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User’s Manual

S I I N G L L E E L L O O P P I I D C O N T R O L L L L E E R w i i t t h A U T O T U N E E

5 0 4 0

Masibus Automation & Instrumentation Pvt. Ltd.

B/30, GIDC Electronics Estate,

Sector-25, Gandhinagar-382044, Gujarat, India

+91 79 23287275-82

Email: [email protected]

Web: www.masibus.com

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Contents

1. INTRODUCTION .................................................................................. 4

Foreword ................................................................................................................ 4

Notice ..................................................................................................................... 4

Trademarks ............................................................................................................ 4

Checking the Contents of the Package .................................................................. 4

Product Ordering Code .......................................................................................... 4

List of Accessories ................................................................................................. 5

Safety Precautions ................................................................................................. 5

2. INSTALLATION DETAILS .................................................................. 6

2.1 How to Install .................................................................................................... 6

2.2 External Dimensions and Panel Cutout Dimensions ....................................... 7

2.3 How to connect wires ...................................................................................... 8

3. HARDWARE SPECIFICATION DETAILS ........................................... 9

3.1 Inputs............................................................................................................... 9

3.2 Display & Keys .............................................................................................. 10

3.3 Output............................................................................................................ 10

3.4 Communication Details .................................................................................. 11

3.5 Power Supply ................................................................................................ 12

3.6 Physical ......................................................................................................... 12

3.7 Environmental ............................................................................................... 12

4. WIRING DIAGRAM ........................................................................... 13

4.1 BACK PLATE WIRING DETAIL .................................................................... 13

4.2 TRASMITTED POWER SUPPLY WIRING DIAGRAM .................................. 14

4.3 VALVE POSITION FEEDBACK WIRING ...................................................... 14

5. FRONT PANEL DETAILS ................................................................. 15

5.1 Key Function Description ............................................................................... 16

6. MENU LAYOUT ................................................................................ 18

6.1 RUN TIME INDICATION/FUNCTION ............................................................ 18

6.2 Set Point Setting ............................................................................................ 18

6.3 LEVEL - 1 ...................................................................................................... 18

6.4 LEVEL - 2 ...................................................................................................... 19

6.5 LEVEL - 3 ...................................................................................................... 22

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6.6 LEVEL - 4 ...................................................................................................... 24

6.7 LEVEL – 5 ..................................................................................................... 26

6.8 Calibration ..................................................................................................... 27

6.9 Factory Reset Parameters ............................................................................. 28

7. PARAMETER FLOW CHART ............................................................ 30

8. ALARMS & DIGITAL OUTPUTS ........................................................ 33

9. DIGITAL INPUTS .............................................................................. 36

10. CONTROL FUNCTION DETAILS .................................................... 37

11. CALIBRATION PROCEDURE.......................................................... 42

11.1 Ambient temperature adjustment ................................................................ 42

11.2 PV input sensor calibration .......................................................................... 42

11.3 Remote set point calibration ........................................................................ 43

11.4 Position Feedback Calibration ..................................................................... 43

11.5 Retransmission output calibration (Voltage/current output) ......................... 44

11.6 Control output calibration (current output) ................................................... 44

12. COMMUNICATION DETAILS.......................................................... 45

12.1 Function codes use for Modbus .................................................................. 45

12.2 Exception responses for Modbus ................................................................ 45

12.3 Modbus parameters .................................................................................... 45

13. Appendix ........................................................................................ 49

13.1 Troubleshooting ........................................................................................... 49

13.2 PV INPUT STATUS DISPLAY DURING BURNOUT CONDITION .............. 49

13.3 RSP (REMOTE SET POINT) BURNOUT CONDITION ............................... 50

13.4 VALVE POSITION FEEDBACK OPEN CONDITION .................................. 50

13.5 RETRAMISSION OUTPUT TABLE FOR OPEN /OVER /UNDER

CONDITION ......................................................................................................... 51

13.6 CONTROL OUTPUT TABLE OPEN/OVER/ UNDER CONDITION ............. 52

13.7 Digital Input & Retransmission Output Type Selection Settings .................. 53

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1. INTRODUCTION

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Foreword

Thank you for purchasing 5040 series PID controller. This manual describes the basic functions and operation methods of 5040.Please read through this user’s manual carefully before using the product.

Notice

The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice as a result of continues improvements to the instrument’s performance and functions

Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy in the preparation of this manual.

Should any errors or omissions come to your attention, however, please inform

MASIBUS Sales office or sales representative. Under no circumstances may the contents of this manual, in part or in whole, be transcribed or copied without our permission.

Trademarks

Our product names or brand names mentioned in this manual are the trademarks or registered trademarks of Masibus Automation and Instrumentation (P) Ltd. (herein after referred to as MASIBUS ).

Adobe, Acrobat, and Postscript are either registered trademarks or trademarks of

Adobe Systems Incorporated. All other product names mentioned in this user's manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

Checking the Contents of the Package

Unpack the box and check the contents before using the product. If the product is different from which you have ordered, if any parts or accessories are missing, or if the product appears to be damaged, contact your sales representative.

Product Ordering Code

Ordering Code

Model Input

5040 1 E

2 J

3 K

4 T

5 B

6 R

7 S

8 N

9 Pt-100

A -10 to 20mV

B 0 to 75mV

C 0 to 100mV

D 0.4 to 2V

E 0 to 2V

F 0 to 5V

G 1 to 5V

H 0 to 10 V

Power Supply

U1

85-265VAC/

100-300VDC

Control O/P Rx O/P

1 Relay 1 4-20mA

U2 18-36VDC 2 Pulse 2 0-20mA

3 Linear 3 1-5V

4 MOV 4 0-5V

5 0-10V

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The Single Loop Controller unit has a nameplate affixed to the one side of the enclosure.Check the model and suffix codes inscribed on the nameplate to confirm that the product received is that which was ordered.

List of Accessories

The product is provided with the following accessories according to the model and suffix codes (see the table below). Check that none of them are missing or damaged.

No Item name Part number Qty Remarks

1 Mounting Clamps - 2

Safety Precautions

The product and the instruction manual describe important information to prevent possible harm to users and damage to the property and to use the product safely.

Understand the following description (signs and symbols), read the text and observe Descriptions.

DESCRIPTION OF SIGNS

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2. INSTALLATION DETAILS

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2.1 How to Install

Mounting method : Panel mounting

To install the controller select a location where:

 no one may accidentally touch the terminals

 mechanical vibrations are minimal

 corrosive gas is minimal

temperature can be maintained at about 25

˚C to 35˚C and the fluctuation is minimal

 no direct radiant heat is present

no magnetic disturbances are caused

 no wind blows against the terminal board

 no water splashed

 no flammable materials are around

Turn off the power to the controller before installing it on the panel because there is a possibility of electric shock

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2.2 External Dimensions and Panel Cutout Dimensions

Unit: mm

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2.3 How to connect wires

Before carrying out wiring, turn off the power to the controller and check that the cables to be connected are not alive because there is a possibility of electric shock.

NOTE:

All wiring must confirm to appropriate standards of good practice and local codes and regulations. Wiring must be suitable for Voltage, Current and temperature rating of the system.

Provide power from a single-phase instrument power supply. If there is a lot of noise in the power line, insert an insulating transformer into the primary side of the line and use a line filter on the secondary side. Do not place the primary and secondary power cables close to each other.

For thermocouple input, use shielded compensating lead wires for wiring. For

RTD input, use shielded wires that have low conductor resistance and cause no significant differences in resistance between the three wires. Do not connect

Terminal – 23 when thermocouple or Linear input is selected.

Use repeater after each set of 32 instruments connected in RS-485

Communication.

Unused terminals shouldnot be used as jumper points asthey may be internally connected, which may cause damage to the unit.

CAUTION:

High voltage transients may occur when switching inductive loads such as some contactors or solenoid valves. Through the internal contacts, these transients may introduce disturbances which could affect the performance of the instrument.

For this type of load it is highly recommended that a “snubber” is connected across the normally open contact of the relay switching through load. The snubber recommended consists of a series connected resistor/capacitor (typically 15nF/100Ohms). A snubber will also prolong the life of the relay contacts. A snubber should also be connected across the output of a tric output to prevent false triggering under line transient conditions.

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3. HARDWARE SPECIFICATION DETAILS

3.1 Inputs

Analog Input

Input Type

Display Range

Accuracy

ADC Resolution

Display Resolution

Sampling Rate

CJC Error

Sensor Burnout current

RTD excitation current

Allowable wiring resistance for

RTD

NMRR

CMRR

Temp-co

Input Impedance

Max Voltage

Protection

Resolution

Input Type

Thermocouple

RTD

Voltage

Current

Thermocouple (E, J, K, T, B, R, S, N), RTD (Pt100),

Current, Voltage

Table-3.1

TC, RTD: ± 0.1% of F.S ± 1 degC

Current, Voltage: ± 0.1% of F.S ± 1 Count

17 bits

0.1°C / 1 Count

4 Samples/Sec

±2.0 °C Max

0.25uA

1mA Max

Maximum 15 ohms/wire (Conductor resistance between three wires should be equal)

> 40 dB

> 120 dB

< 100ppm/°C

> 1MΩ

20VDC

Wire beak detection of any wire

0.1%

E

J

K

T

B

R

S

N

Table-3.1: Input Display Range

Range

-200 to 1000°C

-200 to 1200°C

Pt-100

-10 to 20mV

-200 to 1370°C

-200 to 400°C

450 to 1800°C

0 to 1750°C

0 to 1750°C

-200 to 1300°C

-199.9 to 850.0°C

0 to 75mV

0 to 100mV

0 to 5V

1 to 5V

0 to 10 V

0.4 to 2V

0 to 2V

4 to 20mA (Ext. 100Ω)

0 to 20mA (Ext. 100Ω)

-1999 to 9999

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Digital Input

No of DI

Input Type

Rating

Purpose

Minimum status detection Holds

Time

Remote Input Signal

Input Type

Input Range

Resolution

Input Resistance

Input Accuracy

Feedback Resistance Input

Slide resistance value

4

Non-Voltage Contact or Pulse Input(24VDC,@5mA)

24VDC@5mA Max

Target Set point selection,

Auto/Manual selection,

Remote /Local mode switching,

Run/Stop mode selection

About 1 Second

Settable in a range from 0-5 V or 1-5 V DC.

The input type can be selected with the front keypad.

For 0

– 20mamp (0-5v) and 4 – 20mamp (1-5v)

250ohms (0.1%, low ppm) resistor should be connected externally.

Input sampling time for remote input is 3 times the PV input.

-1999 to 9999 counts

17-bit

> 1Mohm

±0.1% instrument range, ±1 Count

Measuring resolution:

100 ohms to 1K ohms of overall resistance

(burnout detection for all the three wires provided)

0.1% of overall resistance (After User’s adjustment).

3.2 Display & Keys

Front Panel Details

PV Display

SV Display

Bar Display

Status Indication

Keys

4-digits, 7segment, Red LEDs, character height of 0.56’’

4-digits, 7segment, Green LEDs, character height of 0.4’’

20 Orange LEDs for %POWER, Valve position indication

Red LEDs for RELAY and Alarm status, Manual mode status, Remote status.

Green LEDs for Communication,

Red LEDs for Set Point selection 1 and 2, Auto-tune status, Valve Position Feedback status

5 keys for configuration, calibration and operation

3.3 Output

Output Types

RELAY OUTPUT(PID and ON/OFF control)

SSR OUTPUT

LINEAR OUTPUT (4-20mAmp)

VALVE POSITION WITH FEEDBACK CONTROL (VPFB)

VALVE POSITION WITHOUT FEEDBACK CONTROL (VPFN)

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Control Output (Field Programmable)

Relays 1 (Relay-1) for Relay and ON-OFF Output Type

2 (Relay-1 & Relay-2) for VPFB & VPFN Output Type

Single Change over (C, NO, NC)

2A @ 230VAC / 30VDC

Type

Rating

Pulse Output (SSR)

Output signal

Load resistance

Output signal On-condition

Off-condition

Resolution

Linear Output

Output Signal

Retransmission Output

Number of output

Output According to

Output Signal

Load resistance

For Current o/p

For Voltage o/p

Output accuracy

Alarm Output

Number of Outputs

Output signal

Purpose

Pulse output

500 ohms Max. Or less

16mAmp DC or more

3mAmp DC or less

10 ms

420mA@500Ω Max, Accuracy: 0.25% of FS

1

Process Value, Set point, Control output or Valve Position

4-20mA/ 0-20mA/1-5VDC/ 0-10V DC

5 00Ω Max.

3 KΩ Min.

±0.25% of span

4 if Output Type is Linear or Pulse (Relay-1 to Relay-4),

3 if Output Type is Relay or ON-OFF (Relay-2 to Relay-4)

2 if Output Type is VPFB or VPFN (Relay-3 & Relay-4)

Control relays are available as alarm outputs

Three terminals (NC, NO, and C)

Alarm output and others.

(See Alarm and Digital outputs function)

250 V AC or 30 V DC, 2A (resistive load) Relay contact rating

Contact Digital Outputs

Number of outputs

Output type

Output Contact rating

Purpose

4

Open collector

24V DC, 50 mA, with inbuilt current limit protection

Various Alarm outputs such as PV High / Low etc. Also, fault diagnosticoutputs such as PV Input OPEN, RSP

Input OPEN, and VPFB Input OPEN areavailable

Loop Power Supply

Supply Voltage

Minimum load resistance

24VDC (±1V) @30mAwith Inbuilt Short Circuit Protection

800 ohms

3.4 Communication Details

Communication

Interface

Protocol

Baud rate

User’s Manual

RS485 (2 Wire)

Modbus-RTU

9600, 19200

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3.5 Power Supply

Standard

Optional

Power consumption

85-265VAC/ 100-300VDC

18-36VDC

<12 VA

Isolation (Withstanding voltage)

Between primary terminals* and secondary terminals**:

At least 1500 V AC for 1 minute

Between primary terminals* and grounding terminal:

At least 1500 V AC for 1 minute

Between grounding terminal and secondary terminals**:

At least 1500 V AC for 1 minute

Between secondary terminals**:

At least 500 V AC for 1 minute

* Primary terminals indicate power terminals and relay output terminals.

** Secondary terminals indicate analog I/O signal and Communication O/P.

Insulation resistance: 20MΩ or more at 500 V DC between power terminals and grounding terminal.

3.6 Physical

Size

Front Bezel

Panel Cutout

Depth behind Panel

Installation

96(W) x 96(H) x 110(D)mm

96 x 96 mm

110 mm

92.5 + 0.8(W) x 92.5 + 0.8(H) mm

Panel-mounting type. With Top and Bottom mounting hardware (1 each)

Weight

Case color

Enclosure Material

Terminal Cable Size

Accessories

< 1 Kg.

Black

ABS

2.5mm

2

Two mounting clamps

3.7 Environmental

Operating temperature

Storage temperature

Humidity

Tempco

0-55 °C

0-80 °C

30-95 %RH non-condensing

FOR PV (Main input), RSP (Remote input) and

Position Feedback Input < 100ppm.

FOR Retransmission(Current and Voltage) and Control

Output < 150ppm

15 minutes or more after power on Instrument Warm-up Time

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4. WIRING DIAGRAM

4.1 BACK PLATE WIRING DETAIL

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4.2 TRASMITTED POWER SUPPLY WIRING DIAGRAM

4.3 VALVE POSITION FEEDBACK WIRING

(FOR INTERLOCK FORWARD AND REVERSE RELAY)

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5. FRONT PANEL DETAILS

Name of Part

Process Value

Display (PV)

Set Value Display

(SV)

Control Output Value

Bar Display

Lamps(

(MV)

Output Indicator

RL1 & RL2 )

Alarm Indicator

Lamps (RL3 & RL4)

Remote/Local Set point

Indicator Lamp (REM)

Manual Mode

Lamp( MAN )

Communication

Indicator Lamps (T , R)

Auto-Tune Indicator

Lamp (A-T)

User’s Manual

Function

Display process value.

Display parameter name when userset parameter.

Display error message when an error occurs.

Display set value.

Display parameter value of parameter in process value field when user set parameter.

Display control output value when in manual mode.

Display control output value in form of Bar scaled in 20 segments.

In Heat action, RL1 lamp will Indicate the on status of the heat output.

In Valve Position Feedback action & Without Valve

Position Feedback action; RL1 lamp will indicate the status of the Heat Or Forward Output And RL2 lamp will indicate the status of Cool Or Reverse Output.

In Control applications with Linear Control Output, RL1 and RL2 will work as Normal Alarms (Alarm 1 & 2).

When Alarm 1 & 2 Occurs, Respective Alarm lamp willlight (In Red).

When Alarm 3&4 occurs, respective Alarm lamp (RL3

& RL4) will light (In Red).

It indicates whether Remote Set Point is selected or not. It will light when Remote Set Point is selected.

Indicator lamp will light when Manual Mode is selected

Indicator lamps will blink when the communication is on.

Indicator lamp will blink when Auto tune Process is on.

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Name of Part

Set Point

Set Point

– 1

– 2

(SP-1)

(SP-2)

Valve Position

Feedback (VPFB)

Function

Indicator lamp will on when Set Point 1 is selected. All controller action with respect to SP-1

Indicator lamp will on when Set Point 2 is selected. All controller action with respect to SP-2

Indicator Lamp will on when output type is VPFB selected.

5.1 Key Function Description

MENU/ENTER KEY:

It is used to enter in the sub menu (various levels) and save the parameters to nonvolatile memory, when user setting a proper data by Increment and shift key for parameter configuration.

ESCAPE KEY:

It is used to come out from any sub menu (various levels) to the run mode.

INCREMENT KEY:

It is used to increment the parameter for selection. Value of parameter can be incremented by pressing this key. When first time increment key pressed, DP (decimal point) in SV display blink, so user can modify the value with increment key. It is used to increment the value in particular digit. Value can be incremented from 0- 9 and from ‘9’ again it rollovers to ‘0’.

SHIFT KEY/DECREMENT KEY:

It is used to Shift the digit to set the parameter as describe in increment key when DP

(decimal point) started to blink. Menu key is used to go forward to show next parameter and Shift key is used to go backward to show previous parameter. Also, in manual mode control output (%power) can be decreased using Shift/Decrement key.

AUTO/MANUAL KEY:

It is used to switch between auto to manual mode and manual to auto mode. During manual mode Increment key is used to increase to power and Shift/Decrement key is used to decrease the power.

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Example:

How to change SET POINT:-

SP.1 and SP.2 will be shown in operator mode if they are selected in one of the

SELECT Display Parameter from LEVEL-5 Menu.

Here SELECT display 1(D.S.1) is set for SP-1 and SELECT display 2(D.S.2)is set for SP-2 and D.T.1 & D.T.2 is R+W. So they can be editable.

NOTE: ALL other parameters can EDIT according to the above steps.

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6. MENU LAYOUT

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6.1 RUN TIME INDICATION/FUNCTION

Following parameters can view or change during run time.

Press Shift/Dec key to show percentage power (0.0 to 100.0%)

For Thermocouple input type, Press Inc key to show ambient temperature.

During manual mode, Inc key and Shift key/Decrement Key will use to modify the percentage power.

During manual mode, If VPFB/VPNA output type is selected, Inc key and Shift key will use to OPEN or CLOSE the Valve.

Press Escape key to show percentage Valve Position(0.0 to 100.0%) in SV display (available only if Valve position feedback is selected)

6.2 Set Point Setting

Pressing MENU key PV Display shows sp.1

(SP.1) message (if d.s.1

is selected for sp.1

). SV display shows Set Point Value Use Inc and shift key to modify value. OR press MENU key again to set value for next parameter.

S e t Po i n t Se t t i n g :

Parameter

(PV display)

Symbol Name

Setting name and description

(SV displa y)

Default va lue

Reg .No

(SP.1)

(SP.2)

Target Set point-1

Target Set point-2

Depending on PV sensor type selected

Depending on PV sensor type selected

200

300

1

2

6.3 LEVEL - 1

Pressing MENU key for 3 seconds (approx.) PV Display shows

Mode

(mode) message. SV display shows LvL1 (LvL1) Use Inc key to move to other menu levels.

Or Press MENU key again to scroll through the menu items of Level - 1.

This level allows user to auto tune a process or manually set the PID values and some other parameters as shown below.

LEV EL 1: Contro l Pa rameters Conf ig uration

Parameter

(PV d isp la y)

Setting name a nd

Descr ipt ion

SV Disp la y

Def ault va lue

Sho ws on ly if

Reg .No

Symbol Name

PWD

(Pwd) Password

0 to 9999(Password

Protection for Level-1)

-

LOCK-1 set on in Level-4

-

(A.tUn)

Auto tune

Yes / no

1:(YES)

0:(no) no

Output Type is

RLY, SSR,

CUR

-

Pb

(Pb)

Proportional

Band

0.1 to 999.9 50.0

Not available for Output type

OnOF

3

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Ti

(ti)

Td

(td)

(d.FCt)

Ct

(Ct) dC

(DC) db

(db)

(Pb.SH)

(TI.L) mr

(MR)

PWD

(Pwd)

Integral Time

Derivative Time 0 to 250 seconds

Derivative Factor 0.01 to 1.00

Cycle Time

Duty Cycle

Position

Proportional

Dead Band

P band shift

(Overshoot suppression)

Integral Inihibit

Low

Manual Reset

Password

0 to 1000 seconds

1 to 250 seconds

10% to 100%

0.1 to 50.0

-50 to 50 %

1 to 100

-50 to 50 %

120

30

0.01

10

20%

1.0

0%

100

0%

-

Not available for Output type

OnOF

Not available for Output type

OnOF

Not available for Output type

OnOF

Not available for Output type

OnOF

Not available for Output type

OnOF

Not available for Output type

OnOF

Not available for Output type

OnOF

Not available for Output type

OnOF

Not available for Output type

OnOF

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

HY

(HY) hysteresis (For

On/Off control)

1 to 250 2

Control type is on/off

12

RAMP

(Ramp)

Ramp Rate type

Parameter

(PV d isp la y)

Symbol Name none

/ min.r

/ hr.r

0:none

1:min.r

2:hr.r

Setting name a nd descr iption

SV Disp la y

None

Def ault va lue

Not available for Output type

OnOF

Sho ws only if

13

(rmp.r)

Ramp rate value

0.1 to 999.9 Degree per minutes or hour

0.1

Not available for Output type

OnOF

14

6.4 LEVEL - 2

Pressing MENU key for 3 seconds (approx.) PV Display shows Mode (mode) message. SV display shows Lvl2 (LvL2) Use Inc key to move to other menu levels.

Please refer Alarm / Digital output section for better understanding and selection of alarm types.

LEV EL 2: A larm A ND Dig ita l Output Sett ing s

Reg .No.

0 to

9999( Pass word

Protection f or

LOCK-2 set on in Level-

4

-

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Le ve l-2)

(A1.SP)

Alarm 1 Set point PV range selected 1

(A1.tP)

Alarm 1 Type

0 to 18. Refer alarm type Table-8.1

0

0 (none)

15

16

17

(A1.HY)

Alarm 1 Hysteresis 1 to 250

(A1.LC)

Alarm 1 Logic

(normal or fail safe selection) norm / flsf

0:(norm)

1: (FLSF)

2

Normal

18

19

(A1.Dy)

Alarm 1 Delay 1 to 99 seconds

(A2.SP)

Alarm 2 Set point PV range selected 1

(A2tP)

Alarm 2 Type

0 to 18. Refer alarm type Table-8.1

10

0

0(none)

20

21

22

(A2.HY)

Alarm 2 Hysteresis 1 to 250

(A2.LC)

Alarm 2 Logic

(normal or fail safe selection) norm

/ flsf

0:(norm)

1: (FLSF)

2

Normal

23

24

(A2.Dy)

Alarm 2 Delay 1 to 99 seconds

(A3.SP)

Alarm 3 Set point PV range selected 1

(A3.tP)

Alarm 3 Type

0 to 18. Refer alarm type Table-8.1

10

0

0(none)

25

26

27

(A3.HY)

Alarm 3 Hysteresis 1 to 250

(A3.LC)

Alarm 3 Logic norm / flsf

0:(norm)

1: (FLSF)

2

Normal

28

29

(A3.Dy)

Alarm 3 Delay 1 to 99 seconds 10

30

(A4.SP)

Alarm 4 Set point PV range selected 1

(A4.tP)

Alarm 4 type

0 to 18. Refer alarm type Table-8.1

0

0(none)

31

32

(A4.HY)

Alarm 4 Hysteresis 1 to 250

(A4.LC)

Alarm 4 Logic norm / flsf

0:(norm)

1: (FLSF)

2

Normal

33

34

Alarm 4 Delay 1 to 99 seconds

(A4.Dy) d1 Digital Output 1 Set PV range selected 1

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(d1.SP) point

(d1.tP)

Digital Output 1

Type

(d1.HY)

Digital Output 1

Hystresis

0 to 18. Refer alarm type Table-8.1

1 to 250

(d1.LC)

Digital Output 1

Logic norm / flsf

0:(norm)

1: (FLSF)

Digital Output 1

Delay

1 to 99 seconds

(d1.Dy)

Digital Output 2 Set point

PV range selected 1

(d2.SP)

(d2.tP)

Digital Output 2

Type

0 to 18. Refer alarm type Table-8.1

Digital Output 2

Hysteresis

1 to 250

(d2.HY)

(d2.LC)

Digital Output 2

Logic norm / flsf

0:(norm)

1: (FLSF)

Digital Output 2

Delay

1 to 99 seconds

(d2.Dy)

Digital Output 3 Set point

PV range selected 1

(d3.SP)

(d3.tP)

Digital Output 3

Type

0 to 18. Refer alarm type Table-8.1

Dig ita l Output 3

Hysteres is

1 to 250

(d3.HY)

(d3.LC)

Digital Output 3

Logic norm / flsf

0:(norm)

1: (FLSF)

Digital Output 3

Delay

1 to 99 seconds

(d3.Dy)

Digital Output 4 Set point

PV range selected 1

(d4.SP)

(d4.tP)

Digital Output 4 type

0 to 18. Refer alarm type Table-8.1

Digital Output 4

Hysteresis

1 to 250

(d4.HY)

(d4.LC)

Digital Output 4

Logic norm / flsf

0:(norm)

1: (FLSF)

Digital Output 4

Delay

1 to 99 seconds

(d4.Dy)

1 If the value falls outside the range, output is unpredictable

0(none)

2

Normal

10

0

0(none)

2

Normal

10

0

0(none)

2

Normal

10

0

0(none)

2

Normal

10

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49

50

51

52

53

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

36

37

38

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REF NO: m53A/om/101

Issue NO: 08

6.5 LEVEL - 3

Pressing MENU key PV for 3 seconds (approx.) Display shows Mode (mode) message. SV display shows Lvl3 (LvL3) Use Inc key to move to other menu levels.

This level allows user to select input type and some other parameters as shown below.

LEV EL 3: Fu nctiona l Parameters Conf ig uration Part -1

Parameter

(PV d isp la y)

Symbol Name

Setting name a nd descr iption

(SV d isp la y)

Def ault va lue

Sho ws on ly if

Reg .

No.

PWD

(Pwd)

Password

0 to 9999(Password

Protection for Level-3)

-

LOCK-3 set on in Level-4

-

(inP.t)

PV Input Type (E, J,

K, T etc.)

Follow Table-3.1 K-TC

55

(A.CJC)

Auto Cold junction

Compensation

Yes

/ n o

1:(YES)

0: (no)

YES

Input sensor is

T/c. type

56

(F.CJC)

Fix cold junction

Compensation

0 to 60.0 Degree 0.0

Input sensor is

T/c. type 57

(Pv.Hi)

Process value range high setting

(span > zero)

Range of the sensor(Table 3.1) /

-1999 to 9999

(for linear input types)

1370

58

Process value range lower setting

-200

59

(Pv.Lo)

Dp

(dP)

Decimal Point

Setting

0 to 3 0

Input is linear type 60 ot

(oT) Output Type rEly / ssr / cur / onof / vpfb / vpFn

0:(rLY) – Relay

1:(SSR) – Pulse Output

2:(Cur) – Current

3:(OnOF) – on-off control

4:(vpfb)-position with feedback

5:(vpf n) -pos ition with out f eedback

0(Relay) 61

(Co.Hi)

Control Output high limit(high limit >low limit)

0.0 to 100.0 % 100.0 62

(Co.Lo)

Control Output low limit

0.0 to 100.0 % 0

63

(PV.SC.)

(SP.Md.)

Process value scale

Remote/Local SP selection

Down / UP / none

0:(down)

1:(up)

2:(none)

LoCL / rmot

0:(LoCL) – Local

1:(rMot) - Remote down

Local

64

65

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REF NO: m53A/om/101

Issue NO: 08

(o.dir)

Output (Cool / Heat)

Direction (Dir / Rev)

Dir / rev

1:(dir)

0:(rev)

(m.tim)

Motor Travel Time

(position proportional without feedback)

10 to 500 sec

Rev

60

(A.FWB)

Auto feedback

Yes / no

1:(YES)

0:(no)

No

SQrt

(Sqrt)

(SP.no) fltr

(FLtr)

Po

(Po) di-1

(di -1) di-2

(di-2) di-3

(di-3) di-4

(di-4)

P .AD

(P.Z.Ad) p .ad

(P.S.Ad)

Square Root for

Linear Inputs Type

Yes / no

1:(YES)

0:(no)

No

Set point selection(Target set point to control the process)

Filter for Process value

(1 st order low-pass

IIR filter)

Preset Control output during stop mode

1 / 2

1:(sp.1)

2:(sp.2)

0 to 60 seconds

1 (Set

Point

5

0.0 to 100.0% power 0.0%

–1)

Digital input-1

Digital input-2

Digital input-3

Digital input-4

Yes / no

1:(YES)

0: (no)

Yes / no

1:(YES)

0: (no)

Yes / no

1:(YES)

0: (no)

Yes / no

1:(YES)

0: (no)

No

No

No

No

Zero position adjustment

Span position adjustment

0% TO 80%

20% TO 100%

0%

100%

66

Pid type selected is valve position with/without feedback

Pid type selected is valve position with/without feedback

Input type selected is linear

67

68

69

70 o/p VPFB selected o/p VPFB selected

71

72

73

74

75

76

-

-

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PID CONTROLLER -5040

REF NO: m53A/om/101

Issue NO: 08

6.6 LEVEL - 4

Pressing MENU key for 3 seconds (approx.) PV Display shows Mode (mode) message. SV display shows Lvl4 (LvL4) Use Inc key to move to other menu levels.

Press set key again to scroll through the menu items of particular level.

LEVEL 4: Functional Parameters Configuration Part-2

Parameter

(PV display)

Symbol Name

Setting n ame and de scriptio n

(SV d isp la y)

Def ault va lue

Sho ws on ly if

Reg .

No.

PWD

(Pwd)

(rSP.t)

(rsP.H)

(rsp.L)

Password

Remote SP Input type

Remote SP range

High setting

Remote SP range

Low Setting

0 to 9999(Password

Protection for Level-

3)

0-5v / 1-5v

0:(0-5v) – 0-5 V

1:(1-5v) – 1-5 V can be set within -

1999 to 9999 but not outside PV-High and

PV-LOW limit

Can be set within -

1999 to 9999 but not outside PV-High and PV-LOW limit

-

0 – 5v

LOCK-4 set on in Level-4

Set point is remote type

-200

-

77

78

1370

79

80

Remote SP Offset -100.0 to 100.0 0.0

(rSP.o)

81

Remote SP factor 00.01 to 10.00 01.00

(rSP.F)

82

Unit ID 1 to 247 1 -

(Sr.no)

BAUd

(bAUd)

(Pr.St)

(rtr.t)

Communication

Baud rate

Parity/Stop bit selection

Retransmission

Output Type

9600 / 19.2K

0:(9600) – 9600 bps

1:(19.2K) –19.2

Kbps p .S

/ P .2

/ P .s1

/

.ES

0:(P.N.S.1)-parity none-stop bit-1

1:(P.N.S.2)-parity none - stop bit-2

2:(P.O.S.1)-parity odd -stop bit-1

3:(P.E.S.1)-parity even - stop bit-1

0-20 / 4-20 /

0-5v / 1-5v

0-10v

0:(0-20) – 0-20mA

1:(4-20) – 4-20mA

19.2k bps

No parity

/Stop bit

- 2

4-20 mA

83

84

85

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LoCk

(LOCK)

LoCk

(LOCK)

LoCk

(LOCK)

LoCk

(LOCK)

PID CONTROLLER -5040

REF NO: m53A/om/101

Issue NO: 08

(rtr.v)

(r.dir)

(rtr.H)

(rtr.L)

(At.HY)

(t.out) pwd

(Pwd)

LoCk

(LOCK)

(S.Pwd)

Retransmission variable

2:(0 - 5) – 0 – 5volt

3:(1 - 5) – 1 – 5volt

4:(0 – 10) - 0 -10volt

SP

/

PV

/

Co

/

Zv

0:(SP) – Set point

1:(Pv) –Process value

2:(CO)

– Control output

3:(Zv)

– Feedback value

Dir / rev

1:(dir)

0: (rev)

PV

Dir

-5.0% to 105.0% 105.0%

Retransmission direction

Retransmission upper limit

Retransmission lower limit

AT hysteresis

-5.0% to 105.0%

0 to 25.0

-5.0%

5.0

Timeout of display back to PV/SV

Password to Enter into lock mode

10 to 100 Seconds 60

-

Lock LEVEL-1

Lock LEVEL-2

Lock LEVEL-3

Lock LEVEL-4

Lock LEVEL-5

Calibration

0 to 9999

L1on / L1oF

1:L1on

0:L1oF

L2on / L2oF

1:L2on

0:L2oF

L3on / L3oF

1:L3on

0:L3oF

L4on / L4oF

1:L4on

0:L4oF

L5on / L5oF

1:L5on

0:L5oF

L1 OF

L2 OF

L3 OF

L4 OF

L5 ON

Password

Set password to lock selected level

0 to 9999

0 if lock is on user can set password for all level

-

86

87

88

89

90

91

-

-

-

-

-

-

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PID CONTROLLER -5040

REF NO: m53A/om/101

Issue NO: 08

6.7 LEVEL –5

Pressing MENU key for 3 seconds (approx.) PV Display shows Mode (mode) message. SV display shows

Lvl5

(LvL5) Use Inc key to move to other menu levels.

Press set key again to scroll through the menu items of particular level.

Select the ‘SELECT display’ parameter, and thenenter register number (Reg. No.) to accompanying thatParameter.The registered parameter can be accessed in operator mode by pressing MENU key.

Select the ‘Display Parameter Type’ as

R to make selected parameter as read only and R+W toread + write .

Note: The registered no of all parameters can be found from the Last column of Menu

Description of all LEVEL.

For example, By r egistering “64” for hysteresis ( HY ) to D.S.1, HY parameter can be appear first in operator mode.And if D.S.1

is R+W this parameter can be editable. And if D.S.1

is R then this parameter shows the current value of HY and the value can’t be editable.

LEVEL 5: SELECT Display settings:

Parameter

(PV display)

Symbol Name

Setting name a nd descr iption

(SV d isp la y)

Def ault va lue

Sho ws on ly if

PWD

(Pwd)

Password

0 to 9999(Password

Protection for Level-3)

-

LOCK is set on in Level-5 d

(D.S.1) d

.1

.t

(D.1.T)

SELECT display 1

Display1 Parameter

Type

0 to 91

(0 = None)

Can be set within 0 to

91.

R

/ r-w

0: r-w : Read+ write

1: R : Read only

1

0 d .2

(D.S.2) d .t

(D.2.T)

SELECT display 2

Display 2 Parameter

Type

0 to 91

R / r-w

0: r-w : Read+ write

1: R : Read only

2

0 d .3

(D.S.3) d .t

(D.3.T)

SELECT display 3

Display 3 Parameter

Type

0 to 91

R / r-w

0: r-w : Read+ write

1: R : Read only

0

0 d .4

(D.S.4) d .t

(D.4.T)

SELECT display 4

Display 4 Parameter

Type

0 to 91

R / r-w

0: r-w : Read+ write

1: R : Read only

0

0 d .5

(D.S.5)

SELECT display 5 0 to 91 0

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PID CONTROLLER -5040

REF NO: m53A/om/101

Issue NO: 08 d .t

(D.5.T)

Display 5 Parameter

Type

R / r-w

0: r-w : Read+ write

1: R : Read only

0 d

D

.6

(D.S.6)

.t

(D.6.T)

SELECT display 6

Display 6 Parameter

Type

0 to 91

R / r-w

0: r-w : Read+ write

1: R : Read only

0

0 d .7

(D.S.7) d .t

(D.7.T)

SELECT display 7

Display 7 Parameter

Type

0 to 91

R / r-w

0: r-w : Read+ write

1: R : Read only d d

.8

(D.S.8)

.t

(D.8.T)

SELECT display 8

Display 8 Parameter

Type

0 to 91

R / r-w

0: r-w : Read+ write

1: R : Read only

0

0 d

(D.S.9) d

.9

.t

(D.9.T)

SELECT display 9

Display 9 Parameter

Type

0 to 91

R / r-w

0: r-w : Read+ write

1: R : Read only

0

0 d .10

(D.S.10)

SELECT display 10 0 to 91

0

(D.10.T)

Lock

(LOCK)

Display 10 Parameter

Type

Password

Set password to lock selected level

R / r-w

0: r-w : Read+ write

1: R : Read only

L / .on

0: L.OFF:Le ve l -5

Men u Lock OFF

1: L.ON:Le ve l -5

Men u Lock ON

0

0

6.8 Calibration

Pressing MENU key PV Display shows

Mode

(mode) message. SV display shows

CAL

(Cal) Use Inc key to move to other menu levels. Press MENU key again to scroll through the menu items of particular level. For more detail refer Calibration procedure.

Calibra tion:

Parameter

(PV display)

Symbol Name

PWD

(Pwd) amb

(Amb)

Password

Ambient

Tc .s Thermocouple and

User’s Manual

Settin g name and description

(SV displa y)

0 to 9999(Password

Protection for Level-5)

Ambient Adjustment

Depending on PV

0

0

Default va lue

-

-

-

Sho ws only if

LOCK-5 set On in Level-4

PV Sensor type is T/c.

Pv sensor type

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(tc.L.S) Linear Span

Calibtriaon

(rtd.Z)

Calibration Zero

FOR RTD Input

(rtd.S)

Calibration Span

FOR RTD Input

(rSP.Z)

Remote SP Zero calibration

(rSP.S)

Remote SP Span calibration

(pFb.Z)

Position Feedback Zero calibration

(pFb.S)

Position Feedback

Span calibration

PID CONTROLLER -5040

REF NO: m53A/om/101 sensor type selected

-

-

-

-

-

-

Issue NO: 08 is T/c or Linear

(rtr.Z)

(rtr.S)

(CoP.Z)

(CoP.S)

Retransmission Zero calibration

Retransmission Span calibration

Control Output Zero calibration

Control Output Span calibration

-

-

-

-

6.9 Factory Reset Parameters

Pressing MENU key PV Display shows Mode (mode) message. SV display shows

F.rST

(F.rST) Use Inc key to move to other menu levels. Press MENU key again to scroll through the menu items of particular level.

Factor y Res et Mode :

Parameter

(PV display)

Setting name a nd descr iption

(SV d isp la y)

Def ault va lue

Sho ws on ly if

Symbol Name

Pwd

(Pwd)

Pass word 0 to 9999 - -

PV Sensor type is RTD

PV Sensor type is RTD

Remote set point is selected

Remote set point is selected

Output type is

Position proportional type with feedback

Output type is

Position proportional type with feedback

Output type is

Current Output

Output type is

Current Output

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PID CONTROLLER -5040

REF NO: m53A/om/101

Issue NO: 08

CAL

\

PARA

(CAL)\(PARA)

CAL- Only calibration

-

(L.dEF)

LOAD Def ault set to default value

PARA- All parameters excluding calibration will set to default value

Note: Factory reset will load default parameters, as mention in MENU LAYOUT

(Default value). Once this function applies, user has to switch off the instrument and again switch on the instrument to work according to Default values.

Note: In menu layout, for each level PASSWORD will be enable using LOCK

ON/OFF selection in Level-4. Also, PASSWORD can be set using S.Pwd (S.PWD)

INPUT TYPE SELECTION TABLE:

T yp e

E

J

K

T

B

R

S

N

RTD

-10 to 20mV

0 to 75mv

0 to 100mV

0 to 2V

0.4 to 2V

4 to 20mamp

0 to 20mamp

0 to 5V

1 to 5V

0 to 10V

I / PN

O

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

T yp e

R a n g e

D is p l a y

E tc

- 2 0 0 t o 1 0 0 0

C

J tc

- 2 0 0 t o 1 2 0 0

C

K tc - 2 0 0 t o 1 3 7 0

C

T tc

- 2 0 0 t o 4 0 0

C

B tc 4 5 0 t o 1 8 0 0

C

R tc 0 t o 1 7 5 0 ° C

S tc 0 t o 1 7 5 0

C n tc - 2 0 0 t o 1 3 0 0 ° C

RTD

- 1 9 9 . 9 t o 8 5 0 . 0

C

10 -10

11 0-75

12 0-100

13 0-2v

14 0

15 4-20

16 0-20

17 0-5V

18 1-5V

19 0-10v

- 1 9 9 9

C o u n t s t o 9 9 9 9

R e s o lu t io n

0 . 1 ° C

1 C o u n t

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7. PARAMETER FLOW CHART

PID CONTROLLER -5040

REF NO: m53A/om/101

Issue NO: 08

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REF NO: m53A/om/101

Issue NO: 08

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PID CONTROLLER -5040

REF NO: m53A/om/101

Issue NO: 08

NOTE: It is important that the controller be set up in proper manner. Failure to do so could result in incorrect operation, as changing some parameters will change other related functions.

User’s Manual Page 32 of 53

PID CONTROLLER -5040

REF NO: m53A/om/101

Issue NO: 08

8. ALARMS & DIGITAL OUTPUTS

For all Alarm and Digital outputs (open collector) there are five settings. (AS shown in

LEVEL

– 2 Menu)

Set Value

Type

Hystresis

Direction (Normal/Fail safe)

Delay

SET VALUE: Alarm set point / Digital output set point

ALARM TYPES: Various alarm operations are shown in the reference figure.

ALARM

TYPE

NO

Display message ALARM TYPE

Note

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7 none None

NO operation available

Pv .H Deviation High alarm

Pv .l Deviation Low alarm

Ref figure 3

Ref figure 4

Pv .r Deviation High & Low Range alarm Ref figure 5

Pv .b Deviation High & Low Band alarm Ref figure 6

Pv .H Absolute value High alarm Ref figure 1

Pv .L Absolute value Low alarm Ref figure 2

SP .H Absolute value set point high alarm Ref figure 7

8

9

10

11

12

SP .L Absolute value set point low alarm Ref figure 8

P .H Deviation High alarm with standby Same as figure 3

P .L Deviation Low alarm with standby Same as figure 4

P .r

Deviation High & Low Range alarm with standby

Same as figure 5

P .b

Deviation High & Low Band alarm with standby

Same as figure 6

13

14

15

16

17

18

P

P

.H

.L

Absolute value High alarm with standby

Absolute value Low alarm with standby

.-E PV error(OPEN/OVER/UNDER)

Rsp RSP error

VP-E VPFB error

P .E Any type of error

Same as figure 7

Same as figure 8

Note 1

Note 1

Note 1

Note 1

NOTE-1: The fault diagnosis output turns on in case of input burnout (PV, Remote set point, Feedback slide wire) failure.

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PID CONTROLLER -5040

REF NO: m53A/om/101

Issue NO: 08

Hystresis : Hystresis application is shown in the figure.

Direction :

All the figures here are shown considering the setting is Normal. If the settings are Fail

Safe, the relays will behave exactly the opposite way

. However, it’s worth mentioning that the relays will be in off (de-energized state on

Power on / reset condition). They will energize only after approximate 5 seconds.

When alarm type none is selected, relay status depends on Direction.

Delay :

User’s Manual Page 34 of 53

PID CONTROLLER -5040

REF NO: m53A/om/101

Issue NO: 08

A time delay can be provided for the actual output. Effects of delay are illustrated in the diagram below.

Blinking

On

LED

Indication

Off time

Relay

Contact

O/p.

On / Close

Off / Open time timer Set point

Standby operation:

For alarm types, 9 to 14, the relay action happens only after the PV has crossed the

SP after power on.

Example:

User’s Manual Page 35 of 53

PID CONTROLLER -5040

REF NO: m53A/om/101

Issue NO: 08

9.DIGITAL INPUTS

There are four digital inputs for various purposes.

To achieve these functions through field contact, user has to select YES for particular digital input in Level

– 3 mode.

Digital Input – 1: SET POINT-1 / SET POINT-2 SELECTIONS

If target set point number has been switched using contact input, when the Di-1 Set to

YES, that function cannot be selected by keystroke.

Digital Input

– 2: AUTO / MANUAL MODE SELECTIONS

If AUTO and MAN have been switched using contact input, when the Di-2 is set to

YES, switching between AUTO and MAN cannot be achieved by keystroke.

Digital Input

– 3: LOCAL / REMOTE SET POINT SELECTIONS

Switching between REM and LCL is possible for only controllers with remote input feature. If remote status is achieved by external contact input (Di-3 set to YES), switching between REM and LCL cannot be achieved by keystroke.

Digital Input – 4: RUN / STOP CONTROL SELECTIONS

Selection between the RUN and STOP state can be made with contact input only.

This function will stop to calculate MV (Manipulated Variable). SV display shows

Stop (Stop) message. Run/Stop function is used during Emergency or to shut down the plant. This function cannot be achieved by keystroke.

If PV Scale (Burn out sensor) selected as none

(none), during Stop condition, Control

Output will be Preset Output. i.e. %MV = Preset Output.

Status DI 1

NO No Function

Set Point-2

Selected

YES

ON

OFF

Set Point -1

Selected

DI 2 DI 3

No Function

ON

Manual

Mode

OFF Auto Mode

No Function

ON

Remote Set

Point

OFF

Local Set

Point

DI 4

No Function

ON

STOP state

OFF RUN State

Note: Excitation voltage rating is 24V dc.That can be provided internally or externally depends upon the requirement (Factory selectable).

User’s Manual Page 36 of 53

PID CONTROLLER -5040

REF NO: m53A/om/101

Issue NO: 08

10. CONTROL FUNCTION DETAILS

Direct/ReverseControl (Output Direction):

For Heat (Reverse Action) and Cool (Direct Action) type PID control logic, user has to program the proportional band, integral time and derivative time for proper control.

They can either be set by auto tuning or can be changed manually as explained in control parameters.

Ramp Function:

This function is used to stop the sudden change of set point. The ramp function is performed in following conditions. The target set point is changed. Target set point number is changed. ( For example: Switching from SP-1 to SP-2). The power is turned ON or the controller is recovered from power failure. A change is made frommanual mode to auto mode.

The ramp function will be performed when ramp unit parameter is selected as

MInR

(minute rate) or HRR (hour rate). The ramp rate can be programmed by setting the parameter RR. When ramp is on, decimal point in SV display will blink. The ramping function will be cancelled in following conditions.

A change is made from Auto mode to manual mode.

Sensor Failure occurs.

Auto tuning function is activated.

Auto Tuning:

The Auto tuning process is performed at set point. Temperature will oscillate around the set point during tuning process. Set a set point to a lower value if overshooting around the normal process value is likely to cause damage. To start the auto tuning process, set the set point properly, select the parameter A.TUN

(A.TUN) in program menu (Level-1) and set it to YES.

During Auto Tuning process A-T Led will blink. After auto tuning procedures are completed, controller will revert back to the PID control by using the new calculated

PID values. The PID values obtained are stored in the nonvolatile memory.

Note:

If Ramp function is used,it will be disabled once the auto tuning starts. The auto tuning is cancelled as soon as either failure mode or manual control mode occurs.

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AUTO TUNE FUNCTION:

Auto Tuning is a function with which the controller automatically measures the process characteristics to automatically set the optimum PID constants. Limit Cycle method is used to calculate the PID values.

Auto tune function is not available for Valve Position Feedback and Valve Position without Feedback PID control type.

Control Parameter:

Proportional Band:

Proportional action is the action which the control output varies in proportion to the deviation between the setting value and the processing temperature. If the proportional band is narrowed, even if the output changes by a slight variation of the processing temperature, better control results can be obtained as the offset decreases. However, if when the proportional band is narrowed too much, even slight disturbances may cause variation in the processing temperature, and control action changes to ON/OFF action and the so called hunting phenomenon occurs. Therefore, when the processing temperature comes to a balanced position near the setting value and a constant temperature is maintained, the most suitable value is selected by gradually narrowing the proportional band while observing the control results.

Integral Time:

Integral action is used to eliminate offset. When the integral time is shortened, the returning speed to the setting point is quickened. However, the cycle of oscillation is also quickened and the control becomes unstable.

Derivative Time:

Derivative action is used to restore the change in the processing temperature according to the rate of change. It reduces the amplitude of overshoot and undershoots width. If the derivative time is shortened, restoring value becomes small, and if the derivative time is made longer, an excessive returning phenomenon may occur and the control system may be oscillated.

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Manual Reset:

Virtually no process requires precisely 50% output on single output controls or 0% output on two output controls. Because of this many older control designs incorporated an adjustment called manual reset (also called offset on some controls).

This adjustment allows the user to redefine the output requirement at the set point. A proportioning control without manual reset or Integral time (defined above) will settle out somewhere within the proportioning band but likely not on the setpoint.

Some controls use manual reset (as a digital user programmable value),this allows the user to preprogram the approximate output requirement at the setpoint to allow for quicker settling atset point when Automatic reset (Integral time) set to zero. Range for the manual reset is -50% to +50% of Proportional band.

Cycle Time:

The Cycle time for output is the time where the output is on for percentage of that time and off for a percentage of that time, creating a portioning effect. The cycle time is only used where PI, PD or PID control action is used. The shorter the cycle time, the higher the proportionate resolution is, and better is the control.

For Relay output: Set to 10 to 30 seconds or more

For SSR driver output: Set to 1 second or more

FOR Linear output (4-20mamp output): Cycle time is not required

BASIC PID TUNING PROCEDURE:

ADJUSTMENT

SEQUENCE

SYMPTOM SOLUTION

Proportional Band

Integral Time

Derivative Time

Slow Response

Overshoot or

Oscillation

Slow Response

Instability or

Oscillation

Slow Response or

Oscillation

High Overshoot or

Instability

Decrease PB

Increase PB

Decrease TI

Increase TI

Decrease TD

Increase TD

Basic PID ADJUSTMENT GUIDE

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I ACTION:- P ACTION: -

D ACTION:-

Digital Filter (FLTR):-

In certain application the process value is too unstable to be read. To improve this, a programmable low pass filter incorporated in the controller can be used. This is a first order IIR filter with time constant specified by

FLTR

(FLTR) parameter of LEVEL-3 .

The input filter will reduce the oscillation or fluctuation of the process value. Excessive filter can be dangerous, may produce an unstable process.

Filter Effects:

Input (PV) Filtering for 2 second Filtering for 10 second

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Position Proportional Control:

Position proportional control can be of either feedback type or estimating type.

In feedback type position proportional control, the controller obtains a valve position signal from a feedback slide wire resistor attached to a valve.

In estimating type position proportional control, user has to set the operating time required for a valve to change from the fully closed position to the fully open position.

With the preset operating time, the controller controls the valve by estimating the position. In the case of estimating type position proportional control, there is no need for feedback input wiring.

Feedback-type position proportional control is superior to the estimating type in terms of control performance. When in manual operation you can directly manipulate the controller’s output terminals. Pressing Increment key sends the valve into opening motion while pressing the Shift key sends it to closing motion.

The figure below shows a schematic representation of a loop configured for position proportional control.

Also , Valve’s Zero and Span positions canbe adjusted in level – 3(Position Zero

Adjustment and Position Span Adjustment). Using Increment and Shift key user can set the position of valve.

Control Output Selection:

OUTPUT TYPE

RELAY

RELAY CAN CONFIGUR AS

RELAY1

USE

FORCONTROLHEAT/COOL

ACTION

RELAY2

ALARM2

RELAY3 RELAY4

ALARM3 ALRAM4

ALARM2 ALARM3 ALARM4 SSR(Pulse output) ALARM1

CURRENT(Analog current output)

ALARM1

ON-OFF ACTION

USE FOR CONTROL

ACTION

ALARM2

ALARM2

ALARM3 ALARM4

ALARM3 ALARM4

Position feedback

Action

USE TO CONTROL

FORWARD RELAY

USE TO

CONTROL

REVERSE

RELAY

ALARM3 ALARM4

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Without feedback

Action

USE TO CONTROL

FORWARD RELAY

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CONTROL

REVERSE

RELAY

ALARM3 ALARM4

11. CALIBRATION PROCEDURE

Calibration is provided for ambient temperature, PV sensor input, Remote set point,

Control output, Retransmission output and Position feedback potentiometer.

First select the calibration function as described below and then follow the procedure depending on the parameter to be calibrated. The sequences of parameters that will be available for calibration are listed below:

Ambient temperature adjustment

PV sensor input

Remote set point input

Position feedback input

Retransmission output (calibration for voltage or current)

Control output (calibration for current)

11.1 Ambient temperature adjustment

This menu will come up only if; the input sensor selected is Thermocouple type.

PV display shows Amb.A

(Ambient temperature adjusts). SV display shows ambient temperature measured by the controller and by applying old calibration data.

DP of last digit will blink to indicate that the value can be changed. Use Inc/Shift key to adjust it to desired value. Once the desired value set and press ENT key, the blinking

DP will go off to indicate that the value has been registered. The controller will automatically save all the new calculations. Ambient temperature adjustment is over.

Press MENU key to calibrate other parameters or press Escape key to come out to normal operation.

11.2 PV input sensor calibration

When user enters in calibration menu, PV display shows message tc.l.s

(Thermocouple/Linear Span) for sensor input span calibration for Thermocouple and

Linear input type.Feed sensor input using a calibrator, such that process value is close to upper range value.

Note: T he controller allows the user to calibrate sensor’s input anywhere in the range, but it is recommended that it should be calibrate the input at points close to lower and upper range values.

DP of last digit will blink to indicate that the value can be changed. Use Inc/Shift key to correct the displayed reading to the desired process value and press ENT key. The controller will display message wait (wait) in the SV display to indicate that it is doing the necessary calculations.

When the calculations are over, the new calibration values are stored automatically.

For TC and Linear input type user has to calibrate SPAN only.

FOR RTD input user has to calibrate ZERO and SPAN.

PV shows the message RTD.Z

(calibration Zero). SV display shows process value corresponding to input sensor value and old calibration data. Feed sensor input using a calibrator, such that process value is close to sensor’s lower range value. Use

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Inc/Shift key to arrive at the desired process value. Press ENT key to register the changes.

The controller will display message wait (wait) in the SV display to indicate that it is doing the necessary calculations. Depending on the situation, this process may take few seconds to calibrate.

Once zero is calibrated, press MENU key for RTD span calibration.

PV shows the message RTD.S

(rtd.S) (calibration Span). SV display shows process value corresponding to input sensor value and old calibration data. Feed sensor input using a calibrator, such that process value is close to sensor’s upper range value. Use

Inc/Shift key to arrive at the desired process value. Press ENT key to register the changes.

The controller will display message wait (wait) in the SV display to indicate that it is doing the necessary calculations. When the calculations are over, the new calibration values are stored automatically. In case, the controller cannot complete the calibration due to any reason, it will hold previous calibration parameters. Calibration for input sensor is over.

11.3 Remote set point calibration

This menu will come up only if; the Remote set point selected. (AS per Cal menu)

When user enters in calibration menu, PV display shows message rSP.z

(RSP.Z) for remote input zero calibration. Feed remote signal input using a calibrator, such that input value is close to input’s lower range value.

Note: The controller allows the user to calibrate anywhere in the range, but it is recommended that it should be calibrate the input at points close to lower and upper range values.

Use Inc/Shift key to correct the displayed reading to the desired set point value and press ENT key. The controller will store zero calibration value. Press MENU key for span calibration.

PV shows the message rSP.S

(remote set point span calibration). SV display shows value corresponding to signal input value and old calibration data. Feed signal input using a calibrator, such that process value is close to signal’s upper range value. Use

Inc/Shift key to arrive at the desired set point value and press ENT key. The controller will display message wait (wait) in the SV display to indicate that it is doing the necessary calculations.

Depending on the situation, this process may take few seconds.When the calculations are over, the new calibration values are stored automatically. In case, the controller cannot complete the calibration due to any reason, it will hold previous calibration parameters. Calibration for Remote set point is over.

11.4 Position Feedback Calibration

This menu will come up only if; valve position feedback is selected. Press MENU key repeatedly, till PV display shows message pfb.Z

(position feedback zero calibration).

SV display shows feedback value corresponding to feedback signal value and old calibration data. Take the feedback signal to close position. Use Inc/Shift key to correct the displayed reading to the desired value (usually its value is zero).Press ENT

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PV shows the message pfb.S

(position feedback span calibration). SV display shows value corresponding to signal input value and old calibration data. Feed signal input using a calibrator, such that process value is close to signal’s upper range value. Use

Inc/Shift key to arrive at the desired set point value. Press ENT key.

When the calculations are over, the new calibration values are stored automatically.

Calibration for position feedback signal is over.

Press MENU key to calibrate other parameters or press Escape key to come out to normal operation.

11.5 Retransmission output calibration (Voltage/current output)

Press MENU key repeatedly, till PV display shows message rtr.Z

(retransmission output zero calibration).

SV display shows the value being outputted on Retransmission output terminals.

Measure the value using a highly accurate digital multi meter. Use Inc/Shift key to correct the displayed reading to the measured value. Press ENT key. The controller will store zero calibration value. Press MENU key to calibrate retransmission output span calibration menu.

PV shows the message rtr.S

(retransmission output span calibration). SV display shows the value being outputted on retransmission output terminals. Measure the value. Use Inc/Shift key to correct the displayed reading to the measured value. Press

ENT key. When the calculations are over, the new calibration values are stored automatically. Calibration for Retransmission output is over. Press MENU key to calibrate other parameters or press Escape key to come out to normal operation.

11.6 Control output calibration (current output)

Press MENU key repeatedly, till PV display shows message

Cop.Z

(control output zero calibration).SV display shows the value being outputted on control output terminals. Measure the value using a highly accurate digital multi meter. Use Inc/Dec key to correct the displayed reading to the measured value. Press ENT key. The controller will store zero calibration value. Press set key to calibrate retransmission output span calibration menu.

PV shows the message Cop.s

(control output span calibration). SV display shows the value being outputted on retransmission output terminals. Measure the value. Use

Inc/Shift key to correct the displayed reading to the measured value. Press ENT key.

When the calculations are over, the new calibration values are stored automatically.

Calibration for control output is over. Press MENU key to calibrate other parameters or press Escape key to come out to normal operation.

Group Calibration Detail:-

Group

NO

1

2

Input type

E,J,K,T,N,0-75mv,0-100mv Either of any input

Pt-100(RTD)

Calibration for input

Specific input

3

4

B,R,S,-10 to 20mv

0-2V,0.4-2V,4-20mamp,0-

20mamp

Either of any input

Either of any input

5 0-10V,0-5v,1-5V Either of any input

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NOTE:

If you calibrate any input from any group i.e. I/P E-TC from Group

– 1 than calibration is not required for other input types from Group-1.

12. COMMUNICATION DETAILS

The MODBUS Communications protocol as RS-485 interface module is installed. Only

RTU mode is supported. Data is transmitted as 8-bit binary bytes with 1 start bit, 1/2 stop bit and optional parity checking (None, Even, Odd). Baud rate may be set to 9600 and 19200.

12.1 Function codes use for Modbus

CODE NAME

01

03

Read coil status

Read Holding registers

04

06

Read input registers

Preset Single register

Function

Use to read Relay and Digital output status

Use to read PV, Control, RSP output etc

Use to read programmable registers

Use to write programmable register

12.2 Exception responses for Modbus

Code Name

01

ILLEGAL

FUNCTION

Meaning

The function code received in the query is not an allowable action for the slave. If a Poll Program Complete command was issued, this code indicates that no program function preceded it.

02

ILLEGAL

DATA

ADDRESS

The data address received in the query is not an allowable address for the slave

03

ILLEGAL

DATA VALUE

A value contained in the query data field is not an allowable value for the slave

06

SLAVE

DEVICE

BUSY

When Master device write some parameters to Slave device If slave device busy it will send 06 code to indicate slave device is busy.

12.3 Modbus parameters

2

3

4

5

( Absolute Address 30001 to 30007)

Sr.

No

Parameter

Absolute address

1 PV 30001

Data

Type

Minimum value

Integer -1999

6

7

Remote set

Point

30002

Valve position 30003

%Power

Ambient

AUTO Tune status

30004

30005

30006

RELAY and DO status

30007

Integer -1999

Integer 0.0

Integer 0.0

Integer 0.0

Integer 0

Integer 0

Note: Relay and DO statuscan be read in Binary Format.

Maximum value

9999

9999

100.0

100.0

60.0

1

255

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R

R

R

Access

Type

R

R

R

R

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Modbus parameters :( Absolute Address 40001 to 40100)

Sr.

No

Parameter

Absolu te addres s

Data

Type

Minimum value

Maximum value

Access

Type

1

2

Set Point – 1

Set Point – 2

40001 Integer

40002 Integer

Input type range low

Input type range low

Input type range high

Input type range high

R/W

R/W

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Proportional band

Integral time

Derivative time

Derivative Factor

Cycle time

Duty Cycle

Dead Band

10 Pb shift

11 Manual Reset

12 Hystresis

13 Ramp

14 Ramp Rate

15 A/M mode

16 %Power

17 AL1 SP

18 AL1 TP

19 AL1 HYS

20 AL1 DIR

21 AL1 DLY

22 AL2 SP

23 AL2 TP

24 AL2 HYS

25 AL2 DIR

26 AL2 DLY

27 AL3 SP

28 AL3 TP

29 AL3 HYS

30 AL3 DIR

31 AL3 DLY

32 AL4 SP

33 AL4 TP

34 AL4 HYS

35 AL4 DIR

36 AL4 DLY

37 DO1 SP

38 DO1 TP

39 DO1 HYS

40 DO1 DIR

41 DO1 DLY

42 DO2 SP

43 DO2 TP

44 DO2 HYS

45 DO2 DIR

40003 Integer 1

40004 Integer 0

40005 Integer 0

40006 Char 1

40007 Integer 1

40008 Char 10

40009 Integer 0.1

40010 Integer -50

40011 Integer -50

40012 Integer 1

40013 Char 0

40014 Integer 1

40015 Char 0

40016 Integer 0

40017 Integer -1999

40018 Char 0

40019 Integer 1

40020 Char 0

40021 Char 1

40022 Integer -1999

40023 Char 0

40024 Integer 1

40025 Char

40026 Char

0

1

40027 Integer -1999

40028 Char 0

40029 Integer 1

40030 Char 0

40031 Char 1

40032 Integer -1999

40033 Char 0

40034 Integer 1

40035 Char 0

40036 Char 1

40037 Integer -1999

40038 char 0

40039 Integer 1

40040 Char 0

40041 Char 1

40042 Integer -1999

40043 char 0

40044 Integer 1

40045 Char 0

9999 R/W

9999

16

250

1

99

9999

16

250

1

99

9999

18

250

1

99

1000

250

100

250

100

50.0

50

50

250

2

9999

1

1000

9999

18

250

1

99

9999

18

250

1

99

9999

18

250

1

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46 DO2 DLY

47 DO3 SP

48 DO3 TP

49 DO3 HYS

50 DO3 DIR

51 DO3 DLY

52 DO4 SP

53 DO4 TP

54 DO4 HYS

55 DO4 DIR

56 DO4 DLY

57 Input type

58 Auto CJC

59 Fix CJC

60 Range high

61 Range low

62

Decimal

Point

63

64

Control

Output type

Co Range

High

65

Co Range

Low

66 PV Scale

67

Set point mode

68

69

Output

Direction

Motor

Travel time

70

Auto

Feedback

71 Square root

72 Set point 1 or 2

73 PV Filter

74 Preset output

75 RUN/STOP PID

76 DI – 1

77 DI – 2

78 DI – 3

79 DI - 4

80 RSP type

81

RSP Range

High

82

RSP Range

Low

83 RSP offset

84 RSP factor

85 Slave Device id

86 Baud Rate

87 Parity/Stop Bit

88 Retransmission

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40046 Char 1

40047 Integer -1999

40048 Char 0

40049 Integer 1

40050 Char

40051 Char

0

1

40052 Integer -1999

40053 Char 0

40054 Integer 1

40055 Char 0

40056 Char 1

40057 Char

40058 Char

1

0

40059 Integer 0

40060 Integer -1999

40061 Integer -1999

40062 Char 0

40063 Char 0

40064 Integer 0.0%

40065 Integer 0.0%

40066 Char 0

40067 Char 0

40068 Char 0

40069 Integer 10

40070 Char 0

40071 Char

40072 Char

40073 Char

0

1

0

40074 Integer 0.0%

40075 Char

40076 Char

40077 Char

40078 Char

40079 Char

40080 Char

0

0

0

0

0

0

40081 Integer -1999

40082 Integer -1999

40083 Integer -1000

40084 Char 0.01

40085 Char

40086 Char

40087 Char

40088 Char

1

0

0

0

R/W

R/W

R/W

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100.0%

100.0%

2

1

1

500

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

60

100.0%

9999

9999

1000

10.00

247

1

3

4

99

9999

18

250

1

99

9999

18

250

1

99

19

1

600

9999

9999

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90

91

92

Type

Retransmission

Variable

Retransmission

Direction

Retransmission

Range high

Retransmission

Range low

40089

40090

40091

40092

Char

Char

Integer

Integer

0

0

-5.0%

-5.0%

93 Auto tune Hys 40093 Char 1

94 Time out

95 Lock – 1 (Level-1)

40094 Char

40095 Char

10

96 Lock – 2 (Level-2) 40096 Integer 0

97 Lock

– 3 (Level-3)

40097 Integer 0

98 Lock – 4 (Level-4 ) 40098 Char 0

99 Lock – CAL 40099 Char

0

0

100 Password 40100 integer 0

101 SELECT display 1 40101 Char

102 Display1 Type 40102 Char

103 SELECT display 2 40103 Char

0

0

0

3

1

105.0%

105.0%

250

100

1

1

1

1

1

9999

91

1

91

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104 Display 2 Type 40104 Char

105 SELECT display 3 40105 Char

106 Display 3 Type 40106 Char

107 SELECT display 4 40107 Char

108 Display 4 Type 40108 Char

109 SELECT display 5 40109 Char

110 Display 5 Type 40110 Char

111 SELECT display 6 40111 Char

112 Display 6 Type 40112 Char

113 SELECT display 7 40113 Char

114 Display7 Type 40114 Char

115 SELECT display 8 40115 Char

116 Display 8 Type 40116 Char

117

SELECT display 9

40117 Char

118 Display 9 Type 40118 Char

119 SELECT display 10 40119 Char

120 Display10 Type 40120 Char

121 Lock – 5 (Level-5 ) 40121 Char

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

91

1

91

1

91

1

1

91

1

91

1

91

91

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0

0

0

0

1

91

1

1

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

NOTE:-

1. Modbus function code 06 is used to preset single register but it is user responsibility to preset appropriate register because through keyboard few parameters are disabling according to the configuration set by user but Modbus will display all these parameters when user read through Modbus function code

04.

2. User can configure instrument through Modbus, to set appropriate parameters value refer in MENU LAYOUT.

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13. Appendix

13.1 Troubleshooting

If the operating display does not appear after turning on the controller’s power, follow the measures in the procedure below.

If a problem appears complicated, contact our sales representative.

IMPORTANT

Take note of the parameter settings when asking the vendor for repair.

13.2 PV INPUT STATUS DISPLAY DURING BURNOUT CONDITION

Input type

TC-E

Display

Message

OPEN ( oPEn

)

TC-J OPEN

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TC-K

TC-T

OPEN

OPEN

TC-N

TC-B

TC-R

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

TC-S OPEN

PT 100(RTD)

0-10V DC

0 to 5V DC

1 to 5V DC

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

0 to 2V DC OPEN

0.4 to 2V DC OPEN

4 to 20mAmp OPEN

-10 to 20mV DC OPEN

0-100mV DC OPEN

0-75mV DC OPEN

Table-13.1

Note:

If set PV_low/PV_high for input type is less then maximum value of zero and span for then process value will display readings above 5% of display range, then after it will show oVER

/

UnDR

(OVER/UNDER) message until value crosses maximum value of

Sensor range. Process value greater then maximum value of zero/span then display will show oPEn (OPEN) message. Retransmission o/p will follow 5% of display range and then it will give fixed o/p depending up on OPEN sensor selection. In case of linear inputs scaling is applied then during OPEN sensor condition it may not show oPEn (OPEN) message instead it will show either oVER / UnDR (OVER/UNDER).

13.3RSP (REMOTE SET POINT)BURNOUT CONDITION

Input type for

Remote set point

0-5V DC

Display

Message

1-5V DC

RSP.E

(

RSP.E)

RSP.E

(

RSP.E)

13.4VALVE POSITION FEEDBACK OPEN CONDITION

Position

Feedback input

Display

Message

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100Ω-POT to

1KΩ-POT pFB.E( (PFB.E)

NOTE:

20-segment LED BAR will start to blink to indicate that Position Feedback input is not connected properly in Run mode. In calibration mode, SV display shows PFb.E (PFB.E)

(Position Feedback Error).

4-20mamp*

(Note-3)

13.5RETRAMISSION OUTPUT TABLE FOR OPEN /OVER /UNDER CONDITION

RETRASMISSI

ON

4-20mamp

4-20mamp

4-20mamp

CO/REV

CO/REV

CO/DIR

CO/DIR

CO/REV

CO/REV

CO/DIR

VARIABLE

PV

PV

PV

PV

SP/LOCAL -

SP/REMOT

E

-

PROCES

S

SCALE

UP

DOWN

UP

DOWN

SP/REMOT

E

VPFB(Positi on

Feedback)

CO(Control

Output)/DIR

-

-

-

UP

UP

UP

UP

DOWN

DOWN

DOWN

DOWN

DIR

REV

DIR

REV

DIR

DIR

REV

REV

DIR

DIR

REV

REV

Table 2

RETRASMISSI

ON

DIRECTION

DIR

REV

-

REV

DIR

-

-

-

-

OPE

N

OVER

UNDE

R

-

20.8 20.8 3.2

20.8 3.2 20.8 -

-

3.2 3.2 20.8 -

3.2 20.8 3.2 -

- - -

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

20.8 20.8 3.2

3.2 3.2 20.8 -

20.8 20.8 3.2

3.2 3.2 20.8 -

-

3.2 20.8 3.2

20.8 3.2 20.8 -

3.2 20.8 3.2 -

20.8 3.2 20.8 -

-

ERRO

R

20.8

3.2

3.2

20.8

-

NOTE: -

User’s Manual Page 51 of 53

PID CONTROLLER -5040

REF NO: m53A/om/101

Issue NO: 08

1) For Retransmission output type 0-20mamp, 0-10v, 1-5v and 0-5v also applicable according to above table.

2) For 0-20mamp, 0-10v and 0-5v minimum output value will be 0mamp and 0v respectively.

*3) Duringburnout condition, retransmission output w.r.t. CO and Process Scale selected none; retransmission output will follow preset output as set in Level - 3.

13.6CONTROL OUTPUT TABLE OPEN/OVER/ UNDER CONDITION

CONTROL

OP

Process

Scale

4-20mamp

Current

UP DIR

DOWN REV

UP REV

DOWN DIR

SSR UP DIR

Pulse Output

DOWN REV

RELAY

UP

DOWN

UP

REV

DIR

DIR

DOWN REV

UP REV

DOWN DIR

VPFB/VPNA UP

Output

Direction

DIR

DOWN REV

UP REV

DOWN DIR

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

FWD

ON

FWD

ON

REV

ON

REV

ON

4.0

4.0

ON

ON

DISPLAY INDICATION

OPEN OVER UNDER

20.0

20.0

20.0

4.0

4.0

20.0

4.0

20.0

ON

OFF

20.0

4.0

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

FWD

ON

REV

ON

REV

ON

FWD

ON

ON

ON

OFF

REV

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

FWD

ON

FWD

ON

REV

ON

Table 3

NOTE :- 1) If PV Scale (Burn out sensor) selected as none (none), during Open sensor i.e. Burnout condition, Control Output will be Preset Output.

User’s Manual Page 52 of 53

PID CONTROLLER -5040

REF NO: m53A/om/101

Issue NO: 08

13.7 Digital Input & Retransmission Output Type Selection Settings

In this Model Digital Input & Retransmission Output come with the two different types

Digital Input as

- Non-Voltage Contact Switch

Retransmission Output as

- Current Output

- Voltage Pulse (24VDC@5mA) Input - Voltage Output

Refer below figures for Jumper Setting to change Digital Input & Retransmission

Output type.

Note : All four Digital Inputs can be configured differently between available two types at the same time.

User’s Manual Page 53 of 53

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