DigitroniK Line SDC30/31 User`s Manual

DigitroniK Line SDC30/31 User`s Manual
No. CP-UM-1586E
DigitroniK Line
SDC30/31
Digital Indicating Controller
User’s Manual
Thank you for purchasing the SDC30/31.
This manual contains information for
ensuring correct use of the SDC30/31. It
also provides necessary information for
installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting.
This manual should be read by those
who design and maintain devices that
use the SDC30/31.
Be sure to keep this manual near by for
handy reference.
RESTRICTIONS ON USE
This product has been designed, developed and manufactured for general-purpose
application in machinery and equipment. Accordingly, when used in the 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.
REQUEST
Ensure that this User's Manual is handed over to the user before the
product is used.
Copying or duplicating this User's Manual in part or in whole is forbidden. The information and specifications in this User's Manual are subject to change without notice.
Considerable effort has been made to ensure that this User's Manual is
free from inaccuracies and omissions.
If you should find any inaccuracies or omissions, 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.
©2002 Yamatake Corporation ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
The above is a registered trademark of Yamatake Corporation.
Other company names and product names listed in this manual are registered
trademarks or trademarks of respective companies.
Safety Precautions
■ About Icons
Safety precautions are for ensuring safe and correct use of this product, and for preventing injury to the operator and other people or damage to property. You must
observe these safety precautions. The safety precautions described in this manual are
indicated by various icons.
As the following describes the icons and their meanings, be sure to read and understand the descriptions before reading this manual:
WARNING
Warnings are indicated when mishandling this product might result in death
or serious injury to the user.
CAUTION
Cautions are indicated when mishandling this product might result in minor injury to
the user, or only physical damage to this product.
■ Examples
Triangles warn the user of a possible danger that may be caused by wrongful operation or misuse of this product.
These icons graphically represent the actual danger. (The example on the
left warns the user of the danger of electrical shock.)
White circles with diagonal bar notify the user that specific actions are
prohibited to prevent possible danger.
These icons graphically represent the actual prohibited action. (The example on the left notify the user that disassembly is prohibited.)
Black filled-in circles instruct the user to carry out a specific obligatory
action to prevent possible danger.
These icons graphically represent the actual action to be carried out. (The
example on the left instructs the user to remove the plug from the outlet.)
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WARNING
Earth the FG terminal with a ground resistance of maximum 100 Ω
before connecting to the measurement target and external control circuits. Failure to do so might cause electric shock or fire.
Before wiring, or removing/mounting the SDC30/31, be sure to turn
the power OFF. Failure to do so might cause electric shock.
Do not touch electrically charged parts such as the power terminals.
Doing so might cause electric shock.
Do not disassemble the SDC30/31. Doing so might cause electric shock
or faulty operation.
CAUTION
Use the SDC30/31 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 SDC30/31 properly according to predetermined standards. Also
wire the SDC30/31 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 this controller case.
Failure to do so might cause fire or faulty operation.
Inputs to the current input terminals 6 and 8 on the SDC30/31 should be
within the current and voltage ranges listed in the specifications.
Failure to do so might cause electric shock 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 SDC30/31 as relay terminals.
Doing so might cause electric shock, fire or faulty operation.
We recommend attaching the terminal cover (sold separately) after wiring
the SDC30/31.
Failure to do so might cause electric shock.
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CAUTION
Use the relays on the SDC30/31 within the service life listed in the specifications.
Continued use of the relays after the recommended service life might cause
fire or faulty operation.
Use Yamatake Corporation’s SurgeNon if there is the risk of power surges
caused by lightning.
Failure to do might cause fire or faulty operation.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
After turning the power ON, do not operate the SDC30/31 for at most 7 seconds
to allow the SDC30/31 to stabilize.
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SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
To reduce risk of electrical shock which could cause personal injury, follow all safety notices in
this documentation.
This symbol warns the user of a potential shock hazard where hazardous live voltages may be
accessible.
* If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection provided by the
equipment must be impaired.
* Do not replace any component (or part) not explicitly specified as replaceable by your supplier.
* All wiring must be in accordance with local norms and carried out by authorized experienced personnel.
* The ground terminal must be connected before any other wiring (and disconnect last).
* A switch in the main supply is required near the equipment.
* In case of AC power supply models, mains power supply wiring requires a (T) 0.5 A, 250 V fuse(s).
(IEC127)
EQUIPMENT RATINGS
Supply voltage
100 to 240V ac (operating power voltage 85 to 264V ac)
Frequency
50/60 Hz
Power or current ratings
18 VA maximum
EQUIPMENT CONDITIONS
Do not operate the instrument in the presence of flammable liquids or vapors. Operation of any electrical
instrument in such an environment constitutes a safety hazard.
Temperature
0 to 50°C
Humidity
10 to 90%RH
Vibration
Installation category
Pollution degree
2 m/s2 (10 to 60 Hz)
Category II (IEC664-1, EN61010-1)
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EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
• The controller must be mounted into a panel to limit operator access to the rear terminals.
• Specification of common mode voltage: The common mode voltages of all I/O except for main supply
and relay outputs are less than 30V rms, 42.4V peak and 60V dc.
APPLICABLE STANDARDS
EN61010-1, EN50081-2, EN50082-2, EN61326
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Unpacking
Check the following when removing the SDC30/31 from its package.
1. Check the model No. to make sure that you have received the product that you ordered.
2. Check the SDC30/31 for any apparent physical damage.
3. Check the contents of the package against the Package List to make sure that all accessories are included in the
package.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
• After unpacking, handle the SDC30/31 and its accessories taking care to prevent damage or loss of parts.
• If an inconsistency is found or the package contents are not in order, immediately contact your dealer.
Name
Model No.
Body
Q’ty
Remarks
1
See 8-1 Model Number Configuration
Mounting bracket
81405411-001
1
2 per set
User’s Manual
CP-UM-1586E
1
This manual
N3132
1
Engineering unit seal
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Request
The filter on the front of this controller is covered with a protective film to protect the surface of this controller.
When you have finished mounting and wiring this controller, fix cellophane adhesive tape on the corners of the filter,
and pull in the direction of the arrow to peel off the protective film.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
Peeling off the protective film with your fingernail might scratch the surface of this
controller.
Tape
Pull off towards you.
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The Role of This Manual
This manual provides an overview of the SDC30/31, and describes mounting onto control panels, wiring, operation
methods, troubleshooting and specifications.
The following manuals are provided with the SDC30/31.
Digital Indicating Controller SDC30/31 User’s Manual
Manual No. CP-UM-1586E
This manual is provided with this controller body.
DigitroniK CPL Communications User’s Manual
Manual No. CP-UM-1589E
This manual describes how to use the communication functions of this controller.
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Organization of This User’s Manual
This manual is organized as follows.
Chapter 1
NAMES & FUNCTIONS OF PARTS
This chapter describes the names and functions of parts.
Chapter 2
MOUNTING
This chapter describes how to mount the SDC30/31 on control panels.
Chapter 3
WIRING
This chapter describes the layout of terminals on this controller, I/O circuits, connector
cables and precautions when wiring the SDC30/31 to a control system.
Chapter 4
SETTING THE SETUP ITEMS
This chapter describes how to fit this controller into instruments for use, and how to set
defaults.
Chapter 5
SETTING UP THE PARAMETERS
This chapter describes how to set the constants required for operating this controller.
Chapter 6
OPERATION
This chapter describes frequently carried out operations after this controller has been
fitted into instruments.
Chapter 7
TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter describes how to remedy trouble when, for instance, an alarm is displayed
on this controller.
Chapter 8
SPECIFICATIONS
This chapter describes how model Nos. are configured and the specifications of the SDC30/
31.
Chapter 9
MAINTENANCE
This chapter describes the maintenance to be carried out on this controller.
For details on model No. configuration, see Chapter 8 Specifications, on page 8-1.
Conventions Used in This Manual
The following conventions are used in this manual.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
: Handling Precautions indicate items that the user should pay attention to when handling the SDC30/31.
NOTE
Check items
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: Notes indicate useful information that the user might benefit by knowing.
: Check items indicate items operation precautions or items that must be checked during
operation.
Index by Purpose
● How to Use This Manual
When using this manual, read the required item according to your specific requirements.
● Specific Requirement
● Go to These Chapters
➧ If you want to design and produce control panels
p.2-1 ........... Chapter 2
MOUNTING
➧ If you want to mount and wire this controller
p.3-1 ........... Chapter 3
WIRING
p.8-1 ........... Chapter 8
SPECIFICATIONS
p.8-1 ........... Chapter 8
SPECIFICATIONS
Setting setup items
p.4-1 ........... Chapter 4
SETTING THE SETUP ITEMS
Setting up parameters
p.5-1 ........... Chapter 5
SETTING UP PARAMETERS
Storing parameters to PARA keys
p.5-1 ........... Chapter 5
SETTING UP PARAMETERS
p.6-1 ........... Chapter 6
OPERATION
p.7-1 ........... Chapter 7
TROUBLE SHOOTING
p.9-1 ........... Chapter 9
MAINTENANCE
➧ If you want to learn about model No. configurations and specifications
➧ If you want to set up defaults before operation
➧ If you want to learn more about operations
Chapter 6 describes operation in detail.
➧ If you want to remedy trouble
When an alarm is displayed
Learning about the meanings of alarm codes
➧ If you want to carry out maintenance on this
controller
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Contents
Safety Precautions
Safety Requirements
Unpacking
Request
The Role of This Manual
Organization of This User's Manual
Conventions Used in This Manual
Index by Purpose
Chapter 1
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF COMPONENT PARTS......................... 1-1
Chapter 2
INSTALLATION...................................................................................... 2-1
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-5
Chapter 3
x
Cables ................................................................................................................................ 3-2
Terminal Connections ........................................................................................................ 3-3
Terminal Arrangement ....................................................................................................... 3-4
Power Supply Connections ............................................................................................... 3-4
Grounding .......................................................................................................................... 3-5
SDC30 Wiring ..................................................................................................................... 3-6
SDC31 Wiring ..................................................................................................................... 3-9
RS-485 Wiring .................................................................................................................. 3-12
Countermeasures Against Noise ..................................................................................... 3-13
SETTING THE SETUP ITEMS ............................................................... 4-1
4-1
4-2
4-3
4-4
Chapter 5
2-1
2-1
2-3
2-3
2-5
WIRING................................................................................................... 3-1
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6
3-7
3-8
3-9
Chapter 4
SDC30 External Dimensions ..............................................................................................
SDC30 Panel Cutout Sizes ................................................................................................
SDC31 External Dimensions ..............................................................................................
SDC31 Panel Cutout Dimensions ......................................................................................
Mounting ............................................................................................................................
Setup Operation .................................................................................................................
Setup Table ........................................................................................................................
Basic Operation for Setup .................................................................................................
Description on the Setup Items .........................................................................................
4-1
4-2
4-4
4-6
SETTING OF PARAMETERS ................................................................ 5-1
5-1
5-2
5-3
Parameters Table ............................................................................................................... 5-1
Basic Parameter Operation ............................................................................................... 5-3
Setting Parameters & Parameter Display Examples ......................................................... 5-4
5-4
Assigning a Parameter to the
5-5
5-6
5-7
Resetting a Parameter Assigned to the SP/EV Key ......................................................... 5-7
UF
Operation of Parameters Assigned ................................................................................... 5-8
Description on Parameters ................................................................................................ 5-9
Set point ............................................................................................................................. 5-9
PID constants ..................................................................................................................... 5-9
Upper and lower limits of manipulated variable ............................................................... 5-9
Manual reset .................................................................................................................... 5-10
Differential ........................................................................................................................ 5-10
External disturbance inhibit PID constants ..................................................................... 5-10
Event hysteresis ............................................................................................................... 5-10
PV filter ............................................................................................................................. 5-11
SP/EV
UF
Key ......................................................................... 5-6
PV bias ............................................................................................................................. 5-11
RSP bias ........................................................................................................................... 5-11
Time-proportional cycle ................................................................................................... 5-11
Manipulated variable rate-of-change limit ...................................................................... 5-12
Zone setting ..................................................................................................................... 5-12
Chapter 6 OPERATION........................................................................................... 6-1
6-1
6-2
6-3
6-4
6-5
6-6
6-7
6-8
6-9
6-10
6-11
6-12
6-13
Chapter 7
TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................... 7-1
7-1
7-2
7-3
Chapter 8
Alarms Indication ............................................................................................................... 7-1
Alarm Codes Table ............................................................................................................ 7-1
Other Troubles ................................................................................................................... 7-2
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................. 8-1
8-1
8-2
Chapter 9
Turning on the Power Supply ............................................................................................ 6-2
Outline of Key Operations ................................................................................................. 6-2
Indicating a PV ................................................................................................................... 6-5
Indicating an SP ................................................................................................................. 6-5
Indicating the Output Value ............................................................................................... 6-6
Indicating the Motor Valve Opening (position-proportional output) ................................. 6-7
Changing an SP (with single SP) ....................................................................................... 6-8
Selecting an SP and Changing Its Set Value (with multi SP) ............................................ 6-9
Changing the Set Value of Event ..................................................................................... 6-10
How to Change the AUTO/MANUAL Mode .................................................................... 6-12
How to Change the RUN/READY Mode .......................................................................... 6-13
How to Change the local SP (LSP)/remote SP (RSP) Mode ........................................... 6-14
How to Start/Stop Auto-tuning ......................................................................................... 6-15
Model Number Configuration ............................................................................................ 8-1
Specifications .................................................................................................................... 8-4
MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................... 9-1
APPENDICES ............................................................................................... Appendix-1
SDC 30/31 Setting Work Sheets ......................................................................................Appendix-2
Description of Terms and Abbreviations .......................................................................Appendix-15
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Chapter 1
Chapter 1
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF COMPONENT PARTS
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF COMPONENT PARTS
SDC30 (48 mm x 96 mm size)
PV
SP
3
No. 1 indicator
2
No. 2 indicator
5
DISP key
9
UP key
10
DOWN key
11
Loader connector
OUT
Mode LED
EV1 EV2 CLS OPN REM AT
DISP
4
1
Green belt
OK/READY
6
SP/EV/UF key
SP/EV
UF
7
MODE key
MODE
8
LOADER
ENT
ENT key
1
No.1 indicator:
Indicates a PV(Process Variable) and can also indicate
the contents of parameters, etc.
2
No.2 indicator:
Indicates an SP (Set Point) and can also indicate the numerics of parameters, etc.
3
Model LED
SP/OUT:
Indicates what is expressed in the No.2 indicator .
SP lit:
Indicates the SP.
OUT lit:
Indicates the MV (manipulated variable).
SP/OUT out:
Indicates the motor valve opening.
Or, indicates “SP ramp in operation” or “MANUAL
mode.”
SP flashes:
Indicates that SP ramp is in operation.
OUT flashes:
Indicates that the current mode is the MANUAL mode.
EV1 to EV2:
Lights when an event output is turned on.
CLS (2G only):
Lights when closed direction relay is ON.
OPN (2G only):
Lights when open direction relay is ON.
OT (other than 2G):
Lights when the relay output (0D) relay is ON, and goes
out when the relay is OFF.
Voltage output (6D) Flashes according to output duty.
Current output (5G) Lights normally.
1-1
Chapter 1
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF COMPONENT PARTS
SDC31 (96 mm x 96 mm size)
PV
SP
3
Mode LED
4
Green belt
1
No. 1 indicator
2
No. 2 indicator
5
DISP key
9
UP key
10
DOWN key
11
Loader connector
OUT
EV1 EV2 CLS OPN REM AT
DISPLAY
OK/READY
6
SP/EV/UF key
SP/EV
UF
7
MODE key
LOADER
MODE
8
ENT
ENT key
REM:
Lights when remote setting input (RSP) is selected.
AT:
Flashes during auto tuning operation.
Lights during overshoot suppression learning.
4
Green belt:
Lights when a difference (deviation) between PV (Process Variable) and SP (Set Point) is within a range preset
in setup item C43. Flashes in the READY mode.
5
DISP key:
Set the display to basic indication status.
Indicates a PV on the No.1 indicator and an SP on the
No.2 indicator. Determines the contents of the No.2 indicator.
6
SP/EV/UF key:
Selects the state by which SP, event and parameter settings registered to this key can be substituted.
7
MODE key:
Selects auto-tuning start/stop, AUTO/MANUAL, RUN/
READY and LSP/RSP mode change items.
8
ENT key:
Defined a changed numeric. Sets items such as displayed
parameters to a substitute (change) state.
9
UP
10
Down
11
Loader connector:
key:
key:
Increments numerics. Successively switches items such
as displayed parameters.
Decrements numerics. Successively switches items such
as displayed parameters.
This connector is used to connect the Handy Loader (optional).
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
Do not operate the console keys using a sharp-pointed object such as a propelling pencil or needle. Doing so might damage the console.
1-2
Chapter 2
Chapter 2
2-1
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
SDC30 External Dimensions
Hard dustproof cover set (optional)
(18)
81446082-001
15
100
Teminal cover set (optional)
81446088-001
Mounting bracket
81405411-001
48
PV
91.5 x 44.5
96
DISP
OK/READY
(106 x 56)
SP
OUT
SP/EV
UF
LOADER
MODE
ENT
Soft dustproof cover (optional)
81446086-001
SDC30 Panel Cutout Sizes
Panel cutout size (Recommended)
with vertical and horizontal mounting
Panel cutout size
92 +0.8
0
52 min. (59 min. with the hard dustproof cover)
92 +0.8
0
2-2
Unit: mm
45 +0.6
0
45 +0.6
0
Unit: mm
2-1
Chapter 2
INSTALLATION
111
Terminal screw M3.5
9.8
Unit: mm
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
When gang-mounting, make sure that the controller is used in an operating temperature of 40°C or below.
92
+0.8
0
Panel cutout size for closed mounting
(Recommendable sizes)
22.5
22.5
48 x (N -1)
(48 x N - 3)
N: No. of mounting units
Unit: mm
2-2
Chapter 2
2-3
INSTALLATION
SDC31 External Dimensions
Hard dustproof cover set (optional)
81446083-001
Terminal cover set (optional)
81446084-001
(18)
15
100
Mounting bracket
81405411-001
96
PV
OK/READY
91.5 x 44.5
96
DISPLAY
(106 x 56)
SP
OUT
SP/EV
UF
MODE
LOADER
ENT
Soft dustproof cover (optional)
81446087-001
2-4
Unit: mm
SDC31 Panel Cutout Dimensions
Panel cutout size (Recommended)
with vertical and horizontal mounting
Panel cutout size
99 min. (horizontal mounting)
+0.8
0
92
92
+0.8
0
(107 min. with the hard dustproof cover)
+0.8
92 0
+0.8
92 0
Unit: mm
2-3
Chapter 2
INSTALLATION
111
Terminal screw M3.5
54.8
Unit: mm
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
When gang-mounting, make sure that the controller is used in an operating temperature of 40°C or below.
92 0
+0.8
Panel cutout size for closed mounting
(Recommended sizes)
46
46
96.6 x (N-1)
(96.6 x N-4.6)
N: No. of mounting units
Unit: mm
2-4
Chapter 2
2-5
INSTALLATION
Mounting
CAUTION
Use the SDC30/31 within the operating ranges recommended in the specifications (temperature, humidity, voltage, vibration, shock, mounting direction, atmosphere, etc.). Doing so might cause fire or faulty operation.
Do not block ventilation holes.
Doing so might cause faulty operation.
■ Location of mounting
Mount the instrument at a location which satisfies the following conditions.
• Not subject to high or low temperatures, or high or low humidity.
• Free of corrosive gas (sulfide gas, etc.)
• Free of dust particles, soot, or the like.
• Not exposed to direct sunlight or the weather.
• Free of mechanical vibrations.
• Do not mount instrument near a high-tension line, a welder, or electrical noise generating sources.
• Make sure the instrument is more than 15 meters from a boiler or other high-voltage
ignition devices.
• The location should not be subject to a strong magnetic field.
• The location should not be subject to inflammable liquids or gases.
■ Mounting method
• Mount the instrument so that it does not tilt horizontally more than 10° (+ or -).
• Use a steel panel with a plate thickness of more than 2 mm.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
To fasten this controller onto the panel, tighten mounting bracket (supplied) screw,
and turn one more turn when there is no play between the bracket and panel.
Excessively tightening the screw may deform the controller case.
■ Dustproof Cover
Use the dustproof cover (option) when using the controller in a dusty or dirty location,
and to prevent inadvertent operation.
Two dustproof covers are provided, hard or soft, each with the following differing functions.
Type
Hard
Soft
Checking of Display
Operation
x
indicates that a function
can be used.
2-5
Chapter 2
INSTALLATION
Front
Panel
Mounting method (SDC31)
2-6
Chapter 3
Chapter 3
WIRING
WIRING
WARNING
Do not touch electrically charged parts such as the power terminals.
Doing so might cause electric shock.
CAUTION
Wire the SDC30/31 properly according to predetermined standards. Also
wire the SDC30/31 using designed power leads according to recognized
mounting methods.
Failure to do so might cause electric shock, fire or faulty operation.
Do not allow lead clippings, chips or water to enter this controller case.
Doing so might cause fire or faulty operation.
We recommend attaching the terminal cover (sold separately) after wiring
the SDC30/31.
Failure to do so might cause electric shock.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
• Before wiring the SDC30/31, check the controller catalog No. and terminal Nos.
on the label on the rear of the body. After wiring the SDC30/31, be sure to
check the wiring for any mistakes.
• Maintain a distance of at least 50 cm between I/O leads or communications
leads and power leads of 100V or more. Also, do not pass these leads through
the same piping or wiring duct.
Be sure to provide a switch within operator reach for shutting OFF the mains power
supply of this controller in the main supply wiring.
Also, In case of AC power supply models, the main supply wiring also requires a slowoperating type (T) fuse (rated current: 0.5 A, rated voltage: 250 V). (IEC127)
The following table shows the meaning of the symbols in the terminal wiring label on the
instrument side.
Symbol
~
Description
Alternating current
Direct current
Earth (ground) terminal
Caution, risk of electric shock
Caution
3-1
Chapter 3
3-1
WIRING
Cables
Connect thermocouple wires to the terminals in case of a thermocouple input.
When a thermocouple is connected to terminals, or wiring is extended, connect the wires
via a shielded compensating lead wire.
• For input/output other than thermocouples, use a shielded polyethylene insulated vinyl
shielded cable for instrumentation use conforming to JCS-364 or equivalent (generally
called twisted shielded cable for instrumentation use).
• A shielded multiconductor microphone cord (MVVS) may be used, if electromagnetic
induction noise are comparatively low.
3-2
Chapter 3
WIRING
Recommended twisted shielded cables
2 conductors
IPEV-S—0.9 mm2 x 1P
3 conductors
ITEV-S—0.9 mm2 x 1T
2 conductors
KPEV-S—0.9 mm2 x 1P
3 conductors
KTEV-S—0.9 mm2 x 1T
Fujikura Cable Co.
Hitachi Cable Co.
3-2
Terminal Connections
CAUTION
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 SDC30/31 as relay terminals.
Doing so might cause electric shock, fire or faulty operation.
We recommend attaching the terminal cover (sold separately) after wiring
the SDC30/31.
Failure to do so might cause electric shock.
Use a crimped style solderless terminal compatible with M3.5 screw.
7.4
Less than 7.3
Less than 6.6
Unit: mm
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
• When installing the SDC30/31 in locations subject to vibration or impact, be
sure to use round crimped terminals to prevent the lead from coming loose
from the terminal.
• When wiring with crimped terminals, take care to prevent contact with adjacent
terminals.
3-3
Chapter 3
3-3
WIRING
Terminal Arrangement
SDC30 (48 x 96)
SDC31 (96 x 96)
1
10
1
20
10
2
11
2
21
11
3
12
3
22
12
4
13
4
23
13
5
14
5
24
14
6
15
6
25
15
7
16
7
26
16
8
17
8
27
17
9
18
9
28
18
29
19
19
3-4
Power Supply Connections
WARNING
Before wiring, or removing/mounting the SDC30/31, be sure to turn
the power OFF. Failure to do so might cause electric shock.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
• Connect the SDC30/31 AC power supply models to a single-phase power supply for
instruments, and take measures to prevent the influence of electrical noise.
• Connect the SDC30/31 24V dc power supply models to a 24V dc ±10% power source.
• If the power supply generates a lot of electrical noise, we recommend inserting an
insulating transformer in the power circuit and using a line filter.
Recommended line filter:
Yamatake Corporation, catalog No. 81446364-001
• After providing anti-noise measures, do not bundle primary and secondary power leads
together, or pass them through the same piping or wiring duct.
[AC Power supply models]
Instrument
power supply
200/200 V
100/100 V
Insulation
transformer
Recommended product
81446364-001
Line filter
3
1
85 to 264V ac
50/60 Hz
SDC30/31
1
2
E
4
2
3
Grounding
Grounding
Other circuits
[24V dc Power supply models]
Instrument
power supply
200/200 V
100/100 V
Insulation
transformer
Recommended product
81446364-001
24V dc ±10%
Line filter
1
AC
50/60 Hz
3
E
2
4
DC
Power
Supply
Other circuits
Reducing electrical noise
3-4
1
2
3
Grounding
Other circuits
SDC20/21
Grounding
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Grounding
CAUTION
Before connecting the SDC30/31 to the measurement target or external control circuits, make sure that the FG terminal is properly
grounded (100 Ω max.).
Failure to do so might cause an electric shock or fire.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
• Use only the FG terminals 3 and
ground across other terminals.
4
on the SDC30/31 for grounding. Do not
• When it is difficult to ground shielded cable, prepare a separate ground terminal (earth bar).
Ground type:
100 Ω max.
Ground cable:
2 mm2 min soft-copper wire (AWG14)
Cable length:
Max. 20 m
3
FG terminal
4
Grounding terminal board
To 100 Ω min. earth
Shield
Terminals
3
and
4
are isolated internally.
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SDC30 Wiring
CAUTION
Use the relays on the SDC30/31 within the service life listed in the specifications.
Continued use of the relays after the recommended service life might cause
fire or faulty operation.
Inputs to the current input terminals 6 and 8 on the SDC30/31 should be
within the current and voltage ranges listed in the specifications.
Doing so might cause fire or faulty operation.
Instrument Power Supply
1
10
AC Power supply models
2
11
3
12
4
13
11
5
14
12
6
15
7
16
+
8
17
–
9
18
1
85 to 264V ac
50/60 Hz
2
24V dc Power supply models
1
24V dc ±10%
2
Control output
0D: Relay output
6D: Voltage output
19
PV input
Platinum resistance
thermometer
Thermocouple
6
6
7
7
C
B
8
+
9
Current
Voltage
6
7
8
+
9
3-6
+
mA
7
–
V
8
9
11
+
SSR,
etc.
–
5G: Current output
+
10
–
11
+
Load
–
4 to 20 mA
10
2 Open
M6284
11
3
M904
12
1 Closed
13
Y Open
14
T
15
G Closed
A
9
6
10
2G: Relay output for M/M drive
–
8
Load
10
–
In the case of 100 or 200V ac
motor power supplies, use an
auxiliary relay.
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Options (additional functions)
Event Output EV1
0D, 6D, 5G
EV1
13
1
Load
14
15
2G
16
EV2
1
EV1
1
EV2
1
Load
Load
17
18
Load
Remarks
001
002
003
004
041
402
406
502
506
001
002
(407)
(507)
External Switch Input (1 input)
5
Common
1
RSW
19
Remarks
002
004
402
502
1 OFF voltage: 5 ±1 V,
ON current: 5 ±2 mA
Internal circuit
5V
5
1 EV2 is not provided with SPST relay
contact 250V ac 5 A resistance load
additional functions 407, 507.
External Switch Input (4 inputs)
Auxiliary Output
Additional function 004
5
Common
003
1
RSW1
1
RSW2
16
17
1
18
1
19
RSW3
RSW4
1 OFF voltage: 5 ±1 V,
ON current: 5 ±2 mA
+ 16
1
– 17
+
Receiver
–
004
406
506
Additional function 406, 506
+ 18
– 19
1
+
Receiver
–
1 4 to 20 mA dc,
load resistance 750 Ω max.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
• Current output (5G) and auxiliary output, and voltage output (6D) and auxiliary
output are not isolated. Provide isolation if necessary. For details, see 8-2 Specifications, I/O Isolation.
• The SDC30/31 series can be connected in parallel with models in the same
series or models in the SDC20/21 series.
When connecting in parallel with other controllers, thoroughly check the conditions of the other controller before configuring the control system.
The SDC30/31 series cannot be connected in parallel with the SDC40 and
DCP30 series.
• Be sure to use no-voltage contacts for external contacts, and to use those contacts for small-current (if external contacts are available).
• When the load on the voltage output (6D) is an SSR, check the SSR specifications before determining the number of SSRs that can be connected.
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Options (additional functions)
Remote setting input
4 to 20 mA input
402
406
16
17
1 to 5V input
16
502
506
17
RS-485
Remarks
Remarks
Master station
SDA
RDA
16
040
17 SDB RDB
041
18
RDA SDA
19
RDB SDB
5
SG
SG
4 to 20 mA input
18
407
19
1 to 5V input
18
507
19
For a more detailed description of RS-485 wiring, see 3-8 RS-485 Wiring.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
• When the auxiliary output of this controller is input into an A/D converter or an
analog scanner, variances in read-out data occurs, according to the device
which is used in combination, causing inconvenience.
• Especially in the case of combination with a successive approximation type
high speed A/D converter.
Therefore, combination with a low speed integration type A/D converter is highly
recommended. Be sure to confirm the operation in advance by carrying out a
combination test before actual use. Should variation trouble occur,the following countermeasures will be effective:
(1) Provide an isolator having no switching power supply between this controller and the device to be used in combination
(2) Provide a film capacitor of 0.01uF to 0.1uF between the input terminal of
the device to be used in combination and the earth (Use a capacitor of
rated voltage 250V min.).
(3) Make an averaging process by a personal computer at data read-out.
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SDC31 Wiring
CAUTION
Use the relays on the SDC30/31 within the service life listed in the specifications.
Continued use of the relays after the recommended service life might cause
fire or faulty operation.
Inputs to the current input terminals 6 and 8 on the SDC30/31 should be
within the current and voltage ranges listed in the specifications.
Doing so might cause fire or faulty operation.
Instrument Power Supply
1
20 10
AC Power supply models
2
21 11
Control output
0D: Relay output
3
2
4
23 13
11
24V dc Power supply models
5
24 14
12
1
6
25 15
7
26 16
8
27 17
+
10
9
28 18
–
11
24V dc ±10%
2
FG
Load
10
1
85 to 264V ac
50/60 Hz
22 12
6D: Voltage output
SSR,
etc.
29 19
5G: Current output
PV input
Platinum resistance
thermometer
Thermocouple
6
6
7
7
8
9
–
B
A
Current
Voltage
7
+
6
–
7
8
9
+
V
8
9
–
11
+
Load
–
4 to 20 mA
C
9
6
10
2G: Relay output for M/M drive
8
+
+
–
10
2 Open M6284
11
3
12
1 Closed
13
Y Open
14
T
15
G Closed
M904
mA
In the case of 100 or 200V ac
motor power supplies, use an
auxiliary relay.
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Options (additional functions)
Event Output
0D, 6D, 5G
1
EV1
13
Load
14
15
2G
16
EV2
1
EV1
1
EV2
1
EV1
1
EV2
1
Load
Load
17
18
External Switch
Remarks
001
003
005
045
(405)
(446)
(546)
(Note)
001
003
005
1
RSW1
1
RSW2
1
RSW3
1
RSW4
25
26
27
28
29
Remarks
003
005
045
405
505
(Note)
1 OFF voltage: 5 ±1 V,
ON current: 5 ±2 mA
Load
Internal circuit
2G
20
Load
21
22
Load
1 SPST relay contact 250V ac,
5 A resistance load
045
405
446
505
546
Auxiliary Output
+ 23
– 24
1
+
Receiver
–
1 4 to 20 mA dc, load resistance
750 Ω max.
5V
29
Remote Setting Input
0D, 6D, 5G (4 to 20 mA)
005
045
405
446
505
546
16
17
405
446
(Note)
0D, 6D, 5G (1 to 5 V)
16
17
505
546
(Note)
2G (4 to 20 mA)
18
19
405
446
2G (1 to 5 V)
18
19
(Note) 405, 446, 505 and 546 cannot be selected on 6D output models.
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505
546
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Options (additional functions)
RS-485
Remarks
Master station
25 SDA RDA
26
SDB RDB
27 RDA SDA
28 RDB SDB
29
SG
SG
RS-485
Remarks
Master station
16 SDA RDA
SDB RDB
446
17
546
18 RDA SDA
19
5
045
RDB SDB
SG
SG
For a more detailed description of RS-485 wiring, see 3-8 RS-485 Wiring.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
• Current output (5G) and auxiliary output, and voltage output (6D) and auxiliary
output are not isolated. Provide isolation if necessary. For details, see 8-2 Specifications, I/O Isolation.
• The SDC30/31 series can be connected in parallel with models in the same
series or models in the SDC20/21 series.
When connecting in parallel with other controllers, thoroughly check the conditions of the other controller before configuring the control system.
The SDC30/31 series cannot be connected in parallel with the SDC40 and
DCP30 series.
• Be sure to use no-voltage contacts for external contacts, and to use those
contacts for small-current (if external contacts are available).
• When the load on the voltage output (6D) is an SSR, check the SSR specifications before determining the number of SSRs that can be connected.
• When the auxiliary output of this controller is input into an A/D converter or an
analog scanner, variances in read-out data occurs, according to the device
which is used in combination, causing inconvenience.
• Especially in the case of combination with a successive approximation type
high speed A/D converter.
Therefore, combination with a low speed integration type A/D converter is highly
recommended. Be sure to confirm the operation in advance by carrying out a
combination test before actual use. Should variation trouble occur,the following countermeasures will be effective:
(1) Provide an isolator having no switching power supply between this controller and the device to be used in combination
(2) Provide a film capacitor of 0.01uF to 0.1uF between the input terminal of
the device to be used in combination and the earth (Use a capacitor of
rated voltage 250V min.).
(3) Make an averaging process by a personal computer at data read-out.
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RS-485 Wiring
SDC (Slave station side)
SDA
SDB
RDA
RDB
SG
FG
Connect a terminating resistor in the
master station and the farthest slave
station. Use a resistor of 150 Ω, 1/2W
or over.
Do not assign the SDC30/31 to the
same address as the other instruments connected to the same RS-485
communication line (excluding address 0).
Shield
Master station side
RDA
RDB
SDA
SDB
SG
FG
Shield
SDC (Slave station side)
SDA
SDB
RDA
RDB
SG
FG
Shield
SDC (Slave station side)
SDA
SDB
RDA
RDB
SG
FG
3-12
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
Be careful not to short terminals
across SDA and SDB or across RDA
and RDB, otherwise this instrument
may malfunction.
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Countermeasures Against Noise
CAUTION
Use Yamatake Corporation’s SurgeNon if there is the risk of power surges
caused by lightning.
Failure to do might cause fire or faulty operation.
The following noise generation sources are the most common.
1
Relay and contacts
2
Solenoid coils and solenoid valves
3
Power line (higher than 100V ac, in particular)
4
Inductive load
5
Motor commutator
6
Phase angle control SCR
7
Radio communication equipment
8
Welding machine
9
High-voltage ignition devices
The following methods are effective as countermeasures against noise.
1
A CR filter is effective for quick-rising noises such as impulse noise.
Recommended CR filter
Yamatake Corporation
2
Model No. 81446365-001
A variator is effective for noises with high crest values.
Recommended variator
Yamatake Corporation
Model No. 81446366-001 (for 100V)
81446367-001 (for 200V)
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
Be careful when using varistors as they may short-circuit if the controller malfunctions.
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Chapter 4
SETTING THE SETUP ITEMS
SETTING THE SETUP ITEMS
This chapter provides descriptions on the setup items required for the instrument built in
an equipment for the first time to be put in operating states.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
• It is necessary to set the operating conditions such as the input range and
control action according to how to use the equipment, before operating the
instrument. This is called a setup.
If the instrument has already been built in and its setup has been completed,
this chapter may be skipped.
• When using a 2G model, adjust the motor position (setup item C36).
2G models do not operate normally in their shipped state.
• When the motor hunts on a 2G model, carry out the following:
- Re-adjust the motor position. (External causes sometimes prevent the correct adjustment value from being obtained.)
- Increase the dead zone (setup item C34). (The standard value is 10.0%. If
the dead zone is set to a smaller value, revert the value to 10.0%.)
- Re-adjust PID. (If the adjustment is out, output will change unnecessarily,
causing the motor to hunt.)
4-1
Setup Operation
Before starting the setup, check the items and set values, which are necessary for the
equipment to be used, in accordance with the setup items table.
Determine the setup values in advance, using the “Setting Work Sheets" at the end of this
manual as an appendix.
• To execute the setup, place this instrument in the basic indication states.
The basic indication states means such that the No.1 indicator shows a PV, and No.2
indicator shows an SR, OUT or a heater current value.
If the instrument is not in the basic indication states, press the DISP key.
• There are 51 setup items from C01 to C51 (including missing numbers).
Among these items, set the necessary items only. Some items may use the initial values
as they are.
• If there is no relevant item due to a special model, this Item No. is not indicated, but
skipped.
Setup item C51 is used for factory adjustment.
After C51, C01 follows.
4-1
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4-2
SETTING THE SETUP ITEMS
Setup Table
Setup item
Indication
Action
Reference
page
Key lock
C 0 1
Sets whether or not key operation is enabled.
4-6
Temperature unit
C02
Selects °C or °F.
4-6
Control action
C03
Determines the direction of control action.
4-6
Type of PV input range
C04
Determines the type and range of a PV input.
4-6
Decimal point position
C05
Determines the decimal point position in PV, SP indication.
4-8
PV range lower-limit
C06
Determines the PV input range.
4-8
PV range high-limit
C07
Determines the PV input range.
4-8
SP setting system
C08
Sets either single SP or multi SP.
4-8
Lower-limit of SP
C09
Determines an SP setting range.
4-9
Upper-limit or SP
C 1 0
Determines an SP setting range.
4-9
Selection of control output
in case of PV abnormal
C 1 1
Selects the type of output when a PV input is abnormal.
4-9
Setting of control output at
READY and PV abnormal
C 1 2
Determines the control output at READY or PV abnormal.
4-9
Manual initial control output selection
C 1 3
Determines bump-less or preset when the mode is changed
from AUTO to MANUAL.
4-10
Preset manual value
C 1 4
Determines the control output when the mode is changed from
AUTO to MANUAL by preset.
4-10
Initial manipulated variable in PID operation
C 1 5
Determines the initial manipulated variable in PID operation
when the power is turned ON, when auto-tuning ends or when
the mode is switched from READY to RUN.
4-10
PID operation initialize
C 1 6
Selects how to initialize PID operation when the SP value is
changed.
4-10
Zone PID operation
C 1 7
Determines zone PID ON/OFF.
4-11
Control method selection
C 1 8
Selects the function for inhibiting over-shoot during control.
4-11
Independent 2-degrees of
freedom PID operation selection
C 1 9
Determines independent 2-degrees of freedom PID ON/OFF.
4-13
Neural network auto-tuning operation selection
C20
Determines neural network auto-tuning ON/OFF.
4-13
Event 1 type
C 2 1
Determines the type of event 1.
4-14
Event 1 standby operation
selection
C22
Determines event output 1 standby operation ON/OFF.
4-16
Event 2 type
C23
Determines the type of event 2.
4-14
Event 2 standby operation
selection
C24
Determines event output 2 standby operation ON/OFF.
4-16
Event operation at READY
C25
Determines the event operation at READY.
4-17
Number of SPs selectable
by external switch input
C26
Selects the number of LSPs that can be selected by the remote switch.
4-17
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Chapter 4
SETTING THE SETUP ITEMS
Action
Reference
page
Setup item
Indication
External switch input 1
function
C27
Determines the function of external switch input 1.
4-18
External switch input 2
function
C28
Determines the function of external switch input 2.
4-18
External switch input 3
function
C29
Determines the function of external switch input 3.
4-18
External switch input 4
function
C30
Determines the function of external switch input 4.
4-18
Communication address
C 3 1
Determines the communication address.
4-18
Transmission speed
C32
Determines the communication speed.
4-18
Communication code
C33
Determines the type of communication code.
4-18
Dead zone
C34
Determines the dead zone in position-proportional output.
4-19
Modular control motor
control method selection
C35
Selects the control method of the modular control motor.
4-19
Modular control motor
start of automatic adjustment
C36
Starts adjustment of the modular control motor.
4-20
Modular control motor fully
closed adjusted value
C37
Determines the adjusted value at the fully closed position of
the the modular control motor.
4-20
Modular control motor fully
open adjusted value
C38
Determines the adjusted value at the fully open position of the
the modular control motor.
4-20
Modular control motor fully
open/closed time
C39
Determines the time from the fully closed to the fully open
position of the modular control motor.
4-21
SP ramp up gradient
C40
Determines the up gradient of the SP ramp.
4-21
SP ramp down gradient
C 4 1
Determines the down gradient of the SP ramp.
4-21
SP ramp time unit selection
C42
Determines the time unit of SP ramp.
4-22
Green belt
C43
The green belt lights when this value is lower than a specified
value.
4-22
Auxiliary output type
C44
Determines the type of auxiliary output.
4-23
Value of signal source at
4 mA auxiliary output
C45
Determines the value at which the auxiliary value becomes
4 mA.
4-23
Value of signal source at
20 mA auxiliary output
C46
Determines the value at which the auxiliary value becomes
20 mA.
4-23
RSP value at 0% input
C47
Determines the SP value corresponding to RSP0% (4 mA,
1 V).
4-23
RSP value at 100% input
C48
Determines the SP value corresponding to RSP100% (20 mA,
5 V).
4-24
Cold junction compensation operation selection
C49
Determines cold junction compensation ON/OFF.
4-24
Zener barrier adjustment
C50
Corrects dispersion in Zener barrier resistance value.
4-24
Adjustment code
C 5 1
4-25
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Chapter 4
4-3
SETTING THE SETUP ITEMS
Basic Operation for Setup
In this instruction manual, the purpose of operation and the operation procedure are given
on the left side of page, and the result of operation and the states indicated on the instrument are given on the right side.
The basic operation for set up is as follows;
Operation Procedure
DISP
1
To set to basic
indication status
Press the
key.
SP
OUT
Note) This procedure is not required
when the basic indication is already given.
2
To indicate the setup
item seconds.
A PV set value at that
time is indicated.
The set value of that
item is indicated.
Continuously, press the
ENT key and
keys
together for 3 seconds.
SP
C
0 1
The set value of that
item is indicated.
OUT
3
4
5
6
To change the set value
To change the set value
To define the changed
numeric
To transfer to the next
setup item
(Jump to step 6 in
otherwise case), press
the ENT key.
C
SP
OUT
Change the numeric,
using the
key or
key.
C
SP
OUT
7
To change the numeric
Repeat steps
3 → 4 → 5 →
02
Does not flash.
C02 is indicated in
this case.
0
OUT
Note) To reset to the preceding setup item, press the
Keeps flashing.
0 1
1
C
The numeric flashes.
0 1
1
C
After making sure that the
numeric does not flash,
press the
key.
SP
0 1
0
SP
OUT
Press the ENT key.
→ Flashing stops and the
set value is defined.
C01 is indicated.
key.
6
Note) Not to change the numeric, press the
key to transfer to the next setup.
DISP
8
To reset to basic
indication status.
Press the
key.
SP
OUT
4-4
A PV numeric is
indicated.
An SP numeric is
indicated.
Chapter 4
NOTE
SETTING THE SETUP ITEMS
This is a convenient function to be memorized.
How to use the up
key or down
key.
To change the set values of the indicator, use these key.
When the up
key is pressed once, the numeric is incremented by one. When the
down
key is pressed once, the numeric is decremented by one.
When the up
key or down
key is pressed continuously, the numeric in the
indicator is continuously incremented or decremented, and more over the changing speed
is accelerated gradually.
When this function is used effectively, the set value can be changed greatly and conveniently.
An example is given below.
(Example)
To change the numeric from 500 to 1000.
500
At first
Press the
key continuously.
Release holding from the
a little before 1000.
Press the
continuously.
key
key again
Release holding from the
immediately before 1000.
key
Press the
key, for example,
three times, or for a while.
506
The numeric begins to increase.
9 72
The numeric stops a little
before 1000.
9 78
The numeric begins to increase.
997
The numeric stops immediately
before 1000.
10 0 0
The numeric stops at 1000.
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Chapter 4
4-4
SETTING THE SETUP ITEMS
Description on the Setup Items
Setup of C01 (key lock)
This setup item prevents a set numeric from being changed, although it can be indicated.
The operating conditions are prevented from being changed by an operational error or
unnecessary key operation.
0: Operation possible (key lock canceled)
1: Setup items excluding run parameters and this item (C01) cannot be changed.
2: Setup items excluding run parameters and this item (C01), and event set values cannot be changed.
3: All set values excluding this item (C01) cannot be set.
Setup of C02 (temperature unit)
This setup selects °C or °F as temperature unit.
0: °C
1: °F
Check items
• After changing the temperature unit, check if C06, C07 (upper and lower limits of PV
input range), C05 (decimal point position),C09, C10 (upper and lower limits of SP
limit), event set values and SP set value are correct.
• When selection is done, the upper and lower limits of a PV input range, and the upper
and lower limits of an SP range are changed into the full spans.
Setup of C03 (control action)
This setup determines the directions of control action. When the output increases as a PV
increases, the control action is called a direct action, and the otherwise control action is
called a reverse action.
0: Reverse action
1: Direct action
Check items
Be careful about the relation to the controlled system.
Generally, select the reverse action for heating control, and the direct action for cooling
control.
Setup of C04 (type of PV input range)
This setup determines the type of a PV input and the reference temperature range.
Set a desired number in accordance with the input ranges table.
Check items
After changing the input range, check if the upper and lower limits of a PV input range,
decimal point position, the upper and lower limits of an SP limit, SP set value and event
set values are correct.
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SETTING THE SETUP ITEMS
Input Ranges Table
°C range
°F range
Assured
Precision Range
0 to 1200
0 to 2200
3/4
0.0 to 800.0
0 to 1400
3/4
03
-200.0 to +400.0*
-300 to +700
3/4
04
0 to 1200
0 to 2000
1/2
0.0 to 800.0
0 to 1400
3/4
-200.0 to +400.0*
-300 to +700
1/2
C04
No.
Type
01
02
05
K
J
06
07
E
0.0 to 800.0
0 to 1400
3/5
08
T
-200.0 to +400.0*
-300 to +700
1/2
09
R
0 to 1600
0 to 3000
1/2
10
S
0 to 1600
0 to 3000
3/5
11
B
0 to 1800
0 to 3200
3/4
12
N
0 to 1300
32 to 2372
3/4
13
PLII
0 to 1300
32 to 2372
3/4
14
Wre5-26
0 to 2300
0 to 4000
3/5
15
Wre0-26
0 to 2300
0 to 4000
3/5
16
Ni-Mo
0 to 1300
32 to 2372
1/2
17
DIN U
-200.0 to +400.0*
-300 to +700
1/2
18
DIN L
0.0 to 800.0
0 to 1400
3/4
20
JIS
-200.0 to +500.0*
-300 to +700
1/2
21
Pt 100
-100.0 to +200.0
-150.0 to +400.0
1/2
30
JIS
-200.0 to +500.0*
-300 to +700
1/2
31
JPt 100
-100.0 to +200.0
-150.0 to +400.0
1/2
40
4 to 20 mA
41
0 to 20 mA
45
1 to 5V
46
0 to 5V
50
0 to 10 mV
51
0 to 100 mV
52
-10 to +10 mV
Scaling and decimal point position are
variable within a range of -1999 to 9999.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
• In the case of type B thermocouples, there are no accuracy restrictions at 260°C
(500°F) or less due to the characteristics of B thermocouples.
This is not displayed when the temperature is less than 20° (°C display) or less
than 68°F (°F display.)
Check items
In the ranges with decimal point indication, indication can be performed to one decimal
point. Although -200.0 cannot be indicated, the action is normal.
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Setup of C05 (decimal point position)
This setup determines whether a decimal point is added to the PV indication and SP
indication. With the temperature input, the range shown with a decimal point in the input
ranges table can be set to one decimal digit.
A decimal point can be added to any position with a linear input.
0: With no decimal point
1888
1: One decimal digit is indicated.
188.8
2: Two decimal digits are indicated.
18.88
3: Three decimal digits are indicated.
1.888
Check items
• This setup is disabled, depending upon the contents of setup of C04. See the Check
items on page 4-6.
• When changing the decimal point position, check if the upper and lower limits of the
input range, the SP set value, the upper and lower limits of the SP limit, event set
values, event hysteresis, and SP ramp are correct.
Setup of C06 (lower limit of PV input range)
Setup of C07 (upper limit of PV input range)
With the temperature input, the PV input range can be narrowed.
For example, the reference temperature range of 0.0 to 800.0°C can be narrowed to 0.0 to
500.0°C in No.02 (input type K) of the input ranges table. In such a case, set the lower
limit to 0°C, and the upper limit to 500°C.
With the linear input, desired numerics can be assigned to 0% and 100%.
For example, 4 mA can be assigned to 0 and 20 mA to 1000 in case of 4 to 20 mA input.
In this case set the lower limit to 0 and the upper limit to 1000.
Check items
• With the temperature input, the input range can be setup to:
“Upper limit value — Lower limit value ≥ Reference temperature range/4 "
• When changing the upper and lower limits of the PV input range, check if the upper
and lower limits of the SP limit, SP set value and event set values are correct.
• When the upper and lower limits of the PV input range has been changed, the PID
constant is dependent on the newly changed range. Carry out tuning again.
Setup of C08 (SP setting system)
This setup selects either single SP or multi SP.
0:
Single SP
1 to 7: Multi SP
Check items
With multi SP, this set value becomes the maximum SP (PID group) No. that can be set.
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Setup of C09 (lower limit of SP limit)
Setup of C10 (upper limit of SP limit)
This setup restricts the setup and indication of SP.
Check items
• Be sure to check C09 and C10 after C04, C06 and CO7 have been changed.
• This setup cannot be done out of the range of C06 and C07. However, when C09 and
C10 are set earlier, C06 and C07 may be set to values smaller than the limit values.
Setup of C11 (selection of control output in case of PV abnormal)
This setup item selects whether PID operation results are used or the C12 set value is
used when a PV input error (AL01, AL02), cold junction compensation error or RTD
input C line input error (AL03), or RSP input error (AL05, AL06) occurs.
0: Normal PID operation value are output in over-range
1: The closed relay continues to stay ON in over-range (when C35=2 on 2G models).
The set value of C12 is output in over-range (in other cases).
2: The open relay continues to stay ON in over-range (when C35=2 on 2G models).
Check items
When C35 is set to 2 (inferred position control) on a 2G model, the above operations will
be carried out when an input error occurs or in the READY mode regardless of the set
value of C12.
Setup of C12 (setting of control output at READY and PV abnormal)
This setup item sets the output value at READY or when a PV input error occurs.
The unit is %.
0 to 100%
0D, 6D, 2G
-10 to +110% 5G
Check items
PV input error” refers to when one of alarms AL01, AL02, AL03, AL05 and AL06 is
output.
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Setup of C13 (manual initial control output selection)
This setup item selects the initial control output when the AUTO mode is changed to the
MANUAL mode. By the “bumpless” setting, the PID operation results before the mode
was changed are output, and by the “preset” setting the set value of C14 is output. Control output is bumpless when the MANUAL mode is changed to the AUTO mode.
0: Bumpless
1: Preset
Check items
• When the power is turned ON again in the MANUAL mode, the set value of C14 is
output regardless of this setting.
• When C35 is set to 2 (feedback OFF) on a 2G model, control output will be bumpless
regardless of this setting.
Setup of C14 (preset manual value)
This setup item sets the initial manipulated variable when the AUTO mode is changed to
the MANUAL mode.
0 to 100%
0D, 6D, 2G
-10 to +110% 5G
Check item
This setup item is valid only when C35 is set to 0 to 1 on 2G models. Preset manual will
not operate when C35 is set to 2 (motor feedback OFF).
Setup of C15 (initial manipulated variable in PID operation)
This setup item starts PID operation from this set value in the following instances:
The default can be used as it is at all times. When auto-tuning ends, initialization to set
this value as the initial manipulated variable is carried out.
• When READY changes to RUN in the AUTO mode
• When the power is turned ON in AUTO and RUN modes
0 to 100%
Setup of C16 (PID operation initialize)
This setup item determines whether or not to initialize PID operation to prevent the manipulated variable from being swelling when the SP value is changed.
0: Auto
PID operation is not initialized after the PV has stabilized with the absolute
value of deviation before the SP change within 2% FS. PID operation is initialized is carried out in all other cases.
1: Initialization when RSP and LSP are switched after the SP is changed
PID operation is initialized when the currently executing SP value or SP group
is changed or when the RSP/LSP mode is changed.
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2: Not initialized
PID is not initialized in all cases.
Setup of C17 (zone PID operation)
This setup item selects whether or not to used zone PID.
0: Not used
1: Used
Check items
• When “Used” is set, set the run parameter Z
O n E.
• For details, see Zone Setting on page 5-12.
Setup of C18 (control system selection)
This setup item selects the function for suppressing overshoot during control action.
0: Normal PID
1: Overshoot relaxation
Overshoot can be suppressed by a certain amount.
The suppression strength is fixed. However, this setting is effective on numerous control targets.
2: Learning function status
The optimum suppression strength is learned according to the control target.
3 : Fixed learning status
The optimum suppression strength obtained by learning is fixed.
Check items
• In the initial control action, operate the controller with C18 set to 0, and check overshoot states.
When there is an overshoot, set C18 to 1, and check that overshoot is of a satisfactory
value during control action. If the value is satisfactory, learning ends as it is.
If the value is not satisfactory, set C18 to 2, and execute learning by repetitive control.
Repeat learning until satisfactory results are obtained. When the results of learning are
satisfactory, set C18 to 3 to fix the results of learning to end learning.
• C18 is set to 3 when neural network auto-tuning ends.
• Change the SP between the same SPs at all times
If the SP is changed using a different SP, the learning results obtained so far will be
canceled, and learning will resume from the previous learning results.
• This function does not work in the RSP mode.
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PV
Overshoot
SP
Time
Set PID constants by
AT or manually.
Check whether there
is no hunting in usual
PID control.
Control with C18 = 1.
When unsatisfactory, execute
learning control
with C18 = 2.
If hunting is found or
control action is abnormal, make readjustment.
Control action by fixing
the overshoot suppression strength with C18 = 3.
After the overshoot level
becomes a satisfactory
value, terminate learning.
When there is hunting,
make readjustment.
Control action while
executing learning.
Change the SP within
the same SP at all times
Learning Control Application Concept Diagram
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Setup of C19 (independent 2-degrees of freedom PID operation selection)
This setup item selects whether or not to use independent 2-degrees of freedom PID that
operates based upon fuzzy inference.
0: Not used (normal PID control)
1: Used
Check items
• When independent 2-degrees of freedom PID is used, the ideal PID constant (Pid) for
when the set value is changed and the ideal PID constant (dIS) for response to external
disturbance can be set independently, and are set switched smoothly by fuzzy inference matched to the control status. When independent 2-degrees of freedom PID is not
used, control is carried out using the normal PID constant (PId).
dIS
PV
SP
Smooth transition afforded
by fuzzy logic
PID
Time
• Both PID constants PId and dIS are automatically set by auto-tuning. They can also be
set or changed by the front panel keys or by communications.
• The PId and dIS switching points cannot be set manually.
Setup of C20 (neural network auto-tuning operation selection)
This setup item selects whether or not to use neural network auto-tuning (NNAT).
0: Used
1: Not used (normal auto-tuning)
Check items
When neural network auto-tuning is used, the ideal PID constant and overshoot control coefficient is found for the control target.
Off-line learning
PID for startup
Independent
2-degrees
of freedom calculation
PID control
Overshoot inhibit
coefficient
Neural
Network
Assignment
PID
calculated
by autotuning
Manipulated
variable
PID for external
disturbance
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Setup of C21 (event 1 type) and C23 (event 2 type)
These setups select the type of action of events 1 and 2. To set these setups, set the event
codes in the table below.
Event Codes Table
PV: Process value
SP: Setpoint
EV: Event set value
HYS: Hysteresis set value
dL: ON delay time
Code
0
Types of event
Event OFF
Deviation
Action
Remarks
No event operation
EV, HYS and dL cannot
be set.
ON
Direct action
OFF
1
PV
HYS
SP + EV
Deviation
Reverse action
ON
OFF
2
PV
HYS
SP + EV
PV
ON
Direct action
OFF
3
PV
HYS
EV
PV
Reverse action
ON
OFF
4
PV
HYS
EV
Absolute value deviation
Direct action
ON
ON
OFF
5
PV
HYS
EV
HYS
EV
SP
ON
Absolute value deviation
Reverse action
6
OFF
OFF
HYS
EV EV
SP
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HYS
PV
Chapter 4
Code
Types of event
SP
SETTING THE SETUP ITEMS
Action
Remarks
ON
Direct action
OFF
7
SP
HYS
EV
SP
Reverse action
ON
OFF
8
SP
HYS
EV
MV
ON
Direct action
OFF
9
MV
HYS
EV
MV
Reverse action
ON
OFF
10
MV
HYS
EV
ON
Motor feedback
Direct action
OFF
11
HYS
EV
Motor value
opening
ON
Motor feedback
Reverse action
OFF
12
HYS
EV
Control loop diagnosis
MV
EV
dL
PV
HYS
13
If PV does not rise by the
hysteresis value or more
when the ON delay time
has elapsed since the
MV exceeds the event
setting, the event will be
turned ON.
ON
OFF
OFF
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Types of event
Action
Remarks
Timer (sec.)
HYS and dL cannot be
set.
ON
EV
14
OFF
External
switch
input
Timer (min)
Open
OFF
Close
Open
15
Direct action
ON when alarm (AL01, 02, 03, 05, 06, 07)
occurs.
EV and HYS cannot be
set.
Reverse action
OFF when alarm (AL01, 02, 03, 05, 06, 07)
occurs.
EV and HYS cannot be
set.
ON when motor feedback inferred value is
being used
EV, HYS and dL cannot
be set.
Alarm
16
Alarm
17
Execution at inferred position
18
Setup of C22 (event 1 standby operation selection) and C24
(event 2 standby operation selection)
This setup item selects ON/OFF of the standby sequences of event outputs 1 and 2.
0: Standby OFF
1: Standby ON
Check items
• When “standby ON” is set (excluding timer, alarm, execution at inferred position events,
and event OFF), the event output will turn off in the READY mode. When the READY
mode changes to the RUN mode, or if the power is turned ON in the RUN mode, the
event will not turn on even if the event ON conditions are satisfied, and the event will
turn ON after the event OFF conditions are satisfied.
• When “standby ON” is set by the timer event, the timer counter is reset in the READY
mode.
• When “standby ON” is set in the alarm or execution at inferred position events, event
output is turned off in the READY mode, and the event is turned on if the event ON
conditions are satisfied when the READY mode is changed to the RUN mode.
• “Standby ON” can be set even when event is set to OFF. This will pose no particular
problems in terms of operation.
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Setup of C25 (event operation at READY)
This setup item selects whether to operate the event or to turn the controller OFF without
operating the event at READY.
0: Event operation
1: No event operation
Check items
• This setup item functions for both event outputs 1 and 2.
• When “standby ON” set, the event is turned off in the READY mode regardless of the
set value of this setup item.
• When “no event operation” is selected in a timer event (standby OFF), the timer counter
will stop in the READY mode, and in the RUN mode the count will be started from the
value active before the counter was stopped.
Setup of C26 (number of SPs selectable by external switch
input)
This setup item sets the number of SPs that can be set by external switch input.
The set ranges of this setup item are restricted by the setting range of C08 as shown in the
table below.
C08 Setting
C26 Setting
External Switch Input States
RSW2
RSW1
—
SP0
OFF
SP0
ON
SP1
0 to 7
0
—
—
1 to 7
2
—
—
3 to 7
7
4
8
Selected SP
RSW3
—
OFF
OFF
SP0
OFF
ON
SP1
ON
OFF
SP2
ON
ON
SP3
OFF
OFF
OFF
SP0
OFF
OFF
ON
SP1
OFF
ON
OFF
SP2
OFF
ON
ON
SP3
ON
OFF
OFF
SP4
ON
OFF
ON
SP5
ON
ON
OFF
SP6
ON
ON
ON
SP7
—: Regardless of SP selection
Check items
• The SP No. can be selected by front panel keys only when set to 0.
• When set to 2, 4 and 8, the status of external switch inputs takes priority, and SP Nos.
cannot be selected by front panel keys. However, the SP values in SP banks can be
changed at all times.
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Setup of C27 (external switch input 1 function), Setup of C28
(external switch input 2 function)
Setup of C29 (external switch input 3 function), Setup of C30
(external switch input 4 function)
This setup item sets the functions of each of the input when the external switch input
option is provided.
Setting
Function
During OFF
During ON
—
—
RUN
READY
0
No operation
1
RUN/READY switching
2
AUTO/MANUAL switching
AUTO
MANUAL
3
REMOTE/LOCAL switching
LSP
RSP
4
Start of auto-tuning
Stop
Start
5
Direct/reverse action switching
Operation of C03 setting
Reverse operation of C03
setting
6
Start of timer event (EV1)
Reset
Start
7
Start of timer event (EV2)
Reset
Start
Check items
• This setup item cannot be set to external switch inputs used by the C26 (number of SPs
selectable by external switch input) setup item.
• Do not set the same function to two or more external switch input.
• When 1 to 4 are set, the status of external switch inputs takes priority, the mode cannot
be switched by the front panel keys and auto-tuning cannot be started or stopped.
Setup of C31 (communication address)
This setup item is used when the communication function is provided as option. Set the
communication address from 0 to 127.
Check item
• When 0 is set up, the communications function does not work. There is no response
even if the message address from the master station is 0.
Setup of C32 (transmission speed)
This setup item is used when the communication function is provided at option.
0: 9600 bps
1: 4800 bps
2: 2400 bps
3: 1200 bps
Setup of C33 (communication code)
This setup item is used when the communication function is provided at option.
0: 8 bits, even parity, and 1 stop bit
1: 8 bits, non parity, and 2 stop bits
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Setup of C34 (dead zone)
This setup item sets the dead zone on 2G (position-proportional) models.
Motor valve opening 0.5 to 25.0%
Dead zone
✻
✻
✻ The hysteresis of the open and closed
relays is 1/4 of the dead zone set value.
ON
Closed relay
Open relay
OFF
Motor valve opening
Motor valve opening (MV) obtained by PID
calculation or manually set motor valve opening
Setup of C35 (modular control motor control method selection)
This setup item selects the control method of modular motor control on 2G (positionproportional) models.
0: MFB control (conventional) + inferred position control
Both the input MFB (Motor Feed Back) value and the internal inferred MFB
value are used to achieve smooth motor position control even if the input MFB
value is not smooth.
The internal inferred MFB value is sometimes used frequently according to
the feedback resistance of the motor that is being used. This is because more
accurate position control is being carried out. When the AL07 (T line break)
alarm occurs, control automatically shifts over to inferred position control.
1: MFB control (conventional)
The motor is controlled according to the MFB value in the same way as in
convention control methods. When the AL07 (T line break) alarm occurs, control automatically shifts over to inferred position control.
2: Inferred position control (MFB OFF)
The motor position is controlled without MFB control.
Check items
• When inferred position control is set, the closed relay turns on at all times when MV is
set to 0.0%, and the open relay turns on at all times when MV is set to 100.0%.
• Whichever control method is selected, the modular control motor must be connected
and automatically adjusted by C36. However, when “2: inferred position control” is
selected, automatic adjustment is no longer required if the time from fully closed to
fully open is accurately measured in second units and set to C39.
• By “2: inferred position control,” a deviation sometimes occurs between the MV value
and the motor valve opening over prolonged use. This poses no problem in terms of
control.
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Setup of C36 (modular control motor start of automatic adjustment)
This setup item automatically adjusts deviation in the motor feedback resistance on 2G
(position-proportional) models
0: Non-adjusted status
1: Adjustment executed
When “1” is set and ENT key is pressed, the motor valve opening in the
fully open and closed states, and the time from fully open to fully closed is
automatically adjusted.
1
The motor operates towards the closed side (PV display: C
A.C L).
2
When the motor is fully closed, the motor operates towards the open side.
(PV display: C A .O P )
3
When the motor is fully open, adjustment ends after the motor valve opening is monitored for several seconds.
Check items
• If the measurement results are in error, “A L 0 8” is indicated. “A L 0 8” goes out
when the power is turned ON again or when correct adjustment is carried out.
“A
L 0 8” occurs in the following instances:
Within 5 seconds from the fully closed to the fully open time
When the fully closed count value ≥ fully open count value
• Adjustments are not possible in the MANUAL mode.
DISP
key is pressed during adjustment, adjustment is canceled, and the
• When the
DISP
display returns to the basic indication status. Input by any key other than
is not
accepted.
• When using a new motor, be sure to carry out this adjustment with the motor actually
in use. When adjustment is carried out in a state that differs from the actual state (e.g.
the valve is not fitted), an error may occur in the inferred position due to a different in
the load placed on the motor.
• Hunting may occur during a single adjustment operation as a result of the motor characteristics or instrumentation state.
In this instance, carry out the adjustment again.
Setup of C37 (modular control motor fully closed adjusted
value)
Setup of C38 (modular control motor fully open adjusted value)
These setup items set the fully closed and fully open adjusted values when you want to
use the valve opening position at the fully closed and open positions of the modular
control motor at narrower settings than the current positions.
The following example shows how the new fully closed and open positions are set to a
position 30 to 70% of the original fully closed and open positions after automatic adjustment by setup item C36.
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Fully closed position
(C37 = 1000)
0%
SETTING THE SETUP ITEMS
C39 = 100 seconds
(at automatic adjustment of C36)
70%
30%
0%
New fully closed position
(C37 = 1300)
Fully open position
(C38 = 2000)
100%
100%
New fully closed position
(C38 = 1700)
C39 = 40 seconds
New fully closed position (C37) = (original C37) + {(original C38) - (original C37)} x 30%
= 1000 + (2000 - 1000) x 0.3
= 1300
New fully closed position (C38) = (original C37) + {(original C38) - (original C37)} x 70%
= 1000 + (2000 - 1000) x 0.7
= 1700
New fully closed/open time (C39) = 100 x (0.7- 0.3)
= 40 (sec.)
Check items
• The motor cannot be actually operated to set the desired fully closed and open adjusted
values.
• When this setup item is set, C39 (fully open/closed time) is automatically re-adjusted
by calculating proportionately fro the adjusted value obtained by automatic adjustment.
• When C35 is set to 0 or 2, the value of this setup item cannot be confirmed or set.
Setup of C39 (modular control motor fully open/closed time)
This setup item sets the time from fully closed to fully open in seconds on 2G (positionproportional) models.
5 to 240 sec.
Check items
• When C35 is set to 0 or 1, C39 is automatically set when automatic adjustment is
carried out C36.
• When C35 is set to 1, C39 is automatically reset when the value of C37 or C38 is
changed.
• When C35 is set to 0, the value of this setup item cannot be confirmed or set.
Setup of C40 (SP ramp up gradient), Setup of C41 (SP ramp
down gradient)
This setup item sets the SP value rate-of-change per second unit that is set by C42.
0 to 9999
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Check items
• The SP value before it was changed is taken as the start point in the following instances:
When the SP value was changed in the single SP mode
When the SP group was selected and changed in the multi SP mode
When the currently executing SP value was changed during in the multi SP mode
When the RSP mode changed to the RUN mode
• The PV value is taken as the start point in the following instances:
The PV value that is first displayed by the controller when the power is turned ON
When the READY mode changed to the RUN mode
When the MANUAL mode is changed to the AUTO mode
• Generally, SP ramp operates with the SP limit ignored. However, the SP limit is enabled when the SP value is outside of the SP limit as a result of the RSP value when the
RSP mode changes to the LSP mode, and the SP value in fact does not change until the
SP value falls back inside the SP limit range. However, SP ramp starts from the SP
limit value when the AL05 or AL06 errors occur.
PV
Arrival SP
Lower-limit of SP
Time
• If this setup item is changed while SP ramp is executing, SP ramp up and down will
continue according to the changed value.
• SP ramp does not function in the RSP mode, or when the LSP mode is changed to the
RSP mode.
• When auto-tuning is carried out while SP ramp is executing, the SP value at that time is
set as the SP value for auto-tuning, and SP ramp up and down continues internally even
while auto-tuning is being carried out.
Setup of C42 (SP ramp time unit selection)
This setup item selects the time unit of SP ramp up or down gradient.
0: Unit/minute
1: 0.1 unit/minute
2: Unit/hour
3: 0.1 unit/hour
Setup of C43 (green belt)
This setup item sets the green belt range. When the absolute value of the deviation comes
within the range set up by this item (|PV-SP| ≤C43 set value), the green belt will light.
0 to (PV range)/2
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C44 (auxiliary output type)
This setup item selects the signal source of auxiliary output.
0: PV
PV value
1: SP
SP value currently being used for control calculations
2: Pre-bias RSP
RSP value to which the rbIA set value has not been
added
3: RSP
RSP value to which the rbIA set value has been added
4: MV
MV value
5: Motor valve opening
% value of the motor valve opening (fully closed:
0.0%, fully open: 100.0%)
Check items
• When the RSP or pre-bias RSP is selected, the RSP value is output with the SP limit
ignored.
Setup of C45 (value of signal source at 4 mA auxiliary output)
This setup item sets the value of the signal source selected by C44 by which the output
current becomes 4 mA.
-1999 to 9999
Setting range when C44 is set to 0, 1, 2, 3
-199.9 to 999.9
Setting range when C44 is set to 4, 5
Check items
• When C44 is set to 0, 1, 2, or 3, the decimal point position is dependent on the set value
of C05.
• A value greater than the C46 set value can be set.
Setup of C46 (value of signal source at 20 mA auxiliary output)
This setup item sets the value of the signal source selected by C44 by which the output
current becomes 20 mA.
-1999 to 9999
Setting range when C44 is set to 0, 1, 2, 3
-199.9 to 999.9
Setting range when C44 is set to 4, 5
Check items
• When C44 is set to 0, 1, 2, or 3, the decimal point position is dependent on the set value
of C05.
• A value greater than the C45 set value can be set.
Setup of C47 (RSP value at 0% input)
This setup item sets the RSP value when the input signal of the remote setting input
(RSP) is 4 mA (or 1 V).
-1999 to 9999
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Check items
• The decimal point position is dependent on the set value of C05.
• A value greater than the C48 set value can be set.
Setup of C48 (RSP value at 100% input)
This setup item sets the RSP value when the input signal of the remote setting input
(RSP) is 20 mA (or 5 V).
-1999 to 9999
Check items
• The decimal point position is dependent on the set value of C05.
• A value greater than the C47 set value can be set.
Setup of C49 (cold junction compensation operation selection)
This setup item selects whether or not to carry out cold junction compensation in the case
of thermocouple input.
0: ON
1: OFF
Setup of C50 (Zener barrier adjustment)
This controller must be adjusted to correct a dispersion of the resistance value of Zener
barriers on models having an additional Zener barrier processing function with a resistance thermometer.
1. When you have finishing mounting and wiring the controller, short A to B on both
ends of the resistance thermometer.
C
Zener barrier
B
Zener barrier
A
Zener barrier
7
8
SDC30/31
9
2. Turn the SDC/31 ON. Setup parameter C50 will be indicated on the No.1 indicator
(upper indicator).
C
SP
OUT
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3 . Press the ENT key. The difference (A-B) between the resistance values of the
Zener barriers connected to the A and B lines will be displayed on the No.1 indicator.
The adjusted data stored to the controller will be displayed on the No.1 indicator (lower
indicator).
The difference in resistance values is indicated.
SP
OUT
4. Press the
The memorized adjustment data is indicated.
ENT
key to store the adjusted value to the SDC/31.
5. Remove the short-circuit across the A and B lines.
6. Press the
DISP
key to set the indicator to the basic indication status.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
• The resistance difference between the Zener diodes connected to A and B
lines should be less than 20 Ω. Otherwise, adjustment is not possible.
• Use a Zener barrier having a resistance of 70 Ω or less.
• This adjustment is not necessary if the instrument is used with an input other
than a resistance thermometer input.
• If a Zener barrier is not used, this adjustment is not necessary even if the instrument is used with resistance thermometer input.
• Once the Zener barrier has been adjusted, the adjusted value for the Zener
barrier is stored to memory. The controller cannot be used from then on without
the Zener barrier connected or in combination with another Zener barrier. In
such a case, the above adjustment must be carried out again.
Setup of C51 (adjustment code)
This setup item is to be used for adjustments and inspections only. Do not change the
factory setting of this setup item.
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SETTING THE SETUP ITEMS
Setup Parameters Table
Item
Indication Setting condition
Key lock
C
Temperature
unit
01
Default
Setting range
—
0
0:
1:
2:
3:
C 02
T/C or RTD
0
0: °C
1: °F
Control action
C 03
—
0
0: Reverse action
1: Direct action
PV input range
C 04
—
Decimal point
position
C 05
See C05 setting
(decimal point
position), page
4-7.
0
T/C, RTD: 0 to 1 decimal digit
Linear:
0 to 3 decimal
digits
Lower-limit of PV
input range
C 06
—
0
(selected range lower-limit)
to C07
Upper-limit of PV
input range
C 07
—
1000
SP setting
system
C 08
—
0
Lower-limit of SP
C 09
—
Range
lower-limit
C06 to C07
Upper-limit of SP
C 1 0
—
Range
high-limit
C09 to C07
Selection of
output in case of
PV abnormal
C 1 1
—
0
Control output at
READY and PV
abnormal
C 1 2
—
0%
Manual initial
control output
selection
C 1 3
—
0
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No key lock
Key lock 1
Key lock 2
Key lock 3
Remarks
For details on key
lock, see page 4-6.
See Input Range Table,
page 4-7.
C06 to (selected range
upper-limit)
In case of linear
input, scaling is
possible in range
-1999 to 9999.
0:
Single SP
1 to 7: Multi-SP
0: Output PID calculation
results
1: Closed relay ON (C35=2)
C12 setting (other than
above)
2: Closed relay ON (C35=2)
0D, 6D, 2G: 0 to 100%
5G:
-10 to +110%
Valid at READY or
when C11=1 and
abnormal PV
0: Bump-less
1: Preset
Always bump-less
when C35=2
Initial control
output when mode
is changed to
AUTO from
MANUAL
Chapter 4
Item
Indication Setting condition
Default
SETTING THE SETUP ITEMS
Setting range
Remarks
Preset manual
value
C 1 4
—
0%
0D, 6D, 2G: 0 to 100%
5G:
-10 to +110%
Initial manipulated variable in
PID operation
C 1 5
—
0%
0 to 100%
PID operation
initialize
C 1 6
—
0
0: AUTO
1: Initialize at SP change or
RSP/LSP switching
2: Do not initialize
Zone PID
operation
C 1 7
—
0
0: OFF
1: ON
Control system
selection
C 1 8
C20=1
0
0:
1:
2:
3:
Independent 2degrees of
freedom PID
operation
selection
C 1 9
—
0
0: Not used
1: Used
Neural network
auto-tuning
operation
selection
C 20
—
0
0: Used
1: Not used
Event 1 type
C 2 1
With event 1
0
0: Event OFF
1: Deviation (direct
action)
2: Deviation (reverse
action)
3: PV (direct action)
4: PV (reverse action)
5: Absolute value
deviation (direct
action)
6: Absolute value
deviation (reverse
action)
7: SP (direct action)
Event 1 standby
operation
selection
C 22
With event 1
0
0: Standby OFF
1: Standby ON
Event 2 type
C 23
With event 2
0
Same as C21
Normal PID control
Overshoot relaxation
Learning function status
Fixed learning status
C14 value is
output regardless
of C13 when the
power is turned
ON again in the
MANUAL mode.
This setting is
invalid when
C35=2.
C18 is automatically set to 3 when
auto-tuning ends
when C20=2
This setting is
valid when set
before execution
of auto-tuning.
8: SP (reverse action)
9: MV (direct action)
10: MV (reverse action)
11: Motor feedback
(direct action)
12: Motor feedback
(reverse action)
13: Control loop diagnosis
14: Timer (sec.)
15: Timer (min)
16: Alarm (direct action)
17: Alarm (reverse action)
18: Execution at inferred
position
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Chapter 4
SETTING THE SETUP ITEMS
Item
Indication Setting condition
Default
Setting range
Remarks
Event 2 standby
operation
selection
C 24
With event 2
0
0: Standby OFF
1: Standby ON
Event operation
at READY
C 25
With event
0
0: ON
1: OFF
Number of SPs
selectable by
external switch
input
C 26
With RSW input
0
0, 2, 4, 8
Restricted by
setting of C8
External switch
input 1 function
C 27
With RSW1
0
External switch
input 2 function
C 28
With RSW2
0
PID direct/reverse
is reverse of C03
setting when RSW
is ON.
External switch
input 3 function
C 29
With RSW3
0
External switch
input 4 function
C 30
With RSW4
0
At
0:
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
Communication
address
C 3 1
With communication function
0
0 to 127
Transmission
speed
C 32
With communication function
0
0: 9600 bps
1: 4800 bps
Communication
code
C 33
With communication function
0
0: 8 bits, even parity, 1 stop bit
1: 8 bits, no parity, 2 stop bits
Dead zone
C 34
C 35
2G output
10.0%
2G output
0
0: MFB+inference
1: MFB
2: Inference
Modular control
motor start of
automatic
adjustment
C 36
2G output
0
0: Non-adjusted state
1: Adjustment executed
Adjusted value is
automatically set
to C37, C38 and
C39.
Modular control
motor fully
closed adjusted
value
C 37
2G output
C35=1
1000
0 to 9999
Input is possible
in range that
satisfies condition
C37<C38.
Modular control
motor fully open
adjusted value
C 38
2G output
C35=1
3000
0 to 9999
Modular control
motor fully open/
closed time
C 39
2G output
C35=1, 2
30 sec.
Modular control
motor control
method selection
4-28
OFF/at ON
No operation
RUN/READY
AUTO/MANUAL
LSP/RSP
STOP/START (auto-tuning)
PID direct/reverse
Reset/start (timer EV1)
Reset/start (timer EV2)
0: No response
2: 2400 bps
3: 1200 bps
0.5 to 25.0%
5 to 240 sec.
Manually set when
C35=2
Chapter 4
Item
Indication Setting condition
SETTING THE SETUP ITEMS
Default
Setting range
Remarks
0 to 9999 unit (0.1 unit)/min
(hr)
No gradient at 0
Valid only for LSP
SP ramp up
gradient
C 40
—
0
SP ramp down
gradient
C 4 1
—
0
SP ramp time
unit selection
C 42
—
0
0:
1:
2:
3:
Green belt
C 43
—
5
0 to 1/2 PV range
Lights at
|PV-SP| ≤C43
condition
Auxiliary output
type
C 44
With auxiliary
output
0
0:
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
PID calculation
result is output
when MV is
selected on 2G
output.
Value of signal
source at 4 mA
auxiliary output
C 45
With auxiliary
output
0 unit
OR
0.0%
C44=0, 1, 2, 3
-1999 to +9999 unit
C44=4, 5
-199.9 to +999.9 unit
Decimal point is
dependent on
C05 when C44=0,
1, 2, 3.
Value of signal
source at 20 mA
auxiliary output
C 46
With auxiliary
output
1000 unit
OR
100.0R
C44=0, 1, 2, 3
-1999 to +9999 unit
C44=4, 5
-199.9 to +999.9 unit
Decimal point is
dependent on
C05 when C44=0,
1, 2, 3.
RSP value at 0%
input (4 mA, 1 V)
C 47
With remote
setting input
0 unit
-1999 to +9999 unit
Decimal point is
dependent on C05.
RSP value at
100% input (20
mA, 5 V)
C 48
With remote
setting input
1000 unit
-1999 to +9999 unit
Cold junction
compensation
operation
selection
C 49
Zener barrier
adjustment
C 50
Adjustment
code
C 5 1
Unit/min
0.1 unit/min
Unit/hr
0.1 unit/hr
PV
SP
Pre-bias RSP
RSP
MV
Motor valve opening
0
0: ON
1: OFF
Zener barrier
model
C04=RTD range
0
-20.00 to +20.00
—
0
Do not change
this factory
setting.
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Chapter 5
Chapter 5
5-1
SETTING OF PARAMETERS
SETTING OF PARAMETERS
Parameters Table
The following parametes are provided.
Parameters Table
BANK
SP
Item
Set point 0 to 7
Indication Setting condition
SP 0
Default
PI D0
(Note 2)
(Note 1)
5.0%
0.0 to 999.9%
0.1 to 999.9%
ON/OFF control
when 0.0 is set.
0.0 cannot be
set on 2G and
5G models.
p≠0
120 s
0 to 3600 s
P≠0
30 s
0 to 1200 s
P≠0
0%
0 to upper-limit %
P≠0
100%
Lower-limit to 100%
I=0 & P≠0
50%
0 to 100%
P=0
5 unit
0 to 100 unit
0
—
I
D
OL
Upper-limit of
manipulated
variable
OH
Manual reset
RE
DI FF
Proportional
band
Integral time
Derivative time
Lower-limit of
manipulated
variable
Differential
PI Dx PI D
1 to 7 , R
P to dIF is
followed
by No. (1
to 7) or r.
DI S0
Proportional
band
Dp
—
5.0%
0.0 to 999.9%
0.1 to 999.9%
Integral time
DI
Dd
P≠0
120 s
0 to 3600 s
P≠0
30 s
0 to 1200 s
(Note 2)
External
disturbance
inhibit
PID
(Note 4)
Derivative time
DI Sx DI S
1 to 7 , R
dP to dd
is
followed
by No. (1
to 7) or r.
Remarks
Within SP lowerand upper-limit
(C9, C10)
C8≥1
to
SP 7
P
Setting range
Doubles as the
lower- and
upper-limits of
the integral
limitter.
(Note 3)
P I D R is not
displayed in
case C17=1.
Same as P to dIF
ON/OFF control
when 0.0 is set.
0.0 cannot be
set on 2G and
5G models.
Same as P to dIF
C’ntd on next page
5-1
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SETTING OF PARAMETERS
Parameters Table (cont’d)
BANK
PARA
Item
Default
Setting range
EV1 hysteresis
H Y S 1
EV1 is provided
C21=1 to 13
5 unit
0 to 100 unit
EV1 ON delay
time
D L
1
EV1 is provided
C21=1 to 13
0s
0 to 9999 s
EV2 hysteresis
HYS2
DL 2
EV2 is provided
5 unit
EV2 is provided
C23=1 to 13
0s
FI Lt
PBI A
RBI A
—
0.0 s
0.0 to 25.0 s
—
0 unit
±1000 unit
Remote setting
input is provided
0 unit
-1999 to +9999 unit
Time-proportional output
10 s
5 to 120 s: relay
1 to 120 s: voltage
EV2 ON delay
time
PV filter
PV bias
RSP bias
ZONE
Indication Setting condition
Time-proportional cycle
C Y C L
MC rate-ofchange limit
OvTL
ZONE setting
ZN x
—
C17=1
100.0 %
0.1 to 100.0%
100.0 %
0.0 to 100.0%
(x=1 to 7)
Remarks
Though Zn0 is
not displayed, it
is 0.0%.
Note 1:
This is not indicated in the case of single SP.
Note 2:
This is indicated until the set that is preset by C08. Note that this is indicated
within the range 0 to 7 when zone PID is used (C17=1).
Note 3 : PIdr is indicated when the remote setting input is provided and zone PID is not
used (C17=0).
Note 4:
This is indicated when independent 2 degrees of freedom PID is used (C19=1).
PISr is indicated when the remote setting input is provided and zone PID is not
used (C17=0).
5-2
Chapter 5
5-2
SETTING OF PARAMETERS
Basic Parameter Operation
The following describes basic parameter operation.
1
In the basic indication status, simultaneously hold down the
keys for three seconds to display the bank indication status.
2
Press the
3
Press the
4
Press the
5
Press the
6
Press the
7
Press the
8
ENT
+
or
ENT
key to display the parameter indication status.
key to select the desired parameter.
key to set to the substitution status.
or
ENT
and
key to select the bank containing the desired parameter.
or
ENT
ENT
key to set the desired value.
key to store the value that you have set to memory.
DISP
Press the
key to display the basic indication status. Pressing the
only once displays the bank indication status.
DISP
key
BANK
DISP
Basic indication
status
Sp
ENT
DISP
Sp 0
Sp 1 Sp 2
Sp 7
p
I
D
D1 Ff
I x
D
P R
i R
d R
dp
d1
dd r
dp x
d1x
5p 0
dpr
d1 r
dd r
hy51
dl 1
hy52
ovtl
2n0
2n 1
2n 2
2n 7
DISP
PI D0
ENT
DISP
PI D x
P
ENT
x
x
DI Fx
DISP
PI Dr
ENT
DI FR
DISP
dI 50
ENT
DISP
dI 5x
ENT
DISP
dI 5r
ENT
DISP
para
ENT
DISP
20ne
ENT
5-3
Chapter 5
5-3
SETTING OF PARAMETERS
Setting Parameters & Parameter Display Examples
The following describes examples of how to set parameters.
Operation Procedure
The procedure for changing the set value of the proportional band (P) is shown below.
DISP
1
To set to the basic
indication status
Press the
key.
A PV value at this
time is indicated.
An SP value, MV
value or motor valve
opening is indicated.
SP
OUT
2
To indicate the bank
Continue pressing the
ENT and
keys
simultaneously for 3
seconds.
PID 0
SP
OUT
Note) SP is indicated in the case of multi-SP, so press the
3
To indication parameters
Press the
ENT
key.
key To indicate PId0.
P
SP
OUT
4
To assign the parameter
Press the
ENT
key.
6
7
To change the set
value
To define the changed
numeric
To transfer to the next
parameter
To next page
5-4
Change the numeric,
using the
key or
the
key.
Press the ENT key.
→ Flashing stops and the
set value is defined.
Make sure that numeric
is not flashing, and
press the
key.
To return to the
previous parameter,
press the
key.
P is indicated.
50
The set value of that
item is indicated.
50
Changes to flashing
(not defined).
P
SP
OUT
5
PIdo is indicated
flashing.
Nothing is indicated.
P
SP
OUT
I00
Keeps flashing.
P
SP
OUT
I00
I
SP
OUT
I20
Does not flash.
I is indicated at
this time.
The set value of that
item is indicated.
Chapter 5
8
SETTING OF PARAMETERS
To change the numeric
Repeat steps
4 → 5 → 6
Not to change the numeric
Carry out step 7 .
DISP
9
To indicate the bank
Press the
key.
PId 0
PIdo is indicated
flashing.
Nothing is indicated.
pARA
PArA is indicated
flashing.
Nothing is indicated.
SP
OUT
10
To move to another
bank
Press the
key.
SP
OUT
Note) To return to the previous bank, press the
To advance to the next bank, press the
11
To indicate parameters
Press the
ENT
key.
key.
key.
HY5 1
SP
OUT
12
5
HYS1 is indicated at
this time.
The set value of that
item is indicated.
To change the numeric
Repeat steps
4 → 5 → 6
Not to change the numeric
Carry out step 7 .
DISP
13
To indicate the bank
Press the
key.
PARA
SP
OUT
PArA is indicated
flashing.
Nothing is indicated.
DISP
14
To set to the basic
indication status
Press the
key.
SP
OUT
A PV value at this
time is indicated.
A SP value or MV
value is indicated.
5-5
Chapter 5
5-4
SETTING OF PARAMETERS
Assigning a Parameter to the
SP/EV
UF
Key
This instrument can assign parameters, which are often used during operation, to the
SP/EV key, and call them as required, using the SP/EV key only.
UF
Operation Procedure
UF
The procedure for assigning the proportional band (P) to the
SP/EV
UF
key is shown below.
DISP
1
To set to the basic
indication status.
Press the
key.
PV value or Fb at
that time is indicated.
SP value, MV value
or motor valve
opening is indicated.
SP
OUT
2
To indicate the bank
Continuously, press the
ENT key and
keys
simultaneously for 3
SP
OUT
seconds.
Note) SP is indicated in the case of multi-SP, so press the
3
To indicate a parameter
to be assigned.
Press the
ENT
key.
To assign the parameter
5
To transfer to the next
parameter to be
assigned.
Press the
key.
Repeat step 4 .
6
To set to the basic
indication status.
Press the
key,
while pressing the
MODE key.
Four decimal points are
indicated below the
parameter in the No.1
indicator.
P is indicated.
50
.P. . .
SP
OUT
PIdo is indicated
flashing.
Nothing is indicated.
key To indicate PId0.
P
SP
OUT
4
pID 0
50
The set value of that
item is indicated.
Example of indication
when registering the
proportional band.
DISP
Press the
twice.
key
SP
OUT
A PV numeric is
indicated.
An SP numeric is
indicated.
Check items
If 9 or more parameters are attempted to be assigned, the parameter(s) assigned at first is
reset, and the new parameter(s) is assigned.
5-6
Chapter 5
5-5
SETTING OF PARAMETERS
Resetting a Parameter Assigned to the
Operation Procedure
SP/EV
UF
Key
The procedure for resetting the proportional band (P) assigned to the
below.
SP/EV
UF
key is shown
DISP
1
To set to the basic
indication status
Press the
key.
A PV value at this
time is indicated.
SP value, MV value
or motor valve
opening is indicated.
SP
OUT
2
To indicate the bank
Continue pressing the
ENT key and
keys
simultaneously for 3
SP
OUT
seconds.
Note) SP is indicated in the case of multi-SP, so press the
3
To indicate a parameter
to be reset
Press the
key.
To reset the parameter
assigned.
Press the
key,
while pressing the
MODE key.
The decimal points in
No.1 indicator go out.
5
To set to the basic
indication status
Press the
twice.
PIdo is indicated
flashing.
Nothing is indicated.
key To indicate PId0.
.P. . .
SP
OUT
4
p ID 0
50
P is indicted with
decimal point.
A set value of that
item is indicated.
DISP
key
SP
OUT
A PV numeric is
indicated.
An SP numeric is
indicated.
5-7
Chapter 5
5-6
SETTING OF PARAMETERS
Operation of Parameters Assigned
The set values of parameters assigned to the
one touch operation.
Operation Procedure
SP/EV
UF
key can be checked or changed by
The procedure for changing the proportional band (P) assigned to the
5.0% to 10.0% is shown below.
SP/EV
UF
key from
DISP
1
To set to the basic
indication status
Press the
key.
PV value or Fb at that
time is indicated.
SP value, MV value
or motor valve
opening is indicated.
SP
OUT
2
To indicate parameters
Press SP/EV
several times
UF
To indicate P on the No.1
indicator.
P
Change the numeric,
using the
key or
key.
P
SP
OUT
To change the set value
3
(jump to step 5 when not
to be changed)
4
To define the changed
numeric
Press the ENT key.
→ Flashing stops and the
set value is defined.
5.0
SP
OUT
The type of parameter
is indicated.
The set value of that
item flashes.
10.0
Keeps flashing.
(10.0% setting)
10.0
Does not flash.
P
SP
OUT
DISP
5
To set to the basic
indication status
Press the
key.
SP
OUT
Check items
The parameters are indicated in the order of assignment.
5-8
A PV numeric is
indicated.
An SP numeric is
indicated.
Chapter 5
Description on Parameters
Set point (SP0 to SP7)
When multi SP is selected in the setup item C08 (SP setting system), eight groups of SPs
are prepared matched to the preset value (1 to 7).
PID constants
When multi SP is selected in the setup item C08 (SP setting system), eight groups of PID
constants are prepared matched to the preset value (1 to 7). Controller models on which
RSP has been added are provided with PID groups specifically for RSP.
P,I, D correspond to SP0, while P7, I7, D7 correspond to SP7. Pr, Ir, Dr correspond to
RSP.
SP 7
RSP
•••
SP 1
PI D0 DI 50
PI D1 DI 51
•••
SP 0
•••
5-7
SETTING OF PARAMETERS
PI D7 DI 57
PI Dr DI 5r
Determine P=Proportional band, I=Integral time and D-Derivative time.
When setting I to 0, the integral action turns off so that the manual reset can be set.
When setting P to 0.0, the on-off action is selected, and the differential can be set.
However, P=0 cannot be set on model 5G (current output) and 2G (position-proportional).
Check items
• When setting P to other than 0.0, the differential cannot be set.
• When setting I to other than 0, the manual reset cannot be set.
Upper and lower limits of manipulated variable (oH, oL)
These parameters oH and oL determine the upper and lower limits of the manipulated
variable.
They also serve as the upper and lower limits of the integral limiter.
When no feedback (C35=2) is selected in the set up item C35 (modular motor control
selection) on a 2G model, the manipulated variable becomes 0 to 100% regardless of this
setting.
Check items
The setting ranges of oL and oH are 0 to oH and oL to 100, respectively.
5-9
Chapter 5
SETTING OF PARAMETERS
Manual reset (rE)
This is used for manually obtaining a control deviation when the integral is turned off.
This can be done when I=0 and P≠0.0.
Differential (dIFF)
This parameters can set a difference between the on point and the off point (differential,
dead band) in on-off action.
When P=0.0, the on-off action is then ready to set the differential.
However, P=0 cannot be set on model 5G (current output) and 2G (position-proportional).
Differential
Differential
ON
ON
OFF
SP
Reverse action
OFF
SP
Direct action
External disturbance inhibit PID constants
When use of the external disturbance inhibit PID constants is selected in the setup item
C19, up to eight groups of external disturbance inhibit PID constants (proportional band,
integral time, derivative time) are indicated matched to the set value of setup item C08
(SP setting system) in addition to the regular PID constant group. These eight groups can
be selected. Controller models on which RSP has been added are provided with external
disturbance inhibit PID groups specifically for RSP.
For details, see PID constant (page 5-9).
Check items
1
External disturbance inhibit PID constants are set automatically by auto-tuning.
2
If both or one of the proportional band for external disturbance inhibit or regular
proportional band is 0, the external disturbance inhibit function will not operate, and
on-off action is selected.
3
If both or one of the integral time for external disturbance inhibit or regular integral
time is 0, the external disturbance inhibit function will not operate, and control will
use the manual reset preset to the regular PID group.
Event hysteresis (HYS1, HYS2), event ON delay time (dL1, dL2)
These parameters can set a difference between the event on and off points (hysteresis
dead band).
To set an event on when the event is continuous when conditions for turning the event on
are set to the event ON delay time, set the desired values to these parameters.
5-10
Chapter 5
Event Type
Timer
Alarm
Hysteresis
X
X
ON delay time
X
SETTING OF PARAMETERS
Defining Position being
Event OFF
Executed
X
X
X
X
Other
: Can be set, X: Cannot be set
The event relay turns on if the PV value does not rise above the differential set value
(does not fall below the differential set value in the case of direct action) even after the on
delay time when a manipulated variable greater than the event set value is being output
by the control loop diagnosis event.
PV filter (FILt)
This parameter can set T in the following equation.
0.2
0.2
Y(n) = (1) x Y(n-1) +
Y
0.2+T
0.2+T
Y(n):
PV value after passing through the filter
Y(n-1): Previous PV value that passed through the filter
Y:
PV value before passing through the filter
PV bias (PbIA)
The PV value is indicated and controlled using the PV value obtained by adding the PV
bias set value to the regular PV value.
Judgment of over-range (AL01) and under-range (AL02) is carried out on the PV value
to which bias is added.
RSP bias (rbIA)
The RSP value is indicated and controlled using the value obtained by adding the RSP
bias set value to the regular remote setting input (RSP) value.
Judgment of over-range (AL05) and under-range (AL06) is carried out on the RSP value
before bias is added.
Time-proportional cycle (CyCL)
In the case of time-proportional output, the ratio between on and off is determined by
control calculation taking a certain period of time as the basic time unit. The time that
forms the “basic time unit” is the cycle time.
ON
OFF
Time-proportional cycle
ON
OFF
Time-proportional cycle
5-11
Chapter 5
SETTING OF PARAMETERS
Manipulated variable rate-of-change limit (outL)
In addition to PID operation, the rate-of-change of the manipulated variable at each output update cycle (0.2 seconds) can be limited. The example below shows how the manipulated variable actually changes when the manipulated variable changes from 20% to
80% with the manipulated variable rate-of-change limit set to 40%.
(%)
Without limit
MV
100
With limit
80
60
40
20
1
1.2
1.4
1.6
(seconds)
Time
Zone setting (Zn 1 to Zn 7)
When use of zone PID operation selection is selected in the setup item C17, the PID
group is automatically switched according to the range of the currently executing SP
value.
This setup determines in which SP range (zone) the PID groups should operate. Set the
PV range width to 0 to 100%, and the SP zone as follows.
100%
PID7
Zn 7
PID6
Zn 6
PID5
Zn 5
PID4
Zn 4
PID3
Zn 3
PID2
Zn 2
PID1
Zn 1
PID0
0%
Zn 0 (fixed at 0.0%)
Check items
• Set the zone setting as Zn 0 ≤Zn 1≤ .... and so forth to ≤ Zn 7. nE 0 is fixed at 0.0%.
• Zone PID functions in either of the LSP, RSP and SP ramps.
5-12
Chapter 5
SETTING OF PARAMETERS
• In the above figure:
PID0: 0.0 ≤ SP< (set value of Zn 1)
PID1: (set value of Zn 1) ≤ SP < (set value of Zn 2)
:
PID7: (set value of Zn 7) ≤ SP
• The difference between PID constant group switching points is 0.5% FS.
Example: Switching point between PID0 and PID1
PID1
PID0
0.5% F.S.
Zn1
SP
5-13
Chapter 5
SETTING OF PARAMETERS
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Chapter 6
Chapter 6
OPERATION
OPERATION
Index to Work Contents
How to use this chapter:
The index to items to be manipulated during operation is shown below.
Contents of Work
Reference Pages
To indicate a PV
p.6-5
6-3
Indicating a PV
To indicate an SP
p.6-5
6-4
Indicating an SP
To indicate the output value
p.6-6
6-5
Indicating an Output Value
To indicate the motor valve opening
p.6-7
6-6
Displaying the Motor Valve Opening
To change an SP (with single SP)
p.6-8
6-7
Changing an SP
To select an SP (multi SP)
p.6-9
6-8
Selecting an SP and Changing Its Set
Value
To change the set value of an event
p.6-10
6-9
Changing the Set Value of Event
To change the AUTO/MANUAL mode
p.6-12
6-10 How to Change the AUTO/MANUAL
Mode
To change the RUN/READY mode
p.6-13
6-11 How to Change the RUN/READY Mode
To change the local SP (LSP)/remote SP (RSP) mode
p.6-14
6-12 How to Change the local SP (LSP)/remote
SP (RSP) Mode
To start or stop auto-tuning
p.6-15
6-13 How to Start/Stop Auto-tuning
6-1
Chapter 6
6-1
OPERATION
Turning on the Power Supply
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
This instrument is set not to function for up to seven seconds after the power is
turned ON to allow it to stabilize. Though operation is possible after this seven
seconds, allow at least one hour for the instrument to warm up so as to satisfy the
specified accuracy.
6-2
Outline of Key Operations
When the power is turned ON, the No.1 indicator indicates the PV value, and the No.2
indicator indicates the SP value (MV value in the MANUAL mode). This is called the
“basic indication status.” In this basic indication status, the SP value, MV value (only
during position-proportional output) and motor valve opening can be displayed on the
No.2 indicator by key operation.
Key operation also changes the status to the setting change status so that the SP value,
event set value and assigned parameter set values can be changed.
Key operation also changes the status to the mode change status so that the AUTO/
MANUAL, RUN/READY, LSP/RSP and auto-tuning stop/start mode can be changed.
• In the RUN mode, setup items can be confirmed but their set values cannot be
changed.
6-2
Chapter 6
OPERATION
Key Operation Transition Modes
DISP
SP/EV
UF
DISP
AUTO
READY
AUTO
MANUAL
PV
SP
MODE
ENT
PV
MV
+
ENT
DISP
(See page
5-1.)
Changing SP
and event
value registered parameters.
or
PV
MFB
MODE
DISP
AUTO
RUN
or
SP/EV
UF
DISP
PV
SP
PV
MFB
MANUAL
AUTO
RUN
MODE
Fb
MFB
or
ENT
DISP
ENT
DISP
Changing mode
PV
MV
DISP
DISP
ENT
DISP
MANUAL
READY
or
PV
SP
PV
MV
READY
DISP
ENT
Changing setup
(See page 4-1.)
Changing SP
and event
value registered parameters.
ENT
+
Fb
MFB
+
DISP
ENT
MANUAL
AUTO
RUN
SP/EV
UF
MODE
DISP
Changing
parameters
(See page
5-1.)
DISP
PV
SP
Changing SP
and event
value registered parameters.
+
AUTO
MANUAL
MANUAL
READY
+
SP/EV
UF
DISP
ENT
DISP
ENT
(See page
5-1.)
+
PV
MV
READY
Changing
parameters
ENT
Changing mode
Changing
parameters
DISP
Changing mode
Changing SP
and event
value registered parameters.
Changing setup
(See page 4-1.)
+
Changing mode
ENT
DISP
DISP
Changing
parameters
(See page
5-1.)
+
DISP
• In the RUN mode, setup items can be checked but neither set nor changed.
6-3
Chapter 6
Flow of
OPERATION
SP/EV
UF
Key Operation
SP/EV
UF
Basic indication
status
Setting SP
Selecting SP
DISP
DISP
DISP
DISP
SP/EV
UF
SP/EV
UF
SP/EV
UF
SP/EV
UF
Setting EV1
Setting EV2
Paramenter
Paramenter
Up to 8 registered parameters are indicated.
Flow of
MODE
Key Operation
Basic indication
status
MODE
AUTO
MANUAL
DISP
MODE
RUN
READY
DISP
or
ENT
or
ENT
or
ENT
MODE
REMOTE
LOCAL
DISP
MODE
Auto tuning
start/stop
DISP
MODE
• Auto-tuning start/stop is not indicated in the MANUAL or READY modes.
• Functions assigned to external switch inputs are not indicated.
When all functions have been assigned to external switch inputs, the display will remain in the basic indication status even if the MODE key is pressed.
6-4
Chapter 6
6-3
OPERATION
Indicating a PV
The control value of temperature or pressure applied to this instrument is called a PV
(Process Value).
When the instrument power supply is turned on, a PV is indicated in the No.1 indicator.
This status is called a basic indication status.
The contents of indication may be changed after operating any key.
DISP
To indicate a PV, press the
key, and a PV will be indicated in the No.1 indicator.
Operation Procedure
DISP
To indicate a PV
Press the
key.
A PV value at that
time is indicated.
SP
OUT
Check item
If an alarm occurs, the alarm code and PV value are indicated alternately.
6-4
Indicating an SP
A desired value for controlling a PV is called an SP (Set Point).
When the instrument power supply is turned on, a PV is indicated in the No.1 indicator,
and an SP in the No.2 indicator.
The contents of indication may be changed after pressing any key.
To indicate an SP, press the
DISP
key.
The SP LED lights and an SP is indicated in the No.2 indicator.
Operation Procedure
DISP
To indicate an SP
Press the
key.
A PV value at that
time is indicated.
An SP numeric is
indicated.
SP
OUT
DISP
Note) Press the
SP LED lights.
key several times until the
The SP LED lights.
6-5
Chapter 6
6-5
OPERATION
Indicating the Output Value
The signal output from this controller is generally referred to as the MV, or manipulated
variable.
When the power is turned ON, the No.1 indicator indicates the PV value, and the No.2
indicator indicates the SP value. The contents of indication may be changed after operating any key.
DISP
To indicate an output value, press the
key several times. The OUT LED will
light, and the output value will be indicated on the No.2 indicator.
Operation Procedure
DISP
To indicate the output
value
Press the
key.
Press until OUT LED
lights.
SP
OUT
The OUT LED lights.
A PV value at that
time is indicated.
The output value is
indicated (unit is %).
With ON-OFF control
A PV value at that
time is indicated.
SP
OUT
ON
or
SP
OUT
6-6
A PV value at that
time is indicated.
OFF
Chapter 6
6-6
OPERATION
Indicating the Motor Valve Opening (position-proportional
output)
The motor valve opening can be indicated on 2G models (position-proportional output)
When the power is turned ON, the No.1 indicator indicates the PV value, and the No.2
indicator indicates the SP value. The contents of indication may be changed after operating any key.
DISP
To indicate the motor valve opening, press the
key several times. Both the OUT
LED and SP LED will light, and the motor valve opening will be indicated on the No.2
indicator. However, the OUT LED will flash in the MANUAL mode.
Operation Procedure
DISP
To indicate the motor
valve opening
Press the
key.
SP
OUT
The motor valve
opening is indicated
(unit: %).
Both the SP and OUT
LEDs go out.
In manual mode
FB
SP
OUT
Fb is indicated.
The OUT LED
flashes.
Check items
DISP
Press the
key several times until both the OUT LED and SP LED both go out.
However, the OUT LED will flash in the MANUAL mode.
The motor valve opening will be indicated flashing at 1-second cycles in the following
instances:
1
When inferred position control is selected by setup item C 3 5 (modular control
motor control selection
2
When the internal inferred value is used due to a breakage in the feedback loop even
though feedback ON control is selected
3
When the internal inferred value is used even though the motor backup function is
selected
In these instances, too, position control will be continued using the internal inferred value.
6-7
Chapter 6
6-7
OPERATION
Changing an SP (with single SP)
To change an SP value of single SP, follow the operation procedure given below.
Operation Procedure
The procedure for changing the SP from 500°C to 1000°C is shown below.
DISP
1
To set to basic
indication status
Press the
key.
PV value or Fb at that
time is indicated.
SP value, MV value
or motor valve
opening is indicated.
SP
OUT
2
To indicate an SP
Press the
SP/EV
UF
key.
5P
SP
OUT
3
4
To change the set
value
To define the changed
numeric
Change the numeric,
using the
or
key.
Press the ENT key.
→ Flashing stops and the
set value is defined.
500
SP is indicated.
The set value of that
item flashes.
SP
SP
OUT
10 0 0
The changed numeric
flashes.
5P
SP
OUT
10 0 0
Does not flash.
DISP
5
To reset to basic
indication status
Press the
key.
SP
OUT
6-8
A PV numeric is
indicated.
An SP numeric is
indicated.
Chapter 6
6-8
OPERATION
Selecting an SP and Changing Its Set Value (with multi SP)
To change an SP value of multi SP, follow the operation procedure given below. With
multi SP, there are eight set values SP0 and SP7.
Operation Procedure
In this example, SP1 is selected from a SP0 selected state. The procedure for changing
the set value of SP1 from 300°C to 400°C.
DISP
1
Press the
To set to the basic
indication status
key.
PV value or Fb at that
time is indicated.
SP value, MV value
or motor valve
opening is indicated.
SP
OUT
2
Press the SP/EV
key.
UF
several times.
To indicate an SP
SP
OUT
3
4
To change the SP No.
To define the changed
SP
Change flashing
indication 0 to 1 using the
or
key.
Press the
ENT
SP
OUT
key.
6
To change the setting
of the selected SP No.
To define the changed
numeric
Press the SP/EV
key, and
UF
change the setting using
SP
the
or
key.
OUT
In this example, 300 is
changed to 400.
Press the
ENT
SP0 is indicated.
250
The SP setting is
indicated.
S P| 1
Only 1 is flashing.
300
The SP1 setting is
indicated.
5 P| 1
SP
OUT
5
5 P| 0
key.
300
5P
The SP1 setting is
flashing.
1
400
5P
SP
OUT
1 stops flashing.
The changed numeric
flashes.
1
400
Does not flash.
DISP
7
To set to the basic
indication status
Press the
key.
SP
OUT
A PV numeric is
indicated.
An SP numeric is
indicated.
Check items
• For details on changing the set values of SP Nos. that are not selected in the case of
multi SP, see Chapter 5.
• SP Nos. cannot be selected by the front panel keys when SP selection is being carried
out by external switch input (when C26 is set to a value other than “0”). However, the
set value of selected SP Nos. can be changed.
6-9
Chapter 6
6-9
OPERATION
Changing the Set Value of Event
When the event output function is provided as an option, its set value (e.g. output at
alarm position) can be changed. However, when the set value of setup item C21 or C23
(event action type) is 0, event action is turned off, and E1 and E2 are not indicated. E1
and E2 are also not indicated when the set value is 16, 17 or 18.
ON
OFF
HYS
PV
△
Event set value (EV)
In this example, the event output is turned on when the PV becomes higher than the event
set value.
The event set value is turned off when the PV is lower than (event set value - differential).
The procedure for changing the event set value is shown below as an example.
Operation Procedure
The procedure for changing the event 1 from 100°C to 200°C, and the event 2 from
700°C to 800°C is shown below as an example.
DISP
1
To set to basic
indication status
Press the
key.
PV value or Fb at that
time is indicated.
SP value, MV value
or motor valve
opening is indicated.
SP
OUT
2
To indicate the event
Press the
twice.
SP/EV
UF
key
Note) In the case of multi-SP, press 3 times.
3
4
To change the set
value
To define the changed
numeric
Press the
key or
key.
In this example, press
the
key to
change 100 to 200.
Press the
ENT
E 1
SP
OUT
Flashes.
E 1
SP
OUT
key.
200
Flashes.
E 1
SP
OUT
6-10
10 0
E1 is indicated.
200
Does not flash.
Chapter 6
5
To indicate the event 2
Press the
SP/EV
UF
key.
6
7
To change the set
value
To define the changed
numeric
Press the
key or
key.
In this example, press
the
key to
change 700 to 800.
Press the
ENT
E2 is indicated.
E2
SP
OUT
OPERATION
70 0
Flashes.
800
Flashes.
E2
SP
OUT
key.
E2
SP
OUT
800
Does not flash.
DISP
8
To reset to basic
indication status
Press the
key.
SP
OUT
A PV numeric is
indicated.
An SP numeric is
indicated.
6-11
Chapter 6
OPERATION
6-10 How to Change the AUTO/MANUAL Mode
This parameter allows you to set the AUTO mode when the results of PID operation are
output, or the MANUAL mode on the front panel for setting the MV value.
Operation Procedure
The procedure for changing the AUTO mode to the MANUAL mode is shown below.
DISP
1
To set to the basic
indication status
Press the
key.
A PV value at that
time is indicated.
SP value, MV value
or motor valve
opening is indicated.
SP
OUT
2
To indicate the mode
Press the
MODE
key.
AutO
AUto is indicated
flashing.
Nothing is indicated.
OVT
out is indicated
flashing.
SP
OUT
3
Display out using the
or the
key.
To change the mode
SP
OUT
4
To define the changed
mode
Press the ENT key.
→ The manual mode is
entered once the ENT SP
OUT
key is pressed, and
the OUT LED starts to
flash.
5
To change the MV
value
Set the MV value to the
desired value using the
or the
key.
SP
OUT
A PV value at that
time is indicated.
The MV value is
indicated flashing.
A PV value at that
time is indicated.
An SP value or MV
value is indicated.
Check items
• When the power is turned on again in the MANUAL mode, the set value of setup item
C14 will be output.
• When AUTO/MANUAL switching is set to the external switch input function, A u t O
or O V t will not be displayed even if the MODE key is pressed.
6-12
Chapter 6
OPERATION
6-11 How to Change the RUN/READY Mode
This parameter allows you to select the READY mode in which PID operation is stopped
and the RUN mode in which PID operation is executing.
Operation Procedure
The procedure for changing the READY mode to the RUN mode is shown below.
DISP
1
To set to the basic
indication status
Press the
key.
PV value or Fb at that
time is indicated.
SP value, MV value
or motor valve
opening is indicated.
SP
OUT
2
To indicate the mode
Press the
twice.
MODE
key
RD Y
rdY is indicated
flashing.
Nothing is indicated.
RVN
run is indicated
flashing.
SP
OUT
3
To change the mode
Display run using the
or the
key.
SP
OUT
4
Press the ENT
To define the changed
mode
➪ The mode is defined, and the indication
returns to the Basic indication status.
key.
SP
OUT
A PV value at that
time is indicated.
An SP value or MV
value is indicated.
Check items
• The green belt flashes in the READY mode.
• When RUN/READY switching is set to the external switch input function, R
R v n will not be displayed even if the MODE key is pressed.
d y or
6-13
Chapter 6
OPERATION
6-12 How to Change the local SP (LSP)/remote SP (RSP) Mode
On models provided with the remote setting input function, this parameter allows you to
set the local SP (LSP) for setting the value set (selected) by the front panel keys on the
instrument as the setpoint, or the remote SP (RSP) mode for setting the signal (4 to 20
mA or 1 to 5 V) from peripheral equipment as the setpoint.
Operation Procedure
The procedure for changing the LSP mode to the RSP mode is shown below.
DISP
1
To set to the basic
indication status
Press the
key.
PV value or Fb at that
time is indicated.
SP value, MV value
or motor valve
opening is indicated.
SP
OUT
2
To indicate the mode
Press the
3 times.
MODE
key
LOC
LoC is indicated
flashing.
Nothing is indicated.
RET
rEt is indicated
flashing.
SP
OUT
3
To change the mode
Display rEt using the
or
key.
SP
OUT
4
Press the ENT
To define the changed
mode
➪ The mode is defined, and the indication
returns to the Basic indication status.
key.
SP
OUT
A PV value at that
time is indicated.
An SP value or MV
value is indicated.
Check items
• When REMOTE/LOCAL switching is set to the external switch input function, L O C
or R E t will not be displayed even if the MODE key is pressed.
6-14
Chapter 6
OPERATION
6-13 How to Start/Stop Auto-tuning
Auto-tuning can be stopped or started only in the AUTO or RUN modes.
Operation Procedure
The procedure for starting auto-tuning is shown below.
DISP
1
To set to the basic
indication status
Press the
key.
A PV value at that
time is indicated.
SP value, MV value
or motor valve
opening is indicated.
SP
OUT
2
3
To indicate At
Repeatedly press the
MODE key several times
until At is indicated, and
SP
OUT
press the ENT key.
Press the
change 0 to 1.
To change the set
value
key to
0
To define the changed
numeric
Press the
ENT
key.
→ Flashing stops and
auto-tuning starts.
The set value of that
item flashes.
AT
SP
OUT
4
At is indicated.
AT
1
1 is indicated
flashing.
1
Does not flash.
AT
SP
OUT
The AT LED flashes.
DISP
5
To set to the basic
indication status
Press the
key.
➪ When auto-tuning ends, the AT LED goes out.
The PID value found is written automatically in
this instrument.
SP
OUT
A PV numeric is
indicated.
An SP numeric is
indicated.
Check items
When start of auto-tuning is set to the external switch input function, A
displayed even if the MODE key is pressed.
t will not be
6-15
Chapter 6
OPERATION
Operation Procedure
The procedure for canceling auto-tuning when auto-tuning has been started is given below.
DISP
1
To set to the basic
indication status
Press the
key.
A PV value at that
time is indicated.
SP value, MV value
or motor valve
opening is indicated.
SP
OUT
2
To indicate At
Repeatedly press the
MODE key several times
until At is indicated, and
SP
OUT
press the ENT key.
At is indicated.
AT
1
1 flashes.
The AT LED flashes.
3
To change the set
value
Press the
change 1 to 0.
key to
AT
SP
OUT
4
To define the changed
numeric
Press the ENT key.
→ Flashing stops, and
auto-tuning is
interrupted.
0
0 flashes.
0
Does not flash.
AT
SP
OUT
The AT LED goes
out.
DISP
5
To set to the basic
indication status
Press the
key.
SP
OUT
6-16
A PV numeric is
indicated.
An SP numeric is
indicated.
Chapter 6
OPERATION
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
• Auto tuning does not function normally if it is not connected to a controlled
system.
• Optimum PID values cannot always be obtained in certain controlled systems.
In such a case, set the PID values manually.
• During auto tuning operation, hunting may occur in the controlled system. If
hunting is not desirable, set PID values manually.
• The time required for tuning depends upon the control system.
• With multi SP, the values obtained by auto tuning are written to the PID group
corresponding to the present set SP.
• Auto-tuning is canceled when a PV burnout (alarm code 01, 02), change from
the RUN to the READY mode, change from the AUTO to the MANUAL mode,
or a power interruption occurs during auto-tuning.
• The SP group cannot be changed during auto-tuning. However, the SP value
can be changed.
• When the SP group has been changed by external switch input, the results of
auto-tuning are written to the PID group linked with the SP group before the
change, and the external switch input is switched to the specified SP group
after auto-tuning ends.
• When auto-tuning is carried out when zone PID use is selected, the results will
be written to the PID group of the zone to which the SP belongs after autotuning ends.
• When auto-tuning is executed during SP ramp, SP ramp continues to operate.
6-17
Chapter 6
OPERATION
One Point Memo
Auto tuning is provided to automatically obtain optimum PID values (Proportional band) (Integral
time) and (Derivative time) by measuring control systems.
This auto tuning can be operated during the steady-state operation as well as at start-up time.
For the PID values employed during the steady-state operation, it is recommended to obtain these
values by operating the auto tuning at the same time (during steady-state operation).
PV
MV
MV
100 %
SP
PV
Auto tuning
Operation
Start
0%
6-18
End
Time
Chapter 7
Chapter 7
7-1
TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
Alarms Indication
This instrument always executes PV input check, or self-diagnosis. If a problem is detected, the instruments indicates an alarm code on the No.1 indicator.
The No.1 indicator alternately indicates the display (such as PV) before the occurrence
of the alarm and the alarm code.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
No alarm code is indicated on the No.1 indicator during setup operation.
Example of indication:
A L0 1
An alarm code is indicated.
250
Alternately indicated.
SP
1
250
7-2
Alarm Codes Table
Indication
Problem description
Measures
AL01
PV input exceeds +10% of the range
(Over-range).
Check the sensor and wiring.
Check the PV range.
AL02
PV input is less than -10% of the range
(Under-range).
Check the sensor and wiring.
Check the PV range.
C line input error during PTD input
Check C line wiring.
CJ line input error during T/D input
Contact a YH service person for repair.
AL05
RSP over-range
(displayed only during remote SP)
(occurs at 110% of input range)
Check RSP wiring.
Check RSP input value.
AL06
RSP under-range
(displayed only during remote SP)
(occurs at -10% of input range)
Check RSP wiring.
Check RSP input value.
AL07
T line breakage, FB line input error
(occurs only at C35=0,1)
Check FB wiring.
Check FB input value.
AL03
7-1
Chapter 7
Indication
TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem description
Measures
AL08
Motor adjustment error
(fully closed adjustment value > fully open adjustment
value)
M/M adjustment error
• Check FB line, and re-adjust.
AL70
A/D converter error (pulse out signal error)
Ask for repair.
AL91
Illegal loader communication message
Check cable connections.
AL96
Parameter error (communication RAM area)
Reset parameter items.
AL97
Parameter error (checksum)
Reset parameter items.
AL98
Adjustment data error (checksum)
Ask for repair.
7-3
Other Troubles
When a key-in operation is not acceptable.
→ If a set value can be indicated but cannot be changed, the instrument is set to key
lock status.
Set the setup item C01 “key lock” to 0.
When diFF (differential) cannot be set.
→ P is not 0.
The diFF can be set only when P=0.
When rE (manual reset) cannot be set.
→ I is not 0 and P is 0.
The rE can be set only when I=0, and P≠0.
At (auto-tuning) is not indicated.
→ The controller is in either the READY or MANUAL mode.
Auto-tuning can be started or stopped only in the AUTO or RUN modes.
Control is not output.
→ The controller is in either the READY or MANUAL mode.
PID operation is executed in the RUN mode, and the calculation results are taken
as the MV value in the AUTO mode.
The output value is not indicated in the MANUAL mode.
→ The modular control motor control method is set to “no feedback” (C35=2).
In the no-feedback MANUAL mode, the open relay or the closed relay can only
be set to ON.
7-2
Chapter 8
Chapter 8
8-1
SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
Model Number Configuration
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
C 3
***A
I
No.
0
II
* **
III
IV
0 0
V
Model number
Example: C 3 0 2 G A 0 0 0 1 0 0
I
II
III
IV
V
Contents
I
Basic model No.
C30
C31
Digital indicating controller, mask size 48 mm x 96 mm
Digital indicating controller, mask size 96 mm x 96 mm
II
Output type
control mode
0D
6D
5G
2G
Relay output, time proportional PID control/on-off control
Voltage output, time proportional PID control/on-off control
Current output, continuous PID control
Relay output for modular control motor drive, position-proportional PID
control
Power voltage
A0
AZ
D0
DZ
85 to 264V ac, 50/60 Hz
85 to 264V ac, 50/60 Hz, apply to RT 50
21.6 to 26.4V dc
21.6 to 26.4V dc, apply to RT 50
Option
001
to
507
001
to
546
III
IV
V
Additional functions
00
D0
T0
K0
Z0
B0
L0
E0
G0
F0
Q0
P0
Y0
See pages 8-2.
In case of C30
In case of C31
Standard product
Inspection certificate provided
Tropical treatment
Anti-sulfidization treatment
Correspondence to Zener barriers
Tropical treatment + inspection certificate provided
Anti-sulfidization treatment + inspection certificate provided
Correspondence to Zener barriers + inspection certificate provided
Tropical treatment + correspondence to Zener barriers
Anti-sulfidization treatment + correspondence to Zener barriers
Tropical treatment + correspondence to Zener barriers + inspection certificate provided
Anti-sulfidization treatment + correspondence to Zener barriers + inspection
certificate provided
Complying with the traceability certification
8-1
Chapter 8
SPECIFICATIONS
• Options (Additional functions)
EV1:
EV2:
AUX:
RSPA:
RSPV:
1SW:
4SW:
485:
:
—:
1st event
2nd event
Auxiliary output
Remote setting input (4 to 20 mA)
Remote setting input (1 to 5 V)
External switch input (1 input)
External switch input (4 inputs)
Communication (RS-485)
Function supported
Function not supported
:
No relevant model No.
C30 (48 x 96)
Additional functions
No.
EV1
EV2
Remarks
AUX
RSPA
RSPV
1SW
4SW
485
001
—
—
—
—
—
—
002
—
—
—
—
—
003
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
041
—
—
—
—
—
402
—
004
040
—
—
—
502
—
—
506
507
—
—
5G
2G
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
6D
—
—
—
406
407
—
0D
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
C31 (96 x 96)
Additional functions
No.
EV1
EV2
Remarks
AUX
RSPA
RSPV
1SW
4SW
485
001
—
—
—
—
—
—
003
—
—
—
—
—
005
—
—
—
—
045
—
—
—
405
—
—
446
—
—
505
—
—
546
—
—
8-2
—
—
—
—
0D
6D
5G
2G
Chapter 8
SPECIFICATIONS
ATTACHMENTS
• Mounting bracket:
81405411-001 (1 set)
• Unit indicating label:
N3132
OPTIONS
• Hard dustproof cover:
81446082-001 (for 48 x 96)
81446083-001 (for 96 x 96)
This hard dustproof cover is made of semi-transparent
polycarbonate.
The packing included in the package is affixed around
the body of the panel on which the SDC30/31 is mounted.
When this cover is mounted, the indication can be confirmed but not operated.
This cover is constructed so that its hooks fit into the
protrusions on the SDC30/31 case. When removing the
cover, insert a Phillips screwdriver into the top or bottom
groove, and lift up so that the hook comes away from the
body.
• Soft dustproof cover:
81446086-001 (for 48 x 96)
81446087-001 (for 96 x 96)
This soft dustproof cover is made of transparent silicon
rubber.
Remove the keyboard cover on the body before use.
The indicator can be confirmed and operated with this
cover on the body.
• Terminal cover:
81446088-001 (for 48 x 96)
81446084-001 (for 96 x 96)
This cover is made of non-inflammable heat-resistant PVC sheet.
The 48 x 96 cover can be attached without the aid of screws.
To remove this cover, lift up the hook section with a Phillips screwdriver.
The 96 x 96 cover can be attached with the screws provided in the package.
8-3
Chapter 8
8-2
SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
PV Input
Type of input:
See the input range table on page 4-7.
Selection of the input type:
Any type can be selected. (full multi-range)
°C °F selection:
With T/C and RTD.
Range setting:
Range can be set by contracting it to 1/4 of the original
range width.
Programmable range, with linear input (Possible by scaling).
Setting of decimal point:
With the linear input, decimals can be freely set.
With temperature inputs, setting is possible in certain
ranges, to one decimal point. (See the input range table
on page 4-7)
Input sampling cycle:
200 ms.
Indicating accuracy:
±0.2% FS ±1 digit (Specified by input conversion under
standard conditions.) The accuracy of B thermocouples
is not specified lower than 260°C (500°F).
±0.3% FS +1 digit for 0 to 10 mV input
T/C input (under operating conditions)
0.16 µA (Flows from + terminal.)
Input bias current:
Input circuit failure indication: Upscale + AL01
RTD input (under operating conditions)
Input bias current:
1 mA (Flows from terminal A.)
Input circuit failure indication:
When the resistor or A line is broken ...... Upscale + AL01
When B line is broken .................. Down scale + AL02, 03
When C line is broken ......... Undefined indication + AL03
When A and B lines are broken ......... Upscale + AL01, 03
When B and C lines are broken .......... Upscale + AL01, 03
When A and C lines are broken ......... Upscale + AL01, 03
When A, B, and C lines are broken .... Upscale + AL01, 03
Linear voltage input (under operating conditions)
Input bias current:
0.6 µA (Flows into + terminal.)
Input circuit failure indication: Down scale + AL02
8-4
Chapter 8
SPECIFICATIONS
Linear current input (under operating conditions)
Receiving resistance:
100 Ω
Input circuit failure indication: Down scale + AL02
(A 0 to 20 mA input circuit failure is not detectable.)
Max. input current/voltage:
Max. input current
24 mA dc
Max. input voltage
2.4V dc
Normal operation will no longer be possible if these values are exceeded.
Absolute max. input ratings:
Current: 50 mA dc
Voltage: 5V dc
The “absolute max. ratings” are current and voltage ratings that can be applied to input terminals without any
deterioration in characteristics or mechanical breakdown.
Note that these are not ranges of assured controller operation.
Remote switch input (RSW) (under operating conditions)
No. of channels:
1 or 4
Input type:
No-voltage contact or open collector
Off- terminal voltage:
5 ±1 V
Turn-on current:
5 ±2 mA (A current flowing to the contact)
Allowable contact resistance: ON Lower than 100 Ω
OFF Upper than 100 kΩ
Allowable residual voltage at open collector ON:
1.2 V max.
Allowable leakage current at open collector OFF:
0.2 mA max.
Minimum hold time:
400 ms
Control output
Relay output (0D)
Control action:
Time proportional PID, PD + MR, or on-off.
Output type:
SPDT relay output
Relay contact rating:
250V ac, 30V dc, 5 A (Resistive load)
Electrical life of relays:
More than 100,000 times
Minimum on-off time:
Longer than 250 ms
Voltage output (6D)
Control action:
Time proportional PID, PD + MR, or on-off
Output voltage (open time):
22.5V dc ±15% (under operating conditions)
Internal resistance:
1.1 kΩ ±10%
8-5
Chapter 8
SPECIFICATIONS
Current output (5G)
Control action:
Current proportional PID or PD + MR
Output type:
4 to 20 mA dc current output
Allowable load resistance:
750 Ω max. (under operating conditions)
Output accuracy:
±0.2% FS max. (under standard conditions)
Output current range:
2.4 mA to 21.6 mA
Output update cycle:
200 ms
Output response time:
170 ms max. (90% response)
Voltage at terminal open:
26V dc max.
Motor drive output (2G)
Control action:
Position-proportional PID, PD+MR
Output type:
(SPST relay output) x 2
Relay contact rating:
250V ac, 8 A (resistance load)
Electrical life of relays:
More than 100,000 times
Event output (EV 1 to 2)
No. of channels:
0 to 2 (Depends upon models.)
Output type:
SPST relay output
Relay contact rating:
250V ac, 30V dc, 5 A
Output update cycle:
200 ms
Electrical life of relays:
More than 100,000 times
Auxiliary output (AUX)
Output type:
4 to 20 mA dc current output
Output contents:
PV, SP, RSP, RSP (pre-biased), MV, motor valve opening
Allowable load resistance:
750 Ω max. (under operating conditions)
Output accuracy:
±0.2%FS max. (under standard conditions)
Output resolution:
0.01%FS
Voltage at terminal open:
26V dc max.
RSP input (option)
Input type:
Linear 4 to 20 mA, or linear 1 to 5 V
Scaling:
Possible within range -1999 to +9999. Any decimal point
position can be set
Input sampling cycle:
200 ms
Readout accuracy (instrument nominal): ±0.2 FS ± 1U (under standard conditions)
Voltage input specifications (under operating conditions)
Input resistance:
8-6
1 to 5 V input; 1 MΩ min.
Chapter 8
Input bias voltage:
SPECIFICATIONS
1 to 5 V input; 5 µA max. (drawn in to + terminal)
Influence of wiring resistance: 1 to 5 V input; -5 µV/Ω max.
Over-range alarm:
AL05
Under-range alarm:
AL06
Operation at input breakdown: Downscale + AL06
Current input specifications (under operating conditions)
Reception resistance:
100 Ω
Over-range alarm:
AL05
Under-range alarm:
AL06
Operation at input breakdown: Downscale + AL06
Communications (RS-485)
Transmission format:
Balanced
Transmission channel:
5 leads*
Transmission speed:
9600, 4800, 2400, 1200 bps
Transmission distance:
500 m max.*
Communication method:
Half-duplex
Synchronizing system:
Asynchronous
Communication code:
8 bits, 1 stop bit, even parity
8 bits, 2 stop bits, no parity
Communication address :
0 to 127 (0: no response)
Error detection:
Parity check, checksum
Connection mode:
1:N (max. 31 units)
* When the CMC410 or DIM are used as the host station, the transmission channel is 3
leads, the transmission distance is 300 m maximum, and the maximum number of
controllers that can be connected is 16.
Input-output isolation
The isolation between input and output signals is illustrated below. Those bounded by a
solid line are isolated from others. These bounded by a dotted line are not isolated.
Loader Interface
Motor feedback
Potentiometer input
Current output (control output)
Remote setting input
Current output (auxiliary output)
Digital circuit
PV input
Current output (control output)
Relay output (control output)
Event output 1
Event output 2
External switch input
Communications I/O
8-7
Chapter 8
SPECIFICATIONS
Environmental conditions
Standard conditions
Ambient temperature:
23 ±2°C
Ambient humidity:
60 ±5%RH
Power voltage (AC models):
105V ac ±1%
Power frequency (AC models):
50/60 Hz ±1 Hz
Power voltage (DC models):
24V dc ±5%
Vibration resistance:
0 m/s2
Shock resistance:
0 m/s2
Mounting angle:
(Reference level) ±3°
Operating conditions
Ambient temperature:
0 to 50°C
Ambient humidity:
10 to 90%RH
Power voltage (AC models):
85 to 264V ac
Power frequency (AC models):
50/60 ±2 Hz
Power voltage (DC models):
21.6 to 26.4V dc
Vibration resistance:
2 m/s2
(10 to 60 Hz, in X, Y, Z directions for 2 hours each)
Shock resistance:
0 to 9.8 m/s2
Mounting angle:
(Reference level) ±10°
Transportation and storage conditions
Ambient temperature:
-20 to +70°C
Ambient humidity:
10 to 95%RH
Vibration resistance:
0 to 4.9 m/s2
(10 to 60 Hz, in X, Y, Z directions for 2 hours each)
Shock resistance:
0 to 490 m/s2 (3 times in vertical direction, when packaged.)
Package drop test:
Drop height 60 cm (Free drop from one corner, 3
edges, and 6 faces)
Other specifications
Rated power voltage (AC models):100 to 240V ac, 50/60 Hz
Rated power voltage (DC models):24V dc
Power interruption dead time:
20 ms min. (under operating conditions)
Insulation resistance:
50 MΩ min. between case or GND terminal and power
terminals using a 500V dc megger
Dielectric strength (AC models): 1500 V, 1 minute between case or GND terminal and
power terminals
8-8
Chapter 8
SPECIFICATIONS
Dielectric strength (DC models): 500 V, 1 minute between case or GND terminal and
power terminals
Power consumption (AC models): 18V A max. (at operating conditions)
Power consumption (DC models): 7.5 W max. (at operating conditions)
Weight:
SDC30 Approx. 400 g, SDC31 Approx. 500 g
Mounting:
Panel-mount
Terminal screw:
M3.5 self-up screw
Terminal screw tightening torque: 0.78 to 0.98 N•m{8 to 10 kgf•cm}
Attachment:
Mounting fixture set, product manual, industrial unit
seal
Mask color:
Dark gray
Case color:
Light gray
Mounting:
Permanent connection type unit, indoor mounting,
panel mounting
Applicable standards:
EN61010-1, EN50081-2, EN50082-2, EN61326
Installation category:
II (IEC664-1, EN61010-1)
Pollution degree:
2
8-9
Chapter 8
SPECIFICATIONS
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8-10
Chapter 9
Chapter 9
MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning:
Clean the instrument with a soft, dry cloth when it becomes
dirty.
Replacing Parts:
Only authorized personnel are allowed to replace parts.
Replacing Fuses:
In case of AC power supply models, when replacing fuses
provided on the power supply circuit, use only standard parts
specified below.
Standard
IEC127
Type
Time-lag (T)
Voltage rating
250 V
Current rating
0.5 A
9-1
Chapter 9
MAINTENANCE
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9-2
APPENDICES
APPENDICES
SDC 30/31 Setting Work Sheets
Description of Terms and Abbreviations
Appendix-1
APPENDICES
SDC30/31 Setting Work Sheets
Customer’s Name
Instrument Supervisor
Model No.
Sales Agent
C
3
Tag Name
Date
Day/Month/Year
1. Setup
Indication
Factory setting
Setup item
Setting by user
C 0 1
0
Key lock
0: No key lock
1: This setting (C01), settings relating to SP/EV/UF keys and mode can
be changed.
2: 1 above excluding event setting can be changed.
3: Only this setting (C01) can be changed.
C 0 1
C 02
0
Temperature unit
0: °C
1: °F
C 02
C 03
0
Control action
0: Reverse action
1: Direct action
C 03
C 04
0
PV input range
1 to 18:
Thermocouple input
20, 21, 30, 31:
Platinum resistance thermometer
40, 41, 45, 46, 50 to 52: Linear input
C 04
C 05
0
Decimal point position
0: With no decimal point
1: 1 decimal digit is indicated
2: 2 decimal digits are indicated
3: 3 decimal digits are indicated
C 05
C 06
0
Lower-limit of PV input range
(selected range lower-limit) to (PV upper-limit)
* In case of linear input, can be set from -1999.
C 06
C 07
0
Upper-limit of PV input range
(PV lower-limit) to (selected range upper-limit)
* In case of linear input, can be set to 9999.
C 07
Appendix-2
Example: 1 8 8 8
Example: 1 8 8 .8
Example: 1 8 .8 8
Example: 1 .8 8 8
APPENDICES
Indication
Factory setting
Setup item
Setting by user
C 08
0
SP setting system
0: Single SP
1: 2 SPs (SP0, SP1)
2: 3 SPs (SP0 to SP2)
3: 4 SPs (SP0 to SP3)
4: 5 SPs (SP0 to SP4)
5: 6 SPs (SP0 to SP5)
6: 7 SPs (SP0 to SP6)
7: 8 SPs (SP0 to SP7)
C 08
C 09
0
C 1 0
1000
C 1 1
0
Lower-limit of SP
(PV lower-limit) to (SP limit upper-limit)
C 09
Upper-limit of SP
(SP lower-limit) to (PV upper-limit)
C 1 0
Selection of output in case of PV abnormal
0: Output PID calculation results.
1: Output C12 setting.
Closed relay ON (in case of 2G model, C35=2)
2: Open relay ON (in case of 2G model, C35=2)
C 1 1
C 1 2
0
Control output at READY and PV abnormal
0 to 100% (0D, 6D, 2G)
-10 to +110% (5G)
C 1 2
C 1 3
0
Manual initial control output selection
0: Bump-less
1: Preset
C 1 3
C 1 4
0
Preset manual value
0 to 100% (0D, 6D, 2G)
-10 to +110% (5G)
C 1 4
C 15
0
C 1 6
0
Initial manipulated variable in PID operation
0 to 100%
C 15
PID operation initialize
0: AUTO
1: Initialize at SP (set) change or RSP/LSP switching
2: Do not initialize
C 1 6
C 1 7
0
Zone PID operation
0: OFF
1: ON
C 1 7
C 1 8
0
Control system selection
0: Normal PID control
1: Overshoot relaxation
2: Learning function status
3: Fixed learning status
C 1 8
C 1 9
0
Independent 2-degrees of freedom PID operation selection
0: Not used
1: Used
C 1 9
C 20
0
Neural network auto-tuning operation selection
0: Used
1: Not used
C 20
Appendix-3
APPENDICES
Indication
Factory setting
Setup item
Setting by user
C 2 1
C 2 1
0
Event 1 type
0: Event OFF
1: Deviation (direct action)
2: Deviation (reverse action)
3: PV (direct action)
4: PV (reverse action)
5: Absolute value deviation
(direct action)
6: Absolute value deviation
(reverse action)
7: SP (direct action)
8: SP (reverse action)
C 22
0
Event 1 standby operation selection
0: Standby OFF
1: Standby ON
C 22
C 23
0
C 24
0
Event 2 type
Same as event 1
C 23
Event 2 standby operation selection
Same as event 1
C 24
C 25
0
Event operation at READY
0: ON
1: OFF
C 25
C 26
0
Number of SPs selectable by external switch input
0: SP not selectable
2: Two SPs (SP0, SP1) selectable by RSW1
4: Four SPs (SP0 to SP3) selectable by RSW1 and RSW2
8: Eight SPs (SP0 to SP7) selectable by RSW1, RSW2 and RSW3
C 26
C 27
0
External switch input 1 function
0: No operation
1: RUN/READY
2: AUTO/MANUAL
3: LSP/RSP
4: STOP/START (auto-tuning)
5: PID direct/reverse (reverse of C03 setting when RSW is ON)
6: Reset/start (timer EV1)
7: Reset/start (timer EV2)
* (state when OFF)/(state when ON)
C 27
C 28
0
C 29
0
C 30
0
C 3 1
0
External switch input 2 function
Same as external switch input 1 function
C 28
External switch input 3 function
Same as external switch input 1 function
C 29
External switch input 4 function
Same as external switch input 1 function
C 30
Communication address
0 to 127
C 3 1
C 32
0
Transmission speed
0: 9600 bps
2:
1: 4800 bps
3:
C 32
Appendix-4
2400 bps
1200 bps
9: MV (direct action)
10: MV (reverse action)
11: Motor feedback (direct
action)
12: Motor feedback (reverse
action)
13: Control loop diagnosis
14: Timer (sec.)
15: Timer (min)
16: Alarm (direct action)
17: Alarm (reverse action)
18: Execution at inferred position
APPENDICES
Indication
Factory setting
Setup item
Setting by user
C 33
0
Communication code
0: 8 bits, even parity, 1 stop bit
1: 8 bits, no parity, 2 stop bits
C 33
C 34
0
C 35
0
Dead zone
0.5 to 25.0%
C 34
Modular control motor control method selection
0: MFB+inference
1: MFB
2: Inference
C 35
C 36
0
Modular control motor start of automatic adjustment
0: Non-adjusted state
1: Adjustment executed
C 36
C 37
1000
C 38
3000
Modular control motor fully closed adjusted value
0 to 9999
C 37
Modular control motor fully open adjusted value
0 to 9999
C 38
C 39
30
C 40
0
C 4 1
0
C 42
0
Modular control motor fully open/closed time
5 to 240 s
C 39
SP ramp up gradient
0 to 9999 unit (0.1 unit)/min (h)
C 40
SP ramp down gradient
0 to 9999 unit (0.1 unit)/min (h)
C 4 1
SP ramp time unit selection
0: Unit/min
1: 0.1 unit/min
2: Unit/h
3: 0.1 unit/h
C 42
C 43
5
C 44
0
Green belt
0 to 1/2 PV range
C 43
Auxiliary output type
0: PV
1: SP
2: Pre-bias RSP
3: RSP
4: MV
5: Motor valve opening
C 44
C 45
0
or
0.0
Value of signal source at 4 mA auxiliary output
-1999 to +9999 unit (C04=0, 1, 2, 3)
-199.9 to +999.9% (C04=4, 5)
C 45
C 46
1000
or
100.0
Value of signal source at 20 mA auxiliary output
-1999 to +9999 unit (C04=0, 1, 2, 3)
-199.9 to +999.9% (C04=4, 5)
C 46
Appendix-5
APPENDICES
Indication
Factory setting
Setup item
Setting by user
C 47
0
C 48
1000
RSP value at 0% input
-1999 to +9999 unit
C 47
RSP value at 100% input
-1999 to +9999 unit
C 48
C 49
0
Cold junction compensation operation selection
0: ON
1: OFF
C 49
C 50
0
C 51
0
Zener barrier adjustment
-20.00 to +20.00
C 50
Adjustment code
Do not change this factory setting.
C 51
0
Appendix-6
APPENDICES
2. Parameter
Indication
Factory setting
Bank:
Setup item
Setting by user
SP
SP
0
0
SP0 setting
(SP lower-limit) to (SP upper-limit)
SP
0
SP
1
0
SP1 setting
(SP lower-limit) to (SP upper-limit)
SP
1
SP
2
0
SP2 setting
(SP lower-limit) to (SP upper-limit)
SP
2
SP
3
0
SP3 setting
(SP lower-limit) to (SP upper-limit)
SP
3
SP
4
0
SP4 setting
(SP lower-limit) to (SP upper-limit)
SP
4
SP
5
0
SP5 setting
(SP lower-limit) to (SP upper-limit)
SP
5
SP
6
0
SP6 setting
(SP lower-limit) to (SP upper-limit)
SP
6
SP
7
0
SP7 setting
(SP lower-limit) to (SP upper-limit)
SP
7
Bank:
PI d0
P
5.0
I
120
d
30
OL
0
OH
100
Proportional band 0
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
P
Integral time 0
0 to 3600 s
I
Derivative rate 0
0 to 1200 s
d
MV lower-limit 0
0 to (MV upper-limit value) %
OL
MV upper limit 0
(MV lower-limit value) to 100%
OH
Appendix-7
APPENDICES
Indication
Factory setting
P
1
5.0
I
1
120
d
1
30
OL
1
0
OH
1
100
Proportional band 1
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
P
1
Integral time 1
0 to 3600 s
I
1
Derivative rate 1
0 to 1200 s
d
1
MV lower-limit 1
0 to (MV upper-limit value) %
OL
1
MV upper limit 1
(MV lower-limit value) to 100%
OH
1
Proportional band 2
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
P
2
Integral time 2
0 to 3600 s
I
2
Derivative rate 2
0 to 1200 s
d
2
MV lower-limit 2
0 to (MV upper-limit value) %
OL
2
MV upper limit 2
(MV lower-limit value) to 100%
OH
2
Proportional band 3
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
P
3
Integral time 3
0 to 3600 s
I
3
Derivative rate 3
0 to 1200 s
d
3
MV lower-limit 3
0 to (MV upper-limit value) %
OL
3
MV upper limit 3
(MV lower-limit value) to 100%
OH
3
PI d2
P
2
5.0
I
2
120
d
2
30
OL
2
0
OH
2
100
Bank:
Setting by user
PI d1
Bank:
Bank:
Setup item
PI d3
P
3
5.0
I
3
120
d
3
30
OL
3
0
OH
3
100
Appendix-8
APPENDICES
Indication
Factory setting
Bank:
4
5.0
I
4
120
d 4
120
OL
4
0
OH
4
100
Proportional band 4
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
P
4
Integral time 4
0 to 3600 s
I
4
Derivative rate 4
0 to 1200 s
d
4
MV lower-limit 4
0 to (MV upper-limit value) %
OL
4
MV upper limit 4
(MV lower-limit value) to 100%
OH
4
Proportional band 5
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
P
5
Integral time 5
0 to 3600 s
I
5
Derivative rate 5
0 to 1200 s
d
5
MV lower-limit 5
0 to (MV upper-limit value) %
OL
5
MV upper limit 5
(MV lower-limit value) to 100%
OH
5
Proportional band 6
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
P
6
Integral time 6
0 to 3600 s
I
6
Derivative rate 6
0 to 1200 s
d
6
MV lower-limit 6
0 to (MV upper-limit value) %
OL
6
MV upper limit 6
(MV lower-limit value) to 100%
OH
6
PI d5
P
5
5.0
I
5
120
d
5
30
OL
5
0
OH
5
100
Bank:
Setting by user
PI d4
P
Bank:
Setup item
PI d6
P
6
5.0
I
6
120
d
6
30
OL
6
0
OH
6
100
Appendix-9
APPENDICES
Indication
Factory setting
Bank:
Setting by user
PI d7
P
7
5.0
I
7
120
d 7
120
OL
7
0
OH
7
100
Bank:
Setup item
Proportional band 7
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
P
7
Integral time 7
0 to 3600 s
I
7
Derivative rate 7
0 to 1200 s
d
7
MV lower-limit 7
0 to (MV upper-limit value) %
OL
7
MV upper limit 7
(MV lower-limit value) to 100%
OH
7
PI dR
P
R
5.0
Proportional band r (RSP)
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
P
R
I
R
30
Integral time r (RSP)
0 to 3600 s
I
R
Derivative rate r (RSP)
0 to 1200 s
D
R
MV lower-limit r (RSP)
0 to (MV upper-limit value) %
OL
R
MV upper limit r
(MV lower-limit value) to 100%
OH
R
D R
120
OL
R
0
OH
R
100
Bank:
PI 50
dP
0
5.0
Proportional band for inhibiting external disturbance 0
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
dP
0
DI
0
120
Integral time for inhibiting external disturbance 0
0 to 3600 s
DI
0
Dd
0
30
Derivative time for inhibiting external disturbance 0
0 to 1200 s
Dd
0
Appendix-10
APPENDICES
Indication
Factory setting
Bank:
Setup item
Setting by user
PI 51
dP
1
5.0
Proportional band for inhibiting external disturbance 1
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
dP
1
DI
1
120
Integral time for inhibiting external disturbance 1
0 to 3600 s
DI
1
Dd
1
30
Derivative time for inhibiting external disturbance 1
0 to 1200 s
Dd
1
Bank:
PI 52
dP
2
5.0
Proportional band for inhibiting external disturbance 2
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
dP
2
DI
2
120
Integral time for inhibiting external disturbance 2
0 to 3600 s
DI
2
Dd
2
30
Derivative time for inhibiting external disturbance 2
0 to 1200 s
Dd
2
Bank:
PI 53
dP
3
5.0
Proportional band for inhibiting external disturbance 3
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
dP
3
DI
3
120
Integral time for inhibiting external disturbance 3
0 to 3600 s
DI
3
Dd
3
30
Derivative time for inhibiting external disturbance 3
0 to 1200 s
Dd
3
Bank:
PI 54
dP
4
5.0
Proportional band for inhibiting external disturbance 4
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
dP
4
DI
4
120
Integral time for inhibiting external disturbance 4
0 to 3600 s
DI
4
Dd
4
30
Derivative time for inhibiting external disturbance 4
0 to 1200 s
Dd
4
Appendix-11
APPENDICES
Indication
Factory setting
Bank:
Setup item
Setting by user
PI 55
dP
5
5.0
Proportional band for inhibiting external disturbance 5
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
dP
5
DI
5
120
Integral time for inhibiting external disturbance 5
0 to 3600 s
DI
5
Dd
5
30
Derivative time for inhibiting external disturbance 5
0 to 1200 s
Dd
5
Bank:
PI 56
dP
6
5.0
Proportional band for inhibiting external disturbance 6
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
dP
6
DI
6
120
Integral time for inhibiting external disturbance 6
0 to 3600 s
DI
6
Dd
6
30
Derivative time for inhibiting external disturbance 6
0 to 1200 s
Dd
6
Bank:
PI 57
dP
7
5.0
Proportional band for inhibiting external disturbance 7
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
dP
7
DI
7
120
Integral time for inhibiting external disturbance 7
0 to 3600 s
DI
7
Dd
7
30
Derivative time for inhibiting external disturbance 7
0 to 1200 s
Dd
7
Bank:
DI SR
dP
R
5.0
Proportional band for inhibiting external disturbance r (RSP)
0.0 to 999.9% (0D, 6D)
0.1 to 999.9% (5G, 2G)
dP
R
DI
R
120
Integral time for inhibiting external disturbance r (RSP)
0 to 3600 s
DI
R
Dd
R
30
Derivative time for inhibiting external disturbance r (RSP)
0 to 1200 s
Dd
R
Appendix-12
APPENDICES
Indication
Factory setting
Bank:
Setup item
Setting by user
PARA
HYS1
5
EV1 hysteresis
0 to 100 U
HYS1
DL
EV1 ON delay time
0 to 9999 s
DL
HYS2
5
EV2 hysteresis
0 to 100 unit
HYS2
DL
EV2 ON delay time
0 to 9999 s
DL
FI L T
0 .0
PV filter
0.0 to 120.0 s
FI L T
PBI A
0
PV bias
-1000 to +1000 unit
PBI A
RBI A
0
RSP bias
-1999 to +9999 unit
RBI A
CYCL
10
Time-proportional output cycle time
5 to 120 s (0D)
1 to 120 s (6D)
CYCL
OvTL
100 .0
MV rate-of-change limit
0.0 to 100.0%
OvTL
ZN 1
100 .0
Zone 1
0.0 to 100.0%
ZN
1
ZN 2
100 .0
Zone 2
0.0 to 100.0%
ZN
2
ZN 3
100 .0
Zone 3
0.0 to 100.0%
ZN
3
ZN 4
100 .0
Zone 4
0.0 to 100.0%
ZN
4
ZN 5
100 .0
Zone 5
0.0 to 100.0%
ZN
5
ZN 6
100 .0
Zone 6
0.0 to 100.0%
ZN
6
ZN 7
100 .0
Zone 7
0.0 to 100.0%
ZN
7
Bank:
1
0
2
0
1
2
ZONE
Appendix-13
APPENDICES
3. SP/EV/UF
Indication
Factory setting
SP
0
Setup item
Setting by user
SP value
(SP lower-limit) to (SP upper-limit)
* Single SP [C08=0]
SP
SP
0
0
SP set
0 to (C08 setting)
* Multi-SP [C08=1 to 7]
SP
0
SP
0
0
SP value of selected SP set
(SP lower-limit) to (SP upper-limit)
* Multi-SP [C08=1 to 7]
SP
0
E 1
0
E2
0
Appendix-14
Event output 1 setting
- (PV range span)/2 to (PV range span)/2
: Deviation
(PV range lower-limit) to (PV range upper-limit) : PV
0 to (PV range span)/2
: Absolute value deviation
(SP lower-limit) to (SP (upper-limit)
: SP
-10.0 to +110.0%
: MV (5G)
0.0 to 100.0%
: MV (0D, 6D, 2G)
0.0 to 100.0%
: Motor valve opening
0.0 to 100.0%
: Control loop diagnosis
1 to 9999
: Timer (sec., min)
Setting not possible : Alarm, execution at inferred position
E 1
Event output 2 setting
* See “Event output 1 setting” above.
E2
APPENDICES
Description on Terms and Abbreviations
AT:
Auto tuning. The numerics of PID are automatically adjusted optimum
values.
DISP:
Display. The indicated contents of the indicators are changed by pressing the DISP key.
OL:
Output Low. Lower input of output. A minimum limit value of output
is set.
OH:
Output High. Upper limit of output. A maximum limit value of output
is set.
PARA:
Parameter. Variable which determines the operating conditions of this
instrument.
PID:
P (Proportioning) .... Proportional action
I (Integral) ............... Integral action or reset action
D (Derivative) ......... Derivative action or rate action
PV:
Process variable. Measured value of thermocouple, resistance thermometer bulb, or linear input, etc.
MV:
Manipulated Variable. This variable is the output of the instrument that
is to be controlled, and indicates the output state during ON/OFF control.
SP:
Set Point. This is the set point when controlling set values, for example,
the temperature.
Setup:
To set the operating conditions of this instrument such as an input range
or control action according to how to use an associated equipment.
Differential:
Differential gap in ON/OFF control action.
A differential value between control output on point and OFF point.
This prevents the control output from turning ON/OFF on a short cycle
when a PV becomes equal to an SP.
Hysteresis:
This refers to the differential during event action, or more specifically
to the difference between the value by which the event status changes
from OFF to ON, and the value by which the event status changes from
ON to OFF.
This is indicated as "←HYS→" in figures in this manual.
EV:
Event EV indicates the set value of the event function. The "event function " is the ON-OFF signal function that is output depending on the
control status.
EV followed by a number (e.g. EV1, EV2) indicates the corresponding
event No. for the event function.
U:
Unit. This indicates the minimum digit of the selected PV input range.
For example, the minimum digit when K0.0 to 800.0 is selected is 0.1°C.
Appendix-15
APPENDICES
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Appendix-16
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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