ENDA EUC742 PID UNIVERSAL CONTROLLER

ENDA EUC742 PID UNIVERSAL CONTROLLER
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ENDA EUC742 PID UNIVERSAL CONTROLLER
Thank you for choosing ENDA EUC742 universal controller.
* 72 x 72mm sized.
* Selectable sensor type.
* Selectable 0-20mA or 4-20mA input.
* Automatic calculation of PID parameters (SELF TUNE).
EUC 742
PV
Enter PID parameters of the system if they are known at the beginning.
Otherwise, Self-Tune should be activated.
* Soft-Start.
* Communication vai RS-485 ModBus protocol (Optional).
* Selectable analog, SSR or relay control output.
* Selectable 0-20mA or 4-20mA analog control output.
* Relay output can be programmable as second alarm or control output.
* AL1 relay output for first alarm out.
* Selectable Heat/Cool control.
* Input offset feature.
* In the case of sensor failure periodical running or relay state can be
selected.
* Parameter access protection on 3 levels.
* Programming by using keypad or Modbus.
* CE marked according to European Norms.
SV
CNT/AL2
AN/SSR
AL1
SET
CSET
ASET
ENDA
UNIVERSAL CONTROLLER
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Input type
Pt 100 Resistance Thermometer
Pt 100 Resistance Thermometer
J (Fe-CuNi) Thermocouple
K (NiCr-Ni) Thermocouple
T (Cu-CuNi) Thermocouple
S (Pt/0Rh-Pt) Thermocouple
R (Pt13Rh-Pt) Thermocouple
0-20 mA
4-20 mA
EN 60751
EN 60751
EN 60584
EN 60584
EN 60584
EN 60584
EN 60584
EN 60584
EN 60584
Temperature range
°F
°C
-200...600 °C
-328... +1112 °F
-99.9...300.0 °C
-99.9...+543.0°F
0... 600 °C
+32... +1112 °F
0...1200°C
+32... +2192 °F
0... 400°C
+32... +752 °F
0...1600°C
+32... +2912 °F
0...1600°C
+32... +2912°F
-999...4000
-999...4000
Accuracy
0,2% (of full scale)
0,2% (of full scale)
0,2% (of full scale)
0,2% (of full scale)
0,2% (of full scale)
0,2% (of full scale)
0,2% (of full scale)
0,2% (of full scale)
0,2% (of full scale)
1 digit
1 digit
1 digit
1 digit
1 digit
1 digit
1 digit
1 digit
1 digit
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Ambient/storage temperature 0 ... +50°C/-25... +70°C (with no icing)
Max. Relative humidity
80% up to 31°C decreasing linearly 50% at 40°C .
According to EN 60529
Front panel : IP65
Rated pollution degree
Rear panel : IP20
Height
Max. 2000m
Do not use the device in locations subject to corrosive and flammable gases.
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Supply
Power consumption
Wiring
Line resistance
Data retention
EMC
Safety requirements
230V AC +10% -20%, 50/60Hz or 24V AC ±10%, 50/60Hz.
Max. 7VA
2.5mm² screw-terminal connections
For thermocouple max.100ohm, for 3 wired Pt 100 max. 20ohm
EEPROM (minimum 10 years)
EN 61326-1: 1997, A1: 1998, A2: 2001 (Performance criterion B for standard EN 61000-4-3)
EN 61010-1: 2001 (Pollution degree 2, overvoltage category II)
OUTPUTS
CONT./AL2
AL1
ANL/SSR
Life expectancy for relay
Relay : 250V AC, 2A ( for resistive load), NO/NC. Selectable as Control or Alarm2 output.
Relay : 250V AC, 2A ( for resistive load), NO/NC selectable. (Alarm1 output).
Selectable as 0-20mA, 4-20mA analog output or logic control output.
Mechanical 30.000.000 operation; Electrical 300.000 operation
CONTROL
Control type
Control algorithm
A/D converter
Sampling time
Proportional band
Integral time
Derivative time
Control period
Hysteresis
Output power
Single set-point and alarm control
On-Off / P, PI, PD, PID (selectable)
15 bits
500ms
Adjustable between 0% and 100%. If Pb=0%, On-Off control is selected.
Adjustable between 0.0 and 100.0 minutes
Adjustable between 0.00 and 25.00 minutes
Adjustable between 1 and 250 seconds
Adjustable between 1 and 50°C/F
The ratio of power at a set point can be adjusted between 0% and 100%
HOUSING
Housing type
Dimensions
Weight
Enclosure material
Suitable for flush-panel mounting according to DIN 43 700.
W72xH72xD97mm
Approx. 395g (after packing)
Self extinguishing plastics.
While cleaning the device, solvents (thinner, benzine, acid etc.) or corrosive materials must not be used.
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SET
SET
If
CSET
key is pressed while holding
ASET
ASET
key, the programming mode is enabled.
CSET
Con.o.
ASET
ASET
Pb
4
Pb = Proportional band.
Adjustable between 0% and 100%
Setting Pb = 0% On-Off control is
selected.
tI
4.0
Ti = Integral time.
A1.Hy.
2
ASET
A1.Hy. = Hysteresis of the Alarm1
output.
Adjustable between 1 and 50°C.
InP.
FE.cn.
A1.tP. =
Adjustable between 0.0 and 100.0 minutes.
If ti = 0.0, integral effect is not used.
Setting Pb = 0 this parameter is not seen.
td = Derivative time.
td
1.00
Adjustable between 0.00 and 25.00 minutes.
If td = 0.00, derivation effect is not used.
Setting Pb = 0 this parameter is not seen.
A1.tp.
IndE.
A1.St.
HI.
Ct = Control period.
Adjustable between 1 and 250 seconds.
Setting Pb = 0 and C.ot.S.= Out1 this
parameter is not seen.
Ct
20
P.SEt. = The ratio of output power at the set
point.Adjustable between 0% and 100%.
If this parameter is set to 0, the output power
becomes 0 at the set point. If it is adjusted to
50% output power becomes 50% at the set
point. Using this parameter the energy
requirements of the system is adjusted at the
set point. So the set point can be achieved by
minimum fluctuations and in the shortest time.
Setting Pb = 0, this parameter is not seen.
P.SEt.
0
C.HYS.
C.HyS.
2
= Hysteresis of the control output.
Adjustable between 1 and 50 °C/F.
Adjustable between 0,1 and 50 °C/F ,if inp=Pt.0
Setting Pb = 0 this parameter is seen.
C.StA. = Configuration of the control output.
C.StA. = HEAt means heating control.
C.StA. = cooL means cooling control.
C.StA.
HEAt
A1.P.e.
on
A2.Hy.
2
control output during a sensor failure.
Adjustable between 0% and 100%.
If this parameter is adjusted to a value closer to
the energy requirements of the system at the set
point, process temperature is prevented to rise or
drop to dangerous levels.
C.ot.S. = Type of control output
out1 = Out1 control output.
0-20 = Analog control output.
( 0mA %0 energy, 20mA %100 energy )
Out1 = Alarm2 output.
4-20 = Analog control output.
( 4mA %0 energy, 20mA %100 energy )
Out1 = Alarm2 output.
s.s.r = SSR control output.
Out1=Alarm2 output.
C.oT.S.
Out1
A2.tp.
IndE.
A2.St.
HI.
A2.P.e.
oFF
S.S.t.S. = Soft Start timer set point value
This parameter indicates the time to reach set
point value when the device is first energized.
Adjustable between 0 and 250 minutes.
If 0 is selected, soft start feature will be enable
and the device reaches set point value quickly.
NOTE! Setting Pb = 0, sotf start feature will be
disable.
S.S.T.S.
0
Function of Alarm1 output.
Four kinds of functions can be
selected.
indE. = Independent
dE. = Deviation
bAnd = Band
bAn.i. = Band with inhibition
A1.St. =
The state of Alarm1.
If independent or deviation alarm is
selected, this parameter can be Lo.
and Hi.. For Lo. alarm output is
energized below the alarm set point.
For Hi. alarm output is energized
above the alarm set point. If band
alarm is selected, this parameter can
be bIHI or boHI. bIHI means
alarm is activated inside the
band.boHI means alarm is activated
outside the band.
C.Hi.L. = Set point upper limit.
If InP. or UnIt. parameters are changed, the maximum
value of the C.Hi.L. parameter changes to the maximum
scale value of the selected input. The minimum value is
the value of C.Lo.L. parameter.
C.Lo.L.
0
C.LoL. = Set point lower limit.
If InP. or UnIt. parameters are changed, the minimum
value of the C.Lo.L. parameter changes to the minimum
scale value of the selected input. The maximum value is
the value of C.Hi.L. parameter.
A1.p.e. = State of Alarm1 output in
the case of sensor failure.
If A1.p.e.= On , the alarm output is
energized during the sensor failure.
If A1.p.e.= oFF, the alarm output is not
energized during the sensor failure.
oFFS.
0
A2.Hy. = Hysteresis of the Alarm2
output.
Adjustable between 1 and 50°C.
NOTE! If C.ot.S. =.out1, this
parameter is not seen.
Unit.
°C
Function of Alarm2 output.
Four kinds of functions can be
selected.
indE. = Independent
dE. = Deviation
bAnd = Band
bAn.i. = Band with inhibition
NOTE! If C.ot.S. = .out1, this
parameter is not seen.
A2.St. = The state of Alarm2.
If independent or deviation alarm is
selected, this parameter can be Lo.
and Hi.. For Lo. alarm output is
energized below the alarm set point.
For Hi. alarm output is energized
above the alarm set point. If band
alarm is selected, this parameter can
be bIHI or boHI. bIHI means
alarm is activated inside the
band.boHI means alarm is activated
outside the band.
NOTE! If C.ot.S. = .out1, this
parameter is not seen.
A2.p.e. = State of Alarm2 output in
the case of sensor failure.
If A2.p.e.= On, the alarm output is
energized during the sensor failure.
If A2.p.e.= oFF, the alarm output is not
energized during the sensor failure.
NOTE! If C.ot.S. = .out1, this
parameter is not seen.
inP. = Type of input and scale.
Pt = Pt 100 -200 to +600°C
Pt.0 = Pt 100 -99.0 to +300.0°C
FE.cn. = J (Iron vs. Copper-Nickel) 0 to +600°C
nc.nA. = K (Nickel-Cr.vs. Nickel-Alum.) 0 to +1200°C
c.cn. = T (Copper vs. Copper-Nickel) 0 to +400°C
P10.r. = S (Platinum-10%Rhodium vs. Pt.) 0 to +1600°C
P13.r. = R (Platinum-13%Rhodium vs. Pt.) 0 to +1600°C
0-20 = 0-20 mA -999 to 3000
4-20 = 4-20 mA -999 to 3000
Note : If the selected input type is changed, the value of
C.Hi.L, C.Lo.L , A.Hi.L., A.Lo.L. parameters changes
automatically.
C.Hi.L.
600
A2.tP. =
Pr.Er. = This parameter is used to adjust the
Pr.Er.
0
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ConF.
ALr.o.
A1.H.L.
600
A1.L.L.
0
A2.H.L.
600
A2.L.L.
0
fL.Co.
5
oFFS. = Offset value.
Offset value is added to the measurement value.
Adjusted between -99 and +99°C.
The normal value is 0.
UnIt = The temperature unit.
Selectable as °C or °F.
Note : If the temperature unit is changed, the value of
the UPL., Lol., A.UP.L., A.Lo.L. Parameters changes
automatically.
NOTE! IfInp parameter is selected TC or Pt100, this
parameter is seen.
A1.H.L = Alarm1 value upper limit.
If InP. or UnIt. parameters are changed, the maximum
value of the A1.H.L. parameter changes to the maximum
scale value of the selected input type. Minimum of
A1.H.L. parameter is the value of A1.L.L. parameter.
A1.L.L.
= Alarm1 value lower limit.
If InP. or UnIt. parameters are changed, the minimum
value of the A1.L.L. parameter changes to the minimum
scale value of the selected input type. The maximum
value is the value of A1.H.L. parameter.
A2.H.L
= Alarm2 value upper limit.
If InP. or UnIt. parameters are changed, the maximum
value of the A2.H.L. parameter changes to the maximum
scale value of the selected input type. Minimum of
A2.H.L. parameter is the value of A2.L.L. parameter.
NOTE! If C.ot.S. = .out1, this parameter is not seen.
A2.L.L.
= Alarm2 value lower limit.
If InP. or UnIt. parameters are changed, the minimum
value of the A2.L.L. parameter changes to the minimum
scale value of the selected input type. The maximum
value is the value of A2.H.L. parameter.
NOTE! If C.ot.S. = .out1, this parameter is not seen.
fL.Co. = Coefficient of digital filter.
Filter for display value.
Adjustable between 1 and 32. If this parameter is 1,
digital filter runs most quick. If the parameter is 31, the
filter run most slow. The value of parameter should be
increased in interference.
A.o.L.L. =Minimum analog output value (%
output) ,adjustable between 0 and 100.
A.o.L.L.
ConF. Page 3/5
A.o.H.L. =Maximum
analog output value (%
output) ,adjustable between 0 and 100.
A.o.H.L.
Modification of Parameter
C.HyS.
6
SET
CSET
C.HyS.
6
SET
CSET
C.HyS.
5
C.HyS.
6
SET
CSET
SET
CSET
SET
When holding
key, the value of parameter flashes and using
keys the requested value can be adjusted.
CSET
If
key is pressed and held 0.6 seconds, the value of the selected parameter changes rapidly. If waited enough,
the value increases 100 at each step. After 1 second following the release of the key, initial condition is returned.
The same procedure is valid for the decrement key.
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Entering from the programming mode to the run mode:
If no key is pressed within 20 seconds during programming mode, the data is stored automatically and the run mode is entered.
SET
SET
Alternatively, the same function occurs first pressing
key and then pressing
ASET
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S.tun.
SECU.
ASET
ASET
ASET
Before starting sef-tune
procedure, be sure A.tun
parameter is YES
in the SECU menu.
U.sC.H.
4000
d.pnt.
0
U.sC.l. = Lower scale value for mA inputs.
Adjustable between -999 and the (U.sC.H. - 100)
NOTE! If Inp is selected one of the mA input types, this
parameter is seen.
U.sC.H. = Upper scale value for mA inputs.
Adjustable between (U.sC.l. + 100) and 4000.
NOTE! If Inp is selected one of the mA input types, this
parameter is seen.
d.pnt. = Decimal point for mA inputs.
Adjustable between 0 and 2.
NOTE! If Inp is selected one of the mA input types, this
parameter is seen.
d.adr.
d.adr.
1
baud
off
S.Str.
run
S.cod. =
S.cod.
0
ConF. Page 2/5
U.sC.l.
-999
CSET
keys together.
CSET ASET
= Device address.
Adjusable between 1 and 247. Difference addresses
should be selected for every device.
Security menu access
code.
It should be 666.
A.Con.
P.yES
A.Con. = Parameters of CoN.o menu
access level code.
nonE = Invisible
P.yES = Modification can be done.
P. no = Only visible.
A.ALr.
P.yES
A.ALr.. = Parameters of ALr.o
menu access level code.
nonE = Invisible
P.yES = Modification can be done.
P. no = Only visible.
A.CNF.
P.yES
A.CNf. = Parameters of ConF. menu
access level code.
nonE = Invisible
P.yES = Modification can be done.
P. no = Only visible.
A.tun.
yES
A.tun. = Parameters of S.tun. menu
access level code.
no = Invisible
yES = Self tune can be done.
Baud= Modbus baud rate.
Selectable 1200, 2400, 4800 and 9600.
If baud= off, Modbus communication will be disable.
SET
CSET
S.Str.
run
SET
CSET
Process value is
equal or lower than
60%of the set point ?
No
70
TE.Hý.
When process value decreases
appropriate temperature
to self tune
press and hold
Yes
25
REdY.
25
Pýd.t.
Press
any key
After
PID is
calculated
25
P.SE.t.
Press any key
to deactivate
the self-tune procedure.
SET
key, run message flashes. Then when
While holding
key is pressed, self tune mode is entered if there is no probe failure. If process value is
CSET
appropriate to begin self tune, rEdY. message flashes. Then press any key to see Pid.t. message and self tune procedure begins.
Process value must be equal or lower than 60%of the setpoint to begin self tune procedure. If not, tE.Hi. message flashes and device waits to decrease
appropriate temperature to begin self tune. Then rEdY. message flashes and press any key to begin sellf tune procedure.
Before self tune procedure, A.tun. parameter must be selected yES from the SECU menu.If self tune is achieved A.tun. parameter becomes no automatically
and S.tun menu is canceled. Before self tune procedure, temperature setpoint value should be adjusted. When self tune procedure begins with no failure,
Pid.t. message flashes and remains during the calculation of PID parameters. When PID parameters are calculated, P.SE.t. message flashes. Then the device
heats until setpoint value according to PID parameters and calculates the energy requirement for stable temperature and writes P.SE.t. parameter as %and run
mode enters.
If any key is pressed while Pid.t. message flashes, self tune prosedure is deactivated before calculation of PID parameters. If any key is pressed while P.SE.t.
message flashes, then self tune prosedure is deactivated as PID parameters are calculated and P.SE.t. parameter is done 0.
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ASET
TERMS
EUC 742
PV
( 1 ) Process value during normal operation
Mnemonic parameter code during programming
( 2 ) Set point during normal operation.
SV
CNT/AL2
(7)
Data value during programming
AN/SSR
( 3 ) Increment key during normal operation and programming
Parameter selection key during programming
( 4 ) Decrement key during normal operation
AL1
SET
If only this key is pressed in normal operation, software version number is seen.
Parameter selection key during programming
ASET
CSET
ENDA
( 5 ) Alarm set key during normal operation
Menu selection key during programming
UNIVERSAL CONTROLLER
( 6 ) Control set key during normal operation
Parameter selection key during programming
( 1 ) PV display
( 2 ) SV display
4 digits 7 segment red LED
4 digits 7 segment yellow LED
PV display :14 mm
SV display :10 mm
Micro switch
Character heights
( 3 ),( 4 ),( 5 ),( 6 ) Keypad
( 7 ) State indicator
3 red LEDs for Control, Alarm1 and SSR outputs
ALARM1 AND ALARM2 OUTPUT TYPES
Independent Alarm
A1.tP.=indE
SV
Band Alarm
A1.tP.= bAnd
Deviation Alarm
A1.tP.= DE.
SV
ON
SV
ON
ON
OFF
OFF A.StA.= Hi
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF A.StA.= Lo
OFF
a1.Hy.
A1.St.= boHi
OFF
A1.Hy.
A1.Hy..
A1.Hy.
SV-ASV
ASV
SV+ASV +300
(ASV min = beginning of scale -300
ASV max = end of scale)
(ASV min. =-300, ASV max. = +300)
(IfinP = Pt..0, ASV min. = -30.0,
ASV max. = +30.0)
SV = Set point of CONT output
ASV = Set point of alarm output
A1.St.= biHi
SV+ASV
300
300
SV =Set point of CONT output
ASV = Set point of AL1 output
(ASV min. = 0, ASV max. = +300)
(IfinP = Pt..0, ASV min. = 0.0, ASV max. = +30.0)
Band Alarm With Inhibition
A1.tP.= BAn.i.
SV+ASV
SV+ASV
SV
SV
SV-ASV
SV-ASV
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Band alarm is possible
Band alarm is possible
Beginning
Beginning
of procedure
of procedure
SV =Set point of CONT output ASV = Set point of AL1 output (ASV min. = 0, ASV max. = 300 )
MODIFICATION OF CONTROL AND ALARM SET POINTS
130
150
PV
C.SEt
150
SET
SV
CSET
PV
SET
SV
CSET
C.SEt
149
PV
SET
SV
CSET
C.SEt
150
PV
When CSET is released, it
returns to normal operation.
SET
SV
CSET
SET
key until the massage C.Set appears on the display. Then, the value is adjusted by using
First, press and hold
keys.
CSET
PV
A1.sE.
250
SV
ASET
First, press and hold
ASET
ASET
A1.sE.
249
PV
SV
ASET
A1.sE.
250
PV
SV
ASET
When ASET is released, it
returns to normal operation.
keys. .
key, alarm setpoint value appears on the display. Then, the value is adjusted by using
If C.ot.S different from out1. Alarm1 and Alarm2 setpoint values can be adjusted in sequence when per press
key.
ASET
NOTE: The maximum of C.SEt is the value of C.Hi.L. parameter and the minimum of it is the value of C.Lo.L. parameter.
If independent alarm is selected, A1.SE. and A2.SE.values can be adjusted between the limits of the full scale.
If deviation alarm is selected, A1.SE. and A2.SE. values can be adjusted between -300 and +300.
If band alarm is selected, A1.SE. and A2.SE. values can be adjusted between 0 and +300.
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Error Messages
PV
SV
150
Temperature value is
higher than the scale
PV
----
SV
150
Temperature value is
lower than the scale
PFA
150
PV
SV
Temperature sensor
is broken or over temperature
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PSC
150
PV
SV
Pt 100 or a sensor
line is short circuited
EUC742-E-02-R
Depth
DIMENSIONS
97mm
EUC 742
2
78mm
72mm
PV
SV
CNT/AL2
AN/SSR
AL1
SET
CSET
ASET
ENDA
UNIVERSAL CONTROLLER
Connection
Cables
2
75mm
+0.7
68
mm
mm
1
1
Panel cut-out
For removing mounting clamps:
- Push the flush-mounting
clamp in direction 1 as
shown in the figure left.
- Then, pull out the clamp in
direction 2.
68
+0.7
Flush mounting
clamp
84mm
Panel
Rubber packing
Note 1) While panel mounting, additional distance required
for connection cables should be considered.
2) Panel thickness should be maximum 10mm.
3) If there is no 90mm free space at back side of the device,
it would be difficult to remove it from the panel.
CONNECTION DIAGRAM
ENDA EUC742 is intended for installation in control panels. Make sure that the device is used only for intended
purpose. The shielding must be grounded on the instrument side. During an installation, all of the cables that are
connected to the device must be free of energy. The device must be protected against inadmissible humidity,
vibrations, severe soiling and make sure that the operation temperature is not exceeded. All input and output lines
that are not connected to the supply network must be laid out as shielded and twisted cables. These cables should
not be close to the power cables or components. The installation and electrical connections must be carried on by
a qualified staff and must be according to the relevant locally applicable regulations.
11
2
2+
A
3- B
5
14
6
5
15
6
+
-
ANL/SSR
OUT
AL1
AC 250V 2A
RESISTIVE
LOAD
7
16
8
17
9
14
15
16
Note 1) Mains supply cords shall meet
the requirements of IEC 60227 or
IEC 60245.
2) In accordance with the safety
regulations, the power supply
switch shall bring the identification
of the relevant instrument and it
should be easily accessible by the
17
+
Pt 100
7
12
13
CONT./AL2
AC 250V 2A
RESISTIVE
LOAD
RS-485
COM.
4
13
4
Logic output of the instrument is not
electrically insulated from the
internal circuits. Therefore, when
using a grounding thermocouple, do
not connect the logic output
terminals to the ground.
11
RS- 485
12
3
230V AC +10% -20%
50/60Hz 7VA
-
TC
(mA inp).
SN: XXXXXXXXX
8
ENDA INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS
9
EUC742-230VAC-RS
PID UNIVERSAL CONTROLLER
Temperature compansation
sensor
NOTE :
Fuse
F 100 mA
250V AC
SUPPLY :
184-253V or
99-121V AC
11
12
Holding screw
0.4-0.5Nm
switch
230V ,110V or 24V AC
Supply
Line
Neutral
Fuse should
be connected.
Cable size: 1,5mm²
+
SENSOR INPUT :
TC
For J-K-T-S-R type thermocouple :
Use suitable compensation cables. Don't use
jointed cables. Pay attention to the polarities
of the thermocouple cables as shown in the
figure right are connected to the .
For resistance thermometer :
When 2 wired Pt 100 is used, terminals 7
and 8 must be short circuited.
Equipment is protected throughout
by DOUBLE INSULATION.
8
-
9
+
0-20mA or
4-20mA input -
+
8
9
+
-
7
Pt 100
8
9
SÝSEL MÜHENDÝSLÝK ELEKTRONÝK SAN. VE TÝC. A.Þ.
Yukarý Dudullu Barbaros Cd. Kutup Sok. No:20 34775 - ÜMRANÝYE/ÝSTANBUL-TÜRKÝYE
Tel : +90 216 499 46 64 Pbx. Fax : +90 216 365 74 01
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url : www.enda.com.tr
Order Code : EUC742-      - 
1
1- Supply Voltage
230VAC...230V AC
110VAC...110V AC
24VAC.....24V AC
SM...........9-30V DC / 7-24V AC
2
2- Modbus Option
RS........RS-485 Modbus communication
None....Don’t support RS-485 Modbus communication
EUC742-E-02-R
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