M5 line - Ascon S.p.A.
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Process Controller
with Setpoint
Programmer
1/
16 DIN - 48 x 48
c
ASCON spa
M5 line
ISO 9001
User Manual • M.I.U.M5-6/09.02 • Cod. J30-478-1AM5 IE
C e r t i f i e d
ASCON spa
20021 Baranzate
(MI) Italy
via Falzarego, 9/11
Fax +39 02 350 4243
http://www.ascon.it
e-mail [email protected]
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Process Controller
with Setpoint
Programmer
1/
16 DIN - 48 x 48
c
M5 line
48.50
1
2
3
REM
SP 1 RUN
SP 2 MAN
A/M
48.50
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Indications
c
NOTES
ON ELECTRIC
SAFETY AND
ELECTROMAGNETIC
COMPATIBILITY
Please, read carefully these instructions before proceeding with the installation of the controller.
Class II instrument, real panel mounting.
This controller has been designed with compliance to:
Regulations on electrical apparatus (appliance, systems and installations)
according to the European Community directive 73/23/EEC amended by the
European Comunity directive 93/68/EEC and the Regulations on the essential protection requirements in electrical apparatus EN61010-1 : 93 + A2:95.
Regulations on Electromagnetic Compatibility according to the European
Community directive n089/336/EEC, amended by the European Community
directive n° 92/31/EEC, 93/68/EEC, 98/13/EEC
and the following regulations:
- Regulations on RF emissions
EN61000-6-4 : 2001
industrial environments
- Regulation on RF immunity
EN61000-6-2 : 2001
industrial equipment and system
It is important to understand that it’s responsibility of the installer to ensure
the compliance of the regulations on safety requirements and EMC.
The device has no user serviceable parts and requires special equipment
and specialised engineers. Therefore, a repair can be hardly carried on directly by the user. For this purpose, the manufacturer provides technical assistance
and the repair service for its Customers.
Please, contact your nearest Agent for further information.
All the information and warnings about safety and electromagnetic compatibility are marked with the B sign, at the side of the note.
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Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
INTRODUCTION....................................................................................................................................PAGE
1.1
PRODUCT CODING.................................................................................................................PAGE
4
5
2
INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................................................PAGE
2.1
DESCRIPTION ...............................................................................................................................PAGE
2.2
OPERATING CONDITIONS ..................................................................................................PAGE
2.3
INSTALLATION ...............................................................................................................................PAGE
6
6
7
7
3
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS .......................................................................................PAGE
3.1
TERMINAL BLOCK ..................................................................................................................PAGE
3.2
CABLING LAYOUT....................................................................................................................PAGE
3.3
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS .......................................................................................PAGE
8
8
8
9
4
OPERATIONS .............................................................................................................................................PAGE
4.1
FRONT PANEL..............................................................................................................................PAGE
4.2
CONFIGURATION .......................................................................................................................PAGE
4.3
PARAMETER SETTING .........................................................................................................PAGE
4.4
ACCESS LEVELS ........................................................................................................................PAGE
15
15
16
20
27
5
DISPLAYS.........................................................................................................................................................PAGE
29
6
30
COMMANDS ...............................................................................................................................................PAGE
31
6.1
COMMANDS FROM KEYBOARD ...............................................................................PAGE
6.2
COMMANDS FROM DIGITAL INPUTS ................................................................PAGE
33
6.3
COMMANDS FROM SERIAL COMMUNICATION
(PLEASE, REFER THE ADDENDUM ON THE SERIAL COMMUNICATION)
7
SETPOINT PROGRAMMER ( OPTIONAL )..........................................................PAGE
7.1
PROGRAM ORGANISATION ............................................................................................PAGE
7.2
OPERATING CONDITIONS ...............................................................................................PAGE
7.3
PROGRAM INPUT AND EDITING ................................................................................PAGE
7.4
RUN/STOP OF A PROGRAM ........................................................................................PAGE
34
34
36
37
38
8
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................PAGE
39
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1 - Introduction
1
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations for having chosen
these universal controllers. They are the
best result of our experience in designing and manufacturing of smart, powerful and high reliable controllers.
POWERFUL FEATURES AND A WIDE RANGE OF FUNCTIONALITIES
The process controllers of the M5
series have been designed for the
industrial environment, are provided
with a complete set of functions, as
a true universal instrument.
They can be used as ControllersProgrammers with 1 Setpoint profile of 16 segments.
Operating mode
Resources
Control
Alarms
Retransmission
Memory Chip
Data Copy/Data Store
(option)
Main universal input
PV/SP
PV
OP1
AUX
OP2
1
Auxiliary input (option)
2
3
Two digital inputs
IL1
IL2
4
OP3
5
M5
OP4
Single
action
Single
action
Double
action
Double
action
Double
action
6 Valve
OP1
OP4
OP1 OP4
Digital inputs (IL1, IL2) functions
4
OP2 OP3
OP3
OP1 OP2
OP3 OP4
Tuning
One shot
Auto tuning
OP3 OP4
OP4 OP2 OP1
Modbus RS485
Parameterisation
Supervision
(option)
OP1 OP2 OP3
OP1 OP2
(option)
Setpoint
OP2 OP3 OP4
Adaptive
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1.1 PRODUCT CODING
Model:
The complete code is displayed on
the instrument label.
M5
The information about product coding are accessible from the front panel
by mean of a particular procedure
described at section 5.1 pag 29
Instrument label
3150
Hard
A/M
C
B
C
D
– E
D
Basic product code
F
G
0
Colour
Instruction handbook
Setpoint
Power Supply
100...240Vac (-15...+10%)
24Vac (-25...+12%) or 24Vdc (-15...+25%)
A
3
5
Outputs OP1 (OP2)
Relay - Relay
Relay - Triac
Triac - Relay
Triac - Triac
B
1
2
4
5
Serial Comms.
B
A
Accessories
Power Supply
Outputs
Serial comm.s/Options
P/N
: M5-3150-0000
CONF :
S/N
: A0A-9809/0011
V~(L-N) : 85÷264V 50/60 Hz - 3W
1
2
3
REM
SP 1 RUN
SP 2 MAN
Model Basic
Options
None [2]
Auxiliary
Input
C
0
Feedback potentiometer [2]
0
Remote Setpoint [1]
0
Not fitted
Current Transformer
0
SSR drive/analogue
Auxiliary
0
Output
SSR drive/analogue + Remote Setpoint [1] [2] 0
None [2]
5
RS485
Feedback potentiometer [2]
5
Auxiliary
Remote Setpoint [1]
Modbus/Jbus
5
Input
Current Transformer
5
protocol
SSR drive/analogue auxiliary output
5
[1] Not available with Setpoint programmer installed (E = 1)
[2] Second digital input (IL2) not available
Setpoint Programmer
Not fitted
Fitted
E
0
1
Instruction handbook
Italian-English (std.)
French-English
German-English
Spanish-English
F
0
1
2
3
Front panel Colour
Dark (std)
Beige
D
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
1
2
3
4
G
0
1
5
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2
INSTALLATION
2.1 INSTALLATION DESCRIPTION
2.1.1 DIMENSIONAL DETAILS
48 mm
1.89 in
Installation must only be carried
out by qualified personnel.
IP 20 Termination Unit
EN61010 - 1 (IEC1010 - 1)
Before proceeding with the installation
of this controller, follow the instructions
illustrated in this manual and, particularly the installation precautions
marked with the B symbol, related to the European Community directive on electrical protection and electromagnetic compatibility.
48 mm
1.89 in
20 mm max
0.79 in max
Memory Chip
connector
Panel surface
B
To prevent hands or metal touching
parts that may be electrically live, the
controllers must be installed in an
enclosure and/or in a cubicle.
150 mm
5.9 in
2.1.2 PANEL CUT-OUT
Product code label
65 mm min
2.56 in min
Sealing front panel gasket
45+0.6 mm
1.78+0.023 in
Front Panel
IP65 protection
EN 60529 (IEC 529)
65 mm min
2.56 in min
Mounting Clamps
45+0.6 mm
1.78+0.023 in
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B
2.2 ENVIRONMENTAL RATINGS
2.3 PANEL MOUNTING [2]
2.3.1 INSERT THE INSTRUMENT
2.3.2 INSTALLATION SECURING
1 Prepare panel cut-out
2 Check front panel gasket position
3 Insert the instrument
1
through the cut-out
1 Fit the mounting clamps
2 Push the mounting clamps towards
the panel surface to secure the
instrument
1
Operating Conditions
M
T
%Rh
Altitude up to 2000 m
Operating surrounding temperature 0…50°C [1]
Relative Humidity 5…95 %Rh non-condensing
Suggestions
Special Conditions
M
T
%Rh
P
Altitude > 2000 m
Temperature >50°C
Use forced air ventilation
Humidity > 95 %Rh
Warm up
Conducting atmosphere
Forbidden Conditions
C
E
3
Use 24Vac supply version
Use filters
D
2
2
1
2.3.3 CLAMPS REMOVING
2.3.4 INSTRUMENT UNPLUGGING
1 Insert the screwdriver in the clips
of the clamps
2 Rotate the screwdriver
1 Push and
2 Pull to remove the instrument
Electrostatic discharges can damage
the instrument
Before removing the instrument the
operator must discharge
himself to ground
Corrosive atmosphere
Explosive atmosphere
B
1MΩ
1
1
2
1
UL notes
[1] Operating surrounding temperature 0…50°C
[2] For Use on a Flat Surface of a Type 2 and Type 3 ‘raintight’ Enclosure.
2
1
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3
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONS
3.1 TERMINAL BLOCK [1]
7
13
8
14
9
15
4
10
16
5
11
17
6
12
18
1
PRECAUTIONS
B
Despite the fact that the instrument
has been designed to work in an
harsh and noisy environmental (level
IV of the industrial standard IEC 8014), it is strongly recommended to follow the following suggestions.
2
0,5
Nm
3
Conduit for supply and output cables
A = Supply
B = Relay/Triac Output
C = Analog Inputs
D = Serial
Communication
E = Auxiliary
Inputs/Outputs
F = Digital Inputs
A
B
B
A
Rear
terminal
covers
A
5.7 mm
0.22 in
Wire size 1 mm2
(18 AWG Solid/
Stranded) [2]
The supply wiring should be routed
away from the power cables.
Avoid to use electromagnetic contactors, power relays and high power
motors nearby.
Avoid power units nearby, especially
if controlled in phase angle
UL notes
[1] Use 60/70 °C copper (Cu)
conductor only.
[2] Wire size 1 mm2
(18 AWG Solid/Stranded)
8
B
3.2 RECOMMENDED WIRE ROUTING
B
All the wiring must comply with the
local regulations.
Keep the low level sensor input wires
away from the power lines and the
output cables.
If this is not achievable, use shielded
cables on the sensor input, with the
shield connected to earth.
B
18 screw terminals M3
Option terminals
Holding screw 0.5 Nm
1
7
L
13
1
7
L
13
2
8
N
14
2
8
N
14
3
9
15
3
9
15
4
10
16
4
10
16
5
11
17
5
11
17
6
12
18
6
12
18
Phillips screw driver PH1
Flat blade screw
driver 0.8 x 4 mm
Terminals
Ø
L
Pin connector q 1.4 mm
0.055 in max
Fork-shape AMP 165004
Ø 5.5 mm - 0.21 in
Stripped wire
L 5.5 mm - 0.21 in
C
E
D
F
C
E
Conduit for low level sensor cables
D
F
B
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B
3.3 TYPICAL INSTRUMENT WIRING (valve control)
Notes:
1] Make sure that the power supply
voltage is the same indicated on the
instrument.
2] Switch on the power supply only
after that all the electrical connections have been completed.
3] In accordance with the safety regulations, the power supply switch
shall bring the identification of the
relevant instrument. The power supply switch shall be easily accessible
from the operator.
Supervisory
TC
mA V
6
b
L
14
N
2
15
10
100% 10
16 NO
RTD 11
POT 11
17 C
B
12
0%
12
18 NO
RS485
OP2 OP1
5
C 9
A
13
1
CT
3
DIGITAL INPUT
8
OP4
(REM)
C 2
4
7
RS485
18 V— OP3
OUT
NO 1
Option terminals
Digital
Input
4] The instrument is PTC protected. In
case of failure it is suggested to
return the instrument to the manufacturer for repair.
5] To protect the instrument internal
circuits use:
- 2AT fuse for 220Vac relay outputs;
- 4 AT fuse for 110vac relay outputs;
- 1 AacT fuse for Triac outputs.
6] Relay contacts are already protected with varistors.
Only in case of 24 Vac inductive
loads, use model A51-065-30D7
varistors (on request)
Commands
PLC
Alarm
Fuse
2A ~T
PTC
1
Vac
7
13
V~
OP3
[6]
2
8
14
L
L
Supply Vac
N
N
Power switch
PV
3
A
2 wires
transmitter
B
18V–
9
4
10
5
11
Tc
Pt100
12
Fuse
Positioner module
[5]
Raise
[6]
V~
17
M
[6]
OP2
6
mV-V
16
OP1
B
mA
15
C
Lower
18
Fuse
[5]
Buffer
relays
9
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B
3.3.1 POWER SUPPLY
included PTC
13
L
14
N
Switching power supply with multiple
isolation and internal fuse
• Standard version:
nominal voltage:
100...240Vac (-15...+10%)
Frequency 50/60Hz
• Low Voltage version:
Nominal voltage:
24Vac (-25...+12%)
Frequency 50/60Hz
or 24Vdc (-15...+25%)
• Power consumption 3W max.
150Ω/lead maximum
5
6
A For J L T K S R thermocouple type
• Use always compensation cable of
the correct type for the thermocouple used
• Use always compensation cable of
the correct type for the thermocouple used
• The shield, if present, must be connected to a proper earth.
B
A
4
b
5
B
6
When using a 2 wire
system, put a jumper
between terminals 5 and 6
A
R1
B
4
5
R2 A
For PT100 resistance
thermometer
• If a 3 wire system is used, use
always cables of the same diameter (1mm2 min).
Maximum resistance/line 20 Ω
• If a 2 wire system is used, use
always cables of the same diameter (1.5mm2 min).
A When the distance between the
controller and the sensor is 15
meters, using a cable of 1.5mm2
diameter, produces an error in the
measure of 1°C.
B1 For ∆T (2x Pt100)
• Use wires of the same length.
Maximum resistance/line 20 Ω.
R1 + R2 must be <320Ω
6
10
B
3.3.2 PV CONTROL INPUT
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3.3.2 PV CONTROL INPUTS (cont.)
B
3.3.3 AUXILIARY INPUTS (OPTION)
C For DC input
Input resistance = 30Ω for mA
Input resistance = 10MΩ for mV
Input resistance = 10kΩ for Volt
5
5 watt burden resistor
0.5Ω for 1A secondary
transformer coil
0.1Ω for 5A secondary
transformer coil
Rj
CT
6
mA
11
load
B
A For current transformer CT
for the measure of the load current
• Primary coil 10A…100A
• Secondary coil 50 mA default
100mA jumper selectable
~
mV-V
12
50/100mA
PV
18V–
3
mA
Transmitters
C1 For 2 wires transmitters
• Power supply to the transmitter
18Vdc ±10%
30mA max.
Input resistance = 30Ω
10…100A
Option Module
for CT
5
Rj
6
Transmitters
PV
18V–
3
mA
C2 For 3 or 4 wires transmitters
• Power supply to the transmitter
18Vdc ±10%
30mA max.
Input resistance = 30Ω
Jumper for
100 mA
secondary
transformer coil
5
Rj
6
11
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B
3.3.3 AUXILIARY INPUTS (cont.)
e If the analogue input is provided, the
terminals for the Remote Setpoint
are 10(+) and 9(-)
B From Remote Setpoint
Current
0/4…20mA
Input resistance = 30Ω
B
3.3.5 OP1 OP2 OP3 AND OP4 OUTPUTS
The functionality associated to each of the OP1 OP2 OP3 and OP4 outputs
is defined during the configuration of the instrument.
The possible choices are:
Control
Voltage
1…5V, 0…5V, 0…10V
Input resistence = 300kΩ
11
Rj
mA
C From Position Potentiometer
To read the real position of the motor
or the valve
1
OP1
Heat
2
Single
action
OP4
Heat
3
Double
action
OP1
Heat
OP2
Cool
4
Double
action
OP1
Heat
OP4 [1]
Cool
5
Double
action
OP4 [1]
Heat
OP2
Cool
6
Valve
OP1
Raise
OP2
Lower
10
100%
100%
11
From 100Ω to 10kΩ max.
pot.h
0%
12
pot.I
Operating Total
Travel
travel
distance distance
0%
B
3.3.4 DIGITAL INPUTS
Retransm.
PV-SP
Single
action
12
mV-V
Alarms
OP1
OP2
OP3
OP2
OP3
OP3
OP2
[2]
OP1
[2]
OP4-C
OP4-C
OP3
OP3
OP3
OP4-C
where:
NPN
C1 open collector
IL 1
15
IL 2
10
C2
Com.
9
Isolated
contact
12
TTL
open collector
• The associated function is active
when the digital input is ON
(see table on page 33)
• The second digital input (IL2) is
available only with the following
options:
Remote Setpoint (D = 2)
Current transformer (D = 3)
SSR drive / analogue output (D = 4)
OP1 - OP2
Relay or Triac output
OP3
Relay output
OP4
Analogue or SSR drive output
OP4-C
Analogue output
Notes
[1] In case of OP4 analogue output, its status is not visualised by any red led
[2] When the OP4 SSR drive output is selected, the status of OP1 and OP2, as alarms,
is not displayed by any red led
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3.3.5-A SINGLE RELAY
OUTPUT (TRIAC)
16
B
3.3.5-B SINGLE SSR DRIVE
OUTPUT (OPTION) B
Load
17
B
Load
11
V~
OP1
3.3.5-F HEAT COOL OUTPUT RELAY (TRIAC)/SSR DRIVE (OPTION)
V~
OP4
12
16
Load
Heat
OP1
V~
Output 0…22Vdc ±20% (20mA max.)
galvanic isolated
3.3.5-C SINGLE ANALOGUE
OUTPUT (OPTION) B
3.3.5-D VALVE OUTPUT
16
11
Load
OP1
17
12
OP2
mA mV,V
B
12
3.3.5-G HEAT COOL OUTPUT SSR DRIVE (OPTION)/RELAY (TRIAC)
B
Increase
Load
11
V~
M
~
Decrease
Heat V~
OP4
17
Cool
OP2
Load
3 pole output with NO contacts
(increase, decrease, stop)
3.3.5-E HEAT COOL OUTPUT RELAY/RELAY (TRIAC/TRIAC)
Load
16
OP1
17
OP2
Cool
18
B
3.3.5-H HEAT COOL OUTPUT RELAY(TRIAC)/ANALOGUE (OPTION)
2 NO contacts
Heat
V~
Load
V~
18
12
18
galvanic isolated
500 Vac/ 1min
750Ω / 15V max. if current output
500Ω / 20mA max. if voltage output
V~
Cool
OP4
17
1 NO contact
Load
11
16
Load
Heat
OP1
11
V~
Cool
OP4
17
Load
12
mA mV,V
13
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3.3.5-I HEAT COOL OUTPUT DC (OPTION)/RELAY (TRIAC)
11
17
Heat
OP4
Load
Load
Cool
OP2
12
3.3.7 RETRANSMISSION OUTPUT (OPTION)
11
V~
Load
18
12
3.3.6 ALARM OUTPUTS OP1, OP2, OP3
Load
16
OP1
17
V~
B
e The relay/triac output OP1, OP2 and
OP3, can be used as alarm outputs
only if they are not used as control
outputs.
3.3.8 SERIAL COMMUNICATION (OPTION)
8
Load
2 NO contacts
Load
1
V~
OP3
2
1 NO contact
14
9
B
• Galvanic isolation 500Vac/1 min
Compliance to the EIA RS485 standard for Modbus/Jbus
7
OP2
18
Output \with galvanic isolation of
500 Vac/ 1min
750Ω / 15V max. if current output
500Ω / 20mA max. if voltage output
e The analogue/SSR drive output OP4
can be used for signal retransmission only if it is not used as control
output.
mA mV,V
mA mV,V
B
Common
Ground
A Please, read:
gammadue® and deltadue® controller series serial communication
and configuration
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4 - Operation
4
OPERATION
4.1.A KEYS FUNCTION AND DISPLAY IN OPERATOR MODE
Operating
Setpoint
(local/remote
or stored)
PV measure
in engineering units
Output status
LED’s
(reds):
OP1 output ON
OP2 output ON
OP3 output ON
5 Status LED’s (green):
REM Remote setpoint active
SP1 first stored setpoint active
SP2 - second stored setpoint active
RUN program running
MAN manual operating mode
274.8
1
2
3
REM
SP 1 RUN
SP 2 MAN
275.0
A/M
Menu
access
Automatic/
manual
Entry key for
selection and
value setting
confirmation
Run/stop
Setpoint
of a program
setting
4.1.B KEYS FUNCTION AND DISPLAY IN PROGRAMMING MODE
Parameter value
Parameter mnemonic
1
2
3
REM
SP 1 RUN
SP 2 MAN
35.0
4.1.2 MNEMONIC SETTING
(i.e. the modification of the value of a stored
Setpoint from 275.0 to 240.0)
(Way to modified configuration page 16 / 18)
Press $ or % momentarily to
change the value of 1 unit every push.
Continued pressing of $ or %
changes the value, at rate that doubles every second. Releasing the button the rate of change decreases.
In any case the change of the value
stops when it has reached the max/min
limit set for the parameter.
Press the $ or % to display the
next or previous mnemonic for the selected parameter. Continued pressing of
$ or % will display further mnemonics at a rate of one mnemonic every 0.5
seconds. The mnemonic displayed at the
time the next parameter is selected, is
the one stored in the parameter.
1253
s.p. 2
2nd stored
Setpoint
1100
p.b.
2nd stored
Setpoint
Entry key for
selection and
value setting
confirmation
Unit
MA
2nd stored
Setpoint
s.p. 2
Parameter
setting
Unit.
Centigrade Degrees
Engineering Units
Fahrenheit Degrees
Engineering Units
s.p. 2
1350
Access to the menu for:
- configuration
- parameter setting
- access definition
°C
°f
—lower
—raise
A/M
15
4.1.1 NUMERIC ENTRY
The new value is
entered when the next
parameter is selected
by mean of the R
key.
Unit
ph
Unit
mA
Engineering Units
Ph
Engineering units
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4.2
CONFIGURATION PROCEDURE
274.8
275.8
Inp
Conf
Operator
Mode
Menu
Conf
é0=10
Press the key until
é
é
33
C.pas
éno
YES
If the configured hardware option is not installed, the display shows an
hardware error message
High range
(linear input only)
from sc.lo to max.
range
sqr
Square root
(linear input only)
no / yes
CHar
Linear inputs
characterisation
no / yes
OK
éno
énone
Analog output not installed
Current trasformer not installed
Unit
Remote Setpoint input not installed
Potentiometer input not installed
Analogue output + Remote Setpoint not installed
Back to the
1st parameter
inp.=Conf
Setpoint selection
see Table 3
Remote Setpoint input
(remote input only)
see Table 4
éP:Sec
Low range
(linear input only)
from min range up to
s.p.tM
sc.Hi
sc.Hi
NO
16
rs.In
é9999
If the entered password
corresponds to the value set in
the parameter C.pas at pag. 27,
proceed to YES
H.Err
rs.p.C
é4=20
N° of decimals
(linear input only)
0/1/2/3
0
sc.lo
from -999 to 9999
(33 as default from the factory)
100
Conf
Setpoint
Configuration
éLoc
Input type
see table 1
0
sC.dd
100
101
102
103
104
s.p.
Configuration
menu
Inp.
Enter the configuration
password
Inputs
Configuration
Engineering Units
see table 2
Back to the
1st parameter
s.p=
. Conf
Time units
and Setpoint slope
p.sec/ p.Min / p
. hr
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CONFIGURATION MENU
Out
Conf
Output
Configuration
éPid:r
L.inP
Conf
Digital inputs
configuration
éOFF
O.Ity
Type of Control
see Table 5
H.C.OP
Heat control output
see Table 6
s.Out
Control output
safety value
éOFF
AlM
Conf
Alarm s
configuration
éOFF
Il1
IL1 function
see Table 8
Il2
IL2 function
see Table 8
éOFF
Al.1
AL1 alarm type
see Table 9
AI.Ou
AL1 addressing
(not available when AL1 is
OFF)
OpI / Op2/ Op3
ltch
AL1 latching
(not available when AL1 is
OFF)
no / yes
bloc
AL1 start-up disabling
(not available when AL1 is
OFF)
no / yes
Al.2
AL2 alarm type
see Table 9
A2.Ou
AL2 addressing
(not available when AL2 is
OFF)
OpI / Op2/ Op3
ltch
AL2 latching
(not available when AL2 is
OFF)
no / yes
bloc
AL2 start-up disabling
(not available when AL2 is
OFF)
no / yes
éOP1
éOFF
éOFF
éno
Off/ -100…100%
énone
rtH
éno
O.r.ty
rt.lo
Retransmission
low range
whole range
é9999
rt.Hi
C.C.OP
Cool control output
see Table 7
éOFF
éOP1
AL3 latching
(not available when AL3 is
OFF)
no / yes
ltch
AL3 start-up disabling
(not available when AL3 is
OFF)
no / yes
bloc
AL4 alarm type
see Table 9
éOFF
Al.4
AL4 addressing
(not available when AL4 is
OFF)
OpI / Op2/ Op3
éOP1
éno
Back to the 1st parameter of Out=Conf
A3.Ou
éno
éno
Retransmission
high range
whole range
AL3 addressing
(not available when AL3 is
OFF)
OpI / Op2/ Op3
éno
éOFF
Retransmission output
type
(available for DC output only)
see Table 4
Al.3
éOP1
L.inp=Conf
Retransmission output
(available for DC output
only)
none / pU / s.p.
é4=20
é0
Back to the
1st parameter of
AL3 alarm type
see Table 9
A4.Ou
AL4 latching
(not available when AL4 is
OFF)
no / yes
ltch
AL4 start-up disabling
(not available when AL4 is
OFF)
no / yes
éno
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EHit
Conf
Output
Configuration
Back
to operator mode
éno
bloc
é100
Ht.f.C
CT High range
(available if at least one
alarm is Htr)
10…100
éOFF
Ht.on
Back to the
1st parameter
AlM=Conf
CT decimal point
(available if at least one
alarm is Htr)
Off / On
Tab. 1 Input type
Value Description
éInp.
32…1112°F
tc. j 0…600°C
32…1112°F
tc. l 0…600°C
32…2192°F
tc. K 0…1200°C
32…2912°F
tc. s 0…1600°C
32…2912°F
tc. r 0…1600°C
tc. t -200…400°C -328…752°F
cuSt Custom range on request
rtd1 -200…600°C -328…1112°F
rtd2 -99.9...300.0°C -99.9…572.0°F
del.t -50.0…50.0°C -58.0…122.0°F
MU 0…50 mV
0=5 0…5 Volt
Engineering
1=5 1…5 Volt
units
0=10 0…10 Volt
0=20 0…20 mA
4=20 4…20 mA
Tab. 2 Engineering units
Value Description
éUnit
none None
°C Centigrade Degrees
°f Fahrenheit Degrees
MA mA
MU mV
U Volt
bar bar
psI PSI
rh Rh
ph Ph
Tab. 3 Setpoint type
Value Description
érs.pC
. .
loc Local only
reM Remote only
l=r Local/remote only
loc.t Local - trim
reM.t Remote - trim
Tab. 4 Rem. Setpoint
Retransmission
Value Description
0=5 0…5 Volt
1=5 1…5 Volt
0=10 0…10 Volt
0=20 0…20 mA
4=20 4…20 mA
Tab. 5 Control type
Value Description
Of.re Reverse action
Of.di Direct action
p.id
. d
. Direct action
p.id
. r
. Reverse action
U.dir Direct action
U.reU Reverse action
H.Cl
. n Linear
H.CO
. l Oil charac.
H.CH
. 2 Water charac.
érs.In
éOr
. t
. y
éOI.ty
On - Off
P.I.D.
Modulating
valves
Heat/
Cool
Tab. 6 Heat control output
Value Description
éHC
. O
. P
Off Not used
rI Relay 1
Digital signal
log SSR drive
0=5 0…5 Volt
1=5 1…5 Volt
Analogue
0=10 0…10 Volt
signal
0=20 0…20 mA
4…20
mA
4=20
Tab. 7 Cool control output
Value Description
éCC
. O
. P
Off not used
r2 relay 2
Digital signal
log SSR drive
0=5 0…5 Volt
1=5 1…5 Volt
Analogue
0=10 0…10 Volt
signal
0…20
mA
0=20
4=20 4…20 mA
Tab. 8 Digital Inputs function
éIl1
Value Description
éIl2
Off Not used
l=r Local/remote
A.Man Auto/manual
s.p1
. 1st stored Setpoint
s.p2
. 2nd stored Setpoint
keb.I Keypad
slo.1 s.p. slope disable
H.pU Measure hold
r.=H. Run/stop of a program
Tab. 9 Alarm type
Value
Off
fs.H
fs.l
deU.H
deU.l
band
Htr
lba
éAl1 éAl2
Description
éAl3 éAl4
Not used
Active high
Absolute
Active low
Active high
Deviation
Active low
Band
Out active
Heater Break
Active high
Loop break alarm (Al1 only)
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4.2.1 AL1, AL2, AL3, AL4 ALARMS CONFIGURATION
It is possible to configure up to 4 alarms:
AL1, AL2, AL3, AL4 (see pag. 17), selecting, for each of them:
A the type and the operating condition of
the alarm
(table 9 page 18)
B the functionality of the alarm acknowledgement (latching) l
à tch
C the start-up disabling (blocking) b
à loc
D the physical output of the alarm
O
à pI
O
à p2
The range of the alarm threshold correspond to the whole span and it is not limited by the SP Setpoint span.
[A] OPERATING CONDITIONS
[B] ALARM ACKNOWLEDGE
FUNCTION
The alarm, once occurred, is presented on
the display until to the time of acknowledge. The acknowledge operation consists
in pressing any key.
yes
Absolute alarm
ltch
On
active high
O
à p3
[D] LOOP BREAK ALARM LBA
When the controller connection to the sensor is discontinued or other faults are
detected in the control loop, the AL1 alarm
becomes active, after a predefined time of
1 to 9999 s, from the detection of the failure.
The alarm state ceases when the fault condition is no longer present.
é-fsH
Off
hyd hyu
The outputs can be used for alarms if
they are not used as control outputs
(see par. 3.3.5 page12)
It is possible to route up to 4 alarm to a single output (OR of the alarms).
Alarm occurrence display
This function can be enabled by the
configuration software.
(please read the user instruction on
the "M5 LINE MODBUS /JBUS PROTOCOL", supplied separately)
The type of alarm is presented
flashing, on the front panel in
alternation with the PV value.
After this operation, the alarm leaves the
alarm state only when the alarm condition
is no longer present.
On
active low
é-fsl
Off
low range
Alarm threshold
2f.5.H
275.0
A/M
SP
OP1
yes
active high
é-deH
Off
bloc
hyd hyu
On
active low
é-del
Off
∆SP
- range
+ range
Alarm threshold
∆SP
SP
Disable
ramp
down
On
Off
Start-up
SP
On
active out
é-bnd
Off
hyd hyu
The red led of the activated alarm output
is on.
275.0
Deviation alarm
On
Ilba
[C] START-UP DISABLING
Band alarm
1
2
3
1
2
3
high range
∆SP
full scale
hyd hyu
∆SP
full scale
Alarm threshold
SP
∆SP
Disable
On
Off
Start-up
ramp
up
∆SP
Threshold
=
SP ± range
mA
°C
e In case of ON-OFF control, the LBA
alarm is not active.
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4.3
PARAMETER SETTING
274.8
Operator
mode
s.p.
Setpoint
menu
prog
Menu
275.8
Menu
é
0
s.p. 1
A
The parameter setting procedure has
a timeout. If no keys are pressed for,
at least, 30 seconds, the controller
switches back, automatically, to the
operator mode.
After having selected the parameter
or the code, press $ or % to
modify the value (see pag 15 and 31)
The value is entered when the next
parameter is selected, by pressing
the è key.
Pressing the í key, the operator
mode is presented on the display.
é
Setpoint selection
local/remote
(local or remote configuration only)
loc / reM
1st stored Setpoint
(local only)
full scale
sl. u
sl. d
rtio
énone
s.sel
Stored Setpoint selection
(local only)
none / s.sp
. I
. / s.sp
. 2
.
éIn:sPcala
s.p. l
1--é
é
2--é
spH
é
3---
Setpoint high limit
from splto full scale
Alarm threshold 3
[2] see table
0
4---
Remote Setpoint bias
(only if local - trim or
remote - trim)
-span…+span
é
Alarm threshold 4
[2] see table
1
hy.Iu
Note
[1] The units of the
slope parameters are
Digit/s,
digit/min.
digit/hr, according to
the choice defined during the configuration.
Alarm threshold 2
[2] see table
0
Ratio Setpoint
(only if local trim or remote - trim)
-9.99…99.99
0
bias
Alarm threshold 1
[2] see table
0
Slop down
(user enabled/disabled)
Off/1 digit/…[1]
Back to the
1st parameter
of the Setpoint menu.
20
0
Setpoint low limit
from low scale up to
éf:sPcala
s.p. H
é
Slope up
(user enabled/disabled)
Off/1 digit/…[1]
é 1:00
2nd stored Setpoint
(local only)
full scale
Alarm s
menu
Menu
é Off
0
s.p. 2
Al
é Off
é loc
l=r
Setpoint
programmer menu
(if the option is installed.
see page 37)
é
1
hy.Id
Alarm 1 hysteresis
asymmetric upper
0...span/20 in engineering
units
Alarm 1 hysteresis
asymmetric lower
0...span/20 in engineering
units
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PARAMETER MENU
P.I.D.
menu
pId
tune
Menu
é
é
1
hy.2u
é
1
hy.2d
é
1
hy.3u
é
1
hy.3d
é
1
hy.4u
é
1
hy.4d
Alarm 2 hysteresis
asymmetric upper
0...span/20 in engineering
units
Alarm 2 hysteresis
asymmetric lower
0...span/20 in engineering
units
Alarm 3 hysteresis
asymmetric upper
0...span/20 in engineering
units
Alarm 3 hysteresis
asymmetric lower
0...span/20 in engineering
units
Alarm 4 hysteresis
asymmetric upper
0...span/20 in engineering
units
Alarm 4 hysteresis
asymmetric lower
0...span/20 in engineering
units
Back to the
1st parameter
of the Alarms menu.
é
Menu
5:0
p.b.
é 12:0
Proportional band
(P.I.D. algorithm only)
0.5…999.9 % of span
t.d.
éOFF
60
t.i.
Integral time
(user enabled/disabled)
(P.I.D. algorithm only)
Off/1…9999 seconds
Note [2] A code, specifying the n° and
the alarm type that has been configured,
is displayed. At this point, the user must
enter the threshold value, according to the
following table.
Type and value
Absolute
Deviation
Band
full scale
Tuning
menu
Mode
Active high
Active low
Active high
Active low
Active
out of band
Load Threshold
1…100A
Active high
0.1…20A
AL1 activation
delay
Active high
1…9999 s
d.Err
-bnd
-Htr
O.C.
é
50
Mres
é
5:0
p.b. C
é
60
t.i. C
é 12:0
t.d. C
Ilba
é
Error
dead band
0ff/0.1...10.0 digit
é
no
tune
Initial Tune start
(one shot tune)
no/yes
no
Adpt
Continuous Tune start
(adaptive tune)
(not available with set prGh)
no/yes.
Overshoot control
(user enabled/disabled)
(P.I.D. algorithm only)
0.01…1.00
p.b.
Calculated Proportional
band [3] (display only)
(available when adaptive
tune is selected)
Manual reset
(user enabled/disabled)
(P.I.D. algorithm only)
Off/1…100% output
t.i.
Calculated Integral time
[3] (display only)
(available when adaptive
tune is selected)
Proportional band
Cool channel
(Heat/Cool configuration only)
0.1…999.9% full scale
t.d.
Calculated derivative
time [3] (display only)
(available when adaptive
tune is selected)
é 1:00
N° and Param.
-fsH
-fsl
-deH
-del
Derivative time
(user enabled/disabled)
(P.I.D. algorithm only)
Off/0.1…999.9 seconds
Cool Integral time
(user enabled/disabled)
(Heat/Cool configuration only)
Off/1…9999 seconds
Cool Derivative time
(user enabled/disabled)
(Heat/Cool configuration only)
Off/0.1…999.9 seconds
Back to the
1st parameter of the P.I.D.
menu
Back to the
1st parameter
Nota [3]
These values are not
automatically stored on
the P.I.D. menu parameters P.b.,t.i.,t.d.
of the Tuning menu.
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InP
Input
menu
Out
Menu
é
é
é
t.saM
OP.Hy
é 10:.0
Measure bias
Off/-60…60 digit
0:1
Menu
t.c.
é
0.0
Sampling time
0.1…10 seconds
Op. l
é100.0
Op. H
tc.C
Output hysteresis
(single parameter in case of
ON-OFF control algorithm)
0....5% full scale
é
0.5
d.bnd
Control Output
cycle time
(time proportioning only)
0.2…100.0 seconds
Op.CH
é 0ff
Op.rC
Control output
high limit
0…100.0%
é
60
é
Back to
the 1st parameter
of the input menu
10
st.tM
MU.tM
Control output rate limit
(user enabled/disabled)
Off/0.01…99.99%/s
é Off
st.Op
Accs
Menu
Access
menu
(see page 27)
é
Control Output
soft start value
(user enabled/disabled)
Off/0.1…100.0%
Soft start function
activation time
(not available if st.Op = Off)
1…9999 seconds
é
Cool output cycle time
(only with Heat/Cool
time proportioning)
0.2…100.0 seconds
Dead band
(only with Heat/Cool config.)
0.0…5.0%
é100.0
Control Output low limit
(not available in Heat/Cool
configuration)
0…100.0%
é Off
Op.r
Serial
communication
menu
é 10:.0
0.5
Filter time constant
(user enabled/disabled)
Off/0.2…999.9 seconds
0
In.sh
CoMM
Menu
é Off
t.fil
Output
menu
0.5
MU.hy
Back
to the 1st parameter
of the Output menu
Conf
Menu
Configuration
menu
(see page 16)
1
Addr
Address
Off/1…247
é9600
baud
Baud rate
1200/ 2400/ 4800
9600/ 19.200
éjbus
Cool output high limit
(user enabled/disabled)
(only with Heat/Cool config.)
0.0…100.0%
prot
Communication
protocol
Modb/ jbus
Cool output rate limit
(user enabled/disabled)
(only with Heat/Cool config.)
Off/0.01…99.99%/ s
Motor travel time
(only for motorised
positioners)
15…600 seconds
Minimum output step
(only for motorised
positioners)
0.1…5.0%
Back to the
1st parameter of the
Serial Communication menu
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4.3.1 PARAMETERS
The controller parameters have been organised in group, according to their functionality area.
SETPOINT MENU
# .p. 1
s
#s.p. 2
1st stored
Setpoint
2nd stored
Setpoint
Values of the two Setpoints, that are
activated by mean of digital inputs,
communication parameters, and keyboard. The Setpoint active is indicated by the â or ä green led.
# .p. l
s
#s.p. H
Setpoint
low limit
Setpoint
high limit
High and low limit of the Setpoint SP.
The minimum span (sp1-sp2) must
be greater than 100 digit.
# .l. u
s
#s.l. d
Setpoint
ramp up
Setpoint
ramp down
This parameter specifies the maximum rate of change of the Setpoint.
Its units are: digit/s, digit/min and
digit/hour.
When the parameter is Off , this
function is disabled and the new
Setpoint value is reached immediately
after being entered (through the keyboard, the digital inputs and the serial communication). Otherwise, the
value entered is reached according
to the configured rate of change.
Remote Setpoint Bias and Ratio
Remote
signal
r
# tio
Remote
Setpoint Ratio
This parameter defines the maximum
span of the Remote Setpoint.
ab
bias = 20
ratio = 0.1
10V
a´ b´
bias = 100
ratio = –0.1
#bias.
Remote
Setpoint Bias
It defines the low range of the Remote
Setpoint, in engineering units.
Range
-200
LR
0
100
20
a (b´ )
b (a´ )
Remote
Setpoint span
PV =
LR =
HR =
SR =
a (a´) =
b (b´) =
600 °C
HR
Process variable
PV low limit
PV high limit
Remote Setpoint
SR starting point
SR ending point
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ALARM MENU
(see page 19)
If SR starting point is lower then the
ending point, both expressed in engineering units:
Working Setpoint (SP) as combination of Local Setpoint (SL)
and remote signal
biaS= starting point = a
Setpoint type Loc.t
(table 3, page 18)
SP = SL + (rtio • REM)
+ biaS
rtio=
b-a
HR - LR
Example:
biaS= 20
rtio=
100 - 20
80
=
= 0.1
600 - (-200)
800
If SR starting point is higher then the
ending point, both expressed in engineering units
biaS= starting point = a´
rtio=
b´ - a´
HR - LR
Example:
biaS= 100
rtio=
20 - 100
- 80
=
= - 0.1
600 - (-200)
800
24
Setpoint type reM.t
(table 3, page 18)
SP = REM + (rtio • SL)
+ biaS
SIGN = Remote signal
percentage
SPAN = HR-LR
REM =
SIGN * SPAN
100
Examples:
Local Setpoint (SL) with an external
Trim with multiplying coeff. of 1/10:
Setpoint type = Loc.t
rtio= 0.1
biaS= 0
Remote Setpoint (SR) with an internal Trim with multiplying coeff. of 1/5:
Setpoint type = reM.t
rtio= 0.2
biaS= 0
Remote Setpoint range equal to the
Input range:
Setpoint type = Loc.t
rtio = 1
biaS= LR
SL = 0
P.I.D. MENU
# .b.
p
#p.b. C
Proportional Band
Cool Proportional
Band
This parameter specifies the proportional band coefficient that multiplies
the error (SP - PV)
# .i.
t
#t.i. C
Integral
Time
Cool integral
Time
It is the integral time value, that specifies the time required by the integral
term to generate an output equivalent to the proportional term
When Off the integral term is not
included in the control algorithm.
à .d.
t
#t.d. C
Derivative
Time
Cool Derivative
Time
It is the derivative term coefficient that
specifies the time required by the proportional term P to reach the level of
D. When Off the derivative term is
not included in the control algorithm.
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4.3.1 PARAMETERS (cont.)
#O.C.
Overshoot
control
(Automatically disabled when the
adaptive tune is running)
This parameter specifies the span of
action of the overshoot control.
Setting lower values (1—>0.01) the
overshoot generated by a Setpoint
change is reduced. The overshoot
control doesn’t affect the effectiveness of the P.I.D. algorithm.
Setting 1, the overshoot control is disabled.
#M.res
Manual
reset
This term specifies the value of the
control output when PV = SP, in a PD
only algorithm (lack of the Integral
term).
TUNING
Two tuning method are provided:
• Initial one shoot Autotuning
• Continuous, self learning Adaptive
Tuning
When the Autotuning is started, the
controller generates a rapid burst of
ON - OFF transition and monitors the
response, in order to calculate the
optimal P.I.D. terms parameters. Once
calculated the terms values are immediately used in the control algorithm.
(a minimun error of 5% of span is
needed to start the Autotuning)
Setpoint
change
PV variable
INPUT MENU
Continuous adaptive tune
One shot initial autotuning
SP
#t.fil
Perturbation
End of the tuning
operation and start
of control with the
new terms values
Autotune start
Control
output
The self-learning adaptive autotune,
is not intrusive. It doesn’t affect the
process, at all, during the phase of
calculation of the optimal terms parameters.
It is particularly suitable for controlling process whose control
characteristics change with time
or are not linear in relation to the
Setpoint values.
It doesn’t require any operation by the
user. It is simple and works fine: it
samples continuously the process
response to the various perturbations,
determining the frequency and the
amplitude of the signals. On the basis
of this data and their statistical values, stored in the instrument, it modifies automatically the P.I.D. term parameters.
It is the ideal for all applications where
it is required to change continuously the P.I.D. terms parameters, in order
to adjust the P.I.D. to the changes of
the process dynamic conditions.
New
parameters
In case of power off with the
Adaptive Tune enabled, the values
of the P.I.D. terms parameters are
stored, in order to be reused at the
next power on.
At power on the Adaptive Tune
starts automatically.
Input filter
Time constant, in seconds, of the RC
input filter on the PV input. When this
parameter is Off the filter is
bypassed.
Filter reponse
100%
63,2%
0 Filter
Time
PV
Time
#In.sh
Measure
Bias
This value is added to the measured
PV input value. Its effect is to shift the
whole PV scale of its value (±60 digits).
#t.saM.
Sampling
Time
Sampling time, in seconds, of the
instrument. This parameter is normally
used when controlling slow process,
increasing the sampling time from 0.1
to 10 seconds.
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OUTPUT MENU
#Op.hy
# p.r
O
#Op.rC
Control
output hysteresis
Heat output
maximum rate
Cool output
maximum rate
SP
On
Off
hy
Control output hysteresis span, hy,
set in % of the full scale.
# .c.
t
#t.c. C
Control
output cycle time
Cool
cycle time
It’s the cycle time of the time propotioning control output. The P.I.D. control output is provided by the pulse
width modulation of the waveform.
#Op. l
Control Output
low limit
It specifies the minimum value of the
control output signal.
It is applied in manual mode, too.
This value, specified in %/seconds,
with range from 0.01 to 99.99%/s
provides the maximum rate of change
of the output. When set to Off this
function is disabled.
# p. H
O
#Op.C.H
Heat/Cool
deadband
This parameter specifies the width of
the deadband between the Cool and
the Heat channel
Heat / Cool algorithm
Heat
100%
Heat
Cool
àOpC.H
àOp.H.
SP
#st.Op
Soft start
of the control output
It specifies the value at which the control output is set during the start up
phase.
#st.tM
Soft start
time
This value specifies the time the start
up phase lasts. The start up phase
starts at power up of the controller.
OP
00%
Soft start
phase
àOp.r
Speed
in %/s
àst.Op
Control output
high limit
Cool output
high limit
It specifies the maximum value the
control output can be set. It is applied
in manual mode, too.
#d.bnd
Time
Start up
d.bnd P.b. / C
P.b.
0
100%
0
100%
Heat output
Cool output
#MU.tM
Travel time
It provides the time required to the
motor positioner to go from the 0%
position to 100%
#MU.hy
SERIAL COMMUNICATION
MENU
A
# ddr
Controller
address
The address range is from 1 to 247
and must be unique for each controller on the communication bus to
the supervisor.
When set to Off the controller is not
communicating
b
# aud
Baud rate
It provides the baud rate in the range
from 1200 to 19.200 bit/s.
P
# rot
Communication
protocol
Modb/ jbus
This Slave protocol allows the supervisor to read and write (when it is possible) all the parameters of the controller.
Minimum step
It specifies the minimum allowed time
of activation of the output to a motor
positioner that produces a sensible
effect. It is related to the deadband
of the positioner
ACCESS MENU
(see page 27)
CONFIGURATION MENU
(see page 16)
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4 - Operation
4.4
ACCESS LEVEL - PASSWORD - CALIBRATION
274.8
275.8
Operator
mode
Accs
Menu
II
Press until
A.pas
NO
Access
menu
Enter password
for access enable
from -999 to 9999
(11 default value from factory)
If the password entered corresponds to the one stored in the
A.pas [A] parameter, the access
configuration page is displayed.
OK
YES
Note
Pressing í
go back to the Operator mode
fUll
Ac.le
Access to all the levels
[1]
Oper
Ac.le
Operator
level Access
Edit
Access to the edit level
Ac.le
[1] With the level of access set to full, all
the related parameters are displayed.
none
EHec
yes
E.AMn
Execute
the following operations
A/M enable
/ nO
C.pas
EHec
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C.pas
Change the
Configuration password
Enter
the Configuration
password
A.pas
EHec
II
A.pas
Change
the Access password
Enter [A]
the Access password
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4 - Operation
4.4
ACCESS LEVELS PASSWORD CALIBRATION
With the access level Edit, the user
defines which groups and parameters are accessible to the operator
After selecting and confirming the
access level Edit, enter in the parameters menu.
The code of the access level is displayed on the front panel.
Press the $ and % keys to
select the proper level.
Group of parameters
pId
Menu
Parameters
35.0
p.b.
Code
read
Hide
Code
AItr
fast
read
Hide
Access level
The parameters in the access level
Visible
fast are recalled on the front panel
through the procedure of fast parameter access illustrated in par. 5.2
pag 29. The maximum number of fast
parameters is 10.
Not visible
Access level
Visible and changeable
Included in “Fast view”
Visible only
Not visible and not changeable
At the end of the parameter list of the
selected group, the controller quits
from the Edit access level.
Therefore, the Edit level must be
selected for each group of parameters
The access level of groups and parameters, is activated through
C.pot
EHec
load
EHec
Load the data
from Memory chip
Confirm and
return back to
the Operator
mode
28
stor
EHec
Download the data
to Memory chip
O
potl
255
potH
Calibrate
the potentiometer
(if present)
Oper
Ac.le
The valve
go to low scale
When the indication
(the valve) is stopped,
confirm the calibration
value using
$ or %
The valve
go to full scale
Confirm
Access
level operator
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5 - Displays
5
DISPLAYS
Manual
mode
274.8
MAN
275.8
5.1
STANDARD DISPLAY
5.2 FAST VIEW
(fast access to the parameters)
274.8
Operator
mode
275.0
274.8
Automatic
mode
Engineering units
°C
63.0
SW release
and first part
of instrument
code (HW)
00A
rel.
Op
Hard
Example of common parameters
included in the fast view (fast access)
OP1 output value
(not displayed if ON-Off)
no
tune
Software
release
300.0
t.s.p.
Target Setpoint value
local mode only
(not displayed if the Slopes
are disabled)
365.8
3fs.H
50
A B C D
3150
With this procedure, simple and fast,
up to 10 parameters, selected through
the fast view (see par 4.4 page 28) are
displayed and can be modified by the
operator without requiring the standard parameter setting procedure.
Press $% in order to modify the
parameters
The value is entered by pressing è
key
t.Cur
Base
product code
(see page 5)
Back to the Operator mode
One shot tune start
no/yes
Alarm 3 threshold
(high absolute alarm)
full scale
Load current
in Ampere
(CT option only)
none
s.sel
Stored Setpoint
selection
none/s.sp
. I
. /s.sp
. 2
.
Back to the operator mode
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6 - Commands
6
COMMANDS
COMMANDS TO THE CONTROLLER AND OPERATING PHASES
The commands can be entered
in 3 ways:
48.50
1
2
3
REM
SP 1 RUN
SP 2 MAN
48.50
A/M
6.1 KEYBOARD
•
•
•
•
•
•
30
Setpoint modification (page 31)
local/remote selection (page 31)
stored Setpoint display (page 31)
manual mode (page 32)
tuning start (page 32)
programmer stop (page 38)
6.2 DIGITAL INPUTS
see page 33
6.3 SERIAL COMMUNICATIONS
see the manual on this topic
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6 - Commands
6.1
KEYBOARD COMMANDS
A. SETPOINT MODIFICATION
The Setpoint is directly modified with
the $% keys.
Once entered, the new value is checked
and becomes operating after 2 seconds.
The end of this phase is flagged by flashing momentarily the display with SP.
274.8
275.0
Operator
mode
B. LOCAL/REMOTE
274.8
275.0
350.0
Modified
Setpoint value
s.p.
Operator
mode
Menu
loc
350.0
Flash momentarily the SP
value to confirm that it
has become operating.
back to the operator mode
The Setpoint is directly modified with the $% keys.
Once entered, the new value is checked and becomes
operating after 2 seconds. This phase is flagged by flashing momentarily the display with SP.
Select
remote
reM
Select
local
loc
Stored
Setpoint display
l=r
l=r
after 2 seconds
274.8
Setpoint
menu
Press until
Local/remote
selection
Example of Setpoint modification from 275 to 350
274.8
C. STORED SETPOINTS SELECTION
The selected Setpoint
becomes operating
pressing the
è key.
when in remote, the
green led is on
Ü
2nd stored
Setpoint
l=r
Back to the operator mode
Note: When the Setpoint value is changed, the entered value is reached with a maximum
rate set by the ramp up s
à l u
. and ramp down, s
à l. d parameter. This applies to
all the models and in all the operating modes.
It is suggested to set s
à l. u and s
à l. d to Offwhen the remote Setpoint is operating.
The entered Setpoint is defined as target Setpoint. It is displayed in the function menu at
the parameter t.=s.p.
If the slope parameter is set to zero the Setpoint variation occurs instantaneously.
1st stored
Setpoint
none
s.sel
s.s.p.1
s.sel
s.s.p.2
The selected Setpoint
becomes operating
pressing the
è key.
The two âä
leds flag the Setpoint
operating.
s.sel
Back to the operator mode
Example
Target Setpoint = 350°C
Setpoint change
s
à I. u = 10 digit/minutes
Initial Setpoint
= 250°C
t
t = 10 minutes
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6.1.2 AUTO/MANUAL MODE
274.8
MAN
275.0
274.8
MAN
50.0
6.1.3 TUNING
This controller is provided with 2 different Tuning algorithm
Operator
mode
(automatic)
• One shot tune for calculating the
optimal P.I.D. terms parameters.
274.8
tune
275.0
Menu
press until
Select manual
green { led on
press until
Continuous tune
(adaptive tune)
One shot tune
274.8
MAN
35.0
Modify
the output value
Confirm
yes
Back to the
operator
mode
to start
AUTO
100%
Setpoint SP
MAN
AUTO
SP
SP (PV)
no
to stop
no
Adpt
yes
tune
no
The command start/stop is
executed pressing the
è key.
When the controller is
calculating the P.I.D. terms
parameters, the
{ led is flashing
tune
Confirm
yes
to start
yes
tune
The command
start/stop is executed
pressing the
è
Confirm
no
to stop
no
key.
tune
SP = PV
0
100%output OP OPMAN=OPAUTO
change
OP
OP
OP
co
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Confirm
no
tune
(Not present with
programmed
Setpoint)
Op.r
PV
0
• Continuous tuning (adaptive tune)
for a continuous calculation of the
P.I.D. terms parameters in order to
adapt the control to dynamically
changing process or not linear
ones.
ST
Y
OPAUTO=OPMAN
After the execution of the tuning, the
calculated values are automatically
presented in the P.I.D. menu.
When this function is in progress, the
calculated values are visible in the
Tuning menu but cannot be modified.
(see page 21)
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6.2 DIGITAL INPUT COMMANDS
Function
Performed operation
Note
Off
On
n
à one
—
—
Set manual mode
àA.Man
Automatic
Manual
Keypad lock
àKeb.I
Unlock
Locked
PV measure hold
àH.pU
Normal
operation
PV is hold
The value of PV is “frozen” at the time
the digital input goes to the close state
Setpoint slopes inhibition
àslo.1
Rate limiting
is active
Normal
operation
When the input is in the on state, the Setpoint
is changed in steps
Standard
Setpoint
None
Programmed
Setpoint
A function is assigned, through the
configuration procedure to each IL1
and IL2 digital input. (see the parameters setting at tab 8 at pag 17).
The configured function is activated
when the digital input (free voltage
contact or open collector output) is
in the On state. It is deactivated by
setting the input to the Off state.
The activation of the function through
the digital input has the highest priority than through the keyboard or
through the serial communication.
Parameter
value
1st stored
Setpoint
àsp.1
Local
1st SP
2nd stored
Setpoint
àsp.2
Local
2nd SP
Remote
Setpoint
àl=r.
Local
Remote
Start/stop
of a program
àH.=r.
Hold/Run
Not used
With the keypad locked the commands from
digital inputs and serial communication are still
operating
If more than one digital input is selecting a
Setpoint, the last to be activated is the one
operating.
The status (RUN/HOLD) changes every time
the digital input switches from Off to On.
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7 - Programmed Setpoint
7
PROGRAMMED
SETPOINT
INTRODUCTION
7.1
The controller supplied with the Setpoint
programmer option (mod. M5-3… &)
offers, in alternative to the adaptive tuning, the functionality to define, store,
display and execute a program consisting in the Setpoint profile in time.
The program consists of a sequence
of segments.
MAIN CHARACTERISTICS
• 1 program, 16 segments/program
• start, stop, hold etc., commands
from the keyboard
• time base in seconds, minutes or
hours
• continuous or up to 1…9999 time
cycling of the program
• 1 OP3 digital output with the state
profile defined by the program
• setting of the maximum allowed
deviation from the Setpoint
PROGRAM STRUCTURE
For each segment, it is specified:
• the Setpoint to reach
s
à p
. .
always
• the duration
present
of the segment
t
à i
. .
• the state of the OP3 output
The program consists of:
• 1 initial segment named O
• 1 end segment named f
• 1…14 normal segments
Normal segments
These segments build up the profile
program. There are 3 types of segments:
Ramp
àsp.==
àti.==
Dwell
àsp==
àsp.==
àti.==
àti==
Step
Initial segment
Its main purpose is to define the value
the process variable has to maintain
before starting the program.
End segment
Its main purpose is to define the value
the process variable has to maintain
at the end of the program and until
further changes of Setpoint.
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àsp.==
àti.== = 0
s.p.
ti.
=
=
=
=
=
Target setpoint
Duration
Previous segment
Current segment
Next segment
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EXAMPLE OF SETPOINT PROFILE
°C
àsp. 4
Setpoint
àsp. 9
Maximum
allowed
deviation
àsp. 3
àsp.10
àsp.11
band
àsp. 2
350
àsp.12
300
250
àsp.13
àsp. I
Program
start
àsp.14
200
150
àsp. f
100
àsp. 0
50
0
30 50
Segment Initial
Time
OP3 Digital Output
t0
70 80
110
170
190
210
230
250
1°
2°
3°
4°
5°
9°
10°
11°/12° 13° 14°
t1
t2
t3
t4
t5
t9
t10
t11/t12 t13
t14
time
End
The OP3 digital output state, during the
segments, is defined in the program
àCIo
C
à Io
contact close (On)
àOpn
O
à pn
contact open (Off)
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7.2
SETPOINT PROGRAMMER OPERATION
7.2.1 MAXIMUM ALLOWED
DEVIATION ( band )
7.2.2 RE-START OF A PROGRAM AFTER A POWER FAILURE
If the PV controlled input value exceeds
the band, centred around the SP, the
segment time is extended of the same
time the PV input stays out of the band.
The band width is defined in a parameter of the program segment.
The actual segment period is calculated as ti.=
. = +Ti
The parameter #fail . specifies
the behaviour of the programmer at
power up (see pag.37). Selected
between the following 3 choices:
# ont is selected,
If C
the execution of the program starts
from the point reached at the power
failure time.
C
# ont
Continue
r
# es
Reset
All the parameters, like Setpoint
and the remaining time are restored
at the values they had at power off.
r
# aMp
Ramp
A. Ramp
àband
The drawing below illustrates the
situation.
Power off during a dwell
Power Off
SP
Power Off
àband
SP
PV
Power off during a ramp
PV
ti
Ti
à i.-t
àti.-- + Ti
Power Off time
If r
# es is selected,
at power on the program ends and
goes back to local mode.
Power Off
B. Dwell
SP
àband
àband
PV
Ti
àti.-ti.-- + Ti
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If r
# aMp is selected,
the execution of the program starts
from the point reached at the power
failure time.
In this case, the programs continue with PV reaching SV with a
ramp, whose slope corresponds to
the one of the segment running at
the power off.
ti
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7.3 CREATION AND
MODIFICATION OF A PROG.
274.8
275.8
prog
Menu
Program menu
(if present)
PARAMETER MENU
Operator
mode
stat
fail
Unit
Program status
res = reset
Hold = hold
run = start
Restart
after a power off
Cont = continue
res = reset
raMp = continue with
the slope
Cyc.
[1] One digital output is provided
which can be controlled by the
program. This output is OP3. If this
functionality is not required, it can
be inhibited by setting Off the
parameter d
à O
. . -
band
sp. 0
dO. O
Time units
p.sec = seconds
p.Min = minutes
p.hr = hours
n.seg
ti. O
ti. I
No. of segments
1…14 max.
Segment 0
time
0.1…999.9 Unit
Segment 0
Setpoint
whole range
Segment 0
Digital output [1]
Clo = closed
Opn = open
Off = inhibited
Allowed deviation
Off / 0…span/20
dO. f
Back to the
1st parameter
End
segment Setpoint
whole range
End segment
digital output[1]
Clo = closed
Opn = open
Off = inhibited
Segment 1
time
0.1…999.9 Unit
sp. 1
Segment 1
Setpoint
Intera scala
No. of program cycles
Off / 1…9999
sp. f
Continue for
all the 14 normal
segments
dO. I
Segment 1
Digital output [1]
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7.4
START/STOP OF A PROGRAM
DIRECT MODE WITH
The various commands, supported by the controller, are different for each of the following operating phases:
A] when in Local Setpoint mode
B] during the execution of a program
C]when the program is in hold
THROUGH THE PARAMETER MENU
PARAMETER MENU
274.8
275.0
Commands supported by the controllers
Operator
mode
(local Setpoint)
Phase
Supported
commands
Program
menu
Menu
Press until
Program start
Type of
operating
setpoint
prog
Local
Programmed
Programmed
Start of a
program
Execution
of a program
Hold
of a program
A
B
C
run
stat
274.8
RUN
275.0
Program
running
Ö led
continuously on
Setting
of Local
setpoint
Program start
Hold
Program
start
Program
hold
Program
continuation
Program
stop
in local mode
Program
stop
in local mode
Program
stop
in local mode
When the
program is
ended it comes
back to normal
mode
stat
Program Hold
Program hold
329.0
RUN
333.0
Program hold
Ö led flashing
res
stat
The different phase are displayed in a chained way, just
for easing the understanding of the functionality.
Two different mode for starting and stopping a program are
provided:
direct mode with the ê key
through the parameter menu
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Continue up to
the program end
Program reset
A
The Ö green led is flashed at high rate when the controlled
variable is out of the allowed deviation band
The current time of a segment is hold up to the time the variable
re-enter in the band.
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8 - Technical Specifications
8
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Features
Description
at 25 °C env. temp.
Total
The choices are: input type, operating mode, type of control, safety strategies, alarm strategies
configurability
1 loop with single/double output
Operating
modes
1 loop as the latter with the addition of the Setpoint programmer
P.I.D. with overshoot control or On-off
Algorithm
P.I.D. with velocity algorithm, for controlling motorised positioners
Proportional band (P)
0.1…999.9%
Integral time (I)
1…9999 s
Derivative time (D)
0.1…999.9 s
(user enabled/disabled)
Error band
0.1…10.0 digit
Manual reset
1…100% output
(user enabled/disabled)
Cycle time
0.2…100.0 s
Hysteresis
0.1…5.0%
Control mode
Dead band
0.0…5.0%
Cool proportional band
0.1…999.9%
Cool Integral time
1…9999 s
(user enabled/disabled)
Cool Derivative time
0.1…999.9 s
Cool cycle time
0.2…100.0 s
Motor travel time
15…600 s
Motor minimum step
0.1…5.0%
Feedback potentiometer
100Ω…10kΩ
Common
PV input
characteristics
(see table 1
page 18 for the
signal ranges)
Accuracy
P.I.D. control
Time proportioning control
Discontinuous control
ON-Off control
Heat/Cool control
Motorised positioner
A/D converter with resolution of 160000 points
Update measurement time: 50 ms
Sampling time (max. update time of the output): 0.1…10.0 s configurable
Input bias: - 60…+60 digit
Input filter with enable/disable 0.1…999.9 s
0.25% ±1 digits for temperature sensors
0.1% ±1digits (for mV and mA)
Between 100…240Vac
the error is minimal
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8 - Technical Specifications
Features
Description
at 25 °C env. temp.
PV input
Resistance thermometer
(for ∆T: R1+ R2 must be <320Ω)
Pt100Ω a 0°C
(IEC 751)
°C/°F selectable
2 or 3 wires or
2 Pt100 for ∆T
Max. wire res.: 20Ω (3 wires)
Input drift: 0.1°C/10°C Env. temperature
<0.1°C/10Ω Wire Resistance
Thermocouple
L, J, T, K, R, S
(IEC 548)
°C/°F selectable
Internal cold
junction compensation
Max. wire res.: 150Ω
Input drift: <2µV/°C Env. temperature
<5µV/10Ω Wire Resistance
DC input (current)
0/4…20mA
Rj = 30Ω
DC input (voltage)
Auxiliary inputs
(options)
Digital
inputs
Control
output
(cont.)
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Remote Setpoint
Not isolated
accuracy 0.1%
0…50 mV
Rj = 10MΩ
1...5/0...5/0...10V
Rj = 10kΩ
Current 0/4…20mA
Rj = 30Ω
Engineering units
Configurable decimal point position
–
with or without √
Input drift: <0.1%/20°C Env. Temp.
Initial scale.: - 999…9999
<5µV/10Ω Wire Res.
Full scale.: -999…9999
(minimum range of 100 digits)
Bias in engineering units and ± range
Voltage 1...5/ 0...5/ 0...10V
Rj = 300kΩ
Ratio from -9.99…+99.99
CT current
transformer
max. span 50 or 100 mA
hardware selectable
Display from 10 to 200 A
resolution of 1A with alarm threshold (Heater break alarm)
Potentiometer
100Ω…10kΩ
supply 300mV
Position feedback measurement
Local + Remote Setpoint
Auto/Man mode change, Local/Remote Setpoint mode change, Stored
The closure of the external
Setpoints activation, keypad lock, measure hold and slopes inhibit.
2 logic
contact produces any of the
Start, stop, hold of a program
following actions:
(only with Setpoint programmer)
Single or double channel, direct or reverse action
Minimum limit
0…100.0% (OP1 heat)
Maximum limit
0…100.0% (OP1 heat), -100.0…0% (OP2 cool)
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Features
Description
at 25 °C env. temp.
Maximum slope
Safety value
Time proportioning
Control
output
Analogue
0.01…99.99%/s up and down
-100…100% . (user enabled/disabled)
Relays
NO 2A/250Vac resistive loads
Triac
1A/250Vac resistive loads
0…22Vdc, 20mA max.
SSR drive
(for static switches)
Current
0/4…20mA max. 750Ω/10V max.
Voltage
Motor positioner (3 states)
Increase - Stop - Decrease
SPST NO, 2A/250Vac resistive load
Hysteresis 0.1…5.0% symmetrical
0…1/5/10V 500Ω / 20mA max.
Double action
2 poles NO, 2A/250Vac resistive load
Active high
Action type
Active low
Alarms
Actions
Special
functions
OP4 analogue
output
(optional)
Galvanic isolation: 500 Vac/1min.
Resolution: 12 bit (0.025%)
Accuracy: 0.1% . Short circuit protected
Setpoint
Ramp up and down, with slope in digit/s,
digit/minute or digit/hour
between 0.0…10.0% of the range
High and low limits
Galvanic isolation 500Vac/1min
Resol.: 12 bit (0.025%)
Accur. 0.1%. Short circuit protection
Deviation threshold
± range
Band width
0…range
Absolute threshold
Heater Break detection
Loop Break Alarm
Activation inhibit (blocking)
Acknowledge (latching)
Related to the program (optional) (OP3)
Whole scale
Current: 0/4…20mA 750Ω/10V max.
Retransmission of PV or SP
Voltage: 1...5/0...5/0...10V 500Ω/20mA max.
Local plus 2 stored Setpoints
Only Remote
Local and Remote
Local with trim
Remote with trim
Time programmable (optional)
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Features
Description
at 25 °C env. temp.
Programmable
Setpoint
(optional)
1 program, 16 segments (1 initial and 1 end)
From 1 to 9999 cycles or continuous cycling (Off)
Time values in seconds, minutes and hours
Start, stop, hold, etc. activated from the keyboard, digital input and serial communications.
One shot Tune- step response method for calculating the P.I.D. terms parameters
Tuning
Adaptive Tune self-learning, not intrusive, analysis of the process response to perturbations and continuously calculation of the P.I.D.
parameters (not available with the Setpoint Programmer option)
Auto/Manual
station
Integrated in the controller, bumpless
Operated from keyboard, digital input and serial communication.
Serial com.
(optional)
RS485 isolated, Modbus-Jbus, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 bit/s, 2 wires
Auxil. supply
18Vdc ± 20%, 30mA max. for transmitters (2, 3, 4 wires)
Operational
safety
Measure input
Detection of out of range, short circuit or sensor break with automatic activation of the safety strategies and
alerts on display
Control output
Safety value: -100…+100% (user enabled/disabled)
Parameters
Parameters and configuration data are stored in a non volatile memory for an unlimited time.
They are organised in functionally homogeneous groups, like: visible and changeable, visible and not
changeable, not visible.
Access protection
Password to access the configuration data and the parameter protection menu
Supply
100...240Vac (-15...+10%) 50/60Hz or 24Vac (-25...+12%) 50/60Hz and 24Vdc (-15...+25%)
power consumption 3W max.
Electric safety
Compliance to EN61010, installation class 2 (2500V) pollution class 2
General
Electromagnetic compatibility Compliance to the CE standards for industrial system and equipment
characteristics UL and cUL approvals
File E176452
Protection EN650529
IP20 termination unit, IP65 front panel
Dimensions
42
1/
16
DIN - 48 x 48, depth 150 mm, weight 230 g approx.
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Warranty
1
WARRANTY
We warrant that the products will be free
from defects in material and
workmanship for 3 years from the date of
delivery.
The warranty above shall not apply for
any failure caused by the use of the
product not in line with the instructions
reported on this manual.
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ICONS TABLE
Main universal input
Digital input
Digital input
connected functions
Thermocouple
Isolated contact
Auto/Manual
RTD (Pt100)
NPN open collector
Run, Hold, Reset and
program selection
Delta Temp (2x RTD)
TTL open collector
PV hold
Setpoint
Setpoint slopes
inhibition
mA and mV
Custom
Local
Frequency
Stand-by
SPST Relay
Keypad lock
Triac
Current transformer
Outputs lock
SPDT Relay
mA Remote setpoint
Start-up function
mA
Volt Remote setpoint
Timer function
mA mV
Feedback potentiometer
Memorized
Logic
Auxiliary input
Remote
Setpoint programmer
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Output
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