Executing Advance (ADV) ......................................................................... 102
17 ERROR DISPLAYS.........................................................................105
17-1
Operation Check Abnormalities at Power ON............................................ 105
17-2
PV Input Abnormalities .............................................................................. 106
17-3
Heater Current Abnormalities (option) ....................................................... 106
18 LIST OF PARAMETERS .................................................................107
18-1
Execution Screen Group (group 1) ............................................................ 107
18-2
Program Screen Group (group 2) .............................................................. 108
18-3
Step Screen Group (group 2S) .................................................................. 109
18-4
PID Screen Group (group 3) ...................................................................... 110
18-5
EVENT/DO Screen Group (group 4).......................................................... 111
18-6
DI/Option Screen Group (group 5)............................................................. 113
18-7
Control Output Screen Group (group 6)..................................................... 116
18-8
Unit/Range Screen Group (group 7) .......................................................... 117
18-9
Lock, etc. Screen Group (group 8)............................................................. 119
19 PARAMETER SETUP RECORD SHEETS .....................................121
19-1
Product Model Code .................................................................................. 121
19-2
CTRL EXEC Parameters ........................................................................... 121
19-3
PROG STEP Parameters .......................................................................... 122
19-4
PID Parameters ......................................................................................... 125
19-5
EVENT/DO Parameters ............................................................................. 126
19-6
DI/Options Parameters .............................................................................. 127
19-7
Control Output Parameters ........................................................................ 127
19-8
Unit/Measuring Range Parameters............................................................ 127
19-9
Lock, etc. Parameters ................................................................................ 128
20 SPECIFICATIONS ..........................................................................129
20-1
Display ....................................................................................................... 129
20-2
Setting ........................................................................................................ 129
20-3
Input ........................................................................................................... 130
20-4
Control........................................................................................................ 131
20-5
Program Function ...................................................................................... 132
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20-6
Event Output .............................................................................................. 133
20-7
External Control Output (DO)..................................................................... 134
20-8
External Control Input (DI) ......................................................................... 134
20-9
Logic Operation Functions ......................................................................... 135
20-10 2-input Specification................................................................................... 135
20-11 Heater Break Alarm (option) ...................................................................... 136
20-12 Analog Output (option) ............................................................................... 136
20-13 Sensor Power Supply (option) ................................................................... 137
20-14 Communication (option) ............................................................................. 137
20-15 Infrared Communication............................................................................. 138
20-16 General Specifications ............................................................................... 138
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LCD Flow Chart
The following shows how to move between the LCD display screens of this device.
Standard screen
Screens that are always displayed
Non-standard
screen
Screens that are displayed depending
on options/setup values.
Group 0
Group 1
Basic screens
Control execution
screens
0-0
C
STEP
1 1H
50
100
OUT1 0
0.0%
GRP
SCRN
CH
1
CTRL EXEC
Exec.Key, Start PTN,
PTN Link, FIX
GRP
GRP
1-1
0-1
OUT1
0
0.0%
OUT2
0
0.0%
50
100
50
100
Step screens
CH
1
AT  OFF
MAN  OFF
COM  LOCAL
PROGRAM
GRP
SCRN
PID
GRP
ENT + SCRN
RUN
HLD
EXT
A T
FIX
1-2
MAN
ENT + SCRN
HLD 
ADV 
CH2
1
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
GUA
U P LVL DWN
CH1
GUA
U P LVL DWN
CH2
CH
1
OFF
OFF
Start PTN
SCRN
0-3
1-3
PTN Link Reps:
Link Format
3rd:
1st: 0
2nd: 0
4th:
0 CH
1
0
0
STEP
TIME
P: 01
S:003
0 0 h0 1 m
0
50
CH
1
100
SCRN
0-5
CH
1
PTN
1
STP
3
CH
P T N L i nk
1
1- 2- 4- 3- 5-10
1- 5 -10- 2- 3- 3- 2
9- 7 - 4- 1- 1- 3- 3
SCRN
0-7
LNK
REP
LOP
No.
:
:
:
:
1/
1/
1/
1
1
1
1
SCRN
5th:
6th:
7th:
8th:
ENT + SCRN
1-5
1-6
FIX
FIX
FIX
FIX
CH
1
1-7
0
0
0
0
9th:
10th:
11th:
12th:
SCRN
13th:
14th:
15th:
16th:
SCRN
0-6
SCRN
1-4
CH
1
P TN
01
Num. of STEP :
Start STEP :
0 CH
0 1
0
0
ENT + SCRN
0
0
0
0
17th:
18th:
19th:
20th:
SCRN
0 CH
0 1
0
0
ENT + SCRN
MODE: OFF
SV :
0.0 ℃
PID :
1
MOVE: EXE
SCRN
CH
1
GRP
CH
1
PTN Loop Setup
01 Start :
End :
Reps :
1-8
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
FIX
DO1
DO2
DO3
CH
DO Set Point
HD
2500.0 ℃ 1
LD: -2500.0 ℃
HD:
2500.0 ℃
ENT + SCRN
1-11
CH
FIX DO Set Point
DO8 HD
2500.0 ℃ 1
DO9 HD:
2500.0 ℃
SCRN
ENT + SCRN
1
1
1
CH
1
ENT + SCRN
P TN EV Set Point
CH
01 EV1 HD: 2500.0
℃ 1
EV2 LD: -2500.0 ℃
SCRN
ENT + SCRN
CH
P TN DO Set point
01 DO1 HD: 2500.0 ℃ 1
DO2 LD: -2500.0 ℃
DO3 HD: 2500.0 ℃
ENT + SCRN
2-9
CH
P TN DO Set point
01 DO8 HD: 2500.0 ℃ 1
DO9 LD: -2500.0 ℃
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
PTN O N
01 O N
OFF
T S1 O F F
SCRN
or
STEP
ENT + SCRN
2S-1
CH
SV :
0 . 0℃ 1
Time: 00h01m
PID :
0
PT N
01
S T EP
00 1
SCRN
or
STEP
ENT + SCRN
STEP:
Tim e:
STEP :
Time:
CH
OF F
00h 00m1
O FF
00h00m
GRP
3-1
PID01-OUT1
P: 3.0%
I: 120s
D:
30s
SV
:
MR: 0.0%
SF: 0.40
ENT + SCRN
3-2 SCRN
PID01-OUT2
P: 3.0%
I: 120s
D:
30s
MR: 0.0%
SF: 0.40
3-3 SCRN
2S-400
P TN
01
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
STEP
PID01
CH
0 . 0℃ 1
OFF
OFF
ENT + SCRN
OUT1L:
0.0%
OUT1H: 100.0%
OUT2L:
0.0%
OUT2H: 100.0%
S TEP ON Ti me:
4 00 OFF Ti me:
SCRN
SCRN
or
STEP
ENT + SCRN
ENT + SCRN
3-28
ENT + SCRN
2S-0
PID10-OUT1
P: 3.0%
I: 120s
D:
30s
MR: 0.0%
SF: 0.40
ENT + SCRN
3-29 SCRN
PID10-OUT2
P: 3.0% MR: 0.0%
I: 120s SF: 0.40
D:
30s
ENT + SCRN
3-30 SCRN
PID10
OUT1L:
0.0%
OUT1H: 100.0%
OUT2L:
0.0%
OUT2H: 100.0%
3-31 SCRN
ENT + SCRN
Zone PID1:
HYS1:
PID2:
HYS2:
OFF
2.0
OFF
2.0
ENT + SCRN
3-32 SCRN
0.0 ℃ CH
1
AT Point
SCRN
SCRN
SCRN
0.0 ℃
1
GUArantee Soak CH
1
Zone : OFF
Time: 00h00m
PV Start: OFF
2-5 SCRN
2-10
0-0
CH
1
ENT + SCRN
2-3 SCRN
2-6
STEP
STEP
15
1
ENT + SCRN
P TN
01
Start SV :
PTN Reps :
SCRN
ENT + SCRN
FIX EV Set Point
EV1 HD
2500.0℃
EV2 LD: -2500.0 ℃
2-2 SCRN
P TN
01
CH
1
SV, Time, PID No.
Step No.
0
2-1
2-4 SCRN
SCRN
0-4
PT N
PT N
ST P
PI D
SCRN
PTN
01
PID and Out Limit, AT
GRP
2S-0
STEP
PTN
SCRN
0-2
3-0
CH
1
Pattern/Step,
Time Signal
GRP
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
PTN
01
PID screens
Group 2S
2-0
1-0
1
PTN
Group 3
Group 2
Program screens
2-17
PTN O N
01 O N
OFF
T S8 O F F
ENT + SCRN
ENT + SCRN
3-0
STEP:
Tim e:
STEP :
Time:
CH
OF F
00h 00m1
O FF
00h00m
2-0
1-0
When the DISP key is pressed at a screen other than the 0-0 basic screen, the 0-0 basic
screen is returned to.
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Group 4
Group 5
Group 6
Group 7
Group 8
Event/DO screens
DI/Option screens
Control output screens
Unit/Range screens
Lock screens
4-0
5-0
EVENT/DO
Alarm and Status
GRP
SCRN
4-1
DO6
ENT + SCRN
DO7
EV1
B | I
DO1
-
EV2
DO2
-
DO9
EV3
- DO3
- -
SCRN
ENT + SCRN
5-1
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
DI8
DI9
DI10
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
5-2
DI1
DI2:
DI3:
DI4:
RUN/RST: CH1
None
:CH1
None
:CH1
None
:CH1
5-3
DI5:
DI6:
DI7:
DI8:
None
None
None
None
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
EV1 Log MD: OR
MD: LOGIC
ACT:N.O.
SRC1:None
Gate1:BUF
SRC2:None
Gate2:INV
SCRN
4-4
EV2
MD: DEV Low
DF:
2.0℃
DLY:
OFF
ENT + SCRN
4-5 SCRN
EV3
MD: RUN
ENT + SCRN
CH1
ACT:N.O.
IH:OFF
ENT + SCRN
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
4-8
DO3
MD: None
ENT + SCRN
5-4
DI9 :
DI10:
CH1
ACT:N.O.
CH1
ACT:N.O.
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
CH1
ACT:N.O.
ENT + SCRN
None
:CH1
:CH1
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
SCRN
6-1
OUT1 ACT:
RST:
ERR:
CYC:
ENT + SCRN
Reverse
0.0%
0.0%
30s
SCRN
ENT + SCRN
6-2
OUT2 ACT: Reverse
RST:
0.0%
ERR:
0.0%
CYC:
30s
SCRN
6-3
Rate Limiter
OUT1:
OFF
OUT2:
OFF
ENT + SCRN
Bias, Filter
SQ.Root, Prox Mode
GRP
ENT + SCRN
6-0
ENT + SCRN
Key Lock, SV Limit,
Time Unit, ADV_Mode
GRP
SCRN
ENT + SCRN
8-1
( TC, RTD input )
7-1
PV
PV
Bias:
Filter:
0.0
OFF
CH
1
KLOCK
OFF
IR COM: ON
[ 2in 2out 2loop ]
SCRN
ENT + SCRN
7-2
CH
RANGE: 06(K3)
1
Sc_L
0.0℃
Sc_H
800.0℃
UNIT:℃
DP XXXX.X
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
Figure: Normal
CJ
: Internal
CH
1
ENT + SCRN
0.0 ℃ CH
800.0 ℃ 1
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
8-3
Time Unit:
PRG.Wait :
SO Mode :
POWER ON :
H/M
00h00m
HLD
RESET
SCRN
8-4
SCRN
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
8-2
SV Limit_L:
SV Limit_H:
7-3
SCRN
SCRN
CH
1
LOCK, etc.
GRP
ADV Mode:
ADV Time:
ENT + SCRN
Step
00h00m
CH1 PTN
10 / 20
0.0℃
800.0℃
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
5-6
Ao2MD: SV
Ao2_L:
0.0℃
Ao2_H:
800.0℃
8-0
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
( mV, V input )
Heater [ 0.0A ]
HBA: OFF
HLA: OFF
HBM: Lock HB: OUT1
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
COM DATA:
PARI:
STOP:
DELY:
7-1
PV Bias
0.0
PV Filter:
OFF
PV Slope: 1.000
CH
1
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
COM PROT: SHIMADEN
ADDR:
1
BPS : 9600
MEM : EEP
5-9
CH
1
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
8-5
CH
1
PV
7
EVEN
1
10 ms
RANGE: 84(0~5V)
CH
1
Sc_L:
0.0%
Sc_H:
100.0%
UNIT:%
DP XXXX.X
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
SQ.Root
CH1
ACT:N.O.
OFF
A 1:
B 1:
4-0
CH
1
ON
0.00%
0.00%
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
7-5
5-0
A
B
A
B
2
2:
3:
3:
A
B
A
B
10:
10:
11:
11:
CH
1
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
7-4
PMD:
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
7-2
7-3
SCRN
ENT + SCRN
5-10
COM CTRL STX_ETX_CR
BCC:ADD
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
GRP
GRP
7-0
5-8
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
4-9
DO4 Time: OFF
MD: LOGIC
ACT:N.O.
SRC: None
Log MD: Timer
4-14
DO9
MD:
None
None
5-5
Ao1MD:
Ao1_L:
Ao1_H:
5-7
None
ENT + SCRN
RA/DA, Cycle, Rate
CH
1
CH1
ACT:N.O.
SCRN
4-7
DO2
MD: None
4-10 SCRN
:CH1
:CH1
:CH1
:CH1
SCRN
CH1
ACT:N.O.
SCRN
4-6
DO1
MD: None
DO5
MD:
GRP
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
4-3
DO8
GRP
UNIT/RANGE
CTRL OUT
A-Output, H-Break,
Communication
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
4-2
GRP
8-0
7-0
6-0
DI/OPTION
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
CH
1
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
7-9
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
CH
1
ENT + SCRN
SCRN
7-0
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1 INSTALLATION & WIRING
1-1
Installation Site
Caution
Do not use this device in the following sites. Doing so might result in
malfunction or damage to this device and in some cases cause fire and/or
dangerous situations.
Locations that are filled with or generate inflammable gas, corrosive
gas, dirt and dust, smoke, etc.
Locations that are subject to water droplets, direct sunlight or strong
radiated heat from other equipment
Locations where the ambient temperature falls below -10°C or rises
above 50°C
Locations where dew condensation forms and the humidity reaches
90% or more
Near equipment that generates high-frequency noise
Near heavy current circuits or locations likely to be subject to inductive
interference
Locations subject to strong vibration and impact
Locations exceeding an elevation of 2000 m
1-2
External Dimensions and Panel Cutout
External dimensions
with terminal cover
Unit: mm
2
1
INSTALLATION & WIRING
Panel cutout dimensions and space for gang mounting
or more
or more
Unit: mm
1-3
Mounting
Caution
To ensure safety and maintain the functions of this device, do not
disassemble this device.
If this device must be disassembled for replacement or repair, contact
your dealer.
Follow the procedure below to mount this device on a panel.
1. Drill mounting holes referring to the panel cutout dimensions described in the
previous section.
The applicable thickness of the mounting panel is 1.0 to 8.0 mm.
2. Press this device into the panel from the front of the panel.
3. Insert the mounting fixtures at the top and bottom of this device, and tighten the
screws from behind to fasten the device in place.
4. Over-tightening the screws may deform or damage the device housing.
Take care not to tighten the screws too tight.
5. After completing wiring after installation, attach the terminal cover.
Mounting fixture
FP23
Mounting fixture
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INSTALLATION & WIRING
1-4
3
Current Transformer (CT) for Heater Break Alarm
The CT can be used when the heater Break alarm (option) is selected in the product
specifications.
Either of the following CT is provided.
For 0 to 30A (CTL-6-S)
3
10.5
25
5.8
10
21
30
40
2-3.5
Unit: mm
For 0 to 50A (CTL-12-S36-8)
40
2.36
15
12
30
7.5
2-M3 depth 4
40
Unit: mm
4
1-5
1
Rear Terminal Arrangement Diagrams
INSTALLATION & WIRING
1
INSTALLATION & WIRING
Terminal
No
Symbol
5
Description
1
2
3
4
+
+
-
Analog output 1
(optional)
5
6
+
-
8
10
+
-
Heater break alarm CT input
(optional)
mV,
Thermocouple
input
8
10
11
7
10
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
23
A
B
B
+
L
N
24
25
26
27
28
Note
Analog output 2 or Sensor
Power Supply (optional)
Input 1
RTD input
V, mA input
Power supply
Grounding ( internal shorting
across terminals )
COM+
NO - Control output 1
NC
COM
EV1 Event output EV
EV2 ( standard )
EV3
COM
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
External
control
output DO
( standard )
Darlington
output
Open
collector
output
Terminal
No.
Symbol
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
12
13
14
15
16
17
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
COM
DO6
DO7
DO8
DO9
DI5
DI6
DI7
DI8
DI9
DI10
COM
SG
SD+
RD COM+
NO NC
19
21
+
-
19
21
22
18
21
A
B
B
+
-
Description
External control output D1
( standard )
External control output DO
Open collector output
( optional )
External input DI5 to DI10
( optional )
Communication function
( optional )
Control output 2
( optional )
mV,
Thermocouple
input
RTD input
Input 2
V, mA input
A receiving resistor of 1/2W 250Ω 0.1%
is attached across input terminals (7-10)
for use for the 0 to 20mA, and 4 to
20mA inputs.
Make sure that the input wiring is the shortest in case Input 1 and Input 2 share the same
ground line. Otherwise, PV display accuracy might be affected.
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1
1-6
INSTALLATION & WIRING
Wiring
Caution
● To prevent electric shock, always turn off and disconnect this device
from the power supply before starting wiring.
● Do not touch wired terminals or charged parts with your hands while the
power is supplied.
Pay attention to the following points when performing wiring:
Check that the wiring is free from mistakes according to "1-5 Rear Terminal
Arrangement Diagrams."
Use crimped terminals that accommodate an M3 screw and that have a width of 6.2
mm or less.
For thermocouple input, use a compensation wire compatible with the type of
thermocouple.
For RTD input, the resistance of a single lead wire must be 10Ω or less and the three
wires must have the same resistance.
The input signal lead must not be passed along the same conduit or duct as that for
high-voltage power lines.
Shield wiring (single point grounding) is effective against static induction noise.
Short interval twisted pair wiring is effective against electromagnetic induction noise.
When wiring, use wire or cable (minimum 1 mm2 cross-sectional area) of 600 V
grade PVC insulated wire or equivalent wire having the same rating.
For wiring the ground, ground the ground terminal with the earth resistance at less
than 100Ω and with wire 2 mm2 or thicker.
Two earth terminals are provided, each connected internally. One is for the ground
connection, and the other is for connecting the shield of the signal lead. Do not use
the earth terminals for crossover wiring of the power system ground lead.
If this device is considered as being susceptible to noise caused by the power supply,
attach a noise filter to prevent abnormal functioning.
Install a noise filter onto a grounded panel, and make the wire connecting the noise
filter output and the power supply terminal on this controller as short as possible.
make wiring shortest
FP23
Noise filter
100-240V AC
IN
100-240V AC
50/60Hz
OUT
Earth
Recommended filter: ZMB2203-13 from TDK
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NAMES & FUNCTIONS OF PARTS ON FRONT PANEL
2
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NAMES & FUNCTIONS OF PARTS ON FRONT
PANEL
If the instrument is 2-loop specification, it has three kinds of display mode. The display
mode can be switched to another by pressing DISP key on the front panel.
⑤ LED indicators
① PV display
② SV display
③ LCD display
⑥
Infrared
Interface
⑥Infrared
Infrared
sensor
interface
④ Front panel key
switches
1PV display
For 2-loop;
Display mode 1: Displays the current measured value (PV) or an error message of CH1.
Display mode 2: Displays the current measured value (PV) or an error message of CH2.
Display mode 3: Displays the current measured value (PV) or an error message of CH1.
For other than 2-loop;
Displays the measured value (PV) or an error message.
2SV display
For 2-loop;
Display mode 1: Displays the target set value (SV) of CH1.
Display mode 2: Displays the target set value (SV) of CH2.
Display mode 3: Displays the current measured value (PV) of CH2.
For other than 2-loop;
Displays the target set value (SV).
Note
Š
Š
Š
Š
When it is under Display mode 1, CH1 PV value is shown on the PV display, and
CH1 SV value is shown on the SV display.
Display mode 2 or 3 is only for 2-loop (Independent 2-channel) specification.
When it is under Display mode 2 (when CH2 lamp lights), CH2 PV value is shown
on the PV display, and CH2 SV value is shown on the SV display. When it is
under Display mode 3 (when PV lamp lights), CH1 PV value is shown on the PV
display, and CH2 PV value is shown on the SV display.
For details, see “15-1 Flow of Basic Screen under 2-loop Specification”
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2
NAMES & FUNCTIONS OF PARTS ON FRONT PANEL
3LCD display (21 characters x 4 lines, max.)
For 2-loop, the following “CH1” information is displayed under Display mode 1 or 3, and
the following “CH2” information is displayed under Display mode 2.
Pattern/step No. display
Displays the pattern/step No. in the Program mode.
In the FIX mode, "F" is displayed at the PTN field and "- - -" is displayed at the STEP
field.
"- - - " at the STEP field goes out during control execution (RUN) in the FIX mode.
Output (OUT) display
The control output value is displayed by a numerical value and a bar graph as a
percentage (%).
Channel (CH1 or CH2)
Displays the current channel for the data as one of the parameter values (2-loop
specification only).
IN1/IN2 PV
Displays the PV values of INPUT1/INPUT2 (2-input specification only).
CH1/CH2 actions
Displays the actions of the channel that is not displayed on LED indicators. (2-loop
specification only).
Program monitor display
Displays the program status monitor.
Remaining step time display
Displays the remaining step time during program operation.
Pattern graph display
Displays the pattern (step) graph during program operation.
Screen title display
Displays the screen group title in the respective screen group top screen.
Setup parameter display
Parameters can be selected and displayed by front key operation.
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NAMES & FUNCTIONS OF PARTS ON FRONT PANEL
9
4Front panel key switches
DISP (Display key)
Displays the basic screen. Switches three Display mode.
GRP
(Group key)
Changes the screen group.
Or, returns to the screen group top screen.
SCRN
(Screen key)
Switches the parameter display screen in a screen group.
(Parameter key) Selects the parameter to set up or change.
The parameter to be changed is indicated by the cursor (►).
(Shift key)
Moves the digit in set numerical values.
(Down key)
Decrements parameters and numerical values during setup.
(Up key)
Increments parameters and numerical values during setup.
ENT
(Entry key)
Resisters data or parameter numerical values.
STEP
(Step key)
At a reset, increments the start step No. in the basic screen.
( ENT must be pressed to resister.)
PTN
(Pattern key)
At a reset, increments the start pattern No. in the basic screen.
( ENT must be pressed to resister.)
The following key combination operations are available in screens from 0-1 to 0-7.
ENT
+
PTN
: Hold (HLD) operation
ENT
+
STEP
: Advance (ADV) operation
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2
NAMES & FUNCTIONS OF PARTS ON FRONT PANEL
5LED indicators
RUN HLD MAN FIX
⑤ LED indicators
EV1 EV2 EV3 D01 D02 D03 D04 D05 EXT COM
① PV display
② SV display
⑥ Infrared Interface
③ LCD display
④
Front panel
key switches
Note that for 2-loop specification, each RUN, HLD, MAN, FIX, EXT, AT lamp shows
different channel information depending on the Display mode.
For 2-loop;
Display mode 1: Displays the action status of CH1.
Display mode 2: Displays the action status of CH2.
Display mode 3: Displays the action status of CH1.
For other than 2-loop;
Displays the action status.
Status lamps
RUN green
HLD
green
MAN
FIX
EV1
EV2
EV3
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
EXT
green
green
orange
orange
orange
orange
orange
orange
orange
orange
green
COM green
AT
green
Lights during control is being executed. Blinks during program
start delay time (PRG.Wait).
Lights when the program is paused in Program mode. Blinks
when the pause has caused by an input error in the Program
mode or in the Fix mode.
Blinks when control output is set to manual operation (MAN).
Lights in the FIX mode.
Lights during EV1 action.
Lights during EV2 action.
Lights during EV3 action.
Lights during DO1 action.
Lights during DO2 action.
Lights during DO3 action.
Lights during DO4 action.
Lights during DO5 action.
Lights when start pattern No. selection (PTN2bit, PTN3bit,
PTN4bit, PTN5bit) are set to DI5 to DI8.
Lights during communication (COM) mode.
Lights during auto tuning standby. Blinks during auto tuning
execution.
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NAMES & FUNCTIONS OF PARTS ON FRONT PANEL
OUT1 green
OUT2 green
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When control output is current or voltage output, the brightness
of this lamp changes according to fluctuation of Control Output 1,
and during contact or SSR drive voltage output, this lamp lights
when Control Output 1 is ON and goes Out when Control Output
1 is OFF.
When control output is current or voltage output, the brightness
of this lamp changes according to fluctuation of Control Output 2,
and during contact or SSR drive voltage output, this lamp lights
when Control Output 2 is ON and goes Out when Control Output
2 is OFF.
Monitor lamps
CH2
green
PV
green
Lights when CH2 PV/SV values are displayed on PV/SV display
respectively.
Lights when CH2 PV value is displayed on SV display.
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3
BASIC OPERATIONS
3
13
BASIC OPERATIONS
3-1
Power ON
When the power is turned ON, the basic screen is displayed after the initial screens are
displayed on the LCD for about three seconds.
When the FP23 is powered ON for the first time, check on screen to make sure that this
device is the one you ordered.
PowerON
1 The series name is displayed.
FP23 PROG.
CONTROLLER
1
INPUT1:
INPUT2:
OUT 1 :
OUT 2 :
2
AO1
AO2
COM
SPS
3
PTN
4
TC
TC
P
V
:YES
:YES
:YES
: NO
1
OUT1
0.0%
2 The I/O type is displayed.
The figure shows a thermocouple (TC) set for
Input 1 and Input2, SSR drive voltage (P) set for
Output 1, and voltage output (V) set for Output 2.
DI/DO:YES
DO
:NO
HB
:YES
STEP
0
1
50
CH
1
100
3 The installation status of option functions is
displayed.
The figure shows that Analog Output 1, Analog
Output 2 and the communication function are
installed (YES), DI (10 points) and DO (9 points)
are installed (YES), and the heater break alarm
are installed (YES), and SPS (sensor power
supply) is not available (NO).
4 Basic screen (Monitor Group top screen)
The figure shows that Output 1 of PTN1 CH1 is
0% in a 2-loop (2-channel) specification.
The details displayed on screen vary according to specifications, or according to preset
function specifications.
Note
Š The actually installed numbers for external DI or DO can be confirmed with the
above 3 screen.
LCD Display
DI/DO
DO
NO
NO
YES
NO
Actual numbers
DI
DO
4
5
10
9
14
3
3-2
(1)
BASIC OPERATIONS
Switching LCD Screen Display and Moving the Cursor
Switching the screen display
For details on moving between screens, see "LCD Flow Chart" in the preface.
The operation screens of this device are configured so that screens are displayed in
order from the most frequently used screen in regular use.
The following shows an example of screens in the 1-input/1-output specification.
①
PTN
DISP
1
0
OUT1
0.0%
STEP
50
1
C
H
1
100
② CTRL EXEC
Exec.Key. Start PTN
GRP PTN Link, FIX
C
H
1
②
Next
次の
screen
画面表示
display
PID
PID and Out Limit, AT
GRP
GRP
SCRN
1 To display the basic screen
Press the DISP key.
2 To switch the display between screen groups
Press the GRP key to successively switch
screen group top screens.
3 To switch setup screens within groups
Press the SCRN key to successively switch screens.
4 To move the cursor in a screen
Press the
key to move the cursor ( :
blinking) when there are two or more parameters
in the same screen.
②
③
PID01- OUT1
P
3.0%
I :
120s
D:
30s
MR: 0.0%
SF: 0.40
SCRN
PID01
OUT1L :
OUT1H :
OUT2L :
OUT2H :
PID01
OUT1L :
OUT1H :
OUT2L :
OUT2H :
③
0.0%
100.0%
0.0%
100.0%
⑤
GRP
④
0.0%
100.0%
0.0%
100.0%
5 To display the top screen
Press the GRP key in a respective parameter
setup screen other than the basic screen group
to switch to the top screen of a screen group.
(2)
CH1, CH2: Switching channels
This is about the operation sequence for 2-loop operation.
AT
:
MAN :
STBY :
OFF
OFF
ON
CH
1
Displayed under reversed mode and blinking
反転点滅表示
Press
key for moving the cursor ( : blinking) to CH and select channel with
,
keys. Press ENT for switching channels, and the contents for the selected channel
will be displayed on the screen.
After having made the above-mentioned operations under the 2-loop specification,
you will find the CH Number of the PV displayed on the basic screen (Group 0)
when you return to the basic screen by pressing the GRP key or the like.
And then the screen display will change to the one for the switched channel.
3
BASIC OPERATIONS
3-3
15
Changing and Registering Data
Basically, set up and change parameters while confirming the LCD screen display.
(1)
Entering numerical values
1. When there are two or more parameters, press the
cursor ( ) to the parameter to be changed.
2. Press the
blinks.
or
,
key to move the
keys. The smallest digit of the numerical value
3. Press the
key again. Move the blinking section in the numerical value to
the digit to be changed, and change the value using the
or
key.
4. Press the ENT key. The numerical value is fixed and registered, and stops
blinking.
„
Changing a numerical value setting (example)
The following shows the procedure for changing the value of PID parameter I to 100 s.
①
PID01-OUT1
P: 3.0%
I: 120s
D:
30s
MR: 0.0%
SF: 0.40
②
PID01-OUT1
P: 3.0%
I: 120s
D:
30s
MR: 0.0%
SF: 0.40
③
PID01-OUT1
P: 3.0%
I: 120s
D:
30s
MR: 0.0%
SF: 0.40
▼
④
PID01-OUT1
P: 3.0%
I: 100s
D:
30s
MR: 0.0%
SF: 0.40
ENT
⑤
PID01-OUT1
P: 3.0%
I: 100s
D:
30s
MR: 0.0%
SF: 0.40
1 To move between screens
Press the GRP key three times in the initial
screen to display the top screen of the PID
screen (group 3).
Next, press the SCRN key once.
2 To move the cursor from P to I
Press the
key once to move the blinking
cursor (
) to I.
3 To make the I numerical value blink and
move to the 10’s digit
key twice to move the blinking
Press the
cursor to the 10’s digit.
4 To change the numerical value of the 10’s
digit to 0
Press the
key to change the display from
"2" to "0".
5 To fix and register the setting
Press the ENT key to fix the new setting.
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(2)
3
BASIC OPERATIONS
Selecting setup items
The settings of parameters marked by a  key mark cannot be changed.
1. When there are two or more parameters, press the
cursor ( ) to the parameter to be changed.
key to move the
2. Change the parameter settings by the
or
key, check the setting,
and press the ENT key to fix and register settings. The character stops
blinking.
„ Selecting a parameter (example)
The following shows the procedure for changing control output to manual in the RUN
mode.
AT
① MAN :
COM 
OFF
OFF
LOCAL
C
H
1
AT :
② MAN
COM 
OFF
OFF
LOCAL
C
H
1
AT :
③ MAN
COM 
OFF
ON
LOCAL
▼
C
H
1
1 To move between screens
Press the GRP key once in the initial screen to
display the top screen of the execution screen
(group 1).
Next, press the SCRN key once.
2 To move the cursor from AT to MAN
Press the
key once to move the blinking
cursor ( ) to MAN.
3 To change the MAN setting from OFF to ON
Press the
key to change the display from
OFF to ON.
ENT
AT 
MAN
④
COM 
OFF
ON
LOCAL
C
H
1
4 To fix and register the setting
Press the ENT key to fix the new setting.
In this case, Auto Tuning can no longer be
executed, and the key mark is displayed.
4
CONTROL MODES & FUNCTION BLOCKS
4
17
CONTROL MODES & FUNCTION BLOCKS
4-1
Control Modes
The FP23 has two control modes.
They are the "Program mode" for performing program operation, and the "FIX mode" for
performing fixed value control.
The following illustrates how to move between the two modes.
1
FIX mode
Program mode
Reset (RST) state
Reset (RST) state
2
Factory Default
Indicates mode when the device
is powered ON for the first time.
2
Program control
execution (RUN)
Fixed value control
execution (RUN)
1. The control mode is switched by the FIX mode ON/OFF settings in the FIX
MODE screen (No.1 to 6). The Mode switches to the FIX (fixed value) mode
when ON is set, and to the Program mode when OFF is set.
2. Switch RST/RUN by the ENT + DISP keys.
4-2
Reset State
The FP23 does not execute control when it is in a Reset State in both the Program
mode and the FIX mode.
Note, however, that output at reset can be set in advance.
For details, see "8-4(2) Output at reset."
Also, when the operation modes shown in the next page are assigned to EVENT/DO,
EVENT/DO are not output in a reset state.
EVENT/DO operation modes that are not output in a reset state
Type
Action
Type
DEV Hi
Higher limit deviation
DEV In
Inside higher/lower limit deviation
DEV Low Lower limit deviation
PV Hi
PV higher limit absolute value
DEV Out
PV Low
PV lower limit absolute value
Outside higher/lower limit deviation
Action
18
4
4-3
CONTROL MODES & FUNCTION BLOCKS
Program Functions
Up to 20 steps x 20 patterns can be stored to memory on this device.
Steps can be freely assigned as long as the total number of steps to assign to each
pattern is within 400 steps.
For example, when you have completely used up the steps, set the number of steps
allocated to pattern 20 to 0 (20 to 0), and change the number of steps in pattern 1 to 40
(20 to 40) as shown in the following example.
In this case, pattern 20 cannot be used in the program.
2-1
CH
PTN
20
1
Num. of STEP:
Start STEP
:
CH
PTN
01
0
1
1
Num. of STEP:
Start STEP
:
40
1
The FP23 is also installed with various program setup functions such as the
pattern link function, pattern execution function, and step loop function.
The following briefly introduces these functions.
Pattern link function
Each of the patterns can be linked.
The pattern link can be set in any order.
Linking is not performed when the pattern link is set to 0.
1-3
PTN Link Reps:
Link Format
1st:
3
3rd:
2nd:
1
4th:
1
4
6
CH
1
1-4
5th:
6th:
7th:
8th:
0
0
0
0
9th:
10th:
11th:
12th:
0
0
0
0
CH
1
1-5
13th:
14th:
15th:
16th:
Pattern link execution function
Linked patterns can be executed repeatedly 1 to 9999 times.
1-3
PTN Link Reps:
Link Format
1st:
3
3rd:
2nd:
1
4th:
2
CH
1
4
6
Pattern link
Pattern 3
Pattern 1
Pattern 4
Pattern 6
0
0
0
0
17th:
18th:
19th:
20th:
0 CH
0 1
0
0
4
CONTROL MODES & FUNCTION BLOCKS
19
Pattern execution function
Any pattern can be executed repeatedly 1 to 9999 times
2-2
PTN
01
CH
1
0 . 0℃
2
Start SV:
PTN Reps:
Pattern 1
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Step loop function
Any step can be executed repeatedly 1 to 9999 times.
2-3
PTN
01
Loop Setup
Start:
End
:
Reps :
CH
2
5
2
1
Between steps 2 to 5
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Step 5
Step 6
20
4
4-4
CONTROL MODES & FUNCTION BLOCKS
CONTROL FUNCTION BLOCK DIAGRAMS
(1)
1-input, 1-output/2-output
1-input Specification Function Block Diagram
USB
PV input
DI input
Range selection
Linear input
Sensor input
(mV,
mA)
(mV,V,mA)
(TC, RTD)
PTN
assignments
Pattern selection
DI input
Heater break
CT input
DI
assignments
Heater break
alarm
Square root
extraction
operation
Decimal
point
selection
TenBroken
Segment
line
Linearization
approximation
External CJ
Infrared
communications
SHIMADEN
protocol
Heater loop
alarm
Program pattern selection
Unit
selection
Scaling
Infrared
communications
adapter
Alarm mode
(lock/real)
Program operation
FIX operation
SV limit
SV limit
Linearization
Program operation/FIX
operation switching
PV filter
FIX MOVE (tracking) operation
RUN/RST switching
Ramp
bias
PV
slope
PV bias
Execution PV
Execution PV
Processing of logic operations, front panel infrared communications
Characteristics
switching
Output at error
Rate-of-change
limiter
Output at reset
Output limiter
Auto/manual
switching
DI
assignments
EV, DO type selection
Control
Output 2
control
logic
PID, control logic
operations
I,V
Status, HB
logic
operations
Alarm
event
Hysteresis
Analog output
type selection
Analog output
type selection
Communication
conditions
selection
A_out1 scaling
A_out2 scaling
Protocol
selection:
SHIMADEN /
ModBus
DI
assignments
Status, HB
time signal
Standby action
Delay time
Logic operation
timers/counters
Y,P
Proportional
cycle
Control
Output 1
Output characteristics
(NO, NC)
Control
Output 2
EV, DO output
RS-232C/
RS-485
Analog
Output 1
Analog
Output 2
Serial
communication
4
CONTROL MODES & FUNCTION BLOCKS
(2)
21
2-input, 1-output/2-output
2-input Operation Specification Function Block Diagram
USB
PTN assignments
Range selection
Sensor input
Linear input
DI input
DI input
PV2 input
PV1 input
Pattern selection
DI assignments
Unit
selection
Square root
extraction
operation
Decimal
Point
selection
Ten
segment
linearization
External CJ
PV1 input and
Common setting
SHIMADEN
protocol
FIX operation
SV limit
SV limit
Program operation /
FIX operation switching
Linearization
PV2 filter
FIX MOVE (tracking) operation
PV2 slope
PV1 slope
Infrared
communications
Alarm mode
(lock/real)
Program operation
PV1 filter
Heater break
alarm
Heater loop
alarm
Program pattern selection
Scaling
Heater break
CT input
Infrared
Communications
adapter
RUN/RST switching
PV2 bias
PV1 bias
2 input operation
Execution PV
Execution SV
Processing of computations, front panel infrared communications
Characteristics
switching
Output at error
Rate-of-change
limiter
Output at reset
Output limiter
DI
assignments
EV, DO type
Alarm
event
Output 2
Auto/manual
switching
Hysteresis
Control
operation
PID, control
computations
I,V
Status, HB
computations
Analog output
type selection
Analog output
type selection
A_out1 scaling
A_out2 scaling
Communication
Conditions
selection
DI
assignments
Status, HB
time signal
Protocol
selection
SHIMADEN/
ModBus
Standby action
Delay time
Logic operation
timers/counters
Y,P
Output characteristics
(NO, NC)
Proportional
cycle
Control
Output 1
Control
Output 2
EV, DO output
RS-232C/
RS-485
Analog
Output1
Analog
Output2
Serial
communication
22
4
(3)
CONTROL MODES & FUNCTION BLOCKS
2-input, 2-output, Independent 2-channel
2-input, 2-outout 2-channel Operation Specification Function Block Diagram
USB
CH2
PV2 input
CH1
PV1 input
CH1 Range selection
Linear input
CH1 Pattern Selection
Sensor input
Unit
selection
Scaling
Square root
extraction
operation
Decimal
point
selection
Ten
segment
linearization
External CJ
CH2 (PV2) input
operation
DI input
Heater break
CT input
DI assignments
Heater break
alarm
DI input
PTN assignments
CH2 Pattern Selection
Heater loop
alarm
CH2 Program pattern selection
CH1 Program pattern selection
Infrared
communications
adapter
Infrared
communications
SHIMADEN
protocol
Alarm mode
(lock/real)
Same
configuration
with CH1 side
Linearization
CH1 FIX
CH1 Program operation
CH2 FIX
operation
CH2 Program operation
CH1 SV limit
CH1 SV limit
CH2 SV limit
CH2 SV limit
CH1 Program operation/
FIX operation switching
operation
CH2 Program operation/
FIX operation switching
CH1 PV filter
CH2 FIX MOVE (tracking) operation
CH1 FIX MOVE (tracking) operation
CH1 PV slope
CH2 RUN/RST switching
CH1 RUN/RST switching
CH1 PV bias
CH1 Execution PV
CH2 Execution PV
CH1 Execution SV
CH2 Execution SV
CH1/CH1 Isolated 2-loop processing, Processing of computations, Front panel infrared communications
CH2 side
CH1 side
Characteristics
switching
Output at error
Rate-of-change
limiter
Output at reset
EV, DO type
CH2 side
Control operation
Output limiter
DI
assignments
Status, HB
computations
Hysteresis
Analog output
type selection
A_out1 scaling
A_out2 scaling
selection
Di
assignments
Status, HB
time signal
Communication
conditions
Protocol
Selection:
SHIMADEN /
ModBus
Standby action
Auto/manual switching
PID, control computations
I,V
Alarm
event
Analog output
type selection
Same
configuration
with CH1 side
Delay time
Logic operation
timers/counters
Y,P
Proportional
cycle
CH1 Control
Output 1
Output characteristics
(NO, NC)
CH2 Control
Output
EV, DO output
RS-232C/RS-485
Analog
Output 1
Analog
Output 2
Serial
Communication
5
SETUP
5
23
SETUP
5-1
Parameter Setup Procedure
Follow the procedure below to set up this device or change device settings when you use
this device for the first time, change the operation parameters during use, or the control
target device has been changed, for example.
Caution
With some operations, when you initialize this device, all parameter
settings return to their factory defaults.
Before you initialize this device, note down and retain settings as required.
It is assumed that experienced personnel familiar with basic operation of this device will
set up this device.
Users other than device manufacturers should thoroughly familiarize themselves with the
functions to be used before they start to operate or set up this device.
Basic operations and setup of this device are described in detail from Chapter 6 onwards
by following programming procedures.
Some screens and parameters are not displayed when option functions are not added
on or when option functions are not selected.
For an overview of operation screens and how to move between screens, see "LCD
Flow Chart" in the preface. For an overview of setup parameters, see "18. List of
Parameters."
Set up parameters in the order shown below.
1. Confirm the Output Specification and Release the Key Lock.
Perform this as necessary.
For details, see "Chapter 6."
2. I/O Settings
For details, see "Chapter 7."
3. I/O Auxiliary Settings
For details, see "Chapter 8."
4. Program Settings
Make "program initial settings," "step-related settings," "pattern-related
settings," "pattern link-related settings," and "settings before program
operation."
For details, see "Chapter 9."
5. FIX Settings
For details, see "Chapter 10."
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5
SETUP
6. PID Setting
For details, see "Chapter 11."
7. EVENT & DO Settings
For details, see "Chapter 12."
8. Option Settings (DI, AO, HB, COM,)
For details, see "Chapter 13."
9. Key Lock Setting
When setup of parameters are completed, set the key lock as necessary to
prevent inadvertent operation.
For details, see "Chapter 14."
10. Monitoring, Executing & Stopping Operation
For details, see "Chapter 15."
11. Operations During Control
For details, see "Chapter 16."
6
OUTPUT SPECIFICATION & KEY LOCK
6
25
OUTPUT SPECIFICATION & KEY LOCK
Perform the following as necessary.
This controller is delivered with the operation mode(s) (specification(s)) which you
specified. However, you may modify the operation mode by making some operations on
the screen(s) even after purchase and delivery.
6-1
Selection of operation mode under 2-input specification
Caution
On the 2-input specification model, all parameters will be initialized by
the change of operation mode explained in this section. For this reason,
configuration of parameters is required after the operation mode is
changed.
Here, functions and setup of this device with 2-input operation mode are described. This
operation mode is related to the fundamental part of the basic control. Thus, you are
requested and advised to make sure you thoroughly understand the contents of this
description. Please be aware also that the operation sequence is intentionally made
complicated to avoid unnecessary settings and/or changes being made.
(1)
Operation mode under 2-input, 2-output specification
There are 3 types of 2-input operation modes as follow:
2-input operation (1-loop): DS, DD (Model code)
Make control action with an SV by processing of computation on 2 inputs.
The input operation may be chosen from among 4 methods, i.e. PV Max. value
(MAX), PV Min. value (MIN), PV average value (AVE) and PV deviation value
(DIV). The result is indicated as PV display.
(1) In 1-output specification, only OUT1 is operable and OUT2 is disabled.
(2) In 2-output specification, this is operated as a controller of 1-loop and
2-output.
Outputs may be combined as follows: Reverse + Reverse, Direct + Direct,
Reverse + Direct. Therefore the controller may be used for 2-stage
heating/2-stage cooling, heating/cooling, etc.
2-input, 2-output (2-loop): DL (Model code)
This mode is for using the channels (CH1: Input1 - OUT1, CH2: Input 2 –
OUT2) as independents. This device works as 2 controllers.
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6
OUTPUT SPECIFICATION & KEY LOCK
1-Input
This device works as an ordinary 1-input (1-loop) controller and Input 2 will be
disabled.
(1) In 1-output specification, only OUT1 is operable, and OUT2 is disabled.
(2) In 2-output specification, this is operated as a controller of 1-loop and
2-output.
Outputs may be combined as follows: Reverse + Reverse, Direct + Direct,
Reverse + Direct. Therefore the controller may be used for 2-stage
heating/2-stage cooling, heating/cooling, etc.
(2)
Setting of Operation Mode under 2-Input Specification
1.
Release the key lock if the key is locked.
For operation for releasing the key lock, see "6-2 Releasing the Key Lock."
Put the control action of the controller on reset (RST).
For using this device under 2-loop specification, put both CH1 and CH2 on
reset.
For details on control reset operation, see "4-1 Control Modes".
2.
3. Access to the operation mode setup screen.
Call up the top screen of Lock, etc. Screen Group (group 8) from the basic screen by
pressing the GRP key several times.
4.
key for at least 3 seconds by holding the ENT key.
Now, press the
8-0
LOCK, etc.
On the LCD screen, a warning will be indicated, and
setup parameters in the following table will be
displayed on the PV/SV display.
CH
1
Key Lock, SV Limit,
Time Unit, ADV_Mode
ENT + ▲
WARNING
ALL Params.
Initialize
PV Display
SV Display


Operation
Mode
2-Input
(1-loop)
Operates as a 2-input operation controller. This may
be used by switching between 1-output and 2-output.


2-Input
(2-loop)
Operates as 2 independent controllers.
Covers CH1: INPUT1, OUT1 and CH2: INPUT2, OUT2.


1-Input
(1-loop)
Controller with 1 channel, being able to be used by
switching between 1-output and 2-output.
Description
5. Select operation mode by pressing either the
or
key and confirm the
ENT
registration by pressing the
key. This device will restart and resume.
If you do not want to change the operation mode, go back to the top screen of Lock,
etc. Screen Group (group 8) by pressing the
key.
6
OUTPUT SPECIFICATION & KEY LOCK
6-2
27
Releasing the Key Lock
(1)
Key lock screen display
To call up the LOCK, etc. screen group (group 8) from the basic screen, press the GRP
key.
Press the SCRN key in the LOCK, etc. screen group to switch to the screens for making
and changing setups.
key.
Select parameters in screens by pressing the
Set parameters by pressing the
,
or
key, and press the ENT key to
fix and register settings.
0-0
Basic Screen
PTN
1
STEP
OUT1 0
0.0%
8-0
GRP
1
50
100
Lock, etc Screen
LOCK,
DISP
etc
Key Lock, SV Limit,
Time Unit, ADV Mode
SCRN
Dotted line indicates that
the same key must be
pressed more than once
(2)
ENT
+
SCRN
8-1
KLOCK:
OUTPUT:
IR COM:
[ 2in
OFF
Dual
ON
2out 1loop ]
GRP
Releasing the key lock
When the key lock is applied, the  (key mark) is displayed at the relevant parameter
on the LCD screen indicating that the parameter cannot be set or its settings changed.
The following shows the procedure for releasing the key lock.
8-1
KLOCK
OUTPUT:
IR COM:
[ 2in
OFF
LOCK1
LOCK2
LOCK3
OFF
Dual
ON
2out 1loop ]
Setting range
Initial value
OFF, LOCK1, LOCK2, LOCK3
OFF
Release the key lock
Locks parameters other than SV related, AT, MAN, or EVENT/DO action
points
Locks parameters other than SV related
Locks all parameters (excluding the key lock parameter itself)
For details on parameters that are locked, see "18 List of Parameters."
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I/O SETTINGS, INFRARED COMMUNICATION
7
29
I/O SETTINGS, INFRARED COMMUNICATION
7-1
Output Specifications (2-output specification)
When 1-input: 1-output/2-output or 2-input operation: 1-output/2-output is selected,
output specification (OUTPUT: Single (1-output)/Dual (2- output)) will be displayed.
It will not be displayed in independent 2-channel specification and cascade
specification (2-loop control).
For example, when the 2-output specification is changed into a 1-output
specification (OUT1), the parameter value of “Dual” is changed into “Single”.
Control output becomes the output of OUT1 only.
Select the output mode after setting control action to the Reset State.
For details on operation to stop control, see "4-1 Control Modes."
8-1
KLOCK :
OUTPUT:
IR COM:
[ 2in
OFF
Dual
ON
2out 1loop ]
Setting range
Initial value
ON, OFF
ON
Single 1-output control action
Only OUT1 is used for control output.
Dual 2-output control action
OUT1 and OUT2 are used for control output.
Displaying the current operation mode
The current operation mode is displayed at the bottom line of the key lock and number of
outputs setup screen (No. 8-1).
1in 1out 1loop
1in 2out 1loop
2in 1out 1loop
2in 2out 1loop
2in 2out 2loop
: 1-output controller
: 2-output controller
: 2-input operation/1-output controller
: 2-input operation/2-output controller
: Independent 2-channel controller
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7-2
I/O SETTINGS, INFRARED COMMUNICATION
Infrared Communication
Allow the infrared communication using S5004 (Infrared Communication Adapter, selling
separately). IR COM should be ON before the instrument parameters are set via infrared
communication.
Parameter Assistant Software is also used for this communication. For details, see
“Parameter Assistant Instruction Manual” which can be accessed from its Help menu.
8-1
KLOCK :
OUTPUT:
IR COM:
[ 2in
ON
OFF
7-3
OFF
Dual
ON
2out 1loop ]
Setting range
Initial value
ON, OFF
ON
Infrared communication by S5004 is available.
Infrared communication by S5004 is not available.
Measuring Range
Before performing setup, set control action to Reset State.
For details on operation to stop control, see "4-1 Control Modes."
(1)
Range setting
Set the code No. to RANGE referring to the Measuring Range Code Table below.
In 2-input (1-output/2-output) operation, a single measuring range is assigned for the two
inputs.
77-2
-5
CH
RANGE:06(K3)
S c _ L
0 . 0℃
1
S c _ H
8 0 0 . 0℃
U N I T :℃
D P X X X X . X
Setting range
Initial value
01 to 19, 31 to 58, 71 to 77, 81 to
87
06 (K3)
When the range is changed in the above screen, the following confirmation message will
be displayed.
key to select YES, and press the ENT key to apply the setting.
Press the
WARNING
CH1
Params.Initialize
proceed? NO
WARNING
CH1
Params.Initialize
proceed? YES
Caution
When the range is changed, the above warning message will be
displayed, and parameters will be initialized.
For details on parameters that are initialized, see "18 List of
Parameters"
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I/O SETTINGS, INFRARED COMMUNICATION
(2)
31
Range scaling
This item is set during voltage input and current input, and cannot be set during RTD and
TC input. Set the measurement range (scaling). Sc_L is scaling of the lower limit side of
PV and Sc_H is scaling of the higher limit side of PV.
7-2
RANGE : 86(0~ 10V) CH
1
Sc_L:
0.0 %
Sc_H:
100.0 %
UNIT :%
DP: XXXX .X
Settable range
Measuring range
Initial value
-19999 to 30000 Unit
Minimum span: 10 Unit
Maximum span: 30000 Unit
Any setting within the above
ranges is possible.
(Note that Sc_L<Sc_H)
Sc_L: 0 Unit,
Sc_H:1000 Unit
The maximum span is (Sc_H - Sc_L) ≤ 30000.
When an Sc_L is set that causes the span to exceed 30000, a value that does not
exceed span is automatically set to Sc_H.
When scaling is changed in the above screen, the following confirmation message will be
displayed.
key to select YES, and press the ENT key to apply the setting. The
Press the
range will be changed.
WARNING
CH1
Params.Initialize
proceed? NO
WARNING
CH1
Params.Initialize
proceed? YES
Caution
When the range is scaled, the above warning message will be
displayed, and parameters will be initialized.
For details on parameters that are initialized, see "18 List of
Parameters."
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I/O SETTINGS, INFRARED COMMUNICATION
Measuring Range Code Table
Input Type Sensor Type Code
Measuring range
Measuring range
01
B
0.0 to 1800.0 °C
0 to 3300 °F
R
02
R
0.0 to 1700.0 °C
0 to 3100 °F
S
03
S
0.0 to 1700.0 °C
0 to 3100 °F
K
04
K1
-100.0 to 400.0 °C
-150.0 to 750.0 °F
K
05
K2
0.0 to 400.0 °C
0.0 to 750.0 °F
K
06
K3
0.0 to 800.0 °C
0.0 to 1500.0 °F
K
07
K4
0.0 to 1370.0 °C
0.0 to 2500.0 °F
08
K5
-200.0 to 200.0 °C
-300.0 to 400.0 °F
09
E
0.0 to 700.0 °C
0.0 to 1300.0 °F
10
J
0.0 to 600.0 °C
0.0 to 1100.0 °F
11
T
-200.0 to 200.0 °C
-300.0 to 400.0 °F
N
12
N
0.0 to 1300.0 °C
PL II
13
PLII
0.0 to 1300.0 °C
0.0 to 2300.0 °F
0.0 to 2300.0 °F
14
PR40-20
0.0 to 1800.0 °C
0 to 3300 °F
WRe5-26
15
WRe5-26
0.0 to 2300.0 °C
0 to 4200 °F
U
16
U
-200.0 to 200.0 °C
-300.0 to 400.0 °F
L
17
L
0.0 to 600.0 °C
0.0 to 1100.0 °F
18
19
31
K
AuFe-Cr
Pt 1
10.0 to 350.0 K
0.0 to 350.0 K
-200.0 to 600.0 °C
10.0 to 350.0 K
0.0 to 350.0 K
-300.0 to 1100.0 °F
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Pt 2
-100.00 to 100.00 °C
-150.0 to 200.0 °F
33
Pt 3
-100.0 to 300.0 °C
-150.0 to 600.0 °F
34
Pt 4
-60.00 to 40.00 °C
-80.00 to 100.00 °F
35
Pt 5
-50.00 to 50.00 °C
-60.00 to 120.00 °F
36
Pt 6
-40.00 to 60.00 °C
-40.00 to 140.00 °F
37
Pt 7
-20.00 to 80.00 °C
0.00 to 180.00 °F
0.000 to 30.000 °C
0.00 to 80.00 °F
B
K
*1
*2
E
Thermo
-couple J
T
PR40-20
Universal Input
K
AuFe-Cr
RTD
Symbol
*2
*3
*4
*5
Pt100
(new)JIS/IEC
38
Pt 8
*6
39
Pt 9
0.00 to 50.00 °C
0.00 to 120.00 °F
40
Pt10
0.00 to 100.00 °C
0.00 to 200.00 °F
41
Pt11
0.00 to 200.00 °C
0.0 to 400.0 °F
42
Pt12 *7
0.00 to 300.00 °C
0.0 to 600.0 °F
43
Pt13
0.0 to 300.0 °C
0.0 to 600.0 °F
44
Pt14
0.0 to 500.0 °C
0.0 to 1000.0 °F
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I/O SETTINGS, INFRARED COMMUNICATION
Input Type Sensor Type Code
RTD
Universal Input
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
*7
Symbol
Measuring range
Measuring range
45
JPt 1
-200.0 to 500.0 °C
-300.0 to 900.0 °F
46
JPt 2
-100.00 to 100.00 °C
-150.0 to 200.0 °F
47
JPt 3
-100.0 to 300.0 °C
-150.0 to 600.0 °F
48
JPt 4
-60.00 to 40.00 °C
-80.00 to 100.00 °F
49
JPt 5
-50.00 to 50.00 °C
-60.00 to 120.00 °F
50
JPt 6
-40.00 to 60.00 °C
-40.00 to 140.00 °F
51
JPt 7
-20.00 to 80.00 °C
0.00 to 180.00 °F
0.000 to 30.000 °C
0.00 to 80.00 °F
52
JPt 8
*6
53
JPt 9
0.00 to 50.00 °C
0.00 to 120.00 °F
54
JPt10
0.00 to 100.00 °C
0.00 to 200.00 °F
55
JPt11
0.00 to 200.00 °C
0.0 to 400.0 °F
0.00 to 300.00 °C
0.0 to 600.0 °F
56
JPt12
*7
57
JPt13
0.0 to 300.0 °C
0.0 to 600.0 °F
58
JPt14
-10 to 10 mV
0 to 10 mV
0 to 20 mV
0 to 50 mV
10 to 50 mV
0 to 100 mV
-100 to 100
mV
-1 to 1 V
0 to 1 V
0 to 2 V
0 to 5 V
1 to 5 V
0 to 10 V
-10 to 10 V
0.0 to 500.0 °C
0.0 to 900.0 °F
-10 to 10 mV
0 to 10 mV
0 to 20 mV
Voltage 0 to 50 mV
(mV) 10 to 50 mV
0 to 100 mV
71
72
73
74
75
76
-100 to 100 mV
77
-1 to 1 V
0 to 1 V
0 to 2 V
0 to 5 V
1 to 5 V
0 to 10 V
-10 to 10 V
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
Voltage
(V)
*1
Pt100
(old) JIS/IEC
33
Initial value
Measuring range
: 0.0 to 100.0
: Any value in the following
ranges can be set by the
scaling function.
Scaling range
: -19999 to 30000 counts
Span
: 10 to 30000 counts
Scale over occurs when the input measured value
exceeds 32000.
When used with 0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA current
input, select either of measuring range codes 84 and
85, and attach a shunt resistor of 1/2W, 250Ω±0.1%
to the input terminals.
: The accuracy of thermocouple B is not guaranteed at temperatures 400°C and 750°F or
below.
: Accuracy at temperatures -100°C (-148°F) or below ±(0.5%FS+1 digit).
: Accuracy is ±(0.3%FS+1°C).
: The accuracy of thermocouple K is ±(0.75%FS+1K)/10.0 to 30.0K,
±(0.30%FS+1K)/30.0 to 70.0K, ±(0.25%FS+1K)/70.0 to 350.0K.
: The accuracy of thermocouple AuFe-Cr is ±(0.25%FS+1K).
: The higher limit side scale over occurs when the input measured value exceeds 32.000.
: The higher limit side scale over occurs when the input measured value exceeds 320.00.
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7-4
I/O SETTINGS, INFRARED COMMUNICATION
Unit
Set the measurement unit.
7-2
RANGE: 86(0~ 10V) CH
1
Sc_L:
0.0%
Sc_H:
100.0%
UNIT: % DP: XXXX.X
RTD, TC
Setting range
Initial value
Voltage, Current
Setting range
Initial value
°C, °F
°C
°C, °F, %, None
%
Only temperature (°C or °F) can be selected for RTD or TC input.
When the unit is changed in the above screen, the following confirmation message will
be displayed at TC and RTD input. At voltage or current input, this warning message will
not be displayed.
Press the
key to select YES, and press the ENT key to apply the setting. The unit
will be changed.
WARNING
CH1
Params.Initialize
proceed? NO
WARNING
CH1
Params.Initialize
proceed? YES
Caution
When the unit is changed, the above warning message will be
displayed, and parameters will be initialized.
For details on parameters that are initialized, see "18 List of
Parameters."
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I/O SETTINGS, INFRARED COMMUNICATION
7-5
(1)
35
Decimal Point Position
Decimal point position
This item can be set during voltage input, and cannot be set during RTD and TC input.
Set the decimal point position for PV display.
77-2
-5
CH
R A N G E: 7 1 ( - 1 0 ~ 1 0 m V )
S c _ L:
0.0%
1
Sc_H:
100.0%
UNIT: %
DP: XXXX.X
(2)
Setting range
Initial value
xxxx.x to x.xxxx
xxxx.x
Switching the lowest digit past the decimal point
The lowest digit past the decimal point of measuring ranges determined by the range
setting can be set.
Note, however, that this function cannot be used for measurement ranges without digits
past the decimal point.
This screen is not displayed in the case of voltage input and current input.
77-3
-6
Figure:Normal
CJ
:Internal
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
Normal, Short
Normal
When “Figure” is changed in the above screen, the following confirmation message will
be displayed.
Press the
key to select YES, and press the ENT key to apply the setting.
“Figure” will be changed.
WARNING
CH1
Params.Initialize
proceed? NO
WARNING
CH1
Params.Initialize
proceed? YES
Caution
When the lowest digit is changed, the above warning message will be
displayed, and parameters will be initialized.
For details on parameters that are initialized, see "18 List of
Parameters."
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7-6
(1)
I/O SETTINGS, INFRARED COMMUNICATION
Cold Junction Compensation
Thermocouple cold junction compensation
Set whether to perform cold junction compensation during TC input internally
or externally.
Normally, set to internal compensation. Set to external compensation when greater
accuracy is required.
77-3
-6
Figure:Normal
CJ
:Internal
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
Internal, External
Internal
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I/O AUXILIARY SETTINGS
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37
I/O AUXILIARY SETTINGS
8-1
Setup of 2-Input Operation
This is setup under 2-Input Operation Specification (1-loop).
This is a function for making operations for obtaining deviation, maximum, minimum,
average, etc., between 2 inputs and then places the results in PV value.
Input 1
Input 2
(1)
Bias
Filter
Slope
Bias
Filter
Slope
Operation
Deviation
Max.
Min.
Average
PV1
PV
In the setting only for 2-input operation
specification, set operation and process for
scaleover.
This may also process bias, filter and slope
for each of 2 inputs before processing
computing operation.
Selection of PV Mode
This is the 2-input operation setting screen.
Select the operation method for obtaining PV value to be used in control action.
This operation is to be conducted after putting the control action on reset state.
7-1
2-IN(Func)
PV_MODE: DEV
DEV Sc_L -800.0℃
DEV Sc_H 800.0℃
MAX
MIN
AVE
DEV
PV
(2)
Max. value
Min. value
Average value
Deviation value
Setting range
Initial value
MAX, MIN, AVE, DEV, PV
DEV
Use larger input value as PV value.
Use smaller input value as PV value.
Use average value of input values as PV value.
Use (Input 1 - Input 2) as PV value.
Use PV1 (after making computation of Bias, Filter and
Slope of Input 1) as PV value.
Process when scaleover occurs
Set process to be taken when any PV scaleover occurs in 2-input operation.
This parameter may not be set when PV_MODE is set to DEV or PV.
7-1
2-IN(Func)
PV_MODE: AVE
SO_MODE: 0
0
1
Setting range
Initial value
0, 1
0
Proceed with control action with a PV value falling within the scale range if an
input falls to scaleover, but the other input is within the scale. This is applicable
only if MAX, MIN or AVE is selected.
If any inputs fall to scaleover, follow the scaleover process set in this setting
procedure.
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(3)
I/O AUXILIARY SETTINGS
Bias, filter and slope
Set bias, filter and slope for each of inputs 1 and 2.
7-3
INPUT1
PV Bias:
0.0
PV Filter:
OFF
PV Slope: 1.000
7-4
INPUT2
PV Bias:
0.0
PV Filter:
OFF
PV Slope: 1.000
For details, see “8-2 PV compensation value”.
8-2
(1)
PV Compensation Value
PV bias
This item is used to compensate for error in the indicated temperature, for example, in
the sensor/connected peripherals.
77-1
-2
PV
PV
PV
(2)
Bias:
0.0
Filter:
OFF
Slope: 1.000
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
-10000 to 10000 Unit
0 Unit
PV filter
When the PV signal contains noise, the control result sometimes is adversely affected by
fluctuation of PV signals.
The PV filter is used to decrease this influence and stabilize control.
77-1
-2
PV
PV
PV
Bias:
0.0
Filter:
OFF
Slope: 1.000
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
OFF, 1 to 100 s
OFF
PV filtering is performed by First Order Lag computation.
The filter time constant can be set up to 100 seconds.
When a large time constant is set, noise removal performance increases. However, in
control systems having a fast response, noise removal is adversely affected.
(3)
PV slope
This item sets the PV slope during voltage input and current input.
The screen is not displayed during RTD and TC input.
77-1
-2
PV
PV
PV
Bias:
0.0
Filter:
OFF
Slope: 1.000
Execution PV = A x X + B
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
0.500 to 1.500
1.000
where, A=PV input, X=PV slope, B=Bias
When this item is used in combination with square root extraction operation and linearizer
approximation, this slope is applied to the result of square root extraction operation and
linearizer approximation.
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I/O AUXILIARY SETTINGS
8-3
39
Square Root Extraction Operation
Signals having square root characteristics such as in the measurement of flow rates can
be linearized.
This item is set during voltage input and current input.
This item is not displayed in the case of RTD or TC input.
(1)
Enabling the square root extraction operation
The square root extraction operation function is valid when SQ.Root is set to ON.
77-3
-7
SQ.Root: OFF
CH
1
ON, OFF
OFF
Low cut
This item functions only when the square root extraction operation function is enabled.
Low cut processing is performed on the input before square root extraction operation is
performed.
77-3
-7
SQ.Root: ON
Low Cut: 1.0%
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
0.0 to 5.0%
1.0%
In square root operation, the PV fluctuates greatly by a slight fluctuation of the input value
in the vicinity of signal zero.
"Low cut" is a function for outputting "0" (zero) to PV at the preset input value or lower.
Setting low cut prevents action from becoming unstable when there is noise on the input
signal line.
The set value of low cut is 0.0 to 5.0% of the PV input range.
100 %
PV resulting from
square root extraction
(2)
Setting range
Initial value
0%
0%
Input
Low cut
0.0 to 5.0%
100 %
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8-4
(1)
I/O AUXILIARY SETTINGS
Control Output
Action characteristics
Select either reverse action (heating specifications) or direct action (cooling
specifications) as the output characteristics.
6-1
OUT1
ACT:
RST:
ERR:
CYC:
Reverse
(2)
Setting range
Initial value
Reverse, Direct
Reverse
By this action, the smaller the measured value (PV) than the set value (SV),
the higher the output.
This action is generally used for heating control.
By this action, the larger the measured value (PV) than the set value (SV),
the higher the output.
This action is generally used for cooling control.
Direct
Note
Reverse
0.0%
0.0%
30s
Output characteristics cannot be switched during execution of auto tuning (AT).
Output at reset
Use this item to maintain control output at a fixed value in a reset state.
6-1
OUT1
Note
(3)
ACT:
RST:
ERR:
CYC:
Reverse
0.0%
0.0%
30s
Setting range
Initial value
0.0 to 100.0%
0.0%
In ON-OFF control (P=OFF), when output at reset is set to 50% or more, the actual
output at reset becomes 100%.
When output at reset is set to 49.9% or less, the actual output at error becomes 0%.
Output at reset is maintained without being affected by whether or not an error has
occurred.
Output at error
Set the value to be output when an error occurs.
6-1
OUT1
Note
ACT:
RST:
ERR:
CYC:
Reverse
0.0%
0.0%
30s
Setting range
Initial value
0.0 to 100.0%
0.0%
In ON-OFF control (P=OFF), when output at error is set to 50% or more, the
actual output at reset becomes 100%.
When output at reset is set to 49.9% or less, the actual output at error becomes
0%.
Output at reset is given priority when an error has occurred at Reset State.
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I/O AUXILIARY SETTINGS
(4)
41
Proportional cycle time
Set the proportional cycle time.
This setting item is for the contact and SSR drive voltage output specification.
The screen is not displayed in the case of the current and voltage output specification.
6-1
OUT1
Note
(5)
ACT:
RST:
ERR:
CYC:
Setting range
Initial value
Reverse
0.0%
0.0%
30s
1 to 120s
30s: Contact output (Y)
3s: SSR drive output (P)
If a short time is set as the proportional cycle time in contact output, the contact
life of the output relay may be adversely affected.
Pay particular attention to this point when setting the proportional cycle time.
If a long time is set as the proportional cycle time in a control system with a short
delay time, the control result will be adversely affected.
The proportional cycle time cannot be set during execution of auto tuning (AT) or
ramp control action.
Setting output 2
This setting item is available only when the 2-output specification is selected, and is not
displayed for a 1-output specification.
The setup method and cautions for parameters are the same as those for Output 1.
6-1
OUT2
8-5
(1)
ACT: Reverse
RST:
0.0%
ERR:
0.0%
CYC:
30s
ACT
Setting range
:Reverse, Direct
RST
ERR
CYC
:0.0 to 100.0%
:0.0 to 100.0%
:1 to 120s
Initial value
Direct (in 1-loop)
Reverse (in 2-loop)
0.0%
0.0%
Contact output (Y) 30s
SSR drive output (P) 3s
Setting the Ten-Segment Linearizer Approximation
Enabling ten-segment linearizer approximation
This function performs linearization based upon ten-segment approximation when the
PV input is a non-linear signal.
This item is set during voltage input and current input.
The screen is not displayed during RTD and TC input.
77-4
-8
PMD:
OFF
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
ON, OFF
OFF
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Setting input points
Set the input points in the case of ten-segment linearizer approximation input. Set PV
display value (B) to PV input value (A).
When the value of B is smaller than the value of the previous A, values of B from then
onwards are invalid.
77-4
-8
PMD:
A
B
1:
1:
CH
ON
1
0.00%
0.00%
~
(2)
8
77-9
-13
A10:
B10:
A11:
B11:
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
CH
1
Up to 11 points can be set. 11 points (B1 to B11) can
be set for PV display (%) on PV 11 inputs (A1 to A11).
For each input point, B1 is set to A1, B2 for A2 and so
forth until B11 is set to A11, and linear interpolation is
executed between input points.
This item is set during voltage input and current input.
The screen is not displayed during RTD and TC input.
Setting range
Initial value
An, Bn: -5.00 to 105.00%
An, Bn: 0.00%
Ten-segment linearizer setting (example)
In the following figure, A1, B1 to A6, B6 are used to set input points with four intermediate
points.
For before A1 and from A6 onwards, the ramps of (AI, B1) to (A2, B2) and the ramps of
(A5, B5) to (A6, B6) are applied.
A1= 0.00%
B1= 0.00%
A2= 20.00%
B2= 10.00%
A3= 40.00%
B3= 25.00%
A4= 70.00%
B4= 80.00%
A5= 90.00%
B5= 95.50%
A6=100.00%
B6=100.00%
Caution
Set so that the relationship An < A(n+1) is satisfied.
When the relationship becomes An ≥ A(n+1), A(n+1) onwards becomes
invalid.
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I/O AUXILIARY SETTINGS
8-6
(1)
43
Limiters
Output rate-of-change limiter
Set this setting item when a control target that is adverse to sudden changes in output is
used.
The rate-of-change limiter can be set to each of Output 1 (OUT1) and Output 2 (OUT2 is
displayed only in the 2-output specification device).
6-2
Rate Limiter
O U T 1 : OFF
O U T 2 : OFF
(2)
Setting range
OUT1, OUT2:
Initial value
OUT1, OUT2:
OFF, 0.1 to 100.0 %/s
OFF
SV limiter
The SV limit is used to prevent a wrongful setting. Set the lower limit value and higher
limit value of the SV value setting range.
8-2
SV Limit_L:
SV Limit_H:
0 . 0 ℃ CH
8 0 0 . 0℃ 1
Setting range
Within measuring range
(SV Limit L<SV Limit H)
Initial value
SV Limit_L Lower limit value of measuring
range
SV Limit_H Higher limit value of measuring
range
If the preset SV value (FIX SV, Start SV, STEP SV) exceeds the SV limit, the SV value
will be displayed inverted in white as shown below, and the SV value will be replaced
internally with the limiter value, and the limit-cut SV value will be displayed on the SV
display.
Ex) When FIX SV value is set to 400.0°C with RANGE 04(K1) –100.0 to 400.0°C,
and then SV Limit_H is set to 350.0°C

1-6
FIX
FIX
FIX
FIX
MODE: O FF
SV
:
4 0 0 . 0℃
PID :
0
MOVE: E XE
The white-inverted section indicates limiter over.
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8-7
I/O AUXILIARY SETTINGS
Compensating Control Output/Analog Output
Error that occurs in control output (at linear output) or analog output can be
compensated.
1. Release the key lock if it is applied.
For details on how to release the key lock, see "6-2 Releasing the Key Lock."
2. Set controller control action to the stop mode (reset).
In 2-loop specification, both of the CH1 and CH2 should be set to reset state.
For details on control stop operation, see "4-1 Control Modes."
3. Set the count value.
Call up the LOCK, etc. top screen (group 8) from the basic screen by the GRP
key.
Move to the setup screen by holding down the ENT key and pressing the GRP
key for at least 3 seconds, and select the output to compensate by pressing the
SCRN and
keys. Set the count value currently displayed on the SV display
with the
or
key, and press the ENT key to fix and register settings.
8-0
CH
LOCK, etc
1
Key Lock , SV Limit,
Time Unit, ADV_Mode

SCRN
SCRN
LCD Display will be blank.
PV Display
Description
Displayed when Control
Output 2 is current or
voltage.



SCRN



SCRN
Displayed when Control
Output 1 is current or
voltage.


ENT + GRP


Displayed with Analog
Output 1 or 2 (optional)
respectively.

PV Display
Description
 Control Output 1 lower limit value
 Control Output 1 higher limit value
 Control Output 2 lower limit value
 Control Output 2 higher limit value
 Analog Output 1 lower limit value
 Analog Output 1 higher limit value
 Analog Output 2 lower limit value
 Analog Output 2 higher limit value
When "0" is set, settings return to factory defaults.
4. When you have finished setting the above, press the DISP key to return to the
LOCK, etc. screen.
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PROGRAM SETTINGS
9
PROGRAM SETTINGS
9-1
(1)
45
Program Initial Settings
Time unit
Set the unit of time that is currently used in various items such as step time or time signal.
Set control action to Reset State before performing this operation.
8-3
Time Unit:
PRG.Wait :
SO Mode
:
POWER ON :
H/M
M/S
(2)
H/M
00h00m
HLD
RESE T
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
H/M, M/S
H/M
hours/minutes
minutes/seconds
Program start delay time
The delay time until start of program control execution can be set.
The time unit is fixed to H/M.
The RUN lamp blinks for that duration that the delay time is active after program control
execution is started.
Program control is started, and the RUN lamp lights after the preset delay time has
elapsed.
8-3
Time Unit:
PRG.Wait :
SO Mode
:
POWER ON :
(3)
H/M
00h00m
HLD
RESE T
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
00h00m to 99h59m
00h00m
Input error mode
Set processing when a sensor breaks or a scale over or other error occurs during
program control.
8-3
Time Unit:
PRG.Wait :
SO Mode
:
POWER ON :
HLD
RUN
RESET
H/M
00h00m
HLD
RESE T
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
HLD, RUN, RESET
HLD
Sets a hold state until the device is restored from scale over or a reset is
performed. Note, however, that this differs from a regular hold state in that the
setting value of the output at error continues to be output. For details, see "8-4
(3) Output at error."
Program action continues until the end of the program or a reset is input. Note,
however, that this differs from a regular RUN state in that the setting value of
the output at error continues to be output.
For details, see "8-4 (3) Output at error."
Releases and resets program operation.
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PROGRAM SETTINGS
Power failure compensation
Set in which state of the device is to be restored when the power is turned ON again after a
power failure during program execution.
8-3
Time Unit:
PRG.Wait :
SO Mode
:
POWER ON :
RESET
CONTINUE
(5)
H/M
00h00m
HLD
RESE T
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
RESET, CONTINUE
RESET
During Program control, the state that was active before the power
fail is not held, and the device is reset when the power is turned
ON again.
During Program control, the state that was active before the power
interrupt is held. (During FIX control, the state that was active before
the power interrupt is held at all times.)
Excluding the following:
1. AT execution
2. Change in state of DI input
3. PID No. when the hysteresis of zone PID is taken into consideration
Advance mode
Set the details of advance operation.
For details on advance operation, refer to "16-5 Executing Advance (ADV)
8-4
ADV
ADV
Step
Time
(6)
Mode:
Time:
Step
00h00m
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
Step, Time
Step
Advances the program by steps.
Advances the program by time.
When there is a part that exceeds the step width time in the time set here, that
part becomes invalid, and the program advances to the start of the next step
immediately when the step width time is exceeded.
Advance time
Set the advance time when the advance mode is set to [Time].
8-4
ADV
ADV
Note
M o d e : T i me e
Time: 00h00m
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
00:00 to 99:59
00:00
When "00:00" is set, time advance does not function.
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CH1 pattern number
Set the pattern number of CH1.
The rest of the patterns are assigned to CH2 automatically.
This screen is displayed in 2-input, 2-loop specification.
This parameter setting should be done after the control operation mode is set to RST.
8-5
CH1
PTN:
Note
10
/
Setting range
Initial value
20
0 to 20
10
When this parameter value is changed, settings for patterns/steps are initialized.
For example, if the pattern number of CH1 is changed from 10 (of 20) to 5 (of 20),
then reconfigure the number to 10 (of 20), and the pattern 6 to 10 setting will all
be initialized.
The step numbers that can be assigned for each channel are pattern numbers x
20 steps.
9-2
Step-related Settings
Make settings for each step.
The following describes setup operation using start pattern 1 and step 1 as an example.
(1)
Step SV value
Set the SV value of step 1.
2S-1
PTN
01
STEP
001
Setting range
Initial value
CH
SV
:
Time:
PID :
0℃
0.
00h01m
0
1
Within SV limiter setting range
0.0
Note
2S-1
PTN
01
STEP
001
CH
SV
:
Time:
PID :
4 0 0 . 0℃ 1
00h00m
0
When the STEP SV value exceeds the limit, the
SV value is highlighted as shown left side.
The SV value displayed reversed in white is
replaced internally with the limiter value, and the
SV value cut by the limiter is displayed on the SV
display.
For details, see "8-6 (2) SV limiter."
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PROGRAM SETTINGS
Step Time
Set the time of step 1.
2S-1
PTN
01
STEP
001
(3)
CH
SV
:
Time:
PID :
0 . 0℃ 1
00h01m
0
Setting range
Initial value
00:00 to 99:59
00:01
Step PID No.
Set the PID No. of step 1 execution.
2S-1
PTN
01
STEP
001
CH
SV
:
Time:
PID :
0 . 0℃ 1
00h01m
0
Setting range
Initial value
0 to10
0
When PID=0 is set, the previous execution step PID No. is looked up.
When PID=0 is set to the start step, the program is executed by PID No.1 at the start of
the program.
9-3
(1)
Pattern-related Settings
Number of steps
Set the number of steps to be used in the program pattern.
2-1
PTN
01
CH
Num. of STEP:
Start STEP
:
20
1
1
Setting range
Initial value
0 to 400
PTN1: 20
Other: 0
The maximum step number varies according to the numbers assigned to CH1 and CH2,
or assigned to other pattern/step numbers.
For example, if 20 patterns are assigned to CH1, and 0 step number is assigned to the
pattern No.2 to 20, the step numbers of pattern No.1 can be set up to 400 steps, which is
the maximum numbers.
Set control action to a stopped (reset) state before performing this operation.
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PROGRAM SETTINGS
49
Start step
Set the step at program start.
2-1
PTN
01
Setting range
Initial value
CH
Num. of STEP:
Start STEP
:
1
20
1
0 to number of steps
PTN1: 1
Other: 0
When "0" is set, that pattern becomes invalid.
Note
(3)
This parameter can also be set before execution of program control in the basic
screen. For details, see "15-2 Operations in Basic Screen."
Start SV
Set the SV value at start of the program.
The start SV function is enabled only when the program is started from step 1.
2-2
PTN
01
Setting range
Initial value
CH
Start SV:
PTN Reps:
0 . 0℃
1
1
Within SV limiter setting range
0.0
Note
2-2
PTN
01
CH
Start SV:
PTN Reps:
400.
0℃
1
1
When the Start SV value exceeds the limit, the
SV value is highlighted as shown left side.
The highlighted SV value is replaced internally
with the limiter value, and the SV value cut by the
limiter is displayed on the SV display.
For details, see "8-6 (2) SV limiter."
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PROGRAM SETTINGS
Pattern execution count
Set the execution count of the program pattern. When a pattern execution count smaller
than the current execution count is set during program execution, the program pattern
ends after execution up to the end step. (If the pattern is linked, the program moves to the
next pattern.)
2-2
PTN
01
Setting range
Initial value
CH
Start SV:
PTN Reps:
0 . 0℃
3
1
1 to 9999
1
Pattern 1
Step 2
Step 1
Step 3
Step 4
PTN 1 is executed three times.
Ex) When the pattern execution count is set to "3" at PTN1 (from step 1 to 4)
(5)
Start step No. of step loop
Set the start step No. during step loop.
2-3
PTN
01
Loop Setup
Start:
1
End
:
1
Reps :
1
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
1 to number of steps
1
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PROGRAM SETTINGS
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51
End step No. of step loop
Set the end step No. during step loop.
2-3
PTN
01
(7)
Loop Setup
Start:
End
:
Reps :
CH
1
1
1
1
Setting range
Initial value
1 to number of steps
1
Execution count of step loop
Set the execution count of the step loop.
2-3
PTN
01
Loop Setup
Start:
End
:
Reps :
CH
2
5
3
1
Setting range
Initial value
1 to 9999
1
Ex) When execution count is set to "3" at start step No.2 and end step No.5
Step 2 to 5
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Step 5
Step 2 to 5 is executed 3 times.
Step 6
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PROGRAM SETTINGS
Guarantee soak zone
Set the guarantee soak zone (hysteresis of guarantee soak function).
Set the setting value as a deviation with respect to the SV value of a flat step.
2-4
PTN
01
GUArantee Soak
Zone:
OFF
Time:00h00m
PV Start:
OFF
Setting range
Initial value
CH
1
OFF,1 to 9999
OFF
What is the guarantee soak (GUA) function?
During program control, when the SV value migrates from a ramp step
to a flat step, the PV value sometimes can no longer track the SV value
and the flat step time may become shorter on some control systems.
This function is for avoiding this and assuring the time of the flat step.
GUA function OFF
Almost no flat section
SV1,/SV 2
Even if SV1 is not reached
after step 1 time elapses,
Step2 start
control migrates to step 2.
SSV
(Start SV)
Step1
Step2
Wide flat section
GUA function ON
Guarantee soak zone
SV1/SV2
(above and below SV value)
Step2 start
GUA lit
SSV
(Start SV)
Step1
Step2
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PROGRAM SETTINGS
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When the deviation between the step SV and PV of the flat step does not enter the
guarantee soak zone when the ramp step switches to the flat step, the program does not
move to the next step, and program execution stands by until this region is reached or
the GUA time ends.
In the reset state, the GUA lamp lights in the status monitor screen (0-3).
Note
(9)
Even if step 1 is flat (SSV = SV1) when the RST mode changes to the PROG
mode, guarantee soak is performed.
Even in steps where the step time is set to "00:00", guarantee soak is performed if
the guarantee soak conditions are satisfied.
Guarantee soak time
Set the guarantee soak time. Time measurement is performed at the same time that the
ramp step time ends, and the program moves to the flat step regardless of whether the
PV value is inside or outside the zone when the preset time is reached.
Note, however, that when "00:00" is set, GUA continues until PV reaches the zone.
2-4
PTN
01
(10)
GUArantee Soak
Zone:
OFF
Time:00h00m
PV Start:
OFF
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
00:00 to 99:59
00:00
PV start
When the start step at program execution is ramp control, and the value of difference
between start SV value and PV value is larger, dead time occurs. To omit this dead time,
set the PV value for the purpose of starting as the start SV. When PV start is OFF,
execution starts from the start SV at all times.
2-4
PTN
01
GUArantee Soak
Zone:
OFF
Time:00h00m
PV Start:
OFF
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
ON/OFF
OFF
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9
1PV≤SSV<SV1
PROGRAM SETTINGS
4PV≥SSV>SV1
PV
SV1/SV2
SSV
SSV
PV
SV1/SV2
Step1
Step1
Step2
2SSV<PV≤SV1
Step2
5SSV>PV≥SV1
SSV
SV1/SV2
T1
T2
PV
SSV
T2
T1
SV1/SV2
PV
Step1
Step2
Step1
Step2
T1: The time in this period is shortened to
become PV start.
T2: Step1 time to be executed
T1: The time in this period is shortened to
become PV start.
T2: Step1 time to be executed
3SSV<SV1<PV
6SSV>SV1>PV
SSV
PV
SV1/SV2
SV1/SV2
SSV
PV
Step1
Step2
Step1
Step2
In this case, the program advances to step In this case, the program advances to step
2, and step 1 is omitted.
2, and step 1 is omitted.
*1
*2
PV start is enabled only when the start step time is set to "00m01s" or more.
Cautions in 2 and 5 action
Due to the relationship with the device’s internal resolution, an accurate SSV (start SV
value) might not be calculated when the PV start function is started up by conditions
such as a large step SV rate-of-change.
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PROGRAM SETTINGS
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(1)
55
Pattern Link-related Settings
Setting the pattern link execution count
Set the number of times that pattern link is executed.
1-3
PTN Link Reps:
Link Format
1st:
3
3rd:
2nd:
1
4th:
0
4
6
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
0 to 9999
0
Pattern link
Pattern3
Note
(2)
Pattern1
Pattern4
Pattern6
When "0" is set to the pattern link execution count, the link function is disabled.
Pattern link
This setting is for linking (connecting) and operating each pattern by a program.
Set the pattern No. to be linked in order from 1st pattern.
Up to 20 patterns can be linked from 1st to 20th.
The same pattern can also be set repeatedly.
1-3
PTN Link Reps:
Link Format
1st:
3
3rd:
2nd:
1
4th:
Note
1
4
6
CH
Setting range
1
Initial value
0 to higher limit of assigned
pattern
0
When pattern 0 is set, the link to patterns set from then onwards becomes invalid.
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9-5
(1)
PROGRAM SETTINGS
Settings Before Program Operation
Auto-tuning point
To avoid hunting resulting from limit cycle with SV value in executing Auto Tuning, set a
hypothetical SV value to carry out Auto Tuning at a point away from the actual SV value.
3 - 32
AT Point:
0 . 0℃
PV
High side
AT action point
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
0, 1 to 10000 Unit
0
When auto tuning is executed with SV+TP < PV
AT point
SV value
AT point
Low side
AT action point
PV
Note
When auto tuning is executed with SV-ATP > PV
For ATP (AT point), set the AT action points above and below the SV as a
deviation.
When auto tuning is executed with PV outside of the preset AT points above and
below, auto tuning is performed at an AT point between PV and SV.
When auto tuning is executed with the PV value inside the At action points above
and below, auto tuning is performed using the SV value.
When ATP is set to "0", the SV value becomes the AT action points.
When zone PID SV is selected, AT points become invalid.
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PROGRAM SETTINGS
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57
Program EVENT/DO action points
Set the action points of each of EVENT/DO in the Program mode.
This screen is not displayed when an action other than the six actions shown below is set
to EVENT/DO.
In case an action point is assigned to another channel, this is not displayed on the
screen.
2-5
PTN
01
2-6
PTN
01
2-7
PTN
01
2-8
PTN
01
2-9
PTN
01
E
E
E
E
V Set Poin
V1 HD:
25
V2 LD: -25
V3 HD:
25
CH
t
0 0 . 0 ℃1
0 0. 0℃
0 0. 0℃
D
D
D
D
O Set Poin
O1 HD:
25
O2 LD: -25
O3 HD:
25
CH
t
0 0 . 0 ℃1
0 0. 0℃
0 0. 0℃
CH
DO Set Point
DO4 HD:
2 5 0 0 . 0 ℃1
D O5 LD : - 25 0 0. 0℃
CH
DO Set Point
DO6 HD:
2 5 0 0 . 0 ℃1
D O7 LD : - 25 0 0. 0℃
CH
DO Set Point
DO8 HD:
2 5 0 0 . 0 ℃1
D O9 LD : - 25 0 0. 0℃
Setting range
HD (DEV Hi)
LD (DEV Low)
OD (DEV Out)
ID (DEV In)
HA (PV Hi)
LA (PV Low)
Higher limit deviation
Lower limit deviation
Outside higher/lower limit deviation value
Inside higher/lower limit deviation value
PV higher limit absolute value
PV lower limit absolute value
-25000 to 25000 Unit
-25000 to 25000 Unit
0 to 25000 Unit
0 to 25000 Unit
Within measuring range
Within measuring range
Initial value
HD (DEV Hi)
LD (DEV Low)
OD (DEV Out)
ID (DEV In)
HA (PV Hi)
Higher limit deviation value
Lower limit deviation value
Outside higher/lower limit deviation value
Inside higher/lower limit deviation value
PV higher limit absolute value
25000 Unit
-25000 Unit
25000 Unit
25000 Unit
Within measuring range
(higher limit value)
Within measuring range
(lower limit value)
LA (PV Low)
PV lower limit absolute value
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(3)
PROGRAM SETTINGS
Time signal (TS)
Eight time signals are available for each pattern.
The following screen descriptions are for Time Signal 1 (TS1).
To use a time signal as an external output, TS1 to TS8 must be assigned to EV1 to EV3
and DO1 to DO9 in the EVENT/DO screen group.
Time signal enabling conditions
Though invalid conditions can be assigned, they do not function.
1) The ON step No. must already be set (must not be OFF).
2) The ON step No. ≤ the OFF step No.
Note, however, that the actual ON time ≤ the actual OFF time.
When the ON step No. = OFF step No.
TS turns ON for 1 second when the actual ON time = actual OFF time
When the ON step No. < OFF step No.
TS turns ON for 1 second when the actual ON time = actual OFF time
Step1
(1)
Step2
Step3
ON step No. < OFF step No.
Actual ON time < Actual OFF time
(2) ON step No. = OFF step No.
Actual ON time < Actual OFF time
(3) ON step No. < OFF step No.
Actual ON time < Actual OFF time
(4) ON step No. = OFF step No.
Actual ON time = Actual OFF time
(5) ON step No. < OFF step No.
Actual ON time = Actual OFF time
(6) ON step No. <OFF step No.
ON time = 00: 00
OFF time = 00: 00
ON Time
OFF Time
Actual ON time: the time until Time Signal will be ON after the program has started
Actual OFF time: the time until Time Signal will be OFF after the program has started
ON time: Time signal ON time
OFF time: Time signal OFF time
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PROGRAM SETTINGS
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< Other precautions relating to setting >
(1) The Time Signal (TS) tick is suspended during a Hold or Guarantee Soak.
(2) If TS turns ON when the OFF step assigned is OFF with the ON step and ON
time both enabled, TS stays ON until the end of the pattern.
(3) When the OFF step or actual OFF time exceeds the end step time, TS output
becomes OFF at the end of the pattern end step.
Note, however, that it becomes ON when the ON time at the next pattern is
00:00.
(4) When the ON time = step time, TS turns ON at the start of the next step.
(including OFF time)
(5) When TS values have been changed in a Hold state during program execution,
the values will not be updated until after the hold state is released.
1Time signal ON step No.
Set the step No. at which Time signal 1 (TS1) turns ON.
2-10
P TN
01
ON
ON
O FF
T S1 O FF
ST
Ti
ST
Ti
EP
me
EP
me
:
OFF
:O 0h O0m
:
OFF
:O 0h O0m
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
OFF, 1 to number of steps
OFF
2Time signal ON time
Set the time from the start of the step at which Time signal 1 (TS1) turns ON up to when
the signal actually turns ON.
2-10
P TN
01
ON
ON
O FF
T S1 O FF
ST
Ti
ST
Ti
EP
me
EP
me
:
OFF
:O 0h O0m
:
OFF
:O 0h O0m
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
00:00 to 99:59
00:00
3Time signal OFF step No.
Set the step No. at which Time signal 1 (TS1) turns OFF.
2-10
P TN
01
ON
ON
O FF
T S1 O FF
ST
Ti
ST
Ti
EP
me
EP
me
:
OFF
:O 0h O0m
:
OFF
:O 0h O0m
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
OFF, 1 to number of steps
OFF
60
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PROGRAM SETTINGS
4Time signal OFF time
Set the time from the start of the step at which Time signal 1 (TS1) turns OFF up to when
the signal actually turns OFF
2-10
P TN
01
ON
ON
O FF
T S1 O FF
(4)
ST
Ti
ST
Ti
EP
me
EP
me
:
O FF
:O 0h O0m
:
O FF
:O 0h O0m
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
00:00 to 99:59
00:00
Start pattern No.
Set the start pattern No. when executing a program.
This screen belongs not to PROGRAM (program screen group) but to CTRL EXEC
(execution screen group).
1-2
HLD:
ADV:
Start
Note
CH
OFF
OFF
PTN:
Setting range
1
1
Initial value
1 to higher limit of assigned
pattern
1
This pattern can also be set before program control execution in the basic screen.
For details, see "15-2 Operations in Basic Screen."
10
FIX SETTINGS
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10 FIX SETTINGS
10-1
Switching the FIX Mode
The FP23 can be set to the FIX (fixed value control) mode.
Note that movement to the FIX mode when the Program mode is switched to the
FIX mode varies according to the FIX MOVE setting.
For details, see "10-4 FIX MOVE".
1-6
FIX
FIX
FIX
FIX
MODE: OFF
SV
:
0 . 0℃
PID :
1
MOVE: EXE
ON
OFF
1
ON, OFF
OFF
FIX (fixed value control) mode
Program mode
Note
10-2
Setting range
Initial value
CH
Switching between the Program mode and the FIX mode is also possible in the
basic screen.
FIX SV Value
Set the SV value during fixed value control (FIX mode: ON).
1-6
FIX
FIX
FIX
FIX
MODE: OFF
SV
:
0 . 0℃
PID :
1
MOVE: EXE
Setting range
Initial value
CH
1
Note
1-6
FIX
FIX
FIX
FIX
MODE: OFF
SV
:
4 0 0 . 0℃
PID :
1
MOVE: EXE
CH
1
Within SV limiter setting range
0 Unit
When the FIX SV value exceeds the limit, the
SV value is highlighted as left side.
The highlighted SV value is replaced internally
with the limiter value, and the SV value cut by
the limiter is displayed on the SV display.
For details, see "8-6 (2) SV limiter."
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10-3
FIX SETTINGS
FIX PID No.
Set the PID No. during fixed value control (FIX mode: ON).
The PID No. cannot be set when Zone PID is enabled. ("Zone" is displayed.)
1-6
FIX
FIX
FIX
FIX
10-4
MODE:
SV
:
PID :
MOVE:
CH
OFF
0 . 0℃
1
1
Setting range
Initial value
1 to 10
1
EXE
FIX MOVE
Make detailed settings for when the FP23 enters FIX mode.
1-6
FIX
FIX
FIX
FIX
MODE: OFF
SV
:
0 . 0℃
PID :
1
MOVE: EXE
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
EXE, EXE/STBY, EXE/TRCK
EXE
EXE
Switch to RUN state when transferring to FIX mode.
EXE/STBY Current (RUN/RST) state is maintained when transferring to FIX
mode.
EXE/TRCK In case of RST state, switch to RUN state when transferring to FIX
mode.
In case of RUN state, track the SV and PID No. that have been used
just before, and switch to RUN state.
FIX MOVE
EXE
EXE/STBY
EXE/TRCK
Note
Before Move → After Move
Remarks
PRG RST →
FIX RUN Enters the RUN mode.
PRG RUN →
FIX RUN Stays in the RUN mode.
PRG RST →
FIX RST
PRG RUN →
FIX RUN Stays in the RUN mode.
PRG RST →
FIX RUN Enters the RUN mode.
PRG RUN →
FIX RUN Executing SV value and PID values are
tracked.
Stays in the RST mode.
When the FP23 moves from FIX mode to the Program mode, the FP23 maintains
its current state (RUN or Reset).
10
FIX SETTINGS
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FIX EVENT/DO Action Points
Set each of the EVENT/DO action points in the FIX mode.
This screen is not displayed when a mode other than the six actions shown below is set
to EVENT/DO. In case an action point is assigned to another channel, this is not
displayed on the screen.
1-7
FIX EV Set Point
EV1 HD:
2500.0
EV2 LD: -2500.0
EV3 HD:
2500.0
1-8
FIX DO Set Point
DO1 HD:
2500.0
DO2 LD: -2500.0
DO3 HD:
2500.0
1-9
FIX DO Set Point
DO4 HD:
2500.0
DO5 HD:
2500.0
1 10
FIX DO Set Point
DO6 HD:
2500.0
DO7 HD:
2500.0
1-11
FIX DO Set Point
DO8 HD:
2500.0
DO9 HD:
2500.0
-
CH
1
CH
1
CH
1
CH
1
CH
1
Setting range
HD (DEV Hi)
LD (DEV Low)
OD (DEV Out)
ID (DEV In)
HA (PV Hi)
LA (PV Low)
Higher limit deviation
Lower limit deviation
Outside higher/lower limit deviation value
Inside higher/lower limit deviation value
PV higher limit absolute value
PV lower limit absolute value
-25000 to 25000 Unit
-25000 to 25000 Unit
0 to 25000 Unit
0 to 25000 Unit
Within measuring range
Within measuring range
Initial value
HD (DEV Hi)
LD (DEV Low)
OD (DEV Out)
ID (DEV In)
HA (PV Hi)
Higher limit deviation value
Lower limit deviation value
Outside higher/lower limit deviation value
Inside higher/lower limit deviation value
PV higher limit absolute value
25000 Unit
-25000 Unit
25000 Unit
25000 Unit
Within measuring range
(higher limit value)
Within measuring range
(lower limit value)
LA (PV Low)
PV lower limit absolute value
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11 PID SETTING
11-1
Proportional Band (P)
"Proportional band" refers to the range in which control output changes in proportion to
the difference (deviation) between the measured value (PV) and the set value (SV).
Here, set the percentage (%) that control output is made to change with respect to the
measuring range.
When a wide proportional band is set, the change in the control output with respect to
deviation decreases, and the offset (constant deviation) increases.
When a narrow proportional band is set, the change in the control output increases, and
the offset decreases.
If too narrow a proportional band is set, hunting (vibration) occurs, and action becomes
similar to that of ON-OFF control.
When P=OFF is set, control becomes ON-OFF control, and auto tuning cannot be
executed.
3-1
PID01-OUT1
P:
3.0%
I:
120s
D:
30s
11-2
MR: 0.0%
SF: 0.40
Setting range
Initial value
OFF, 0.1 to 999.9 %
3.0 %
Integral Time (I)
Integral action is a function for correcting the offset (constant deviation) that occurs due to
proportional action.
When a long integral time is set, offset correction action is weak, and it takes a long time to
correct the offset. The shorter an integral time is set, the stronger the correction action
becomes. However, if too short an integral time is set, hunting (vibration) occurs, and
action becomes similar to that of ON-OFF control.
3-1
PID01-OUT1
P:
3.0%
I:
120s
D:
30s
MR: 0.0%
SF: 0.40
Setting range
Initial value
OFF, 1 to 6000 s
120 s
When auto tuning is executed with I=OFF, the manual reset (MR) value is computed and
automatically set.
For details on automatic setting of MR, see "11-4 Manual Reset (MR)."
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PID SETTING
Derivative Time (D)
Derivative action functions in two ways. It forecasts changes in the control output to reduce
influence caused by external disturbance, and suppresses overshoot caused by integral
action to improve control stability.
The shorter a derivative time is set, the weaker derivative action becomes. Alternatively,
the longer a derivative time is set, the stronger derivative action becomes. However, if too
long a derivative time is set, hunting (vibration) occurs, and action becomes similar to that
of ON-OFF control.
3-1
PID01-OUT1
P:
3.0%
I:
120s
D:
30s
MR: 0.0%
SF: 0.40
Setting range
Initial value
OFF, 1 to 3600 s
30 s
When auto tuning is executed with D=OFF, computation is performed only by P1 value
(proportional and integral).
11-4
Manual Reset (MR)
This function manually corrects offset that occurs when control action is performed by P
or P+D (I=0) control.
When a + side MR value is set, the control result shifts to the + side, and when a – MR
value is set, the control action shifts to the – side. The amount of shift is proportional to
the size of the numerical value that is set.
3-1
PID01-OUT1
P:
3.0%
I:
OFF
D:
30s
MR: 0.0%
SF: 0.40
Setting range
Initial value
-50.0 to 50.0 %
0.0 %
50.0 % (in 1-loop/2-output
specification)
„ Automatic setting of MR
When auto tuning is executed with I=OFF, the manual reset (MR) value is computed and
automatically set.
During PID control, MR is used as the target load ratio in PID initial operation.
For this reason, to reduce overshoot when the power is turned ON or when RST is
switched to RUN, set a small MR value to lower this target load ratio.
When auto tuning is performed by PID control on the FP23, the load ratio is calculated so
that offset is decreased even if there is no I action, and a value corresponding to the
manual reset is automatically set.
This function enables control results superior to those enabled by regular PID control to
be obtained.
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Action Hysteresis (DF)
This item sets the hysteresis (DF) in ON-OFF control action when P is set to OFF.
When a narrow hysteresis is set, chattering is more likely to occur on the output.
When a wide hysteresis is set, chattering, etc. can be avoided and stable control action
can be obtained.
3-1
Setting range
Initial value
PID01-OUT1
P:
OFF
DF:
2.0 ℃
11-6
1 to 9999 Unit
20 Unit
Dead Band (DB)
This setting is for only the 1-loop 2-output specification.
Set the action range of output 2 (OUT2) taking the characteristics of the control target
and energy savings into consideration.
PID01-OUT2
P:
3.0% DB: 0.0℃
I:
OFF
SF: 0.40
D:
30s
Setting range
Initial value
-19999 to 20000 Unit
0 Unit
The patterns in the following figures show the relationship between output action and
dead band.
RA: Reverse Action, DA: Direct Action
Control output 1:RA, Control output 2: DA (RA+DA)
Control output 1
Control output 2
Control Output 1
100%
Control Output 2
2
50%
1
1 DB=0Unit
3
2 -19999 DB<0 Unit
3 0<DB 20000 Unit
0%
-DB
Low
DB=0
+DB
Set value (SV)
Measured value (PV)
High
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Control output 1:RA, Control output 2: RA (RA+RA)
Control output 1
Control output 2
100%
Control Output 1
Control Output 2
2
50%
1
3
1 DB=0Unit
2 -19999 DB<0 Unit
0%
-DB
DB=0
Set value (SV)
Measured value (PV)
Low
3 0<DB 20000 Unit
+DB
High
Control output 1:DA, Control output 2: RA (DA+RA)
Control output 2
Control output 1
Control Output 1
100%
Control Output 2
2
50%
1
3
1 DB=0Unit
2 -19999 DB<0 Unit
0%
3 0<DB 20000 Unit
-DB
Low
DB=0
+DB
Set value (SV)
Measured value (PV)
High
Control output 1:DA, Control output 2: DA (DA+DA)
Control output 1
Control output 2
Control Output 1
100%
Control Output 2
2
50%
1
3
1 DB=0Unit
2 -19999 DB<0 Unit
0%
3 0<DB 20000 Unit
-DB
Low
DB=0
+DB
Set value (SV)
Measured value (PV)
High
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Set Value Function (SF)
This function determines the strength for preventing overshooting that occurs during
Expert PID control.
Set Value Function is valid only when integral action (PI or PID) is set.
3-1
PID01-OUT1
P:
3.0%
I:
OFF
D:
30s
MR: 0.0%
SF: 0.40
SF = 0.00
SF → Small
SF → Large
Setting range
Initial value
0.00 to 1.00
0.40
Regular PID control is carried out, and the overshoot correction
function is disabled.
Overshoot correction is small.
Overshoot correction is large.
Reference: About PID action according to set value function (SF)
During a ramp step, PID and PD action can be switched automatically by the SF value.
Overshooting in flat steps can be reduced by controlling a ramp step by PD section.
SF > 0.10
SF ≦ 0.10
PID action
PID action
SV
PD action
PID action
PV
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PID SETTING
Output Limit Value (OUT1L to OUT2H)
This is the screen for setting the lower limit value and higher limit value of the control
output corresponding to the PID No.
Though regular control is performed using the initial values as they are, these lower limit
and higher limit values are used for control that requires higher accuracy.
In a heating control specification, set a lower limit value when the return value is slow
arriving due to overshoot at the upper side. For control targets whose temperature
immediately drops when the temperature rise is slow and output is lowered.
When the 2-output specification is selected, OUT1 is displayed on the upper row, and
OUT2 is displayed on the lower row.
3-2
PID01
Note
OUT1L:
OUT1H:
OUT2L:
OUT2H:
0.0%
100.0%
0.0%
100.0%
Setting range
Lower limit value 0.0 to 99.9 %
Higher limit value 0.1 to 100.0 %
(Lower limit value < Higher limit
value)
Initial value
Lower limit value 0.0 %
Higher limit value 100.0 %
Š The output limiter is invalid during contact output or SSR drive voltage output
when P=OFF is set and ON-OFF control is selected.
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Zone PID
This function sets two or more zones in a measuring range and switches different PID
values in each zone for use.
When this function is used, the optimum PID value can be set to each temperature range
(zone) so that satisfactory controllability is obtained in a wide temperature range.
PID No.3
zone value
Zone hysteresis
PID No.2
zone value
Zone hysteresis
PID No.1
PID No.1
PID No.2
PID No.1
zone value
Zone hysteresis
Step1
Note
(1)
Step2
Step3
Step4
Step5
PID No.3
Step6
When the same zone value is set to multiple PID Nos., the PID No. having the
smallest No. is executed.
Even if the zone value or zone hysteresis is changed with the SV value inside zone
hysteresis, the execution PID No. will not be changed until the SV No. leaves zone
hysteresis.
Selecting Zone PID
Select whether or not to use Zone PID.
When this function is used, further select whether to set the zone by SV or by PV.
Zone PID2 is displayed in 2-loop specification.
3-31 Other than 2-loop
Zone PID1:
HYS1:
OFF
2.0
2-loop
Zone PID1:
HYS1:
PID2:
HYS2:
OFF Zone PID function is disabled.
SV
Zone PID function of SV is used.
PV
Zone PID function of PV is used.
OFF
2.0
OFF
2.0
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Zone hysteresis
The hysteresis can be set with respect to the zone set value.
This hysteresis is valid for all zone set values.
Zone HYS2 is displayed in 2-loop specification.
3-31 Other than 2-loop
Zone PID1:
HYS1
OFF
2.0
Setting range
Initial value
(3)
2-loop
Zone PID1:
HYS1:
PID2:
HYS2:
OFF
2.0
SV
2.0
0 to 1000 Unit
20 Unit
PID zone value
Set the zone value (temperature range) to be used by the Zone PID function for each
PID No.
3-1
PID01-OUT1
P:
3.0%
MR: 0.0%
I:
120s
SF: 0.40
D:
30s ZN:
0.0℃
Setting range
Initial value
Within measuring range
0 Unit
Note
When the same zone value is set to two or more PID Nos., the PID having the
smallest No. is executed.
To use the Zone PID function, zone setting and zone hysteresis must be set.
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12-1
Monitor Screens
(1)
DO monitor
4-1
DO6 DO7 DO8 DO9
(2)
When DOx (x: 6 to 9) turns ON, □ is highlighted as ■.
DO6 to DO9 are optional, then they are not displayed
when they are not installed.
Logic monitor
4-2
EV1
EV2
EV3
B | I F & F D01
D02
D03
B | I
- - -
This screen is displayed when LOGIC is assigned to
one or more EVENT/DOs.
LOGIC
|: OR &: AND ^: XOR
Input
B: Buffer F: Flip flop I: Inverter
The cursor position is highlighted.
In the screen as above, Buffer and Inverter are assigned to DO1 to make the device
perform OR operation on both inputs.
12-2
Channel Setting
Set channel(s) corresponding to event action.
This may be set only in the 2-input 2-loop specification.
4-3
EV1
MD :N one
12-3
:C H1
A CT :N. O.
Setting range
Initial value
CH1, CH2
CH1
EVENT/DO Action
Note that if you have changed this setting, action set points (SP) and hysteresis (DF)
parameters are initialized.
4-3
EV1
MD :N one
:C H1
A CT :N. O.
Setting range
Initial value
See "List of EVENT/DO Types".
EV1: DEV Hi
EV2: DEV Low
EV3: RUN
DO1 to 9: None
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List of EVENT/DO Types
No.
1
2
3
4
Mode
None
DEV Hi
DEV Low
DEV Out
5
DEV In
6
7
8
9
PV Hi
PV Low
SO
FIX
10
AT
11
MAN
Action
No action
Higher limit deviation value
Lower limit deviation value
Outside higher/lower limit
deviation
Inside higher/lower limit
deviation
PV higher limit absolute value
PV lower limit absolute value
Scale over
FIX mode
No.
12
Auto tuning execution in
progress
Manual operation in progress
13
Mode
LOGIC
LOGIC
Direct
RUN
Action
Logic operation (AND/OR/XOR)
Logic operation (Timer/Count)
Direct output
Program/FIX execution
14
HLD
Hold
15
16
17
18
to
25
26
GUA
STEP
PRG.END
TS1
to
TS8
HBA
Guarantee soak
Step signal
End signal
Time signal 1 to 8
27
HLA
Heater break alarm output
(option)
Heater loop alarm output
(option)
*1 LOGIC operations (AND/OR/XOR) can be assigned only to EV1 to EV3, and DO1 to DO3.
*2 LOGIC operations (Timer/Count) can be assigned only to DO4 and DO5.
*3 Only DO6 to DO9 can be assigned to Direct. The Direct function can be used when the
communication option is added on.
EVENT/DO Action Diagrams
(2)DEV High
ON
LOW
OFF
PV
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
(7)PV Low
ON
OFF
HIGH
Action set point
*
(5)DEV Inside
HIGH
ON
LOW
(4)DEV Outside
ON
ON
OFF
(6)PV High
OFF
PV
(3)DEV Low
Set value
“ON” “OFF” indicates the action states.
EVENT/DO output conforms to the setting (OPEN/CLOSE) of output characteristics.
OFF
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EVENT/DO Action in RST State
When the actions in the table below are assigned to EVENT/DO, EVENT/DO do not
function in a Reset (RST) state.
Mode
DEV Hi
Action
Higher limit deviation value
Mode
DEV In
Action
Inside higher/lower limit deviation
DEV Low
Lower limit deviation value
Outside higher/lower limit
deviation
PV Hi
PV higher limit absolute value
DEV Out
(1)
PV Low PV lower limit absolute value
Output characteristics
4-3
EV1
MD :D EV Lo w
DF :
2 .0℃
DL Y:
O FF
:C H1
A CT :N. O.
IH :OF F
Setting range
Initial value
N.O., N.C.
N.O.
N.O.(normally open)
When EVENT/DO turns ON, contacts are closed or output
transistor turns ON.
N.C.(normally closed) When EVENT/DO turns ON, contacts are opened or output
transistor turns OFF.
(2)
Hysteresis
Set the hysteresis between ON action and OFF action. Setting hysteresis can avoid
chattering, etc., and obtain stable action.
This item is displayed when Modes (2) to (7) are selected in EVENT/DO action.
4-3
EV1
MD :D EV Lo w
DF :
2 .0℃
DL Y:
O FF
:C H1
A CT :N. O.
IH :OF F
Ex) PV Low’s case
ON
Hysteresis
OFF
Set Point
LOW
PV
HIGH
Setting range
Initial value
1 to 9999 Unit
20 Unit
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Delay time
This function is for turning EVENT/DO ON after the preset time has elapsed after an
EVENT/DO source has been generated.
This item is displayed when Modes (2) to (7) are selected in the EVENT/DO action.
4-3
EV1
MD :D EV Lo w
DF :
2 .0℃
DL Y:
O FF
Note
(4)
:C H1
A CT :N. O.
IH :OF F
Setting range
Initial value
OFF, 1 to 9999 s
OFF
EVENT/DO is not output when the source of the signal output disappears during
the delay time. When the source is generated again, counting of the time is
performed from the beginning.
When the delay time is set to OFF, EVENT/DO is output at the same time that the
source of EVENT/DO is generated.
When an EVENT/DO source is generated within the delay time operation, the
delay time can be changed. Note, however, that the delay time is the time not from
when measurement is performed from the newly set time but from the time that
was measured from when the output source was generated.
Inhibit Action
This function is for turning EVENT/DO ON when the PV value leaves the EVENT/DO
action range and enters the range again without outputting EVENT/DO even if the PV
value is in the action range at power ON.
Select this item taking Inhibit Action and event action at scale over into consideration.
This item is displayed when Modes (2) to (7) are selected in the EVENT/DO action.
4-3
EV1
MD :D EV Lo w
DF :
2 .0℃
DL Y:
O FF
OFF
1
2
3
Note
:C H1
A CT :N. O.
IH :OF F
Setting range
Initial value
OFF, 1, 2, 3
OFF
Inhibit action is not performed.
Inhibit action is executed at power ON and when the control state changes
from RST to RUN.
Inhibit action is executed at power ON, when the control state changes
from RST to RUN, and when the state of SV has changed.
Inhibit action is not performed (action OFF at scale over input error).
When IH is set to OFF, 1 or 2, EVENT/DO action turns ON when a scale over
error occurs on the EVENT/DO set side.
When IH is set to 3, EVENT/DO action turns OFF when a scale over error occurs
on the EVENT/DO set side.
To output an alarm when a scale over error occurs with IH set to 3, assign scale
over (SO) to other EVENT/DO.
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Event Logic Operations
Logic operations can be assigned to EV1 to EV3, and DO1 to DO3.
This function performs logic operations on inputs from two DIs or Time signals, and
outputs the result to EVENT/DO. DI signal can also be output by communication. Simple
sequences can be performed by using timer/count functions.
Event logic operation block diagram
SRC1
Gate1
DI
Logic
SRC1
Configuration example
F.F.
EVENT
Output
Gate1
OR
DI
BUF.
The screens below are for when [LOGIC] has been assigned to EV1.
(1)
Logic operation mode (Log MD)
4-3
EV1 Log MD:AND
MD:LOGIC
ACT:N.O.
SRC1:None
Gate1:BUF
SRC2:None
Gate2:BUF
AND
AND, OR, XOR
AND
Logical product of 2 inputs EVENT/DO turn ON when both of the two
inputs turn ON.
Logical sum of 2 inputs
EVENT/DO turn ON when either of the two
inputs turns ON.
Exclusive OR of 2 inputs
EVENT/DO turn ON when one of the two
inputs turns ON and the other turns OFF.
OR
XOR
(2)
Setting range
Initial value
Assigning logic operation input (SRC1, SRC2)
Assign the DI No. or time signal No. to two inputs (SRC1 & SRC2) for logic operation.
4-3
E V 1 L o g M D: A N D
MD:LOGIC
ACT:N.O.
SRC1:None
Gate1:BUF
SRC2:None
Gate2:BUF
Note
Setting range
Initial value
None, TS1 to TS8, TS1-C2 to
TS8-C2, DI1 to DI10
None (no assignment)
When another function is assigned to DI, the function also starts to operate when
that DI signal is input.
When the assignment to DI is set to None, the function does not operate.
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Logic operation input logic (Gate1, Gate2)
Set the logic of the two inputs for logic operation.
4-3
E V 1 L o g M D: A N D
MD:LOGIC
ACT:N.O.
SRC1:None
Gate1:BUF
SRC2:None
Gate2:BUF
BUF (buffer)
INV (inverter)
FF (flip-flop)
Note
12-5
Setting range
Initial value
BUF, INV, FF
BUF
The input signal is treated as it is.
The input signal is inverted, then treated as the logic signal.
The logic signal toggles each time the input signal turns from
OFF to ON.
When the logic operation input is a time signal (TS1 to TS8), FF (flip-flop) cannot
be set.
Timers/Counters
Timers and counters can be assigned to DO4 and DO5.
With this function, DI or TS is taken as input and EVENT/DO is taken as output, and
EVENT/DO can be output after the preset time has elapsed after generation of an input,
or when the input of the preset count is reached.
The timers and counters operate regardless of the control action of this device, and
output a one-shot pulse of one second.
The screens below are for when [LOGIC] has been assigned to DO4 and DO5.
(1)
Timer time
The time can be set within the range 1 to 5000 seconds only when the mode (Log MD) is
set to timer.
4-9
OFF
DO4 Time:
MD:LOGIC
ACT:N.O.
SRC:None
Log MD:Timer
(2)
Setting range
Initial value
OFF, 1 to 5000 s
OFF
Counter
The count can be set within the range 1 to 5000 only when the mode (Log MD) is set to
counter.
The pulse width of DI must be 100ms or more.
4 -9
D O4 C oun
MD :L OGI
SR C: Non
Lo g MD:
t:
OF F
C
A CT :N. O.
e
Co un te r
Setting range
Initial value
OFF, 1 to 5000
OFF
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Assigning input (SRC)
Assign the DI No. or TS No.
4-9
OFF
DO4 Time:
MD:LOGIC
ACT:N.O.
SRC:None
Log MD:Timer
Note
(4)
Setting range
Initial value
None, TS1 to TS8, TS1-C2 to
TS8-C2, DI1 to DI10
None (no assignment)
When another function is assigned to DI, the function also starts to operate when
that DI signal is input.
When the assignment to DI is set to None, the function does not operate even if
the DI signal is input.
Mode (Log MD)
Select and set timer or counter.
4-9
OFF
DO4 Time:
MD:LOGIC
ACT:N.O.
SRC:None
Log MD: Timer
Setting range
Initial value
Timer, Counter
Timer
Timer
DO turns ON after DI is input and a preset time elapses.
Counter DO turns ON when DI input count reaches the preset value.
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OPTION SETTINGS (DI, AO, HB, COM)
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13-1
DI
DI is digital input for external control based upon an externally input non-voltage contact
signal or an open collector signal.
Actions can be selected, and assigned to DI2 to DI10.
Note, however, that DI1 is fixed to RUN/RST (CH1).
(1)
DI monitor screen
□ is highlighted as ■ when a signal is input to DI regardless of whether or not DI is
assigned.
DI5 to DI10 are optional, and are not displayed when they are not available.
(2)
5-1
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
DI8
DI9
DI10
Assignment of a Channel to DI
This is the assignment to DI.
In case of 2-loop specification, assignment may be done to either CH1 or CH2, or to both
CH1 and CH2 at the same time.
5-2
D I 1
DI2:
DI3:
DI4:
(3)
RUN/RST
None
None
None
Setting range
Initial value
:CH1
:CH1
:CH1
:CH1
CH1, CH2, CH1+2
CH1
List of DI Types.
One of the parameters (Modes) descried in the Table “List of DI Types” can be assigned
to DI.
5-2
D I 1
DI2:
DI3:
DI4:
5-3
DI5:
DI6:
DI7:
DI8:
RUN/RST:CH1
None
:CH1
None
:CH1
None
:CH1
None
None
None
None
:CH1
:CH1
:CH1
:CH1
5-4
DI9: None
DI10:None
:CH1
:CH1
LG is displayed for the DI to be used by input (SRC) in event logic operations.
D I 1
DI2:
DI3:
DI4:
RUN/RST
None
None
None
:CH1
:CH1
:CH1
:CH1
LG
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OPTION SETTINGS (DI, AO, HB, COM)
Restriction conditions when assigning DI
RUN/RST is assigned (fixed) to DI1. This assignment cannot be changed.
PTN2bit and PTN3bit can be assigned only to DI5 and DI8.
PTN4bit and PTN5bit can be assigned only to DI5.
List of DI Types
Mode
Action
No-action
Signal
Conditions Detection
None
No action (factory default)
----
----
RUN/RST
Switching of Run/Reset (when ON: Run execution)
None
Edge
RST
Forced Reset (when ON: Reset state)
None
Level
HLD
Control suspension/restart (when ON: suspension state)
None
Level
ADV
Execute advance (when ON: execute advance)
HLD
Edge
FIX
Switching of FIX mode/Program mode (when ON: FIX mode)
None
Level
MAN
Switching of control output between auto/manual (when ON: manual)
AT
Level
LOGIC
Logic operation input [exclusive port] (when ON: input ON)
None
Level
PTN2bit
Selection of start pattern No. by DI input (selectable from 3 patterns)
FIX
Level
PTN3bit
Selection of start pattern No. by DI input (selectable from 7 patterns)
FIX
Level
PTN4bit
Selection of start pattern No. by DI input (selectable from 15 patterns)
FIX
Level
PTN5bit
Selection of start pattern No. by DI input (selectable from 20 patterns)
FIX
Level
Note 1
Note 2
Note 3
Note 4
Note 5
(1)
(2)
The corresponding DI action details cannot be executed while parameters listed in the
"No-action Conditions" column in the List of DI Types Table are being executed.
Signal detection timing:
Level input
Action is maintained with DI input ON.
Edge input
Action is executed by DI input ON, and is maintained even if DI input
turns OFF. Action is canceled by DI input ON again.
DI input must be held at ON or OFF for at least 0.1 sec. to detect DI input.
Once a function is assigned to a DI, the same function cannot be set by the front panel
keys as DI is given priority.
When the same action is assigned to two or more DIs, the DI having the smallest
No. is valid under the following conditions, and DIs having a larger No. are invalid:
When the same action is assigned to multiple DIs (however, valid if on different
channels)
For example, assignment DI2 becomes invalid when MAN is assigned to DI1 and DI2.
When action types (PTN2bit, PTN3bit, PTN4bit, PTN5bit) that use multiple DI terminals
are assigned to multiple DIs (however, valid if on different channels)
For example, assignment to DI8 becomes invalid when PTN3bit is assigned to DI5 and
DI8.
Note 6 When action types (PTN2bit, PTN3bit, PTN4bit, and PTN5bit) that use multiple DI
terminals are assigned, the assigned action of the DI to be used will be cleared
depending on the assignment.
When DI5 is assigned to PTN5bit with MAN assigned to DI6, MAN assigned to DI6 is
canceled as the start pattern No. will be assigned to DI6.
Note 7 When a DI assignment is canceled during DI execution, the currently executing action is
continued (excluding LOGIC operation).
Note 8 For details on logic operation, see "12-4 Event Logic Operations".
Note 9 LOGIC cannot be set to CH.
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Selection of start pattern No.
The start pattern No. can be selected by the external input.
To use this function, PTN2bit, PTN3bit, PTN4bit, or PTN5bit must be assigned to DI5, or
PTN2bit or PTN3bit must be assigned to DI8, and the EXT lamp must be set to light.
Ex: To assign [PTN5bit] to DI5, and select start pattern No.5
The start pattern No. is automatically assigned from DI5 to DI9, and the key mark is
displayed. To select start pattern No.5, short across DI COM (terminal No.44) and DI5
(terminal No.38), and DI7 (terminal No.40) according to the following table.
DI
Start Pattern No.
(terminal No.)
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
DI5 (38)
DI6 (39)
DI7 (40)
*
*
* *
*
*
* *
* * * *
DI8 (41)
*
*
* *
*
*
* *
* * * *
* * * * * * * *
*
*
* *
*
* * * * *
DI9 (42)
* mark indicates short across DI COM (44).
Note
When start pattern No.0 is selected (DI input in OPEN state), the start pattern No.
becomes No.1.
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13-2
OPTION SETTINGS (DI, AO, HB, COM)
Analog Output
This function is optional and is not displayed when it is not installed.
All of the following assignments are possible for both Analog Output 1 (Ao1) and Analog
Output 2 (Ao2).
(1)
Analog Output type
5-5
Ao1MD:
Ao1_L:
Ao1_H:
PV
SV
DEV
OUT1
(2)
Setting range
PV
0 . 0℃
1 3 7 0 . 0℃
PV, SV, DEV, OUT1, CH2_PV,
CH2_SV, CH2_DEV,OUT2
Ao1: PV
Ao2: SV
Initial value
Measured value (CH1)
Target set value (CH1)
Deviation of PV and SV (CH1)
Control Output 1
CH2_PV
CH2_SV
CH2_DEV
OUT2
Measured value (CH2)
Target set value (CH2)
Deviation of PV and SV (CH2)
Control Output 2
Scaling Analog Output
5-5
Ao1MD:
Ao1_L:
Ao1_H:
PV
0 . 0℃
1 3 7 0 . 0℃
Setting ranges and defaults
(Ao1_L < Ao1_H, or Ao2_L < Ao2_H)
Description
Analog output Type
Setting Range
Ao1_L analog output 1
lower limit scaling
Ao2_L analog output 2
lower limit scaling
PV, SV,
CH2_PV, CH2_SV
Within measuring range
DEV, CH2_DEV
-100.0 to 100.0%
OUT1, OUT2
0.0 to 100.0%
Ao1_H analog output 1
higher limit scaling
Ao2_H analog output 2
higher limit scaling
PV, SV,
CH2_PV, CH2_SV
Within measuring range
DEV, CH2_DEV
-100.0 to 100.0%
OUT1, OUT2
0.0 to 100.0%
Default
Setting range
lower limit value
0.0%
Setting range
higher limit value
100.0%
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OPTION SETTINGS (DI, AO, HB, COM)
13-3
85
Setting the Heater Break/Heater Loop Alarms
This function is optional and is not displayed when it is not available.
This function outputs an alarm when the heater has burned out during control (heater
break) or when some trouble on the final control element causes a heater current to flow
when output is OFF (heater loop error).
Alarm output is assigned to EVENT/DO (external output), and HBA (heater break alarm)
or HLA (heater loop alarm) is assigned for use.
Heater Break Alarm and Heater Loop Alarm can be used when Control Output 1 or
Control Output 2 is a contact (Y) or SSR drive voltage (P).
These alarms cannot be used if control output is current (I) or voltage (V).
Hysteresis is fixed to 0.2A.
(1)
Connecting the Current Transformer (CT)
Pass the load wire through the hole of the CT (provided with this device).
Wire from the CT terminal to the CT input terminal on this device.
The wire has no polarity.
For 30A CT CTL-6-S
For 50A CT CTL-12-S36-8
Rear terminal (CT input terminal) To ⑤, ⑥
Heater (load) wiring
CT
(2)
Heater current monitor
The monitor displays the current value detected by the current transformer (CT).
5-7
He a t e r [
0.0A]
HBA:
OFF
HLA:
OFF
HBM: Lock
HB:
Display range
0.0 to 50.0 A
O U TH 1
"HB_HH" is displayed on the LCD display screen when the detection current exceeds
55.0A.
"----" is displayed on the LCD display screen when the current cannot be detected.
(3)
Heater Break Alarm current (HBA)
An alarm is output when the current of the load wire is smaller than the preset value.
5-7
He a t e r [
0.0A]
HBA:
OFF
HLA:
OFF
HBM: Lock
HB:
Note
Setting range
Initial value
OFF, 0.1 to 50.0 A
OFF
O U TH 1
To use Heater Break Alarm, HBA must be assigned for EVENT/DO in
EVENT/DO group.
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(4)
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OPTION SETTINGS (DI, AO, HB, COM)
Heater Loop Alarm current (HLA)
An alarm is output when the current of the load wire is greater than the preset value.
5-7
He a t e r [
0.0A]
HBA:
OFF
HLA:
OFF
HBM: Lock
HB:
Note
(5)
Setting range
Initial value
OFF, 0.1 to 50.0 A
OFF
O U TH 1
To use Heater Loop Alarm, HLA must be assigned for EVENT/DO in EVENT/DO
group.
Heater Break/Heater Loop Alarm mode (HBM)
You can select the real mode or the lock mode as the alarm output mode.
5-7
He a t e r [
0.0A]
HBA:
OFF
HLA:
OFF
HBM: Lock
HB:
Real
Lock
(6)
Setting range
Initial value
Real, Lock
Real
O U TH 1
Once the alarm is output, alarm output is canceled when the heater current
returns to normal.
Once the alarm is output, alarm output is locked (fixed), and is output
continuously even if the heater current returns to normal.
Alarm output can be canceled by setting HBA/HLA to OFF or turning the
power OFF.
Heater Break detection Selection (HB)
Select the control output at which Heater Break is detected.
This parameter can be set when another choice besides the 1-output specification is
selected, and specified either Y/Y, P/P, Y/P, or P/Y for output 1/output 2.
5-7
He a t e r [
0.0A]
HBA:
OFF
HLA:
OFF
HBM: Lock
HB:
Setting range
Initial value
O U TH 1
OUT1, OUT2
OUT1
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13-4
(1)
87
Communication
Setting communication
For details, refer to the separate manual "FP23 Series Programmable Controller,
Communications Interface (RS-232C/RS-485)."
This section explains only setting items.
5-8
COM PROT:
ADDR:
BPS :
MEM :
SHIMADEN
1
9600
EEP
5-9
COM DATA:
PARI:
STOP:
DELY:
7
EVEN
1
10 ms
5-10
COM CTRL: STX_ETX_CR
BCC: ADD
PROT: Communication protocol
Setting range
SHIMADEN, MOD_ASC,
MOD_RTU
Initial value
SHIMADEN
ADDR: Communication address
Setting range
1 to 98
Initial value
1
BPS: Communication speed
Setting range
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 bps
Initial value
9600 bps
MEM: Communication memory mode
Setting range
EEP, RAM, R_E
Initial value
EEP
DATA: Communication data length
Setting range
7, 8
Initial value
7
PARI: Communication parity
Setting range
EVEN, ODD, NONE
Initial value
EVEN
STOP: Communication stop bit
Setting range
1, 2
Initial value
1
DELY: Communication delay time
Setting range
1 to 50 ms
Initial value
10 ms
CTRL: Control code
Setting range
STX_ETX_CR,
STX_ETX_CRLF, @_: _CR
Initial value
STX_ETX_CR
BCC: Block Check Character
Setting range
ADD, ADD_two’s cmp,
XOR, None
Initial value
ADD
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Communication Mode (COM)
Select whether or not to set or change various data using the front panel keys (local) or
by communication (option).
1-1
AT :
MAN:
COM
OFF
OFF
LOCAL
CH
1
AT :
MAN:
COM
OFF
OFF
LOCAL
CH
1
Setting range
Initial value
LOCAL, COM
LOCAL
In the LOCAL mode, the key sign is displayed at the communication selection, indicating
that changing from LOCAL (local) to COM (communication) by the front panel keys isn’t
possible.
Even in the LOCAL mode, the Communication mode can be changed from LOCAL to
COM by sending commands to the FP23 from the host.
In the COM mode, the Communication mode can also be changed from COM to LOCAL
by operating the front panel keys.
LOCAL
Settings can be made using the front panel keys.
(Settings cannot be made by communication.)
COM
Settings can be made by communication.
(Settings cannot be made by the front panel keys.)
14
KEY LOCK SETTING
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14 KEY LOCK SETTING
14-1
Setting Key Lock
(1)
Displaying the key lock screen
To call up the LOCK, etc. screen group (group 8) from the basic screen, press the GRP
key.
Press the SCRN key in the LOCK, etc. screen group to switch to the screens for making
and changing setups.
Select parameters in screens by pressing the
key.
or
Set parameters by pressing the
and register settings.
0-0
Basic Screen
PTN
1
OUT1 0
0.0%
STEP
8-0
GRP
1
50
100
Lock, etc Screen
LOCK,
DISP
etc
Key Lock, SV Limit,
Time Unit, ADV Mode
SCRN
Dotted line indicates that
the same key must be
pressed more than once
(2)
key, and press the ENT key to fix
ENT
+
SCRN
8-1
KLOCK:
OUTPUT:
IR COM:
[ 2in
OFF
Dual
ON
2out 1loop ]
GRP
Key lock
When Key lock is applied,  (key mark) is displayed at the relevant parameter on
the LCD screen and the parameter cannot be set or changed.
8-1
KLOCK OFF
OUTPUT: Dual
IR COM: ON
[ 2in 2out 1loop ]
LOCK1
LOCK2
LOCK3
Setting range
Initial value
OFF, LOCK1, LOCK2, LOCK3
OFF
Locks parameters other than SV-related, AT, MAN, and EVENT/DO
parameters.
Locks parameters other than SV-related parameters.
Locks all parameters. (excluding the key lock parameter itself)
For details on parameters that are locked, see "18 List of Parameters."
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15 MONITORING, EXECUTING & STOPPING
OPERATION
To execute Program control or Fixed value control, the basic screen (No.0-0) must be
displayed.
When another screen is displayed, press the DISP key to move to the basic screen.
15-1
Flow of Basic Screen under 2-loop Specification
As this section indicates that the basic screen contents and transition, you may skip this
section in case another choice besides the 2-loop specification is selected.
Under the 2-loop specification, three Display Modes are offered as the Basic screen on
the LCD screen; Display mode 1: Screen 0-0 - Basic screen for CH1, Display mode 2:
Screen 0-0A - Basic screen for CH2, and Display mode 3: Screen 0-0B - PV Basic
screen.
By pressing the DISP key, the LCD screen will be switched to another to display the
desired channel which is under control operation.
DISP
0-0
0-0B
0-0A
PROG CONTROLLER
PROG CONTROLLER
RUN
HLD
MAN
FIX
EV1
EV2
EV3
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
EXT
RUN
COM
FIX
EV1
EV2
EV3
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
PV
AT
点
Lit
灯
OUT1
PROG CONTROLLER
COM
RUN
SV
STEP
AT
点
Lit
SV
SCRN
DISP
STEP
EV1
EV2
EV3
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
EXT
COM
PV
OUT1
OUT2
SV
STEP
RUN
GRP
SCRN
ENT
FP23
Display
mode 1
表示モード1
PTN
DISP
RUN
DISP
ENT
FP23
FIX
灯
PTN
RUN
GRP
MAN
PV
PV
OUT1
OUT2
HLD
CH2
PTN
DISP
EXT
PV
PV
OUT2
MAN
CH2
CH2
AT
HLD
DISP
GRP
SCRN
ENT
FP23
Display
mode 2
表示モード2
Display
mode 3
表示モード3
The channel number and the contents on the Basic screen are linked to the PV display,
SV display, and status lamps (RUN, HLD, MAN, FIX, EXT, AT). For example, when the
CH2 lamp does not illuminates, CH1 information is displayed, or when the CH2 lamp
illuminates, CH2 information is displayed.
By using DISP key Display/channel mode switching is available at the Basic screen only.
When the Display mode 3 is selected, PV of CH1 is displayed on the PV display, PV of
CH2 is displayed on the SV display, and statuses of CH1 are reflected on the status
lamps respectively.
Information offered according to Display modes on 7-segment LED/Status
lamps
Display mode 1
Display mode 2
Status lamps
CH1
CH2
7-segment LED, upper
CH1 PV
CH2 PV
7-segment LED, lower
CH1 SV
CH2 SV
*1 CH2 lamp on PV display lits.
*2 PV lamp on SV display lits
Display mode 3
CH1
*1
CH1 PV
CH2 PV
*2
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MONITORING, EXECUTING & STOPPING OPERATION
Even if the Basic screen transits to another by pressing the GRP key, PV/SV display
shows values for the current channel. The Basic screen, which returns by pressing a
DISP key, indicates the contents that are shown just before the pressing the GRP key.
15-2
Operations in Basic Screen
The following operations are possible in the basic screen in a reset state:
(1) Setting the start pattern
(2) Setting the start step
(3) Setting FIX mode (between the Program mode and the FIX mode)
(4) Changing FIX SV value (can be changed while execution)
(5) Start/Stop Program control/Fixed value control
(1)
Setting the start pattern
Set the start pattern before the program is started.
When the PTN key is pressed in Basic screen group top screen, the program pattern No.
on the LCD display blinks and is incremented. (It can also be changed by the
or
key if it is blinking.)
When you press the ENT key after changing the program pattern No. to fix the setting,
blinking stops.
0-0
PTN
1
OUT1
0.0%
(2)
STEP
1
0
0-0
PTN
CH
1
5
OUT1
0.0%
Press 4 times
100
50
0-0
PTN
CH
1
100
50
0
PTN
1
STEP
ENT
5
OUT1
0.0%
1
STEP
0
CH
1
100
50
Setting the start step
Set the start step before the program is started.
When the STEP key is pressed in Basic screen group top screen, the program step No.
on the LCD display blinks and is incremented. (It can also be changed by the
or
key if it is blinking.)
When you press the ENT key after changing the program step No. to fix the setting,
blinking stops.
0-0
PTN
5
OUT1
0.0%
0
1
STEP
50
CH
1
100
0-0
PTN
5
STEP OUT1 %
0.0
Press 2 times
0
3
STEP
50
0-0
PTN
CH
1
100
ENT
5
OUT1
0.0%
0
3
STEP
50
When "0" is set to the start step, that pattern is not executed. To execute control, set a
value other than "0" to the start step.
CH
1
100
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93
Setting the FIX mode
When the PTN key is pressed in Basic screen group top screen, the program pattern
No. on the LCD display blinks and is incremented. (It can also be changed by the
or
key if it is blinking.)
When "F" is selected, and the ENT key is pressed to fix the setting, blinking stops.
0-0
PTN
1
OUT1
0.0%
0
STEP
50
1
0-0
PTN
CH
1
100
PTN
F
OUT1
0.0%
0
STEP
--50
0-0
PTN
CH
1
100
ENT
F
OUT1
0.0%
0
STEP
--50
CH
1
100
Note
When the mode is changed from the Program mode to the FIX mode, the move
operation changes depending on the FIX MOVE setting.
For details, see "10-4 FIX MOVE."
(4)
Setting the FIX SV value (only in FIX mode)
In the FIX mode, pressing the
or
key in Basic screen group top
,
screen causes the lowermost digit in the SV display to blink.
Press the
key to move the blinking section on the numerical value to the digit to be
changed, and press the
or
key to change the SV value. After changing the
SV value, press the ENT key to fix the setting. The blinking section on the numerical
value stops.
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15-3
MONITORING, EXECUTING & STOPPING OPERATION
Displaying the Step No. and SV
PROG
RUN HLD MAN
FIX
EV1 EV2 EV3
DO1 DO2 DO3
DO4 DO5
CONTROLLER
EXT COM
CH2
SV display
PV
AT
PV
OUT1
SV
OUT2
Start step
PTN
STEP
RUN
DISP
GRP
SCRN
ENT
FP23
The following table shows the relationship between the start step No. in Reset
state and the SV display.
0
SV display
Program mode
FIX mode
Starting SV
1
Starting SV
Start Step No.
2 to 400
Previous step’s SV
---
15-4
FIX SV
How to Start / Stop Control
Check the following again before starting control:
1. The LCD display shows the Basic screen (In 2-loop specification, the Basic
screen of the controlling channel)
2. Confirm if the FP23 is in the desired control mode (Program or FIX).
3. The LCD display shows the desired start pattern/start step.
Start control operation after confirming these items.
In the Basic screen (In 2-loop specification, the Basic screen of the controlling channel),
press the ENT + DISP keys, to start (RUN lamp lit) / stop control.
16
OPERATIONS DURING CONTROL
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16 OPERATIONS DURING CONTROL
16-1
Monitoring Control
(1)
Basic screen
During program control, the currently executing pattern and step are displayed.
During fixed value control, "F" is displayed on the pattern display, and "- - - " is displayed
on the step display indicating that the display is off.
0-0
PTN
F
OUT1
100.0%
(2)
CH
STEP
0
50
1
100
0-0
PTN
1
OUT1
100.0%
0
STEP
50
1
CH
1
100
Output value display
The output values of Control Output 1 (OUT1) and Control Output 2 (OUT2: option) are
displayed on the upper and lower sections, respectively, as a % and a bar graph.
In the 1-output specification, OUT2 is not displayed.
0-1
OUT1
100.0%
OUT2
0.0%
0
50
100
0
50
100
During manual output, OUT1 or OUT2 can be selected by the
key, and output can
be adjusted by operating the
,
or
key. For details, refer to “16-3
Switching Auto/Manual of Control Output”.
0-1
OUT1
30.0%
OUT2
0.0%
(3)
0
50
100
0
50
100
PV monitor
This screen is shown only in case of 2-input operation.
This is a monitoring screen to check input 1 or input 2 PV value, different from execution
PV value.
IN
P
IN
P
1
V
2
V
O .O℃
O .O℃
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(4)
OPERATIONS DURING CONTROL
Status monitor
This screen is displayed only in case of 2-loop specification.
This is a status monitor screen for the another channel, different from Basic screen.
0 -2
RU N
HL D
EX T
A
RUN
M AN
CH2
T
When any condition is detected, each of the □ located
subjacent to each parameter display will blink, or ■ is lit
reversed.
Lights during control is being executed. Blinks during program start delay
time (PRG.Wait).
Lights when the program is paused in Program mode. Blinks when the
pause caused by an input error in the Program mode or in the Fix mode.
Lights in the FIX mode.
Blinks when control output is set to manual operation (MAN).
Lights when start pattern No. selection (PTN2bit, PTN3bit, PTN4bit,
PTN5bit) are set to DI5 to DI8.
Lights during auto tuning standby. Blinks during auto tuning execution.
HLD
FIX
MAN
EXT
AT
(5)
F IX
Monitoring program status
This screen shows program execution for CH1 and CH2 status.
CH1 status is shown in the upper low, CH2 status is shown in the lower low.
0-3
GU A
U
P
LVL
D WN
C H1
GU A
U
P
LVL
D WN
C H2
GUA
UP
LVL
DWN
(6)
Lights in guarantee soak.
Lights at execution of ascending step.
Lights at execution of flat step.
Lights at execution of descending step.
Monitoring the remaining step time
This screen is displayed only during program control.
The remaining time of the currently executing step is displayed. The display returns to the
basic screen when a stop (RST) is input by DI or when the mode has moved to the FIX
mode by DI.
0-4
STE
Ti
P:
S:0
(7)
P
me
01
03
00h01m
0
50
CH
1
100
Monitoring the program
This screen graphically displays the program pattern.
With programs exceeding ten steps, you can scroll the monitor display in 1-step
increments by pressing the
key to display the next ten steps, or pressing the
key to display the previous ten steps.
0-5
PTN
1
STP
3
CH
1
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OPERATIONS DURING CONTROL
(8)
Monitoring the pattern link
This screen is displayed only during program control.
The pattern link settings and execution state are displayed.
The currently executing pattern No. is displayed blinking.
0-6
PTN
119-
(9)
L
2
5
7
ink
- 4 -10 - 4 -
321-
CH
5 -1 0
3 - 31 - 3-
2
3
1
Monitoring information during control execution
This screen is displayed only during control execution.
The states of the following four parameters are displayed.
Note, however, that only the PID No. is displayed during fixed value control (FIX).
0
P
P
S
P
T
T
T
I
7
N
N
P
D
L
R
L
N
NK:
EP:
OP:
o
PTN LNK
PTN REP
STP LOP
PID No.
1/
1/
1/
1
1
1
1
C
H
1
Indicates the pattern link execution count and setting count.
Indicates the pattern execution count and setting count.
Indicates the execution count and setting count of the step loop.
Indicates the PID No. currently in use.
97
98
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16-2
OPERATIONS DURING CONTROL
Executing and Stopping Auto Tuning
Auto tuning (AT) can be executed and stopped.
During execution of auto tuning, the AT LED indicator or of status monitor (screen 0-3)
blinks, lights during auto tuning standby, and go out when auto tuning ends or stops.
1-1
AT :
MAN:
C O M
:
Setting range
Initial value
CH
OFF
OFF
LOCAL
1
ON, OFF
OFF
What is "auto tuning?"
Auto tuning automatically calculates the optimum PID constants by the
limit cycle method so that control is executed using these values.
Note
As auto tuning is affected by the output limiter during execution, set the lower and
higher limit values of the control output value before executing auto tuning.
(Normally, set the lower limit value to 0% and the higher limit value to 100%.)
Auto tuning cannot be executed
Program Mode
FIX Mode
Reset state (RST)
Auto tuning cannot be executed
Auto tuning cannot be executed
Manual output (MAN)
Auto tuning cannot be executed
Auto tuning cannot be executed
Zone PID set to "PV"
Auto tuning cannot be executed
Auto tuning cannot be executed
PV value scale over
Auto tuning cannot be executed
Auto tuning cannot be executed
PID P=OFF
(ON-OFF control)
Auto tuning standby
Auto tuning cannot be executed
Auto tuning end conditions
Program Mode
FIX Mode
When the RUN state changes to the reset (RST) state
End of auto tuning
End of auto tuning
When output has elapsed for about 200 minutes in a 0% or 100% state
End of auto tuning
End of auto tuning
At power interruption
End of auto tuning
End of auto tuning
---
End of auto tuning
When computation of all PID Nos. (No.1 to No.10) has ended
End of auto tuning
---
When PV value has exceeded the scale
End of auto tuning
End of auto tuning
When PID operation has ended
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OPERATIONS DURING CONTROL
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About auto tuning during program control
Once AT has been executed, the program judges whether the current step is a ramp
section or a flat section, and stands by for the next step in an AT standby state (lamp lit)
on ramp sections. At flat sections, AT is executed (lamp blinks) using the PID No. of that
step.
Note, however, that under the conditions, the above operation sometimes is not
performed.
(1) If the FP23 is in Hold state, AT is executed even if the current step is a ramp
section.
(2) AT forcibly ends at PV scale over.
(3) The state changes to the AT standby state when P=OFF (ON-OFF control).
(4) For PID Nos. obtained by AT execution once and set with appropriate PID values,
the state is the AT standby state even on flat sections until the program ends, and
AT is not executed as long as AT is not performed again.
The following shows an example of AT execution at Step3.
SV5/SV6
PID3 AT
execution
SV3/SV4
PID2 AT
standby
PID2 AT
execution
SV1/SV2
Start SV
AT ON
Step1
PID1
Step2
PID1
Step3
PID2
Step4
PID2
Step5
PID3
Step6
PID3
Step7
PID2
Step8
PID2
Step3 AT is in a standby state as the step is a ramp section. (AT LED lit)
Step4 AT of flat section PID2 is executed (AT LED blinks), and becomes a standby state at
the remaining time (AT LED lit).
Step5 AT is in a standby state as the step is a ramp section. (AT LED lit)
Step6 AT of flat section PID3 is executed (AT LED blinks), and becomes a standby state at the
remaining time (AT LED lit).
Step7 AT is in a standby state as the step is a ramp section. (AT LED lit)
Step8 AT is in a standby state (AT LED lit) as computation of PID2 has ended at Step4.
*1
AT also ends (AT LED Out) at program end (Step8).
*2
In the case of this example, AT of PID1 is not performed.
Note
Š When there is not enough step execution time at flat sections, and AT does not
end, AT execution of that No. is carried out to the next time.
About auto tuning during fixed value control (FIX)
During FIX control, the AT lamp blinks from the moment that AT is started.
When AT ends, the AT lamp automatically goes out.
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16-3
OPERATIONS DURING CONTROL
Switching Auto/Manual of Control Output
Normally, automatic operation is performed. However, use this item to manually set
control output, for example, during device testing.
During manual output, note that the set value is continually output and feedback control
is not performed.
During manual output, the MAN monitor lamp and status monitor (screen 0-2) are
displayed blinking.
1-1
AT :
MAN:
C O M
:
OFF
OFF
LOCAL
Setting range
Initial value
CH
1
OFF, ON
OFF
The manual execution conditions (common to front panel keys and external switch input)
are as follows:
(1) AT must not be in progress.
(2) The FP23 must not be in a Reset (RST) state.
(1)
Manual output operations
In a 1-output specification, the output value of OUT2 and the output bar graph are not
displayed on the screen.
1-1
AT :
MAN:
C O M
:
OFF
ON
LOCAL
CH
1
0-1
OUT1
30.0%
OUT2
0.0%
0
50
100
0
50
100
1. In the setup screen (1-1), select MAN (manual) using the cursor, and select ON
to register manual output.
2. Next, to perform control output manually, move to the basic screen (group 0)
by the DISP key, and move to the output value display (0-1) screen by the SCRN
key. At this time, make sure that the cursor ( ) is displayed at the top left of the
LCD screen.
3. You can select OUT1 or OUT2 by the
key, and adjust the output by the
,
or
key.
There is no need to register and fix settings by the ENT key.
Note
In the case of 2-loop specification, switching to Manual control mode has to be done
in each channel.
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OPERATIONS DURING CONTROL
(2)
101
Simple key-based manual output operations
In the output value display screen (0-1), you can switch automatic/manual by pressing
the ENT +
keys for OUT1, or the ENT +
keys for OUT2.
0-1
OUT1
30.0%
OUT2
0.0%
50
0
50
+
ENT
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0
100
100
0-1
OUT1
30.0%
OUT2
0.0%
0
50
100
0
50
100
or ENT +
Temporarily Holding (HLD) and Resuming Program Execution
Hold is a function for temporarily holding program control. When this function is set to ON,
HLD is executed, and when it is set to OFF, HLD is canceled.
During HLD execution, the HLD monitor lamp, and of the status monitor (screen 0-2)
are lit.
1-2
HLD:
ADV:
Start
CH
OFF
OFF
PTN:
1
Setting range
Initial value
OFF, ON
OFF
1
In the following example, the remaining Step5’s period is used to reach SV5 after HLD is
canceled.
Remaining period T
Remaining period T
SV5/SV6
SV3/SV4
HLD execution
HLD cancel
SV reaches after
the remaining
period T
SV1/SV2
Start SV
Time
Step1 Step2 Step3 Step4
Step5
Step5
extended
Step6
*1 HLD is enabled even in the guarantee soak.
*2 ADV cannot be executed during HLD.
*3 HLD operation by key entry or communication is enabled only when DI is not assigned. (DI
input is given priority.)
*4 When a program is executed with HLD DI input ON, program execution is dependent on the
SV value of the PV start function.
Ex:
When PV start is ON, hold by SV value of PV start
When PV start is OFF, hold by start SV
*5 During HLD, changes to parameters are not reflected until HLD is canceled even if start V,
step SV and time signal related parameters are changed.
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16-5
OPERATIONS DURING CONTROL
Executing Advance (ADV)
Advance is a function for forcibly moving to the next step (or time) from the current step
(or time) during program execution.
1.
2.
Step move:
Time move:
Program advance in step units (single steps).
Program advance in time units.
For details on the setting of move action by ADV execution and ADV time when time
move is set, see "9-1 (5), Advance mode," and "9-1 (6), Advance time."
1-2
HLD:
ADV:
Start
PTN:
Note
Setting range
Initial value
CH
OFF
OFF
1
ON, OFF
OFF
1
ADV is disabled for about two second after ADV is executed.
In a guarantee soak (GUA) state, GUA is canceled on both the step and time, and
the program only moves to the next step.
Advance cannot be executed during a hold (HLD).
Example) Move by step (forcibly end step 5 and move to step 6)
SV5/SV6
Move to step 6
SV3/SV4
ADV execution
SV1/SV2
Start SV
Time
Step1
Step2
Step3
Step4
Step5
Step6
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Example) Move by time (move by ADV time only)
ADV time
SV5/SV6
SV3/SV4
ADV execution
SV1/SV2
Start SV
Time
Step1 Step2 Step3 Step4
Note
Step5
Step6
In time selection, when the ADV time is greater than the remaining time of that
step, advance beyond the next step is not performed, and the program only
advances to the next step in the same way as in step selection.
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ERROR DISPLAYS
105
17 ERROR DISPLAYS
17-1
Operation Check Abnormalities at Power ON
This device displays the following error codes on the PV display when an error is
detected.
Display
Cause

ROM error

RAM error

EEPROM error

Input 1 A/D error

Input 2 A/D error

Hardware error
In any of the states shown on
the left, all outputs turn OFF or
become 0%.
Request
If any of the messages shown in the table are displayed, repair or
replacement is required. Immediately turn the power OFF, and contact
your dealer.
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17-2
ERROR DISPLAYS
PV Input Abnormalities
When a PV input-related abnormality is detected during execution of control on this
device, the following error codes are displayed on the PV display.
Display
Cause

The PV value exceeded the measuring range lower limit (-10%FS).

The PV value exceeded the measuring range higher limit (+110%FS).
RTD Burnout
Thermocouple Burnout

One or two RTD-B burnout, or all leads of the RTDs burnout.
Action of this device in this case is PV moving excessively towards the
higher limit.

Reference junction compensation (-20°C) is at the lower limit.
(thermocouple input)

Reference junction compensation (+80°C) is at the higher limit.
(thermocouple input)
Request
Check input or the heater lead when the above messages are
displayed. If the input or the heater lead is not in error and there is
another probable cause, contact your dealer.
17-3
Heater Current Abnormalities (option)
When a heater current abnormality is detected during execution of control on this device
the following error codes are displayed on the LCD.
Display
HB_HH
Cause
The heater current exceeds 55.0A.
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LIST OF PARAMETERS
107
18 LIST OF PARAMETERS
This chapter lists all of the parameters used by the FP23.
Parameters that cannot be set by the user are not listed.
Symbol
Indicates the parameter symbol displayed on the LCD screen.
(CH1), (CH2)
Related only to a 2-loop specification.
Description of Function
Indicates the display or setup details.
Setting range
Indicates the range of parameters or numerical values that can be
set.
Initial Value
Indicates the factory default.
(Excluding instances where this device is shipped with values
customized to customer specified values)
Lock
Number indicates the level at which key lock is valid.
*
18-1
Indicates a parameter that may be initialized when one of a range
setting, unit setting or PV scaling setting has been changed.
Parameters marked by * may need to be confirmed again when
the above settings have been changed.
Execution Screen Group (group 1)
Description of
Function
Symbol
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Loc
k
Auto Tuning
ON/OFF
OFF
2
Manual output
ON/OFF
OFF
2
COM
Communication mode
LOC: Local settings
COM: Communications
settings
LOC
2
HLD
Hold
ON/OFF
OFF
1
ADV
Advance
ON/OFF
OFF
1
Start PTN
Start pattern No.
1 to 20
1
1
PTN Link Reps
Pattern link execution
count
0 to 9999
0
1
Link Format
1st to 20th
Pattern link settings
0 to assigned pattern higher
limit
0
1
FIX MODE
FIX mode selection
ON/OFF
OFF
1
FIX SV value setting
Within SV limit setting range
0 Unit
3
FIX PID
FIX PID No. selection
1 to 10
1
1
FIX MOVE
FIX move selection
EXE
EXE/STBY
EXE/TRCK
EXE
1
AT
MAN
FIX SV
*
*
108
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Symbol
Description
of Function
Setting Range
FIX EV Set Point
EV1 to EV3
*
FIX EV action
point setting
DEV_Hi: -25000 to 25000 Unit
DEV_Low: -25000 to 25000 Unit
DEV_Out: 0 to 25000 Unit
DEV_In: 0 to 25000 Unit
PV_Hi: Within measuring range
FIX DO Set Point
DO1 to DO9 *
FIX DO
action point
setting
DEV_Hi: -25000 to 25000 Unit
DEV_Low: -25000 to 25000 Unit
DEV_Out: 0 to 25000 Unit
DEV_In: 0 to 25000 Unit
PV_Hi: Within measuring range
Initial Value
Lock
25000 Unit
-25000 Unit
25000 Unit
25000 Unit
Measuring range
higher limit value
PV_Low: Within measuring range Measuring range
higher limit value
2
25000 Unit
-25000 Unit
25000 Unit
25000 Unit
Measuring range
higher limit value
Measuring range
higher limit value
2
PV_Low: Within measuring
range
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LIST OF PARAMETERS
Program Screen Group (group 2)
Description of
Function
Symbol
Initial
Value
Setting Range
Lock
Num.of STEP
Number of steps
0 to assigned step higher limit
20
1
Start STEP
Start step
0 to number of steps
1
1
Start SV
Within SV limiter setting range
0 Unit
3
Pattern execution count 1 to 9999 times
1
1
Start
Start step No.
1 to number of steps
1
1
End
End step No.
1 to number of steps
1
1
Reps
Execution count
1 to 9999 times
1
1
Start SV
*
PTN Reps
Loop Setup
GUArantee Soak
Zone
*
Guarantee soak zone
OFF, 1 to 9999 Unit
OFF
1
Time
*
Guarantee soak time
00: 00 to 99: 59
00: 00
1
PV start
ON/OFF
OFF
1
DEV_Hi: -25000 to 25000 Unit
DEV_Low: -25000 to 25000 Unit
DEV_Out: 0 to 25000 Unit
DEV_In: 0 to 25000 Unit
PV_Hi: Within measuring range
25000 Unit
-25000 Unit
25000 Unit
25000 Unit
Measuring
range higher
limit value
Measuring
range higher
limit value
2
PV Start
EV Set Point
EV action point setting
EV1 to EV3 *
PV_Low: Within measuring range
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LIST OF PARAMETERS
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Description of
Function
Symbol
DO Set Point DO action point setting
DO1 to DO9 *
Initial
Value
Setting Range
DEV_Hi: -25000 to 25000 Unit
DEV_Low: -25000 to 25000 Unit
DEV_Out: 0 to 25000 Unit
DEV_In: 0 to 25000 Unit
PV_Hi: Within measuring range
PV_Low: Within measuring range
Lock
25000 Unit
-25000 Unit
25000 Unit
25000 Unit
Measuring
range higher
limit value
Measuring
range higher
limit value
2
TS1 to TS8
ON STEP
Time signal ON step
OFF, 1 to number of steps
OFF
1
ON Time
Time signal ON time
00:00 to 99:59
00:00
1
OFF STEP
Time signal OFF step
OFF, 1 to number of steps
OFF
1
OFF Time
Time signal OFF time
00:00 to 99:59
00:00
1
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Step Screen Group (group 2S)
Description of
Function
Symbol
Setting Range
Initial Value
Lock
STEP001 to 400
SV
*
Step SV
Within SV limiter setting range
0 Unit
3
Time
Step time
00:00 to 99:59
00:01
1
PID
Step PID No.
0 to 10
0
1
110
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18-4
LIST OF PARAMETERS
PID Screen Group (group 3)
Symbol
Description of Function
Setting Range
Initial Value
Lock
PID (01 to 10) -OUT1
P
No.1 proportional band (OUT1)
OFF, 0.1 to 999.9 %
3.0 %
1
I
No.1 integral time (OUT1)
OFF, 1 to 6000 s
120 s
1
D
No.1 differential time (OUT1)
OFF, 1 to 3600 s
30 s
1
1 to 9999 Unit
20 Unit
1
-50.0 to 50.0 %
0.0 %
-50.0 %
(1-loop,2-out)
1
* No.1 hysteresis (OUT1)
DF
MR
No.1 manual reset (OUT1)
SF
ZN
*
No.1 set value function (OUT1)
0.00 to 1.00
0.40
1
No.1 PID zone (CH1)
Within measuring range
0 Unit
1
PID (01 to 10) -OUT2
P
No.1 proportional band (OUT2)
(CH2)
OFF, 0.1 to 999.9 %
3.0 %
1
I
No.1 integral time (OUT2) (CH2)
OFF, 1 to 6000 s
120 s
1
D
No.1 differential time (OUT2) (CH2) OFF, 1 to 3600 s
30 s
1
DF
* No.1 hysteresis (OUT2) (CH2)
1 to 9999 Unit
20 Unit
1
DB
* No.1 dead band (OUT2)
-19999 to 20000 Unit
0 Unit
1
1
MR
No.1 manual reset (CH2)
-50.0 to 50.0 %
0.0 %
SF
No.1 target value function (OUT2)
(CH2)
0.00 to 1.00
0.40
ZN
* No.1 PID zone (CH2)
PID01-10 No.1 output limiter lower limit value
OUT1L (OUT1)
Within measuring range 0 Unit
0.0 to 100.0 %
0.0 %
1
1
1
OUT1H
No.1 output limiter higher limit value
0.0 to 100.0 %
(OUT1)
100.0 %
OUT2L
No.1 output limiter lower limit value
(OUT2)
0.0 %
OUT2H
No.1 output limiter higher limit value
0.0 to 100.0 %
(OUT2)
100.0 %
Zone 1 PID mode
OFF: No switching
PV: PV zone switching
SV: SV zone switching
OFF
1
HYS1 * Zone 1 hysteresis
0 to 10000 Unit
20 Unit
1
PID2
Zone 2 PID mode (CH2)
OFF: No switching
PV: PV zone switching
SV: SV zone switching
OFF
1
HYS2 *
Zone 2 hysteresis (CH2)
0 to 10000 Unit
20 Unit
1
0 to 10000 Unit
0
1
Zone
PID1
AT Point * Auto tuning point
0.0 to 100.0 %
1
1
1
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LIST OF PARAMETERS
18-5
111
EVENT/DO Screen Group (group 4)
Symbol
Description of
Function
Setting Range
Initial Value Lock
EV1 to EV3, DO1 to DO9
MD
EV1 to 3
DO1 to 9
Operation mode
None
DEV Hi
DEV Low
DEV Out
: No action
: Higher limit deviation
: Lower limit deviation
: Outside higher/lower limit
deviation
DEV In
: Inside higher/lower limit
deviation
PV Hi
: PV higher limit absolute value
PV Low
: PV lower limit absolute value
SO
: Scale over
FIX
: In FIX mode
AT
: Auto tuning execution in
progress
MAN
: Manual output
LOGIC
: Logic operation (*1 *2)
Direct
: Direct output (*3)
RUN
: RUN
HLD
: Program hold
GUA
: Guarantee soak zone
STEP
: Step signal
PRG.END : Program end signal
TS1
: Time signal 1
TS2
: Time signal 2
TS3
: Time signal 3
TS4
: Time signal 4
TS5
: Time signal 5
TS6
: Time signal 6
TS7
: Time signal 7
TS8
: Time signal 8
HBA
: Heater Break Alarm output (*4)
HLA
: Heater Loop Alarm output (*4)
EV1: DEV Hi
1
EV2: DEV Low
EV3: RUN
DO1 to 9: None
N.O.: Normally open
EV1 to EV3
DO1 to DO9 output N.C.: Normally closed
characteristics
N.O.
EV1 to EV3
DO1 to DO9
hysteresis
1 to 9999 Unit
20 Unit
1
IH
EV1 to EV3
DO1 to DO9
standby action
OFF, 1/2/3
OFF
1
DLY
EV1 to EV3
DO1 to DO9
delay time
OFF, 1 to 9999 s
OFF
1
ACT
DF
*
1
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Symbol
Description of
Function
Setting Range
LIST OF PARAMETERS
Initial
Value
Lock
EV1 to EV3 / DO1 to DO3
SRC1
SRC2
Source input1
Source input 2
None/TS1 to TS8/TS1-C2 to TS8-C2/
DI1 to DI10
None
1
Gate1
Gate2
Gate input1
Gate input 2
BUF/INV/FF
BUF
1
Log MD
Logic operation mode AND/OR/XOR
AND
1
None
1
DO4, DO5 (when MD = LOGIC)
SRC
Source input
None/TS1 to TS8/TS1-C2 to TS8-C2/
DI1 to DI10
Log MD
Logic operation mode Timer / Counter
Timer
1
Time
Timer
OFF, 1 to 5000 s
OFF
1
Count
Counter
OFF, 1 to 5000
OFF
1
*1 Logic operation (AND, OR, XOR) can be assigned only to LOGIC EV1 to EV3, and DO1
to DO3.
*2 Logic operation (Timer, Count) can be assigned only to DO4 and DO5.
*3 Direct output can be assigned only to DO6 to DO9 with communication interface.
*4 This function is optional and is not displayed when it is not installed.
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LIST OF PARAMETERS
18-6
113
DI/Option Screen Group (group 5)
Symbol
Description of
Function
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Lock
---
DI assignment channel
(in 2-loop)
CH1/CH2/CH1+2
CH1
1
DI1
DI1 assignment
RUN/RST (fixed)
---
1
DI2
DI2 assignment
None
RUN/RST
RST
HLD
ADV
FIX
MAN
LOGIC
None
1
DI3
DI4
DI6
DI7
DI9
DI10
DI3 assignment
DI4 assignment
DI6 assignment
DI7 assignment
DI9 assignment
DI10 assignment
None
RUN/RST
RST
HLD
ADV
FIX
MAN
LOGIC
None
1
DI5
DI5 assignment
None
RUN/RST
RST
HLD
ADV
FIX
MAN
LOGIC
PTN2bit
PTN3bit
PTN4bit
PTN5bit
None
1
DI8
DI8 assignment
None
RUN/RST
RST
HLD
ADV
FIX
MAN
LOGIC
PTN2bit
PTN3bit
None
1
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Symbol
Description
of Function
LIST OF PARAMETERS
Initial
Value
Setting Range
Ao1MD
Analog output 1
type
PV
SV
DEV
OUT1
CH2_PV
CH2_SV
CH2_DEV
OUT2
Ao1_L *
Analog output 1
lower limit side
scaling
Setting range
PV, SV, CH2_PV, CH2_SV:
Within measuring range lower limit
value
DEV, CH2_DEV2 : -100.0 to 100.0 %
OUT1, OUT2
: 0.0 to 100.0 %
1
Ao1_H * Analog output 1
higher limit side
scaling
Setting range
PV, SV, CH2_PV, CH2_SV:
Within measuring range higher limit
value
DEV, CH2_DEV2 : -100.0 to 100.0 %
OUT1, OUT2
: 0.0 to 100.0 %
1
Ao2MD
Analog output 2
type
PV
: CH1 Measurement value
SV
: CH1 Setting value
DEV
: CH1 Deviation value
OUT1
: Output 1
CH2_PV : CH2 Measurement value
CH2_SV : CH2 Measurement value
CH2_DEV : CH2 Measurement value
OUT2
: Output 2
1
Ao2_L *
Analog output 2
lower limit side
scaling
Setting range
PV, SV, CH2_PV, CH2_SV:
Within measuring range lower limit
value
DEV, CH2_DEV2 : -100.0 to 100.0 %
OUT1, OUT2
: 0.0 to 100.0 %
1
Ao2_H * Analog output 2
higher limit side
scaling
Setting range
PV, SV, CH2_PV, CH2_SV:
Within measuring range higher limit
value
DEV, CH2_DEV2 : -100.0 to 100.0 %
OUT1, OUT2
: 0.0 to 100.0 %
1
Heater
Heater current
value monitor
0.0 to 50.0A
---
---
HBA
Heater Break
alarm
OFF, 0.1 to 50.0 A
OFF
1
HLA
Heater loop alarm
OFF, 0.1 to 50.0 A
OFF
1
HBM
Heater Break
mode
Lock: Lock
Real: Real
Lock
1
HB
Heater current
detection
selection
OUT1: Control Output 1
OUT2: Control Output 2
OUT1
1
*1
: CH1 Measurement value
: CH1 Setting value
: CH1 Deviation value
: Output 1
: CH2 Measurement value
: CH2 Measurement value
: CH2 Measurement value
: Output 2
Lock
PV
SV
1
(*1)
HB can be selected when another choice besides 1-output is specified, and the
output1/output2 is any combination from Y/Y, P/P, Y/P or P/Y.
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LIST OF PARAMETERS
Symbol
115
Description of
Function
Initial
Value
Setting Range
Lock
COM
PROT
Communication protocol
SHIMADEN, MOD_ASC,
MOD_RTU
SHIMADEN
1
ADDR
Communication address
1 to 98
1
1
BPS
Communication speed
2400 bps
4800 bps
9600 bps
19200 bps
9600 bps
1
MEM
Communication memory EEP : Write to EEPROM, RAM EEP
mode
RAM : Write to RAM only
R_E : Write to EEPROM other
than SV, COM mode, out
1
DATA
Communication data
length
7: 7 bit
8: 8 bit
7
1
PARI
Communication data
parity
EVEN/ODD/None
EVEN
1
STOP
Communication stop bit
1/2
1
1
DELY
Communication delay
time
1 to 50 ms
10 ms
1
CTRL*1
Communication control
code
STX_ETX_CR
STX_ETX_CRLF
@_: _CR
STX_ETX_CR
1
BCC *1
Communication BCC
check
ADD
ADD_two’s cmp
XOR
None
ADD
1
*1 SHIMADEN protocol only
- DI5 to DI10 and Ao1MD to BCC are optional and are not displayed when they are not
installed.
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LIST OF PARAMETERS
Control Output Screen Group (group 6)
Symbol
Description of
Function
Setting Range
Initial Value
Lock
OUT1 ACT
Output 1 control
characteristics
Reverse: Reverse characteristics
Direct: Direct characteristics
Reverse
1
RST
Output preset value
at output 1 reset
0.0 to 100.0 %
0.0 %
1
ERR
Output preset value
at output 1 error
0.0 to 100.0 %
0.0 %
1
CYC
Output 1 proportional 1 to 120 s
cycle time
Contact (Y) : 30 s 1
SSR (P)
:3s
OUT2 ACT *1 Output 2 control
characteristics
Reverse: Reverse characteristics
Direct: Direct characteristics
Direct (1-loop)
Reverse (2-loop)
1
RST
*1
Output preset value
at output 2 reset
0.0 to 100.0 %
0.0 %
1
ERR
*1
Output preset value
at output 2 error
0.0 to 100.0 %
0.0 %
1
CYC
*1
Output 2 proportional 1 to 120 s
cycle time
Contact (Y) : 30 s 1
SSR (P) : 3 s
Output 1
rate-of-change
limiter
OFF, 0.1 to 100.0 %/s
OFF
1
Output 2
rate-of-change
limiter
OFF, 0.1 to 100.0 %/s
OFF
1
Rate Limiter
Out1
Out2
*1
*1 Control output 2 is optional and is not displayed when it is not installed.
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LIST OF PARAMETERS
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117
Unit/Range Screen Group (group 7)
Symbol
Description of
Function
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Lock
2-IN(func)
DEV
1
0/1
0
1
PV bias
-10000 to 10000 Unit
0 Unit
1
PV Filter
PV filter
OFF, 1 to 100 Sec
OFF
1
PV Slope *
*1
PV slope
0.500 to 1.500 Unit
1.000
1
PV bias
-10000~10000 Unit
0 Unit
1
PV Filter
PV filter
OFF,1~100 Sec
OFF
1
PV Slope *
*1
PV slope
0.500~1.500 Unit
1.000
1
PV bias
-10000~10000 Unit
0 Unit
1
PV Filter
PV filter
OFF,1~100 Sec
OFF
1
PV Slope *
*1
PV slope
0.500~1.500 Unit
1.000
1
RANGE
Measuring range
01 to 19: Thermocouple
31 to 58: RTD
71 to 77: Voltage (mV)
81 to 87: Voltage (V)
06
1
1
PV_MODE
PV1/PV2 Input mode
MAX
MIN
AVE
DEV
PV
SO_MODE
Scale over mode
PV Bias
*
: Max. value in 2-input
: Min. value in 2-input
: Average value in 2-input
: Deviation value in 2-input
: Input 1 PV
INPUT1
PV Bias
*
INPUT2
PV Bias
*
Sc_L
*
PV lower limit side scaling -19999 to 29990 Unit
0 Unit
Sc_H
*
PV higher limit side
scaling
-19989 to 30000 Unit
1000 Unit 1
UNIT
*
Measurement unit
RTD, TC : °C, °F
RTD, TC 1
: °C
I, V
:%
I, V
DP
*
Decimal point position
XXXXX.
XX.XXX
:%, °C, °F, None
XXXX.X
X.XXXX
XXX.XX
XXXX.X 1
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LIST OF PARAMETERS
Figure
*2
*
Number of digits past
decimal point
Normal : Digits past decimal point
Normal
Short : No digits past decimal point
1
CJ
*3
Cold junction
compensation
Internal : Internal compensation
External : External compensation
Internal
1
SQ.Root
*4
*
Square root extraction
OFF : No operation
ON : Operation
OFF
1
Low cut
*4
Low cut (Voltage input)
0.0 to 5.0 %
1.0 %
1
PMD
*5
Linearizer approximation
OFF : Approximation OFF
ON : Approximation ON
OFF
1
A1 to A11 *5
Linearizer approximation
input 1 to 11
-5.00 to 105.00 %
0.00 %
1
B1 to B11 *5
Linearizer approximation
output 1 to 11
-5.00 to 105.00 %
0.00 %
1
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
This screen is not displayed in the case of RTD and TC input.
This screen is not displayed in the case of voltage and current input.
This screen is displayed only in the case of TC input.
This screen is displayed only in the case of “square root function = ON”.
This screen is displayed only in the case of RTD and TC input.
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Lock, etc. Screen Group (group 8)
Symbol
Description of
Function
Setting Range
Initial Value
Lock
KLOCK
Key lock
OFF
: Release
LOCK1 : Other than SV,
CONTROL
LOCK2 : Other than SV
LOCK3 : All
OFF
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OUTPUT
Output mode
Single : 1-output
Dual : 2-output
1-output: Single
2-output: Dual
1
IR COM
Front panel
communication
ON : Enabled
OFF : Disabled
ON
1
SV Limit_L *
SV limiter lower limit
value
Within measuring range.
Note that L<H
Measuring range 1
lower limit value
SV Limit_H *
SV limiter higher limit
value
Within measuring range.
Note that L<H
Measuring range 1
higher limit value
Time Unit
Time unit
H/M: Hours/minutes
M/S: Minutes/second
H/M
1
PRG.Wait
Program control
execution delay time
00h00m to 99h59m
00h00m
1
SO Mode
Input error mode
HOLD : Hold state
RUN : RUN continued
RESET : Reset state
HOLD
1
POWER ON
Power interruption
compensation
RESET
CONTINUE
RESET
1
ADV Mode
Advance mode
Step : Step
Time : Time
Step
1
ADV Time
Advance time
00:00 to 99:59
00:00
1
CH1 PTN
CH1 assigned pattern 0 to 20
number
10
1
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PARAMETER SETUP RECORD SHEETS
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19 PARAMETER SETUP RECORD SHEETS
Lots of parameters are set on this device before use.
Users will find these sheets will come in handy to restore a system in the event of a
malfunction, for example, if they keep a detailed record of the product model No. they are
using and the values set on this device.
We recommend that you fully utilize these record sheets by making a blank copy of these
tables and entering the required values on the copied record sheet.
19-1
Product Model Code
FP23-
19-2
D
-
CTRL EXEC Parameters
Item
AT
MAN
HLD
ADV
Start PTN
PTN Link Reps
Link Format
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th
11th
12th
13th
14th
15th
16th
17th
18th
19th
20th
CH1
CH2
Item
FIX MODE
FIX SV
FIX PID
FIX MOVE
FIX EV1 Set Point
FIX EV2 Set Point
FIX EV3 Set Point
FIX DO1 Set Point
FIX DO2 Set Point
FIX DO3 Set Point
FIX DO4 Set Point
FIX DO5 Set Point
FIX DO6 Set Point
FIX DO7 Set Point
FIX DO8 Set Point
FIX DO9 Set Point
CH1
CH2
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PARAMETER SETUP RECORD SHEETS
PROG STEP Parameters
PTN No. _______
Item
CH1
CH2
Item
Num. of STEP
EV1 Set Point
Start STEP
EV2 Set Point
Start SV
EV3 Set Point
PTN Reps
DO1 Set Point
Loop setup
DO2 Set Point
Start
DO3 Set Point
End
DO4 Set Point
Reps
DO5 Set Point
GUArantee Soak
DO6 Set Point
Zone
DO7 Set Point
Time
DO8 Set Point
PV Start
DO9 Set Point
STEP No. _______
Item
CH1
CH2
Item
SV
Time
Time
PID
PID
STEP No. _______
CH1
CH2
CH1
CH2
CH1
CH2
STEP No. _______
CH1
CH2
Item
SV
SV
Time
Time
PID
PID
STEP No. _______
Item
CH2
STEP No. _______
SV
Item
CH1
STEP No. _______
CH1
CH2
Item
SV
SV
Time
Time
PID
PID
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PARAMETER SETUP RECORD SHEETS
STEP No. _______
Item
123
STEP No. _______
CH1
CH2
Item
SV
SV
Time
Time
PID
PID
STEP No. _______
Item
CH1
CH2
Item
CH1
CH2
Item
CH1
CH2
CH1
CH2
STEP No. _______
CH1
CH2
SV
SV
Time
Time
PID
PID
PTN No. _______
Item
CH1
CH2
Num. of STEP
EV1 Set Point
Start STEP
EV2 Set Point
Start SV
EV3 Set Point
PTN Reps
DO1 Set Point
Loop setup
DO2 Set Point
Start
DO3 Set Point
End
DO4 Set Point
Reps
DO5 Set Point
GUArantee Soak
DO6 Set Point
Zone
DO7 Set Point
Time
DO8 Set Point
PV Start
DO9 Set Point
STEP No. _______
Item
STEP No. _______
CH1
CH2
Item
SV
SV
Time
Time
PID
PID
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STEP No. _______
Item
PARAMETER SETUP RECORD SHEETS
STEP No. _______
CH1
CH2
Item
SV
SV
Time
Time
PID
PID
STEP No. _______
Item
CH1
CH2
Item
SV
Time
Time
PID
PID
STEP No. _______
CH1
CH2
CH1
CH2
CH1
CH2
STEP No. _______
CH1
CH2
Item
SV
SV
Time
Time
PID
PID
STEP No. _______
Item
CH2
STEP No. _______
SV
Item
CH1
STEP No. _______
CH1
CH2
Item
SV
SV
Time
Time
PID
PID
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PARAMETER SETUP RECORD SHEETS
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125
PID Parameters
OUT1 (CH1)
PID No.
P
I
D
DF
MR
SF
ZN
OUT1L OUT1H
I
D
DF
MR/DB
SF
ZN
OUT1L OUT1H
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
OUT2 (CH2)
PID No.
P
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
Zone PID
Item
Zone PID1
Zone HYS1
Zone PID2
Zone HYS2
AT Point
Set Value
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PARAMETER SETUP RECORD SHEETS
EVENT/DO Parameters
Item
EV1
EV2
EV3
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
DO8
DO9
---
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CH
MD
ACT
DF
IH
DLY
Log MD
SRC1
GATE1
SRC2
GATE2
Item
CH
MD
ACT
DF
IH
DLY
Log MD
SRC
---
---
---
---
Time /Count
---
---
---
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PARAMETER SETUP RECORD SHEETS
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DI/Options Parameters
Item
Set Value
CH set
Item
DI1
HBA
DI2
HLA
DI3
HBM
DI4
HB
DI5
COM
Set Value
PROT
DI6
ADDR
DI7
BPS
DI8
MEM
DI9
DATA
DI10
PARI
Ao1MD
---
STOP
Ao1 L
---
DELY
Ao1 H
---
CTRL
Ao2MD
---
BCC
Ao2 L
---
Ao2 H
---
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Control Output Parameters
Item
OUT1
OUT2
ACT
RST
ERR
CYC
Rate Limiter
19-8
Unit/Measuring Range Parameters
2-input related
Item
2-IN
(FUNC)
PV_MODE
Set Value
Item
INPUT1
SO_MODE
PV Bias
PV Filter
PV Slope
INPUT2
PV Bias
PV Filter
PV Slope
Set Value
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PARAMETER SETUP RECORD SHEETS
Input setting
Item
CH1
CH2
PV Bias
PV Filter
PV Slope
RANGE
Sc_L
Sc_H
UNIT
DP
Figure
CJ
SQ. Root
Low Cut
PMD
Input point set values
Input point No.
n
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
19-9
CH1
An
CH2
Bn
Lock, etc. Parameters
Item
Set value
KLOCK
OUTPUT
IR COM
Item
SV Limit_L
SV Limit_H
Time Unit
PRG.Wait
SO Mode
POWER ON
ADV Mode
ADV Time
CH1 set value
CH2 set value
An
Bn
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20 SPECIFICATIONS
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Display
LED display
Measured value (PV): 7-segment red LED 5 digits, height of characters 16 mm
Set value (SV)
: 7-segment green LED 5 digits, height of characters 11 mm
LCD display
PTN No., STP No., Graph Pattern, control output value, various
parameter displays
128 x 32 dot matrix liquid crystal display with yellow-green LED backlight
Action display lamps
17 action statuses display. Lights on or blinks depending on the status
RUN
Green
Lights when control is executed, brinks when
program execution is waiting
HLD
Green
Lights when program operation is stopped
temporarily, brinks when it is stopped by input
error
MAN
Green
Lights when manual control is in operation
FIX
Green
Lights when FIX (fixed value control) mode
EV1 to EV3 Orange Lights when event output is ON
DO1 to DO5 Orange Lights when DO output is ON
COM
Green
Lights when the communication mode is ON
EXT
Green
Lights when start pattern external switching is
assigned
AT
Green
Lights when auto tuning is in standby, brinks
when it is being executed
OUT1
Green
Control Output 1
OUT2
Green
Control Output 2
CH2
Green
Lights when CH2 PV and SV are displayed
(in 2-loop)
PV
Green
Lights when CH1 PV and CH2 SV (7-segment
LED in LED display) are displayed (in 2-loop)
Display accuracy
±(0.1% + 1digit) of measuring range (See Measuring Range Code Table
for individual ranges.)
TC input
±(0.1% FS + 1°C)
Pt input
±(0.1% FS + 0.1°C)
mV, V input
±(0.1% FS + 1 digit)
mA input
Depends on accuracy of externally attached resistor
(When ±0.1%FS accuracy is required, specify when ordering)
Temperature range for maintaining display accuracy
23°C±5°C
Display resolution
0.0001, 0.001, 0.01, 0.1, 1 (differs depending on measuring range)
Sampling cycle
0.1 seconds (100 msec)
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Setting
Local setting
By 10 front panel key switches
SV setting range
Same as measuring range (within setting limiter)
Higher/lower setting limiter
Any value in measuring range (lower limit value < higher limit value)
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SPECIFICATIONS
Input
Universal-input, multi-range
Thermocouple input, RTD input, voltage input (mV, V), current input (mA)
Thermocouple (TC)
Input type
B, R, S, K, E, J, T, N, PLII, PR40-20, WRe5-26, {L, U (DIN43710)}, K,
AuFe-Cr (Kelvin scale). For details, see Measuring Range Code Table.
Display range
±10% of measuring range
Allowable range of external resistance
100Ω max.
Input resistance
Approx. 500 kΩ
Cold junction compensation
Selectable between internal and external cold junction compensation
Internal cold junction compensation accuracy
±1°C (in range of 18 to 28°C)
Burnout functions
Standard feature (up scale)
RTD input type
JIS Pt100 /JPt100 3-wire type. For details, see Measuring Range Code
Table.
Display range
±10% of measuring range (not lower than -273.15°C)
Lead wire tolerance 10Ω max. per wire
Amperage
Approx. 1.1mA
Voltage input (mV, V) type
-10 to 10, 0 to 10, 0 to 20, 0 to 50, 10 to 50, 0 to 100, -100 to 100 mV
-1 to 1, 0 to 1, 0 to 2, 0 to 5, 1 to 5, 0 to 10, -10 to 10 V
Universal-input, programmable scaling
For details, see Measuring Range Code Table.
Input resistance
Approx. 500 kΩ
Current input (mA) type
4 to 20, 0 to 20 mA: universal-input and programmable scaling
For details, see Measuring Range Code Table.
Receiving resistance 250Ω by external resistor
Common functions
Sampling cycle
0.1 seconds (100 msec)
PV bias
±10000 Unit
PV slope
Input value x 0.500 to 1.500
PV filter
OFF, 1 to 100 seconds
Input operation
Possible with voltage or current input
Square root extraction operation
Low cut range 0.0 to 5.0% FS
Linearizer approximation
Number of input points: 11
Isolation
Insulated between input and DI input, or input and various outputs.
Not insulated between input and the system, or input and CT input.
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Control
Control output
1-output specification, 2-output specification
In the case of independent 2-channel control (CH1, CH2) specification,
control output 2 is the output on CH2 side.
Control system (common to Control Output 1 and 2)
Expert PID control with auto tuning function
Multi-PID
By PID Nos.01 to 10 (10 types)
Individual PID set on each step and FIX SV
Zone PID
Selectable between individual PID and zone PID (max. 10 zones)
Proportional band (P) OFF, 0.1 to 999.9% (OFF: ON-OFF action)
Integral time (I)
OFF, 1 to 6000 seconds (OFF: P or PD control)
Derivative time (D)
OFF, 1 to 3600 seconds (OFF: P or PI control)
Manual reset (MR)
-50.0 to 50.0% (available when I = OFF)
Dead band (DB)
-19999 to 20000 Unit (Control Output 2 in 1-loop/2-out specification)
Hysteresis (DF)
1 to 9999 Unit (at ON-OFF action, available when P = OFF)
Proportional cycle
1 to 120 seconds (at contact or SSR drive voltage output)
Control output type/rating (common to Control Outputs 1 and 2)
Y: Contact 1c, contact rating 240 V AC/2.5A resistive load, 1A inductive
load
I: Current 4 to 20 mA DC/load resistance 600Ω max.
P: SSR drive voltage 12 V±1.5 V DC/load current 30 mA max.
V: Voltage 0 to 10 V DC/load current 2 mA max.
±0.5% FS (5 to 100% output/within accuracy maintaining temperature range)
Output accuracy
Resolution
Approx. 1/14000 (during current or voltage output)
Operation/output update cycle
0.1 seconds (100 msec)
Control output characteristics
Reverse (for heating)/Direct (for cooling), Control Outputs 1 and 2 set
individually (heating/cooling, 2-stage heating/2-stage cooling selectable in
1-loop, 2-output specification)
Higher/lower output
Higher limit/lower limit (set individually for each PID No.)
limiter setting range 0.0 to 100.0% (lower limit < higher limit)
Output rate-of-change OFF, 0.1 to 100.0%/seconds (set individually for control outputs limiter 1
and 2)
Control output at error 0.0 to 100.0% (set individually for Control Outputs 1 and 2)
Control output at standby
0.0 to 100.0% (set individually for Control Outputs 1 and 2)
Manual control
Auto/manual
Balanceless/bumpless action
switching
(simultaneous for Control Outputs 1 and 2)
Output setting range 0.0 to 100.0% set individually for Control Output 1 and 2
Setting resolution
0.1%
Isolation
Insulated between Control Output and the system.
Not insulated between Control Outputs.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Program Function
Number of patterns
Number of steps
Step time
Max. 20 patterns
Max. 400 steps
0 minutes 0 seconds to 99 minutes 59 seconds or 0 hours 0 minutes to 99
hours 59 minutes
Pattern execution counts
Repeatable to 9999 times max.
Step loop count
Repeatable to 9999 times max.
Pattern link setting
Connectable to 20 patterns max.
Executable to 9999 times max.
Link execution setting Repeatable to 9999 times max.
Program settings
By front panel keys or communication
Level
Same as measuring range
Time (1)
0 to 99 hours 59 minutes/step
Time (2)
0 to 99 minutes 59 seconds/step
Ramp settings
Automatic computation by setting time and level
Ascend, descend, ramp control
Timer
Sets the delay time for start of program operation
00 hours 00 minutes to 99 hours 59 minutes
Setting resolution
Level
0.1 or 1 (varies according to measuring range)
Time
1 minute or 1 second
Advance function
Program moves to next step during operation.
Hold function
Progress of program time is stopped temporarily during operation.
Time signal setting
Number of registrations
Max. 8 points per pattern. (TS1~TS8) Assigned to event output or DO
Time (1)
0 to 99 hours 59 minutes
Time (2)
0 to 99 minutes 59 seconds
Resolution
1 minute or 1 second
Guarantee soak zone When the program moves from a ramp step to a flat step, the program
does not move to the next step if the PV value is not in the set zone range
or is not more than the preset time.
Setting resolution
0 to 9999 Unit
Time (1)
0 to 99 hours 59 minutes
Time (2)
0 to 99 minutes 59 seconds
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Event Output
Number of outputs
Output rating
Output update cycle
Setting/selection
Output types
Setting range
Hysteresis
Action delay time
Standby action
Output characteristics switching
Isolation
Total 3; EV1 to EV3
240 V AC/1.0A resistive load common to contact outputs (normally open
contacts)
0.1 seconds (100 msec)
Individual setting (individual output), selectable from the following 27
types (to designate output)
In the case of independent 2-channel control (CH1, CH2) specification,
assignment will be done to eigher CH1 or CH2.
1) None
No action (no assignment)
2) DEV Hi
Higher limit deviation alarm
3) DEV Low
Lower limit deviation alarm
4) DEV Out
Outside higher/lower limit deviation alarm
5) DEV In
Inside higher/lower limit deviation alarm
6) PV Hi
PV higher limit alarm
7) PV Low
PV lower limit alarm
8) SO
ON at scale over
9) FIX
ON in FIX mode
10) AT
ON during execution of auto tuning
11) MAN
ON during manual control
12) LOGIC
ON during logic operation output
13) RUN
ON during control execution
14) HLD
ON during program hold
15) GUA
ON during guarantee soak
16) STEP
ON during step move
17) PRG. END ON at program end
18) TS1
ON during time signal 1
|
25) TS8
ON during time signal 8
26) Direct
ON during direct output by communication
27) HBA
ON during Heater Break alarm action
28) HLA
ON during Heater Loop alarm action
Direct cannot be set for event, but for DO.
DEV Hi, Low
-25000 to 25000 Unit
DEV Out, In
0 to 25000 Unit
PV Hi, Low
Within measuring range
1 to 9999 Unit (when DEV, PV or SV is selected)
OFF, 1 to 9999 Unit (when DEV, PV or SV is selected)
Selectable from 3 types (when DEV, PV or SV is selected)
OFF No standby action
1
At power ON, or at RST -> RUN
2
At power ON, at RST -> RUN, or at execution SV is changed
3
At input error (SO), when action is OFF
Selectable between normally open and normally closed
Insulated between alarm output and various I/O, or alarm output and the
system.
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SPECIFICATIONS
External Control Output (DO)
Number of outputs
9 points in total; standard 5 and 4 optional
DO1 to DO3
Darlington output
3 points
DO4 to DO5
Open collector output
2 points
DO6 to DO9
Open collector output
4 points (optional)
Output rating
Open collector output 24 V DC/8 mA max., ON voltage 0.8V max.
Darlington output 24 V DC/50mA max., ON voltage 1.5V max.
Output update cycle
0.1 seconds (100 msec)
Setting/selection
Individual setting (individual output), selectable.
In the case of independent 2-channel control (CH1, CH2) specification,
assignment will be done to eigher CH1 or CH2.
Details are the same as those for event outputs.
(However, LOGIC can be assigned to only DO1 to DO5. Direct can be
assigned to only DO6 to DO9 with communication option.)
Details of setting range, hysteresis, action delay time and stand by action
are the same as those for event outputs.
Output characteristics switching
Normal open and normal close selectable
Isolation
Insulated between DO and various I/O, or DO and the system.
Not insulated between DOs.
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External Control Input (DI)
Number of inputs
Input rating
Input specifications
Photocoupler input
Input holding time
Setting/selection
Input types
Isolation
10 points in total; standard 4 and 6 optional
DI1 to DI4 4 points
DI5 to DI10 6 points (optional)
Non-voltage contact or open collector
5 V DC, 2.5 mA max. Voltage application per 1 input
0.1 seconds (100 msec)
Individual setting (individual input), selectable from 12 types
In the case of independent 2-channel control (CH1, CH2) specification,
assignment will be done to eigher CH1 or CH2 or both.
1) None
No action (no assignment)
2) RUN/RST
Switching of Run/Reset (when ON: Run execution)
3) RST
Forced Reset (when ON: Reset state)
4) HLD
Control suspension/restart (when ON: suspension state)
5) ADV
Execute advance (when ON: execute advance)
6) FIX
Switching of FIX mode/Program mode (when ON: FIX
mode)
7) MAN
Switching of control output between auto/manual (when
ON: manual)
8) LOGIC
Logic operation input [exclusive port] (when ON: input
ON)
9) PTN2bit
Selection of start pattern No. by DI input (selectable
from 3 patterns)
10) PTN3bit
Selection of start pattern No. by DI input (selectable
from 7 patterns)
Selection of start pattern No. by DI input (selectable from
11) PTN4bit
15 patterns)
12) PTN5bit
Selection of start pattern No. by DI input (selectable from
20 patterns)
Insulated between DI and various I/O, or DI and the system
Not insulated between DIs.
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Logic Operation Functions
Number of logic
Assignable to 8 points in total: EV1 to EV3 3 points, DO1 to DO5 5 points
DO4 and DO5 are exclusively for timer and counter operation.
Logic operation
In the case of independent 2-channel control (CH1, CH2) specification,
inputs
TS1 to TS8 (CH1), TS1 to TS8 (CH2), and DI1 to DI10, can be assigned
individually to source 1 and 2
Input logic conversion Input logic conversion possible individually on source 1 and 2 (EV1 to
EV3, DO1 to DO3 output)
1) BUF
By external control input logic
2) INV
Inversion of external control input logic
3) FF
Flip-flop logic operation of external control input
(When a time signal is assigned to a source, flip-flop cannot be set.)
Logic operation (1)
Logic operation output by source 1 and 2 (EV1 to EV3, DO1 to DO3
output)
1) AND
Output by logical product
2) OR
Output by logical sum
3) XOR
Output by exclusive OR
Logic operation (2)
Logic operation Output by source 1 (DO4, DO5 output)
1) Timer operation
OFF, 1 to 5000 seconds
2) Counter operation OFF, 1 to 5000 counts
20-10 2-input Specification
Input types
Input 1 and Input 2, individual selection, individual setting, universal input,
multi range
Thermocouple input, R.T.D. input, voltage input (mV, V), current input
(mA)
Input and control specifications
Specifications to be decided by combinations of input and control output.
1-loop control specification
1) 2-input operation (PV1, PV2) and 1-output
MAX Max. value input of PV1 and PV2, 1-output/2-output control specification
MIN Min. value input of PV1 and PV2, 1-output/2-output control specification
AVE Average value input of PV1 and PV2, 1-output/2-output control specification
DEV Deviation value input of PV1 - PV2, 1-output/2-output control specification
PV Taking PV value of PV1
2) 2-input operation (PV1, PV2) and 2-output
2-loop control specification
1) Independent 2-channel control specification
Isolation
Insulated between Input 2 and DI input, or input and various outputs
Not insulated between Input 1 (standard input) and Input 2, input and the
system, input and remote input, or input and CT input
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20-11 Heater Break Alarm (option)
Alarm action
HBA alarm ON when control output is ON and heater break is detected
HLA alarm ON when control output is OFF and heater loop error is
detected
Alarm detection
HBA is detected at heater current ≤ setting current value, when control
output is ON
HLA is detected at heater current ≥ setting current value, when control
output is OFF
Hysteresis at heater Break or loop error detection 0.2 A
Current detection
Heater current detection by external CT (supplied CT for exclusive
use/single phase)
Current detection selection
Selectable from Control Output 1 or Control Output 2 only when control
output is Y or P
Sampling cycle
0.2 seconds (200 msec)
Minimum action confirmation time
0.2 seconds (200 msec) or longer (regardless of whether control output is
ON or OFF)
Current setting
Heater break, heater loop alarm set individually
Setting range
OFF, 0.1 to 50.0 A (OFF = suspension of alarm action)
Setting resolution
0.1 A
Current display
0.0 to 55.0 A
Display accuracy
3% FS (sine wave 50 Hz)
Sampling cycle
0.2 seconds (200 msec)
Minimum action confirmation time
0.2 seconds (200 msec) or longer (regardless of whether control output is
ON or OFF)
Output
Assigned to EVENT, DO output
Output hold
Selectable between Lock mode and Real mode
Isolation
Insulated between CT input and DI input, or CT input and various outputs.
Not insulated between CT input and sensor input, or CT input and the
system.
20-12 Analog Output (option)
Number of Outputs
Output types
Output rating
Output accuracy
Output resolution
Output update cycle
Output scaling
Isolation
Maximum 2, A_o1, A_o2 individual setting, individual output
Only A_o1 when sensor power supply (optional) is selected
In the case of independent 2-channel control (CH1, CH2) specification,
assignment will be done to eigher CH1 or CH2.
Selectable from 8 types
PV, SV, DEV, OUT1, CH2_PV, CH2_SV, CH2_DEV, OUT2
Individual selection (individual output)
0 to 10 mV DC/output resistance 10Ω
0 to 10 V DC/load current 2 mA max.
4 to 20mA DC/load resistance 300Ω max.
±0.1% FS (of indicated value)
Approx. 1/14000
0.1 second (100 msec)
PV, SV, CH2_PV, CH2_SV: within measuring range
DEV, CH2_DEV: within -100.0 to 100.0%;
OUT1, OUT2 within 0.0 to 100.0%; reverse scaling possible
Insulated between analog outputs and various I/O or analog outputs and
the system.
Not insulated between analog outputs (A_o1 and A_o2)
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20-13 Sensor Power Supply (option)
Number of outputs
Output rating
Isolation
1
Output from Analog Output 2 (A_o2) terminal
When the sensor power supply (SPS) is selected, Analog Output 2 (A_o2)
is unusable.
24 V DC/25 mA max.
Insulated between SPS and various I/O, SPS and analog output 1, or
SPS and the system.
20-14 Communication (option)
Communication type
RS-232C, RS-485
Communication system RS-232C 3-line half-duplex system
RS-485
2-line half-duplex multidrop (bus) system
Communication distance
RS-232C 15 m max.
RS-485
500 m max. (depending on connection conditions)
Number of connectable devices
RS-232C 1
RS-485
32 (including the host, differs depending on connection
conditions)
Synchronization system Start-stop synchronization
Communication speed 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 bps
Communication (device) address
1 to 98
Communication delay time
1 to 50 msec
Communication memory mode
EEP, RAM, r_E
Communication protocol (1) SHIMADEN protocol
Data length
7 bit, 8bit
Parity
EVEN, ODD, NONE
Stop bit
1bit, 2bit
Control code
STX_ETX_CR, STX_ETX_CRLF, @_: _CR
Checksum (BCC)
ADD, ADD_two's cmp, XOR, None
Communication code ASCII
Communication protocol (2) MODBUS ASCII mode
Data length
7 bit (fixed)
Parity
EVEN, ODD, NONE
Stop bit
1bit, 2bit
Control code
_CRLF
Error check
LRC check
Function code
03H and 06H (Hex) supported
1) 03H Read data
2) 06H Write data
Communication protocol (3) MODBUS RTU mode
Data length
8 bit (fixed)
Parity
EVEN, ODD, NONE
Stop bit
1bit, 2bit
Control code
None
Error check
CRC 16
Function code
03H and 06H (Hex) supported
1) 03H Read data
2) 06H Write data
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20-15 Infrared Communication
Communication system
Direct communication is possible with a PC through the infrared
communication adapter (sold separately)
Number of connectable devices 1
Infrared communication specification
Synchronization system
Start-stop synchronization
Communication speed
9600 bps
Data format
7E1 (7 bits, even parity, 1 stop bit)
Control code
STX_ETX_CR
Checksum (BCC)
ADD
Communication code
ASCII
Communication protocol
SHIMADEN protocol (extended)
20-16 General Specifications
Data storage
Non-volatile memory (EEPROM)
Operating environment conditions
Temperature
-10 to 50°C
Humidity
90% RH max. (no dew condensation)
Elevation
2000 m above sea level or lower
Category
II
Pollution class
2
Storage temperature -20 to 65°C
Power voltage
100 to 240 V AC ±10% (50/60 Hz)
Power consumption
Max. 22 VA
Input noise removal
Normal mode
40 dB min. (50/60 Hz)
ratio
Common mode 120 dB min. (50/60 Hz)
Applicable standards Safety IEC61010-1:2001 and EN61010-1:2001
EMC
EN61326
Insulation resistance
Across I/O terminals and power terminals: 500 V DC 20MΩ min.
Across power terminals and ground terminals: 500 V DC 20MΩ min.
Dielectric strength
Across I/O terminals and power terminals: 2300 V AC for 1 minute
(faradic current 5mA)
Across power terminals and ground terminals: 1500 V AC for 1 minute
(faradic current 5mA)
Protective structure
Front operating panel only is dust-proof and drip-proof. (equivalent to
IP66, NEMA4X)
Case material
PC resin molding (equivalent to UL94V-1)
External dimensions
96 x 96 x 111 mm (panel depth: 100 mm) (H x W x D)
Mounting
Imbedded in panel (using mounting fixtures)
Thickness of usable panel
1.0 to 8.0 mm
Size of panel cutout
92 (H) x 92 (W) mm
Weight
600 g max.
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