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Digital multi-channel temperature controller system
Multi-channel controller MPCnet Type 17-8851-....
Operating Instructions
Multi-Channel Controller MPCnet Type 17-8851..../....
1.Foreword
2.Product Description
1.1. General
2.1. General Points
This manual contains the information necessary for
the controller series (type 17-8851-..../....) to be
installed correctly and also instructions for its
maintenance and use; we therefore recommend that
the utmost attention be paid to the following
instructions.
The MPCnet temperature control system is designed
primarily to control industrial electric heating using
heating cables.
Though this manual has been issued with the greatest care, BARTEC will not take any responsibility
deriving from its use.
The same applies to any person or company involved in producing this manual.
This document is the exclusive property of BARTEC,
which forbids any reproduction and divulgation,
even in part, of the document, unless expressly
authorized.
BARTEC reserves the right to make any formal or
functional changes at any time and without any notice.
1.2. Use for the Intended Purpose
The MPCnet controller series serves to regulate temperature in explosion-protected and media-proof
heating applications or heating circuits. The controllers must always be set up outside the hazardous area.
When using it, a distinction must be made between:
a)monitoring explosion-proof heating circuits:
MPCnet is used in combination with the BARTEC
Pt100 Ex (Type 27-71..-.3.. ....) resistance thermometer. Depending on the installed heating
cable type, a separate, ATEX-certified limiting
device (e.g. DTL III Ex, 17-8865-4.22/22003000),
may be required for each heating circuit.
b)monitoring non explosion-proof heating circuits:
MPCnet is used in combination with a media-proof
Pt100 resistance thermometer, e.g. BARTEC Pt100
M resistance thermometer (Type 03-9040-00..)
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The resistance thermometer must be affixed to the
point to be measured with mechanical and temperature stability to assure a reliable thermal coupling.
This should be done with the aid of suitable temperature-resistant aluminium self-adhesive tape or
similar materials.
This user manual applies to the following units of
the system:
MC32 control module
GW32 Gateway module
PA00 touch panel
temperature transmitter module 8TI /16TI
relay module 8DO /16DO
input module 8DI /16DI
current measurement module 8CI /16CI
communication module master TM04
and slave TS04
power modules TR16 and TR36
The separate modules in the MPCnet heating control
system are mounted on a TS35 rail and connected
by an internal system bus. Depending on the module type, the units are either interconnected by TS35
rail inserts or by factory preassembled RS485 connection cables. Both data and operating voltage are
conveyed via the internal bus.
In order to establish communication between the
modules on the bus, each device must be assigned
a unique device ID. This ID must be set by switches
on the front panels of the modules.
The control module MC32 serves as a main controller and is capable of controlling up to 32 heating circuits. The number of heating circuits can be
increased by connecting further MC32 modules to
the system bus.
MC32 either receives its temperature values from
the temperature transmitter modules 8TI / 16TI. If
the temperature falls below the preset holding temperature level, the MC32 switches each heating
circuit individually via the digital output modules
8DO / 16DO, in connection with electromechanical
relays (EMR). The load and ground fault current can
optionally be measured by the current measurement
modules 8CI / 16CI. Furthermore, external information from ground fault interrupters (GFI), auxiliary
contacts of the relays, alarm contacts of limiters etc.
can be transmitted to MC32 by digital input modules 8DI / 16 DI.
The TR16 / TR36 power modules integrate all the
above stated functions in one module. With the integrated TRIAC, the TR16 and TR36 control the power
output in a range between 10 % and 95%.
The GW32 gateway is used to connect and control
the MPCnet system with either a PC or the BARTEC
PA00 touch panel (17 8851 0003/0000).
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2.2. Description of the Modules
This control unit is used to control and monitor hardware. The control unit has 32 channels. Each can receive
3 temperature values, 10 data inputs, and 4 relay outputs. To read and program the MC32, a separate user
interface connected to the front panel or a PC using PMan Line program is used. The MC32 has an alarm
output relay. MC32 uses a battery (type of battery: CR2032) for memory backup.
MC32, controller unit
MC32
Default passwords:
Low0000
Middle1000
High2000
LED’s:
Net:
Communication of whole network (LED twinkles when communication is in progress)
tr.Net: Communication to power units (LED twinkles when communication is in progress)
Pow:
Operating voltage
Alarm: Alarm at the device
Flashing alarm LEDs indicate that there are unacknowledged alarms for the device. LEDS
with a steady glow indicate that all alarms have been acknowledged but not all alarm-
triggering faults have been eliminated. The LEDS turn off when all acknowledged alarm-
triggering faults have been eliminated.
Net al.: Communication error. Alarm comes when there is something wrong with the bus.
Alarm stops when communication is restored to normal.
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HD00: Connection for a separate user interface
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GW32, data transmission unit
GW32 transmits data between MC32 and PC. A separate user interface can also be connected to GW32. The
devices that are connected to the bus as well as their position and serial numbers and communication data
are shown on the display. To reset the communication data, press the menu button. If you add or remove
devices or change position numbers, you must reset communication data or turn off the GW32 for a while.
GW32
LED’s:
Rx: Device receives data (glows steadily when communication is in progress).
LED glows steadily when the connection to the PC is working normally.
Tx: Device sends data
(twinkles when communication is in progress)
Pow
Operating voltage
Error: Check sum error
Net al.
Communication error
Alarm comes if there is something wrong with the communication between the devices and
the bus.
Alarm stops when communication is restored to normal.
HD00: Connection for a separate user interface.
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8/16 TI, temperature transmitter module
8 to 16 PT100 sensors can be connected to the 8/16 TI temperature transmitter with 3-wire connection. The
temperature transmitter sends the temperature values to the MC32´s control, limiter, and measuring channels via the internal bus connection.
8/16 TI temperature transmitter is composed of blocks with 4 measuring channels in each. The channels in
the device are marked block by block: The first channel of the first block is A1, the third channel of the next
block is B3 etc.
8/16 TI
LED’s:
Net al.: Communication error
Alarm comes if there is something wrong with the communication between the device and the bus. Alarm stops automatically when communication is restored to normal.
Pow: Operating voltage
The LED flashes when the device sends data to MC32
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Use switches x100, x10, and x1 to select the position number for the device.
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8/16DI, digital input module
8 to 16 voltage inputs can be connected to 8DI / 16DI input unit. The input unit transmits the state of its
inputs to MC32. Each of the channels in MC32 can be supplied with 10 different inputs. MC32 can be used in
monitoring the state of the inputs and, if needed, to receive alarms or functions from the inputs as described
in section 4.2.
8/16DI input unit is composed of blocks, each with 8 measuring channels. The channels of the device are
marked block by block: the first channel of the first block is A1, the fifth channel of the next block B5 etc.
8/16DI
LED’s:
Net al.: Communication error
Alarm comes if there is something wrong with the communication between the device and
the bus. Alarm stops automatically when communication is restored to normal.
Pow: Operating voltage
The LED flashes when the device sends data to MC32
Inputs:
Input indicators
The input indicator LEDs glow steadily when an input is supplied with voltage.
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Use switches x100, x10, and x1 to select the position number for the device.
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8/16 DO, digital relay output module
8DO/16DO relay unit features 8-16 relay outputs that are used to control the external circuit.
8DO/16DOrelay unit is composed of blocks with 8 measuring channels in each. The channels of the device
are marked block by block: the first channel of the first block is A1, the fifth channel of the next block B5 etc.
In addition to heating, the relays can also function as temperature limiting and alarm repeating relays
8/16DO
LED’s:
Net al.: Communication error
Alarm comes if there is something wrong with the communication between the device and the bus. Alarm stops automatically when communication is restored to normal.
Pow: Operating voltage
The LED flashes when the device sends data to MC32
Outputs: Output indicators
The relay indicator LEDs glow steadily when relays are pulled in.
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Use switches x100, x10, and x1 to select the position number for the device.
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8/16CI, current measurement module
The 8CI/16CI device measures the fault current and load current. The device can be connected to 8-16 fault
current transformers (LeaC) or load current transformers (LoaC), depending on which current you want to
measure in the channel.
The 8CI/16CI current measurement unit is comprised of blocks, which have 8 relay outputs each. The relays
of the device are numbered according to blocks, and so that the first relay of the first block is A1, the fifth
relay of the second block is B5, etc.
8/16CI
LEDs:
Net al.: Data transmission fault
There is a fault in the bus transmissions. The alarm will disappear when transmission
returns to normal.
Pow: Operating voltage
The light is on when there operating voltage is applied to the device.
The Pow LED light flashes when the device transmits data to MC32.
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Choose the position number for the device with switches x100, x10 and x1.
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TR16/TR36/TR38, power module
The power unit controls the temperature according to set values. The device can change the heating cable
power from 10 % to 95%. The power unit features two temperature measuring channels, limiting and control.
The Pt100 sensor, depending on which heating is controlled, is connected to TC, i.e. control channel. A
Pt100 sensor, depending on which heating is limited, can be connected to TL, i.e. limiting channel. The temperature measured by the TL EX (ATEX device) temperature limiter can also be reproduced for the TL channel.
The device’s heat protection shuts down the heating when the heat sink’s temperature exceeds 85 ºC. Normal
functioning is restored when the temperature drops to below a permitted value.
TR16/TR36/TR38, power module
LEDs:
Alarm LED: The alarm LED flashes to indicate that there are unacknowledged alarms in the device.
It glows steadily to indicate that all alarms have been acknowledged but not all alarm
triggering faults have been eliminated. The LED turns off when all acknowledged alarm-
triggering faults have been eliminated. If the LED is flashing fast, there is a fault in the bus. If the LED is flashing slowly, there is some other fault.
Power feed: The LED flashing speed is directly proportional to the power feed.
If the LED is glowing steadily, the device’s power feed is 100%.
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Use switches x1 and x10 to select the device’s position number
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TM04/TS04, TRIAC controller module
MC32 uses hubs to control power units.
TM04: MASTER device with a connection to MC32. 4 power units can be connected to a TM04.
TS04: The SLAVE device is connected to the MASTER device via bus connection at the bottom of device.
4 power units can be connected to one TS04 device.
Up to 32 power modules can be connected to a system of 1 TM04 and 7 TS04 modules.
TM04/TS04, TRIAC controller module
LEDs:
Port LEDs: Flashes when port communicates with power unit.
MC32 net: Flashes when it communicates with MC32 (only TM04)
Power units are connected with RJ 45 patch cables via RS-HUB units to MC32 device.
Speed error:
Ports: Error in communication with power unit
MC32: Error in communication with MC32 (only TM04)
DO NOT USE SAME BUS WITH I/O DEVICES
(MC32, 16TI, 16DI etc.)
2.3. Overview of the Devices
Dimensiones (in mm)
AI
P
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AI
P
8 TI
54,0
100
114,5
16 TI
88,0
100
114,5
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W = width, see section 4.1 for details.
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3. Marking and Safety Instructions
Marking
Particularly important points in these instructions
are marked with a symbol:
DANGER draws attention to a danger which will lead
to death or serious injury if not avoided.
Dangerous line voltage may be present at the some
devices (relay unit DO and input unit DI). Devices
must always be de-energised when removed from
or connected to the bus.
Don’t cover device ventilation ducts. Using the
devices in any way other than that shown in the
manual can damage the device’s protection.
4. Technical Data
WARNING draws attention to a danger which can
lead to a death or serious injury if it is not avoided.
CAUTION draws attention to a danger which can
lead to an injury if it is not avoided.
4.1. General Technical Data
Enclosure version
Polyamide, PA, grey
Enclosure dimensions (W x H x D)
MC32, GW32, TM04 and TS04:
17.5 mm x 100 mm x 114.5 mm
8TI:
54 mm x 100 mm x 114.5 mm
ATTENTION draws attention to measures to prevent
damage to property.
Note
Important instructions and information on effective, economical & environmentally compatible
handling.
Safety Instructions
The multipoint control system MPCnet may be
used only in conformance with the specified
technical data (see type label/ operating
instructions).
Utilisation in areas other than those specified or
the modification of the product by anyone other
than the manufacturer is not permitted and will
exempt BARTEC from liability for defects or any
further liability.
The generally applicable statutory rules and other ‘
binding directives relating to workplace safety,
accident prevention and environmental
protection must be adhered to.
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For electrical systems the relevant installation
and operating conditions (e.g. Directive 1999/92/EC,
Directive 94/9/EC, EN 60079-0, EN 60079-14, ‘
EN 60079-17 and the VDE 0100 series or other
relevant national regulations) and the details on
the type label must be observed.
The safety instructions for all parts of the MPCnet
multipoint control system must be observed
always.
Certain devices bearing an external marking
must not be opened while they are connected to
voltage.
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16TI:
88 mm x 100 mm x 114.5 mm
8DI, 8CI, 8DO:
41 mm x 100 mm x 114.5 mm
16DI, 16CI, 16DO:
63.5 mm x 100 mm x 114.5 mm
TR16:
62.5 mm x 100 mm x 114.5 mm
TR36:
126 mm x 100 mm x 114.5 mm
Ambient storage temperature
-30 °C up to +70 °C
Ambient operation temperature
MC32, GW32, 8TI, 16TI, 8CI, 16CI:
0 °C up to +60 °C
8DO, 16DO:
-40 °C up to +46 °C
8DI, 16DI, TM04,TS04:
-40 °C up to +60 °C
TR16, TR36:
0 °C up to +45 °C
Humidity
90 % r.h., non condensing
Weight
MC32, GW32:
8DO:
16DO:
8DI:
16DI:
8TI, 8CI:
16TI, 16CI:
TR16:
TR36:
TM04,TS04:
108 g
253 g
368 g
220 g
304 g
274 g
398 g
410 g
775 g
148 g
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Type of protection
IP 20 / EN 60529
Topology
Daisy chain
Contamination grade
2
Length
1000 m maximum
Max. utilisation altitude
2000 m above sea level
Quantity
Up to 250 modules per bus,
repeater required every 28 modules
Installation
Mounting rail
TH 35-15 DIN EN 60715 (metal)
4.2. General Electrical Data
Supply voltage
AC 24 V ± 10%
Internal power consumption
MC32, GW32, TM04, TS04:
max. 1.5 W per module
8TI, 8CI, 8DI:
max. 1.0 W per module
Communication between
TM04 and TS04
Type
2-wire isolated RS485-based network
Connection
5-pin TH35 DIN rail insert
Pin
Function
16TI, 16CI, 16DI:
max. 1.6 W per module
1
V-
2
V+
8DO, 16DO:
max. 2.7 W per module
3
4
RS485 B
TR16, TR36:
max. 2.2 W per module
5
RS485 A
Wiring terminals
Plug connectors 2.5 mm2 with screw terminals,
0.2 to 2.5 mm2
(24 to 18 AWG)
Electromagnetic compatibility
Emissions
EN 61000-6-4
Emission standard for residential,
commercial and light industrial environments
Immunity
EN 61000-6-2
Immunity standard for industrial environments
4.3. Networking Ports for MC32 and the
Subsequent I/O Modules with
TH35 Rail Inserts
Communication between
MC32, GW32, 8DO/16DO, 8DI/16DI, 8CI/16CI,
8TI/16TI
Type
2-wire isolated ARCNET-based
token-bus network
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4.4. Networking Ports for TM04 and TS04 Modules with TH35 rail inserts
Connection
Topology
Daisy chain
Length
10 m maximum
Quantit
Up to 8 modules per bus
4.5. Networking Ports for TM04 / TS04
and TR16 / TR36 Modules with
RJ45 Connectors
Communication between
TM04 / TS04 and TR16 / TR36 modules
Type
2-wire isolated RS485-based network
Connection
8-pin RJ45 connector
Topology
Star network
Length
10 m maximum
Quantity
Up to 32 modules per bus
5-pin TH35 DIN rail insert
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Pin
Function
1
V-
2
V+
3
V+
4
Arcnet B
5
Arcnet A
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5. Mounting
5.1. General Mounting Instructions
MPCnet must be mounted in an enclosure to protect
the electronic components and ensure electrical
safety. For indoor applications, the use of at least
IP54-rated steel enclosures is recommendable. As
a basic rule, it must be ensured that the devices are
adequately ventilated so that the specified ambient
temperature limit will be adhered to. In case the
maximum permissible ambient temperature for the
modules is exceeded, it is necessary to install space
heaters or cooling fans.
Each MPCnet module mounts on TH35 rails. It is
mandatory to group the modules based on their
connection technology. See chapter sections 4.3 to
4.5 for further information.
TM04 and TS04 share the connection technology
with MC32 and the I/O-modules. However, the communication protocols differ from each other. Never
combine modules with different physical bus layers
as this influences the function and might cause severe damage to the system.
We recommend installing the AC 24 V power supply, MC32 and the I/O modules in the upper part
of the enclosure as they are connected by the same
bus technology. TM04, TS04 and the power modules should be installed on a different rail.
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Mounting Diagramm
When connecting multi-wire or fine-stranded conductors, please prepare the conductor ends accordingly
first. See VDE 0100 for further information. The cable cross-sections must be selected within the limitations
of section 4.2
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5.2. Mounting the Modules
(1) Separate the bus connectors from the
modules and (2) mount the connectors on
the TH35 rail. (3) Ensure that the connection
between the bus connectors is established
properly.
Insert the bottom of the module onto the
TH35 rail and (4) push inwards to engage
the clip.
6.1. General installation instructions
6.Installation
The relevant regulations must be observed when
making electrical connections!
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Only a qualified electrician may perform the electrical connection. When selecting the conductor
material, installing and electrically connecting the
device, the regulations in VDE 0100 for the “erection of power installations with rated voltages up
to 1000 V“ and the respective national regulations
must be observed.
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Each end of the bus requires either a termination block or a bus interconnection module.
Install one of these modules on both sides of
the rail to ensure that the system will function
properly.
Disconnect the device from the mains completely
if there is a risk of live parts being touched during
work on the device.
The PE terminal on the device must be connected
to the PE conductor. This lead should have a crosssection that is at least as large as that of the supply
cable. Run the earthing conductors in a radial pattern to a common earthing point which is connected
to the protective earth conductor of the power supply. The earthling conductors must not be looped
through, i.e. do not run them from one device to
another.
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Details on how to wire the MPCnet modules can be
found in the device-specific block diagrams in section 2.2.
The maximum cross-section for the power supply
is 1.5 mm². When designing the individual rails,
it must be ensured that the total current does not
exceed the maximum current of the bus connector.
If the total current exceeds the maximum allowable
limit, the power supply must be split among several
DC 24 V transformers.
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6.2. Structure of Electromechanical Relay Control Mode (EMR Mode)
As the pictures shows, MC32, GW32 and TI unit
share the same 24V DC voltage supply , the DI and
DO unit share another 24V DC voltage supply but
with a third positive contact at the bottom connection (see data sheet) because those modules need
more current during operation.
Diagramm
All modules connected to the internal bus are
connected to each other via the connector in the
bottom connection. To ensure flawless operation,
the bus’s twin conductor must have a characteristic impedance of 60 Ω between net A and B. This
is achieved either with separate end resistors attached to the DIN rail or with an OR-485 optical
isolator / repeater.
1.power
2. net voltage
3. relay voltage
4. RS 485 bus on a
rail connection
Cables, which wire to the temperature transmitter,
have to be protected. We recommend using 0.240.5mm²
6.3. Structure of Power Module Control Mode (SSR Mode)
Due to the heat emission during normal operation, the TR16 and TR36 units must be installed separately
from the I/O units. They therefore cannot be installed on the same bus system and the SSR control mode
differs from EMR mode in so far as the modules are not directly installed on the rail inserts. The power
modules are directly connected to the TM04 or TS04 communication hub, which are directly connected to
the MC32 controller.
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Connection Diagramm
for MC32 Hubs and Triac
The TM04 or TS04 hubs must not be installed
on the same bus as I/O modules such as the
MC32, TI unit because they are different bus
systems (Arcnet bus and data bus).
To connect 32 power units, the following hardware configuration is needed. The system presented in the following diagram also requires a
separate 24 V DC voltage source.
As seen, one master controller and several slave
controllers can be bonded together on a rail bus.
Each of them has 4 ports, which means that they can
control 1 to 4 TRIAC modules. Via cable connecting
(RJ 8), the hubs supply operating voltage to TRIAC
modules.
1. RJ cabling
2. RS 485 bus on a
rail connection
6.4. Electrical Connection of the Modules
The connection of the devices is shown in device-specific block diagrams and in system connection
diagrams. The devices feature both SELV voltage and mains connections
 The connection cables must be conducted to the terminals intended for that purpose.
 All output circuits connected to the device must be protected by means of power circuit breakers which are
suitable for the existing current levels.
If the TR36 power unit´s ambient temperature is higher than 34 degrees, you must do double wiring to
connectors L1 IN, L1 OUT, L2 IN, L2 OUT, L3 IN and L3 OUT.
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7. Commissioning / Settings
7.1. Main Display
Once the system has started, all device settings
are downloaded from the MC32 units on the bus
and can be seen on the Main Display
By clicking on the time or the actual date, you can
open the main menu.
7.2. Main menu: “options”
Clicking on the “options” button allows the basic
configurations to be changed
The selection of the optional columns allows the
information for each controller shown on the
Main Display to be changed.
The system language can be changed in the
“Language” field
It is possible to change the font size of the system
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Administrator, Settings and Alarm acknowledge ment password can be defined by entering a
combination
The lowest guarantees access to acknowledging
alarms, the middle to change settings, and the
highest to reset all previous settings and to
replace them with default settings
All changes must be confirmed by clicking the
“Apply” button
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The IP Settings field allows a choice to be made
between whether the IP address should be cre
ated automatically or entered manually.
All changes must be confirmed by clicking the
“Apply” button.
The time can be changed by selecting a time zone
or by entering the time
The date can be changed by selecting the right
date from the calendar
All changes must be confirmed by clicking the
“Apply” button.
7.3. Configuration of a Heating Circuit
By clicking on a heating circuit, the circuit
settings can be changed or configured.
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By clicking the on the “Settings” button, the
configuration of the selected heating circuit can
be changed
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There are two ways of selecting the control
mode. The first one is by means of the “Relay Unit” and the second with the “SSR (TRIAC) Unit”
Channel Type TA: channel only monitors
temperature
Channel Type TC: channel measures
temperature and controls heating. The control temperature is the desired temperature of the heated object
Channel Type TC/TL: channel measures
temperature and controls heating. Control
temperature is the desired temperature of the
heated object. The channel also measures the
limit temperature and it limits the temperature if
required.
Channel Type TW: channel measures
temperature and controls heating with set points
in a selected temperature window.
Two different set temperatures; selection via
digital input
Depending on the selected “Control Mode”
different settings can be applied:
Relay Unit -> on/off only
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SSR -> proportional
TCmax: upper limit alarm is activated when the
control temperature exceeds the set limit value
TCmin: lower limit alarm is activated when the
temperature drops below the set limit value
TLmax: the upper limit of the limit temperature
alarm is activated when the temperature exceeds
the set limit value
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Digital inputs for additional functions:
Alarm blocking: Blocking all alarms when an
input is energized.
Alarm blocked (TCmi): Blocking TC-min alarm when an input is supplied with voltage.
Power reduction: Heating power of power unit sets 50% lower level when an input is energized (power units only).
Heating blocked: Heating off when an input is energized.
TC2 set point selected: Set value B into operation when an input is energized.
opening: Alarm when an input becomes
de-energized
closing: Alarm when an input becomes
energized
ground fault current: ground fault current
alarm
TL 600: Voltage disappears from the input
while alarm presents in the TL Ex device.
Conflicting control: Conflict alarm is given
if the command of the controlling device and
the function of the heating device (contactor)
do not match. Alarm’s delay is about 1 minute.
Temperature inputs TC:
easuring control temperature
Temperature inputs TL:
measuring limit temperature
Temperature inputs TA:
measuring channel of temperature, no controls
Current from phase 1 to phase 3
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Heating: heating output functions according to
set control values
TL exceeded: set Tl limit and function from
alarm menu
TL alarm: the relay releases when TL alarm
is active
Alarm: the relay releases when alarm is active
Ground Fault Current: launch fault current
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7.4. Alarm menu
By clicking the button “Alarm” the new and all the
former alarms can be seen
All alarms on the channel
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Acknowledging active alarms on the channel
Once the power button has been clicked on, the
shut-down menu opens.
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In the shut-down menu, the system can be
switched off or restarted
Incorrect installation and also incorrectly set
levels on the controller can adversely affect
the correct functioning of the process or cause
other damage. Only qualified personnel should
enter the setting. Please observe the relevant
safety regulations.
8. Programming
8.1. Relay control mode
Set the position numbers of the devices so that each device connected to bus has its own unique position
number. Set the position numbers by rotating the switches on the front panel of the devices with a small
screwdriver. Position numbers must be chosen between 1-249. For example, if the required position number
is 125, rotate x100 to one, x10 to two, and x1 to five. Avoid using excessive power when rotating the code
switch.
Once all devices have been connected correctly based on the principles in chapter 6.2 and each device has
an individual position number by switching the knobs on the top, they are available for programming via
the PA00 touch panel. It should be noted here that each device must have an individual ID number even if
some of the channels are disabled. Since the MC32 controller collects all the ID addresses, both those
activated and inactivated, communication between the MC32 controller and other devices will be interrupted
if two of the devices possess the same ID.
Then, the following settings can be made:
Step 1:
Settings
→
Basic
→
Name:
“Heating circuit relay”
→
Control Mode:
Relay Unit
→
Temperature measurement :
Te Unit
→
Channel Type:
TC
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Here, one of the channels, type “TW”, stands for temperature window. It allows the user to heat the object in
a temperature range with constant power. Beyond this range the heating will be off. This process is shown
in the following diagram:
Step 2:
Settings
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Temperature set point 1
e.g. 50 °C
→
Temperature set point 2
5 °C
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Step 3:
Settings
→
Basic
→
TCmax:
75°C
→
TCmin
30°C
→
TLmax :
70°C
→
TCmax Alarm
Alarm and 100% power
The alarms for “TCmin”, “TLmax” and “current High Limit” are set in the same way. It is recommendable
to set the “communication alarm” at activated in order to supervise the communication interruption. The
difference between “0% and 100%” is worth noting here. For example, if you heat the cable till 60 °C
and then block the heating, the temperature will begin to drop to the ambient 25 °C, which falls below the
TC min (30°C) and so the TC min alarm is activated. At this time, if “Alarm and 0%” is set, then the cable
won’t be heated up when the heating process is restarted. The opposite applies if “Alarm and 100%” are set,
the cable will be heated when a command is given to unblock the heating. The following gives the options in
the drop-down list box for each alarm and their meanings:
Alarm and fault current
Alarm appears and fault current goes off when limit value is reached.
Alarm and 0% power
Alarm appears and heating goes off when limit value is reached.
Alarm and 25% power
Alarm appears and heating power drops to 25% of set power when limit value is reached
(SSR mode only).
Alarm and 50% power
Alarm appears and heating power drops to 50% of set power when limit value is reached
(SSR mode only).
Alarm and 75% power
Alarm appears and heating power drops to 75% of set power when limit value is reached
(SSR mode only).
Alarm and 100% power
Alarm appears and heating power stays at 100% of set power when limit value is reached
Alarm and 125% power
Alarm appears and heating power rises to 125% of set power when limit value is reached
(SSR mode only).
Step 4:
Settings
→
IU input
→
Alarm blocking
“active”
→
Heating blocked
“active”
→
TC 2 set point selection
“active”
Here in “IU input”, required functions of “control inputs” and “alarms Inputs” can be activated by setting the
“Planet-ID” and “Channel” for DI modules.
Step 5:
Settings
→
Input
→
TC (control)
“active”
→
TL (Limit)
“active”
Set device´s (DI, DO, TI) position numbers and channels to enable the inputs and outputs. With these you
can get different functions for the MC32 channels.
Temperature inputs: - Tc: Measuring control temperature
- Tl: Measuring limit temperature
- Ta: Measuring channel of temperature, no controls
Step 6:
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→
Output
→
Heating
“active”
→
TL alarm
“active”
“Heating active” enables the DO module to control the “heating circuit relay”. For other functions see chapter 7.3.
From here, the “heating circuit relay” should start heating. In “Menu I/O status” under “OU output” the indicating lamp for “heating” turns from dark green to bright green till the “heating circuit relay” reaches the set
control temperature 50°C in this case, for example. From here the heating process can be influenced via the
DI module input signals, such as blocking the heating, setting the temperature at set point 2 and so on. And
the corresponding indicating lamps under “control input” should turn to bright green.
The following diagram shows the temperature curve to make this process easier to understand.
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8.2. SSR Control Mode (TRIAC)
The “SSR (TRIAC) Unit” control unit can control the cable and change its power from 10% to 95 %.Connect
the device in accordance with the structure in chapter 6.3 and the following settings can be made then.
Step 1:
Settings
→
Basic
→
Name:
“Heating circuit SSR”
→
Control Mode:
SSR (TRIAC) unit
→
Temperature measurement :
SSR (TRIAC) unit
→
Channel type:
TC
→
ID:
e.g.10
→
Integration time:
0 min
→
Initial power:
10%
As mentioned, the ID must be set individually among both disabled and activated TRIAC devices. Set
“Channel Type” the same way as “Relay mode” as required. The explanation of the channel type is to be found
in chapter 7.3. TW is specially referred to as “Temperature Window”. It allows the user to control the object in
a temperature range with variable power. This window mode is only beneficial if the user uses the SSR control
mode (TRIAC). The following picture shows the basic principle of the TW mode:
At a high temperature, the device delivers correspondingly low power, and vice versa. The T high limit is
“temperature set point 1” and T low limit is “temperature set point 2” in the heating menu. The user can also
set the initial power, namely the power low limit (here 10%). The high limit for the power is the one the user
has programmed in the heating menu.
Step 2:
Settings
→
Heating
→
Temperature set point 1
e.g. 50 °C
→
Temperatureset point 2
5°C
Type
copper
connection
1-phase
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There is one drop-down list box for cable type. It enables the user to select from the available cables or
choose another resistor. If “other resistor” is chosen, only the “Resistance” and “Heating power” must be
given. For “Self-Regulating” only “length” needs to be entered. For this type of cable, the power always stays
at 100%. By comparison, all other cables can change power from 10% to 95% by setting “Power” in the
menu. The following table shows the requirement in the “heating” menu.
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Resistance [ohm] Heating power [kW]
Resistivity [ohm/m] Length [m]
Power [w/m]
Copper
Required
Required
Required
Cooper and plastic
Required
Required
Required
Cooper and nickel
Required
Required
Required
AISI
Required
Required
Required
Inconel
Required
Required
Required
Teflon
Required
Required
Required
Other resistor
Required
Required
Self-regulating
Required
Self-limiting
Required
Required
Required
Other cable
Required
Required
Required
“Actual power” “Power range” is the calculated power output range from 10% to 95% according to the given
data. The user can set the “Power” in the “power range”. If the user drops below or exceeds this range, it will
change the value to 10% or 95% automatically. For example, a copper cable with 10 ohm/m and 100 meter
length has been used at 230 volt. The calculated power range appears in the touch panel from 0.05 W/m to
0.53 W/m. At this time, the user can vary the “Power” W/m, e.g. go to 0.3 W/m, which corresponds to 56%
of the 0.53 W/m. The LED twinkling speed on the front panel of the TR module provides a direct proportional
indication of the control percentage. If the LED glows constantly, the device´s power feed is 100%.
In “Control Parameters” the results based on the given data are shown.
Control % [-]:
Power output percentage of the peak power
Resistance/Phase [ohm]:
Total resistance of each phase
Ppeak [kW]:
Peak power output, which is equal to the multiplication of “length” and the right number
of “power range”
Peak power [A]:
Current value at peak power output
Prms [kW]:
Actual power output, which is equal to the multiplication of “length” and “power”
RMS current [A]:
Current value at actual power output
9.Servicing, Maintenance and Repairs
The device is maintenance-free. Don’t open and repair devices yourself. Only the manufacturer may repair
the device.
10.Applied standards
Electric safety: EN 60529:1991, EN 61010-1:2001
EMC: EN 61000-6-2: 2005, EN 61000-6-4: 2007
11. Service Address
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