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Configurable Multi-input, Multi-output or Multi-set point Controller XS Series INSTRUCTION MANUAL MIU.XS-6/96.10/E COD

Configurable Multi-input, Multi-output or Multi-set point Controller XS Series

Multi-output or Multi-set point Controller XS Series INSTRUCTION MANUAL MIU.XS-6/96.10/E COD J30-154-1AXS ING
Multi-output or Multi-set point Controller XS Series INSTRUCTION MANUAL MIU.XS-6/96.10/E COD J30-154-1AXS ING

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

MIU.XS-6/96.10/E

COD J30-154-1AXS ING

Multi-output or Multi-set point Controller XS Series INSTRUCTION MANUAL MIU.XS-6/96.10/E COD J30-154-1AXS ING ASCON spa

ASCON spa

GENERAL INDEX

1

DENTIFICATION OF MODEL

page 1

2

FUNCTION OF KEYS AND DISPLAYS

page

3

3

DIMENSIONS, INSTALLATION

page

6

4

ELECTRICAL WIRING

page

7

5

Y2 - Y3 AUXILIARY OUTPUTS

page 13

6

PASSWORDS

page 15

7

PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE (see enclosed leaflet) CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

8

OPERATING DIRECTIONS (see enclosed leaflet) SET POINT AUTO/MAN LOC/REM AUTO-TUNE

9

MODIFYING THE OPERATING STATE

page 16

12

TECHNICAL DATA

page 17

SERIAL COMMUNICATION (see DIRECTIONS FOR USE “serial communication supplement” MIU.XS-CS/E supplied separately)

17 SERIAL COMMUNICATION (see DIRECTIONS FOR USE “serial communication supplement” MIU.XS-CS/E supplied separately) 2

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17 SERIAL COMMUNICATION (see DIRECTIONS FOR USE “serial communication supplement” MIU.XS-CS/E supplied separately) 2

1 • IDENTIFICATION OF MODEL

Thank you for choosing an ASCON controller

The instruments of the XS series belong to the last generation of microprocessor based controller, are universal, very powerful but simple to use. They are fitted with AUTO-TUNE and EXPERT-TUNE, an auxiliary for system start-up, and serial communication for introduction into a distributed control network. They are complete because all possible variables are always present. Configuration of the instrument permits determination of the operating mode according to the application required.

1.1 Identification of model

Model code Configuration code Beginning and end of scale XS - A B C D
Model code
Configuration code
Beginning and end
of scale
XS -
A
B C
D
Power supply
A
100 …240 V 50/60 Hz
3
16 …28 V 50/60 Hz and 20…30 Vdc
5
Serial communications
B
None
0
20mA C.L. Std Ascon protocol
1
20mA C.L. Modbus/Jbus protocol
2
Retransmission output Y4
C
None
0
Fitted (4
20
mA or 0
10
Vdc)
1
Set point
D
Standard
(up to 4 mem. or Loc./Rem.)
0
Time-programmable
(11 segments)
1
OPTIONS
or 0 10 Vdc) 1 Set point D Standard (up to 4 mem. or Loc./Rem.) 0

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or 0 10 Vdc) 1 Set point D Standard (up to 4 mem. or Loc./Rem.) 0

1 • IDENTIFICATION OF MODEL

1.2 Configuration code

Configuration code Beginning and end of scale E F G H I L M N
Configuration code
Beginning and end of
scale
E
F
G H
I
L M N
O
P
Model code
Input X
E
F
Main output Y1
G
H
Auxiliary output Y2
I
Auxiliary output Y3
L
Retransmission output Y4
M
Set point W
N
Beginning and end of scale
(for configurable scales only)
O
P
2 nd part
OPZIONI
1 st part

The controller is normally configured in the factory.

!
!
If this appears on starting
If this appears on starting

the controller IS NOT CONFIGURED

2 • FUNCTION OF KEYS AND DISPLAYS

Auto-tune in course 12 1 Measurement X Waiting - programme in course 15 Active Remote
Auto-tune in course
12
1
Measurement X
Waiting - programme in course
15
Active Remote Set
11
2
Active serial communication
Mem. programme in execution
13
10
Set point W
Manual operation
14
3
Main output % Y1
5
4
7
Main output Y1 “ON”
Auxiliary N°
6
7a
Main output Y1 (heat)
Auxiliary output Y3 “ON”
Auxiliary output Y2 “ON”
9
7b
Main output Y1F (cool)
8
16
Set point
18
Increment digit
Functions (menu)
19
17
Select digit
Face seal IP54
20
Confirm data
Withdrawal screw
21
Automatic / Manual
Front cover
NUMERIC INDICATORS X, W, Y, N °
1
-
Measure X
The value of measure X is expressed in engineering
units.
(green)
If above end of scale
If below beginning of scale
-
In programmation: displays parameter values
10
-
In configuration: displays the values of the 1 st part
of the configuration code (see enclosed leaflet)
2
-
Set point W
Displays the operating Set point value
(Local or Remote)
(green)
-
In programmation: displays the parameter codes
-
7.5
In configuration: displays the index values of the 2 nd part
of the configuration code (see enclosed leaflet)
3
-
Output Y1
(green)
Displays the value of main output Y1 from 0
100%
(from - 100 to 100% for Y1 with dual action)
7.5
-
In configuration: Displays the mnemonic code
4
-
Auxiliary N°
Normally off, lights up to display
(green)
a
- the selected N° of 1 of the 4 stored Set points , in
which case led
5
"W" lights up too
7.5
b
- the N° of the segment in execution (option with
programmable set, see chapter 11) in this case,
a
b
led
6
"SG" lights up too
in execution (option with programmable set, see chapter 11) in this case, a b led 6

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in execution (option with programmable set, see chapter 11) in this case, a b led 6

2 • FUNCTION OF KEYS AND DISPLAYS

LEDS FOR OUTPUT STATE Lit with output Y1 “ON” 7 - Output Y1 (red) De-activated
LEDS FOR OUTPUT STATE
Lit with output Y1 “ON”
7
- Output Y1 (red)
De-activated with continuous or dual action
1
discontinuous output
7a
- Output Y1 (heat)
Lit with output
Y1 (heat) “ON”
Only for HEAT/COOL
dual action
7b
- Output Y1F (cool)
discontinuous
Lit with output
control
Y1F (cool)
“ON”
8
- Output Y2 (red)
Lit with output Y2 “ON”
2
9
- Output Y3 (red)
Lit with output Y3 “ON”
3
LEDS FOR OPERATING STATE
10
- Manual (green)
Lit
in
Manual operation
MAN
11
- Remote (green)
Lit
when the Remote Set point is operating
(if off,
the
operating Set point is the Local one)
REM
12
- Auto-Tune (green)
Lit
when Auto-Tune or Expert-Tune is AT in
course
AT
13
- Serial comm. (green)
Permanently lit when the serial communication
SCI
is enabled to write.
Flashes with signal in transit
14
- In execution (green)
When lit indicates that
the stored
programme
RUN
is in course
15
- Waiting (green)
When lit indicates the
temporary suspension
Only for Set
programmable
option
of
the programme in
HLD
course
With output Y3 active and configured as
Loop -
Loop
Break Alarm, the front displays X and
Break -
W
are flashing (see p. 14)
Alarm
and configured as Loop - Loop Break Alarm, the front displays X and Break - W

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and configured as Loop - Loop Break Alarm, the front displays X and Break - W

2 • FUNCTION OF KEYS AND DISPLAYS

KEYS 16 - Set Point Standard configuration: (1 Local + 4 storable used for: •
KEYS
16
-
Set Point
Standard configuration:
(1 Local + 4 storable used for:
• modifying the Set point
• recalling the 4 memorized Set points
(see enclosed leaflet)
Remote Set configuration:
(1 Local + 1 Remote) used for:
passing from Local to Remote Set point
and viceversa (see enclosed leaflet)
Programmed Set configuration:
(see chapter 11)
• to recall the Local operating Set point
• to start, stop, start again the
execution of the memorized programme
17
-
Digit selection
Selects the digit to be modified
(see enclosed leaflet)
In Manual operation, decrements the
value of main output Y1
Keys for
modifying
numeric
values of
18
-
Increment digit
Increments the value of the flashing
digit, from 0.9
In manual operation increments the
value of main output Y1
any data
19
- Functions
Permits access to menu of functions
to be programmed
Keysfordata
programming
and
processing
20
- Enter
Enter or Scroll of values and modes
of operation
21
- Auto/Man
Passage from Automatic to Manual operation and
viceversa
5

3 • DIMENSIONS - INSTALLATION

3.1 - Overall dimensions (in compliance with DIN 43700)

48 150 14 60 min. 65 min. with protection IP65 96 W - + 110
48
150
14
60
min.
65
min.
with
protection
IP65
96
W
-
+
110
min.
F
A/M
150
min.
with
protection
IP65
Front cover
projection
Ring with hook
and locking screw
92 +0.8
Advised
thickness 1 ÷ 16
45 +0.6
Wiring protection plate
Panel apertures

3.2 - Panel installation

A • Panel fitting IInstall away from: • heat sources • corrosive gases • dusty
A • Panel fitting
IInstall away from:
• heat sources
• corrosive gases
• dusty environments
AMBIENT
!
Temperature: 0 ÷ 50°C
Humidity
: 30
85uR%
C • Screw locking
! Do NOT force
cross-screwdriver
C • Screw locking ! Do NOT force cross-screwdriver B • Fixing with ring Knurl for
B • Fixing with ring Knurl for hook hold Holding hooks Locking Seal ring fitting
B • Fixing with ring
Knurl for hook
hold
Holding
hooks
Locking
Seal ring fitting
screws
D • Plate for engineering units if different from °C, remove and apply plate with
D • Plate for engineering units
if different from
°C, remove and
apply plate with
requested unit.
°F
Pa
%
kPa
HR%
MPa
mV
l/m
V
m 3 /h
mA
Nm 3 /h
A
CO%
kW
O2%
psi
m
Bar
rh
labels supplied
6

4 • ELECTRICAL WIRING

A • Terminal board 28 screw terminals M3.5 Plate pin Wiring protection plate Plate screw
A
• Terminal board
28 screw terminals M3.5
Plate pin
Wiring
protection plate
Plate screw
Cold joint
3 gilded
compensation
terminals for
thermometer
input signals
C • Effecting the connections With eyelet Cable wires terminals section N° 2 6.9 max.
C • Effecting the connections
With eyelet
Cable
wires
terminals
section
2
6.9
max.
With fork
terminals
7
1
0.25 ÷ 2.5
6.9
max.
AWG
22 ÷ 14
With tinned wire
2
6 ÷ 7
Preferential
AWG 22 ÷ 14 With tinned wire 2 6 ÷ 7 Preferential B • Freeing the
B • Freeing the terminals 1 Lift the plate to free the pin 2 Rotate
B
• Freeing the terminals
1
Lift the plate to free
the pin
2
Rotate
downwards
D • Protecting the terminal board 1 Rotate upwards 2 Depress the plate to engage
D
• Protecting the terminal board
1
Rotate
upwards
2
Depress the plate to
engage the pin

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2 Rotate downwards D • Protecting the terminal board 1 Rotate upwards 2 Depress the plate

4 • ELECTRICAL WIRING

Although this controller is designed to resist the heaviest disturbances present in industrial environments (level IV of standard (IEC 801-4), it is advised to keep to the following precautions:

Precautions Advised conductor course ! Power supply and output channels Single out supply line from
Precautions
Advised conductor course
!
Power supply and output channels
Single out supply line from
power line
D
E
D
E
Keep away from teleruptors,
electromagnetic contactors and
powerful motors
Keep away from power groups,
in particular if with phase control
A
Serial communication
B
Analogic inputs
Logic inputs and analogic
signals
A
B
C
E
A
B
C
E
C
Channel for low level signal conductors
D
Input
Outputs
E
Wiring diagram 1 11 COM Single power supply 8 TX 21 100 240 Vac -
Wiring diagram
1
11
COM
Single power supply
8
TX
21
100
240
Vac - 50/60 Hz
1
2
12
Serial
4
IL1
communication
22
(optional)
Logic
3
13
inputs
IL2
RX
23
Y3
4
14
Auxiliary
IL3
outputs
6
24
Y2
3
5
15
Remote set input
25
(-)
+ 24 Vdc (2)
6
16
X
4…20 mA
26
Y1
A Relay
(+)
i
17
A
A Relay
5
wire
7
27
Y1F
2 nd channel (cool)
transmitter
18
Main
7
(-)
output
28
B
Input
Retransmission
9
Y4
19
measurement
output
X
(option)
29
Y1
B
Continuous mA, V
Logic 0/18 Vdc
2
10
20
mA
J, L,
Volt
K, S…
Pt100
(1)
output X (option) 29 Y1 B Continuous mA, V Logic 0/18 Vdc 2 10 20 mA

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output X (option) 29 Y1 B Continuous mA, V Logic 0/18 Vdc 2 10 20 mA

4 • ELECTRICAL WIRING

Schema di collegamento 1 • Single power supply "Switching" type 11 • Standard: 100 to
Schema di collegamento
1
• Single power supply
"Switching" type
11
Standard: 100 to 240 Vac - 15% + 10%
Single power supply
12
for low tension: 24 Vac -15% + 10%
24 Vdc ±15%
Absorbed power 4VA
2 • "X" measurement input
A - For thermocouples J-L-K-S-R
• Respect polarities
7
• For eventual extensions, use a
compensated cable suitable for the type
of thermocouple used
9
• The eventual screen is well earthed
at only one end
Line: max. 150 Ω
B
- For RTD Pt100
• For 3-wire connection, use cables of same
section (min. 1 sq.mm)
A
7
• For 2-wire connection, use cables of
adequate section (min. 1.5 sq.mm.)
B
9
Note:
B
10
for 3-wire connection only
Line: max. 20 Ω per wire
with a 15 m. probe-controller distance and
a 1.5 sq.mm. section cable, the error is
about 1°C.
For 2-wire transmitter
For 3 or 4-wire transmitter
C
• Continuous, mA, Volt
+24 Vdc
+24 Vdc
4…20 mA
Auxiliary
+24
6
6
6
supply for
Vdc
X
transmitter
i
7
7
7
X
Input mA, Volt
Rj
Transmitter
Rj
Rj
i
9
9
9
Transmitter
Rj = 30 Ω per mA
Rj = 10 KΩ per Volt
com.
7 X Input mA, Volt Rj Transmitter Rj Rj i 9 9 9 Transmitter Rj =

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7 X Input mA, Volt Rj Transmitter Rj Rj i 9 9 9 Transmitter Rj =

4 • ELECTRICAL WIRING

Rj = 30 Ω per mA Ri = 330 KΩ per V In current 4
Rj = 30 Ω per mA
Ri = 330 KΩ per V
In current
4
20
mA
In voltage
0
10
Vdc
5
Remote Set point mA, Volt
Rj
NOT galvanically
!
isolated
25
4
• Logic inputs
External contacts
COM
21
H
C1
IL1
22
H
C2
An impulsive (2 sec. at least) closing
of contacts C1, C2, C3, permits the
passage from AUTO/MAN, from
Local/Remote Set point, recalling the
IL2
23
4
memorized
Set
points
and
H
C3
IL3
launching
of the programmed Set
24
point. (see p. 16)
5
• Main output Y1
16
Y1
A
Relay
Universal and galvanically isolated.
2 relays are simultaneously present
17
A
Relay
for discontinuous output with single or
Y1F
2 nd channel (cool)
18
dual
action (HEAT:COOL) and the
signal for standard continuous output
19
4 20mA
(or 0
10Vdc)
which can also
Continuous 4 20mA
Y1
(0 10Vdc)
be Logic output 0/18Vdc).
20
Logic output 0/18Vdc
A • Single with Relay
NA contact, capacity 5A/250Vac for
Load
resistive loads (transition 2 x 10
16
Y1
V ~
(coeff.5) min. at 5A/250Vac)
17
capacity 5A/250Vac for Load resistive loads (transition 2 x 10 16 Y1 V ~ (coeff.5) min.

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capacity 5A/250Vac for Load resistive loads (transition 2 x 10 16 Y1 V ~ (coeff.5) min.

4 • ELECTRICAL WIRING

5 • Main output Y1 (continued) B • single in current Load Continuous output 4
5 • Main output Y1 (continued)
B • single in current
Load
Continuous output 4 20mA
galvanically isolated
19
450 Ω
Y1
max.
20
!
C • single in voltage
Load
19
Position the switch set
inside the controller too
500 Ω
Y1
min.
20
Continuous
output 0 10Vdc
galvanically
isolated
2 3
1
D • single logic
Load
Output 0/18Vdc
(20mA max.)
1
Continuous output
19
4
20mA
Standard
2
Continuous output
Y1
V
~
galvanically
isolated
0
10Vdc
20
3
Logic output
Relay or static contactor
18Vdc 0
E • Dual action relay
For controllers with dual action output Y1 (example:
NA
17
Heat-Cool), an extra output Y1F with Relay is available
for the cooling action. If a continuous output is desired
Y1F
V ~
18
for cooling, use the retransmission output Y4 (option)
configured for retransmission of the signal: Y1F (cool).
Possible combinations for Y1 dual are:
Load
resistive loads 5A \ 250 Vac
Terminals
16 - 17
19 - 20
16-17
19 - 20
Y1 ▲ (Heat)
R
R
L
L
C
C
R
C
L
F • Continuous dual action
Y1 ▼ (Cool)
R
L*
R
L*
L*
R
C
C
C
Terminals
17 - 18
28 - 29
where:
R = Relay
L = Logic
C = continuous (mA or Volt)
Load
*version on request
28
For Y1 cool, R is the extra relay of Y1, while C is the
retransmission output Y4 configured to retransmit Y1
Y4
500 Ω
cool: 4
20mA
or 0
10
Volt.
min.
29
Output feature of dual action controllers
Cool - 100%
Heat 100%
Retransmission output Y1F (option)
Y1F limit
Y1C limit
Dead
galvanically isolated
(0…-100%)
(0…100%)
zone
4
20mA,
10Vdc max. or
0
10Vdc,
20mA max.
Y1F = output
cool
See retransmission
output Y4
Cool
Heat
!
Y1C = output
heat
-100%
0 0
100%
20mA max. Y1F = output cool See retransmission output Y4 Cool Heat ! Y1C = output

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20mA max. Y1F = output cool See retransmission output Y4 Cool Heat ! Y1C = output

4 • ELECTRICAL WIRING

6

Load 13 Y3 V ~ 14 Y2 15 Load
Load
13
Y3
V ~
14
Y2
15
Load
6 Load 13 Y3 V ~ 14 Y2 15 Load NA contacts, capacity 5A/250Vac for resistive

NA contacts, capacity 5A/250Vac for resistive loads (transitions 2x10 (coeff.5)

min. at 5A/250Vac)

• Auxiliary outputs Y2 (see p. 13)

7 • Retransmission output Y4 (option) Load Galvanically isolated 28 4 20mA, 10Vdc max. or
7
• Retransmission output Y4 (option)
Load
Galvanically isolated
28
4
20mA,
10Vdc max. or
500 Ω
Y4
0
10Vdc,
20mA max.
min.
29
Passing from 4
20mA
(standard)
Retransmission
!
to 0
10Vdc,
output Y1F
JUMPER
by moving a
inside the controller
(option)
Retransmission:
of measurement X
of Set point W
of output Y1F (Cool)
A
4…20 mA
V
0…10 Vdc

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1  
1  

1

 
2  

2

 
  3
 

3

Zener

2,7 V

 
   
   

4

1   2     3 Zener 2,7 V           4

Transmission

Zener 2,7 V           4 Transmission Reception TX RX Note Zener 2,7

Reception

TX

RX

Note Zener 2,7 V Only for 20mA C.L.

• Serial communication (option)

2,7 V Only for 20mA C.L. • Serial communication (option) Interface 20mA C.L. passive and galvanically

Interface 20mA C.L. passive and galvanically isolated

Consult Directions for use "SERIAL COMMUNICATION SUPPLEMENT" MIU-CS/E supplied separately.

isolated Consult Directions for use "SERIAL COMMUNICATION SUPPLEMENT" MIU-CS/E supplied separately. 12

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isolated Consult Directions for use "SERIAL COMMUNICATION SUPPLEMENT" MIU-CS/E supplied separately. 12

5 • Y2 - Y3 AUXILIARY OUTPUTS

Deviation Active high Set point W (1) On W 1 Off (above) -300 +300 steps
Deviation
Active high
Set point
W (1)
On
W
1
Off
(above)
-300
+300
steps
compared to W1
Active low
H
(under)
∆W
-300 steps
+300 steps
Band
Active out
Set point I
WI (1)
On
W
1
Off
(above)
-0
300
steps
compared to W1
Active in
H
H
(under)
I∆WI
I∆WI
-300 steps
+300 steps
Independent
Active high
Set point (1):
On
W
1
Off
(above)
from beginning
to end of scale
On
Off
Active low
H
(under)
W
Beginning of scale
End of scale

(1) - The Set point of Y2 and Y3 is not limited by the limits of the main Set point W1, but only by the scale span.

Deviation with startup inhibition

inhibition Startup
inhibition
Startup

W

W1

On

Off

inhibition Startup
inhibition
Startup

W1

W

On

Off

Active high

(above)

Active low

(under)

Set point

W (1)

-300

+300

steps

compared to W1

W1 ∆ W On Off Active high (above) Active low (under) Set point W (1) -300

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W1 ∆ W On Off Active high (above) Active low (under) Set point W (1) -300

5 • Y2 - Y3 AUXILIARY OUTPUTS

“Loop-Break-Alarm” LBA (control loop defect/interruption) Any interruption in the connections or any anomaly in the
“Loop-Break-Alarm” LBA (control loop defect/interruption)
Any interruption in the connections
or any anomaly in the operation of
one of the control loop components,
will cause the output Y3 to be
energized after a few minutes and
front display X and W will be
flashing.
The alarm state will stop when the
anomaly causing it stops or
Y 1
depressing any key for silencing it.
m A
° C
!
With ON - OFF action "LBA"
feature is not available
Time-programmable intervention
Only available with the Programmable Set point option.
The ON or OFF state of the auxiliary outputs Y2 and/or Y3 can be
selected for every segment of the programme.
(See chapter 11)
OFF state of the auxiliary outputs Y2 and/or Y3 can be selected for every segment of

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OFF state of the auxiliary outputs Y2 and/or Y3 can be selected for every segment of

6 • PASSWORD

In order to prevent tampering or inadvertent alterations of the configuration or of some important parameters at the programming stage, 2 passwords have to be entered.

6.1 Password of access to configuration

have to be entered. 6.1 Password of access to configuration NO OK YES Enter password of
NO OK
NO
OK

YES

Enter password of access to configuration (see enclosed leaflet))

Return to normal function

Introduction into configuration

Return to normal function Introduction into configuration 6.2 Password of access to the 5 th parameter

6.2 Password of access to the 5 th parameter group

6.2 Password of access to the 5 th parameter group NO OK YES Enter password of
NO OK
NO
OK

YES

Enter password of access to the 5 th group (see enclosed leaflet)

Return to normal function

Introduction into the 5 th group

access to the 5 t h group (see enclosed leaflet) Return to normal function Introduction into
access to the 5 t h group (see enclosed leaflet) Return to normal function Introduction into

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access to the 5 t h group (see enclosed leaflet) Return to normal function Introduction into

9 • MODIFYING THE OPERATING STATE

Modifications may be carried out through: commands from keyboard external contacts on logic inputs External
Modifications may be carried
out
through:
commands from keyboard
external contacts on logic inputs
External contacts
COM
21
H
C1
IL1
22
H
C2
IL2
23
H
C3
IL3
24
commands via serial
see separate manual
20mA C.L.
RS232
Interface
With external contacts on logic
inputs IL1, IL2, IL3
Impulsives closing for at least 2 sec., of contacts C1, C2, C3, permits modification of
state or of Set point.
IL1
IL2
IL3
Type of modification
Version with standard
Set point (note1)
Version with standard
Set point
Version with
programmable Set point
1 Local + 4 Memorized
1 Local + 1 Remote
(option)
C1
C2
C3
No action
ON
Passage from REMOTE to LOCAL
ON
Passage
from AUTOMATIC to MANUAL
ON
ON
Passage
from MANUAL to AUTOMATIC
ON
Local Sp. = Memorized Sp. 1
Local
passage
Sp. to Remote Sp.
Programme startup
RUN
Local Sp. = Memorized Sp. 2
Passage to successive
ON
ON
segment (NEXT)
Local Sp. = Memorized Sp. 3
Temporary stop
ON
ON
of programme
HLD
Local Sp. = Memorized Sp. 4
ON
ON
ON
Restart after stop of
programme
Note 1: Is possible to fix the selected Set point holding closed the relative contacts.
While they are closed is possible to make changment from Auto/Man or Man/Auto but
it is not possible to change Set point
they are closed is possible to make changment from Auto/Man or Man/Auto but it is not

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they are closed is possible to make changment from Auto/Man or Man/Auto but it is not

12 • TECHNICAL DATA

Accuracy

0.2% ± 1 digit (for input with RTD Pt100 and thermocouples)

 

(a25°C amb.)

0.1% ± 1 digit (for input in current and voltage)

 
 

RTD Pt100

Pt100@ 0°C, (IEC 751)

 

Input "X"

Thermocouples

J-K-S-R (IEC 584), L (DIN 43710)

With

configurable

(configurable)

 

Continuous current

4

20mA,

0

20mA,

Ri 30

scale field

Continuous voltage

0

1Vdc,

0

10Vdc,

Ri 10K

Auxiliary

3 of logic type (control of operating and Set point states)

 

inputs

 

1 Local + 4 storable

Set point

Distinct ascent and descent gradient slope

 

(standard

 

0.1

120.0%

scale/min. or step gradient

version)

 
 
 

Higher and lower limit

from beginning to end of scale

 
 

from 3 to 11 segments (1 initial and 1 final)

 

programmable

 

from 0.1 to 540 min. (about 9 h.)

0

9999

min (on request)

 

Set point

(option)

Segment duration

 
 

Number of repetitions

1 9999

 
 

In current

4

20mA,

Ri30

Not isolated

Local/Remote

 

accuracy:

Set point

 

In voltage

0

10Vdc,

Ri 330k

0.1% at 25°C.

Control

Algorithm

PID, PI, PD, P or On - Off

 

mode

 
 
 

Proportional band (P)

0,5 999.9%

 

Integral action time (I)

0.1

100min.,

excludable

 

Derivative action time (D)

0.01

10min.,

excludable

 

Cycle time

1

200

sec. (for discontinuous control)

 

Hysteresis

0.1

10%

(for on-off control)

 

Feed-Forward action

0

500%

excludable scale span

 

Approach High and Low

0.01

twice

the proportional band

 

Dead zone

±0.0…5% for dual action (heat-cool) control

Auto - Tune

For automatic parameter adjustment (One shot)

 

Expert - Tune

For continuous optimization of the parameters during normal operation.

Auto/Man

With bumpless action, AUTO/MAN transfer via keyboard, logic input and serial communication.

Station

Auto/Man With bumpless action, AUTO/MAN transfer via keyboard, logic input and serial communication. Station 17

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Auto/Man With bumpless action, AUTO/MAN transfer via keyboard, logic input and serial communication. Station 17

12 • TECHNICAL DATA

 

Single or dual, with direct or reverse action

 

Discontinuous

Relay with dual action transitions

2 contacts NA, 5A/250Vac, 2x10 coeff.5

 

Main output

Logic

   

Y1

0.18 Vdc, 20mA max. (for static relays)

(configurable)

 

Current

4

20mA(450

max.,10 Volts max.)

 

galvanically

Continuous

isolated

Voltage

0

10Vdc(450

min. 20 mA max.)

 

Maximum output

10

100%

(1 st channel

) -10

-100%

(2n d channel

)

 
 

Relay

2 contacts NA, 5A/250Vac, 2x10(coeff.5) transitions

 

Action mode

active high (above the set point) active low (below the set point)

 

Hysteresis

0,1 10%

 

Auxiliary outputs Y2 - Y3 (configurable)

 

deviation

 

± 300 steps (with or without inhibited startup)

 

Type of Set point

band

 

0

300

steps

 

independent

 

from beginning to end of scale

 

Loop-Break-Alarm (signal of control loop defect)

 

Special functions

time-programmable (only for Set programmable option)

 

Retransmission

Current

4

20mA(450

max.,10Vdc max.)

 

galvanically

 

output Y4

 
 

isolated

(option)

Voltage

0

10Vdc(500

min.,20mA max.)

 

Serial

 

commnication

Interface 20mA C.L. passive and galvanically isolated For other data, see manual MIU,XS-CS/E

 

(option)

 

Access to parameters

On three levels for: modification, indication only, no access

 

Protections

Immunity to disturbances

level IV, standard IEC 801-4

 

All significant data are stored in a non-volatile memory

 
 

Standard model

100

240V,

48

63Hz,

-15% + 10%

250 Vac max

 

Single

 
 

power

Low voltage model

24V, 48

63Hz,

-15% + 10% or 24Vdc ± 15%

 

supply

Absorbed power

about 4VA

 

Auxiliary

24Vdc ± 10%, 20mA max.

for 2-wire or 3 or 4-wire transmitter

 

power supply

 

Isolation group

C according to VDE 0110

 

Climatic group

KWF according to DIN 40040

 

Ambient temperature

0

50°C.,

humidity 35

85uR%

 

General

 

Front:IP54 standard (IP65 with Kit AXIP65- 1) Cover: IP30, terminal board IP20

 

features

Protection

Material

Self-extinguishing UL94V1

 

Weight

about 480 g.

 

Dimensions

48 x 96, depth 150mm, according to DIN 43700

 
  Weight about 480 g.   Dimensions 48 x 96, depth 150mm, according to DIN 43700

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  Weight about 480 g.   Dimensions 48 x 96, depth 150mm, according to DIN 43700

GUARANTEE

The equipment is guaranteed free from manufacturing defects for 1 year after installation, for a maximum of 18 months after delivery. Faults caused by use other than that described in these operating instructions are excluded from the guarantee.

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