Operating instructions
Immersion thermostat E 300
Bath/ Circulation thermostats
E 306, E 312, E 320, E 326
Valid from series 04-0001 (see item 8.3)
08/05
from software version 2.2
YAEE0015
LAUDA DR. R. WOBSER
GMBH & CO. KG
Post-office box 1251
97912 Lauda-Koenigshofen
Germany
Phone: (+49) (0) 9343/ 503-0
Fax: (+49) (0) 9343/ 503-222
e-mail info@lauda.de
Internet http://www.lauda.de
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Safety notes
Before operating the equipment please read carefully all the instructions and safety
notes. If you have any questions please phone us!
Follow the instructions on setting up, operation etc. This is the only way to avoid
incorrect operation of the equipment and to ensure full warranty protection.
• Transport the equipment with care!
• Equipment and its internal parts can be damaged:
− by dropping
− by shock.
• Equipment must only be operated by technically qualified personnel!
• Never operate the equipment without the bath liquid!
• Do not start up the equipment if
− it is damaged or leaking
− the supply cable is damaged.
• Switch off the equipment and pull out the mains plug:
− for servicing or repair
− before moving the equipment!
• Drain the bath before moving the equipment!
• Have the equipment serviced or repaired by properly qualified personnel only!
The Operating Instructions include additional safety notes which are identified by a triangle with
an exclamation mark. Carefully read the instructions and follow them accurately! Disregarding the
instructions may have serious consequences, such as damage to the equipment, damage to
property or injury to personnel.
We reserve the right to make technical alterations!
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Contents
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SAFETY NOTES ........................................................................................................................................................ 6
1.1
1.2
GENERAL SAFETY NOTES ....................................................................................................................................... 6
OTHER SAFETY NOTES............................................................................................................................................ 6
2
BRIEF OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.................................................................................................................. 8
3
CONTROL AND FUNCTIONAL ELEMENTS.................................................................................................... 10
4
UNIT DESCRIPTION.............................................................................................................................................. 12
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ............................................................................................................................ 12
UNIT DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................................................... 12
PUMP ................................................................................................................................................................... 12
MATERIALS.......................................................................................................................................................... 13
TEMPERATURE INDICATION, CONTROL AND SAFETY CIRCUIT ............................................................................... 13
PROGRAMMER ..................................................................................................................................................... 13
SERIAL INTERFACES............................................................................................................................................. 13
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UNPACKING............................................................................................................................................................ 14
6
PREPARATIONS..................................................................................................................................................... 15
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
7
ASSEMBLY AND SETTING UP ................................................................................................................................ 15
FILLING AND EMPTYING ....................................................................................................................................... 17
BATH LIQUIDS AND HOSE CONNECTIONS .............................................................................................................. 19
CONNECTION OF EXTERNAL CIRCUITS .................................................................................................................. 21
COOLING THE THERMOSTATS ............................................................................................................................... 23
STARTING UP ......................................................................................................................................................... 24
7.1
CONNECTION TO THE SUPPLY ............................................................................................................................... 24
7.2
SWITCHING ON ..................................................................................................................................................... 24
7.3
KEY FUNCTIONS ................................................................................................................................................... 25
7.3.1
General ....................................................................................................................................................... 25
7.3.2
Key inhibit (KEY) ........................................................................................................................................ 26
7.4
LC-DISPLAY ........................................................................................................................................................ 26
7.5
LEVEL 0 (BASE MENU) AND LEVEL 1.................................................................................................................... 27
7.5.1
Set point selection (Level 0) ........................................................................................................................ 28
7.5.2
External temperature .................................................................................................................................. 28
7.5.3
Display variants .......................................................................................................................................... 29
7.5.4
Menu . . ...................................................................................................................................................... 29
7.6
LEVEL 1 ............................................................................................................................................................... 30
7.6.1
Cooling function.......................................................................................................................................... 30
7.6.2
Pump output ................................................................................................................................................ 30
7.6.3
External control (CON) .............................................................................................................................. 31
7.6.4
Selecting the set point resolution (indication resolution) ........................................................................... 32
7.6.5
Programmer level (PGM) ........................................................................................................................... 32
7.6.5.1 Example of programme........................................................................................................................... 33
7.6.5.2 Menu structure ........................................................................................................................................ 34
7.6.5.3 Programme selection and start ................................................................................................................ 35
7.6.5.4 Terminate, pause, continue the programme ............................................................................................ 36
7.6.5.5 INFO submenu........................................................................................................................................ 37
7.6.5.6 Edit submenu .......................................................................................................................................... 39
7.6.6
Parameter level (PARA).............................................................................................................................. 46
7.6.6.1 Serial interface parameters / Remote control .......................................................................................... 47
7.6.6.2 Manual Start – Auto start ........................................................................................................................ 48
7.6.6.3 Display backlighting ............................................................................................................................... 48
7.6.6.4 Outflow temperature limit....................................................................................................................... 49
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7.6.6.5 Neutral contact function...........................................................................................................................49
7.6.6.6 Tolerance range contact ...........................................................................................................................50
7.6.6.7 Sensor calibration (CAL).........................................................................................................................50
7.6.6.8 Base settings (DEFAULT).......................................................................................................................51
7.6.6.9 Menu end „Parameter“.............................................................................................................................51
7.6.7
Analogue interface (ANA)............................................................................................................................52
7.6.7.1 Submenu Analogue inputs .......................................................................................................................55
7.6.7.2 Submenu Analogue outputs .....................................................................................................................58
7.6.7.3 Submenu Calibration (ANA) ...................................................................................................................61
7.6.8
Control parameter level...............................................................................................................................66
7.7
SERIAL INTERFACES RS 232, RS 485...................................................................................................................69
7.7.1
RS 232 Interface ..........................................................................................................................................69
7.7.2
RS 485 Interface ..........................................................................................................................................70
7.7.3
Write commands (data commands to the thermostat)..................................................................................71
7.7.4
Read commands (data requested from thermostat) .....................................................................................72
7.7.5
Error messages ............................................................................................................................................73
7.7.6
Driver software for LABVIEW® ...................................................................................................................73
7.8
WARNING AND SAFETY FUNCTIONS ......................................................................................................................74
7.8.1
Over temperature protection and testing.....................................................................................................74
7.8.2
Low-level protection and testing..................................................................................................................75
7.8.3
Pump motor monitoring...............................................................................................................................76
7.8.4
Connection floating contact ”Combination fault” 31 N..............................................................................76
7.8.5
Other error messages ..................................................................................................................................77
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MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................................................................78
8.1
8.2
8.3
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CLEANING ............................................................................................................................................................78
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR..................................................................................................................................78
ORDERING SPARES ................................................................................................................................................79
TECHNICAL DATA (ACCORDING TO DIN 12876)..........................................................................................80
10 ACCESSORIES .........................................................................................................................................................83
11 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ...............................................................................................................................................85
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Safety notes
1.1
General safety notes
A laboratory thermostat is intended for heating and pumping liquids according to the needs of the user.
This leads to hazards by high temperatures, fire, and the general hazards by the use of electrical
energy.
The user is largely protected through the application of the appropriate standard specifications.
Additional hazards may arise from the type of material being thermostated, e.g. when going above or
below certain temperature levels or through breaking of the container and reaction with the
thermostating liquid.
It is not possible to cover all possibilities; they remain largely within the responsibility and the
judgement of the user.
The unit must only be used as intended and as described in these Operating Instructions. This
includes operation by suitably instructed qualified personnel.
The units are not designed for use under medical conditions according to EN 60601-1 or IEC 601-1!
1.2
Other safety notes
• Connect the unit to a grounded mains power socket.
• Parts of the bath cover may reach surface temperatures above 70 °C when operating at higher
temperatures. Take care when touching it!
• Use suitable hoses
Section 6.3
• Protect tubing with hose clips against slipping off. Prevent kinking of tubing!
• Check tubing from time to time for possible material defects.
• Heat transfer tubing and other hot parts must not come into contact with the supply cable!
• When using the thermostat as circulation thermostat, failure of tubing may lead to leaking of hot
liquid and become a danger to personnel and objects.
• When no external consumer is connected to the thermostat the pump outflow connection must be
closed (use closing plugs) or linked to the return.
• Don’t change the pump connections with the connections of the cooling coil!
• Allow for expansion of the bath oil at elevated temperatures
• Depending on the bath liquid used and the mode of operation it is possible for toxic vapours to be
produced. Ensure appropriate ventilation!
• Immersion thermostats have to be fixed carefully at the bath vessels!
• Only use bath vessels which are appropriate for the intended operating temperatures!
• When changing the bath liquid from water to oil, for temperatures above 100 °C, carefully remove all
traces of water, also from tubing and from the external consumer, otherwise Æ danger of burns
through delayed boiling!
• The cooling coil with the cooling water has only to be used for operating temperatures below 100°C.
At higher temperaturesÆ danger of hot vapour to be produced!
• Always pull out the mains plug before cleaning, maintenance or moving the thermostat!
• Repairs on the control unit and the refrigeration system must be carried out by properly qualified
personnel only!
• Values for temperature control and indicating accuracy apply under normal conditions according to
DIN 12876. High-frequency electromagnetic fields may under special conditions lead to
unfavourable values. This does not affect the safety.
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Explanation of signs:
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Danger:
This sign is used where there may be injury to
personnel if a recommendation is not followed
accurately or is disregarded.
Note:
Here special attention is drawn to some aspect. May
include reference to danger.
Reference:
Refers to other information in different Sections.
Explanation of signs
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Brief operating instructions
This brief instruction shall give you the possibility to operate the unit quickly. For safe
operation of the unit it is absolutely necessary to read carefully all the instructions and
safety notes!
1. Assemble unit and add items as appropriate Section 6.
Take care of the hose tubing connections 6.1. and 6.4.
2. Fill the unit with corresponding liquid. ( Section 6.3.). The units are designed for operation with nonflammable and flammable liquids to EN 61010-2-010. Æ Take care of the level of the bath liquid!
( Section 6.2.)
3. Connect the unit only to a socket with a protective earth (PE) connection.
Compare the information on the rating label with the supply details.
4.
Using a screwdriver, set the over temperature cut-out point to a value clearly
above ambient temperature Section 7.5.1.
5. Switch on at the mains switch
.
6. The function "Manual Start“ (display STArt) is activated. To start the unit and enter the basic menu,
press the key
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7. Setting of the functions
7.2
7.6.5
7.6.6
7.6.7
7.6.8
The Parameter menu includes a default function Section 7.6.6.8 which produces a basic adjustment of
nearly all functions and permits basic operation with internal control.
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Control and functional elements
Clamping bracket
Pump setting knob
Pt 100
Pump housing
Outlet for bath circulation
Jet nozzle
Heater
LED green
Menu functions
Mains switch
Setting of over temperature
switch-off point
Pump connection:
– return to bath
– pump outflow, pressure outlet
( labelling housing)
Cooling coil connection
Bath bridge
Bath cover
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Analogue Input/ Output 66S
Pt 100 ext. 10S
Alarm contact 31N
RS 232/ 485 65S
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Unit description
4.1
Environmental conditions
The operation of the thermostats is only allowed under the following conditions as specified in
EN 61010-2-010:2003 and EN 61010-1:2001:
4.2
−
Indoor use.
−
Altitude up to 2000 m above sea level.
−
Foundation must be dense, even, non-slippery and non-flammable.
−
Keep clear distance (
−
Ambient temperature range ( Chapter 9 Technical Data (according to DIN 12876) ).
Use only within this range for an undisturbed operation.
−
Mains supply voltage fluctuations ( Chapter 9 Technical Data (according to DIN 12876) ).
−
Maximum relative humidity 80% for temperatures up to 31°C, decreasing linearly to 50% relative
humidity at 40°C.
−
Transient over voltage according to Installation Categories (Over voltage Categories) II
−
Pollution degree: 2.
Chapter 6.1 Assembly and setting up).
Unit description
The immersion thermostats E 300 have a device for fixing the immersion thermostat to the bath vessel
(clamping bracket). An adapter is supplied for the deep-drawn LAUDA baths 003, 011, 019 and 025.
The type designation of the Ecoline bath/circulation thermostats consists of the control unit E 300 and
the type of bath.
Example:
Control unit E 300 and Bath 006 produces Thermostat Type E 306.
All bath thermostats E 3xx are supplied with bath cover.
4.3
Pump
All units are supplied with a pressure pump with vario-drive. The pump has an outlet with a rotateable
bend (immersion thermostat) which is connected to the pump nipple for external thermostating circuits
(bath/circulation thermostats). An additional outlet provides circulation within the bath. By turning the
Pump setting knob you can choose between both outlets or divide the flows.
The pump chamber of immersion thermostats is rotateable in a restricted way to reach an optimal
circulation. The pump can be used up to viscosities of 150 mm²/s during heating up. To get an optimum
accuracy of control a viscosity of < 30 mm²/s is recommended.
One of five pump output steps can be selected using the operating menu.
On small bath thermostats (e.g. E 306) and with operation as bath thermostat it is advisable to use
output step 1. The advantage is a low heat generation while having a uniform circulation, that means,
that the unit can work without cooling down to just above ambient temperature.
When operating as circulation thermostat with an external circuit it is preferable to use a larger flow
setting in order to ensure a small temperature difference, especially at higher temperatures and in
conjunction with oil as the bath liquid.
The pump connections of Types E 3xx are fitted with M 16x1 nipples.
The pump outflow connection can be closed off without causing any damage to the pump.
Pump characteristics (
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4.4
Materials
All parts which come into contact with the bath liquid are made from high-grade materials appropriate to
the operating temperature. These are rust-free stainless steel, the plastics PPS and fluoride rubber.
4.5
Temperature indication, control and safety circuit
The units are provided with a 2-line back-lit LC display to indicate the measurements and settings as
well as the operational status. The set point and other settings are selected under menu guidance using
two or three keys.
A Pt 100 temperature probe senses the outflow temperature inside the bath. The measurement is
processed by a high-resolution AD converter. Further processing involves a special control algorithm to
operate the heating triac (with reduced reaction on the mains supply) and the automatic compressor
control.
An external Pt 100 for sensing an external temperature can be connected to a socket (10S). This value
can be indicated and used (if required) as controlling variable when the external controller (cascade
control) is activated. The system is then controlled from the external measurement and not from the
outflow temperature.
The safety system conforms to EN 61010-2-010. A double-channel system is employed with the two
micro controllers checking each other. There is a low-level alarm and a second bath temperature probe
(Pt 100) used in the safety circuit to switch off in case of over temperature and for checking the
measuring/control probe.
The over temperature switch-off point is adjusted with a screwdriver (tool) on the control head. The
setting is also automatically indicated on the display.
With low liquid level, over temperature and certain system faults the heating is switched off on all poles.
The pump and refrigeration compressor are also switched off.
This fault shut-down is permanent, i.e. the blockage is stored in the memory and has to be reset by
operating the key
supply is switched off.
after the fault has been rectified. The fault blockage is retained after the mains
Other instrument functions are described in the appropriate Sections and in Section 7 Starting up.
4.6
Programmer
The unit is provided with a programmer function which permits storage of 5 temperature-time
programmes. Each programme consists of several temperature-time segments. In addition there is the
information of the number of times the programme has to run. The total number of all the segments of all
programmes must not exceed 150.
4.7
Serial Interfaces
Connectors for fault (alarm) contact output, analogue inputs and outputs, external Pt 100 and serial
RS232/RS485 interfaces are located on the back of the control head. Although the connectors for the
cooling solenoid valve and the connection of a through-flow cooler.
For further description of the interfaces see under Section 7.7 and 7 Starting up.
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Unpacking
After the unit and accessories have been unpacked they have to be examined for possible transport
damage. If there is any damage visible on the unit, the forwarding agent or the post office has to be
notified so that the shipment can be examined.
Standard accessories:
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Article number
Quantity
Term
LDSM 2002
1
WinTherm Plus
CD-Rom with PC-Software
HDQ 081
1
Bath cover E006
only at E 306
HDQ 082
1
Bath cover E012
only at E 312
HDQ 082
HDQ 083
1
1
Bath cover E012
Bath cover E020
at E 320 and at E 326
HKO 026
HKM 032
2
2
13 mm diameter nipple
union nuts (M16x1)
HKN 065
2
Closing plugs
EZB 260
1
Warning label
YAED 0015
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Operating Instruction
Unpacking
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Preparations
6.1
Assembly and setting up
a) Immersion thermostat
−
Hang the thermostat into the bath to be
thermostated (baths Section 10 ).
−
In baths made of plastic the heater should
not have contact to the sides of the bath!
−
Do not cover the ventilation opening at the
back of the unit.
−
Keep clear distance of at least 20cm.
Adjustment of the pump chamber
−
The fixation of the temperature probe has to
be moved upwards approx. 15mm.
−
Adjust the pump chamber.
−
Move the fixation of the temperature probe
downwards again (see ill. on the left)
−
For all LAUDA baths (plastic and deep-drawn
baths), please fix the adapter (standard
accessory) on the clamping bracket.
−
Turn the jet nozzle to face diagonally into the
bath. The outflow for the bath circulation can
then be closed.
−
Turn the Pump setting knob to the left
(see. ill. 1.)
Adjustments of the pump outflows ( Section 6.4)
ill. 1:
Pump setting knob turned
anticlockwise
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Pump setting knob medium
position
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Pump setting knob turned
clockwise
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Operation with cooling coil (
Section 10)
−
Pull the clamping bracket to the back for fixing
the cooling coil while releasing it with a
screwdriver.
−
Push the cooling coil on the clamping bracket.
−
Install the clamping bracket again.
Operation with fixing rod (
Section 10)
−
Pull the clamping bracket to the back while
releasing it with a screwdriver.
−
Install the fixing rod together with the clamping
bracket.
Operation with external circuit ( Section 6.4.)
− The immersion thermostats have to be fixed carefully at the bath, for they must
not fall into the bath.
− In that case don’t touch the bath liquid! Pull out mains plug immediately!
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b) Bath/Circulation thermostats
−
Place the unit on a flat surface.
−
Do not cover the ventilation openings at
the back.
−
Keep a clear distance of at least 20cm.
−
When operating without an external
consumer (bath thermostat) the Pump
setting knob has to be turned so that the
flow comes out of the outlet for bath
circulation. (Abb. 3)
Operation with external consumer (Circulation
thermostat) ( Section 6.4.)
− When operating as bath thermostat without external consumer the pump pressure
outflow has to be closed (use closing plugs) or linked to the return.
− At bath temperature above 70°C the label
in a clearly visible position.
6.2
supplied must be affixed on the bath
Filling and emptying
Filling
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Close the drain cock.
−
Fill baths up to a maximum level of 20mm below the bath
bridge.
−
Optimum operation at 20-40mm below the bath bridge.
−
Operation is possible down to 60mm below the bath
bridge.
−
The low-level cut-out operates at approx. 90mm below the
bath bridge!
−
When using thermal oils it is necessary to allow an expansion of approx. 8% / 100°C.
−
When operating with an external consumer the total expansion takes place in the
bath.
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Emptying
−
Switch off the thermostat, pull out the mains plug!
a) Immersion thermostat:
−
Unscrew the immersion thermostat or take off the control
unit with the bath bridge.
−
Drain the bath.
b) Bath/Circulation thermostat are equipped with a drain
cock Æ Attach the hose on the drain cock and drain the
bath.
Drain cock
−
The units are designed for operation with non-flammable and flammable liquids to
EN 61010-2-010! Flammable liquids can be operated up to no more than 25°C
below the fire point ( Section 6.3.).
−
Observe the appropriate regulation when disposing used thermostating liquid.
−
When connecting an external consumer take care that the level of the bath liquid
does not drop too much Æ fill in bath liquid if necessary.
Do not drain the thermostating liquid when it is hot or very cold (below 0°C)!
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6.3
Bath liquids and hose connections
Bath liquids
LAUDA
Designation
Former
designation
Aqua 90
water
Working
temperature
range
Chemical
Designation
from °C
to °C
+5...+90
Firepoint
Ref.No.
Quantity
Viscosity
(kin)
Viscosity
(kin) at
Temperature
mm²/s
at 20°C
mm²/s
1
--
--
LZB 120 LZB 220 LZB 320
deionised
5l
10 l
20 l
water
Kryo 30
G 100
-30...+90
Monoethyleneglycol/water
4
50 at -25°C
--
LZB 109 LZB 209 LZB 309
Kryo 51
---
-50...+120
Silicone oil
5
34 at -50°C
> 160
LZB 121 LZB 221 LZB 321
Kryo 20
160 MS
-20...+180
Silicone oil
11
28 at -20°C
> 230
LZB 116 LZB 216 LZB 316
Ultra 350
330 SCB
+30...+200
synthetic
thermal oil
47
28 at +30°C
> 240
LZB 107 LZB 207 LZB 307
RDS 50
+60...+200
Silicone oil
44
28 at +60°C
> 362
LZB 117 LZB 217 LZB 317
Therm 200
At higher temperatures Æ Evaporation losses Æ Use bath covers ( Section 10). Distilled
water or fully deionised water must only be used with the addition of 0,1g sodium carbonate
(Na2CO3) /Litre water, otherwise Æ danger of corrosion!
Water content falls after prolonged operation at higher temperatures Æ mixture becomes
flammable (flash point 128°C) Æ Check the mixture ratio with a densimeter.
Do not use in conjunction with EPDM tubing!
−
When selecting bath liquids it should be noted that performance must be expected to worsen at
the lower limit of the operating temperature range due to increasing viscosity. The full operating
range should only be utilised if really necessary.
−
The operating ranges of the bath liquids and tubing represent general data which may be
limited by the operating temperature range of the unit.
Silicone oil causes pronounced swelling of Silicone rubber Æ never use Silicone oil with
Silicone tubing!
DIN Safety data sheets are available on request!
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Hose connections
a) Elastomer tubing
Tubing type
Int. dia.
Ø mm
9
Temperature
range °C
+10...+120
EPDM tubing,
non-insulated
12
+10...+120
EPDM tubing
insulated
12
ext. dia.
35mm approx.
11
-60...+120
EPDM tubing,
non-insulated
Silicone tubing,
non-insulated
Silicone tubing,
insulated
Viton
Viton
insulated
Viton
insulated
11
ext. dia.
35mm approx.
11
8,5
ext. dia.
30mm approx.
11
ext. dia.
32mm approx.
-30...+100
-60 to +100
+60 to +200
-60 to +150
-60 to +150
Application
Ref. No.
for all bath liquids
except for Ultra 350
and mineral oils
for all bath liquids
except for Ultra 350
and mineral oils
for all bath liquids
except for Ultra 350
and mineral oils
water,
water/glycol mixture
water,
water/glycol mixture
RKJ 111
RKJ 112
LZS 021
RKJ 059
LZS 007
for all bath
liquids
for all bath
liquids
RKJ 091
for all bath
liquids
LZS 018
LZS 017
− EPDM-tube, not for Ultra 350 and not for mineral oils!
− Silicone oil causes pronounced swelling of Silicone rubber Æ never use Silicone
oil with Silicone tubing!
− Protect tubing with hose clips against slipping off.
b) Metal hoses for Types E 3xx, rust-free stainless steel, with M 16 x 1 union nut, 10 mm
int. Diameter
Type
Length
Temperature range °C
Application
Ref. No.
(cm)
MC 50
50
+10...+400
With single insulation
LZM 040
for all bath liquids
MC 100
100
+10...+400
"
LZM 041
MC 150
150
+10...+400
"
LZM 042
MC 200
200
+10...+400
"
LZM 043
20
+10...+400
"
LZM 044
Pump connection link
MK 50
50
-90...+200
with foam insulation for
LZM 052
low temperatures
for all bath liquids
MK 100
100
-90...+200
"
LZM 053
MK 150
150
-90...+200
"
LZM 054
MK 200
200
-90...+200
"
LZM 055
20
-90...+200
"
Pump connection link
LZM 045
20
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6.4
Connection of external circuits
a) Immersion thermostat
−
Push 11-12 mm int. diameter tubing ( Section 6.3)
directly onto the jet nozzle and connect it to the
external circuit.
−
Hang the return tubing into the bath and fix it!
−
We recommend to use the pump set (
In this case
−
screw on the pump connectors,
−
install the connecting tube.
Section 10).
Jet nozzle
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Using the Pump setting knob at the pump outflows,
divide up the pump flow in accordance to the
thermostating task ( Section 6.1).
−
Position
Æ maximum flow in the external circuit, the
Pump setting knob is turned anticlockwise.
−
Position Æ flow passes through pump outflow and
outlet for bath circulation, the Pump setting knob is in
medium position.
−
Position
Æ external circuit is closed and the outlet
for bath circulation fully open, the Pump setting knob is
turned clockwise.
−
Operate the Pump setting knob only when the bath contents are near ambient
temperature.
−
When no tubing is connected, close the pump outflow with closing plugs even in
position .
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b) Circulation thermostat
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−
When used as circulation thermostat, care for shortest
hose connections with largest inner diameter as
possible. This gives the best flow.
−
Connect 11-12mm int. dia. tubing (for Types 3xx use
metal hoses) ( Section 6.3.) to the pump connector.
−
Pump connections:
– return to bath
– Pump outflow, pressure outlet
( labelling housing)
−
If the cross-section of the tubing is too small Æ temperature drop between bath and
external system due to low flow rate. Increase the bath temperature appropriately.
−
Always ensure the maximum possible flow cross-section in the external circuit!
−
When tightening the union nut hold on to the pump nipple with a SW 14 spanner
(see ill.)!
−
If the external control is to be used, a Pt 100 probe needs to be installed in the
consuming device. ( Section 7.5.2 and 7.6.3)
−
When the external consumer is placed at a higher level than the thermostat, the pump
is stopped and air penetrates into the thermostating circuit the external liquid may
drain down into the bath even with a closed system Æ danger of flooding the
thermostat!
−
Protect tubing with hose clips against slipping off!
−
When no external circuit is connected to the thermostat, the outflow connection must
be closed (use closing plugs) or linked to the return!
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6.5
Cooling the thermostats
At bath temperatures down to just above ambient temperature (approx. 2 – 10°C) it is possible to work
without cooling. Additional cooling is required for lower temperatures.
Immersion thermostat: Æ attach the cooling coil (
Section 6.1).
Bath/Circulation thermostats Æ fitted with cooling coil, as standard.
Cooling possibilities:
1. down to +20 °C
Mains water Æ keep the water consumption as low as possible!
2. down to – 40°C
flow-through cooler DLK 10/ DLK 25/ DLK 45 (depending on bath size and
temperature) Section 10
Æ use water/glycol mixture (ratio 1:1).
Æ Mains supply outlet 34H Æ Connection socket for through-flow- cooler
( Section 10).
Mains supply 230V will be switched off in case of fault. Consumption of current
2A max.
− Use insulated tubing!
− When thermostating an external system the equipment must be arranged in the
following order: thermostat Æ external circuit Æ flow-through cooler Æ thermostat.
For Bath/Circulation thermostats Æ Connection of a solenoid valve is possible for controlled cooling with
mains water in combination with a cooling coil (connection socket 19H, 230V, max. 0,2A). Within a
temperature range of approx. 15 to 100 °C the cooling is automatically adjusted to the requested demand. A
set of solenoid valves is necessary ( Section 10 Accessories) It is absolutely necessary to use hose clips.
Fasten the outflow tube in the drain.
UD 437
back view
Connection
19H
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7
Starting up
7.1
Connection to the supply
Compare the supply voltage against the data on the rating label.
Model according to EMC directive EN 61326-1 Class B.*
−
Connect the unit only to a grounded mains power socket (PE).
−
No warranty when the thermostat is connected to a wrong supply!
−
Please make sure that your mains plug is equipped with at least the following safety
fuses.
Power supply
Fuse protection
230V
208V
115V
7.2
16A
15A
15A
−
Without external circuit ensure that the pump pressure outflow is closed or linked to the
pump return.
−
Ensure that the unit is filled in accordance with Section 6.2!
Switching on
−
Using a screwdriver set the over temperature switch-off
point to a value clearly above ambient temperature.
−
Switch on at the mains switch. The green LED for
"Supply ON" lights up.
−
A tone sounds for approx. 0,25 sec.
−
The unit self-test starts up. All display segments and
symbols light up for approx. 1 sec. Then the software
version (VER x.x) is indicated for approx. 1 sec.
−
The display only appears if function "Manual Start" is
activated which means that every time the unit was
0,25 sec
OFFline, it has to be started with the key
( Section 7.6.6.2)
In case "Auto start" is activated, the following display is
shown immediately after unit has been switched ON.
Attention: If the key pad is locked (KEY-function) the
KEY-function must be switched OFF first.
( Section 7.3.2 )
−
Display shows the actual bath temperature (above)
(resolution 0,05 °) and the set point. The pump starts up.
The values which were active before switching off are
used.
* Notice only valid for EU countries!
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−
If necessary add more bath liquid to replace the amount pumped out to the external
circuit..
−
If the pump does not purge the system immediately, the unit may switch off again
although it is filled sufficiently (only when starting up for the first time).
7.3
Key functions
7.3.1
General
or
−
A double signal tone sounds.
−
The display for LEVEL (low-level) appears.
−
The fault triangle is flashing
−
Press the key. If necessary repeat several times.
−
Also press the key if the unit had switched off under a
fault condition.
−
Change to the next level, also marked by two dots behind
the symbol.
−
Activates input, display is flashing
−
Scroll with keys within the particular level.
−
or setting numerical values.
−
Accelerated input through:
a) holding down the keys, or
b) pressing and holding down one of the two keys and
immediately afterwards pressing the other key briefly.
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Briefly (1 sec) releasing the key(s) and again pressing one
of the keys moves one digit to the right.
−
In principle: after the setting has been completed it is
entered automatically after approx. 4 sec or
−
immediate entry of the setting with key.
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7.3.2
Key inhibit (KEY)
+
−
Key operation can be inhibited with the KEY function in
order to prevent unauthorised alterations of the thermostat
settings via the keys.
−
Press key
−
Within 4 sec press also
and hold it down.
and hold it down.
The display shows
−
and 4x 0 appear consecutively.
−
KEY is displayed..
−
Release both keys.
The keys are now non-functional. When any keys are
operated the display shows KEY.
For de-inhibiting:
+
−
Press key
−
Within 4 sec press also
and hold it down,
and hold it down.
The display shows
7.4
−
and 4x 0 disappear consecutively and KEY disappears.
−
The keys are de-inhibited.
LC-Display
Standby-Symbol
Heating-Symbol
Line 1 shows ext. actual
temperature. TE
Line 1 shows int. actual
temperature (bath
temperature).
Line 1
Line 2
Cooling-Symbol
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Error symbol
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7.5
Level 0 (base menu) and level 1
7.2
7.6.5
7.6.6
7.6.7
7.6.8
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7.5.1
Set point selection (Level 0)
or
or
−
−
Press keys until SET (set point) appears.
−
Enter, display is flashing.
−
Enter set point with both keys. (
−
Display is flashing 4 sec Æ new value is entered
automatically, or
−
value entered immediately with key.
For safety reasons the set point can only be set up to 2°C above the upper limit of the
operating temperature range of the particular thermostat type.
−
7.5.2
Section 7.3.1)
Appears when analogue set point input is
activated. ( Section 7.6.7.1).
External temperature
−
switches line 2 of the display from set point SET to the
external actual temperature TE.
−
or outflow temperature TI if external controller is activated.
−
When external Pt 100 is not connected.
,
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Connection of the external Pt 100 to Lemo socket 10S:
Contact
1
2
3
4
7.5.3
7.5.4
+ I
+ U
- U
- I
current path
voltage path
voltage path
current path
Pt 100
DIN EN 60751
−
4-pin Lemosa plug for Pt 100 connection (Cat. No. EQS 022).
−
Use screened connecting cable. Connect screen to connector case.
Display variants
−
With external controller switched on, line 1 shows the
external actual temperature. The indicator field changes
from Int to Ext .
Line 2 can then show the actual internal temperature (bath
temperature).
−
With the set point resolution (RES) set to 0.01°C (
Section 7.6.4) line 2 can show both bath temperature TI
and external temperature TE with 0.01°C resolution.
−
Scroll to level 1.
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7.6
Level 1
−
7.6.1
Cooling function
or
7.6.2
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see 7.5
−
Display shows current bath temperature, COOL, and
selected operating mode. To alter the setting press the
key alongside.
−
Start to set the operating mode with one of the keys.
0 = Solenoid valve CLOSED
1 = Solenoid valve OPEN
A = Unit operates valve as required (proportional
cooling)
−
Scroll with key to pump output.
−
If the thermostat is not connected to cooling water, setting 0 or 1 should be selected.
−
When using a through-flow chiller (DLK) at socket 34 H, this is operating continuously
except in the case of a fault or if the pump is set to 0.
Pump output
−
with key scroll from COOL function.
−
Display shows current bath temperature, PUMP, and
current pump output step. To alter the setting press key
alongside
−
Display is flashing approx. 4 sec
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−
or
Ö
During this time start setting the required pump output level
with one of the keys.
0 = pump stopped, heating off, refrigerator off (standby).
The symbol
on the display left lights up.
1 = low pump output
2 , 3 , 4 = medium pump output
5 = maximum pump output
Standby
− Pump responds immediately (this can be heard). Value is
entered after approx. 4 sec.
− Scroll with key to "External control ON or OFF (CON) or
− with key back to COOL.
7.6.3
External control (CON)
− External control can be activated here:
− The external temperature is normally sensed by the Pt 100
connected to socket 10S ( Section 7.5.2)
The external actual value can also be introduced as a
standard analogue signal (socket 66S).( Section 7.6.7.)
− I = internal control, the thermostat controls the bath
temperature.
Õ
− E = External control ON, the control operates as cascade
controller with an external actual value.
− With external control switched on, line 1 of the display
automatically shows the external temperature. The indicator
field changes from Int to Ext .
− If no Pt 100 is connected to socket 10S and there is no
standard analogue signal connected to 66S, the display
shows TE FAIL, when an attempt is made to activate
external control.
− De-inhibit with key.
− Scroll with key to "Indication resolution“.
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7.6.4
Selecting the set point resolution (indication resolution)
− Scroll with key from CON function.
− Current bath temperature is being displayed, also RES and
the selected indication mode.
− To change the setting press key alongside..
− Using one of the two keys set the required indication mode.
Normal setting Æ 0.1 = 0.1 °C set point resolution
or 0,01 = 0,01 °C set point resolution,
Æ On set point input the display shows only S instead of
SET.
Æ With 0.01 resolution, bath temperature or external
temperature can be shown with 0.01°C resolution in line 2
( Section 7.5.3)
or
− Scroll with key to programmer level.
7.6.5
Programmer level (PGM)
The programmer function of the units permits storage of 5 temperature-time programmes. Each
programme consists of several temperature-time segments. In addition there is the information how
many times the programme should be run (LOOP). The total number of all the segments of all
programmes must not exceed 150.
A segment is normally a ramp which is defined by the target temperature, i. e. the temperature at the
end of the segment, and the duration from the start to the end of the segment. It is possible to have
temperature steps i. e. the time is zero, and also temperature hold phases, i. e. the same temperature
at the start and at the end of a segment. At the start of the programme the current set point is taken as
the start temperature of the first segment
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−
It is recommended to adjust the set point to a defined value before the start of the
programme, and to terminate the programme at the same temperature.
−
The programmer can also be operated or modified via the RS 232.
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7.6.5.1
Example of programme
Cooling-down time
depending on thermostat
.
volume, external system,
Original programme example
Edited programme example
Segment
Temperature
°C
Time
min
Segment
Temperature
°C
Time
min
1
2
3
4
5
6
30,0
50,0
70,0
70,0
60
30
20
20
40
10
30
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
30,0
50,0
50,0
70,0
70
60
60
20
20
20
20
10
30
0
Insert new segment ( Section 7.6.5.3)
Alter segment time ( Section 7.6.5.6)
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7.6.5.2
Menu structure
7.6.5.3
7.6.5.6
or, when programme is running
7.6.5.4
7.6.5.4
7.6.5.5
7.6.5.6
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7.6.5.3
Programme selection and start
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−
Press the key to go to the submenu of the programmer
function.
−
Press the key to go to programme selection.
−
Press the keys to go to the programmes P1, P2....P5, or
backwards.
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−
7.6.5.4
Key starts the programme. Display changes to basic menu
(level 0) and shows e. g. P1 (instead of SET). P1 blinks
briefly; this indicates that the programme is running. On
selecting a programme number which has not been
configured with a programme, the basic menu shows SET.
Terminate, pause, continue the programme
Terminate:
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−
On going into the PGM menu while a programme is
running, the display shows STOP and the programme
number.
−
I. e. pressing the key terminates the programme run. The
final set point is retained.
−
You are at the beginning of the start menu. The
programme can be started from the beginning (segment
01) ( Section 7.6.5.3) or you can exit the menu with END
( Section 7.6.5.2).
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Pause:
−
With the instruction PAUSE the programme run is paused
(held) at the current position. The display changes to
CONt.
−
You can exit the menu with END in the usual way..
Continue:
7.6.5.5
−
Pressing the key continues the programme at the point
where it has been paused (held).
−
After the power supply has been OFF and ON again while
the programme is running, the programme is paused
(held), i. e. it can be continued with CONt.
−
In this area the current programme data can be indicated
at any time while the programme is running.
( Menu structure 7.6.5.2).
−
With this key from PAUSE or CONt to the INFO menu.
INFO submenu
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38
−
On pressing this key, line 2 of the display shows the
number of the programme selected.
−
Line 2 shows programme 5.
−
Pressing the key changes the display to the current
programme LOOP.
−
1“ means that the programme is running in the first cycle
of the programmed loop.
−
Pressing the key changes the display to indicate the
current segment number.
−
Pressing the key changes the display to indicate the
elapsed time in minutes for the current segment. The
currently selected minute is shown.
−
You can exit the INFO submenu in END.
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7.6.5.6
Edit submenu
Here there are the following functions:
•
Select programme
•
Input a programme
•
Show the programme data of a stored programme and alter the segment data.
•
Insert or add a new segment.
•
Delete a segment.
•
Input the number of programme runs.
−
Programme alterations are stored permanently only after exit from the Edit menu.
−
When the programmer is activated, new segments can be inserted and existing
segments can be altered, incl. the one which is currently activated. In addition, all
segments can be deleted at any time with the exception of the one currently activated.
−
Alterations are possible while the segment is running. The segment is continued as if the
alteration had applied since the start of the segment.
But:
−
If the new segment time is shorter than the segment time which has already
elapsed, then the next segment is activated.
If a segment time > 999 min has to be programmed, this time must be split between
several consecutive segments.
Programme selection::
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−
Press key to enter Edit mode.
−
The display shows the selection for programme 1 (P1).
−
Press the key to select P2, P3, P4, P5
−
Press key to enter..
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Programming example 7.6.5.1
Input of a programme:
− This display appears if the programme storage position is
empty; i. e. no segment has been defined.
− Increments the number of segments by one each time until
the required number of segments appears. In this example
6 segments.
2x
− Press several times until the display below appears. The
segment indication runs backwards.
...
Segment target temperature
Segment number
Segment time in minutes
−
40
Press key. Segment target temperature flashes with brief
OFF period.
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−
Press again.
−
Segment target temperature flashes in input mode (longer
OFF time).
−
Input the target temperature.
−
Enter the value, or it is entered automatically after 4 sec.
−
Segment time flashes with brief OFF period.
−
Press to enter.
−
Input the segment time 0 ... 999min.
−
Enter the value, or it is entered automatically as above.
−
Click forward to End.
−
Completes input mode for segment 1.
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−
Click forward to segment 2. Further inputs as for segment
1 etc. until the final segment 6.
−
Programme has been input completely.
It is useful to check the contents of the programme store.
To do this, press
on the display.
show all segment data consecutively
Display of a stored programme and alteration of the segment data:
−
Start as described under Edit, programme selection, then
scroll with
−
through the segment data.
select Edit; the temperature value blinks
With
briefly. Continue as for programme input.
Adding or inserting a new segment:
Both alterations increase the number of segments!
Adding:
− Extending a programme by new segments at the
programme end.
− In the Edit submenu clock forward until the display shows
NEW. The display shows the final segment number of the
programme.
− Press
twice to add new segment number.
2x
− Press key to go back to segment 7.
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− Input segment data for segment 7 and data as described
under input.
Inserting:
−
Inserting new segments.
−
For inserting one or more segments, proceed as described
above.
−
Then using the key, select the segment after which a new
segment has to be inserted.
4x
− Press key to enter.
− It can be seen that the total number of segments has
increased.
5x
− Input data for new segment as described above.
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Deleting a segment:
Deleting the last segment:
− In the Edit submenu clock forward until the display shows
DEL. The display shows the final segment number of the
programme.
− Press key
2x
twice to delete the final segment.
− As protection against unintentional deletion, this function is
performed only after confirmation of key
− The display shows the new final segment number.
Deleting a particular segment:
− To delete any particular programme segment, confirm this
by pressing key
.
i. a. 5x
− The display shows the new final segment number.
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Deleting all segments:
This operation is recommended before input of a new
segment number with NEW at a programme storage position
which has already been used.
− To delete all programme segments, confirm this by
pressing
.
−
The display shows DEL ALL.
−
By pressing the key the total programme is deleted.
Input of the number of programme runs:
−
In the Edit submenu, click until the display shows LOOP.
−
Using the keys select the number of programme runs.
Enter immediately with
or the value is entered
automatically after 4 sec.
Up to 250 runs can be programmed. With input “0” the
programme is repeated indefinitely until STOP.
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7.6.6
46
Parameter level (PARA)
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7.6.6.1
Serial interface parameters / Remote control
−
Selection whether RS 232 or RS 485 is being set.
−
On RS 485 the device address has to be set from 1 to 32.
−
On RS 232 the display shows immediately the selection
menu for baud rate. It can be set to 2.4 / 4.8 / 9.6 / 19.2.
−
To activate the connected remote control set “ON“ Set to
“OFF“ without FBT.
−
When communication between thermostat and FBT is
interrupted there is a fault message and acoustic signal.
This is also the case when the FBT is switched off.
Remote control (FBT)
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Unit is switched off as in case of fault.
7.6.6.2
−
Release after the eliminating the cause of fault (only
possible at the thermostat!!)
−
Select "Manual Start“ or "Auto start“ when mains are ON.
−
In case of "Auto start" the unit is started automatically as
soon as mains are switched ON or in case of voltage
failure as soon as voltage returns.
−
In case of "Manual Start" the
key has to be pressed
each time the mains are switched ON or after mains failure
and return.
−
The display backlighting can be switched off if necessary
(LED OFF).
Manual Start – Auto start
0 = Manual Start
I = Auto start
7.6.6.3
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Display backlighting
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7.6.6.4
Outflow temperature limit
High limit (TiH)
−
The temperature set here limits the outflow temperature
(bath temperature) by switching off the heating. Especially
with external control this limitation avoids the undesirable
permanent shut-down through the safety circuit (over
temperature) during the start-up phase.
Low limit (TiL)
7.6.6.5
−
The temperature set here limits the outflow temperature
against low values through switching off the refrigeration
compressor or the cooling, e.g. in order to prevent
freezing.
−
Input of a value for TiH which is below the value for TiL
causes Err to appear as error message at menu End.
−
The values for TiH and TiL are entered only after leaving
the submenu!!
−
OUT determines the function that is reported through the
neutral contact.
Neutral contact function
0 = Overall fault (Default-settings 7.6.6.8)
1 = Tolerance range monitoring 7.6.6.6
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7.6.6.6
Tolerance range contact
−
7.6.6.7
With WIN (Window) a tolerance range can be chosen.
Input range 0,2...20,0°C. The input value corresponds to
the half of the tolerance range. Comparisons are made
between set point and controlled variable, at internal
control with Ti, at external control with TE. If the difference
is greater than the input value the neutral contact 31N
switches.
1, 3 closed = controlled value within window
1, 2 closed = controlled value outside of window
Sensor calibration (CAL)
Calibration with key
should only be activated if a sufficiently accurate
temperature measurement device is available as reference.
The change causes the factory calibration to be lost. Maximum calibration range
±3°C. The calibration produces an additive shift over the entire measuring range.
Calibrating the internal -Pt 100, (bath temperature sensor)
−
Measure the bath temperature with the reference probe.
−
Press
4s
approx. 4sec. Input the correct value.
Calibrating the external-Pt 100 (external sensor)
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−
Place the reference sensor at the location of the external
approx. 4 sec. Input the corrected
Pt 100. Press.
value. If no external Pt 100 is connected the display shows
FAIL.
4sec
7.6.6.8
Base settings (DEFAULT)
−
Pressing the key
approx. 4 sec programmes certain
essential functions to the factory settings. These include
internal control with manual set point input, standard
control parameters etc.
−
The display shows OK.
−
Leads to PARA . . at level 1.
4 sec
7.6.6.9
Menu end „Parameter“
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7.6.7
Analogue interface (ANA)
The thermostat is provided with two standard analogue signal inputs and 3 outputs. Each input and
output can be set to the standard signals 0 - 10 V, 0 - 20 mA or 4 - 20 mA. The signals are connected to a
6-pin plug (66S) according to NAMUR NE 28.
− View on socket (front) or plug solder face.
Use screened cables. Connect screen to connector case!!
Coupling connector 6-pin
Cat. No. EQS 057
−
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
−
The inputs are permanently assigned to the following
signals: set point and external actual temperature.
The outputs can be configured as required for outflow
temperature TI, external actual temperature TE, set point S
and electrical output Y.
The temperatures can be scaled in the range -100.0 to
400.0°C, the electrical output -100 to 100%.
−
key leads to the submenu "Analogue
Pressing the
interface level". All settings for the analogue inputs and
outputs can be found there.
−
Accuracy of the inputs and outputs after calibration is
better than ± 0.1% full scale
−
Resolution of outputs
Temperature
−
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Output 1
Output 2
0V reference potential
Set point input
Output 3
Input ext. actual temperature
controller output Y
< 0,01% of the range however not
< 0,01°C
0,1%
Current inputs
Voltage inputs
Current outputs
Voltage outputs
input impedance < 100 Ohm
input impedance > 50 kOhm
max. burden 400 Ohm
min. load 10 kOhm
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7.6.7.2
7.6.7.3
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AIS = analogue input set point
OFF = set point input is switched off, i.e. manual value
setting or via serial interface is active.
−
Analogue set point input is switched on, with current
input (I) configuration. With voltage the display shows
AIS U.
−
Scroll to AIE, or
−
Pressing the key leads to the submenu Set point,
analogue inputs. Section 7.6.7.1
−
AIE = analogue input external actual temperature as
standard signal / instead of Pt 100 on input 10S.
OFF = this input is switched off, the measurement of the
Pt 100 at socket 10S is valid.
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−
Input is switched on.
With current configuration (I). In case of voltage the
display shows AIE U.
−
Pressing the key leads to the submenu "Analogue input
external actual temperature". Section 7.6.7.1
or
−
A01 = analogue output 1
−
OFF = switched off.
−
Analogue output 1 is switched on. With voltage output
(U) configured and the internal temperature signal, i.e.
outflow temperature (t I).
−
I = current output
tE = external temperature
tS = set point
Y = electrical output
−
Outputs 2 and 3 are similar to output 1.
−
Pressing
outputs"
−
CAL = calibration of inputs and outputs at 0 and 10V or
0 and 20mA.
−
leads to the submenu "Calibration".
Pressing
( Section 7.6.7.3)
−
Leads to ANA at level 1.
leads to the submenu "Analogue
Section 7.6.7.2
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7.6.7.1
Submenu Analogue inputs
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from AIS scroll to
−
USE = here the input set point can be switched ON and
OFF.
−
Enter the required status with
−
Type = input signal type, Voltage 0 - 10V (U) or
current 0 - 20mA (4 - 20mA) (I).
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−
If a current range has been selected there is also a
request whether range 0 - 20mA or range 4 - 20mA is
required.
−
MIN = minimum temperature in °C
For determining the temperature range to which the
current or voltage range has to be assigned.
−
MAX = maximum temperature in °C
For determining the temperature range to which the
current or voltage range has to be assigned.
Example: 0 – 10°C is to correspond to -50 to 150°C.
MIN = -50; MAX = 150. At the set point input only values in
the range –30°C to 200°C are processed since this
corresponds to the operating range of the thermostat.
Outside this range the display shows the limit value.
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Back to AIS.
−
Scroll to submenu "Analogue inputs", but referred to the
configuration and scaling of the external temperature input.
( Section 7.6.7.1)
−
Continue as for set point input AIS.
−
Error message, in the current range 4 - 20mA the current
is less than 4mA (0 to 4mA).
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7.6.7.2
58
Submenu Analogue outputs
−
from A01 scroll to
−
USE = here the analogue output 1 (or, depending on
previous steps, output 2 or output 3) can be switched ON
and OFF.
−
Enter required status with
−
Type = output signal type; voltage 0 - 10V (U) or
current 0 - 20mA (4 - 20mA) (I).
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If a current range has been selected there is also a
request whether range 0 - 20mA or range 4 - 20mA is
required.
−
MIN = minimum temperature in °C (or electrical output).
For determining the temperature range to which the
current or voltage range has to be assigned.
−
MAX = maximum temperature in °C (or electrical output).
For determining the temperature range to which the
current or voltage range has to be assigned.
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MODE = operating mode, assignment of signal source to
output.
t I = outflow temperature, bath temperature (internal)
t E = external actual temperature
T S = set point
Y = electrical output (± 100%).
−
Back to A01 or A02 or A03
On changing from temperature range to electrical output recheck MIN, MAX!
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7.6.7.3
Submenu Calibration (ANA)
− from CAL . . scroll to
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C In = calibrate (C);
Input (In); S.I = set point; current signal (I)
−
S.U = set point; voltage signal (U)
−
E.I = external actual temperature input (E),
current signal (I)
−
Continue see fig. start 7.6.7.3
−
Out = analogue output 3 (Out 3); voltage signal
−
Scrolls to CAL in menu Analogue interface menu.
etc.
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Calibrating of the inputs
−
Apply the voltage or current for the appropriate range limit
(0V, 10V, 0mA, 20mA). Deviations up to approx. 10% of
range can be corrected.
−
The calibration values remain stored!
−
Factory calibration is performed at 0V, 10V, 0mA and
20mA.
−
Feed in current 0mA at contacts 4 (+) and 3 (-) on
connector 66S..
−
Feed in current 20mA.
−
Calibration of set point input current is completed.
−
Set point input voltage and external actual temperature
input current and voltage are calibrated similarly.
after approx. 2 sec
after approx. 2 sec
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Calibrating of the outputs
−
Connect up the device to be supplied or an accurate
multimeter with a current range 0 - 20mA or a voltage
range 0 - 10V.
−
Calibrate the outputs with the required termination
resistance.
−
after approx. 4 sec the second point.
−
Take current reading on the meter and set it with
e.g. 1300 = 1.3 mA.
−
Take current reading on the meter and set it with
e.g. 1991 = 19.91mA.
−
After calibration has been completed this display appears
again.
4 sec
or with standard voltage signal 0...10V
−
after approx. 4 sec. the second point.
4 sec
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Corresponding start values for voltage calibration are L
500 and H 9000 = 0,5V and 9V.
−
After calibration has been completed this display appears
again.
−
Back to the menu Analogue interface CAL.
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7.6.8
Control parameter level
With internal control (bath control):
With external control switched on:
−
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Pressing
scrolls from REG . . to the input for the
control parameters.
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With Internal control (CON I)
−
With internal control (CON I) select here the proportional
band Xp for the bath controller. Input range 0.1 – 10°C.
Useful values are 2 – 7°C, depending on bath size,
external circuit and thermostating liquid.
If the value is too small (e.g. 2°C) this may result in control
oscillations.
If the value is too large (e.g. 8°C) the compensation of
interference may be worse and more sluggish.
−
Select here the reset time TN for the bath controller.
Range 1 - 200 sec. 200 is followed by OFF, i.e. the integral
function of the controller is switched off, the controller
operates as a proportional controller with permanent
control offset. OFF is normally not used. Suitable values
are 20 - 100sec.
−
Small values produce rapid control action but also lead to
instability. Values around 50sec usually give reasonable
results.
−
The controller output can be indicated here, e. g. for use
during servicing.
With external control (CON E) switched on:
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Proportional band Xp for bath controller. When working
with the external controller the bath controller operates as
proportional controller in the cascade circuit.
−
The criteria are similar to internal control.
−
Control gain of the master controller of the cascade.
Larger values produce a faster reaction and possibly
instability.
−
Suggested value KPE = 5.0
−
Reset time TN of the master controller. KPE and depend
largely on the conditions, i.e. volume, heat transfers, pump
output and location of external controller.
−
Suggested value for TN = 100s.
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−
It is essential to ensure that there is optimal thermal
coupling between thermostating liquid and external
sensing point. Otherwise satisfactory control can not be
achieved. Under unfavourable conditions, simple outflow
temperature control may give better results.
−
Correction limitation:
Here it is possible to set a limit for the difference between
external temperature (TE) and the outflow temperature.
This is used e.g. for gentle heating of the product being
heated. It can also be helpful for a better stabilisation of
the external temperature. 00 means that this function is
de-activated. Values between 1°C and 200°C can be set..
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7.7
Serial Interfaces RS 232, RS 485
7.7.1
RS 232 Interface
Connecting cables and interface test:
Computer
Data
9-pin sub-D socket
RxD
TxD
DTR
Signal Ground
DSR
RTS
CTS
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Thermostat
25-pin sub-D socket
2
3
3
2
20
7
6
4
5
5
3
2
7
9-pin sub-D socket
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
5
7
8
Data
TxD
RxD
DSR
Signal Ground
DTR
CTS
RTS
with hardware handshake: When connecting the thermostat to the computer please use a 1:1 cable
and not a zero-modem cable!
without hardware handshake: The computer needs an operating mode: ”without hardware
handshake”. In the plug of the thermostat a bridge has to be inserted between Pin 7 and 8.
− Use screened connecting cables.
− Connect the screen to the plug case.
− The lines are electrically isolated from the remaining electronics.
− Unoccupied pins must not be connected!
The RS 232 Interface can easily be tested with the PC connected, using the MS-Windows operating
system. On Windows 3.11 with the programme "Terminal" and on Windows® 95/ 98/ NT/ XP with the
programme "Hyper Terminal”.
Protocol:
−
The interface operates with 1 stop bit, no parity bit and 8 data bits.
−
Transfer rate either 2400, 4800, 9600 (factory setting) or 19200 baud as selected.
−
The RS232 interface can be operated with or without hardware handshake
(RTS/CTS).
−
The command from the computer must be terminated with CR, CRLF or LFCR.
−
The response of the thermostat is always terminated with CRLF.
CR = carriage return (hex: 0D)
LF = line feed (hex: 0A)
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Example:
Transfer of set point 30.5°C to the thermostat
Computer
Thermostat
„OUT_SP_00_30.5“CRLF
Ö
Õ
7.7.2
„OK“CRLF
RS 485 Interface
Connecting cable:
Thermostat
9-pin sub-D-socket
pin
Data
1
Data A
5
SG (Signal Ground)
optional
6
Data B
−
Use screened connecting cables.
−
Connect the screen to the plug case.
−
The lines are electrically isolated from the remaining electronics.
−
Unoccupied pins must not be connected!
The RS 485 bus absolutely needs a bus termination in form of a terminating network which ensures
a defined unattended time in the high-resistance phases. The bus terminal is defined as follows:
Generally this network is integrated on the plug-in card of the computer (RS 485).
Protocol:
−
The interface operates with 1 stop bit, no parity bit and 8 data bits.
−
Transfer rate either 2400, 4800, 9600 or 19200 (factory setting) baud as selected.
−
The RS485 commands are always preceded by the device address. There is
provision for 127 addresses. The address must always have 3 digits. (A000_... to
A127_...).
−
The command from the computer must be terminated with CR.
−
The response of the thermostat is always terminated with CR.
CR = carriage return (hex: 0D).
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Example:
Transfer of set point 30.5°C to the thermostat with address 15.
Computer
Thermostat
„A015_OUT_SP_00_30.5“CR
Ö
Õ
7.7.3
„A015_OK“CR
Write commands (data commands to the thermostat)
Command
OUT_SP_00_XXX.XX
Explanation
OUT_SP_04_XXX.XX
OUT_SP_05_XXX.XX
Set point transfer with up to 3 places before the decimal point
and up to 2 places behind
Pump output step 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5; 0 = Stop (Standby)
Refrigerator 0 = Valve closed / 1 = Valve open / 2 = proportional
cooling
TiH outflow temperature high limit
TiL outflow temperature low limit
OUT_PAR_00_XXX.XX
OUT_PAR_01_XXX
OUT_PAR_04_XXX.XX
OUT_PAR_05_XXX
OUT_PAR_08_XXX.XX
Setting of control parameter Xp for controller (0.1 – 10°C)
Setting of control parameter Tn (5 - 200 sec)
Setting of control parameter KPE (0.1 - 10.0)
Setting of control parameter TNE (5 - 200 sec)
Setting of the WIN value for tolerance range monitoring
OUT_MODE_00_X
OUT_MODE_01_X
Keys: 0 = free / 1 = inhibited (corresponds to "KEY")
Control: 0 = internal / 1 = external
START
To switch on the unit (standby modus or “Manual Start" ON if
mains are OFF)
Switches thermostat to standby (pump, heating, refrigerator off).
OUT_SP_01_XXX
OUT_SP_02_XXX
STOP
RMP_SELECT_X
RMP_START
RMP_PAUSE
RMP_CONT
RMP_STOP
RMP_RESET
RMP_OUT_00_XXX.XX_XXX
RMP_OUT_02_XXX
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Selection of the programme (1-5) to which the further
instructions apply. When the unit is switched on, programme 5 is
selected automatically.
Start the programmer
Hold (pause) the programmer
Restart the programmer after pause
Terminate the programmer
Delete the programmer
Set a programme segment (temperature and time). A segment is
added and appropriate values are applied to it.
Number of times the programme runs: 0 = unlimited / 1...250
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−
For "_" use also " " (blank character)..
−
Response from thermostat "OK" or in case of error "ERR_X" (RS485 interface e.g.
"A015_OK" or in case of error "A015_ERR_X").
−
When different dates for one parameter (except for set point) are continuously
transmitted to the thermostat due to bugs, this can lead to the destruction of the
storage location in the thermostat. The storage locations can be overwritten up to
100.000 times.
Permitted data formats:
-XXX.XX
-XXX.X
-XX.XX
-XX.X
-X.XX
-X.X
-.XX
-.X
7.7.4
-XXX
-XX
-X
.X
XXX.XX
XX.XX
X.XX
XXX.X
XX.X
X.X
XXX.
XX.
X.
XXX
XX
X
Read commands (data requested from thermostat)
Command
72
-XXX.
-XX.
-X.
.XX
Explanation
IN_PV_00
IN_PV_01
Read bath temperature (outflow temperature)
Read external temperature TE.
IN_SP_00
IN_SP_01
IN_SP_02
IN_SP_03
IN_SP_04
IN_SP_05
Read temperature set point
Read pump output step
Read operating mode of refrigerator
0 = Valve closed / 1 = Valve open / 2 = proportional cooling
Read current over temperature switch-off point
Read current outflow temperature limit TiH.
Read current outflow temperature limit TiL.
IN_PAR_00
IN_PAR_01
IN_PAR_04
IN_PAR_05
IN_PAR_08
Read current value of Xp
Read current value of Tn (201 = OFF)
Read current value of KPE
Read current value of TNE (201 = OFF)
Read current value of WIN for tolerance range monitoring
IN_DO_01
State of the neutral contact:
0 = make-contact open/ 1 = make-contact closed
IN_MODE_00
IN_MODE_01
IN_MODE_02
Keys: 0 = free / 1 = inhibited
Control: 0 = internal / 1 = external
Standby: 0 = unit ON / 1 = unit OFF
TYPE
VERSION
STATUS
Read thermostat type
Read software version number
Read thermostat status 0 = OK, -1 = error
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STAT
Read error diagnosis response:
XXXXXXX Æ X = 0 no error, X = 1, 2, 3 error
1. Char. 1 = error (Exx)
Char. 2 = pump error
Char. 3 = low level error
Char. 4 = over temperature error
Char. 5 = 0
Char. 6 = no external temp. probe (TE FAIL)
Char. 7 = error analogue inputs
0 = OK / 1 = current analogue set point input < 4mA / 2 = current
analogue act. temperature input < 4mA / 3 both current inputs < 4mA
RMP_IN_00_XXX
RMP_IN_01
RMP_IN_02
RMP_IN_03
RMP_IN_04
RMP_IN_05
7.7.5
Read a programme segment XXX
(response: e. g. 030.00_010.00 = 30.00°C and 10 min)
Read the current segment number
Read the set number of programme runs
Read the current programme run
Read the programme to which further instructions apply
Read which programme is running now (0=none)
−
For "_" use also " " (blank character).
−
The thermostat response is always in the fixed decimal format "XXX.XX" or for
negative values "-XXX.XX" or "ERR_X". (RS485 interface e.g. "A015_XXX.XX" or
"A015_-XXX.XX" or "A015_ERR_X").
Error messages
Message
ERR_2
ERR_3
ERR_5
ERR_6
ERR_8
ERR_30
ERR_31
ERR_32
ERR_33
ERR_34
ERR_35
ERR_36
ERR_37
ERR_50
7.7.6
Explanation
Wrong input (e.g. buffer overflow)
Wrong command
Syntax error in value
Illegal value
Channel (ext. temperature) not available
Programmer, all segments occupied
Set point not possible, analogue set point ON
TiH <= TiL
No external sensor
Current below 4 mA
Auto is selected
No set point input possible. Programmer is running or is paused.
No start from programmer possible, analogue set point input is
switched on.
Communication between thermostat and remote control FBT is
interrupted.
Driver software for LABVIEW®
An individual, easy-to-use control and automation software for operating the ECOLINE, INTEGRAL T
and WK/WKL units can be programmed with the aid of the National Instruments programme
development tool LABVIEW® (http://sine.ni.com/apps/we/nioc.vp?cid=1381&lang=US) In order to make
programme operation possible on the RS 232/ RS 485 interface, LAUDA provides drivers specially
designed for LABVIEW® which can be downloaded free of charge under http://www.lauda.de/.
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7.8
Warning and safety functions
7.8.1
Over temperature protection and testing
−
The units are designed for operation with non-flammable and flammable liquids to
EN 61010-2-010.
−
−
Set the over temperature switch-off point. Recommended
setting 5°C above required bath temperature.
Not higher than 25 °C below the fire point of the bath liquid (
−
Section 6.3).
The actual switch-off point is indicated on the display, e.g.
MAX 110°C.
−
When the switch-off point is being adjusted by more than 2°C Æ display shows MAX
and actual over temperature switch-off point with 1°C resolution for approx. 4sec.
−
The position of the potentiometer is decisive for the setting. The display is just a help
for the setting.
−
Setting is possible only up to a upper limit of the operating temperature range + 5°C.
−
When the bath temperature arises above the over
temperature switch-off point:
1. double signal tone sounds.
2. the display shows the indication for over temperature
TEMP,
the fault triangle is flashing.
Æ heating is switched off on both poles,
Æ pump and refrigeration system are switched off by
the electronics.
−
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−
Rectify the cause of the fault.
−
Wait until the bath temperature has cooled down below
the switch-off point or set the switch-off point at a higher
value.
−
When the display shows TEMP, reset with the key.
Before the unit is running unattended for longer periods over temperature
protection should be tested. Therefore
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7.8.2
−
Turn the potentiometer slowly anticlockwise. Æ The unit
must switch off at the bath temperature.
−
Step 1 - 2 (see above) must follow.
−
Set the over temperature switch-off point again above the
bath temperature and wait until the indication TEMP
appears on the display, then
−
reset with the key.
Low-level protection and testing
−
Double signal tone sounds, if the bath liquid falls so much
that the heater is no longer completely covered with liquid.
1. The display shows (LEVEL) and the fault triangle is
flashing
Æ heating is switched off on both poles,
Æ pump and refrigeration system are switched off by
the electronics.
2. Fill up the bath ( Section 6.2), wait until LEVEL
appears and reset with key.
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If necessary repeat several times in case that the pump does not purge immediately.
−
Testing at regular intervals by lowering the bath level. Place a hose on the pump
connector and pump some of the bath liquid into a suitable container.
−
Step 1 - 2 must follow.
−
Bath temperature during this test not below 0°C or higher than 50°C, otherwise
danger of burn injuries!
−
If there is any irregularity when testing the safety devices, switch off the unit
immediately and pull out the mains plug!
−
Have the unit checked by the LAUDA service or the local service organisation!
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7.8.3
Pump motor monitoring
−
7.8.4
In case of pump motor overload or a blockage the heating and the pump are switched
off.
−
Double signal tone sounds.
−
The display shows PUMP and the fault triangle is flashing.
−
Rectify the cause of the fault, e.g. clean the pump or check
the viscosity, then
−
reset with the key.
−
If several faults appear simultaneously, they have to be
reset individually.
Connection floating contact ”Combination fault” 31 N
This function is only available if in the parameter menu OUT is set to 0
7.6.6.5
(Alarm out) 3-pole locking connector
1 = common, 2 = n.c. (break) , 3 = n.o. (make). When the unit is o.k. 1 and 3 are closed (see ill.). Max
contact rating: 0.2A 24 V. 3-pin plug ( Section 10).
−
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Contact operates in case of error at over temperature protection, low-level protection,
pump monitoring or any other error message.
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7.8.5
Other error messages
Æ Pump fault, proceed as 7.8.3.
−
In case of error message pull out the mains supply plug and insert a screwdriver
through the lower ventilation aperture on the back to attempt to rotate the motor by
means of a fan blade.
−
After rectifying the fault, reset with the key.
Multiple error messages are indicated as follows:
Error codes are shown sequentially using the keys
and
.
Message
Explanation
01
Pump does not start up (stopped at dead position)
02
Pump takes too much current
03
Can not write to data memory
04
Data memory contains data errors
05
Break or short-circuit of temperature sensor
06
Temperature measurement circuit does not respond
07
Measurement circuit for analogue inputs does not respond
08
Message from control system: temperatures of safety and control systems
not identical
09
Message from safety system: temperatures of safety and control systems not
identical
10
No communication between safety and control systems
11
Programme error safety system
12
Break of safety temperature sensor
13
Programme error control system
14
Data error control system
15
System error control system
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8
Maintenance
8.1
Cleaning
Before cleaning the unit, pull out the mains plug!
The unit can be cleaned with water adding a few drops of detergent (washing-up liquid), using a moist
cloth.
Water must not enter the control unit!
8.2
−
Carry out appropriate detoxification if dangerous material has been spilled on or
inside the unit.
−
Method of cleaning and detoxification are decided by the special knowledge of the
user. In case of doubt please contact the manufacturer.
Maintenance and repair
−
Before any maintenance and repair work pull out the mains plug!
−
Repairs on the control unit must only be carried out by properly qualified personnel!
LAUDA thermostats are largely maintenance-free. If the thermostating liquid becomes dirty it has to be
replaced. ( Section 6.2)
−
If a fuse blows (Æ supply indication not alight) fit only fuses as specified (2 x T 16 A;
1 x T 2,5 A, size 5 x 20 Æ fuses are inside the unit).
UL 487-1B
F1; T 16 A
F3; T 2,5 A
F2; T 16 A
Before sending us the unit, please contact our technical service. (
Section 8.3)
If the equipment does have to be returned to the factory, it may only be necessary to dismantle the
thermostat unit and return it.
− If the equipment has to be returned to the factory, please ensure that it is carefully and
properly packed. LAUDA accepts no responsibility for damage due to unsatisfactory
packing.
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8.3
Ordering spares
When ordering spares please quote instrument type and serial number from the rating label. This
avoids queries and supply of incorrect items.
The serial number is combined like following, for example LCB0699-06-0001
LCB0699 = Article order number/ Ref. No.
06 = manufacturing year 2006
0001 = continuous numbering
Your contact for service and support
LAUDA Service Centre
Phone: +49 (0)9343/ 503-236 (English and German)
E-mail service@lauda.de
We shall always be happy to deal with queries and to receive suggestions and criticism!
LAUDA DR. R. WOBSER GMBH & CO.KG
Post office box 1251
97912 Lauda-Koenigshofen
Germany
Phone: +49 (0)9343/ 503-0
Fax: +49 (0)9343/ 503-222
E-mail info@lauda.de
Internet http://www.lauda.de/
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Maintenance
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Technical Data (according to DIN 12876)
Common technical data
E 300
Ambient temperature range
°C
5...40
Setting resolution
°C
0.1/ 0.01
Indication resolution
°C
Indication accuracy
°C
Temperature control
± °C
0.1/ 0.05/ 0.01
± 0,2 °C additive re-calibration
0.01
Safety features
FL
Additional functions
Back light two line LCD-Display, outputs for solenoid valve for
controlled cooling and through- flow cooler, programmer
External controller,
Analogue input and output
Mains supply
V; Hz
see Cat. No. below
Protection Class 1 to DIN VDE 106-1
kW
2.3
Power
230 V;50/60 Hz
consumption
115 V; 60 Hz
1.4
100 V:50/60 Hz
1.1
FL: suitable for flammable and non-flammable liquids; NFL: only suitable for non-flammable liquids
Section 1.2 last item
Immersion thermostat
E 300
Operating temperature range
" with water cooling
°C
°C
25 200
20...200
Operating temperature range
°C
-20...200
Heater
230 V; 50/60 Hz
2.25
power
115 V; 50/ 60 Hz
1.3
100 V; 60 Hz
1.0
Pump type
pressure pump with choice of 5 output steps
Max. discharge pressure
0,4
Max. flow rate
l/min
20
Pump connections
mm
Olive Ø 13
Bath depth
mm
min 150
Usable depth
mm
min 100
Overall size (WxD)
mm
125x133
Height (H)
mm
315
kg
3
Weight
Ref. No.
80
bar
230 V±10%; 50/60 Hz
LCE 0223
115 V±10%; 60 Hz
LCE 4223
100 V±10%; 50/ 60Hz
LCE 6223
at pump output step 1
with additional cooling
at pump output step 5
baths
Technical Data
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Bath/Circulation thermostats
E 306
Operating temperature range
“ with water cooling
Operating temperature range
Heater
230 V; 50/60 Hz
power
115 V; 60 Hz
100 V; 50/60 Hz
°C
E 320
25...200
°C
20...200
20...200
-20...200
-20...200
2.25
1.3
1.0
pressure pump with choice of 5 output steps
bar
0.4
Max. flow rate
l/min
17
Pump connections
mm
nipples 13 mm diameter (M16x1)
Max. bath volume
l
Baths
Bath opening (WxD)
E 326
23...200
°C
kW
Pump type
Max. discharge pressure
E 312
5.5
13
20
26
insulated bath, coated metal housing, drain cock and grips
mm
150x130
300x175
300x350
300x350
Bath depth
mm
160
160
160
200
Usable depth
mm
140
140
140
180
Height top edge of bath
mm
203
203
203
243
Overall size (WxD)
mm
200x310
350x355
350x530
350x530
Height
mm
364
364
364
404
Weight
kg
7
11
13
15
LCB 0699
LCB 4699
LCB 6699
LCB 0700
LCB 4700
LCB 6700
LCB 0701
LCB 4701
LCB 6701
LCB 0702
LCB 4702
LCB 6702
Ref.-No. 230 V±10%; 50/60 Hz
115 V±10%; 60 Hz
100 V±10%; 50/ 60Hz
at pump output step 1
at pump output step 5
with additional cooling
Baths Section 10 Accessories
Units to EU-Directive 89/ 336/ EWG (EMC) and 73/ 23/ EWG (low-voltage) with CE-mark.
We reserve the right to make technical alterations!
Standard settings of control parameters and Pump
Equipment types
E 300
E 306, E 312
E 320
E 326
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Section 7.6.2
Xp ( °C )
Tn ( s )
Pump output step
3,0
2,5
2,0
2,0
30
25
30
30
2
2
4
5
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Pump characteristics:
Immersion thermostat
measured with water
0,5
0,45
0,4
0,35
step 5
bar
0,3
step 4
0,25
step 3
0,2
step 2
0,15
0,1
step 1
0,05
0
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
l/min
Bath/ Circulation thermostats
measured with water
0,5
0,45
0,4
0,35
step 5
bar
0,3
step 4
0,25
3
0,2
0,15
0,1
0,05
0
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
l/min
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Technical Data
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Accessories
For Immersion thermostats
Accessories
Ref. No.
Cooling coil
HOK 064
Pump set (outflow and return connection)
UO 108
Fixing rod
LCZ 0637
Bath
Materials
Max. Temp
(°C)
Volume (l)
Inner size (WxDxH)
Ref. No.
012 T
015 T
020 T
006 T
polycarbonate
polycarbonate
polycarbonate
polycarbonate
100
100
100
100
9 to 13
10 to 15
14 to 20
5 to 7
300x315x160
416x130x310
300x490x160
130x420x160 *
LCZ 0629
LCZ 0630
LCZ 0631
LCZ 0628
003
deep-drawn
stainless steel
deep-drawn
stainless steel
deep-drawn
stainless steel
deep-drawn
stainless steel
150
2.5 to 3.5
135x240x150 *
LCZ 0620
150
9 to 12
300x329x150 *
LCZ 0621
150
12 to 18
300x505x150 *
LCZ 0622
150
19 to 25
300x505x200 *
LCZ 0623
stainless steel
stainless steel
stainless steel
stainless steel
stainless steel
200
200
200
200
200
3.5 to 5.5
8 to 13
13 to 20
19 to 26
30 to 40
150x260x160
300x305x160
300x480x160
300x480x200
300x750x200
LCZ 0624
LCZ 0625
LCZ 0626
LCZ 0627
LCZ 029
011
019
025
006
012
020
026
040
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Accessories
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For all units
Platinum resistance thermometers to DIN EN 60751
Pt 100-70
Temperature range –200...300°C
50% response time 1 sec
4 mm diameter, length 250 mm
Accuracy Class A
Lemo plug
Pt 100-94 Temperature range –100...200°C
4 mm diameter, length 250 mm
Accuracy class A, with attached Silicone cable (2 m long)
and 4-pin Lemo plug
Clamping fitting 4 mm diameter
suitable for Pt100-70, Pt 100-94
Connecting cable, 2.5 m long
Lemo/Lemo plug suitable for Pt 100-70
Cable length as specified
Remote control FBT
1/3 19“; 4 elevation marks
Housing for FBT
cable for Remote control FBT, length 5m
cable for Remote control FBT, length on demand max. 50m
ETP 009
ETP 059
HX 078
UK 246
UK 247
LWZ 028
LWZ 027
EKS 057
UK 258
For Bath / Circulation thermostats
Accessories
Gable cover
Rising platform 8 steps
Pump short circuit
Through-flow cooler DLK 10 to -10 °C
Through-flow cooler DLK 25 to -30 °C
Through-flow cooler DLK 45 to -40 °C
Counter socket for mains supply outlet 34 H
3-pole locking connector (floating contact
„Combination fault“ 31 N)
Set of solenoid valves (mains supply outlet
19H; 230V; 50/60Hz)
84
suitable for
E 320, E 326
E 320, E 326
E 300
E 3xx-Typen
Ref. No.
LCZ 011
LCZ 0635
LZM 044
LFD 005
LFD 108
LFD 109
EQS 045
EQS 054
UD 437
Accessories
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Circuit diagram
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Circuit diagram
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230V; 50Hz ◆ 230V 50/60Hz ◆ [230V; 60Hz]
from serial number: 04-0001
E 3xx
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
Printed Circuit board Mains
Printed Circuit board Display
Printed Circuit board Converter
Printed Circuit board Interface RS 232/RS485
Printed Circuit board Controller
UL 487-1B
UL 515
UL 516
UL 517
UL 518
B1
B2
Pt100 probe safety circuit
Pt100 probe actual value
ETP 057
E1
E2
Heater 1,5 kW
Heater 2,25 kW
---------EH 169
M1
Pump motor
EM 109
S1
Mains switch
EST 101
U3
SSR (BRT22H)
X1
X2
X8
Mains connection
Lock screw
Connection socket cooling (Stakei 2)
X 10
Connection socket cooling unit (Stakei 200)
X 13
X 21
X 23
Housing 2pol.
Plug strip terminal 12pol.
Line up terminal 2pol.
Y 1 output A1
---------
115V; 60Hz ◆ [100V; 50/60Hz] ◆ 208-230V 60Hz
EKN 001
2x EQZ 048
EQK 004+
EQZ 006
EQD 037+
EQZ 006
EQF 067
EQF 079
EZK 063
from serial number: 04-0001
E 3xx
86
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
Printed circuit board „Mains“
Printed circuit board „Display“
Printed circuit board serial interface RS 232/RS 485
Printed circuit board Mains LED-Backlight
Printed circuit board Display LED-Backlight
UL 499
UL 488-1C
UL 490
UL 492
EAO 015
B1
B2
Pt100 probe safety circuit
Pt100 probe actual value
ETP 057
E1
Heater
EH 171
M1
Pump motor
EM 109
S1
Mains switch
EST 101
U3
SSR (BRT22H)
X1
X2
X8
Mains connection
Lock screw
Connection socket cooling (Stakei 2)
X 10
Connection socket cooling unit (Stakei 200)
X 13
X 21
X 23
Housing 2pol.
Plug strip terminal 12pol.
Line up terminal 2pol.
1,3 kW at 115V
1,0 kW at 100V
Y 1 output A1
---------
Circuit diagram
EKN 003
2x EQZ 048
EQK 004+
EQZ 006
EQD 037+
EQZ 006
EQF 067
EQF 079
EZK 063
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BESTÄTIGUNG / CONFIRMATION / CONFIRMATION
An / To / A:
LAUDA Dr. R. Wobser
•
LAUDA Service Center
•
Fax: +49 (0) 9343 - 503-222
Von / From / De :
Firma / Company / Entreprise:
Straße / Street / Rue:
Ort / City / Ville:
Tel.:
Fax:
Betreiber / Responsible person / Personne responsable:
Hiermit bestätigen wir, daß nachfolgend aufgeführtes LAUDA-Gerät (Daten vom Typenschild):
We herewith confirm that the following LAUDA-equipment (see label):
Par la présente nous confirmons que l’appareil LAUDA (voir plaque signalétique):
Typ / Type / Type :
Serien-Nr. / Serial no. / No. de série:
mit folgendem Medium betrieben wurde
was used with the below mentioned media
a été utilisé avec le liquide suivant
Darüber hinaus bestätigen wir, daß das oben aufgeführte Gerät sorgfältig gereinigt wurde,
die Anschlüsse verschlossen sind, und sich weder giftige, aggressive, radioaktive noch
andere gefährliche Medien in dem Gerät befinden.
Additionally we confirm that the above mentioned equipment has been cleaned, that all connectors are closed
and that there are no poisonous, aggressive, radioactive or other dangerous media inside the equipment.
D’autre part, nous confirmons que l’appareil mentionné ci-dessus a été nettoyé correctement, que les
tubulures sont fermées et qu’il n’y a aucun produit toxique, agressif, radioactif ou autre produit nocif ou
dangeureux dans la cuve.
Stempel
Datum
Betreiber
Seal / Cachet.
Date / Date
Responsible person / Personne responsable
Formblatt / Form / Formulaire:
Erstellt / published / établi:
Änd.-Stand / config-level / Version:
Datum / date:
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LAUDA DR. R. WOBSER GmbH & Co. KG
Pfarrstraße 41/43
Tel:
D - 97922 Lauda-Königshofen
Fax:
Internet: http://www.lauda.de
E-mail:
+49 (0)9343 / 503-0
+49 (0)9343 / 503-222
info@lauda.de
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