E5AK Digital Controller (Programmable Type) User`s Manual

E5AK Digital Controller (Programmable Type) User`s Manual
Digital Controller
(Programmable Type)
User's Manual
Cat. No. H088-E1-02
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Preface
The E5AK-T is a high-performance programmable digital controller. The E5AK-T
allows the user to carry out the following:
• Set program patterns to each step by time or ramp rise rate
• Execute advance, hold and reset step operations
• Execute continuous operation of all patterns and repeated operation of same patterns
• Check the start of each step or program end time by signals.
• Count time from the beginning of each step (time signal)
• Select from many types of temperature and analog input (multi-input)
• Support position-proportional control (position-proportional type controllers only)
• Select output functions such as control output or alarm output (output assignment)
• Use the HBA (heater burnout alarm) function (standard type controllers only)
• Monitor the control loop by LBA (Loop Break Alarm)
• Use the communications function
• Calibrate input or transfer output
• The E5AK-T also features a watertight construction (NEMA4: equivalent to
IP66).
This User’s Manual describes how to use the E5AK-T.
Before using your E5AK-T thoroughly read and understand this manual in order to
ensure correct use.
Also, store this manual in a safe place so that it can be retrieved whenever necessary.
PRECAUTIONS IN USING THE PRODUCT
When the product is used under the circumstances or environment below, ensure
adherence to limitations of the ratings and functions. Also, take countermeasures
for safety precautions such as fail-safe installations.
(1) Use under circumstances or environments which are not described in this user’s manual.
(2) Use for nuclear power control, railway, air craft, vehicle, incinerator, medical equipment, entertainment equipment, safety device, etc.
(3) Use for applications where death or serious property damage is possible and extensive safety
precautions are required.
About this manual
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(2) Moreover, because OMRON is constantly striving to improve its high-quality products, the information in
this manual is subject to change without notice.
(3) Every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this manual. Nevertheless, if you find any errors or
omissions, please contact the branch of OMRON or sales office listed at the end of this manual, and inform
them of the catalog No. on the front cover.
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Conventions Used in This Manual
J Meanings of Abbreviations
Sometimes the following abbreviations are used in parameter names, figures and in text explanations. These abbreviations mean the following:
Symbol
Term
PV
Process value
SP
LBA
(Present) set point *1
Loop break alarm
HB
Heater burnout
AT
Auto-tuning
EU
Engineering unit *2
*1 In program pattern diagrams, the present SP is indicated.
*2 _C, m, g and other units are indicated for scaled data. However, “EU” is used as the minimum unit for the data. For example, for “50.02 (m)”, 1EU is taken as the minimum unit
0.01 (m).
J How to Read Display Symbols
The following tables show the correspondence between the symbols displayed on the displays
and alphabet characters.
A B C D E F G H I
J K L M
N O P Q R S T U V WX Y Z
J “Reference” mark
This mark indicates that extra, useful information follows, such as supplementary explanations and how to apply functions.
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J How This Manual is Organized
Purpose
Title
Description
D Learning about the gener- Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
al features of the E5AK-T
This chapter describes the features of the E5AK-T, names of
parts, and typical functions.
D Setting up
Chapter 2
TIONS
PREPARA-
This chapter describes the operations that you must carry
out (e.g. installation, wiring and
switch settings) before you can
use the E5AK-T.
D Basic E5AK-T operations
Chapter 3
TION
Chapter 5
BASIC OPERA- These chapters describe using
basic control examples how to
PARAMETERS use the front panel keys and
how to view the display when
setting the parameters of the
major functions for the E5AK-T.
D Applied
tions
E5AK-T
opera- Chapter 4 APPLIED OPERATION
Chapter 5
PARAMETERS
These chapters describes the
important functions of the
E5AK-T and how to use the parameters for making full use of
the E5AK-T.
D Using a Position-propor- Chapter 4 APPLIED OPERATION
tional type controller
/4.1 Selecting the Control
This chapter describes how to
use the functions related specifically to position-proportional
type controllers.
D Communications with a Chapter 6 USING THE
COMMUNICATIONS
host computer
FUNCTION
This chapter mainly describes
how to use the communications
commands, and gives program
examples.
Method
D Calibration
Chapter 7
D Troubleshooting
Chapter 8 TROUBLESHOOTING
CALIBRATION This chapter describes how the
user should calibrate the
E5AK-T.
This chapter describes what to
do if any problems occur.
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PRECAUTIONS ON SAFETY
F Marks For Ensuring Safe Use and Their Meanings
This manual uses the following marks to indicate precautions for ensuring that the
E5AK-T is used safely.
The precautions indicated below describe important information regarding safety.
Be sure to follow the instructions described in these precautions.
WARNING
Incorrect handling may cause death or injury.
WARNING
Do not touch the terminals while the power is
ON.
This may cause an electric shock.
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NOTICE
Be sure to observe these precautions to ensure safe use.
F Do not use the product in places where explosive or flammable gases may be present.
F Never disassemble, repair or modify the product.
F Tighten the terminal screws properly.
F Use the specified size of solderless terminals for wiring.
F Use the product within the rated supply voltage.
F Use the product within the rated load.
F The life expectancy of the output relay varies considerably according to its switching capacity
and operating conditions. Be sure to use the output relay within its rated load and electrical life
expectancy. If the output relay is used beyond its life expectancy, its contacts may become fused or
burned.
F If you remove the controller from its case, never touch nor apply shock to the electronic parts
inside.
F Do not cover the E5AK-T. (Ensure sufficient space around the controller to allow heat radiation.)
F Do not use the controller in the following places:
• Places subject to icing, condensation, dust, corrosive gas (especially sulfide gas or ammonia gas).
• Places subject vibration and large shocks.
• Places subject to splashing liquid or oil atmosphere.
• Places subject to intense temperature changes.
• Places subject to heat radiation from a furnace.
F Be sure to wire properly with correct polarity of terminals.
F When wiring input or output lines to your controller, keep the following points in mind to reduce
the influence from inductive noise:
• Allow adequate space between the high voltage/current power lines and the input/output lines.
• Avoid parallel or common wiring with high voltage sources and power lines carrying large currents.
• Using separating pipes, ducts, and shielded line is also useful in protecting the controller, and its
lines from inductive noise.
F Cleaning: Do not use paint thinner or organic solvents. Use standard grade alcohol to clean the
product.
F Use a voltage (100 to 240 VAC at 50 to 60 Hz). At power ON, the prescribed voltage level must be
attained within two seconds.
F Allow as much space as possible between the controller and devices that generate a powerful high
frequency (high-frequency welders, high-frequency sewing machines, etc.) or surge. These devices
may cause malfunctions.
F If there is a large power-generating peripheral device and any of its lines near the controller, attach a surge suppressor or noise filter to the device to stop the noise affecting the controller system. In particular, motors, transformers, solenoids and magnetic coils have an inductance component, and therefore can generate very strong noise.
F When mounting a noise filter on the power supply to the controller, be sure to first check the filter’s voltage and current capacity, and then mount the filter as close as possible to the controller.
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F Use within the following temperature and humidity ranges:
• Temperature: -10_C to 55_C, humidity: 35%RH to 85%RH (with no icing or condensation)
If the controller is installed inside a control board, the ambient temperature must be kept to under 55_C, including the temperature around the controller.
If the controller is subjected to heat radiation, use a fan to cool the surface of the controller to
under 55_C.
F Store within the following temperature and humidity ranges:
• Temperature: -25_C to 65_C, humidity: 35%RH to 85%RH (with no icing or condensation)
F Never place heavy objects on, or apply pressure to the controller that may cause it to deform and
deteriorate during use or storage.
F Avoid using the controller in places near a radio, television set, or wireless installation. These
devices can cause radio disturbances which adversely affect the performance of the controller.
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Table of Contents
Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I
Conventions Used in This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . II
Precautions on Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1--1
This chapter introduces the names of parts on the E5AK-T and their functions.
For details on how to use the controller and parameter settings, see Chapter 2
onwards.
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
Names of parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Input and Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parameters and Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About the Communications Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1--2
1--5
1--8
1--9
1--12
1--13
CHAPTER 2 PREPARATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2--1
This chapter describes the operations (e.g. setup, installation and wiring) you
should carry out before turning the E5AK-T ON.
2.1 Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.2 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3 Wiring Terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2--2
2--5
2--8
CHAPTER 3 BASIC OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3--1
This chapter describes actual examples for understanding the basic operation of
the E5AK-T.
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
Convention Used in this Chapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Input Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Output Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Alarm Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Patterns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Protect Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Starting and Stopping Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting Control Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3--2
3--4
3--7
3--10
3--14
3--19
3--21
3--22
CHAPTER 4 APPLIED OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4--1
This chapter describes each of the parameters required for making full use of the
features of the E5AK-T.
Read this chapter while referring to the parameter descriptions in chapter 5.
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
Selecting the Control Method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating Condition Restrictions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ramp Rise Rate Setup Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4--2
4--7
4--9
4--13
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4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
Wait Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Running Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Use Event Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Use the Heater Burnout Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LBA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Use Transfer Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4--16
4--17
4--19
4--21
4--23
4--26
4--28
CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5--1
This chapter describes the parameters of the E5AK-T.
Use this chapter as a reference guide.
Conventions Used in this Chapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Protect Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Level 0 Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Level 1 Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Level 2 Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Expansion Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Option Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calibration Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5--2
5--3
5--5
5--6
5--11
5--17
5--24
5--30
5--38
5--46
5--52
CHAPTER 6 USING THE COMMUNICATIONS FUNCTION . .
6--1
This chapter mainly describes communications with a host computer and communications commands.
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
Outline of the Communications Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preparing for Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Command Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Commands and Responses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Read Communications Error Information . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6--2
6--3
6--5
6--7
6--15
6--17
CHAPTER 7 CALIBRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7--1
This chapter describes procedures for each calibration operation.
Read this chapter only when the controller must be calibrated.
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
Parameter Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calibrating Thermocouples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calibrating Platinum Resistance Thermometers . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calibrating Current Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calibrating Voltage Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7--2
7--4
7--7
7--9
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7.6 Checking Indication Accuracy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7--12
CHAPTER 8 TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8--1
This chapter describes how to find out and remedy the cause if the E5AK-T does
not function properly.
Remedy E5AK-T trouble in the order of the descriptions in this chapter
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
Initial Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Use the Error Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Use the Error Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking Operation Restrictions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8--2
8--3
8--5
8--6
APPENDIX
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A--2
ABOUT CURRENT TRANSFORMER (CT) . . . A--5
CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A--6
SETTING LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A--8
MODEL LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A--12
PARAMETER OPERATIONS LIST . . . . . . . . . . A--13
ASCII CODE LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A--15
INDEX
REVISION HISTORY
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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
1
CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
This chapter introduces the names of parts on the E5AK-T and their
functions.
For details on how to use the controller and parameter settings, see
Chapter 2 onwards.
1.1 Names of parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-2
Main parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-2
Front panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-2
About the displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-3
How to use keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-4
1.2 Input and Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-5
Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-5
Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-6
1.3 Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-8
How programs are structured . . . . . . . . . . .
1-8
Program operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-8
Alarm output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-8
Program output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-8
1.4 Parameters and Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-9
Parameter types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-9
Selecting modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-10
Selecting parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-11
Fixing settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-11
1.5 About the Communications Function . . . .
1-12
1.6 About Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-13
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1.1 Names of parts
J Main parts
Terminals
P 2-6
Rear case
Front panel
This page
J Front panel
Program state indicators
No.1 display
Pattern No.
Bar graph
Operation status indicators
OUT1
SUB1
MANU
HOLD
WAIT
Run/Reset key
RUN/RST
1--2
No.2 display
OUT2
SUB2
RMT
RST
AT
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Display key
Down key
Up key
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1.1 Names of parts
J About the displays
F No.1 display
Displays the process value or parameter symbols.
F No.2 display
Displays the set point, manipulated variable or parameter settings.
F Pattern No.
Displays pattern No..
F Program status
indicators
Indicate how the present-SP of the operating step changes.
F Operation status
indicators
• OUT1
Lights when the pulse output function assigned to “control output 1”
is ON.
• OUT2
Lights when the pulse output function assigned to “control output 2”
is ON.
• SUB1
Lights when the pulse output function assigned to “auxiliary output
1” is ON.
• SUB2
Lights when the pulse output function assigned to “auxiliary output
2” is ON.
• MANU
Lights in the manual operation mode.
• RST
Lights when the control is in reset status.
• RMT
Lights during remote operation.
• HOLD
Lights when the program is in hold status.
• WAIT
Lights when the program is in wait status.
• AT
Flashes during auto-tuning.
F Bar graph
• This bar graph indicates how much of the pattern has elapsed in 20%
increments (five stages) per single segment.
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J How to use keys
F
F
F
RUN/RST
key
key
key
The following describes basic key operations.
To change to run operation from the reset status, press this key for one
second minimum.
To change to the reset status from run operation, press this key for two
seconds minimum.
The functions of this key change according to how long it is pressed. If
the key is pressed for less than one second, the parameters are switched.
If the key is pressed for one second minimum, the menu display appears. In key operations from here on, “press the key” refers to pressing
the key for less than one second.
For details on switching of parameters and menu display items, see
page 1-10.
key increments or advances the values or settings on
Each press of
the No.2 display, while each press of the
key decrements or returns
the values or settings on the No.2 display.
Functions vary, for example, when the
taneously with the
RUN/RST
key is held down simul-
key, or a key is held down continuously. For de-
tails, see page 1-10. Also, chapters 3 and 4 describe examples using various key combinations.
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1.2 Input and Output
1.2 Input and Output
Temperature input
Voltage input
Current input
Controller
Control output
(heat)
Control output
(cool)
Alarm 1
CT input
Potentiometer
Control output 1
Alarm 2
Control output 2
Auxiliary output 1
Alarm 3
HBA
Auxiliary output 2
LBA
Event input
Time signal 1
Transfer output
Time signal 2
Program end
Stage output
Error 1
Error 2
J Input
The E5AK-T supports the following inputs:
Temperature input, Current input, Voltage input, CT input/potentiometer, and Event input.
F Temperature input/Voltage input/Current input
• Only one of temperature input, current input and voltage input can
be selected and connected to the controller.
• The following input sensors can be connected for temperature input:
Thermocouple: K, J, T, E, L, U, N, R, S, B, W, PLII
Platinum resistance thermometer: JPt100, Pt100
• The following currents can be connected for current input:
4 to 20 mA, 0 to 20 mA
• The following voltages can be connected for voltage input:
1 to 5 VDC, 0 to 5 VDC, 0 to 10 VDC
F CT input/Potentiometer
• Connect CT input when using the HBA (heater burnout alarm) function on a standard type controller (E5AK-TAA2). Note that CT input
cannot be used when the linear output unit is mounted.
• Connect the potentiometer when monitoring the valve opening on a
position-proportional type controller (E5AK-TPRR2).
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F Event input
Add on the input unit (E53-CKB) when using event input. You can select from the following six event inputs:
Run/Reset, Remote/Local, Auto/Manual, Hold/Hold Cancel, Advance,
Pattern
J Output
The output functions of the E5AK-T do not operate for five seconds after the
E5AK-T is turned ON.
The E5AK-T supports the following five outputs:
Control output 1
Control output 2
Auxiliary output 1
Auxiliary output 2
Transfer output
When using control output 1 and 2, set the output unit (sold separately). Nine output units are available to suit the output circuit configuration.
When using transfer output, add on the communication unit
(E53-AKF).
F Output assignments
• The E5AK-T supports the following thirteen output functions:
Control output (heat), Control output (cool), Alarms 1 to 3, HBA,
LBA, Time Signals 1 and 2, Program End, Stage Output,
Error 1 (input error), Error 2 (A/D converter error)
• Assign these output functions to control output 1, control output 2,
auxiliary output 1, and auxiliary output 2.
However, note that as control output 1 is used as the open output and
control output 2 is used as close output on a position-proportional
type controller (E5AK-TPRR2), control outputs 1 and 2 cannot be
used as assignment destinations. Also, of the output functions, control
output (heat), control output (cool), HBA and LBA are disabled.
• On a standard type controller, there are restrictions on how assignment destinations (control output 1, control output 2, auxiliary output 1, and auxiliary output 2) can be used. For details, see Chapter 3
Basic Operation/3.3 Setting Output Specifications (page 3-7).
• In the example on the previous page, “control output (heat)” is assigned to “control output 1”, “alarm 1” is assigned to “control output
2”, and “alarm 2” is assigned to “auxiliary output 1”. Accordingly, the
configuration is such that heating control output is connected to control output 1, and alarm output is connected to control output 2 and
auxiliary output 1.
• Control outputs 1 and 2 are used depending on the differences in control method as follows:
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1.2 Input and Output
Control Method
F Transfer output
Model
Control Output 1/
Control Output 2
Standard control
E5AK-TAA2 AC100-240
E5AK-TAA2 AC/DC24
Control output (heat)
/ Alarm, etc.
Heating and
cooling control
E5AK-TAA2 AC100-240
E5AK-TAA2 AC/DC24
Control output (heat)
/ Control output (cool)
Position-proportional control
E5AK-TPRR2 AC100-240 Open/Close
E5AK-TPRR2 AC/DC24
• The E5AK-T supports the following five transfer outputs:
Set point, Process value, Heating side manipulated variable,
Cooling side manipulated variable, Valve opening
However, note that heating/cooling side manipulated variables can be
output only on standard type controllers, and valve opening can be output only on position-proportional type controllers.
• These transfer outputs can be output after being scaled. Setting of an
upper limit value smaller than the lower limit value is allowed, so reverse scaling can also be carried out.
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1.3 Program
J How
programs
are structured
E5AK-T allows you to configure programs made up of a maximum of
eight patterns (pattern 0 to 7).
The number of steps (16 maximum) in each pattern can be specified in
parameters.
Pattern 7
Pattern 1
Pattern 0
Step 0
Step 1
Step 2
Step 15
• Generally, the “time setup method” is used to configure programs. By
this method, set points at each step and time are used as program elements. However, the “ramp rise rate setup method” can also be used.
By this method, the set point, ramp time and soak times are used as
program elements.
J Program
tion
opera-
• Generally, the target patterns are specified before the program is
executed.
• In parameter setup, you can specify repeated execution of the same
pattern (Repeat) or consecutive execution of all patterns 0 to 7 (Run
all).
F Step operation
• During program operation, steps can be skipped (Advance) and the
control monitoring can be paused (Hold).
F Wait operation
• When the wait width is specified in parameter setup, the program
does not go to the next step and waits until the PV reaches the specified time (wait width) at the end of each step.
J Alarm output
• Alarms that are assigned as outputs operate referenced to the alarm
values preset to each pattern.
J Program output
• Time signals, program end and stage output can be output according
to output assignment.
• ON/OFF signals are output as time signals according to the timer
that takes a specified step as its start point.
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1.4 Parameters and Menus
J Parameter types
E5AK-T parameters are distributed between the following ten modes:
Protect mode
Manual mode
Level 0 mode
Program mode
Level 1 mode
Level 2 mode
Setup mode
Expansion mode
Option mode
Calibration mode
The settings of parameters in each of eight modes (excluding the protect
mode and manual mode) can be checked and modified by selection on
the menu display.
F Protect mode
The protect function is for preventing unwanted modification of parameters, and switching between run and reset operation or auto and
manual operation.
F Manual mode
In this mode, the controller can be switched to manual operation. The
manipulated variable can be manipulated manually only in this mode.
F Level 0 mode
Set the controller to this mode during normal operation. In this mode,
you can change the set point and pattern during operation, and execute
step operation (e.g. advance). You can only monitor (not change) the
process value, step No., standby time, pattern elapsing time, pattern
execution count and manipulated variable.
F Program mode
This is the programming mode. In this mode, you can set the number of
steps used in each pattern, pattern execution count, alarm values, set
points for each step, step time, and time signals for two steps.
F Level 1 mode
This is the main mode for adjusting control. In this mode, you can
execute AT (auto-tuning), and set up the control period, PID parameters and heater burnout alarm (HBA) conditions.
F Level 2 mode
This is the auxiliary mode for adjusting control. In this mode, you can
set the parameters for limiting the manipulated variable, switch between the remote and local modes, and set the loop break alarm (LBA),
alarm hysteresis and the digital filter value of inputs.
F Setup mode
This is the mode for setting the basic specifications. In this mode, you
can set parameters that must be checked or set before operation such as
the input type, scaling, output assignments and direct/reverse operation.
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F Expansion mode
This is the mode for setting expanded functions. In this mode, you can
set SP setting limitter, switching between advanced PID control or ON/
OFF control, program time unit, selection of step time/rate of rise programming, time unit of ramp rise rate, and the time for automatic return to the monitoring display.
F Option mode
This is the mode for setting optional functions. You can select this mode
only when an option unit is mounted in the controller. In this mode,
you can set the communications conditions, transfer output and event
input parameters to match the type of option unit mount in the controller. Heater burnout alarm function and position-proportional travel
time are also located in this mode.
F Calibration mode
This mode is provided so that the user can calibrate inputs and output.
When calibrating input, the selected input type is calibrated. Whereas,
transfer output can be calibrated only when the communication unit
(E53-AKF) is set in the controller.
J Selecting modes
The following diagram shows the order in which modes are selected.
Power ON
+
1 second min.
1 second min.
Manual mode
Level 0 mode
+
1 second min.
Program mode
1 second min.
1 second min.
Level 1 mode
RUN/RST
+
RUN/RST
1 second min.
+
1 second min.
1 second min.
Level 2 mode
Protect mode
1 second min.
Setup mode
RUN/RST
+
1 second min.
1 second min.
Expansion mode
1 second min.
Option mode
1 second min.
Calibration mode
• To select the menu display in any of the above modes (excluding the
key for 1 second miniprotect mode and manual mode), press the
mum. When you have selected the menu display, the previous mode is
selected. For example, if you selected the menu display while in the
] as shown on the left.
level 0 mode, the No.2 display changes to [
• To move to the desired mode after you have entered the menu display,
keys and hold down the
select the desired mode using the
key for one second minimum. The display switches to the first
parameter of the mode that you specified.
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• Protected modes cannot be selected. Also, the menu display does not
appear when modes are protected up to the program mode.
], [
], [
] or [
] in the menu display,
• If you select [
the level 0, program, level 1 and level 2 modes, respectively, are selected.
These modes are selected with control still continuing.
][
][
] or [
] in the menu display, the
• If you select[
setup, expansion, option and calibration modes, respectively, are selected.
When these modes are selected, the control is reset. So, control outputs and auxiliary output are turned OFF. When another mode is selected while in these modes control, reset is canceled.
• To set the controller to the protect mode or to return to the level 0
mode from the protect mode, press the
RUN/RST
key and the
key
simultaneously for 1 second minimum.
• To set the controller to the manual mode, press the
key for one
key held down in the level 0 to 2
second minimum with the
modes. To return to the level 0 mode in the manual mode, press the
key for one second minimum with the
key pressed. Be sure
key first in this operation.
to press the
J Selecting
parameters
• When the controller is not in the manual mode, each press of the
key switches the parameter in the respective mode.
Parameter
1
J Fixing settings
Parameter
2
Parameter
3
Parameter
n
• If you press the
key when at the final parameter, the display returns to the top parameter for the current mode.
• When you change parameter settings or contents, specify the parameor
keys, and either leave the setting for at least
ter using the
key. This fixes the setting.
two seconds or press the
• When another mode is selected, the content of the parameters before
the mode was selected is fixed.
• When you turn the power OFF, you must first fix the settings and pakey or selecting another
rameter contents (by pressing the
mode). The settings and parameter contents are sometimes not
or
keys.
changed by merely pressing the
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1.5 About the Communications Function
The E5AK-T can be provided with a communications function that allows you to check and set controller parameters from a host computer.
If the communications function is required, add on the communications
unit.
For details on the communications function, refer to Chapter 6.
F RS-232C
When using the communications function on the RS-232C interface,
add on the communications unit (E53-AK01).
F RS-422
When using the communications function on the RS-422 interface, add
on the communications unit (E53-AK02).
F RS-485
When using the communications function on the RS-485 interface, add
on the communications unit (E53-AK03).
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1.6 About Calibration
The E5AK-T controller is calibrated before shipment from the factory.
So, the user need not calibrate the E5AK-T controller during regular
use.
However, if the E5AK-T controller must be calibrated by the user, use
the parameters provided for the user to calibrate temperature input,
analog input (voltage, current) and transfer output. In this case, note
that the results of calibration will not be assured.
Also, note that calibration data is updated to the latest value each time
that the E5AK-T controller is calibrated. Calibration data set before
shipment from the factory cannot be returned to after calibration by
the user.
F Calibrating
inputs
The input type selected in parameters is the item to be calibrated. The
E5AK-T is provided with the following four calibration parameters:
• Thermocouple
• Platinum resistance thermometer
• Current input
• Voltage input
Two parameters are provided for thermocouple and voltage input.
F Calibrating transfer output
Transfer output also can be calibrated when the communications unit
(E53-AKF) is added on.
F Registering calibration data
When calibrating each item, the calibration data is temporarily registered. This data can be registered as final calibration data only when all
items have been newly calibrated. So, all items must be temporarily
registered when the E5AK-T controller is calibrated.
When registering data, information regarding whether or not calibration has been carried out is also registered.
To calibrate these items, the user must prepare separate measuring devices and equipment. For details on handling these measuring devices
and equipment, refer to the respective manuals.
For details, see Chapter 7 Calibration.
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CHAPTER 2 PREPARATIONS
2
CHAPTER 2
PREPARATIONS
This chapter describes the operations (e.g. setup, installation and
wiring) you should carry out before turning the E5AK-T ON.
2.1 Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2
Draw-out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2
Setting up the output unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-3
Setting up the option unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-4
2.2 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-5
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-5
Panel cutout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-5
Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-6
2.3 Wiring Terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-8
Terminal arrangement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-8
Precautions when wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-8
Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-8
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2.1 Setup
• On a standard type controller, set up the output units for control outputs 1 and 2 before mounting the controller.
• On a position-proportional type controller, the relay output unit is
already mounted. So, this setup operation is unnecessary. (That is, do
not replace the currently mounted unit with other output units.)
• When setting up the output units, draw out the internal mechanism
from the housing, and insert the output units into the sockets for control outputs 1 and 2.
J Draw-out
When drawing out the internal mechanism from the housing, prepare a
Phillips screwdriver matched to the size of the screw on the lower part
of the front panel.
(1) Press down on the hook on the top of the front panel, and turn the
Phillips screwdriver to the left to loosen the screw on the lower
part of the front panel.
(2) Draw out the internal mechanism towards you holding both sides
of the front panel.
Fixing Screw for
Front Panel
2--2
Tighten this screw by a torque of 0.3 to 0.5 N⋅m (approx. 3 to 5 kgf⋅cm).
E5AK
2.1 Setup
J Setting up the output unit
F Before setup
• Check the type of the output unit you are about to set up.
• For details on types of output unit and main specifications, see page
2-7.
F Procedure
(1) Check the positions of the sockets you are about to insert the output units into as shown in the following diagram.
OUT1
OUT2
Bracket
(2) Insert the output unit for control output 1 into the socket “OUT1”
and the output unit for control output 2 into the socket “OUT2”.
(3) Fasten the output units with the bracket (accessory).
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J Setting up the option unit
F Before setup
• Check the type of the option unit you are about to set up.
• For details on types of option unit and main specifications, see Appendix, Model List (page A-12) and Appendix, Option Unit Ratings and
Characteristics (page A-4).
• For details on the relationship between units and terminals, see page
2-8.
F Procedure
(1) Remove the power board and option boards in the order shown in
the following diagram.
2
1
(2) Insert the option units into the sockets for options 1 to 3. The following diagram shows the relationship between option units and
mounting positions.
Option 2
E53--AKF: Transfer output
Option 1
E53--AKB: Event inputs 1/2
E53--AK01: RS--232C
E53--AK02: RS--422
E53--AK03: RS--485
Option 3
E53--AKB: Event inputs 3/4
(3) Mount the option boards and the power board in the order shown.
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2.2 Installation
2.2 Installation
J Dimensions
13.5
100
91
j
112
96j
J Panel cutout
110 min.
Unit (mm)
120 min.
92
+0.8
0
• Recommended panel thickness is 1 to 8
mm.
92
+0.8
0
• Maintain the specified vertical and horizontal mounting space between each
controller.
Controllers must not be closely mounted
vertically or horizontally.
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J Mounting
(1) Insert the E5AK-T controller into the mounting hole in the panel.
(2) Fit the mounting bracket (accessory) into the fixing slots on the top
and bottom of the rear case.
(3) Tighten the mounting bracket screws alternately a little at a time
until the ratchet starts to slide.
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F Setting up the terminal covers
• Fasten the terminal covers (E53-COV0809) to protect terminals.
• E5AK-VV2-500 controller is provided with terminal covers.
• Use E53-COV09 for terminals 1 to 10, and E53-COV08 for terminals
11 to 33.
• Fasten the terminal covers as follows by using the snap pins.
E5AK-T
E53-COV0809
• To remove the terminal covers, pull the edges of the snap pins.
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2.3 Wiring Terminals
J Terminal arrangement
SOURCE
OUT1
OUT2
SUB1
SUB2
10
9
TRSF
30 31 32 20
19
29
8
28
18
7
27
17
6
26
16
25
15
4
24
14
3
23
13
2
22
21 33
12
5
1
EV3/4
11
EV1/2
RS232C
RS422
RS485
CT
PTMR
TC
Pt
I
V
TRSF
: Transfer output
EV1 to 4 : Event inputs
PTMR
: Potentiometer
SOURCE : 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz 16VA or 24VAC/DC, 50/60 Hz, 12VA 8W
J Precautions
when wiring
• On some models, terminals are not used and are left free. Do not wire
these terminals.
• Separate input leads and power lines in order to protect the controller
and its lines from external noise.
• We recommend using solderless terminals when wiring the controller.
• Tighten the terminal screws using a torque no greater than 0.78 N¡m
(8kgf¡cm).
• Use the following type of solderless terminals for M3.5 screws.
7.2mm max.
7.2mm max.
J Wiring
In the following wiring diagrams, the left side of the terminal Nos. indicates the inside of the controller.
F Power supply
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
2--8
30 31 32
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21 33
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
• Input power to terminals Nos. 9 and 10. Power specifications are as follows:
100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, approx. 16 VA
or
24 VAC, 50/60 Hz, approx. 12 VA
24 VDC, 8W
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2.3 Wiring Terminals
F Sensor input
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
30 31 32
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21 33
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
F Control output
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
30 31 32
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21 33
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
• Connect the sensor input to terminal Nos. 11 to 14 and 33 as follows
according to the input type.
14
14
14
13
13
13
12
12
11
11
-
12
11
33
+
Thermocouple
33
+
14
V
13
11 mA
33
Platinum
resistance
thermometer
-
12
-
33 +
Voltage input
Current input
• Terminal Nos. 7 and 8 are for control output 1 (OUT1), and terminal
Nos. 5 and 6 are for control output 2 (OUT2). The following diagrams
show the available output units and their internal equalizing circuits.
8 6
+v
8 6
8 6
+
+v
8 6
+
L
7 5
7 5
Relay
SSR
E53-R
E53-S
8 6
+
mA
8 6
GND
GND
NPN
E53-Q
E53-Q3
+
V
L
7 5 -
L
7 5 PNP
E53-Q4
L
7 5
7 5 -
4 to 20mA/0 to 20mA
0 to 10V/0 to 5V
E53-C3
E53-C3D
E53-V34
E53-V35
• With E53-Vjj output units, about 2 V is output for one second after
the power is interrupted.
• The following table shows the specifications for each output unit.
Model
Output Type
Output Mode
Specifications
E53-R
Relay
Pulse
250 VAC, 5 A
E53-S
SSR
Pulse
75 to 250 VAC, 1 A
E53-Q
E53-Q3
E53-Q4
Voltage (NPN)
Voltage (NPN)
Voltage (PNP)
Pulse
Pulse
Pulse
NPN : 12 VDC, 40 mA (with short-circuit protection)
NPN : 24 VDC, 20 mA (with short-circuit protection)
PNP : 24 VDC, 20 mA (with short-circuit protection)
E53-C3
E53-C3D
4 to 20 mA
0 to 20 mA
Linear
Linear
4 to 20 mA, Permissible load impedance: 600 Ω max., Resolution: Approx. 2600
0 to 20 mA, Permissible load impedance: 600 Ω max., Resolution: Approx. 2600
E53-V34
E53-V35
0 to 10 V
0 to 5 V
Linear
Linear
0 to 10 VDC, Permissible load impedance: 1 kΩ min., Resolution: Approx. 2600
0 to 5 VDC, Permissible load impedance: 1 kΩ min., Resolution: Approx. 2600
• With E5AK-TPRR2 controllers, relay output (250 VAC, 1A) is fixed.
When the output unit is replaced, use the E53-R. The following diagrams show the relationship between terminals and open/close relay
terminal settings.
8
6
7
5
Open
Close
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F Auxiliary output
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
30 31 32
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21 33
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
F CT input/
Potentiometer
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
30 31 32
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21 33
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
• Terminal Nos.3 and 4 are for auxiliary output 1 (SUB1) and terminal
Nos.1 and 2 are for auxiliary output 2 (SUB2).
• The internal equalizing circuits for the auxiliary outputs are as follows:
4
2
3
Auxiliary
output 1
1
Auxiliary
output 2
• Output specifications are as follows:
SPST-NO, 250 VAC, 3 A
• When the HBA function on an E5AK-TAA2 controller is used, connect
CT input (CT) to terminal Nos.15 and 17. When monitoring the valve
opening on an E5AK-TPRR2 controller, connect the potentiometer
(PTMR) to terminal Nos.15 to 17. Connect each of these inputs as follows:
17
16
17
CT
16
15
CT input
15
O
W
C
Potentiometer
• For details on CT inputs, see Appendix, About Current Transformer
(CT) Input (page A-5).
• For details on the potentiometer, see the Instruction Manual for the
valve connected to the controller.
The meaning of terminal symbols is as follows:
O: OPEN, W: WIPE, C: CLOSE
The variable resistance range is 100 Ω to 2.5 kΩ.
About Isolation
The E5AK-T has independent power supplies
for each of the terminal blocks shown on the
right.
A
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
B
E
F
2--10
B
C
C
30 31 32
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21 33
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
D
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2.3 Wiring Terminals
F Event input
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
30 31 32
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21 33
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
• Connect event inputs 1 and 2 (EV1/2) to terminal Nos.18 to 20, and
event events 3 and 4 (EV3/4) to terminal Nos.24 to 26. However, note
that terminal Nos.18 to 20 cannot be used on controllers supporting
the communications function.
• Connect the event inputs as follows:
EV1
20
EV2
19
+
+
EV3
26
EV4
25
+
+
COM 18 COM 24 Event input 3 and 4
Event input 1 and 2
Terminal Nos.18 and 24 (COM) are connected internally.
• Use event inputs under the following conditions:
Contact input
ON: 1 kΩ max., OFF: 100 kΩ min.
No-contact input
ON: residual voltage 1.5 V max.,
OFF: leakage current 0.1 mA max.
• Polarities during no-contact input are as follows:
EV1
20
EV2
19
+
+
COM 18
Event input 1 and 2
F Transfer output
EV3
26
EV4
25
+
+
COM 24
Event input 3 and 4
• Connect transfer output (TRSF) to terminal Nos. 29 and 30.
• The internal equalizing circuit for transfer output is as follows:
30
+
4 to 20mA
L
29
-
• Transfer output specifications are as follows:
4 to 20 mA DC, Permissible load impedance: 600 Ω max., Resolution:
Approx. 2600
F Communications
• Terminal Nos.18 to 20, 31 and 32 can be used only on controllers that
support the communications units (E53-AK01/02/03).
• For details on wiring, see Chapter 6, Using the Communications Function.
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CHAPTER 3 BASIC OPERATION
3
CHAPTER 3
BASIC OPERATION
This chapter describes actual examples for understanding the basic
operation of the E5AK-T.
3.1 Convention Used in this Chapter . . . . . . . .
3-2
3.2 Setting Input Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-4
Input type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-4
Temperature input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-5
Analog input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-5
3.3 Setting Output Specifications . . . . . . . . . . .
3-7
Output assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-7
Direct/reverse operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-8
3-8
3.4 Setting Alarm Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-10
Alarm type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-10
Alarm value . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-10
Alarm hysteresis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-11
Close in alarm/open in alarm . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-11
3.5 Setting Patterns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-14
Pattern No. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-15
Number of steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-15
Step SP/Step time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-15
Alarm value . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-16
3.6 Protect Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-19
Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-19
Key protect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-19
3.7 Starting and Stopping Operation . . . . . . . .
3-21
3.8 Adjusting Control Operation . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-22
Changing currently running programs . . .
3-22
Manual operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Auto-tuning (A.T.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-24
3-25
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3.1 Convention Used in this Chapter
This chapter describes basic E5AK-T operations such as how to set up
parameters, start and stop operation, and adjust control operation.
For more complex control examples, refer to Chapter 4 Applied Operation and Chapter 5 Parameters.
F Basic Operation
Flow
The following diagram shows the basic flow of operation.
Power ON
Setup
Setting input specifications
Setting output specifications
Setting alarm output
Setting patterns
Protecting parameters
Operation
Start
Adjustment
Stop
Power OFF
The descriptions in this chapter follow the order of basic operations
shown in the flow above. Examples of operation of each of the items are
described up to completion of parameter setup. However, you must
move to the top parameter of the following setting. For example, when
you have finished “setting input specifications” and you want to “set
output specifications,” move to the top parameter of “setting output
specifications” from the bottom parameter of “setting input specifications.”
For details on moving to parameters between items, refer Chapter, Selecting modes and Selecting parameters (page 1-10).
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3.1 Convention Used in this Chapter
F Setup examples
This description assumes that the controller is operated under the following conditions.
• A K thermocouple is used as the input.
• Control output (heat), alarm 1 and alarm 2 functions are assigned to
“control output 1,” “control output 2” and auxiliary output 1, respectively. Of these, only control output 1 and auxiliary output 1 are used.
• The relay output unit is mounted at control output 1.
• The upper-limit alarm is set as alarm 2. The alarm is output when the
temperature exceeds 10_C with respect to the PV.
• The program is made up of one pattern comprising four steps.
• The following figures show terminal wiring and the program used in
the setting examples.
Temperature sensor:
K thermocouple
Control target
AC100-240V
10
9
OUT1
SUB1
Alarm 2 (upper limit)
(alarm value=10°C)
30 31 32 20
19
29
8
28
18
7
27
17
6
26
16
5
25
15
4
24
14
3
23
13
2
22
21 33
12
1
E5AK-TAAjj
(Control output 1: E53-R)
-
11
4 to 20mA
+
SP
100
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Pattern 0
50
0.20
0.40
0.20
Time: hr, min
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3.2 Setting Input Specifications
Setting input specifications
Setup mode
Input type
Temperature input?
N
Y
Temperature unit
Scaling
Decimal point
Temperature input shift
Level 2 mode
End of setup
• With temperature input, scaling and decimal point parameters need
not be set as this information is determined by the input (sensor)
type. (These parameters are not displayed.) Note that temperature
unit and temperature input shift parameters need to be set.
• With analog input, the “scaling upper limit”, “scaling lower limit”
and “decimal point” parameters need to be set.
J Input type
3--4
• Set the type No. (0 to 21) in the “input type” parameter (Set up
mode). The factory setting is “2: K1 (thermocouple).”
• For details on input types and setting ranges, see page 5-31.
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3.2 Setting Input Specifications
J Temperature input
F Temperature unit
• To switch the temperature unit from “_C” to“_F” when input is temperature, switch the “_C/_F selection” parameter (setup mode) from
“ ” to “ ”.
F Temperature
input shift
• When input is temperature input, the upper and lower limit values of
the sensor can be shifted linearly. For example, if both the upper and
lower limit values are shifted by 1.2_C, the process value (before shift)
is regarded as 201.2_C after shift when input is 200_C before shift.
• To set input shift, set shift values in the “input shift upper limit” and
“input shift lower limit” parameters (level 2 mode).
Temperature
Input shift upper limit value
Upper limit value
After shift
Before shift
Lower limit value
0
J Analog input
Input shift lower
limit value
Input (%FS)
100
• When the analog input (the voltage input and current input) is selected, scaling matched to the control is required.
• The “scaling upper limit”, “scaling lower limit” and “decimal point”
parameters (setup mode) are used for scaling. These parameters cannot be used when the temperature input type is selected.
• The “scaling upper limit” parameter sets the physical quantity to be
expressed by the upper limit value of input, and the “scaling lower
limit” parameter sets the physical quantity to be expressed by the
lower limit value of input. The “decimal point” parameter sets the
number of digits past the decimal point.
• The following figure shows a scaling example of 4 to 20 mA input. After scaling, the humidity can be directly read. In this case, the “decimal point” parameter is set to “1”.
Readout (humidity)
Scaling upper limit
value (95.0%)
Scaling lower limit
value (10.0%)
0
Input (4 to 20 mA)
100%FS
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Setting Example
1 second min.
In this example, let’s check the input type and temperature units, and
shift the lower limit by 1_C and the upper limit by 3_C.
“input type”
= “2: K1”
“temperature unit”
= “_C”
“input shift upper limit”= “3.0”
“input shift lower limit” = “1.0”
(1) Select the menu display, and select “
: setup mode” using the
or
keys. For details on selecting the menu display, see page
1-10.
key for one second minimum to enter the setup
(2) Press the
: input type” is
mode. The top parameter in the setup mode “
displayed. This parameter is factory-set to “2: K1”.
1 second min.
key to fix the set value. The display changes to
(3) Press the
: _C/_F selection” parameter. This parameter is factory-set
“
to “ : _C”.
(4) Select the menu display, and select “
or
keys.
: level 2 mode” using the
key for one second minimum to enter the level 2
(5) Press the
mode. The top parameter in the level 2 mode [
] (“local/remote” parameter) is displayed.
1 second min.
key until [
] (“input shift upper limit” parame(6) Press the
ter) is selected. This parameter is factory-set to “0.0”.
(7) Press the
key until “3.0” is displayed.
key until [
] (“input shift lower limit” parame(8) Press the
ter) is selected. This parameter is factory-set to “0.0”.
key until “1.0” is displayed. This sets the “input shift
(9) Press the
upper limit” and “input shift lower limit” values.
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3.3 Setting Output Specifications
3.3 Setting Output Specifications
Some output specifications are different according to controller type,
standard or position-proportional. The following table summarizes
which output-related parameter settings are supported.
Positionproportional
Type
Standard
Type
Parameter
Control output 1 assignment
F
Control output 2 assignment
F
Auxiliary output 1 assignment
F
F
Auxiliary output 2 assignment
F
F
Direct/reverse operation
F
F
Control period (heat)
F
Control period (cool)
F
(F Indicates that an output specification is supported.)
J Output assignments
Output assignments are described according to controller type.
F Standard type
• Thirteen outputs are supported. These functions are assigned to control outputs 1 and 2, and auxiliary outputs 1 and 2.
• Restrictions on assignment destination are placed on some of the outputs.
• The following table shows where outputs may be assigned to.
Assignment
Destination
Output Function
Control output (heat)
Control output (cool)
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Alarm 3
HBA
LBA
Time signal 1
Time signal 2
Program end
Stage output
Error 1 : Input error
Error 2 : A/D convertor error
Control Output
1
2
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
Auxiliary Output
1
2
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
With control output (cool), the conditions for switching from standard control
to heating and cooling control are reached when the output function is assigned
at the cooling side during heating and cooling control.
In other words, heating and cooling control is carried out when control output (cool) is assigned, and standard control is carried out
when output is not assigned. For details on heating and cooling control, see Chapter 4 Applied Operation/4.1 Selecting the Control Method (page 4-2).
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• Factory settings are as follows:
control output 1 = Control output (heat)
control output 2 = Alarm 1
auxiliary output 1 = Alarm 2
auxiliary output 2 = Alarm 3
• Output assignments are set in the “control output 1 assignment”,
“control output 2 assignment”, “ auxiliary output 1 assignment” and
“ auxiliary output 2 assignment” parameters (setup mode).
F Position-proportional type
• Position-proportional type controllers support nine output functions.
These are assigned to auxiliary outputs 1 and 2.
• Restrictions on assignment destinations are placed on some of the
outputs. The following table shows where outputs may be assigned to.
Assignment
Destination
Output Function
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Alarm 3
Time signal 1
Time signal 2
Stage output
Program end output
Error 1 : Input error
Error 2 : A/D converter error
Control Output
1
2
Auxiliary Output
1
2
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
J Direct/reverse
operation
• “Direct operation” (or normal operation) refers to control where the manipulated variable is increased according to the increase in the process
value. Alternatively, “reverse operation” refers to control where the manipulated variable is decreased according to the decrease in the process
value.
For example, when the process value (PV) (temperature), is lower
than the set point (SP) (temperature), in a heating control system, the
manipulated variable increases by the difference between the PV and
SP values.
Accordingly, this becomes “reverse operation” in a heating control
system, or alternatively, “direct operation” in a cooling control system.
• Direct/reverse operation is set in the “direct/reverse operation” pa: reverse operation”.
rameter (setup mode). Default is “
J Control period
• On position-proportional type controllers, this item cannot be set.
• On a standard type controller, when the output unit is for pulse output such as relay output, set the pulse output cycle (control period).
Though a shorter control period provides better control performance,
the control period should be set to 20 seconds minimum taking the
life expectancy of the output unit into consideration when the output
unit is for relay output.
• The control period is set in the “control period (heat)” parameter
(level 1 mode). Default of the “control period” parameter is factoryset to “20:20 seconds.” The “control period (cool)” output function is
not assigned. So, the “control period (cool)” parameter cannot be set.
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3.3 Setting Output Specifications
Setting Example
1 second min.
All of the above settings in this example are factory settings. In this example, let’s check the parameter settings.
In this example, the parameters are set as follows:
“control output 1 assignment”
= “control output (heat)”
“auxiliary output 1 assignment” = “alarm output 2”
“direct/reverse operation”
= “reverse operation”
“control period”
= “20 secs”
(1) Select the menu display, and select “
: setup mode” using the
or
keys. For details on selecting the menu display, see page
1-10.
key for one second minimum to enter the setup
(2) Press the
: input type” is
mode. The top parameter in the setup mode “
displayed.
key until [
] (“control output 1 assignment”
(3) Press the
].
parameter) is displayed. Default is [
key
(4) As the setting in this example is to be left as it is, press the
] (“auxiliary output 1 assigntwice. The display changes to [
].
ment” parameter). Default is [
key
(5) As the setting in this example is to be left as it is, press the
] (“direct/reverse operation” parameter) is displayed.
until [
].
Default is [
1 second min.
or
(6) As the setting in this example is to be left as it is, press the
keys to select “
: level 1 mode”. For details on selecting
the menu display, see page 1-7.
key for one second minimum to enter the level 1
(7) Press the
mode. The top parameter in the level 1 mode “
: Proportional
band” is displayed.
1 second min.
key until [
] (“control period (heat)” parameter)
(8) Press the
is displayed. Default is “20”. As the setting in this example is to be
left as its is, quit key operation.
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3.4 Setting Alarm Type
• Three alarm outputs are supported: alarms 1 to 3. Of these, only the
alarm assigned as the output can be used.
• Alarm output conditions are determined according to the combination of the “alarm type”, “alarm value” and “alarm hysteresis” parameter settings.
• The contact conditions for when alarm output is ON can be set to
“open” or “closed” in the “close in alarm/open in alarm” parameter.
J Alarm type
• The following table shows the alarm types supported by the E5AK-T
controller and their respective operations.
Alarm Type
Alarm Output Operation
When X is positive
1
Upper-and lower-limit alarm
(deviation)
ON
OFF
2
Upper-limit alarm
(deviation)
ON
OFF
3
Lower-limit alarm
(deviation)
4
5
6
7
8
9
Upper-and-lower-limit range
alarm
(deviation)
Upper-and-lower-limit alarm
with standby sequence
(deviation)
Upper-limit alarm with standby sequence
(deviation)
11
SP
X X
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Always ON
ON
OFF
X
ON
OFF
SP
X
SP
Always OFF
SP
X X
Always OFF
SP
X
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Absolute-value lower-limit
alarm with standby sequence
SP
X
ON
OFF
Absolute-value upper-limit
alarm
Absolute-value upper-limit
X
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
10 alarm with standby sequence
SP
ON
OFF
Lower-limit alarm with standby sequence
Absolute-value lower-limit
alarm
X X
When X is negative
SP
X
SP
X
0
X
0
X
0
X
0
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
X
SP
X
SP
X
0
X
0
X
0
X
0
• Alarm types are set independently for each alarm in the “alarm 1 to
3” parameters (setup mode). Default is “2: Upper-limit alarm (deviation)”.
J Alarm value
3--10
• Alarm values are indicated by “X” in the table above. Alarm output
operation differs according to whether the value of the alarm is positive or negative.
• Alarm values are built into the program and are set for each pattern.
For details, see 3.5 Setting Patterns” (page 3-14).
E5AK
3.4 Setting Alarm Type
J Alarm hysteresis
• The hysteresis of alarm outputs when alarms are switched ON/OFF
can be set as follows:
Upper limit alarm
Lower limit alarm
Alarm hysteresis
ON
Alarm hysteresis
ON
OFF
OFF
Alarm value
Alarm value
• Alarm hysteresis is set independently for each alarm in the “alarm 1
to 3 hysteresis” parameters (level 2 mode). Default is “0.02:
0.02%FS”.
F Standby
sequence
• “Standby sequence” is a function for unconditionally turning alarm
output OFF when the process value has left the alarm range once and
it next enters the alarm range.
• For example, when the alarm type is set to “ lower-limit alarm,” generally the process value is within the alarm range, and alarm output
smaller than the set point, and alarm output becomes ON when this
state continues. However, if the alarm type is set to “ lower-limit
alarm with standby sequence”, alarm output first becomes ON when
the process value exceeds the alarm setting value to leave the alarm
range and once again falls below the alarm value.
• The standby sequence is canceled when an alarm is output. It is, however, restarted later by one of the following conditions:
Operation is started or power is turned ON.
A pattern is started.
The program advances to the next step.
The SP of the current step is changed.
The currently running alarm value is changed.
The input shift value is changed.
Advance is executed.
J Close in alarm/open in alarm
• When the controller is set to “close in alarm,” the status of the alarm
output function is output as it is. When set to “open in alarm,” the
status of the alarm output function is output inverted.
Close in alarm
Open in alarm
Alarm
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Output
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
Output LED
Lit
Not lit
Lit
Not lit
• Alarm type and close in alarm (normally open)/open in alarm (normally close) can be set independently for each alarm.
• Close in alarm/open in alarm is set in the “alarm 1 to 3 open in
: close in alarm”.
alarm” parameters (setup mode). Default is “
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F Summary of
alarm operations
The figure below visually summarizes the above descriptions of alarm
operations (when alarm type is set to “lower-limit alarm with standby
sequence”):
Alarm type: lower limit alarm with
standby sequence
PV
Alarm value
Alarm hysteresis
Time
Standby sequence
canceled
3--12
ON
Alarm
OFF
output
ON (closed)
OFF (open)
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3.4 Setting Alarm Type
Setting Example
Alarm 2 is output when the temperature exceeds alarm value 2 programmed to the SP. Parameter factory settings for “alarm type 2,”
“alarm hysteresis” and “close in alarm/open in alarm” are used.
In this example, the related parameters are set as follows:
“alarm type 2” = “2: upper-limit”
“alarm value 2” = (set in program setting)
“alarm hysteresis: = “0.02”
: close in alarm”
“close in alarm/open in alarm” = “
In this example, let’s check the alarm type.
1 second min.
(1) Select the menu display, and select “
: setup mode” pressing
or
keys. For details on selecting the menu display, see
the
page 1-9.
key to enter the setup mode. The top parameter in
(2) Press the
: input type” is displayed.
the setup mode “
key until [
] (“alarm type 2” parameter) is dis(3) Press the
played. Default is “2: upper limit”.
1 second min.
1 second min.
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3.5 Setting Patterns
If you want to set parameters in the program mode during controller operation, you must first stop operation. Operation may continue only in special instances, for example, to change SP during controller
operation.
• Parameters that you use frequently for programming can be set in the
“program mode.” The flow below shows the parameters that are
available in the program mode and the order in which they are set.
Select the program mode.
Select pattern No.
Set number of steps
Step time/Rate of rise
programming
Rate of rise setting
Step time setting
Set step SP/step time
Set SP/Ramp time
/Soak time of each step
Set pattern execution count
Set alarm value
Set time signal 1, 2
Step/ON time/OFF time
n
All patterns completed?
y
End of program
This chapter describes the basic operation of programming. For details
on the following parameters, refer to Chapter 4 Applied Operation:
“Step time/Rate of rise programming”, “Pattern execution count”,
“Time signal 1, 2”
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3.5 Setting Patterns
J Pattern No.
• This parameter cannot be changed during controller operation.
• Set the desired pattern No. Step SP, step time, alarms and other parameters that follow this parameter are set for the pattern that is set
in this parameter.
• Set within the range 0 to 7 (pattern 0 to 7). Default is “0”.
J Number of steps
• Set the number of steps for the pattern that you specified in the “pattern No.” parameter.
• Set within the range 1 to 16 (step). Default is “8”.
J Step SP/Step
time
:
• Set only the number of steps used in the program in order from step
0, as “step 0 SP”, “step 0 time”, “step 1 SP”, “step 1 time” and so
forth.
• Set within the range from set point lower limit to set point upper
limit for step SP. Default is “0”.
:
• Set within the range 0.00 to 99.59 (hours:minutes or minutes:seconds). Default is “0.00”.
SP
: : 0 to 15
B
Step 0
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 0 time
Step 1 time
Step 2 time
Step 3 time
A
A: SP of steps 0 and 3
B: SP of steps 1 and 2
Time
• As shown in the above figure, step 0 is a fixed value, so when ramp
operation is started, set the “step 0 time” parameter to “0.00” to configure the program so that ramp operation starts from step 1.
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J Alarm value
:
: : 0 to 3
• Alarm values can be set only for alarms that have been assigned as
output.
• When a deviation alarm is assigned as output, the alarm value is set
with respect to SP. The following example shows the relationship between the SP and alarm value when the alarm type is set to “upper
limit.”
SP
Step 0
Step 1
Step 2
Step 1 SP
Step 0 SP
Alarm value
Alarm type: upper-limit alarm
Time
About the Alarm
Value
Decimal
Point
3--16
The decimal point of the alarm value conforms to the setting of the “decimal
point” parameter.
E5AK
3.5 Setting Patterns
Setting Example
In this example, let’s set the next program to pattern 0.
SP
100
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
0.20
0.40
0.20
1 second min.
50
Time: hr, min
Step 0
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
SP
Time
(hr, min.)
Alarm
value 2
50
100
100
50
0.00
0.20
0.40
0.20
10
10
10
10
• Pattern execution count “1”
• Time signals are not used.
(1) Select the menu display, and select “
: program” pressing the
or
keys. For details on selecting the menu display, see page
1-10.
key to enter the program mode. The top parameter
(2) Press the
in the program mode “
: pattern” is displayed. Default is “0 :
pattern 0”.
(3) As the setting “0: pattern 0” in this example is to be left as it is,
key. The display changes to the [
] (“number of
press the
steps” parameter). Default is “8”.
(4) Set the parameter to “4” pressing the
or
keys.
(5) When you press the
, the display changes to the [
SP” parameter). Default is “0”.
(6) Set the parameter to “50” pressing the
or
] (“step 0
keys.
(7) When you press the
, the display changes to the [
time” parameter). Default is “0.00”.
] (“step 0
(8) As the setting “0.00: 0 minutes” in this example is to be left as it is,
key. The display changes to the [
] (“step 1 SP”
press the
parameter). Default is “0”.
(9) Set the parameter to “100” pressing the
or
keys.
(10) In the same way, set the “
: step 1 time”, “
: step 2 SP”,
: step 2 time”, “
: step 3 SP”, “
: step 3 time” parame“
ters, in that order.
(11) When you have finished setting the step SPs and times press the
key. The [
] (“pattern execution count” parameter, is displayed. Default is “1”.)
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(12) As the setting in this example is to be left as it is, set the alarm valkey until [
] (“alarm 2” parameter) is disue. Press the
played. Default is “0”.
(13) Set the parameter to “10: 10 seconds” pressing the
keys.
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3.6 Protect Mode
3.6 Protect Mode
J Security
• This parameter allows you to protect until start of operation parameters that do not change during operation to prevent unwanted modification.
• The set value of the “security” parameter (protect mode) limits the
range of protectable parameters. The following table shows the relationship between set values and the range of protection. (Only modes
marked by F can be operated.)
Mode
Calibration
Option
Expansion
Setup
Level 2
Level 1
Program
Level 0
Set value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
*1
*1 Only the “PV/Present SP” parameter can be displayed.
• When this parameter is set to “0”, parameters are not protected.
• When this parameter is set to “5”, operations in only the level 0 mode
can be selected, and the mode is not displayed on the menu display.
• When this parameter is set to “6”, the “PV/Present SP” parameter
can only be monitored.
• Default is “1”.
J Key protect
• This parameter disables key operation for switching run/reset or
auto/manual. For example, if you protect the key operation for switching auto/manual by the “key protect” parameter (protect mode) during automatic operation, the controller cannot be set to the manual
mode, preventing manual operation of the controller during operation.
• The following table shows the relationship between set values and
keys that are protected.
Set value
Description
Key protection OFF
A/M cannot be selected.
2
RUN/RST cannot be selected.
3
Both A/M and RUN/RST cannot be selected.
• Default is “0 : All keys can be operated.”
0
1
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Setting Example
1 second min.
RUN/RST
In this example, let’s set the parameters as follows:
“Security”
“2” (all parameters in modes other than the setup
mode are protected)
“Key protect”
“1” (Auto/manual key operation cannot be
switched)
(1) Press the RUN/RST and
keys simultaneously for 1 second minimum. The controller enters the protect mode. In the protect mode,
the top parameter in the protect mode “security” is displayed.
Default is “1”.
key to change the parameter setting to “2”.
(2) Press the
(3) Press the
key to switch to the “key protect” parameter.
(4) Press the
key to change the parameter setting to “1”.
(5) Press the
and
RUN/RST
keys simultaneously for 1 second mini-
mum. The display changes to the “PV/Present SP monitor” parameter (level 0 mode).
1 second min.
3--20
RUN/RST
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3.7 Starting and Stopping Operation
3.7 Starting and Stopping Operation
RUN/RST
• To start program operation (that is, switch from the reset state to run
operation), press the
RUN/RST
key for one second minimum.
• To stop program operation (that is, switch from run operation to the
reset state), press the
RUN/RST
key from two seconds minimum. When
the controller has stopped operating (reset state), the “RST” LED
lights.
• The controller cannot be reset during auto-tuning (A.T.).
F Manipulated variable at reset
• On a standard type controller, specify the manipulated variable (-5.0
to 105.0%) in the “MV at reset” parameter (level 2 mode) to output
the manipulated variable during reset. Default is “0.0:0.0%”.
• When the controller is reset in the manual mode, the manual MV
takes precedence.
• Both the MV limitter and MV change rate limitter are ineffective
against the manipulated value at reset.
• On a position-proportional type controller, you can select either of the
open, closed or hold state. In an open state, only control output 1 is
ON. In a closed state, only control output 2 is ON. In a hold state,
”.
both control outputs 1 and 2 are OFF. Default is “
Using Event Input
On the E53-AKB, run/reset can be selected by event input.
For details on how to use event input, see 4.8 How to Use Event Input, page 4-21.
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3.8 Adjusting Control Operation
J Changing
currently
running
programs
F Changing the SP
• Programs are changed in the program mode. Note that pattern Nos.
cannot be changed during program operation. So, only the pattern
that is currently running can be changed.
• You cannot change the program when the “security” parameter (protect mode) is set to “5” or “6”.
• Change the SP of steps 0 to 15 in “step 0 to 15 SP” parameters (program mode).
• When the SP is changed midway through a step, the Present SP is
shifted on a line obtained by taking the new SP as the target point.
SP
Before change
After change
Changing point
Time
Step N
F Changing the
time value
Step N+1
• Change the time value of steps 0 to 15 in “step 0 to 15 time” parameters (program mode).
• When the time value is changed midway through a step, the step time
changes. The gradient of the line by which SP shifts also changes.
SP
Changing point
Time
Before change
After change
About
Changing
the Number of
Steps
3--22
Step N
Step N
Step N+1
Step N+1
If you set the “number of steps” parameter (program mode) to a value smaller
than the current number of steps during program operation, program operation
is immediately exited.
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3.8 Adjusting Control Operation
Setting Example
In the following example, let’s change the temperature set point to
“60_C” from “50_C”.
(1) Press the
key for 1 second minimum at the currently executing
“PV/Present SP” display.
1 second min.
(2) The display changes to the menu display.
(3) Set the parameter to “
keys.
: program” pressing the
or
key to enter the program mode. The top parameter
(4) Press the
: pattern” is displayed.
in the program mode “
1 second min.
(5) Press the
ter).
key to display the [
] (“number of steps” parame-
key. [
] (“step 0 SP” parameter) is displayed, and
(6) Press the
the No.2 display indicates “50.0”.
(7) Press the
key to set the parameter to ”60.0”.
key for 1 second minimum. The menu display
(8) Press the
: program” parameter) is redisplayed.
(“
: level 0 mode” pressing the
or
keys, and
(9) Select “
key for 1 second minimum. The “PV/Present SP”
press the
display is redisplayed.
1 second min.
1 second min.
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J Manual operation
• On a standard type controller, the manipulated variable is controlled,
and on a position-proportional type controller, the valve opening is
controlled.
• To set manual operation and manually set the manipulated variable
key and
key simultaneously
or the valve opening, press the
for 1 second minimum. Then the controllers enters the manual mode.
key and
key again simulTo quit the manual mode, press the
taneously for 1 second minimum. The controller enters the level 0
mode without entering the menu display.
• Though the control shifts to manual operation if the controller is set
to the manual mode during program operation, the program advances. When program operation is started in the manual mode, program also advances.
• In the manual mode, the automatic return of display mode does not
work.
F Standard type
• The process value is displayed on the No.1 display, and the manipulated variable is displayed on the No.2 display.
or
keys. After
• To change the manipulated variable, press the
two seconds, the manipulated variable is updated to the new setting.
• When switching between manual and auto operation, the manipulated variable is subject to balance-less, bump-less operation.
• If the power is interrupted during manual operation, manual operation is resumed at the manipulated variable that was active at power
interruption when the power is reset.
Manipulated variable (%)
Balance-less,
bump-less points
Time
0
Manual
Manipulated variable switched
ON
Power interruption
Auto
+
F Position-proportional type
OFF
+
• When a potentiometer is connected to the controller, the process value
is displayed on the No.1 display, and the valve opening is displayed on
the No.2 display.
key, the open side becomes ON. When you
• When you press the
press the
key, the close side becomes ON.
Balance-less,
Bump-less Operation
3--24
To prevent sudden changes in the manipulated variable when switching between
manual and auto operation, operation is resumed using the value that was active
immediately before operation was switched, and the value is brought gradually
closer to the value immediately after operation was switched.
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3.8 Adjusting Control Operation
J Auto-tuning
(A.T.)
• AT (auto-tuning) cannot be executed while operation is reset or during ON/OFF control.
• When you execute auto-tuning, the optimum PID parameters are automatically set by forcibly changing the manipulated variable to calculate the characteristics (called the “limit cycle method”) of the control target. During auto-tuning, time counting is stopped and the
“AT” LED flashes.
• 40%AT or 100%AT can be selected by the limit cycle of MV change
width. Specify [
] or [
], respectively, in the “AT execute/
cancel” parameter (level 1 mode).
• During heating and cooling control on a standard type controller, and
on a position-proportional type controller, only 100%AT can be
: 40%AT” is not displayed.)
executed. (So, “
: AT cancel”.
• To cancel AT execution, specify “
F 40%AT
In order to set the limit cycle of MV change width to 40%, select 40%AT
to execute auto-tuning with fluctuations in the process value kept to a
minimum. However, note that auto-tuning takes longer to execute
compared with 100%AT.
The timing by which limit cycles are generated varies according to whether or not the deviation (DV) at the start of AT execution is 10% full-scale
or less.
Deviation at start of AT
execution ≧ 10% FS
Deviation at start of AT
execution < 10% full-scale
Limit cycle of MV change
width 40%
Set point
Limit cycle of MV change
width 40%
Set point
Deviation 10%
full-scale
Deviation 10%
full-scale
Start of AT
execution
F 100%AT
End of AT
execution
Time
Start of AT
execution
End of AT
execution
Time
In order to set the limit cycle of MV change width to 100%, select
100%AT to shorten the AT execution time without worrying about fluctuations in the process value.
Limit cycle of MV
change width 100%
Set point
Time
Start of AT
execution
End of AT
execution
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Setting Example
1 second min.
In this example, let’s execute 40%AT.
(1) Select the menu display, and select “
: level 1 mode” using the
or
keys. For details on selecting the menu display, see page
1-10.
key to enter the level 1 mode. The top parameter in
(2) Press the
: AT execute/cancel” is displayed. In this
the setup mode “
: AT cancel”.
example, the parameter setting is “
(3) Press the
AT execute
End of AT execution
key to specify “
(4) The AT LED flashes, and AT execution starts. When the AT LED
goes out (end of AT execution), the parameter automatically re: AT cancel”.
turns to “
About PID Parameters
When control characteristics are already known, the PID parameters can be set
directly to adjust control.
PID parameters are set in the “proportional band” (P), “integrated time” (I) and
“derivative time” (D) parameters (level 1 mode).
For details on the setting ranges of these parameters, see chapter 5 Level 1 Mode
(page 5-18).
AT Execution Timing
The E5AK-T differs from fixed-value type controllers in that the SP changes automatically. So, the timing of AT execution is the most important factor in control.
To obtain PID parameters for a specific SP, make a fixed-value program as follows
and execute AT.
10 minutes
Set value
Step 0
100
Step 0
3--26
: 40%AT”.
SP
Time
100
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4
CHAPTER 4
APPLIED OPERATION
This chapter describes each of the parameters required for making
full use of the features of the E5AK-T.
Read this chapter while referring to the parameter descriptions in
chapter 5.
4.1 Selecting the Control Method . . . . . . . . . . . .
Heating and cooling control . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Position-proportional control . . . . . . . . . . . .
ON/OFF control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2 Operating Condition Restrictions . . . . . . . .
Manipulated variable restrictions . . . . . . . .
Set point limiter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3 Ramp Rise Rate Setup Program . . . . . . . . .
Running the ramp rise rate setup program
Program example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4 Program Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hold/Advance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pattern operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.5 Wait Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.6 Program output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7 Setting Running Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operation at power ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Starting the program run . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
End condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.8 How to Use Event Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Input assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Detailed description of input functions . . .
4.9 How to Use the Heater Burnout Alarm . . .
Heater burnout detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to calculate the heater burnout
set value . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.10 LBA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.11 How to Use Transfer Output . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2
4-2
4-4
4-5
4-7
4-7
4-8
4-9
4-11
4-12
4-13
4-13
4-14
4-16
4-17
4-17
4-18
4-19
4-19
4-19
4-20
4-21
4-21
4-22
4-23
4-23
4-23
4-24
4-26
4-28
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4.1 Selecting the Control Method
J Heating and
cooling control
When selecting the control method, set the parameters according to the
following table. (Parameters are factory-set to heating control.)
Parameter
Control Output 1
Assignment
Control Output 2
Assignment
Direct/Reverse
operations
Heating control
(Standard)
Control output (heat)
-
Reverse operation
Cooling control
(Standard)
Control output (heat)
-
Direct operation
Heating and cooling
control
Control output (heat)
Control output (cool)
Reverse operation
Control
Method
(Parameters are factory-set to heating control.)
• For details on how to assign outputs, see 3.3 Setting Output Specifications (page 3-7).
• When heating and cooling control is selected, the “dead band” and
“cooling coefficient” parameters can be used.
F Dead band
Output
The dead band is set with the set point as its center. The dead band
width is the set value of the “dead band” parameter (level 1 mode). Setting a positive value produces a dead band, while setting a negative value produces an overlap band.
The dead band is factory-set to “0.00:0.00%FS.”
Dead band: dead
band width = positive
Cooling
side
Heating
side
0
F Cooling
coefficient
4--2
PV
Set point
Overlap band: dead
band width = negative
Output
Cooling
side
Heating
side
0
PV
Set point
If the heating and cooling characteristics of the control target greatly
differ, preventing satisfactory control characteristics from being obtained by the same PID parameters, adjust the proportional band (P at
cooling side) using the cooling coefficient to balance control between
the heating and cooling sides. In heating and cooling control, P at the
heating or cooling side is calculated by the following formula:
Heating side P = P; Cooling side P = cooling coefficient ¢ P
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F Manipulated variable at reset
Switching with
Manual Operation
• In heating and cooling control, the manipulated variable output that
is output when controller operation is stopped is dependent on the set
value of the “MV at reset” parameter (level 2 mode) in the same way
as for standard control.
• However, note that in heating and cooling control, the manipulated
variable at the cooling side is treated as a negative value for the sake
of convenience. When the manipulated variable at reset is a negative
value, the manipulated variable is output to only the cooling side, and
when a positive value, the manipulated variable is output to only the
heating side.
Default is “0”. If the controller is operated with default, the manipulated variable is not output to both the heating and cooling sides.
When the overlap band is set, the bumpless function that operates when switching between manual and automatic operation may not work.
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J Position-proportional control
8
Open
7
6
Close
• Use the position-proportional type controller for position-proportional control.
• On a position-proportional type controller, control output 1 is used
for open output, and control output 2 is used for closed output. Accordingly, control outputs 1 and 2 cannot be used as output assignments. Special output units are already set on position-proportional
type controllers.
• On a position-proportional type controller, the following functions are
disabled:
5
17
16
15
MV limitter
P and PD control
40% AT
LBA
HBA
ON/OFF control
O
W
C
Potentiometer
F Travel time
• To change the travel time, either set in the “travel time” parameter
(option mode), or execute motor calibration in the “motor calibration” parameter (option mode).
• Default is “30:30 seconds.”
F Valve opening
monitor
• The valve opening can be monitored when a potentiometer is connected to the controller. However, be sure to execute motor calibration after connecting the potentiometer.
F Manipulated variable at reset/PV
error
• Open, closed or hold can be selected as output at reset or PV error. Set
these outputs in the “MV at reset” or “MV at PV error” parameters
(level 2 mode).
F Other functions
• Set the dead band in the “position-proportional dead band” parameter (level 1 mode). Default is “2.0:2.0%”.
• Set the open/close hysteresis in the “open/close hysteresis” parameter
(level 2 mode).
Open/close hysteresis
Dead band
ON
OFF
-100%
4--4
0
MV-Valve opening
100%
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4.1 Selecting the Control Method
J ON/OFF control
F Hysteresis
• Switching between advanced PID control and ON/OFF control is carried out by the “PID/ON/OFF” parameter (expansion mode). When
], advanced PID control is selected, and
this parameter is set to [
], ON/OFF control is selected. Default is [
].
when set to [
• During position-proportional control, ON/OFF control cannot be selected.
• In ON/OFF control, hysteresis is provided in the program when
switching between ON and OFF to stabilize operation. The hysteresis
width provided during ON/OFF control is simply referred to as “hysteresis.” Control output (heat) and control output (cool) functions are
set in the “hysteresis (heat)” and “hysteresis (cool)” parameters, respectively.
• In standard control (heating or cooling control), hysteresis can be set
only for the heating side.
Hysteresis (heat)
ON
PV
OFF
Set point
• In heating and cooling control, a dead band can be set. So, 3-position
control is made possible.
Dead band
Hysteresis (heat)
Hysteresis (cool)
ON
Heating
side
Cooling side
PV
OFF
Set point
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Parameters
4--6
Symbol
Parameter Name: Mode
Description
Control output 1
assignment
For specifying control method
: Setup
Control output 2
assignment
: Setup
Direct/reverse
operation
: Setup
Dead band
: Level 1
Heating and cooling control
Cooling coefficient
: Level 1
Heating and cooling control
MV at reset
: Level 2
Manipulated variable when control
operation is stopped
MV at PV error
: Level 2
Manipulated variable when control
operation is PV error
Travel time
: Option
Position-proportional control
Motor calibration
: Option
Position-proportional control
Positional-proportional
dead band
: Level 1
Position-proportional control
Open/close
hysteresis
: Level 2
Position-proportional control
Hysteresis (heat)
: Level 1
ON/OFF control
Hysteresis (cool)
: Level 1
ON/OFF control
PID / ON/OFF
: Expansion
ON/OFF control
For specifying control method
For specifying control method
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4.2 Operating Condition Restrictions
4.2 Operating Condition Restrictions
J Manipulated variable restrictions
F MV limiter
The upper- and lower-limit values of the manipulated variable can be
restricted by the MV limitter, and the change rate of manipulated variable can be restricted by the MV change rate limitter.
The upper- and lower-limit values of the manipulated variable are set
in the “MV upper limit” and “MV lower limit” parameters (level 2
mode). When the manipulated variable calculated by the E5AK-T is outside of the range of the MV limitter, actual outputs are dependent on
the set value of these parameters.
Output (%)
100
MV upper limit value
MV lower
limit value
0
PV
In heating and cooling control, the manipulated variable at the cooling
side is treated as a negative value for the sake of convenience. The upper limit is set for the heating side (positive value), and the lower limit
is set for the cooling side (negative value) as shown in the following figure.
Output (%)
100
MV lower limit value
MV upper limit value
Heating
side
Cooling
side
0
PV
Set point
F MV change rate
limiter
The “MV change rate limitter” parameter (level 2 mode) sets the maximum permissible change width per second of the manipulated variable.
If a change in the manipulated variable exceeds this parameter setting,
the value calculated by the E5AK-T is reached while changing the value
by the per-second value set in this parameter.
Output (%)
100
MV change rate
limit value
1 second
0
Time
Switching point
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F Limiter operation
conditions
The limitters are disabled or cannot be set when any of the following
conditions occurs:
•
•
•
•
•
•
J Set point limiter
During ON/OFF control
During AT execution (only by MV change rate limitter)
During manual operation
When operation is stopped
When an error has occurred
During position-proportional control (manipulated variable limitter
only)
The setting range of the set point is limited by the set point limitter.
The upper- and lower-limit values of this set point limitter are set in
the “set point upper limit” and “set point lower limit” parameters (expansion mode), respectively. However, note that when the set point limitter is reset, the set point is forcibly changed to the upper- or lowerlimit value of the set point limitter if the set point is out of the limitter
range. Also, when the input type, temperature unit and scaling (sensor)
range are changed, the set point limitter is forcibly reset to the scaling
(sensor) range.
Scaling (sensor) range
Set point limiter
Setting range
Changed to upper
limit value
Changed to
the new upper limit
value
A
○
Set Point
C
Input type changed
Set point
Upper-and lower-limit values of the limitter C
Scaling (sensor) upper-and lower-limitter values
Parameters
4--8
Symbol
Set Point
B
× (setting impossible)
Parameter Name: Mode
Set Point
B
○ (setting possible)
Description
MV upper limit
: Level 2
For limiting manipulated variable
MV lower limit
: Level 2
For limiting manipulated variable
MV change rate limit : Level 2
For limiting manipulated variable
Set point upper limit : Expansion
For limiting SP setting
Set point lower limit : Expansion
For limiting SP setting
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4.3 Ramp Rise Rate Setup Program
4.3 Ramp Rise Rate Setup Program
Chapter 3 described programs that used the “time setup method.” Programs were executed using a combination of SPs and step time values.
The E5AK-T also supports the “ramp rise rate setup method.” By this
method, programs are executed using three program elements: “target
SP”, “rate of rise” and “soak time.”
To select a ramp rise rate program, set the “Step time/rate of rise programming” parameter (expansion mode) to “ : rate of rise.”
Soak time
Target SP
Rate of rise
Time unit of ramp rate
Step
N
N+1
Ramp step
Soak step
Set each of the above program elements in the “target SP 0 to 7”, “rate
of rise 0 to 7” and “soak time 0 to 7” parameters.
In a ramp rise rate program, parameters are set to two steps as shown
in the figure above. The following figure shows the relationship between the program and parameters.
Target SP 1
Soak time 0
Soak time 1
Soak time 2
Target SP 0
Target SP 2
Step
Parameter
0
1
Target SP 0
Rate of rise 0
Soak time 0
2
3
Target SP 1
Rate of rise 1
Soak time 1
4
5
Target SP 2
Rate of rise 2
Soak time 2
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F Relationship with
the number of
steps
When the number of steps is set to an odd number, the final soak time
cannot be set. For example, if we set the “number of steps” parameter
to “7”, the “soak time 3” parameter cannot be set even though the “target SP 3” and “rate of rise 3” parameters can be set.
Accordingly, when the number of steps are set to an even number, the
final step is a soak step. When it is set to an odd number, the final step
is a ramp step.
Number of steps = even number
F When the rate of
rise is set to “0”
Number of steps = odd number
When “rate of rise 0 to 7” parameter is set to “0”, the ramp step is
skipped and the soak step appears to be continuous.
Step N is skipped.
Step
4--10
N
N-1
N+1
Ramp step
Soak step
Soak step
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4.3 Ramp Rise Rate Setup Program
J Running the ramp
rise rate setup
program
F Changing
parameters
Ramp rise rate setup programs take the PV at start of program operation as the SP (PV start) when they are started.
When the rate of rise is changed midway during operation, the SP rate of
rise and the step time in the ramp cycle both change.
After change
Before
change
Switching point
Time
Before change
After change
Step N
Step N
Step N+1
Step N+1
• In the above figure, increasing the rate of rise results in a shorter target
step time. Likewise, when the SP is changed, the step time of the ramp
cycle also changes.
• When the soak time is changed, only the step time in the soak cycle
changes.
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J Program example
Let’s describe a typical example of a ramp rise rate setup program. In
an actual program, set the parameters to match the application.
100
10
Step 0
Step 1
30
Target SP 0
: 100
Step 2
60
Step 3
90
Target SP 1
: 10
Rate of rise 0 : 3
Rate of rise 1 : 3
Soak time 0
Soak time 1
: 0.30
120
: 0.30
“Number of steps” = 4, “Time unit of ramp rate” = minutes, “PV start” = 10
F Program
structure
In a program comprising four steps, steps 0 and 1 follow the settings of
the “target SP 0”, “rate of rise 0” and “soak time 0” parameters. Steps 2
and 3 follow the settings of the “target SP 1”, “rate of rise 1” and “soak
time 1” parameters.
F How the program
works
(1) As the program starts at PV (PV start), the program starts operation from “10” in this example.
(2) As the rate of rise is set to “3”, the Present SP takes 30 minutes
(100-10/3=30) to reach the target SP value “100” in step 0. If the
PV is “40” when the program is started, this time then becomes 20
minutes using the same formula.
(3) In step 1, the Present SP does not change, and the step time is the
value set to the “soak time 0” parameter (in this example, “30 minutes”).
(4) In step2, the Present SP changes according to the value of “rate of
rise 1” parameter from that of “target SP 0” parameter to that of
“target SP 1” parameter. It takes 30 minutes in this example.
(5) In step 3, the Present SP does not change, and the step time is the
value set to the “soak time 1” parameter (in this example, “30 minutes”).
Parameters
Symbol
Parameter Name: Mode
Step time/Rate of rise programming
::
Operation
at Input Error
4--12
Description
: Expansion
Ramp rise rate
:
Target SP 0 to 7
: Program
Ramp rise rate
:
Rate of rise 0 to 7
: Program
Ramp rise rate
:
Soak time 0 to 7
: Program
Ramp rise rate
to
By ramp rise rate setup method, starting at input error, the program start step is
the “step 1”.
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4.4 Program Operation
4.4 Program Operation
J Hold/advance
• Steps in currently executing programs can be forcibly stopped (Hold)
and advanced (Advance).
• Hold and Advance operation is according to the following procedure:
Run in level 0 mode
Check step No.
N
Hold?
Y
Hold = ON
Continue
End of hold?
End
Hold = OFF
Advance
N
Y
Advance = ON
Continue
End of advance
End
End: To program operation
• Execute hold/advance operation while making sure the step No. in the
“step No. monitor” parameter (level 0 mode).
• When the “hold” parameter (level 0 mode) is set to “ : ON”, step
”
time counting is paused (Hold), and the “HOLD” LED lights. “
and the SP appear alternately on the No.2 display when in the “PV/
Present SP” parameter.
• Hold is canceled time and counting is restarted by one of the follow: OFF”, Run, Reset, End oping conditions: “hold” parameter = “
eration using advance instruction
• Each time that “advance” parameter (level 0 mode) is set to “ :
ON”, the program advances one step. With each step advance, the
: OFF”.
“Advance” parameter setting returns to “
• If the advance function is executed with the program in a hold state,
the hold state is continued in the next step.
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J Pattern operation
F Repeating execution of the same
pattern
• To repeatedly execute the same pattern, set the number of times that
the pattern is to be executed in the “pattern execution count” parameter (program mode).
• The pattern execution count can be set up to 9999 (times). (Default is
“0”.)
• Patterns for which the “pattern execution count” parameter is set to
“0” cannot be executed.
• The count of the currently executing pattern in the program can be
verified in the “pattern execution count monitor” parameter (level 0
mode). “0” is indicated in this parameter when the controller of reset
or in a standby state.
F Executing all
patterns
• To execute all preset patterns in order from pattern 0, set the “run all
:
enable” parameter (expansion mode) to “ : ON”. (Default is “
OFF”.)
Pattern 0
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Time
• When a power interruption occurs during run all execution, if the
:
“operation at power ON” parameter (expansion mode) is set to “
Continue”, the currently executing pattern No. is held in memory.
When power is restored, program operation resumes from the pattern
that was being executed when the power was interrupted. (For details
on operation at power ON, see page 4-19.)
• Patterns whose “pattern execution count” is set to “0” are skipped.
Pattern 0
Pattern 1
Pattern 3
“pattern execution count” of pattern 2 is set to 0
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4.4 Program Operation
Parameters
About Reset
Symbol
Parameter Name: Mode
Description
Hold
: Level 0
Pauses program execution.
Advance
: Level 0
Advances the program one step.
Pattern execution count : Program
Repeatedly executes current
pattern.
Run all
Executes all patterns.
:Expansion
• A reset cancels a hold state.
• When the controller is reset during run all execution, the program returns
to step 0 of the currently executing pattern.
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4.5 Wait Operation
• “Wait” is the operation of not advancing the program steps and waiting for the PV to enter the preset wait width at the end of each step.
During wait operation, the “WAIT” LED lights.
Wait width
SP
Wait width
PV
During wait
Counting stop
Step updated
Time
• As the PV is smaller than “SP - wait width” at the end of the rising
step in the above figure, control monitoring is stopped, and the control waits for PV to reach “SP - wait width” before the step is updated.
• In the case of a falling step, the control waits for PV to reach “SP +
wait width.”
• Set the wait width in the “wait width” parameter (expansion mode)
within the range 0 to 9999 (EU). (Default is “0”.)
• Setting the “wait width” to “0” disables wait operation.
Parameters
Symbol
Parameter Name: Mode
Wait width
4--16
: Expansion
Description
Wait operation
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4.6 Program output
4.6 Program output
• The E5AK-T outputs the following signals according to how far the
program has elapsed:
Time signal 1/2
Program end
Stage output
• These functions can be used only when they have been assigned as outputs.
J Time signal
• Two types of time signals can be set to each pattern.
ON time
Time
Time signal output
OFF time
• There are two timers for time signals: ON time timer and OFF time
timer. These times are counted from the beginning of the step.
• Output is ON from the ON time elapsed point up to the OFF time
elapsed point.
• Set the step at which to output the time signal in the “time signal 1/2
enabled step” parameter (program mode). (Default is “0: step 0.”)
• Set the ON/OFF timing in the “time signal 1/2 ON time” and “time
signal OFF time” parameters (program mode).
F About ON
conditions
• When the OFF time is set shorter than the ON time, output is ON
until a reset from the ON time elapsed point onwards or at start of
the next pattern.
• Output does not turn ON when ON and OFF times are set the same.
• When step advance is executed during execution of the time signal
enabled step, the controller judges that the time equivalent to the enabled step has elapsed. For example, in the above figure, output is ON
from the start of the following step up to the OFF time elapsed point.
About Pattern
Elapsing Time
You can verify the pattern elapsing time in the “pattern elapsing time” parameter (level 0 mode). During repeated execution of patterns or run all execution, the
program is counting for each pattern.
If the count exceeds the monitor range (99 hours:59 minutes or 99 minutes:59
seconds), “99.59” is displayed flashing.
During Hold, time counting is paused.
Executing Advance, the skipped step time is counted.
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J Program status
F Program end
• One-second pulse signal is output after the final step is completed.
Time
Final step
Program end output
F Stage output
1s
• One-second pulse signal is output at the beginning of each step.
1s
Time
Stage output
Parameters
Symbol
:
::
4--18
Parameter Name: Mode
Description
Time signal:set step
: Program
Time signal
:
:
Time signal:ON time
: Program
Time signal
Time signal:ON time
: Program
Time signal
:
Control output:assignment
: Setup
Program status
:
Auxiliary output:assignment
: Setup
Program status
to
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4.7 Setting Running Conditions
4.7 Setting Running Conditions
J Operation at
power ON
• You can select from one of the following operations at power ON:
Continue, Reset, Run, Manual
• If you select “Continue,” operation is started from the state that was
active when power was interrupted.
• If you select “Reset,” the controller is reset.
• If you select “Run,” normal program operation is started.
• If you select “Manual,” the controller enters the manual mode.
• The following table shows the relationship between operation at power ON and the operation details that are stored to memory when a
power interruption occurs.
Pattern No.
Step No.
Pattern elapsing time
Pattern execution count
Hold status
Auto/Manual
Run/Reset
MV at reset *1
Manual MV *2
Continue
Reset
Run
Manual
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
*1 During auto mode at power interruption on a standard type controller
*2 During manual mode at power interruption on a standard type controller
• Set the desired operation in the “operation at power ON” parameter
: Continue”.
(expansion mode). Default is “
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J Starting the
program run
F PV start
• When the program is configured by the time setup method, a ramppriority “PV start” can be selected as one of the run start conditions.
If you select “PV start” in the “PV start” parameter (expansion
mode), program operation is started from the position of the SP that
first matches the PV when program run is started. If the SP does not
match the PV, the program run is started from the beginning.
SP
Step 0
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Disabled time
PV
Start point
Time
F Standby
operation
J End condition
• After the run instruction, the controller is reset until the standby
time elapses.
• Set the standby time in the “standby time” parameter (level 2 mode)
within the range 0.00 to 99.59 (hours:minutes). Defaults is “0.00”.
• After end of operation, the controller normally is reset. However, control can be continued on the SP of the final step by setting the “end
condition” parameter (expansion mode). If the “end condition” is set,
] appears alternately on the No.2
the SP of the final step and [
display.
• When the “number of steps” parameter is changed after operation has
ended, the controller state does not change state. However, if control
with respect to the SP is continued, the SP switches to the new value
of the final step.
Parameters
Symbol
Parameter Name: Mode
PV start
: Expansion
Description
Operation when power is
turned ON
Start of program run
Standby time
: Level 2
Start of program run
End condition
: Expansion
Operation end program run
Operation at power ON : Expansion
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4.8 How to Use Event Input
4.8 How to Use Event Input
• When using event input, mount the option unit (E53-AKB).
up to two E53-AKB units can be mounted on the E5AK-T, and two
event input can be used for each E53-AKB unit.
E53-AKB × 1 unit : 2 event inputs
E53-AKB × 2 unit : 4 event inputs
• Switching by event input is not possible on the menu display.
• Switch event inputs ON and OFF while controller power is ON.
J Input
assignments
• You can choose from the following six event input functions:
Run/Reset
Remote/Local
Auto/Manual
Hold/Hold cancel
Advance
Pattern select
• Event input ON/OFF judgment is carried out on inputs of 200 ms
minimum.
• When event inputs are used as program advance input, the program
step is advanced at the rising (OFF→ON) edge of the input signal.
When event inputs are used as run/reset input, program operation is
stopped (reset) at the rising (OFF→ON) edge of the input signal, and
program operation is started (run) at the falling (ON→OFF) edge.
Other signals are accepted at all times.
• Set event input assignments in the “event input assignments 1 to 4”
parameters (option mode). However, note that “event input assignment 1/2” parameters cannot be used when only one unit of the
E53-AKB is installed.
• The following table shows the relationship between the settings and
functions of the “event input assignment 1 to 4” parameters.
Setting
Function
Event input disabled
OFF→ON: Reset /ON→OFF: Run
ON: Remote
/OFF: Local
ON: Manual
/OFF: Auto
ON: Hold
/OFF: Hold cancel
Execute at OFF→ON
Specify by combination of three inputs (*1).
( 1).
*1 The following table shows the relationship between pattern select No. and
pattern No.
Pattern No.
Pattern select 0
Pattern select 1
Pattern select 2
0
1
2
3
f
f
f
f
4
5
6
7
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
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J Detailed
description of
input functions
F Run/Reset
Reset
Run
F Remote/Local
• There is no order of priority in event input, key operations and communications command setup. However, remote/local, auto/manual,
hold/hold cancel or pattern selection be set to either of ON or OFF. So,
parameters will always follow event input even if you try to switch
settings by key operation and communications commands.
• Program operation is stopped (reset) at the rising (ON→ON) edge of
the event input signal, and the “RST” LED lights. Program operation
is started (run) at the falling (ON→OFF) edge of the event input signal.
• This function is supported only when E53-AK01/02/03, the option
unit for serial communications, is installed.
• Remote/local cannot be assigned in the “event input assignment 1/2”
parameters.
• When event input is set to “ON”, parameters can be written only by
using the communications function, and the “RMT” LED lights. The
content of event input is reflected in the “remote/local” parameter
(level 2 mode).
• Remote/local can be switched up to 100,000 times.
F Auto/Manual
• When event input is set to “ON”, the controller is switched to manual
operation, and the “MANU” LED lights.
F Hold/Hold cancel
• This function is enabled only during program operation.
• The program is paused (Hold) when the event input is ON, and the
“HOLD” LED lights. Holds continue until the state of the event input
changes to OFF.
F Advance
Advance
F Pattern select
• This function is enabled only during program operation.
• Program steps are advanced at the rising (OFF→ON) edge of the
event input signal. Accordingly, be sure to set event input OFF before
you use this function.
• This function is enabled only when the program is reset.
• Patterns are selected using a combination of pattern select 0 to 2.
• Pattern select 0 to 2 inputs that are not assigned are normally treated
as OFF. For example, when only pattern select 1 is assigned, pattern
select inputs 0 and 2 are treated as OFF, so pattern 0 and 2 are patterns targeted for switching.
Parameters
Symbol
::
4--22
:
to
Parameter Name: Mode
Event input assignments 1 to 4: Option
Description
Event input functions
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4.9 How to Use the Heater Burnout Alarm
4.9 How to Use the Heater Burnout Alarm
• On a standard type controller, the HBA (heater burnout alarm) function can be used only when the assignment destination of the output
function “control output (heat)” is set to pulsed output.
• When using the HBA function, assign output function “heater burnout alarm” to control outputs 1/2 or auxiliary outputs 1/2.
J Heater burnout
detection
To E5AK
CT terminal
CT
Heater wire
F HBA
latch/release
• Heater burnout detection works as follows:
(1) Connect the current transformer (CT) to terminal Nos.15 and 17,
and insert the heater lead through the CT hole.
(2) When current flows through this lead, the current transformer generates AC current proportional to the current value. The E5AK
measures this AC current to calculate the current flowing to the
heater.
(3) If the heater is burned out, the current measured at the current
transformer decreases. This value is compared with the value set as
the heater burnout set value and is output as the heater burnout
alarm.
• Set the heater burnout set value in the “heater burnout alarm” parameter. To verify the current value of the current transformer, use
the “heater current monitor” parameter.
• When you are not using the HBA function, set the “heater burnout
alarm” parameter to “0.0 (disabled)”.
• When the HBA latch function is set to “ON”, the heater burnout
alarm is held until either of the following measures is taken:
a Set the heater burnout set value to “0.0A” (default).
b Reset the controller.
(Turn the controller’s power OFF then back ON again.)
• To enable the HBA latch function, set the “HBA latch” parameter to
“ON”.
J Operating
conditions
• Turn the heater power supply ON at the same time as or before turning the E5AK-T power supply ON. If the heater power supply is
turned ON after turning the E5AK-T power supply ON, the heater
burnout alarm is output.
• Control is continued even when the heater burnout alarm is output.
(That is, the controller attempts to control the heater as if the heater
burnout alarm has not occurred.)
• The heater burnout alarm is detected only if the control output is
continuously ON for 190 ms minimum.
• The rated current value may sometimes differ slightly from the actual
current value flowing to the heater. Verify the current value in an actual operating state in the “heater current monitor” parameter.
• If there is little difference between the current in a normal state and
the current in a burnout state, detection may become unstable. On a
heater of current 10.0 A or less, maintain a difference of 1.0 A minimum. On a heater of current 10.0 A minimum, maintain a difference
of 2.5 A minimum.
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• The heater burnout alarm function cannot be used when the heater is
controlled by a phase control system or by a cycle control system.
Also, the heater burnout alarm function cannot be applied on 3-phase
heaters.
To detect heater burnout on a 3-phase heater, use the K2CU-FjjA-jGS (with
gate input terminal). (For details, see the respective product catalog.)
J How to calculate
the heater burnout set value
• Calculate the set value by the following formula:
Set value =
(current value at normal operation + current value at burnout)
2
• Set the current value at burnout when two or more heaters are connected to the CT to the value at the time that the heater having the
smaller(est) current value burns out (the value when one of the heaters burns out with all heaters at the same current).
• Make sure that the following condition is satisfied:
Heater of current 10.0 A or less
Current value at normal operation - current value at heater
burnout ≧ 1A
When resultant current is less than 1 A, detection is unstable.
Heater of current 10.0 A minimum
Current value at normal operation - current value at heater
burnout ≧ 2.5 A
When resultant current is less than 2.5 A, detection is unstable.
• The set value can be set within the range 0.1 to 49.9 A. Heater burnout is not detected when the setting is “0.0” or “50.0”. When the setting is “0.0”, the heater burnout alarm is set to “OFF,” and when the
setting is “50.0”, the heater burnout alarm is set to “ON.”
• Set the total current value at normal heater operation to 50 A or less.
] is displayed in the “heater curWhen set to 55.0 A minimum, [
rent monitor” parameter.
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4.9 How to Use the Heater Burnout Alarm
F Examples of use
Example 1 : when using a 200 VAC, 1 kW heater
Control output
Heater
1000
= 5A (< 10A)
200
Current at normal operation =
Current at heater burnout = 0A
1KW
AC200V
CT
Set value =
5+0
= 2.5A
2
(current at normal operation-current at heater burnout
= 5 - 0 = 5A (≧ 1A)
E5AK-T 17
15
Example 2 : when using three 200 VAC, 1 kW heaters
Control output
Heater
1KWx3
AC200V
CT
E5AK-T 17
Parameters
Current at normal operation =
1000
×3 = 15A (≧ 10A)
200
Current at burnout of one heater =
Set value =
1000
×2 = 10A
200
15+10
= 12.5A
2
(current at normal operation-current at heater burnout
= 15 - 10 = 5A (≧ 2.5A)
15
Symbol
Parameter Name: Mode
Heater current monitor
Description
: Level 1
Heater current value monitor
Heater burnout detection
: Level 1
Heater burnout detection
Heater burnout latch
: Option
Heater burnout detection alarm latch
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4.10 LBA
• The LBA (Loop Break Alarm) function can be used only on standard
type controllers.
• The LBA function can be used only when it is assigned as an output.
Also, the LBA function does not work when a memory error or A/D
converter error results.
• LBA (Loop Break Alarm) is a function for judging that an error has
occurred somewhere on the control loop and for outputting an alarm
when the process value does not change with the manipulated variable at a maximum or minimum state. Accordingly, the LBA function
can be used as a means for detecting a malfunctioning control loop.
F LBA detection
time
• Normally, when output is set to maximum or minimum, the process
value rises or falls after the dead time has elapsed. LBA is output if
the process value does not change in the predicted direction after a
fixed amount of time has elapsed. This fixed amount of time is the
“LBA detection time.”
F LBA detection
width
• LBA operation sometimes becomes unstable when the process value
fluctuates considerably due to the control characteristics. The LBA
detection width is provided so that changes with respect to output can
be correctly detected. Changes smaller than the detection width due
to LBA detection timing are not regarded as changes.
F LBA detection
example
• The following example describes what happens when a heater burnout occurs at maximum output.
LBA detection time
LBA detection time
PV
LBA detection width
Output
Time
Heater burnout
LBA=ON
• LBA judgment is carried out at each LBA detection time from the
point of maximum output. In the above figure, the process value (PV)
is changing greatly at the 1st judgment time band, so LBA remains
OFF.
• At the 2nd judgment time band, the process value increases as indicated by the broken line if the process value is normal. This means
that the change width exceeds the LBA detection width, and LBA output remains OFF.
• If the heater burns out at the point shown in the above figure, the
process value “decreases.” Accordingly, it is judged that “the process
value is not changing in the increasing direction” at the 2nd judgment time band and the LBA output becomes ON.
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4.10 LBA
F Setting the LBA
detection time
• The LBA detection time is automatically set by auto-tuning (except in
heating and cooling control).
• If the optimum LBA detection time cannot be obtained by auto-tuning, set the time in the “LBA detection time” parameter (level 2
mode).
F Determining the
LBA detection
time
• Calculate the LBA detection time as follows:
(1) Set output to maximum.
(2) Measure the time it takes for the input change width to reach the
LBA detection width (factory setting: 0.2% FS).
Measurement time Tm
PV
0.2%FS
Output
Time
LBA detection time = Tm x 2
(3) Take a value twice that of the measurement time as the LBA detection time.
Parameters
Symbol
Parameter Name: Mode
Description
AT execute/Cancel
: Level 1
For automatic setting of LBA
detection time
LBA detection time
: Level 2
For setting LBA detection time
LBA detection width : Expansion
For changing LBA detection
width
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4.11 How to Use Transfer Output
• When using transfer output, add on the communications unit
(E53-AKF).
F Transfer output
type
• You can select the following five data items in the “transfer output
type” parameter (option mode) as the transfer outputs:
Present SP (default), Process value, Manipulated variable (heat),
Manipulated variable (cool), Valve opening
However, note that heating/cooling side manipulated variables can be
output only on standard type controllers, and valve opening can be
output on position-proportional type controllers.
• If the output assignment is changed when either the “manipulated
variable (heat)” or “manipulated variable (cool)” parameter is selected, the factory setting “set point” is returned to.
F Transfer output
scaling
• These transfer outputs can be scaled according to the settings of the
“transfer output upper limit” and “transfer output lower limit” parameters before output. Setting of an upper limit value smaller than
the lower limit value is allowed, so reverse scaling can also be carried
out. Also, the scale can be enlarged by the upper- and lower-limit
width specified for each data item. The following example shows scaling of the heating side manipulated variable.
Transfer output
(mA)
Transfer output
(mA)
Reverse scaling
20
20
4
4
Transfer output
upper limit: 0
Parameters
Symbol
Transfer
output lower
limit: 100
Manipulated
variable
(%)
0
Transfer
output lower
limit: 10
Parameter Name: Mode
Transfer output type
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Enlarged scale
100
Transfer
output upper
limit: 80
Manipulated
variable (%)
Description
: Option
Transfer output designation
Transfer output upper limit
: Option
Transfer output scaling
Transfer output lower limit
: Option
Transfer output scaling
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CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS
5
CHAPTER 5
PARAMETERS
This chapter describes the parameters of the E5AK-T.
Use this chapter as a reference guide.
Conventions Used in this Chapter . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-2
Protect Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-3
Manual Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-5
Level 0 Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-6
Program Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-11
Level 1 Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-17
Level 2 Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-24
Setup Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-30
Expansion Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-38
Option Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-46
Calibration Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-52
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CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS
Conventions Used in this Chapter
J The meaning of icons used in this chapter
Describes the functions of the parameter.
Function
Describes the range and defaults of the parameter setting.
Setting
Used for monitor-dedicated parameters.
Describes the range of the monitor values.
Monitor
Describes a procedure using parameters in operating instructions.
Example
of use
Describes related parameters and items.
See
Describes models of the E5AK-T or optional units that support the parameter being
described.
Model
J About parameter display
On the E5AK-T controller, only parameters that can be used are displayed. These parameters are
displayed only when the “Conditions of Use” on the right of the parameter heading are satisfied.
However, note that the settings of protected parameters are still valid, and are not displayed
regardless of the conditions of use.
AT Execute/cancel
Conditions of Use
The controller must
be in operation.
J About the Order in Which Parameters Described in This Chapter
Parameters are described mode by mode
The first page of each mode lists the parameters available in that mode. The parameter
names in these contents are listed in the order that they are displayed on the controller.
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Protect Mode
• The protect function restricts key use to prevent unwanted key operation. Before
changing parameters in this mode, first make sure that protecting the keys will
not cause any problems in operation.
keys simultaneously for 1 second
• To select this mode, press the RUN/RST and
RUN/RST
minimum. To exit this mode, press the
and
keys simultaneously
again for 1 second minimum.
• The following table shows the parameters supported in this mode and the page
where the parameter is described.
Parameter Name
Symbol
Security
Key protect
Page
5-3
5-4
Security
• This parameter specifies which parameters are protected. Note that the protect
mode and manual mode cannot be protected.
Function
Setting
• Only the modes indicated by the “F” mark in the table below can be selected on
the menu display. For example, when this parameter is set to “3”, only levels 0 and
1 and the program mode can be selected.
Mode
Calibration
Option
Expansion
Setup
Level 2
Level 1
Program
Level 0
0
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
1
Setting value
2
3
4
5
6
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
*1
F
F
F
F
F
*1 The “PV/Present SP” parameter is only displayed.
• When this parameter is set to “0”, the protection function is disabled.
• When this parameter is set to “5”, only the parameters in the level 0 mode can be
used, and the menu display is not selected.
• When this parameter is set to “6”, “PV/Present SP” parameter can only be displayed. (The set point cannot be changed.)
• Default is “1”. (Only the calibration mode is protected.)
F Related description
3.6 Protect Mode (page 3-19)
See
5--3
E5AK
CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS
Protect Mode
Key protect
Function
• Disables key operation of the RUN/RESET or AUTO/MANUAL. For example, if
AUTO/MANUAL key operation is disabled (by simultaneously pressing the
and
keys) in the “key protect” parameter (protect mode) during automatic
operation, manual operation is no longer possible.
• The following table shows the relationship between set values and protected keys.
Set value
Setting
Description
1
No keys are protected.
2
AUTO/MANUAL key operation cannot be selected.
3
RUN/RST
“RUN/RST”
key cannot be selected.
4
Both the AUTO/MANUAL and RUN/RESET key operations
cannot be selected.
• Default is “0” (all keys can be operated).
F Related description
3.6 Protect Mode (page 3-19)
See
5--4
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Manual Mode
• In this mode, manual operation is possible, and the “MANU” LED lights.
• When this mode is selected, the manipulated variable that was active immediately
before the mode was switched to is output. To change the manipulated variable,
or
keys. If this mode is switched to during auto-tuning, auto-tunuse the
ing is canceled.
and
keys
• To select this mode when in the level 0 to 2 modes, press the
simultaneously for 1 second minimum. To exit this mode, press the
and
keys simultaneously again for 1 second minimum. The mode changes to the level 0
mode.
• “Manual MV” is the only parameter available in this mode.
Manual MV
Function
• Sets the manipulated variable or the valve opening for manual operation. On a standard type controller, when you press the
or
keys, the manipulated variable
key,
is changed. On a position-proportional type controller, when you press the
key, the close side becomes
the open side becomes ON, and when you press the
ON.
• On standard type controllers, the process value is displayed on the No.1 display
and the manipulated variable is displayed on the No.2 display.
• On position-proportional controllers, the process value is displayed on the No.1
display, and the valve opening is displayed on the No.2 display when the potentiometer is connected.
• On standard type controllers, the manual MV is held when the power is interrupted.
• Standard type
Setting
Control Method
Standard
Heating and cooling
Setting Range
-5.0 to 105.0
-105.0 to 105.0
Unit
Default
%
%
0.0
0.0
• Position-proportional type
Control Method
Position-proportional
Monitor Range
Unit
-10.0 to 110.0
%
F Related description
3.8 Adjusting Control Operation/Manual operation (page 3-22)
See
5--5
E5AK
CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS
Level 0 Mode
• The parameters in this mode can be used only when the “security” parameter
(protect mode) is set to “0” to “5”. Only the “PV/Present SP” parameter can be
used when the “security” parameter is set to “6”.
• The parameters in this mode comprise step operation parameters and parameters
required for monitoring program operating states.
key for 1 second minimum. The display changes
• To select this mode, press the
] then press the
key for 1 second
to the menu display. If you select [
minimum, the controller enters the level 0 mode.
• To select parameters in this mode, press the
or
keys.
tings, use the
key. To change parameter set-
• The following table shows the parameters supported in the level 0 mode and the
page where the parameter is described.
Symbol
Parameter Name
Page
PV/Present SP
5-6
Pattern No.
5-7
Step No. monitor
5-7
Hold
5-8
Advance
5-8
Standby time monitor
5-9
Pattern elapsing time
5-9
Pattern execution count monitor
5-9
MV monitor (heat)
5-10
MV monitor (cool)
5-10
Valve opening monitor
5-10
PV/Present SP
• The process value is displayed on the No.1 display, and the Present SP is displayed
on the No.2 display.
Function
• The decimal point position is dependent on the selected sensor during temperatures input and on the results of scaling during analog input.
Monitor Range
Monitor
Process Value
Present SP
Scaling lower limit -10%FS to scaling upper limit +10%FS
Set point lower limit to set point upper limit
Unit
EU
EU
• During temperature input, the range of the currently selected sensor is taken as
the PV monitor range.
See
5--6
F Related parameters
“Input type” “Scaling upper limit” “Scaling lower limit” “Decimal point” (setup
mode)
“Set point upper limit” “Set point lower limit” (expansion mode)
E5AK
Level 0 Mode
Pattern No.
• This parameter can be set only when the controller is reset.
Function
• Displays the execution pattern during program operation, and the set pattern
after the controller is reset.
• This parameter can also be used in the program mode.
Setting Range
0 to 7
Unit
None
Default
0
Setting
See
F Related description
3.5 Setting Patterns (page 3-14)
F Related parameters
All parameters in the program mode
Step No. monitor
• Monitors the current step No. (This parameter is reset to “0” when the controller
is reset.)
Function
Monitor Range
0 to Number of steps-1
Unit
None
Monitor
See
F Related description
4.4 Program Operation (page 4-13)
F Related parameters
“Hold” “Advance” (level 0 mode)
5--7
E5AK
CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS
Level 0 Mode
Hold
• This parameter can only be used for monitoring when the controller is reset.
• Pauses (holds) or cancels program operation.
Function
• When the event input to which “Hold/Hold cancel” is assigned is ON, “
: OFF” (Hold cancel) is displayed.
is displayed, and when “
” (Hold)
• In addition to the setting of this parameter, hold is canceled by the following
conditions:
Default
Setting Range
OFF : Hold cancel / ON: Hold
Setting
See
F Related description
4.4 Program Operation (page 4-13)
4.8 How to Use Event Input (page 4-21)
F Related parameters
“Event input assignment 1 to 4” (option mode)
Advance
• This parameter can only be used for monitoring when the controller is reset.
• Forcibly advances program operation by one step.
Function
• When the event input to which “Hold/Hold cancel” is assigned is ON, “
(Advance) is displayed.
• Selecting this parameter, it is set to “
• When “
Example
of use
”
: OFF”.
: ON” is selected, program operation is advanced by one step.
• After program execution is completed, the setting automatically returns to
”.
“
• Hold is also continued after the program step is advanced when the program is
executed in a hold state.
See
5--8
F Related description
4.4 Program Operation (page 4-13)
4.8 How to Use Event Input (page 4-21)
F Related parameters
“Event input assignment 1 to 4” (option mode)
E5AK
Level 0 Mode
Standby time monitor
Conditions of Use
The controller must be in a standby state.
• Displays the remaining standby time. (This time is not displayed when the controller is reset.)
Function
Monitor Range
0.00 to 99.59
Unit
Hour, minute
Monitor
See
F Related description
4.7 Setting Running Conditions (page 4-19)
F Related parameter
“Standby time” (level 2 mode)
Pattern elapsing time
Function
• Displays the time that has elapsed since the start of the pattern. When a pattern is
repeatedly executed or all patterns are executed, the time counting restarts at the
top of each pattern.
Monitor Range
0.00 to 99.59
Monitor
Unit
Program time unit
When the time exceeds “99.59”, “99.59” blinks on the display.
Pattern execution count monitor
• Displays the number of times that the current pattern has been executed. “0” is
displayed when the controller is reset or when the controller is in a standby state.
Function
Monitor Range
0 to pattern execution count
Unit
Times
Monitor
F Related parameter
“Pattern execution count” (program mode)
See
5--9
E5AK
CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS
Level 0 Mode
MV monitor (heat)
Conditions of Use
The control must be standard control or
heating and cooling control.
MV monitor (cool)
• This parameter cannot be set.
• Monitors the manipulated variable on the heating or cooling side.
Function
• The manipulated variable in a standard control system is monitored in the “MV
monitor (heat)” parameter.
• The “MV monitor (cool)” parameter can be used only during heating and cooling
control.
• MV monitor (heat)
Control
Monitor
Standard
Heating and cooling
Monitor Range
-5.0 to 105.0
0.0 to 105.0
Unit
Monitor Range
0.0 to 105.0
Unit
%
%
• MV monitor (cool)
Control
Heating and cooling
%
E5AK-TAA2
Model
Valve opening monitor
Conditions of Use
The control must be position-proportional control.
• Monitors the valve opening during position-proportional control.
Function
Monitor Range
-10.0 to +110.0
Monitor
Unit
%
“----” is displayed when a potentiometer is not connected.
F Related description
4.1 Selecting the Control Method/Position-proportional control (page 4-3)
See
E5AK-TPRR2
Model
5--10
E5AK
Program Mode
• The parameters in this mode can be used only when the “security” parameter
(protect mode) is set to “0” to “4”.
• This mode contains the parameters that you use for programming.
key for 1 second minimum. The display changes
• To select this mode, press the
] using the
and
keys, and then
to the menu display. If you select [
key for 1 second minimum, the controller enters the program mode.
press the
• To select parameters in this mode, press the
or
keys.
tings, use the
key. To change parameter set-
• The following table shows the parameters supported in this mode and the page
where the parameter is described.
Symbol
Parameter Name
Page
Pattern No.
5-7
Number of steps
5-12
Step 0 SP or Target SP 0
5-12
Ramp rate 0
5-13
Step 0 time or Soak time 0
5-13
|
*1
|
Step 7 SP or Target SP7
5-12
Ramp rate 7
5-13
Step 7 time or Soak time 7
5-13
Step 8 SP
5-12
Step 8 time
5-13
|
|
Step 15 SP
5-12
Step 15 time
5-13
Pattern execution count
5-14
Alarm value 1
5-14
Alarm value 2
5-14
Alarm value 3
5-14
Time signal 1 enabled step
5-15
Time signal 1 ON time
5-15
Time signal 1 OFF time
5-16
Time signal 2 enabled step
5-15
Time signal 2 ON time
5-15
Time signal 2 OFF time
5-16
*1 This parameter is described as a level 0 mode parameter. For details, see page 5-7.
5--11
E5AK
CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS
Program Mode
Number of steps
• Specifies the number of steps in the current pattern.
Function
Setting Range
1 to 16
Unit
None
Default
8
Setting
See
F Related description
3.5 Setting Patterns (page 3-14)
F Related parameter
All parameters in the program mode
Step 0 time (Step time)
Target SP 0 (Rate of rise programming)
to
Step 7 SP (Step time)
Target SP 7 (Rate of rise programming)
Conditions of Use
Within the number of steps.
Step 8 SP (Step time)
to
Step 15 SP (Step time)
• Sets the SP of steps 0 to 15 when the step time is set.
• Sets target SP 0 to 7 when the rate of rise programming is set.
Function
• During temperature input, the decimal point position is dependent on the currently selected sensor, and during analog input on the results of scaling.
Setting Range
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
Unit
EU
Default
0
Setting
See
5--12
F Related description
3.5 Setting Patterns (page 3-14)
4.3 Ramp Rise Rate Setup Program (page 4-9)
F Related parameters
All parameters in the program mode
“Input type” “Scaling upper limit” “Scaling lower limit” “Decimal point” (setup
mode)
“Step time/Rate of rise programming” (expansion mode)
E5AK
Program Mode
Ramp rate 0
Conditions of Use
Within the number of steps only in the
rate of rise programming.
to
Ramp rate 7
• Sets the degree of change per time unit of ramp rate in the step time ramp step.
Function
Setting Range
0 to 9999
Setting
See
Unit
EU/Time unit of ramp rate
Default
0
0: The ramp step is skipped.
F Related description
4.3 Ramp Rise Rate Setup Program (page 4-9)
F Related parameters
All parameters in the program mode
“Step time/Rate of rise programming” “Time unit of ramp rate” (expansion mode)
Step 0 time (Step time)
Soak time 0 (Rate of rise programming)
to
Step 7 time (Step time)
Soak time 7 (Rate of rise programming)
Conditions of Use
Within the number of steps.
Step 8 time (Step time)
to
Step 15 time (Step time)
• Sets the time of steps 0 to 15 when the step time is set.
• Sets soak steps 0 to 7 when the rate of rise programming is set.
Function
Setting Range
0.00 to 99.59
Unit
Program time unit
Default
0.00
Setting
See
F Related description
3.5 Setting Patterns (page 3-14)
4.3 Ramp Rise Rate Setup Program (page 4-9)
F Related parameters
All parameters in the program mode
“Step time/Rate of rise programming” “Program time unit” “Time unit of ramp
rate” (expansion mode)
5--13
E5AK
CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS
Program Mode
Pattern execution count
Function
• Repeatedly executes the current pattern for the preset number of times.
• The count during pattern execution can be monitored in the “pattern execution
count monitor” (level 0 mode).
Setting Range
0 to 9999
Setting
See
Unit
Time
0: The pattern is not executed
F Related description
4.4 Program Operation/Pattern operation (page 4-13)
F Related parameters
All parameters in the program mode
Alarm value 1
Conditions of Use
Alarms must be assigned as outputs.
For example, if alarm outputs 1 and 2
only are assigned as outputs, the “alarm
value 3” parameter cannot be used.
Alarm value 2
Alarm value 3
Function
Default
1
• This parameter is used for monitoring or setting the alarm values of alarm outputs 1 to 3.
• During temperature input, the decimal point position is dependent on the currently selected sensor, and during analog input on the results of scaling.
Setting Range
-1999 to 9999
Unit
EU
Default
0
Setting
See
5--14
F Related description
3.4Setting Alarm Type (page 3-10)
3.5Setting Patterns/Alarm value (page 3-16)
F Related parameters
“Input type” “Scaling upper limit” “Scaling lower limit” “Decimal point” “Control output 1 assignment” “Control output 2 assignment” “Auxiliary output 1
assignment” “Auxiliary output 2 assignment” “Alarm 1 type” “Alarm 2 type”
“Alarm 3 type” “Alarm 1 open in alarm” “Alarm 2 open in alarm” “Alarm 3 open
in alarm” (setup mode)
“Alarm 1 hysteresis” “Alarm 2 hysteresis” “Alarm 3 hysteresis” (level 2 mode)
E5AK
Program Mode
Time signal 1 enabled
step
Conditions of Use
Each of the time signals must be
assigned as outputs.
Time signal 2 enabled
step
• Sets the step in which the time signal is used.
Function
Setting Range
0 to 15
Unit
None
Default
0
Setting
See
F Related description
4.6 Program output (page 4-17)
F Related parameters
“Time signal 1 ON time” “Time signal 1 OFF time” “Time signal 2 ON time”
“Time signal 2 OFF time” (program mode)
Time signal 1 ON time
Conditions of Use
Each of the time signals must be
assigned as outputs.
Time signal 2 ON time
• Sets the ON time of the time signal.
Function
Setting Range
0.00 to 99.59
Setting
See
Unit
*1
Default
0.00
*1 Program time unit
F Related description
4.6 Program Output (page 4-17)
F Related parameters
“Time signal 1 enabled step” “Time signal 2 enabled step” “Time signal 1 OFF
time” “Time signal 2 OFF time” (program mode)
“Program time unit” (expansion mode)
5--15
E5AK
CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS
Program Mode
Time signal 1 OFF time
Conditions of Use
Each of the time signals must be
assigned as outputs.
Time signal 2 OFF time
• Sets the OFF time of the time signal.
Function
Setting Range
0.00 to 99.59
Unit
Program time unit
Default
0.00
Setting
See
5--16
F Related description
4.6 Program output (page 4-17)
F Related parameters
“Time signal 1 enabled step” “Time signal 2 enabled step” “Time signal 1 ON
time” “Time signal 2 ON time” (program mode)
“Program time unit” (expansion mode)
E5AK
Level 1 Mode
• The parameters in this mode can be used only when the “security” parameter
(protect mode) is set to “0” to “3”.
• This mode contains the main parameters for adjusting control, such as executing
AT (auto-tuning), setting the control period, setting PID parameters and setting
heater burnout (HBA) conditions.
key for 1 second minimum. The display changes
• To select this mode, press the
to the menu display. If you select [
] then press the
key for 1 second minimum, the controller enters the level 1 mode.
• To select parameters in this mode, press the
or
keys.
tings, use the
key. To change parameter set-
• The following table shows the parameters supported in this mode and the page
where the parameter is described.
Symbol
Parameter Name
Page
AT Execute/Cancel
5-18
Proportional band
5-18
Integral time
5-18
Derivative time
5-18
Cooling coefficient
5-19
Dead band
5-19
Position-proportional dead band
5-20
Manual reset value
5-20
Hysteresis (heat)
5-21
Hysteresis (cool)
5-21
Control period (heat)
5-22
Control period (cool)
5-22
Heater current monitor
5-23
Heater burnout
5-23
5--17
E5AK
CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS
Level 1 Mode
AT Execute/Cancel
Function
Example
of use
See
Conditions of Use
The controller must be in operation, and
control must be advanced PID control.
• Selects the limit cycle of MV change width (40% or 100%) for execution. After AT
execution, the “PID” and the “LBA detection time” (Loop Break Alarm) parameters are automatically set.
• During heating and cooling control or position-proportional control, only 100%AT
can be executed.
], and to execute 100%AT, select [
]. During
• To execute 40%AT, select [
execution of auto-tuning, the AT LED flashes. However, note that during heating
] is not displayed.
and cooling control or position-proportional control, [
• When AT execution ends, the parameter setting automatically returns to [
].
F Related description
3.8 Adjusting Control Operation/AT (page 3-25)
F Related parameters
“Proportional band” “Integral time” “Derivative time” (level 1 mode)
“LBA detection mode” (level 2 mode)
Proportional band
Conditions of Use
The control must be advanced PID control.
Integral time
Derivative time
• Sets the PID parameters. Note that PID is automatically set when AT is executed.
Function
Setting
Parameter
Proportional band
Integral time
Derivative time
Setting Range
0.1 to 999.9
0 to 3999 *1
0 to 39999
Unit
Default
%FS
Second
Second
10.0
233
40
*1: During position-proportional control, the setting range become 1 to 3999
seconds.
F Related parameter
“AT Execute/Cancel” (level 1 mode)
See
5--18
E5AK
Level 1 Mode
Cooling coefficient
Function
• In heating and cooling control, P at the cooling side is calculated by the following
formula:
Cooling side P = Cooling coefficient x P
Setting Range
0.01 to 99.99
Setting
See
Conditions of Use
The control must be either heating and
cooling control, or advanced PID control.
Unit
None
Default
1.00
F Related description
4.1 Selecting the Control Method/Heating and cooling control (page 4-2)
F Related parameter
“Proportional band” (level 1 mode)
E5AK-TAA2
Model
Dead band
Conditions of Use
The control system must be heating and
cooling control.
• Sets the output dead band width in a heating and cooling control system. A negative setting sets an overlap band.
Function
Setting Range
-19.99 to 99.99
Setting
Unit
%FS
Default
0.00
F Related description
4.1 Selecting the Control Method/Heating and cooling control (page 4-2)
See
E5AK-TAA2
Model
5--19
E5AK
CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS
Level 1 Mode
Position-proportional
dead band
Conditions of Use
The control must be position-proportional control.
• Sets the output hold width (ON/OFF switching point for open and close output)
during position-proportional control.
Function
Setting Range
0.1 to 10.0
Unit
%
Default
2.0
Setting
See
F Related description
4.1 Selecting the Control Method/Position-proportional control (page 4-3)
F Related parameter
“Open/close hysteresis” (level 2 mode)
E5AK-TPRR2
Model
Manual reset value
Conditions of Use
The control must be either standard control or advanced PID control, and the
“integral time” parameter must be set to
“0”.
• Sets the required manipulated variable to remove offset during stabilization of P
or PD control.
Function
Setting Range
0.0 to 100.0
Setting
E5AK-TAA2
Model
5--20
Unit
%
Default
50.0
E5AK
Level 1 Mode
Hysteresis (heat)
Conditions of Use
The control system must be ON/OFF
control.
Hysteresis (cool)
• Sets the hysteresis for ensuring stable operation at ON/OFF switching.
Function
• In a standard control system, use the “hysteresis (heat)” parameter. The “hysteresis (cool)” parameter cannot be used.
• In a heating and cooling control system, the hysteresis can be set independently
for heating and cooling. Use the “hysteresis (heat)” parameter to set the heating
side hysteresis, and use the “hysteresis (cool)” parameter to set the cooling side
hysteresis.
Setting
See
Parameter
Hysteresis (heat)
Hysteresis (cool)
Setting Range
0.01 to 99.99
0.01 to 99.99
Unit
Default
%FS
%FS
0.10
0.10
F Related description
4.1 Selecting the Control Method/ON/OFF control (page 4-5)
F Related parameters
“Control output 1 assignment” “Control output 2 assignment” (setup mode)
“PID/ON/OFF” (expansion mode)
E5AK-TAA2
Model
5--21
E5AK
CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS
Level 1 Mode
Control period (heat)
Control period (cool)
Conditions of Use
Relay, SSR or voltage output must set
as the outputs, and the control must be
set to advanced PID control, standard
control or heating and cooling control.
• Sets the pulse output period. Set the control period taking the control characteristics and life expectancy of the controller into consideration.
Function
• In a standard control system, use the “control period (heat)” parameter. The “control period (cool)” parameter cannot be used.
• In a heating and cooling control system, the control period can be set independently for heating and cooling. Use the “control period (heat)” parameter to set
the heating side control period, and use the “control period (cool)” parameter to
set the cooling side control period.
Setting
Parameter
Control period (heat)
Control period (cool)
Setting Range
1 to 99
1 to 99
Unit
Default
Second
Second
20
20
F Related description
3.3 Setting Output Specifications (page 3-7)
See
F Related parameters
“Control output 1 assignment” “Control output 2 assignment” (setup mode)
E5AK-TAA2
Model
5--22
E5AK
Level 1 Mode
Heater current monitor
Conditions of Use
The HBA output function must be
assigned as the output.
• Measures the current value of the heater from CT input.
Function
• This parameter is not displayed when the linear output unit (E53-CV, E53-VV) is
mounted.
Monitor Range
0.0 to 55.0
Monitor
•[
Unit
A
] is displayed when 55.0 A is exceeded.
F Related description
4.9 How to Use the Heater Burnout Alarm (page 4-23)
See
F Related parameters
“Heater burnout” (level 1 mode)
“HBA latch” (option mode)
E5AK-TAA2
Model
Heater burnout
Conditions of Use
The HBA output function must be
assigned as the output
• Outputs the heater burnout alarm when the heater current value falls below this
parameter setting.
Function
• When the set value is “0.0”, the heater burnout alarm is “OFF”. When the set
value is “50.0”, the heater burnout alarm is “ON”.
Setting Range
0.0 to 50.0
Unit
A
Default
0.0
Setting
F Related description
4.9 How to Use the Heater Burnout Alarm (page 4-23)
See
F Related parameters
“Heater current monitor” (level 1 mode)
“HBA latch” (option mode)
E5AK-TAA2
Model
5--23
E5AK
CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS
Level 2 Mode
• The parameters in this mode can be used only when the “security” parameter
(protect mode) is set to “0” to “2”.
• This mode contains the auxiliary parameters for adjusting control. These parameters include parameters for limiting the manipulated variable, parameters for
switching between remote and local operation, and parameters for setting the
LBA (Loop Break Alarm), alarm hysteresis, and input digital filter values.
key for 1 second minimum. The display changes
• To select this mode, press the
] pressing the
and
keys, and then
to the menu display. If you select [
key for 1 second minimum, the controller enters the level 2 mode.
press the
• To select parameters in this mode, press the
or
keys.
tings, use the
key. To change parameter set-
• The following table shows the parameters supported in this mode and the page
where the parameter is described.
Parameter Name
Symbol
5--24
Page
Remote/Local
5-25
Standby time
5-25
LBA detection time
5-26
MV at reset
5-26
MV at PV error
5-27
MV upper limit
5-27
MV lower limit
5-27
MV change rate limit
5-27
Input digital filter
5-28
Open/close hysteresis
5-28
Alarm 1 hysteresis
5-29
Alarm 2 hysteresis
5-29
Alarm 3 hysteresis
5-29
Input shift upper limit
5-29
Input shift lower limit
5-29
E5AK
Level 2 Mode
Remote/Local
Function
Conditions of Use
The communications function must be in
use.
• Switches between remote and local operation.
• To change the parameter setting during remote operation, use the communications function. To change the parameter setting during local operation, change the
setting on the E5AK-T controller. You can check the parameter setting by both
communications and on the E5AK-T controller regardless of whether the controller is switched to remote or local operation.
• When the event input to which “remote/local” is assigned is ON, the controller
switches to the remote mode. When the event input is OFF, the controller switches
to the local mode.
Default
Setting Range
“
”: remote / “
”: local
Setting
See
F Related description
Chapter 6 Using the Communications Functions
F Related parameters
“Communication stop bit” “Communication data length” “Communication parity” “Communication baud rate” “Communication unit No.” “Event input assignment 1” “Event input assignment 2” “Event input assignment 3” “Event input
assignment 4” (option mode)
F Option units
E53-AK01/02/03
Model
Standby time
• Sets the time until program operation is started after the run instruction is issued.
Function
Setting Range
0.00 to 99.59
Unit
Hour, minute
Default
0.00
Setting
See
F Related description
4.7 Setting Running Conditions/Starting the program run/Standby operation
(page 4-20)
F Related parameter
“Standby time monitor” (level 0 mode)
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Level 2 Mode
LBA detection time
Function
Conditions of Use
The LBA (Loop Break Alarm) function
must be assigned as an output.
• This parameter is automatically set by AT execution.
• The LBA is output if the change width of the process value falls below 0.2 %fullscale of the time preset to this parameter when the manipulated variable is set in
the “MV upper limit” or “MV lower limit” parameters.
• The LBA function is disabled when this parameter is set to “0”.
Setting Range
0 to 9999
Unit
Default
Second
0
Setting
See
F Related description
4.10 LBA (page 4-20)
8.3 How to Use Error Output (page 8-5)
F Related parameters
“AT Execute/Cancel” (level 1 mode)
“Control output 1 assignment” “Control output 2 assignment” “Auxiliary output
1 assignment” “Auxiliary output 2 assignment” (setup mode)
MV at reset
Conditions of Use
Advanced PID control.
MV at PV error
Function
• The “MV at reset” parameter sets the manipulated variable when operation has
stopped on a standard type controller. On a position-proportional type controller,
this parameter sets the action (close/hold/open) when operation has stopped.
• The “MV at PV error” parameter sets the manipulated variable when an input
error occurs. On a position-proportional type controller, this parameter sets the
action (close/hold/open) when an input error occurs.
• Standard type
Setting
Control Method
Standard
Heating and cooling
Setting Range
-5.0 to 105.0
-105.0 to 105.0
Unit
Default
%
%
0.0
0.0
The manipulated variable at the cooling side during heating and cooling control is
expressed as a negative value.
• Position-proportional type
Unit
Setting Range
“
See
5--26
”: Hold/“
”: Open/“
”: Close
Default
None
F Related description
MV at reset
: 3.7 Starting and Stopping Operation (page 3-21)
MV at PV error : 8.2 How to Use the Error Display (page 8-3)
E5AK
Level 2 Mode
MV upper limit
Conditions of Use
The control must be advanced PID control.
MV lower limit
MV change rate limit
Function
• The “MV upper limit” and “MV lower limit” parameters set the upper and lower
limits of the manipulated variable. When the manipulated variable calculated by
the E5AK-T controller strays from the upper- and lower-limit range, the upper
limit or lower limit set to these parameters is output, respectively. However, note
that these parameters are disabled during position-proportional control.
• The “MV change rate limit” parameter sets the maximum permissible change
width per second of the manipulated variable (on the position-proportional control, valve opening). If a change in the manipulated variable (on the position-proportional control, valve opening) causes this parameter setting to be exceeded, the
calculated value is reached while changing the value by the per-second value set in
this parameter.
This function is disabled when the set value is “0.0”.
Setting
• MV upper limit
The setting ranges during standard control and heating and cooling control are
different.
Control Method
Standard
Heating and cooling
Setting Range
MV lower limit +0.1 to 105.0
0.0 to 105.0
Unit
Default
%
%
105.0
105.0
The manipulated variable at the cooling side during heating and cooling control is
expressed as a negative value.
• MV lower limit
The setting ranges during standard control and heating and cooling control are different.
Control Method
Standard
Heating and cooling
Setting Range
-5.0 to MV upper limit -0.1
-105.0 to 0.0
Unit
Default
%
%
-5.0
-105.0
The manipulated variable at the cooling side during heating and cooling control is
expressed as a negative value.
• MV change rate limit
Setting Range
0.0 to 100.0
Unit
Default
%/S
0.0
F Related description
4.2 Operating Condition Restrictions/Manipulated variable restrictions (page 4-7)
See
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Level 2 Mode
Input digital filter
• Sets the time constant of the input digital filter. The following figures shows the
effect on data after passing through the digital filter.
Function
PV before passing through filter
A
PV after passing through filter
0.63A
Time
constant
Time
Input digital filter
Setting Range
0 to 9999
Unit
Default
Second
0
Setting
Open/close hysteresis
Conditions of Use
The control must be position-proportional control.
• Provides hysteresis at ON/OFF switching of open or close output in position-proportional control.
Function
Setting Range
0.1 to 20.0
Unit
Default
%
0.8
Setting
F Related description
4.1 Selecting the Control Method/Position-proportional control (page 4-4)
See
E5AK-TPRR2
Model
5--28
E5AK
Level 2 Mode
Alarm 1 hysteresis
Conditions of Use
Alarms must be assigned as output. For
example, if alarm outputs 1 and 2 only
are assigned as outputs, the “alarm 3
hysteresis” parameter cannot be used.
Alarm 2 hysteresis
Alarm 3 hysteresis
• Sets the hysteresis of alarm outputs 1 to 3.
Function
Setting Range
0.01 to 99.99
Unit
Default
%FS
0.02
Setting
F Related description
3.4 Setting Alarm Type (page 3-10)
See
F Related parameters
“Alarm 1 type” “Alarm 2 type” “Alarm 3 type” “Alarm 1 open in alarm” “Alarm 2
open in alarm” “Alarm 3 open in alarm” (setup mode)
“Alarm value 1” “Alarm value 2” “Alarm value 3” (Program mode)
Input shift upper limit
Input shift lower limit
Conditions of Use
The input type must be set to temperature input (thermocouple or platinum
resistance thermometer).
• Sets each of the shift amounts for the input shift upper and lower limit values.
Function
Setting Range
-199.9 to 999.9
Unit
Default
_C or _F
0.0
Setting
F Related description
3.2 Setting Input Specifications (page 3-4)
See
F Related parameter
“Input type” (setup mode)
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Setup Mode
• The parameters in this mode can be used only when the “security” parameter
(protect mode) is set to “0” and “1”.
• This mode contains the parameters for checking or setting the basic specifications
of the E5AK-T controller. These parameters include parameters for specifying the
input type, scaling, output assignments, and direct/reverse operation.
key for 1 second minimum. The display changes
• To select this mode, press the
to the menu display. If you select [
] pressing the
and
keys, and then
key for 1 second minimum, the controller enters the setup mode.
press the
• To select parameters in this mode, press the
or
keys.
tings, use the
key. To change parameter set-
• The following table shows the parameters supported in this mode and the page
where the parameter is described.
Symbol
5--30
Parameter Name
Page
Input type
5-31
Scaling upper limit
5-32
Scaling lower limit
5-32
Decimal point
5-32
_C/_F selection
5-33
Parameter initialize
5-33
Control output 1 assignment
5-34
Control output 2 assignment
5-34
Auxiliary output 1 assignment
5-35
Auxiliary output 2 assignment
5-35
Alarm 1 type
5-36
Alarm 1 open in alarm
5-37
Alarm 2 type
5-36
Alarm 2 open in alarm
5-37
Alarm 3 type
5-36
Alarm 3 open in alarm
5-37
Direct/Reverse operation
5-37
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Setup Mode
Input type
• Sets the sensor type by the code.
Function
• Set the code according to the following table. Default is “2 : K1 thermocouple”.
Set value
Setting
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Input Type
JPt100 -199.9 to 650.0 (_C)
Pt100 -199.9 to 650.0 (_C)
K1
-200 to 1300 (_C)
K2
0.0 to 500.0 (_C)
J1
-100 to 850 (_C)
J2
0.0 to 400.0 (_C)
T
-199.9 to 400.0 (_C)
E
0 to 600 (_C)
L1
-100 to 850 (_C)
L2
0.0 to 400.0 (_C)
U
-199.9 to 400.0 (_C)
N
-200 to 1300 (_C)
R
0 to 1700 (_C)
S
0 to 1700 (_C)
B
100 to 1800 (_C)
W
0 to 2300 (_C)
PLII 0 to 1300 (_C)
4 to 20mA
0 to 20mA
1 to 5V
0 to 5V
0 to 10V
/-199.9 to 999.9 (_F)
/-199.9 to 999.9 (_F)
/-300 to 2300 (_F)
/0.0 to 900.0 (_F)
/-100 to 1500 (_F)
/0.0 to 750.0 (_F)
/-199.9 to 700.0 (_F)
/0 to 1100 (_F)
/-100 to 1500 (_F)
/0.0 to 750.0 (_F)
/-199.9 to 700.0 (_F)
/-300 to 2300 (_F)
/0 to 3000 (_F)
/0 to 3000 (_F)
/300 to 3200 (_F)
/0 to 4100 (_F)
/0 to 2300 (_F)
Platinum resistance thermometer
Thermocouple
Current input
Voltage input
F Related description
3.2 Setting Input Specifications (page 3-4)
See
F Related parameter
When input type is set to temperature input:
“_C/_F selection” (setup mode)
When input type is set to voltage input or current input:
“Scaling upper limit” “Scaling lower limit” “Decimal point” (setup mode)
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Setup Mode
Scaling upper limit
Scaling lower limit
Conditions of Use
The input type must be set to analog
input (voltage or current input).
Decimal point
• This parameter can be used when voltage input or current input is selected as the
input type.
Function
• When voltage input or current input is selected as the input type, scaling is carried out. Set the scaling upper limit in the “scaling upper limit” parameter and
the scaling lower limit in the “scaling lower limit” parameter.
• The “decimal point” parameter specifies the decimal point position of parameters
(set point, etc.) whose unit is set to EU (Engineering Unit).
• Scaling upper limit, Scaling lower limit
Setting
Parameter
Scaling upper limit
Scaling lower limit
Setting Range
Scaling lower limit +1 to 9999
-1999 to scaling upper limit -1
• Decimal point : Default is “0”.
Set Value
0
1
2
3
Setting
Example
0 digits past decimal point
1 digit past decimal point
2 digits past decimal point
3 digits past decimal point
1234
123.4
12.34
1.234
F Related description
3.2 Setting Input Specifications (page 3-4)
See
5--32
F Related parameter
“Input type” (setup mode)
Unit
Default
None
None
100
0
E5AK
Setup Mode
_C/_F selection
Conditions of Use
The input type must be set to temperature input (thermocouple or platinum
resistance thermometer).
• This parameter can be used when thermocouple or platinum resistance thermometer is selected as the input type.
Function
• Set the temperature input unit to either of “_C” or “_F”.
Default
Setting Range
“
”: _C / “
”: _F
Setting
F Related description
3.2 Setting Input Specifications (page 3-4)
See
F Related parameter
“Input type” (setup mode)
Parameter initialize
Function
• Returns parameter settings to their factory settings. However, note that the following parameters are not affected by execution of this parameter:
“Input type”, “Scaling upper limit”, “Scaling lower limit”, “Decimal point” and
“_C/_F selection”
• When this parameter is selected, [
eters, press the
key to specify [
] (“no”) is first displayed. To initialize param] (“yes”).
Example
of use
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Setup Mode
Control output 1
assignment
Conditions of use
The control must be standard control or
heating and cooling control.
Control output 2
assignment
• Assigns the output functions to either of control output 1 or 2.
Function
• The following 11 output functions can be assigned as outputs:
Control output (heat), Control output (cool), Alarms 1 to 3, HBA, LBA, Time signals 1 and 2, Program end and Stage output
• When the output function assigned to control output 1 or control output 2 is ON,
the “OUT1” or “OUT2” LED lights. However, note that the “OUT1” or “OUT2”
LEDs do not light if the output unit is E53-CVV or E53-VVV when control output
(heat) or control output (cool) functions are assigned to control outputs.
Symbol
Function
Setting
Symbol
Function
to
Control output (heat)
Control output (cool)
Alarms 1 to 3
Program end
Stage output
HBA
LBA
to
Time signals 1 to 2
Default :
“Control output 1”= [
], “Control output 2”= [
].
F Related description
3.3 Setting Output Specifications (page 3-7)
See
F Related parameters
• Alarm-related parameters
• Heating and cooling related parameter
“Time signal 1 enabled step” “Time signal 2 enabled step” “Time signal 1 to 2 ON
time” “Time signal 1 to 2 OFF time” (program mode)
“LBA detection time” (level 2 mode)
E5AK-TAA2
Model
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Setup Mode
Auxiliary output 1 assignment
Auxiliary output 2 assignment
• Assigns output functions to either of auxiliary output 1 or 2.
Function
• The following 11 output functions can be assigned as outputs:
Alarms 1 to 3, HBA, LBA, Time signals 1 to 2, Program end, Stage output, Error
1 (input error), Error 2 (A/D converter error)
• When the output function assigned to auxiliary output 1 or auxiliary output 2 is
ON, the SUB1 or SUB2 LED lights.
Setting
Symbol
to
Function
Alarms 1 to 3
to
HBA
LBA
Time signals 1 to 2
Symbol
Function
Program end
Default :
“Auxiliary output 1”= [
Stage output
Error 1
], “Auxiliary output 2”= [
Error 2
].
F Related description
3.3 Setting Output Specifications (page 3-7)
See
F Related parameters
• Alarm-related parameters
“Time signal 1 enabled step” “Time signal 2 enabled step” “Time signal 1 to 2 ON
time” “Time signal 1 to 2 OFF time” (program mode)
“LBA detection time” (level 2 mode)
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Setup Mode
Alarm 1 type
Conditions of Use
Alarms must be assigned as outputs.
For example, if alarm output 1 and 2
only are assigned as outputs, the “alarm
3 type” parameter cannot be used.
Alarm 2 type
Alarm 3 type
Function
Setting
• “Alarm 1 to 3 type” parameters specify the operation of the alarm by the one of
the set values in the following table. For details of operation at an alarm, see page
3-10.
Set Value
1
2
3
4
Settings
Upper- and lower-limit alarm
Upper-limit alarm
Lower-limit alarm
Upper- and lower-limit range
alarm
5
Upper- and lower-limit alarm with
standby sequence
6
Upper-limit alarm with standby
sequence
Set Value
7
8
9
10
11
Settings
Lower-limit alarm with standby sequence
Absolute-value upper-limit alarm
Absolute-value lower-limit alarm
Absolute-value upper-limit alarm with
standby sequence
Absolute-value lower-limit alarm with
standby sequence
Default is “2 : upper limit”.
F Related description
3.4 Setting Alarm Type (page 3-10)
See
5--36
F Related parameters
“Alarm value 1” “Alarm value 2” “Alarm value 3” (Program mode)
“Alarm 1 hysteresis” “Alarm 2 hysteresis” “Alarm 3 hysteresis” (level 2 mode)
“Alarm 1 open in alarm” “Alarm 2 open in alarm” “Alarm 3 open in alarm” “Control output 1 assignment” “Control output 2 assignment” “Auxiliary output 1
assignment” “Auxiliary output 2 assignment” (setup mode)
E5AK
Setup Mode
Alarm 1 open in alarm
Conditions of Use
Alarms must be assigned as outputs.
For example, if alarm outputs 1 and 2
only are assigned as outputs, the “alarm
3 open in alarm” parameter cannot be
used.
Alarm 2 open in alarm
Alarm 3 open in alarm
• Sets the output states of alarms 1 to 3.
Function
• When the controller is set to “close in alarm,” the status of the alarm output function is output as it is. When set to “open in alarm,” the status of the alarm output
function is output inverted. The following table shows the relationship between
alarm output functions, alarm output and output LEDs.
Alarm Output Function
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Close in alarm
Open in alarm
” : Close in alarm/ “
Output LED
Lit
Not lit
Lit
Not lit
Default
Setting Range
“
Alarm Output
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
”:Open in alarm
Setting
F Related description
3.4 Setting Alarm Type (page 3-10)
See
F Related parameters
“Alarm value 1” “Alarm value 2” “Alarm value 3” (level 1 mode)
“Alarm 1 hysteresis” “Alarm 2 hysteresis” “Alarm 3 hysteresis” (level 2 mode)
“Alarm 1 open in alarm” “Alarm 2 open in alarm” “Alarm 3 open in alarm” “Control output 1 assignment” “Control output 2 assignment” “Auxiliary output 1
assignment” “Auxiliary output 2 assignment” (setup mode)
Direct/Reverse operation
Function
• “Direct operation” (or normal operation) refers to control where the manipulated
variable is increased according to the increase in the process value. Alternatively,
“reverse operation” refers to control where the manipulated variable is increased
according to the decrease in the process value.
“
Setting Range
” : Reverse operation/ “
Default
”:Direct operation
Setting
F Related description
3.3 Setting Output Specifications/Direct/reverse operation (page 3-8)
See
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Expansion Mode
• The parameters in this mode can be used only when the “security” parameter
(protect mode) is set to “0” and “1”.
• This mode contains the parameters for setting expanded functions. These parameters include parameters for setting the SP setting limitter, selecting advanced PID
and ON/OFF control, and setting the program time unit, step time/rate of rise
programming, time unit of ramp rate and the automatic return of display mode.
key for 1 second minimum. The display changes
• To select this mode, press the
] using the
and
keys, and then
to the menu display. If you select [
key for 1 second minimum, the controller enters the expansion
press the
mode.
• To select parameters in this mode, press the
or
keys.
tings, use the
key. To change parameter set-
• The following table shows the parameters supported in this mode and the page
where the parameter is described.
Symbol
5--38
Parameter Name
Page
Set point upper limit
5-39
Set point lower limit
5-39
PID/ON/OFF
5-39
Operation at power ON
5-40
End condition
5-40
Program time unit
5-41
Step time/Rate of rise programming
5-41
Time unit of ramp rate
5-42
PV start
5-42
Wait width
5-43
Alarm during ramp step enable
5-43
Run all enable
5-43
α
5-44
AT calculated gain
5-44
Automatic return of display mode
5-45
AT hysteresis
5-45
LBA detection width
5-45
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Expansion Mode
Set point upper limit
Set point lower limit
Function
Setting
See
• Limits the upper and lower limits when the SP is set. The SP can be set within the
range defined by the upper and lower limit set values of the “set point upper
limit” and “set point lower limit ” parameters. Note that as these parameters are
reset, the SP of existing settings that are out of the range are forcibly changed to
one of the upper or lower limit values.
• When the temperature input type and temperature unit have been changed, the
set point upper limit and set point lower limit are forcibly changed to the upper
and lower limits of the sensor.
• During temperature input, the decimal point position is dependent on the currently selected sensor, and during analog input on the results of scaling.
Parameter
Set point upper limit
Set point lower limit
Setting Range
Set point lower limit +1 to scaling upper limit
Scaling lower limit to set point upper limit -1
Unit
Default
EU
EU
1300
-200
During temperature input, the range becomes the range of use of the selected sensor instead of the range defined by the scaling upper and lower limit values.
F Related description
4.2 Operating Condition Restrictions (page 4-7)
F Related parameter
“Input type” “Scaling upper limit” “Scaling lower limit” “Decimal point” (setup
mode)
PID/ON/OFF
Conditions of Use
The control must be standard control or
heating and cooling control.
• Selects advanced PID control or ON/OFF control.
Function
“
Setting Range
” :Advance PID/ “
” :ON/OFF
Default
Setting
See
F Related description
4.1 Selecting the Control Method/ON/OFF control (page 4-5)
F Related parameters
“Hysteresis (heat)” “Hysteresis (cool)” (level 1 mode)
E5AK-TAA2
Model
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Expansion Mode
Operation at power ON
Selects one of the following operations when the power is turned ON:
Function
• “Continue” :
was
Starts operations from the state that was active when the power
interrupted.
• “Reset”
:
Resets the controller.
• “Run”
:
Starts normal program operation.
• “Manual”
:
Sets the controller to the manual mode.
“Manual” cannot be selected when Auto/Manual key operation is protected.
“
” :Continue/ “
Setting Range
” :Reset/ “
” Run/ “
Default
” :Manual
Setting
F Related description
4.7 Setting Running Conditions/Operation at power ON (page 4-14)
See
End condition
• Specifies a reset state or continued control on the SP of the final step after program operation ends.
Function
• The program end state will not change when the “number of steps” parameter
setting has been changed after program operation ends. However, when control on
the SP is continued, the SP of the final step is selected after the number of steps
has been changed.
“
” :Reset/ “
Setting Range
” :Continued control using final SP
Setting
F Related description
4.7 Setting Running Conditions/End condition (page 4-15)
See
5--40
F Related parameter
“Number of steps” (program mode)
Default
E5AK
Expansion Mode
Program time unit
Function
• Specifies the time unit of the following parameters:
“Pattern elapsing time monitor”, “Step 0 to 15 time”/Soak time 0 to 7”, “Time
signal 1 ON time” “Time signal 2 ON time” “Time signal 1 OFF time” “Time signal 2 OFF time”
“
Setting Range
” :Hour, minute/ “
” :Minute, second
Default
Setting
See
F Related parameters
“Pattern elapsing time monitor” (level 1 mode)
“Steps 0 to 15 time/Soak time 0 to 7” “Time signal 1 ON time” “Time signal 2 ON
time” “Time signal 1 OFF time” “Time signal 2 OFF time” (program mode)
Step time/Rate of rise programming
• Specifies the program method.
Function
“
Setting Range
” :Set time/ “
” :Rate of rise programming
Default
Setting
See
F Related description
3.5 Setting Patterns (page 3-14)
4.3 Ramp Rise Rate Setup Program (page 4-9)
F Related parameter
“Step 0 to 15 SP/Target SP 0 to 7” “Ramp rate 0 to 7” “Step 0 to 15 time/Soak
time 0 to 7” (program mode)
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Expansion Mode
Time unit of ramp rate
Conditions of Use
Rate of rise programming must be set.
• Specifies the unit time of “rate of rise 0 to 7.”
Function
“
Default
Setting Range
” : Minute/ “
” : Hour
Setting
F Related parameter
“Ramp rate 0 to 7” (program mode)
See
PV start
Conditions of Use
The set time must be set.
Specifies either of the following current SP at the start of program operation:
• PV : Process value at start of program operation (PV start)
Function
• SP : SP of step 0 (normal program operation)
When “PV” is selected, program operation is started from the position where the
current SP first matches the PV at the start of program operation. If the SP does
not match the PV, program operation is started from the beginning of the program.
“
Setting Range
” : PV/ “
” :SP
Default
Setting
F Related description
4.7 Setting Running Conditions/Starting the program run/PV start (page 4-20)
See
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Expansion Mode
Wait width
• Specifies the wait width (deviation on SP) during a wait.
• When this parameter is set to “0”, wait is disabled.
Function
Setting Range
0 to 9999
Unit
EU
Default
0
Setting
F Related description
4.5 Wait Operation (page 4-16)
See
Alarm during ramp step enable
• To enable alarms during the ramp step, set to [ON]. To disable alarm, set to [OFF].
Function
“
Setting Range
”:/“
”
Default
Setting
Run all enable
• To successively execute the program of all patterns from pattern 0, set to [ON].
Function
• Patterns whose “pattern execution count” parameter (level 1 mode) is set to “0”
are skipped.
“
Setting Range
”:/“
”
Default
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Expansion Mode
Conditions of Use
The control must be advanced PID control.
α
• Normally, use the default value.
• Sets advanced PID-control parameter α.
Function
Setting Range
0.00 to 1.00
Unit
Default
None
0.65
Setting
AT calculated gain
Conditions of Use
The control must be advanced PID control.
• Normally, use the default value.
• Sets the gain when adjusting the PID parameters by auto-tuning.
Function
• To give priority to response, decrease the set value of this parameter. To give
priority to stability, increase the set value of this parameter.
Setting Range
0.1 to 10.0
Unit
Default
None
1.0
Setting
See
F Related parameter
“AT Execute/Cancel” (level 1 mode)
“PID/ON/OFF” (expansion mode)
F Related parameter
“PID/ON/OFF” (expansion mode)
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Automatic return of display mode
Function
• If you do not operate any of the controller keys for the time set in this parameter
when in levels 0 to 2 and program modes, the display automatically returns to the
PV/Present SP display.
• When this parameter is set to “0”, this function is disabled. (That is, the display
does not automatically return to the PV/Present SP display.)
• This parameter is disabled while the menu display is displayed.
Setting Range
0 to 99
Unit
Default
Second
0
Setting
AT hysteresis
Conditions of Use
The control must be advanced PID control.
• Normally, use the factory setting.
Function
• The levels of limit cycle operations during AT execution are given hysteresis at
event ON/OFF switching. This parameter sets this hysteresis width.
Setting Range
0.1 to 9.9
Unit
Default
%FS
0.2
Setting
LBA detection width
Conditions of Use
The LBA (Loop Break Alarm) function
must be assigned as an output.
• This parameter can be used when LBA is assigned as an output.
Function
• When the change width of the manipulated variable is below the width set in this
parameter, the controller regards this as detection of an LBA.
Setting Range
0.0 to 999.9
Unit
Default
%FS
0.2
Setting
5--45
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CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS
Option Mode
• The parameters in this mode can be used only when the “security” parameter
(protect mode) is set to “0” and “1”.
• You can select this mode only on controllers that support optional functions. In
this mode, you can set the communications conditions, transfer output and event
input parameters to match the type of optional function supported on the controller. This mode also contains the parameters for the heater burnout alarm (HBA)
function and position-proportional travel time.
key for 1 second minimum. The display changes
• To select this mode, press the
] using the
and
keys, and then
to the menu display. If you select [
key for 1 second minimum, the controller enters the option mode.
press the
• To select parameters in this mode, press the
or
keys.
tings, use the
key. To change parameter set-
• The following table shows the parameters supported in this mode and the page
where the parameter is described.
Symbol
5--46
Parameter Name
Page
Event input assignment 1
5-47
Event input assignment 2
5-47
Event input assignment 3
5-47
Event input assignment 4
5-47
Communication stop bit
5-48
Communication data length
5-48
Communication parity
5-48
Communication baud rate
5-48
Communication unit No.
5-48
Transfer output type
5-49
Transfer output upper limit
5-49
Transfer output lower limit
5-49
HBA latch
5-50
Motor calibration
5-50
Travel time
5-51
PV dead band
5-51
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Option Mode
Event input assignment 1
Event input assignment 3
Event input assignment 2
Event input assignment 4
• When one E53-AKB unit is mounted, only the “event input assignment 3” and
“event input assignment 4” parameters can be used.
Function
• The following functions are assigned as event inputs:
“Run/Reset,” “Remote/Local,” “Auto/Manual,” “Hold/hold cancel,” “Advance,”
“Pattern select 0 to 2”
• The remote/local function can be used on E53-AK01/02/03 option units.
• Weighting of the remote/local function is as follows:
Pattern select 0 = 20, Pattern select 1 = 21, Pattern select 2 = 22
• When event input is used as advance input, program steps are advanced at the rising edge of the event input signal. When event input is used as run/reset input, the
program is reset at the rising edge of the event input signal, and the program runs
at the following edge.
Settings
Function
Event input disabled
Setting
OFF→ON : Reset
/ON→OFF : Run
ON : Remote
/OFF : Local
ON : Manual
/OFF : Auto
ON : Hold
/OFF : Hold cancel
OFF→ON : Execution
Specified
p
byy combination of three event inputs
p
(*1)
( )
*1 The following table shows the relationship between the pattern select signal
and the pattern No.
Pattern No.
Pattern select 0
Pattern select 1
Pattern select 2
• Default is “
See
0
1
○
2
3
○
○
○
4
5
○
○
○
6
7
○
○
○
○
○
”.
F Related description
4.8 How to Use Event input (page 4-23)
F Related parameters
“Remote/local” (level 2 mode)
“Hold” “Advance” (level 0 mode)
“Pattern No.” (level 0/program mode)
F Option units
E53-AKB
Model
5--47
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CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS
Option Mode
Communication stop bit
Communication baud rate
Communication data length
Communication unit No.
Conditions of Use
The communications function must be in
use.
Communication parity
• These parameters are enabled when the power is turned ON again.
Function
• These parameters set the communications conditions. Make sure that the stop bit,
data length, parity and baud rate of the host computer and the E5AK-T controller
are matching.
• When connecting two or more E5AK-T controllers to the host computer, set unit
Nos. that will not conflict with the unit Nos. of other controllers.
• “Communication stop bit” parameter
Setting Range
1, 2
Setting
Unit
Default
Bits
2
• “Communication data length” parameter
Unit
Bits
Setting Range
7, 8
Default
7
• “Communication parity” parameter
Default
Setting
“
”: None/ “
”:Even/“
”:Odd
• “Communication baud rate” parameter
Setting Range
1.2, 2.4, 4.8, 9.6, 19.2
Unit
kbps
Default
9.6
• “Communication unit No.” parameter
Setting Range
0 to 99
Unit
Default
None
0
F Related description
Chapter 6 Using the Communications Functions
See
F Related parameter
“Remote/Local” (level 2 mode)
F Option units
E53-AK01/02/03
Model
5--48
E5AK
Option Mode
Transfer output type
Transfer output upper
limit
Conditions of Use
The transfer output function must be in
use.
Transfer output lower
limit
• These parameters set the transfer output conditions.
Function
• The “transfer output type” parameter selects one of the following data items as
the transfer output type, and assigns this to transfer output:
Present SP, Process value, Manipulated variable (heat) (standard type), Manipulated variable (cool) (during heating and cooling control on a standard type controller), Valve opening (during position-proportional control)
• The “transfer output upper limit” and “transfer output lower limit” parameters
are used for scaling of transfer output. The setting range varies according to this
output data. Also, a lower limit value larger than the upper limit value may be set.
• Using temperature input, the decimal point position of the present SP or process
value is dependent on the currently selected sensor, and using analog input on the
results of scaling.
• Set the scaling of the present SP or process value within the sensor input indication range.
Transfer Output Type
Setting
“
” Present SP
“
” Process Value
“
” Manipulated variable (heat)
“
” Manipulated variable (cool)
” Valve opening
“
• Default : [
Transfer Output Lower Limit to
Transfer Output Upper Limit
-1999 to 9999
-1999 to 9999
-5.0% to 105.0% (standard control), 0.0 to 105.0% (heating and cooling control)
0.0 to 105.0%
-10.0 to 110.0%
].
F Related description
4.11 How to Use Transfer Output (page 4-28)
See
F Option units
E53-AKF
Model
5--49
E5AK
CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS
Option Mode
HBA latch
Function
Conditions of Use
The HBA output function must be
assigned as the output.
• When this parameter is set to ON, the heater burnout alarm is held until either of
the following conditions is satisfied:
a Set the heater burnout set value to “0.0”.
b Reset the controller. (Turn the controller’s power OFF then back ON
again.)
[
Setting Range
]: Enabled/[
]: Disabled
Default
Setting
F Related description
4.9 How to Use the Heater Burnout Alarm (page 4-23)
See
F Related parameters
“Control output assignments 1” “Control output assignments 2” “Auxiliary output assignments 1” “Auxiliary output assignments 2” (setup mode)
E5AK-AA2
Model
Motor calibration
Function
Conditions of Use
The control must be position-proportion
control.
• Executes motor calibration. Be sure to execute this parameter when monitoring
the valve opening. (Displays cannot be switched while motor calibration is being
executed.)
• The “travel time” parameter is also reset when this parameter is executed.
• Default : [
].
• Motor calibration is executed when [
Example
of use
] is selected.
• After motor calibration is completed, the setting automatically returns to [
• When an error occurs during motor calibration, [
] is displayed on the No.2
display.
F Related description
4.1 Selecting the Control Method/Position-proportional control (page 4-4)
See
F Related parameter
“Travel time” (option mode)
E5AK-TPRR2
Model
5--50
].
E5AK
Option Mode
Travel time
Conditions of Use
The control must be position-proportion
control.
• Sets the time from valve fully opened to valve fully closed.
Function
• The travel time is automatically set when the “motor calibration” parameter is
executed.
Setting Range
1 to 999
Unit
Default
Second
30
Setting
F Related description
4.1 Selecting the Control Method/Position-proportional control (page 4-4)
See
F Related parameters
“Motor calibration” (option mode)
E5AK-TPRR2
Model
PV dead band
Conditions of Use
The control must be position-proportion
control.
• Sets a band centered at SP within which valve will not move.
Set point
Function
PV dead band
Process value
• This function is for special applications, and normally it need not be used. For
details, contact your nearest branch of OMRON.
• The decimal is dependent on the results of scaling.
Setting Range
0 to 9999
Unit
Default
EU
0
Setting
See
F Related parameters
“Input type” “Scaling upper limit” “Scaling lower limit” “Decimal point” (setup
mode)
E5AK-TPRR2
Model
5--51
E5AK
CHAPTER 5 PARAMETERS
Calibration Mode
• The parameters in this mode can be used only when the “security” parameter
(protect mode) is set to “0”. When selecting this mode for the first time after the
E5AK-T has left the factory, return the “security” parameter to “0”.
• This mode contains the parameters for user calibration of inputs and outputs.
Only parameters relating to input types specified in the “input type” parameter
(setup mode) can be used. Also, related output parameters can be used only when
the communications unit (E53-AKF) is added on.
key for 1 second minimum. The display changes
• To select this mode, press the
] using the
and
keys, and then
to the menu display. If you select [
key for 1 second minimum, the controller enters the calibration
press the
mode.
• For details on parameters in the calibration mode, see Chapter 7 Calibration.
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CHAPTER 6 USING THE COMMUNICATIONS FUNCTION
6
CHAPTER 6
USING THE
COMMUNICATIONS
FUNCTION
This chapter mainly describes communications with a host computer
and communications commands.
6.1 Outline of the Communications Function .
6-2
Outline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2
Transfer procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2
Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2
6.2 Preparing for Communications . . . . . . . . . .
6-3
Cable connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-3
Setting the communications specifications
6-4
6.3 Command Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-5
6.4 Commands and Responses . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-7
Reading/writing parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-7
Issuing special commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-10
Reading/writing program parameters . . . .
6-12
6.5 How to Read Communications
Error Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-15
End code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-15
Undefined error . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-16
6.6 Program Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-17
How to use programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-17
Program list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-18
Examples of use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-19
6--1
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CHAPTER 6 USING THE COMMUNICATIONS FUNCTION
6.1 Outline of the Communications Function
J Outline
The communications function allows you to monitor and set E5AK-T
parameters by a program prepared and running on a host computer
connected to the E5AK-T controller. This chapter describes operations
as viewed from the host computer.
When the communications function is used, the E53-AK01/02/03 communications unit must be added on.
The E5AK-T communications function allows you to carry out the following:
• Read/write parameters
• Instruct operations
• Select the setting level.
The communications function assumes the following conditions:
• Writing of parameters is possible only during remote operation. Also,
parameters cannot be written during execution of auto-tuning.
• Writing of parameters is limited by setting level. Writing conditions
are as follows depending on the setting level:
• Setting level 1: No restrictions
• Setting level 0: Writing of parameters in the setup, expansion and
option modes only is prohibited.
• The “remote/local”, “AT execute/cancel”, “hold/hold cancel” and
“advance” parameters are set aside from other parameters as special
commands for instructing operations.
J Transfer
procedure
The host computer sends a “command frame” to the controller, and the
controller returns a “response frame” corresponding to the content of
the command sent by the host computer. In other words, a response
frame is returned for each command frame sent.
The following diagram shows command frame/response frame operations.
Command frame
Command frame
Host computer
E5AK-T
Response frame
J Interface
6--2
The host computer carries out communications conforming to the
RS-232C, RS-422 or RS-485 interface specifications.
Controllers supporting the RS-232C, RS-422 and RS-485 specifications
are as follows:
• Option units
E53-AK01: RS-232C
E53-AK02: RS-422
E53-AK03: RS-485
E5AK
6.2 Preparing for Communications
6.2 Preparing for Communications
For details on wiring when the communications function is used, see
Chapter 2 Preparations.
J Cable connections
F RS-232C
• Only one controller can be connected to the host computer.
(1:1 connection)
• The cable length should not exceed 15 meters.
• Use shielded twisted-pair cables (AWG28 or more) for the cables.
25 pins
E5AK-T
IBM-PC/XT
DE-25
Female
DTE
RS-232C
No.
9 pins
E5AK--T
IBM-PC/AT
DE-25
Female
DTE
RS-232C
(RD) RXD
2
(SD) TXD
3
(ER) DTR
4
(SG) COMMON
5
(SD) TXD
2
(RD) RXD
3
(RS) RTS
4
(CS) CTS
5
(DR) DSR
6
(DR) DSR
6
(SG) COMMON
7
(ER) DTR
20
FG
1
F RS-422
20 SD
19 RD
18 SG
(RS) RTS
7
(CS) CTS
8
FG
1
No.
20 SD
19 RD
18 SG
• 1:1 or 1:N connections are allowed. In a 1:N connection, up to 32 controllers including the host computer can be connected.
• The total cable length should not exceed 500 meters.
• Use shielded twisted-pair cables (AWG28 or more) for the cables.
• Attach terminators to the controllers at both ends of the series of controllers connected in an open configuration. For example, in the following configuration, connect the terminator to unit No.30, and do
not connect terminators to unit Nos.0 to 29.
• Use terminators having a resistance of 240 Ω (1/2 W). The total resistance of both ends should be at least 100 Ω.
Host computer
E5AK-T (No.0)
RS-422
RDA
RS-422
Shielded cable
No.
32 SDA
E5AK-T (No.30)
TerminatorX2
(240 Ω 1/2 W)
RS-422
No.
32 SDA
RDB
31 SDB
31 SDB
SDA
19 RDA
19 RDA
SDB
20 RDB
20 RDB
SG
18
SG
18
SG
FG
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F RS-485
• 1:1 or 1:N connections are allowed. In a 1:N connection, up to 32 controllers including the host computer can be connected.
• The total cable length should not exceed 500 meters.
• Use shielded twisted-pair cables (AWG28 or more) for the cables.
• Attach terminators to the controllers at both ends of the series of controllers connected in an open configuration. For example, in the following configuration, connect the terminator to unit No.30, and do
not connect terminators to unit Nos.0 to 29.
• Use terminators having a resistance of 120 Ω (1/2 W). The total resistance of both ends should be at least 54 Ω.
Host computer
RS-485
A < B : “1” Mark
A > B : “0” Space
Shielded cable
+
Terminator
(120Ω 1/2W)
FG
E5AK-T (No.0)
E5AK-T (No.30)
RS-485
RS-485
No.
No.
J Setting the communications
specifications
F Communications
parameters
32
A
32
A
31
B
31
B
19
A
19
A
20
B
20
B
Match the communications specifications of the host computer and
E5AK-T controller. When two or more controllers are connected to the
host computer, make sure that the communications specifications of all
controllers are the same.
This section describes how to set the communications specifications for
the E5AK-T controller. For details on the host computer, see the relevant manual supplied with the host computer.
Set the communications specifications of the E5AK-T in the controller’s
communications parameters. The communications parameters are set
on the front panel of the E5AK-T controller.
The following table shows the communications parameters (option
mode) provided on the E5AK-T controller and their respective settings.
Parameter/Symbol
Setting
Set Value
Unit No.
0 to 99
0
to 99
Baud rate
1.2/2.4/4.8/9.6/19.2 (kbps)
1.2/2.4/4.8/ 9.6 /19.2
Bit length
7/8 (bit)
7 /8
Parity
None/even/odd
Stop bit
1/2
/ e?en
/
1/ 2
Inverted items are factory settings.
6--4
E5AK
6.3 Command Structure
6.3 Command Structure
Command structure is as follows. Each command is paired with a response.
2B
Command
@
1B
Unit
No.
2B
Command
code
4B
2B
Data
FCS
2B
*
CR
Command type
2B
Response
End code = 00
@
Unit
No.
2B
2B
4B
2B
Command
code
End
code
Data
FCS
2B
*
CR
Command type
2B
Response
End code = 00
1B
@
1B
Unit
No.
2B
2B
2B
Command
code
End
code
FCS
2B
*
CR
Command type
• “@”
The start character. This character must be inserted before the leading byte.
• Unit No.
Specifies the “unit No.” of the E5AK-T. If there are two or more transmission destinations, specify the desired destination using “unit No.”
• Command type
Code
1
2
3
4
5
Command type
Parameter read
Parameter write
Special command
Program parameter read
Program parameter write
• Command code
Specifies the command for each command type. With parameter read/
write commands and program parameter read/write commands, this
becomes the parameter No.
• Data
Specifies the set value or setting content. With the parameter read
and program parameter read commands, set dummy data “0000”. In
the response, this is inserted only when the end code is “00”.
About invalid
parameters
Currently, if a command is used for invalid parameters (parameters that do not
satisfy the conditions of use in Chapter 5), the “undefined” error (end code: IC)
response is returned.
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• End code
Sets the communication results. For details on the types and meanings of end codes, see 6.5 How to Read Communications Error Information (page 6-12).
• FCS (Frame Check Sequence)
Set the frame check results from the start character to the data area.
For details on the frame check, see 6.6 Program Example (page 6-18).
• “*” “CR (Carriage Return) code”
Indicates the end (terminator) of the command or response block.
How to Calculate
FCS
Calculate the exclusive OR from the start character to the data section. The following describes an example of how to calculate the FCS for “@001000000”.
(1) Convert the ASCII codes of each character to Hexadecimal “40H, 30H, ...,
30H”.
(2) Calculate the exclusive OR of all characters.
(3) Convert to ASCII code. (→ “4B”)
(4) Set the result as FCS.
F ASCII → Hex
ASCII
Hex
@
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
40H
30H
30H
31H
30H
30H
30H
30H
30H
30H
F Exclusive OR
40H¨30H¨30H¨31H¨30H¨30H¨30H¨30H¨30H¨30H¨=71H
F Conversion to ASCII code at each digit of the calculation result and setting to FCS
ASCII
Hex
@
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
1
40H
30H
30H
31H
30H
30H
30H
30H
30H
30H
37H
31H
FCS
F Completed frame (with appended terminator)
ASCII
Hex
@
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
1
*
CR
40H
30H
30H
31H
30H
30H
30H
30H
30H
30H
37H
31H
2AH
0DH
FCS
6--6
Terminator
E5AK
6.4 Commands and Responses
6.4 Commands and Responses
This section describes commands and response in detail. The conventions used in this section and data restrictions are as follows:
• Data is expressed in 1-byte units and in ASCII code.
• When the read or write data is a numerical value, the data to be set
must conform to the following conditions:
(1) The decimal point “.” is not indicated in fractions.
(2) The leftmost bit of minus numerical data must be expressed as fol
lows:
A: -1, F: - (minus)
[example]
10.0=[0100], -150.0=[A500], -15=[F015]
J Reading/writing parameters
F Reading parameters
Command
@
2B
Unit
No.
2B
1
2B
Response
@
F Writing parameters
Command
Unit
No.
2B
1
2B
@
Unit
No.
2
2B
Response
@
Unit
No.
Parameter
No.
Parameter
No.
2B
2B
FCS
0
0
0
0
*
4B
2B
End
code
Read data
FCS
2B
*
4B
2B
Parameter
No.
Write data
FCS
CR
2B
*
Parameter
No.
CR
2B
2B
2B
2
4B
CR
2B
4B
2B
End
code
Write data
FCS
2B
*
CR
Parameters of a specified controller are read or written.
• Writing is possible only during remote operation.
• Reading is impossible during execution of auto-tuning.
• The following are set aside as special commands. For details, see page
6-10.
• “Remote/local”, AT execute/cancel”, “Hold/Hold cancel” and
“Advance”
• For details on parameters in each setting level, see the tables on page
6-8 and 6-9.
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Parameter No.
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
Parameter
Data Setting and Monitor Range
00
PV monitor
*1 *2
01
Set point
*1
Set point lower limit to set point upper limit
04
MV monitor (heat)
*1
-5.0 to 105.0
42
MV monitor (cool)
*1
0.0 to 105.0
14
Valve opening monitor
*1
-10.0 to 110.0
02
Alarm value 1
-1999 to 9999
03
Alarm value 2
-1999 to 9999
41
Alarm value 3
-1999 to 9999
19
Proportional band
20
Integral time
0 to 3999
21
Derivative time
0 to 3999
22
Cooling coefficient
09
Dead band
87
Position-proportional
band
23
Manual reset value
0.0 to 100.0
06
Hysteresis (heat)
0.01 to 99.99
43
Hysteresis (cool)
0.01 to 99.99
07
Control period (heat)
1 to 99
08
Control period (cool)
1 to 99
17
Heater current monitor
18
Heater burnout alarm
0.0 to 50.0
46
LBA detection time
0 to 9999
47
MV at reset
*6
48
MV at PV error
*6
-5.0 to 105.0
50
MV upper limit
*3
MV lower limit +0.1 to 105.0
49
MV lower limit
*4
-5.0 to MV upper limit -0.1
51
MV change rate limit
56
Input digital filter
0 to 9999
88
Open/close hysteresis
0.1 to 20.0
25
Alarm 1 hysteresis
0.01 to 99.99
26
Alarm 2 hysteresis
0.01 to 99.99
52
Alarm 3 hysteresis
0.01 to 99.99
53
Input shift upper limit
-199.9 to 999.9
54
Input shift lower limit
-199.9 to 999.9
Mode
Scaling lower limit -10% to scaling upper limit +10%
*3
Program
g
0.1 to 999.9
*5
0.01 to 99.99
-19.99 to 99.99
dead
*1
0.1 to 10.0
L
Level
l1
0.0 to 55.0
-5.0 to 105.0
0.0 to 100.0
Possible only during reading
During temperature input, the range becomes the range of use of the selected sensor.
During heating and cooling control, the range becomes 0.0 to 105.0.
During heating and cooling control, the range becomes -105.0 to 0.0.
During position-proportional control, the range becomes 1 to 3999.
During heating and cooling control, the range becomes -105.0 to 105.0.
During position-proportional control, you can select between 0: Hold/1: Open/2: Close. (Defaults is “0 : Hold”.)
6--8
Level 0
Level 2
E5AK
6.4 Commands and Responses
Parameter No.
Parameter
Data Setting Range
Mode
57
Input type
0 to 21
59
Scaling upper limit
Scaling lower limit +1 to 9999
58
Scaling lower limit
-1999 to scaling upper limit -1
60
Decimal point
30
_C/_F selection
61
Control output 1 assignment
0 to 6, 10 to 13
*8
62
Control output 2 assignment
0 to 6, 10 to 13
*8
63
Auxiliary output 1 assignment
2 to 8, 10 to 13
*8
64
Auxiliary output 2 assignment
2 to 8, 10 to 13
*8
65
Alarm 1 type
66
Alarm 1 open in alarm
67
Alarm 2 type
68
Alarm 2 open in alarm
69
Alarm 3 type
70
Alarm 3 open in alarm
71
Direct/Reverse operation
28
Set point upper limit *1
Set point lower limit +1 to scaling upper limit
27
Set point lower limit *1
Scaling lower limit to Set point upper limit -1
72
PID / ON/OFF
35
α
0.00 to 1.00
85
AT calculated gain
0.1 to 10.0
36
Automatic return of display mode
93
AT hysteresis
55
LBA detection width
0.0 to 999.9
77
Event input assignment 3
-1 to 2, 4 to 8
*11
78
Event input assignment 4
-1 to 2, 4 to 8
*11
79
Transfer output type
0 to 5
*12
81
Transfer output upper limit
*12
80
Transfer output lower limit
*12
82
HBA latch
89
Travel time
1 to 999
38
PV dead band
0 to 9999
*7
0 to 3
0: _C, 1: _F
Set up
1 to 11
0: Closed in alarm, 1: Open in alarm
*9
1 to 11
0: Closed in alarm, 1: Open in alarm
*9
1 to 11
0: Closed in alarm, 1: Open in alarm
*9
0: Reverse operation, 1: Direct operation
0: Advanced PID, 1: ON/OFF
Expansion
0 to 99
0.1 to 9.9
Option
0: OFF, 1: ON
*7 See page 5-31.
*8 0: Control output (heat), 1: Control output (cool), 2 to 4: Alarms 1 to 3, 5: HBA, 6: LBA, 7 and 8: Errors 1 to 2, 10 to 11: Time
signal 1 to 2, 12: Program end, 13: Stage output
*9 See page 5-37.
*10 During temperature input, the range becomes the range of use of the selected sensor instead of the scaling upper/lower limit
values.
*11 -1: No specification, 0: Run/Reset, 1: Remote/Local, 2: Auto/Manual, 4: Hold/Hold cancel, 5: Advance, 6 to 8: Pattern select 0 to 2
*12 The following table shows the output ranges of the transfer output lower and upper limits.
Transfer Output Type
Transfer Output Lower Limit to
Transfer Output Upper Limit
0: Present SP
-1999 to 9999
2: Process value
-1999 to 9999
3: Manipulated variable (heat)
4: Manipulated variable (cool)
5: Valve opening
-5.0 to 105.0% (standard control),
0.0 to 105.0% (heating and cooling control)
0.0 to 105.0%
-10.0 to 110.0%
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J Issuing special commands
2B
Command
@
Unit
No.
3
2B
Response
@
Unit
No.
3
2B
4B
2B
Command
code
Instruction code
FCS
2B
*
CR
2B
2B
4B
2B
Command
code
End
code
Instruction code
FCS
2B
*
CR
The following functions are issued as special commands.
• Run/Reset
Runs or stops programs. This command cannot be issued in setting
level 1.
• Remote/Local (maximum number of writes: 100,000)
Selects remote operation or local operation.
• AT Execute/Cancel
Executes or cancels auto-tuning. This command cannot be issued in
setting level 1.
• Move to setting level 1
Issue this command when writing parameters in the setup, expansion
and option modes. On the E5AK-T, the parameter switches to the top
parameter “
: input type” of the setup mode, and control is
stopped.
• Software reset
Resets E5AK-T operation (same as turning power ON) by communications. A response is not returned to this command. Also, communications with the E5AK-T cannot be carried out for five seconds after
reset.
• Status
Monitors the status of the E5AK-T. Two command groups are available, A and B, depending on the instruction code. The response is returned in bit units to the instruction code (4B) of the response frame.
For details on the monitoring details of each group, see page 6-11.
• Hold
Holds program execution or cancels hold. This command cannot be
issued in setting level 1.
• Advance
Advances execution of steps in the program. This command cannot be
issued in setting level 1.
00
Run/Reset
0000: Run, 0001: Reset
02
Remote/Local
0000: Local, 0001: Remote
07
AT Execute/Cancel
0000: Cancel, 0001: 40% AT execution, 0002: 100% AT execution
09
Move to setting level 1
0000
11
Software reset
0000
14
Status
0000: A group, 0001: B group
15
Hold
0000: Hold cancel, 0001: Hold
16
Advance
0000
In the case of the “Run/Reset” or “Advance” command, issue command
when the response of the previous command was returned and passed
for 0.5 seconds.
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6.4 Commands and Responses
F A group
Bit
Description
[1]
[0]
0
Heating side output
*3
ON
OFF
*1
1
Cooling side output
*4
ON
OFF
*1
2
Alarm output 1
ON
OFF
*2
3
Alarm output 2
ON
OFF
*2
4
Alarm output 3
ON
OFF
*2
5
LBA output
ON
OFF
*2
6
HBA output
ON
OFF
*2
7
Run/Reset
Reset
Run
8
Auto/Manual
Manual
Auto
9
Remote/Local
Remote
Local
10
11
AT
AT execution
OFF
12
Hold
During hold
OFF
13
Wait
During wait
OFF
14
Event input 3
ON
OFF
15
Event input 4
ON
OFF
F B group
Bit
0
Description
[1]
[0]
Setting level
1
0
2
Control output 1 type
Linear
Pulse
3
Control output 2 type
Linear
Pulse
5
Input error
ON
OFF
6
A/D converter error
ON
OFF
7
CT overflow
ON
OFF
8
CT hold
ON
OFF
9
Potentiometer error
ON
OFF
1
4
*5
10
11
Time signal 1 output
ON
OFF
*2
12
Time signal 2 output
ON
OFF
*2
13
Ramp/soak
Ramp
Soak
14
Program end
ON
OFF
15
During standby
ON
OFF
*6
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
Always “OFF” at linear output
Always “OFF” when output is not assigned
During position-proportional control, output is Open.
During position-proportional control, output is Close.
When the ON time during control output is less than 190 ms, the heater current to
which
“ 1” is set and the previous current value is held.
*6 “ON” while the No.2 display indicates [
]. For details on the [
] indication,
see page 4-15.
About Setting Levels
To return to setting level 0 from setting level 1, issue the “software reset” command. If the parameter write command is issued for the setup, expansion and
option modes in setting level 0, an error occurs, and the end code (0D = Command cannot be executed) is returned.
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J Reading/writing program parameters
F Reading parameters
2B
Command
@
Unit
No.
2B
4
2B
Response
@
Unit
No.
4
4B
2B
2B
FCS
Parameter
No.
0
0
0
*
0
CR
2B
2B
4B
2B
Parameter
No.
End
code
Read data
FCS
2B
*
CR
F Writing parameters
2B
Command
@
Unit
No.
2B
5
2B
Response
@
Unit
No.
5
Parameter
No.
4B
2B
Write data
FCS
2B
*
CR
2B
2B
4B
2B
Parameter
No.
End
code
Write data
FCS
2B
*
CR
Parameters relating to the program of the specified unit are read or
written.
• Writing is possible only during remote operation.
• Reading is impossible during execution of auto-tuning.
• For details on parameters in each setting level, see the lists for each
setting level on pages 6-13 to 6-14.
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6.4 Commands and Responses
Parameter No.
Parameter
Data Setting and Monitor Range
Mode
*2
00
Pattern No.
*2
0 to 7
01
Step No. monitor
*1
0 to number of steps -1
63
Standby time monitor
*1
0.00 to 99.59
02
Pattern elapsing time monitor
*1
0.00 to 99.59
03
Pattern execution count monitor *1
60
Number of steps
05
Step 0 SP/Target SP 0
06
Ramp rate 0
07
Step 0 time/Soak time 0
0.00 to 99.59
08
Step 1 SP/Target SP 1
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
09
Ramp rate 1
10
Step 1 time/Soak time 1
0.00 to 99.59
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
Level 0
0 to 9999
1 to 16
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
0 to 9999
0 to 9999
11
Step 2 SP/Target SP 2
12
Ramp rate 2
13
Step 2 time/Soak time 2
0.00 to 99.59
14
Step 3 SP/Target SP 3
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
15
Ramp rate 3
16
Step 3 time/Soak time 3
0.00 to 99.59
17
Step 4 SP/Target SP 4
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
18
Ramp rate 4
19
Step 4 time/Soak time 4
0.00 to 99.59
20
Step 5 SP/Target SP 5
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
21
Ramp rate 5
22
Step 5 time/Soak time 5
0.00 to 99.59
23
Step 6 SP/Target SP 6
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
24
Ramp rate 6
25
Step 6 time/Soak time 6
0.00 to 99.59
26
Step 7 SP/Target SP 7
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
27
Ramp rate 7
28
Step 7 time/Soak time 7
29
Step 8 SP
30
Step 8 time
0.00 to 99.59
31
Step 9 SP
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
32
Step 9 time
0.00 to 99.59
33
Step 10 SP
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
34
Step 10 time
0.00 to 99.59
35
Step 11 SP
36
Step 11 time
0.00 to 99.59
37
Step 12 SP
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
38
Step 12 time
0.00 to 99.59
39
Step 13 SP
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
40
Step 13 time
0.00 to 99.59
0 to 9999
0 to 9999
0 to 9999
0 to 9999
Program
g
0 to 9999
0 to 9999
0.00 to 99.59
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
*1 Reading only is possible.
*2 Can be used in either the level 0 or program modes.
Read only during program run
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Parameter No.
Parameter
41
Step 14 SP
42
Step 14 time
0.00 to 99.59
43
Step 15 SP
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
44
Step 15 time
0.00 to 99.59
04
Pattern execution count
45
Time signal 1 enabled step
46
Time signal 1 ON time
0.00 to 99.59
47
Time signal 1 OFF time
0.00 to 99.59
48
Time signal 2 enabled step
49
Time signal 2 ON time
0.00 to 99.59
50
Time signal 2 OFF time
0.00 to 99.59
62
Standby time
0.00 to 99.59
54
Operation at power ON
55
End condition
51
Program time unit
56
Step time/Rate of rise programming
57
Time unit of ramp rate
58
PV start
59
Wait width
52
Alarm during ramp step enable
0 : OFF, 1 : ON
53
Run all enable
0 : OFF, 1 : ON
*3 0: Continue, 1: Reset, 2: Run, 3: Manual
6--14
Data Setting and Monitor Range
Mode
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
0 to 9999
0 to 15
Program
g
0 to 15
Level 2
*3
0: Reset, 1: Final step SP
0: Hour, minute, 1: Minute, second
0: Step time, 1: Rate of rise programming
0: Minute, 1: Hour
0: SP start, 1: PV start
0 to 9999
Expansion
p
E5AK
6.5 How to Read Communications Error Information
6.5 How to Read Communications Error Information
The result of communications on the E5AK-T can be checked by the end code or undefined error response in the response frame. Use this end code or undefined error response to remedy errors that may
occur.
J End code
Communications are normal when the end code in the response is “00”.
If the end code is not “00”, this indicates that an error that is not an
undefined error has occurred. The end code format is as follows and
does not contain a data area.
@
Unit
No.
Command
code
End
code
FCS
*
CR
Command type
End code
0D
Code name
F Description
Command cannot be executed
• Writing was carried out during local operation.
• Writing was carried out during execution of auto-tuning.
• An attempt was made to execute 40%AT during heating and cooling
control or position-proportional control.
• An attempt was made to switch run/reset in setting level 1.
• An attempt was made to execute AT in setting level 1.
F Action
End code
10
• Issue the parameter read or write commands in conditions other than
above.
Code name
Parity error
F Description
Parity check error was detected in the received data.
F Action
Check the communications conditions. If the communications conditions of the host computer and E5AK-T controller match, then a probable cause is a problem in the communications circuit of one or both of
the host computer and E5AK-T controller.
End code
11
Code name
Framing error
F Description
Stop bit cannot be detected.
F Action
Check the communications conditions. If the communications conditions of the host computer and E5AK-T controller match, then a probable cause is a problem in the communications circuit of one or both of
the host computer and E5AK-T controller.
About the Unit No.
Responses are not returned unless the target unit for communications and the
unit No. defined in the command match.
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End code
13
Code name
FCS error
F Description
The FCS (Frame Check Sequence) do not match.
F Action
Check the FCS program.
End code
14
Code name
Format error
F Description
The received command length does not match the length defined in the
frame format.
F Action
Check the communications conditions. If the communications conditions of the host computer and E5AK-T controller match, then a probable cause is a problem in the communications circuit of one or both of
the host computer and E5AK-T controller.
End code
15
Code name
Setting range error
F Description
Numerical values or code values in the data are not within the setting
range.
F Action
Check the parameter and read or write data of special commands.
J Undefined error
2B
@
F Description
Unit
No.
2B
2B
2B
FCS
I
C
*
CR
• An undefined header code has been received.
• A currently invalid parameter (e.g. the scaling command during temperature input) has been received.
F Action
6--16
• Check the parameter No.
E5AK
6.6 Program Example
6.6 Program Example
J How to use programs
The program described below obtains corresponding response frame data when
some of the command frame data is input.
The input format is as follows. The FCS and terminator are automatically generated, and need not be input.
2B
@
1B
Unit
No.
2B
Command
code
4B
2B
Data
FCS
2B
*
CR
Command type
Input these data.
These are automatically
generated.
The output format is as follows. The content of the response frame is displayed as it
is.
2B
@
1B
Unit
No.
2B
Command
code
2B
End
code
4B
2B
Data
FCS
2B
*
CR
Command type
F Procedure
(1) Read the program.
(2) Enter “RUN”.
(3) When “send data:” is displayed, enter the command data (from @ to the command string).
(4) The content of the response frame is displayed following “receive data:”.
F Conditions when running a program
• Set the communications conditions as follows:
Baud rate
Bit length
Parity
Stop bit
:
:
:
:
9600 bps
7 bits
Even
2
• Make sure that the communications cable is properly connected.
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J Program list (language: IBM PC Compatible Machine)
1000 ’
1010 ’ PROGRAM : E5AK-T COMMUNICATION PROGRAM
1020 ’
FOR IBM PC COMPATBLE MACHINE
1050 ’
1060 ’
Default RS-232C SPEED: 9600BPS, PARITY: EVEN, DATA: 7, STOP: 2
1070 OPEN “COM: E73” AS #1
1080 *REPEAT
1090 ’
Enter send data
1100 INPUT “send data : ” , SEND$
1110’
FCS calculation
1120 FCS=0
1130 FOR IFCS=1 TO LEN (SEND$)
1140 FCS=FCS XOR ASC (MID$ (SEND$, IFCS, 1))
1150 NEXT
1160 FCS$=RIGHT$ (“0”+HEX$ (FCS), 2)
1170 ’
Execute communications
1180 ZZZ$=SEND$+FCS$+“*”+CHR$ (13)
1190 PRINT #1, ZZZ$;
1120’
Check response
1210 RECCNT=0: TMP$=“”
1220 *DRECLOOP:
1230 IF LOC (1) < > 0 THEN DREC1
1240 RECCNT=RECCNT+1
1250 IF RECCNT=5000 THEN *DRECERR ELSE DRECLOOP
1260 *DREC1
1270 TMP$=TMP$+INPUT$ (LOC (1), #1)
1280 IF RIGHT$ (TMP$, 1)=CHR$ (13) THEN *DRECEND
ELSE RECCNT=0: GOTO *DRECLOOP
1290 *DRECERR
1300 TMP$=“No response !!” +CHR$ (13)
1310 *DRECEND
1320 RECV$=TMP$
1330 PRINT “receive data : ” ; RECV$
1340 ’
Repeat to make Command
1350’ GOTO *REPEAT
1360 ’
END
1370 CLOSE #1
1380 END
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6.6 Program Example
J Examples of use
• Set the unit No. to “00”.
• In the following examples, data is shown in individual blocks to make the examples easier to understand. However, when actually creating programs, do not leave
spaces between frame items. Also, response are displayed without spaces between
frame items.
F Set the set point to “300.0”
• Input data
@ 00 5 05 3000
300.0
Set point
Write parameter
• Response
@ 00 5 05 00 3000 (FCS) *
Normal end
F Start running
• Input data
@ 00 3 00 0000
Run
Run/Reset
Special command
• Response
@ 00 3 00 00 0000 (FCS) *
Normal end
F Monitor process value
• Input data
@ 00 1 00 0000
Dummy data
Monitor process value
Read parameter
• Response
@ 00 1 00 00 2000 (FCS) *
Process value = 2000
Normal end
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CHAPTER 7 CALIBRATION
7
CHAPTER 7
CALIBRATION
This chapter describes procedures for each calibration operation.
Read this chapter only when the controller must be calibrated.
7.1 Parameter Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-2
7.2 Calibrating Thermocouples . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-4
7.3 Calibrating Platinum
Resistance Thermometers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-7
7.4 Calibrating Current Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-9
7.5 Calibrating Voltage Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-10
7.6 Checking Indication Accuracy . . . . . . . . . . .
7-12
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CHAPTER 7 CALIBRATION
7.1 Parameter Structure
• To calibrate the E5AK-T controller, select [
] in the menu dis] .is displayed.
play to select the calibration mode. [
] may not be displayed on the menu display
• However, note that [
when, for example, the user is calibrating the E5AK-T controller for
] is displayed by changing the “sethe first time. If this happens, [
curity” parameter (protect mode) to “0”.
• The parameters in the calibration mode are structure as follows:
Thermocouple
Thermocouple 1
Platinum resistance
thermometer
Current input
Voltage input
0 to 5V 1 to 5V
Thermocouple 2
0 to 10V
Transfer output
Only when the
transfer output
function is supported
Thermocouple 1
Thermocouple 2
: K1/J1/L1/E/N/W/PLII
: K2/J2/L2/R/S/B/T/U
Platinum resistance
thermocouple
:JPt100/Pt100
Data storage
• To select the desired parameter, press the
key. Parameters are
displayed in the following order:
Calibration of inputs → Calibration of transfer output →
Storage of calibration data
If the E5AK-T controller does not support the transfer output function, calibration of transfer output is automatically deleted from the
calibration procedure as follows:
Calibration of inputs → Storage of calibration data
• Only inputs that have been set in the “input type” parameter (setup
mode) can be calibrated. To temporarily store data for each of the calkey for 1 second.
ibration parameters, press the
• Transfer output can be calibrated only when the Communications
unit (E53-AKF) is set in the controller. To adjust data items, press the
or
keys.
• The data store menu is displayed only when all calibration items have
temporarily been stored.
• After calibrating input, you must always check indication accuracy.
For details, see page 7-12.
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E5AK
7.1 Parameter Structure
F Calibration item
menu
Calibration item
parameter
Process value
• Parameters are displayed on the No.1 display, and the process value is
displayed in Hexadecimal on the No.2 display.
• Normally, the process value changes by several digits. The process
value flashes, for example, when a sensor error causes the process value to stray from the calibration target range.
• When the process value display is flashing, the process value is not
key is pressed.
stored as data even if the
F Calibration store
mark
• Once the E5AK-T controller has been calibrated by the user, [
] is
displayed preceded by the “.” mark when the calibration mode is next
selected.
Calibration store mark
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7.2 Calibrating Thermocouples
• Calibrate according to the type of thermocouple, thermocouple 1
group (K1, J1, L1, E, N, W, PLII) and thermocouple 2 group (K2, K2,
L2, R, S, B, T, U).
• When calibrating, do not cover the bottom of the controller. Also, do
not touch the input terminals (Nos.11 and 12) or compensating conductor on the E5AK-T controller.
F Preparations
100-240VAC
(24VAC/DC)
SOURCE
10
9
8
30 31 32 20
29
19
28
18
7
27
17
6
26
16
5
25
15
4
24
14
STV
3
23
13
2
22
12
Cold junction
compensator
1
21 33
11
0_C/32_F
Compensating
conductor
DMM
• Set the cold junction compensator designed for compensation of internal thermocouples to 0_C. However, make sure that internal thermocouples are disabled (tips are open).
• In the above figure, STV refers to a standard DC current/voltage
source, and DMM refers to a precision digital multimeter.
However, note that DMM is required only when the transfer output
function is supported.
• Use the compensating conductor on the selected thermocouple. However, note that when thermocouple R, S, E, B, W and PLII is used, the
cold junction compensator and the compensating conductor can be
substituted with the cold junction compensator and the compensating
conductor for thermocouple K.
Connecting the
Cold Junction
Compensator
Correct process values cannot be obtained if you touch the contact ends of the
compensating conductor during calibration of a thermocouple. Accordingly, short
(enable) or open (disable) the tip of the thermocouple inside the cold junction
compensator as shown in the figure below to create a contact or non-contact state
for the cold junction compensator.
Cold junction
compensator
E5AK
0°C/32°F
Compensating conductor
7--4
Cold junction
compensator
Short
E5AK
0°C/32°F
Compensating conductor
Open
E5AK
7.2 Calibrating Thermocouples
F Calibration:
thermocouple 1
This example describes how to calibrate a thermocouple when the
transfer output function is supported. If the transfer output function is
not supported, skips steps (7) to (10).
] is displayed, the 30-minute timer is displayed on the
(1) When [
No.2 display and counts down. This timer serves as a guide for the
aging time when aging is required.
key to display [
]
(2) First, calibrate the main input. Press the
(50 mV calibration display). Set STV output to 50 mV. When the
value on the No.2 display has stabilized (changes of several digits
key to temporarily store the calibration data.
max.), press the
(3) Press the
key to display [
] (0 mV calibration display). Set
STV output to 0 mV. When the value on the No.2 display has stabilized (changes of several digits max.), press the [
] key to temporarily store the calibration data.
(4) Next, calibrate the cold junction compensator. Press the
key to
display [
] (310 mV calibration display). Set STV output to 310
mV. When the value on the No.2 display has stabilized (changes of
several digits max.), press the
key to temporarily store the calibration data.
] key to display [
] (0 mV calibration display).
(5) Press the [
Set STV output to 0 mV. When the value on the No.2 display has
stabilized (changes of several digits max.), press the
key to
temporarily store the calibration data.
(6) Finally, calibrate the bias compensation value. Disconnect the STV,
and enable the thermocouple of the cold junction compensator.
When carrying this out, make sure that the wiring on the STV is
disconnected.
Make sure that the cold junction compensator is set to 0_C and
key. The display changes to [
] (calibration dispress the
play for the bias compensation value). When the value on the No.2
display has stabilized (changes of several digits max.), press the
key to temporarily store the calibration data.
(7) Next, calibrate the transfer output function. If the transfer output
key. The
function is not supported, skip to step (11). Press the
display changes to [
] (20 mA calibration display).
(8) Set the output to 20 mA by the
or
keys while monitoring
the voltage on the digital multimeter. In the example on the left,
the display indicates that the value two digits smaller than before
calibration is “20 mA”.
(9) Press the
key. The display changes to [
] (4 mA calibration display).
or
keys while monitoring
(10) Set the output to 4 mA by the
the voltage on the digital multimeter. In the example on the left,
the display indicates that the value two digits smaller than before
calibration is “4 mA”:
key until the display changes to the date save display.
(11) Press the
key. The No.2 display changes to [
], and two sePress the
conds later the calibration data is stored to internal memory. If you
key when the No.2 display reads [
], the calibrapress the
tion data is disabled.
(12) This completes calibration of the thermocouple 1 group. Press the
key to return the display to [
].
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F Calibration: thermocouple 2
This example describes how to calibrate a thermocouple when the
transfer output function is supported. If the transfer output function is
not supported, skips steps (7) to (10).
] is displayed, the 30-minute timer is displayed on the
(1) When [
No.2 display and counts down. This timer serves as a guide for the
aging time when aging is required.
(2) First, calibrate the main input. Press the
key to display
] (20 mV calibration display). Set STV output to 20 mV.
[
When the value on the No.2 display has stabilized (changes of sevkey to temporarily store the calibraeral digits max.), press the
tion data.
key to display [
] (0 mV calibration display). Set
(3) Press the
STV output to 0 mV. When the value on the No.2 display has stabikey to tempolized (changes of several digits max.), press the
rarily store the calibration data.
key to
(4) Next, calibrate the cold junction compensator. Press the
] (310 mV calibration display). Set STV output to 310
display [
mV. When the value on the No.2 display has stabilized (changes of
several digits max.), press the
key to temporarily store the calibration data.
key to display [
] (0 mV calibration display). Set
(5) Press the
STV output to 0 mV. When the value on the No.2 display has stabikey to tempolized (changes of several digits max.), press the
rarily store the calibration data.
(6) Finally, calibrate the bias compensation value. Disconnect the STV,
and enable the thermocouple of the cold junction compensator.
When carrying this out, make sure that the wiring on the STV is
disconnected.
Make sure that the cold junction compensator is set to 0_C and
press the
key. The display changes to [
] (calibration display for the bias compensation value). When the value on the No.2
display has stabilized (changes of several digits max.), press the
key to temporarily store the calibration data.
(7) Next, calibrate the transfer output function. If the transfer output
key. The
function is not supported, skip to step (11). Press the
] (20 mA calibration display).
display changes to [
(8) Set the output to 20 mA by the
or
keys while monitoring
the voltage on the digital multimeter. In the example on the left,
the display indicates that the value two digits smaller than before
calibration is “20 mA”.
(9) Press the
key. The display changes to [
] (4 mA calibration display).
(10) Set the output to 4 mA by the
or
keys while monitoring
the voltage on the digital multimeter. In the example on the left,
the display indicates that the value two digits smaller than before
calibration is “4 mA”.
(11) Press the
key until the display changes to the data store display. Press the
key. The No.2 display changes to [
], and two
seconds later the calibration data is stored to internal memory. If
you press the
key when the No.2 display reads [
], the calibration data is disabled.
(12) This completes calibration of the thermocouple 2 group. Press the
key to return the display to [
].
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7.3 Calibrating Platinum Resistance Thermometers
7.3 Calibrating Platinum Resistance Thermometers
F Preparation
100-240VAC
(24VAC/DC)
SOURCE
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9
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29
19
8
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18
7
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1
6-dial
11
DMM
• Use leads of the same thickness when connecting to the platinum
resistance thermometer.
• In the above figure, 6-dial refers to a precision resistance box, and
DMM stands for a digital multimeter. However, note that the DMM is
required only when the transfer output function is supported.
• Connect (short) the leads from terminal Nos.11 and 12.
F Calibration
This example describes how to calibrate a platinum resistance thermometer when the transfer output function is supported. If the transfer
output function is not supported, skips steps (7) to (10).
(1) When [
] is displayed, the 30-minute timer is displayed on the
No.2 display and counts down. This timer serves as a guide for the
aging time when aging is required.
(2) First, calibrate the main input. Press the
key to display
] (300Ω calibration display). Set the 6-dial to 300Ω. when the
[
value on the No.2 display has stabilized (changes of several digits
max.), press the
key to temporarily store the calibration data.
Short terminal
Nos.11 to 13
(3) Press the
key to display [
] (0Ω calibration display). Short
terminal No.11 to 13. When the value on the No.2 display has stabikey to tempolized (changes of several digits max.), press the
rarily store the calibration data.
(4) Next, calibrate the B-B’ input. Change the wiring as follows:
15
14
Change wiring.
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13
12
11
6-dial
Make the connection across terminal Nos.11 and 12 and the 6-dial
as short as possible. Short terminal Nos.11 and 13.
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From previous page
Short terminal
Nos.11 to 13
key to display [
] (10Ω calibration display). Set
(5) Press the
the 6-dial to 10Ω. When the value on the No.2 display has stabilized
key to temporarily
(changes of several digits max.), press the
store the calibration data.
(6) Press the
key to display [
] (0Ω calibration display). Short
terminal Nos.11 to 13. When the value on the No.2 display has stakey to tempobilized (changes of several digits max.), press the
rarily store the calibration data.
(7) Next, calibrate the transfer output function. If the transfer output
key. The
function is not supported, skip to step (11). Press the
display changes to [
] (20 mA calibration display).
or
keys while monitoring
(8) Set the output to 20 mA by the
the voltage on the digital multimeter. In the example on the left,
the display indicates that the value two digits smaller than before
calibration is “20 mA”.
(9) Press the
key. The display changes to [
] (4 mA calibration display).
or
keys while monitoring
(10) Set the output to 4 mA by the
the voltage on the digital multimeter. In the example on the left,
the display indicates that the value two digits smaller than before
calibration is “4 mA”.
(11) Press the
play.
Press the
key until the display changes to the data store diskey. The No.2 display changes to [
], and two
seconds later the calibration data is stored to internal memory. If
you press the
key when the No.2 display reads [
], the calibration data is disabled.
(12) This completes calibration of the platinum resistance thermometer.
Press the
key to return the display to [
].
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7.4 Calibrating Current Input
7.4 Calibrating Current Input
F Preparation
100-240VAC
(24VAC/DC)
SOURCE
30 31 32 20
19
29
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28
17
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26
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14
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8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
-
+
DMM
F Calibration
STV
• In the above figure, STV refers to a standard DC current/voltage
source, and DMM refers to a precision digital multimeter. However,
note that the DMM is required only when the transfer output function is supported.
This example describes how to calibrate a platinum resistance thermometer when the transfer output function is supported. If the transfer
output function is not supported, skips steps (4) to (7).
] is displayed, the 30-minute timer is displayed on the
(1) When [
No.2 display and counts down. This timer serves as a guide for the
aging time when aging is required.
(2) Press the
key. The display changes to [
] (20 mA calibration display). Set the STV output to 20 mA. When the value on the
No.2 display has stabilized (changes of several digits max.), press
key to temporarily store the calibration data.
the
key. The display changes to [
] (0 mA calibra(3) Press the
tion display). Set the STV output to 0 mA. When the value on the
No.2 display has stabilized (changes of several digits max.), press
key to temporarily store the calibration data.
the
(4) Next, calibrate the transfer output function. If the transfer output
function is not supported, skip to step (8). Press the
key. The
] (20 mA calibration display).
display changes to [
or
keys while monitoring
(5) Set the output to 20 mA by the
the voltage on the digital multimeter. In the example on the left,
the display indicates that the value two digits smaller than before
calibration is “20 mA”.
(6) Press the
key. The display changes to [
] (4 mA calibration display).
or
keys while monitoring
(7) Set the output to 4 mA by the
the voltage on the digital multimeter. In the example on the left,
the display indicates that the value two digits smaller than before
calibration is “4 mA”.
(8) Press the
key until the display changes to the data store display.
Press the
key. The No.2 display changes to [
], and two
seconds later the calibration data is stored to internal memory. If
you press the
key when the No.2 display reads [
], the calibration data is disabled.
key
(9) This completes calibration of the current input. Press the
].
to return the display to [
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7.5 Calibrating Voltage Input
F Preparation
100-240VAC
(24VAC/DC)
SOURCE
10
9
8
30 31 32 20
29
19
28
18
7
6
27
26
17
16
5
4
25
24
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14
3
23
13
2
1
22
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12
11
+
-
STV
DMM
• In the above figure, STV refers to a standard DC current/voltage
source, and DMM refers to a precision digital multimeter. However,
note that the DMM is required only when the transfer output function is supported.
F Calibration:
0 to 5V, 1 to 5V
This example describes how to calibrate a platinum resistance thermometer when the transfer output function is supported. If the transfer
output function is not supported, skips steps (4) to (7).
(1) When [
] is displayed, the 30-minute timer is displayed on the
No.2 display and counts down. This timer serves as a guide for the
aging time when aging is required.
key. The display changes to [
] (5 V calibration
(2) Press the
display). Set the STV output to 5 V. When the value on the No.2
display has stabilized (changes of several digits max.), press the
key to temporarily store the calibration data.
key. The display changes to [
] (0 V calibration
(3) Press the
display). Set the STV output to 0 V. When the value on the No.2
display has stabilized (changes of several digits max.), press the
key to temporarily store the calibration data.
(4) Next, calibrate the transfer output function. If the transfer output
key. The
function is not supported, skip to step (8). Press the
display changes to [
] (20 mA calibration display).
or
keys while monitoring
(5) Set the output to 20 mA by the
the voltage on the digital multimeter. In the example on the left,
the display indicates that the value two digits smaller than before
calibration is “20 mA”.
key. The display changes to [
] (4 mA calibra(6) Press the
tion display).
(7) Set the output to 4 mA by the
or
keys while monitoring
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7--10
the voltage on the digital multimeter. In the example on the left,
the display indicates that the value two digits smaller than before
calibration is “4 mA”.
E5AK
7.5 Calibrating Voltage Input
From previous page
(8) Press the
play.
Press the
key until the display changes to the data store diskey. The No.2 display changes to [
], and two
seconds later the calibration data is stored to internal memory. If
you press the [
] key when the No.2 display reads [
], the
calibration data is disabled.
(9) This completes calibration of the voltage input (0 to 5 V, 1 to 5 V).
Press the
key to return the display to [
].
F Calibration:
0 to 10V
This example describes how to calibrate a platinum resistance thermometer when the transfer output function is supported. If the transfer
output function is not supported, skips steps (4) to (7).
] is displayed, the 30-minute timer is displayed on the
(1) When [
No.2 display and counts down. This timer serves as a guide for the
aging time when aging is required.
(2) Press the
key. The display changes to [
] (10 V calibration
display). Set the STV output to 10 V. When the value on the No.2
display has stabilized (changes of several digits max.), press the
key to temporarily store the calibration data.
(3) Press the
key. The display changes to [
] (0 V calibration
display). Set the STV output to 0 V. When the value on the No.2
display has stabilized (changes of several digits max.), press the
key to temporarily store the calibration data.
(4) Next, calibrate the transfer output function. If the transfer output
function is not supported, skip to step (8). Press the
] (20 mA calibration display).
display changes to [
(5) Set the output to 20 mA by the
or
key. The
keys while monitoring
the voltage on the digital multimeter. In the example on the left,
the display indicates that the value two digits smaller than before
calibration is “20 mA”.
(6) Press the
key. The display changes to [
tion display).
(7) Set the output to 4 mA by the
or
] (4 mA calibra-
keys while monitoring
the voltage on the digital multimeter. In the example on the left,
the display indicates that the value two digits smaller than before
calibration is “4 mA”.
(8) Press the
play.
Press the
key until the display changes to the data store diskey. The No.2 display changes to [
], and two
seconds later the calibration data is stored to internal memory. If
you press the
key when the No.2 display reads [
], the calibration data is disabled.
(9) This completes calibration of the voltage input (0 to 10 V). Press
the
key to return the display to [
].
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7.6 Checking Indication Accuracy
J Checking indication accuracy
• After calibrating input, be sure to check indication accuracy to make
sure that the E5AK-T controller has been correctly calibrated.
• Operate the E5AK-T controller in the PV/Present SP monitor (level 0
mode) mode.
• Check the indication accuracy at the upper and lower limits and midpoint.
F Thermocouple
100-240VAC
(24VAC/DC)
SOURCE
• Preparation
The following figure shows the required device connection. Make sure
that the E5AK-T controller and cold junction compensator are connected by a compensating conductor for the input type (thermocouple) that is to be used during actual operation.
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1
Cold junction
compensator
STV
11
Compensation
conductor
• Operation
Make sure that the cold junction compensator is at 0_C, and set STV
output to the voltage equivalent to the starting power of the check
value.
F Platinum resistance thermometer
• Preparation
The following figure shows the required device connection.
100-240VAC
(24VAC/DC)
SOURCE
10
9
30 31 32 20
29
19
8
28
18
7
27
17
6
26
16
5
4
25
24
15
14
3
23
13
2
22
12
1
21 33
11
6-dial
• Operation
Set the 6-dial to the resistance equivalent to the check value.
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7.6 Checking Indication Accuracy
F Current input
• Preparation
The following figure shows the required device connection.
100-240VAC
(24VAC/DC)
SOURCE
10
9
30 31 32 20
29
19
8
28
18
7
27
17
6
26
16
5
4
25
24
15
14
3
23
13
2
22
12
1
21 33
-
11
+
STV
• Operation
Set the STV to the current value equivalent to the check value.
F Voltage input
• Preparation
The following figure show the required device connection.
100-240VAC
(24VAC/DC)
SOURCE
10
8
30 31 32 20
29
19
28
18
7
27
17
6
26
16
5
4
25
15
24
14
3
23
13
2
22
12
1
21 33
11
9
+
STV
-
• Operation
Set the STV to the voltage value equivalent to the check value.
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CHAPTER 8 TROUBLESHOOTING
8
CHAPTER 8
TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter describes how to find out and remedy the cause if the
E5AK-T does not function properly.
Remedy E5AK-T trouble in the order of the descriptions in this chapter
8.1 Initial Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-2
8.2 How to Use the Error Display . . . . . . . . . . .
8-3
8.3 How to Use the Error Output . . . . . . . . . . .
8-5
8.4 Checking Operation Restrictions . . . . . . . .
8-6
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CHAPTER 8 TROUBLESHOOTING
8.1 Initial Checks
If trouble occurs, first of all check the following:
(1) Power supply
Make sure that the power supply is ON. Also, make sure that the
power supply is within the rated voltage range.
(2) Wiring
Make sure that all cables are properly connected.
(3) Communications conditions
When communicating via the RS-232C, RS-422 or RS-485 interfaces, make sure that the baud rate and other communications
condition settings on the host computer and E5AK-T controller are
matching, and are within the permissible ranges.
If there appears to be nothing wrong after checking the E5AK-T controller, and the same phenomenon continues, check the controller in
more detail, for example, on the error display.
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8.2 How to Use the Error Display
8.2 How to Use the Error Display
When an error has occurred, the No.1 display alternately indicates error codes together with the current display item.
This section describes how to check error codes on the display, and the
actions you must take to remedy the problem.
Input error
F Meaning
Input is in error.
F Action
Check the wiring of inputs, disconnections, and shorts, and check the
input type.
F Operation at error
For control output functions, the manipulated variable matched to the
setting of the “MV at PV error” parameter (level 2 mode) is output.
Alarm output functions are activated as if the upper limit is exceeded.
Program operation is continued.
Memory error
F Meaning
Internal memory operation is in error.
F Action
First, turn the power OFF then back ON again. If the display remains
the same, the E5AK-T controller must be repaired. If the display is restored to normal, then a probable cause can be external noise affecting
the control system. Check for external noise.
F Operation at error
Control output functions turn OFF (2 mA max. at 4 to 20 mA output,
and output equivalent to 0% in case of other outputs). Alarm output
functions turn OFF.
A/D converter error
F Meaning
Internal circuits are in error.
F Action
First, turn the power OFF then back ON again. If the display remains
the same, the E5AK-T controller must be repaired. If the display is restored to normal, then a probable cause can be external noise affecting
the control system. Check for external noise.
F Operation at
error
Control output functions turn OFF (2 mA max. at 4 to 20 mA output,
and output equivalent to 0% in case of other outputs). Alarm output
functions turn OFF. Program operation is stopped.
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Calibration data error
This error is output only during temperature input, and is displayed for
two seconds when the power is turned ON.
F Meaning
Calibration data is in error.
F Action
E5AK-T must be repaired.
F Operation at
error
Both control output functions and alarm output functions operate.
However, note that readout accuracy is not assured.
Display range over
F Meaning
Though not an error, this is displayed when the process value exceeds
the display range when the control range (setting range ^10%) is larger than the display range (-1999 to 9999).
• When less than “-1999”
F Operation
About Errors That
Occur During Motor Calibration
[
]
• When greater than “9999” [
]
Control continues, allowing normal operation.
If an error occurs during motor calibration, [
play. The following causes of errors are possible:
• Control motor or potentiometer malfunction
• Incorrect control motor or potentiometer wiring
• Potentiometer is not connected
8--4
] is displayed on the No.2 dis-
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8.3 How to Use the Error Output
8.3 How to Use the Error Output
The E5AK-T controller allows you to assign error output to terminals
as outputs.
For details on output assignments, see 3.3 Setting Output Specifications
(page 3-7).
F LBA
• LBA (Loop Break Alarm) can be used as a means for detecting loop
breaks when the control loop is not functioning normally. For details,
see page 4-26.
• LBA allows you to detect the following errors:
(1) Heater burnout (HBA)
(2) Output error (contact weld, damaged transistors, etc.)
(3) Sensor error (constant input values, etc.)
• If you use the LBA function, set the loop break detection time
matched to the control characteristics in the “LBA detection time”
parameter (level 2 mode).
F Input errors
• If you assign error 1 as the output, an error can be output to auxiliary
output 1 or auxiliary output 2 when input is in error. When this error
occurs, remedy by following the description for “Input error”.
F A/D converter
error
• If you assign error 2 as the output, an error can be output to auxiliary
output 1 or auxiliary output 2 when the A/D converter is in error.
When this error occurs, remedy by following the description for “A/D
converter error”.
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8.4 Checking Operation Restrictions
With the E5AK-T controller, auto-tuning or self-tuning sometimes do
not operate depending on how functions are combined. The table below
summarizes the main operating restrictions.
If the E5AK-T controller is not operating properly, first check whether
operating conditions violate the restrictions in this table.
Restriction
Inoperable or Invalid Functions
AT Execution
Limitter Function
At heating and cooling
control
40%AT
At position-proportional
control
40% AT
Manipulated variable
¢
Manipulated variable
MV change rate
At ON/OFF control
At AT execution
At reset
MV change rate
¢
Other
ON/OFF control
Parameter setting
Manipulated variable
MV change rate
Items marked by a “x” indicate combinations of conditions that are not acceptable during AT
execution.
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APPENDIX
APPENDIX
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-2
ABOUT CURRENT TRANSFORMER (CT) . . .
A-5
CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-6
SETTING LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-8
MODEL LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-11
PARAMETER OPERATIONS LIST . . . . . . . . . . A-12
ASCII CODE LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-14
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APPENDIX
SPECIFICATIONS
J Ratings
Supply voltage
100 to 240V AC, 50/60 Hz
Operating Voltage
Range
85% to 110% of rated supply voltage
Power Consumption
16VA
Sensor Input
Thermocouple: K, J, T, E, L, U, N, R, S, B, W, PLII *1, *2
Platinum resistance thermometer: JPt100, Pt100
Voltage input: 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 20 mA (input impedance 150Ω)
Current input: 1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V (input impedance 1MΩ)
Sub-Input
CT input: E54-CT1, E54-CT3
Potentiometer: 100Ω to 2.5 kΩ
Control Output
According to output unit (see “Output Unit Ratings and Characteristics” (page A-4)
Auxiliary Output
SPST-NO, 3 A at 250 VAC (resistive load)
Control Method
Advanced PID or ON/OFF control
Setting Method
Digital setting using front panel keys.
Indication Method
7-segment digital display, bar graph and LEDs
Other Functions
According to option unit (see “Option Unit Ratings and Characteristics” (page A-4)
Ambient Temperature
-10°C to 55°C (without condensation and icing)/3-year warranty period: -10 to 50°C
Ambient Humidity
35% to 85% (relative humidity)
Storage Temperature
-25°C to 65°C (without condensation and icing)
24 VAC/DC, 50/60 Hz
12 VA, 8 W
*1 Thermocouple W is W/Re5-26.
*2 For the setting ranges and indication ranges for each of inputs, see page A-4.
A--2
*1, *2
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SPECIFICATIONS
J Characteristics
Indication Accuracy
Temperature variation influence
(*2)
Voltage variation influence
(*2)
Thermometer:
(±0.3% of indication value or ±1°C, whichever greater) ±1 digit max. (*1)
Platinum resistance thermometer:
(±0.2% of indication value or± 0.8°C whichever greater) ±1 digit max.
Analog input: ±0.2%F±S1 digit max.
CT input: 5±%FS ±1 digit max.
Potentiometer: ±5%FS±1 digit max.
Platinum resistance thermometer:
(±1% of PV or ± 2°C, whichever greater) ±1 digit max.
Thermocouple (R, S, B, W):
(±1% of PV or ± 10°C,
10°C whichever greater) ±1 digit max.
max
Other thermocouples (K1, K2, J1, J2, E, N, T, L1, L2, U, PLII):
(±1% of PV or ± 4°C, whichever greater) ±1 digit max.
Analog input (current, voltage, or remote SP input): ±1%FS±1 digit max.
Hysteresis
0.01 to 99.99%FS (in units of 0.1%FS)
Proportional Band (P)
0.1 to 999.9%FS (in units of 0.1%FS)
Integral Time (I)
0 to 3999s (in units of 1 second)
Derivative Time (D)
0 to 3999s (in units of 1 second)
Control Period
1 to 99s (in units of 1 second)
Manual Reset Value
0.0 to 100.0% (in units of 0.1%)
Alarm Setting Range
-1999 to 9999 (decimal point position dependent on input type)
Sampling Period
Temperature input: 250 ms, Analog input: 100 ms, Sub-input: 1s
Program Method
Set time or rate of rise programming
Program Size
8 patterns, Max. 16 steps/pattern
Program Time Accuracy
±0.2% ±500 ms of set value (even-numbered steps in the “rate of rise programming” setting
are set to the time unit of ramp rate)
Insulation Resistance
20 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
Dielectric Strength
2000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min. (between electrically live terminals of different polarities)
(*3)
Vibration
Resistance
Malfunction
10 to 55 Hz, 10m/s2 {approx. 1G} for 10 min. each in X, Y, and Z directions
Destruction
10 to 55 Hz, 10m/s2 {approx. 2G} for 2 hrs. each in X, Y, and Z directions
Shock
Resistance
Malfunction
200 m/s2 min. {approx. 20G}, 3 times each in 6 directions (100 m/s2 {approx. 10G} applied to
the relay)
Destruction
300 m/s2 min. {approx. 30G}, 3 times each in 6 directions
Weight
Approx. 450 g, mounting bracket: approx. 65 g
Enclosure Ratings
Front panel: NEMA4 for indoor use (equivalent to IP66)
Fear case: IP20
Terminals: IP00
Memory Protection
Non-volatile memory (number of writes: 100,000)
(*4)
*1 The indication accuracy of the K1, T and N thermocouples at a temperature of -100C or less is ±2°C ±1 digit maximum.
The indication accuracy of the U, L1 and L2 thermocouples at any temperature is ±2C ±1 digit maximum.
The indication accuracy of the B thermocouple at a temperature of 400°C or less is unrestricted.
The indication accuracy of the R and S thermocouples at a temperature of 200°C or less is ±3°C ±1 digit maximum.
The indication accuracy of the W thermocouple ±1 digit max. of whichever is the greater of ±0.3% or ±3°C of the indicated value.
The indication accuracy of the PLII thermocouple is ±1 digit max. of whichever is the greater of ±0.3% or ±2°C of the
indicated value.
*2 Ambient temperature: ---10°C to 23°C to 55°C
Voltage range: ---15 to +10% of rated voltage
*3 On a position-proportional type controllers, 1 to 3999.
*4 Changes to parameters and switched remote/local settings are written.
F Heater Burnout Alarm
Max. heater current
Single-phase 50 A VAC
Heater current value indication accuracy
5%FS 1 digit max.
Heater burnout alarm setting range
0.1 to 49.9 A (in units of 0.1 A)
(*1)
Min. detection ON time
190 ms
(*2)
*1 0.0 A: The heater burnout alarm turns OFF. 50.0 A: The heater burnout alarm turns ON.
*2 No heater burnout detection or heater current value measurement is possible if the control output is ON for less than
190 ms.
A--3
E5AK
APPENDIX
J Sensor Input Setting Ranges and Indication Ranges
Input
Setting Range
Indication Range
JPt100
-199.9 to 650.0 (C°) / -199.9 to 999.9 (F°) -199.9 to 735.0 (C°) / -199.9 to 999.9 (F°)
Pt100
-199.9 to 650.0 (C°) / -199.9 to 999.9 (F°) -199.9 to 735.0 (C°) / -199.9 to 999.9 (F°)
K1
-200 to 1300 (C°) / -300 to 2300 (F°)
-350 to 1450 (C°) / -560 to 2560 (F°)
K2
-0.0 to 500.0 (C°) / -0.0 to 900.0 (F°)
-50.0 to 550.0 (C°) / -90.0 to 990.0 (F°)
J1
-100 to 850 (C°) / -100 to 1500 (F°)
-195 to 945 (C°) / -260 to 1660 (F°)
J2
-0.0 to 400.0 (C°) / -0.0 to 750.0 (F°)
-40.0 to 440.0 (C°) / -75.0 to 825.0 (F°)
T
-199.9 to 400.0 (C°) / -199.9 to 700.0 (F°) -199.9 to 460.0 (C°) / -199.9 to 790.0 (F°)
E
0 to 600 (C°) / -0 to 1100 (F°)
-60 to 660.0 (C°) / -110 to 1210 (F°)
L1
-100 to 850 (C°) / -100 to 1500 (F°)
-195 to 945 (C°) / -260 to 1660 (F°)
L2
0.0 to 400.0 (C°) / 0.0 to 750.0 (F°)
-40.0 to 440.0 (C°) / -75.0 to 825.0 (F°)
U
-199.9 to 400.0 (C°) / -199.9 to 700.0 (F°) -199.9 to 650.0 (C°) / -199.9 to 999.9 (F°)
N
-200.0 to 1300 (C°) / -300 to 2300 (F°)
-199.9 to 460.0 (C°) / -199.9 to 790.0 (F°)
R
0 to 1700 (C°) / 0 to 3000 (F°)
-350 to 1450 (C°) / -560 to 2560 (F°)
S
0 to 1700 (C°) / 0 to 3000 (F°)
-170 to 1870 (C°) / -300 to 3300 (F°)
B
100 to 1800 (C°) / 300 to 3200 (F°)
-170 to 1870 (C°) / -300 to 3300 (F°)
W
0 to 2300 (C°) / 0 to 4100 (F°)
-70 to 1970 (C°) / 10 to 3490 (F°)
PL
0 to 1300 (C°) / 0 to 2300 (F°)
-230 to 2530 (C°) / -410 to 4510 (F°)
4 to 20mA
One of following ranges depending on
results of scaling
0 to 20mA
-1999 to 9999
-10 to 110% of setting range.
Note, however, that max. value is -1999
to 9999.
1 to 5V
-199.9 to 999.9
0 to 5V
-19.99 to 99.99
0 to 10V
-1.999 to 9.999
J Output Unit Ratings and Characteristics
Ratings and characteristics conform to the output unit mounted on the
controller. For details on the ratings of the output unit, see page 2-7.
The relay output unit is already mounted on the E5AK-TPRR[][].
(When the output unit is replaced, use the E53-R.)
J Option Unit Ratings and Characteristics
Event inputs
Communications
Transfer output
A--4
Contact input
ON: 1kΩ max., OFF: 100kΩ min.
No-contact input
ON: residual voltage 1.5 V max., OFF: leakage current 0.1 mA
max.
Interface
:RS-232C, RS-422 or RS-485
Transmission method
:Half-duplex
Synchronization method
:Start-stop synchronization (asynchronous method)
Baud rate
:1.2/2.4/4.8/9.6/19.2 kbps
DC 4 to 20 mA, Permissible load impedance: 600Ω max., Resolution: Approx.
2600
E5AK
ABOUT CURRENT TRANSFORMER (CT)
ABOUT CURRENT TRANSFORMER (CT)
F Specifications
Item
Specifications
Type
Max. continuous heater
current
Dielectric Strength
E54-CT1
E54-CT3
50A
120A (*1)
1000 VAC (1 min.)
Vibration Resistance
50 Hz, 98 m/s2 {10G}
Weight
Approx. 11.5g
Accessory
Approx. 50g
-
Armature (2), Plug (2)
*1 The maximum continuous current of the E5AK-T is 50 A.
F Dimensions
21
15
2.8
7.5
E54-CT1
3
10.5
25
φ5.8
40
10
2-φ3.5
30
E54-CT3
30
9
φ2.36
40
φ12
j
15
2-M3 depth 4
30
A--5
E5AK
APPENDIX
CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM
J Standard type
Temperature
input
Analog input
Digital filter
Digital filter
Input shift
Scaling
SP
limitter
Input type
PV
Program
Process/function
Control method
Control
Control mode
Control mode
Data
ON/OFF
control
PID control
MV change
rate limitter
ON/OFF control
3-position control
Heating
side
Cooling
side
PID control
MV change
rate limitter
MV limitter
MV limitter
Dead band
Heating
side
Error
MV at
PV error
Error
Reset
MV at stop
Reset
Manual
Manual MV
Manual
Reset
Reset
Manipulated
variable
(heat)
A--6
Cooling
side
Manipulated
variable
(cool)
E5AK
CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM
J Position-proportional type
Temperature
input
Analog input
Digital filter
Digital filter
Input shift
Scaling
SP limitter
Input type
PV
Program
PID control
Process/function
MV changer
rate limitter
Control
Data
Position-proportional dead
band
Open side
Closed side
Error
Operation at
PV error
Error
Stop
Operation at
reset
Stop
Manual
Open
output
Manual
operation
Manual
Closed
output
A--7
E5AK
APPENDIX
SETTING LIST
Mode
Parameter Name
Protect
Manual
Level 0
to
to
to
Program
Setting Range
Unit
Default
0 to 6
None
1
Key protect
0/1/2/3
None
0
Manual MV
-5.0 to 105.0*1
%
0.0
Pattern No.
0 to 7
None
0
Hold
OFF/ON
None
OFF
Advance
OFF/ON
None
OFF
Pattern No.
0 to 7
None
0
Number of steps
1 to 16
None
8
Steps 0 to 15 SP/
Target SP 0 to 7
SP lower limit to SP upper limit
EU
0
Ramp rate 0 to 7
0 to 9999
*3
0
Step 0 to 15 time/
Soak time 0 to 7
0.00 to 99.59
*4
0.00
Pattern execution
count
0 to 9999
Times
1
Alarm value 1
-1999 to 9999
EU
0
Alarm value 2
-1999 to 9999
EU
0
Alarm value 3
-1999 to 9999
EU
0
Time signal 1 enabled
step
0 to 15
None
0
Time signal 1 ON time
0.00 to 99.59
*4
0.00
Time signal 1 OFF
time
Time signal 2 enabled
step
0.00 to 99.59
*4
0.00
0 to 15
None
0
Time signal 2 ON time
0.00 to 99.59
*4
0.00
Time signal 2 OFF
time
0.00 to 99.59
*4
0.00
AT Execute/Cancel
OFF/ AT-1/AT-2
None
OFF
Security
Proportional band
0.1 to 999.9
%FS
10.0
Integral time
0 to 3999
sec
233
Derivative time
0 to 3999
sec
40
0.01 to 99.99
None
1.00
-19.99 to 99.99
%FS
0.00
0.1 to 10.0
%
2.0
Cooling coefficient
Dead band
Level 1
Position-proportional
dead band
Manual reset value
0.0 to 100.0
%
50.0
Hysteresis (heat)
0.01 to 99.99
%FS
0.10
Hysteresis (cool)
0.01 to 99.99
%FS
0.10
Control period (heat)
1 to 99
sec
20
Control period (cool)
1 to 99
sec
20
0.0 to 50.0
A
0.0
Heater burnout
A--8
*1
Remarks
Setting
At program operation
At program operation
*2
*2
*2
At heating and
cooling control
At heating and
cooling control
At position-proportional control
At heating and
cooling control
At heating and
cooling control
Heater burnout
detection
E5AK
SETTING LIST
Mode
Parameter Name
Remote/Local
Standby time
LBA detection time
Level 2
Default
RMT/LCL
None
LCL
0.00 to 99.59
Hour,
Min.
0.00
Sec
0
-5.0 to 105.0
*1
%
0.0
MV at PV error
-5.0 to 105.0
*2
%
0.0
MV upper limit
MV lower limit +0.1 to 105.0 *5
%
105.0
MV lower limit
-5.0 to MV upper limit -0.1 *6
%
-5.0
0.0 to 100.0
%FS
0.0
0 to 9999
sec
0
MV change rate limitter
Open/close hysteresis
0 to 9999
Remarks
0.1 to 20.0
%
0.8
Alarm 1 hysteresis
0.01 to 99.99
%FS
0.02
Alarm 2 hysteresis
0.01 to 99.99
%FS
0.02
Alarm 3 hysteresis
0.01 to 99.99
%FS
0.02
Input shift upper limit
-199.9 to 999.9
°C/°F
0.0
Temperature input
Input shift lower limit
-199.9 to 999.9
°C/°F
0.0
Temperature input
0 to 21
None
2
Scaling upper limit
Scaling lower limit +1 to 9999
None
100
Analog input
Scaling lower limit
-1999 to scaling upper limit -1
None
0
Analog input
Decimal point
0 to 3
None
0
Analog input
_C/_F selection
_C/_F
None
_C
Parameter initialize
Yes/No
None
NO
Control output 1 assignment
*7
None
HEAT
Control output 2 assignment
*7
None
AL-1
Auxiliary output 1 assignment
*8
None
AL-2
Auxiliary output 2 assignment
*8
None
AL-3
1 to 11
None
2
Output assignment
needed
N-O/N-C
None
N-O
Output assignment
needed
1 to 11
None
2
Output assignment
needed
N-O/N-C
None
N-O
Output assignment
needed
1 to 11
None
2
Output assignment
needed
N-O/N-C
None
N-O
Output assignment
needed
OR-R/OR-D
None
OR-R
Input type
Alarm 1 type
Alarm 1 open in alarm
Alarm 2 type
Alarm 2 open in alarm
Alarm 3 type
Alarm 3 open in alarm
Direct/Reverse operation
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
*7
*8
Unit
MV at reset
Input digital filter
Setup
Setting Range
Setting
Temperature input
During heating and cooling control, the lower limit becomes -105.0%
Use “Program List” (page A-11) for the setting value of each step.
EU/time unit of ramp rate
Program time unit
During heating and cooling control, the setting range becomes 0.0 to 105.0%.
During heating and cooling control, the setting range becomes -105.0 to 0.0%.
HEAT/COOL/AL-1/AL-2/AL-3/HBA/LBA/TS-1/TS-2/P.END/STG
AL-1/AL-2/AL-3/HBA/LBA/TS-1/TS-2/P.END/STG/S.ERR/E333
A--9
E5AK
APPENDIX
Mode
Setting Range
Unit
Default
Set point upper limit
Parameter Name
Set point lower limit +1 to scaling upper limit
EU
1300
Set point lower limit
Scaling lower limit to Set point upper limit -1
EU
-200
PID / ON/OFF
None
PID
CON/RST/RUN/MAN
None
CON
PID / ON/OFF
Operation at power ON
End condition
Program time unit
Step time/Rate of rise programming
Time unit of ramp rate
RST
None
HHMM
TIME/PR
None
OFF
M/H
None
OFF
None
SP
Wait width
0 to 9999
EU
0
Alarm during ramp step enable
ON/OFF
None
ON
Run all enable
ON/OFF
None
OFF
α
0.00 to 1.00
None
0.65
AT calculated gain
0.1 to 10.0
None
1.0
0 to 99
Sec
0
0.2
Automatic return of display
mode
AT hysteresis
0.1 to 9.9
%FS
0.0 to 999.9
%FS
0.2
NON/RST/MAN/HOLD/ADV/PTN0 to 2
None
NON
Event input assignment 2
NON/RST/MAN/HOLD/ADV/PTN0 to 2
None
NON
Event input assignment 3
NON/RST/RMT/MAN/HOLD/ADV/PTN0 to 2
None
NON
Event input assignment 4
NON/RST/RMT/MAN/HOLD/ADV/PTN0 to 2
None
NON
Communication stop bit
1/2
bit
2
Communication data length
7/8
bit
7
Communication parity
NONE/EVEN/ODD
None
EVEN
Communication baud rate
1.2/2.4/4.8/9.6/19.2
kbps
9.6
0 to 99
None
0
SP/PV/O/C-O/V-M
None
SP
*11
*11
*10
LB detection width
Event input assignment 1
Option
None
PV/SP
PV start
Expan
Expansion
i
RST/SP
HHMM/MMSS
Communication unit No.
Transfer output type
Transfer output upper limit
Transfer output lower limit
*11
*11
*10
HBA latch
ON/OFF
None
OFF
Motor calibration
ON/OFF
None
OFF
Travel time
1 to 999
Sec
30
PV dead band
0 to 9999
EU
0
Remarks
Setting
*9
*9
*9 When temperature input is selected, the range of the sensor selected in the “input type” parameter (setup mode) corresponds
to the scaling upper and lower limit value.
*10 Set the transfer output type parameter according to the following table.
Transfer Output Type
D
A--10
SP
:Present SP
PV
:Process value
O
:Manipulated variable (heat)
C-O
:Manipulated variable (cool)
V-M
:Valve opening
Default : [SP]
Transfer Output Lower Limit to Transfer Output Upper Limit
-1999 to 9999
-1999 to 9999
-5.0 to 105.0% (standard control), 0.0 to 105.0% (heating and cooling control)
0.0 to 105.0%
-10.0 to 110.0%
E5AK
SETTING LIST
A--11
E5AK
APPENDIX
MODEL LIST
Description
Base unit
Option unit
Output unit
Terminal cover
A--12
Type Name
Specification
E5AK-TAA2 AC100-240
Standard model
E5AK-TAA2-500 AC100-240
Standard model with terminal cover
E5AK-TAA2 AC/DC24
Standard model
E5AK-TAA2-500 AC/DC24
Standard model with terminal cover
E5AK-TPRR2 AC100-240
Position-proportional model
E5AK-TPRR2-500 AC100-240
Position-proportional model with terminal cover
E5AK-TPRR2 AC/DC24
Position-proportional model
E5AK-TPRR2-500 AC/DC24
Position-proportional model with terminal cover
E53-AKB
Event input
E53-AK01
Communication (RS-232C)
E53-AK02
Communication (RS-422)
E53-AK03
Communication (RS-485)
E53-AKF
Transfer output
E53-R
Relay
E53-S
SSR
E53-Q
Pulse (NPN) DC12V
E53-Q3
Pulse (NPN) DC24V
E53-Q4
Pulse (PNP) DC24V
E53-C3
Linear (4 to 20mA)
E53-C3D
Linear (0 to 20mA)
E53-V34
Linear (0 to 10V)
E53-V35
Linear (0 to 5V)
E53-COV0809
for E5AK
E5AK
PARAMETER OPERATIONS LIST
PARAMETER OPERATIONS LIST
• Switching to modes other than the manual or protect mode is carried out by mode selection in
the menu display.
• The figure below shows all parameters in the order that they are displayed. Some parameters are
not displayed depending on the protect mode setting and conditions of use.
Power ON
+
1 second min.
1 second min.
Manual mode
Level 0
1 second min.
+
Program
1 second min.
Level 1
1 second min.
RUN/RST
+
RUN/RST
1 second min.
1 second min.
1 second min.
Level 2
Setup mode
1 second min.
Protect mode
RUN/RST
+
1 second min.
1 second min.
1 second min.
Expansion
mode
Option mode
1 second min.
Level 0
Calibration
mode
Parameters in a mode can be
switched by the
key. The parameter following the last parameter is the
top parameter of the mode.
Program
PV/Present SP
Level 1
Pattern No.
Pattern No.
AT Execute/Cancel
Number of steps
Proportional band
Step No. monitor
to
Step 0 to 7 SP
*1
Integral time
Hold
to
Ramp rate 0 to 7
*1
Derivative time
Advance
to
Step 0 to 7 time
Cooling coefficient
Standby time monitor
to
Step 8 to 15 SP
Dead band
Pattern elapsing time monitor
to
Step 8 to 15 time
Position-proportional dead band
Pattern execution count monitor
Pattern execution count
Manual reset value
MV monitor (heat)
Alarm value 1
Hysteresis (heat)
MV monitor (cool)
Alarm value 2
Hysteresis (cool)
Valve opening monitor
Alarm value 3
Control period (heat)
Time signal 1 step selection
Control period (cool)
Time signal 1 ON time
Heater current monitor
Time signal 1 OFF time
Heater burnout
Time signal 2 step selection
Time signal 2 ON time
*1In the rate of rise setting, Target SP 0
to 7 and Soak time 0 to 7.
Time signal 2 OFF time
A--13
E5AK
APPENDIX
Level 2
Setup
Expansion
Remote/Local
Input type
Set point upper limit
Standby time
Scaling upper limit
Set point lower limit
LBA detection time
Scaling lower limit
PID / ON/OFF
MV at reset
Decimal point
Operation at power ON
MV at PV error
°C/°F selection
End condition
MV upper limit
Parameter initialize
Program time unit
MV lower limit
Control output 1 assignment
Step time/Rate of rise programming
MV change rate limit
Control output 2 assignment
Time unit of ramp rate
Input digital filter
Auxiliary output 1 assignment
PV start
Open/Close hysteresis
Auxiliary output 2 assignment
Wait width
Alarm 1 hysteresis
Alarm 1 type
Alarm during ramp step enable
Alarm 2 hysteresis
Alarm 1 open in alarm
Run all enable
Alarm 3 hysteresis
Alarm 2 type
α
Input shift upper limit
Alarm 2 open in alarm
AT calculated gain
Input shift lower limit
Alarm 3 type
Automatic return of display mode
Alarm 3 open in alarm
AT hysteresis
Direct/Reverse operation
LBA detection width
Option
Event input assignment 1
Event input assignment 2
Event input assignment 3
Calibration
For details, refer to Chapter 7 Calibration/7 1 Structure of Parameters” (page
tion/7.1
7-2).
Manual
Event input assignment 4
Communication stop bit
Manual MV
Communication data length
Communication parity
Protect
Communication baud rate
Communication unit No.
Security
Transfer output type
Key protect
Transfer output upper limit
Transfer output lower limit
HBA latch
Motor calibration
Travel time
PV dead band
A--14
E5AK
ASCII CODE LIST
ASCII CODE LIST
Hex
Bin
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0000
0001
0010
0011
0100
0101
0110
0111
0
0000
SP
0
@
P
1
0001
!
1
A
Q
a
q
2
0010
”
2
B
R
b
r
3
0011
#
3
C
S
c
s
4
0100
$
4
D
T
d
t
5
0101
%
5
E
U
e
u
6
0110
&
6
F
V
f
v
7
0111
’
7
G
W
g
w
8
1000
(
8
H
X
h
x
9
1001
)
9
I
Y
i
y
A
1010
*
:
J
Z
j
z
Upper 4 bits
p
B
1011
+
;
K
[
k
{
C
1100
,
<
L
¥
l
|
D
1101
-
=
M
]
m
}
E
1110
.
>
N
^
n
~
F
1111
/
?
O
_
o
DEL
Lower 4 bits
A--15
E5AK
INDEX
Symbols
Auto ---tuning (A.T.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---25
Auto ---turning key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---4
Auto/Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---22
Auxiliary output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---10
Auxiliary output 1 assignment . . . . . . . . 5---35
Auxiliary output 2 assignment . . . . . . . . 5---35
° C/° F selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---33
Numbers
100%AT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---25
40%AT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---25
A
A group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---11
A/D converter error . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8---3, 8---5
A/M key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---4
About Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---13
About Changing the Number of Steps . 3---22
ABOUT CURRENT
TRANSFORMER (CT) . . . . . . . . . . . A ---5
About Errors That Occur During Motor
Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8---4
About invalid parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---5
About Isolation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---10
About ON conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---17
About parameter display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---2
About Pattern Elapsing Time . . . . . . . . 4---17
About PID Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---26
About Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---15
About the Alarm Value Decimal Point . 3---16
About the Communications Function . 1---12
About the displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---3
About the Order in Which Parameters
are Described in This Chapter . . . . . . 5---2
About the Unit No. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---15
Advance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---22, 5---8
Alarm 1 hysteresis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---29
Alarm 1 open in alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---37
Alarm 1 type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---36
Alarm 2 hysteresis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---29
Alarm 2 open in alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---37
Alarm 2 type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---36
Alarm 3 hysteresis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---29
Alarm 3 open in alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---37
Alarm 3 type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---36
Alarm hysteresis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---11
Alarm type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---10
Alarm value . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---10, 3---16
Alarm value 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---14
Alarm value 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---14
Alarm value 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---14
Alfa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---44
Analog input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---5
ASCII CODE LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A ---15
AT Execute/Cancel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---18
AT Execution Timing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---26
B
B group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---11
Balance---less, Bump ---less Operation . . 3---24
Bar graph . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---3
Basic Operation Flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---2
Before setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---3, 2---4
C
Cable connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---3
Calibrating Current Input . . . . . . . . . . . . 7---9
Calibrating inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---13
Calibrating Platinum Resistance
Thermometers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7---7
Calibrating Thermocouples . . . . . . . . . . . 7---4
Calibrating transfer output . . . . . . . . . . 1---13
Calibrating Voltage Input . . . . . . . . . . . . 7---10
Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7---7, 7---9
Calibration data error . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8---4
Calibration item menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7---3
Calibration Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---10
Calibration: 0 to 10V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7---11
Calibration: 0 to 5V, 1 to 5V . . . . . . . . . . 7---10
Calibration: thermocouple 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 7---5
Calibration: thermocouple 2 . . . . . . . . . . . 7---6
Changing currently running programs 3---22
Changing parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---11
Changing the SP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---22
Changing the time value . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---22
Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A ---3
Checking Indication Accuracy . . . . . . . . 7---12
Checking indication accuracy . . . . . . . . . 7---12
Checking Operation Restrictions . . . . . . 8---6
Close in alarm/open in alarm . . . . . . . . . 3---11
Command Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---5
Commands and Responses . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---7
Communication baud rate . . . . . . . . . . . 5---48
Communication data length . . . . . . . . . . 5---48
Communication parity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---48
Communication stop bit . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---48
Communication unit No. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---48
Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---11
Communications parameters . . . . . . . . . . 6---4
Conditions when running a program . . 6---17
Connecting the Cold
Junction Compensator . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7---4
E5AK
INDEX
CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM . . . . . . . A ---6
Control output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---9
Control output 1 assignment . . . . . . . . . 5---34
Control output 2 assignment . . . . . . . . . 5---34
Control period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---8
Control period (cool) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---22
Control period (heat) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---22
Convention Used in this Chapter . . . . . . 3---2
Conventions Used in this Chapter . . . . . 5---2
Cooling coefficient . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---2, 5---19
CT input/Potentiometer . . . . . . . . 1---5, 2---10
Current input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---5, 7---13
Hold/advance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---13
Hold/Hold cancel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---22
How the program works . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---12
How to Calculate FCS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---6
How to calculate the
heater burnout set value . . . . . . . . . . 4---24
How to Read Communications
Error Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---15
How to use keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---4
How to use programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---17
How to Use the Error Display . . . . . . . . . 8---3
How to Use the Error Output . . . . . . . . . 8---5
How to Use the
Heater Burnout Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---23
How to Use Transfer Output . . . . . . . . . 4---28
Hysteresis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---5
Hysteresis (cool) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---21
Hysteresis (heat) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---21
D
Dead band . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---2, 5---19
Decimal point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---32
Derivative time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---18
Detailed description of input functions 4---22
Determining the LBA detection time . . 4---27
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---5, A ---5
Direct/Reverse operation . . . . . . . . 3---8, 5---37
Display range over . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8---4
Down key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---4
Draw---out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---2
I
Initial Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8---2
Input and Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---5
Input assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---21
Input digital filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---28
Input error . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8---3
Input errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8---5
Input shift lower limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---29
Input shift upper limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---29
Input type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---4, 5---31
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---5
Integral time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---18
Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---2
Issuing special commands . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---10
E
End code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---15
End condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---20, 5---40
Event input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---6, 2---11
Event input assignment 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---47
Event input assignment 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---47
Event input assignment 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---47
Event input assignment 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---47
Examples of use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---25, 6---19
Executing all patterns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---14
Expansion Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---10, 5---38
K
Key protect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---19, 5---4
L
F
LBA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---26, 8---5
LBA detection example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---26
LBA detection time . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---26, 5---26
LBA detection width . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---26
Level 0 Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---9, 5---6
Level 1 Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---9, 5---17
Level 2 Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---9, 5---24
Limiter operation conditions . . . . . . . . . . 4---8
Fixing Screw for Front Panel . . . . . . . . . . 2---2
Fixing settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---11
Front panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---2
H
HBA latch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---50
HBA latch/release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---23
Heater burnout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---23
Heater Burnout Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A ---3
Heater burnout detection . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---23
Heater current monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---23
Heating and cooling control . . . . . . . . . . . 4---2
Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---8
M
Main parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---2
Manipulated variable at reset . . . . . . . . . 4---3
Manipulated variable at reset/PV error . 4---4
Manipulated variable at stop . . . . . . . . . 3---21
Manipulated variable restrictions . . . . . . 4---7
E5AK
INDEX
Manual Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---9, 5---5
Manual MV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---5
Manual reset value . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---20
Memory error . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8---3
MODEL LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A ---12
Monitor process value . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---19
Motor calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---50
Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---6
MV at PV error . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---26
MV at reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---26
MV change rate limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---27
MV change rate limiter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---7
MV limiter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---7
MV lower limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---27
MV monitor (cool) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---10
MV monitor (heat) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---10
MV upper limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---27
Pattern elapsing time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---9
Pattern execution count . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---14
Pattern execution count monitor . . . . . . 5---9
Pattern No. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---3, 3---15, 5---7
Pattern operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---14
Pattern select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---22
PID/ON/OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---39
Platinum resistance thermometer . . . . 7---12
Position ---proportional control . . . . . . . . 4---4
Position ---proportional type . . . . . 3---8, 3---24
Position-proportional dead band . . . . . . 5---20
Position-proportional type . . . . . . . . . . . A ---7
Power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---8
Precautions when wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---8
Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7---7, 7---9, 7---10
Preparations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7---4
Preparing for Communications . . . . . . . . 6---3
Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---3, 2---4, 6---17
Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---8
Program end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---18
Program Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---17
Program example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---12
Program list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---18
Program Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---11
Program mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---9
Program Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---13
Program output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---17, 4---18
Program status indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---3
Program structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---12
Proportional band . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---18
Protect Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---9, 3---19, 5---3
PV dead band . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---51
PV start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---20, 5---42
PV/Present SP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---6
N
Names of parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---2
No.1 display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---3
No.2 display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---3
Number of steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---15, 5---12
O
ON/OFF control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---5
Open/close hysteresis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---28
Operating Condition Restrictions . . . . . . 4---7
Operating conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---23
Operation at Input Error . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---12
Operation at power ON . . . . . . . . 4---19, 5---40
Operation indicator LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---3
Option Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---10, 5---46
Option Unit Ratings and
Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A ---4
Other functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---4
Outline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---2
Outline of the Communications
Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---2
Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---6
Output assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---6, 3---7
Output Unit Ratings and
Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A ---4
P
Panel cutout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---5
Parameter initialize . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---33
PARAMETER OPERATIONS LIST . . A ---13
Parameter Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7---2
Parameter types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---9
Parameters and Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---9
R
Ramp rate 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---13
Ramp rate 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---13
Ramp Rise Rate Setup Program . . . . . . . 4---9
Reading parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---7, 6---12
Reading/writing parameters . . . . . . . . . . . 6---7
Reading/writing program parameters . 6---12
Registering calibration data . . . . . . . . . . 1---13
Relationship with the number of steps . 4---10
Remote/Local . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---22, 5---25
Repeating execution of the
same pattern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---14
RS---232C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---12, 6---3
RS---422 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---12, 6---3
RS---485 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---12, 6---4
Run/Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---22
E5AK
INDEX
Running the ramp rise
rate setup program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---11
Step 8 SP (Step time) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---12
Step 8 time (Step time) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---13
Step No. monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---7
Step operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---8
Step SP/Step time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---15
Summary of alarm operations . . . . . . . . 3---12
Switching with Manual Operation . . . . . 4---3
S
Scaling lower limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---32
Scaling upper limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---32
Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---19, 5---3
Selecting modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---10
Selecting parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---11
Selecting the Control Method . . . . . . . . . . 4---2
Sensor input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---9
Sensor Input Setting Ranges
and Indication Ranges . . . . . . . . . . . . A ---4
Set point limiter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---8
Set point lower limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---39
Set point upper limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---39
Set the set point to “300.0” . . . . . . . . . . . 6---19
Setting Alarm Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---10
Setting Input Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . 3---4
SETTING LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A ---8
Setting Output Specifications . . . . . . . . . 3---7
Setting Patterns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---14
Setting Running Conditions . . . . . . . . . . 4---19
Setting the communications
specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---4
Setting the LBA detection time . . . . . . . 4---27
Setting up the option unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---4
Setting up the output unit . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---3
Setting up the terminal covers . . . . . . . . . 2---7
Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---2
Setup examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---3
Setup Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---9, 5---30
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A ---2
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A ---5
Stage output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---18
Standard type . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---7, 3---24, A ---6
Standby operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---20
Standby sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---11
Standby time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---25
Standby time monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---9
Start running . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---19
Starting and Stopping Operation . . . . . 3---21
Starting the program run . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---20
Step 0 time (Step time) . . . . . . . . 5---12, 5---13
Step 15 SP (Step time) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---12
Step 15 time (Step time) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---13
Step 7 SP (Step time) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---12
Step 7 time (Step time) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---13
T
Temperature input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---5, 3---5
Temperature input shift . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---5
Temperature unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---5
Terminal arrangement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---8
The meaning of icons used
in this chapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---2
Thermocouple . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7---12
Time signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---17
Time signal 1 enabled step . . . . . . . . . . . 5---15
Time signal 1 OFF time . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---16
Time signal 1 ON time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---15
Time signal 2 enabled step . . . . . . . . . . . 5---15
Time signal 2 OFF time . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---16
Time signal 2 ON time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---15
Time unit of ramp rate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---42
Transfer output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---7, 2---11
Transfer output lower limit . . . . . . . . . . 5---49
Transfer output scaling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---28
Transfer output type . . . . . . . . . . 4---28, 5---49
Transfer output upper limit . . . . . . . . . . 5---49
Transfer procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---2
Travel Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---4
Travel time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5---51
U
Undefined error . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---16
Up key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---4
Using Event Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3---21
V
Valve opening monitor . . . . . . . . . . 4---4, 5---10
Voltage input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---5, 7---13
W
Wait Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4---16
Wait operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1---8
When the rate of rise is set to ”0” . . . . . 4---10
Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---8
Wiring Terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2---8
Writing parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . 6---7, 6---12
E5AK
Revision History
A manual revision code appears as a suffix to the catalog number on the front cover of the manual.
Cat. No. H088-E1-02
Revision code
The following table outlines the changes made to the manual during each revision. Page numbers
refer to previous version.
Revision code
1
01A
02
Date
Revised content
September 1997
Original Production
March 2005
Page A--3:
Added information to table and accompanying notes
June 2010
Page A--9:
Changed ”%” or ”%FS” for hysteresis parameters in the middle of
table.
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Cat. No. H088-E1-02
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