Honeywell DC300K-E User's Manual

Honeywell DC300K-E User's Manual
UDC3000 Versa-Pro
Universal Digital Controller
Overview
The UDC3000 Universal Digital
Controller is Honeywell’s general
purpose microprocessor-based,
stand alone digital controller. It
combines the highest degree of
functionality and operating simplicity offered in a 1/4 DIN size.
The bright dual displays with multilanguage prompts make the
operator interface easy to read,
understand, and operate.
Programmed sequences of displays assure quick and accurate
entry of all configurable parameters. Simple keystrokes let you
select input and range configuration, set the operating parameters
that meet your process control
needs now, and change them later
to meet new ones.
Features
Dual Displays - Vacuum fluorescent alphanumeric displays and
indicators with dedicated PV
display.
Deviation Bargraph - “On Control”
indication or up to ± 10% deviation
display.
Easy Configuration - Multilanguage prompts, in programmed
sequence, provide guidance during
configuration. Individual, reliable
tactile keys provide positive
operator feedback. There are no
internal jumpers to set.
Universal Isolated Input Input 1 accepts 10 thermocouple
types, RTDs, Radiamatic RHs, mA,
mV or voltage inputs through
keyboard configuration. It is isolated
from Input 2 and all other circuits.
(See Table 1.)
Thermocouple Failsafe Configurable upscale or downscale
burnout and failsafe output level.
Decimal Point Location Configurable for none, one, or two
places.
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Specification
ALM 1 2
DI 1 2
RSP
OUT 1 2
FUNCTION
FC
MAN
3000
%
SP 3000
LOWER
DISPLAY
MANUAL
AUTO
SETPOINT
SELECT
RUN
HOLD
SET UP
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Figure 1 - UDC3000 Versa-Pro Controller
Accutune IITM - Provides a new,
truly plug and play tuning algorithm,
which will, at the touch of a button
or through a digital input, accurately
identify and tune any process
including those with deadtime and
integrating processes. This speedsup and simplifies startup plus allows
retuning at any setpoint. Also
included is the original Accutune SP
Adaptive tuning that can
automatically retune whenever a SP
step change is implemented.
Fuzzy Logic - This new feature
uses fuzzy logic to suppress
process variable overshoot due to
SP changes or externally induced
process disturbance. It operates
independently from Accutune
tuning. It does not change the PID
constants, but temporarily modifies
the internal controller response to
suppress overshoot. This allows
more aggressive tuning to co-exist
with smooth PV response. It can be
enabled or disabled depending on
the application or the control
criteria.
Manual/Automatic Modes Bumpless, balanceless transfer
between control modes.
Two Local Setpoints - Can be
configured to provide two local
setpoints, keyboard or optional
remote switch selectable.
Universal Switching Power Operates on any line voltage from
90 to 264 Vac 50/60 Hz without
jumpers. 24V ac/dc instrument
power available as an option.
Limit Control - provides a latching
relay which is activated whenever
the PV goes above or below a
preset setpoint value. An alarm
indicator will light when the output is
activated. Reset is through a key on
the front of the controller or an
external switch.
Setpoint Rate - Lets you define a
ramp rate to be applied to any local
setpoint change. A separate
upscale or downscale rate is
configurable. A single setpoint ramp
is also available as an alternative.
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Features, continued
Optional Features (Fig. 4)
Optional Features continued
CE Mark- Conformity with
73/23/EEC, Low Voltage Directive
and 89/336/EEC, the EMC Directive
Moisture Resistant Front Panel Capable of meeting NEMA 3 and
IEC529 IP65 (i.e. hosedown)
requirements.
Timer - This standard feature provides a configurable time period of
0 to 99 hours, 59 minutes. Alarm 1
is dedicated to be active at the end
of the timeout period. Timer “start”
is selectable as either the
RUN/HOLD key or Alarm 2. The
optional Digital Input can also be
configured to start the Timer in
addition to either the keyboard or
Alarm 2. The Timer status shown in
the lower display is selectable as
either time remaining or elapsed
time.
Two Sets of Tuning Constants Two sets of PID parameters can be
configured for each loop and
automatically selected.
Heat/Cool Capability - Provides
split range control with independent
PID tuning constants - one for
heating, one for cooling, plus mixed
output forms.
Alarm Selection - None, one, or
two relays to activate external
equipment when preset high/low
setpoints are reached. There is an
indicator for each alarm.
Setpoint Ramp - Provides single
programmable setpoint ramp of up
to 255 minutes duration which is
repeatable and activated by the
Run/Hold key.
Output Rate Limiter - A maximum
output rate may be configured for
both the upscale and downscale
output directions.
Data Security - Five levels of keyboard security protect tuning,
configuration, and calibration data,
accessed by a configurable 4-digit
code. Nonvolatile EEPROM
memory assures data integrity
during loss of power.
Quality/Support - The UDC3000 is
covered by a 2-year warranty and
backed up by a toll-free phone
number for technical assistance.
Second Input - Isolated high level
input available for remote setpoint
signal, PV signal via digital inputs,
or motor slidewire input. (Table 1)
Auxiliary Output* - This isolated
Auxiliary Output can be scaled from
4-20 mA for 0 to 100% for any
range. It can be configured to
represent Input 1, Input 2, PV,
active Setpoint, Local SP1,
Deviation, or the Control Output.
Communications* - Provides a link
between the UDC3000 and a
Honeywell supplied interface device
capable of communicating via
RS232 (DMCS), or direct
communication via the RS422/485
communications option to a host
computer.
Approval Body Options - FM
approval, CSA certification and UL
Recognition are available options.
UL Recognition applies to
regulatory use only.
2 Digital Inputs - Allows remote
dry contact closure to select one of
the following for each digital input:
• Manual control mode
• Local setpoint 1
• Local setpoint 2
• Direct controller action
• Reset of Limit Controller
• Hold SP Ramp/Programming
• Select PID set 2
• PV = Input 2
• External program reset
• Disable PID integral action
• To Run - SP Ramp/Program
• To Automatic output value
• Manual mode, failsafe output
• Disable keyboard
• Start Timer
• To Auto/Manual Station
• ToTune
Also allows the following selections
to be combined with the above
selections:
• Select PID set 2
• Direct controller action
• Local setpoint 2
• Disable adaptive tune
Auto/Manual Station Plus Backup
Control - You can use a single
UDC3000 to act as both an
Auto/Manual Station PLUS a backup PID Controller, should the
primary loop controller fail. Since
the PID control is sometimes
implemented in the PLC, this
feature provides a very costeffective way to insure the process
does not have to shutdown or
remain in manual mode if the PLC
should fail. Switching from the
Auto/Manual Station to the back-up
control mode is accomplished using
the Digital Input option.
Setpoint Ramp/Soak
Programming - Enables you to
program and store 6 Ramp and 6
Soak segments for setpoint
programming. Run or Hold of
program is keyboard or remote
switch selectable.
Transmitter Power - Provides up
to 30 volts to power a 2 wire
transmitter (requires use of alarm 2
open collector output selection or
auxiliary output.)
* AuxOut and communications are mutually
exclusive (only one may be specified).
Physical Description
The controller is housed in a 5.8
inch deep, black metal case with a
dark gray elastomer bezel, that can
be panel mounted in a 1/4 DIN
cutout, (see Figure 5.) The plug-in
chassis allows easy access to the
controller board and its various
option boards. All power, input, and
output wiring are connected to
screw terminals on the rear panel,
(see Fig 6.) Blue and tan elastomer
bezels are optionally available.
Inputs
Each analog input is sampled 3
times a second, amplified and
then converted to a digital signal
which is isolated and passed to
the microprocessor. The primary
input can be one of various
Thermocouple, Radiamatic, or
Linear actuations, (see Table 1.)
A second input provides a remote
setpoint function and accepts a 4
to 20 mA or 1 to 5 Vdc range that
can be characterized. All ranges
are keyboard selectable. External
cold junction compensation is
provided. You can select upscale
downscale, or failsafe sensor
break protection. A configurable
digital filter of 0 to 120 seconds for
each Input provides input signal
smoothing, if required.
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Output Types
The following output types are
available per the model selection
guide:
• Current output
• Electromechanical relays
• Solid state relays
• Open collector output
• Solid state relay (10 amp)
externally mounted (optional)
• Auxiliary current output
(optional)
Output Algorithms, cont
Current/Relay Duplex (Relay =
Heat) - a variation of Duplex with
Current active for 0 to 50% output
(Tuning Set 2) and Relay active 50
to 100% output (Tuning Set 1).
Current/Relay Duplex (Relay =
Cool) - a variation of Duplex with
Current active for 50 to 100%
output and Relay is active for 0 to
50% output.
“Universal” Output Model Flexibility of the Output Algorithms
allows the Current Output Model
Output Algorithms
with 2 Alarms (DC300K-E) to be
The UDC3000 is available with one also configured for time simplex,
or more of the following output
time duplex, or three position step
algorithms:
control plus, of course, the original
Time Proportional - provides Oncapability of current simplex and
Off or Time Proportional (Relay)
current/time duplex control. A Relay
output.
Output Model with Auxiliary Output
can also be configured for these
Current Proportional - supplies
proportional direct current output for output algorithms.
final control elements which require
Control Algorithms
a 4-20 mA signal.
Position Proportional - positions a Depending on the output algorithms
reversible motor with a feedback
specified, the controller can be
slidewire in proportion to the output configured for the following control
of the control algorithm. Requires 2 algorithms:
output relays.
• On-Off
Time Proportional Duplex • PID-A
depending on which control
• PID-B
algorithm you select, this duplex
• PD with Manual Reset
output algorithm can provide On• Three Position Step Control
Off Duplex, Time Proportional
The Three Position Step
Duplex, or 3 Position Step Control.
Control algorithm allows the
The time proportional duplex output
control of a valve (or other actuprovides independent PID tuning
ator), with an electric motor
constants and two time proportional
driven by two controller output
outputs; one for heat zone above
relays; one to move the motor
the 50% output, and one for cool
upscale, the other downscale
zone below 50% output.
without a feedback slidewire
Current Proportional Duplex linked to the motor shaft.
similar to current proportional but
Accutune does not apply to this
provides a second set of tuning
algorithm. Features of this
parameters and a split range
algorithm are:
current output or a second current
1. The controller can use all
output via the Auxiliary output
three modes of control
option, for the heat and cool zones.
(PID) instead of PI only.
2. Three Position Step is an
automatic backup mode to
Position Proportional
Control if the feedback
slidewire signal should fail.
Configuration
You decide how the controller is to
interact with the process by selecting, through simple keystrokes, the
functions you want.
Multi-language prompts guide the
operator step-by-step through the
configuration process assuring
quick and accurate entry of all
configurable parameters. There are
no internal jumpers, all configuration is via the keyboard. Five
languages are available via
configuration; English, French,
German, Spanish and Italian.
Control Modes
Manual or Automatic control with
bumpless, balanceless transfer
between modes is a standard
feature. In the manual mode, the
operator directly controls the
controller output level. In the
automatic mode, the controller will
operate from a local setpoint, or a
remote setpoint provided at the
second input or via
communications.
Alarms
Alarm output terminals are located
at the rear terminal panel. One or
two electromechanical alarm relays
are available to activate external
equipment when preset alarm set
points are reached. Each of the two
alarms can be set to monitor two
independent set points. Each alarm
setpoint can be either high or low
alarm. The alarm type can be
selected to be either of the inputs,
the Process Variable, Deviation,
Output, Shed from communications
or to alarm on manual mode. It can
also be used as an On or Off event
at the beginning or end of a
Ramp/Soak segment. The alarm
hysteresis is configurable from 0 to
100% of range.
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Upper Display - Six Characters
• Normal Operation - four digits dedicated to display the process variable
• Configuration Mode - displays parameter value or selection
Lower Display - eight characters
• Normal Operation - displays operating parameters and values
• Configuration Mode - displays function groups and parameters
Indicator definition when lit
F - °Fahrenheit being used
MAN - controller in manual mode
A - controller in automatic mode
C - °Centigrade being used
R - Run SP Ramp/Program
H - Hold SP Ramp/Program
Indicator definition when lit
ALM - Alarm conditions exist
DI - Digital Input active
RSP - Remote SP or SP2 active
OUT - Control Relay 1 or 2 on
ALM 1 2 F C
DI 1 2
RSP
OUT 1 2
R 3000
SP 3000
FUNCTION
LOWER
DISPLAY
MAN
MANUAL
AUTO
%
SETPOINT
SELECT
Keys - See below
SET UP
MAN and A off —
communications
option active
RUN
HOLD
Deviation Bargraph
• Center bar indicates PV is
within ± 1% of setpoint.
• Next bar will light if PV is
between ±1% but less than
±2% in deviation.
• If PV is equal to or greater than
±10% deviation, the center bar
plus all ten deviation bars will
light.
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Figure 2 - Operator Interface
Operator Interface (Fig. 2)
Indicators - They provide alarm,
control mode, and temperature units
Sequentially displays Set Up groups and allows
SET UP
indication. There is also indication of
Function key to display individual functions.
when Remote Setpoint is active, the
status of the control relays, and
FUNCTION
Selects functions within each Set Up group.
whether a setpoint program is in Run
or Hold mode.
Selects an operating parameter to be shown in
A 21-segment bargraph displays
LOWER
DISPLAY
the lower display.
deviation to ±10% of span and an
“On-Control” indicator.
Selects Manual or Automatic control mode.
MANUAL
Displays - A 4-digit upper display
AUTO
(may be disabled via configuration)
is dedicated to the process variAlternately selects Local setpoint 1 and Remote
able during normal operation with
SETPOINT
setpoint or between two local setpoints.
alternate 6-character information
SELECT
(may be disabled via configuration)
displayed when in the configure
mode.
Initiates or holds the single setpoint ramp
RUN
or Ramp/Soak program.
HOLD
During normal operation, the lower
(may be disabled via configuration)
display shows key-selected operating parameters such as Output,
Increases the setpoint, output, or
Setpoints, Inputs, Deviation, active
configuration values displayed.
Tuning Parameter Set, Timer Status,
Decreases the setpoint, output, or
or minutes remaining in a setpoint
configuration values displayed.
ramp (4 digits). It also provides
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guidance, through prompts, for the
operator during controller
configuration
(8-characters).
Figure 3 - Key Functions
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Specifications
Design
CE Conformity (Europe)
This product is in conformity with the protection requirements of the following
European Council Directives: 73/23/EEC, the Low Voltage Directive, and
89/336/EEC, the EMC Directive. Conformity of this product with any other “CE
Mark” Directive(s) shall not be assumed.
Product Classification:
Class I: Permanently Connected, Panel Mounted Industrial Control Equipment
with protective earthing (grounding). (EN61010-1)
Enclosure Rating:
Panel Mounted Equipment, IP 00, this controller must be panel mounted.
Terminals must be enclosed within the panel. Front panel IP 65 (IEC 529).
Installation Category
(Overvoltage Category):
Category II: Energy-consuming equipment supplied from the fixed installation.
Local level appliances, and Industrial Control Equipment. (EN 61010-1)
Pollution Degree:
Pollution Degree 2: Normally non-conductive pollution with occasional
conductivity caused by condensation. (Ref. IEC 664-1)
EMC Classification:
Group 1, Class A, ISM Equipment (EN 55011, emissions), Industrial Equipment
(EN 50082-2, immunity)
Method of EMC Assessment:
Technical File (TF)
Declaration of Conformity:
51309303-000.
Accuracy
± 0.20% of span typical (± 1 digit for display)
15 bit resolution typical
Temperature Stability
± 0.01% of Full Scale / ˚C change
Input Signal Failure Protection
Thermocouple Inputs: Upscale or downscale burnout
Burnout Current: 0.13 microamps
Failsafe Output Level: Configurable 0-100%
Input Impedance
4-20 Milliampere Input: 250 Ohms
0-10 Volt Input: 200K Ohms
All Other: 10 Megohms
Stray Rejection
Common Mode
AC (50 or 60 Hz): 120 dB (with maximum source impedance of 100 Ohms) or ± 1
LSB ((least significant bit) whichever is greater.
Normal Mode
AC (50 or 60 Hz): 60 dB (with 100% span peak-to-peak maximum)
Alarm Output
One SPDT electromechanical relay.
A second alarm is available using the second control relay. This is not available
with Relay Duplex, Position Proportional, or Three Position Step control.
Up to four setpoints are independently set as high or low alarm, two for each
relay. Setpoint can be on either Input, Process Variable, Deviation,
Communication Shed, or Output. A single adjustable hysteresis of 0.0 to 100.0%
is provided. The controller can also be set to alarm on shed from
communications. The alarm can also be set as an on or off event at the
beginning of a setpoint ramp/soak segment.
Alarm Relay Contacts Rating
Resistive Load: 5 ampere at 120 Vac or 30 Vdc, 2.5A at 240 Vac.
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Specifications (continued)
Design (continued)
Controller Output Types
Current Output (Isolated)
Range can be set anywhere between 0 to 21 mA, and as direct or reverse
action.
Resolution: 11 bits for 0 to 21 mA
Accuracy: 0.5% full scale
Temperature Stability: 0.1% F.S. / ˚C
Load Resistance: 0 to 1000 ohms
Electromechanical Relays (One or Two)
SPDT contacts. Both Normally Open and Normally Closed contacts are brought
out to the rear terminals.
Internally socketed
Resistive Load: 5 amps @ 120 Vac, 2.5A at 240 Vac or 30 Vdc
Inductive Load: 50 VA @ 120 Vac or 240 Vac
Motor: 1/6 H.P.
Solid State Relays (One or Two)
SPST solid state contacts consisting of a triac N.O. output.
Internally socketed
Resistive Load: 1.0 amp @ 25 ˚C and 120 or 240 Vac
0.5 amp @ 55 ˚C and 120 or 240 Vac
Inductive Load: 50 VA @ 120 Vac or 240 Vac
Open Collector Outputs (One or Two)
Maximum Sink Current: 20 mA
Overload Protection: 100 mA
Internally powered @ 30 Vdc
Opto-isolated from all other circuits except current output, but not from each
other.
Socketed jumper assembly replaces relay.
Solid State Relays (10 amps)
One or two externally mounted triac N.O. outputs for use with open collector
outputs.
Resistive Load: 15 amps @ 25 ˚C and 120 or 240 Vac
10 amps @ 55 ˚C and 120 or 240 Vac
Inductive Load: 50 VA @ 120 Vac or 240 Vac
Motor Rating: 1 HP @ 25 ˚C
0.75 HP @ 55 ˚C
Controller Output Algorithms
On-Off or Time Proportional
One relay or open collector output. Control action can be set for direct or reverse.
Time Proportional Relay Resolution: 3.3 msec
On-Off Duplex, Three Position Step Control, or Time Proportional Duplex
Two relays or open collector outputs. Control action can be set for direct or
reverse.
Time Proportional Relay Resolution: 3.3 msec
Current Proportional
A single 4-20 mA current output signal which can be configured for direct or
reverse action.
Current Proportional Duplex
A single split current output for both heat and cool (4-12 cool, 12-20 heat) or a
combination of current proportional output (Heat = 50 to 100% of range) and
auxiliary current output (Cool = 0 to 50% of range). Both are 4-20 mA signals
which can be set for direct or reverse action.
Position Proportional
Two SPDT electromechanical or solid state relays operate motor having a 100
ohm to 1000 ohm feedback slidewire.
Current/Time Duplex
Variation of time proportional duplex for Heat/Cool applications. Time proportional
output (heat or cool) is a relay. Current proportional output (Heat or Cool) is a 4-20
mA signal that can be fed into a negative or positive grounded load of 0 to 1000
ohms and is operational over 50% of range or the entire range.
Sampling Rate
Inputs sampled 3 times a second
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Specifications (continued)
Design (continued)
Auxiliary Linear Output (Optional)
(Isolated)
21 mA dc maximum into a negative or positive grounded load or non-grounded
load of 0 to 1000 ohms.
Output range can be set anywhere between 0 to 21 mA, and as direct or reverse
action. It can be configured to represent either Input, PV, Setpoint, Deviation, or
Control output. The range of the auxiliary output, as a function of the selected
variable, can be scaled. This output can be used as a second current output for
current duplex outputs.
Resolution: 12 bits over 0 to 21 mA
Accuracy: 0.2% of full scale
Temperature Stability: 0.01% F.S. / ˚C
Communications Interface (Optional)
DMCS
Baud Rate: 19200 baud
Length of Link: 4000 ft maximum
Link Characteristics: Two wire, multi-drop proprietary protocol, 31 drops maximum
RS422/485
Baud Rate: 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, or 19,200 baud
Parity: Odd or Even
Length of Link: 4000 ft maximum
Link Characteristics: Two wire or four wire, multi-drop RS422 ASCII protocol, 15
drops maximum
Digital Inputs (Optional)
+15 Vdc source for external dry contacts or isolated solid state contacts. The
Digital Input option detects the state of external contacts for either of the two inputs.
On contact closure the controller will respond according to how each digital input is
configured. Opening contact causes return to previous state.
Input Filter
Software : Single pole lowpass section with selectable time constants, off to 120
seconds available on both analog inputs.
Digital Displays
Vacuum fluorescent, alphanumeric.
A six-character upper display dedicated to the process variable (4 digits).
Alternate information displayed during configuration mode.
A eight-character lower display primarily shows key selected operating parameters
(4 digits). Also provides guidance during controller configuration.
Indicators
Alarm Relay Status (ALM 1 or 2)
Control Mode (A or MAN)
Temperature Units (F or C)
Remote Set Point or SP2 Active (RSP)
Control Relay Status (OUT 1 or 2)
Digital Input Status (DI 1 and 2)
Bargraph
21 segment, vertical Deviation bargraph
Center bar lit when “on” control
Deviation to ± 10% of PV span in 1% increments
Modes of Operation
Manual
Automatic with local setpoint
Automatic with remote setpoint (2-input units only)
Dimensions
See Figure 5.
Mounting
Panel-mounted, 5.82 inch depth
Wiring Connections
Screw terminals on the rear of the case. (See Figure 6.)
Power Consumption
18 VA maximum
Power Inrush Current
10A Max. for 4 ms (under operating conditions)
CAUTION When applying power to more than one UDC3000, make sure that
sufficient power is supplied. Otherwise, the controllers may not start up normally
due to voltage drop from the inrush current.
Weight
1.3 kg (3 lbs.)
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Specifications (continued)
Environmental and Operating Conditions
Parameter
Reference
Rated
Operative Limits
Transportation and storage
Ambient
Temperature
25 ± 3˚C
77 ± 5˚F
15 to 55 ˚C
58 to 131 ˚F
0 to 55 ˚C
32 to 131 ˚F
-40 to 66 ˚C
-40 to 151 ˚F
Relative Humidity
Vibration
Frequency (Hz)
Acceleration (g)
10 to 55*
10 to 90*
5 to 90*
5 to 95*
0
0
0 to 70
0.1
0 to 200
0.5
0 to 200
0.5
Mechanical Shock
Acceleration (g)
Duration (ms))
0
0
1
30
5
30
20
30
Voltage (Vdc)
+24 ± 1
20 to 27
20 to 27
--
120 ± 1
240 ± 2
90 to 264
90 to 264
---
Voltage (Vac)
90 to 264Vac
(CSA models rated to 250V max.)
24Vac
Frequency (Hz)
(For Vac)
24 ± 1
20 to 27
20 to 27
--
50 ± 0.2
60 ± 0.2
49 to 51
59 to 61
48 to 52
58 to 62
---
* The maximum rating only applies up to 40˚C (104˚F). For higher temperatures, the RH specification is derated to maintain constant moisture content.
Table 1 - Input Actuations
Range
PV Input
Thermocouples
B*
E*
E (low)
J
J (low)
K
K (low)
NiNiMoly (NNM)
NiNiMoly (NNM low))
NIC (Nicrosil Nisil)
R
S
T
T (low)
W5W26
W5W26 (low)
RTD
(IEC) ALPHA = 0.00385
100 Ohms
100 Ohms (low)
500 Ohms
Radiamatic RH
Linear**
Milliamps
Millivolts
Volts
˚F
0
-454
-200
0
20
0
-20
32
32
0
0
0
-300
-200
0
0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
˚C
3300
1832
1100
1600
770
2400
1000
2500
1260
2372
3100
3100
700
500
4200
2240
-300 to 1200
0 to 300
-300 to 1200
1400 to 3400
-18
-270
-129
-18
-7
-18
-29
0
0
-18
-18
-18
-184
-129
-18
-18
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
-184 to
-18 to
-184 to
760
1815
1000
593
871
410
1316
538
1371
682
1300
1704
1704
371
260
2316
1227
649
149
649
to 1871
4 to 20 mA
0 to 10 mV
10 to 50 mV
1 to 5V
0 to 10V
Optional 2nd Input
Milliamps
Volts
Slidewire for Position
Proportioning
4 to 20 mA
1 to 5V
100 to 1000Ω
* May require Field calibration to achieve rated accuracy below 1000 ˚F for type B and below -200 ˚F for type E thermocouple.
** Not available on FM approved Limit models.
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General Reference Data
Data
Isolation
(Functional)
AC Power : is electrically isolated from all other inputs and outputs to withstand a HIPOT potential of
1900Vdc for 2 seconds per Annex K of EN61010-1.
Analog Inputs and Outputs: are isolated from each other and all other circuits at 850Vdc for 2 seconds.
Digital Input and Digital Output: are isolated from all other circuits at 850Vdc for 2 seconds.
Relay Contacts: with a working of 115/230 Vac, isolated from each other and all other circuits at
345 Vdc for 2 seconds.
Surge Withstand
Capability (SWC)
Immunity: ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1, Surge Withstand Capability (SWC) (Formerly IEEE 472) Mains power
input and relay contact outputs: 2.5 kV, Common Mode and Differential Mode. All other circuits: 1.0 kV,
Common Mode and Differential Mode.
Radio Frequency Immunity: No effect on performance from a 5 W walkie-talkie operated at 27, 151 or 450 MHz, one
Interference (RFI) meter from the controller.
Model Number Interpretation
Key Number
Table 1
Table 2
Table 3
Table 4
Table 5
D C 3 0 0
Output #1
C = Current 4 – 20mA without Alarms
K = Current 4 – 20mA with Alarm 1
E = Relay, Electromechanical – 5AMP with Alarm 1
A = Relay, Solid State AC – 1AMP with Alarm 1
T = Open Collector Output – 20mA with 1 Alarm
Output #2 or Alarm #2
O = None
E = Relay, Electromechanical – 5AMP (SPDT)
A = Relay, Solid State AC – 1AMP (SPST)
T = Open Collector Output – 20mA
External Interface
O – – = None
1 – – = RS422/485
2 – – = Auxiliary Output
4 – – = DMCS
Software Options
– O – = None
– A – = Accutune
– B – = Setpoint Program and Accutune
Digital Inputs
– – O = None
– – 3 = Digital Inputs (2)
0
Options
0 – – – = 90-264Vac Power
1 – – – = 24Vac/dc Power
B – – – = Blue Bezel with
90-264Vac Power
T – – – = Tan Bezel with
90-264 Vac Power
C – – – = Blue Bezel with
24Vac/dc Power
D – – – = Tan Bezel with
24Vac/dc Power
– 0– – = None
– A – – = Approvals CSA,FM,UL
– F – – = Approvals - FM,
CSA
– – 0– = None
– – T – = Customer I.D. Tag
– – – 0 = None
– – – D = DIN Cutout
Adapter
Optional Input
– 0 = None
– 1 = 4–20mA or 1–5V
– 2 = Slidewire Input for Position
Proportional or 3 Position
Step with motor position
indication
PV Input
1 – = T/C, RTD, mV, 1–5V
2 – = T/C, RTD, mV, 1–5V,
4–20mA
3 – = T/C, RTD, mV, 1–5V,
4–20mA,0–10V
22603
Figure 4 - Model Number Interpretation
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Dimensions
92
3.622
96
3.780
ALM 1 2 1 2
ALM
ALDI 1 FFC
PV 1 2 13 24
MDI
RSP 1
2 C
96
3.780
RSP
21 2
OUT 11
2 2
OUT
FUNCTION
SET UP
24 Max Panel
.945 Thickness
FC
LOWER
DISPLAY
+0.008
-0.0
+0.03
-0.0
MAN
M
A
N
MAN
%%
%
92
3.622
Panel Cutout
MANUAL
AUTO
SETPOINT
SELECT
+0.008
-0.0
+0.03
-0.0
RUN
HOLD
10 Max (2)
.394
2.4 with optional
.093 rear cover
90.7
3.57
21.6
.850
Figure 5 - UDC3000 Versa-Pro Controller dimensions - not to scale
147.3
5.82
22073
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Wiring Diagram
UDC 3000 EXTERNAL WIRING
10
L1/H
11
L2/N
12
Instrument Power
22
0
23
24
25
26
IN 2
IN 1
27
DI 1
DI 2
1
!
CTL 1
2
3
13
SHIELD
4
14
RX+/TX+
5
15
RX-/TX-
6
16
TX+ or AUX+
7
17
TX- or AUX-
8
4-20 MA
CTL 2
ALM 2
ALM 1
9
22840
NOTE:
The product manual should be consulted for specific details and precautions regarding wiring.
Figure 6 - External Wiring Diagram
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Ordering Information
For the complete ordering information, request Model Selection Guide:
51-51-16-32 for UDC3000 Universal Digital Controller or .
.
Honeywell offers a full Iine of Sensors, Transmitters, and Final Control Devices for use with the UDC3000
Universal Digital Controller. These devices include:
Thermocouples, RTDs
Pressure Transmitters,
Flow Transmitters,
Liquid Level Transmitters.
Valve, Actuators, and Electric Motors.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Distributor :
For more information, contact your nearest Honeywell Response Center listed below.
Industrial Automation and Control
Honeywell Inc.
In the U.S.A.: Honeywell Industrial Automation and Control, 16404 North Black Canyon HWY., Phoenix, AZ 85023, (800) 343-0228
In Europe: Honeywell S.A., 80084 Amiens Cedex 2, (33) 22.54.56.56
Honeywell Control System Ltd., Honeywell House, Bracknell, UK-RG 12 1 EB, (44) 1344 826000
In Japan: Yamatake-Honeywell Co. Ltd., Nagai Int’l Bldg., 2 - 12 - 19 Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo 150 Japan, 81-3-3486-2051
In Asia: Honeywell Asia Pacific Inc., Room 3213-3225, Sun Hung kai Centre, No. 30 Harbor Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong, (852) 829-8298
In the Mediterranean: Africa and Middle East Region, Honeywell SpA, Via Vittor Pisani 13, 20124 Milano, Italy (39-2) 67731
Honeywell Pacific Division: Honeywell Pty Ltd., 5 Thomas Holt Drive, North Ryde Sydney, NSW Australia 2113, (61-2) 353 7000
In Canada: The Honeywell centre, 155 Gordon Baker Road., Ontario M2H 3N7, 1-800-461-0013
In Latin America: Honeywell Inc.,14505 Commerce Way, Suite 500, Miami Lakes, Florida 33016-1556, (305) 364-2300
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