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Instruction Manual

1262-IN-011-0-02 December 1997

Models 7EF and 7HF Controllers

DG

1/8 DIN, Four Digit Display Temperature Controller


MODEL: 0 7
Field No. 1 2 3 4

-9311
5 67 8 9

-300-0-00
10 11 12 13 1415

Fields 1 through 4. BASE 07EF - Vertical Mount Controller 07HF - Horizontal Mount Controller Fields 5 through 8. INPUT/OUTPUT 9311 - TC types J, K, L, N, R and S; Pt 100, 3 wire RTD; 0 to 20 mAdc and 4 to 20 mAdc; 0 to 60 mVdc and 12 to 60 mVdc; 0 to 5 Vdc and 1 to 5 Vdc; 0 to 10 Vdc and 2 to 10 Vdc. Note: All inputs are factory calibrated and selectable by keys. Factory set at type J. Output 1: SPST relay (NO/NC jumper selectable) or SSR Output 2: SPST relay Output 3:SPST relay alarm 2/hbd (heater breakdown) if specified

Field 9. OPTIONS 1 - None 2 - Hbd alarm, plus output 4 (alarm 3) 3 - RS-485, plus output 4 (alarm 3) 4 - RS-485, plus hbd alarm, plus output 4 (alarm 3) Note: Hbd current transformer must be ordered separately. Field 10. POWER SUPPLY 3 - 100 to 240 Vac Fields 11 through 15. RESERVED

Congratulations . . . on your purchase of one of the easiest to configure controllers on the market. After a four step configuration procedure, your process will be up and running. Guide to simple setup Only four steps are required to setup your controller: 1. Wire the instrument 2. Configure the instrument 3. Check the operating mode parameters 4. Check the AutoTune (Smart AT) process

Un p ac k t he In st ru m e nt

W iring

C o nfig u ra tio n

O p er ating Pa ra m et ers

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Contents
Guide to simple setup .................................. 3 Mounting Requirements ............................... 5 Wiring Guidelines.......................................... 7 Configuration .............................................. 14

CAUTION: USE WIRE SUITABLE FOR 75C MINIMUM.

Preliminary Hardware Settings ..... 14 Configuration Key Functions ........ 15 Configuration Procedure .............. 15 Advanced Configuration Procedure20 Default Configuration Parameters 22
Operating Mode .......................................... 24

NOTES For supply connections use No 16 AWG or larger wires rated for at least 75 C. Use copper conductors only. Class 2 wiring must be separated a minimum of 1/4 inch from any Class 1 conductors.

Display Function .......................... 24 Indicators ..................................... 24 Operating Key Functions ............. 25 Output 1 Failure Detection ........... 26 Manual Function ........................... 26 Setpoint Access ........................... 26 Serial Link ..................................... 27 Lamp Test ..................................... 27 Operating Parameters .................. 28 Error Messages ............................ 30 Default Operating Parameters ...... 32
Specifications ............................................. 33 Calibration .................................................. 38

General Guidelines ....................... 38 Calibration Parameters ................ 38 Procedure ..................................... 39


Maintenance ............................................... 45

Mounting Requirements Select a mounting location with the following characteristics: 1) Minimum vibrations. 2) An ambient temperature range between 0 and 50 C (32 and 122F). 3) Easy access to the rear of the instrument. 4) No corrosive gases (sulfuric gas, ammonia, etc.). 5) No water or other fluid (i.e. condensation). 6) Relative humidity of 20 to 80% noncondensing.

The instrument can be mounted on a panel up to 15 mm (0.591 in) thick with a cutout of 45 x 92 mm (1.772 x 3.622 in). For outline refer to Dimensions and Panel Cutout. Panel surface texture must be better than 248 microinches The instrument is shipped with a rubber panel gasket (50 to 60 Sh). To assure the IP65 and NEMA 4X protection, insert the panel gasket between the instrument and the panel as shown below. Install the instrument as follows:

B ra c k e t

P a n el

1) Insert the instrument case in the gasket. 2) Insert the instrument in the panel cutout. 3) Pushing the instrument against the panel, insert the mounting bracket. 4) Torque the mounting bracket screws between 0.3 and 0.4 Nm (2.2 and 2.7 lbft). 5) Make sure the instrument will not move within the cutout to insure NEMA 4X/IP65 protection.

G a sk et

Dimensions and Panel Cutout

4 5 m m , - 0, + 0.6 m m 1 .77 2 in, - 0, + 0.0 24 in

M o d el 7E F

92 mm , -0 , + 0 .8 m m 3 .62 2 in , -0 , + 0 .03 1 in 12 5 m m 4.92 1 in 60 m m 2.36 2 in

96 m m 3.78 0 in

48 m m 1 .8 90 in

10 mm ( 0.39 4 in)

11 6 m m 4 .5 67 in

1 25 m m 4 .9 21 in 4 5 m m , -0, + 0 .6 m m 1 .7 72 in , -0, + 0 .02 4 in 60 mm 2 .3 6 2 in 9 2 m m , - 0, + 0.8 m m 3 .62 2 in, - 0, + 0.0 31 in

M od el 7H F

48 m m 1 .8 90 in 96 mm 3 .7 8 0 in

Wiring Guidelines
12 1
1 0 0 / 2 40 Va c PW R L I N E L IN EA R IN P UT S

S SR OU T 1

RT D

Note: When a relay output is used to drive an inductive load, connect an external snubber network (RC) across the terminals:
R C

7EF Terminal Board

13 14 15 16 17 18
NO OU T 3

TC 3 4 5
IN - C T

NO OU T 4

6 7
SP/ SP 2

C O UT 3 & 4

in accordance with the following table:

19 20 21 22

NO OU T2 C C /C R S 48 5 C OU T1 NO A /A B /B

8 9 10 11

Load Current <40 mA <150 mA <0.5 Amp < 1 Amp

C (F) 0.047 0.1 0.33 0.47

R P Resistor and (W) (W) Capacitor Voltage 100 1/2 260 Vac 22 2 260 Vac 47 2 260 Vac 47 2 260 Vac
19 17 16 18 22
NO A /A OU T1 R S 48 5 B /B C /C

12

15

14

13

20
C OU T2

21
C

1 0 0 / 2 40 Va c PW R L I N E

NO SP/ SP 2

C O UT 3 & 4

NO OU T 4 IN - C T

NO OU T 3

S SR OU T 1 RT D

L IN EA R IN P UT S

TC

7EH Terminal Board

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Measuring Inputs Any external components (like zener diodes, etc.) connected between the sensor and input terminals may cause measurement errors (excessive or unbalanced line resistance or possible leakage currents). T/C input

Linear Input
1 + mA, mV or V

3 Sh ie ld 1

+ mA, mV or V

+ 1

3
- 3

Sh ie ld G

S hield + 1

- 3 S hield

Note: 1) Do not run input wires with power cables. 2) For TC wiring use proper compensating cable, preferably shielded (see Thermocouple Compensating Cable Color Codes). 3) Shielded cable should be grounded at one end only.

Note: 1) Do not run input wires with power cables. 2) High line resistance can cause measurement errors. 3) When shielded cable is used, ground it at one end only to avoid ground loop currents. 4) The input impedance is equal to: Less than 5 for 20 mA input; Greater than 1 M for 60 mV input; Greater than 200 k for 5 V input; Greater than 400 k for 10 V input.

Thermocouple Compensating Cable Color Codes


Type T J/L K R S E B N Material Copper Constantan Iron Constantan Nickel Chromium Nickel Aluminum Platinum Platinum 13% Rh Platinum Platinum 10% Rh Chromel Constantan Platinum 30% Rh/ Platinum 6% Rh Nicrosil Nisil Leg + + + + + + + + Orange Red Orange British BS1843 White Blue Blue Yellow Blue Black Brown Blue Red White Blue Green White Blue Green Brown Blue Brown American ANSI MC 96.1 Blue Red Blue White Red Black Yellow Red Yellow Black Red Green Black Red Green Violet Red Violet Grey Red Grey Orange Red Orange German DIN 43710 Red Brown Brown Red Blue Blue Red Green Green Red White White Red White White Red Black Black Red Grey Grey Orange Red Orange French NFE 18-001 Yellow Blue Blue Yellow Black Black Yellow Purple Yellow White Green Green White Green Green Yellow Violet Violet

Orange Red Orange

RTD Input
RTD RTD

Note: Do not run RTD wires with power cables. Shielded cable should be grounded at one end only. Use the correct size copper wires. The resistance of the three wires must be the same.

Current Transformer Input This input will measure and display the current running in the load, driven by OUT 1, during the on and off period of the OUT 1 cycle time. OUT 1 failure detection is also available.
5 6 L oa d C u rren t Tr ans fo rm er

Logic Input
L o g ic In p u t 7 8

Safety Note: Do not run current transformer input wiring with AC power cables. Note: Input impedance is equal to 10. Maximum input current is equal to 50 mA (50/60 Hz). The minimum time to perform this measurement 400 msec.

Safety Note: Do not run logic input wiring with AC power cables. Use external dry contact capable of switching 0.5 mA, 5 Vdc. The instrument requires at least 100 msec to recognize a change in contact status Logic input is not isolated by the measuring input. This input selects between SP and SP2 as the operating setpoint. Input open = SP; input closed = SP2.

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Relay Outputs
Out 3 Out 4 16 17 18 19 N O - O ut 3 N O - O ut 4 C - O ut 3 /4 NO C C NO

Inductive Loads High voltage transients can occur when switching inductive loads. Through the internal contacts these transients may introduce disturbances which can affect instrument performance. For outputs 1 and 2, the internal protection (varistor) assures protection up to 0.5 Amps of inductive component. The same problem can occur when a switch is used in series with the internal contacts as shown:
C

Out 2

20 21

Out 1

22

Outputs 1 and 2 protected by varistor against inductive load with inductive component up to 0.5 A. Out 1: Contact rating of 3 Amps/250 Vac resistive load. Out 2, 3, and 4: Contact rating of 2 Amps/250 Vac resistive load. Number of operations: 1 x 105 at specified rating. Notes: 1) To avoid electric shock, connect the power line at the end of the wiring procedure. 2) For power connections, use number 16 AWG or larger wires rated for at least 75C. 3) Use copper conductors only. 4) Don't run input wires with power cables. 5) Relay output and SSR drive outputs are both available. When a relay output is desired, it is necessary to enable the SSR output and vice-versa. See "Preliminary Hardware Settings."
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R POW E R L IN E LOAD

In this case, it is good electrical practice to install and additional RC network across the externnal contacts as shown. The value of capacitor (C) and resistor (R) are shown in the following table. Load C R P Operating Current (F) () (W) Voltage <40 mA 0.047 100 1/2 260 Vac <150 mA 0.1 22 2 260 Vac <0.5 Amp 0.33 47 2 260 Vac < 1 Amp 0.47 47 2 260 Vac Relay output wiring must be as far away as possible from input wiring and communications cables.

Voltage Outputs for SSR Drive This is a time proportioning output. Logic voltage for SSR drive. Logic level 0: Vout less than 0.5 Vdc. Logic level 1: 14 Vdc +20% @ 20 mA. 24 Vdc +20% @ 1 mA. Maximum current = 20 mA.
+ +
OUT 1

Serial Interface The RS-485 interface can connect up to 30 instruments with the remote master unit. Maximum cable length: 1.5 km (9/10 mile) at 9600 baud. Note: According to EIA specifications for RS485. a) The "A" terminal of the generator shall be negative with respect to the "B" terminal for a binary 1 (MARK or OFF) state. b) The "A" terminal of the generator shall be positive with respect to the "B" terminal for a binary 0 (SPACE or ON) state.
11 A/A B /B 10 Commo n 9 A /A M A B/B S
T E R

14

15

S olid S tat e R e la y

Note: This output is not isolated. A double or reinforced isolation between the instrument output and the power supply must be made by an external solid state relay. Relay output and SSR drive outputs are both available. When a relay output is desired, it is necessary to enable the SSR output and viceversa. See "Preliminary Hardware Settings."

Connect the instrument (maximum of 30) to the master unit by interface communication type RS-485. A /A M 11 A/A A B /B B/B S 10 T E Commo n 9 R
11 10 9

12

Power Line Wiring


13 N

P ow e r S up ply 10 0 to 240 Va c rm s (50/60 H z ) or 24 Va c/Vd c


R (S, T ) N R (S, T )

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Note: 1) Before connecting the power line, check that the voltage is correct (see Model Number). 2) To avoid electric shock, connect power line at the end of the wiring procedure. 3) For supply connections use 16 AWG or larger wires rated for at least 75 C. 4) Use copper conductors only. 5) Do not run input wires with power cables. 6) For 24 Vdc, polarity does not matter. 7) The power supply input is not fuse protected. Please provide it externally: Supply Fuse Type Current Voltage 24 Vac/Vdc T 500 mA 250 V 100/240 Vac T 63 mA 250 V When fuse fails, return instrument to supplier to verify power supply circuit.

8) Safety requirements for permanently connected equipment: Include a switch or circuit-breaker in the installation. Place it in close proximity to the equipment and within easy reach of the operator. Mark it as the disconnecting device for the equipment. Note: A single switch or circuit-breaker can drive more than one instrument. 9) When a neutral line is present, connect it to terminal 13.

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Configuration Preliminary Hardware Settings 1) Remove the instrument from its case. 2) Set J1 according to the following table:
INPUT TYPE 1-2 TC-RTD open 60 mV open 5V close 10 V 20 mA open open 3-4 close close open open open J1 5-6 open open close close open 7-8 open open open open close 9-10 open open open open close

Note: Store unused jumper on pins 7-9.

SH2 CH2

Both pads are locted on the solder side of the CPU card

Open Input Circuit This instrument is able to identify an open circuit for TC and RTD inputs. The open circuit condition for RTD input is shown by an overrange indication. For TC input, either an overrange indication (standard) or an underrange indication can be selected from the following table: Overrange (std) CH2 = close Underrange CH2 = open V1 Caution: Solder carefully to avoid damage to PCB or other components. SH2 = open SH2 = close

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Selection of Output 1 Type J303 is used to set OUT 1 as an SSR output (12) or relay output (2-3). When relay output is selected, J302 is used to select the contact action as shown below N.O.=1-2; N.C. = 2-3:

Configuration Procedure 1) Remove the instrument from its case. 2) Open switch V1 (see Figure 1, Preliminary Hardware Settings). 3) Re-insert the instrument in its case. 4) Switch on power to the instrument. The display will show COnF. (If CAL is displayed, press the s key to return to the configuration procedure.) 5) Press the FUNC key. SEr1 = OFF = Ero = nbUS = jbUS = Serial interface protocol No serial interface. Poll/select using proprietary protocol. Modbus. Jbus.

SEr2 = Serial link device address Not available when SEr1 = OFF. From 1 to 95 for proprietary protocol. From 1 to 255 for all other protocols. Note: The RS-485 serial interface allows 30 devices maximum with a master unit. Configuration Key Functions FUNC = The new setting of the selected parameter is stored and the display advances to the next parameter. MAN = Scrolls back through the parameters without storing the new setting. s= Increases the setting of the selected parameter. t = Decreases the setting of the selected parameter.
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SEr3 = Baud rate for serial link Not available when SEr1 = OFF From 600 to 19200 baud. Note: 19200 baud is displayed as 19.2.

SEr4 = Byte format for serial link Not available when SEr1 = OFF 7E = 7 bits + even parity (proprietary protocol only) 7O = 7 bits + odd parity (proprietary protocol only) 8E = 8 bits + even parity 8O = 8 bits + odd parity 8 = 8 bits without parity P1 = Input type and standard range 0 = TC type L 0 to +400.0 C 1 = TC type L 0 to +900 C 2 = TC type J -100.0 to +400.0 C 3 = TC type J -100 to +1000 C 4 = TC type K -100.0 to +400.0 C 5 = TC type K -100 to +1370 C 6 = TC type N -100 to +1400 C 7 = TC type R 0 to +1760 C 8 = TC type S 0 to +1760 C 9 = RTD type Pt 100 -199.9 to +400.0 C 10 = RTD type Pt 100 -200 to +800 C 11 = mV Linear 0 to 60 mV 12 = mV Linear 12 to 60 mV 13 = mA Linear 0 to 20 mA 14 = mA Linear 4 to 20 mA 15 = V Linear 0 to 5V 16 = V Linear 1 to 5V 17 = V Linear 0 to 10 V 18 = V Linear 2 to 10 V 19 = TC type L 0 to +1650 F 20 = TC type J -150 to +1830 F 21 = TC type K -150 to +2500 F 22 = TC type N -150 to +2550 F 23 = TC type R 0 to +3200 F 24 = TC type S 0 to +3200 F
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25 26 27 28

= RTD type Pt 100 -199.9 = RTD type Pt 100 -330 = TC type T -199.9 = TC type T -330

to +400.0 F to +1470 F to 400.0C to 750F

Note: Setting P1 = 0, 2, 4, 9, 25 or 27 automatically sets P40 = FLtr. For all other ranges, instrument will set P40 = nOFL. P2 = Decimal point position This parameter is available only when a linear input is selected (P1 = 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 or 18). . . . . = No decimal. = One decimal place. = Two decimal places. = Three decimal places.

P3 = Initial scale value Can be programmed from -1999 to 4000 for linear inputs, and within the input range for TC and RTD. When this parameter is modified, rL will also change. P4 = Full scale value Programmable from -1999 to 4000 for linear inputs, and within the input range for TC and RTD. When this parameter is modified, rH will also change. The initial and full scale values determine the input span used by the PID algorithm, autotuning (Smart AT), and the alarm functions.

Note: Minimum input span (S = P4 - P3) should be set as follows: For linear inputs, S > 100 units. For TC input with C readout, S > 300 C. For TC input with F readout, S > 550 F. For RTD input with C readout, S > 100 C. For RTD input with F readout, S > 200 F. P5 = Output 1 type Changing this parameter (P5) will also change the cycle time (Cy1). Hardware change is also required see "Preliminary Hardware Settings." rEL = Relay (the cycle time will be forced to 15 seconds). SSr = SSR (the cycle time will be forced to 4 seconds). P6 = Output 1 action This parameter is skipped if P7 = 4. rEV = Reverse acting (Heating). dir = Direct acting (Cooling).
R eve rs e A c tio n Inp u t D irect A ction Inp u t

P7 = 0= 1=

Output 2 function. Output not used. Used as Alarm 1 output and Alarm 1 is programmed as a process alarm. 2= Used as Alarm 1 output and Alarm 1 is programmed as a band alarm. 3= Used as Alarm 1 output and Alarm 1 is programmed as a deviation alarm. 4= Used as second control output (Cooling output). Note: Setting P7 to 4 forces P6 to rEV. P8 = Cooling media Available only when P7 = 4 AIr = Air OIL = Oil H2O = Water Changing P8 forces the cycle time and relative cooling gain to the default settings of the selected cooling media. When: P8 = AIr, Cy2 = 10 seconds and rC = 1.00 P8 = OIL, Cy2 = 4 seconds and rC = 0.80 P8 = H2O, Cy2 = 2 seconds and rC = 0.40 P9 = Alarm 1 operating mode Available only when P7 = 1, 2 or 3. H.A.= High alarm (or outside of the band) with automatic reset. L.A.= Low alarm (or inside the band) with automatic reset. H.L.= High alarm (or outside of the band) with manual reset. L.L.= Low alarm (or inside the band) with manual reset.
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O u tp ut

O u tp ut

P10 =

OFF = n.O. =

n.C.=

Current measurement for OFD alarm (See also "Display Function" and "Out 1 Failure Detection.") Current measurement is disabled. The current measurement will be made during the ON period (load driven from a N.O. relay contact or a logic status 1 for an SSR). The current measurement will be made during the OFF period (load driven from a N.C. relay contact or a logic status 0 for an SSR).

P13 =

P11 = Current transformer range Not available when P10 = OFF. It can be programmed from 10 to 100 Amps. P12 = 0= 1= Output 3 function Alarm 2 not used. Used as Alarm 2 output and Alarm 2 is programmed as a process alarm. 2= Used as Alarm 2 output and Alarm 2 is programmed as a band alarm. 3= Used as Alarm 2 output and Alarm 2 is programmed as a deviation alarm. Note: output 3 relay operates as a logic OR between Alarm 2 and the out 1 failure detection function.

Alarm 2 operating mode and "Out 1 Failure Detection" reset. Available only when P12 not 0, or P10 = n.O or n.C H.A. = High alarm (or outside of the band) with automatic reset. L.A. = Low alarm (or inside the band) with automatic reset. H.L. = High alarm (or outside of the band) with manual reset. L.L. = Low alarm (or inside the band) with manual reset. Note: Out 1 failure detection function assumes only the selected reset type (manual or automatic). P14 = 0= 1= 2= 3= Output 4 function Output not used. Used as Alarm 3 output and Alarm 3 is programmed as a process alarm. Used as Alarm 3 output and Alarm 3 is programmed as a band alarm. Used as Alarm 3 output and Alarm 3 is programmed as a deviation alarm.

P15 = Alarm 3 operating mode Available only when P14 not 0. H.A. = High alarm (or outside of the band) with automatic reset. L.A. = Low alarm (or inside the band) with automatic reset. H.L. = High alarm (or outside of the band) with manual reset. L.L. = Low alarm (or inside the band) with manual reset.
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P16 = Alarm 3 programmability Available when P14 not 0. OPrt = Alarm 3 setpoint and hysteresis can be set with keys in the operating mode. COnF= Alarm 3 setpoint and hysteresis can be set with keys in the configuration mode. P17 = Alarm 3 setpoint Available only when P14 not 0 and P16 = COnF. Range: For process alarm: span limits. For band alarm: 0 to 500 units. For deviation alarm: -500 to 500 units. P18 = Alarm 3 hysteresis Available only when P14 not 0 and P16 = COnF. Range: From 0.1 to 10.0% of the span selected with P3 and P4 parameters. P19 = Soft start setpoint Setpoint setting (in engineering units), to initiate the soft start function (output power limiting) at start-up. Not used when tOL = InF. Range: Within the readout span. P20 = 0= Safety lock No parameter protection. The instrument is always in unlock condition and all parameters can be modified.

1=

The instrument is in lock condition. No parameter, except setpoint and alarm manual reset, can be modified. See P31 for Smart AT. 2 to 4999 = This combination number is secret value to be used in run time to put device in lock/unlock condition. See nnn parameter. For SP, SP2 and manual reset of alarms, the lock/ unlock condition has no affect. See P31 for Smart AT. 5000 to 9999 = This combination number is secret value to be used in run time to put device in lock/unlock condition. See nnn parameter. For SP, SP2 and manual reset of AL1, AL2, AL3, HBD, and SCA, the lock/unlock condition has no affect. See P31 for Smart AT. When safety lock is selected, the secret value cannot be displayed again and the display will show 0, 1, SFt.A when P20 = 2 to 4999; or SFT.b when P20 = 5000 to 9999. The configuration procedure is now complete. The instrument should show .... on both displays. Press the FUNC key; the instrument will return to the beginning of the configuration procedure. To continue with controller setup go to the operating mode found in the next section. To access the advanced configuration parameters proceed as follows: 1) Using the s or t keys, set code to 233. 2) Press the FUNC key.
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Advanced Configuration Procedure P21 = Alarm 1 action Not available when P7 = 0 or 4. dir = Direct (relay energized in alarm condition). rEV = Reverse (relay de-energized in alarm condition). P22 = Alarm 1 standby Not available when P7 = 0 or 4. OFF = Standby disabled. ON = Standby enabled. Note: If the alarm is a band or deviation alarm, the alarm is masked after a setpoint change or at start-up until the process variable reaches the alarm setpoint plus or minus hysteresis. If the alarm is a process alarm, the condition is masked at start-up until the process variable reaches the alarm setpoint plus or minus hysteresis. P23 = Alarm 2 and Out 1 failure detection action Not available when P12 =0 or P10 = OFF. dir = Direct (relay energized in alarm condition). rEV = Reverse (relay de-energized in alarm condition). P24 = Alarm 2 standby Not available when P12 = 0. OFF = Standby disabled. ON = Standby enabled.

P25 = Alarm 3 action Not available when P14 = 0. dir = Direct (relay energized in alarm condition). rEV = Reverse (relay de-energized in alarm condition). P26 = Alarm 3 standby Not available when P14 = 0. OFF = Standby disabled. On = Standby enabled. P27 = OFFSET applied to measured value Used to apply a constant OFFSET throughout the entire range (not used for linear inputs). For readout ranges with a decimal place, P27 can be set with keys from -19.9 to 19.9. For ranges without a decimal place, P27 can be set with keys from -199 to 199. Readout
Real curve

P27

Adjusted curve

Input P28 - Not available P29 = Protected display parameters This parameter is skipped when P20 = 0. OFF = Protected parameters cannot be displayed. On = Protected parameters can be displayed.
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P30 = OFF= On = P31 = 0= 1= 2= P32 =

MANUAL function Manual function is disabled. Manual function can be enabled/ disabled by MAN key. Autotuning (Smart AT) Autotuning disabled. Autotuning not protected by safety lock. Autotuning protected by safety lock.

P36 =

Minimum value of the integral time calculated by autotuning Not available when P31 = 0. Can be programmed from one second (00.01) to two minutes (02.00). P37 = Status at instrument start-up This parameter is skipped when P30 = OFF. 0= Instrument starts in the AUTO mode. 1= The instrument starts in the same mode it was in prior to shutdown. If manual, power output will be set to 0. P38 Not available P39 = Timeout selection Duration of the timeout used by the instrument during the operating mode. tn.10 = 10 seconds. tn.30 = 30 seconds. P40 = Digital filter on the measured value noFL.= No filter FLtr = Filter enabled: A first order digital filter with a time constant equal to: 4 seconds for TC and RTD inputs. 2 seconds for linear inputs. P41 = 0= 1= 2= 3=
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Relative cooling gain calculated by autotuning Available only if P7 = 4, and P31 not 0. OFF = Autotuning algorithm does not calculate rC. On = Autotuning algorithm calculates rC. P33 = Maximum value of the proportional band calculated by autotuning Not available if P31 = 0. Can be programmed from P34 or P35 to 100.0%. Minimum value of the proportional band calculated by autotuning when the instrument has two control outputs This parameter is available only when P7 = 4 and P31 not 0. Can be set with keys from 1.5% to P33 setting. P35 = Minimum value of Pb calculated by autotuning when instrument has one control output Not available when P7 = 4 or P31 = 0. Can be set with keys from 1.0% to P33 setting. P34 =

Conditions for output safety value No safety value. Safety value for overrange or underrange condition. Safety value for overrange condition. Safety value for underrange condition.

P42 = Output safety value This parameter is skipped when P41 = 0. Can be set: from 0 to 100% when P7 is not 4. from -100 to 100% when P7 = 4. P43 = Extension of the anti-reset wind up Range from -30 to 30% of the proportional band. A positive value increases the high limit of the antireset wind up (over the setpoint); a negative value decreases the low limit of the anti-reset-wind up (under the setpoint). P44 = Control action type Pid = Instrument operates with Pid algorithm. Pi = Instrument operates with Pi algorithm. P45 = Setpoint indication Fn.SP = During operating mode, when instrument performs a ramp, it will show the final setpoint value. OP.SP = During operating mode, when instrument performs a ramp, it will show the operating setpoint. P46 = 0= Operating setpoint alignment at instrument start-up At start-up, operating setpoint will be aligned to SP or SP2, according to the status of the logic input. At start-up, operating setpoint will be aligned to the measured value, and it will reach the selected setpoint with a programmable ramp. (See Grd1 and Grd2 operating parameters).
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Note: If the instrument detects an out of range, or an error condition on the measured value, it will operate as described for P46 = 0. This completes the advanced configuration procedure. The display should show COnF. Default Configuration Parameters The configuration parameters can be loaded with predetermined default values. These are the settings loaded into the instrument prior to shipment from the factory. To load the default values proceed as follows: a) Open switch V1 (see Figure 1, in Preliminary Hardware Settings).

b) The upper (or left) display will show:

c)

Press the t key; the lower (or right) display will show the firmware version.

1=

d) Still holding the t key and press the s key; the display will show:

e)

Press the s key to select table 1 (European) or table 2 (American) default parameters; the display will show:

f)

Press the FUNC key; the display will show:

This indicates that the loading procedure has been initiated. After about 3 seconds the procedure is complete and the instrument reverts to the COnF display. The following is a list of the default configuration parameters loaded during the procedure: PARA. TABLE 1 TABLE 2 European USA SEr 1 Ero Ero SEr 2 1 1 SEr 3 19200 19200 SEr 4 7E 7E P1 3 20 P2 . . P3 0 0 P4 400 1000
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P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 P16 P17 P18 P19 P20 P21 P22 P23 P24 P25 P26 P27 P28 P29 P30 P31 P32 P33 P34 P35 P36 P37 P38 P39 P40 P41 P42 P43 P44 P45 P46

rEL rEL rEV rEV 1 1 AIr AIr H.A. H.A. OFF OFF 10 10 0 0 H .A H.A. 0 0 H.A. H.A. OPrt. OPrt. 0 0 0.1 0.1 0 0 0 0 rEV rEV OFF OFF rEV rEV OFF OFF rEV rEV OFF OFF 0 0 not available ON ON ON ON 2 2 OFF OFF 30 30 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 00.50 00.50 0 0 not available tn 10 tn 30 nO.FL nO.FL 0 0 0 0 10 10 Pid Pid Fn.SP Fn.SP 0 0

Operating Mode 1) Remove the instrument from its case. 2) Close switch V1 (see Figure 1, "Preliminary Hardware Settings"). 3) Re-insert the instrument in its case. 4) Switch on power to the instrument. Display Function In the normal display mode, the upper (or left) display shows the measured value while the lower (or right) display shows the programmed setpoint. Note: When the rate of change (Grd1, Grd2) is used, the displayed setpoint may be different from the operating setpoint. It is possible to change the information on the lower (or right) display as follows: Press and hold the FUNC key for more than three seconds but less than ten seconds. The lower (or right) display will show A. followed by the OUT 1 current (measured by the current sensing transformer) when the load is in ON . Press the FUNC key again. The lower (or right) display will show "b" followed by the leakage current running in the load driven by OUT 1 when the load is in OFF condition. (See also "OUT 1 Failure Detection.") Press the FUNC key again. The lower (or right) display will show H. followed by the OUT 1 power (from 0 to 100%).
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Press the FUNC key again. The lower (or right) display will show C. followed by the OUT 2 power (from 0 to 100%). Press the FUNC key again. The display will return to the normal display mode.

Note: OUT 1 current and the OUT 2 power appear only if the respective function is configured. If no keys are pressed within the timeout period (see P39), the display will automatically return to the normal display mode. In order to keep the desired information continuously on the lower display, press the s or t key to stop the timeout. To return to the normal display mode, press the FUNC key again. Indicators C Lit when the process variable is shown in degrees Celsius. F Lit when the process variable is shown in degrees Fahrenheit. AT Flashes during first part of autotuning (Smart AT). Lit steadily when second part of autotuning is active. OUT1 Lit when OUT 1 is ON. OUT2 Lit when OUT 2 is ON or Alarm 1 is in alarm state. OUT3 Lit when Alarm 2 is in alarm state. Flashes (slow rate) when "Out 1 Failure Detection" is in alarm state. Flashes (faster rate) when "Out 1 Failure Detection" and Alarm 2 are in the alarm state.

OUT4 RMT

SP2

MAN

Lit when Alarm 3 is in alarm state. Lit when the instrument is in REMOTE (functions and parameters are controlled via serial link). Lit when Setpoint 2 is used. Flashes when serial link setpoint is used. Lit when the instrument is in MANUAL mode.

t=

Operating Key Functions FUNC = In the normal display mode: Press for less than three seconds to start the parameter modification procedure. Press for three to ten seconds to change lower (or right) indication. See "Display Function." Press for ten seconds to enable the lamp test. See "Lamp Test." FUNC = During parameter modification: New setting of the selected parameter is stored and the next parameter is displayed (in increasing order). MAN = In the normal display mode: Press for more than one second to enable or disable the manual function. MAN = During parameter modification: Scrolls back through the parameters without storing the new setting. s = During parameter modification: Increases the setting of the selected parameter. s = During manual mode: Increases the output value.
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During parameter modification: Decreases the setting of the selected parameter. t= During manual mode: Decreases the output value. s +MAN =During parameter modification: Jumps to the maximum programmable value. t + MAN = During parameter modification: Jumps to the minimum programmable value. Note: A 10 or 30 second timeout (P39) can be selected for parameter modification. If no keys are pressed during this time period, the instrument goes automatically to the normal display mode and the last parameter is not changed. Enable/Disable the Control Output With the instrument in the normal display mode, press and hold for five seconds the s key and the FUNC key to disable the control outputs. The device will then function as an indicator. All control outputs will be OFF and the word OFF will appear in the lower (or right) display. Alarms will be in a non-alarm condition. The alarm output conditions depend on the alarm action type (see P21-P23-P25). Press and hold for five seconds the s key and the FUNC key a second time to restore the control status. If the alarm standby function has been configured, alarms will respond as though it were a power-up condition. If a shut down occurs when the control is disabled, control output will be disabled again at instrument power-up.

Output 1 Failure Detection For the load driven by OUT 1, the instrument will measure and display: current running in the load when the load is energized leakage current flowing through the load when the load is de-energized If P10 parameter has been correctly set, the instrument generates an alarm when: current running through the load is lower than the "Hbd" parameter value. (It shows a partial or total breakdown of the load, the breakdown of the actuator, or a power down due to a protection or fuse intervention). leakage current is higher than the "SCA" parameter value. (It shows a short circuit of the actuator). The "Display Function" paragraph describes how to show the two current values. A fault condition is shown by OUT 3 LED flashing, and by OUT 3 relay status. If the on or off period is more than 400 ms, the relative measurement couldn't be performed and the instrument will show flashing the last measured value. Manual Function The manual mode can be accessed (if P30 = On) by pressing the MAN key for one second. The command is accepted and executed only if the display is in the normal display mode. When in the manual mode, the MAN LED is lit and the
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lower display shows the power output values. The value of OUT 1 is shown in the two most significant digits field while the value of OUT 2 (if present) is shown in the two least significant digits field. The decimal point between the two values will be flashing to indicate the instrument is in manual mode. Note: is used for OUT1 = 100 is used for OUT2 = 100

Power output can be modified by using the s and t keys. Hold for two seconds the MAN key again to return the device to the AUTO mode. The transfer from AUTO to MANUAL and back is bumpless (this function is not provided if integral action is excluded). If the transfer from auto to manual occurs during the first part of the autotuning (Smart AT) algorithm (tune), when it return to AUTO mode, instrument will be forced automatically to the second part of the autotuning algorithm (ADAPTIVE). At power-up, the instrument will be in the AUTO mode or in the mode it was in prior to power shutdown (depending on P37). Note: When start-up occurs in the manual mode, the power output (OUT1 - OUT2) is set to 0. Setpoint Access When the instrument is in AUTO mode and in the normal display mode, SP and SP2 can be directly accessed.

Press the s or t key (and hold for two seconds); the setpoint will start to change. The new setpoint becomes operative since no key has been pressed at the end of two second timeout. SP/SP2 Selection The operating setpoint (SP or SP2) can be switched only by an external contact (terminals 7 and 8). By setting P45, it is possible to display the final or operating setpoint during ramp execution. Serial Link This instrument can be connected to a host computer by a serial link. The host computer can put the instrument in either LOCAL (functions and parameters are controlled by the keys) or REMOTE (functions and parameters are controlled by serial link). REMOTE is signified by the LED labeled RMT. To download instrument configuration through the serial link proceed as follows; 1) Serial parameters SEr1 through SEr4 must be properly configured from the keys. 2) The instrument must be in the operating mode. During downloading of the configuration, the instrument goes into open loop control with all outputs in OFF state. At the end of the configuration procedure, the instrument performs an automatic reset and returns to closed loop control.
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Autotuning (Smart AT) Autotuning is used to automatically optimize the control action. To enable autotuning, press the FUNC key until Snrt appears. Press the s or t key to set the display to On and then press the FUNC key. The AT LED will turn on or begin flashing according to the selected algorithm. When autotuning is enabled, the control parameters (Pb, ti, td, rC) can be displayed but not modified. To disable autotuning, press the FUNC key until Snrt appears. Press the s or t key to set the display to OFF and press the FUNC key again. The AT LED will turn off. Once autotuning is turned off, the instrument maintains the calculated control parameters, but allows the parameters to be modified. Note: Autotuning is disabled when Pb = 0 (ON/ OFF control). Autotune enable/disable can be protected by a password (see P31). Lamp Test When it is desired to verify the display efficiency, push FUNC button for more than 10 seconds. The instrument will turn on with a 50% duty cycle all LEDs. Lamp test does not time out to return to normal display mode, push FUNC button again. During lamp test, the instrument continues to control the process, but keyboard functions are not available, except FUNC.

Operating Parameters With instrument in the normal operating mode, press the FUNC key. The lower display will show the code while the upper display will show the setting or the status (ON or OFF) of the selected parameter. Press the s or t key to change the setting. Press the FUNC key again and the instrument stores the new setting and goes to the next parameter.

nnn

Software key, password for parameter protection. This parameter is skipped if P20 = 0 or 1 On =The instrument is LOCKED OFF = The instrument is UNLOCKED To switch from LOCKED to UNLOCKED, enter the P20 parameter setting. To switch from UNLOCKED to LOCKED, enter any number other than the P20 parameter setting. Alarm 1 setpoint Available only if P7=1, 2 or 3. Ranges: span limits for process alarm 0 to 500 units for band alarm -500 to 500 units for deviation alarm Alarm 1 hysteresis. Available only if P7 = 1, 2, or 3. Range from 0.1% to 10.0% of input span, or 1 LSD. If the hysteresis band is larger than the alarm band, the instrument will use a hysteresis value equal to the programmed band minus 1 digit. Alarm 2 setpoint. Available only if P12 = 1, 2, or 3. Ranges: span limits for process alarm 0 to 500 units for band alarm -500 to 500 units for deviation alarm Alarm 2 hysteresis. Available only if P12 = 1, 2, or 3. Range from 0.1% to 10.0% of input span, or 1 LSD. If the hysteresis band is larger than the alarm band, the instrument will use a hysteresis value equal to the programmed band minus 1 digit.

AL1 Some of the following parameters may not appear, depending on the configuration. Param. Description SP Setpoint (in engineering units). Range from rL to rH. Operative when the logic input is open. Snrt Autotune status. On or OFF indicates the status of autotuning (enabled or disabled respectively). Set to On to enable autotuning. Set to OFF to disable autotuning. n.rSt Manual reset of the alarms. Set to ON to reset the alarms. This parameter is skipped if none of the alarms have manual reset function. SP2 Setpoint 2 (in engineering units). Range from rL to rH. Operative when logic input is closed.

HSA1

AL2

HSA2

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AL3

HSA3

Pb

HyS

ti

Alarm 3 setpoint. Available only if P14 = 1, 2 or 3 and P16 = OPrt. Ranges: span limits for process alarm 0 to 500 units for band alarm -500 to 500 units for deviation alarm Alarm 3 hysteresis. Available only if P14 = 1, 2 or 3 and P16 = OPrt. Range from 0.1% to 10.0% of input span, or 1 LSD. If the hysteresis band is larger than the alarm band, the instrument will use a hysteresis value equal to the programmed band minus 1 digit. Proportional band . Range: 1.0% to 100.0% of input span when P7 not 4 1.5% to 100.0% of input span when P7 = 4 When Pb parameter is set to 0, the control actions becomes on-off. Note: when the instrument is working with autotuning algorithm, Pb value will be limited by P33 and P35 when P7 4; and P33 and P34 when P7 = 4. Hysteresis for on-off control action. Available only when Pb = 0. Range from 0.1% to 10.0% of input span. Integral time. Skipped if Pb = 0. Range from 00.01 to 20.00 mm.ss. Above this value the display blanks and integral action is excluded. When the instrument is working with the autotune algorithm, minimal value of integral time is limited by P36.
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td

IP

Cy1 Cy2

rC

OLAP

rL

Derivative time. Skipped if Pb = 0 or P44 = Pi. Range from 00.00 to 10.00 mm.ss. When instrument is working with autotune algorithm, the td value will be equal to a quarter of ti value. Integral preload. Skipped if Pb = 0. For one control output, programmable from 0 to 100% of the output span; for two control outputs, programmable from -100% to 100% (100% cooling to 100% heating). Output 1 cycle time. Range from 1 to 200 seconds. Output 2 cycle time. Available only if P7 = 4. Range from 1 to 200 seconds. Relative Cooling gain. Skipped if Pb = 0 or P7 not 4. Range from 0.20 to 1.00. When the instrument is working with the autotune algorithm and P32 is set to ON, the rC value is limited in accordance with the selected type of cooling media: 0.85 to 1.00 when P8 = Air 0.80 to 0.90 when P8 = OIL 0.30 to 0.60 when P8 = H2O Deadband/Overlap between H/C outputs. Skipped if Pb = 0 or P7 not 4. Range from -20 to 50% of proportional band. A negative OLAP value shows a deadband; a positive value shows an overlap. Setpoint low limit. Range from minimum range value (P3) to rH. When P3 is modified, rL will be realigned to it.

rH

Grd1

Grd2

OLH

tOL

Hbd

Setpoint high limit. Range from rL to full scale value (P4). When P4 is modified, rH will be realigned to it. Ramp applied to an increasing setpoint change. Range from 1 to 100 digits per minute. Above this value the display shows InF, meaning that the transfer will be done as a step change. Ramp applied to an decreasing setpoint change. Range from 1 to 100 digits per minute. Above this value the display shows "InF," meaning that the transfer will be done as a step change. Output high limit. Range from 0.0 to 100.0% when instrument is configured with one control output; from -100.0 to 100.0% when device is configured with two control outputs. Duration of the output power limiter (soft start). Range from 1 to 540 minutes. Above this value the display shows "InF" meaning that the limiting action is always on. Note: the tOL can be modified but the new value will become operative only at the next instrument start-up. Out 1 breakdown alarm setpoint. Skipped if P10 = off. Range from 0 to full scale value (see P11). Function: see "Out 1 Failure Detection." Note: setpoint resolution will be equal to 0.1 A for range up to 20 A, and 1 A for range up to 100 A. Hysteresis of this alarm is fixed to 1% of fsv.
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SCA

rnP

Setpoint value for OUT 1 short circuit alarm. Skipped if P10 = off. Range from 0 to full scale value (see P11). Function: see "Out 1 Failure Detection." Note: setpoint resolution will be equal to 0.1 A for range up to 20 A, and 1 A for range up to 100 A. Hysteresis of this alarm is fixed at 1% of fsv. Control output maximum rage of rise. Programmable from 1% to 25% of the output per second. Above 25%/s, the display will show "InF" meaning that no ramp is imposed.

Error Messages Overrange, Underrange, and Sensor Break This instrument is capable of detecting process variable faults (OVERRANGE, UNDERRANGE or SENSOR BREAK). When the process variable exceeds the span limits established by configuration parameter P1, an OVERRANGE condition will appear as:

An UNDERRANGE condition will appear as:

If P41 is not zero and an out of range condition is detected, the instrument operates in accordance with P41 and P42.

Output action on over/underrange If P41= 0, the following conditions may occur if: The instrument is set for one output only and an OVERRANGE is detected, OUT 1 turns OFF (if reverse acting) or ON (if direct acting). The instrument is set for heating/cooling and an OVERRANGE is detected, OUT 1 turns OFF and OUT 3 turns ON. The instrument is set for one output only and an UNDERRANGE is detected, OUT 1 turns ON (if reverse acting) or OFF (if direct acting). The instrument is set for heating/cooling and an UNDERRANGE is detected, then OUT 1 turns ON and OUT 3 turns OFF. The sensor break can be signalled as: For TC/mV input: OVERRANGE or UNDERRANGE (selected by solder jumper) For RTD input: OVERRANGE For mA/V input:UNDERRANGE Note: On the mA/V input, a sensor break can be detected only when the range selected has a zero elevation (4-20 mA, 1-5 V, or 2-10 V). On the RTD input a special test is provided to signal an OVERRANGE when input resistance is less than 15 Ohms (short circuit sensor detection).

Power Up On power-up, the instrument performs a selfdiagnostic test. When an error is detected, the lower (or right) display shows an Err indication while the upper (or left) display shows the code of the detected error. Error List SEr Serial interface parameter error 100 EEPROM write error. 200 Attempt to write to protected memory. 201 - 2xx Configuration parameter error. The two LSDs show the number of the wrong parameter. For example, 209 indicates an error in parameter P9. 301 RTD input calibration error. 305 TC/mV input calibration error. 307 RJ input calibration error. 310 CT input calibration error. 311 20 mA input calibration error. 312 5 V input calibration error. 313 10 V input calibration error. 400 Control parameter error. 500 Auto-zero error. 502 RJ error. 510 Error during calibration procedure Dealing with error messages When a configuration parameter error is detected, repeat the configuration procedure of that specific parameter. If an error 400 is detected, simultaneously press the s and t key to load the default parameters and then repeat the control parameter setup. For all other errors, contact your supplier.
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Default Operating Parameters The control parameters can be loaded with predetermined default values. These are the settings loaded into the instrument prior to shipment from the factory. To load the default values proceed as follows: a) Close switch V1 (see Figure 1 in Configuration section of this manual). b) Autotuning (Smart AT) must be disabled. c) The upper (or left) display will show the process variable and the lower (or right) display will show the setpoint. d) Hold down the t key and press the s key; the display will show:

ment reverts to the normal display mode. The following is a list of the default operating parameters loaded during the procedure: SP = Snrt = n.SRt = SP2 = nnn = A1, A2, A3 = Initial scale value Disabled OFF Initial scale value OFF Initial scale value (process alarms). 0 (deviation or band alarms) HSA1, HSA2, HSA3 = 0.1% Pb = 4.0% HyS = 0.5% ti = 4.00 (4 minutes) td = 1.00 (1 minute) IP = 30% Cy1 = 15 seconds (relay output) 4 seconds (SSR output) Cy2 = 10 seconds for P8 = AIr 4 seconds for P8 = OIL 2 seconds for P8 = H2O rC = 1.00 for P8 = AIr 0.80 for P8 = OIL 0.40 for P8 = H2O OLAP = 0 rL = Initial scale value rH = Full scale value Grd 1 = Infinite (step transfer) Grd 2 = Infinite (step transfer) OLH = 100% tOL = Infinite Hbd = 50% of the full scale SCA = 100% of the full scale value rnP = 25%/s
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7EF

7HF

e) Press either the t or s key; the display will show:

f) Press the FUNC key; the display will show:

This indicates that the loading procedure has been initiated. After about three seconds the loading procedure is complete and the instru-

Specifications General Case: PC-ABS black color. Self-extinguishing degree V-0 according to UL 94. Front Protection: Designed and tested for IP65 and NEMA 4X for indoor locations (when panel gasket is installed). Tests performed in accordance with CEI 70-1 and NEMA 250 - 1991 std. Installation: Panel mounting by means of brackets. Rear Terminal Block: 21 screw terminals, with connection diagrams and safety rear cover. (Screw M3 for cables from AWG 22 to AWG 14). Dimensions: 48 x 96 mm (1.890 x 3.780 in.) according to DIN 43700; 116 mm (4.567 in.) deep. Weight: 450 grams (1 pound). Power Supply: 100 to 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz (-15 to 10% of the nominal value); 24 Vac/Vdc 10% of nominal value Power Consumption: 8 VA max. Insulation Resistance: Greater than 100 M according to IEC 1010-1. Dielectric Strength: 1500 Vrms according to IEC 1010-1. Display Updating Time: 500 ms. Sampling Time: 250 ms for linear inputs; 500 ms for TC and RTD inputs. Resolution: 30000 counts. Accuracy: 0.2% f.s.v., 1 digit @ 25C ambient temperature.
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Common Mode Rejection: 120 dB @ 50/60 Hz. Normal Mode Rejection: 60 dB @ 50/60 Hz. Electrostatic Compatibility and Safety Requirements: This instrument is marked CE. Therefore, it is conforms to council directives 89/336/EEC (reference harmonized standard EN 50081-2 and EN 500822) and to council directives 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC (reference harmonized standard EN 61010-1). Installation Category: II Temperature Drift (Reference Junction Excluded): < 200 ppm/C of span for mV and TC ranges 1, 3, 5, 6, 19, 20, 21, 22 < 300 ppm/C of span for mA/V < 400 ppm/C of span for RTD ranges 10, 26, and TC ranges 0, 2, 4, 27, and 28 < 500 ppm/C of span for RTD range 9 and TC ranges 7, 8, 23, 24 < 800 ppm/C of span for RTD range 25. Operating Temperature: 0 to 50 C. Storage Temperature: -20 to 70 C. Humidity: 20 to 85% rh non-condensing. Protection: a) WATCH DOG for automatic restart. b) DIP switches for configuration and calibration parameters.

Inputs Thermocouple Types: J, K, L, R, S, N and T are keyboard programmable. Engineering Units: C and F keyboard programmable. External Resistance: 100 max., maximum error 0.1% of span. Burnout: Shown as an overrange condition (standard). It is possible to obtain an underrange indication by cut and short. Reference Junction: Automatic compensation from 0 to 50 C. Reference Junction Accuracy: 0.1 C/C. Input Impedance: Greater than 1 M. Calibration: According to IEC 584-1 and DIN 43710-1977. Standard Ranges Type Range C Range F L 0 0 to 400.0 L 1 0 to 900 19 0 to 1650 J 2 -100.0 to 400.0 J 3 -100 to 1000 20-150 to 1830 K 4 -100.0 to 400.0 K 5 -100 to 1370 21-150 to 2500 N 6 -100 to 1400 22-150 to 2550 R 7 0 to 1760 23 0 to 3200 S 8 0 to 1760 24 0 to 3200 T 27 -199.9 to 400.0 28 -330 to 750

RTD (Resistance Temperature Detector) Type: Pt 100 3 wire connection. Input Circuit: Current injection. C/F Selection: Front keys or serial link. Line Resistance: Automatic compensation up to 20 /wire with no measurable error. Calibration: According to 43760. Burnout: Up scale. A special test is provided to signal overrange when input resistance is less than 15 . Standard Ranges: 9 -199.9 to 400.0 C 10 -200 to 800 C 25 -199.9 to 400.0 F 26 -330 to 1470 F Linear Inputs Readout: Keyboard programmable between -1900 and 4000 Decimal Point: Programmable in any position Burnout: Instrument shows burnout as underrange for 4 to 20 mA, 1 to 5 V, and 2 to 10 V underrange or overrange (selectable by solder jumper) for 0 to 60 mV and 12 to 60 mV. No indication available for 0 to 20 mA, 0 t 5 V and 0 to 10 V input types Accuracy: 0.2% + 1 digit @ 25C.

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Impedance: Type 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

0 to 60 mV 12 to 60 mV 0 to 20 mA 4 to 20 mA 0 to 5 V 1 to 5 V 0 to 10 V 2 to 10 V

>1 M >1 M <5 <5 >200 k >200 k >400 k >400 k

Setpoints This instrument can use two setpoints: SP and SP2. Setpoint selection is possible by logic inputs. Setpoint Transfer: Transfer from one setpoint to another, or between two different setpoint values, may be realized by a step transfer or by a ramp with two different programmable rates of change (ramp up and ramp down). Slope Value: 1 to 100 eng. unit/min or step. Setpoint Limiter: RLO and RHI parameters, programmable. Control Action Algorithm: PID + Autotune. Type: One (heating or cooling) or two (heating and cooling) control outputs. Proportional Band: Programmable: from 1.0 to 100.0% of the input span for a process with one control output. from 1.5 to 100.0% of the input span for a process with two control outputs. Setting the Pb equal to 0 changes the control action to on-off Hysteresis (for on-off control action): Programmable from 0.1 to 10.0% of the input span. Integral Time: Programmable from 1 second to 20 minutes (or excluded by 0 value). Derivative Time: Programmable from 1 second to 10 minutes (or excluded by 0 value).

Current Transformer Input for OUT 1 Failure Detection Function: Detects and signals a possible failure of the line driven by OUT 1 (See "Out 1 Failure Detection"). Input Range: 50 mAac. Scaling: Programmable from 10 Amps to 100 Amps (with 1 Amp step). Resolution: For full scale up to 20 Amps: 0.1 Amp. For full scale from 21 Amps to 100 Amps: 1 Amp. Minimum Duration of On or Off Period to Perform Measurement: 400 ms. Logic Input Instrument is equipped with one input from contact (voltage free) for setpoint selection. Contact Open = Main setpoint Contact Closed = Auxiliary setpoint Note: use an dry external contact capable of ssitching 0.5 mA, 5 Vdc. The instrument needs 100 ms to recognize a contact status variation. Logic inputs are not isolated by the measuring input.
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Integral Pre-load: Programmable: for 1 control output, from 0 to 100% of the output range. for 2 control outputs, from -100.0 to 100.0% of the heating/cooling output range. Autotuning: Keyboard enable/disable. Auto/Manual: Keyboard selectable. Auto/Manual Transfer: Bumpless Auto/Manual Indicator: (MAN) off in auto mode; lit in manual mode. Outputs Type: Time proportioning. Control Output Updating Time: 250 ms when linear input is used 500 ms when TC or RTD input is used Control Output Resolution: 1% of span Control Action: Direct/reverse programmable Output Level Indication (for control outputs): Output 1 value and output 2 value displayed separately. Output Level Limiter (for control outputs): One control medium: 0.0 to 100.0% Two control mediums: -100.0 to 100.0%. This function may be operative at instrument start-up for programmable time (to avoid thermal shock and/or preheating the plant).

Relay Outputs Output 1: SPST contact with rated current 3 A @ 250 Vac on resistive load (NO contact). Output 2: SPST contact with rated current 2 A @ 250 Vac on resistive load. Output 3: SPST contact with rated current 2 A @ 250 Vac on resistive load. Output 4: SPST contact with rated current 2 A @ 250 Vac on resistive load. Note: Side C of Out 3 and Out 4 are common. Logic Voltage for SSR Driver (0utput 1 only) Logic Level 0: Vout <0.5 Vdc Logic Level 1: 14 Vdc 20% @ 20 mA 24 Vdc 20% @ 1 mA Maximum current = 20 mA Note: Out 1 can be selected by jumper as relay output or SSR driver output. Output Status Indicator: Four indicators (Out 1, 2, 3, 4) are lit when the respective output is in the on condition.

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Alarms This instrument is equipped with three independent outputs programmable as: Heating + Alarm 1 + Alarm 2 Heating + Cooling + Alarm 2 Heating + Alarm 1 + Out 1 failure detection (or Alarm 2 + Out 1 failure detection in OR condition) Heating + Cooling + Out 1 failure detection (or Alarm 2 + Out 1 failure detection in OR condition). An optional output is available as Alarm 3 . Action: Direct or reverse acting. Alarm Functions: Each alarm can be configured as process alarm, band alarm or deviation alarm. Alarm Reset: Automatic or manual reset programmable on each alarm. Stand-by (mask): Each alarm can be configured with or without stand-by function. Alarm masking deletes false indication at start-up and after a setpoint change. Process Alarm Operating Mode: High or low programmable. Setpoint: Programmable in engineering units within the input span. Hysteresis: Programmable from 0.1 to 10.0% of the input span (P4 - P3).

Band Alarm Operating Mode: Inside or outside band programmable. Setpoint: Programmable from 0 to 500 units. Hysteresis: Programmable from 0.1 to 10.0% of the input span. Deviation Alarm Operating Mode: High or low programmable. Setpoint: Programmable from -500 to 500 units. Hysteresis: Programmable from 0.1% to 10.0% of the input span. Serial Communications Interface Type: RS-485. Protocol Type: MODBUS, JBUS, or proprietary polling/selecting. Baud: Programmable from 600 to 19200. Byte Format: 7 or 8 bit programmable. Parity: Even, odd or none programmable. Stop Bit: One. Address: 1 to 95 for proprietary protocol. 1 to 255 for all other protocols. Output Voltage Levels: According to EIA standards.

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Calibration Calibration parameters are logically divided into groups of two parameters each initial scale value and final scale value. A calibration check is provided after entering the values of each group. A calibration check can be initiated without making an entry: press the FUNC key to advance to the desired calibration check. The upper or left display will show the parameter code (t. - rJ. - P. - nA. - 5U. - 10U. - Ct.) and the lower or right display will show "ON" or "OFF". Before beginning calibration, be sure internal switch V2 is open (see Configuration Procedure, Figure 1). General Guidelines a) The instrument should be mounted in its case in order to keep the internal temperature constant. b) Ambient temperature should be stable. Avoid drift due to air conditioning or other mechanical devices. c) Relative humidity should not exceed 70%. d) Minimum warm up time should be at least 20 minutes. e) Operate as much as possible in a noise free environment. f) During calibration, connect one input at a time to the rear terminal block. g) Before input calibration, the specific preliminary hardware settings as described in the Configuration section must be made.
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h) Use calibrators with the following: Accuracy Current Input: 0.025% output 0.0025% range 0.01 microvolt Voltage Input: 0.005% output 0.001% range 5 microvolt TC Input: 0.005% output 0.001% range 5 microvolt RTD Input: 0.02% 0.0025 /decade CJ Compensation: better than 0.1C Resolution Current Input: 0.5 microamp Voltage Input: 100 microvolt TC Input: 1 microvolt RTD Input: 10 milliohm CJ Compensation: better than 0.1C Calibration Parameters Following is a complete list of calibration symbols: Code Parameter tL TC/mV Input Minimum Value tH TC/mV Input Maximum Value t. TC/mV Input Check rJ Reference Junction Compensation rJ. Reference Junction Compensation Check PL RTD Input Minimum Value (0 ) PH RTD Input Maximum Value (300 ) P. RTD Input Check

nAL nAH nA. 5UL 5UH 5U. 10UL 10UH 10U. ct.L ct.H ct.

Current Input Minimum Value (0 mA) Current Input Maximum Value (20 mA) Current Input Check 5 Volt Input Minimum Value (0 V) 5 Volt Input Value (5 V) 5 Volt Input Check 10 Volt Input Minimum Value (0 V) 10 Volt Input Maximum Value (10 V) 10 Volt Input Check Current Transformer Input Minimum Value (0 mAac) Current Transformer Input Maximum Value (50 mAac) Current Transformer Input Check

Entering Calibration Values tL TC/mV input minimum range value a) Perform the preliminary hardware settings described in the Configuration section of this manual, and connect the calibrator and instrument as shown below.
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Procedure Switch on the instrument; the lower or left display will show COnF. Press the s key and the display will show CAL. Press the FUNC key to start the calibration process. Repeatedly press the FUNC key until the desired calibration (parameter) code appears. Use the s and t keys to select between ON and OFF. To go to the next parameter without modifying the calibration, press the FUNC key when the display shows OFF . To start parameter calibration, press the FUNC key when the display shows ON. Note: Press the AT key to display the previous parameter without storing the new calibration.

b) The display shows OFF and tL. c) Set calibrator to 0.000 mV. d) Press the s key; the display changes to ON. e) After a few seconds, start calibration by pressing the FUNC key. The decimal point of the least significant digit will light to indicate the instrument is performing the calibration. When calibration is complete, the instrument will proceed to the next parameter. tH TC/mV input maximum range value a) Set the calibrator to 60.000 mV. b) Press the s key; the displays will show ON and tH. c) After a few seconds, start calibration by pressing the FUNC key. The decimal point of the least significant digit will light to indicate the instrument is performing the calibration. When this calibration is complete, the instrument will proceed to the next parameter.
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t. TC/mV input check The display will show t. followed by a number showing the measured value in counts. The calibration is correct if the indication is t. 3 0000 10 counts.

a) Check the minimum range value by setting the calibrator to 0.000 mV - the readout must be equal to "t. 0 0000" 10 counts. b) Check linearity at half scale by setting 30.000 mV on the calibrator. The readout must be "t. 1 5000" 10 counts. c) Press the FUNC key, "OFF" and "rJ" will appear on the displays. rJ Reference junction compensation Note: Make sure tL and tH are correctly calibrated before attempting rJ calibration. a) Measure the temperature close to terminals 1 and 3 using an appropriate instrument, as shown:
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b) Wait a few minutes to allow temperature stabilization of the entire system (compensation cable, sensor, calibrator and instrument). c) Use the s and t keys to make the readout value equal to the temperature measured by the measuring device in tenths of C. d) After a few seconds, start calibration by pressing the FUNC key. The decimal point of the least significant digit will light to indicate the instrument is performing the calibration. When this calibration is complete, the instrument will proceed to the next parameter. rJ. Reference junction compensation check The display will show rJ. and the temperature in tenths of C, measured by the compensator. Check that the display readout is equal to the value read by the measuring device. Press the FUNC key, the instrument will proceed to the next parameter. PL RTD input minimum range value a) Perform the preliminary hardware settings described in the Configuration section, and connect the calibrator and instrument as shown below.

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b) Set 0.000 on the resistor box. c) Press the s key; the displays show ON and PL. d) After a few seconds, start calibration by pressing the FUNC key. The decimal point of the least significant digit will light to indicate the instrument is performing the calibration. When this calibration is complete, the instrument will proceed to the next parameter. PH RTD input maximum range value a) Set resistor box to 375.000 . b) Press the s key; the displays will show ON and PH. c) After a few seconds, start calibration by pressing the FUNC key. The decimal point of the least significant digit will light to indicate the instrument is performing the calibration. When this calibration is complete, the instrument will proceed to the next parameter. P. RTD input check The display shows P. followed by a number showing the measured value in counts:

b) 125.00 ; the readout should be P.1 0190 10 counts. c) 250.00 ; readout should be P. 2 0189 10 counts. d) 375.00 ; readout should be P. 3 0000 10 counts. e) Press the FUNC key and proceed to next parameter. nAL Current minimum range value a) Perform the preliminary hardware settings described in the Configuration section, and connect the calibrator and instrument as shown below.
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b) Set 0.000 mA on the calibrator (even if the minimum range value is 4 mA). c) Press the s key, the display will show "nAL" and "ON". d) After a few seconds, start calibration by pressing the FUNC key. The decimal point of the least significant digit will light to indicate the instrument is performing the calibration. When this calibration is complete, the instrument will proceed to the next parameter.

Check the calibration (not linear) by setting the resistance box to: a) 0.00 ; the readout should be P. 0 0000 10 counts.
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nAH Current maximum range value a) Set 20.000 mA on the calibrator. b) Press the s key, the display will show "nAH" and "ON". c) After a few seconds, start calibration by pressing the FUNC key. The decimal point of the least significant digit will light to indicate the instrument is performing the calibration. When this calibration is complete, the instrument will proceed to the next parameter. nA. Current input check The display will show "nA." followed by a number showing the measured value in counts. The calibration is correct if the indication is "A. 3 0000" 10 counts.

5UL 5 volt input-minimum range value a) Perform the preliminary hardware settings described in the Configuration section, and connect the calibrator and instrument as shown below.
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b) Set 0.000 V on the calibrator (even if the minimum range value is 1 V). c) Press the s key, the display will show "5UL" and "ON". d) After a few seconds, start calibration by pressing the FUNC key. The decimal point of the least significant digit will light to indicate the instrument is performing the calibration. When this calibration is complete, the instrument will proceed to the next parameter. 5UH 5 volt input-maximum range value a) Set 5.000 V on the calibrator. b) Press the s key, the display will show "5UH" and "ON". c) After a few seconds, start calibration by pressing the FUNC key. The decimal point of the least significant digit will light to indicate the instrument is performing the calibration. When this calibration is complete, the instrument will proceed to the next parameter.
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a) Check the minimum range calibration by setting the calibrator to 0.000 mA; the readout should be nA. 0 0000 10 counts. b) Check the linearity at half scale by setting the calibrator to 10.000 mA; the readout should be nA. 1 5000 10 counts. c) Press the FUNC key to proceed to the next parameter.

5U. 5 volt input check The display will show "5U." followed by a number showing the measured value in counts. The calibration is correct if the indication is "5U. 3 0000" 10 counts.

c) Press the s key, the display will show "10UL" and "ON". d) After a few seconds, start calibration by pressing the FUNC key. The decimal point of the least significant digit will light to indicate the instrument is performing the calibration. When this calibration is complete, the instrument will proceed to the next parameter. 10UH 10 volt input-maximum range value a) Set 10.000 V on the calibrator. b) Press the s key, the display will show "10UH" and "ON". c) After a few seconds, start calibration by pressing the FUNC key. The decimal point of the least significant digit will light to indicate the instrument is performing the calibration. When this calibration is complete, the instrument will proceed to the next parameter. 10U. 10 volt input check The display will show "10U." followed by a number showing the measured value in counts. The calibration is correct if the indication is "10U. 3 0000" 10 counts.

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Check the minimum range calibration by setting the calibrator to 0.000 V; the readout should be 5U. 0 0000 10 counts. b) Check the linearity at half scale by setting the calibrator to 2.500 V; the readout should be 5U. 1 5000 10 counts. c) Press the FUNC key to proceed to the next parameter. 10UL 10 volt input-minimum range value a) Perform the preliminary hardware settings described in the Configuration section, and connect the calibrator and instrument as shown below.
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a) Check the minimum range calibration by setting the calibrator to 0.000 V; the readout should be 10U.0 0000 10 counts.

b) Check the linearity at half scale by setting the calibrator to 5.000 V; the readout should be 10U.1 5000 10 counts. c) Press the FUNC key to proceed to the next parameter. CtL Current transformer input-minimum range value a) Connect the calibrator and instrument as shown below.
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After a few seconds, start calibration by pressing the FUNC key. The decimal point of the least significant digit will light to indicate the instrument is performing the calibration. When this calibration is complete, the instrument will proceed to the next parameter

Ct. Current transformer input check The display will show "Ct." followed by a number showing the measured value in counts. The calibration is correct if the indication is "Ct. 1000" 10 counts.

b) Set 0.000 mA ac on the calibrator. c) Press the s key, the display will show "CtL" and "ON". d) After a few seconds, start calibration by pressing the FUNC key. The decimal point of the least significant digit will light to indicate the instrument is performing the calibration. When this calibration is complete, the instrument will proceed to the next parameter. CtH Current transformer input-maximum range value a) Set 50.000 mA ac on the calibrator. b) Press the s key, the display will show "CtH" and "ON".

a) Check the minimum range calibration by setting the calibrator to 0.000 mA ac; the readout should be Ct. 0000 10 counts. b) Check the linearity at half scale by setting the calibrator to 25.000 mA ac; the readout should be Ct. 500 10 counts. d) Press the FUNC key to proceed to the next parameter. This completes the calibration procedure. To enter the configuration procedure press the s key, the display will show CnF. If configuration and calibration are complete, switch the instrument off and close switch V1.

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Maintenance 1. Remove power from the power supply terminals and from relay output terminals. 2. Remove the instrument from case. 3. Using a vacuum cleaner or a compressed air jet (max. 3kg/cm2 ) remove dust and dirt which may be present on the louvers and on the internal circuits, being careful to not damage the electronic components. 4. Clean external plastic or rubber parts only with a cloth moistened with ethyl alcohol (pure or denatured) [C 2H5OH]; or isopropyl alcohol (pure or denatured) [(CH3 )2CHOH]; or water [H2 O] 5. Verify that there are no loose terminals. 6. Before re-inserting the instrument in its case, be sure it is perfectly dry. 7. Re-insert the instrument and turn it ON.

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