SDC35/36 Single Loop Controller User`s Manual

SDC35/36 Single Loop Controller User`s Manual
•
WARNING
ev3
sp
108
ot1
out
ot2
mode
display
para
enter
Handling Precautions
To fasten this controller onto the panel, tighten the mounting
bracket screws, and then turn one more full turn when there is
no play between the bracket and panel.
Excessively tightening the screws may deform the controller case.
■ Panel Cutout Dimensions
• C35
(unit: mm)
Stand-alone mounting
30min.
Power supply
Control outputs
(48xN–4) +0.5
0
1
AC power supply
100 to 240Vac
1
DC power supply
24Vac/24Vdc
(non polar)
Event outputs
13
2
14
3
15
4
16
5
17
6
18
7
19
8
20
Inputs
9
21
7
8
9
10
22
11
23
12
24
1
COM
Gang-mounting
Stand-alone mounting
92 +0.5
0
(96xN–4) +0.5
0
30min.
■ Location
1
3
2
3
4
5
6
Relay
(independent
contact)
Current
transformer
inputs
3
4
5
6
2
1
CT1
CT2
Install the controller in a location that meets the following criteria:
SDC35/36 Single Loop Controller User's Manual for
Basic Operations CP-SP-1150E
SLP-C35 Smart Loader Package for SDC15/25/26/35/36 Single Loop
Controller User's Manual CP-UM-5290E
■ Unpacking
Warnings are indicated when mishandling
WARNING this product might result in death or serious
injury to the user.
Symbols
■ External Dimensions
•
C35
Handling Precautions
• Before wiring the SDC35/36, verify the controller's model No.
and terminal Nos. written on the label on the side of the body.
Inspect all wiring once wiring work for the SCD35/36 has been
completed.
• Use M3 crimp-type terminal lugs for wiring to terminal.
• Leave at least 50cm between I/O signal wires and power
wires. Do not put them in the same electrical conduit or duct.
• Be careful not to allow any crimp-type terminal lugs to touch
adjacent terminals.
• Prepare a heater current conductor to send a heater current
through the current transformer.
Do not use a heater current that exceeds the specified
permissible current as this may damage the controller.
• The current transformer input cannot be used for phase control.
(unit: mm)
5
65
Mounting bracket
(Accessory)
48
Terminal screw
M3
Cautions are indicated when mishandling
this product might result in minor injury to
the user, or only physical damage to this
product.
SDC35
pv
sp
out
man rsp ev1 ev2 ev3 ot1
mode
ot2
Meaning
AC power supply
DC power supply
Caution, electric shock hazard
Caution
display
enter
para
1
+
–
Voltage pulse /
Current / Voltage
13
14
15
+
1–
C
A
mA
Voltage
V
10
11
+
12
–
Current or
Voltage
+
–
4
2
1
COM
18
19
20
21
Digital input
RSP/DI
RSP
18
mA/V +
–
19
DI
2
1
COM
+
Current
Current / Voltage / Voltage pulse
DI
10
11
12
B
RTD
Voltage pulse / Current / Voltage
2+
16
17
10
11
12
–
Wiring
· The mounting must be horizontal within 10 degrees tilted in back side
lowering or within 10 degrees tilted in back side rising.
· The mounting panel should be used with a thickness of less than 9 mm of
firm board.
13
14
3
+
Be sure to provide a switch within operator reach for shutting OFF the main
power supply to the controller in the main supply wiring.
Also, in case of AC power supply models, the main supply wiring also requires
a time-lagged type (T) fuse (rated current: 0.5A, rated voltage: 250 V). (IEC127)
The following table shows the meaning of the symbols in the terminal wiring
label on the controller side:
Relay for
motor drive
PV inputs
Thermocouple
■ Mounting Procedure
96
CAUTION
Handling Precautions
• When three or more units are gang-mounted horizontally, the
maximum allowable ambient temperature is 40°C.
108
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
G
13
14
15 CLOSE
Auxiliary output
7
8
9
T
MFB
· Common mode voltages of I/O except power supply and relay contact
output: The voltage to ground is 33Vr.m.s max., 46.7V peak max., and
70Vdc max.
· Neither high nor low temperature/humidity.
· No corrosive gases such as sulfide gas.
· Little dust or soot.
· Protected from direct sunlight, wind or rain.
· Little mechanical vibration and shock.
· Not close to a high voltage line, welding machine or other source of
electrical noise.
· At least 15 meters away from a high voltage ignition device for a boiler.
· No strong magnetic field.
· No flammable liquid or gas.
This manual explains the handling precautions, mounting, wiring, PV
range type, list of parameters and main specifications only. See the
separate Installation & Configurations manual listed below for the detail
handling procedures and the setting methods, etc. These manuals also
contain information on using various functions. Please read if necessary.
Check the following items when removing the SDC35/36 from its package:
Name
Part No.
Q'ty
Remarks
Mounting Bracket
81409654-001
2
User's Manual
CP-UM-5289E
1
This Manual
Y
Relay
OPEN
2
• C36
30min.
NO
13
14
15 NC
2
Relay
Mounting
2003 Yamatake Corporation ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
● Connection of C35/36
Gang-mounting
44+0.5
0
+0.5
0
Be sure that the user receives this manual before the product is used.
Copying or duplicating the manual in part or in whole is forbidden.
The information and specifications in the manual are subject to change
without notice.
Considerable effort has been made to ensure that this manual is free
from inaccuracies and omissions. If you should find an error or omission,
please contact Yamatake Corporation.
In no event is Yamatake Corporation liable to anyone for any indirect,
special or consequential damages as a result of using this product.
ev2
92
NOTICE
pv
rsp
ev1
+0.5
0
This product has been designed, developed and manufactured for
general-purpose application in machinery and equipment.
Accordingly, when used in applications outlined below, special care
should be taken to implement a fail-safe and/or redundant design
concept as well as a periodic maintenance program.
• Safety devices for plant worker protection
• Start/stop control devices for transportation and material
handling machines
• Aeronautical/aerospace machines
• Control devices for nuclear reactors
Never use this product in applications where human safety may be
put at risk.
SDC36
man
92
Use the SDC35/36 within the operating ranges recommended in
the specifications (temperature, humidity, voltage, vibration, shock,
mounting direction, atmosphere, etc.).
Failure to do so might cause fire or faulty operation.
Do not block ventilation holes.
Doing so might cause fire or faulty operation.
Wire the SDC35/36 properly according to predetermined
standards. Also wire the SDC35/36 using specified power leads
according to recognized installation methods.
Failure to do so might cause electric shock, fire or faulty operation.
Do not allow lead clippings, chips or water to enter the controller case.
Doing so might cause fire or faulty operation.
Firmly tighten the terminal screws at the torque listed in the specifications.
Insufficient tightening of terminal screws might cause electric shock or fire.
Do not use unused terminals on the SDC35/36 as relay terminals.
Doing so might cause electric shock, fire or faulty operation.
We recommend attaching the terminal cover (sold separately) after
wiring the SDC35/36. Failure to do so might cause electric shock.
Use the relays within the recommended service life.
Failure to do so might cause fire or faulty operation.
To avoid the risk of fire or device failure, use Yamatake
Corporation's SurgeNon if there is a chance of power surges
caused by lightning.
Do not operate the keys with a mechanical pencil or other sharptipped object. Doing so might cause faulty operation.
Terminal screw
M3
92 +0.5
0
CAUTION
RESTRICTIONS ON USE
65
Mounting bracket
(Accessory)
92 +0.5
0
Thank you for purchasing the SDC35/36.
Before operating the product described in this user’s manual, please
take note of the following points regarding safety.
Be sure to keep this manual nearby for handy reference.
5
96
• There is no isolation provided between control output 1 and
control output 2.
Install an isolator as required.
• Do not connect a terminating resistor to either end of the RS485 communications line.
Doing so may interfere with communication.
• When the power supply voltage of the motor which is
connected to the motor drive relay output is 100/200Vac, use
an auxiliary relay externally.
• Do not wire in the same duct for the motor drive terminals
(13),(14),(15) and the MFB input terminals (7),(8), (9) and also
do not use 6-core cable. Failure to follow the instruction might
cause controller malfunction due to noise during motor startup
operation.
• Regarding a device or equipment which is connected to this
controller, use a model to which the basic insulation meeting
with the power supply voltage and the maximum operating
voltage of the I/O units is provided.
• The controller requires maximum 5 seconds to start up once
the power is turned ON.
The controller can be used once it has started up. However, it
is recommended to allow a warm-up time of at least 30 minutes
to attain the specified accuracy.
30min.
Note that incorrect wiring of the SDC35/36 can damage the
SDC35/36 and lead to other hazards. Check that the SDC35/36
has been correctly wired before turning the power ON.
Before wiring, or removing/mounting the SDC35/36, be sure to
turn the power OFF.
Failure to do so might cause electric shock or faulty operation.
Do not touch electrically charged parts such as the power terminals.
Doing so might cause electric shock.
Do not disassemble the SDC35/36.
Doing so might cause electric shock or faulty operation.
SDC35/36
Single Loop Controller
User's Manual
for Installation
C36
(unit: mm)
96
CP-UM-5289E
20
21
RSP input
Digital input
Communication
DA
22
DB
23 RS-485
24
SG
● I/O isolation
Items surrounded by solid lines are insulated from other signals.
Power supply
PV input
Current transfomer input 1
Current transfomer input 2
Motor feedback input
Loader communication
Digital input 1
Digital input 2
Digital input 3
Digital input 4
RS-485 communication
Control output 1
Control output 2
Auxiliary output
Internal circuit
Event output 1 (Note 1)
Event output 2 (Note 1)
Event output 3
RSP input
Availability of input or output is based on a model number.
Note 1 In case of independent contact, the part between the event output
1 and the event output 2 is isolated.
Part names and functions
Setting the PV range type
The following shows the flow of key operation:
(1)
man
pv
pv
Display when the power is turned ON.
rsp
man
ev1
ev3
ev2
ev3
ot1
ev1
ev2
ev3
ot1
ot2
(3)
(4)
OFF
sp
(6) (5)
(9)
enter
OFF
mode
display
para
enter
(2)
out
mode
(5)
sp
out
ot2
ot2
display
mode
ot1
The mode indicators are lit sequentially form the left
during a period of 5 to 6 sec after the power has been
turned ON while both the upper display and lower
display are OFF. When all mode indicators have been
lit, the display is changed to the operation display.
SDC26
pv
ev1
ev2
(2)
sp
out
man rsp
Cleaning
Parts replacement
Fuse replacement
SDC36
SDC35
para
display
Keep the
key
pressed for 2 sec.
or longer.
(6)
para
enter
(10)
mode
Press the
< key.
key.
display
or
mode
key.
Basic Mounting Control PV Power Option Option Additions Additions
model No.
output input supply
1
2
1
2
C35
C36
T
Bank setup display
pv
display
Press the
key.
Press the
Other banks (Operate
the [para], [ ] and [ ]
keys repeatedly.)
Other display and
setup (Operate the
[display] key)
display
Press the
Press the
key
Press the
para
R0
R1
V0
key.
or
key.
Other banks (Operate
the [para], [ ] and [ ]
keys repeatedly.)
para
key.
or
para
key.
VC
<
or
<
key.
Press the
key.
Press the
or
<
<
Press the
<
VD
key.
VV
para
Keep the
key
pressed for 2 seconds or longer.
C0
CC
CD
DO
DD
U
A
D
1
2
3
<
<
<
There are the standard type and special type in the data setup method.
Here, the method is explained in the standard type.
● Setting example of the PV range type
Display the C0 1 on the upper display in the bank setup mode for the setup bank.
When the [enter] key is pressed, the numerical value on the lower display will start to flash.
Move the digit or increase/decrease the numeric value by pressing the [<] [ ] [ ] keys.
When the [enter] key is pressed at the desired numeric value, the flashing will stop and
the data will be set.
● Setting example of the SP1
Display the SP- 1 on the upper display in the bank setup mode of the setup bank.
When the [enter] key is pressed, the numerical value on the lower display will start to flash.
Move the digit or increase/decrease the numeric value by pressing the [<] [ ] [ ]
keys.
When the [enter] key is pressed at the desired numeric value, the flashing will stop and
the data will be set.
For the details of the handling and setting method, refer to the following manual:
Single Loop Controller SDC35/36 User’s Manual “Installation &
Configurations” CP-SP-1150E
<
-300 to +2200°F
0 to 2200°F
0 to 1500°F
0 to 1100°F
0 to 700°F
-300 to +700°F
-300 to +400°F
0 to 2200°F
0 to 1500°F
0 to 1100°F
-300 to +700°F
0 to 1500°F
0 to 1100°F
-300 to +700°F
0 to 3000°F
0 to 3000°F
0 to 3300°F
0 to 2300°F
0 to 2300°F
0 to 2400°F
0 to 4200°F
0 to 2300°F
0 to 3400°F
-300 to +700°F
-150 to +1500°F
0 to 360K
para
Press the
<
<
display
Range
Set value
-200 to +1200°C
0 to 1200°C
0.0 to 800.0°C
0.0 to 600.0°C
0.0 to 400.0°C
-200.0 to +400.0°C
-200.0 to +200.0°C
0 to 1200°C
0.0 to 800.0°C
0.0 to 600.0°C
-200.0 to +400.0°C
0.0 to 800.0°C
0.0 to 600.0°C
-200.0 to +400.0°C
0 to 1600°C
0 to 1600°C
0 to 1800°C
0 to 1300°C
0 to 1300°C
0 to 1400°C
0 to 2300°C
0 to 1300°C
0 to 1900°C
-200.0 to +400.0°C
-100.0 to +800.0°C
0.0K to 360.0K
key.
Temperature unit setup
SP bank selection
MV display
Press the
key
<
C01 Sensor
type
41 Pt100
42 JPt100
43 Pt100
44 JPt100
45 Pt100
46 JPt100
47 Pt100
48 JPt100
49 Pt100
50 JPt100
51 Pt100
52 JPt100
53 Pt100
54 JPt100
55 Pt100
56 JPt100
57 Pt100
58 JPt100
59 Pt100
60 JPt100
61 Pt100
62 JPt100
63 Pt100
64 JPt100
65 Pt100
66 JPt100
67 Pt100
68 JPt100
or
<
Range
key.
(Note 3)
<
C01 Sensor
type
1
K
2
K
3
K
4
K
K
5
6
K
K
7
8
J
9
J
10
J
11
J
12
E
13
E
14
T
15
R
16
S
17
B
18
N
19 PLII
20 Wre5-26
21 Wre5-26
22 Ni-NiMo
23 PR40-20
24 DIN U
25 DIN L
26 Gold iron
chromel
Set value
Press the
or
<
PV range table
Press the
out
<
<
Displays PV values (present temperature etc.) or setting items.
Displays SP values (set temperature, etc.) and other parameter
values.
When the lower display shows the SP value, the “sp” lamp
lights up. When the display shows the manipulated variable
(MV), the “out” lamp lights up.
(3) Mode indicator
man:
Lights when MANUAL (manual mode)
rsp:
Lights when RSP mode (remote setup input)
ev1 to ev3: Lights when event relays are ON.
ot1 to ot2: Lights when the control output is ON.
(4) Multi-status indicator:
In the combination of the lighting condition and the lighting
status as a group, the priority 3 groups can be set.
(5) [mode] key:
The operation which has been set beforehand can be done by
pushing the key for 1s or more.
(6) [display] key:
Used to change the display contents in the operation display
mode. Display is returned from bank setup display to
operation display.
(7) < , , key:
Used for incrementing numeric values and performing
arithmetic shift operations.
(8) [para] key:
Switchs the display.
(9) [enter] key:
Used to set the setup values at the start of change and during
the change.
(10) Loader connector: Connects to a personal computer by using a dedicated cable
supplied with the Smart Loader Package.
PV range type setup
para
Press the
key.
<
(1) Upper display:
(2) Lower display:
Mode bank selection
para
Press the
key.
<
PV / SP display
Press the
key
<
(7)
<
(8)
<
(7)
-200.0 to +500.0°C
-200.0 to +500.0°C
-200.0 to +200.0°C
-200.0 to +200.0°C
-100.0 to +300.0°C
-100.0 to +300.0°C
-100.0 to +200.0°C
-100.0 to +200.0°C
-100.0 to +150.0°C
-100.0 to +150.0°C
-50.0 to +200.0°C
-50.0 to +200.0°C
-50.0 to +100.0°C
-50.0 to +100.0°C
-60.0 to +40.0°C
-60.0 to +40.0°C
-40.0 to +60.0°C
-40.0 to +60.0°C
-10.00 to +60.00°C
-10.00 to +60.00°C
0.0 to 100.0°C
0.0 to 100.0°C
0.0 to 200.0°C
0.0 to 200.0°C
0.0 to 300.0°C
0.0 to 300.0°C
0.0 to 500.0°C
0.0 to 500.0°C
-300 to +900°F
-300 to +900°F
-300 to +400°F
-300 to +400°F
-150 to +500°F
-150 to +500°F
-150 to +400°F
-150 to +400°F
-150 to +300°F
-150 to +300°F
-50 to +400°F
-50 to +400°F
-50 to +200°F
-50 to +200°F
-60 to +100°F
-60 to +100°F
-40 to +140°F
-40 to +140°F
-10 to +140°F
-10 to +140°F
0 to 200°F
0 to 200°F
0 to 400°F
0 to 400°F
0 to 500°F
0 to 500°F
0 to 900°F
0 to 900°F
Handling Precautions
C01 Input type
Range
· The accuracy is ±0.1%FS±1 digit, and Set value
±0.2%FS±1 digit for a negative area of 81
0. to 10mV
The scaling and the decimal
the thermocouple.
82 -10 to +10mV point position can be
· The accuracy varies according to the
83
0 to 100mV
changed variably in a range
range.
84
0 to 1V
of -1999 to +9999.
The accuracy of the No.17 (sensor type
86
1 to 5V
B) is ±4.0%FS for a range of 260°C or
87
0 to 5V
less, ±0.4%FS for 260 to 800°C and
88
0 to 10V
±0.2%FS for 800 to 1800°C. The PV
89
0 to 20mA
values under 20°C are not shown.
The accuracy of the No.15 (sensor type 90
4 to 20mA
R) or No.16 (sensor type S) is ±0.2%FS
for a range of 100°C or less, and ±0.15%FS for 100 to 1600°C.
The accuracy of the No.23 (sensor type PR40-20) is ±2.5%FS for 0 to of 300°C,
and ±1.5%FS for 300 to 800°C, ±0.5%FS for 800 to of 1900°C.
The accuracy of the No.26 (sensor type gold iron chromel) is ±1.5K.
The accuracy of the No. 55 to 62 and 81 are ±0.15%FS for each ranges.
The accuracy of the No.19 (sensor type PLII) in the range of 0 to 32˚F does not
meet the indication accuracy.
· The ranges with a decimal point show figures under decimal point.
Alarm code table
This table shows the alarm display and measures for the abnormal operation of this
controller.
Alarm code
Failure name
AL0 1
PV input failure
(over range)
AL02
PV input failure
(under range)
AL03
CJ failure failure
PV input failure
AL05
AL07
RSP input failure
(Over range)
(Displays in RSP mode)
RSP input failure
(Under range)
(Displays in RSP mode)
MFB input failure
AL 10
Motor adjustment failure
AL1 1
CT input failure
(over-range)
(CT input 1 or 2,or both)
AL06
AL70
AL95
A/D conversion
failure
Parameter failure
AL96
Adjustment data
AL97
AL98
AL99
Parameter failure
(RAM area)
Adjustment data failure
(RAM area)
ROM failure
Cause
Sensor line break, incorrect
wiring, incorrect PV range
type setting
Sensor line break, incorrect
wiring, incorrect PV range
type setting
Terminal temperature is
faulty (thermocouple).
Sensor line break, incorrect
wiring (RTD)
Sensor line break, incorrect
wiring, incorrect RSP range
setting
Sensor line break, incorrect
wiring, incorrect RSP range
setting
Motor line break, incorrect
wiring
Motor line break, incorrect
wiring, motor power supply
failure.
A current exceeding the upper
limit of the display range was
measured. The number of CT
turns or the number of CT
power wire loops is incorrectly
set, or wiring is incorrect.
Defective A/D converter
•Power turned OFF during
fixing data
•Data corrupted due to
noise, etc.
•Power turned OFF during
fixing data
•Data corrupted due to
noise, etc.
Data corrupted due to noise,
etc.
Data corrupted due to noise,
etc.
ROM (memory) error
Current measurement
upper limit:
Allowable measured
current:
Model selection table
sp
(8)
Current measurement
lower limit:
: When wiping out the SDC35/36, use the soft and dried cloth.
: Do not replace the parts.
: On AC models, when replacing the fuse for the power, make sure
that the replacement fuse complies with applicable standards. Use a
time lag fuse (T) compliant with IEC127 and rated at 250V, 0.5A.
No key operation for
3 minutes or more.
Bank selection display
Operation display
(9)
(10)
para
No key operation for
3 minutes or more.
display
enter
Press the
or Press the
or
Optional unit Model No.: QN206A (800 turns, hole diameter: 5.8mm)
Optional unit Model No.: QN212A (800 turns, hole diameter: 12mm)
Maintenance
Corrective action
Checking wiring or
reset PV range type
(Note 3)
4
(Note 3)
5
(Note 3)
6
(Note 1,2)
0
1
(Note 1,2)
2
(Note 1,2)
3
(Note 1,2)
4
Note 1. A current transformer is sold
separately.
Note 2. When the control output is R1, the
current transformer input is not
applied. MFB input is applied.
Note 3. Can not be selected for DC model.
Checking the ambient
temperature.
Checking wiring.
0
D
T
K
B
L
Y
0
Checking wiring or
reset RSP range
code.
Checking wiring or
reset RSP range
code.
Checking wiring or
confirm the MFB input.
Checking wiring,
confirm the motor
power supply, reset.
Use a CT with the
correct number of turns
for the display range,
reset the number of CT
turns,reset the number
of CT power wire loops,
and/or check the wiring.
Replace unit.
Re-start the system.
Reset data or replace
unit.
(AL95/97: setting
data, AL96/98: tuning
data)
Re-start the system.
Replace unit.
2
Specifications
48X96 size model
96X96 size model
Panel mounting type
Control output 1
Control output 2
Relay contact output NO Relay contact output NC
Relay contact output
Relay contact output
for motor drive
for motor drive
OPEN side
CLOSE side
Voltage pulse output
—
(for SSR drive)
Voltage pulse output
Current output
(for SSR drive)
Voltage pulse output
Voltage output
(for SSR drive)
Voltage pulse output Voltage pulse output
(for SSR drive)
(for SSR drive)
Current output
—
Current output
Current output
Current output
Voltage output
Voltage output
—
Voltage output
Voltage output
Universal
AC model (100 to 240Vac) 50/60Hz
DC model (24Vac/24Vdc)
Event relay output 3 points
Event relay output 3 points,
Auxiliary output (current output)
Event relay output 3 points,
Auxiliary output (voltage output)
Event output: 2 points (independent
contact)
Event output: 2 points (independent
contact)
Auxiliary output (current output)
Event output: 2 points (independent
contact)
Auxiliary output (voltage output)
—
Current transformer input: 2 points
Digital input: 4 points
Current transformer input: 2 points
Digital input: 4 points, RS-485
communication
Current transformer input: 2 points
Digital input: 2 points, RSP input
Current transformer input: 2 points
Digital input: 2 points, RSP input, RS485 communication
No additional treatment
Inspection certificate provided
Tropicalization treatment applied
Anti-sulfide treatment applied
Tropicalization treatment applied and
Inspection certificate provided.
Anti-sulfide treatment applied and
Inspection certificate provided.
Complying with the traceability
certification
IP65 inapplicable
Display range lower
limit:
Display range upper
limit:
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Specifications
● PV Inputs
Thermocouple:
K,J,E,T,R,S,B,N (JIS C1602-1995)
PL II (Engelhard Industries Data (ITS90))
WRe5-26 (ASTM E988-96(Reapproved 2002))
Ni-NiMo (ASTM E1751-00)
PR40-20 (Johnson Matthey Data)
DIN U,DIN L (DIN 43710-1985)
Gold iron chromel (Hayashidenko Data)
Resistance temperature detector (RTD):
Pt100 (JIS C1604-1997)
JPt100 (JIS C1604-1989)
DC voltage:
0 to 10mV, -10 to +10mV, 0 to 100mV, 0 to 1V,
1 to 5V, 0 to 5V, 0 to 10V
DC current:
0 to 20mA, 4 to 20mA
Sampling cycle:
100ms
Indication accuracy:
±0.1%FS±1digit,
±0.2%FS±1digit for a negative area of the thermocouple
(at ambient temperature 23±2°C)
Cold junction compensation accuracy:
±0.5% (at ambient temperature 23±2°C)
±1.0% (at ambient temperature 15 to 35°C)
±1.5% (at ambient temperature 0 to 15 or 35 to 50°C)
Cold junction compensation method:
The compensation in the controller or the compensation
at the outside of the controller (0°C only) can be selected.
● Digital input
Input type:
Dry contact or open collector
Allowable ON contact resistance: Max.250Ω
Allowable OFF contact resistance: Min.100kΩ
Allowable ON residual voltage: Max.1.0V
Terminal current (ON):
Approx.7.5mA (in case of short circuit).
Approx.5.0mA (in case of contact resistance 250Ω)
Minimum hold time:
200ms or more
● Current transformer input
Number of input points:
2 points
Input object:
Current transformer with 100 to 4,000 turns
(availability is by 100-turn units)
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0.4Aac (800 turns, 1 time)
Formula; Number of turns ÷ (2000 x number of power
wire loops)
50.0Aac (800 turns, 1 time)
Formula; Number of turns ÷ (16 x number of power
wire loops)
70.0Aac (800 turns, 1 time)
Formula; Number of turns ÷ (16 x number of power
wire loops) x 1.4
0.0Aac
70.0Aac (800 turns, 1 time)
Formula; Number of turns ÷ (16 x number of power
wire loops) x 1.4
Display accuracy:
±5%FS
Display resolution:
0.1Aac
Motor feedback potentiometer input (R1 model)
Allowable resistance:
100 to 2500Ω
Detection of line break:
Displays AL07.
RSP input
Input type:
linear 0 to 20mA/4 to 20mA or linear 0 to 5V/1 to 5V/
0 to 10V
Sampling cycle:
100ms
Indication accuracy:
±0.1%FS±1digit (at ambient temperature 23±2°C)
Operation at input break:
Downscale + AL06
Control outputs
• Relay output
NO side 250Vac/30Vdc, 3A (resistive load)
Contact rating:
NC side 250Vac/30Vdc, 1A (resistive load)
Life:
NO side Min. 50,000 operations
NC side Min. 100,000 operations
Min. switching specifications: 5V, 100mA
Min. open time / close times: 250ms
• Motor drive relay output (R1 model)
Output rating:
250Vac 8A (resistive load)
Life:
Min. 120,000 operations
Min. switching specifications: 24Vdc, 40mA
• Voltage pulse output (for SSR drive)
Open circuit voltage:
19Vdc±15%
Internal resistance:
82Ω±0.5%
Allowable current:
Max. 24mAdc
Min OFF time / ON time: 1ms when the time proportional cycle time is less than 10s.
250ms when the time proportional cycle time is more than 10s.
• Current output
Output type:
0 to 20mAdc or 4 to 20mAdc
Allowable load resistance: Max.600Ω
Output accuracy:
±0.1%FS (at ambient temperature 23±2°C)
±1%FS at 0 to 1mA
• Voltage output
Output type:
0 to 5Vdc/1 to 5V or 0 to 10V
Allowable load resistance: Min. 1000Ω
Output accuracy:
±0.1%FS (at ambient temperature 23±2°C)
±1%FS at 0 to 0.05V
Auxiliary output
• Current output
Output type:
0 to 20mAdc or 4 to 20mAdc
Allowable load resistance: 600Ωmax.
Output accuracy:
±0.1%FS (at ambient temperature 23±2°C)
±1%FS at 0 to 1mA
• Voltage output
Output type:
0 to 5V/1 to 5Vdc or 0 to 10Vdc
Allowable load resistance: Min. 1000Ω
Output accuracy:
±0.1%FS (at ambient temperature 23±2°C)
±1%FS at 0 to 0.05V
Event relay outputs (ev1 to 3)
Output rating:
250Vac/30Vdc 2A (resistive load)
Life:
Min. 100,000 operations
Min. switching specifications: 5V, 10mA (reference value)
RS-485 communication
Transmission line:
3-wire system
Transmission speed:
4800, 9600, 19200, 38400bps
Communication protocol:
CPL and MODBUS conforming
Terminating resistor:
Do not connect a terminating resistor.
Environmental conditions
• Operating conditions
Ambient temperature:
0 to 50°C (Gang-mounting: 0 to 40°C)
Ambient humidity:
10 to 90%RH (non condensing)
Rated power supply voltage: AC model 100 to 240Vac, 50/60Hz
DC model 24Vac 50/60Hz, 24Vdc
Power supply voltage range: AC model 85 to 264Vac, 50/60±2Hz
DC model 21.6 to 26.4Vac 50/60±2Hz, 21.6 to 26.4Vdc
• Transport conditions
Ambient temperature:
–20 to +70°C
Ambient humidity:
10 to 95%RH (non condensing)
Other specifications
Power consumption:
Max. 12VA for AC model
Max. 12VA for DC model at 24Vac
Max. 8W for DC model at 24Vdc
Non-detected power failure time: Max. 20ms (AC model)
No power failure allowed (DC model)
Altitude:
2000m or less
Mass:
C35 Approx.250g (with mounting bracket)
C36 Approx.300g (with mounting bracket)
Terminal screw tightening torque: 0.4 to 0.6N·m
Applicable standards:
EN61010-1, EN61326
Overvoltage category:
Category II (IEC60364-4-443, IEC60664-1)
Allowable pollution degree:
Pollution degree 2
Accessories and optional parts
Name
Mounting bracket
Current transformer
Hard cover
Soft cover
Terminal cover
Model No.
81409654-001(Accessory)
QN206A(5.8mm hole dia.) / QN212A(12mm hole dia.)
81446915-001(for C35) / 81446916-001(for C36)
81441121-001(for C35) / 81441122-001(for C36)
81446912-001(for C35) / 81446913-001(for C36)
0: Display in basic/standard/high function,
1: Display in standard/high function,
2: Display in high function.
Initial value may vary depending on model No.
[List of Operation Displays]
■ Operation Displays
Display
Upper display: PV
Lower display: SP
LSP 1
(Display example)
Lower display:
LSP
ST. 1(Display example)
Lower display:
Step remaining
time
Item
Initial
value
0
User
level
0
LSP No. (1st digit: 1 to LSP system group (C30 Max. 8)
Value at the
right end digit)
1
0
Step operation
remaining time
—
SP (Target value)
Upper display: PV MV (Manipulated
Lower display: MV Variable)
HEAt
COOL
Fb
Upper display: PV
At 1
(Display example)
Ct 1
Ct2
E1
E 1. Sb
t 1. -(Display example)
E2
Heat MV
(Manipulated
Variable)
Cool MV
(Manipulated
Variable)
MFB (Motor
opening
feedback value)
AT progress
display (1st digit
= Numeric value
at right end digit)
CT (Current
transformer)
current value 1
CT (Current
transformer)
current value 2
Internal event 1
main setting
Internal event 1
sub-setting
Timer remaining
time 1
E2. Sb
Internal event 2
main setting
Internal event 2
sub-setting
t2. -(Display example)
Timer remaining
time 2
E3
E3. Sb
Internal event 3
main setting
Internal event 3
sub-setting
t3. -(Display example)
Timer remaining
time 3
Contents
SP low limit (C07) to SP high limit (C08)
Setting is disabled.
Upper display: The distinction by step No., ramp-up,
ramp-down or soak is displayed at the side location
of [St.].
Lower display: Displayed by the unit (either one of
0.1s, min.s, or h.min) based on the step operation
time unit (C33).
–10.0 to +110.0%
Setting is disabled in AUTO mode.
(Numeric value does not flash.)
Setting is enabled in MANUAL mode.
(Numeric value flashes.)
Setting is disabled
–10.0 to +110.0%
—
—
0
0
0
A--M
r--r
L--r
At
do Lt
C. dI 1
RSP
PId. r
SP- 1 to
SP-8
PId. 1 to
PId. 8
rMP. 1 to
rMP. 8
tIM. 1 to
tIM. 8
Time
(for LSP1 to 8)
to
to
to
0
Setting is disabled.
—
0
Setting range is different depending on the internal
event operation type.
–1999 to +9999U: Except below.
0 to 9999U: Setting value is an absolute value.
–199.9 to +999.9%: For MV.
Setting is disabled.
Upper display: The distinction by ON delay or OFF
delay is displayed at the side location of [t1.].
Lower display: Displayed by the unit (either one of
0.1s, s, or min) based on the internal event 1 delay
time unit (E1. the 3rd digit of C3).
Setting range is different depending on the internal
event operation type.
–1999 to +9999U: Except below.
0 to 9999U: Setting value is an absolute value.
–199.9 to +999.9%: For MV.
Setting is disabled.
Upper display: The distinction by ON delay or OFF
delay is displayed at the side location of [t2.].
Lower display: Displayed by the unit (either one of
0.1s, s, or min) based on the internal event 2 delay
time unit (E2. the 3rd digit of C3).
Setting range is different depending on the internal
event operation type.
–1999 to +9999U: Except below.
0 to 9999U: Setting value is an absolute value.
–199.9 to +999.9%: For MV.
Setting is disabled.
Upper display: The distinction by ON delay or OFF
delay is displayed at the side location of [t3.].
Lower display: Displayed by the unit (either one of
0.1s, s, or min) based on the internal event 3 delay
time unit(E3. the 3rd digit of C3).
0
0
I- 1 C
I-8 C
Contents
AUTO : AUTO mode
MAN : MANUAL mode
RUN : RUN mode
RDY : READY mode
LSP : LSP mode
RSP : RSP mode
At. OF : AT Stop
At. ON : AT Start
Lt. ON : Latch continue
Lt. OF : Latch release
dI. OF : OFF
dI. On : ON
Item
Internal event 1 to
8, main setting
Internal event 1 to
8, sub-setting
Internal event 1 to
8, hysteresis
Internal event 1 to
8, ON delay
Internal event 1 to
8, OFF delay
—
0
—
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
—
0
0
0
0
0
—
0
Initial
value
AUTO
User
level
0
RUN
0
LSP
0
AT Stop
0
Latch
continue
OFF
0
to
d- 1 C
d-8 C
to
OL. 1 C
OL.8 C
to
OH. 1 C
OH.8 C
to
Initial
value
0
User
level
0
0
0
5
0
0
2
0
2
Display
C01
Proportional band
(PID1 to 8 group)
Integration time
(PID1 to 8 group)
Derivative time
(PID1 to 8 group)
Manual reset
(PID1 to 8 group)
MV low limit
(PID1 to 8 group)
MV high limit
(PID1 to 8group)
Cool-side
proportional band
(PID1 to 8 group)
Cool-side
integration time
(PID1 to 8 group)
Cool-side
derivative time
(PID1 to 8 group)
Cool-side MV low
limit (PID1 to 8
group)
Cool-side MV high
limit (PID1 to 8
group)
Contents
0.1 to 999.9%
Initial
value
5.0
50.0
0
–10.0 to +110.0%
0.0
1
–10.0 to +110.0%
0.1 to 999.9%
0 to 9999s or 0.0 to 999.9s
(0: No integral control action)
120
0
30
0
100.0
1
5.0
0
120
C 02
User
level
0
0 to 9999s or 0.0 to 999.9s
(0: No integral control action)
0 to 9999s or 0.0 to 999.9s
(0: No derivative control action)
–10.0 to +110.0%
C 03
C 04
C 05
C 06
0
0 to 9999s or 0.0 to 999.9s
(0: No derivative control action)
30
–10.0 to +110.0%
0.0
1
–10.0 to +110.0%
100.0
1
C 07
C 08
C 09
0
C 10
C11
C 12
Display
CtrL
Control method
At. OL
At. OH
dIFF
OFFS
FL
rA
bI
FL2
rA2
bI2
CyU
MV low limit at AT
MV high limit at AT
ON/OFF control differential
ON/OFF control operating
point offset
PV filter
PV ratio
PV bias
RSP filter
RSP ratio
RSP bias
Time proportional cycle unit 1
Cy
Time proportional cycle1
CyU2
Time proportional cycle unit 2
Cy2
Time proportional cycle 2
tP. ty
OUtL
SPU
SPd
C 14
Item
Time proportional operation
type
MV variation limit
SP ramp-up
SP ramp-down
Contents
0: ON/OFF control
1: PID fixed
–10.0 to +110.0%
–10.0 to +110.0%
0 to 9999U
–1999 to 9999U
0.0 to 120.0s
0.001 to 9.999
–1999 to +9999U
0.0 to 120.0s
0.001 to 9.999
–1999 to +9999U
0: 1s unit
1: 0.5s fixed (Cycle time is disabled.)
2: 0.2s fixed (Cycle time is disabled.)
3: 0.1s fixed (Cycle time is disabled.)
5 to 120s (*1)
1 to 120s (*2)
0: 1s unit
1: 0.5s fixed (Cycle time is disabled.)
2: 0.2s fixed (Cycle time is disabled.)
3: 0.1s fixed (Cycle time is disabled.)
5 to 120s (*1)
1 to 120s (*2)
0: Controllability aiming type
1: Actuator life aiming type
(Only one ON/OFF operation within time
proportional cycle time)
0.0 to 999.9%/s (0.0: No limit)
0.0 to 999.9U (0.0: No ramp)
C 15
Initial
value
0 or 1
User
level
0
0.0
100.0
5
0
0
0
0
2
C 17
0.0
1.000
0
0.0
1.000
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
2
C 19
10 or 2
0
0
2
C 16
C 18
C 20
C21
C 22
10 or 2
0 or 1
C 23
C 24
0
C 26
2
C 27
C 28
C 29
0.0
0.0
0.0
2
2
2
C 30
C31
*1 When the output includes the relay ouput.
*2 When the output does not include the relay output.
0
■ Extension tuning bank
Bank selection: Et
Initial
value
—
1
0
User
level
0
1
0
JF. bd
SP. LG
At-P
At-I
1 to 8
1
1
0 to 9999 (The decimal point position is determined
by the PV decimal point position and the SP ramp
unit.)
0.0 to 999.9 (when step operation time unit is 0.1s.)
0 to 9999 (when step operation time unit is 1s or
1min.)
0
1
At-d
Ctr. A
0
1
JF. Ov
Item
AT type
Just-FiTTER setting band
SP lag constant
AT proportional band tuning
factor
AT integration time tuning
factor
AT derivative time tuning
factor
Control algorithm
Just-FiTTER overshoot
suppression factor
C 32
Contents
0: Normal (Standard control characteristcis)
1: Immediate response (Control
characteristcis immediately responding
to the external disturbance.)
2: Stable (Control characteristics with less
up/down function of PV)
0.00 to 10.00
0.0 to 999.9
0.00 to 99.99
Initial
value
1
User
level
0
C 33
C 34
C 35
0.30
0.0
1.00
2
2
2
C 36
0.00 to 99.99
1.00
2
C 37
0.00 to 99.99
(Note)
2
0: PID (conventional PID)
1: RationaLOOP (high performance type)
0 to 100
0
1
0
1
CP-UM-5289E
Item
Zone1
Zone2
Zone3
Zone4
Zone5
Zone6
Zone7
Zone hysteresis
Contents
–1999 to +9999U
0 to 9999
Initial
value
9999U
9999U
9999U
9999U
9999U
9999U
9999U
5U
User
level
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Display
Remarks
Displayed when the
zone PID operation
is used (C24≠0).
C 40
C41
C 42
C 38
C 39
(Note) Position proportional control model: 0.00, Nonposition propor. types: 1.00
3
Item
Contents
Initial
value
Thermocouple: 1 to 26
88
RTD: 41 to 68
DC current/voltage: 81 to 84, 86 to 90
Temperature unit 0: Centigrade (°C)
0
1: Fahrenheit (°F)
Cold junction
0: Cold junction compensation is performed. (Internal)
0
compensation
1: Cold junction compensation is not performed.
(T/C)
(External)
Decimal point
0: No decimal point
0
position
1: One digit after decimal point
2: Two digits after decimal point
3: Three digits after decimal point
(Select ‘0’ or ‘1’ for the thermocouple/RTD range
with decimal point)
PV range low limit When the PV input range type is thermocouple or
0
RTD, the setting is disabled although range low limit is
displayed. –1999 to +9999U when the PV input range
type is DC voltage/current.
PV range high limit When the PV input range type is thermocouple or
1000
RTD, the setting is disabled although range high limit
is displayed. –1999 to +9999U when the PV input
range type is DC voltage/current.
SP low limit
PV input range low limit to PV input range high limit
0
SP high limit
1000
Squarer root
0.0 to 100.0%
0.0
extraction dropout (0.0: No square root extraction)
RSP range type
0: 4 to 20mA
0
1: 0 to 20mA
2: 0 to 5V
3: 1 to 5V
4: 0 to 10V
RSP range low
–1999 to +9999U
0
limit
RSP range high
1000
limit
Control action
0: Heat control (reverse action)
0
(direct/reverse)
1: Cool control (direct action)
Selection of MV
0: Control operation is continued.
0
at PV alarm
1: MV at PV alarm occurrence is outputted.
occurrence
MV at PV alarm
–10.0 to +110.0%
0.0
occurrence
MV at READY (at –10.0 to +110.0%
0.0
heat-side for
heat/cool control)
MV at READY (at –10.0 to +110.0%
0.0
cool-side)
Operation at
0: Bump-less
0
MANUAL change 1: Preset
Preset MANUAL
–10.0 to +110.0%
0.0 or
value
(Used even at MANUAL mode when power is ON.)
50.0
PID operation
0: Automatic
0
initialization
1: Not initialized
function selection 2: Initialized (when SP value different from current
value is inputted.)
PID operation
–10.0 to +110.0%
0.0 or
initial MV
50.0
Control parameter 0: No decimal point
0
decimal point
2: One digit after decimal point (Decimal point of
integration time or derivative time)
Zone PID action
0: Disabled
0
selection
1: Selection by SP
2: Selection by PV
Heat/cool control
0: Disabled.
0
selection
1: Enabled.
Heat/cool selection 0: Normal
0
1: Energy saving
Dead zone
–100.0 to +100.0%
0.0
Heat/cool control
–10.0 to +110.0%
50.0
selection point
LSP setting
1 to 8
1
system
SP ramp type
0: Standard
0
1: Multi-ramp
2: Step operation. Step is stopped when power is
re-supplied. (READY)
3: Step operation. Step is recovered when power is
re-supplied.
SP ramp unit
0: 0.1U/s
1
1: 0.1U/min
2: 0.1U/h
Step operation
0: 0.1s
0
time unit
1: 1s (Displayed in min.s in console.)
2: 1min (Displayed in h.min in console.)
Step operation
0: Disabled.
0
PV start
1: Enabled.
Step operation
0: Stop (Not looped.)
0
loop
1: Looped.
2: Final step continued. (Not looped.)
CT1 operation
0: Heater burnout detection
0
type
1: Current value measurement
CT1 output
0: Control output 1
0
1: Control output 2
2: Event output 1
3: Event output 2
4: Event output 3
CT1 measurement 30 to 300ms
30
wait time
CT2 operation
Same as CT1.
0
type
PV input range
type
Item
CT2 output
CT2 measurement
wait time
Control output 1
range
C 43
Control output 1
type
0
C 44
2
C 45
Control output 1
scaling low limit
Control output 1
scaling high limit
Control output 1
MV scalable bandwidth
Control output 2
range type
Control output 2
type
Control output 2
scaling low limit
Control output 2
scaling high limit
Control output 2
MV scalable bandwidth
Auxiliary output
range
Auxiliary output
type
Auxiliary output
scaling low limit
Auxiliary output
scaling high limit
Auxiliary output
MV scalable bandwidth
Position
proportional
control method
selection
[List of Setup Setting Displays]
■ Setup bank
Bank selection: StUP
■ Parameter bank
Bank selection: PArA
At. ty
Setting is disabled.
1 to 8
SP low limit (C07) to SP high limit (C08)
–1999 to +9999
The decimal point position varies by meeting the
internal event operation type.
0 to 9999 for some operation type.
0 to 9999
The decimal point position varies by meeting the
internal event operation type.
0.0 to 999.9
(For the delay time unit 0.1s)
0 to 9999
(Except for the delay time unit 0.1s)
Item
Display
Contents
Contents
■ PID bank
Bank selection: PId
—
Item
RSP
PID group No.
SP of LSP1 group
to SP of LSP8
group
PID group No.
(for LSP1 to 8)
Ramp
(for LSP1 to 8)
E 1. On
E8. On
E 1. OF
E8. OF
to
—
0
■ SP bank
Bank selection: SP
Display
E 1 to
E8
E 1. Sb
E8. Sb
E 1. Hy
E8. Hy
Setting is disabled.
–10.0 to +110.0%
For estimation, displayed by flashing in 0.1 to 100.0%.
Setting is disabled.
Except for 0: During execution of AT
(Value is decreased.)
0: Completion of AT
Setting is disabled.
Item
AUTO/MANUAL
mode selection
RUN/READY
mode selection
LSP/RSP
mode selection
AT Stop/Start
selection
Release all DO
latches
Communication
DI 1
Display
P- 1 to
P-8
I- 1 to
I-8
d- 1 to
d-8
rE- 1 to
rE-8
OL- 1 to
OL-8
OH- 1 to
OH-8
P- 1 C to
P-8 C
—
Display
ZN- 1
ZN-2
ZN-3
ZN-4
ZN-5
ZN-6
ZN-7
ZN.df
■ Event bank
Bank selection: Ev
Display
[List of Parameter Setting Displays]
■ Mode bank
Bank selection: MOdE
Display
■ Zone bank
Bank selection: ZONe
User level details
SDC35/36 List of Parameters
User
level
0
C 46
0
C 47
C 48
C 49
0
C 50
C51
0
C 52
C 53
1
1
2
C 54
C 55
0
C 56
C 57
0
0
C 58
0
2
C 59
2
C 60
1
C61
1
C 62
1
1
2
C 63
C 64
Position
proportional
control dead zone
Position
proportional
control long life
Position
proportional
control tuning start
Position
proportional fullclose tuning value
Position
proportional fullopen tuning value
Position
proportional fullopen time
Communication
type
2
C 65
Station address
2
C 66
Transmission
speed
C 67
Data format (data
length)
Data format
(parity)
2
0
1
0
2
0
2
C 68
C 69
C 70
C71
C 72
Data format (stop
bits)
Communication
minimum response
time
Key operation
mode/type
Mode key
function
2
2
2
2
0
0
0
0
C 73
Mode display
setup
Contents
Same as CT1.
Same as CT1.
Current output:
1: 4 to 2mA
2: 0 to 20mA
Continuous voltage output:
1: 1 to 5V
2: 0 to 5V
3: 0 to 10V
0: MV
1: Heat MV (for heat/cool control)
2: Cool MV (for heat/cool control)
3: PV
4: PV before ratio bias filter
5: SP
6: Deviation (PV-SP)
7: CT1 current value
8: CT2 current value
9: MFB (Including estimation MFB)
10: SP+MV
11: PV+MV
–1999 to +9999
(The decimal point position and unit may vary
depending on the control output 1 type.)
0 to 9999
(Available when control output 1 type is 10 or 11.)
Same as control output 1.
–1999 to +9999
(The decimal point position and unit may vary
depending on the control output 2 type.)
0 to 9999
(Available when control output 2 type is 10 or 11.)
Same as control output 1.
–1999 to +9999
(The decimal point position and unit may vary
depending on the auxiliary output type.)
Initial
value
User
level
30
0
1
0
0
0
0.0
0
100.0
0
200
0
1
0
3
0
0
0
1000
0
200
0
1
0
3
0
0
0
1000
0
200
0
0
0
10.0
0
0: Controllability aiming type
1: Potentiometer life aiming type
1
0
0: Stop
1: Start
0
0
0 to 9999
1000
0
0 to 9999
3000
0
5.0 to 240.0s
30.0
0
0
0
0 to 9999
(Available when auxiliary output type is 10 or 11.)
0: MFB control + estimated position control
1: MFB control
2: Estimated position control (MFB disabled)
3: Estimated position control (MFB disabled) +
position adjustment at power supply ON
0.5 to 25.0%
0: CPL
1: MODBUS ASCII format
2: MODBUS RTU format
0 to 127
(Communication is disabled when "0" is set.)
0: 4800bps
1: 9600bps
2: 19200bps
3: 38400bps
0: 7bit
1: 8bit
0: Even parity
1: Odd parity
2: No parity
0: 1bit
1: 2bits
1 to 250ms
0: Standard type
1: Special type
0: Invalid
1: AUTO/MANUAL selection
2: RUN/READY selection
3: AT Stop/Start
4: LSP group selection
5: Release of all DO latches
6: LSP/RSP selection
7: Communication DI1 selection
8: Invalid
Whether the mode bank setup display is enabled or
disabled is determined by the sum of the following
weighting:
Bit 0: AUTO/MANUAL display
0: Disabled, +1: Enabled
Bit 1: RUN/READY display
0: Disabled, +2: Enabled
Bit 2: LSP/RSP display
0: Disabled, +4: Enabled
Bit 3: AT stop/start display
0: Disabled, +8: Enabled
Bit 4: DO latch release
0: Disabled, +16: Enabled
Bit 5: Communication DI1 ON/OFF display
0: Disabled, +32: Enabled
Other invalid setup: 0, +64, +128
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
3
2
0
2
1
0
255
1
(continued on back page)
Display
C 74
C 75
C 76
C 77
C 78
C 79
C 80
C81
C 82
C 83
C 84
C 85
C 86
C 87
C 88
C 89
C 90
C91
Item
PV/SP value
display setup
Contents
Whether the basic display is enabled or
disabled is determined by the sum of the
following weighting:
Bit 0: PV display
0: Disabled, +1: Enabled
Bit 1: SP display
0: Disabled, +2: Enabled
Bit 2: LSP group No. display
0: Disabled, +4: Enabled
Other invalid setup: 0, +8
MV display setup Whether the basic display is enabled or disabled is
determined by the sum of the following weighting:
Bit 0: MV display
0: Disabled, +1: Enabled
Bit 1: Heat MV/cool MV display
0: Disabled, +2: Enabled
Bit 2: MFB display
0: Disabled, +4: Enabled
Bit 3: AT progress display
0: Disabled, +8: Enabled
Event setting value 0: In the operation display mode, the internal event
display setup
setting value is not displayed.
1: In the operation display mode, the internal event 1
setting value is displayed.
2: In the operation display mode, the internal event 1
to 2 setting value is displayed.
3: In the operation display mode, the internal event 1
to 3 setting value is displayed.
Event remaining
0: In the operation display mode, the ON/OFF delay
time display setup
remaining time of the internal event is not
displayed.
1: In the operation display mode, the ON/OFF delay
remaining time of the internal event 1 is displayed.
2: In the operation display mode, the ON/OFF delay
remaining time of the internal event 1 to 2 is
displayed.
3: In the operation display mode, the ON/OFF delay
remaining time of the internal event 1 to 3 is
displayed.
CT input current
0: In the operation display mode, the CT current
value display
value is not displayed.
setup
1: In the operation display mode, the CT1 current
value is displayed.
2: In the operation display mode, the CT1 to 2
current value is displayed.
User level
0: Basic configuration
1: Standard configuration
2: High function configuration
LED monitor
0: Disabled
1: Flashing at RS-485 communication signal
transmission
2: Flashing at RS-485 communication signal
receiving
3: OR (logical sum) of all DI status
4: Flashing at READY
MS indicating
0: Normally open (Normally OFF=0)
lamp ON condition 1: Normally close (Normally ON=1)
(1st priority)
2 to 9: Internal event 1 to 8
10 to 13: Undefined
14:MV1 (ON/OFF, time proportional 1, heat-side,
OPEN-side output)
15: MV2 (time proportional 2, cool-side, CLOSE-side
output)
16 to 17: Undefined
18 to 21: DI1 to DI4
22 to 25: Undefined
26 to 30: Internal contact 1 to 5
31 to 33: Undefined
34 to 37: Communication DI1 to DI4
38:MANUAL
39:READY
40:RSP
41:AT
42:During ramp
43:Undefined
44:Alarm
45:PV alarm
46:Undefined
47:Mode key function selection status
48:Event output 1 status
49:Control output 1 status
MS indicating
0: Lit
lamp ON status
1: Slow flashing
(1st priority)
2: 2 times flashing
3: Fast flashing
4: Left → Right
5: Right → Left
6: Right to left going and returning
7: Deviation OK
8: Deviation graph
9: MV graph
10: Heat-side MV graph
11: Cool-side MV graph
12: MFB graph
13: DI monitor
14: Internal contact monitor
15: Internal event monitor
MS indicating
Same as MS indicating lamp ON condition
lamp ON condition (1st priority)
(2nd priority)
MS indicating
Same as MS indicating lamp ON status (1st priority)
lamp ON status
(2nd priority)
MS indicating
Same as MS indicating lamp ON condition
lamp ON condition (1st priority)
(3rd priority)
MS indicating
Same as MS indicating lamp ON status (1st priority)
lamp ON status
(3rd priority)
MS indicating
0 to 9999U
lamp deviation
range
Special function
0 to 15
(0 at power supply ON.)
Zener barrier
Rewriting by adjustment is enabled.
adjustment
Numerical value inputting manually is disabled
CT1 number of
0: turns
winding
1 to 40: Setting value multiplied by one hundred
becomes number of winding.
CT1 number of
0: 1time
power wire loops 1 to 6: number of times
Initial
value
15
User
level
1
Display
Item
C 92
CT2 number of
winding
C 93
CT2 number of
power wire loops
Contents
0: 800 turns
1 to 40: Setting value multiplied by one hundred
becomes number of winding.
0: 1time
1 to 6: number of times
Initial
value
8
User
level
2
1
2
Display
dI 1. 3
dI5. 3
dI 1. 4
dI5. 4
15
1
E 1. C 1
E8. C 1
0
0
Item
Operation type of
internal event 1 to
8
Configuration 1
Operation type
1
1
0
0
2
E 1. C2
E8. C2
39
to
1
1
to
2
E 1. C3
E8. C3
to
Internal event 1 to
8
Configuration 2
1st digit:
Direct /Reverse
2nd digit:
Stand-by
3rd digit:
EVENT state at
READY
4th digit:
Undefined
Internal event 1 to
8
Configuration 3
1st digit:
Alarm OR
2nd digit:
Special OFF
3rd digit:
Delay time unit
4th digit:
Undefined
1
to
■ Event assignment bank
Bank selection: EvCF
Display
0
to
Contents
0: No event
1: PV high limit
2: PV low limit
3: PV high/low limit
4: Deviation high limit
5: Deviation low limit
6: Deviation high/low limit
7: Deviation high limit (Final SP reference)
8: Deviation low limit (Final SP reference)
9: Deviation high/low limit (Final SP reference)
10: SP high limit
11: SP low limit
12: SP high/low limit
13: MV high limit
14: MV low limit
15: MV high/low limit
16: CT1 heater burnout/over-current
17: CT1 heater short-circuit
18: CT2 heater burnout/over-current
19: CT2 heater short-circuit
20: Loop diagnosis 1
21: Loop diagnosis 2
22: Loop diagnosis 3
23: Alarm (status)
24: READY (status)
25: MANUAL (status)
26: RSP (status)
27: During AT execution (status)
28: During SP ramp (status)
29: Control direct action (status)
30: Invalid
31: During motor opening estimation (status)
32: Timer (status)
33: MFB high/low limit
Digits are called as 1st digit, 2nd digit, 3rd digit and
4th digit from the right end digit.
0: Direct
1: Reverse
0: None
1: Standby
2: Standby + Standby at SP change
0: Continue
1: Forced OFF
0
Initial
value
0
User
level
0
dI 1. 5
dI5. 5
dI 1. 6
dI5. 6
dI 1. 7
dI5. 7
dI 1. 8
dI5. 8
dI 1. 9
dI5. 9
0000
0: No event
1: Alarm direct + OR operation
2: Alarm direct + AND operation
3: Alarm reverse + OR operation
4: Alarm reverse + AND operation
0: As normal execution
1: Event OFF at the event setting value (main)=0
0: 0.1s
1: 1s
2: 1min
0
to
to
to
to
0
Display
0000
Ot 1. 1
Ot2. 1
Ev 1. 1
Ev3. 1
2
to
to
Item
Control output 1
to 2, event output
1 to 3
Operation type
0
0
Ot 1. 2
Ot2. 2
Ev 1. 2
Ev3. 2
0
to
to
Control output 1
to 2, event output
1 to 3
Output assignment A
0
Ot 1. 3
Ot2. 3
Ev 1. 3
Ev3. 3
dI 1. 1
dI5. 1
44
2
6
2
1
2
9
2
5
2
0
2
0.00
2
8
2
1
2
dI 1. 2
dI5. 2
to
to
Internal contact 1
to 5
Operation type
Internal contact 1
to 5
Input bit operation
Contents
0: No function
1: LSP group selection (0/+1)
2: LSP group selection (0/+2)
3: LSP group selection (0/+4)
4: PID group selection (0/+1)
5: PID group selection (0/+2)
6: PID group selection (0/+4)
7: RUN/READY selection
8: AUTO/MANUAL selection
9: LSP/RSP selection
10: AT Stop/Start
11: Invalid
12: Control action direct/reverse selection (As per
setting/opposite operation of setting)
13: SP ramp Enabled/Disabled
14: PV Hold (No-hold/Hold)
15: PV maximum value hold (No-hold/Hold)
16: PV minimum value hold (No-hold/Hold)
17: Timer Stop/Start
18: Release of all DO latches (Continue/Release)
19: Advance (No advance/Advance)
20: Step hold (No hold/Hold)
0: Disabled. (Input of default)
1: Function 1 ((A and B) or (C and D))
2: Function 2 ((A or B) and (C or D))
3: Function 3 (A or B or C or D)
4: Function 4 (A and B and C and D)
0
0
User
level
2
2
2
Display
Ot 1. 6
Ot2. 6
Ev 1. 6
Ev3. 6
Initial
value
0
0
to
to
Ot 1. 7 to
Ot2. 7
Ev 1. 7 to
Ev3. 7
Ot 1. 8 to
Ot2. 8
Ev 1. 8 to
Ev3. 8
User
level
0
to
to
Ot 1. 4
Ot2. 4
Ev 1. 4
Ev3. 4
to
Ot 1. 5
Ot2. 5
Ev 1. 5
Ev3. 5
to
to
to
Control output 1
to 2, event output
1 to 3
Output assignment B
Control output 1
to 2, event output
1 to 3
Output assignment C
Control output 1
to 2, event output
1 to 3
Output assignment D
Contents
0: Input of default
1: MV1 (ON/OFF control output, time proportional
output, heat-side proportional output of heat/cool
control)
2: MV2 (cool-side proportional output of heat/cool
control)
3: Function 1 ((A and B) or (C and D))
4: Function 2 ((A or B) and (C or D))
5: Function 3 (A or B or C or D)
6: Function 4 (A and B and C and D)
0: Normally open (OFF, 0)
1: Normally close (ON, 1)
2: Internal event 1
3: Internal event 2
4: Internal event 3
5: Internal event 4
6: Internal event 5
7: Internal event 6
8: Internal event 7
9: Internal event 8
10 to 13: Undefined
14: MV1
15: MV2
16 to 17: Undefined
18: DI1
19: DI2
20: DI3
21: DI4
22 to 25: Undefined
26: Internal contact 1
27: Internal contact 2
28: Internal contact 3
29: Internal contact 4
30: Internal contact 5
31 to 33: Undefined
34: Communication DI1
35: Communication DI2
36: Communication DI3
37: Communication DI4
38: MANUAL mode
39: READY mode
40: RSP mode
41: During AT execution
42: During SP ramp
43: Undefined
44: Alarm is enabled.
45: PV alarm is enabled.
46: Undefined
47: Mode key function selection status
48: Event output 1 status
49: Control output 1 status
Item
Control output 1
to 2, event output
1 to 3
Polality A to D
1st digit: Polarity A
2nd digit: Polarity B
3rd digit: Polarity C
4th digit: Polarity D
Control output 1
to 2, event output
1 to 3
Polarity
Control output 1
to 2, event output
1 to 3
Latch
Contents
Initial
value
0000
User
level
2
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
2
Contents
Initial
value
User
level
This is the display in upper display. The setup
exception is as follows:
---- : Yet to be registered.
P-- : Proportional band of the PID group in use
I-- :
Integration time of the PID group in use
d-- : Derivative time of the PID group in use
rE-- : Manual reset of the PID group in use
OL-- : MV low limit of the PID group in use
OH-- : MV high limit of the PID group in use
P--C : Cool-side proportional band of the PID
group in use
I--C : Cool-side integration time of the PID group
in use
d--C : Cool-side derivative time of the PID group
in use
Ol.-C : Cool-side MV low limit of the PID group in
use
Oh.-C : Cool-side of MV high limit of the PID group
in use
----
1
----
1
----
1
----
1
----
1
----
1
----
1
----
1
Initial
value
0
User
level
0
Digits are called as 1st digit, 2nd digit, 3rd digit and
4th digit from the right end digit.
0: Direct
1: Reverse
0: Direct
1: Reverse
0: Disabled
1: Enabled (Latch at ON)
2: Enabled (Latch at OFF, except at the time of
initialization after power ON)
■ User function bank
Bank selection: UF
0
Display
2
UF- 1
UF-2
0000
2
UF-3
UF-4
0
UF-5
0
UF-6
0
UF-7
0
UF-8
0
2
0
2
■ DO assignment bank
Bank selection: dO
0
■ DI assignment bank
Bank selection: dI
Item
Initial
value
2 to 5
or 0
Initial
value
0
14 to 15
or
2 to 4
User
level
2
C. LOC
L. LOC
Communication
lock
Loader lock
PASS
Password display
PS 1A
PS2A
PS 1b
PS2b
Password 1A
Password 2A
Password 1B
Password 2B
Contents
0: All settings are enabled.
1: Mode, event, operation display, SP, UF, lock,
manual MV, and mode key can be set.
2: Operation display, SP, UF, lock, manual MV, and
mode key can be set.
3: UF, lock, manual MV, and mode key can be set.
0: RS-485 communication read/write is enabled.
1: RS-485 communication read/write is disabled.
0: Loader communication read/write is enabled.
1: Loader communication read/write is disabled.
0 to 15
5: Password 1A to 2B display
0000 to FFFF (hexadecimal value)
0000 to FFFF (hexadecimal value)
0000 to FFFF (hexadecimal value)
0000 to FFFF (hexadecimal value)
0
2
0
2
0
0
0000
0000
0000
0000
0
0
0
0
Initial
value
—
—
—
—
User
level
2
2
2
2
—
2
—
2
—
2
—
2
2
■ Instrument information bank
Bank selection: Id
2
Id0 1
Id02
Id03
Id04
Id06
Id07
2
Id08
0
Item
Key lock
Id05
0
User function
definition 1
User function
definition 2
User function
definition 3
User function
definition 4
User function
definition 5
User function
definition 6
User function
definition 7
User function
definition 8
LOC
Display
0
Item
■ Lock bank
Bank selection: LOC
Display
0
2
Display
Contents
0
0
Digits are called as 1st digit, 2nd digit, 3rd digit and
4th digit from the right end digit.
to
Item
Internal contact
0: Normally open (OFF, 0)
1 to 5
1: Normally close (ON, 1)
Input assignment A 2: DI1
3: DI2
4: DI3
5: DI4
6 to 9: Undefined
10: Internal event 1
Internal contact
11: Internal event 2
1 to 5
12: Internal event 3
Input assignment B 13: Internal event 4
14: Internal event 5
15: Internal event 6
16: Internal event 7
17: Internal event 8
Internal contact
18: Communication DI1
1 to 5
19: Communication DI2
Input assignment C 20: Communication DI3
21: Communication DI4
22: MANUAL mode
23: READY mode
24: RSP mode
25: During AT execution
26: During SP ramp
Internal contact
27: Undefined
1 to 5
28: Alarm is enabled.
Input assignment D 29: PV alarm is enabled.
30: Undefined
31: Mode key function selection status
32: Event output 1 status
33: Control output 1 status
Internal contact
Digits are called as 1st digit, 2nd digit, 3rd digit and
1 to 5
4th digit from the right end digit.
Polarity A to D
1st digit: Polarity A 0: Direct
(Polarity of input
1: Reverse
assignment A)
2nd digit: Polarity B
(Polarity of input
assignment B)
3rd digit: Polarity C
(Polarity of input
assignment C)
4th digit: Polarity D
(Polarity of input
assignment D)
Internal contact
0: Direct
1 to 5 Polarity
1: Reverse
Internal contact
0: Every internal event
1 to 5
1 to 8: Internal event numbers
Internal event
No.assignment
Item
Contents
ROM ID
2 fixed
ROM version 1
XX. XX (2 digits after decimal point)
ROM version 2
XX. XX (2 digits after decimal point)
SLP support
Information
EST support
version
Manufacturing
Year-2000.
date code (year)
Ex.: “3” means the year 2003.
Manufacturing
Month + Day ÷ 100
date code (month, Ex.: “12.01” means the 1st day of December
day)
Serial No.
2
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Advanced Automation Company
2
1-12-2 Kawana, Fujisawa
Kanagawa 251-8522 Japan
Printed in Japan.
1st Edition: Issued in Oct. 2003 (A)
14th Edition: Issued in Oct. 2007 (A)
URL: http://www.azbil.com
Printed on recycled paper.
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