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Instruction Manual
Head office
6-17, Sanbancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0075, Japan
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Digital Controller
Sales Div.
International Sales Dept.
No.1, Fuji-machi, Hino-city, Tokyo 191-8502, Japan
Phone: 81-42-585-6201, 6202 Fax: 81-42-585-6187
http://www.fic-net.co.jp
Model: PXH
INP-TN1PXH-E
Thank you for purchasing the Fuji Digital Controller.
Once you have confirmed that this is the product you ordered, please use it in accordance with the following
instructions.
For detailed information on operating this equipment, please refer to the separate operations manual (User’s
manual) in the supplied CD-ROM.
In addition, please keep this instruction manual within easy reach of the actual person using this equipment.
CAUTION
The content of this manual is subject to change without notice.
The greatest care has been taken with the content of this manual to ensure accuracy; however, Fuji Electric
Systems and Fuji Electric Instruments shall not be held liable for damages, including indirect damages,
caused by typographical errors, absence of information or use of information in this manual.
CONTENTS
PLEASE READ FIRST ......................................
For Proper Usage ..............................................
1. Installation/mounting ....................................
2. Wiring Connection ........................................
3. Usage (Read before using) ..........................
4. Displays and Operation Methods .................
5. Switching parameters ..................................
(Operation parameter) .................
Ch1
Ch2
(Control parameter) .....................
Ch3
(Control palette) ...........................
Ch7
(Monitor) ......................................
Ch8
(Input/output definition) ................
Ch9
(Sysytem definition) .....................
ChA
(Alarm setting) .............................
ChB
(Communication) .........................
ChD
(Mathematical Calculation) ..........
ChE
(Tuning) ........................................
3
8
9
10
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
22
24
25
25
25
6. Digital Controller Functions ..........................
6-1 Alarm functions .....................................
[Table 1] Alarm Operation Type Codes .............
7. Setup Procedures of the Controller ..............
[Table 2] Input Codes .......................................
[Table 3] Input Range Table (Standard Range) ...
[Table 4] Output Type Code Table .....................
[Table 5] Di Input Assignments (Di1 to Di15) ...
[Table 6] Do and LED display Assignments .....
[Table 7] Standby Operation .............................
[Table 8] User Assignable Function keys .........
[Table 9] Type of Math function .........................
[Table 10] Controller Templates ........................
8. Troubleshooting
[Please read when the display does not make sense] ..
Model Specification ...........................................
Specificaitons ....................................................
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40
Confirming Specifications and Accessories
Before using the product, confirm that it matches the type ordered.
(For model code, please refer to page 39.)
Confirm that all of the following accessories are included.
• Digital Controller ···· 1 unit
• Instruction Manual ···· 1 copy
• Mounting fixture ····· 2 pcs
• Watertight packing ···· 1 pc
• Unit nameplate ······ 1 pc
• Terminating resistance∗1
·······1 pc
• CD-ROM ······················ 1 pc
(Contents)
Instruction Manual
User’s Manual
Communication Functions
Instruction Manual (Modbus)
Communication Sample Program
Parameter Loader
Instruction Manual
Parameter Loader Software
∗1) Supplied only when the communications function (RS485) is selected with this model.
Option
Name
Order No.
PC loader
ZZPPXH1∗TK4H4563
communication cable
Terminal covers ∗2 ZZPPXR1-B230
∗2) Two covers are required per unit.
Related Information
Refer to the following reference materials for details about the items described in this manual.
Content
Document
Reference Number
Specifications
Catalogue
ECNO: 1152
Operation Method
User’s Manual for
Digital Controller (type: PXH)
INP-TN514206-E
Communication
Functions
Communication Functions Instruction Manual (Modbus) for
Digital Controller (type: PXH)
INP-TN514207-E
Loader Functions
Parameter Loader Instruction Manual for
Digital Controller (type: PXH)
INP-TN514208-E
The latest materials can also be downloaded at the following URL: http://www.fic-net.co.jp/eng
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PLEASE READ FIRST
SAFETY WARNINGS
Please read the section “Safety Warnings” thoroughly before using.
Please observe the warnings stated here as they contain important safety details. The safety warning
items are divided into “WARNING” and “CAUTION” categories.
1.
Warning
Mishandling may lead to death or serious
injury.
Caution
Mishandling may cause injury to the user or
property damage.
WARNING
1.1 Limitations in Use
This product was developed, designed and manufactured on the premise that it would be used for general machinery.
In particular, if this product is to be used for applications that require the utmost safety as described
below, please take into consideration the safety of the entire system and the machine by adopting such
means as a fail-safe design, a redundancy design as well as the conducting of periodical inspections.
• Safety devices for the purpose of protecting the human body
• Direct control of transportation equipment
• Airplanes
• Space equipment
• Atomic equipment, etc
Please do not use this product for applications which directly concern human lives.
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1.2 Installation and Wiring
•
This equipment is intended to be used under the following conditions.
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Installation category
Pollution level
•
-10°C to 50°C
90% RH or below (with no condensation)
II
by IEC1010-1
2
Between the temperature sensor and the location where the voltage reaches the values described
below, secure clearance space and creepage distance as shown in the table below.
If such space cannot be secured, the EN61010 safety compliance may become invalid.
Voltage used or generated Clearance Space Creepage Space
[mm]
[mm]
by any assemblies
Up to 50 Vrms or Vdc
0.2
1.2
Up to 100 Vrms or Vdc
0.2
1.4
Up to 150 Vrms or Vdc
0.5
1.6
Up to 300 Vrms or Vdc
1.5
3.0
Please consult our distributor
Above 300 Vrms or Vdc
•
For the above, if voltage exceeds 50Vdc (called danger voltage), grounding and basic insulation for all
terminals of the equipment and auxiliary insulation for warning outputs is required.
Note that the insulation class for this equipment is as follows. Before installing, please confirm that
the insulation class for equipment meets usage requirements.
Power source
Digital output 1, 2
Digital output 3
Digital output 4
Digital output 11 to 15
Basic insulation (1500VAC)
Functional insulation (500VAC)
No insulation
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
hazardous
voltage
Internal Circuit
PC Loader interface
Measurement value input 1 (PV1)
Measurement value input 2 (PV2)
Auxiliary analog Input 1 (Ai1)
Output 1 (Current / SSR driver)
Output 2 (Current)
Digital input 1 to 4
Digital input 11 to 15
Transmitter power supply
RS485
In cases where damage or problems with this equipment may lead to serious accidents, install appropriate external protective circuits.
As this equipment does not have a power switch or fuses, install them separately as necessary. (Main
power switch: 2point Breaker, fuse rating: 250V 1A)
For power supply wiring, use wire equal to 600V vinyl insulation or above.
To prevent damage and failure of the equipment, provide the rated power voltage.
To prevent shock and equipment failure, do not turn the power ON until all wiring is complete.
Before feeding power, confirm that clearance space has been secured to prevent shock and fire with
the equipment.
Do not touch the terminal while the machine is on. Doing so risks shock or equipment errors.
Never disassemble, convert, modify or repair this equipment. Doing so carries the risk of abnormal
operation, shock and fire.
1.3 Maintenance
•
•
•
When installing and removing the equipment, turn the power OFF. Failing to do so may cause shock
operational errors or failures.
Periodic maintenance is recommended for continuous and safe use of this equipment. Some components used on this equipment have a limited life and/or may deteriorate with age.
The warranty period for this unit (including accessories) is one year, if the product is used properly.
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2.
Caution
2.1 Cautions when Installing
Please avoid installing in the following locations.
• Locations in which the ambient temperature falls outside the range of –10 to 50°C when equipment is
in use. (If the power supply is AC200V, the recommended maximum ambient temperature is 45°C.)
• Locations in which the ambient humidity falls outside the range of 0 to 90% RH when equipment is in use
• Locations with rapid temperature changes, leading to dew condensation
• Locations with corrosive gases (especially sulfide gas, ammonia, etc.) or flammable gases
• Locations in contact with water, oil, chemicals, steam or hot water
(If the equipment gets wet, there is a risk of electric shock or fire, so have it inspected by the distributor.)
• Locations with high concentrations of atmospheric dust, salt or iron particles
• Locations with large inductive interference, resulting in static electricity, magnetic fields or noise
• Locations in direct sunlight.
• Locations that build up heat from radiant heat sources, etc.
2.2 Cautions when Attaching the Panels
•
Please attach the PXH with the included Fixtures (2 pieces) to the top and bottom, and tighten with a
screwdriver.
The clamp torque is approximately 0.15 N·m (1.5 kg·cm)
It is designed such that overtightening will cause left/right cracking to the central area of the Fixtures
and hence reduce the torque.
Cracking to the central area will not cause any problems in terms of usability of the equipment as is.
(However, do exercise caution in not applying too much torque because the casing is made of plastic.)
• The front of this equipment is wateproof in compliance with NEMA-4X standards (IP66-equivalent).
However, regarding waterproofing between the equipment and the panel, use the included packing to
ensure waterproofing and attach it according to the guidelines below. (Incorrect attachment may
cause the equipment to lose its waterproof capabilities.)
q As shown in Fig. 1, insert the panel after attaching the packing to the equipment case.
w As shown in Fig. 2, tighten the fixture screws so that no gaps can remain between the equipment
face, the packing and the panels. Once finished, confirm that there are no changes in shape such
as displaced or improperly-fitted packing, etc. as shown in Fig. 3.
• Please exercise caution if the panel strength is weak and gaps develop between the packing and the
panel, as this will result in the loss of its waterproofing capabilities.
Mounting method
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
Mounting
fixture
Screw
Fig. 4
Fig. 3
Packing
Packing
=
α
Case
0
to
30
°
Unit
Case
Packing
Front
Panel
Panel
Screw
Mounting fixture
(Bad)
(Good)
Standard: vertical attachment (horizontal position fixtures)
If attached at an angle, the maximum gradient is a 30° downslope.
(Caution)
• In order not to hamper heat dissipation, do not block the sides of the equipment.
• Do not block the air vents on the upper part of the terminal.
• For the PXH9, please attach the Fixtures to the attachment holes in the center of the main unit.
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2.3 Cautions for Wire Connections
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Perform wiring beginning from the left-side terminals (No. 1 to No. 12).
Do not connect anyting to the unused terminals. (Do not use them as relay terminals.)
For thermocouple input, use the designated compensation lead; for resistance temperature sensors,
use wires with small lead wire resistance and without any resistance difference among the three
wires.
To avoid noise conductor effects, do not use input signal wires in close proximity with electric power
lines or load lines.
Use input signal lines and output signal lines that are separated from each other and are shielded.
If there is a lot of noise from the power source, adding an insulation transducer and using a noise filter
is recommended.
(Example: TDK ZMB22R5-11 noise filter)
Always attach a noise filter to a panel that is grounded securely, and keep the wiring between the
noise filter output side and the measuring equipment power terminal wiring to a minimum length.
Please do not attach fuses and switches, etc. to the noise filter output wiring since doing so will
decrease the filter’s effectiveness.
Twisting the measuring instrument wiring is effective when connecting the wires. (The shorter the
pitch of the twist, the more effective the connection is against noise.)
Operation preparation time is required for the contact output when power is turned on. If using it as a
signal to an external interlock circuit, please couple it with a delayed relay.
Concerning the output relay, connecting the maximum rated load will shorten the product’s life; so
please attach an auxiliary relay. If the output operation frequency is high, selecting a SSR/SSC drive
output type is recommended.
[Proportionate cycles] Relay output: 30 seconds or more,
SSR/SSC drive output: 1 second or more
When inductive loads such as magnetic opening/closing equipment, etc. as relay output equipment
are connected, use of “Zetrap,” manufactured by Fuji Device Technology, Co. Ltd., is recommended in
order to protect the connection points against opening/closing surges and to ensure long-term use.
Model names : ENC241D-05A (For 100V power voltage)
ENC471D-05A (For 200V power voltage)
Attachment position : Please connect between the relay control output connection points. (Refer to Fig. 5.)
If using a thermocouple input, make sure that an RCJ module is connected as shown in the diagram
below. (If an RCJ module is not connected, the temperature measurement cannot function.)
To use resistance bulb input instead of thermocouple input, remove RCJ module. Keep the removed
RCJ module, and do not forget to mount it back when input is changed again.
Take wiring resistance into consideration when using a Zener barrier.
In applying mV voltage, do not remove the RCJ module.
It is dangerous to make an SSR connection when the output is set at 4-20mA, because the output will
be kept “ON” even when the MV display shows –5%. Make sure to confirm the setting and the wiring
before making the SSR connection.
When the transmitter power supply model is selected, the external wiring will be connected as Fig. 6.
–6–
4 to 20mA DC
3
OUT2
+
4 –
Zetrap
Transmitter
Connected
externally.
PV1
+
33
36 –
Terminal
Transmitter
power supply
output
Input type code 26
(4 to 20mA DC)
Input impedance (250Ω)
Main unit
RCJ module
RCJ module (for PV2)
Fig. 6 External wiring for the model with the
power supply to the transmitter
Fig. 5 Attachement position of
Zetrap and RCJ module
2.4 Key Operation Cautions/Operations during Abnormality
•
•
•
The alarm function does not work properly when an abnormality takes place unless the settings are
made correctly. Always verify its setting before operation.
If the input wiring breaks, the display will read UUUU. When replacing the sensor, always turn the
power OFF.
The PV display will read UUUU or LLLL when over range or under range during input. However, if the
display limit is smaller than the over-range/under-range, the fixed number -19999 or 99999 will be
displayed.
2.5 Others
•
•
•
Please do not wipe the equipment with organic solvents such as alcohol or benzene, etc. If wiping is
necessary, do so with a neutral cleaning agent.
Do not use mobile phones near this instrument (within 50 cm). Otherwise a malfunction may result.
Trouble may occur if the instrument is used near a radio, TV, or wireless device.
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For Proper Usage
<Reference Item>
<Details>
Model Designation Confirmation
• Please confirm that the model
delivered matches your order.
1
Installation / Mounting
2
Wire Connection
• External dimensions
• Panel cut dimensions
• How to install on the panel
• Terminal connection diagram
Turn Power On
3
Usage (Read before using)
4
Display and Operation Methods
5
Switching Parameters
6
Digital Controller Function
7
Controller Set-up Procedure
Operation
• How to change the temperature
setting values
• Basic method of operation
• List of parameters
• Table of input/output/alarm
codes
• Set up input sensor and input
range
• Control method selection
• Control via auto-tuning
Automatic settings of parameters
8 When the display does not make sense. • Displays during abnormalities.
Since about 15 minutes is needed until the unit becomes thermally stable,
wait for 15 minutes or more after turning the power on before making
measurements, etc.
It takes about 7 seconds from power ON to establish a stable output.
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1
Installation/mounting
External/Panel Cut Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
Outline Dimensions
Panel Cutout Dimensions
Outline dimensions drawing (96mm type)
79.5
2 Mounting fixture
+0.8
+0.8
92.0 0
91.5
107.5
116MIN.
96
Packing for waterproof
Panel
92.0 0
6.2
10
96
t
t (1
Terminal
RCJ module
screw M3 RCJ module (for PV2)
8)
PC Loader interface
37-48 49-60 61-72
1-12
100MIN.
13-24 25-36
Note: in the case where paint finish will be applied
after panel hole-punching, take care of the
finished dimensions.
*
*
•
Depending on the models, some terminals will remain unused (terminals 37 to 60). A terminal block
should not be installed onto these unused terminals.
(A dummy cover will be installed.)
Use a PC loader interface when using the parameter loader. An optional PC loader communication
cable is required to use the parameter loader.
Use wires and solderless terminals of the size shown below for connections.
Wire size
Parts
Size
Thermocouple
(Compensating lead wire)
1.25mm2 or smaller
Wire
1.25mm2 or smaller
Connection using terminal cover
• Connect 2 wires of 1.25mm2 or smaller in size
Solderless terminal size
Compatible wire size
0.25 to 1.25mm2
0.8N·m
Round solderless terminal
Pass through
the top of the cover.
3.2mm
φ3.2mm
6.0mm or less
6.0mm or less
together to the same terminal as shown below.
Fastening torque
Y-type solderless terminal
–9–
Pass
through
the bottom
of the cover
Terminal cover
2
Wiring Connection
Terminal Connection Diagram
Output 1
OUT2
+
+
-
-
1
5
2
6
RS485 Communication
Output 2
+
+
-
-
3
4
SSR/SSC
drive output
Current
output
+
Current
output
SG
Transmitter
power supply
-
DO4 DO4/Control output 1 (Relay)
NC
COM
NO
14
15
16
25
26
27
Di1-4
51
52
53
54
55
+
+
57
+
58
60
-
60
-
60
-
[V] [mV]
Current Voltage
B
58
A
B
56
57
+
57
RCJ
Module
58
59
59
60
- 60
R.T.D.
DO11
DO12
DO13
DO14
DO15
COM
49
1
13
25
38
50
2
14
26
39
51
3
15
27
40
52
4
16
28
41
53
5
17
29
42
54
6
18
30
43
55
7
19
31
44
56
8
20
32
55
45
57
9
21
33
56
46
58
10
22
34
57
47
59
11
23
35
58
48
60
12
24
36
49
50
51
52
53
54
PV1
+
50
DI11
DI12
DI13
DI14
DI15
COM
37
33
-
36
59
DI1
DI2
DI3
28
DI4
COM
31
29
30
32
Measurement value input 1
+
49
Extended-Di/Do
33
-
36
RCJ Module
33
B
34
34
A
35
35
B
+
Measurement value input 2
PV2
Digital inputs
+
OUT1
DO3
34
36
36
[V] [mV]
Current Voltage R.T.D
60
-
36
T.C.
The RCJ module must be connected in
case of a thermocouple (T.C.) input.
Remove it for resistance bulb (R.T.D.)
input.
T.C.
The RCJ module must be connected in case of
a thermocouple (T.C.) input.
Remove it for resistance bulb (R.T.D.) input.
Supply
DO-COM
DO1
DO2
7
8
9
AI1
Auxiliary analog input
10
11
12
100-240VAC
50/60Hz
– 10 –
18
+
FG
-
DO1, 2
Voltage
19
20
3
Usage (Read before using)
Operating parts and their functions
10
11 12
13
14
15
16
17
20
19
21
22
18
1
5
2
6
3
7
8
Operation Part
Name
4
9
Function
q F1 key
Assignable by the user.
w F2 key
Assignable by the user.
e F3 key
Assignable by the user.
Switches between AUTO mode and MANUAL mode
r A/M key
(AUTO/MANUAL
switch key)
Switches display between the set value (SV) / control
t DISP key
(switch display key) output (MV).
Press the key to return from the setting mode to the
operation mode (operation screen).
For parameter block selection, parameter selection, and
y SEL key
parameter setting change.
(Select key)
u
Select a digit of data value for a desired setting change.
key
(Digit selection key)
Increases the data value of a desired setting change.
i key
Changes the value of a set value (SV) when in operation.
(Up key)
Used to select channels and parameters and change
parameter settings in the setting mode.
Decreases the data value of a desired setting change.
o key
Changes the value of a set value (SV) when in operation.
(Down key)
Used to select channels and parameters and change the
parameter setting in the setting mode.
∗ During the electrical current output, the lamp will not light.
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10
11 12
13
14
15
16
17
20
19
21
22
18
1
5
2
6
3
7
8
Display
Name
!0
!1
!2
!3
!4
!5
!6
STBY Lamp
R Lamp
A Lamp
M Lamp
C1 Lamp
C2 Lamp
DO1 Lamp
DO2 Lamp
DO3 Lamp
DO4 Lamp
DO5 Lamp
!7 ALM Lamp
!8 SV / MV Lamp
!9
@0
@1
@2
4
9
Function
Lamp lights when in standby mode.
Lamp lights when in REMOTE mode.
Lamp lights when in AUTO mode.
Lamp lights when in MANUAL mode.
Lamp lights when control output 1 is ON. ∗
Lamp lights when control output 2 is ON. ∗
Lamp lights when digital output 1 to output 4 (DO1 to
DO4) is on.
The lamp functions are assignable by the user.
Do5: None
Lamp lights when alarm is activated.
Indicates the status shown in the sub-segment display.
SV : Set value
MV : Control output value
Measurement value Displays the measurement value (PV) during operation.
(PV) display (red)
Also displays the parameter name when setting
parameters.
Set value (SV)
Displays the set values (SV) or control output value (MV)
display (orange) or during operation.
Output value (MV)
display (orange)
Sub-segment
During operation : When TPLT (ch8-92) is set at 10, 13,
display
the loop number is displayed.
When TPLT (ch8-92) is set at 11, 14,
the SV number is displayed.
Bar graph display Setting parameters : Parameter number is displayed.
Displays a bar graph of control output (MV) during operation.
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4
Displays and Operation Methods
When in Standby Operation
During Operation Mode
1 To change the setting values (SV)
• To Operate standby mode : set STbY (ch1 to 5) to ON.
Caution
STBY
If the key operation is not performed for 10 seconds
while the SV value is flickering, the value returns to
the previous setting value (SV).
Comes
on
A
Comes
on
• Operation during standby mode:
No alarm will be activated.
Control output will be produced in accordance with the PMv1 (ch2 to 22) parameter.
Caution
Press the
key to enter the setting value
(SV) change mode.
Be aware that in standby mode, the unit’s warning alarm will not be activated
either.
(Display) STBY LED lights.
On standby
Control output
Outputs value designated by PMV1
Alarm output
All OFF
Timer operation
All OFF
Hold operation
–
Latch operation
All OFF
Reverse output
All OFF
operation
Communication
AO
DO
Inverse output
operation
Upon reset
Bumpless reset
–
Zero start
Initial start
Initial start
A / M key
2 To change the output
value (MV)
M
Comes
on
Reverse operation
Normal operation (Not affected by standby.)
0mA
All OFF
–
Level detection: ON
–
Edge detection: OFF
STbY(ch1-5)=OFF
Press the
Communication
Not affected by standby.
Communication Display or No Display is assignable.
Display
key to enter the output value
(MV) change mode.
Switch by SEL key
Parameter Setting
Operation mode
(Operation display)
1 Channel selection display
2 Parameter selection display
Channel
No.
Select a desired channel
SEL
and press SEL or
Parameter name
.
Setting value
1
Channel selection display
Refer to the parameter
changing method for details.
Parameter
No.
Select a desired channel using the
or the
key, and then
press the SEL or the
2
Press DISP to return.
key.
Press SEL to
register
Parameter selection display
After selecting a desired
parameter, press SEL
Select a desired parameter using the
or the
key, and then
press the SEL or the
3
Press DISP to
return without
making
registration.
key.
.
3 Parameter change status
Parameter change
Press the
or
,
or the
key
to change the setting.
Press the SEL key to register the setting.
Press DISP for 2 seconds.
: Increases the set value.
Parameter selection display
: Decreases the set value.
Press DISP twice.
: Moves the cursor between digits.
Press DISP for 2 seconds.
Operation mode
(Operation display)
Parameter display in the text
Note that the display is not automatically returned from parameter setting
display, etc. to the operation display.
Example)
STbY (ch1-5)
Parameter symbol
– 13 –
Channel No.
Parameter No.
5
Switching parameters
DISP
SV
Operation
mode
(Operation
display)
SV/MV switching
DISP
SEL
DISP
Password 1
Ch1
Password 2
Ch2
Ch3
Ch4
Ch5
Ch6
Ch7
Ch8
Ch9
ChA
ChB
ChC
ChD
ChE
Channel
selection
Press SEL or
in
MV
or
Press SEL to confirm.
.
Note) Ch4
Press DISP to return.
Ch5
Ch6
cannot
be set.
ChC
Password
entry
After selecting a
desired channel,
press SEL or
DISP
.
If the value entered does not allow PS1=PAS1 (Ch9-1) or
PS2=PAS2 (Ch9-2) to hold, the later channels cannot be
selected.
Parameter No. Parameter name
Parameter
selection
Parameter No. Parameter name
01
01
34
– 14 –
Ch1
(Operation parameter)
Parameter
No.
Content Explanation
Factory Parameter
default
mask
Symbol
Name
1
rEM1
Remote mode
Switches setting between remote/auto
mode operation.
REM: Remote mode AUT: Auto mode
AUT
01-1
5
STbY
Standby
command
Switches controller to RUN/Standby.
ON: Control standby
(output OFF, alarm OFF)
OFF: Control RUN
OFF
01-5
Display
Refer to Table 7.
7
AT
Auto-tuning
command
Sets auto-tuning.
OFF: non action
ON1: start auto-tuning.
OFF
01-7
8
LACh
Alarm latch
cancel
command
Disables alarm 1 - 8 latch.
OFF: Stopped
CLR: Latch clear
OFF
01-8
9
PLTn
Palette selection Selects a PID palette to be used to control.
(Setting range: 0 to 7)
0
01-10
10
AL1
Alarm settings 1
Alarm 1 operation value setting.
Setting possible within the input range
10%FS
02-1
11
A1-L
Alarm lower
limit settings 1
Alarm 1 lower limit operation value
setting.
Setting possible within the input range
10%FS
02-1
12
A1-h
Alarm upper
limit settings 1
Alarm 1 upper limit operation value
setting.
Setting possible within the input range
10%FS
02-1
31
AL8
Alarm settings 8
Alarm 8 operation value setting.
Setting possible within the input range
10%FS
02-8
32
A8-L
Alarm lower
limit settings 8
Alarm 8 lower limit operation value
setting.
Setting possible within the input range
10%FS
02-8
33
A8-h
Alarm upper
limit settings 8
Alarm 8 upper limit operation value
setting.
Setting possible within the input range
10%FS
02-8
34
LoC
Keylock
Selects parameter lock type
(Setting range: 0 to 5)
0
01-11
Key operation
Communication
No. All Parm. SV/MV All Parm. SV/MV
0
1
2
3
4
5
: Can be set
– 15 –
: Cannot be set
Notes
Displayed when
alarm operation
type 1TP (chA-1)
is set to 1 to 11.
(See table 1.)
Displayed when
alarm operation
type 1TP (chA-1)
is set to 16 to 31.
(See table 1.)
Displayed when
alarm operation
type 1TP (chA-1)
is set to 16 to 31.
(See table 1.)
Displayed when
alarm operation
type 8TP (chA-36)
is set to 1 to 11.
(See table 1.)
Displayed when
alarm operation
type 8TP (chA-36)
is set to 16 to 31.
(See table 1.)
Displayed when
alarm operation
type 8TP (chA-36)
is set to 16 to 31.
(See table 1.)
Ch2
(Control parameter)
Parameter
No.
Display
Symbol
Name
Content Explanation
1
P1
Proportional
band
Setting range: 0.0 to 999.9%
ON/OFF control at setting = 0.
2
i1
Integral time
3
d1
5
Factory Parameter
mask
default
Notes
5.0
03-1
Setting range: 0.0 to 3200.0 seconds
Integral control OFF at setting = 0.
240.0
03-1
Derivative time
Setting range: 0.0 to 999.9 seconds
Derivative control OFF at setting = 0.
60.0
03-1
Arh1
Anti - reset
windup
Upper limit
setting value
Integration cut point upper limit setting
value
(Setting range: 0 to 100%FS)
100%FS
03-3
Sets by deviation from SV.
6
ArL1
Anti - reset
windup
Lower limit
setting value
Integration cut point lower limit setting
value
(Setting range: 0 to 100%FS)
100%FS
03-3
Sets by deviation from SV.
7
Sh1
SV value
upper limit
Sets upper limit SV
(Setting range: -25 to 125%FS)
100%FS
03-4
8
SL1
SV value
lower limit
Sets lower limit SV
(Setting range: -25 to 125%FS)
0%FS
03-4
9
Mvh1
MV value
upper limit
Sets upper limit MV
(Setting range: -25.0 to 125.0%FS)
105.0
03-5
10
MvL1
MV value
lower limit
Sets lower limit MV
(Setting range: -25.0 to 125.0%FS)
-5.0
03-5
13
dMv1
MV change
ratio limit
Sets the limit value of deviation of MV
(DMV) in one control cycle (50ms.)
(Setting range: 0.0 to 150.0%)
0.0: No limit
0.0%
03-7
Limit is not
applied to the
deviation of MV
by EX-MV
operation.
14
dT1
Sampling cycle
Sets sampling cycle for PID operation.
(Setting range: 5 to 1000)
5
03-8
The actual
cycle is (Set
value × 10) ms.
15
hS1
Hysteresis
setting
Hysteresis value during ON/OFF control
time. (Setting range: 0 to 50%FS)
0.3%FS
03-9
18
bAL1
Operation
output
convergence
value
Sets output convergence value
(Setting range: -100.0 to 100.0%)
0.0%
03-12
19
TC1
Cycle time of
Control output
(MV1)
Sets proportional cycle for control output.
(Setting range: 1 to 150 sec)
By
designation
at the time
of ordering
03-13
20
rEv1
Control
operation
setting
Sets a control operation method.
NRML: Normal operation
REV: Reverse operation
REV
03-14
22
PMv1
Preset value for Sets MV for stanby.
control output
(Setting range: -25.0 to 125.0%)
0.0
03-16
23
ALP1
Alpha
Sets 2 degrees of freedom coefficient
α. (Setting range: -300.0 to 300.0%)
100.0
40-1
24
bET1
Beta
Sets 2 degrees of freedom coefficient
β. (Setting range: 0.0 to 999.9%)
0.0
40-1
97
EXM1
External
control amount
Sets external output value.
(Setting range: -25.0 to 125.0%)
0.0
07-1
99
kF1
FF gain
0.0
40-2
A0
b1F1
FF bias1
Sets Feed Forward gain and bias 1,
bias 2.
[FF = KF1 × (Input - B1F) + B2F]
(Setting range: -1000.0 to 1000.0)
0.0
40-2
A1
b2F1
FF bias2
0.0
40-2
– 16 –
Effective only
for RY output
and SSR drive
output
Refer to Table 7.
Ch3
(Control palette)
Parameter
No.
Display
Content Explanation
Symbol
Name
1
Sv1
Setting value 1
palette 1 SV
(Setting range: SV lower limit value
to SV upper limit value)
2
P-1
Proportional
band 1
palette 1 proportional band
(Setting range: 0.0 to 999.9%)
ON/OFF control at setting = 0.
3
i-1
Integral time 1
4
d-1
6
Factory Parameter
default
mask
0%FS
08-1
5.0
08-1
palette 1 integral time
(Setting range: 0.0 to 3200.0 sec)
Integral control OFF at setting = 0.
240.0
08-1
Derivative
time 1
palette 1 derivative time
(Setting range: 0.0 to 999.9 sec)
Derivative control OFF at setting = 0.
60.0
08-1
Arh1
Anti - reset
windup upper
limit value 1
palette 1 Anti - reset windup upper limit
value setting.
(Setting range: 0 to 100%FS)
100%FS
08-1
7
ArL1
Anti - reset
windup lower
limit value 1
palette 1 Anti - reset windup lower limit
value setting.
(Setting range: 0 to 100%FS)
100%FS
08-1
8
hYS1
Hysteresis
setting 1
palette 1 hysteresis setting
(Setting range: 0 to 50%FS)
0.3%FS
08-1
11
bL-1
Output convergence value 1
palette 1 Output convergence value
(Setting range: -100.0 to 100.0%)
0.0%
08-1
67
Sv7
Setting value 7
palette 7 SV
(Setting range: SV lower limit value
to SV upper limit value)
0%FS
14-1
68
P-7
Proportional
band 7
palette 7 proportional band
(Setting range: 0.0 to 999.9%)
ON/OFF control at setting = 0.
5.0
14-1
69
i-7
Integral time 7
palette 7 integral time
(Setting range: 0.0 to 3200.0 sec)
Integral control OFF at setting = 0.
240.0
14-1
70
d-7
Derivative
time 7
palette 7 derivative time
(Setting range: 0.0 to 999.9 sec)
Derivative control OFF at setting = 0.
60.0
14-1
72
Arh7
Anti - reset
windup upper
limit value 7
palette 7 Anti - reset windup upper limit
value setting.
(Setting range: 0 to 100%FS)
100%FS
14-1
73
ArL7
Anti - reset
windup lower
limit value 7
palette 7 Anti - reset windup lower limit
value setting.
(Setting range: 0 to 100%FS)
100%FS
14-1
74
hYS7
Hysteresis
setting 7
palette 7 hysteresis setting
(Setting range: 0 to 50%FS)
0.3%FS
14-1
77
bL-7
Output convergence value 7
palette 7 Output convergence value
(Setting range: -100.0 to 100.0%)
0.0%
14-1
78
rEF1
PID switch
point 1
palette 1 PID switch point
(Setting range: -25 to 125%FS)
0%FS
08-1
84
rEF7
PID switch
point 7
palette 7 PID switch point
(Setting range: -25 to 125%FS)
0%FS
14-1
– 17 –
Notes
Ch7
(Monitor)
Parameter
No.
Display
Symbol
Content Explanation
Name
Factory Parameter
default
mask
1
Pv1
PV1 monitor
Displays Process value 1 input.
–
17-1
2
Pv2
PV2 monitor
Displays Process value 2 input.
–
17-2
4
Ai1
AI1 monitor
Displays Analog input 1 input.
–
17-5
6
rSv1
RSV1 monitor
Displays REMOTE set value 1
temperature.
–
17-9
10
LSV1
Local SV1
monitor
Display Local set value 1
–
17-9
14
RCJ1
RCJ1 monitor
Displays RCJ1 input.
–
17-1
15
RCJ2
RCJ2 monitor
Displays RCJ2 input.
–
17-2
17
Ao1
AO1 monitor
Displays Analog output 1 output value.
–
18-1
18
Ao2
AO2 monitor
Displays Analog output 2 output value.
–
18-1
21
Di01
DI monitor 1
Displays DI1 to 4 status.
–
19-1
–
19-1
–
19-1
–
19-1
DI4
DI3
DI2
DI1
22
Di11
DI monitor 2
DO01
DO monitor 1
Displays DI11 to 15 status.
DO11
DO monitor 2
Displays DO1 to 4 status.
OFF: Blank
ON : Do No.
Displays DO11 to 15 status.
DO15
DO14
DO13
DO12
DO11
27
AiM
Calculation
result monitor
OFF: Blank
ON : Do No.
19-3
Displays user’s calculation result.
–
28
TM1
34-1
29
TM2
34-2
30
TM3
34-3
31
TM4
32
TM5
33
TM6
34
TM7
35
TM8
36
AMV1
EXMV value
Displays the value to be output as EXMV.
–
17-9
40
FFV1
Feed Forward
value
Displays the value of Feed Forward
element.
–
17-9
Alarm delay
remaining time
monitor
Control RSV
value
(after input
correction)
OFF: Blank
ON : Di No.
DO4
DO3
DO2
DO1
25
Reading of the
signal input to
the terminal
(before input
correction)
OFF: Blank
ON : Di No.
DI15
DI14
DI13
DI12
DI11
24
Notes
Displays the remaining time for the alarm
delay of ALM1 to ALM8.
–
34-4
34-5
34-6
34-7
34-8
– 18 –
The alarm
option will
select the unit.
Ch8
(Input/output definition)
Parameter
No.
Display
Content Explanation
Symbol
Name
1
Pv1F
PV1 full-scale
2
Pv1b
PV1 base scale Sets the base-side scale of PV1 input.
(Setting range: -19999 to 99999)
3
Pv1d
PV1 decimal
point position
Sets the full-side scale of PV1 input.
(Setting range: -19999 to 99999)
Specifies the decimal point position of PV1
input. (Setting range: 0 to 3)
Factory Parameter
default
mask
Notes
As ordered
20-1
For details see
Table 3.
As ordered
20-1
For details see
Table 3.
1
20-1
3:
2:
1:
0 : No decimal point
4
Pv1T
PV1 input type
Sets the type of PV1 input.
(Setting range: 0 to 27)
As ordered
20-1
5
Pv1U
Unit
Sets the measurement unit.
non : No unit
˚F : ˚F unit
˚C : ˚C unit
As ordered
20-2
6
Pv1Z
PV1 input zero
point adjustment
Sets the correction value of a zero point for
PV1 input. (Setting range: -50 to 50%FS)
0%FS
20-3
7
Pv1S
PV1 input span
point adjustment
Sets the correction value of a span point for
PV1 input. (Setting range: -50 to 50%FS)
0%FS
20-3
11
P1CU
PV1 input
rooter cut point
Sets the cut point of square-root extraction
calculation for PV1 input. In case of OFF,
the square-root extraction is not calculated.
(Setting range: OFF, 0.0 to 125.0%)
OFF
20-7
12
P1TF
Time constant
of PV1 input filter
Sets the constant during filter for PV1
input. (Setting range: 0.0 to 900.0 sec)
0.0
20-8
14
Pv2F
PV2 full-scale
Sets the full-side scale of PV2 input.
(Setting range: -19999 to 99999)
As ordered
20-1
For details see
Table 3.
15
Pv2b
PV2 base scale Sets the base-side scale of PV2 input.
(Setting range: -19999 to 99999)
As ordered
20-1
For details see
Table 3.
16
Pv2d
PV2 decimal
point position
1
20-1
Specifies the decimal point position of PV2
input. (Setting range: 0 to 3)
For details see
Table 2.
3:
2:
1:
0 : No decimal point
17
Pv2T
PV2 input type
Sets the type of PV2 input.
(Setting range: 0 to 27)
3
20-1
18
Pv2U
Unit
Sets the measurement unit for PV2 input.
non : No unit
˚F : ˚F unit
˚C : ˚C unit
˚C
20-2
19
Pv2Z
PV2 input zero
point adjustment
Sets the correction value of a zero point for
PV2 input. (Setting range: -50 to 50%FS)
0%FS
20-3
20
Pv2S
PV2 input span
point adjustment
Sets the correction value of a span point for
PV2 input. (Setting range: -50 to 50%FS)
0%FS
20-3
24
P2CU
PV2 input
rooter cut point
Sets the cut point of square-root extraction
calculation for PV2 input. In case of OFF,
the square-root extraction is not calculated.
(Setting range: OFF, 0.0 to 125.0%)
OFF
20-7
25
P2TF
Time constant
of PV2 input filter
Sets the constant during filter for PV2
input. (Setting range: 0.0 to 900.0 sec)
0.0
20-8
Note) Be sure to reset or turn on the power after the parameter setting is changed.
– 19 –
For details see
Table 2.
Ch8
(Input/output definition)
Parameter
No.
Display
Symbol
Name
Content Explanation
Factory Parameter
default
mask
40
Ai1F
Ai1 full scale
Sets the full-side scale of analog (Ai1)
input. (Setting range: -19999 to 99999)
As ordered
23-1
41
Ai1b
Ai1 base scale
Sets the scale of base-side analog (Ai1)
input. (Setting range: -19999 to 99999)
As ordered
23-1
42
Ai1d
Ai1 decimal
point position
Specifies the decimal point position for
analog (Ai1) input. (Setting range: 0 to 3)
1
23-1
16
23-1
Notes
3:
2:
1:
0 : No decimal point
43
Ai1T
Ai1 input type
Sets the type of Ai1 input.
(Setting range: 16 to 18)
45
Ai1Z
Ai1 input zero
point adjustment
Sets the correction value of a zero point for
Ai1 input. (Setting range: -50 to 50%FS)
0%FS
23-3
46
Ai1S
Ai1 input span
point adjustment
Sets the correction value of a span point for
Ai1 input. (Setting range: -50 to 50%FS)
0%FS
23-3
49
A1CU
Ai1 input rooter
cut point
Sets the cut point of the square-root extraction
calculation for Ai1 input. In case of OFF, the
square-root extraction is not calculated.
(Setting range: OFF, 0.0 to 125.0%)
OFF
23-7
50
A1TF
Time constant
of Ai1 input filter
Sets the constant during filter for Ai1 input.
(Setting range: 0.0 to 900.0sec)
0.0
23-8
64
Ao1T
AO1 output
type
Switches the AO1 (re-transmission output)
signal.
Setting range: PV, SV, MV, DV, AiM,
S1, S2, S3
PV
25-1
66
Ao1h
AO1 output
scale upper limit
Sets the scale upper limit value of the AO1
output. (Setting range: -130.0 to 130.0%)
100.0%
25-1
67
Ao1L
AO1 output
scale lower limit
Sets the scale lower limit value of the AO1
output. (Setting range: -130.0 to 130.0%)
0.0%
25-1
68
A1Lh
AO1 output
limit upper limit
Sets the upper limt value of the AO1 output
limit. (Setting range: -25.0 to 105.0%)
105.0%
25-1
69
A1LL
AO1 output
limit lower limit
Sets the lower limt value of the AO1 output
limit. (Setting range: -25.0 to 105.0%)
-5.0%
25-1
70
Ao2T
AO2 output
type
Switches the AO2 (re-transmission output)
signal.
Setting range: PV, SV, MV, DV, AiM,
S1, S2, S3
PV
25-2
72
Ao2h
AO2 output
scale upper limit
Sets the scale upper limit value of the AO2 100.0%
output. (Setting range: -130.0 to 130.0%)
25-2
73
Ao2L
AO2 output
scale lower limit
Sets the scale lower limit value of the AO2
output. (Setting range: -130.0 to 130.0%)
0.0%
25-2
74
A2Lh
AO2 output
limit upper limit
Sets the upper limt value of the AO2 output
limit. (Setting range: -25.0 to 105.0%)
105.0%
25-2
75
A2LL
AO2 output
limit lower limit
Sets the lower limt value of the AO2 output
limit. (Setting range: -25.0 to 105.0%)
-5.0%
25-2
Note) Be sure to reset or turn on the power after the parameter setting is changed.
– 20 –
For details see
Table 2.
It is invalid when
the control output
is chosen.
It is invalid
when the XPS
is attached.
Ch8
(Input/output definition)
Parameter
No.
Display
Symbol
Name
Content Explanation
88
CALC
Calculation
Selects the calculation type.
(Setting range: 0 to 11)
89
UCF1
UCAL
full scale
90
UCb1
91
Factory Parameter
default
mask
0
25-9
Sets the scale on the full side which is
utilized for mathematical calculations.
(Setting range: -19999 to 99999)
As ordered
25-9
UCAL
base scale
Sets the scale on the base side which is
utilized for mathematical calculations.
(Setting range: -19999 to 99999)
As ordered
25-9
UCD1
UCAL
decimal point
position
Sets the decimal point position for
mathematical calculations.
(Setting range: 0 to 3)
1
25-9
92
TPLT
Template
Specifies the template.
The range of effective setting.
10 : Single-loop basic PID control
(with Math function)
11 : Single-loop SV selection PID control
(with Math function)
13 : Single-loop basic PID control
14 : Single-loop SV selection PID control
16 : Single-loop input selection PID
control
(with Math function)
Setup other than the above is forbidden.
13
25-10
93
oTYP
Output type
Selects the control output selector type.
(Setting range: 10 to 13)
98
CN01
Constant 1
b3
CN16
Constant 16
Sets a constant value used for templates.
The meaning of the value varies depending
on template. Make the setting after
checking the description of each template.
(Setting range: -19999 to 99999)
As ordered 25-11
0
25-15
Note) Be sure to reset or turn on the power after the parameter setting is changed.
– 21 –
Notes
For details see
Table 9.
For details see
Table 4.
Ch9
(Sysytem definition)
Parameter
No.
Display
Symbol
Name
Content Explanation
Factory Parameter
default
mask
1
PAS1
Security
setting 1
Sets security (passwords).
(Setting range: 0000 to FFFF)
0000
26-1
2
PAS2
Security
setting 2
Sets security (password).
(Setting range: 0000 to FFFF)
0000
26-2
3
PAS3
Security
setting 3
Sets security (password).
(Setting range: 0000 to FFFF)
0000
26-3
7
rih1
Remote mode
Prevents switching to the REMOTE mode.
setting prevention (Setting range: ON/OFF)
OFF
27-1
11
rAC1
R_ACK use
selection
Selects use or non-use of R_ACK.
(Setting range: INH, ENA)
INH
27-5
15
A-M1
A/M mode
Selects the A/M mode.
(Setting range: A-M, A)
A-M
27-9
19
Cnd1
Mode settings when Sets the mode when the power turns ON.
the power turns ON. (Setting range: A, R, M)
A
28-1
23
Trk1
Tracking method
selection (SV)
ON
28-9
30
STBo
Operation settings Sets the front display operation in the standby
when in standby mode mode. (Setting range: 0: lighting, 1: extinction)
0
29-4
31
PLTS
palette switching Selects a palette switching factor.
(Setting range: PLTn, SV, PV)
method selection
PLTn
29-6
32
F1
User designation
key-1 (F1)
0
29-7
33
F2
User designation
key-2 (F2)
0
29-8
34
F3
User designation
key-3 (F3)
0
29-9
35
brd1
Burn out direction
specification (MV1)
Lo
30-1
39
di01
Assignment for
digital input 1
31-1
42
di04
Assignment for
digital input 4
di01 : 60
di02 : 70
di03 : 0
di04 : 103
43
di11
Assignment for
digital input 11
47
di15
Assignment for
digital input 15
53
do1
Assignment for
digital output 1
56
do4
Assignment for
digital output 4
57
do11
Assignment for
digital output 11
61
do15
Assignment for
digital output 15
Selects ON or OFF for tracking the local
set value (SV)
Sets user assignments for function keys.
[F1] - [F3].
(Setting range: 0 - 27)
Specifies the direction of the control
output during a burnout.
(Setting range: HOLD, LO, UP, EXMV)
Sets assignments for DI1-DI4, DI11-DI15.
(Setting range: 0 - 255)
Sets assignments for DO1-DO4,
DO11-DO15.
(Setting range: 0 - 255)
0
31-2
do1 : 1
do2 : 2
do3 : 3
do4 : 4
31-9
0
31-10
Note) Be sure to reset or turn on the power after the parameter setting is changed.
– 22 –
Notes
For details see
Table 7.
For details see
Table 8.
For details see
Table 5.
For details see
Table 6.
Ch9
(Sysytem definition)
Parameter
No.
Display
Symbol
Name
Content Explanation
Factory Parameter
default
mask
67
C1
LED C1
assignment
21
32-1
68
C2
LED C2
assignment
22
32-2
69
Ldo1
LED DO1
assignment
73
Ldo5
Ldo1 : 1
Ldo2 : 2
Ldo3 : 3
Ldo4 : 4
Ldo5 : 0
32-3
32-4
32-5
32-6
32-7
74
LALM
LED ALM
assignment
17
32-8
80
dS00
Parameter
mask setting
C3
dS43
E3
rES
Allocates indicator LEDs.
(Setting range: 0 to 255)
LED DO5
assignment
Skips (not display) unnecessary
parameters.
0-1
–
0-15
Reset
command
Resets the main unit.
ON : Reset
OFF : Normal
OFF
33-1
Note) Be sure to reset or turn on the power after the parameter setting is changed.
– 23 –
Notes
For details see
Table 6.
ChA
(Alarm setting)
Parameter
No.
Display
Symbol
Name
Factory Parameter
mask
default
Content Explanation
1
1TP
Alarm 1 type
setting
Sets the alarm type for alarm 1.
(Setting range: 0 to 38)
0
34-1
2
1oP
Alarm 1 option
setting
Sets alarm options for alarm 1.
(Setting range: 0000 to 1111)
0000
34-1
0.3%FS
34-1
Switching unit time
0: seconds 1:minutes
non-excitation output
Unit abnormal
Latch
0 : OFF
1 : ON
3
1hYS
Alarm 1
hysteresis
setting
Sets alarm hysteresis for alarm 1.
(Setting range: 0.00 to 50.00%FS)
4
1dLY
Alarm 1 delay
time setting
Sets delay time for alarm 1.
(Setting range: 0 to 9999)
∗ Sets alarm options for time units. The
unit of time is selected by alarm options.
0
34-1
36
8TP
Alarm 8 type
setting
Sets the alarm type for alarm 8.
(Setting range: 0 to 38)
0
34-8
37
8oP
Alarm 8 option
setting
Sets alarm options for alarm 8.
(Setting range: 0000 to 1111)
0000
34-8
0.3%FS
34-8
0
34-8
Switching time unit
0: seconds 1:minutes
non-excitation output
Abnormal input
Latch
0 : OFF
1 : ON
38
8hYS
Alarm 8
hysteresis
setting
Sets alarm hysteresis for alarm 8.
(Setting range: 0.00 to 50.00%FS)
39
8dLY
Alarm 8 delay
time setting
Sets delay time for alarm 8.
(Setting range: 0 to 9999)
∗ Sets alarm options for time units. The
unit of time is selected by alarm options.
– 24 –
Notes
For details see
Table 1.
ChB
(Communication)
Parameter
No.
Display
Symbol
Factory Parameter
mask
default
Content Explanation
Name
2
STn4
RS485
station No.
Specifies the RS485 communication
station No. (Setting range: 0 to 255)
∗ does not operate with STn4=0.
1
36-2
3
SPd4
RS485
communication
speed
Selects the communication speed for
RS485 communication.
(Setting range)
96 : 9600 bps
192 : 19200 bps
384 : 38400 bps
384
36-3
4
biT4
RS485
bit format
Selects the bit format for RS485 communication.
(Setting range)
Data length Parity
8o
36-4
8n
8o
8E
8
8
8
Notes
None
Odd
Even
7
SPd2
PC Loader
communication
speed
Selects the communication speed for PC
Loader communication. (Setting range)
96 : 9600 bps
192 : 19200 bps
384 : 38400 bps
384
36-9
8
biT2
PC Loader
bit format
Selects the bit format for PC Loader
communication.
Data length Parity
(Setting range)
8n
8
None
8o
8
Odd
8E
8
Even
8o
36-10
Note) Be sure to reset or turn on the power after the parameter setting is changed.
ChD
(Mathematical Calculation)
Parameter
No.
Display
Symbol
K01
1
K16
16
ChE
Content Explanation
Name
Constant for
mathematical
calculation
Sets the constant used for mathematical
calculation
1
Display
38-1
0.0000
Notes
Floating-point
setting
38-4
(Tuning)
Parameter
No.
Factory Parameter
default
mask
Symbol
ATP1
Name
Auto tuning
type
Content Explanation
Specifies the auto-tuning method.
(Setting range)
NRML : Standard type AT
LPV : Low PV type AT
– 25 –
Factory Parameter
default
mask
NRML
39-1
Notes
6
Digital Controller Functions
6-1 Alarm functions
1) Alarm Types
• The alarm types are an absolute value alarm, a deviation alarm, an upper/lower limit alarm and a range alarm.
(For details see [Table 1 Alarm Operation Type Codes])
2) Alarm function
No. Function Name
1
Hysteresis
function
Function
Parameter set
Alarm operation can be set for operation dead band
(hysteresis).
alarm 1: 1hYS (chA-3)
alarm 8: 8hYS (chA-38)
2
ON delay
function
After alarm ON conditions are established, the alarm is
ON after the ON delay setting time.
alarm 1: 1dLY (chA-4)
alarm 8: 8dLY (chA-39)
3
Alarm latch
function
Alarm goes ON once, and alarm ON function status is
alarm 1: 1oP (chA-2)
maintained.
To release the alarm latch, the following methods are used. alarm 8: 8oP (chA-37)
I) Turns power ON again on the controller.
II) Turns alarm latch settings OFF once.
III) Releases latch on the alarm latch release screen.
LACH (ch1-8)
IV) Executes release with DI input.
di01 (ch9-39) to di04 (ch9-42)
V) Executes release with communication.
4
5
Abnormal
alarm
function
Sets alarm relay to ON when abnormality occurs in
equipment.
(For unit abnormalities, see the page on “Troubleshooting”.)
alarm 1: 1oP (chA-2)
De-energizing
function
Transmits to the alarm relay by excitation/non-excitation
of an alarm output.
(When function is ON, output will be by non-excitation.)
alarm 1: 1oP (chA-2)
ON delay function
Alarm operation
Normal alarm relay operation
ON delay time relay operation
alarm 8: 8oP (chA-37)
alarm 8: 8oP (chA-37)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON delay setting time
De-energizing function
Alarm determination
With De-energizing function OFF
With De-energizing function ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Caution When the power is off, even when the non-excitation function is ON, there will be no output during
standby. (Function will be OFF.)
– 26 –
[Table 1] Alarm Operation Type Codes
Parameter: 1TP (chA-1) to 8TP (chA-36)
1TP to 8TP
Absolute
value
Alarm
0
No alarm
1
Upper limit
absolute
2
3
Deviation
Alarm
5
Upper limit
deviation
8
9
10
11
PV
ALn
Range upper
limit/lower limit
deviation
An-L
25
Range upper
limit absolute
Lower limit
deviation
An-L
An-L
An-L
30
An-L
32
PV
SV
ALn
PV
Rate of
change
35
SV
ALn
An-H
An-H
PV
An-H
An-H
An-L
SV upper/lower
limit
PV
SV
An-L
SV
SV
0%
ALn
100
PV rate of
change
Upper/lower limit PV change ratio among 5 cycles
Timer
ALn
PV
36
SV
ON delay
timer
DI
OUT
dLYn
ALn
ALn
PV
SV
Range upper
limit deviation
Lower limit
absolute (w/hold)
PV
An-H
SV
Limit
ALn
PV
PV
SV
Range upper
limit absolute
Lower limit
deviation (w/hold)
SV
An-H
An-H
An-L
31
PV
SV
Range upper
limit deviation
Lower limit
absolute
PV
An-H
SV
Range upper
limit/lower limit
deviation
(w/hold)
ALn
PV
An-H
29
SV
ALn
An-L
Range upper
limit/lower limit
absolute
(w/hold)
ALn
PV
Operation Diagram
28
SV
PV
SV
Upper/
lower
limit
Alarm
Range
Alarm
PV
Lower limit
deviation
(w/hold)
Range upper/lower
limit deviation
24
Range
upper/lower limit
absolute
ALn
Upper/lower limit
deviation
Upper/lower limit
deviation
(w/hold)
PV
Alarm Type
27
PV
ALn
1TP to 8TP
26
PV
ALn
Lower limit
deviation
Upper limit
deviation
(w/hold)
Range
Alarm
PV
ALn
Upper limit
absolute
(w/hold)
Lower limit
absolute
(w/hold)
7
Operation Diagram
Lower limit
absolute
4
6
Range
Alarm
Alarm Type
37
OFF delay
timer
DI
OUT
dLYn
16
Upper/lower limit
absolute
An-L
An-H
PV
38
17
18
19
Upper/lower limit
deviation
An-L
Upper limit
absolute
Lower limit
deviation
An-L
Lower limit
absolute
Upper limit
deviation
SV
An-H
PV
An-H
An-L
21
Upper/lower limit
deviation
(w/hold)
An-L
Upper limit absolute
Lower limit deviation
(w/hold)
An-L
Upper limit deviation
Lower limit absolute
(w/hold)
DI
OUT
dLYn
PV
Upper/lower limit
absolute
(w/hold)
23
ON/OFF
delay timer
dLYn
SV
20
22
An-H
PV
SV
An-L
An-H
PV
An-H
PV
SV
SV
An-H
PV
An-H
An-L
PV
Caution The Hold Function:
This is an alarm for a situation when the alarm does not turn
ON immediately, and the value shifts to outside the range once
and then reenters within the range, even when the measured
value is within the range of the alarm at the time the power is
turned on.
Notes)
• After changing the alarm type, confirm the alarm setting
values.
Alarm setting values may change by this change of the
alarm type, but this is normal.
• Caution : The alarm latch function cannot be used when
using the OFF delay timer.
• ALn
: Indicates the AL1 (ch1-10) to AL8 (ch1-31) alarm
setting values.
• An-H : Indicates the A1-H (ch1-12) to A8-H (ch1-33) alarm
setting values.
• An-L : Indicates the A1-L (ch1-11) to A8-L (ch1-32) alarm
setting values.
• dLYn : Indicates the 1dLY (chA-4) to 8dLY (chA-39) alarm
ON delay setting values.
SV
– 27 –
7
Setup Procedures of the Controller
1 Input settings
∗ Not necessary if input
was specified when
ordered.
q Does the input sensor type match the sensor in use?
Select the sensor in use from Table 2 and set to PV1T (ch8-4).
(Example) Set Pv1T (ch8-4) to “7” in the case of a T thermocouple.
w Are the input range settings in the appropriate range
for the sensor in use?
The standard ranges for each sensor are shown in Table 2.
Select the appropriate temperature range for the equipment in
use and set the upper and lower limit values. Lower limit /
Pv1b (ch8-2), Upper limit / Pv1F (ch8-1).
(Example) If the temperature range is 0 to 800 [°C]: Set 0 /
Pv1b (ch8-2), 800 / Pv1F (ch8-1)
(Note) While it is possible to set outside the standard range,
the standard range settings are recommended.
(Note) There are no standard ranges for DC Volt (and DC
Current) input. Set the upper and lower limits as
you wish. (within the range -19999 to 99999, lower
limit < upper limit)
Note 1) Set input sensor type PV1T (ch8-4) and input range settings (Pv1b (ch8-2), Pv1F (ch8-1), and Pv1U (ch8-5)) in
advance of all the other settings, and then reset the instrument without fail.
Other parameters may change when these parameters are changed, but this is normal.
Confirm all parameter values. Be sure to reset the instrument after setting the input range. Otherwise improper
values may be displayed. Be sure to check the setting after the reset.
– 28 –
2 Control Settings
∗ Please read if controls
are not responding as
you expect.
q What is the control purpose? (To heat? To cool?)
Objective
Operation
Method
To heat
Reverse
operation
Direct
To cool
operation
Explanation
Method
Raising the measurement
value will reduce operation
output.
Set rEv1 (ch2-20)
to REV.
Raising the measurement
value will increase operation output.
Set rEv1 (ch2-20)
to NRML.
w What kind of control is it? (PID, ON/OFF)
Explanation
Control Type
PID control
The output signal changes
within the range of 0 to 100%
according to PID calculation.
A stable control without a
control offset can be
achieved.
ON/OFF control Output is either ON (100%)
(2-position control) or OFF (0%).
(Suitable when frequent
output switching is
inconvenient.)
– 29 –
Method
Please execute
auto-tuning manually.
The optimal P.I.D will
be calculated
automatically.
(The PID value may
also be set manually.)
Set ch2 P1 (ch2-1) to
“0.0”.
[Table 2] Input Codes
Parameter: PV1T, PV2T, AI1T
Input Type
Code
Input Type
Resistance bulb
• Pt100Ω (IEC)
12
13
14
•N
• PL-II
• WRe5-26
1
Code
DC voltage
For thermocouple
• 1 to 5V DC
• 0 to 5V DC
• 0 to 10V DC
• 0 to 10mV DC
• 0 to 50mV DC
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
•J
•K
•R
•B
•S
•T
•E
• PR40/20
16
17
18
19
20
DC current
• 4 to 20mA DC
• 0 to 20mA DC
26
27
Note 2) For Ai1, only DC voltage (code 16 to 18) settings are possible.
[Table 3] Input Range Table (Standard Range)
Parameter: PV1F/PV1B, PV2F/PV2B, AI1F/AI1B
Input Type
Pt100Ω
Resistance
bulb
IEC
Measurement
Range (°C)
Measurement
Range (°F)
0 to 150
0 to 300
0 to 500
0 to 600
-50 to 100
-100 to 200
-150 to 600
-150 to 850
32 to 302
32 to 572
32 to 932
32 to 1112
-58 to 212
-148 to 392
-238 to 1112
-238 to 1562
• To use the Zener barrier for a PT input, user
adjustment is required.
Note 1)
R thermocouple 0 to 500°C
B thermocouple 0 to 400°C
Proper values may not
be displayed within
these ranges due to the
sensor’s characteristics.
Note 2) When using at the setting below the
Input Type
J
J
K
K
K
R
B
Thermocouple S
T
T
E
E
PR40/20
N
PL-II
WRe5-26
Measurement
Range (°F)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-200
-200
0
-200
0
0
0
0
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
-328
-328
32
-328
32
32
32
32
to 400
to 1000
to 400
to 800
to 1200
to 1600
to 1800
to 1600
to 200
to 400
to 800
to 800
to 1800
to 1300
to 1300
to 2300
DC voltage
1 to 5V DC
0 to 5V DC
0 to 10V DC -19999 to 99999
0 to 10mV DC
Scaling is
0 to 50mV DC
possible
DC current
4 to 20mA DC
0 to 20mA DC
minimum range stated in the table above,
the input accuracy is not guaranteed.
Note 3) In the -50%FS to +50%FS display, values under -199.99
will not be displayed.
Measurement
Range (°C)
– 30 –
to 752
to 1832
to 752
to 1472
to 2192
to 2912
to 3272
to 2912
to 392
to 752
to 1472
to 1472
to 3272
to 2372
to 2372
to 4172
[Table 4] Output Type Code Table
Parameter: OTYP
OTYP = 10
Control output
(MV)
Re-transmission
output 2
Ao1
Limit
scale
OTYP = 11
OUT1
(Current/SSR drive)
Ao2
Limit
scale
OUT2
(Current)
Re-transmission
output 1
Ao1
Limit
scale
OUT1
(Current)
Re-transmission
output 2
Ao2
Limit
scale
OUT2
(Current)
Do4
(Relay)
Control output
(MV)
OTYP = 12
Control output
(MV)
Ao1
Limit
scale
OTYP = 13
OUT1
(Current/SSR drive)
OUT2 [XPS]
(Transmitter
power supply)
24V DC
Ao1
Limit
scale
Re-transmission
output 1
OUT1
(Current)
24V DC
OUT2 [XPS]
(Transmitter
power supply)
Control output
(MV)
Do4
(Relay)
[Table 5] Di Input Assignments (Di1 to Di15)
Operating Conditions
Di1 to Di15
Setting
Value
Function
ON
OFF
0
None
–
–
–
–
1
STBY (standby)
Standby
Normal
–
–
30
AT (Auto tuning)
–
–
AT start
AT stop
40
Alarm latch reset
(Alarm1) to (Alarm 8) Release all
–
–
Release all
Latch hold
50 to 57
Timer operating
(Alarm1) to (Alarm 8)
ON
OFF
–
–
60
R-ACK
(Remote acknowledgement)
Remote
Local
–
–
70
SMV
(Manual command)
Manual mode
Auto mode
–
–
80
PV-TRK command
(PV tracking)
ON
OFF
–
–
103
EX-MV
(External control amount)
EX-MV
MV
–
–
200
to
249
Binary data setting to constant
parameter CN01 to CN05
1st digit : Bit position
10th digit : Parameter No.
1
(1bit)
0
(1bit)
–
–
Status
– 31 –
Edge
[Table 6] DO and LED display Assignments
DO output
LED display
Type
DO01 to DO04
DO11 to DO15
C1, C2
LDO1 to LDO5
0
0
No setting
1
1
ALM1
2
2
ALM2
3
3
ALM3
4
4
ALM4
5
5
ALM5
6
6
ALM6
7
7
ALM7
8
8
ALM8
17
17
OR ALM (OR of all the ALMs)
–
21
Output (MV) 1
–
22
Output (MV) 2
29
29
System fault
80
80
Manual MV
81
81
EX-MV command
82
82
Remote SV
83
83
Local SV
84
84
PV tracking
85
85
NORMAL operating
86
86
Auto tuning (AT)
87
87
Remote request
88
88
Remote ACK (R-Ack)
89
89
NOT-A
[Table 7] Standby Operation
STBY
setting
value
STBO
setting
value
ON
0
1
OFF
–
Operation during Standby
MV output
Output other than MV
Display
Value of PMv1
(-25% to 125%)
OFF or -25%
ON
OFF or -25%
OFF
Normal
ON
Value of PMv1
(-25% to 125%)
Normal
– 32 –
[Table 8] User Assignable Function Keys
F1 to F3
setting value
Key operation
0
No function
1
DSV display
Switches Remote/Auto.
(Press for 2 seconds.)
Note 1
2
Standby switching (1 second)
3
Alarm latch clear
10
AT (Auto tuning) START/STOP
20
Alarm timer start/stop (ALM1)
21
Alarm timer start/stop (ALM2)
22
Alarm timer start/stop (ALM3)
23
Alarm timer start/stop (ALM4)
24
Alarm timer start/stop (ALM5)
25
Alarm timer start/stop (ALM6)
26
Alarm timer start/stop (ALM7)
27
Alarm timer start/stop (ALM8)
Note 1) Do not use this when TPLT=11,14 (SV select template) is in use,
because it shifts to the remote-mode for a moment.
[Table 9] Type of Math function
CALC
set value
Name of
operation
Math function
0
No operation PV1
1
Expression 1 M1= k01×
2
Expression 2 M1= k01×PV1×
3
Expression 3 M1= k01×PV1× Ai1+k02 × k04
PV2+k05
k03
4
Expression 4 M1=
(k01×(k02×PV1+k03×PV2+k04×Ai1)+k05)
(k06×(k07×PV1+k08×PV2+k09×Ai1)+k10)
5
Expression 5 M1=
(k01×((k02×PV1+k03)×(k04×PV2+k05)×(k06×Ai1+k07))+k08)
(k09×((k10×PV1+k11)×(k12×PV2+k13)×(k14×Ai1+k15))+k16)
6
Expression 6 M1= k01×PV1×(k02×PV2+k03×Ai1)+k04×Ai1+k05
7
H selector,
2 points
L selector,
2 points
H selector,
3 points
L selector,
3 points
Input switching,
2 points
*1
PV1 ×
*1
8
9
10
11
*2
Ai1+k02 ×
k04
k03
PV2+k05
Ai1+k02 ×
k04
k03
PV2+k05
Max (PV1, PV2)
Min (PV1, PV2)
Max (PV1, PV2, Ai1)
Min (PV1, PV2, Ai1)
PV1 when PV1<= k01, PV2 when PV1>k01
*1 Square root extraction cut point can be set at k06.
*2 Square root extraction cut point can be set at k07.
– 33 –
[Table 10] Controller Templates
= 10
Single-loop basic PID control (with Math function)
Contents of input conditioner
• User adjustment
• Square root extractions
• Input filter
1 The value obtained by calculating the input value for PV1, PV2, and Ai1 can be controlled as PV.
<Operations allowed>
• Flow rate/temperature/pressure corrections
• Averaging (Weighting allowed)
• Maximum/minimum selector
• Input signal switching
(See table 9 for details of mathematical expressions.)
2 The same as Template No.13 except for Math function.
Note) A scale setting [UCF1, UCB1, UCD1 (ch8: 89-91)]
must be made in accordance with the range resulting
from the Math function.
PV
SV
Result of
calculation
Measurement
value 1
Measurement
value 2
Aux.input
/Remote
SV input
PV1
Input
Conditioner
PV2
Input
Conditioner
Ai1
Input
Conditioner
PV
Local SV
Remote [REM]
command
(Parameter setting or key operation)
L
SV
EX-MV
output
command
Di1
Di2
R-ACK
SMV
Di3
No allocation
Di4
EX-MV
A
SV
No allocation
[Ao2T]
RET2
Depend on
[OTYP]
setting
R
AO 2
DO 4
RUN
EX-MV setting
[EXM1]
Control
output1
Current
OUT1 output or
SSR driver
output
Current
OUT2 output or
Transmitter
supply
DO4
MV1
M
Relay
output
(Control
output)
Remote command
Manual MV setting
STBY
DO allocation
Remote
acknowledge
A/M chargeover
[STBY] or
Di allocation
Di15
ALM1
Do1
ALM2
Do2
ALM3
Do3
ALM4
Do4
No allocation
EX-MV output command
Preset output value
[PMV1]
Di11
AO 1
Retransmission
output2
MV
Di allocation
Remote
acknowledge
Manual
command
Output type
setting
RET1
PV
PID
operation
Remote SV
[RSV1]
Retransmission
output1
MV
[AiM]
Math
module
[Ao1T]
Stand-by
command
Alarm
* Do allocation can be
changed with parameters.
* Higher priority is assigned
to designation of [OTYP]
for the output to Do4.
Relay
output
(Do)
Do11
to
Do15
LED display allocation
* Di allocation can be
changed with
parameters.
* Since the R-ACK
value is INH at the
time of delivery, set it
to ENA before use.
ALM1 to 4
OR of all
the ALMs
– 34 –
L Do1
to
L Do5
L ALM
Indicator
lamp
= 11
Single-loop SV selection PID control (with Math function)
1 The template is used to perform Math function with
PV1, PV2, and Ai1 in SV selection type control.
(See item 1 in template No.10 for Math function.)
2 The same as template No.14 except for the Math function.
Note) Scale setting [UCF1, UCB1, UCD1 (ch8: 89-91)] must
be made in accordance with the range resulting from
the Math function.
SV selection signal and SV number to be selected
Selection
SV selection
Signal 1
SV selection
Signal 2
SV selection
Signal 3
Local SV
OFF
OFF
OFF
SV1
ON
OFF
OFF
SV2
OFF
ON
OFF
SV3
ON
ON
OFF
SV4
OFF
OFF
ON
SV5
ON
OFF
ON
SV6
OFF
ON
ON
SV7
ON
ON
ON
SV No.
PV
output1
SV
Result of
calculation
Measurement
value 1
Measurement
value 2
Aux.
input
PV1
Input
Conditioner
PV2
Input
Conditioner
Ai1
Input
Conditioner
PV
Local SV
PV
PID
operation
L
SV
SV
Di1
Di2
SV select 1
SV select 2
Di3
SV select 3
Di4
EX-MV
RET2
EX-MV setting
[EXM1]
No allocation
Depend on
[OTYP]
setting
AO 2
DO 4
Control
output1
Current
OUT1 output or
SSR driver
output
Current
OUT2 output or
Transmitter
supply
DO4
MV1
M
STBY
ALM1
Do1
ALM2
Do2
to
ALM3
Do3
SV7
ALM4
Do4
No allocation
Do11
to
Do15
SV1
EX-MV output command
[STBY] or
Di allocation
Di15
Stand-by
command
Relay
output
(Control
output)
DO allocation
SV select
Preset output value
[PMV1]
Di11
[Ao2T]
MV
A
Manual MV setting
SV select
signal 1
SV select
signal 2
SV select
signal 3
EX-MV
output
command
AO 1
Retransmission
output2
RUN
R
Di allocation
Output type
setting
RET1
MV
[AiM]
Math
module
Retransm-
[Ao1T] ission
Alarm
* Do allocation can be
changed with parameters.
* Higher priority is assigned
to designation of [OTYP]
for the output to Do4.
Relay
output
(Do)
LED display allocation
* Di allocation can be
changed with
parameters.
* Since the R-ACK
value is INH at the
time of delivery, set it
to ENA before use.
ALM1 to 4
OR of all
the ALMs
– 35 –
L Do1
to
L Do5
L ALM
Indicator
lamp
= 13
Single-loop basic PID control
1 This is the most basic control template.
2 Control is allowed in an auto/manual/remote operation mode
and by digital input.
3 Set the control output and transfer output with a parameter [OTYP].
(See Table 4 for details.)
4 By changing the digital input (Di) allocations, a standby operation,
etc. can be performed.
(See Table 5 for details.)
5 Digital output (Do) and LED lamp allocations can be changed.
(See Table 6 for details.)
PV
SV
[Ao1T]
Retransmission
output1
Output type
setting
RET1
AO 1
MV
Measurement
value 1
PV1
PV
Input Conditioner
Local SV
PV
PID
operation
L
SV
Ai1
Input Conditioner
[RSV1]
Remote [REM]
(Parameter setting or key operation)
command
R
EX-MV setting
[EXM1]
EX-MV
output
command
Di1
R-ACK
Di2
SMV
AO 2
DO 4
Control
output1
No allocation
Di4
EX-MV
Manual MV setting
STBY
DO4
Relay
output
(Control
output)
DO allocation
ALM1
Remote
acknowledge
ALM2
ALM3
A/M chargeover
No allocation
EX-MV output command
Preset output value
[PMV1]
Di11
Current
OUT2 output or
Transmitter
supply
MV1
M
ALM4
Di3
Current
OUT1 output or
SSR driver
output
Remote command
Di allocation
Remote
acknowledge
Manual
command
Depend on
[OTYP]
setting
RUN
Remote SV
Remote
SV input
RET2
MV
A
SV
[Ao2T]
Retransmission
output2
No allocation
[STBY] or
Di allocation
Di15
Stand-by
command
Alarm
* Do allocation can be
changed with parameters.
* Higher priority is assigned
to designation of [OTYP]
for the output to Do4.
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Relay
output
(Do)
Do11
to
Do15
LED display allocation
* Di allocation can be
changed with
parameters.
* Since the R-ACK
value is INH at the
time of delivery, set it
to ENA before use.
ALM1 to 4
OR of all
the ALMs
– 36 –
L Do1
to
L Do5
L ALM
Indicator
lamp
= 14
Single-loop SV selection PID control
1 Setting value (SV) can be selected by digital input. The SV
can be selected from the local (front panel) setting value and 7
pairs of palette setting values (SV of ch3), 8 points in total.
2 PID parameters can be switched according to the SV.
(Set PLTS (ch9-31) at SV.)
3 Set control output and transfer output by parameters [OTYP].
(See Table 4 for details.)
4 By changing the allocation of the digital input (Di), a standby
operation, etc. can be performed.
(See Table 5 for details.)
5 Digital output (Do) and LED lamp allocations can be changed.
(See Table 6 for details.)
• SV selection signals and selected SV Nos. are the same as
those of template No.11.
PV
SV
[Ao1T]
Retransmission
output1
Output type
setting
RET1
AO 1
MV
Measurement
value 1
PV1
PV
Input Conditioner
Local SV
PV
PID
operation
L
SV
RET2
MV
A
SV
[Ao2T]
Retransmission
output2
Depend on
[OTYP]
setting
DO 4
RUN
R
EX-MV setting
[EXM1]
Control
output1
SV select
signal 1
SV select
signal 2
SV select
signal 3
EX-MV
output
command
Di1
SV select 1
Di2
SV select 2
Di3
SV select 3
Di4
EX-MV
No allocation
DO4
DO allocation
ALM1
Do1
ALM2
Do2
to
ALM3
Do3
SV7
ALM4
Do4
No allocation
Do11
to
Do15
SV select
SV1
EX-MV output command
[STBY] or
Di allocation
Di15
Relay
output
(Control
output)
STBY
Preset output value
[PMV1]
Di11
Current
OUT2 output or
Transmitter
supply
MV1
M
Manual MV setting
Di allocation
AO 2
Current
OUT1 output or
SSR driver
output
Stand-by
command
Alarm
* Do allocation can be
changed with parameters.
* Higher priority is assigned
to designation of [OTYP]
for the output to Do4.
Relay
output
(Do)
LED display allocation
* Di allocation can be
changed with
parameters.
* Since the R-ACK
value is INH at the
time of delivery, set it
to ENA before use.
ALM1 to 4
OR of all
the ALMs
– 37 –
L Do1
to
L Do5
L ALM
Indicator
lamp
8
Troubleshooting
[Please read when the display does not make sense]
Error indications
This Controller has a display function to notify when the equipment is not functioning properly. When a
problem occurs, remove the cause immediately.
Once the cause has been removed, turn the power OFF then ON again.
Display
Cause
Control Output
q Thermocouple sensor wire broken
w RTD wiring broken
e PV value above upper limit +5%FS or more
r RCJ sensor not attached (thermocouple input)
The value of brd1 (CH9-35) is to be the control
output (MV).
q RTD sensor (between A-B) short circuited
w The PV value is at the lower limit of -5%FS or lower.
q When PV value is under -199.99.
Note) When a resistance bulb is used, “
”
is not displayed even if under -150°C.
PV not
displaying
or
Correct
PV not
displayed
(Kind of output)
q HOLD, w LO (OFF or lower limit value of the AO)
e UP (ON or upper limit value of the AO), r EXMV
Control continues
Note) Control continues until below -5%FS.
Burnout occurs at below -5%FS.
Standby mode (STbo (ch9-30) = 1)
The value of PMv1 (CH2-22) is to be the control
output (MV).
Control continues
Note) Control continues until under -5%FS or
105%FS.
Display limit is smaller than over range or under
range value.
The main unit was not reset or the power was not
turned on after the scale setting was changed.
When the key operation is not functioning properly.
Key operation may not be performed in the following cases.
Status
Remedy
LoC setting does not allow the parameter the display.
Set LoC (ch1-34) at “0.”
Forgot password.
Set the parameter of PS1 at “F1C3.”
Set parameters PAS1 and PAS2 (ch9:1-2) at 0000 to
reset the password.
Setting the paremater to “F1C3” displays all parameters.
Please do not change the parameters unnecessarily. It may cause a failure of this main unit.
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Model Specification
PXH Model Code
Digit
Description
Digit
4
5
6
7
Current
Current
Current
SSR/SSC driver
SSR/SSC driver
1
2
0
1
1
OUT2
Not fitted
Current
Transmitter supply
Not fitted
Current
10
<Power supply>
100 to 240 V AC
11
<Communication interface>
Without
RS-485
<Digital input/output>
Digital input
4 points (Di1-4)
4 points (Di1-4)
9 points (Di1-4, Di11-15)
*1:
*1
<Auxiliary input>
Without
DC voltage: 1 point
<Output>
OUT1
13
A
<Measurement value input>
Universal input: 1 point
Universal input: 2 points
9
12
9
<Number of control loops/Function>
1 loop, PID controller
<Version No.>
9 10111213
V
0
Notes
<Dimension of front face H x W>
96 x 96 mm
8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
PXH9 A
1
1
2
5
A
B
V
0
R
Digital output (Includes control output (Relay))
2 points (Do3, Do4)
4 points (Do1-4)
9 points (Do1-4, Do11-15)
<Additional specifications>
Not fitted.
*1
0
A
B
0
“2” at the 6th digit and “B” at the 12th digit cannot be assigned simultaneously.
– 39 –
Specificaitons
(1) Power voltage
100 (-15%) to 240V AC (+10%) 50/60Hz
(2) Power consumption
100V AC
: 15VA or less
220V AC
: 20VA or less
Ambient temperature
: -10°C to 50°C
Ambient humidity
: 90%RH or less (no dew condensation)
Storage temperature
: -20°C to 60°C
Warm-up time
: 15 min. or longer
Input signal
: RTD, thermocouple, DC voltage, DC current
(3) Normal operation conditions
(4) Input
(multi input)
Refer to Table 3.
Input indication accuracy
Thermocouple
: ±0.1% of FS ±1digit ±1°C or ±1.5°C whichever
is higher.
however,
Thermocouple B :
0 to 400°C, ±5% of FS ±1digit ±1°C
Thermocouple R :
0 to 500°C, ±1% of FS ±1digit ±1°C
Resistance bulb
: ±0.1% of FS ±1digit or ±0.25 °C whichever is
higher
DC voltage, DC current
: ±0.1% of FS 1digit
Input sampling cycle
: 50ms
Input impedance
Thermocouple/voltage (mV) : 1MΩ or more
Voltage
: 1MΩ
Current
: 250Ω
Allowance input voltage
Voltage (V)
: +35V/-10V DC
Current
: ±25mA DC
Thermocouple/resistance bulb/voltage (mV) : ±5V
Noise reduction ratio
Normal mode
: 40dB (50/60Hz) or more
Common mode
: 120dB (50/60Hz) or more
Input value correction
User adjustment
: ±50% of FS each at zero, span
Square-root extraction
: 0.0 to 125.0 at OFF or cut point
First-order lag filter
: 0.0 to 900.0 seconds
Effect of source resistance/permissible wiring resistance
Thermocouple, voltage input (mV) : 0.1% FS per 100Ω
(5) Relay contact output
Power supply input (V)
: 0.1%FS per 500Ω
Resistance bulb input
: 10Ω or less (per cable)
Contact capacity
: 220V AC / 30V DC, 3A (resistance load)
220V AC / 30V DC, 1A (induction load)
(6) SSR/SSC drive output
(voltage pulse output)
ON
: 12V DC (10 to 15V DC)
OFF
: 0.5V DC or less
Max. current
: 20mA DC
Load resistance
: 600Ω or over
– 40 –
(7) DC output (4 to 20mA DC)
(8) Digital input
(9) Digital output
No. of points
: Max. 2 points (with re-transmission output)
Accuracy
: ±0.2%FS
Linearity
: ±0.2%FS
Load resistance
: under 600Ω
No. of Input
: Max. 9 points
Specifications
: Non-voltage contact or transistor input
Contact capacity
: 12V DC, 2mA
Input pulse width
: 200ms or more
Digital output1 to 3
: 1a (SPST) contact, 220V AC / 30V DC, 1A
Digital output 4
: 1c (SPDT) contact, 220V AC / 30V DC, 1A
Digital output 11 to 15
: 1a (SPST) contact, 220V AC / 30V DC, 1A
(resistance load)
(resistance load)
(resistance load)
(10) Auxiliary analog input
(11) Analog re-transmission output
(12) Transmitter power supply output
No. of Input
: 1 point
Input signal
: 1 to 5V DC / 0 to 5V DC / 0 to 10V DC
Input accuracy
: ±0.2%FS
No. of output
: 2 point at max.
Output signal
: Current output (4 to 20mA DC)
Accuracy
: ±0.2%FS
Linearity
: ±0.2%FS
Load resistance
: under 600Ω
Output contents
: PV, SV, DV, MV re-transmssion
Scaling function
: Provided
No. of output
: 1 point
Rating
: 24V DC (17 to 30V DC), max. current 23mA
(short circuit protection)
(13) Communications functions ∗1 RS-485 Interface
∗1
Protocol
: Modbus-RTU standard
Transmission speed
: 9600bps, 19200bps, 38400bps
Transmission distance
: Max. 500m (total connected length)
Transmission method
: Asynchronous (Half-duplex bit serial)
Data format
: Data length: 8 bits
Recommended converter
RC-77 (insulted) from RA Systems Corp.
http://www.ras.co.jp
K3SC-10 (insulted) from Omron Corp.
http://www.omron.co.jp
Modbus RTU is a trademark of Modicom.
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