SDC35/36
No. CP-SS-1820E
SDC35/36
Single Loop Controller
Overview
The DigitroniK SDC35/36 is a digital indicating controller
featuring multi-range inputs and PID control system using
new algorithms “RationaLOOP” and “Just-FiTTER”.
Up to two control output points (this number of points
may vary depending on the model) can be used, which are
selectable from the relay contact, voltage pulse, continuous
voltage, and current.
The smart loader package ensures easy setting operation
and monitoring.
This controller is compliant to the IEC directives and the
CE marking.
Features
• The heat/cool control can be achieved using two control
output points and event outputs.
• The RS-485 communication function is provided as an
optional function.
• The control output types available for selection are relay,
voltage pulse, current, and continuous voltage outputs
which can be combined.
• Event 3 points or 2 points (independent contact), CT input
2 points, DI 4 points, and RSP inputs, RS-485 can be
selected in combination.
• The smart loader package (SLP-C35) can be used.
• Space saving design with a depth of 65 mm.
The mask of the front panel is also only 5 mm thick.
• High accuracy of ±0.1 %FS and sampling cycle of 0.1 s
(seconds).
• Multi-range inputs are available for selection, where the
input type can be freely changed among thermocouple,
RTD, current, and voltage.
• The control method can be selected from any of the ON/
OFF control and PID control using “RationaLOOP”+
“Just-FiTTER”.
Basic function block of SDC35/36
Process variable (PV) input
• Thermocouple, RTD,
DC current, DC voltage inputs
• Filter
• Ratio/bias
RSP (remote SP) input
• DC current, DC voltage inputs
• RSP upper/lower limit scaling
setting
• Filter
• Ratio/bias
External switch input
(4 points)
• Set point (SP) value, 8 groups
of selection
• RUN/READY selection
• AUTO/MANUAL selection
• LSP/RSP selection
• Latch cancellation, etc.
• Relay contact
• Voltage pulse output
• Current output
Above outputs are combined.
• Continuous voltage output
Control operation
• Either of ON/OFF control
or PID control is selected.
• Direct/Reverse action
• Heat/Cool operation
Motor feedback (MFB) input
Current transformer (CT) input
(2 points)
Communication input/output
• RS-485 (3-wire)
• PV upper limit, lower limit,
upper/lower limit
• Deviation upper limit, lower limit,
upper/lower limit
• SP upper limit, lower limit,
upper/lower limit
• MV upper limit, lower limit,
upper/lower limit
• Heater burnout, etc.
1
Event output
(3 points)
• 0 to 20 mA/4 to 20 mA
• 0 to 5 V/1 to 5 V/0 to 10 V
Auxiliary output
• Personal computer loader
Loader communication
Power supply
100 to 240 Vac 50/60 Hz
* 24 Vac/24 Vdc
Control (MV) output
(2 points)
Units marked with an asterisk (*)
will be available in the near future.
Specifications
PV input
Input type
Input sampling time
Imput impedance
Input bias
Input bias current
Multi-range of inputs - thermocouple, RTD, DC current and DC voltage
100ms
DC voltage input: Min. 1 MΩ, DC current input: Max. 100 Ω
-1999 to +9999 or -199.9 to +999.9
*1
Thermocouple input:0.2 µA or less
RTD input:
1 mA typical
RTD or A-wire burnout:
DC voltage input:1 V range or less... 1 µA or less
Upscale + AL01
B-wire or C-wire burnout:
0 to 5 V, 1 to 5 V range... 3.5 µA or less
Upscale + AL01, AL03
0 to 10 V range... 7 µA or less
More than 2-wire burnout:
Burnout indication
Thermocouple input:Upscale + AL01
Upscale + AL01, AL03
*1
RTD input:
Upscale + alarm display
DC voltage input:Downscale + AL02
(however, the burnout cannot be detected for the
0 to 10 V range.)
DC current input:Downscale + AL02
(however, the burnout cannot be detected for the
0 to 20 mA range.)
Allowable input current DC current input: Max. 30 mA
Allowable input voltage DC current input: Max. 4 V (a higher voltage might cause device failure)
Cold junction
±0.5 °C (at an ambient temperature of 23±2 °C )
compensation accuracy ±1.0 °C (at an ambient temperature of 15 to 35 °C )
±1.5 °C (at an ambient temperature of 0 to 15 °C or 35 to 50 °C)
Cold junction
Compensation inside or outside (only at 0 °C) the measuring instrument can be selected.
compensation method
Motor feedback Allowable resistance 100 to 2500 Ω
AL07 indication
potentiometer Burnout detection
input (RI model)
Input type
Linear 0 to 20 mA/4 to 20 mA or linear 0 to 5 V/1 to 5 V/0 to 10 V
RSP input
Scaling
Possible in a range of -1999 to +9999. It is also possible to set the decimal point position.
Sampling cycle
100 ms
Input impedance
DC voltage input:Min. 1 MΩ, DC current input: Max. 100 Ω
Input bias current
DC voltage input:0 to 5 V, 1 to 5 V range.Max. 3 µA
0 to 10 V range
Max. 5 µA
Burnout indication
DC voltage input:Down scale + AL06
DC current input: Down scale + AL06 (however, the burnout cannot be detected in a range of 0 to 20mA)
Allowable input current
DC current input: Max. 30 mA
Allowable input voltage DC current input: Max. 4 V (a higher voltage might cause device failure)
Indications PV, SP indication method 4-digit, 7-segment LED (PV: Upper green display, SP: Lower orange display)
and setting Number of setting points Max. 8 points
Setting range
Lower to higher limit value of the PV range (restriction by SP lower limit to upper limit possible)
Multi-status indicator The control output status, alarm or RUN/READY status is indicated.
Indication accuracy
±0.1% FS±1 digit
In the negative area of the thermocouple, the accuracy is ±0.2% FS±1 digit (at an ambient temperature of 23±2°C.)
Indication range
See Table 1.
Output type
Motor drive relay output Voltage pulse output
Current output Continuous voltage output
Control
Relay contact
output
Control action
Time proportional PID Position proportional PID Time proportional PID
Continuous PID
Continuous PID
Number of PID groups Max. 8 groups
PID auto-tuning
Automatic PID value setting by limit cycle method.
However, one of the following 3 control characteristics can be selected:
•Standard
•Quick disturbance response
•Less up/down fluctuations
Output rating
Control output: 1
Contact type: 1c
Open terminal voltage:
Output type: 0 to 20 mAdc Output type: 0 to 5 Vdc/
19 Vdc ±15 %
NO side: 250 Vac/30 Vdc,
2-circuit
or 4 to 20 mAdc
1 to 5 Vdc or 0 to 10 Vdc
Allowable load resistance:
Allowable load resistance:
3 A (resistive load)
Contact rating: 250V ac Internal resistance:
82 Ω ±0.5 %
Max. 600 Ω
Min. 1000 Ω
Control output: 2
8 A (resistive load)
Allowable current:
Output accuracy: ±0.1 %FS Output accuracy: ±0.1 %FS
NC side: 250 Vac/30 Vdc, Service life: 120,000
Max. 24 mAdc
(however, ±1 %FS for
(however, ±1 %FS for
1 A (resistive load)
cycles or more
0 to 1 mA)
0 to 0.05 V)
Service life:
Min. switching specifi- Min. OFF/ON time:
When 10 s or less: 1 ms Output resolution:
Output resolution:
NO side: 50,000 cycles cations: 24 Vdc, 40 mA
When 10 s or longer:
1/10000
1/10000
or more
250 ms
NC side: 100,000 cycles
or more
Min. opening/closing time:
250 ms
Cycle time (s)
5 to 120
—
0.1, 0.25, 0.5, 1 to 20
—
—
PID control
Proportional band (%FS) 0.1 to 999.9
Integral time (s)
0 to 9999 or 0.0 to 999.9
Derivative time (s)
0 to 9999 or 0.0 to 999.9
Manual set (%)
-10.0 to +110.0
Just-FiTTER
Overshoot suppression coefficient
0 to 100
ON/OFF control
Operating differential (°C) 0 to 9999 or 0.0 to 999.9
Control operation selection Direct action or reverse action
Heat/Cool control selection Control output and event output (When the control output is a motor drive relay output, the heat/cool control is disabled.)
2
Auxiliary
output
Current output
Output type
Load resistance
Output resolution
0 to 5 Vdc/1 to 5 Vdc or 0 to 10 Vdc
±0.1 %FS (however, ±1 %FS for 0 to 1 mA)
±0.1 %FS (however, ±1 %FS for 0 to 0.05 V)
Max. 600 Ω
Output accuracy
External
contact
input (DI)
1/10000
Number of inputs
Max. 4 points
Input rating
Non-voltage contact or open collector
Function
Continuous voltage output
0 to 20 mAdc or 4 to 20 mA
Min. 1000 Ω
1/10000
Up to 8 kinds of setting value (SP) selections, PID group selection, RUN/READY selection, AUTO/
MANUAL selection, LSP/RSP selection, Auto tuning stop/start, Control action Direct/Reverse selection, SP ramp enable/disable, PV value hold, Max. PV value hold, Min. PV value hold, Timer start/
stop, All DO latch cancellation, advance operation, step hold
Min. detection holding 0.2 s or longer
time
Event
Allowable ON contact
resistance
Max. 250 Ω
Allowable ON-state
residual voltage
Max. 1.0 V
ON terminal current
Approx. 7.5 mA (at short-circuit), Approx. 5.0 mA (at contact resistance of 250 Ω)
Allowable OFF contact resistance
Min. 100 kΩ
Open terminal voltage
5.5 Vdc±1 V
Number of output points
2 to 3 points (according to a model)
Number of internal
event settings
Up to 8 settings
PV high limit
Event type
shows that the ON/
Direct action
OFF is changed at
this value.
shows that the ON/
OFF is changed at
a point that “1U” is
added to this value.
HYS
ON
ON
Main setting
PV low limit
Reverse action
ON
HYS
Main setting
PV
Direct action
ON
PV
ON
Sub-setting
HYS
ON
Deviation high limit
HYS
HYS
PV
ON
HYS
HYS
ON
ON
SP high limit
HYS
ON
ON
ON
ON
HYS
Sub-setting
Main setting
ON
HYS
ON
SP
HYS
HYS
ON
Main setting
MV
MV
Heater burnout/Over-current
Direct action
ON
HYS
Main setting
HYS
Reverse action
ON
Sub-setting
CT at output ON
HYS
ON
HYS
Main setting Sub-setting
CT at output ON
3
SP
ON
HYS
Main setting
MV
MV
MV high/low limit
Reverse action
Main setting
ON
Reverse action
ON
Main setting
Sub-setting
MV low limit
Direct action
HYS
Main setting
Direct action
HYS
SP
HYS
MV high limit
Reverse action
HYS
HYS
ON
Main setting Sub-setting
PV
SP
HYS
SP
SP high/low limit
Main setting
HYS
Reverse action
Main setting
Main setting
SP
Direct action
ON
Direct action
HYS
SP
HYS
HYS
Reverse action
SP low limit
Reverse action
ON
Main setting
PV
Main setting Sub-setting
PV
SP
PV
Direct action
SP + Main setting
PV
Direct action
SP + Main setting
PV
HYS
ON
Deviation high/low limit
Reverse action
SP + Main setting
Reverse action
ON
SP + Main setting
Deviation low limit
Direct action
PV
Direct action
Main setting Sub-setting
PV
ON
Main setting
PV
Reverse action
HYS
HYS
Main setting
HYS
HYS
Main setting
PV high/low limit
Direct action
Reverse action
Direct action
ON
HYS
HYS
Main setting
Reverse action
ON
Sub-setting
MV
HYS
ON
HYS
Main setting Sub-setting
MV
Heater short-circuit
Direct action
HYS
ON
Main setting
CT at output OFF
Reverse action
ON
HYS
Main setting
CT at output OFF
Event
Event type
Loop diagnosis 1
The event is turned ON when any change in PV corresponding to increase/decrease in MV (manipulated variable) is not observed.
This event is used to detect any fault of final control devices.
lSetting items
•Main setting: MV (manipulated variable)
•Sub-setting: PV
•ON delay time: Diagnosis time
lOperation specifications
The event is turned ON when the value does not reach the PV set in the sub-setting within the
diagnosis time (ON delay time) even though the MV exceeding the main setting is held.
lCAUTION
When setting the ON delay, it is necessary to put in “Multi-function setup”.
The default setting of the ON delay before shipment is 0.0 s.
Heat control
Direct action
PV
Sub-setting
Cool control
HYS
Area satisfying
conditions 1
PV
Sub-setting
Reverse action
Area satisfying
conditions 1
HYS
Time
Time
MV
Area satisfying
conditions 2
MV
Main setting
Area satsifying
conditions 2
Main setting
EV
Conditions 3
ON delay
set time
Time
ON
EV
Time
On delay is started when conditions 1 and 2 are saisfied.
Conditions 3
ON delay
set time
Time
ON
Time
ON delay is started when conditions 1 and 2 are satisfied.
Loop diagnosis 2
The event is turned ON when any change in PV corresponding to increase/decrease in MV (manipulated variable) is not observed.
This event is used to detect any fault of final control devices.
lSetting items
•Main setting: MV (manipulated variable)
•Sub-setting: Change in PV from the point that the MV exceeds the main setting.
•ON delay time: Diagnosis time
lOperation specifications
The event is turned ON when the MV exceeding the main setting is held (conditions 2) and the
PV does not reach the value that the sub-setting is added to (subtracted from) the PV at the point
where the MV exceeds the main setting within the diagnosis time (ON delay time) (conditions 1).
lCAUTION
When setting the ON delay, it is necessary to put in “Multi-function setup”.
The default setting of the ON delay before shipment is 0.0 s.
Heat control
Direct action
PV
Area satisfying
conditions 1
PV to be used
as reference
Cool control
HYS
Sub-setting
(0 or more)
Reverse action
PV
PV to be used
as reference
Area satisfying
conditions 1
Time
MV
Area satisfying
conditions 2
Time
MV
Main setting
Sub-setting
(0 or more)
HYS
Area satisfying conditions 2
Main setting
EV
Conditions 3
ON delay
set time
Time
ON
Time
ON delay is started when conditions 1 and 2 are satisfied.
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EV
Conditions 3
ON delay
set time
Time
ON
Time
ON delay is started when conditions 1 and 2 are satisfied.
Event
Event type
Loop diagnosis 3
The event is turned ON when any change in PV corresponding to increase/decrease in MV (Manipulated variable)
is not observed.
This event is used to detect any fault of final control devices.
l Setting items
•Main setting: Change in PV from the point that the MV reaches the upper limit (100%) or lower limit (0%).
•Sub-setting: Range of absolute value of deviation (PV – SP) allowing the event to turn OFF.
•ON delay time: Diagnosis time
•OFF delay time: A period of time from power ON allowing the event to turn OFF.
l Operation specifications
•The direct action is used for the heat control. The event is turned ON when the increase in PV becomes
smaller than the main setting after the diagnosis time (ON delay time) has elapsed from the time that the MV
had reached the upper limit, or when the decrease in PV becomes smaller than the main setting from the
time that the diagnosis time (ON delay time) has elapsed from the time that the MV had reached the lower
limit.
•The reverse action is used for the cool control. The event is turned ON when the decrease in PV becomes
smaller than the main setting after the diagnosis time (ON delay time) has elapsed from the time that the MV
had reached the upper limit, or when the increase in PV becomes smaller than the main setting after the diagnosis time (ON delay time) has elapsed from the time that the MV had reached the lower limit
•The event is turned OFF regardless of other conditions when the absolute value of the deviation (PV – SP)
becomes less than the sub-setting.
•The event is turned OFF regardless of other conditions when a period of time after starting of operation from
the time that the power has been turned ON becomes less than the OFF delay time.
However, the event is turned OFF when the absolute value of the deviation is the (sub-setting – hysteresis)
value or less after the absolute value of the deviation has become the sub-setting or more.
lCAUTION
When setting the ON delay and OFF delay, it is necessary to put in “Multi-function setup”.
The default settings of the ON delay and OFF delay before shipment are 0.0 s.
Heat control
Direct action
Cool control
Main setting (0 or more)
PV to be used
as reference
PV
PV to be
used as
reference
Area satisfying
conditions 2
HYS
Area satisfying
conditions 2
Reverse action
Main
setting
(0 or more)
HYS
Main setting (0 or more)
PV
PV to be
used as
reference
Main setting (0 or more)
Area satisfying
conditions 1
HYS
HYS
Main setting
(0 or more)
PV to be used as reference
Time
Time
MV
Area satisfying
conditions 1
MV
Upper
limit
Area satisfying
conditions 2
Lower
limit
EV
Conditions 3
ON delay
set time
ON
Upper
limit
Area satisfying
conditions 2
Conditions 3
ON delay
set time ON
Time
Time
ON delay is started when conditions 1 and 2 are satisfied.
Area satisfying
conditions 2
Lower
limit
EV
Conditions 3
ON delay
set time ON
Area satisfying
conditions 2
Conditions 3
ON delay
set time ON
Time
Time
ON delay is started when conditions 1 and 2 are satisfied.
PV alarm (status)
Direct action
Reverse action
ON if PV alarm (alarm code AL01 to 03) occurs,
OFF if PV alarm (alarm code AL01 to 03) occurs,
OFF in other cases.
ON in other cases.
READY (status)
Direct action
Reverse action
ON in the READY mode.
OFF in the READY mode.
OFF in the RUN mode.
ON in the RUN mode.
MANUAL (status)
Direct action
Reverse action
ON in the MANUAL mode.
OFF in the MANUAL mode.
OFF in the AUTO mode.
ON in the RUN mode.
During AT (Auto tuning)
Direct action
Reverse action
ON while AT is running.
OFF while AT is running.
OFF while AT is being stopped.
ON while AT is being stopped.
During SP ramp
Direct action
Reverse action
ON during SP ramp.
OFF during SP ramp.
OFF when SP ramp is not performed or is completed. ON when SP ramp is not performed or is completed.
Control operation (status)
Direct action
Reverse action
ON during direct action (cooling).
OFF during direct action (cooling).
OFF during reverse action (heating).
ON during reverse action (heating).
During motor opening estimation (status)
Direct action
Reverse action
ON during estimated position control.
OFF during estimated position control.
OFF in other cases.
ON in other cases.
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Event
Event type
Timer (status)
The direct and reverse action settings are disabled for the timer event.
When using the timer event, it is necessary to set the operation type of the DI allocation to “Timer Start/Stop”.
Additionally, when setting the event channel designation of the DI allocation, multiple timer events are controlled
from individual internal contacts (DI).
l Setting items
•ON delay time: A period of time necessary to change the event from OFF to ON after DI has been changed
from OFF to ON.
•OFF delay time: A period of time necessary to change the event from ON to OFF after DI has been changed
from ON to OFF.
l Operation specifications
•The event is turned ON when DI ON continues for ON delay time or longer.
•The event is turned OFF when DI OFF continues for OFF delay time or longer.
•In other cases, the current status is continued.
DI
ON
ON delay
Internal event
OFF delay
ON
Time
lCAUTION
When setting the ON delay and OFF delay, it is necessary to put in “Multi-function setup”.
The default settings of the ON delay and OFF delay before shipment are 0.0 s.
The default setting of the event channel designation of the DI allocation before shipment is “0”. In this case,
the timer event start/stop can be set for all internal events from one internal contact (DI).
Additionally, as one or more event channel designation is set, the timer event start/stop can be set for one
internal event specified by one internal contact (DI).
However, when setting the event channel of the DI allocation, it is necessary to put in “Multi-function setup”.
Communication
Operating differential
Output operation
Output type
Output rating
Life
Min. opening and closing specifications
Communication system
Interface
Message characters
Loader
communication
Communication line
Transmission speed
Recommended cable
Current trans- Number of inputs
former input
Detection function
Input object
Measurement current
range
Indication accuracy
Indication range
Indication resolution
Output
Min. detection time
Direct/Reverse action, standby, and READY operations can be set when setting up each event
(E1.C1 to E5.C2).
RSP (status)
Direct action
Reverse action
ON in RSP mode.
OFF in RSP mode.
OFF in LSP mode.
ON in LSP mode.
0 to 9999 digit
ON/OFF operation
SPST relay contacts, common for 3 points/independent contact for 2 points
250 Vac/30 Vdc, 2 A (resistive load)
100,000 cycles or more
5 V, 10 mA (reference value)
Communication protocol
Network
RS-485
Multidrop, this device is provided with the slave station function.
1 to 31 units max.
Half-duplex
Start/stop synchronization
Balance (differential) type
Bit serial
3 transmit/receive lines
4800, 9600, 19200, 38400 bps
500m max.
RS-485 (3-wire type)
9 to 12 bits/character
7 or 8 bits
1 or 2 bits
Even parity, odd parity, or non-parity
Data flow
Synchronization method
Transmission system
Data line
Communication lines
Transmission speed
Communication distance
Protocol
Character configuration
Data length
Stop bit length
Parity bit
3-wire
Fixed at 19200 bps
Dedicated cable, 2 m long
2 points
Control output is ON.: Detection of heater line break or overcurrent
Control output is OFF.:Detection of final control devices short-circuit
Number of current transformer windings: 800 turns
QN206A (5.8 mm-hole diameter) Optional
QN212A (12 mm-hole diameter) Optional
0.4 to 50 A
±5 %FS±1 digit
0.0 to 70.0 A
0.1 A
Selected from control output 1 and control output 2, or event output 1, event output 2, and event output 3.
Burnout detection: Min. control output ON time 0.3 s or more
Final control device short-circuit detection: Min. control output OFF time 0.3 s or more
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General
specifications
Memory backup
Semiconductor non-volatile memory
Power consumption
AC power supply model: Max. 12 VA
Power supply voltage
Insulation resistance
Dielectric strength
Power ON inrush current
Operating conditions
AC power supply model: 85 to 264 Vac, 50/60 Hz±2 Hz
Between power supply terminal and secondary terminal, 500Vdc, 10 MΩ or more
AC power supply model: Between power supply terminal and secondary terminal, 1500 Vac for 1 min
AC power supply model: 20 A or less
Ambient temperature
0 to 50°C (0 to 40°C for side-by-side mounting)
Vibration resistance
0 to 2 m/s2 (10 to 60 Hz for 2 hrs. in each of X, Y, and Z directions)
Ambient humidity
Shock resistance
Transportation
conditions
Console and case
material
Case color
Conformed standards
Overvoltage category
Mounting
Weight
Standard
accessories
Part name
Mounting bracket
User's manual
10 to 90%RH (no condensation allowed)
0 to 10 m/s2
Mounting angle
Reference plane ±10°
Ambient humidity
10 to 95%RH (no condensation allowed)
Ambient temperature
Package drop test
Console: Polyester film
Case: Modified PPE
-20 to +70°C
Drop height, 6 0cm, (1 corner, 3 sides, 6 planes, free fall)
Light gray (DIC650)
CE marking (EN61010-1, EN61326)
cUL (UL61010-1)*
* Varies depending on the model.
Category II (IEC60364-4-433, IEC644-1)
Panel mounting (with dedicated mounting bracket)
SDC35: Approx. 250 g (including dedicated mounting bracket)
SDC36: Approx. 300 g (including dedicated mounting bracket)
Model
Q'ty
CP-UM-5289E
1
81409654-001
Optional
parts
(sold
separately)
2
Part name
Mounting bracket
Current transformer
Hard cover
Terminal cover
Smart loader package
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Model
Q'ty
QN206A (5.8 mm-hole dia.)
1
81409654-001
QN212A (12 mm-hole dia.)
81446915-001 (for SDC35)
81446916-001 (for SDC36)
81446912-001 (for SDC35)
81446913-001 (for SDC36)
SLP-C35J50 (common
for SDC35 and SDC36)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Table 1 Input types and ranges
Input type C01 No.
Thermocouple
Sensor type
Range
Input type C01 No.
1
K
-200 to +1200°C
-300 to +2200°F
2
K
0 to 1200°C
3
K
4
5
Sensor type
Range
41
Pt100
-200.0 to +500.0°C
0 to 2200°F
42
JPt100
-200.0 to +500.0°C
-300 to +900°F
0 to 800°C
0 to 1500°F
43
Pt100
-200.0 to +200.0°C
-300 to +400°F
K
0.0 to 600.0°C
0 to 1100°F
44
JPt100
-200.0 to +200.0°C
-300 to +400°F
K
0.0 to 400.0°C
0 to 700°F
45
Pt100
-100.0 to +300.0°C
-150 to +500°F
6
K
-200.0 to +400.0°C
-300 to +700°F
46
JPt100
-100.0 to +300.0°C
-150 to +500°F
7
K
-200.0 to +200.0°C
-300 to +400°F
47
Pt100
-100.0 to +200.0°C
-150 to +400°F
8
J
0 to 1200°C
0 to 2200°F
48
JPt100
-100.0 to +200.0°C
-150 to +400°F
9
J
0.0 to 800.0°C
0 to 1500°F
49
Pt100
-100.0 to +150.0°C
-150 to +300°F
10
J
0.0 to 600.0°C
0 to 1100°F
50
JPt100
-100.0 to +150.0°C
-150 to +300°F
11
J
-200.0 to +400.0°C
-300 to +700°F
51
Pt100
-50.0 to +200.0°C
-50 to +400°F
12
E
0.0 to 800.0°C
0 to 1500°F
52
JPt100
-50.0 to +200.0°C
-50 to +400°F
13
E
0.0 to 600.0°C
0 to 1100°F
53
Pt100
-50.0 to +100.0°C
-50 to +200°F
14
T
-200.0 to +400.0°C
-300 to +700°F
54
JPt100
-50.0 to +100.0°C
-50 to +200°F
15
R
0 to 1600°C
0 to 3000°F
55
Pt100
-60.0 to +40.0°C
-60 to +100°F
16
S
0 to 1600°C
0 to 3000°F
56
JPt100
-60.0 to +40.0°C
-60 to +100°F
17
B
0 to 1800°C
0 to 3300°F
57
Pt100
-40.0 to +60.0°C
-40 to +140°F
18
N
0 to 1300°C
0 to 2300°F
58
JPt100
-40.0 to +60.0°C
-40 to +140°F
19
PL II
0 to 1300°C
0 to 2300°F
59
Pt100
-10.00 to +60.00°C
-10 to +140°F
20
Wre5-26
0 to 1400°C
0 to 2400°F
60
JPt100
-10.00 to +60.00°C
-10 to +140°F
21
Wre5-26
0 to 2300°C
0 to 4200°F
61
Pt100
0.0 to 100.0°C
0 to 200°F
22
Ni-NiMo
0 to 1300°C
0 to 2300°F
62
JPt100
0.0 to 100.0°C
0 to 200°F
23
PR40-20
0 to 1900°C
0 to 3400°F
63
Pt100
0.0 to 200.0°C
0 to 400°F
RTD
-300 to +900°F
24
DIN U
-200.0 to +400.0°C
-300 to +700°F
64
JPt100
0.0 to 200.0°C
0 to 400°F
25
DIN L
-100.0 to +800.0°C
-150 to +1500°F
65
Pt100
0.0 to 300.0°C
0 to 500°F
26
Golden iron chromel
0.0 to 360.0K
0.0 to 360.0K
66
JPt100
0.0 to 300.0°C
0 to 500°F
67
Pt100
0.0 to 500.0°C
0 to 900°F
68
JPt100
0.0 to 500.0°C
0 to 900°F
Handling Precautions
• The accuracy is ±0.1 %FS±1 digit, and ±0.2 %FS±1 digit
for a negative area of the thermocouple.
• The accuracy varies according to the range.
The accuracy of the No.15 (sensor type R) or No. 16
(sensor type S) is ±0.2 %FS for a range of 100°C or less,
and ±0.15 %FS for 100 to 1600°C
The accuracy of the No.17 (sensor type B) is ±4.0 %FS
for a range of 260°C or less, ±0.4 %FS for 260 to 800°C
and ±0.2 %FS for 800 to 1800°C.
The accuracy of the No.23 (sensor type PR40-20) is ±2.5
%FS for 0 to 300°C, ±1.5 %FS for 300 to 800°C, ±0.5
%FS for 800 to 1900°C.
The accuracy of the No.26 (sensor type golden iron
chromel) is ±1.5 K.
The accuracy of the No. 55 to 62 and 81 is ±0.15 %FS for
each range.
• For ranges with a decimal point, tenths are displayed on
the line underneath point.
Input type C01 No.
Linear
input
8
81
82
Sensor type
Range
Scaling in the range of -1999 to +9999
-10 to +10 mV Decimal point position a changeable
0 to 10 mV
83
0 to 100 mV
84
0 to 1 V
86
1 to 5 V
87
0 to 5 V
88
0 to 10 V
89
0 to 20 mA
90
4 to 20 mA
Model selection guide
I
II
III
Basic Mount- Control
ing
output
model
No.
IV
PV
input
C35
C36
I
V
VI
VII
II
III
IV
V
VIII
VI
VII
VIII
Example: C35TR0UA1000
Specifications
Power Option Option Additional
supply
1
2
processing
Remarks
Mask size 48 mm x 96 mm
Mask size 96 mm x 96 mm
T
Panel mounting type
Control output 1
R0
R1
V0
VC
VD
VV
C0
—
Relay contact output for motor drive
—
Voltage pulse output (for SSR drive)
—
Voltage pulse output (for SSR drive)
Current output
Voltage pulse output (for SSR drive)
Continuous voltage output
Voltage pulse output (for SSR drive)
Voltage pulse output (for SSR drive)
CC
CD
D0
DD
U
Control output 2
Relay contact output
Current output
—
Current output
Current output
Current output
Continuous voltage output
Continuous voltage output
—
Continuous voltage output
Continuous voltage output
Universal
A
AC model (100 to 240 Vac) 50/60 Hz
D
DC model (24 Vac/dc) (available soon)
1
Event relay output: 3 points
2
*3
*3
*3
Event relay output: 3 points, auxiliary output (current output)
3
Event relay output: 3 points, auxiliary output (voltage output)
4
Event relay output: 2 points (independent contact)
5
Event relay output: 2 points (independent contact),
auxiliary output (current output)
6
*1,*2
*1,*2
*1,*2
*1,*2
Event relay output: 2 points (independent contact),
auxiliary output (voltage output)
0
—
1
Current transformer inputs: 2 points, digital inputs: 4 points
2
Current transformer inputs: 2 points, digital inputs: 4 points,
RS-485 communication
3
Current transformer inputs: 2 points, digital inputs: 2 points, RSP input
4
0
D
Y
*1 A current transformer is sold separately.
*2When the control output is R1, the current transformer
input is not applied. MFB input is applied.
*3 Can not be selected for DC model.
Current transformer inputs: 2 points, digital inputs: 2 points, RSP input,
RS-485 communication
*
None
*
With test data
*
With traceability certification
* Standards compliance
*: 0: CE marking
*: A: CE marking, cUL
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With MFB
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
●● C35
65
5
Mounting bracket
(Accessory)
48
Terminal screw
M3
SDC35
pv
sp
man rsp ev1 ev2 ev3 ot1
108
96
out
ot2
display
mode
enter
para
●● C36
5
man
65
Terminal screw
M3
Mounting bracket
(Accessory)
96
SDC36
pv
rsp
ev1
ev2
ot1
ot2
sp
108
96
ev3
out
mode
display
para
enter
Handling Precautions
To fasten this controller onto the panel, tighten a mounting bracket screws, and turn one more half turn
when there is no play between the bracket and panel. Excessively tightening the screws may deform the
controller case.
●● Panel cutout diagram
• C35
• C36
Gang-mounting
Stand-alone mounting
Gang-mounting
(48xN–4)+0.5
0
30min.
(96xN–4) +0.5
0
92 +0.5
0
30min.
30min.
92 +0.5
0
92 +0.5
0
44+0.5
0
92 +0.5
0
30min.
92 +0.5
0
Stand-alone mounting
Handling Precautions
When three or more units are gang-mounted horizontally, the maximum allowable ambient temperature is
40°C.
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Part names and functions
(1)
SDC35
man
pv
rsp
man rsp
(5)
ev1
ev2
ev3
ot1
display
mode
enter
para
(8)
ot2
SDC36
pv
ev1
(2)
sp
out
(3)Mode indicator
man:Lights when MANUAL (manual mode).
rsp:
Lights when RSP mode (remote setup input).
ev1 to ev3: Lights when event relays are ON.
ot1, ot2: Lights when the control output is ON.
(4)Multi-status indicator:
In the combination of the lighting condition and the lighting status as a group, the
priority 3 groups can be set.
(5)[mode] key:The operation which has been set beforehand can be done by pushing the key for
1s or more.
(6)[display] key:Used to change the display contents in
the operation display mode. Display is
returned from bank setup display to operation display.
(7)< , , key:Used for incrementing numeric values and
performing arithmetic shift operations.
(8)[para] key: Switches the display.
(9)[enter] keys:Used to set the setup values at the start of
change and during the change.
(10)Loader connector:
Connects to a personal computer by using
a dedicated cable supplied with the Smart
Loader Package.
ev2
ev3
(3)
(4)
ot1
ot2
(6) (5)
(9)
sp
(2)
out
mode
display
para
enter
(6)
(9)
(10)
(10)
(7)
(8)
(7)
(1)Upper display: Displays PV values (present temperature, etc.) or setup items.
(2)Lower display: Displays SP values (set temperature,
etc.) and other parameter values. When
the lower display shows the SP value,
the “sp” lamp lights up. When the display shows the manipulated variable
(MV), the “out” lamp lights up.
Connection of C35/36
Control outputs
13
14
15
Power supply
1
100 to
240Vac
OPEN
2
Event outputs
Relay
Relay
(independent
contact)
Current
transformer
inputs
3
2
3
4
5
6
1
COM
3
4
5
6
2
1
Inputs
7
8
9
CT1
CT2
Y
MFB
7
8
9
T
G
Relay
1
13
2
14
3
15
4
16
5
17
6
18
7
19
8
20
9
21
10
22
11
23
12
24
13
14
15 CLOSE
Relay for
motor drive
13
14
Voltage pulse /
Current / Continuous voltage
+
‐
13
14
15
+
1‐
13
14
15
‐
Thermocouple
+
C
RTD
10
11
12
B
A
+
Current
mA
Voltage
V
10
11
+
12
‐
Current / Continuous voltage / Voltage pulse
+
1‐
Current
Current / Continuous voltage
2+
13
14
15
Continuous voltage
+
1‐
Continuous voltage
2+
Auxiliary output
16
17
Current or
Continuous voltage
+
‐
DI
4
3
PV inputs
10
11
12
Voltage pulse
2+
2
COM
1
18
19
20
21
Digital input
RSP/DI
RSP
18
mA/V +‐
19
DI
2
COM
1
20
21
RSP input
Digital input
Communication
DA
22
DB
23 RS-485
24
SG
11
(2) When noise is excessive
If a large amount of noise exists, appropriate isolation transformer and line filter are used to eliminate
the effect of the noise.
■■ Precautions on the use of self-tuning function
The final control devices must be powered up simultaneously with or prior to the instrument when the self-tuning
function is to be used.
Insulation
transformer
Instrument
(100/100 V)
power supply
(200/200 V)
100 to 240 Vac
■■Precautions on wiring
1.Isolation within instrument
Solid line portions “
Dotted line portions “
Digital input 1
Digital input 2
Digital input 3
Digital input 4
RS-485 Communication
1
3
E GND
2
4
” are isolated.
” are not isolated.
Power supply
PV input
CT input 1
CT input 2
MFB input
Loader communication
Line filter
Azbil's model No.
81442557-001
Control output 1
Control output 2
Auxiliary output
Internal
Circuit
Other circuit
Availability of input and output is based on a model number.
*1In case of independent contact, the part between the event output 1 and the event output 2 is isolated.
C35
C36
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
Grounding
Preventive measures against fast rise noise
Use of CR filter is effective to prevent fast rise noise.
Recommended filter:
Azbil's model No. 81446365-001
2.Preventive measures against noise of instrument
power supply
(1) Reduction of noise
Even though the noise is small, the noise filter is used
to eliminate the effect of the noise as much as possible.
Noise filter
C36
1
3.Installation environment noise sources and preventive measures
Generally, the following may be the noise sources in the
installation environment:
Relay and contact, electromagnetic coil, solenoid valve,
power supply line (particularly, 100 Vac or more), motor
commutator, phase angle control SCR, radio communication device, welding machine, high-voltage ignitor, etc.
Event output 1 *1
Event output 2 *1
Event output 3
RSP input
Instrument power supply
100 to 240 Vac
C35
4.Wiring precautions
(1)After taking the noise preventive measures, do not
bundle the primary and secondary power cables together or put both power cables in the same conduit or
duct.
(2)Keep the input/output and communication lines 50 cm
or more away from the power lines and power supply
lines having a voltage of 100Vac or more.
Additionally, do not put these lines together in the
same conduit or duct.
5.Inspection after wiring
After the wiring work has been completed, always inspect and check the wiring status. Great care should be
taken since incorrect wiring may cause the instrument to
malfunction or severe personal injury.
Please, read ‘Terms and Conditions’ from following URL before the
order and use.
http://www.azbil.com/products/bi/order.html
URL: http://www.azbil.com/
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6th edition: Oct. 2015
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