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Temperature Controller 1 / 16 DIN - 48 x 48

M4 line

Controller 1 / 1 6 DIN - 48 x 48 M4 line c c User manual

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User manual • M.I.U.M4 - 4/01.02 • Cod. J30-478-1AM4 IE

Controller 1 / 1 6 DIN - 48 x 48 M4 line c c User manual

Temperature Controller 1 / 16 DIN - 48 x 48

M4 line

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NOTES ON ELECTRIC SAFETY AND ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY.

Please, read carefully these instructions before proceeding with the installation of the controller. Class II instrument, rear panel mounting.

This controller has been designed with compliance to:

Regulations on electrical apparatus (appliance, systems and installa- tions) according to the European Community directive 73/23 CEE amend- ed by the European Comunity directive 93/68 CEE and the Regulations

on the essential protection requirements in electrical apparatus EN 61010- 1 (IEC 1010 - 1) : 90 +A1:92 + A2:95. Regulations on Electromagnetic Compatibility according to the European Community directive n089/336/CEE, amended by the European Community directive n° 92/31/CEE and the following regulations:

Regulations on RF emissions

EN50081 - 1 EN50081 - 2

Regulation on RF immunity EN500082-2 for industrial equipment and system

residential environments for industrial environments

It is important to understand that it’s responsibility of the installer to ensure the compliance of the regulations on safety requirements and EMC.

The repair of this controller has no user serviceable parts and requires special equipment and specialised engineers. Therefore, a repair can be hardly carried on directly by the user. For this purpose, the manufac- turer provides technical assistance and the repair service for its Customers. Please, contact your nearest Agent for further information.

All the information and warnings about safety and electromagnet- ic compatibility are marked with the B sign, at the side of the note.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INSTALLATION 2 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS 3 PRODUCT CODING 4 OPERATIONS 5 AUTOMATIC TUNING 6 SPECIAL
1
INSTALLATION
2
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
3
PRODUCT CODING
4
OPERATIONS
5
AUTOMATIC TUNING
6
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
7
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Table of contents

Page

4

Page

8

Page

16

Page

20

Page

38

Page

40

Page

46

Resources

Operating mode

 

Control *

 

Alarms

  Control *   Alarms   1 OP1 action   OP2 OP3   Single OP2  
  Control *   Alarms   1 OP1 action   OP2 OP3   Single OP2  
 

1 OP1

action

 

OP2

OP3

 

Single

OP2

 

OP1

OP3

 

Double

action

OP1

OP3

OP2

 
 

Double

4 OP1

OP2

 

OP3

 

Double

5 OP2

action

OP3

OP1

 
Continuous tuning Adaptive
Continuous tuning
Adaptive
Main universal input
Main universal input

Auxiliary input (option)

Main universal input Auxiliary input (option) PV AUX Digital input (option) IL
PV AUX
PV
AUX
Main universal input Auxiliary input (option) PV AUX Digital input (option) IL
Digital input (option)
Digital input (option)

IL

Main universal input Auxiliary input (option) PV AUX Digital input (option) IL

Setpoint

Special functions

Setpoint Special functions IL connected functions (option)
Setpoint Special functions IL connected functions (option)
Setpoint Special functions IL connected functions (option)
Setpoint Special functions IL connected functions (option)
Setpoint Special functions IL connected functions (option)

IL connected functions

(option)

Setpoint Special functions IL connected functions (option)
Setpoint Special functions IL connected functions (option)
Setpoint Special functions IL connected functions (option)
Setpoint Special functions IL connected functions (option)

OP1

OP1
OP1
 

OP2

OP2
 
 

OP3

OP3
 
 

OP4

OP4
(option)

(option)

Single  OP2   OP3   OP4 (option) M4 2 action 3 action Fuzzy tuning with automatic

M4
M4
OP2   OP3   OP4 (option) Single M4 2 action 3 action Fuzzy tuning with automatic

2 action 3OP2   OP3   OP4 (option) Single M4 action Fuzzy tuning with automatic selection One shot

actionOP3   OP4 (option) Single M4 2 action 3 Fuzzy tuning with automatic selection One shot

Fuzzy tuning with automatic selection

M4 2 action 3 action Fuzzy tuning with automatic selection One shot One shot Auto tuning

One shot

One shot One shot

One shot

Auto tuning

Natural Frequency

Modbus RS485

Parameterisation

Supervision

(option)

* Each control output can be replaced by the OP4 analogue output

1 - Installation

1
1

INSTALLATION

Installation must only be carried out by qualified personnel.

Before proceeding with the instal- lation of this controller, follow the instructions illustrated in this man- ual and, particularly the installation precautions marked with the B symbol, related to the European Community directive on electrical protection and electromagnetic compatibility.

B

To prevent hands or metal touch- ing parts that may be electrically live, the controllers must be installed in an enclosure and/or in a cubicle.

1.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION

IP 20 Termination Unit EN61010 - 1 (IEC1010 - 1)

Panel surface Product code label Mounting clamps Sealing front panel gasket
Panel surface
Product code label
Mounting clamps
Sealing front panel gasket

Front panel IP65 protection EN 650529 (IEC 529)

1.2 DIMENSIONAL DETAILS

48 mm

1.89 in

48 mm 1.89 in
48 mm
1.89 in
1.2 DIMENSIONAL DETAILS 48 mm 1.89 in 48 mm 1.89 in 120 mm 4.72 in 20

120 mm

4.72 in

20 mm max 0.79 in max
20 mm max
0.79 in max

1 - Installation

1.3 PANEL CUT-OUT

65 mm min 2.56 in min

45 +0.6 mm 1.78 +0.023 in 65 mm min 2.56 in min
45 +0.6 mm
1.78 +0.023 in
65 mm min
2.56 in min

45 +0.6 mm

1.78 +0.023 in

1 - Installation

1.4 ENVIRONMENTAL RATINGS

B

Operating conditions

M

Altitude up to 2000 m

T

Temperature 0…50°C

%Rh

Relative humidity 5…95 % non-condensing

Special conditions

Suggestions

M

Altitude > 2000 m

Use 24V~ supply version

T

Temperature >50°C

Use forced air ventilation

%Rh

Humidity > 95 %

Warm up

P

Conducting atmosphere

Use filter

Forbidden Conditions D

C

Corrosive atmosphere

E

Explosive atmosphere

1 - Installation

1.5

PANEL MOUNTING

1.5.1 INSERT THE INSTRUMENT

1 Prepare panel cut-out

2 Check front panel gasket posi- tion

3 Insert the instrument through the cut-out 1 3 2
3 Insert the instrument through
the cut-out
1
3
2

1.5.2 INSTALLATION SECURING

1.5.3 CLAMPS REMOVING

1 Fit the mounting clamps

2 Push the mounting clamps towards the panel surface to secure the instrument

1 2 1
1
2
1

1 Insert the screwdriver in the clips of the clamps

2 Rotate the screwdriver

2 1
2
1

1.5.4 INSTRUMENT UNPLUGGING

B

1 Push and

2 pull to remove the instrument

Electrostatic discharges can dam-

age the instrument Before removing the instrument the operator must discharge himself

1MΩ
1MΩ

to ground

1 2 1
1
2
1

2 - Electrical connections

2
2

ELECTRICAL

CONNECTIONS

OP3

OUT

18V

OP2-L

TA

L

N

O P 3 OUT 1 8 V OP2-L TA L N NO 3 C 4 OP1
NO 3 C 4 OP1
NO
3
C
4
OP1
B b
B
b

1 13

NO C RS485 (OP4)
NO
C
RS485
(OP4)
TA L N NO 3 C 4 OP1 B b 1 13 NO C RS485 (OP4)

2 14

15 NO 16 C OP2-R
15
NO
16
C
OP2-R
3 C 4 OP1 B b 1 13 NO C RS485 (OP4) 2 14 15 NO

LOGIC

INPUT

3 C 4 OP1 B b 1 13 NO C RS485 (OP4) 2 14 15 NO
TC mA mV
TC
mA
mV

5 17

A 12
A
12

6 18

9 RTD 11
9
RTD
11
2.1 TERMINATION UNIT B 1 7 Rear 13 terminal cover 2 8 14 0,5 3
2.1 TERMINATION UNIT
B
1
7
Rear
13
terminal
cover
2
8
14
0,5
3
9
15
Nm
4
10
16
5
11
17
5.7 mm
0.22 in
6
12
18
Cable size
0,5…1,5 mm 2
(22 a 16 AWG)

18 screw terminalsin 6 12 18 Cable size 0,5…1,5 mm 2 (22 a 16 AWG) Option terminals Holding

Option terminalsCable size 0,5…1,5 mm 2 (22 a 16 AWG) 18 screw terminals Holding screw 0.5 Nm

Holding screw 0.5 Nmmm 2 (22 a 16 AWG) 18 screw terminals Option terminals Positive screw driver PH1 Negative

Positive screw driver PH118 screw terminals Option terminals Holding screw 0.5 Nm Negative screw driver 0,8 x 4 mm

Negative screw driver 0,8 x 4 mm driver 0,8 x 4 mm

Terminals

screw driver PH1 Negative screw driver 0,8 x 4 mm Terminals Pin connector q 1.4 mm

Pin connector q 1.4 mm 0.055 in max

Ø
Ø

Fork-shape

AMP 165004

Ø 5.5 mm - 0.21 in

L
L

Stripped wire

L 5.5 mm - 0.21 in

PRECAUTIONS

B

2 - Electrical connections

2.2 PRECAUTIONS AND ADVISED CONDUCTOR COURSE

B

Despite the fact that the instrument has been designed to work in an harsh and noisy environmental (level IV of the industrial standard IEC 801-4), it is recommended to follow the following suggestions.

A

All the wiring must comply with the local regulations.

The supply wiring should be rout- ed away from the power cables. Avoid to use electromagnetic con- tactors, power Relays and high power motors nearby. Avoid power units nearby, espe- cially if controlled in phase angle

Keep the low level sensor input wires away from the power lines and the output cables. If this is not achievable, use shield- ed cables on the sensor input, with the shield connected to earth.

Conduit for supply and output cables

B

A

B

B

B

A

B

1 L 7 2 N 8 3 9 4 10 5 11 6 12 C
1
L
7
2
N
8
3
9
4
10
5
11
6
12
C
ED

16

17

18

15

C

L N 4 5 6 C ED
L
N
4
5
6
C
ED

7 13

8 14

9 15

10 16

11 17

12 18

3

4 5 6 C ED 7 13 8 14 9 15 10 16 11 17 12

C

13 1

14 2

A = Supply

B = Outputs

C = Analog inputs

D = Analogue Output Serial Comm.s

E = Digital input/output

Conduit for low level sensor cables

2 - Electrical connections

2.3 EXAMPLE OF WIRING DIAGRAM (HEAT COOL CONTROL)

B

Power supply Supervisor Retransmission V~ Power supply [3] switch RS485 0P4 RX/TX 4…20mA Cooling V~
Power supply
Supervisor
Retransmission
V~
Power
supply
[3]
switch
RS485
0P4
RX/TX
4…20mA
Cooling
V~
Fuse
[5]
Fuse 0.2A T [4]
1
7
13
V~
OP3
[6]
2 8
14
Fuse
[5]
Fuse 2A~T
3 18V
9
15
[6]
OP1
OP2
[6]
V~
4
10
16
OP2
Alarm
5
11
17
TC
6
12
18
CT Current transformer 50 mA
Heating V~

Notes:

1] Make sure that the power supply voltage is the same indicated on the instrument. 2] Switch on the power supply only after that all the electrical con- nections have been completed. 3] In accordance with the safety reg-

ulations, the power supply switch shall bring the identification of the relevant instrument. The power supply switch shall be easily accessible from the operator. 4] The instrument is protected with

a 0.2 A~ T fuse. In case of fail-

ure it is suggested to return the instrument to the manufacturer for repair. 5] To protect the instrument internal circuits use:

- 2 A~ T fuses for Relay outputs - 1 A~ T fuses for Triac outputs 6] Relay contacts are already pro- tected with varistors. Only in case of 24 V ~ induc- tive loads, use model A51-065- 30D7 varistors (on request)

2.3.1 POWER SUPPLY

B

Switching power supply with mul- tiple isolation and internal fuse

• Standard version:

nominal voltage:

100 - 240V~ (- 15% + 10%) Frequency 50/60Hz

• Low Voltage version:

Nominal voltage:

24V~ (- 25% + 12%) Frequency 50/60Hz or 24V– (- 15% + 25%)

• Power consumption 3 VA max Included 0.2A T fuse L 1 Supply N 2
• Power consumption 3 VA max
Included
0.2A T fuse
L
1
Supply
N
2

2 - Electrical connections

2.3.2 PV CONTROL INPUT

B

A

For L-J-K-S-T thermocouple type

Connect the wires with the polarity as shown

Use always compensation cable of the correct type for the ther- mocouple used

The shield, if present, must be connected to a proper earth.

B

For Pt100 resistance thermometer

If a 3 wires system is used, use always cables of the same diam- eter (1mm 2 min.) (line 20 /lead maximum resistance)

When using a 2 wires system, use always cables of the same diam- eter (1,5mm 2 min.) and put a jumper between terminals 5 and 6

C

For T (2x RTD Pt100) Special

A When the distance between the controller and the sensor is 15 mt. using a cable of 1.5 mm 2 diameter, produces an error on the measure of 1°C.

R1 + R2 must be <320

5 6
5
6
on the measure of 1°C. R1 + R2 must be <320 Ω 5 6 wire resistance

wire resistance 150max

5 B 6 b 12 A
5
B
6
b
12
A
Ω 5 6 wire resistance 150 Ω max 5 B 6 b 12 A For 3

For 3 wires only

20 /lead maxi-

mum resistance

R1
R1
R1 R2
R2
R2

A

5
5
6
6
12
12

B

A

resistance R1 R2 A 5 6 12 B A Use wires of the same length and

Use wires of the same length and

1.5 mm 2 size.

20 /lead maxi-

mum resistance.

2 - Electrical connections

2.3.2 PV CONTROL INPUT

B

D For mA, mV

mV mA 5 6 Rj >10MΩ External
mV
mA
5
6
Rj >10MΩ
External

Shunt 2.5

D1 With 2 wires transducer

4…20mA 9 18V– [1] PV 5 Transducer 6 external shunt 2.5Ω D2 With 3 wires
4…20mA
9
18V–
[1]
PV
5
Transducer
6
external shunt 2.5Ω
D2 With 3 wires transducer
9 18V– 5 PV Transducer 6 external shunt
9
18V–
5
PV
Transducer
6
external shunt

2.5

[1]

[1] Auxiliary power supply for external transmitter 18V– ±20% /30mA max. without short circuit protection

2.3.3

AUXILIARY INPUT

 

(option)

B

For current transformer CT

Not isolated

For the measure of the load cur- rent (see page 34)

2.3.4

DIGITAL INPUT

 

(option) (page 37)

B

• The input is active when the logic state is ON, correspond- ing to the contact closed

• Primary coil10A…100A

• Secondary coil 50mA default 100mA jumper selectable

• The input is inactive when the logic state is OFF, correspond- ing to the contact open

CT 17 18 50/100mA
CT
17
18
50/100mA

5 watt burden resistor 0.5for 1A secondary transformer coil 0.1for 5A secondary transformer coil

load

NPN

open collector

IL 1

5A secondary transformer coil load NPN open collector IL 1 C1 9 TTL open collector ~

C1

secondary transformer coil load NPN open collector IL 1 C1 9 TTL open collector ~ 10
9
9
secondary transformer coil load NPN open collector IL 1 C1 9 TTL open collector ~ 10

TTL

open

collector

~ 10
~
10

10…100A

11
11

Com.

Isolated

contact

Jumper for 100 mA secondary transformer coil
Jumper for
100 mA
secondary
transformer coil

2 - Electrical connections

2.3.5 OP1 - OP2 - OP3 OUTPUTS

B

The functionality associated to each of the OP1, OP2 and OP3 input is defined during the configuration of the instrument index l(see page 18). The suggested combinations are:

   

Control outputs [1]

Alarms

 

AL2

AL3

A action

Single

OP1

 

OP2-R

OP3

Heat

B action

Single

OP2-L

 

OP1

OP3

Heat

C action

Double

OP1

OP3

OP2-R

 

Heat

Cool

[2]

D action

Double

OP1

OP2-L

 

OP3

Heat

Cool

[2]

E action

Double

OP2-L

OP3

OP1

 

Heat

Cool

[2]

OP1 - OP3

Relay or Triac output

OP2 - L

Logic output

OP2 - R

Relay output

Notes [1] Each control output can be replaced by the OP4 analogue output. The replaced output is not yet available. [2] With heat / cool control AL2 and AL3 share in or mode the same output (the free one).

OP2 output can be Relay (Std) or logic. The “jumper” on the auxiliary board selects the output type:

Link Pins 1-2 for OP2-Relay Link Pins 2-3 for OP2-Logic

Jumper 3 Auxiliary 2 board 1
Jumper
3
Auxiliary
2
board
1

2 - Electrical connections

2.3.5-A SINGLE ACTION

RELAY (TRIAC) CONTROL OUTPUT

Fuse

2.3.5-A SINGLE ACTION RELAY (TRIAC) CONTROL OUTPUT Fuse 2.3.5-C DOUBLE ACTION RELAY (TRIAC)/RELAY (TRIAC) CONTROL

2.3.5-C DOUBLE ACTION

RELAY (TRIAC)/RELAY (TRIAC) CONTROL OUTPUT

B

3 OP1 4
3
OP1
4

Fuse

RELAY (TRIAC)/RELAY (TRIAC) CONTROL OUTPUT B 3 OP1 4 Fuse 13 OP3 14 Coil of the
13 OP3 14
13
OP3
14
(TRIAC) CONTROL OUTPUT B 3 OP1 4 Fuse 13 OP3 14 Coil of the cool load
(TRIAC) CONTROL OUTPUT B 3 OP1 4 Fuse 13 OP3 14 Coil of the cool load

Coil of the cool load contactor

Varistor for inductive load 24V~ only

B Fuse

contactor Varistor for inductive load 24V ~ only B Fuse Coil of the heat load contactor
contactor Varistor for inductive load 24V ~ only B Fuse Coil of the heat load contactor
contactor Varistor for inductive load 24V ~ only B Fuse Coil of the heat load contactor

Coil of the heat load contactor

3 OP1 4
3
OP1
4
~ only B Fuse Coil of the heat load contactor 3 OP1 4 Coil of the
~ only B Fuse Coil of the heat load contactor 3 OP1 4 Coil of the

Coil of the heat load contactor

Varistor for inductive load 24V~ only

2.3.5-D DOUBLE ACTION

RELAY (TRIAC)/LOGIC CONTROL OUTPUT

B

Fuse

DOUBLE ACTION RELAY (TRIAC)/LOGIC CONTROL OUTPUT B Fuse 3 OP1 4 Coil of the heat load
3 OP1 4
3
OP1
4
ACTION RELAY (TRIAC)/LOGIC CONTROL OUTPUT B Fuse 3 OP1 4 Coil of the heat load contactor
ACTION RELAY (TRIAC)/LOGIC CONTROL OUTPUT B Fuse 3 OP1 4 Coil of the heat load contactor

Coil of the heat load contactor

Varistor for inductive load 24V~ only

Static Cool relay load 10 OP2 11
Static
Cool
relay
load
10
OP2
11

2.3.5-E DOUBLE ACTION

LOGIC/RELAY (TRIAC) CONTROL OUTPUT

B

Static Heat relay load 10 OP2 11
Static
Heat
relay
load
10
OP2
11

Fuse

CONTROL OUTPUT B Static Heat relay load 10 OP2 11 Fuse 13 OP3 14 Varistor for
13 OP3 14
13
OP3
14

Varistor for inductive load 24V~ only

Fuse 13 OP3 14 Varistor for inductive load 24V ~ only Coil of the cool load
Fuse 13 OP3 14 Varistor for inductive load 24V ~ only Coil of the cool load

Coil of the cool load contactor

2.3.5-B SINGLE ACTION

LOGIC CONTROL OUTPUT

B

Static relay Load 10 OP2 11
Static
relay
Load
10
OP2
11

Relay output

• SPST Relay N.O., 2A/250 V~

for resistive load, fuse 2A ~ T Triac output

• N.O. contact for resistive load of up to 1A/250 V~ max, fuse 1A ~ T Logic output not isolated

• 0…5V–, ±20%, 30 mA max

2.3.6 ALARMS OUTPUTS

B

e The outputs OP1, OP2 and OP3, can be used as alarm outputs only if they are not configured as con- trol outputs.

Fuse

only if they are not configured as con- trol outputs. Fuse 3 OP1 4 Coil of
3 OP1 4
3
OP1
4
are not configured as con- trol outputs. Fuse 3 OP1 4 Coil of the load alarm
are not configured as con- trol outputs. Fuse 3 OP1 4 Coil of the load alarm

Coil of the load alarm contactor

Fuse

Fuse 3 OP1 4 Coil of the load alarm contactor Fuse 15 OP2 16 Coil of
15 OP2 16
15
OP2
16
3 OP1 4 Coil of the load alarm contactor Fuse 15 OP2 16 Coil of the
3 OP1 4 Coil of the load alarm contactor Fuse 15 OP2 16 Coil of the

Coil of the load alarm contactor

Fuse

Fuse 15 OP2 16 Coil of the load alarm contactor Fuse 13 OP3 14 Coil of
13 OP3 14
13
OP3
14
OP2 16 Coil of the load alarm contactor Fuse 13 OP3 14 Coil of the load
OP2 16 Coil of the load alarm contactor Fuse 13 OP3 14 Coil of the load

Coil of the load alarm contactor

Varistor for inductive load 24V~ only

2 - Electrical connections

2.3.7 OP4 ANALOGUE CONTROL OUTPUT (option)

• Galvanic isolation 500V~/1 min

• 0/4…20mA, (750or 15V– max)

7 mA OP4 Load 8
7
mA
OP4
Load
8

B

2.3.8 SERIAL COMMUNICATIONS (option)

B

• Galvanic isolation 500V~/1 min

• Galvanic isolation 500V ~ /1 min 7 8
7
7
8
8

• Compliance to the EIA RS485 standard for Modbus/Jbus

A Please, read the user instructions on the “M4 con- troller MODBUS/JBUS pro- tocol”

 

3 - Product coding

3
3

PRODUCT

CODING

The complete code is shown on the instrument label. The informa- tions about product coding are accessible from the front panel by mean of a particular procedure described at section 4.2.2 page 21

4 Instrument Label 1 2 3150 3 RUN Hard SP2 MAN P/N : M4-3150-0000 CONF
4
Instrument Label
1
2
3150
3
RUN
Hard
SP2 MAN
P/N
:
M4-3150-0000
CONF
:
2002
S/N
:
A0A-9909/0013
V~(L-N).100÷240V 50/60 Hz - 1,6W
Basic product code (hardware)
B
C
D
Configuration code (software)
L
M
N

3 - Product coding

3.1 MODEL CODE

The product code indicates the specific hardware configuration of the instrument, that can be modified, by specialized engineers only.

Line

Basic

Accessories

Configur.

Model:

M 4
M
4
A B C D
A
B
C
D

-

E F G 0
E
F
G
0

/

I
I
L
L
M
M
N
N

Line

M

4

Power supply

 

A

100 - 240V~ (- 15% + 10%)

 

3

24V~ (- 25% + 12%) or 24V– (- 15% + 25%)

 

5

OP1 - OP3 Outputs

 

B

Relay - Relay

 

1

Relay - Triac

 

2

Triac - Relay

 

4

Triac - Triac

 

5

Serial Communications

Options

 

C

D

 

None

 

0

0

Current transformer input (CT)

0

3

Not fitted

 

Transmitter Power Supply (P.S.)

0

6

Transmitter P.S. + Cont. control output

0

7

 

Transmitter P.S. + CT

 

0

8

Transmitter P.S. + Cont. control + CT

0

9

RS485

 

None

 

5

0

     

Modbus/Jbus protocol

Transmitter Power Supply

 

5

6

Transmitter P.S. + CT

 

5

8

 

None

 

9

0

Digital input

 

CT

 

9

3

Analogue control output

 

9

7

 

Analogue control output + CT

9

9

Special functions

E

Not fitted

0

Start up + Timer

2

User manual

F

Italian/English (std)

0

French/English

1

German/English

2

Spanish/English

3

Front panel colour

G

Dark (std)

0

Beige

1

3 - Product coding

3.2 CONFIGURATION CODING

The configuration code consists of 4 digits that identify the operat- ing characteristic of the controller, as chosen by the user. Section 4.6 at page 35 reports the instructions how to set a new con- figuration code.

I L M N 2002 Conf
I
L M
N
2002
Conf

The configuration code can be dis- played on the front panel, follow- ing the instructions at page 21 sec- tion 4.2.2.

Input type and range

 

I

TR Pt100 IEC751

 

-99.9…300.0 °C

-99.9…572.0 °F

0

TR Pt100 IEC751

 

-200…600 °C

-328…1112 °F

1

TC

L Fe-Const DIN43710

0…600 °C

32…1112 °F

2

TC J Fe-Cu45% Ni IEC584

0…600 °C

32…1112 °F

3

TC T Cu-CuNi

 

-200 …400 °C

-328…752 °F

4

TC

K Cromel -Alumel IEC584

0…1200 °C

32…2192 °F

5

TC S Pt10%Rh-Pt IEC584

 

0…1600 °C

32…2912 °F

6

DC

input 0…50 mV, linear

Engineering units

7

DC

input 10…50 mV, linear

Engineering units

8

Custom input and range

[1]

9

[1] For instance, other thermocouples types, T (with 2 PT 100), custom lineari- sation etc.

Control mode

Output configuration [2]

L

PID

 

Control OP1 / alarm AL2 on OP2

0

Control OP2 / alarm AL2 on OP1

1

On

- Off

Control OP1 / alarm AL2 on OP2

2

Control OP2 / alarm AL2 on OP1

3

Heat/Cool

Control OP1- OP3 / alarm AL2 on OP2

6

   

action

Control OP1- OP2 / alarm AL2 on OP3

7

Control OP2- OP3 / alarm AL2 on OP1

8

[2] Each control output can be replaced by the OP4 analogue output. The replaced output is not more available (see page 34).

 

Control action type

 

M

Reverse (single action)

Linear Cool (Heat/Cool double action)

0

Direct (single action)

On-Off Cool (Heat/Cool double action)

1

A

If, when the controller is powered up for the first time, the display shows the following message

4 1 2 9999 3 Conf
4
1
2
9999
3
Conf

it means that the controller has not been configured yet.

The controller remain in stand-by until the configuration code is set correctly (see chapter 4.6 page 35).

3 - Product coding

Alarm 2 type and function

N

Not active

0

Sensor break alarm / Loop Break Alarm

1

Absolute

active high

2

active low

3

Deviation

active high

4

active low

5

Band

active out

6

active in

7

Heater break by CT [3]

active during ON output state

8

active during OFF output state

9

Alarm 3 type and function

O

Disabled or used by Timer

0

Sensor break alarm / Loop Break Alarm

1

Absolute

active high

2

active low

3

Deviation

active high

4

active low

5

Band

active out

6

active in

7

Heater break by CT [3]

active during ON output state

8

active during OFF output state

9

For alarm 3 type and function see page 34

Note [3] Only with CT options.

4 - Operations

4
4

OPERATIONS

4.1.A KEYS FUNCTIONS AND DISPLAY IN OPERATOR MODE

PV control input in engineering units When the measured value is greater than sensor high
PV control input
in engineering
units
When the measured
value is greater than
sensor high range
When the measured
value is less than the
sensor low range
Output status
LEDs
OP1 output ON
OP2 output ON
OP3 output ON
Start-up/Timer
running (green)
Operating
Setpoint
(At the power
on the target
Setpoint value
is displayed for
4
3 seconds)
(red):
1
2
274.8
3
RUN
275.0
Stand-by
Setpoint enabled
(green): steady
SP2
MAN
Fuzzy Tuning running
(green):
blinking
Menu
access
Manual
operating mode
(green): steady
Setpoint
Enter key for
selection and
value setting
confirmation
setting

4.1.B KEYS FUNCTIONS AND DISPLAY IN PROGRAMMING MODE

4 1 2 35.0 3 p.b. A / M
4
1
2
35.0
3
p.b.
A / M

Values

modification

Parameter value

Parameter mnemonic

Enter key for selection and value setting confirmation

Access to the menu for:

- configuration

- parameter setting

4.2

DISPLAY

4.2.1 OF THE PROCESS VARIABLES

274.8 0 275 274.8 °C
274.8
0 275
274.8
°C

Operator mode

During the operation, the para- meters values cannot be modi- fied by the user

Engineering

units [1]

Local 275.0 63.4 Setpoint (manual) s.p. Out 47 Load t.Cur 33 Timer tM.r. time [4]
Local
275.0
63.4
Setpoint
(manual)
s.p.
Out
47
Load
t.Cur
33 Timer
tM.r.
time [4]

current [3]

remaining

OP1

output

(auto) [2]

Note [1] See table page 37 [2] This display is not presented if the instrument has been configured as an On - Off controller [3] Value in Ampere. Only with CT option (see page 34) [4] Only with Timer option selected (see page 42)

4 - Operations

4.2.2 OF THE CONFIGURATION CODES

Operator

mode

Engineering

units [1]

Basic product code (see page 16)

Configuration code (see page 18)

Software

release

M4 - 3150 - 2002 / Release 00A

4 - Operations

4.3 PARAMETER SETTING

4.3.1 NUMERIC ENTRY

(i.e. the modification of the Setpoint value from 275.0 to 240.0 ) Operator

Press $ or % momentarily to change the value of 1 unit every push Continued pressing of $ or % changes the value, at rate that doubles every second. Releasing the button the rate of change decreases. In any case the change of the value stops when it has reached the max/min limit set for the parameter.

In case of Setpoint modification:

press $ or % once to display the local Setpoint instead of work- ing Setpoint. To evidence this change the dis- play flashes once. Then the Setpoint can be modified

after 2 sec.

mode

working Setpoint

displayed

Local

Setpoint display

Setpoint

modification

Setpoint entry. The operation is acknowledged by one flash of the display.

4 - Operations

4.3.2

MNEMONIC CODES SETTING

(e.g. configuration see page 35)

Press the $ or % to display the next or previous mnemonic for the selected parameter. Continued pressing of $ or % will display further mnemonics at a rate of one mnemonic every 0.5 sec. The mnemonic displayed at the time the next parameter is selected, is the one stored in the parameter.

°C Unit
°C
Unit

Engineering

Units

Degree

Centigrade

°f Degree Fahrenheit Unit °C Degree Centigrade Unit
°f
Degree
Fahrenheit
Unit
°C
Degree
Centigrade
Unit
°f Unit
°f
Unit
none Unit ph Unit
none
Unit
ph
Unit

Degree

Fahrenheit

no units

defined

Ph

4.3.3 KEYPAD LOCK

To lock/unlock the keypad press the keys í and è simulta- neously for 2 seconds. To confirm the keypad lock/unlock the display flashes once.

4.3.4 OUTPUTS LOCK

The outputs are switched to the OFF status by pressing the keys è and %together. When the outputs are locked , the message #Off is displayed instead of the Setpoint value. To unlock the outputs press again the keys simultaneously (the Soft-start will be enabled).

4 4 operator mode 274.8 274.8 275.0 OFF Press simultaneously for 2 seconds
4
4
operator mode
274.8
274.8
275.0
OFF
Press simultaneously
for 2 seconds

The keypad lock/unlock can be achieved by serial communications too.

A The keypad lock is main- tained in case of power failure.

The outputs lock/unlock can be achieved by serial communica- tions too

A The outputs lock/unlock is maintained in case of power failure.

4 - Operations

4.3.5 AUTO / MAN

274.8 0 275 Auto A.Man Man A.Man MAN
274.8
0 275
Auto
A.Man
Man
A.Man
MAN

Operator

mode

Select #Man to switch to manual mode

Select #Auto to switch to automatic mode

• Press è to confirm. Back to operator mode.

• The { led shows the manual mode status.

• When manual mode is active, the Setpoint display shows the output value, that can be mod- ified by $ %

4 - Operations

4.4 PARAMETERISATION

Parameter Parameter value mnemonic M4 35.0 p.b. Values modification Prameter Modification/ menu selection
Parameter
Parameter
value
mnemonic
M4
35.0
p.b.
Values
modification
Prameter
Modification/
menu
selection
selection
enter

A

The parameter setting procedure has a timeout. If no keys are pressed for, at least, 30 seconds, the controller switches back, auto- matically, to the operator mode.

After having selected the parame- ter or the code, press $ and % to display or modify the value (see page 22) The value is entered when the next parameter is selected, by pressing the è key.

Pressing the í key, the next group of parameters is presented on the display.

the next group of parameters is presented on the display. 274.8 Auto/Man selestion (see page 24)
the next group of parameters is presented on the display. 274.8 Auto/Man selestion (see page 24)
the next group of parameters is presented on the display. 274.8 Auto/Man selestion (see page 24)
274.8 Auto/Man selestion (see page 24) Timer run/stop (if option installed) 0 275 Operator mode
274.8
Auto/Man
selestion
(see page 24)
Timer run/stop
(if option
installed)
0 275
Operator mode
A.Man
t.run
code is assigned to 0 or 1.

Note [1] It is not presented if the con- troller has been configured with alarm n° 2 not active or of sensor break type. Digit N/M of the configuration

[2] These values are not auto- matically stored on the PID menu parameters P.b., t.i, t.d.

é1:00 t.d. é20
é1:00
t.d.
é20
PID menu parameters P.b. , t.i , t.d. é1:00 t.d. é20 é0 A3s.p é5:0 p.b. AL3
é0 A3s.p é5:0 p.b.
é0
A3s.p
é5:0
p.b.

AL3 alarm threshold [1] (see page 29)

Derivative time (PID algorithm only) 0.5…999.9% of span

Proportional band (PID algorithm only) 0.5…999.9% of span

t.c. Cycle time (time proportional PID algorithm only) 1…200 sec é1:00 O.C. Overshoot control (PID
t.c.
Cycle time
(time proportional PID
algorithm only)
1…200 sec
é1:00
O.C.
Overshoot control
(PID algorithm only)
0.01…1.00
é5:0 t.i. Integral time (PID algorithm only) 0ff / 0.1…100.0 min
é5:0
t.i.
Integral time
(PID algorithm only)
0ff / 0.1…100.0 min

n

4 - Operations

PARAMETER MENU

é33 é0 pAss Password entry only if Code value A2s.p ≥5000 1st GROUP AL2 alarm
é33
é0
pAss
Password entry
only if Code value
A2s.p
≥5000
1st GROUP
AL2 alarm threshold [1]
(see page 29)
tune
2nd GROUP
Tuning run/stop
(PID algorithm only)
(see pages 35…37)
5000
Code entry
from 5000 to 9999
Must be equal to the
value of the parame-
ter Code
OK
NO
YES
é0:5
d.bnd
Dead band
(heat/cool configuration only)
ADPT
-10.0…10.0%
Continuous Tuning start
(adaptive tuning)
(PID algorithm only)
PrGh
t
é20
é100:0
t.c. C
Cool cycle time
(heat/cool with cool time
propotional PID only)
1…200 sec
Op. H
Control output high limit
(PID algorithm only)
p.b. a
10.0…100.0%
Calculated Proportional
band [2] (display only)
(available when adaptive
tuning is selected)
é1:0
é100:0
O
r.C.Ga
Cool relative gain
(heat/cool configuration only)
Op.HC
Cool control output
high limit
(heat/cool PID configuration only)
T.i. A
0.1…10.0
10.0…100.0%
Calculated Integral Time
[2] (display only)
(available when adaptive
tuning is selected)
é0:5
é0:5
O
hy. C
Cool output hysteresis
(On-Off control only)
0.1…10.0% range
hy.
Control output hysteresis
(On-Off control only)
0.1…10.0% of span
t.d. A
Calculated derivative
time [2] (display only)
(available when adaptive
tuning is selected)
Back to the
1st parameter group

26

4 - Operations

é1 tiMe Timer setting (if option installed) 1…9999 sec. or min. é0 s.p. 2 Stand-by
é1
tiMe
Timer setting
(if option installed)
1…9999 sec. or min.
é0
s.p. 2
Stand-by Setpoint
s.p. l…s.p. H
éOff
sl. u
Setpoint ramp up
0ff/0.1…999.9
digit/min
éOff
sl. d
Setpoint ramp down
0ff/0.1…999.9
digit/min
éL. éIn.sécala réange s.p. l éF.sécala éH. réange s.p. H é0 s.p.s.U
éL. éIn.sécala réange
s.p. l
éF.sécala
éH. réange
s.p. H
é0
s.p.s.U

é1

é100:0 Op.Hs é0:5 A2hy énone
é100:0
Op.Hs
é0:5
A2hy
énone

no

Setpoint low limit low range… s.p.

Output high limit during Start-up (if option installed)

5.0…100.0%

AL2 hysteresis 0.1…10.0% of span [1]

H

O

Setpoint high limit s.p. l…high range

Start-up Setpoint (if option installed) s.p. l…s.p. H Start-up hold time (if option installed) 0…500
Start-up Setpoint
(if option installed)
s.p. l…s.p. H
Start-up hold time
(if option installed)
0…500 min.

O

A2L.b AL2 latching and blocking functions é0:5 none / Ltch bloc / Lt.bL O A3hy
A2L.b
AL2 latching and
blocking functions
é0:5
none / Ltch
bloc / Lt.bL
O
A3hy
AL3 hysteresis
0.1…10.0% of span [1]
t.h.s.U
t.h.s.U

27

4 - Operations

pass
pass

Password entry only if Code value <5000 (see pages 35…37)

entry only if Code value <5000 (see pages 35…37) Direct access to the configuration (pages 35

Direct access to the configuration (pages 35 … 37)

énone éOff A3L.b AL3 latching and blocking functions d.Err none / Ltch bloc / Lt.bL
énone
éOff
A3L.b
AL3 latching and
blocking functions
d.Err
none / Ltch
bloc / Lt.bL
éOff
éOff
t.LbA
LBA delay
(see page 31)
0ff= sensor break
1…9999 sec LBA
st.Op
éOff
t.Fil
Filter time constant
Off/1
30
sec
éOff
In.sh
Input shift
Off/-60…60 digit
é1 Addr
é1
Addr

Back to the

Back to the

Error dead band (PID algorithm only) 0ff/0.1…10.0 digits

Communication address (if option installed) 0ff/ 1…247

Soft-start output value (PID algorithm and

t.Mod =0ff) 0ff/0.1…100.0% é1 st.tM Soft-start activation time (only if st.Op different than 0ff) 1…9999
t.Mod =0ff)
0ff/0.1…100.0%
é1
st.tM
Soft-start
activation time
(only if st.Op different than
0ff) 1…9999 sec.
é0
sa.Op
Output safety value
0.0…100.0%
(-100.0…100.0% for
heat/cool)

2nd parameter group

4 - Operations

4.5

PARAMETERS

FIRST GROUP

The controller parameters have been organised in group, accord- ing to their functionality area.

#A2s.p

#A3s.p

AL2 alarm

threshold

AL3 alarm

threshold

The alarm occurrences handle the OP1, OP2 and OP3 outputs, in dif- ferent ways, according to the con- figured types of alarms, as illus- trated. With double action control out- put, AL2 and AL3 share in or mode the same output (the free one) (see table on page 13)

Sensor break or input disconnection Sensor Visualisation over-range T under-range
Sensor break or input disconnection
Sensor
Visualisation
over-range
T
under-range

Absolute alarm

On

Active

   

Off    high

Off

high

 
     
   

On

       

Off

Off   low Active
Off   low Active
 

lowOff   Active

Active

   

hy

   
   
   
 
 
 
 

Low range

Alarm threshold

 

High range

Deviation alarm

 
 

SP

 

On

Active

 
      Off high
   
      Off high
      Off high

Off

high

On

       

Active

Off

Off     low
 
Off     low
 
Off     low

low

       

hy

        hy  
 
 
 
   
   
 
   
 
   

+ high range

 

- low range Alarm threshold

Band alarm

 

SP

 

On

Active

                   
 
        Off out
     
        Off out

Off

out

On

             

Off

Off         Active
 
Off         Active
 
Off         Active
   

Active

 
  hy     hy   in

hy

   

hy

 

in

 
 
 
 
 
 

Full scale

 
Full scale     Full scale  
 

Full scale

 

Alarm threshold

#p.b.

Proportional

band

This parameter specifies the pro- portional band coefficient that mul- tiplies the error (SP - PV)

#t.i.

Integral time

It is the integral time value, that

specifies the time required by the

integral term to generate an output

equivalent to the proportional term.

When Off the integral term is not included in the control algorithm.

#t.d.

Derivative

time

It is the time required by the proportional

term P to repeat the output provided by the derivative term D. When Off the

derivative term is not included in the

control algorithm.

#t.c.

#t.c. C

Control output cycle time Cycle time cool

It’s the cycle time of the logic con- trol output. The PID time propor- tional control output is provided through the pulse width modula- tion of the digital waveform.

4 - Operations

#O.C.

Overshoot

control

(Automatically disabled when the adaptive tuning is running). This parameter specifies the span of action of the overshoot control. Setting lower values (0.99 —> 0.01) the over- shoot generated by a Setpoint change is reduced. The overshoot control doesn’t affect the effectiveness of the PID algorithm. Setting 1, the over- shoot control is disabled.

#d.bnd

Heat/Cool

dead band

This parameter specifies the width of the deadband between the Cool and the Heat channel.

#Op. H

#Op.HC

Control output high limit Cool output high limit

It specifies the maximum value the control output can be set

#hy.

#hy. C

Control output hysteresis Cool output hysteresis

Hysteresis of the threshold

SP

On Off hy
On
Off
hy

Control or alarm output hysteresis span, set in % of the full scale.

SECOND GROUP

#S.P. 2

Stand-by

Setpoint

Used by Timer function too.

#sl. u

#sl. d

Setpoint

ramp up

Setpoint

ramp down

This parameter specifies the max- imum rate of change of the Setpoint in digit/min. When the parameter is

Off, this function is disabled.

SECOND GROUP

#A2hy

#A3hy

AL2

alarm hysteresis

AL3

alarm hysteresis

Hysteresis of the threshold of both the alarms, that activate OP1 and OP2 control output. It is specified as a % of the full scale.

#s.p. l

#s.p. H

Setpoint

low limit

Setpoint

high limit

Low / high limit of the Setpoint value.

#A2L.b

#A3L.b

AL2, AL3 latching and blocking

functions For each alarm it is possible to select the following functions

none none

Ltch latching bloc blocking Lt.bL both latching and blocking

#Ltch

ALARM

ACKNOWLEDGE FUNCTION

The alarm, once occurred, is pre- sented on the display until to the time of acknowledge. The acknowledge operation con- sists in pressing any key. After this operation, the alarm leaves the alarm state only when the alarm condition is no longer present.

#bloc

START-UP DISABLING

Ramp down Disable ∆SP SP On Off Start-up
Ramp down
Disable
∆SP
SP
On
Off
Start-up
Ramp up SP ∆SP Disable On Off Start-up
Ramp up
SP
∆SP
Disable
On
Off
Start-up

SP Threshold = SP ± range

4 - Operations

ALARMS WITH LBA (LOOP BREAK ALARM) AND SENSOR BREAK OPERATION

Select the code 1 on n or

19). The following parameter is then available:

o configuration indexes (see pages 18 or

#t.LbA

LBA delay

Setting a value between 1 and 9999 sec the alarm works as LBA+Sensor break with delay [1] This condition is shown by means a red led as well as the blinking PV display.

Setting OFF the alarm works as Sensor break with immediate action. This condition is shown by means the red led of the selected alarm as well as:

274.8 275.0 OP1 mA °C
274.8
275.0
OP1
mA
°C
8888 275.0
8888
275.0

or

8888---- 275.0
8888----
275.0

Note [1] In case of sensor break, con- dition, the alarm action is immediate.

When the cause of the alarm disappears, the alarm status stops.

4 - Operations

SECOND GROUP

#t.fil

Input filter time constant

Time constant, in seconds, of the RC input filter applied to the PV input. When this parameter is set to Off the filter is bypassed.

Filter response

100% 63,2% PV 0 t.Fil Time #In.sh Input shift
100%
63,2%
PV
0 t.Fil
Time
#In.sh
Input shift

This value is added to the measured PV input value. Its effect is to shift the whole PV scale of up to ± 60 digits.

#d.Err

Error Dead

Band

Inside this band for (PV - SP), the con- trol output does not change to protect the actuator (output Stand-by)

#St.OP

Soft-start control output

value Value of the control output during the Soft-start activation time.

#st.tM

Soft-start activation time

Time duration (starting from the power on) of the Soft-start func- tion.

OP

100% #St.OP Soft-start phase #St.tM Time
100%
#St.OP
Soft-start
phase
#St.tM
Time

Start up

#Sa.OP

Output Safety Value

Output Value in case of input anomaly

#Addr

Controller

address

the address range is from 1 to 247

and must be unique for each con- troller on the communication bus to the supervisor. When set to Off the controller is not communicating

4 - Operations

HEAT COOL CONTROL

By a sole PID control algorithm, the controller handles two different out- puts, one of these performs the Heat action, the other one the Cool action. It is possible to overlap the out- puts. The dead band parameter #d.bnd, is the zone where it is possible to separate or overlap the Heat and Cool actions.

The Cool action can be adjusted using the relative cool gain para-

meter #r.C.Ga.

To limit the Heat and Cool outputs the parameters #0p. H and #0p.HC can be used.

When there is an overlap, the dis- played output #OUt shows the algebric sum of the Heat and Cool outputs.

A Heat /Cool actions separated

Insert positive

(0…10%)

#d.bnd value

100% -100% #Op. H #Op.HC #d.b.nd Heat Cool output output 0%
100%
-100%
#Op. H
#Op.HC
#d.b.nd
Heat
Cool
output
output
0%

C Cool action adjusting

Example with different relative cool gains

=2.0 #r.C.Ga 0.1…10.0 =1.0 100% =0.5 -100% #d.b.nd Heat Cool 0% output output
=2.0
#r.C.Ga 0.1…10.0
=1.0
100%
=0.5
-100%
#d.b.nd
Heat
Cool
0%
output
output

100%

50%

0%

100%

50%

0%

 

PID output

PID output

B Heat /Cool actions overlapped

Insert negative #d.bnd value (-10…0%) 100% -100% #Op. H #Op.HC #d.b.nd Heat Cool output output
Insert
negative
#d.bnd value
(-10…0%)
100%
-100%
#Op. H
#Op.HC
#d.b.nd
Heat
Cool
output
output
0%
D On-Off Cool action #hy. C 100% On #d.b.nd Heat Cool 0% output output Off
D On-Off Cool action
#hy. C
100%
On
#d.b.nd
Heat
Cool
0%
output
output
Off

100%

50%

0%

100%

50%

0%

 

PID output

PID output

ANALOGUE CONTROL OUTPUT OP4

When configured, the analogue control output excludes the corresponding time propor- tioning control output auto- matically.(see page18) (e.g. if code l = 0 and #rt.h = M.U the OP1 is not yet available)

#retr

Analogue control output range

0=20 / 4=20

#rt.H

none

M.U.

M.U. C.

Control output

selection Not used Heat (single action) Cool

With analogue control output

#tc

or #tc C are not present.

4 - Operations

CURRENT TRANSFORMER INPUT

With CT option it is possible to dis- play the load current and set an alarm threshold. It is possible to set AL2 or AL3 (index 8 and 9) to have an alarm when, during the ON time of the time proportional output, the load current is less then the specified threshold or, during the OFF time, there is at least 3% of full scale

load current The alarm condition must be longer than 120 ms to set the alarm. During the OFF time the parame- ter tCur latches the last on time current value

Example:

CT input on OP1, alarm on AL2 dur- ing on time (configuration digit N = 8)

120 ms 120 ms OP1 OFF ON ON t.Cur A2s.p 3% AL2 OFF ON OFF
120 ms
120 ms
OP1
OFF
ON
ON
t.Cur
A2s.p
3%
AL2
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Load current

4 - Operations

4.6 CONFIGURATION

The configuration of the controller is specified through a 4 digit code that defines the type of input, of control output and of the alarms. (sect. 3.2 page 18)

Parameter Parameter value mnemonic M4 200.2 Conf Configuration menu access Values modification Enter key for
Parameter
Parameter
value
mnemonic
M4
200.2
Conf
Configuration
menu access
Values
modification
Enter key for
selection and
value setting
confirmation

Press $ or % to display the next parameter or the next code and change its value. The new value entered is stored into the controller when the next para- meter is selected by pressing è. Pressing the í the next group of parameters is displayed.

the í the next group of parameters is displayed. 274.8 Operator mode 275 0 Auto /
274.8 Operator mode 275 0 Auto / Man selection (see page 24) Timer run/stop (if
274.8
Operator mode
275
0
Auto / Man
selection
(see page 24)
Timer run/stop
(if option
installed)
A.Man
t.run
rtH
Control output selection
(only if installed)
none Not used
prot
Communication protocol
(only if communication is
installed)
M.U Heat M.U. C Cool
M.bu5 / jbus
Ht.f.s Code
Ht.f.s
Code

CT primary high range (only if installed) 0…200 A

Password [2]

0…9999

33 di default from factory

baud retr
baud
retr

Baude rate (only if comm. is installed)

1200/2400

4800/9600

Analogue control output range (only if installed)

0=20 / 4=20 mA

if comm. is installed) 1200 / 2400 4800 / 9600 Analogue control output range (only if

4 - Operations

pAss Password entry only if Code value ≥5000 n 5000 Code entry from 5000 to
pAss
Password entry
only if Code value
≥5000
n
5000
Code entry
from 5000 to 9999
Must be equal to the
value of the parameter
Code
NO
OK
YES
IL.Fn
Digital input
function
(only if installed)
(see table 2)
t.Mod t.Act
t.Mod
t.Act

Timer/Start-up operating mode (only if installed) (see page 40 and table 1 page 42) Timer Action (only if t.Mod not equal to Off or to 1) (see table 2 page 42)

CONFIGURATION MENU A2s.p tune 1st GROUP
CONFIGURATION MENU
A2s.p
tune
1st GROUP

2nd GROUP

Direct access to the configuration

Unit Engineering units (see table 1) sc.d.d N° of decimals (linear scale only) 0…3
Unit
Engineering units
(see table 1)
sc.d.d
N° of decimals
(linear scale only)
0…3
sc.lo sc.Hi
sc.lo
sc.Hi

Low range [1] (linear scale only)

-999…9999

High range [1] (linear scale only)

-999…9999

Entry of digits I-L-M-N of the configuration code (chapter 3.2 page 18 and 19)

I L M N 2002
I
L
M N
2002
code (chapter 3.2 page 18 and 19) I L M N 2002 Conf Con2 AL3 configuration
Conf
Conf
code (chapter 3.2 page 18 and 19) I L M N 2002 Conf Con2 AL3 configuration
Con2
Con2

AL3 configuration code (see table O, page 19)

code (chapter 3.2 page 18 and 19) I L M N 2002 Conf Con2 AL3 configuration
code (chapter 3.2 page 18 and 19) I L M N 2002 Conf Con2 AL3 configuration
code (chapter 3.2 page 18 and 19) I L M N 2002 Conf Con2 AL3 configuration
code (chapter 3.2 page 18 and 19) I L M N 2002 Conf Con2 AL3 configuration

36

pass Password entry only if Code value <5000 33 Code entry from 0 to 4999
pass Password entry only if Code value <5000 33 Code entry from 0 to 4999
pass
Password entry
only if Code value <5000
33
Code entry
from 0 to 4999 (33 default from factory)
The entered password must correspond to