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MATRIX MICROPROCESSOR CONTROL PANEL

Installation Operation Maintenance Manual

1-25-07 REV-1.70

INDEX

Introduction. 3 Liquid Recirculator Operation.. 4 o Level Control.. 4 Level Probe. 4 Liquid Feed Solenoids.. 5 Liquid Feed Motorized Valves. 7 Float Switches.... 10 o Pump Control.. 11 Two Pump 12 Three Pump. .. 13 Pump Bypass Control. .. 14 Pump Cavitation Control 14 Spiral Freezer Start-up Mode 15 Configuration & Options. 16 o I/O descriptions 17 Keypad.. 22 Display Screens.. 23 Set-point Table 65 Jumper Selection Tables68 Specifications.. 69 Panel Layout & Drawings.. 74

INTRODUCTION

The RVS Matrix Microprocessor Control utilizes the latest in microprocessor technology to provide a total control solution for Refrigeration Recirculator Vessels. RVS is the first in the industry to integrate all of the recirculator functions into a single microprocessor control panel. Standard features include, proportional liquid level control, automatic pump control, pump and pump motor protection, data collection and communications. Matrix is packaged into a UL/cUL listed NEMA 4 panel and is available with or without integrated motor starters. Matrix is easy to set-up and easy to use. The large graphic display and simple keypad combine to provide an easy to navigate, operator-friendly interface. Setpoint entry and calibration require a few simple keystrokes. Matrix easily interfaces with most system controls through a globally standard MODBUS communications protocol. Factory packaging assures a completely tested and functional unit, ready-to-go, without expensive field wiring and complicated PLC logic. Matrix is a lower installed cost solution! Liquid recirculators are used in industrial refrigeration systems to supply refrigerant to the evaporators in the product freezers. A Liquid Recirculator consists of the following components: Vessel Two or three pumps Pump motors Pump motor starters Liquid level sensor or liquid level floats Liquid make-up solenoids or motorized valves Control panel There are two basic control functions that need to be performed for proper operation. Liquid level control and pump control. This document will describe, in detail, the operation of a microprocessor controlled Liquid Recirculator package.

LIQUID RECIRCULATOR OPERATION

LEVEL CONTROL: The diagram below shows a vessel with liquid in it. A level probe reads the level and transmits the signal to the controller. The controller determines the level in comparison to the desired set-point, and if lower than set-point, energizes the liquid solenoid until the liquid level reaches the set-point. Once set-point is reached, the liquid solenoid is turned off. The signal from the level probe needs to have offset calibration so that the indicated level is the same as the actual level. A calibration screen allows the operator to input a (+/-) variable to correct the level input signal. The level value is then displayed on the operator interface and is also made available to be transmitted through the serial or Ethernet communications ports.

Level probe

Solenoid Liquid

The control algorithm is a simple servo feedback loop incorporating Proportional control as shown in the following diagram. Level probe Liquid make-up Solenoid
Analog in Digital out

Controller

The analog value is read from the level probe and compared to the set-point entered by the operator. If the level is at set-point or higher, the output remains off and the solenoid is closed. If the level drops below set-point, the output is turned on and the solenoid is opened. The output remains open until the level reached the set-point. A small dead-band is placed at set-point (1%) so that the solenoid cannot chatter. An example would be if the operator set the desired level at 40%. The solenoid would close at 40% and open at 39%. If there is a High Level Alarm or High Level Shutdown, the liquid feed solenoid is de-energized. The liquid feed solenoid stays closed after a High Level Alarm or High Level Shutdown until the level drops below the operating level. Once below the operating level, the liquid feed solenoid is re-energized under control of the liquid level control set-point. When the Stop key is pressed, the liquid feed solenoid is closed and remains closed until the Enable key is pressed and the level is below set-point. When there is a Low Level Alarm or Low Level Shutdown, the liquid feed solenoid continues to operate to get the vessel level back to normal operating level. The liquid feed solenoid can be manually operated from the Mode Screen if the proper system password is entered. This should only be done by a qualified person as the vessel can be overfilled. The controller will over ride the Manual On selection once the level reaches the High Level Alarm set-point. At this point, the solenoid is shut off. Once the level drops below the High Level Alarm set-point, the solenoid will be re-energized. Manual liquid feed for solenoids can be done in both Enabled and Off modes.

Dual liquid make-up solenoids can be employed to optimize for full load and part load conditions. The two solenoids can be the same size or one larger than the other. The software would be configured so that the solenoids would be energized in a two-stage configuration. Using the previous example, where the set-point is at 40%, solenoid #1 would open when the level drops to 39%. Solenoid #2 would open when the level dropped to 34%. At this point, both solenoids are open and feeding liquid to the vessel. When the level begins to rise, the #2 solenoid would shut off at 35% and the #1 solenoid would shut off at 40%. If there is a High Level Alarm or High Level Shutdown, the liquid feed solenoids are de-energized. The liquid feed solenoids stay closed after a High Level Alarm or High Level Shutdown until the level drops below the operating level. Once below the operating level, the liquid feed solenoids are re-energized under control of the liquid level control set-point. When the Stop key is pressed, the liquid feed solenoids are closed and remains closed until the Enable key is pressed and the level is below set-point. When there is a Low Level Alarm or Low Level Shutdown, the liquid feed solenoids continue to operate to get the vessel level back to normal operating level. The liquid feed solenoids can be manually operated from the Mode Screen if the proper system password is entered. This should only be done by a qualified person as the vessel can be overfilled. The controller will over ride the Manual On selection once the level reaches the High Level Alarm set-point. At this point, the solenoid is shut off. Once the level drops below the High Level Alarm set-point, the solenoids will be re-energized. Manual liquid feed for solenoids can be done in both Enabled and Off modes.

Level probe

2 Solenoids

Liquid

MOTORIZD LIQUID FEED VALVES Variable motorized valves can be substituted for the liquid make-up solenoids. The variable valve has the advantage of feeding liquid at full flow or part load. Motorized valves eliminate the liquid hammer effect from solenoids. True P-I-D control can be used with the motorized valve where only the proportional part of the P-I-D control can be used with the solenoid. The microprocessor controller outputs a 4-20mA signal to drive the valve.

Level probe

P-I-D
Analog in

Liquid make-up motorized valve

Analog out

Controller

The analog value is read from the level probe and compared to the set-point entered by the operator. The software is configured so that the valve opens proportional to the difference in level from set-point. An example would be if the operator set the desired level set-point at 40%, the valve closed set-point at 0% difference and fully open set-point at 10% difference. If the level is at set-point or higher, the analog output remains at 4 mA which drives the motorized valve closed. If the level drops below set-point, each 1% drop, opens the valve 10%. When the vessel level drops to 30%, the valve is at 20 mA and is fully open.

Level probe

Motorized valve

Solenoid

Liquid

A solenoid should be included with the motorized valve. The reason for the solenoid is that it acts as a back-up safety device in case the motorized valve sticks open or fails operate. The controller will close the solenoid when the level reaches the Level Control set-point + the Solenoid Off Diff set-point, regardless of the motorized valve position. In addition, some valves may not close during a power failure, allowing liquid to continue to flow into the vessel, possibly over filling it. The solenoid assures liquid shutoff. The software, under normal operation, would energize the solenoid when the enable key is pressed. If the unit is not enabled or the remote enable input is off, the solenoid would be de-energized. If there is a High Level Alarm or High Level Shutdown, the motorized valve is driven closed. The liquid feed solenoid stays closed after the level reaches the Level Control set-point + the Solenoid Off Diff set-point, until the level drops below the operating level. Once below the operating level, the liquid feed solenoid is re-energized. The motorized valve then takes over control of the liquid level. When the Stop key is pressed, the liquid feed solenoid is closed and remains closed until the Enable key is pressed. The motorized valve is also driven closed when the Stop key is pressed and remains closed until the Enable key is pressed. When there is a Low Level Alarm or Low Level Shutdown, the liquid feed solenoid and motorized valve continue to operate to get the vessel level back to normal operating level. The liquid feed motorized valve can be manually operated from the Mode Screen if the proper system password is entered. This should only be done by a qualified person as the vessel can be overfilled.

The manual operation of the motorized valve will only work when the panel is enabled. The motorized valve is always driven closed in the Off mode. Once the panel is enabled the operator can select the motorized valve opening manually on the mode screen. The controller will over ride the Manual selection once the level reaches the Level Control set-point + the Solenoid Off Diff set-point. At this point, the solenoid valve is de-energized. The controller will also over ride the Manual selection once the level reaches the High Level Alarm set-point. At this point, the motorized valve is driven closed. Once the level drops below the operating setpoint, the solenoid will be re-energized. The motorized valve will be held at 0% and the operator will have to reset the desired manual setting on the Mode Screen. If the Stop key is pressed, the liquid solenoid will close and the motorized valve will be driven closed.

Two motorized valves can be incorporated where they can be set up as a two stage system.

Level probe motorized valves

Liquid

Operation is similar to the previous example, except that valve #1 operates from 0 to 10% deviation from set-point. Valve #2 would operate from 10% to 20% deviation from set-point.

LEVEL FLOAT SWITCHES

In some situations, the controller will be fitted to older systems that may not be able to have an analog level probe fitted to it. In that case, the existing float valves will have to be utilized to measure the level in the vessel. Level floats Liquid make-up solenoid

Digital in

Digital out

Controller

Single or dual liquid feed solenoid valves can be employed with this configuration, but variable motorized valves cannot be used. Multiple liquid solenoid operation is the same as previous descriptions, so we will concentrate on the operation of the float tree.

Level floats Liquid solenoids Liquid

The mechanical floats are in fixed positions and cannot be moved. Therefore the level control set-points are fixed. The controller accepts up to four level floats as input devices. The top float is the high level system shutdown float. The bottom is the low level pump shutdown float. The two middle floats control the two liquid feed valves.

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When the level drops and the float switch contacts open, the input to the microprocessor is disabled. The microprocessor delays the output to the liquid solenoid by an operator settable time delay to prevent solenoid chatter. After the delay, the solenoid is energized. When the level rises and the float switch contacts close, the input to the microprocessor is enabled. The microprocessor delays shutting off the solenoid by an operator settable time delay to prevent solenoid chatter. After the delay, the solenoid is de-energized. When float switches are employed, rather than an analog level probe, only two pumps can be controlled by the microprocessor panel.

PUMP CONTROL The diagram below shows a refrigerant pump with: Pump oil level switch (Cornell pumps only) Pump bypass Pump run contacts Pump motor current Pump discharge pressure sensor

Pump bypass solenoid

Pump discharge pressure sensor Pump oil level

Inlet
(from vessel)

Outlet
(to freezer)

Pump
A Pump run contacts

The operator can place the pumps in the following modes: Manual off Manual on Automatic

TWO PUMP OPERATION

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In a typical two pump operation, one pump will run and one will be in the stand-by mode. The operator can select which pump will run and which pump will be in the stand-by mode. The operator can also select that there is no standby pump by placing the second pump in the off position. The pump is energized when the operator presses the Enable key or a communications enable command is received and the Remote enable input is energized. The remote enable I/O input must always be at a logic one for the pumps to run. If the remote enable I/O input is low, the pumps will remain off but in the ready to run mode. Once the pump output is energized, the software will look for verification that the pump is running by looking at the pump running contacts which should be at a logic one within 5 seconds. If not, the pump output is turned off and a Pump Auxiliary Shutdown is generated. The software also looks at pump motor current and verifies that the motor current is above the minimum motor current set-point. If not, after a time delay the pump is shut down and a Low Amps Shutdown is generated. If the pump fails due to cavitation, low differential pressure, low or high motor amps, the stand-by pump will be automatically started after the first pump is shut down. An alarm is issued due to the failure of the lead pump. If the standby pump also fails, the system is in a shutdown mode and requires operator intervention. If there is a High Level Alarm or High Level Shutdown the pumps will continue to operate. If it is a High Level Alarm, the pumps will continue to run after the alarm is cleared on the Alarm Screen. If it is a High Level Shutdown the pumps will shut down once the alarm is cleared, and the operator will have to press the Enable button to resume operation. If there is a Low Level Alarm or Low Level Shutdown the pumps will stop. If it is a Low level Alarm, the pumps will stop and stay off. The pump status will be indicated as Hold-Off. Once the vessel level reaches operating set-point, the pumps will start. If it is a Low Level Shutdown, the pumps will be held off. The operator will have to clear the alarm and press the Enable button. The pumps can be manually operated from the Mode Screen. control can be done in both Enabled and Off modes. Manual pump

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Pump bypass solenoid

Pump run contacts

Pump oil level

Pump motor amps

Pump
Pump oil level

Pump discharge pressure sensor

Inlet
(from vessel) Pump oil level

Outlet Pump
(to freezer)

Pump

THREE PUMP OPERATION The operation of a three pump system is similar to a two pump system. Two pumps run with the third in standby mode. The first two pumps are energized when the operator presses the Enable key or a communications enable command is received and the Remote enable input is energized. The remote enable I/O input must always be at a logic one for the pumps to run. If the remote enable I/O input is low, the pumps will remain off but in the ready to run mode. Once the pump outputs are energized, the software will look for verification that the pumps are running by looking at the pump running contacts which should be at a logic one within 5 seconds. If not, the offending pump output is turned off and an alarm is generated. The software looks at the pump discharge pressure sensor, subtracts vessel pressure and verifies that pump discharge pressure differential has been generated. If not, after a time delay both pumps are shut down and an alarm is generated. The software also looks at pump motor current and verifies that the motor current is above the minimum motor current set-point for each pump. If not, after a time delay the offending pump is shut down and an alarm is generated. If the pump discharge pressure is within normal operating ranges, the pumps continue to run. In the case of a three pump system, one pump could fail on motor current while the other pump is OK. In this case, the offending pump will shut down, an alarm issued and the standby pump started. If both lead pumps fail due to motor current, the standby pump is started and an alarm is issued.

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If the pumps fail due to cavitation or low differential pressure the stand-by pump will be automatically started after the two pumps are shut down, in a failure mode. An alarm is issued due to the failure of the lead pumps. If the standby pump also fails, the system is in a shutdown mode and requires operator intervention

PUMP BYPASS CONTROL The pump bypass solenoid is normally closed when the pumps are not running or when the system is in a shutdown or off mode. The pump bypass solenoid remains closed when a pump (or pumps) are started and remains closed until the following conditions are met: Pump motor current drops below the low amps bypass on set-point. This action is taken when either pumps motor current or both pumps drops to this set-point. The pump bypass solenoid is closed when the pump(s) motor current rises above the low amps bypass off set-point

Pump bypass solenoid


Pump motor current
A

Controller

PUMP CAVITATION (two pumps) Pump cavitation is defined as a drop in pump differential pressure, while the pump(s) are running. If the pump begins to cavitate and the pump differential pressure drops below the low pump P shutdown set-point for the time delay period, the pump is shut down. The pump will remain off for an operator settable time period. This time delay is determined by the pump cavitation off time delay period. If the pump cavitates six times in an hour or accumulates six minutes of cavitation time in an hour, the pump is failed due to cavitation and the standby pump is started.

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PUMP CAVITATION (three pumps) The logic is the same except that both pumps will be shutdown together and restarted together. If both pumps fail due to cavitation, the standby pump is started.

START-UP MODE FOR SPIRAL FREEZERS When the pump recirculator is applied to spiral freezers, a start-up mode can be enabled by the operator. In this mode, the vessel level is reset to a higher level for an operator settable time period so that extra liquid is available for freezer fill-up. The operator has access to the following set-points for the start-up mode: Mode: Normal or start-up Vessel level start-up set-point which is set in % above normal liquid level setpoints. An example would be if the vessel has two liquid feed valves with control points at 30% and 35% and the start-up set-point was at 10% (higher). In the normal mode, the level would be maintained at 30% and 35% for each liquid feed valve. When the start-up mode is selected, the liquid level set points would be reset to 40% and 45% for the start-up time period which is in minutes. The display screen would indicate that the system is in the start-up mode. Start-up mode time delay This is the amount of time the vessel remains in the start-up mode before returning to the normal mode. 30 minutes would be typical.

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CONFIGURATION & OPTIONS


I/O TABLE when using an analog

probe for level input:


DI 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 DI 9 5 DO 7 5 AI 7 1 3 AO 3 3 2 2 0 1 Standard DO AI AO 2 2 DI 1 1 Optional DO AI AO 1 1

Pumps Motor current Oil level (Cornell pumps) Bypass solenoid Discharge pressure Liquid feed solenoid Liquid feed motorized valve Level float input Level probe input Alarm horn Remote enable/disable input Remote reset input Vessel pressure Vessel temperature 4-20 mA level signal to system Totals

Total I/O (including options)

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I/O TABLE when using float

Switches

for level input:


Standard DO AI AO 2 2 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 9 DI 10 5 4 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 Optional DO AI AO

Pumps Motor current Oil level (Cornell pumps) Bypass solenoid Discharge pressure Liquid feed solenoid Liquid feed motorized valve Level float input Level probe input Alarm horn Remote enable/disable input Remote reset input Vessel pressure Vessel temperature Totals

DI 2 2

DI

Total I/O (including options)

DO AI AO 6 5 0

I/O DESCRIPTIONS
DIGITAL INPUTS (DI): Pump feedback from the pump motor starter that the pump is energized. When the input is a logic one, the pump motor starter is on. When the input is logic zero, the pump motor starter is off. One digital input is provided for each pump. The standard system has two pumps. A third pump can be added on systems using an analog level probe as means of measuring vessel level. If float switches are used to measure level, only two pumps can be operated by the control. The third pump can also be configured as a liquid transfer device in the software. Oil level (Cornell pumps) Cornell pumps have oil level switches that change state when the oil level drops in the pump. When the input is a logic one, the pump is available to run. When the input is a logic zero, the pump has a failure and is not available to run. A logic zero on this input is an alarm condition. Each pump has its own oil level switch. Hansen, Buffalo and Teikoku pumps do not have this feature. Level float(s) input For systems with an analog level probe, one digital input is available to connect the mechanical high level shutdown float to the controller. A logic one allows the system to operate normally. A logic zero

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indicates a high liquid level in the vessel which causes the following actions to be taken: o Continue to run the liquid pump(s) or start the liquid pump(s) if off and available to run. o Issue a High level alarm. o Turn on the liquid transfer device, if one is included with the system. For systems with mechanical floats to measure vessel level, three additional float level inputs are available. The level of the vessel can be determined approximately by placing (up to three) mechanical float switches vertically along the vessel. When each succeeding level float, from the bottom to the top changes from a logic zero to a logic one, the liquid level in the vessel is at that float position or above it. Float inputs at logic zero are above the liquid level in the vessel. Float inputs at a logic one are equal to or below the liquid level in the vessel. The software that controls liquid level in the vessel uses these inputs to determine the control of the liquid feed solenoid(s). Remote enable/disable This input must be energized in order for the system to run. When the input is a logic zero, the controller is in the standby mode. Plant system controls can utilize this input to control the operation of the recirculator package. Remote reset input This input is intended for a pushbutton action type device. When the input is a logic zero, the controller can operate. When the input is a logic one, the program is held in reset. When the input returns to a logic zero, the controller can operate.

DIGITAL OUTPUTS (DO): Pumps when the software determines that a pump should be turned on, the digital output is set to a logic one. A logic zero turns the pump off. The software assures that an output cannot toggle any faster than 20 second intervals to protect the pump motor. One digital output is provided for each pump. The standard system has two pumps. A third pump can be added on systems using an analog level probe as means of measuring vessel level. If float switches are used to measure level, only two pumps can be operated by the control. The third pump can also be configured as a liquid transfer device in the software. Pump bypass The pump bypass output energizes a solenoid that essentially connects the pump outlet to the pump inlet, which establishes the minimum flow required by the pumps for proper operation. A logic one on the output opens the solenoid. A logic zero on the output closes the solenoid. o The pump bypass solenoid is always closed when no pumps are running. o The pump bypass solenoid remains closed when one or more pumps are running and the motor current(s) are above the Low amps bypass off set-point. The output is set to a logic zero which closes the solenoid.

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o The pump bypass solenoid is opened when one or more pumps motor current drops below the Low amps bypass on set-point. The output is set to a logic one which opens the solenoid. o The pump bypass solenoid remains open until all running pumps motor amps rise above the Low amps bypass off set-point, where the bypass solenoid is then closed. Liquid feed The vessel is replenished with liquid from liquid feed valve(s). After reading the level in the vessel, the software could determine that the liquid level in the vessel is low and needs to add liquid. A logic one on the liquid feed output, opens a solenoid, allowing liquid to flow into the vessel. A logic zero on the output closes the solenoid and stops the liquid flow. Once the liquid level in the vessel reaches the desired point, the liquid feed is turned off. The software assures that an output cannot toggle any faster than 5 second intervals to protect the solenoid. A second liquid feed solenoid can be employed where the two liquid feed solenoids act as a two-stage device. The first liquid feed valve operates as previously described. The second liquid feed valve is energized when the liquid level reaches a point lower than the first liquid feed valves feed set-point. With both valves energized, the vessel can be filled rapidly. Once the level reached the first feed valves lower set-point, the second feed valve is turned off. Alarm horn - Whenever an alarm condition is detected by the software, the alarm output is set to a logic zero. During normal operation, the alarm output is set to a logic one.

ANALOG INPUTS (AI): Motor current The microprocessor control reads one leg of the three phase pump motor current with a current transformer (CT). The microprocessor uses the motor current reading to protect the pump motor and control the pump bypass solenoid. Pump motor amps are displayed on the main screen and the data screen. Set-points related to motor current are: o Motor FLA o High motor amps alarm after a time delay, a high motor amps alarm is issued. o High motor amps shutdown after a time delay, the motor is turned off. o Low amps bypass on If any pumps motor current drops below this set-point, after a time delay the pump bypass solenoid is opened. o Low amps bypass off If all of the running pumps motor currents are above this set-point, after a time delay the pump bypass is closed. o Motor amps minimum (zero amps means the motor is not running) When a motor is started, the software looks for the motor auxiliary contact to confirm the motor starter is energized. The software also looks to see if a minimum motor current is generated which confirms the pump is running. Pump discharge pressure The pumping pressure of the pump(s) are read by a pump discharge pressure transducer that outputs a 1-5V signal. The

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pressure transducer range is 0-200 PSI absolute (-14.7 to 185.3 PSIG) Pump discharge pressure is indicated on the operator screen and is also available to be transmitted from the communications port. The vessel pressure is subtracted from the pump discharge pressure to get pump differential pressure. Pump differential pressure is displayed and made available to the communications port(s). Set-points related to pump discharge and pump differential pressure are: o Low pump differential pressure, pump cavitation set-point If the pump (s) begin to cavitate and the pump differential pressure drops below the low pump P shutdown set-point for the time delay period, the pump(s) are shut down. The pumps will remain off for an operator settable time period. This time delay is determined by the pump cavitation off time delay period. If the pump cavitates six times in an hour or accumulates six minutes of cavitation time in an hour, the pump is failed due to cavitation and the standby pump is started. Level probe input Rather than using level floats to determine the liquid level in a vessel, an analog level probe is employed to provide continuous liquid level input to the controller. The level range is from 0% to 100%. The analog input signal is a 4-20mA signal. The software determines the desired level in the vessel by placing set-points on the level column entered by the operator. Set-points related to level probe are: o High level shutdown o High level alarm o Enable liquid transfer device o Disable liquid transfer device o Level control #1 o Level control #2 o Low level alarm o Low level shutdown When the analog level probe is used, level float switch inputs cannot be used. Only one float switch input is available, which is the high level shutdown input. Vessel pressure The pressure is measured inside the vessel with a pressure transducer that outputs a 1-5V signal. The pressure transducer range is 0-200 PSI absolute (-14.7 to 185.3 PSIG). Vessel pressure is indicated on the operator screen and is also available to be transmitted from the communications port. Vessel pressure is subtracted from pump discharge pressure to get pump differential pressure. Vessel temperature - The temperature is measured inside the vessel with a temperature probe that outputs a I uA/K signal. The temperature probe range is scaled from -459F to + 441F temperature range. Vessel temperature is indicated on the operator screen and is also available to be transmitted from the communications port.

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ANALOG OUTPUTS (AO): Liquid feed Rather than using solenoids to control liquid feed to the vessel, a continuously variable, motorized valve can be employed to provide continuous liquid make-up. The software reads the liquid level in the vessel and outputs a 4-20mA signal which drives the valve. The software executes a P-I-D loop algorithm to exactly control the valve. The valves position is indicated from 0% (closed) to 100% (open) Up to two valves can be employed to achieve two-stage filling in a course and fine mode. 4-20 mA level signal to system Transmits the conditioned (calibrated) level signal to supervisory system controls.

KEYPAD The keypad provides a user interface to the control panel and is divided into three sections. Soft keys Direction & entry keys Enable/ Stop keys Soft Keys The five soft keys are located directly below the display and are defined by the software on the screen. Direction/Entry Keys The direction and entry keys allow the operator to navigate a screen by pressing the arrow key in the direction desired. The enter key finalizes a command to the controller. The up/down arrows increment/decrement the value in a set-point field, and the right/left arrows move to the next/previous set-point. The enter key must be pressed in order for the value change to be accepted. Stop/Reset Key The stop/reset key stops the operation of all devices which includes: pumps, liquid feed valves or solenoids and pump bypass valves or solenoids. If the system is shut down and in alarm, pressing the stop/reset key, resets the alarms and places the unit in the ready to operate mode. When on the alarm screen, pressing the stop/reset key clears all of the alarms without shutting down the pumps. Enable Key The enable key initiates operation of the system.

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ENTER STOP RESET

ENABLE

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DISPLAY SCREENS The display is a 320 X 240 monochrome graphic LCD device. Operator displays are organized into categories as follows: Main Mode Screen o Startup Setup Screen Data Screen Alarm Screen o Alarm History Screen Freeze #1 Screen Freeze #2 Screen Set-point Screen o Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #2 Level Set-points #3 o Pump Set-points #1 Pump Set-points #2 o Motor Set-points #1 Motor Set-points #2 Motor Set-points #3 o Miscellaneous Set-points Date & Time Minute Trend Screen #1 o Minute Trend Screen #2 o Hour Trend Screen #1 o Hour Trend Screen #2 Calibration Screen o Analog out #1 Calibration Analog out #2 Calibration Analog out #3 Calibration System Set-up Screen o System Setup Screen #2 Communications Setup o Service Screen Digital Input Status Digital Output Status Analog Input Status Analog Output Status o Screen Saver Setup o Security Code Setup o Initialize Set-points o Run Hours Screen Program Version Info

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MAIN
LEVEL 45 100 80 60 40 20 0

OFF KEYPAD

PUMPS
#1-Off Auto #2-Off Auto #3-Off Auto

DIFF PRES
42.8D ALARM COMM-S

VALVES
#1-0% Auto #2-0% Auto
MODE SCRN DATA SCRN

ALARM SCRN

SETPT SCRN

MORE

Main Screen: Vessel level o Bar graph showing level from 0% to 100% when level probe is used to measure vessel level. o 4-step graph showing level from 0% to 100% when level floats are used to measure vessel level. Pump differential pressure (pump discharge pressure-vessel pressure) Pump(s) o Number of pumps (1,2,3) o Pumps are (On, Off, Auto, Alarm, in anti-recycle, Hold-off) Liquid feed valve(s) o Number of valves (1or 2) o Open/closed o % open (for motorized valves) o Auto o Manual Date/Time Mode (Off keypad, Enabled keypad, I/O lockout, Failed) Communications Indicator (displayed when communications is active) o (Serial COMM-S / Ethernet COMM-E) Alarm Indicator (displayed when there is an alarm)

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MODE SCREEN
Micro Start Mode: Pump 1 Mode: Pump 2 Mode: Pump 3 Mode: Normal Run Hours Auto Auto Off 22.9 Hrs 16.1 Hrs 2.2 Hrs 72%

Liq Feed 1 Mode: Manual Liq Feed 1 Mode: Auto


STRTUP SCRN

MAIN

Mode Screen: Micro Start Mode Operator can select Normal or Start-up. Normal mode operates off of Vessel Level #1 Set-point Start-up mode is typically used for spiral freezers, but can be used for other applications as well. When the Enable button is pressed, the controller changes from the normal level to a higher level for a period of time. The higher level allows for extra liquid to fill the freezer and helps to prevent pump cavitation. After the Startup Time expires, the controller returns to the normal level setting. These settings are on the Start-up Setup Screen. Pump Mode Allows operator to select the operational mode for each pump. Pump #1 On, Off, Auto Pump #2 On, Off, Auto Pump #3 On, Off, Auto Run hours Displays run-time hours of each pump. Liquid Feed Mode Allows the operator to select the operational mode of the solenoid or motorized liquid feed valves. (Solenoid) Liquid feed #1 On, Off, Auto (Solenoid) Liquid feed #2 On, Off, Auto (Motorized) Liquid feed #1 Manual, Auto (Motorized) Liquid feed #1 Manual, Auto 25

STARTUP SETUP SCREEN


Level Control Setpoint : Startup Time: 10% 30 Min

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Start-up Setup Screen: Level Control Set-point Allows the operator to select a level (in %) above the normal operating level for startup. Startup Time Operator adjustable startup time. The amount of time the level will be raised to the Level Control Set-point Adjust value. After the Startup Time has elapsed, the level is returned to the Normal level. Start-up mode is typically used for spiral freezers, but can be used for other applications as well. When the Enable button is pressed, the controller changes from the normal level to a higher level for a period of time. The higher level allows for extra liquid to fill the freezer and helps to prevent pump cavitation. After the Startup Time expires, the controller returns to the normal level setting. These settings are on the Start-up Setup Screen.

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DATA SCREEN
Vessel Level: Pump Disch Pressure: Vessel Pressure: Pump Diff. Pressure: Pump #1: Pump #2: Pump #3: Pump #1 Motor Amps

Scroll

45.2% 75.8G 33.0G 42.8D On Auto On Auto Off Auto 15.2A


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Data Screen: Vessel Level Pump Discharge Pressure Vessel Pressure Pump Differential Pressure Vessel Temperature Pump #1: Pump #2: Pump #3: Pump #1: Motor Amps Pump #2: Motor Amps Pump #3: Motor amps Liquid Feed Valve #1 Liquid Feed Valve #2 Bypass valve

% PSI - Gauge PSI Gauge or Hg PSI - Differential F (On, Off, Auto, Alarm, in anti-recycle, hold-off) (On, Off, Auto, Alarm, in anti-recycle, hold-off) (On, Off, Auto, Alarm, in anti-recycle, hold-off) Amps Amps Amps (Open, Closed, %) (Open, Closed, %) (Open, Closed)

The Scroll indicator prompts the operator to press the up/down arrows to view additional data.

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ALARM SCREEN
Pump #1 Auxiliary Shutdown 03:39:01AM 05/04/2006 Pump #1 Auxiliary Shutdown 03:29:31AM 05/04/2006

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CLEAR ALARM

ALARM SILEN

ALARM HIST

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Alarm Screen: Displays up to 8 alarms along with time and date. In order to clear an alarm, the operator can clear individual alarms by pressing the clear alarm soft key on the alarm screen. An alternative would be to clear all of the alarms with a single key stroke by pressing the stop/reset key. While on the alarm screen, the stop/reset key can be pressed with the system running and not affect operation. If on any other screen, the stop/reset key will shut the system down if the stop/reset key is pressed while running. The Alarm Silence button turns off the alarm horn output.

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ALARM HISTORY SCREEN


Pump #1 Auxiliary Shutdown 03:39:01AM 05/04/2006 Pump #1 Auxiliary Shutdown 03:29:31AM 05/04/2006

FREZ1 SCRN

FREZ2 SCRN

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Alarm History Screen: Displays up to 8 historical alarms along with time and date.

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05/03/2006 02:32:51 AM

FREEZE
LEVEL 45 100 80 60 40 20 0
BACK

OFF FAILED

PUMPS
#1-Alm Auto #2-Alm Auto #3-Alm Auto

DIFF PRES
42.8D ALARM COMM-S

VALVES
#1-0% Auto #2-0% Auto

MORE

Freeze Screen: Freezes main display at the point of failure. Allows the operator to view conditions at the time of failure

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FREEZE DATA SCREEN


Vessel Level: Pump Disch Pressure: Vessel Pressure: Pump Diff. Pressure: Pump #1: Pump #2: Pump #3: Pump #1 Motor Amps
BACK

Scroll

45.2% 75.8G 33.0G 42.8D On Auto On Auto Off Auto 15.2A


MAIN

Freeze Data Screen: Freezes Data screen at the point of failure. Allows the operator to view conditions at the time of failure The Scroll indicator prompts the operator to press the up/down arrows to view additional data.

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MAIN
LEVEL 45 100 80 60 40 20 0
MOTOR STPTS MISC STPTS

OFF KEYPAD

PUMPS
#1-Off Auto #2-Off Auto #3-Off Auto

DIFF PRES
42.8D ALARM COMM-S

VALVES
#1-0% Auto #2-0% Auto
LEVEL STPTS PUMP STPTS

MAIN

Set-point Screens: By pressing the Set-point Screen soft key, the soft keys are re-written to indicate the set-point screens that can be accessed by the operator.

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LEVEL SETPOINTS #1
Delay

High Level Shutdown: 45.2% High Level Alarm: Low Level Alarm: Low Level Shutdown:

76%

5 Sec 5 Sec 5 Sec 5 Sec

70% 30% 20%

LEVEL STPT2

LEVEL STPT3

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Level Set-points #1 Screen: The operator can enter the vessel level % and time delay for high and low level alarms and shutdowns. High Level Shutdown (Password protected) If you are in the factory setup, the fixed high level float position can be entered. The vessel high level float switch is wired to the Matrix Micro. When the high level float trips, an alarm will be issued after the time delay entered. The time delay is not password protected. High Level Alarm The high level alarm is based on the input from the level probe. The high level alarm is issued when the level reaches this set-point and remains equal to or above this set-point for the delay time period. Low Level Alarm The low level alarm is based on the input from the level probe. The low level alarm is issued when the level drops to this set-point and remains equal to or below this set-point for the delay time period. Low Level Shutdown - The low level shutdown is based on the input from the level probe. The low level shutdown is issued when the level drops to this set-point and remains equal to or below this set-point for the delay time period. The pumps are turned off.

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LEVEL SETPOINTS #2
Level Cntrl Setpt #1: Dead Band #1: Proportional #1: Response #1: Integral #1: Derivative #1: Solenoid Off Diff #1: Solenoid Off Delay #1: 30% 1% 250 5 1 0% 5 Sec

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Level Set-points #2 Screen: The operator can enter the vessel level control set-points and response rates for vessel level #1 set-points. Level Control Set-point #1 The operator selects the desired level for the vessel. The controller will maintain the level in the vessel to equal this setpoint. Dead Band #1 The % level above and below the Level Control set-point where the controller takes no action. Proportional #1 Proportional setting of a PID control. Settings are 0-256. Integral #1 Integral setting of a PID control. Settings are 0-256. Derivative #1 Derivative setting of a PID control. Settings are 0-99. Solenoid Off Diff #1 The % level above the Level Control set-point where the controller cycles off the solenoid valve. Solenoid Off Delay #1 = This set-point sets the interval (in seconds) to delay before cycling off the solenoid valve when the level reaches the Solenoid Off Diff #1 set-point.

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LEVEL SETPOINTS #3
Level Cntrl Setpt #2: Dead Band #2: Proportional #2: Response #1: Integral #2: Derivative #2: Solenoid Off Diff #2: Solenoid Off Delay #2: 40% 1% 250 5 1 1% 5 Sec

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Level Set-points #3 Screen: The operator can enter the vessel level control set-points and response rates for vessel level #2 set-points. Level Control Set-point #2 The operator selects the desired level for the vessel. The controller will maintain the level in the vessel to equal this setpoint. Dead Band #2 The % level above and below the Level Control set-point where the controller takes no action. Proportional #2 Proportional setting of a PID control. Settings are 0-256. Integral #2 Integral setting of a PID control. Settings are 0-256. Derivative #2 Derivative setting of a PID control. Settings are 0-99. Solenoid Off Diff #2 The % level above the Level Control set-point where the controller cycles off the solenoid valve. Solenoid Off Delay #2 = This set-point sets the interval (in seconds) to delay before cycling off the solenoid valve when the level reaches the Solenoid Off Diff #2 set-point.

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PUMP SETPOINTS #1
Delay

Lo Diff-P Pump Stop: Pmp Cavit. Off Time: #1 Aux Contact: #1 Anti-recycle: #1 Oil Level Switch:

30D

5 Sec 3 Min 5 Sec 120 Sec 5 Sec

PUMP STPT2

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Pump Set-points #1 Screen: Pump safeties are set on this screen. Some set-points are password protected due to critical design parameters which require knowledge of the pump dynamics before changing the set-point. Set-points that are password protected will be indicated in the description of the set-point. Low Differential Pressure, Pump Stop (Password protected) If the pump differential pressure fails to rise above this set-point at start start-up or drops below this set-point while running, the pump will shut down after the time delay. Pump Cavitation Off Time (Password protected) If a pump or pumps are shutdown due to cavitations, the pump(s) will remain off for this time period before restarting. #1 Auxiliary Contact When the microprocessor starts a pump, it looks to verify that the pump motor starter contactor engaged. The auxiliary contact on the pump motor starter is wired back to an input and the microprocessor verifies contact closure within the time entered. If the auxiliary contact input is not energized within the time delay, the pump will be turned off and a pump failure alarm issued. #1 Anti-recycle The amount of time between starts of the pump motor. This set-point protects the motor from multiple starts within a specified time period. #1 Oil Level Switch For Cornell pumps only. If the oil level in the Cornell pump drops below the oil switch level, the pump will be shut down after this time delay.

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PUMP SETPOINTS #2
Delay

Standby Pump: #2 Aux Contact: #2 Anti-recycle #2 Oil Press Switch: 1% #3 Aux Contact: #3 Anti-recycle #2 Oil Level Switch: 45.2%

2 5 Sec 120 Sec 5 Sec 5 Sec 120 Sec 5 Sec


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Pump Set-points #2 Screen: Standby Pump the operator can select which pump is the standby pump. #2 Auxiliary Contact Same as #1 Auxiliary Contact description. #2 Anti-recycle Same as #1 anti-recycle description. #2 Oil Level Switch Same as #1 Oil Level Switch description. #3 Auxiliary Contact Same as #1 Auxiliary Contact description. #3 Anti-recycle Same as #1 anti-recycle description. #3 Oil Level Switch Same as #1 Oil Level Switch description.

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MOTOR SETPOINTS #1
Delay

High Amps Shtdwn #1: 10.0A High Amps Alarm #1: 45.2% 8.0A Low Amps Alarm #1: Low Amps Shtdwn #1 CT Range #1 Low Amps Byp. On: Low Amps Byp. Off:
MOTOR STPT2 MOTOR STPT3

5 Sec Delay 5 Sec 5 Sec 5 Sec 5 Sec 5 Sec


MAIN

2.0A 1.0A 0-10A 3.0A 3.5A


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Motor Set-points #1 Screen: Motor safeties are set on this screen. High Amps Shutdown #1 (Password protected) If the motor current exceeds this set-point for the time delay, the pump will be shut down and an alarm issued. High Amps Alarm #1 If the motor current exceeds this set-point for the time delay, the pump will continue to run, but an alarm issued. Low Amps Alarm #1 If the motor current drops below this set-point for the time delay, the pump will continue to run, but an alarm issued. Low Amps Shutdown #1 (Password protected) If the motor current drops below this set-point for the time delay, the pump will be shut down and an alarm issued. CT Range #1 - (Password protected) Indicates the range of the motor amps of the (CT) current transformer. CT ranges are: o 0-10 Amps, 0-30 Amps, 0-50 Amps, 0-70 Amps. Low Amps Bypass On - (Password protected) When the motor amps drop below this set-point, the pump bypass solenoid is opened. If there are multiple pumps running, any pump motor that is below its Low Amps Bypass On set-point, will energize the pump bypass solenoid. Low Amps Bypass Off - (Password protected) When the motor amps rise above this set-point, the pump bypass solenoid is closed. If there are multiple pumps running, all pump motors must be above their Low Amps Bypass Off set-point, in order to de-energize the pump bypass solenoid.

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MOTOR SETPOINTS #2
High Amps Shtdwn #2: High Amps Alarm #2: Low Amps Alarm #2: Low Amps Shtdwn #2: CT Range #2: 10.0A 8.0A 2.0A 1.0A 0-10A 5 Sec 5 Sec 5 Sec 5 Sec

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Motor Set-points #2 Screen: High Amps Shutdown #2 (Password protected) Same as High Amps Shutdown #1 description. High Amps Alarm #2 Same as High Amps Alarm #1 description. Low Amps Alarm #2 Same as Low Amps Alarm #1 description. Low Amps Shutdown #2 (Password protected) Same as Low Amps Shutdown #1 description. CT Range #2 - (Password protected) Same as CT Range #1 description.

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MOTOR SETPOINTS #3
High Amps Shtdwn #3: 10.0A High Amps Alarm #3: 45.2% 8.0A Low Amps Alarm #3: 2.0A Low Amps Shtdwn #3: 1.0A CT Range #3: 0-10A 5 Sec 5 Sec 5 Sec 5 Sec

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Motor Set-points #3 Screen: High Amps Shutdown #3 (Password protected) Same as High Amps Shutdown #1 description. High Amps Alarm #3 Same as High Amps Alarm #1 description. Low Amps Alarm #3 Same as Low Amps Alarm #1 description. Low Amps Shutdown #3 (Password protected) Same as Low Amps Shutdown #1 description. CT Range #3 - (Password protected) Same as CT Range #1 description.

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MISCELLANEOUS SETPOINTS
Alarm Horn Delay: Power Fail Restrt: Power Restrt Delay: 5 Sec Stay Off 60 Min

DATE TIME

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Miscellaneous Set-points Screen: Alarm Horn Delay When an alarm occurs, this set-point delays the alarm horn output for the amount of time entered. Power Fail Restart - After a power failure, the restart mode can be selected. (Stay off, always restart, or only if within the time limit). The time limit is defined as the Power Restart Delay set-point. If the power has been off for less than the Power Restart Delay set-point, then the pumps are re-started. If the power has been off for longer than the Power Restart Delay set-point, then the pumps are locked off. Power Restart Delay - The maximum amount of time the power can be off and allow a restart after power failure.

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DATE/TIME SETUP SCREEN


Month: Day: Year: Hour: Minute: Second: 4 28 2006 3 AM 15 0

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MAIN

Date/Time Setup Screen: This screen allows the correction of the date and time.

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MAIN
LEVEL 45 100 80 60 40 20 0

OFF KEYPAD

PUMPS
#1-Off Auto #2-Off Auto #3-Off Auto

DIFF PRES
42.8D ALARM COMM-S

VALVES
#1-0% Auto #2-0% Auto
TREND SCRN CALIB. SCRN

SYSTEM SETUP

VERSN INFO

BACK

Additional Screens: By pressing the More soft key, the soft keys are re-written to indicate the additional screens that can be accessed by the operator.

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MIN. TREND SCREEN #1

Scroll

05/03/2006 10:59:27 PM 45.2% Avg High Low 45.2% Lev. Probe: 40.8% 40.6% 40.7% 45.2% Ves. Pres: 20.9G 20.7G 20.8G Disch Pres: Pmp #1 Amps: Pmp #2 Amps:
SCRN#2 TREND REFRSH DATA

45.2% 51.1G 50.9G 45.2% 5.6A 5.6A 45.2% 5.5A 5.5A 45.2%
HOURLY TREND

51.0G 5.6A 5.5A


MAIN

Minute Trend Screen #1: The Minute Trend Screen shows the High, Low and Average of the first five analog data values in minutes for up to 60 minutes. The Refresh Data key prompts the controller to start a new recording starting at the time of the key press.

The Scroll indicator prompts the operator to press the up/down arrows to view additional data.

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MIN. TREND SCREEN #2

Scroll

05/03/2006 10:59:27 PM 45.2% Avg High Low Pmp #3 Amps: 5.3A45.2% 5.3A 5.3A 45.2% Mtr Val #1: 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Mtr Val #2: 45.2% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 45.2%

REFRSH DATA

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Minute Trend Screen #2: The Minute Trend Screen shows the High, Low and Average of the last three analog data values, in minutes, for up to 60 minutes. The Refresh Data key prompts the controller to start a new recording starting at the time of the key press.

The Scroll indicator prompts the operator to press the up/down arrows to view additional data.

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HOUR TREND SCREEN #1

Scroll

05/03/2006 10:59:27 PM 45.2% Avg High Low 45.2% Lev. Probe: 40.8% 40.6% 40.7% 45.2% Ves. Pres: 20.9G 20.7G 20.8G Disch Pres: Pmp #1 Amps: Pmp #2 Amps:
SCRN#2 TREND

45.2% 51.1G 50.9G 45.2% 5.6A 5.6A 45.2% 5.5A 5.5A 45.2%
BACK

51.0G 5.6A 5.5A


MAIN

Hour Trend Screen #1: The Hour Trend Screen shows the hourly High, Low and Average of the first five analog data values every hour for 24 hours X 7 days.

The Scroll indicator prompts the operator to press the up/down arrows to view additional data.

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HOUR TREND SCREEN #2

Scroll

05/03/2006 10:59:27 PM 45.2% Avg High Low Pmp #3 Amps: 5.3A45.2% 5.3A 5.3A 45.2% Mtr Val #1: 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Mtr Val #2: 45.2% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 45.2%

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Hour Trend Screen #2: The Hour Trend Screen shows the High, Low and Average of the last three analog data values for three hours.

The Scroll indicator prompts the operator to press the up/down arrows to view additional data.

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CALIBRATION SCREEN
Level Probe Adjust: Vessel Pres Adjust: Vessel Temp Adjust: Motor 1 Amps Adjust: Motor 2 Amps Adjust: Motor 3 Amps Adjust:
ANALOG OUT

41.1% 45.2% 21.2G 53.6G 7.0F 6.6A 5.8A 5.9A

0% 0G 0G 0F 0.0 A 0.0 A 0.0 A


MAIN

Pump Disch Pres Adjust:

Calibration Screen: (Password protected) The 7 analog input channels can be calibrated by pressing the up/down arrows to add or subtract a correction factor.

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ANALOG OUT CALIBRATION


Analog Output #1 Zero: Span: 0.00 0.00

OUTPUT #2

OUTPUT #3

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Analog Out Calibration Screen: (Password protected) The 3 analog output channels can be calibrated by pressing the up/down arrows to add or subtract a correction factor. To calibrate an analog output, a digital meter must be set to the milliamps range and connected to the analog output channel. When the cursor is on the Zero setting, the controller is outputting 4 milliamps. If the meter disagrees, press the up or down arrows until the meter reads exactly 4.0 milliamps. Press the Enter button and the controller will store the correction factor. With the cursor on the Span setting, the controller is outputting 20 milliamps. If the meter disagrees, press the up or down arrows until the meter reads exactly 20.0 milliamps. Press the Enter button and the controller will store the correction factor. Repeat this procedure for all three analog output channels.

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ANALOG OUT CALIBRATION


Analog Output #2 Zero: Span: 0.00 0.00

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Analog Out Calibration Screen: (Password protected) The 3 analog output channels can be calibrated by pressing the up/down arrows to add or subtract a correction factor. To calibrate an analog output, a digital meter must be set to the milliamps range and connected to the analog output channel. When the cursor is on the Zero setting, the controller is outputting 4 milliamps. If the meter disagrees, press the up or down arrows until the meter reads exactly 4.0 milliamps. Press the Enter button and the controller will store the correction factor. With the cursor on the Span setting, the controller is outputting 20 milliamps. If the meter disagrees, press the up or down arrows until the meter reads exactly 20.0 milliamps. Press the Enter button and the controller will store the correction factor. Repeat this procedure for all three analog output channels.

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ANALOG OUT CALIBRATION


Analog Output #3 Zero: Span: 0.00 0.00

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Analog Out Calibration Screen: (Password protected) The 3 analog output channels can be calibrated by pressing the up/down arrows to add or subtract a correction factor. To calibrate an analog output, a digital meter must be set to the milliamps range and connected to the analog output channel. When the cursor is on the Zero setting, the controller is outputting 4 milliamps. If the meter disagrees, press the up or down arrows until the meter reads exactly 4.0 milliamps. Press the Enter button and the controller will store the correction factor. With the cursor on the Span setting, the controller is outputting 20 milliamps. If the meter disagrees, press the up or down arrows until the meter reads exactly 20.0 milliamps. Press the Enter button and the controller will store the correction factor. Repeat this procedure for all three analog output channels.

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ACCESS RESTRICTED

Security Code:

0000

MAIN

Security Code Entry Screen: When the operator attempts to change a set-point that is password protected or to enter the system Set-up screens, this screen will appear. The proper password must be entered, pressing the enter key after each digit. The value of each digit is changed by pressing the up/down arrows.

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SYSTEM SETUP SCREEN


# Of Pumps: Type Of Pumps: Vessel Lev Input Type: Liq Feed Valve Type: # Of Liq Feed Valves: Liquid Transfer: 45.2%
SYSTEM STPTS SERV SCRN SCRN STPTS

3 Cornell Probe Motorized 2 Disabled

MORE

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System Set-up Screen: (Password protected) System Set-up screens configure the software to match the equipment supplied with the recirculator vessel. Pump type, liquid feed type, level sensing device, etc. are configured in these screens. # Of Pumps: 1,2,3 Type Of Pumps: Cornell, Other Vessel Level Input Type: Probe, Floats Liquid Feed Valve Type: Motorized, Solenoid # Of Liquid feed Valves: 1,2 Liquid Transfer Pump Enabled, Disabled The following rules apply: If three pumps are selected, a liquid transfer pump cannot be selected. If a liquid transfer pump is selected, only 2 pumps can be selected. If floats are selected for vessel level input, Liquid transfer selection is disabled. If floats are selected for vessel level input, only two pumps can be selected.

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SYSTEM SETUP SCREEN #2


Remote Reset Input: Vessel Temperature: Startup Screen: Analog Output Board: Pump Auto Re-Start: Pump Ramp Start: Pump Ramp Start Delay: Analog Dampening:
COMM STPTS

Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled 10 Sec 90


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System Set-up Screen #2: Remote Reset Input An input module can be added to the digital I/O board that will allow a remote pushbutton or PLC system to reset the panel remotely. This feature is enabled/disabled on this screen. Vessel Temperature Vessel temperature can be measured by adding a temperature probe and well to the vessel. This feature is enabled/disabled on this screen. Startup Screen If a startup mode is required for applications such as spiral freezers where the level is reset to a higher level for start-up. This feature is enabled/disabled on this screen. Analog Output Board (Password Protected) If the controller does not require analog outputs, it can be disabled so that the controller is not looking for it in the software. Pump Auto Re-Start Determines if a pump will automatically restart after pump cavitation or remain off. Pump Ramp Start Selects between standard motor starter and soft starter. Pump Ramp Start Delay If a soft starter is supplied, this set-point holds-off detection of the motor starter auxiliary and the minimum motor amps until the motor is fully up to speed. Analog Dampening Selects a dampening factor for all the analog inputs. Sometimes required for vessels that have rapidly changing analog values.

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COMMUNICATIONS SETUP
Slave Address: IP Address: Subnet Mask: Baud Rate: Data Bits: Parity: Stop Bits: 1 192.168. 0. 20 255.255. 0. 19200 8 Even 2
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Communications Set-up Screen: Ethernet Settings: Slave Address The slave address is the same as a unit ID number. If there are multiple devices on the serial or Ethernet network, this entry identifies which unit the master is communicating to. IP Address Internet Protocol address is entered here. Subnet Mask Internet Protocol subnet mask address is entered here. Serial Port settings: Baud Rate Selects the data transfer rate. o 2400 o 4800 o 9600 o 19200 Data bits Selects the number of data bits. o 7 o 8 Parity Error checking based on parity. o Even o Odd o None Stop Bits Number of stop bits. o 1 o 2

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DIGITAL INPUT STATUS


High Level Float: Remote Enable: Remote Reset: Pump #1 Aux: Pump #1 Oil Level: Pump #2 Aux: Pump #2 Oil Level: Pump #3 Aux:
DIG OUT ANALOG IN ANALOG OUT

Scroll

ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF


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Digital Input Status Screen: This screen allows the service person to view the status of the digital inputs as seen by the microprocessor. An input that is not operating can be quickly diagnosed using this screen High Level Float: On, Off Remote Enable: On, Off Remote Reset: On, Off Pump #1 Auxiliary: On, Off Pump #1 Oil level: On, Off Pump #2 Auxiliary: On, Off Pump #2 Oil level: On, Off Pump #3 Auxiliary: On, Off Pump #3 Oil level: On, Off The Scroll indicator prompts the operator to press the up/down arrows to view additional data.

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DIGITAL OUTPUT STATUS


Liquid Feed Solenoid #1: Liquid Feed Solenoid #2: Pump Bypass Solenoid: Alarm: Pump #1 Start/Stop: Pump #2 Start/Stop: Pump #3 Start/Stop: ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON

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MAIN

Digital Output Status Screen: This screen allows the service person to view the status of the digital outputs as seen by the microprocessor. An output that is not operating can be quickly diagnosed using this screen Liquid Feed Solenoid #1: On, Off Liquid Feed Solenoid #2: On, Off Pump Bypass Solenoid: On, Off Alarm: On, Off Pump #1 Start/Stop: On, Off Pump #2 Start/Stop: On, Off Pump #3 Start/Stop: On, Off

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ANALOG INPUT STATUS


Level Probe: Sec Vessel Pres: Pump Disch Pres: Vessel Temp: Pump #1 Amps: Pump #2 Amps: Pump #3 Amps: 46.3% 45.2% 33.0G 75.8G -25.6F 12.2A 9.3A 7.6A
BACK

2.85 V 1.95 V 2.81 V 2.56 V 3.62 V 2.98 V 2.43 V


MAIN

Analog Input Status Screen: This screen allows the service person to view the status of the analog inputs as seen by the microprocessor. The sensor value and output voltage is indicated to help in diagnosing problems.

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ANALOG OUTPUT STATUS


Motor Liq Feed Valve #1: Motor Liq Feed Valve #2: Vessel Level Signal: 6.3 mA 4.9 mA 14.2 mA

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MAIN

Analog Output Status Screen: This screen allows the service person to view the status of the analog outputs as seen by the microprocessor. The output current is indicated to help in diagnosing problems.

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SCREEN SAVER SETUP


Screen Saver: 45.2% Screen Saver Delay: Bck Lght Delay (0=Dis.): Screen Contrast: 45.2% Enabled 60 Sec 300 Sec 24

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MAIN

Screen Saver Setup Screen: Screen Saver Enables/disables the screen saver, which is displayed as the RVS logo. If the screen saver is enabled, it will revert to the RVS logo after the screen saver time delay has timed out. If disabled, the last screen viewed will stay active. Screen Saver Delay Starts timing from the last key entry. If there has been no keypad activity for the delay period, the screen will revert to the RVS logo. Back Light Delay (o=Disable) The display backlight can be turned off after the delay period. The delay period starts after the last key entry. When the time delay times out, the display light is turned off. If 0 is entered, the display back light remains on continuously. Screen Contrast The screen contrast can be adjusted for better viewing. By pressing the up/down arrows, the screen contrast can be changed. o Screen contrast set to zero = very light text. o Screen contrast set to 15-25 = best viewability o Screen contrast set to 31 = very dark background.

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SECURITY CODE SETUP

Security: Enabled Security Code: 0000 Service Set-up Mode:

Enabled

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Security Code Setup Screen: Security Allows security to be enabled / disabled. When security is enabled, critical set-points and access to system setup require a password in order to change them. It is highly recommended that security is enabled. Security Code The password can be changed with this setting. The enter key must be pressed with each entry. The digits are changed by pressing the up/down arrows. Be sure to record the new password and store it in a safe place. Lost password Contact the factory for instructions to reset the security code password. Service Set-up Mode The panel will cancel access to critical set-points and system set-up after 30 minutes and require re-entry of the password. To leave the panel in a protected mode, this set-point can be toggled to disabled which cancels the 30 minute timer.

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INITIALIZE SETPOINTS

Initialize Setpoints: NO

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Initialize Set-points Screen: Returns all set-points to factory default. Yes/NO

CAUTION!!!:

SELECTING YES WILL CAUSE ALL CURRENT SETTINGS TO BE LOST.

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PUMP RUN HOURS SCREEN


Pump 1 Run Hours: Pump 2 Run Hours: Pump 3 Run Hours: 45.2% 000000 000000 000000

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MAIN

Pump Run Hours Screen: If a microprocessor board is replaced, the run hours can be corrected with this screen.

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PROGRAM VERSION INFO

Program Version: Release Date:

VER 1.69 45.2% Apr. 28, 2006

MAIN

Program Version Information Screen: Indicated the current software program version and release date. Be sure and record this information when requesting assistance from the Service Department.

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SET-POINT TABLE
Screen
Mode Mode Mode Mode Mode Mode Startup Set-up Startup Set-up Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Level Set-points #1 Pump Set-points #1 Pump Set-points #1 Pump Set-points #1 Pump Set-points #1 Pump Set-points #1 Pump Set-points #1 Pump Set-points #2 Pump Set-points #2 Pump Set-points #2 Pump Set-points #2 Pump Set-points #2

Set-point Description
Micro Start Mode Pump #1 Mode Pump #2 Mode Pump #3Mode Liquid Feed #1 Mode Liquid Feed #2 Mode Level Control Set-point Adjust Startup Time High Level Shutdown High Level Shutdown Delay High Level Alarm High Level Alarm Delay Low Level Alarm Low Level Alarm Delay Low Level Shutdown Low Level Shutdown Delay Level Control Set-point #1 Dead Band #1 Proportional #1 Integral #1 Derivative #1 Solenoid Off Diff #1 Solenoid Off Delay #1 Level Control Set-point #2 Dead Band #2 Proportional #2 Integral #2 Derivative #2 Solenoid Off Diff #2 Solenoid Off Delay #2 Liquid Transfer On Liquid Transfer On Delay Liquid Transfer Off Liquid Transfer Off Delay Level Control Float #1 Level Control Float #2 Low Diff Press Pump Stop Low Diff Press Pump Stop Delay Pump Cavitation Off Time #1 Auxiliary Contact #1 Anti-recycle #1 Oil Level Switch Standby Pump #2 Auxiliary Contact #2 Anti-recycle #2 Oil Level Switch #3 Auxiliary Contact

Setting
Normal/Startup On/Off/Auto On/Off/Auto On/Off/Auto On/Off/Auto/ Manual On/Off/Auto/ Manual 10% 30 Min 80% 5 Sec 60% 5 Sec 30% 5 Sec 10% 5 Sec 40% 1% 25 5 1 5% 5 Sec 50% 1% 25 5 1 5% 5 Sec 70% 5 Sec 65% 5 Sec 5 Sec 5 Sec 25 Psi 5 Sec 3 Min 5 Sec 20 Sec 5 Sec 2 5 Sec 20 Sec 5 Sec 5 Sec

Range

X X X

0-50% 1-120 Min 50-100% 0-10 Sec 50-100% 0-10 Sec 0-50% 0-10 Sec 0-50% 0-10 Sec 0-100% 0-5% 0-256 0-256 0-99 1-100% 0-10 Sec 0-100% 0-5% 0-256 0-256 0-99 1-100% 0-10 Sec 50-100% 0-10 Sec 50-100% 0-10 Sec 0-10 Sec 0-10 Sec 0-200Psi 0-10 Sec 0-10 Min 0-10 Sec 0-120 Sec 0-10 Sec 1,2,3 0-10 Sec 0-120 Sec 0-10 Sec 0-10 Sec

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Pump Set-points #2 Pump Set-points #2 Motor Set-points #1 Motor Set-points #1 Motor Set-points #1 Motor Set-points #1 Motor Set-points #1 Motor Set-points #1 Motor Set-points #1 Motor Set-points #1 Motor Set-points #1 Motor Set-points #1 Motor Set-points #1 Motor Set-points #1 Motor Set-points #1 Motor Set-points #2 Motor Set-points #2 Motor Set-points #2 Motor Set-points #2 Motor Set-points #2 Motor Set-points #2 Motor Set-points #2 Motor Set-points #2 Motor Set-points #2 Motor Set-points #3 Motor Set-points #3 Motor Set-points #3 Motor Set-points #3 Motor Set-points #3 Motor Set-points #3 Motor Set-points #3 Motor Set-points #3 Motor Set-points #3 Miscellaneous Set-points Miscellaneous Set-points

#3 Anti-recycle #3 Oil Level Switch High Amps Shutdown #1 High Amps Shutdown #1 Delay High Amps Alarm #1 High Amps Alarm #1 Delay Low Amps Alarm #1 Low Amps Alarm #1 Delay Low Amps Shutdown #1 Low Amps Shutdown #1 Delay CT Range #1 Low Amps Bypass On Low Amps Bypass On Delay Low Amps Bypass Off Low Amps Bypass Off Delay High Amps Shutdown #2 High Amps Shutdown #2 Delay High Amps Alarm #2 High Amps Alarm #2 Delay Low Amps Alarm #2 Low Amps Alarm #1 Delay Low Amps Shutdown #2 Low Amps Shutdown #2 Delay CT Range #2 High Amps Shutdown #3 High Amps Shutdown #3 Delay High Amps Alarm #3 High Amps Alarm #3 Delay Low Amps Alarm #3 Low Amps Alarm #3 Delay Low Amps Shutdown #3 Low Amps Shutdown #3 Delay CT Range #3 Alarm Horn Delay Power Fail Restart

20 Sec 5 Sec X X 5 Sec 5 Sec 5 Sec X X X X X X X X X 5 Sec

5 Sec 5 Sec 5 Sec 5 Sec 5 Sec

X X X X X

5 Sec

5 Sec 5 Sec 5 Sec

X X X

5 Sec

5 Sec

Miscellaneous Set-points Miscellaneous Set-points System Set-up System Set-up System Set-up System Set-up System Set-up System Set-up

Power Restart Delay Date/Time Setup # Of Pumps Type Of Pumps Vessel Level Input Type Liquid Feed Valve Type # Of Liquid Feed Valves Liquid Transfer

60 Min X X X X X X 2 Other Probe Motorized 1 Disabled

0-120 Sec 0-10 Sec 0-100 A 0-10 Sec 0-100 A 0-10 Sec 0-100 A 0-10 Sec 0-100 A 0-10 Sec 10A, 30A, 50A,70A 0-100 A 0-10 Sec 0-100 A 0-10 Sec 0-100 A 0-10 Sec 0-100 A 0-10 Sec 0-100 A 0-10 Sec 0-100 A 0-10 Sec 10A, 30A, 50A,70A 0-100 A 0-10 Sec 0-100 A 0-10 Sec 0-100 A 0-10 Sec 0-100 A 0-10 Sec 10A, 30A, 50A,70A 0-10 Sec Stay off, Always, Time limit 0-240 Min 1,2,3 Other, Cornell Probe, Float Motorized, Solenoid 1,2 Enabled, Disabled Enabled,

System Set-up #2

Remote Reset Input

Disabled

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System Set-up #2 System Set-up #2 System Set-up #2 System Set-up #2 System Set-up #2 System Set-up #2 System Set-up #2 Communications Communications

Vessel Temperature Startup Screen Analog Output Board Pump Auto Re-Start Pump Ramp Start Pump Ramp Start Delay Analog Dampening Ethernet Settings Baud Rate

X X X X X X X

Disabled Disabled Enabled Enabled Disabled 10 Sec 50

Disabled Enabled, Disabled Enabled, Disabled Enabled, Disabled Enabled, Disabled Enabled, Disabled 0-180 Sec.
40-99 Slave Address IP Address Subnet Mask

19200

Communications Communications

Data Bits Parity

8 None

Communications Screen Saver Setup Screen Saver Setup Screen Saver Setup Screen Saver Setup Security Code Setup Security Code Setup Security Code Setup

Stop Bits Screen Saver Screen Saver Delay Back Light Delay Screen contrast Security Security Code Service Setup Mode

X X X X X X X

1 Disabled 60 Sec 0 26 Enabled

Disabled

2400 4800 9600 19200 7,8 Even Odd None 1,2 Enabled, Disabled 0-240 Sec 0-300 Sec 0-31 Enabled, Disabled 0-9999 Enabled, Disabled

NOTE: X indicates password protected set-points

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JUMPER TABLES:
ANALOG I/O BOARD
Analog Input Ch #1 Vessel Level X 0-5 V 4-20 mA ICTD 0-5 V 4-20 mA ICTD 0-5 V 4-20 mA ICTD 0-5 V 4-20 mA ICTD 0-10 A 0-30 A 0-50 A 0-70 A 0-10 A 0-30 A 0-50 A 0-70 A 0-10 A 0-30 A 0-50 A 0-70 A JP1 - Out JP1 - In JP1 - Out JP4 - Out JP4 - In JP4 - Out JP6 - Out JP6 - In JP6 - Out JP8 - Out JP8 - In JP8 - Out JP10 - Out JP10 - In JP10 - Out JP10 - Out JP13 - Out JP13 - In JP13 - Out JP13 - Out JP16 - Out JP16 - In JP16 - Out JP16 - Out JP2 - Out JP2 - Out JP2 - In JP5 - Out JP5 - Out JP5 - In JP7 - Out JP7- Out JP7 - In JP9 - Out JP9 - Out JP9 - In JP11 - Out JP11 - Out JP11 - In JP11 - Out JP14 - Out JP14 - Out JP14 - In JP14 - Out JP17 - Out JP17 - Out JP17 - In JP17 - Out JP12 - Out JP12 - Out JP12 - Out JP12 - In JP15 - Out JP15 - Out JP15 - Out JP15 - In JP18 - Out JP18 - Out JP18 - Out JP18 - In JP3 - Out JP3 - Out JP3 - Out

Analog Input

Ch #2

Vessel Pressure

Analog Input

Ch #3

Pump Disch Press

Analog Input

Ch #4 Vessel Temp X

Analog Input

Ch #5

Pump #1 Amps

Analog Input

Ch #6

Pump #2 Amps

Analog Input

Ch #7

Pump #3 Amps

Analog Input Analog Output Analog Output Analog Output Analog Output

Ch #8 Ch #1 Ch #2 Ch #3 Ch #4

Not Used Liquid Valve #1 Liquid Valve #2 Level Signal Not Used X X 4-20 mA 4-20 mA 4-20 mA JP22 (1-2) JP24 (1-2) JP23 (1-2) JP25 (1-2)

NOTE: X indicates recommended jumper settings

JUMPER TABLES:

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Display Interface Board X JP2 (1-2) GPO Display Optrex Display JP2 (2-3) Display frame to DC ground JP1 - In NOTE: X indicates recommended jumper settings

JP3 (1-3) JP3 (2-3)

CPU Board X J7 Not Installed X J8 Not Installed X JP10 (1-2) (4-6) NOTE: X indicates recommended jumper settings

RS-485 Termination

HARDWARE SPECIFICATIONS INPUT POWER o 105 125 VAC o 185 250 VAC

47 63 Hz 47 63 Hz

* Standard *Optional (Contact factory)

DC OUTPUT POWER o 5 VDC @ 2A (10 Watts) o 24 VDC @ 1A (24 Watts) ENVIRONMENTAL o Operating temperature o Storage temperature o Humidity (non condensing) o Vibration o Shock o RFI Immunity o EMI Immunity DISPLAY o Dot format o Display mode o Backlight o Brightness

-4F to 131F (-20C to 55C) -13F to 140F (-25C to 60C) 0% to 95% 2.0gs (19.61m/s2) 100gs (980m/s2) 15v/m (15MHz to 1.5gHz) Complies with CE EMC directive

320 x 240 VGA FSTN, Positive, Transflective Green LED 28 cd/m2

KEYPAD o Material o Switches

Polycarbonate Stainless steel snap domes

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CERTIFICATIONS o UL 508A o cUL STAND-ALONE PANEL o Dimensions o Weight o Design o Material o Finish INTEGRATED STARTER PANEL o Dimensions o Weight o Design o Material o Finish INPUT/OUTPUT MODULES o 120 VAC Input o 230 VAC Input (optional) o Output o *note, 230 VAC control is an option.

17x15x7 (35.6x40.6x20.3 cm) NEMA 4X Fiberglass RVS blue paint

30x30x8 (76.2x76.2x20.3 cm) NEMA 4 Painted steel RVS blue paint

IACM5 IACM5A OACM5

(90 140 VAC) (180 280 VAC) (24 280 VAC)

DIGITAL I/O (With analog o 0 Output o 1 Output o 2 Output o 3 Output o 4 Output o 5 Output o 6 Output o 7 Input o 8 Input o 9 Input o 10 Input o 11 Input o 12 Input o 13 Input o 14 Input o 15 Input

level probe for measuring vessel level)


Liquid feed solenoid #1 Liquid feed solenoid #2 Pump bypass solenoid Alarm Pump #1 start/stop Pump #2 start/stop Pump #3 start/stop High Level float switch Remote enable Remote reset Pump #1 motor starter Aux Pump #1 oil level switch Pump #2 motor starter Aux Pump #2 oil level switch Pump #3 motor starter Aux Pump #3 oil level switch

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DIGITAL I/O (With float switches for measuring vessel level) o 0 Output Liquid feed solenoid #1 o 1 Output Liquid feed solenoid #2 o 2 Output Pump bypass solenoid o 3 Output Alarm o 4 Output Pump #1 start/stop o 5 Output Pump #2 start/stop o 6 Input Level control float switch #2 o 7 Input High level float switch o 8 Input Remote Enable o 9 Input Remote reset o 10 Input Pump #1 motor starter Aux o 11 Input Pump #1 oil level switch o 12 Input Pump #2 motor starter Aux o 13 Input Pump #1 oil level switch o 14 Input Level control float switch #1 o 15 Input Low level float switch

ANALOG INPUTS o 1 o 2 o 3 o 4 o 5 o 6 o 7 o 8 ANALOG OUTPUTS o 1 4-20mA o 2 4-20mA o 3 4-20mA o 4 o 5 o 6 o 7 o 8 SENSORS o Pressure o Material o Over pressure o Burst pressure o Technology o Range

Level probe Vessel pressure Pump discharge pressure Vessel temperature Pump #1 motor amps Pump #2 motor amps Pump #3 motor amps Not used

Motorized liquid feed valve #1 Motorized liquid feed valve #2 Liquid level to system Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used

100% stainless steel welded parts 2X Range 5X Range Signal-conditioned silicon strain gauge 0-200 PSIA (29.9hg to 185.7 PSI)

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o o o o

Output Accuracy Excitation voltage Temperature range

1-5 VDC or 4-20 mA +/- 1% of span 9-30 VDC -67F to 221F (-55C to 105C)

o Temperature o Technology o Range o Output o Accuracy o Excitation voltage o Level o Technology o Range o Output o Accuracy o Excitation voltage o Temperature range o Motor current o Technology o Range o Output o Accuracy o Temperature range

ICTD -67F to 302F (-55C to 150C) 1uA/Kelvin +/- 2C over range 4 to 30 VDC

Capacitance probe 20 to 168 @9 sizes (50.8 to 426.7 cm) 4-20 mA +/- 1% of full scale 24 VAC or VDC -76F to 212F (-60C to 100C) Current transformer 0-10, 0-30, 0-50 Amps 1000:1 +/- 2% -76F to 212F (-60C to 100C)

COMMUNICATIONS o Serial port #1 o Type o Protocol o Baud rate o High speed Port #1 o Type o Protocol o Data rate

RS-485 MODBUS RTU 9.6K to 115K baud Ethernet MODBUS Ethernet 10mb/s

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N.C. N.C.

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ANALOG I/O BOARD


C - N HA O N T N C US EL H LI A E # Q N D 4 U N ID C L EL M HA EV #3 O N E TO N L C RIZEL SIG M HA E #2 N O N D AL TO N L R EL IQ. IZ # F ED 1 E ED LI Q VA .F LV EE E D VA LV E

ANALOG OUTPUTS

ANALOG INPUTS
+24VDC GND +5VDC CHANNEL #7 PUMP #3 MOTER AMPS CHANNEL #8 -NOT USED-

CHANNEL #6 PUMP #2 MOTOR AMPS CHANNEL #5 PUMP #1 MOTOR AMPS

ANALOG OUTPUT BOARD (PIGGYBACK)

CHANNEL #4 VESSEL TEMPERATURE CHANNEL #3 PUMP DISCHARGE PRESS.

CHANNEL #2 VESSEL PRESSURE CHANNEL #1 VESSEL LEVEL

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OUTPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT INPUT

INPUT INPUT INPUT INPUT INPUT INPUT INPUT INPUT

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ANALOG OUTPUT BOARD (PIGGYBACK)

DC POWER SUPPLY

OUTPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT INPUT

INPUT INPUT INPUT INPUT INPUT INPUT INPUT INPUT

LOAD RATING VOLTS XXXX HP XXXX

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LIQUID FEED SOLENOID #1 LIQUID FEED SOLENOID #2

PUMP #1 AUX PUMP #1 OIL LEVEL (AS REQ. FOR CORNELL PUMPS) PUMP #2 AUX PUMP #2 OIL LEVEL (AS REQ. FOR CORNELL PUMPS) PUMP #3 AUX PUMP #3 OIL LEVEL (AS REQ. FOR CORNELL PUMPS) VARISTOR OR SURGE SUPPRESSION DEVICE. (NOT SUPPLIED BY MANUFACTURER)

PUMP BYPASS SOLENOID

ALARM

PUMP #1 START PUMP #2 START PUMP #3 START

LOW LEVEL PUMP STOP OPTION HIGH LEVEL FLOAT SWITCH

CORNEL PUMP #1 HEATER (AS REQ. FOR CORNELL PUMPS) CORNEL PUMP #2 HEATER (AS REQ. FOR CORNELL PUMPS) CORNEL PUMP #3 HEATER (AS REQ. FOR CORNELL PUMPS)

REMOTE ENABLE

REMOTE RESET

PANEL HEATER

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CHANNEL #8 UNUSED

CHANNEL #4 UNUSED

CHANNEL #7 PUMP #3 MOTOR AMPS

CHANNEL #3 LIQUID LEVEL SIGNAL

CHANNEL #6 PUMP #2 MOTOR AMPS

CHANNEL #2 MOTORIZED LIQUID FEED VALVE #2

CHANNEL #5 PUMP #1 MOTOR AMPS CHANNEL #1 MOTORIZED LIQUID FEED VALVE #1

CHANNEL #4 VESSEL TEMPERATURE

CHANNEL #3 PUMP DISCHARGE PRESSURE

CHANNEL #2 VESSEL PRESSURE

RS-232/RS-485 CONVERTER TERMS DB-9

MATRIX CPU J10

CHANNEL #1 VESSEL LEVEL


RS-485 COMM DEVICE (BY CUSTOMER)

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MATRIX MICROPROCESSOR CONTROL COMMUNICATIONS ADDENDUM

10-23-06 REV-1.5

INDEX

Introduction. 3 Display Screen.. 4 Digital I/O .. 5 Analog I/O .... 6 Status7 Clock Set-points.. 7 Set-points.. 8 Jumper table.. 12 Drawings... 13

INTRODUCTION

The RVS Matrix Microprocessor Control utilizes two communications formats, based on Modbus protocol, to interface to supervisory control systems. The physical interfaces are RS-485 and Ethernet. The RS485 interface utilizes Modbus RTU and the Ethernet interface utilizes Modbus IP. The following pages will describe the communications functionality and the code sets related to the data and set-points within the Matrix Micro.

COMMUNICATIONS SETUP
Slave Address: IP Address: Subnet Mask: Baud Rate: Data Bits: Parity: Stop Bits: 1 192.168. 0. 20 255.255. 0. 19200 8 Even 2
BACK MAIN

Communications Set-up Screen: Ethernet Settings: Slave Address The slave address is the same as a unit ID number. If there are multiple devices on the serial or Ethernet network, this entry identifies which unit the master is communicating to. IP Address Internet Protocol address is entered here. Subnet Mask Internet Protocol subnet mask address is entered here. Serial Port settings: Baud Rate Selects the data transfer rate. o 2400 o 4800 o 9600 o 19200 Data bits Selects the number of data bits. o 7 o 8 Parity Error checking based on parity. o Even o Odd o None Stop Bits Number of stop bits. o 1 o 2

DIGITAL I/O (Read Only)


MODBUS ADDRESS
43001 43002 43003 43004 43005 43006 43007 43008 43009 43010 43011 43012 43013 43014 43015 43016 43017 43018 43019 43020 43021 43022 43023 43024 43025 43026 43027

WITH LEVEL PROBE DESCRIPTION MODULE TYPE


Liquid feed solenoid #1 Liquid feed solenoid #2 Pump bypass solenoid Alarm Pump #1 start/stop Pump #2 start/stop Pump #3 start/stop High level float switch Remote enable Remote reset Pump #1 motor starter Aux Pump #1 oil level switch Pump #2 motor starter Aux Pump #2 oil level switch Pump #3 motor starter Aux Pump #3 oil level switch Future Future Future Future Future Future Future Future Future Future Future Output Output Output Output Output Output Output Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Output

WITH FLOAT SWITCHES MODULE MODULE TYPE TYPE


Liquid feed solenoid #1 Liquid feed solenoid #2 Pump bypass solenoid Alarm Pump #1 start/stop Pump #2 start/stop Level control float switch #2 High level float switch Remote enable Remote reset Pump #1 motor starter Aux Pump #1 oil level switch Pump #2 motor starter Aux Pump #2 oil level switch Level control float switch #1 Low level float switch Future Future Future Future Future Future Future Future Future Future Future Output Output Output Output Output Output Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Output Output

VALUE
0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On 0 = Off 1 = On

ANALOG I/O (Read Only)


MODBUS ADDRESS DESCRIPTION TYPE VALUE RANGE

43028 43029 43030 43031 43032 43033 43034 43035 43036 43037 43038 43039 43040 43041 43042 43043 43044 43045 43046 43047

Vessel level Vessel pressure Pump discharge pressure Vessel temperature Pump #1 motor amps Pump #2 motor amps Pump #3 motor amps Future Future Future Future Motorized feed valve #1 Motorized feed valve #2 Liquid level signal Future Future Future Future Future Pump differential pressure

Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Input Output Output Output Output Output Output Output Output Calculated

0-100% 0 to 200 PSIA 0 to 200 PSIA -459F to 440F 0-100A 0-100A 0-100A

0-100% 0-100% 0-100%

0 to 200 PSID

STATUS
MODBUS ADDRESS DESCRIPTION TYPE VALUE RANGE

43048

Pump #1 status

Read Only

43049

Pump #2 status

Read Only

0 = Off 1 = On 2 = Auto 3 = Alarm 4 = Anti-recycle 5 = Cavitation 0 = Off 1 = On 2 = Auto 3 = Alarm 4 = Anti-recycle 5 = Cavitation 6

43050

Pump #3 status

Read Only

43051

Control Mode

Read/Write

0 = Off 1 = On 2 = Auto 3 = Alarm 4 = Anti-recycle 5 = Cavitation 0 = Off Keypad 1 = Startup Keypad 2 = Enabled Keypad 3 = Off Comm 4 = Startup Comm 5 = Enabled Comm 6 = Failed 7 = IO Lockout

43052 43053 43054

Future Status Future Status Future Status

CLOCK SET-POINTS (Read / Write)


MODBUS ADDRESS DESCRIPTION VALUE RANGE

43055 43056 43057 43058 43059 43060

Clock / Calendar: Month Clock / Calendar: Day Clock / Calendar: Year Clock / Calendar: Hour Clock / Calendar: Minute Clock / Calendar: Second

1-12 Month 1-31 Day 1980 2047 0-23 Hr 0-59 Min. 0-59 Sec.

SET-POINTS (Read / Write) and (Read Only)


MODBUS ADDRESS DESCRIPTION TYPE VALUE RANGE

43061 43062 43063 43064 43065 43066 43067 43068 43069 43070 43071 43072 43073 43074 43075 43076 43077 43078 43079 43080 43081 43082 43083

Program version High level shutdown delay High level alarm High level alarm delay Low level alarm Low level alarm delay Low level shutdown Low level shutdown delay Liquid transfer on Liquid transfer on delay Liquid transfer off Liquid transfer off delay Level control set-point #1 Level control set-point #1 delay Dead band #1 Proportional #1 Level control set-point #2 Level control set-point #2 delay Dead band #2 Proportional #2 Micro Start Mode Level Control Set-point Adjust Standby Pump

Read Only Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write

0-10 Sec. 50-100% 0-10 Sec. 0-50% 0-10 Sec. 0-50% 0-10 Sec. 50-100% 0-10 Sec. 50-100% 0-10 Sec. 0-100% 0-10 Sec. 0-5% 0 256 0-100% 0-10 Sec. 0-5% 0 256 0 = Startup 1 = Normal 0-50% 1=1 2=2 3=3 0-10 Min. 0 = Stay off 1 = Time limit 2 = Always 0-200 PSI 0-10 Sec. 0-10 Sec. 0-10 Sec. 0-10 Sec. 0-10 Sec. 0-10 Sec. 0-10 Sec. 0-120 Sec. 0-120 Sec. 0-120 Sec.

43084 43085

Pump cavitations off time Power fail restart

Read/Write Read/Write

43086 43087 43088 43089 43090 43091 43092 43093 43094 43095 43096

Low diff press pump stop Low diff press pump stop delay #1 auxiliary contact delay #2 auxiliary contact delay #3 auxiliary contact delay #1 oil level switch delay #2 oil level switch delay #3 oil level switch delay #1 anti-recycle delay #2 anti-recycle delay #3 anti-recycle delay

Read Only Read Only Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write

MODBUS ADDRESS

DESCRIPTION

TYPE

VALUE

RANGE

43097 43098 43099 43100 43101 43102 43103 43104 43105 43106 43107 43108 43109 43110 43111 43112 43113 43114 43115 43116 43117 43118 43119 43120 43121 43122 43123 43124 43125 43126 43127 43128 43129 43130

High amps shutdown #1 High amps shutdown #1 delay High amps alarm #1 High amps alarm #1 delay Low amps alarm #1 Low amps alarm #1 delay Low amps shutdown #1 Low amps shutdown #1 delay High amps shutdown #2 High amps shutdown #2 delay High amps alarm #2 High amps alarm #2 delay Low amps alarm #2 Low amps alarm #2 delay Low amps shutdown #2 Low amps shutdown #2 delay High amps shutdown #3 High amps shutdown #3 delay High amps alarm #3 High amps alarm #3 delay Low amps alarm #3 Low amps alarm #3 delay Low amps shutdown #3 Low amps shutdown #3 delay Low amps bypass off Low amps bypass off delay Low amps bypass on Low amps bypass on delay Power-fail restart delay Alarm horn delay Screen saver Screen saver delay Start-up screen # of pumps

Read Only Read Only Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read/Write Read/Write Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only

0-100A 0-10 Sec. 0-100A 0-10 Sec. 0-100A 0-10 Sec. 0-100A 0-10 Sec. 0-100A 0-10 Sec. 0-100A 0-10 Sec. 0-100A 0-10 Sec. 0-100A 0-10 Sec. 0-100A 0-10 Sec. 0-100A 0-10 Sec. 0-100A 0-10 Sec. 0-100A 0-10 Sec. 0-100A 0-10 Sec. 0-100A 0-10 Sec. 0-240 Min. 0-10 Sec. 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled 0-240 Sec. 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled 1=1 2=2 3=3 0 = Other 1 = Cornell 0 = Probe 1 = Float

43131 43132

Type of pumps Vessel level input type

Read Only Read Only

MODBUS ADDRESS

DESCRIPTION

TYPE

VALUE

RANGE

43133 43134 43135 43136 43137 43138 43139

Liquid feed valve type # of liquid feed valves Security code digit #4 Security code digit #3 Security code digit #2 Security code digit #1 Pump #1 mode

Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read/Write

0 = Solenoid 1 = Motorized 1=1 2=2 0-9 0-9 0-9 0-9 0 = Auto 1 = On 2 = Off 0 = Auto 1 = On 2 = Off 0 = Auto 1 = On 2 = Off 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled 0-31 0-300 Sec. 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled 0 = 10 Amps 1 = 30 Amps 2 = 50 Amps 3 = 70 Amps 0 = 10 Amps 1 = 30 Amps 2 = 50 Amps 3 = 70 Amps 0 = 10 Amps 1 = 30 Amps 2 = 50 Amps 3 = 70 Amps 0 = No 1 = Yes -15% to +15% -25G to +25G -25G to +25G -25F to +25F -15A to +15A -15A to +15A

43140

Pump #2 mode

Read/Write

43141

Pump #3 mode

Read/Write

43142 43143 43144 43145 43146

Liquid transfer Screen contrast Back light delay Security CT range #1

Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only

43147

CT range #2

Read Only

43148

CT range #3

Read Only

43149 43150 43151 43152 43153 43154 43155

Initialize set-points Level probe adjust (calibrate) Vessel press adjust (cal) Pump disch press adjust (cal) Vessel temp adjust (cal) Motor #1 amps adjust (cal) Motor #2 amps adjust (cal)

Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only

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MODBUS ADDRESS

DESCRIPTION

TYPE

VALUE

RANGE

43156 43157 43158 43159 43160 43161 43162 43163 43164 43165 43166 43167 43168 43169 43170 43171 43172 43173 43174 43175 43176 43177 43178 43179 43180 43181 43182 43183 43184 43185 43186 43187 43188 43189 43190 43191 43192 43193

Motor #3 amps adjust (cal) Startup time Remote reset input Vessel temperature Motor #1 run hours digit #1 Motor #1 run hours digit #2 Motor #1 run hours digit #3 Motor #1 run hours digit #4 Motor #1 run hours digit #5 Motor #1 run hours digit #6 Motor #2 run hours digit #1 Motor #2 run hours digit #2 Motor #2 run hours digit #3 Motor #2 run hours digit #4 Motor #2 run hours digit #5 Motor #2 run hours digit #6 Motor #3 run hours digit #1 Motor #3 run hours digit #2 Motor #3 run hours digit #3 Motor #3 run hours digit #4 Motor #3 run hours digit #5 Motor #3 run hours digit #6 Service set-up mode Integral #1 Integral #2 Liquid feed #1 mode Liquid feed #2 mode Liquid feed #1 manual percent Liquid feed #1 manual percent High level shutdown IP address digit #4 IP address digit #3 IP address digit #2 IP address digit #1 Subnet mask digit #4 Subnet mask digit #3 Subnet mask digit #2 Subnet mask digit #1

Read Only Read/Write Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read/Write Read/Write Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only

-15A to +15A 0-120 Min 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled 0-9 0-9 0-9 0-9 0-9 0-9 0-9 0-9 0-9 0-9 0-9 0-9 0-9 0-9 0-9 0-9 0-9 0-9 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled 0 256 0 256 0 = Auto 1 = Manual 0 = Auto 1 = Manual 0-100% 0-100% 50-100% 0-255 0-255 0-255 0-255 0-255 0-255 0-255 0-255

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MODBUS ADDRESS

DESCRIPTION

TYPE

VALUE

RANGE

43194 43195

Slave address Baud rate

Read Only Read Only

1-99 0 = 2400 1 = 4800 2 = 9600 3 = 19200 0 = 7 bits 1 = 8 bits 0 = Even 1 = Odd 2 = None 0=1 1=2 -1.00 to +1.00 -1.00 to +1.00 -1.00 to +1.00 -1.00 to +1.00 -1.00 to +1.00 -1.00 to +1.00 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled 0 = No 1 = Yes 1-100% 1-100% 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled 0-180 Sec. 40 - 99 0 99 0 99

43196 43197

Data bits Parity

Read Only Read Only

43198 43199 43200 43201 43202 43203 43204 43205 43206 43207 43208 43209 43210 43211 43212 43213 43214

Stop bits Analog output #1 zero Analog output #1 span Analog output #2 zero Analog output #2 span Analog output #3 zero Analog output #3 span Analog output board Clear all active alarms Solenoid Off Diff #1 Solenoid Off Diff #2 Pump Auto Restart Pump Ramp Start Pump Ramp Start Delay Analog Dampering Derivative #1 Derivative #2

Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read/Write Read Only Read/Write Read/Write

12

MODBUS ADDRESS

DESCRIPTION

TYPE

VALUE

RANGE

43215 43230 43231 43232 43233 43234 43235 43236 43237 43238 43239 43240 43241 43242 43243 43244 43245 43246 43247 43248 43249 43250 43251

Future Pump #1 auxiliary shutdown Pump #2 auxiliary shutdown Pump #3 auxiliary shutdown Pump #1 oil level shutdown Pump #2 oil level shutdown Pump #3 oil level shutdown Pump #1 high amps shutdown Pump #2 high amps shutdown Pump #3 high amps shutdown Pump #1 high amps alarm Pump #2 high amps alarm Pump #3 high amps alarm Pump #1 low amps alarm Pump #2 low amps alarm Pump #3 low amps alarm Pump #1 low amps shutdown Pump #2 low amps shutdown Pump #3 low amps shutdown Pump #1 min amps startup Pump #2 min amps startup Pump #3 min amps startup Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 13

MODBUS ADDRESS

DESCRIPTION

TYPE

VALUE

RANGE

43252 43253 43254 43255 43256 43257 43258 43259 43260 43261 43262 43263

High vessel level shutdown High vessel level alarm Low vessel level alarm Low vessel level shutdown Complete pump fail shutdown Pump #1 cavitation shutdown Pump #2 cavitation shutdown Pump #3 cavitation shutdown Pump #1 running shutdown Pump #2 running shutdown Pump #3 running shutdown Analog output comm failure

Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only Read Only

0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm 0 = Normal 1 = Alarm

JUMPER TABLE:
CPU Board X J7 Not Installed X J8 Not Installed X JP10 (1-2) (4-6) NOTE: X indicates recommended jumper settings

14

MODBUS Ethernet Connection

MODBUS RS-485 Connection Using RS-232 to RS-485 Converter NOTE: RS-485 port not active

15

MATRIX LEVEL PROBE


Installation Operation Maintenance Manual

4-22-08 REV-1.8

INDEX
Introduction... 3 Technical Data.. 3 Settings.. 3 o Refrigerant Selections................... 3 o Signal Damping 5 o Factory Default Setting 5 Dimensional Data and Design 6

INTRODUCTION
The RVS Matrix Level Probe accurately measures refrigerant liquid level in a vessel or level column and transmits a signal to the Matrix Microprocessor Panel. The level probe is designed so that the level probe and transmitter can be separated. The level probe is inserted into the vessel or level column via a standard 3/4 npt connection. The transmitter is connected to the probe by an RG400 cable and the transmitter reads the liquid level from the level probe, signal conditions it, and transmits the level signal to the Matrix Micro Panel using a 4-20 mA signal. No field calibration is required and transmitters can be replaced without recalibration. Replacing a transmitter does not require evacuation of the vessel or level column. The Matrix Level Probe also has programmable damping of the output signal that can be field set.

TECHNICAL DATA
Power Supply: Signal Output: Maximum Load Resistance: Refrigerants: Operating Temperature Range: Ambient Temperature Range: Maximum Pressure: Connection: 24 VDC, 1.5 Watt 4-20 mA 500 ohm R-717 (factory setting), R-22, R-404, R-134A, R-507, R-718 -76F/+212F -40F/+158F 870 psig 3/4 NPT

SETTINGS
In order to perform refrigerant selection or probe calibration, the probe must be connected to the transmitter and the transmitter must have power applied to it. 24 VDC power is supplied to the probe from the Matrix Micro Panel. Please refer to the Matrix Micro Panel drawings for proper wiring connections. If the Matrix Level Probe is applied to a vessel that does not have the Matrix Micro Panel and will be connected directly to a system control, verify that the power and signal connections are correct. The following instructions detail probe calibration: Refrigerant Selection: The Matrix level probe is selected for R-717 (NH3) as standard from the factory. If you plan to use the level probe in an R-717 refrigerant system, no calibration is required. If the level probe will be used with a refrigerant other than R-717, the refrigerant selection procedure must be followed. The following refrigerants are preprogrammed into the probe electronics and can be accessed by following the refrigerant selection procedure.

o o o o o

R-717 & R-718 R-22 R-404A R-134a R-744

Use figure #1 as a reference. Remove the four screws holding the cover on the transmitter enclosure. Verify that the proper power connections are made to the transmitter electronics. NOTE: The 24 VDC power must be removed before pressing the pushbutton for this procedure. If the pushbutton is pressed with the 24 VDC power applied, you will be changing the signal damping which is described in the next section.

SHEILD

OUTPUT

GROUND

+24 VDC

GROUND

LED CALIBRATION PUSHBUTTON

+24 VDC

BLACK WIRE

RED WIRE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Remove the 24 VDC power from the transmitter. Connect a digital voltmeter/ampmeter to the transmitter output and ground. Set the meter to read milliamps. Press and hold the calibration pushbutton while turning the 24 VDC power on. After the 24 VDC power is on, release the calibration pushbutton. The current setting will be indicated by the following: o 1 LED flash and 5 mA output = R-717 & R-718 o 2 LED flashes and 6 mA output = R-22 o 3 LED flashes and 7 mA output = R-404A o 4 LED flashes and 8 mA output = R-134a o 5 LED flashes and 9 mA output = R-744 4

7. In order to change the refrigerant selection, momentarily press the pushbutton, which will step to the next refrigerant. The LED flashes and the output current will verify the selection. Each press of the pushbutton will step to the next refrigerant selection. 8. Once the desired refrigerant is selected, wait at least 10 seconds. The controller will verify your selection by holding the LED on continuously. 9. Remove the 24 VDC supply to save the selection. Repeat steps 1-9, if you wish to select another refrigerant.

Signal Damping: The Matrix level probe signal damping is factory set at 15 seconds. Signal damping changes are made with the 24 VDC power applied. The damping range is from 1 to 120 seconds. Use figure #1 as a reference. 1. Verify that the 24 VDC power is connected. 2. Press the calibration pushbutton once for each second of desired damping. o 1 press = 1 second o 120 presses = 120 seconds 3. Once the desired signal damping is selected, wait at least 10 seconds. The controller will verify your selection by flashing the LED After an additional 10 seconds, the above procedure can be repeated. Factory Default Setting: The factory setting for the Matrix level probe is R-717 and 15 seconds signal damping. To return to the factory settings, the following procedure should be followed: o Verify that the 24 VDC power is connected. o Press and hold the calibration pushbutton for at least 20 seconds and the LED begins to flash. o Release the calibration pushbutton. o The factory default setting is verified once the LED begins to flash.

Once the set-up is completed, replace the transmitter cover and secure with the four screws. NOTE: It is extremely important that the transmitter cover is securely fastened. Moisture inside the transmitter will cause the level probe to malfunction. NOTE: Calibration is based on transmitters matched to their probe lengths. If a transmitter is replaced on a probe, it must be for that particular probe length. An example would be to replace a transmitter on a 25 probe, the transmitter must be for a 25 probe. Using a transmitter from a 65 probe on a 25 probe will cause an error in the level signal output. 5

LEVEL PROBE WITH MOUNTED ELECTRONICS, 4-20 MA OUTPUT IMMERSION ACTIVE RVS LENGTH (L) LENGTH (A) PART NUMBER
RG400 CABLE

25" 35" 45" 65" 85" 105" 125" 149" 173"

22.5" 32.5" 42.5" 62.5" 82.5" 102.5" 122.5" 146.5" 170.5"

MLP-25 MLP-35 MLP-45 MLP-65 MLP-85 MLP-105 MLP-125 MLP-149 MLP-173

1.34"

(A)

L = 25" TO 173"

1.18"

LEVEL PROBE ASSEM BLY