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Omega CN77000 Owner Manual
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This device is marked with the international caution symbol. It is important to read the Setup Guide before installing or commissioning this device as the guide
contains important information relating to safety and EMC.
To Order Model CN77000 SERIES CONTROLLER (Specify Model Number)
PROCESS CONTROLLER, DUAL DISPLAY FOR THERMOCOUPLE, RTD, VOLTAGE OR CURRENT INPUTS IN A 1/16 DIN CASE
Model No. Description
Model No. Description cont.
CN77
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Dual displays for simultaneous display of measured value and setpoint.
Selectable preset tune, adaptive tune, autotune, PID, PI, PD control modes. The
dual control outputs can be configured for a variety of control and alarm
applications such as heat, heat/cool, heat/alarm, cool or cool/alarm. The ramp to
setpoint feature allows the user to define the rate of rise to setpoint, minimizing
thermal shock to the load during start-up. Maximum ramp time 99.59 (HH.MM),
Soak: 00.00 to 99.59 (HH.MM),Damping: 1 to 8 in unit steps. Input types
J,K,T,E,R,S,B,N,J-DIN°C, RTD 100Ω 0.00385, 100Ω & 1kΩ 0.00392, 0 to 20 mA,
4 to 20 mA, 0 to 100mV, 0 to 1V, 0 to 10Vdc. Alarm 1 output includes SPST relay,
3A @ 120Vac, 3A @ 240Vac.
NOTE: The Controller must be ordered completely configured. Options are not field installable.
[ ]
R3
R5
3
5
CASE TYPE
NEMA 1, 1.89 x1.89" (48 x 48mm) bezel and 1.75" ROUND cutout
NEMA 1, 2.1 x 2.1" bezel and 1.75” ROUND cutout
NEMA 12 bezel for 1/16 DIN panel cutout 45mm x 45mm (1.772 x 1.772")
NEMA 4 bezel for 1/16 DIN panel cutout 45mm x 45mm (1.772 x 1.772")
[ ]
2
3
4
5
CONTROL OUTPUT #1 (Direct or Reverse Acting)
Solid State Relay SSR : 1A @ 120/240Vac continuous
Relay: Form “C” 5A @ 120Vac, 3A @ 240Vac
Pulsed 10Vdc @20mA (for use with external SSR)
Non-Isolated 1 to 10Vdc or 0-20mA @500Ω max
[ ]
0
2
3
4
CONTROL OUTPUT #2 (Direct or Reverse Acting)
Insert “0” if second output is not desired
Solid State Relay SSR: 1A @ 120/240Vac continuous
Relay: Form “C” 5A @ 120Vac, 3A @ 240Vac
Pulsed 10Vdc @20mA (use for external SSR)
*
-A2
-C2
-C4
-PV
-RSP
[ ]
*
OPTIONAL OUTPUTS
none (no entry required)
SPST relay, 3A@ 120Vac, 3A @ 240Vac (Alarm 2)
Isolated RS232, 300 to 19.2k baud
Isolated RS485, 300 to 19.2k baud
Isolated Analog Output
Remote Setpoint Selection
POWER SUPPLY
90 to 240 Vac/dc, 50 to 400Hz (no entry required)
NEMA 1/UL Type 1: Intended for indoor use, to provide a degree of
protection against contact with the enclosed equipment and against limited
amount of falling dirt.
NEMA 4/UL Type 4: Intended for indoor use, to provide a degree of
protection against splashing water, windblown dust and rain, and hose
directed water and undamaged by the formulation of ice on the enclosure.
Testing-Hosedown: Enclosure is subjected to a stream of water from a
hose which has a 1" diameter nozzle and which delivers at least 65 gallons
per minute from a distance of 10 to 12 feet for a minimum of 5 minutes.
NEMA 12/UL Type 12: Intended for indoor use, to provide a degree of
protection against circulating dust, falling dirt, and dripping non-corrosive
liquids. Testing-Drip: Enclosure is subjected to a drip pan which produces
both splashing and dripping. Testing-Atomized Water: Enclosure is
subjected to a spray of atomized water by using a nozzle that produces a
3" round diameter spray, 12" from enclosure. The air pressure is at 30psi.
For harsh environments, we recommend installation of the controller for
square panel cutouts.
Ordering Examples:
1.) CN77R322-C2 is a NEMA 1 bezel case with 1.75 inch round hole mounting adaptor, dual SSR control outputs and RS232 communications output.
2.) CN77330 is a NEMA 12 bezel case with 1/16 DIN mounting and single Relay control output.
3.) CN77544-A2 is a NEMA 4 bezel case with 1/16 DIN mounting, dual pulse control outputs, and a SPST 3A Alarm relay.
NOTES
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part 1: Introduction
1.1
1.2
Safety Considerations .........................................................................1
Before You Begin..................................................................................2
Part 2: Setup
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
2.5.3
2.5.4
Mounting the Controller.......................................................................4
Front Panel View ..................................................................................7
Front Panel Annunciators .......................................................................7
Rear Panel View....................................................................................8
Rear Panel Connector Labels ................................................................9
Mechanical Installation ......................................................................10
Dip Switch Configuration ......................................................................10
Dip Switch Settings...............................................................................11
Electrical Installation .........................................................................12
Input Connection Examples .................................................................13
Thermocouple.......................................................................................13
Two/Three/Four Wire RTD ...................................................................14
Process Current ...................................................................................15
Process Voltage ...................................................................................15
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Part 3: Operation: Configuration Mode
3.1
3.2
3.3
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Introduction ........................................................................................16
Turning Your Controller on for the First Time .............................................16
Function in Configuration Mode................................................................17
Menu Configuration...........................................................................18
ID Number .............................................................................................19
Set Points ..............................................................................................20
Input Type (Thermocouple) ......................................................................24
Input Type (RTD) ....................................................................................25
Input Type (RTD Value) ...........................................................................26
Input Type (Process) ...............................................................................27
Reading Configuration.............................................................................29
Alarm 1 ..................................................................................................33
Alarm 2 ..................................................................................................36
Loop Break Alarm ...................................................................................38
Output 1 ................................................................................................42
Output 2 ................................................................................................52
Ramp & Soak .........................................................................................58
Available Options...............................................................................60
Analog Output Option..............................................................................61
Communication Option ............................................................................64
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Configuration Mode Cont.
Command Formats ...........................................................................................................72
Reading Scale .............................................................................................................................86
Reading Offset .................................................................................................................87
Remote Setpoint Option ....................................................................................................88
Part 4 Specifcations .........................................................................................91
List of Figures
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
2.1 a. — Mounting the Square Mount Controller .................................................................5
2.1 b. — Mounting the Round Mount Controller ..................................................................6
2.2 — Front Panel Display ...................................................................................................7
2.3 — Typical Rear Connector Label and Possible Labels of Different Models ..................8
2.4 — Dip Switch Location.................................................................................................10
2.5.1 — Power Wiring Hookup...........................................................................................12
2.5.2 — Thermocouple Wiring Hookup..............................................................................13
2.5.3 — Two-wire RTD Hookup, Three-Wire RTD Hookup, Four -Wire RTD Hookup ......14
2.5.4 — Process Current Wiring Hookup...........................................................................15
2.5.5 — Process Voltage Wiring Hookup...........................................................................15
3.1 — Flowchart for ID and Set Point Menus ....................................................................18
3.2 — Flowchart for Input Type..........................................................................................23
3.3 — Flowchart for Reading Configuration.......................................................................28
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List of Figures Cont.
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
3.4 — Flowchart for Alarm 1 and Alarm 2..........................................................................32
3.5 — Flowchart for Loop Break ........................................................................................37
3.6 — Flowchart for Output 1.............................................................................................41
3.7 — Flowchart for Output 2.............................................................................................51
3.8 — Flowchart for Ramp & Soak ....................................................................................57
3.9 — Flowchart for Analog Output Option ........................................................................61
3.10 — Flowchart for Communication Option....................................................................64
3.11 — Flowchart for Remote Setpoint ..............................................................................88
List of Tables
Table 3.1 — Communication Commands..................................................................................... 72
Table 3.2 — Command Letters and Index .................................................................................. 76
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INTRODUCTION
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1.1 Safety Considerations
This device is marked with the international caution symbol. It is
important to read this manual before installing or commissioning
this device as it contains important information relating to Safety
and EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility).
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•
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This instrument is a panel mount device protected in
accordance with Class I of EN 61010 (115/230 AC power
connections). Installation of this instrument should be done by
qualified personnel. In order to ensure safe operation, the
following instructions should be followed.
This instrument has no power-on switch. An external switch or
circuit-breaker shall be included in the building installation as a
disconnecting device. It shall be marked to indicate this
function, and it shall be in close proximity to the equipment
within easy reach of the operator. The switch or circuit-breaker
shall meet the relevant requirements of IEC 947–1 and IEC
947-3 (International Electrotechnical Commission). The switch
shall not be incorporated in the main supply cord.
Furthermore, to provide protection against excessive energy
being drawn from the main supply in case of a fault in the
equipment, an overcurrent protection device shall be installed.
•
•
•
•
Do not exceed voltage rating on the label located on the
top of the instrument housing.
Always disconnect power before changing signal and
power connections.
Do not use this instrument on a work bench without its
case for safety reasons.
Do not operate this instrument in flammable or explosive
atmospheres.
Do not expose this instrument to rain or moisture.
Unit mounting should allow for adequate ventilation to
ensure instrument does not exceed operating temperature
rating.
Use electrical wires with adequate size to handle
mechanical strain and power requirements. Install without
exposing bare wire outside the connector to minimize
electrical shock hazards.
EMC Considerations
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•
•
•
Whenever EMC is an issue, always use shielded cables.
Never run signal and power wires in the same conduit.
Use signal wire connections with twisted-pair cables.
Install Ferrite Bead(s) on signal wires close to the
instrument if EMC problems persist.
Failure to follow all instructions and warnings may result in injury!
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INTRODUCTION
1.2 Before You Begin
Customer Service
If you need assistance, please contact the nearest Customer Service Department,
listed in this manual.
Inspecting Your Shipment
Remove the packing slip and verify that you have received everything listed.
Inspect the container and equipment for signs of damage as soon as you receive
the shipment. Note any evidence of rough handling in transit. Immediately report
any damage to the shipping agent. The carrier will not honor damage claims
unless all shipping material is saved for inspection. After examining and removing
the contents, save the packing material and carton in the event reshipment is
necessary.
Manuals, Software:
The latest Operation and Communication Manual as well as free configuration
software are available from the website listed in this manual or on the CD-ROM
enclosed with your shipment.
For first-time users: Refer to the QuickStart Manual for basic operation and set-up
instructions.
If you have the Serial Communications Option you can easily configure the
controller on your computer or on-line.
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TO DISABLE OUTPUTS
Standby mode is useful during setup of the controller or when maintenance of the
system is necessary. When the controller is in standby, it remains in the ready
condition but all outputs are disabled. This allows the system to remain powered and
ready to go.
When the controller is in "RUN" Mode, push ENTER
twice to disable all outputs and alarms.
It is now in "STANDBY" Mode. Push ENTER once
more to resume "RUN" Mode.
PUSH ENTER TWICE to disable the system during an EMERGENCY.
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SETUP
2.1 Mounting the Controller
Note ☞
If necessary, the rear connector assembly may be removed from the main case for
wiring (see Figure 2.1a for Square Mount, Figure 2.1b for Round Mount).
R 0.06
[1.6]
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Square Mount
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Square Mount Micro Controller Mounting Instructions
Figure 2.1a — Mounting the Square Mount Controller
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SETUP
Round Mount
Round Mount Micro Controller Mounting Instructions
1.
Separate the display from the meter by squeezing the case (where shown) and then
unplugging the cable from the meter.
2.
Slide the retainer over the rear of the case, but do not engage serrations on
case.
3.
Pass the cable (from the display) thru a 1 3/4" diameter hole in the mounting
panel and connect to the meter (take care to center the
connector on the mating pins). While squeezing the case,
press the display and meter squarely together
until they connect.
4.
Check the display and gasket for proper
alignment, then slide the retainer tight against
the backside of the mounting panel.
Figure 2.1b — Mounting the Round Mount Controller
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2.2. Front Panel View
Front Panel Annunciators
Figure 2.2 Front Panel Display
SP1
OUT1/Setpoint 1 indicator.
SP2
OUT2/Setpoint 2 indicator.
AL1
Alarm 1 indicator.
AL2
Alarm 2 indicator.
°C
°C unit indicator.
°F
°F unit indicator.
PV
Upper display shows the Process Value
SV
Lower display shows the Setpoint Value
MENU
Changes display to Configuration Mode and advances thru menu items*
/MAX Used in program mode and peak recall*
/MIN
Used in program mode and valley recall*
ENTER
Accesses submenus in Configuration Mode and stores selected values*
* See Part 3 Operation:Configuration Mode
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2.3. Rear Panel View
Figure 2.3 Typical Rear Connector Label and Possible Labels of Different Models
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Rear Panel Connector Labels
POWER
AC Power Connector: All models
INPUT
Input Connector: All models
TC, PR (Process)
RTD
ALARM 1
ALARM 1 relay SPST, programmable: All models
OUTPUT 1
Control Output 1: Based on one of the following models.
Relay SPDT
Voltage and Current
Solid State Relay
Pulse
OUTPUT 2
Control Output 2: Based on one of the following models:
Relay SPST Normally Open
Solid State Relay
Pulse
OPTION
Based on one of the following models:
RS-232C
Isolated Analog Out
RS-485
Alarm 2 Relay SPST, programmable
Remote Setpoint
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2.4. Mechanical Installation
The settings of the DIP switch must be verified or set to comply with your
selection at the Input/Type menu (see Section 3.0 for Input/Type). The DIP
switch is accessible through an opening on the side of the case or may be accessed
by removing the controller from the case, see Section 2.1 for instructions. Locate the
dip switch (see Figure 2.4) and set the switches according to the following tables.
Dip Switch
Configuration
Unit installed in case.
Unit removed from case.
opening in case
Figure 2.4 Dip Switch Location — switch settings are shown in OFF position
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Dip Switch Settings
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SETUP
For SSR wiring hook-up examples, refer to Specification Section.
2.5. Electrical Installation
POWER CONNECTION EXAMPLES
The figure below shows the power wiring hookup.
Use copper conductors only for power
connections
The Protective Conductor terminal must be
connected for safety reasons.
Figure 2.5.1 Power Wiring Hookup
Note ☞
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The Safety European Standard EN61010-1 for measurement, control, and laboratory
equipment requires that fuses must be specified based on IEC127. This standard
specifies for a Time-lag fuse, the letter code “T”. The above recommended fuses are
of the type IEC127-2-sheet III. Be aware that there are significant differences
between the requirements listed in the UL 248-14/CSA 248.14 and the IEC 127 fuse
standards. As a result, no single fuse can carry all approval listings. A 1.0 Amp IEC
fuse is approximately equivalent to a 1.4 Amp UL/CSA fuse. It is advised to consult
the manufacturer’s data sheets for a cross-reference.
Fuse
Connector
Output Type
115 Vac
230 Vac
Fuse 1
Output 1
Relay
5 A(T)
3 A(T)
Fuse 2
Output 1
Relay
5 A(T)
3 A(T)
SSR
0.5 A(T)
0.5 A(T)
Fuse P
Power
N/A
100 mA(T)
100 mA(T)
Fuse A
Alarm 1/2
Relay
3 A(T)
3 A(T)
Note: Values shown are minimum recommendations for the
protection of the controller. For a specific load, consult the respected
electrical specifications to select a suitable fuse.
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INPUT CONNECTION EXAMPLES
2.5.1. Thermocouple
The figure below shows the wiring hookup for any thermocouple type. For
example, for Type K hookup, connect the yellow wire to the + (+S) Terminal and
the red wire to the – (–S) Terminal. When configuring your controller, select
Thermocouple and Thermocouple type in the Input Type menu (see part 3).
TYPE
J
K
T
E
N
R
S
B
Input Connector
Jacket (external insulation)
Terminal 1 (-) Terminal 2 (+)
Extension
Grade
Red
White
dark-Brown
Black
Red
Yellow
dark-Brown
Yellow
Red
Blue
dark-Brown
Blue
Red
Purple
dark-Brown
Purple
Red
Brown
dark-Brown
Brown
Red
Black
Green
Red
Black
Green
Red
Black
Black
Figure 2.5.2 Thermocouple Wiring Hookup
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2.5.2. Two/Three/Four-Wire RTD The figures below show the input connections and input connector jumpers
Figure 2.5.3
Two-Wire RTD Hookup
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required to hookup a 2, 3 or 4-wire RTD.
The two-wire connection is the simplest method, but does not compensate for leadwire temperature change and often requires calibration to cancel lead-wire resistance
offset.
The three-wire connection works best with RTD leads closely equal in
resistance. The controller measures the RTD, plus upper and lower lead drop
voltage and then subtracts twice the measured drop in the lower supply current
lead producing excellent lead-resistance cancellation for balanced
measurements.
The four-wire RTD hookup is applicable to unbalanced lead resistance and
enables the controller to measure and subtract the lead voltage which produces
the best lead-resistance cancellation.When configuring your controller, select
RTD type and RTD value in the Input Type Menu (see part 3).
Three-Wire RTD Hookup
Four-Wire RTD Hookup
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2.5.3. Process Current
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The figure shows the wiring hookup for Process
Current 0 - 20 mA.
When configuring your controller, select
Process type in the Input Type menu
(see part 3).
Figure 2.5.4 Process Current Wiring Hookup
2.5.4. Process Voltage
The figure shows the wiring hookup for
Process Voltage 0 - .1 V, 0 - 1 V, or 0 -10 V.
When configuring your controller, select
Process type in the Input Type menu
(see part 3).
Figure 2.5.5 Process Voltage Wiring Hookup
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OPERATION: CONFIGURATION MODE
3.1 Introduction
The Controller has two different modes of operation. The first, Run Mode, is used to
display values for the process variable, setpoint value and to display or clear peak
and valley values. The other mode, Menu Configuration Mode, is used to navigate
through the menu options and configure the controller.
Part 3 of this manual will explain the Menu Configuration Mode. For your
controller to operate properly, the user must first "program" or configure the
menu options in the Menu Configuration Mode.
Turning Your Controller
On for the First Time
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The Controller becomes active as soon as it is connected to a power source. It has
no On or Off button. The Controller will at first flash reset on the PV and software
version number on the SV display, and then proceed to the Run Mode.
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Button
Function in Configuration Mode
MENU
To enter the Configuration Mode, the user must first press MENU. Use this button to
advance/navigate to the next setting. The first menu to appear will be "ID Code", if enabled. The user
can navigate through all the top level menus by pressing MENU. Selecting an ID of 0000 will allow you
to bypass the ID Menu using the MENU button.
/MAX
Press this button to scroll through "flashing" selections. When a numerical value is flashing, this button
will increase the active digit from "0" to "9". After "9" the display starts at "0" again. The most
significant digit may also show a "–" sign. In the Run Mode MAX causes the display to flash the PEAK press again to return to the PV value.
/MIN
Press this button to go back to a previous Top Level Menu item.
Press this button twice to reset the controller to the Run Mode.
When a numerical value is flashing, this button will scroll through the digits from left to right digit
allowing the user to select the desired digit to modify. In the Run Mode, MIN causes the display to flash
the VALLEY - press again to return to the PV value.
ENTER
Press this button to access the submenus from a Top Level Menu item. Also, press this button to store
a submenu selection or after entering a value — the display will flash a "stored" message to confirm
your selection. To reset flashing PEAK or VALLEY press ENTER. In the Run Mode, press ENTER
twice to enable Standby Mode with flashing "STBY".
NOTE:
Except for Setpoints and the Alarms, modifying any settings of the menu configuration will reset the
controller prior to resuming Run Mode.
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OPERATION: CONFIGURATION MODE
3.2 Menu Configuration: Modifying set points will not reset the controller
Figure 3.1 Flowchart for ID and Set Point Menus
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OPERATION: CONFIGURATION MODE
ID Number (if enabled)
Display
Action
Note ☞
3
It is recommended that you put the controller in the Standby Mode
for any configuration change other than setpoints & alarms
Response
SEE ID OPTION SUBMENU IN THE BREAK LOOP ALARM SECTION FOR ENABLE/DISABLE ID OPTION
Id
C0de
Press MENU
Press ENTER
ID. C D
____
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
ENTERING OR CHANGING YOUR (NON-DEFAULT) ID NUMBER
ID C 0DE" prompt appears.
1) Press MENU, if necessary, until "I
ID CD", if non-default ID code. If default ID code, the menu
2) Display advances to "I
will advance to CH.ID with default value i.e. 0000.
If the ID code is the default value i.e. 0000, press MENU again and the menu will skip the
Note ☞
ID code to Set Point Menu.
3) Press MAX to increase digit 0-9. Press MIN to activate next digit (flashing).
Continue to use MAX and MIN to enter your 4-digit ID code.
4) If the correct ID code is entered, the menu will display CH.ID, otherwise an error
message will be displayed and the controller will return to the Run Mode.
CK. I D
1234
Press MENU
or
Press MAX & MIN
5)
STRD
1234
Press ENTER
6)
Note ☞
SET PoNT" Menu.
To leave your ID code Unchanged, press MENU and advance to "S
To Change your ID code use the MAX and MIN buttons to enter a new ID code.
STRD" message and advances to the next menu "S
SET PoNT".
Display flashes "S
To prevent unauthorized tampering with the setup parameters, the controller provides protection by requiring the user to enter the ID code
before allowing access to subsequent menus. If the ID code entered does not match the ID code stored, the controller responds with an
error message and access to subsequent menus will be denied.
Use numbers that are easy for you to remember. If the ID code is forgotten or lost, call customer service with your serial number to reset the
default to "0000".
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Set Points (if ID Number Enabled)
Display
SET
PT
Action
Response
Press MENU
Press ENTER
SETPOINT 1
1) Press MENU, if necessary, until "SET PT" prompt appears.
2) Display advances to "SP1", Setpoint 1.
SP1
100. 5
Press MAX
Press MIN
STRD
100. 5
Press ENTER
SP2
210. 5
STRD
210. 5
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DISPLAY SHOWS PREVIOUS VALUE. 1ST DIGIT FLASHING.
4) Press MAX to increase digit 0-9.
5) Press MIN to activate next digit (flashing).
6) Continue to use MAX and MIN to enter your 4-digit Setpoint 1 value.
7)
Display flashes "STRD" message only if a change is made, otherwise press MENU to
advance to "SP2", Setpoint 2.
SETPOINT 2 : DISPLAY SHOWS PREVIOUS VALUE. 1ST DIGIT FLASHING.
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
9)
Use MAX and MIN buttons to enter your 4-digit Setpoint 2 value.
13) Display flashes "STRD" message and advances to “Swapping Setpoints” submenu.
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Setpoints cont.
Display
Action
Response
S1.o.1” AND CURRENT SETTING, “S
S1.o.1”
OUTPUT REDIRECTION: DISPLAY SHOWS “S
S1.o.2”
OR “S
S1.o.1
S1.o.1
S1.o1
. ” is selected, Setpoint 1 (and OUT 1 configuration) direct the control output at
When “S
label “Output 1” and Setpoint 2 (and OUT 2 configuration) direct the control output at label
S1.o2
. ” is selected , Setpoint 1 (and OUT 1 configuration) direct the control
“Output 2.” When “S
output at label “Output 2” and Setpoint 2 (and OUT 2 configuration) direct the control at label
“Output 1.”
Summary
Press MAX
Press ENTER
Note ☞
Setting
S1.o.1
Setpoint/Out/LED Output Label
1
1
2
2
S1.o.2
1
1
2
2
14) Press MAX to select the output option.
15) Press ENTER to make the selection or MENU to advance to “Input Type”.
Always put unit in stand-by before redirecting the outputs, and always perform a reset afterward to ensure proper
operation. With Analog Proportional output option, the following issues need to be considered when redirecting the
output: 1) Current (4-20 mA) output is disabled; 2) %Hi/Lo and SELF setting is moved to Out 2 configuration menu;
3) Control Type and Cycle Time appear in Out 1 and is associated with time proportional control at Output 2;
4) Control Type and Cycle Time setting in Out 2 is disregarded by Analog Proportional output.
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Set Points (if ID Number Disabled - default)
Display
125. 5
100. 5
Action
Press MENU
(1 time)
Press MAX
Press MIN
Press ENTER
125. 5
210. 5
Press MENU
(2 times)
125. 5
S1.o.1
Press MENU
(3 times)
Press MAX
Press ENTER
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Response
With ID number disabled and in Run Mode, pressing MENU one time advances the
controller to Setpoint 1 setting directly.
SET POINT 1
1) Press MENU once from Run Mode.
2) Display flashes the first digit of Setpoint 1.
3) Press MAX to set the digit, 0-9.
4) Press MIN to activate the next digit (flashing).
5) Repeat step 3 and 4 until all digits are set.
6) Controller stores new setting and returns to Run Mode.
SET
1)
2)
3)
POINT 2
Press MENU twice from Run Mode.
Display flashes the first digit of Setpoint 2.
Follow step 3 to 6 of Setpoint 1 to complete the setting.
OUTPUT REDIRECTION
1) Press MENU 3 times from Run Mode.
S1.o.1” in the SV window. (See previous page for more details.)
2) Display flashes “S
3) Press MAX to select the output option.
4) Press ENTER to make the selection or MENU to advance to “Input Type”.
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Figure 3.2 Flowchart for Input Type
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Input Type (Thermocouple)
Display
Action
Response
INPT
TYPE
Press MENU
Press ENTER
ENTER INPUT TYPE MENU:
1) Press MENU, if necessary, until "Inpt type" prompt appears.
. ", or "proc" (RTD, Thermocouple, Process), if the
2) Display flashes "rtd", "tc
tc stops flashing).
displayed input type is Tc, press MENU to skip to step 5 (t
INPT
t. c
Press MAX
Press ENTER
Press ENTER
INPT
J
Press MAX
Press ENTER
Note ☞
6)
7)
Scroll through the available thermocouple types to the selection of your choice.
Display flashes "strd" message and advances to the next menu Reading
Configuration.
Use the Input Type (Thermocouple) (RTD) or (Process) and verify your Dip Switch Setting (see section 2.4) and your
Electrical Installation (see section 2.5). See the following pages for (RTD) and (Process) menus.
Thermocouple Types:
Display:
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THERMOCOUPLE SUBMENU:
. " (flashing).
3) Press MAX to scroll to "tc
. " stops flashing.
4) Display flashes "stored" message and "tc
5) Display flashes previous thermocouple type selection. ie. "J" (see below for types).
( J,
K,
T,
E,
J CA
T
E
N,
N
DIN J,
R,
DNJ
R
S,
S
B,
B
C)
C
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Input Type (RTD)
Display
Action
Response
INPT
TYPE
Press MENU
Press ENTER
ENTER INPUT TYPE MENU:
1) Press MENU, if necessary, until "Inpt type" prompt appears.
. ", or "proc" (RTD, Thermocouple, Process), if the
2) Display flashes "rtd", "tc
rtd stops flashing).
displayed input type is RTD, press MENU to skip to step 5 (r
INPT
RTD
Press MAX
Press ENTER
Press ENTER
INPT
392. 2
Press MAX
Press ENTER
RTD SUBMENU:
3) Press MAX to scroll to "RTD" (flashing).
4) Display flashes "stored" message and "RTD" stops flashing
5) Display flashes previous RTD type selection ie. 392.2. (See below for RTD types.)
6)
7)
Scroll through the available RTD types to the selection of your choice:
Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "rtd valU".
RTD Types:
385, 392, Two, Three and Four-wire
Display:
392.2 392.3 392.4 385.2 385.3 385.4
Note ☞
Last digit indicates: 2, 3 or 4-wire input.
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Input Type (RTD Value)
Display
Action
Response
RTD
VALU
Press ENTER
RTD VALUE SUBMENU:
8) Press ENTER at "rtd valU" prompt to enter your RTD Value. Display flashes
previous RTD value selection ie. 100 _ (see below for RTD value selections)
RTD
100 _
STRD
100 _
Press MAX
9)
Press ENTER
10) Display flashes "stored" message and advances to "Reading Configuration".
RTD Values:
Display:
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All RTD’s may be:
100 ohm
500 ohm
100_
500_
Scroll through the available RTD Values to the selection of your choice:
1000 ohm
1000
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Input Type (Process)
Display
Action
Response
INPT
TYPE
Press MENU
Press ENTER
INPT
PRoc
Press MAX
Press ENTER
Press ENTER
Proc
0-10
Press MAX
Press ENTER
Note ☞
ENTER INPUT TYPE MENU:
1) Press MENU, if necessary, until "Inpt type" prompt appears.
. ", or "proc" (RTD, Thermocouple, Process), if the
2) Display flashes "rtd", "tc
proc stops flashing).
displayed input type is Process, press MENU to skip to step 5 (p
PROCESS SUBMENU:
3) Press MAX to scroll to "Proc" (flashing).
4) Display flashes "stored" message and "Proc" stops flashing.
5) Display flashes previous Process type selection. ie. "0-10" (See below for types.)
6)
7)
Scroll through the available Process types to the selection of your choice.
Display flashes "stored" message and advances to the next menu "Reading
Configuration".
Use the Input Type (Thermocouple) (RTD) or (Process) and verify your Dip Switch Setting (see section 2.4) and your Electrical Installation
(see section 2.5). See the previous pages for (RTD) and (Process) menus.
Process Types:
100mV
1V
10V
Display:
Natural Gain
Max Display
0-0.1
0-1.0
0-10
0-20
100 cts/mv
9999 @100 mv
10 cts/1mV
9999 @ 1V
1 ct/mV
9999 @ 10V
500 cts/mA
9999 @ 20 mA
Note ☞
0-20 mA
For 4-20 mA Input select 0-20 mA and adjust the Input Scale & Offset accordingly. To adjust 4-20 mA input. (See example under INPUT
Scale & Offset.)
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Figure 3.3 Flowchart for Reading Configuration
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Reading Configuration
Display
RDG
CNFG
DEC.
PT
DC. P T
FFF. F
Action
Press MENU
Press ENTER
Response
1)
2)
DECIMAL POINT SUBMENU:
Press ENTER
3)
Display flashes previous selection for decimal location.
Press MAX
4)
Press ENTER
5)
Scroll though the available selections and choose decimal location: FFFF. or FFF.F
(also F.FFF and FF.FF — if "Process" type was selected in the "Input Type" menu).
Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Temperature Unit".
Note ☞
TEMP
UNIT
teMp
%F
Press MENU, if necessary, until "Reading Configuration" prompt appears.
Display advances to "deC. pt" (Decimal Point).
Decimal point for Process input type is passive.
TEMPERATURE UNIT SUBMENU:
Press ENTER
6)
Display flashes previous Temperature Unit selection.
Press MAX
7)
Scroll though the available selections to the temperature unit of your choice: °F or °C.
Press ENTER
8)
Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Filter Constant".
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Reading Configuration cont.
Display
fltr
Cnst
Action
Response
FILTER CONSTANT SUBMENU:
Press ENTER
9) Display flashes previous selection for filter constant.
Press MAX
10) Scroll though the available selections: 0001, 0002, 0004, 0008, 0016, 0032,
0064, 0128. - Default is 0004
FLTR
0001
Press ENTER
11) Display flashes "stored" message only if change was made.
Note ☞
For PID control select filter value 0001-0004. A filter value of 2 is approximately equal
to 1 sec. RC low pass time constant.
If Process was selected in the "Input Type" menu the display will advance to
"Input SC & OFF", otherwise the display advances to the "Alarm 1" menu.
Note ☞
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The Filter Constant submenu allows the user to specify the number of readings stored in the digital averaging filter.
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Reading Configuration cont. (If process was selected)
Display
INPT
SC. 0 F
Action
Response
INPUT SCALE & OFFSET SUBMENU:
Press ENTER
. F" prompt. Display flashes 1st digit in submenu "IN 1"
12) Press enter at the "INPT SC0
Press MAX & MIN
RD 1
0000.
Press ENTER
IN 2
9999.
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
13) Use MAX and MIN buttons to enter "IN 1" value.
The "IN 1" value = min. input value * the natural gain.
Example: 4(mA) x 500 = 2000
14) Display advances to "RD 1" submenu.
15) Use MAX and MIN buttons to enter "RD 1" value.
IN 1” in terms of some meaningful engineering units
This value responds to “I
16) Display advances to "IN 2" submenu.
The "IN 2" value = max. input value * the natural gain.
Example: 20(mA) x 500 = 10000 (9999)
17) Use MAX and MIN buttons to enter "IN 2" value.
18) Display advances to "RD 2" submenu.
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
19) Use MAX and MIN buttons to enter "RD 2" value.
20) Display flashes "stored" message and advances to "Alar 1" menu.
IN 1
2000.
RD 2
0100.
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Note ☞
This submenu allows the user to scale the meter when in Process Mode and the
above display value is an example for 4-20 mA input (4 to 20 mA = 0000 to 0100%).
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Modifying Alarm settings will not reset the controller
Figure 3.4 Flowchart for Alarm 1 and Alarm 2
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Alarm 1
Display
Action
Response
ALAR
1
Press MENU
Press ENTER
ALR. 1
ENBL
Press MAX
Press ENTER
ALARM 1 ENABLE/DISABLE SUBMENU:
3) Display flashes previous selection. Press MAX until "Enbl" displays to use Alarm 1.
4) Display flashes "strd" message only if it was changed, otherwise press MENU to
advance to "Control Type" submenu.
ALR. 1
ABSo
Press MAX
Press ENTER
CONTROL TYPE SUBMENU:
5) Display flashes previous selection. Press MAX to "ABS o " or "Dev."
6) Display flashes "strd" message only if it was changed, otherwise press MENU to
advance to "Alarm 1 Latch" submenu.
Note ☞
1) Press MENU, if necessary, until "Alar 1" prompt appears.
2) Display advances to "Alar.1 enbl" or "dsbl" submenu.
Absolute Mode allows Alarm 1 to function independently from Setpoint 1. If the process being monitored does not change
often, then "Absolute" Mode is recommended.
Deviation Mode allows changes to Setpoint 1 to be made automatically to Alarm 1. Deviation Mode is typically the ideal mode
if the process temperature changes often. In Deviation Mode, set Alarm 1 a certain number of degrees or counts away from
Setpoint 1 — this relation remains fixed even if Setpoint 1 is changed.
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Alarm 1 cont.
Display
Action
Response
ALR. 1
LTCH
Press MAX
Press ENTER
ALARM LATCHED OR UNLATCHED SUBMENU:
7) Display flashes previous selection. Press MAX to Latched or Unlatched.
8) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Contact Closure" submenu.
ALR. 1
N. o .
Press MAX
ALR. 1
ABoV
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
Above:
Below:
Hi/Low:
Band:
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CONTACT CLOSURE SUBMENU:
9) Display flashes previous selection.
n.c.) or Normally Open (n
n.o.).
Press MAX to Normally Closed (n
10) Display flashes "strd" message only if it was changed, otherwise press MENU to
advance to "Alarm 1 Setup” submenu.
ALARM 1 SETUP SUBMENU:
13) Display flashes previous selection. Press MAX to scroll through the available
selections: Above, Below, HI/Low and Band (Band is active if "Deviation" was
selected).
14) Display flashes "strd" message only if it was changed, otherwise press MENU to
advance to "Alarm 1 Low Value" submenu.
Alarm 1 condition triggered when the process variable is greater than the Alarm Hi Value. (Lo value ignored)
Alarm 1 condition triggered when the process variable is less than the Alarm Low Value. (Hi value ignored)
Alarm 1 condition triggered when the process variable is less than the Alarm Low Value or above the Hi Value.
Alarm 1 condition triggered when the process variable is above or below the "Band" set around Setpoint 1. Band equals
Hi Value (Lo Value ignored). A "Band" is set around the Setpoint 1 by the controller only in the "Deviation" Mode.
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Alarm 1 cont.
Display
A. P . o N
ENBL
Action
Press MAX
Press ENTER
Response
ALARMS ENABLE/DISABLE AT POWER ON:
11) Display flashes previous selection. Press MAX to enable or disable.
If the alarm is enabled at Power On, the alarm will be active right after reset. If the alarm is
Note ☞ disabled at Power On, the alarm will become enabled when the process value enters the
non alarm area. The alarm is not active while the Process value is approaching Setpoint 1.
12) Display flashes "Stored" message only if it was changed, otherwise press MENU to
advance to the "Alarm 1 Low Value" submenu.
AL1. L
0762
ALARM 1 LOW VALUE SUBMENU:
Press MAX & MIN
15) Display flashes 1st digit of previous value. Use MAX and MIN to enter new value.
Press ENTER
16) Display flashes "strd" message, only if it was changed, otherwise press MENU to
advance to "Alarm 1 HI Value" submenu.
AL1. H
2722
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
Note ☞
ALARM 1 HI VALUE SUBMENU:
17) Display flashes 1st digit of previous value. Use MAX and MIN to enter new value.
18) Display flashes "strd" message only if it was changed, otherwise press MENU to
advances to "Alarm 2" submenu.
Latched Mode: Relay remains "latched" until reset. To reset a latched alarm, put unit into “Stand-by” Mode by pressing the ENTER
button twice. Then, enter back into Run Mode by pressing the ENTER button a third time and alarm will be de-energized.
Unlatched Mode: Relay remains latched only as long as the alarm condition is true.
Normally Closed:"Fail Safe" Mode, relay is energized under "normal" conditions and becomes de-energized during alarm or power failure.
Normally Open: If this feature is selected, then the relay is "energized" only when an alarm condition occurs.
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Alarm 2
Display
Action
Response
ALAR
2
Press MENU
Press ENTER
NoT _
INST
Press MENU
IF ALARM 2 IS NOT INSTALLED, THE CONTROLLER WILL SHOW "NOT INSTALLED"
Press MENU, if you receive the "not installed" message and advance to the "Loop
Break" menu.
ALR. 2
ENBL
Press MAX
Press ENTER
ALARM 2 ENABLE/DISABLE SUBMENU:
3) Display flashes previous selection. Press MAX until "Enbl" displays to use Alarm 2.
4) Display flashes "strd" message only if it was changed, otherwise press MENU to
advance to "Control Type" submenu.
Note ☞
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1) Press MENU, if necessary, until "Alar 2" display appears.
2) Display advances to "Alarm 2 Enable/Disable" submenu.
The remaining Alarm 2 is identical to Alarm 1 i.e. previous two pages.
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Figure 3.5 Flowchart for Loop Break
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Loop Break Alarm
Display
Action
L00P
BR. A L
Press MENU
Press ENTER
L. B . A L
ENBL
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
Note ☞
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Response
1) Press MENU, if necessary, until the "Loop Break" prompt appears.
2) Display advances to "Loop Break Enable/Disable" submenu.
LOOP BREAK ENABLE/DISABLE SUBMENU:
3) Display flashes "enbl" or "dsbl".
enbl) or Disable (d
dsbl).
4) Scroll through the available selections: Enable (e
5) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Loop Value" menu.
Loop Break is an additional safety feature intended to monitor the rate of change of the process value, while approaching
the SPI. It is strictly intended as an additional warning system, therefore its use is entirely optional. An active Loop Break
will cause the setpoint digits to blink in a rotating pattern. If the process value reaches the setpoint the blinking will stop
and Loop brA1 is completed successfully, otherwise Loop brA1 will flash and will activate Alr1.
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Loop Break Alarm cont.
Display
Action
Response
L. B . A L
00. 1 7
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
LOOP BREAK ALARM VALUE SUBMENU:
6) Display flashes 1st digit of previous loop value.
7) Press MAX and MIN buttons to enter a new "Loop Value".
8) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "CJ Temperature Adjust" Menu.
T. A DJ
006. 7
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
TEMPERATURE ADJUST SUBMENU:
9) Display flashes 1st digit of previous temperature adjust value.
10) Press MAX and MIN buttons to enter a new "Temperature Adjust" value.
11) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "ID Option" submenu.
Note ☞
Loop Break Alarm Value allows the user to determine the time interval in MM:SS (from zero to 99 minutes and
59 seconds) that the process value changes 10 counts or if the input type is either RTD or Thermocouple, the value would
be 4°Fahrenheit or 2°Celsius. At the specified time interval, if the process value change is less than the stated rate
flashing, "L.B.AL" will be displayed, the output "1" will be de-energized, and Alarm 1 energized. Loop Break Alarm will be
disabled when the process value (PV) enters the control band.
Display Offset Adjust allows the user to fine tune a minor error of the transducer, however some applications may require a
large offset adjust. (Displayed Process Value = Measured Process Value ± t.A.dJ). t.A.dJ is adjustable between -1999 to 9999.
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Loop Break Alarm cont.
Display
ID
DSBL
Note ☞
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Action
Response
Press MAX
Press ENTER
ID CODE OPTION SUBMENU
12) Display flashes current status of ID Option, enabled or disabled.
13) Press MAX button to select between Enable and Disable.
strd” and advances to “Output 1.”
14) Display flashes “s
With ID Code Option disabled, the ID Number submenu is hidden. Refer to the appropriate setpoints section for setting
differences.
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Figure 3.6 Flowchart for Output 1
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Output 1
Display
oUT
1
SELF
DSBL
Note ☞
Action
Press MENU
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
Response
1) Press MENU, if necessary, until the "out 1" prompt appears.
2) Display advances to “Self” submenu.
SELF SUBMENU
The Self Option allows the output of the controller to be controlled manually from the front panel.
3) Display flashes the current setting of Self, enabled or disabled.
4) Press the MAX button to select between Enable and Disable.
5) If Self enable was selected, Output 1 setting is completed and the display advances to
the next menu.
The output is now under the direct control of the operator and can be adjusted in the run mode, by pressing the MAX and|
MIN buttons. The control value (0 - 99), now displayed in the SV window indicate, approximately in percent, the output. For
example, a setting of 0050 of an analog output of 0~10 Vdc would produce roughly 5 Vdc at the output. Also, to insure
smooth transition when switching to self mode, the proportional control output is left in its last value, when Self Mode is
activated for the first time.
6) Display advances to the “Minimum/Percent Low” submenu, if Self is disabled.
MINIMUM/PERCENT LOW SUBMENU
Specify in percent, the minimum value (0000) for control output. If the output is analog, then
the minimum voltage or current, in percent, is specified. If the output is time proportional,
then the minimum duty-cycle, in percent, is specified.
%
% L0
0000
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Press MIN & MAX
Press ENTER
7) Display shows “% % L 0 ”, and flashes the 10s digit of the current “Percent Low” setting.
8) Use MAX & MIN buttons to enter a new value for “Percent Low”.
9) Press ENTER to store the current setting and to advance to Maximum/Percent High.
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Output 1 cont.
Display
Action
Response
MAXIMUM/PERCENT HIGH SUBMENU
Specify in percent, the maximum value (0099) for control output. If the output is analog,
then the maximum voltage or current, in percent, is specified. If the output is time
proportional, then the maximum duty-cycle, in percent, is specified.
% % XI
0099
Press MIN & MAX
Press ENTER
10) Display shows “% % xi ” and flashes the 10s digit of the current Percent Low setting.
11) Use MAX & MIN buttons to enter a new value for Percent Low.
12) Press ENTER to store the current setting and to advance to *Control Type submenu.
Example: On an analog output of 0~10 Vdc, a setting of %LO = 10 and %HI = 90, cause the minimum on the control output to be 1 V
and the maximum on the control output to be 9 V. The same setting on a time proportional output, will cause 10% duty
cycle for the minimum control output and 90% duty cycle for the maximum control output. To disable %LO/HI, set LO to 00
and HI to 99. If %LO/HI is at other values than the default (%LO = 00, %H I= 99), “Soak” is disabled.
CTRL
TYPE
CTRL
PID
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
Note ☞
*CONTROL TYPE SUBMENU: (Relay, SSR or Pulse Option)
13) Display flashes "0n . 0f" or "Pid".
14) Scroll through the available selections: ON/OFF or PID.
15) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Action Type" submenu.
The ON/OFF control is a coarse way of controlling the process. The "Dead Band" improves the cycling
associated with the On/Off control. The PID control is best for processes where the setpoint is continuously
changing and/or a tight control of the process variable is required. PID control requires tuning and adjustment
of the "Proportional", "Integral or Reset" and "Derivative or Rate" terms by a trial-and-error method. The
Controller provides an "Auto Tuning" feature making the tuning process automatic, possibly optimum.
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Output 1 cont.
Display
4-20
CURR
Action
*If Current/Voltage is your analog control output 1, this menu i.e. ctrL type will not appear, instead 4-20/Curr will be
displayed. Select "Enbl" for a 4-20 mA (2-10 V) output or "dsbl" for a 0-20 mA (0-10 V) output. If 4-20 mA is
enabled, %HI/LO setting will have no effect.
Note ☞
ACTN
TYPE
ACTN
DRCT
Note ☞
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Response
Both Current and Voltage control outputs are active simultaneously.
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
ACTION TYPE SUBMENU:
16) Display flashes "drCt" or "rvrs".
17) Scroll through the available selections: Direct or Reverse.
18) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Auto PID" submenu.
If "ON/OFF" was selected in the Control Type, the display skips to the "Dead Band"
submenu.
The error that results from the measurement of the process variable may be positive or negative since it may be greater or
smaller than the set point. If a positive error should cause the controller output to increase (i.e. cooling), it would be called
Direct Acting. If a negative error should cause the output to increase (i.e. heating), it would be called Reverse Acting.
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Output 1 cont.
Display
AUTO
PID
Action
Response
Press ENTER
Press MAX
AUTO PID SUBMENU:
19) Display flashes "enbl" or "dsbl".
20) Scroll through the available selections: Enable or Disable.
If "Enabled", the controller can determine, by enabling Start PID, the optimum values
for the three adjustments — Proportional, Reset and Rate corresponding to P, I, and
D. These values may be changed once the auto tuning is complete. If "Disabled" is
selected, the user will manually enter these three adjustment values. If you want the
controller to do the auto PID and the P, PI or PID, first select auto disable and enter
0000 for the unwanted parameter. e.g. for PI enter 0000 for the rate.
AUTO
ENBL
Press ENTER
ADPT
C TRL
Press ENTER
Press MAX
21) Display flashes "stored" message and advances to "Adaptive Control" submenu.
*ADAPTIVE CONTROL SUBMENU: * (NOT INSTALLED)
22) Display flashes "enbl" or "dsbl".
23) Scroll through the available selections: Enable or Disable.
If "Enabled", the Adaptive Tuning dynamically changes and updates the P, I, and D
parameters for optimum control. The adaptive tuning is useful when the load
continuously changes thereby requiring new values for P, I, and D.
ADPT
ENBL
Press ENTER
24) Display flashes "stored" message and advances to "Anti Integral" submenu.
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Output 1 cont.
Display
ANTI
I NTG
Action
Response
Press ENTER
Press MAX
ANTI INTEGRAL SUBMENU:
25) Display flashes "enbl" or "dsbl".
26) Scroll through the available selections: Enable or Disable.
If "Enabled", this feature allows the error term outside the proportional band to be
calculated and accumulated for integration. This may be an important feature in
applications where fast response time is desirable.
ANTI
ENBL
Press ENTER
STRT
PID
STRT
ENBL
Note ☞
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Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
27) Display flashes "stored" message and advances to "Proportional Band" submenu if
Auto PID was disabled, otherwise it will go to "Start PID".
START AUTO TUNE PID:
28) Display flashes "enbl" or "dsbl".
29) Scroll through the available selections: Enable or Disable.
If "Enabled", the controller is ready to calculate P, PI or PID parameters. The
setpoints must be at least 20°F or 11°C above the (PV) Process Value in order to
perform autotune, otherwise an error message will be displayed.
30) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to the “Cycle Time” submenu.
To start Auto Tune PlD select PID, enable Auto PID and enable Start PID. Sometimes Auto PID parameter needs fine tuning i.e.
for each 5°F over shoot increase the Proportional Band (PB) by 15% and for each ±1°F fluctuation at the Setpoint (SP) increase
reset by 20%. Once started, display shows “A.tun” with the letters blinking in the rotating pattern. Do not perform any
operations or settings before first stopping Auto Tune. Any alarms or other output is disabled during Auto Tune.
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Output 1 cont.
Display
Action
Response
If "AUTO TUNE PID" was "DISABLED", the display will show the following three
submenus so the user may manually enter values for Proportional, Reset and Rate
terms corresponding to P, I, and D. It also can be used for auto PID for disabling
unwanted parameters e. g. PI, enter 0000 for rate:
PROP
BAND
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
PROPORTIONAL BAND SUBMENU:
28) Display flashes 1st digit of the previous P "Proportional Band" value.
29) Press MAX and MIN buttons to enter a new "Proportional Band" value.
30) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Reset Setup" submenu.
NOTE: Proportional band is in degrees of temperature or counts of process.
REST
STUP
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
RESET SETUP SUBMENU:
31) Display flashes 1st digit of the previous I "Reset" value.
32) Press MAX and MIN buttons to enter a new "Reset" value.
33) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Rate Setup" menu.
NOTE: Reset unit is in seconds 0-3999.
RATE
STUP
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
RATE
34)
35)
36)
SETUP SUBMENU:
Display flashes 1st digit of previous D "Rate" value.
Press MAX and MIN buttons to enter a new "Rate" value.
Display flashes "strd" message and advances to the "Cycle Time" submenu for
RTD and Thermocouple types. If the Output 1 is analog option the display skips
to "Damping Factor".
NOTE: Rate unit is in seconds 000.0-399.9.
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Output 1 cont.
Display
CYCL
TIME
CYCL
0010
Note ☞
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Action
Response
Press ENTER
CYCLE TIME SUBMENU:
37) Display flashes 1st digit of the previous "Cycle Time" value.
Press MAX & MIN
38) Press MAX and MIN buttons to enter a new "Cycle Time" value. (1 to 199 seconds).
Press ENTER
39) Display flashes "stored" message and advances to "Damping Factor" submenu.
A Cycle Time selected between 1 and 199 seconds determines the total On/Off time of each proportional cycle. For example,
a 15 second Cycle Time means that every 15 seconds the output will turn on for part or all of the cycle. For Relay control
outputs, do not select a cycle time of less than 7 seconds or the relays life time will be shortened. For a Cycle Time of less
than 7 seconds select SSR or DC pulse. Use an external SSR with the DC pulse option for higher currents (higher than 1 Amp).
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Output 1 cont.
Display
DPNG
FCTR
DPNG
0001
Note ☞
Action
Response
Press ENTER
DAMPING FACTOR SUBMENU:
40) Display flashes the previous "Damping Factor" selection.
Press MAX
Press ENTER
41) Scroll through the available selections: 0000, 0001, 0002, 0003, 0004, 0005,
0006, 0007, 0008 - Default is 0003.
42) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to the "Output 2" menu.
Damping Factor is a measure of speed, overshoot, and undershoot in which the process variable responds to the output
changes of the controller, which were used during the Auto Tune. This value is typically set to the ratio of Rate to Reset.
This Default value is (0003). For fast response time, this value should be decreased while for slow response time it should
be increased.
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Output 1 cont.
Display
DEAD
BAND
DEAD
006. 7
Note ☞
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Action
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
Response
The "Dead Band" submenu will only appear if the "On/Off" was selected from the
"Control Type" menu.
DEADBAND SUBMENU:
43) Display flashes 1st digit of the previous "Dead Band" value.
44) Press MAX and MIN buttons to enter a new "Dead Band" value
45) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to the "Output 2" menu.
Note ☞
Dead Band units are the degree of temperature or counts of process.
The Dead Band or neutral zone is the number of degrees or counts (if input type is process) around the setpoint which the
process variable must pass above or below the setpoint, before the output changes state.
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Figure 3.7 Flowchart for Output 2
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Output 2
Display
Action
oUT
2
Press MENU
Press ENTER
NoT _
INST
Press MENU
CTRL
TYPE
Press ENTER
Press MAX
CTRL
PID
Press ENTER
Note ☞
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Response
1) Press MENU, if necessary, until the "out 2" prompt appears.
2) Display advances to "Control Type" submenu.
IF OUTPUT 2 IS NOT INSTALLED, THE CONTROLLER WILL SHOW "NOT INSTALLED"
Press MENU, if the "not installed" message is displayed, advance to the "Ramp & Soak"
submenu.
CONTROL TYPE SUBMENU:
3) Display flashes "0n . 0f" or "PId".
4) Scroll through the available selections: 0n . 0f or PId.
5) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Action Type" submenu.
The ON/OFF control is a coarse way of controlling the process. The "Dead Band" improves the cycling associated with the
On/Off control. The PID control is best for processes where the set point is continuously changing and/or tight control of the
process variable is required.
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Output 2 cont.
Display
ACTN
TYPE
ACTN
DRCT
Note ☞
Action
Response
Press ENTER
ACTION TYPE SUBMENU:
6) Display flashes "dr Ct" or "rUrs".
Press MAX
Press ENTER
7) Scroll through the available selections: Direct or Reverse.
8) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Auto PID" submenu.
If "ON/OFF" was selected in the Control Type, the display skips to the "Deadband"
submenu.
The error that results from the measurement of the process variable may be positive or negative since it may be greater or
smaller than the set point. If a positive error should cause the controller output to increase (i.e. cooling), it would be called
Direct Acting. If a negative error should cause the output to increase (i.e. heating), it would be called Reverse Acting.
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Output 2 cont.
Display
Action
Response
AUTO
PID
Press ENTER
Press MAX
AUTO PID SUBMENU:
9) Display flashes "enbl" or "dsbl".
10) Scroll through the available selections: Enable or Disable.
AUTO
ENBL
Press ENTER
If "Enabled", the PID parameter of Output 1 will be copied to Output 2.
11) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to the next submenu —
If "Auto PID" was "Enabled", the display skips to the "Cycle Time" submenu.
If "Auto PID" was "Disabled", the display will show the "Proportional Band"
submenu allowing the user to manually enter the Proportional Band value.
Note ☞
PROP
BAND
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
PROPORTIONAL BAND SUBMENU:
12) Display flashes 1st digit of the previous "Proportional Band" value.
13) Press MAX and MIN buttons to enter a new "Proportional Band" value.
14) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to the "Cycle Time" submenu.
Note ☞
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The Reset and Rate value are the same as Output 1.
Refer to Proportional Band, submenu of Output 1 Menu.
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Output 2 cont.
Display
CYCL
Action
Response
Press ENTER
CYCLE TIME SUBMENU:
15) Display flashes 1st digit of the previous "Cycle Time" value.
TIME
CYCL
0010
Note ☞
Press MAX & MIN
16) Press MAX and MIN buttons to enter a new "Cycle Time" value. (1 to 199 seconds).
Press ENTER
17) Display flashes "stored" message and advances to "Ramp & Soak" Menu.
A Cycle Time selected between 1 to 199 seconds indicates the total On/Off time of each proportional cycle. For example, a
15 second Cycle Time means that every 15 seconds the output will turn on for part or all of the cycle. For Relay control
outputs, do not select a cycle time of less than 7 seconds or the relays life time will be shortened. For a cycle time of less
than 7 seconds select SSR or DC pulse. Use an external SSR with the DC pulse option for higher current (higher than 1 Amp).
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Output 2 cont.
Display
DEAD
BAND
DEAD
006. 7
Note ☞
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Action
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
Response
The "Dead Band" submenu will only appear if the "On/Off" was selected from the
"Control Type" menu.
DEAD BAND SUBMENU:
18) Display flashes 1st digit of the previous "Dead Band" value.
19) Press MAX and MIN buttons to enter a new "Dead Band" value.
20) Display flashes "stored" message and advances to the "Ramp Value" menu.
Note ☞
Refer to Dead Band submenu of Output 1 Menu.
The Dead Band is the number of degrees or counts around the setpoint which the process variable must pass through
before the output changes state.
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Figure 3.8 Flowchart for Ramp & Soak
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Ramp & Soak
Display
Action
Response
1) Press MENU, if necessary, until the "raMp soac" prompt appears.
2) Display advances to "Ramp Enable/Disable" submenu.
RAMp
SoAc
Press MENU
Press ENTER
RAMp
ENBL
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
RAMP ENABLE/DISABLE SUBMENU:
3) Display flashes "enbl" or "dsbl".
4) Scroll through the available selections: Enable or Disable.
5) * Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Soak Enable/Disable" submenu.
SoAc
ENBL
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
SOAK
6)
7)
8)
ENABLE/DISABLE SUBMENU:
Display flashes "enbl" or "dsbl".
Scroll through the available selections: Enable or Disable.
Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Ramp Value" submenu.
Ramp & Soak provides users with the flexibility to slowly bring the process variable to the desired set point. Ramp & Soak Values
are specified in HH.MM format. The Ramp Value indicates the time specified to bring the process variable to Setpoint 1. Once
setpoint is reached, the PID takes over and the process variable will be controlled at the desired setpoint indefinitely. If Soak is
enabled, PID will control the process variable at the specified setpoint for the duration of soak time and then will turn off Output 1.
To start a new ramp/soak cycle, reset the controller by pressing MENU and then MIN button.An active ramp/soak will change SP1
one degree above the PV and will cause the most significant digit to blink. The SP1 will be incremented by one degree until it
reaches the original SP1. The minimum ramp time must be at least twice the time that it will take the PV to reach the SV with OUT1
fully ON.
* NOTE: If “Ramp” Disable was selected, the display skips “Soak” submenu to the next menu item.
Note ☞
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Ramp & Soak cont.
Display
Action
Response
RAMp
05. 6 7
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
RAMP VALUE SUBMENU:
9) Display flashes 1st digit of previous "raMp" value.
10) Press MAX and MIN buttons to enter a new "raMp" value.
11) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Soak Value" submenu.
SoAc
05. 6 7
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
SOAK
9)
10)
11)
Note ☞
VALUE SUBMENU:
Display flashes 1st digit of previous "Soak" value.
Press MAX and MIN buttons to enter a new "Soak" value.
Display flashes "strd" message and advances to the "Analog Output".
The Ramp & Soak time is 00:00 to 99:59 i.e. HH.MM.(from zero to 99 hours and 59 minutes)
During Ramp & Soak do not perform any operations or settings before first pressing MENU and MIN buttons or
using software disable Ramp. Any alarms or other output are disabled during this time.
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3.3 Available Options
The Controller may be ordered with one of the three following options:
1) Analog Output: This option provides additional flexibility to transmit the
equivalent value of process variable to other devices using a 4 to 20 mA current
loop or 0-10 V signal.
2) Communication Option: This option makes the controller a very powerful
instrument providing the user with even greater capability since all the
parameters can be transmitted via a personal computer.
3) Remote Setpoint: One of the three already stored setpoints can be activated.
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Analog Output Option
Figure 3.9 Flowchart for Analog Output Option
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Analog Output Option cont.
Display
ANLG
0UT
NoT _
INST
ANLG
VOLT
62
Action
Press MENU
Press ENTER
Press MENU
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
Response
1) Press MENU, if necessary, until the "A N L G O UT " prompt appears.
2) Display advances to "Analog Type" submenu.
IF THE ANALOG OUTPUT OPTION IS NOT INSTALLED, THE CONTROLLER WILL
SHOW "NoT_INST"
Press MENU, if you receive the "Not Installed" message and advance to the
"Communication" submenu.
ANALOG RETRANSMISSION TYPE SUBMENU:
3) Display flashes "v0lt" or "CUrr".
4) Scroll through the available selections: Volt or Current.
5) Display flashes "stored" message and advances to "Reading 1" of the Output
Reading submenu.
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Analog Output Option cont.
Display
Action
Response
RD 1
0000
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
READING 1
6) Display flashes 1st digit of previous “Reading 1” value.
7) Enter "Reading 1" value.
oUt1".
8) Display advances to "o
o UT. 1
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
OUT 1
9) Display flashes 1st digit of previous “Out 1” value.
10) Enter "Out 1" value.
11) Display advances to "Reading 2".
RD 2
9999
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
READING 2
12) Display flashes 1st digit of previous “Reading 2” value.
13) Enter "Reading 2" value.
out.2".
14) Display advances to "o
o UT. 2
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
00. 0 0
10. 0 0
OUT 2
15) Display flashes 1st digit of previous “Out 2” value.
16) Enter "Out 2" value.
17) Display advances to the "Communication Option" menu.
The above example is for 0-10 of the entire range of the process input and analog
Note ☞
output. For 0-20 mA output all you need is to set “Out 2” to 20.00.
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Communication Option
Figure 3.10 Flowchart for Communication Option
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Communication Option cont.
Display
COM7
OPTN
NoT _
INST
COM7
PARA
BAUD
300 _
Action
Press MENU
Press ENTER
Press MENU
Response
1)
2)
Press MENU, if necessary, until the "C O M 7 O P T N " prompt appears.
Display advances to “Communication Parameters" submenu.
IF THE COMMUNICATION OPTION IS NOT INSTALLED, THE CONTROLLER WILL
SHOW "NoT_INST"
Press MENU, if you receive the "Not Installed" message and advance to the "Remote
Setpoint" menu.
COMMUNICATION PARAMETERS SUBMENU:
Display shows "Communication Parameters" prompt.
Press ENTER
3)
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
BAUD
4)
5)
6)
Display advances to "BAUD" submenu.
SUBMENU:
Display flashes previous selection for "BAUD" value.
Scroll through the available selections: 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19.2K.
Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Parity" submenu.
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Communication Option cont.
Display
Action
Response
PRTY
EVEN
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
PARITY SUBMENU:
7) Display flashes previous selection for "Parity".
8) Scroll through the available selections: NO, ODD, EVEN.
9) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Data Bit" submenu.
DATA
7BIT
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
DATA BIT SUBMENU:
7) Display flashes previous selection for "Data Bit".
8) Scroll through the available selections: 7 BIT, 8 BIT.
9) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Stop Bit" submenu.
STOP
1BIT
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
STOP BIT SUBMENU:
7) Display flashes previous selection for "Stop Bit".
8) Scroll through the available selections: 1 BIT, 2 BIT.
9) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "BUS FORMAT" submenu.
_ BUS
FRMT
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BUS FORMAT SUBMENU:
Display shows "bus frMt" prompt.
Press ENTER
10) Display advances to "Check Sum" submenu.
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Communication Option cont.
Display
Action
Response
C. S UM
_ yes
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
CHECK SUM SUBMENU:
11) Display flashes previous selection for "Check Sum".
12) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
13) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Line Feed" submenu.
_ LF _
_ No _
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
LINE FEED SUBMENU:
14) Display flashes previous selection for "Line Feed".
15) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
16) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "ECHO" submenu.
ECKO
_ YES
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
ECHO
17)
18)
19)
STND
485 _
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
STANDARD SUBMENU:
20) Display flashes previous selection for "Standard".
21) Scroll through the available selections: 232C, 485.
22) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Mode" submenu.
Note ☞
SUBMENU:
Display flashes previous selection for "ECHO".
Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Standard" submenu.
By setting stardard to 485, the device will only respond to commands to its serial port that include the address, as
selected on the following pages. (Transmit Time Section)
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Communication Option cont.
Display
Action
Response
MoDE
CMD _
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
MODE
23)
24)
25)
SEPR
SPCE
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
SEPARATION SUBMENU:
26) Display flashes previous selection for "Separation".
27) Scroll through the available selections: SPCE, CR (space, carriage return).
28) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Data Format" submenu.
Press ENTER
DATA FORMAT SUBMENU:
Display shows "data frMt" prompt. This menu is applicable for continuous mode of
RS-232 communication.
32) Display advances to "Status" submenu.
DATA
FRMT
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SUBMENU:
Display flashes previous selection for "Mode".
Scroll through the available selections: CMND, CONT (command, continuous).
Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Separation" submenu.
The Data Format options determine what readings and values will be returned in the data string sent from the unit either when
operating in Continuous Mode or when receiving a Send-Data-String request via the serial port.
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Communication Option cont.
Display
Action
Response
STAT
_ YES
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
STATUS SUBMENU:
33) Display flashes previous selection for "Status" (alarm status).
34) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
35) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Reading" submenu.
RDNG
_ YES
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
READING SUBMENU:
36) Display flashes previous selection for "Reading".
37) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
38) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Peak" submenu.
PEAI_ YES
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
PEAK
39)
40)
41)
VALY
_ YES
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
VALLEY SUBMENU:
42) Display flashes previous selection for "Valley".
43) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
44) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Unit" submenu.
SUBMENU:
Display flashes previous selection for "Peak".
Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Valley" submenu.
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Communication Option cont.
Display
Action
Response
UNIT
_ YES
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
UNIT SUBMENU:
45) Display flashes previous selection for "Unit".
46) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
47) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "ID" submenu.
ID
_ no _
Press ENTER
Press MAX
Press ENTER
ID SUBMENU: NOT INSTALLED
48) Display flashes previous selection for "ID".
49) Scroll through the available selections: NO, YES.
50) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Address Setup" submenu.
Press ENTER
ADDRESS SETUP SUBMENU: .
Display shows "addr st.up" prompt. This menu is applicable to the RS-485 option only.
51) Display advances to "Address Value" (0000 to 0199) submenu.
ADDR
ST. U P
ADDR
0000
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Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
ADDRESS VALUE SUBMENU:
52) Display flashes 1st digit of previous address value.
53) Enter new address value.
54) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Transmit Time" submenu.
If no change press “Menu” to go on.
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Display
Action
TRANSMIT TIME SUBMENU:
Display shows "tr.ti st.up" prompt. This menu is applicable if Continuous Mode was
selected.
TR. T I
ST. U P
Press ENTER
TR. T I
0030
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
Note ☞
Response
55) Display advances to "Transmit Time Value" submenu.
TRANSMIT TIME VALUE SUBMENU:
56) Display flashes 1st digit of previous transmit time in seconds.
57) Enter new transmit time, e.g. 0030 will send every 30 seconds the data in
Continuous Mode.
58) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Remote Setpoint" menu.
If no change press “Menu” to go on.
Transmit time can be set from 0 to 9999.
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COMMUNICATION COMMANDS (Table 3.1)
Command Prefix
(Command Class)
^AE
P (Put)
W (Write)
G (Get)
R (Read)
U
V
X
D
E
Z
Meaning
Special read, Communication parameters
Write HEX data into RAM
Write HEX data into EEPROM. 1,000,000 writes to EEPROM is guaranteed!
Read HEX data from RAM
Read HEX data from EEPROM
Read status byte
Read measurement data string in decimal format
Read measurement data values in decimal format
Disable
Enable
Reset
Command Formats
For “P” and “W”
Command Classes:
Point-to-point mode: * ccc [<data>] <CR>
Multipoint mode: * nnccc [<data>] <CR>
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For “G” and “R”
Command Classes:
Point-to-point mode: * ccc <CR>
Multipoint mode: * nnccc <CR>
For “X”, “V”, “U”, “D”, “E”
and “Z” Command Classes:
Point-to-point mode: * ccc <CR>
Multipoint mode: * nnccc <CR>
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Command Formats cont.
Where "*" is the selected Recognition Character. You may select any ASCII table symbol from "!" (HEX address "21")
to the right-hand brace (HEX "7D") except for the caret "^", "A", "E", which are reserved for bus format request. "(nn)"
are the two ASCII characters for the device Bus Address. Use values from "00" to hex "C7" (199 decimal).
"ccc" stands for the hex-ASCII Command Class letter (one of eleven given in table 3.12), followed by the two HexASCII Command Suffix characters identifying the meter data, features or menu items to which the command is directed
(given in table 3.13).
"<data>" is the string of characters containing the variable information the computer is sending to the meter. These
data (whether BCD or binary) are encoded into Hex-ASCII characters, two characters to the byte. Square brackets
(indicating optional status) enclose this <data> string, since some commands contain no data.
"<nn>" is the device address for RS-485 communication and the max is 199 in decimal.
Examples:
1. To reset the controller, send *Z02 (Table 3.1)
2. To read Setpoint 1, send *R01 (Table 3.2)
3. To change Setpoint 1 to 100.0
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Command Formats cont.
Description: SETPOINT.23 ~ 0 means 3 bytes x 8 bit positions (2 characters in each byte).
SETPOINT.23 = 0 = positive sign
1 = negative sign
SETPOINT.22~20 = 000 - Not Allowed
001 - Decimal Point
010 - Decimal Point
011 - Decimal Point
101 - Decimal Point
*Process Only
SETPOINT.19~0 = Setpoint data
1
1
1
1
(XXXX.)
(XXX.X)
(XX.XX)
(X.XXX)
For 100.0: Positive sign = 0, Decimal Point 2 = 010 Bin, Setpoint data 1000 = 3E8 Hex = 001111101000 Bin
The command data = 0010
0000
0000
0011
1110
1000 Bin = 2003E8 Hex
A
0
0
3
E
8 Hex
Send *W01 2 003E8, where
*W01 - *<ccc> - write to Setpoint 1 (Table 3.1)
2003E - <data> - Setpoint data including sign and decimal point (Table 3.2)
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Command Formats cont.
Note ☞
No spaces are allowed in the data string. The spaces provided in the previous example are for illustration purposes only.
Note ☞
Decimal Point position for TC/RTD = 1 or 2, for PROCESS = 1, 2 , 3, or 4.
Note ☞
Decimal Point position for setpoint should be the same as Decimal Point position sets for Process Value and can not be
overwritten by SETPOINT command. (See RDGCNG command, described below.)
4. To change Setpoint 1 to -100.0
For (-100.0): Negative sign = 1, Decimal Point 2 = 010 Bin, Setpoint data 1000 = 3E8 Hex = 001111101000 Bin
The command data = 1010
0000
0000
0011
1110
1000 Bin = A003E8 Hex
A
0
0
3
E
8
Send *W01A003E8
5. To send the same as above for RS-485 of transit address 01 the command is *01W01A03E8.
Note ☞
Default settings are Recog. Char. “*”, 9600 bps, 7 data, 1 stop, and Odd Parity.
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OPERATION: CONFIGURATION MODE
COMMAND LETTERS AND INDEX (Table 3.2)
Command Command
Index
RW
RW
GPRW
RW
RW
GPRW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
GPRW
76
01
02
03
05
06
07
08
09
0B
0C
0D
0E
10
12
13
14
Function
Command
Bytes
#OF
Characters
Default
Value
SP1
SP2
RDGOFF
ID
N/A
INPUT
RDGCNF
AL1CNFG
LOOP BREAK TIME
OUT1CNF
OUT2CNF
RAMPTIME
COMM.PARAMETERS
AL1LO
AL1HI
RDGSCL
3
3
3
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
3
3
3
6
6
6
4
2
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
6
6
6
200000
200000
200000
0000
04
4A
00
003B
81
60
0000
0D
A003E8
201170
100001
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OPERATION: CONFIGURATION MODE
COMMAND LETTERS AND INDEX cont.
Command Command
Index
GPRW
GPRW
GPRW
GPRW
GPRW
GPRW
RW
RW
GPRW
RW
RW
RW
RW
Note ☞
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
20
21
22
25
26
Function
PB1/DEAD BAND
RESET 1
RATE 1
CYCLE 1
N/A
PB2/DEAD BAND
CYCLE 2
SOAK TIME
BUS FORMAT
DATA FORMAT
ADDRESS
TRANSMIT TIME INTERVAL
C.J.OFFSET ADJ.
RECOGNITION CHARACTER
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COMMAND LETTERS AND INDEX cont.
Command
#OF
Default
Bytes Characters
Value
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
3
1
4
4
4
2
4
2
4
2
2
2
4
6
2
00C8
00B4
0000
07
00C8
07
0000
14
02
01
0010
200000
2A
Command Command
Index
D
D
D
E
E
E
X
X
X
X
X
U
U
V
Z
01
03
04
01
03
04
01
02
03
04
05
01
03
01
02
Function
DISABLE ALARM 1
STANDBY
DISABLE SELF
ENABLE ALARM 1
DISABLE STANDBY
ENABLE SELF
SEND MAIN READING
SEND PEAK READING
SEND VALLEY READING
SEND READING
SEND READING
SEND ALARM STATUS
SEND SW VERSION
SEND DATA STRING
HARD RESET
Except for Setpoints and Alarms, modifying and setting of the menu configuration should be followed by the RESET Command.
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OPERATION: CONFIGURATION MODE
Command Formats
Description: INPUT.76543210 means 8 bit positions of the Input Command Data (Operand).
INPUT.76 = 00 = 100 ohm RTD
01 = 500 ohm RTD
10 = 1000 ohm
INPUT.5432 = 0000
0001
0010
0011
0100
0101
0110
0111
1000
1001
J/392-2/0-100 mV
K/392-3/0-1 V
T/392-4/0-10 V
E/385.2/0-20 mA
N/385.3
DIN-J/385.4
R
S
B
C
INPUT.10 = 00
01
10
11
TC
RTD
PC
N/C
Example: Set RTD, 4-wire, .00392 Curve, 100 m ohms. The command data is 00001001Bin = 09Hex. Send *W0709.
Note ☞
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Send Read Command first to determine the bits which are not specified for some positions (TC, PC for positions 7, 6 above).
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OPERATION: CONFIGURATION MODE
Command Formats cont.
RDGCNF.210 = 000 Not Allowed
001 Decimal Point
010 Decimal Point
011 Decimal Point
100 Decimal Point
*Process only
1
2
3*
4*
(XXXX.)
(XXX.X)
(XX.XX)
(X.XXX)
RDGCNFG.3 = 0 °C
1 °F
RDGCNFG.765 = 000
001
010
011
100
101
110
111
Filter
Filter
Filter
Filter
Filter
Filter
Filter
Filter
constant
constant
constant
constant
constant
constant
constant
constant
1
2
4
8
16
32
64
128
Example: Set Decimal Point 1, °C, Filter constant 16. The command data is 10000001Bin = 81Hex. Send *W0881.
Note ☞
Send a Read Command first to determine the proper Decimal Point position (*R08).
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OPERATION: CONFIGURATION MODE
Command Formats cont.
AL1CNFG.0 = 0 Disable
1 Enable
AL1CNFG.1 = 0 Absolute
1 Deviation
AL1CNFG.2 = 0 Unlatch
1 Latch
AL1CNFG.54 = 00 Above
AL1CNFG.6 = 0 Loop Break Alarm Disable
01 Below
1 Loop Break Alarm Enable
10 Hi/Lo
* 11 Band
* Deviation Only
AL1CNFG.3 = 0 Normally Open
1 Normally Closed
AL1CNFG.7 = 0 Alarm Power On Enable
1 Alarm Power On Disable
Example: Set Alarm 1 Enable, Deviation, Unlatch, N.C., Band, Loop Disable, Alarm Power On Enable. The command data is
10111011Bin = BBHex. Send *W09BB.
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3
Command Formats cont.
Time Proportional: OUT1CNFG.0 = 0 On/off
1 PID
Analog Proportional: OUT1CNFG.6 = 0 0 - 20 mA
1 4 - 20 mA
OUT1CNFG.1 = 0 Reverse
1 Direct
OUT1CNFG.2 = 0 Auto PID Disable
1 Auto PID Enable
OUT1CNFG.4 = 0 Anti Wind Up Disable
1 Anti Wind Up Enable
OUT1CNFG.5 = 0 Auto PID Stop
1 Auto PID Start
OUT1CNFG.3 = 0 Adaptive Disable
1 Adaptive Enable
Example: Set PID, Direct, Auto PID Enable, Adaptive Enable, Anti Integral Disable, Auto PID Start. The command data is
00101111Bin = 2FHex. Send *W0C17.
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OPERATION: CONFIGURATION MODE
Command Formats cont.
OUT2CNFG.0 = 0 On/off
1 PID
OUT2CNFG.1 = 0 Reverse
1 Direct
OUT2CNFG.2 = 0 Manual PID
1 Auto PID
OUT2CNFG.3 = 0 Ramp Disable
1 Ramp Enable
OUT2CNFG.4 = 0 Soak Disable
1 Soak Enable
OUT2CNFG.765 = 000
001
010
011
100
101
110
111
Damping
Damping
Damping
Damping
Damping
Damping
Damping
Damping
Example: Set On/Off, Reverse, Auto PID Disable, Ramp, Disable, Soak Disable, Damping 5. The command data is
10000000Bin = 80Hex. Send *W0D85.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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OPERATION: CONFIGURATION MODE
3
Command Formats cont.
COMM.PARAMETERS.210 = 000
300
001
600
010 1200
011 2400
100 4800
101 9600
110 19200
COMM. PARAMETERS.5 = 0
1
BAUD
7 Bit Data
8 Bit Data
COMM. PARAMETERS.43 = 00
01
10
11
COMM. PARAMETERS.6 = 0
1
No Parity
Odd
Even
N/A
1 Stop Bit
2 Stop Bit
Example: Set Baud 9600, Odd, 7 Bit, 1 Stop. The command data is 00001101Bin = 0DHex. Send *W100D.
BUSFORMAT.0 = N/A
BUSFORMAT.3 = 0 RS-232
1 RS-485
BUS FORMAT.1 = 0
1
BUS FORMAT.4 = 0
1
No LF
LF
Continuous
Command
BUS FORMAT.2 = 0
1
BUS FORMAT.5 = 0
1
No Echo
Echo
CR
Space
Example: Set Space, Continuous, RS-232, Echo, Line Feed, N/A. The command data is 00000110Bin = 06Hex. Send *W1F06.
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OPERATION: CONFIGURATION MODE
Command Formats cont.
Note ☞
DATAFORMAT is used for V01 command or Continuous Mode (RS-232).
DATAFORMAT.0 = 0
1
DATAFORMAT.3 = 0
1
No Status
Alarm Status
No Valley
Valley
DATAFORMAT.1 = 0
1
DATAFORMAT.6 = 0
1
No Reading
Reading
No Unit
Unit
DATAFORMAT.2 = 0 No Peak
1 Peak
DATAFORMAT.7 = N/A
Example: Set Space, Continuous, RS-232, Echo, Line Feed, N/A. The command data is 00000110Bin = 06Hex. Send *W1F06.
Note ☞
ADDRESS is applicable for RS-485 and can be 01 to 199.
Note ☞
TRANSMIT TIME INTERVAL is applicable in the RS-232 Continuous Mode which specifies the time between transmissions
and the minimum time is 1 second.
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3
Command Formats cont.
RDGOFF.0~19 = Offset Data
RDGOFF.20~22 = DP+2
RDGOFF.23 = 0 Positive Offset
1 Negative Offset
RDGSC.0~18 = Scale Data
RDGSC.19 = 0 Direct Scale
1 Reverse Scale
RDGSC.20~23 = DP+1
Example: To have an input of 4 to 20 mA displayed as 0 to 100,
The Low input value = min. input value * conversion number = 4(mA) x 500 = 2000
The High input value = max. input vlaue * conversion number = 20(mA) x 500 = 10000 (9999)
where: converison number is a coefficient of conversion between input values and real display range.
The full range of the display = 10000, conversion number = 10000/20 = 500.
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OPERATION: CONFIGURATION MODE
Reading Scale
Scale = (UD - LD)/(UI -LI), where: UD - Upper Display, LD - Low Display
UI - Upper Input, LI - Low Input
Scale = (100 - 0)/(9999-2000) = 0.0125016 (These values were obtained from example on previous Section 3: Reading Configuration
with Process)
0.0125016 = 125016 x 10^ -7, where 125016 is Reading Scale Data, Decimal Point = 7
RDGSC.23~20 = 8 (DP = 7); RDGSC.19 = 0 (direct scale); RDGSC. 18 ~0 = 1E858Hex (125016 Dec)
Binary Code:
Hex. Code:
Send command: *W1481E858 (scale = 81E858)
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3
Reading Offset
Offset = UD - Scale x UI
Offset = 100 - (0.0125) x (10000) = (-25), where Offset data = 25, Decimal Point = 0, Offset is negative.
RDGOFF.23 = 1 (Offset is negative); RDGOFF.22 ~ 20 = 2 (DP = 0); RDGOFF.19 ~ 0 = 00019Hex (25 Dec)
Binary Code:
Hex. Code:
Send command: *W03A00019 (offset = A00019)
Note ☞
To communicate when the Continuous Mode is enabled, the Continuous Mode must be stopped by sending 13 Hex (XOFF)
and then send ^AE.
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OPERATION: CONFIGURATION MODE
Remote Setpoint Option
Figure 3.11 Flowchart for Remote Setpoint
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OPERATION: CONFIGURATION MODE
3
Remote Setpoint Option cont.
Display
R. S ET
p0nt
n0t _
INST
Action
Press MENU
Press ENTER
Response
1)
2)
Press MENU, if necessary, until the "r.set p0nt" prompt appears.
Display advances to "Remote Setpoint 1" submenu.
IF THE REMOTE SETPOINT IS NOT INSTALLED, THE CONTROLLER WILL SHOW
"NOT INSTALLED".
Press MENU
Press MENU, if you receive the "Not Installed" message.
R.SP.1
470.0
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
REMOTE SETPOINT 1 SUBMENU:
3) Display flashes 1st digit of previous selection for "Remote Setpoint 1" value.
4) Enter a new "Remote Setpoint 1" value.
5) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Remote Setpoint 2" submenu.
R.SP.2
375.0
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
REMOTE SETPOINT 2 SUBMENU:
6) Display flashes 1st digit of previous selection for "Remote Setpoint 2" value.
7) Enter a new "Remote Setpoint 2" value.
8) Display flashes "strd" message and advances to "Remote Setpoint 3" submenu.
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OPERATION: CONFIGURATION MODE
Remote Setpoint Option cont.
Display
R.SP.3
275.0
Action
Response
Press ENTER
Press MAX & MIN
Press ENTER
REMOTE SETPOINT 3 SUBMENU:
9) Display flashes 1st digit of previous selection for "Remote Setpoint 3" value.
10) Enter a new "Remote Setpoint 3" value.
11) Display flashes "strd" message and the display shows "Reset" ending the
Configuration Mode.
RESET:
The controller automatically resets after the last menu of the Configuration Mode
has been entered. After the controller resets, the controller advances to the
Run Mode.
RST
Note ☞
In order to select r.SP remotely connect Bi1 and Bi2 as follows:
r.SP.1
r.SP.2
r.SP.3
Setpoint 1
90
Bi1
GND
OPEN
GND
OPEN
Bi2
GND
GND
OPEN
OPEN
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SPECIFICATIONS
Accuracy: See the following Specification Chart.
Resolution: 1°/0.1°; 10 µV process
Temperature Stability: 0.08°C/°C; 50 ppm/°C process
Thermocouple Cold End Tracking: 0.05°C/°C
NMRR: 60 dB
CMRR: 120 dB
A/D Conversion: Dual slope
Reading Rate: 3 samples per second
Digital Filter: Programmable
Display: Dual 4-digit, 7-segment LED, 9.2 mm (0.36"); red process variable, green
setpoint; indicators for output and alarm status; 7.6 mm (0.3") for NEMA 12 units
Warmup to Rated Accuracy: 30 min
INPUT
Input Types: Thermocouple, RTD, analog voltage, analog current
Thermocouple Lead Resistance: 100 Ω max
RTD Input: 100/500/1000Ω Pt sensor, 2, 3, or 4-wire; 0.00385 or 0.00392 curve
Voltage Input: 0 to 100 mV, 0 to 1 V, 0 to 10 Vdc
Current Input: 0 to 20 mA (5 ohm load)
Configuration: Single-ended
Polarity: Unipolar
Step Response: 0.7 sec for 99.9%
Decimal Selection: None, 0.1, 0.01 or 0.001
Span Adjustment: 0.001 to 9999 counts
Offset Adjustment: -999 to +9999
4
CONTROL
Action: Reverse (heat) or direct (cool)
Modes: Time proportioning and proportional control modes; selectable preset tune,
adaptive tune, auto-tune, PID, proportional, proportional with integral, proportional
with derivative with anti-reset windup, on-off
Rate: 000.0 to 399.9 sec
Reset: 0 to 3999 sec
Cycle Time: 1 to 199 seconds; set to 0 for on/off operation
Gain: 0.5 to 100% of span; setpoints 1 or 2
Damping: 0000 to 0008
Soak: 00.00 to 99.59 (HH:MM), or off
Ramp to Setpoint: 00.00 to 99.59 (HH:MM), or off
Autotune: Operator initiated from front panel
CONTROL OUTPUT:
Relay: 5 A @ 120 Vac, 3 A @ 240 Vac; configurable for on/off, PID or
ramp and soak
Output 1: SPDT type
Output 2: SPST type
SSR: Rated 0.5 A @ 120/240 Vac, continuous
DC Pulse: non-isolated; 10 Vdc @ 20 mA
Analog Output: 0 to 10 Vdc or 0 to 20 mA; 500 Ω max
OPTIONS:
Remote Setpoint Selection: Up to 3 setpoints stored in memory;
contact closure selection
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SPECIFICATIONS
COMMUNICATIONS:
RS-232 or RS-485: 300 to 19.2k baud; completely programmable setup capability;
program to transmit current display, alarm status, min/max, actual measured input
value and status
RS-485: Addressable from 0 to 199
Connection: Screw terminals
ALARM OUTPUT:
Type: SPST relay, 3 A @ 120 Vac, 3 A @ 240 Vac
Operation: High/low, latching/ non-latching, and process/deviation; front panel
configurations
ANALOG OUTPUT:
Isolated 0 to 10 Vdc or 0 to 20 mA, programmable
INSULATION: (per 1 minute test)
Power to TC/RTD input: 2300 Vrms
Power to Relay/SSR Outputs: 2300 Vrms
Power to Relay Alarms: 2300 Vrms
Control Relay/SSR to Control Relay/SSR: 2300 Vrms
Relay Alarm 1 to Relay Alarm 2: 2300 Vrms
RS232/RS485/Analog to Alarms/Controls Relay/SSR/Power: 2300 Vrms
RS232/RS485 to Input TC/RTD: 350 Vrms
APPROVALS:
UL
92
GENERAL:
Line Voltage: 90-240 Vac +/-10%, 50-400 Hz
Power: 4 Watts
External Fuse Required: 100mA/250V Time-Slow-Blow, UL 248-14 Listed
100mA/250V Time-Lag, IEC 127-3 Listed
Environmental Condition: 0 to 55°C (32 to 131°F), 90% RH
non-condensing
CN77300 Series: 48 H x 48 W x 123.3 mm D (1.89" x 1.89" x 4.85");
CN77500 Series: 53 H x 53 W x 123.3 mm D (2.1" x 2.1" x 4.85");
Panel Cutout: 45 mm (1.777") square, 1⁄16 DIN
CN77R300 Series: 48 H x 48 W x 135 mm D (1.89" x 1.89" x 5.32");
CN77R500 Series: 53 H x 53 W x 135 mm D (2.1" x 2.1" x 5.32");
Panel Cutout: 44.5 mm (1.75") dia round
Weight: 227 g (0.5 lb)
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SPECIFICATIONS
Input
Type
Range
J
IronConstantan
-210 to 760°C
-346 to 1400°F
K
-270 to -160°C
1.0°C
CHROMEGA®ALOMEGA®
T
CopperConstantan
-160 to 1372°C
-454 to -256°F
-256 to 2502°F
-270 to -190°C
-190 to 400°C
-454 to -310°F
-310 to 752°F
-270 to -220°C
-220 to 1000°C
-454 to -364°F
-364 to 1832°F
-50 to 40°C
40 to 1788°C
-58 to 104°F
104 to 3250°F
-50 to 100°C
100 to 1768°C
-58 to 212°F
212 to 3214°F
200 to 640°C
640 to 1820°C
212 to 1184°F
1184 to 3308°F
0.4°C
1.8°F
0.7°F
1.0°C
0.4°C
1.8°F
0.7°F
1.0°C
0.4°C
1.8°F
0.7°F
1.0°C
0.5°C
1.8°F
0.9°F
1.0°C
0.5°C
1.8°F
0.9°F
1.0°C
0.5°C
1.8°F
0.9°F
E
CHROMEGAConstantan
R
Pt/13%Rh-Pt
S
Pt/10%Rh-Pt
B
30%Rh-Pt/
6%Rh-Pt
Input
Type
Accuracy*
0.4°C
0.7°F
C
5%Re-W/
26%Re-W
N
NicrosilNisil
L
Range
4
Accuracy*
0-2354°C
32-4253°F
-250 to -100°C
-100 to 1300°C
-418 to -148°F
-148 to 2372°F
0.4°C
0.7°F
1.0°C
0.4°C
1.8°F
0.7°F
J
DIN
-200 to 900°C
-328 to 1652°F
0.4°C
0.7°F
RTD
Pt, 0.00385, 100 ,
500 , 1000
200 to 900°C
-328 to 1652°F
0.4°C
0.7°F
RTD
Pt, 0.00392, 100 ,
500 , 1000
-200 to 850°C
-328 to 1562°F
0.4°C
0.7°F
PROCESS
Voltage
Current
0 to 100mV,0 to 1V,
0 to 10Vdc
0 to 20mA, 4 to 20 mA
0.03% rdg
0.03% rdg
0.03% rdg
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SPECIFICATIONS
Example of hook-up for the Solid State Relay Output for Temperature Controllers.
ac CONTROLLED SSR USED WITH TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER WITH dc VOLTAGE SSR DRIVER OUTPUT
TEMPERATURE
CONTROLLER
CONTROL
SIDE
dc INPUT
SSR
4
1
LOAD
SIDE
HEATER
Vac
Vac
0 or 5 Vdc,
TYPICALLY
3
2
FAST BLOW
FUSE
ac CONTROLLED SSR USED WITH TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER WITH MECHANICAL RELAY OUTPUT
TEMPERATURE
CONTROLLER
CONTROL
SIDE
ac INPUT
SSR
1
4
LOAD
SIDE
HEATER
Vac
Vac
3
2
FAST BLOW
FUSE
Vac
DRIVING
SSR
ac CONTROLLED SSR USED WITH TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER WITH TRIAC OUTPUT
TEMPERATURE
CONTROLLER
CONTROL SIDE
LOAD
RESISTOR
ac INPUT
SSR
4
1
LOAD
SIDE
HEATER
Vac
Vac
3
94
Vac
DRIVING
SSR
2
FAST BLOW
FUSE
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SPECIFICATIONS
1. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
This device conforms with requirements of EMC Directive 89/336/EEC,
amended by 93/68/EEC. This instrument complies with the following
EMC Immunity Standards as tested per EN 50082-2, 1995 (Industrial
environment)
Phenomena
Test Specification
Basic Standard
Electrostatic
Discharge
+/- 4 kV contact discharge
+/- 8 kV air discharge
IEC 1000-4-2
Performance
Criteria B
Radio Frequency
electromagnetic
field.
27 - 1000 MHz
10 V/m
80% AM (1 KHz)
IEC 1000-4-3
Performance
Criteria A
Radio Frequency
electromagnetic field.
Pulse modulated.
900 MHz
10 V/m
50% Duty cycle @ 200 Hz
IEC 1000-4-3
Performance
Criteria A
Fast Transients
+/- 2 kV (ac mains)
+/- 1 kV (dc, signal I/O)
5/50 ns Tr/Th, 5 KHz rep. freq.
IEC 1000-4-4
Performance
Criteria B
Radio Frequency
conducted
0.15 - 80 MHz
10 V/m
80% AM (1 KHz)
IEC 1000-4-6
Performance
Criteria A
4
This instrument complies with the following EMC Emission Standards
as tested per EN 50081-1, 1992 (Residential, Commercial and Light
Industrial)
Phenomena
Frequency
Range
Limits
Basic
Standard
Radiated
Emission
30-230 MHz
230-1000 MHz
30 dB_V/m at 10 m
37 dB_V/m at 10 m
quasi peak
CISPR 22
Class B
Conducted
Emission
0.15-0.5 MHz
0.5-5 MHz
5-30 MHz
66-56 dB_V quasi peak
56 dB_V quasi peak
60 dB_V quasi peak
CISPR 22
Class B
2. Safety
This device conforms with Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC, amended by
93/68/EEC. The following LVD requirements have been met to comply with
EN 61010-1, 1993
(Electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Pollution Degree 2
Installation Category II
Double Insulation
Class I Equipment (90-240 Vac Powered Units)
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NOTES
NOTES
NOTES
Warranty
OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC. warrants this unit to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 13 months from date of purchase. OMEGA Warranty adds an
additional one (1) month grace period to the normal one (1) year product warranty to cover handling and shipping time. This ensures that OMEGA’s customers receive maximum
coverage on each product.
If the unit should malfunction, it must be returned to the factory for evaluation. OMEGA’s Customer Service Department will issue an Authorized Return (AR) number immediately
upon phone or written request. Upon examination by OMEGA, if the unit is found to be defective it will be repaired or replaced at no charge. However, this WARRANTY is VOID if
the unit shows evidence of having been tampered with or shows evidence of being damaged as a result of excessive corrosion; or current, heat, moisture or vibration; improper
specification; misapplication; misuse or other operating conditions outside of OMEGA’s control. Components which wear or which are damaged by misuse are not warranted.
These include contact points, fuses, and triacs.
In addition to our standard warranty period, OMEGA will extend the warranty period for one (1) additional year only if the warranty card enclosed with each instrument is returned
to OMEGA.
OMEGA is glad to offer suggestions on the use of its various products. Nevertheless, OMEGA warrants only that the parts manufactured by it will be as specified and
free of defects. OMEGA MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, EXCEPT THAT OF
TITLE, AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE HEREBY
DISCLAIMED. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: The remedies of purchaser set forth herein are exclusive and the total liability of OMEGA with respect to this order, whether
based on contract, warranty, negligence, indemnification, strict liability or otherwise, shall not exceed the purchase price of the component upon which liability is
based. In no event shall OMEGA be liable for consequential, incidental or special damages.
Every precaution for accuracy has been taken in the preparation of this manual; however, OMEGA neither assumes responsibility for any omissions or errors that may appear nor
assumes liability for any damages that result from the use of the products in accordance with the information contained in the manual.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS: Should this equipment be used in any nuclear installation or activity, purchaser will indemnify OMEGA and hold OMEGA harmless from any liability or
damage whatsoever arising out of the use of the equipment in such a manner.
Return Requests
Direct all warranty and repair request/inquiries to the OMEGA Customer Service Department. BEFORE RETURNING ANY PRODUCT(S) TO OMEGA, PURCHASER MUST
OBTAIN AN AUTHORIZED RETURN (AR) NUMBER FROM OMEGA’S CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT (IN ORDER TO AVOID PROCESSING DELAYS). The assigned
AR number should then be marked on the outside of the return package and on any correspondence.
The purchaser is responsible for shipping charges, freight, insurance and proper packaging to prevent breakage in transit.
FOR WARRANTY RETURNS, please have the following information available
BEFORE contacting OMEGA:
1.
P.O. number under which the product was PURCHASED,
2.
Model and serial number of the product under warranty, and
3.
Repair instructions and/or specific problems relative to the product.
FOR NON-WARRANTY REPAIRS, consult OMEGA for current repair charges. Have
the following information available BEFORE contacting OMEGA:
1.
P.O. number to cover the COST of the repair,
2.
Model and serial number of product, and
3.
Repair instructions and/or specific problems relative to the product.
OMEGA’s policy is to make running changes, whenever an improvement is possible. This affords our customers the latest in technology and engineering.
© Copyright 2003 OMEGA Engineering, Inc. All rights reserved. This documentation may not be copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated, or reduced to any electronic medium
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PATENT NOTICE: The “Meter Case Bezel Design” is a trademark of NEWPORT Electronics, Inc., registered in the U.S. USED UNDER LICENSE. This product is covered by
one or more of the following patents: U.S. Pat. No. Des. 336,895; 5,274,577/ FRANCE BREVET No. 91 12756/ UK PATENT No. GB2 248 954; GB2 249 837/ SPAIN 2039150;
2048066 / ITALY 1249456; 1250938/ CANADA 2052599; 2052600/ GERMANY DE 41 34398 C2. Other US and International Patents pending or applied for.
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TEMPERATURE
Thermocouple, RTD & thermistor Probes, Connectors,
Panels & Assemblies
Wire: Thermocouple, RTD & Thermistor
Calibrators & Ice Point References
Recorders, Controllers & Process Monitors
Infrared Pyrometers
PRESSURE, STRAIN AND FORCE
Transducers & Strain Gauges
Load Cells & Pressure Gauges
Displacement Transducers
Instrumentation & Accessories
FLOW/LEVEL
Rotameters, Gas Mass Flowmeters & Flow Computers
Air Velocity Indicators
Turbine/Paddlewheel Systems
Totalizers & Batch Controllers
pH/CONDUCTIVITY
pH Electrodes, Testers & Accessories
Benchtop/Laboratory Meters
Controllers, Calibrators, Simulators & Pumps
Industrial pH & Conductivity Equipment
12650ML-97H
DATA ACQUISITION
Data Acquisition & Engineering Software
Communications-Based Acquisition Systems
Plug-in Cards for Apple, IBM & Compatibles
Datalogging Systems
Recorders, Printers & Plotters
HEATERS
Heating Cable
Cartridge & Strip Heaters
Immersion & Band Heaters
Flexible Heaters
Laboratory Heaters
ENVIRONMENTAL
MONITORING AND CONTROL
Metering & Control Instrumentation
Refractometers
Pumps & Tubing
Air, Soil & Water Monitors
Industrial Water & Wastewater Treatment
pH, Conductivity & Dissolved Oxygen Instruments
M2491/0605
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