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Safety, Protection, and Modification of the Product 2. Model and Suffix Codes 3. How to Install
Operation UP35A
(1) In order to protect the system controlled by this product and the product itself,
Guide Program Controller and to ensure safe operation, observe the safety precautions described in the n UP35A n Installation Location
Operation Guide user’s manual. Use of the instrument in a manner not prescribed herein may [Style:S2] The instrument should be installed in indoor locations meeting the following
IM 05P02D41-11EN Installation and Wiring compromise the product's functions and the protection features inherent in the
Optional conditions:
device. We assume no liability for safety, or responsibility for the product's quality, Model Suffix code suffix Description • Instrumented panel
2nd Edition : Jan. 2011 performance or functionality should users fail to observe these instructions when code
This instrument is designed to be mounted in an instrumented panel. Mount the
operating the product. Program Controller (provided with retransmission
output or 15 V DC loop power supply, 3 DIs, and 3 instrument in a location where its terminals will not inadvertently be touched.
(2) Installation of protection and/or safety circuits with respect to a lightning UP35A DOs) (Power supply: 100-240 V AC) • Well ventilated locations
This operation guide describes installation, wiring, and other tasks required to make the protector; protective equipment for the system controlled by the product and the 2 program patterns / 20 program segments (Max. 20
segments per pattern) Mount the instrument in well ventilated locations to prevent the instrument’s inter-
controller ready for operation. product itself; foolproof or failsafe design of a process or line using the system
-0 Standard type nal temperature from rising.
controlled by the product or the product itself; and/or the design and installation Type 1:
Contents of other protective and safety circuits are to be appropriately implemented as the
Basic -1 Position proportional type However, make sure that the terminal portions are not exposed to wind. Exposure
control -2 Heating/cooling type to wind may cause the temperature sensor accuracy to deteriorate. To mount mul-
customer deems necessary.
1. Safety Precautions Type 2: 0 None tiple indicating controllers, see the external dimensions/panel cutout dimensions
(3) Be sure to use the spare parts approved by YOKOGAWA when replacing parts Functions
2. Model and Suffix Codes 1 5 additional DOs, 5 additional DIs which follow. If mounting other instruments adjacent to the instrument, comply with
or consumables. 0 None
3. How to Install these panel cutout dimensions to provide sufficient clearance between the instru-
(4) This product is not designed or manufactured to be used in critical applications 1 RS-485 communication (Max.38.4 kbps, 2-wire/4-wire)
4. Hardware Specifications ments.
that directly affect or threaten human lives. Such applications include nuclear 2 Ethernet communication (with serial gateway function)
5. How to Connect Wires • Locations with little mechanical vibration
power equipment, devices using radioactivity, railway facilities, aviation CC-Link communication
6. Terminal Wiring Diagrams Type 3: Open 3 Install the instrument in a location subject to little mechanical vibration.
equipment, air navigation facilities, aviation facilities, and medical equipment. networks (with Modbus master function)
PROFIBUS-DP communication • Horizontal location
If so used, it is the user’s responsibility to include in the system additional 4
Introduction equipment and devices that ensure personnel safety.
(with Modbus master function)
DeviceNet communication
Mount the instrument horizontally and ensure that it is level, with no inclination to
the right or left.
(5) Modification of the product is strictly prohibited. 5
(with Modbus master function)
Thank you for purchasing the UP35A Program Controller. (6) This product is intended to be handled by skilled/trained personnel for electric -1 English
This operation guide describes the basic operations related to the single-loop control devices. -2 German Front panel
Display language (*1) Keep this angle
function of the UP35A. The guide should be provided to the end user of this product. (7) This product is UL Recognized Component. In order to comply with UL -3 French of controller within 30°
Be sure to read this operation guide before using the product in order to ensure standards, end-products are necessary to be designed by those who have -4 Spanish
correct operation. knowledge of the requirements. 0 White (Light gray)
Case color
For details of each function, refer to the electronic manual. Before using the product, 1 Black (Light charcoal gray) 30° Rear of
refer to the table of Model and Suffix Codes to make sure that the delivered product controller
Fixed code -00 Always "-00"
is consistent with the model and suffix codes you ordered. Also make sure that the /AP Additional 2 program patterns / 20 program segments
following items are included in the package. l Power Supply
Optional suffix codes
/HA Heater break alarm (*2) Note
Ensure that the instrument’s supply voltage matches the voltage /DC Power supply 24 V AC/DC
• Program Controller (the model you ordered)...........................................x1 of the power supply before turning ON the power. /CT Coating (*3)
If the instrument is moved from a location with low temperature and low humidity
WARNING to a place with high temperature and high humidity, or if the temperature changes
• Set of Brackets.........................................................................................x1 l Do Not Use in an Explosive Atmosphere
*1: English, German, French, and Spanish can be displayed as the guide display. rapidly, condensation will result. Moreover, in the case of thermocouple inputs,
• Unit Label (L4502VZ)...............................................................................x1 Do not operate the instrument in locations with combustible
*2: When “-0” or “-2” is specified for the Type 1 code, the /HA option can be specified.
• Tag Label (L4502VE)...............................................................................x1 or explosive gases or steam. Operation in such environments *3: When the /CT option is specified, the UP35A does not conform to the safety standards (UL
measurement errors will result. To avoid such a situation, leave the instrument in the
(Only when ordered.) constitutes an extreme safety hazard. Use of the instrument in and CSA) and CE marking. new environment under ambient conditions for more than 1 hour prior to using it.
• Terminal Cover (L4502XP)......................................................................x1 environments with high concentrations of corrosive gas (H2S,
• Operation Guide (this document).............................................................x7 (A3 size) SOX, etc.) for extended periods of time may cause a failure. n Accessories (sold separately) Do not mount the instrument in the following locations:
(Installation and Wiring, Initial Settings, Programming, Operations, and Parameters) l Do Not Remove Internal Unit The following is an accessory sold separately. • Outdoors
The internal unit should not be removed by anyone other than • LL50A Parameter Setting Software • Locations subject to direct sunlight or close to a heater
l Target Readers YOKOGAWA's service personnel. There are dangerous high Model Suffix code Description Install the instrument in a location with stable temperatures that remain close to an
This guide is intended for the following personnel; voltage parts inside. Additionally, do not replace the fuse by LL50A -00 Parameter Setting Software average temperature of 23°C. Do not mount it in locations subject to direct sunlight
• Engineers responsible for installation, wiring, and maintenance of the equipment. yourself. or close to a heater. Doing so adversely affects the instrument.
• Personnel responsible for normal daily operation of the equipment. l Damage to the Protective Construction • Terminal Cover
• Locations with substantial amounts of oily fumes, steam, moisture, dust, or
Operation of the instrument in a manner not specified in the For UP35A: Model UTAP001
corrosive gases
• User’s Manual (A4 size)
1. Safety Precautions user’s manual may damage its protective construction.
Note: User’s Manual can be downloaded from a website.
The presence of oily fumes, steam, moisture, dust, or corrosive gases adversely
affects the instrument. Do not mount the instrument in locations subject to any of
• User’s Manual (CD-ROM), Model: UTAP003
The following symbol is used on the instrument. It indicates the possibility of injury these substances.
Note: Contains all manuals.
to the user or damage to the instrument, and signifies that the user must refer to • Areas near electromagnetic field generating sources
• Brackets
the user’s manual for special instructions. The same symbol is used in the user’s This instrument is an EMC class A product. In a domestic environ- Do not place magnets or tools that generate magnetism near the instrument. If the
Part number: L4502TP (2 pcs for upper and lower sides)
manual on pages that the user needs to refer to, together with the term “WARNING” ment this product may cause radio interference in which case the instrument is used in locations close to a strong electromagnetic field generating
or “CAUTION.” user needs to take adequate measures. source, the magnetic field may cause measurement errors.
CAUTION • Locations where the display is difficult to see
The instrument uses an LCD for the display unit, and this can be difficult to see
Calls attention to actions or conditions that could cause serious from extremely oblique angles. Mount the instrument in a location where it can be
or fatal injury to the user, and indicates precautions that should be seen as much as possible from the front.
taken to prevent such occurrences. • Areas close to flammable articles
WARNING Absolutely do not place the instrument directly on flam-
mable surfaces. If such a circumstance is unavoidable 150 mm
and the instrument must be placed close to a flammable
Calls attention to actions or conditions that could cause injury to item, provide a shield for it made of 1.43 mm thick plated 150 mm 150 mm
the user or damage to the instrument or property and indicates pre- steel or 1.6 mm thick unplated steel with a space of at 150 mm
cautions that should be taken to prevent such occurrences.
least 150 mm between it and the instrument on the top,
CAUTION
bottom, and sides.
AC • Areas subject to being splashed with water

AC/DC
Be sure to turn OFF the power supply to the controller before in-
The equipment wholly protected by double insulation or reinforced insulation. n Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), stalling it on the panel to avoid an electric shock.

Directive 2002/96/EC WARNING


Functional grounding terminals
This is an explanation of how to dispose of this product based on Waste Electrical
(Do not use this terminal as a protective grounding terminal). and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), Directive 2002/96/EC. This directive is only valid
Note in the EU.
Marking YOKOGAWA ELECTRIC CORPORATION
Identifies important information required to operate the instrument. Network Solutions Business Division
This product complies with the WEEE Directive (2002/96/EC) 2-9-32, Naka-cho Musashino-shi, Tokyo 180-8750 JAPAN
marking requirement. YOKOGAWA CORPORATION OF AMERICA
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electronic product in domestic household waste. 2 Dart Road, Newnan, Georgia 30265, USA
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n Mounting the Instrument Main Unit 4. Hardware Specifications • Allowable signal source resistance:
TC or mV input: 250 Ω or less
n Contact Input Specifications
Provide an instrumented panel steel sheet of 1 to 10 mm thickness. Effects of signal source resistance: 0.1 µV/Ω or less • Number of inputs: See the table of Model and Suffix Codes.
After opening the mounting hole on the panel, follow the procedures below to install DC voltage input: 2 kΩ or less • Input type: No-voltage contact input or transistor contact input
the controller: Effects of signal source resistance: About 0.01%/100 Ω • Input contact rating: 12 V DC, 10 mA or more
This instrument is for Measurement Category I (CAT.I). Do not use it
1) Insert the controller into the opening from the front of the panel so that the • Allowable wiring resistance: Use a contact with a minimum on-current of 1 mA or more.
for measurements in locations falling under Measurement Catego-
terminal board on the rear is at the far side. RTD input: Max. 150 Ω/wire (The conductor resistance between the three wires • ON/OFF detection:
ries II, III, and IV.
2) Set the brackets in place on the top and bottom of the controller as shown in the WARNING shall be equal.) No-voltage contact input:
figure below, then tighten the screws of the brackets. Take care not to overtighten Wiring resistance effect: ±0.1ºC/10 Ω Contact resistance of 1 kΩ or less is determined as “ON” and contact
them. • Allowable input voltage/current: resistance of 50 kΩ or more as “OFF.”
Internal Wiring TC, mV, mA and RTD input: ±10 V DC Transistor contact input:
II
Panel Bracket III T V input: ±20 V DC Input voltage of 2 V or less is determined as “ON” and leakage current must
(top mounting hardware) Entrance IV I
Cable
mA input: ±40 mA not exceed 100 µA when “OFF.”
Outlet • Noise rejection ratio: • Minimum status detection hold time: Control period +50 ms
Direction to insert the Normal mode: 40 dB or more (at 50/60 Hz) • Use: PTNO. switch, operation mode switch, and event input
controller Terminal board Measurement
Common mode: 120 dB or more (at 50/60 Hz)
Insert the controller Category
category
Description Remarks
For 100-240 V AC, the power frequency can be set manually. n Transistor Contact Output Specifications
into the opening at
the front of the panel. I CAT.I
For measurements performed on circuits not
-
Automatic detection is also available.
directly connected to MAINS. • Number of outputs: See the table of Model and Suffix Codes.
Insert a screwdriver into the
For 24 V AC/DC, the power frequency can be set manually.
For measurements performed on circuits di- Appliances, portable equip- • Output type: Open collector (SINK current)
brackets to tighten the screws. II CAT.II • Reference junction compensation error:
rectly connected to the low-voltage installation. ments, etc. • Output contact rating: Max. 24 V DC, 50 mA
±1.0ºC (15 to 35ºC)
For measurements performed in the building Distribution board, circuit • Output time resolution: Min. 200 ms
Appropriate
III CAT.III
installation. breaker, etc. ±1.5ºC (-10 to 15ºC and 35 to 50ºC)
• Applicable standards: JIS/IEC/DIN (ITS-90) for TC and RTD
Bracket
(bottom mounting hardware)
tightening torque:
0.25 N•m
IV CAT.IV
For measurements performed at the source of
the low-voltage installation.
Overhead wire, cable
systems, etc.
n Heater Break Alarm Specifications
n Analog Output Specifications • Number of inputs: 2
n Input Specifications • Number of outputs: • Number of outputs: 2 (transistor contact output)
Control output: 1 • Use: Measures the heater current using an external current transformer (CT) and
• Tighten the screws with appropriate tightening torque within 0.25 ●Universal Input (Equipped as standard) generates a heater break alarm when the measured value is less than the break
N•m. Otherwise it may cause the case deformation or the bracket Cooling-side control output of Heating/cooling type: 1
• Number of inputs: 1 • Output type: Current output or voltage pulse output detection value.
damage. • Current transformer input resistance: About 9.4 Ω
CAUTION • Make sure that foreign materials do not enter the inside of the • Input type, instrument range, and measurement accuracy: See the table below. • Current output: 4 to 20 mA DC or 0 to 20 mA DC/load resistance of 600 Ω or less
Instrument Range • Current output accuracy: ±0.1% of span (±5% of span for 1 mA or less) • Current transformer input range: 0.0 to 0.1 Arms (0.12 Arms or more cannot be ap-
instrument through the case’s slit holes. Input Type Accuracy plied.)
ºC ºF The accuracy is that in the standard operating conditions: 23±2°C, 55±10%RH,
-270.0 to 1370.0ºC -450.0 to 2500.0ºF ±0.1% of instrument range ±1 digit for and power frequency at 50/60 Hz. • Heater current setting range: OFF, 0.1 to 300.0 Arms
K -270.0 to 1000.0ºC -450.0 to 2300.0ºF 0°C or more • Voltage pulse output: Heater current measured value display range: 0.0 to 360.0 Arms
n External Dimensions and Panel Cutout Dimensions -200.0 to 500.0ºC -200.0 to 1000.0ºF
±0.2% of instrument range ±1 digit for
Use: Time proportional output
Note: The CT ratio can be set. CT ratio setting range: 1 to 3300
less than 0°C
J -200.0 to 1200.0ºC -300.0 to 2300.0ºF ±2% of instrument range ±1 digit for • Recommended CT: CT from U.R.D., Ltd.
UP35A 11 Unit: mm (approx. inch) On-voltage: 12 V or more/load resistance of 600 Ω or more
-270.0 to 400.0ºC -450.0 to 750.0ºF less than -200.0°C of thermocouple K CTL-6-S-H: CT ratio 800, measurable current range: 0.1 to 80.0 Arms
96 (3.78) (0.43) 65 (2.56) Bracket ±1% of instrument range ±1 digit for Off-voltage: 0.1 V DC or less
Terminal cover T
0.0 to 400.0ºC -200.0 to 750.0ºF less than -200.0°C of thermocouple T
CTL-12L-30: CT ratio 3000, measurable current range: 0.1 to 180.0 Arms
Time resolution: 10 ms or 0.1% of output, whichever is larger
20 (0.79) • Heater current measurement period: 200 ms
±0.15% of instrument range ±1 digit
• Heater current measurement accuracy: ±5% of current transformer input range
B 0.0 to 1800.0ºC 32 to 3300ºF
for 400°C or more
±5% of instrument range ±1 digit for
n Step Response Time Specifications span ± 1digit (CT error is not included.)
less than 400°C
Within 1 s • Heater current detection resolution: Within 1/250 of current transformer input range
105.2 (4.14)
91.6 (3.61)
94.6 (3.72)
96 (3.78)

S 0.0 to 1700.0ºC 32 to 3100ºF


±0.15% of instrument range ±1 digit (63% of analog output response time when a step change of 10 to 90% of input span span
R 0.0 to 1700.0ºC 32 to 3100ºF
is applied) • Break detection On-time: Min. 0.2 second (for time proportional output)
±0.1% of instrument range ±1 digit
Thermo- N -200.0 to 1300.0ºC -300.0 to 2400.0ºF ±0.25% of instrument range ±1 digit
couple for less than 0°C n Relay Contact Output Specifications ■ Safety and EMC Standards
E -270.0 to 1000.0ºC -450.0 to 1800.0ºF ±0.1% of instrument range ±1 digit for
Bracket
L -200.0 to 900.0ºC -300.0 to 1600.0ºF 0°C or more
• Contact type and number of outputs: • Safety: Compliant with IEC/EN61010-1 (CE), approved by CAN/CSA C22.2
1 to 10 mm (0.04 to 0.39 inch) (panel thickness)
-200.0 to 400.0ºC -300.0 to 750.0ºF
±0.2% of instrument range ±1 digit for Control output: contact point 1c; 1 point No.61010-1 (CSA), approved by UL61010-1.
less than 0°C
U ±1.5% of instrument range ±1 digit for Cooling-side control output of Heating/cooling type: contact point 1c; 1 point Installation category: CAT. II Pollution degree: 2
0.0 to 400.0ºC -200.0 to 1000.0ºF
• General mounting • Side-by-side close mounting less than -200.0°C of thermocouple E. Event output: contact point 1a; 3 points (common is independent) Measurement category: I (CAT. I)
+0.8
117 (4.61) min. [(N-1)×96+92] 0
W 0.0 to 2300.0ºC 32 to 4200ºF
±0.2% of instrument range ±1 digit • Contact rating: Rated measurement input voltage: Max. 10 V DC
(Note 2)
([(N-1)×3.78+3.62] +0.03 ) Contact point 1c (control output): 250 V AC, 3 A or 30 V DC, 3A (resistance load) Rated transient overvoltage: 1500 V (Note)
0 Platinel 2 0.0 to 1390.0ºC 32.0 to 2500.0ºF ±0.1% of instrument range ±1 digit
Contact point 1a (control output): 240 V AC, 3 A or 30 V DC, 3 A (resistance load) Note: This is a reference safety standard value for Measurement Category I of IEC/EN/CSA/
±0.5% of instrument range ±1 digit for UL61010-1. This value is not necessarily a guarantee of instrument performance.
+0.8
92 0 800°C or more Contact point 1a (alarm output): 240 V AC, 1A or 30 V DC, 1 A (resistance load)
PR20-40 0.0 to 1900.0ºC 32 to 3400ºF
+0.03
(3.62 0 ) Accuracy is not guaranteed for less • Use: Time proportional output, event output, alarm output, FAIL output, etc.
than 800°C. • EMC Conformity standards:
145 (5.71)
• Time resolution of control output: 10 ms or 0.1% of output, whichever is larger
(53) (2.09) W97Re3- 0.0 to 2000.0ºC 32 to 3600ºF ±0.2% of instrument range ±1 digit Note: This cannot be used for a small load of 10 mA or less.
CE marking
min. W75Re25
“N” stands for the number of controllers to be EN61326-1 Class A, Table 2 (For use in industrial locations)
+0.8
92 0 installed. ±0.1% of instrument range ±1 digit
+0.03
(3.62 0 ) However, the measured value applies if N≥5. JPt100
-200.0 to 500.0ºC -300.0 to 1000.0ºF
(Note 1) n Position Proportional Output Specifications EN61326-2-3
-150.00 to 150.00ºC -200.0 to 300.0ºF ±0.1% of instrument range ±1 digit EN 55011 Class A, Group1
+0.8
Normal tolerance: RTD
-200.0 to 850.0ºC -300.0 to 1560.0ºF ±0.1% of instrument range ±1 digit
• Position signal input: EN 61000-3-2 Class A
92 0 (25) ±(value of JIS B 0401-1998 tolerance class IT18)/2
Pt100 -200.0 to 500.0ºC -300.0 to 1000.0ºF (Note 1) Slide resistance: 100 Ω to 2.5 kΩ of total resistance EN 61000-3-3
+0.03
(3.62 0 ) (0.98)
-150.00 to 150.00ºC -200.0 to 300.0ºF ±0.1% of instrument range ±1 digit 100% side and slide line: with disconnection detection C-tick mark
0.400 to 2.000 V 0% side: without disconnection detection EN 55011 Class A, Group1
Standard signal 1.000 to 5.000 V Current input: 4 to 20 mA (with disconnection detection) The instrument continues to operate at a measurement accuracy of within ±20% of
4.00 to 20.00 mA • Sampling period: 50 ms the range during testing.
0.000 to 2.000 V
±0.1% of instrument range ±1 digit
• Measurement resolution: 0.1% of input span
0.00 to 10.00 V • Position proportional relay output: ■ Construction, Installation, and Wiring
DC voltage/current 0.00 to 20.00 mA Contact point 1a; 2 points, 250 V AC, 3 A or 30 V DC, 3 A (resistance load)
-10.00 to 20.00 mV Note: This cannot be used for a small load of 10 mA or less.
• Dust-proof and drip-proof: IP56 (for front panel) (Not available for side-by-side
0.0 to 100.0 mV close mounting.)
The accuracy is that in the standard operating conditions: 23±2°C, 55±10%RH, and power n Retransmission Output Specifications • Material: Polycarbonate (Flame retardancy: UL94V-0)
frequency at 50/60 Hz. • Case color: White (Light gray) or Black (Light charcoal gray)
Note 1: ±0.3°C ±1 digit in the range between 0 and 100°C, ±0.5°C ±1 digit in the range • Number of outputs: Retransmission output; 1, shared with 15 V DC loop power • Weight: 0.5 kg or less
between -100 and 200°C. supply or Cooling-side control output.
Note 2: W: W-5% Re/W-26% Re(Hoskins Mfg.Co.). ASTM E988 • External dimensions (mm): 96 (W) × 96 (H) × 65 (depth from the panel face)
• Current output: 4 to 20 mA DC or 0 to 20 mA DC/ load resistance of 600 Ω or less (Depth except the projection on the rear panel)
• Input sampling (control) period: 200 ms • Current output accuracy: ±0.1% of span (±5% of span for 1 mA or less) • Installation: Direct panel mounting; mounting bracket, one each for upper and
• Burnout detection: The accuracy is that in the standard operating conditions: 23±2°C, 55±10%RH, lower mounting
Functions at TC, RTD, and standard signal. and power frequency at 50/60 Hz. • Panel cutout dimensions (mm): 92+0.8/0 (W) × 92+0.8/0 (H)
Upscale, downscale, and off can be specified. • Mounting attitude: Up to 30 degrees above the horizontal. No downward titling allowed.
For standard signal, burnout is determined to have occurred if it is 0.1 V or 0.4 n 15 V DC Loop Power Supply Specifications • Wiring: M3 screw terminal with square washer (for signal wiring and power wiring)
mA or less.
(Shared with retransmission output or Cooling-side control output.)
• Input bias current: 0.05 µA (for TC or RTD)
• Power supply: 14.5 to 18.0 V DC
• Measured current (RTD): About 0.16 mA
• Maximum supply current: About 21 mA (with short-circuit current limiting circuit)
• Input resistance:
TC or mV input: 1 MΩ or more
V input: About 1 MΩ
mA input: About 250 Ω

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■ Power Supply Specifications and Isolation 5. How to Connect Wires ● Recommended Crimp-on Terminal Lugs DC Relay Wiring
• Power supply: (ød ) UP35A
Rated voltage: 100-240 V AC (+10%/-15%), 50/60 Hz External DC power supply
• Wiring work must be carried out by a person with basic electrical Relay
24 V AC/DC (+10%/-15%) (for /DC option)
knowledge and practical experience. (A) 5.5 3.3
• Power consumption: 18 VA (DC:9 VA, AC: 14 VA if /DC option is specified)
• Data backup: Nonvolatile memory WARNING • Be sure to turn OFF the power supply to the controller before wiring R
to avoid an electric shock. Use a tester or similar device to ensure (F)
• Power holdup time: 20 ms (for 100 V AC drive)
that no power is being supplied to a cable to be connected.
• Withstanding voltage Diode
• As a safety measure, always install a circuit breaker (an IEC Recommended tightening torque: 0.6 N·m
Between primary terminals and secondary terminals: 2300 V AC for 1 minute UP’s contact Relay (Mount it directly
60947-compatible product, 5 A, 100 V or 220 V AC) in an easily Applicable wire size: Power supply wiring 1.25 mm2 or more (Use one with a relay coil rating to the relay coil
Between primary terminals: 1500 V AC for 1 minute
accessible location near the instrument. Moreover, provide indication less than the UP’s contact rating.) terminal (socket).)
Between secondary terminals: 500 V AC for 1 minute Applicable terminal lug Applicable wire size mm2 (AWG#) (φ d) (A) (F)
that the switch is a device for turning off the power to the instrument.
(Primary terminals: Power* and relay output terminals; Secondary terminals: M3 0.25 to 1.65 (22 to 16) 3.3 5.5 4.2
• Install the power cable keeping a distance of more than 1 cm
Analog I/O signal terminals, contact input terminals, communication terminals AC Relay Wiring
from other signal wires.
and functional grounding terminals.)
• The power cable is required to meet the IEC standards concerned or the ● Cable Specifications and Recommended Cables External AC power supply
*: Power terminals for 24V AC/DC models are the secondary terminals. UP35A
• Insulation resistance: Between power supply terminals and a grounding terminal requirements of the area in which the instrument is being installed. Purpose Name and Manufacturer
• Wiring should be installed to conform to NEC (National Electrical Power supply, relay contact outputs 600 V Grade heat-resistant PVC insulated wires, JIS C
20 MΩ or more at 500 V DC 3317(HIV), 0.9 to 2.0 mm2
• Isolation specifications Code: ANSI/NFPA-70) or the wiring construction standards in
countries or regions where wiring will be installed.
Thermocouple Shielded compensating lead wires, JIS C 1610
R
PV (universal ) input terminals RTD Shielded wires (three/four conductors), UL2482 (Hitachi Cable)
• For control relay output, alarm relay output, and power terminal Other signals (other than contact input/output) Shielded wires
Control, retransmission (analog) output terminals connections, use heat-resistant cables. Other signals (contact input/output) Unshielded wires
(not isolated between the analog output terminals) • Since the insulation provided to each relay output terminal RS-485 communication Shielded wires UP’s contact Relay CR filter
Valve position (feedback) input terminals is Functional insulation, provide Reinforced insulation to the Ethernet communication 100 BASE-TX (CAT-5)/10 BASE-T (Use one with a relay coil (Mount it directly
external of the device as necessary. (Refer to the drawing below.) rating less than the UP’s to the relay coil
Control relay (contact point c/contact point a x 2) output terminals PROFIBUS-DP communication Dedicated cable for PROFIBUS-DP (Shielded two-wires)
contact rating.) terminal (socket).)
DeviceNet communication Dedicated cable for DeviceNet (Shielded five-wires)
PV event-1 relay (contact point a) output terminals This product This product
Internal Power CC-Link communication Dedicated cable for CC-Link (Shielded three-wires)
A safety A safety A safety
PV event-2 relay (contact point a) output terminals circuits supply voltage circuit voltage circuit PROFIBUS-DP/CC-Link Connector (wiring side) (Part number: A1987JT)
voltage circuit
Functional DeviceNet Connector (wiring side) (Part number: L4502BW)
Time event-1 relay (contact point a) output terminals Functional
insulation Reinforced insulation Recommended tightening torque: 0.5 to 0.6 N·m
insulation
Position proportional relay output terminals A hazardous A hazardous
A safety
Contact input terminals (all) voltage circuit voltage circuit voltage circuit
6. Terminal Wiring Diagrams
RS-485 communication terminals Reinforced insulation

24 V DC loop power supply terminals • Do not use an unassigned terminal as the relay terminal.
This product
Contact output (transistor) terminals A hazardous A hazardous • Do not use a 100-240 V AC power supply for the 24 V AC/DC model; otherwise, the instrument will malfunction.
voltage circuit voltage circuit
Ethernet communication terminal CAUTION
Functional
PROFIBUS-DP/DeviceNet/CC-Link communication terminals insulation Reinforced insulation
(Equipped
Current transformer input terminals A hazardous A hazardous Control output OUT PV input PV as standard) Retransmission output RET (Equipped as standard)
voltage circuit voltage circuit Relay contact output
(Suffix code: Type1=-0) Factory default: PV input TC input RTD input Retransmission output 15 V DC loop power supply Can be used for 15 V DC loop
The circuits divided by lines are insulated mutually. Terminal wiring differs in Heating/cooling type is undefined.
Default: PV
power supply when not used for
NC 101 A 201 retransmission retransmission output.
Reinforced insulation control and Position proportional control.
202 205 205
Refer to the terminals of Position 4-20 mA DC or 14.5-18.0 V DC
NO 102 b 202 0-20 mA DC (Max. 21 mA DC)
proportional control output and 203 206 206
Heating/cooling control output below. Load resistance 600 Ω or less
COM 103 B 203
Factory default: Control output is relay. Default: 4-20 mA DC
Contact rating: 250 V AC, 3 A Current (mA) input Voltage (mV, V) input

■ Environmental Conditions
30 V DC, 3 A (resistance load)
Cooling-side control output RET/OUT2
• When connecting two or more crimp-on terminal lugs to the (Suffix code: Type 1=-2)
203 202 Current/voltage pulse output
single terminal block, bend the crimp-on terminal lugs as shown Can not be used for retransmission output or
Normal Operating Conditions: in the figure before tightening the screw. Heating/cooling control output 204 203
205 15 V DC loop power supply when
current/voltage pulse output is used.
CAUTION • Note that the wiring of two or more crimp-on terminal lugs to the Heating/cooling relay contact output (Suffix code: Type 1=-2)
0-20 mA DC,
4-20 mA DC,
• Ambient temperature: -10 to 50ºC (-10 to 40ºC for side-by-side close mounting) Voltage pulse (12V) Can be used for retransmission output or 15 V

For the CC-Link option, 0 to 50 ºC (0 to 40 ºC for side-by-side close mounting) single high-voltage terminal of the power supply and relay, etc. OUT2 Cooling NO
-side 101 E4-terminal area E1-terminal area 206 DC loop power supply when control output is
101 501 401 301 201 not used.
• Ambient humidity: 20 to 90% RH (no condensation allowed) does not comply with the safety standard. OUT Heating NO
102 -112 -512 -412 -306 -212
Current output range can be changed.
-side
• Magnetic field: 400 A/m or less COM 103 101 501 401 301 201
• Continuous vibration at 5 to 9 Hz: Half amplitude of 1.5 mm or less, 1oct/min for 90 102 502 302 202
Contact rating: 240 V AC, 3 A
minutes each in the three axis directions 30 V DC, 3 A (resistance load)
103 503 303 203
Control output OUT (Suffix code: Type1=-0, -1 or -2)
Continuous vibration at 9 to 150 Hz: 4.9 m/s2 or less, 1oct/min for 90 minutes each • Provide electricity from a single-phase power supply. If the Current/voltage pulse output Retransmission output 15 V DC loop power supply
104 504 304 204
in the three axis directions Wiring direction Default: Undefined
power is noisy, install an isolation transformer on the primary 105 505 305 205 207
• Short-period vibration: 14.7 m/s2, 15 seconds or less side, and use a line filter on the secondary side. When measures 0-20 mA DC,
4-20 mA DC, 0-20 mA DC,
207
14.5-18.0 V DC
207

• Shock: 98 m/s2 or less, 11 ms CAUTION against noise are taken, do not install the primary and secondary
106 506 306 206 Voltage pulse (12 V)
208
4-20 mA DC
208
(Max. 21 mA DC)
208
107 507 407 207
• Altitude: 2000 m or less above sea level power cables close to each other. Default: 4-20 mA DC
108 508 408 208
• Warm-up time: 30 minutes or more after the power is turned on • If there is a risk of external lightning surges, use a lightning arrester etc. (Equipped Can be used for retransmission output or 15 V DC loop power supply when
• Startup time: Within 10 seconds Contact output ALM as standard) 109 509 409 209 current/voltage pulse output is not used for control output.
• For TC input, use shielded compensating lead wires for wiring. Current output range can be changed.
*: The LCD (a liquid crystal display) is used for a display portion of this product. The LCD has External contact output (relay) 110 510 410 210
For RTD input, use shielded wires that have low conductor In Position proportional type, can be used for retransmission output or 15 V
a characteristic that the display action becomes late at the low temperature. However, the UP DC loop power supply.
control fuction is not affected. resistance and cause no significant differences in resistance Time event-1 output 104 111 511 411 211
AL3
between the three wires. Common 105
112 512 412 212 Contact input DI (Equipped as standard)
Transportation and Storage Conditions: • Since the control output relay has a life span (resistance load of External contact input
PV event-2 output 106
• Temperature: -25 to 70ºC 100,000 times), use the auxiliary relay to perform ON/OFF control. No-voltage Transistor contact UP +5V
AL2 E3-terminal area contact UP
DI3
• Temperature change rate: 20ºC/h or less • The use of inductance (L) loads such as auxiliary relays, motors Common 107 Start of local-mode operation when
DI3 changes from OFF to ON.
209 DI3 209
+5V
• Humidity: 5 to 95% RH (no condensation allowed) and solenoid valves causes malfunction or relay failure; always PV event-1 output 108 Stop of program operation when 210 DI2 210
DI2
AL1 DI2 changes from OFF to ON. +5V
Effects of Operating Conditions insert a CR filter for use with alternating current or a diode for Common 109 Start of program operation when 211 DI1 211
DI1
use with direct current, as a spark-removal surge suppression Position proportional control output VALV DI1 changes from OFF to ON.
• Effect of ambient temperature: Relay contact rating: 240 V AC, 1 A COM
circuit, into the line in parallel with the load. 30 V DC, 1 A (resistance load) Relay contact output Feedback input (Suffix code: Type1=-1) Common
212 COM 212
Voltage or TC input: ±1 µV/ºC or ±0.01% of F.S./ºC, whichever is larger
• After completing the wiring, the terminal cover is recommended HIGH
507
100%
510
Current input: ±0.01% of F.S./ºC (direct)
Contact rating: 12 V DC, 10 mA or more

to use for the instrument. Function can be changed.


RTD input: ±0.05ºC/ºC (ambient temperature) or less Power supply LOW
(reverse) 508 511
Analog output: ±0.02% of F.S./ºC or less 100-240 V AC power supply 24 V AC/DC power supply 509 Heater break alarm HBA (Optional suffix code /HA)
0% 512
COM
• Effect of power supply voltage fluctuation N
110
N
110 Contact rating: 250 V AC, 3A Resistance: 100 Ω to 2.5 kΩ External contact output (transistor) Heater current detection input
Analog input: ±0.05% of F.S. or less 30 V DC, 3 A UP
L L
111 (resistance load) Feedback input Heater break alarm-1 510
111 HAL1 507
Analog output: ±0.05% of F.S. or less Current (mA)
output CT1
511
(Each within rated voltage range) 112 112 input + 510 Heater break alarm-2 HAL2 508 CT2
output
511 512
Allowable range: (24 V AC/DC power supply: Optional suffix code /DC) Common COM 509 COM
100-240 V AC (±10%)
(free voltage) - 512
50/60 Hz shared Transistor contact rating: 24 V DC, 50 mA
When feedback input is current

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■ UP35A (Continued from page 3) [ Operations 13. Troubleshooting ] n Errors at Power On
The errors shown below may occur in the fault diagnosis when the power is turned on. (For details of Setpoint display and input/output action when each error occurs, see User’s Manual.
E4-terminal area E1-terminal area
301-306 E1-Terminal Area 501-506 E4-Terminal Area PV display
Setpoint display Status indicator Parameter that displays error
(Operation Error description Cause and diagnosis Remedy
(Operation Display) (Operation Display) details
Display)
101 501 401 301 201
-112 -512 -412 -306 -212 Contact output DO (Suffix code: Type 2=1) Contact input DI (Suffix code: Type 2=1) Faulty.
Indication off Indication off — — Faulty MCU RAM / MCU ROM MCU RAM / MCU ROM are failed.
External contact output External contact input Contact us for repair.
101 501 401 301 201
No-voltage Faulty.
102 502 302 202
UP
contact
UP Transistor contact UP SYS - - - - - — System data error System data is corrupted.
Contact us for repair.
Time event-4 output DO15 301 COM
Common 501 COM 501
103 503 303 203 +5V PAR 0004 User (parameter) default value User parameter is corrupted.
Time event-3 output DO14 302 Bit-0 of DI41 (for user default value error only) error Initialized to factory default value.
104 504 304 204 program pattern number 502 DI41 502
+5V
Bit-1 of DI42 PAR 0010 Setup parameter error
Setup parameter data is corrupted. Check and reconfigure the initialized
105 505 305 205 Time event-2 output DO13 303 503 DI42 503 (for setup parameter error only) Initialized to user default value.
program pattern number +5V
setting parameters. Error indication is
Setup parameter (PA.ER)
106 506 306 206 Bit-2 of DI43 PAR 0020 Operation parameter data is corrupted. erased when the power is turned on
Alarm-2 DO12 304 504 DI43 504 Operation parameter error
107 507 407 207
program pattern number +5V ERR (for operation parameter error only) — Initialized to user default value. again.
DI44
Alarm-1 DO11 305 Factory default: No function 505 DI44 505 PAR 0040 Program pattern error
Program pattern data is corrupted.
108 508 408 208 +5V (for program pattern error only) All program patterns are deleted.
DI45
109 509 409 Common COM 306 Factory default: No function 506 DI45 506
Inconsistence of system data and
SLOT 0015 Nonresponding hardware of hardware of extended function.
110 510 410 210 Transistor contact rating: 24 V DC, 50 mA Contact rating: 12 V DC, 10 mA or more Function can be assigned to the (0015: Error occurs to all Faulty.
Setup parameter (OP.ER) extended function (E1 to E4- Nonresponding communication between
Function can be changed. terminals with no function. hardware of E1 to E4-terminal Contact us for repair.
111 511 411 211 terminal areas) hardware of extended function (E1 to E4-
areas.)
112
terminal areas).
512 412 212 Program patterns can be selected according to Rightmost decimal point Initialized to calibrated default value because
the combination of ON and OFF contact inputs. Calibration value error
Normal on PV display blinks. of corrupted factory default value. Faulty.
Normal indication Setup parameter (PA.ER)
indication Rightmost decimal point Contact us for repair.
E3-terminal area    Program pattern no. Faulty FRAM Data writing (storing) to FRAM is impossible.
on Symbol display blinks.
1 2 3 4
Normal Ladder program is corrupted.
DI41 ON OFF ON OFF Normal indication LADDER lamp blinks Setup parameter (LA.ER) Corrupted ladder program Download the ladder program again.
indication Operates without ladder program.
DI42 OFF ON ON OFF
DI43 OFF OFF OFF ON Normal 0.000 00000
(Decimal point on the left of — Setup parameter (OP.ER) User profile error User profile is corrupted. Download the user profile again.
indication
the Symbol display blinks)

[ Operations 13. Troubleshooting ] n Errors during Operation


The errors shown below may occur during operation. (For input/output action when each error occurs, see User’s Manual.
PV display
Setpoint display Status indicator Parameter that displays
(Operation Error description Cause and diagnosis Remedy
(Operation Display) (Operation Display) error details
Display)
Analog input terminal ADC error Faulty.
AD.ERR Normal indication (Note) — Setup parameter (AD1.E)
•PV input
Analog input terminal AD value error
Contact us for repair.
RJC.E Faulty.
(Displays RJC. Normal indication (Note) Universal input terminal RJC error Contact us for repair.
— Setup parameter (AD1.E) Universal input terminal RJC error
E and PV •PV input Set the parameter RJC to OFF to erase
alternately.) error indication.
Check wiring and sensor.
Analog input terminal burnout error
Setup parameter (AD1.E) Analog input terminal sensor burnout Error indication is erased in normal
•PV input
401-412 E3-Terminal Area B.OUT Normal indication (Note) —
operation.
Check wiring and sensor of connected
analog input terminals.
Setup parameter (PV1.E) PV input burnout error Burnout of analog input connected to PV
Error indication is erased in normal
RS-485 communication RS485 Ethernet communication (with gateway function) operation.
RS-485 (Suffix code: 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX ETHR PV input over-scale PV input is out of -5 to 105%. Also occurs
Type 3=1) RJ45 connector (Suffix code: Type 3=2) OVER Normal indication — Setup parameter (PV1.E) PV input under-scale when the data out of range which is the
Check analog input value or ladder
SDB(+) 407
-OVER (PV values out of -5 to 105%) ladder calculation result is input.
program.
SDA(-) 408
Upper side LED (baud rate)
Check wiring of feedback input resistor/
Color Amber Normal Feedback input resistor/current
SG 409
indication OUT - - - - - — Setup parameter (AD2.E)
burnout
Feedback input burnout current. Error indication is erased in
Lit 100M bps normal operation.
RDB(+) 410 Unlit 10M bps RS-485
Floating point computation for ladder
Lower side LED (link activity) Ladder calculation overflow Check the ladder program.
RSB(+) 407
calculation is infinite.
RDA(-) 411
Color Green
Computation does not end within the
Lit Linked Change the control period or reduce
RSA(-) 408 control period. (When the load factor is
Load factor over 100% the number of steps for the ladder
Blink Active 100% or more, and the computation does
SG 409 program.
Unlit Link failure Normal indication LADDER lamp blinks Setup parameter (LA.ER) not end within the control period.)
Normal Load factor over 200% Computation does not end within the control Change the control period or reduce the
indication (Forced end) period (load factor is 200% or more). number of steps for the ladder program.
Download the ladder program again. If
Ladder program error Ladder program is corrupted. the error indication is still not erased,
there is a fault. Contact us for repair.
PROFIBUS-DP communication (with Modbus master) DeviceNet communication (with Modbus master) CC-Link communication (with Modbus master) 0.000 00000 Check that the target devices are
(Decimal point on the left of — Setup parameter (OP.ER) Peer-to-peer communication error Peer-to-peer communication error connected correctly.
VP
PROF CAN_H DNET DA CC-L the Symbol display blinks) Recovery at normal receipt.
1 Data 390Ω 1 1
CHK line (Suffix code: Type 3=4) 121Ω (Suffix code: Type 3=5) CHK 110Ω (Suffix code: Type 3=3) Auto-tuning does not end even when 24 Check the process. Hold down any key to
2
RDY
RxD/TxD-P 2
CHK CAN_L
2
DB
AT.E Normal indication — Setup parameter (PV1.E) Auto-tuning time-out
hours have elapsed after the start of tuning. erase the error indication
3 Data 220Ω
If the UT is located at the end 3 If the UT is located at 3 If the UT is located at
ERR line
RxD/TxD-N of a segment for the L ERR Fully-closed valve position is equal to or larger
4 the end of a segment 4 the end of a segment Valve position automatic Check wiring and valve. Hold down any
4
390Ω PROFIBUS 5
MNS for the DeviceNet 5
L RUN for the CC-Link VAT.E Normal indication — Setup parameter (AD2.E)
adjustment error
than the fully-open valve position after automatic
key to erase the error indication.
5 valve position adjustment is performed.
DGND communication wiring, communication wiring, communication wiring,
terminating resistors are terminating resistors terminating resistors Framing parity error
Pin Signal name Description Pin Signal name Description Pin Signal name Description
separately needed. are separately needed. are separately needed. Buffer overflow
These are to be prepared by 1 V+ DeviceNet power supply 24V These are to be 1 FG Flame ground These are to be
1 VP +5V bus power
2 CAN_H 2 SLD Normal 0.000 00000 Communication error
Inter-character time-out Check the communication parameters.
Data signal users. (390 Ω: 2 pcs. 220 Ω: RX/TX + signal prepared by users. Shield prepared by users. (Decimal point on the left of — Setup parameter (OP.ER) Checksum error (PC link communication with Recovery at normal receipt.
2 RxD/TxD-P indication (RS-485 communication)
(positive data receive/transmit) 1 pc., or an active 3 DRAIN Shield/Drain wire (121 Ω: 1 pc.) 3 DG RX/TX signal ground (110 Ω: 1 pc.) checksum) Hold down any key to stop blinking.
the Symbol display blinks)
terminator.) 4 4
3
Data signal
RxD/TxD-N CAN_L RX/TX - signal DB RX/TX - signal CRC check error (Modbus/RTU)
(negative data recive/transmit) 5 DeviceNet power supply common 5 DA RX/TX + signal LRC check error (Modbus/ASCII)
V-
4 DGND Signal ground
5 SHIELD Shield ground
LED Lit/flashing Unlit LED Lit Unlit
Normal 0.000 00000
CHK CHK User profile error/ (Decimal point on the left of — Setup parameter (OP.ER) User profile error User profile is corrupted. Download the user profile again.
User profile error Normal Normal indication
LED Lit Unlit
RS-485
(red)
RS-485 (red) Address error RS-485 the Symbol display blinks)
CHK Normal, communicating
User profile error Normal Normal Rightmost decimal point on
(red) successfully (green, lit). L ERR Communication failure Normal indication Setup parameter (PA.ER) Faulty FRAM Writing (storing) data to FRAM is impossible. Faulty. Contact us for repair.
RSB(+) 407 Not connected (green, flashing). RSB(+) 407 Normal RSB(+) 407 indication Symbol display blinks.
(red) (CRC error)
RDY Normal No electricity, or MNS
Faulty MCU / DCU
Communicating Communication (green Critical link failure (red, lit).
(green) successfully RSA(-) 408 No electricity RSA(-) 408 RSA(-) 408 Undefined Undefined — — MCU / DCU is corrupted. Faulty. Contact us for repair.
failure /red) Connection timeout (red, flashing) No carrier (ROM / RAM error, corrupted)
Not connected, or L RUN Normal detected/
ERR (green) Communicating successfully Communication
communication Normal SG 409 At power-on/Communication SG 409 SG 409
(red) failure (flashing) faulted (green/red, flashing) timeout Note: When an error occurs in input shown in Analog input display (Operation display), Setpoint display shows the same symbol as the PV display.

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parameter (IN) is
displayed.
Initial value: OFF

3. Quick Setting Function (Setting of Input and Output) Operation forPress


Setting
the SET/ENTER key.
Operation UP35A · To select the parameter setting displayed as the initial value, press the Down arrow
Guide Program Controller The Quick setting function is a function to easily set the basic function of the control- 4. key to move to the next parameter.
OFF blinks.
Operation Guide ler. · To change and set theBlinking allowssetting,
parameter you to press the SET/ENTER key to start
Turn on the controller to start the Quick setting function. change
the setpoint blinking. The the setting.
blinking state allows you to make changes (set-
Initial Settings This function allows you to easily set the control type, input, and output, and quickly ting mode). Use the Up/Down/Left/Right arrow keys to change the setpoint.
start the control action. Press the SET/ENTER keyUp
to arrow
register
Press the key.the setting.
The items (parameters) to be set by Quick setting function are as follows.

5.■ Making Settings Using Quick Setting Function


(1) Control type (PID control, Heating/cooling control, etc.)
(2) Input function (PV input type, range, scale (at voltage input), etc.) Select NO to return to
This operation guide describes basic settings and operations of the UP35A. (4) (1) (3) Output function (control output type and cycle time) Example: Setting to PID control, thermocouple type K
the Operation (range of 0.0 to
Display.
For details of each function, see the electronic manual. (2) 500.00C), and current K1 is displayed.
control output
The scrolling guide is displayed on PV display in the Parameter Setting Display.
This guide can be turned on/off with the MODE key. After turning on the controller, first decide whether or not to use the Quick setting function. For the detailed procedure and switching of displays, see "Flow of Quick Setting
(5) (3) Function" below.Press
For the
the parameters
SET/ENTERto set, see the next page.
key.
Operation in Initial Display
No. in figure Name Description · Press the SET/ENTER key while YES is displayed to start the Quick setting function. 6.(1) Press the SET/ENTER key while YES for QSM (Quick setting mode) is displayed.
Contents Used to switch the Operation Displays. · If you change YES to NO and press the SET/ENTER key, Operation Display will (2) Set the control type parameter (CNT) to PID (PID control).
Press the key in the Operation Display to switch the provided
appear without starting the Quick setting function. (3) Set the PV input type parameter (IN) to K1 (-270.0 to 1370.0 0C).
1. Names and Functions of Display Parts (1) DISPLAY key Operation Displays. K1 has been registered.
Press the key in the Menu Display or Parameter Setting Display (4) Set the PV input unit parameter (UNIT) to C (Degree Celsius).
2. Setup Procedure to return to the Operation Display. (5) Set the maximum value of PV input range parameter (RH) to 500.0.
3. Quick Setting Function (Setting of Input and Output) Hold down the key for 3 seconds to move to the Operation (6) Set the minimum value of PV input range parameter (RL) to 0.0.
4. Adjusting Valve Position Automatically (for a Position Proportional Type Controller Only) Parameter Setting Display. (7) Set the output type selection parameter (OT) to OUT terminals (current).
Hold down the key and the Left arrow key simultaneously for 3
5. Setting Alarm Type (8) Finally, EXIT is Press
displayed. Change
(2) PARAMETER key seconds to move to the Setup Parameter Setting Display. the Down arrowNO
key.to YES and press the SET/ENTER key to
6. Setting Alarm Setpoint Press the key in the Parameter Setting Display to return to the complete the setup. Operation Display appears.
Menu Display. Press the key once to cancel the parameter set-

1. Names and Functions of Display Parts ting (setpoint is blinking).


SET/ENTER key
7. The PV input unit parameter
Press the key in the Menu Display to move to the Parameter ■ Flow of Quick Setting Function (UNIT) is displayed.
Initial value: C (Degree
Setting Display of the Menu. Press the key in the Parameter
Setting Display to transfer to the parameter setting mode In Quick setting mode, the parameter guide appears on PV display. Celsius)
(setpoint is blinking), and the parameter can be changed. This guide can be turned on/off with the MODE key. Press the Down arrow key.
Press the key during parameter setting mode to register the
(1)
(9) setpoint.
SET/ENTER key Power-on
Up/Down/Left/Right arrow keys The upper limit value of the
(3) Up/Down/Left/Right
Press the Left/Right arrow keys in the Menu Display to switch 8. setting range is displayed for the
(2) arrow keys
(4) the Displays.
parameter RH (maximum value
Press the Up/Down/Left/Right arrow keys in the Parameter
(3) Setting Display to switch the Displays. Quick setting starts of PV input range).
(10)
(5) Press the Up/Down arrow keys during parameter setting mode
(11) (6)
(setpoint is blinking) to change a setpoint.
Press the Left/Right arrow keys during parameter setting mode
1. Press the SET/ENTER key.
(setpoint is blinking) to move between digits according to the parameter.
(12) (7) It is the communication interface for the adapter cable used when 9.
(4) Light-loader interface setting and storing parameters from a PC. The LL50A Parameter [NO]
(8) The last digit of the upper limit value blinks.
Setting Software (sold separately) is required.
RUN key: Press the RUN key for 1 second while an operation [YES]
(2) + (3) + (4) : Setpoint display display is shown starts the program pattern operation. Change the setpoint using the Up/Down
RST key: Press the RST key for 1 second while an operation arrow keys to increase and decrease the
Press the SET/ENTER key Select NO with the Down
No. in figure Name Description display is shown stops the program pattern operation. value and the Left/Right arrow keys to
while YES is displayed to start arrow key and press the
MODE key: Presents a display for switching between the HOLD, move between digits.
Displays PV. the Quick setting.
PV display Displays an error code if an error occurs.
RUN key ADVANCE, PROG, RESET, LOCAL and AUTO/MAN.
2.
SET/ENTER key. 10.
(1)
(white or red) Displays the scrolling guide in the Menu Display and Parameter (5)
RST key In order to change the operation mode, press the SET/ First, the control type The parameter RH (maximum
MODE key ENTER key while the setpoint is blinking. parameter (CNT) is displayed. value of PV input range) has been
Setting Display when the guide display ON/OFF is set to ON.
PTN key PTN key: A program pattern number can be selected during the Initial value: PID (PID control) changed to 500.0.
1 to 4 represent pattern numbers in the Operation Display. operation except the program pattern operation. (The
Group display (pattern H/C (Heating/cooling control)
(2) Displays a group number (1 to 4 or R) and terminal area (E1 to E4) program pattern number displayed on the Group display
number) (green) for Heating/cooling type unit. Press the SET/ENTER key.
in the Parameter Setting Display. blinks.) When the PTN key is pressed while the program
(3) Symbol display (orange) Displays a parameter symbol. pattern number is blinking, the blink stops. Press the Down arrow key.
(4) Data display (orange) Displays a parameter setpoint and menu symbol. Users can assign functions to the key using parameters. 11.
Displays the event status and the segment position in the Operation Note: The communication connector (maintenance port) for LL50A Parameter Setting Software is
3. The PV input type
Bar-graph display parameter (IN) is
(5) (event, alarm)
Display. (Default values: Time event status, Alarm status) on the top of the unit. The setpoint for the parameter
Displays control output value (OUT) and measured input value (PV). displayed.
RH has been registered.
2. Setup Procedure
(orange) Initial value: OFF
The data to be displayed can be set by the parameter.
Event indicator Lit when the PV events occur.
(6) Press the SET/ENTER key.
(orange) Event displays can be set by the parameter. The following flowchart shows the setup procedure for UP35A.
Key navigation indica- Lit or blinks when the Up/Down or Left/Right arrow key operation
(7)
tor (green) is possible. Installation
Displays the setting conditions of the parameter display level func-
and wiring Install and wire a controller. 4. OFF blinks. Press the Down arrow key.

tion.
Blinking allows you to
Power ON change the setting. Follow the same procedure to set RL to 0.0 and
Parameter display level Parameter display level EASY PRO
(8) OT to 00.02.
indicator (green) Easy setting mode Lit Unlit Set other parameters as needed.
Standard setting mode Unlit Unlit Use NO Press the Up arrow key.
Professional setting mode Unlit Lit Quick setting
function?
Displays the status of increment, constancy, and decrement of the
YES
5. Select NO to return to
program setpoint.
the Operation Display.
Program monitor : Lit when a program setpoint is increasing.
(9) K1 is displayed.
(green) : Lit when a program setpoint is constant. Control type setup Finally, EXIT is displayed.
Control type setup
Input/output setup
12. Press the SET/ENTER key to swtich to the setting mode.
: Lit when a program setpoint is decreasing.
Press the SET/ENTER key. Change NO to YES and press the SET/ENTER key to
Input setup complete the setup of the basic function.
Displays the operating conditions and control status.
Operation Display appears.
Indicator Description
Position Position
6. The Quick setting function continues in the NO state.
YES YES
HLD Lit when in hold mode (HLD). proportional proportional
type? type?
Status indicator Lit when in program pattern operation mode K1 has been registered.
(10) PRG (PRG). Lit while the Starting time of program NO For Position proportional type NO
(green and red)
operation (S.TM) is available.
Valve position Output setup
RST Lit when in reset mode (RST). adjustment
Lit when in manual mode (MAN). Operation Display
MAN
Blinks during auto-tuning.
Displays the measured
(11) Security indicator (red) Lit if a password is set. The setup parameter settings are locked. Press the Down arrow key. input value (PV).
Ladder operation Lit while the ladder program operation is executed. Programming Set the program pattern.
(12) Displays the starting
indicator (green)
target setpoint (SSP).
Other setup Set the other parameters as needed. 7. The PV input unit parameter
(UNIT) is displayed.
Initial value: C (Degree
PID tuning Adjust PID using auto-tuning or manually for PID control.
Celsius)
Press the Down arrow key.
Operation Monitoring and control of regular operations

The upper limit value of the


8. setting range is displayed for the
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parameter RH (maximum value
of PV input range).
displayed.
Note 1: “Open/closed” shows status of relay contact, and “lit/unlit” shows status of EV (event) lamp.
Press the SET/ENTER key. Note 2: Positive setpoint, Negative setpoint

■ Parameters to be set 1. Setting Display of Alarm Type Stand-by Action


5. The last digit of the setpoint blinks.
ºC
Control Type Show the Operation Display. Treated
Normal Abnormal
as normal The alarm output
turns on.
Parameter Symbol Name of Parameter Setting Range MAN PV low limit
Change the setpoint using the Up/Down arrow keys
PID: PID control is lit Alarm type alarm setpoint
CNT Control type
ONOF: ON/OFF control (1 point of hysteresis) to increase and decrease the value and the Without (0) or With (1) The alarm output does not turn on
ONOF2: ON/OFF control (2 points of hysteresis) Left/Right arrow keys to move between digits. Stand-by action in this region even if the PV valule
H/C: Heating/cooling control
+ Energized (0) / De-energized (1) is below PV low limit alarm setpoint.
Note: Some setpoints may not be displayed depending on the model and suffix codes. Hold down the keys for 3 seconds. Press the SET/ENTER key. Latch action (0/1/2/3/4)
See User’s Manual.
* When a password is set, PASS is displayed.
Input Function 2. If the correct password is not entered, setup 6. The alarm-1 type setpoint 02 (PV low limit) is Power-on Time

Parameter Symbol Name of Parameter Setting Range parameters cannot be changed. registered.
OFF: Disable After the setup is completed, press the DISPLAY Note that the SP in reset-mode is SSP (Starting target setpoint).
K1: -270.0 to 1370.0 0C / -450.0 to 2500.0 0F
CTL menu is displayed.
key once to return to the Operation Display.
K2: -270.0 to 1000.0 0C / -450.0 to 2300.0 0F
K3: -200.0 to 500.0 0C / -200.0 to 1000.0 0F
Press the Right arrow key until OUT menu Symbol Stand-by action 6. Setting Alarm Setpoint
J: -200.0 to 1200.0 0C / -300.0 to 2300.0 0F appears. Energized/De-energized
T1: -270.0 to 400.0 0C / -450.0 to 750.0 0F 3. Latch action The following operating procedure shows an example of setting the alarm-1 setpoint
T2: 0.0 to 400.0 0C / -200.0 to 750.0 0F
B: 0.0 to 1800.0 0C / 32 to 3300 0F to 180.0. (These alarms work irrespective of the operation mode.)
S: 0.0 to 1700.0 0C / 32 to 3100 0F OUT menu is displayed. ● To change the alarm type, change the last 2 digits of the Before setting the alarm setpoint, check the alarm type.
R: 0.0 to 1700.0 0C / 32 to 3100 0F
5-digit value. To change the alarm type, see “5. Setting Alarm Type.”
N: -200.0 to 1300.0 0C / -300.0 to 2400.0 0F Press the SET/ENTER key. ● Stand-by action and excitation are turned on or off by
E: -270.0 to 1000.0 0C / -450.0 to 1800.0 0F
L: -200.0 to 900.0 0C / -300.0 to 1600.0 0F selecting 1 or 0. (See “Setting Display of Alarm Type.”) 1. Show the Operation Display.
U1: -200.0 to 400.0 0C / -300.0 to 750.0 0F 4. ● For the latch action, see User ’s Manual.
U2: 0.0 to 400.0 0C / -200.0 to 1000.0 0F
W: 0.0 to 2300.0 0C / 32 to 4200 0F
The parameter V.AT (automatic valve 2. Display MODE menu with the same procedure as described in
IN PV input type
PL2: 0.0 to 1390.0 0C / 32.0 to 2500.0 0F
position adjustment) is displayed. Setting Alarm Type.
P2040: 0.0 to 1900.0 0C / 32 to 3400 0F
WRE: 0.0 to 2000.0 0C / 32 to 3600 0F
Press the SET/ENTER key.
Alarm Type (Alarm Setpoint) Alarm Action (Energized) Alarm Action (De-energized) Press the Right arrow key.
JPT1: -200.0 to 500.0 0C / -300.0 to 1000.0 0F
JPT2: -150.00 to 150.00 0C / -200.0 to 300.0 0F No alarm (00) - -
PT1: -200.0 to 850.0 0C / -300.0 to 1560.0 0F 5. Hysteresis Hysteresis
3.
PT2: -200.0 to 500.0 0C / -300.0 to 1000.0 0F PV high limit (01)
PT3: -150.00 to 150.00 0C / -200.0 to 300.0 0F OFF blinks.
Analog input PV high limit (19) Open Closed Closed Open
0.4-2V: 0.400 to 2.000 V (unlit) (lit) (unlit) (lit)
1-5V: 1.000 to 5.000 V AL menu is displayed.
4-20: 4.00 to 20.00 mA PV Alarm setpoint PV Alarm setpoint
0-2V: 0.000 to 2.000 V Press the Up arrow key.
0-10V: 0.00 to 10.00 V
0-20: 0.00 to 20.00 mA 6. Hysteresis Hysteresis
-1020: -10.00 to 20.00 mV ON is displayed. PV low limit (02)
Open
Analog input PV low limit (20) Closed Open Closed
0-100: 0.0 to 100.0 mV Blinks during the change. (lit) (unlit) (lit) (unlit)

UNIT PV input unit


-: No unit, C: Degree Celsius
Alarm setpoint Alarm setpoint PV
Press the SET/ENTER key.
-: No unit, - -: No unit, - - -: No unit, F: Degree Fahrenheit PV
Depends on the input type.
Maximum value of - For temperature input - Press the SET/ENTER key.
Hysteresis
4.
RH Set the temperature range that is actually controlled. Hysteresis
PV input range
(RL<RH) 7. ON has been registered and the automatic SP high limit (03) Open Closed Closed Open The parameter A1 is displayed.
- For voltage / current input - (unlit) (lit) (unlit) (lit)
Set the range of a voltage / current signal that is applied. adjustment of the valve position starts. Target SP high limit (09) A1 to A8 represent the alarm-1 to -8
SP or Alarm setpoint SP or Alarm setpoint
Minimum value of
The scale across which the voltage / current signal is V.AT blinks during the automatic Target SP setpoints.
RL actually controlled should be set using the maximum value Target SP
PV input range
of input scale (SH) and minimum value of input scale (SL).
adjustment.
(Input is always 0% when RL = RH.) After the adjustment is completed, press Hysteresis Hysteresis
Each parameter can be changed in the
PV input scale 0: No decimal place 3: Three decimal places the DISPLAY key or DISP key once to Closed Open Open Closed
SP low limit (04) (lit) (unlit) (lit) (unlit) Parameter Setting Displays of alarms using
SDP decimal point 1: One decimal place 4: Four decimal places return to the Operation Display. Target SP low limit (10)
position 2: Two decimal places Alarm setpoint SP or Alarm setpoint SP or arrow keys.
SH
Maximum value of Target SP Target SP Up/Down arrow keys: changing parameters
PV input scale ● When the adjustment is completed normally, the indication
-19999 to 30000, (SL<SH), | SH - SL | ≤ 30000
SL
Minimum value of automatically returns to OFF. Hysteresis Hysteresis
PV input scale
● When VAT.E appears on PV display, it indicates an error. Deviation high limit (05) Open Closed Closed Open
Note 1: SDP, SH, and SL are displayed only for voltage/current input. Target SP deviation high (unlit) (lit) (unlit) (lit) Display the parameter that need to
Note 2: W: W-5%Re/W-26%Re (Hoskins Mfg.Co.), ASTM E988 Check the wiring for feedback input and perform the automatic limit (11)
Deviation setpoint be changed.
PV Deviation setpoint
adjustment again. To perform a valve adjustment manually, see PV
Output Function User’s Manual. SP or Target SP SP or Target SP
Press the SET/ENTER key.
Hysteresis Hysteresis
Parameter Symbol Name of Parameter Setting Range
Open
Control output or Heating- Cooling-side control output Deviation low limit (06) Closed
(lit)
Open
(unlit) (lit)
Closed
(unlit) 5.
side control output (Lower
two digits)
(Upper two digits)
5. Setting Alarm Type Target SP deviation low limit (12)
Deviation setpoint PV Deviation setpoint PV Blinks during the change.
00: OFF 00: OFF SP or Target SP SP or Target SP
Output type selection
01: OUT terminals (voltage 01: OUT terminals (voltage The following operating procedure shows an example of changing the alarm-1 type
pulse) pulse) Hysteresis Hysteresis Hysteresis Hysteresis
OT 02: OUT terminals (current) 02: OUT terminals (current) (factory default: PV high limit alarm) to PV low limit alarm (setpoint: 02) (These Deviation high and low Change the setpoint using the Up/Down
Closed Open Closed Open Closed Open
Upper two digits 03: OUT terminals (relay) 03: OUT terminals (relay) alarms work irrespective of the operation mode.) limits (07) (lit) (unlit) (lit) (lit) (unlit) (lit) arrow keys to increase and decrease the
Lower two digits 06: OUT2 terminals (relay) 06: OUT2 terminals (relay) Target SP deviation high and
value and the Left/Right arrow keys to
07: RET/OUT2 terminals
(voltage pulse)
07: RET/OUT2 terminals
(voltage pulse)
1. low limits (13) Deviation
setpoint
PV Deviation
setpoint
PV
move between digits.
SP or Target SP SP or Target SP
08: RET/OUT2 terminals 08: RET/OUT2 terminals
(current) (current) Show the Operation Display. Hysteresis Hysteresis Hysteresis Hysteresis
Press the SET/ENTER key.
Control output cycle Deviation within high and low Open Closed Open Open
Closed Closed
time limits (08) (unlit) (lit) (unlit) (unlit) (lit) (unlit)
Heating-side control Target SP deviation within high
CT Deviation PV Deviation PV
output cycle time and low limits (14)
(in Heating/cooling 0.5 to 1000.0 s setpoint setpoint
6. The setpoint has been registered.
control) Hold down the key for 3 seconds. SP or Target SP SP or Target SP
After the setup is completed, press
CTc
Cooling-side control Hysteresis Hysteresis the DISPLAY key once to return to
output cycle time
2. Control output high limit (15)
Cooling-side control output
Open
(unlit)
Closed
(lit)
Closed
(unlit)
Open
(lit)
the Operation Display.
high limit (17)
4. Adjusting Valve Position Automatically MODE menu is displayed.
Output Alarm setpoint Output Alarm setpoint

(for a Position Proportional Type Controller Only) Press the Right arrow key until ALRM menu appears. Hysteresis Hysteresis
The following operating procedure describes how to input feedback signals from the 3. Control output low limit (16)
Cooling-side control output
Closed
(lit)
Open
(unlit)
Open
(lit)
Closed
(unlit)
control valve and adjust the fully-open and fully-closed positions of the control valve low limit (18)
automatically. The fully-open and fully-closed positions of the valve can be adjusted Alarm setpoint Output Alarm setpoint Output
ALRM menu is displayed.
automatically by inputting feedback signals from the valve. To adjust the valve posi-
tion, you need to carry out the connection and bring the controller into manual mode.
For the connection, see “6. Terminal Wiring Diagrams” in "Installation and Wiring",
Press the SET/ENTER key. Feedback input high limit (27) Fault diagnosis alarm (30)
Burnout of PV input, ADC failure, RJC error.
and for the manual mode, see “5. Switching between AUTO and MAN” in "Opera-
tions." The automatic adjustment can be done in program pattern operation and local Press the Up/Down arrow keys to display the Feedback input low limit (28)
operation. 4. parameter needs to be changed. FAIL (31)
For the factory default, the contact output is turned ON in normal operation,
PV velocity (29)
The parameter AL1 (alarm-1 type) is OFF at the time of FAIL. Control output: OFF or 0%, Alarm output: OFF

displayed. Note 1: “Open/closed” shows status of relay contact, and “lit/unlit” shows status of EV (event) lamp.
Note 2: Positive setpoint, Negative setpoint
Press the SET/ENTER key.
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Setting Display of Alarm Type Stand-by Action

5. ºC Normal Abnormal
keys to increase and decrease the value and the Change the setpoint using the Up/Down arrow
Left/Right arrow keys to move between digits. keys to increase and decrease the value and the
Left/Right arrow keys to move between digits.

2. Creating Program Patterns 12. 26.


Operation UP35A Press the SET/ENTER key. Press the SET/ENTER key.

Guide Program Controller The following operating procedure describes an example of creating the program
Operation Guide discussed in “1. Overview of Program Patterns.” Segment time=50 minutes Segment time=30 minutes
Programming Press the Down arrow key. Press the Down arrow key.

Before creating the program, reverify the PV Input Range, Program 13. Set the segment PID number. 27. Set the segment PID number.
Time Unit (TMU), and Segment Setting Method (SEG.T) parameters. Keep the initial value. Press the SET/ENTER key. (Blinks during the change.)
If the setting of these setup parameter is changed, the program pat- Change the setpoint using the Up/Down arrow
CAUTION terns created and stored so far will be all cleared (initialized) !! Be
keys to increase and decrease the value.
This operation guide describes basic program settings of the UP35A. careful. Press the Down arrow key.
For details of each function, see the electronic manual.
The scrolling guide is displayed on PV display in the Parameter Setting Display.
This guide can be turned on/off with the MODE key. (The scrolling guide is OFF when 14. Set the junction code.
28. Press the SET/ENTER key.
displaying the Program parameter setting display first.) Keep the initial value.
1. Show the Operation Display.
Segment PID number=2
Contents RST
Press the Down arrow key. Press the Down arrow key.
lamp
1. Overview of Program Patterns is lit.
15. Set the PV event-1 type. 29. Set the junction code.
2. Creating Program Patterns Press the SET/ENTER key. (Blinks during the change.) In this case, the former segment is left unchanged.
3. Program Pattern Setup Charts Change the setpoint using the Up/Down arrow
Hold down the keys for 3 seconds. keys to increase and decrease the value and the
Left/Right arrow keys to move between digits. Press the Down arrow key.
1. Overview of Program Patterns 2. 16. Press the SET/ENTER key. 30. Set the PV event-1 type.
The programming example given here demonstrates how to do the tasks outlined Press the SET/ENTER key. (Blinks during the change.)
below. MODE menu is displayed. Change the setpoint using the Up/Down arrow
1) Program the controller to start program operation at 50.0°C and raise the PV event-1 type=Deviation high limit keys to increase and decrease the value and the
Press the Right arrow key.
temperature up to 100.0°C in 50 minutes. Press the Down arrow key. Left/Right arrow keys to move between digits.
Press the Down arrow key.
2) When the temperature reaches 100.0°C, keep it at this level for 30 minutes. 3. 17. Set the PV event-1 setpoint. 31.
3) Raise the temperature up to 200.0°C in 60 minutes. Press the SET/ENTER key.
4) When the temperature reaches 200.0°C, keep it at this level for 30 minutes. Press the SET/ENTER key. (Blinks during the change.)
PROG menu is displayed. Change the setpoint using the Up/Down arrow
5) Lower the temperature to 50.0°C in 50 minutes.
keys to increase and decrease the value and the PV event-1 type=PV high limit
6) When the temperature reaches 50.0°C, keep it at this level for 30 minutes. Press the SET/ENTER key.
Left/Right arrow keys to move between digits. Press the Down arrow key.
PV input ranges are following: 4. Change the setpoint using the Up/Down arrow 18. 32. Set the PV event-1 setpoint.
Press the SET/ENTER key.
Maximum value of PV input range: 250.0°C keys to increase and decrease the value and the Press the SET/ENTER key. (Blinks during the change.)
Minimum value of PV input range: 0.0°C Left/Right arrow keys to move between digits.
Change the setpoint using the Up/Down arrow
PV input unit: C PTNO.=1 PV event-1 setpoint=5.0°C keys to increase and decrease the value and the
Press the SET/ENTER key. Press the Down arrow key (until TIM1 appears.) Left/Right arrow keys to move between digits.
Zone PID selection (ZON): Segment PID selection (0)
Segment setting method (SEG.T): Segment time setting (TIME)
5. When SEGNO.=0, set the common parameter for
19. 33.
the pattern specified. Press the SET/ENTER key.
Program time unit (TMU): hour.minute (HH.MM) Time event-1 starts from the Off state.
When SEGNO.=1 to 20 (40), set the parameter for
the segment specified.
Setpoint PV event-1 setpoint=110.0°C
Pattern number Press the Down arrow key. Press the Down arrow key (until TIM1 appears.)
SEGNO.=0
Press the SET/ENTER key.
Seg.1 Seg.2 Seg.3 Seg.4 Seg.5 Seg.6 20. Set the On time. 34.
Press the SET/ENTER key. (Blinks during the change.) Time event-1 starts from the Off state.
6. Set the common parameter of the specified pattern.
TSP TSP Change the setpoint using the Up/Down arrow
Press the SET/ENTER key. (Blinks during the change.) keys to increase and decrease the value and the
200.0ºC Change the setpoint using the Up/Down arrow Left/Right arrow keys to move between digits.
keys to increase and decrease the value and the Press the Down arrow key (until TIM2 appears.)
Left/Right arrow keys to move between digits.
21. Press the SET/ENTER key.

TSP 7. Press the SET/ENTER key. 35. Set the time event 2.
100.0ºC On time=25 minutes Press the SET/ENTER key. (Blinks during the change.)
TSP Starting target setpoint=50.0°C Change the setpoint using the Up/Down arrow
Press the Down arrow key.
SSP keys to increase and decrease the value.
Press the Down arrow key (until TSP appears.)
50.0ºC 22. There is no the Off time.
TSP
8. 36.
STC=SSP (Starting target setpoint) Press the SET/ENTER key.
Segment time Time Keep the initial value.
50 min. 30 min. 60 min. 30 min. 50 min. 30 min.
TIME Press the Down arrow key.
Segment PID number
1 2 3 4 3 2 Start condition of time event 2=ON start
S.PIDN Press the Down arrow key.
23. Time event-2 starts from the Off state. Change the Up/Down arrow keys to move the
Set the final target setpoint.
PV event 1 Dev. high (5ºC) PV high (110ºC) Dev. high (5ºC) PV high (210ºC) Dev. low (5ºC) PV low (10ºC) 9. parameters for segment-1 and the Left/Right
arrow keys to move between each segments.
Press the SET/ENTER key. (Blinks during the change.)
Time event 1 Off On Off On Off Off On Off Off
Change the setpoint using the Up/Down arrow
Off On Off On Off On keys to increase and decrease the value and the Press the Down arrow key (until TSP appears.) ● Settings for the segment 3 to 6 can be done similarly.
Time event 2
Segment 1 Left/Right arrow keys to move between digits. ● For Programming and the settings for Wait and Repeat actions,
Change the Up/Down arrow keys to move the
The display symbols of the parameters, TSP (Final target setpoint), TIME (Segment
24. parameters for segment-1 and the Left/Right see User's Manual.
time setting), and S.PID (Segmet PID number selection) are the same in each arrow keys to move between each segments.
segment. However, the segment can be recognized by the number displayed on the
Symbol display. 10. Press the SET/ENTER key. Set the final target setpoint.
Segment 2 Continues the TSP of segment 1.
See User's Manual for the Wait and Repeat actions, Zone PID, Start of program
37. Press the DISPLAY key once to return to the
Press the Down arrow key. Operation Display.
operation (Start code), Changing operation mode at segment switching (Junction Final target setpoint=100.0°C
code), Local mode. Press the Down arrow key.
25. Set the segment time.
Press the SET/ENTER key. (Blinks during the change.)
11. Set the segment time.
Change the setpoint using the Up/Down arrow
Press the SET/ENTER key. (Blinks during the change.)
keys to increase and decrease the value and the
Change the setpoint using the Up/Down arrow Left/Right arrow keys to move between digits.
keys to increase and decrease the value and the
Left/Right arrow keys to move between digits.

26. Press the SET/ENTER key.

12. Press the SET/ENTER key. Segment time=30 minutes


Press the Down arrow key.
Segment time=50 minutes
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Press the Down arrow key. 27. Set the segment PID number.
Press the SET/ENTER key. (Blinks during the change.)
3. Program Pattern Setup Charts
You can register max. 10 program segments/pattern with the UP35A controller. Cre-
< Program Pattern Data (parameters for segments) >
ate as many copies of the chart as necessary. Maximum value of PV input range / Maximum value of PV input scale ( )
Unit ( )
System name

Program No.
A program pattern can be drawn in the right table.
Program name

Model

Serial No.
Minimum value of PV input range / Minimum value of PV input scale ( )

Parameter Segments
The following parameters are necessary to be set before programming. Parameter name
symbol 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Note that the program is deleted if TMU or SEG.T is changed after creating pro- TSP Final target setpoint
grams. TIME Segment time setting
For the setting range, see "Parameters." TM.RT Segment ramp-rate setting
S.PID Segment PID number selection
< Setup Parameters > JC Junction code
Parameter symbol Parameter name User settings
PV.TY1 PV event-1 type
TMU Program time unit PV.EV1 PV event-1 setpoint
SEG.T Segment setting method PV.TY2 PV event-2 type
ZON Zone PID selection PV.EV2 PV event-2 setpoint
TME1 Start condition of time event 1
T.ON1 On time of time event 1
The following parameters are common parameters for the program pattern specified.
T.OF1 Off time of time event 1
For the setting range, see "Parameters."
TME2 Start condition of time event 2

< Program Pattern Data (common parameter) > T.ON2 On time of time event 2
T.OF2 Off time of time event 2
Parameter symbol Parameter name User settings
TME3 Start condition of time event 3
SSP Starting target setpoint
T.ON3 On time of time event 3
STC Start code
T.OF3 Off time of time event 3
WT.SW1 Wait function ON/OFF
TME4 Start condition of time event 4
WZ.UP1 Upper-side wait zone T.ON4 On time of time event 4
WZ.LO1 Lower-side wait zone T.OF4 Off time of time event 4
WT.TM1 Wait time
R.CYCL Number of repeat cycles
R.STRT Repeat cycle start segment number
R.END Repeat cycle end segment number

Error Indication at Program Pattern Creation and Editing


Error code Error information Cause of error
Pattern creation or editing Deleting or copying of the program pattern, or inserting
ERR01 is disable during program or deleting of the segment was executed during program
or local operation. operation.
The total number of segments exceeded 20 (40 when the
ERR22 Segment write error
option “/AP” is specified.)
New segment cannot be inserted because the number of
ERR23 Segment insert error segments in a pattern exceeded 20 (40 when the option
“/AP” is specified.)
Pattern source
ERR32 No pattern exists in the source.
specification error
Pattern destination
ERR33 Patterns already exist in the destination.
specification error
ERR41 Pattern delete error The pattern to be deleted does not exist.

Except the above errors, there are some error codes in communication. For details,
see User's Manual.

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of program operation) is displayed (during
program operation.)
Press the Down arrow key until the parameter AT appears.
Standard, Position Proportional, and Heating/Cooling Types 4. 4. Switching between RUN and RESET
Operation UP35A • SELECT Displays 1 to 5 (which appear when registered)
The parameter AT (auto-tuning switch) is displayed.
• Analog Input Display (display only) (factory default: non-display)
Guide Program Controller
• Position Proportional Computation Output Display (display only) (factory default:
RUN and RESET switching can be performed using any of the following: (1) key, (2)
Contact input, (3) Parameter, and (4) Communication.
Operation Guide non-display) Press the SET/ENTER key. The following shows an example of switching using the key.
Operations • PID Number Display (display only) (factory default: non-display)
For details of other switching methods and the display appearing when the operation
• Heater Break Alarm-1 Current Display (display only) (for heater break alarm option only)
• Heater Break Alarm-2 Current Display (display only) (for heater break alarm option only)
5. is started, see User’s Manual.
OFF blinks.
■ Event Display Display in RUN mode
Time event (TME), PV event (PVE) and alarm (AL) are displayed on the Bar-graph
This operation guide describes key entries for operating the UP35A. display and the Event Indicator. (factory default setting) Press the Up/Down arrow keys to display the required setpoint.
For operations using external contact inputs, see “DI” of “6. Terminal Wiring Diagrams”
Alarm 1 to 2
in “Installation and Wiring.”
If you cannot remember how to carry out an operation during setting, press the
6.
Program setpoint
DISPLAY key once. This brings you to the display (Operation Display) that appears at Blinks during the change.
power-on. Current segment number and symbol (SP)
The scrolling guide is displayed on PV display in the Parameter Setting Display.
This guide can be turned on/off with the MODE key.
PV event 1 to 2 The setting range is 1 to 8 (represent group numbers) or R. Press RUN key for 1 s.
To perform auto-tuning for the PID of group 1, set the parameter AT to 1.
PRG lamp is lit.
Contents Time event 1 to 4 To quit the auto-tuning, set the parameter to OFF.
The figure below is displayed while the right arrow key is held down.
Press the SET/ENTER key.
1. Monitoring-purpose Operation Displays Available during Operation ■ Operation Display Switching Diagram
2. Performing/Canceling Auto-tuning The setpoint has been registered.
3. Selecting Program Pattern Number (PT.No)
7. This starts auto-tuning. The number of segments included in the selected
The limiter can be set to the output during program pattern.
4. Switching between RUN and RESET
5. Switching between AUTO and MAN Program (3) Hold-mode auto-tuning. The segment number for which operation is in progress.
6. Manipulating Control Output in Manual Mode operation (1) (4) operation For details, see User’s Manual (CD-ROM).
(*1) Display in RESET mode
7. Enabling/Disabling Hold-mode (HOLD) of Program Operation
During auto-tuning,
8. Changing Program Setpoints when in Hold-mode (HOLD) (1) (2)
• The MAN lamp blinks.
9. Executing “Advance” (ADV) Function (5) • The OUT symbol appears.
10. Switching to Local-mode (LOCAL) Operation (1)
• The output values at 100.0% and 0% Starting target setpoint
11. Changing Setpoints during Local-mode (LOCAL) Operation appear alternately.
12. Troubleshooting 8.
Reset (2) Local-mode Symbol SSP
(5) operation
1. Monitoring-purpose Operation Displays Available during Operation Press RST key for 1 s.
The MAN lamp goes off, which means that RST lamp is lit.
the auto-tuning completed normally.
■ Operation Display Switching Diagram (2)
(5)
When the controller is stopped, input and outputs are as follows:
Displays the measured input value on PV display.
PV input Displays the PV value.
(1) Press RUN key for 1 s.
(2) Press RST key for 1 s. *1: For another operation, when select Control output When the zone PID selection parameter (ZON) is set to segment
SP Display 3. Selecting Program Pattern Number (PT.No)
(3) Press MODE key, select HOLD=ON and press SET/ENT key. ADV=ON and starts program PID selection, the preset output value for the PID group number 1
operation. In this case, the segment
Displays the target setpoint (SP) on Setpoint display.
(4) Press MODE key, select HOLD=OFF and SET/ENT key.
is advanced.
is output. When the zone PID selection parameter (ZON) is set to
(5) Press MODE key, select LOC=ON and press SET/ENT key. other than segment PID selection, the preset output value for the
Displays "SSP" during reset-mode.
Program pattern number selection can be performed using any of the following: (1) PID group number for which zone control is performed is output.
Displays "L.SP" during local-mode operation. Event output Turns the output off in case of an event.
key, (2) Parameter, (3) Contact input, and (4) Communication.
2. Performing/Canceling Auto-tuning The following shows an example of changing the program pattern number (PTNO.) Alarm output Turns the output on in case of an alarm.

to 1 using the key.


TSP Display
Auto-tuning should be performed after setting a program pattern. Program pattern number can be selected when the controller is in a RESET mode.
Displays the final target setpoint (TSP) on Setpoint display
only during program operation. Make sure that the controller is in automatic mode (AUTO) and in run mode (RUN) 5. Switching between AUTO and MAN
before auto-tuning. For setting to AUTO, see “5. Switching between AUTO and
MAN,” and for setting to RUN, see “4. Switching between RUN and RESET.”
1. Show the Operation Display.
AUTO and MAN switching can be performed using any of the following: (1) MODE
If the setpoint is known in advance or auto-tuning does not find any appropriate PID 2. key, (2) Contact input, (3) Contact input, and (4) Communication.
The following shows an example of switching using the MODE key.
Remaining Segment-time Display constants, set the PID manually. For setting the PID manually, see User’s Manual.
Displays the remaining segment time (R.TIM) on Setpoint
When AUTO and MAN switching function is assigned to the contact input, and the
display during program operation. contact input is ON, the switching by key operation cannot be performed.
RST lamp Press the PTN key. For details, see User’s Manual.
Do not perform auto-tuning for the following processes.
Tune PID manually. is lit. 1. Show the Operation Display.
• Processes with fast response such as flow rate control and pres-
OUT Display / Heating/cooling OUT Display CAUTION sure control.
2.
Displays the control output value (OUT) on Setpoint display.
Displays the control output values (C.H.) of heating and • Processes which do not allow the output to be turned on and off
cooling sides on Setpoint display (C.H. can be changed in even temporarily. 3.
manual mode). • Processes which prohibit severe output changes at control Press the Up/Down arrow keys Press MODE key several times.
valves (or other actuators). to display the required setpoint.
Segment Number Display • Processes in which product quality can be adversely affected if Blinks during the change.
Displays the segment number (SEG.N) for which operation is PV values fluctuate beyond their allowable ranges.
in progress, the number of segments included in the selected
program pattern.

Press the SET/ENTER key.


3. Displays ”MODE MAN” in AUTO mode.
1. Show the Operation Display.
Displays ”MODE AUTO” in MAN mode.
Remaining Repetition Display 4.
Displays the number of remaining repetitions (R.CYC) on 2.
Setpoint display. This display is displayed only when the PTNO. has been changed to 1.
repeat function is set and the operation mode is PROG. Press the SET/ENTER key.
Hold down the PARAMETER key for 3 seconds
to display MODE menu. 4.
Program Pattern Display
Displays the program pattern (overview) on Setpoint display.
Program pattern display can be scrolled using MAN lamp is lit in MAN mode.
Up/Down/Left/Right arrow keys. Press the SET/ENTER key.
Soak and ramp can be displayed.
3.
The parameter HOLD (Pause/cancel release
of program operation) is displayed (during When AUTO is switched into MAN, the control output value in AUTO mode is held.
program operation.) The controller can be operated manually from the hold value.
Press the Down arrow key until the parameter AT appears. If the manual preset output is set (MPON parameter ≠ OFF), the controller can be
After showing the Program Pattern Display, press the DISPLAY key to show the fol- operated manually from the arbitrary output value (MPO1 to MPO5 parameters).
lowing displays conditionally.
4.
For details, see User’s Manual. The parameter AT (auto-tuning switch) is displayed.

Press the SET/ENTER key. IM 05P02D41-11EN page /14

5.
Displays ”HOLD OFF” in HOLD mode.

Press the SET/ENTER key.

6. Manipulating Control Output in Manual Mode 4. 10. Switching to Local-mode (LOCAL) Operation 11. Changing Setpoints during Local-mode Operation
Switching to local-mode can be performed using any of the following: The following operating procedures changes setpoints during local-mode operation.
NOTE HLD lamp is lit in HOLD mode.
(1) MODE key (user function key), (2) Parameter, (3) Contact input, and (4) Commu-
The figure below is displayed while the right nication. 1.
In manual mode, control output is manipulated by operating the keys (the value is arrow key hold down. The following shows an example of switching using the MODE key. “LSP” is displayed when in local-mode operation.
changed using the Up/Down arrow keys, then outputted as it is).
Even if the SET/ENTER key is not pressed, the control output value changes ac- 1. Show the Operation Display.
cording to the displayed value.
The number of segments included
2. Press the SET/ENTER key.
In stop mode (when the RST lamp is lit), control output cannot be manipulated.
in the selected program pattern. 2.
The segment number for which Blinks during the change.
Up arrow key: increases control output. operation is in progress.
Press the MODE key several times.
Down arrow key: decreases control output. Other operating procedures for disabling the hold mode:
(1) Press the RUN key for 1 second during hold-mode operation. In this case, the Press the Up/Down arrow keys to display the required setpoint.
controller resumes program operation. 3.
(2) Execute the “Advance“ function during hold-mode operation. In this case, the Blinks during the change.
segment is advanced. 3. The LOC (local operation) is displayed.

8. Changing Program Setpoints when in Hold Mode Press the SET/ENTER key.

The following operating procedures changes a program setpoint of soak segment Press the SET/ENTER key.
4.
In Position proportional control:
MAN lamp is lit. Up arrow key; opens the valve. during Hold-mode operation. 4.
Down arrow key; closes the valve. The program operation is started when releasing the Hold after changing the pro-
Output; only while pressing a key. gram setpoint.
OUT; valve opening (0-100%) 1. “LSP” is displayed when
Set program operation in hold mode. in local-mode operation.
Output manipulation in Position proportional control
is not restricted from output limiters (OH, OL). Press the SET/ENTER key.

2.
Manual operation in Heating/cooling control
Blinks during the change.
12. Troubleshooting
■ Troubleshooting Flow
Press the Up/Down arrow keys to display the required setpoint.
If the Operation Display does not appear after turning on the controller’s power, check the procedures in the following flowchart.
Heating-side control output 3. If a problem appears to be complicated, contact our sales representatives.
Blinks during the change.
Symbol of heating side
Is the controller
defective?
■ Remedies if Power Failure Occurs
Cooling-side control output
Yes
during Operations
Press the SET/ENTER key.
Symbol of cooling side • Instantaneous power failure within 20 ms.
4. Completely No Key
operation
No Display No I/O signal No
Communication
A power failure is not detected. Normal
Program pattern (PTNO.) number inactive? failure? failure? operation continues.
failure? failure?
*
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes • Power failure for less than about 5 seconds,
Up arrow key: concurrently decreases cooling-side control output and increases or for about 5 seconds or more.
heating-side control output.
Check wiring of the Check the key lock Turn off power, and Check the I/O specifications Check the specifications Affects the "settings" and "operation sta-
Down arrow key: concurrently increases cooling-side control output and decreases power terminals. setting. then turn it on again. of the controller. of the controller. tus."
heating-side control output. 9. Executing “Advance” Function For details, see User's Manual.
(Either none of the heating-side and cooling-side outputs are presented, or both of
them are presented according to the dead band setting.) “Advance” can be performed during program operation using any of the following: (1) Check the Check the No With
supply voltage. specifications and polarity communi-
cation?
Actual output (%)
100
Actual output (%)
100
MODE key, (2) Parameter, (3) Contact input, and (4) Communication. of connected devices .
Yes NOTE
The following shows an example of switching using the MODE key.
Cooling-side Heating-side When executing the “Advance” function during hold-mode operation, the hold mode Write down the settings of parameters for a
No No communication Check the communication-
manipulated output manipulated output is disabled. Normal? repair request.
Cooling-side Heating-side capability related parameters.
manipulated output manipulated output
1. Show the Operation Display. Yes
No Is the
key locked?
2. Correct the error(s).
Yes
■ For the Errors at Power On
-12.4 0 12.4 -12.4 0 12.4 Check the
communication wiring.
Control computation output Control computation output and the Errors during Op-
DB=24.8 Dead band: Operation parameter DB DB= -24.8
Press the MODE key.
No
Correct?
* The LCD (a liquid crystal display) is used for
a display portion of this product.
eration, see “Installation”
Manipulated output change
when a dead band is positive (+)
Manipulated output change
when a dead band is negative (-) Yes
The LCD has a characteristic that the display action Check the specifications
of communication in this manual.
Cancel the setting. becomes late at the low temperature. devices.
Additionally, the luminance and contrast degradation
are caused due to aged deterioration.
7. Enabling/Disabling Hold Mode of Program Operation Contact us for repair. Problem solved. However, the control function is not affected.

The ADV (Advance of segment) is displayed (during


Enabling/disabling hold mode of program operation can be performed during pro- 3. program operation.)
gram operation using any of the following: (1) MODE key, (2) Parameter, (3) Contact
input, and (4) Communication.
The following shows an example of switching using the MODE key.
Press the SET/ENTER key.
1. Show the Operation Display.
4.
2.

The segment is advanced.


Press the MODE key.

The parameter HOLD (Pause/cancel release


of program operation) is displayed (during
program operation.)
3.
Displays ”HOLD ON” in PROG mode.
Displays ”HOLD OFF” in HOLD mode.

Press the SET/ENTER key.

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HLD lamp is lit in HOLD mode.


n SELECT Parameter n Program Setting Parameter n SP-related Setting Parameter
Operation UP35A Menu symbol: (CS) Menu symbol: ( PROG > PTNO. (=1 to 02 (04)) > SEGNO. (=01 to 20 (40)) Continued. Menu symbol: (SPS)
Guide Program Controller Parameter
Name of Parameter Setting Range
Initial User Display Parameter Name of Initial User Display Parameter User Display
Operation Guide symbol value setting level symbol Parameter
Setting Range
value setting level symbol
Name of Parameter Setting Range Initial value
setting level
Registered
Parameters parameter
SELECT parameter
10 to 19
Setting range of a registered parameter.
For details, see User's Manual.

Table
below
EASY
OFF: Disable
(Energized)
Tracking is performed when the
mode changes from Program to
symbol 1: PV high limit, 2: PV low limit, SP tracking selection Local. (The local setpoint keeps OFF
3: SP high limit, 4: SP low limit, (SPT) track of the program setpoint.)
Parameter n=10 n=11 n=12 n=13 n=14 n=15 n=16 n=17 n=18 n=19 5: Deviation high limit, OFF, ON
6: Deviation low limit,
Yokogawa Electric Corporation CSn 0.00 to 999.59 (“hour.minute” or
7: Deviation high and low limits,
“minute.second” (common use of
For the registration of SELECT parameters, see User's Manual. 8: Deviation within high and low limits, Starting time of program
This operation guide describes the functions of parameters briefly. The parameter to 9: Target SP high limit, (S.TM) operation
instrument)
* Use the parameter TMU to set
0.00
STD
symbols listed are in the order shown on the display in each group of menu symbols. PV event-1 to -2 10: Target SP low limit,
In addition, each parameter table has a “User Setting” column, where you can record
n Program Setting Parameter (PV.TY1 to
type 11: Target SP deviation high limit,
OFF the time unit.
12: Target SP deviation low limit, OFF: Not cleared.
your setpoints when setting them in the controller. The scrolling guide is displayed on Menu symbol: ( PROG > PTNO. (=01 to 02 (04) > SEGNO. (=00)) PV.TY2)
13: Target SP deviation high and low limits, ON: Cleared. (Set the program num-
PV display in the Parameter Setting Display. This guide can be turned on/off with Name of Initial User Display 14: Target SP deviation within high and low limits, ber before restart program operation)
Parameter symbol Setting Range Program pattern number
the MODE key. Parameter value setting level 15: OUT high limit, 16: OUT low limit, * The controller resets (clears) the OFF
(PNC) clearance
17: Cooling-side OUT high limit, program pattern number on the
Operation Parameters / Program Parameters Starting target
setpoint
0.0 to 100.0% of PV input range (EU)
(Setting range: P.RL to P.RH)
P.RL
18: Cooling-side OUT low limit
* Add 100 for "de-energized".
operating display to “0” at the end of
program operation.
(SSP)
For example, when the PV high limit is de-
Hold down the PARAMETER key for 3 seconds to move from the Operation Display to SSP: Program operation begins with See
the Operation Parameter Setting Display. Press the DISPLAY key once to return to the the starting target setpoint.
EASY
energized, the setting is 101.
"Pro- n Alarm Function Setting Parameter
RAMP: Ramp-prioritized PV start Set a display value of setpoint of PV alarm, SP gram-
Operation Display. Start code TIME: Time-prioritized PV start SSP to alarm, deviation alarm, or output alarm. ming"
STD Menu symbol: (ALRM)
(STC) LSP: Local-mode start PV event-1 to -2 -19999 to 30000 (Set a value within the input in this
Operation Dsipaly 0 Parameter Initial User Display
DISPLAY * STC=TIME cannot be selected when setpoint range.) manual. Name of Parameter Setting Range
(PV.EV1 to symbol value setting level
Hold down PARAMETER key for 3 sec. the parameter SEG.T is TM.RT. Decimal point position depends on the input
PV.EV2)
type. to The hysteresis setpoint of PV event or
Local event is set to the parcentage
Menu
key
PROG
key
Menu END Wait function OFF: Disable
OFF to Event-1 to -2 hysteresis of 0.0 to 100.0%. 0.5 STD
(WT.SW1) ON/OFF ON: Enable Start condition of ON: Start ON state (EHY1 to The setting value (%) is for the PV
OFF
SET/ENTER key time event 1 to 4 OFF: Start OFF state EHY2) input range span or output span.
(TME1 to
PTNO. 0.5%
1 to 2 (4) TME4) These alarms work irrespective of the
SET/ENTER PARAMETER Upper-side of PV
operation mode. Set a 5-digit value in
key
SET/ENTER key
key (WZ.UP1) wait zone input
range
to the following order.
SEGNO. 0.0 to 10.0% of PV input range (EU) On time of time -: Unregistered [Alarm type: 2 digits (see below)] +
1 to 20 -
0.5% event 1 to 4 0.01 to 999.59 (“hour.minute” or “minute. [Without (0) or With (1) Stand-by ac- AL1:
PARAMETER Lower-side of PV (T.ON1 to second”) tion] + [Energized (0) or De-energized PV high
PARAMETER
key key wait zone input T.ON4) * Available only within the segment time. (1)] + [Latch action (0/1/2/3/4)]
(WZ.LO1) limit (01)
range * OFF when the operation mode is changed For latch action, see User's Manual.
Parameter Parameter
Parameter Parameter
Menu Display
and Parameter
to to the mode except the program operation.
Without-
Stand-
OFF: No function Off time of time Alarm type: 2 digits
Setting Display * Use the parameter TMU to set the time unit. - by
key key key 0.00 to 999.59 (“hour.minute” or “min- event 1 to 4 00: Disable
are changed in a (T.OF1 to (Common in the instrument.) action
ute.second”) STD 01: PV high limit
Parameter Parameter
Parameter Parameter circular pattern. T.OF4) (0)
Wait time * Available only for the wait time at the OFF 02: PV low limit
END ENDEND END (WT.TM1) segment switching. 03: SP high limit Energi-
PV event and Time event are available only during the program operation. Alarm-1 to -2 type zed (0)
* Use the parameter TMU to set the time 04: SP low limit
The parameter groups can be switched using , keys. PV event parameters are displayed in order of PV event 1 (PV.TY1, PV.EV1), PV event 2. Example: Alarm-1 Latch
unit. (Common in the instrument.) 05: Deviation high limit
Move to the Setup Parameter Setting Display: Time event parameters are displayed in order of Time event 1 (TME1, T.ON1, T.OF1), Time event 2, Time event 3, action
06: Deviation low limit
and so on.
Hold down the PARAMETER key and the Left arrow key simultaneously for 3 sec. Number of 0 to 999, CONT (limitless number of
0
to Alarm
07: Deviation high and low limits (0)
repeat cycles times) 08: Deviation within high and low limits
Latch action type
Operation for Setting
(R.CYCL)
n Local Setting Parameter (AL1 to AL2) Energized/
09: Target SP high limit
10: Target SP low limit AL2:
Repeat cycle Menu symbol: (LOC) De-energize 11: Target SP deviation high limit PV low
· To select the parameter setting displayed as the initial value, press the Down arrow start segment 1 Stand-by 12: Target SP deviation low limit limit (02)
key to move to the next parameter. (R.STRT) number Parameter Name of Initial User Display action 13: Target SP deviation high and low limits Without
1 to 20 (40) Setting Range
symbol Parameter value setting level 14: Target SP deviation within high Stand-
· To change and set the parameter setting, press the SET/ENTER key to start the set- Repeat cycle 1 ≤ R.STRT ≤ R.END ≤ 20 (40)
by
and low limits EASY
point blinking. The blinking state allows you to make changes (setting mode). Use the end segment 1 Local target 0.0 to 100.0% of PV input range (EU) (Setting action Table
(R.END) P.RL 15: OUT high limit
number (LSP) setpoint range: P.RL to P.RH) (0) below
Up/Down/Left/Right arrow keys to change the setpoint. Press the SET/ENTER key to 16: OUT low limit
Set a PID group number to use. 17: Cooling-side OUT high limit Energi-
register the setting. EASY 18: Cooling-side OUT low limit zed (0)
PID number se- 1 to 4
Note that there are some parameters which are not displayed depending on the model n Program Setting Parameter lection for local- * Available only for the L.PID when ZON = 0 or 5. 1 19: Analog input PV high limit Latch
action
and suffix codes, control type (CNT), etc. The parameters for professional setting mode (L.PID) mode operation * If set to “Local PID selection,” local PID is se- 20: Analog input PV low limit
Menu symbol: ( PROG > PTNO. (=01 to 02 (04)) > SEGNO. (=01 to 20 (40)) lected irrespective of the operation modes. 27: Feedback input high limit (0)
(LEVL: PRO) are not described in this manual. See User’s Manual. 28: Feedback input low limit
Parameter Name of Initial User Display OFF: Disable
Setting Range 29: PV velocity
n Operation Mode symbol Parameter value setting level (Energized)
1: PV high limit, 2: PV low limit,
30: Fault diagnosis
Final target 0.0 to 100.0% of PV input range (EU) (Setting 31: FAIL
Menu symbol: (MODE) P.RL 3: SP high limit, 4: SP low limit,
setpoint range: P.RL to P.RH)
Parameter Initial User Display
(TSP) 5: Deviation high limit, to PV velocity alarm time
Name of Parameter Setting Range -: Unregistered 6: Deviation low limit, 0.01 to 99.59 (minute.second) 1.00
symbol value setting level 7: Deviation high and low limits, setpoint 1 to 2
0.00 to 999.59 (“hour.minute” or “minute.second”)
8: Deviation within high and low limits, (VT1 to VT2)
Display during program operation. * Setting available for the parameter SEG.T=TIME.
Pause/cancel release of ON: Pause
Segment time
* Use the parameter TMU to set the time unit. -
to 9: Target SP high limit,
Set a display value of setpoint of
OFF (TIME) setting Local event-1 to 10: Target SP low limit,
(HOLD) program operation OFF: Cancel release (Program opera- (Common in the instrument.) OFF hysteresis.
tion restart) * If the setting is 0.00, TSP changes in stepwise -2 type 11: Target SP deviation high limit,
after one control period.
(L.TY1 to
L.TY2)
12: Target SP deviation low limit, to -19999 to 30000 (Set a value within
the input range.)
Display during program operation. See 13: Target SP deviation high and low limits, Alarm-1 to -2 hysteresis 10
STD Decimal point position depends on the
Set as “ADV = ON” to advance from -: Unregistered "Pro- 14: Target SP deviation within high and low limits,
Advance of segment OFF (HY1 to HY2) input type. When the decimal point po-
(ADV) the current segment to the next seg- Ramp: 0.0 to 100.0% of PV input range span gram- 15: OUT high limit, 16: OUT low limit,
EASY sition for the input type is set to "1", the
ment. (EUS) / 1 hour or 1 minute ming" 17: Cooling-side OUT high limit,
Soak: 0.00 to 999.59 (“hour.minute” or “minute.second”) in this initial value of the hysteresis is "1.0".
RESET: Stop of program operation 18: Cooling-side OUT low limit
Segment * Setting available for the parameter SEG.T=TM.RT manual. * Add 100 for "de-energized". For example,
(MODE)
Operation mode PROG: Start of program operation
LOCAL: Start of local-mode operation
RESET
ramp-rate * Use the parameter TMU to set the time unit. - when the PV high limit is de-energized, the to Alarm-1 to -2 On-delay
An alarm output is ON when the delay
timer expires after the alarm setpoint
(TM.RT) setting (Common in the instrument.) setting is 101. 0.00
timer is reached.
AUTO: Automatic mode Per 1 hour: TMU=HH.MM, Per 1 minute: TMU=MM.SS
(DYN1 to DYN2) 0.00 to 99.59 (minute.second)
(A.M)
AUTO/MAN switch
MAN: Manual mode
MAN * If it is set to 0.0% of the input range span, or to Set a display value of setpoint of PV alarm, SP
alarm, deviation alarm, or output alarm.
STD
the segment time 0.00, the program moves to Local event-1 to 0: Always active
the next segment after one control period. -19999 to 30000 (Set a value within the input 0 Alarm mode 1: Not active in RESET mode 0
0: Not select program pattern -2 setpoint
Program pattern number (L.EV1 to range.) (AMD) 2: Not active in RESET or MAN mode
1 to 2 (4 when the option “/AP” is 0 Decimal point position depends on the input type
(PTNO.) selection Segment PID 1 to 4 L.EV2)
specified.) 1
(S.PID) number selection * PID number can be set when the parameter “ZON = 0.” Parameter n=1 n=2
1 to 20 (40 when the option “/AP” is Local event parameters are displayed in order of Local event 1 (L.TY1, L.EV1), Local event 2.
specified.) CONT: Switching for continuation. EHYn
Start-of-program seg- EASY
(SST) ment number
The setting value returns to “1” when
the program operation (PROG)
1 HOLD: Hold-on switching (the controller holds the
end-of-segment setpoint when the segment is
n Alarm Setpoint Setting Parameter ALn
VTn
changes into RESET or LOCAL. completed, to perform control). Menu symbol: (AL)
LOCAL: Local-mode switching (the controller switches to a HYn
1: Normal, 2: Twice, 5: Five times, See Parameter Name of Initial User Display
local setpoint when the segment is completed). Setting Range
10: Ten times "Pro- symbol Parameter value setting level DYNn
W.SW: Wait during switching between segments.
* Use this function when checking gram-
Junction code W.IV: Wait within a segment interval. CONT STD These alarms work irrespective of the operation
(P.FWD)
Fast-forwarding of
program operation
the program pattern setting. Only
Segment time and Time event can
1 (JC) W.SL: Segment switching (the controller switches
ming"
in this mode. n PV-related Setting Parameter
be faster.
to a local setpoint when the segment is com-
pleted after release.)
manual. to Alarm-1 to -2 Set a display value of setpoint of PV alarm, SP alarm,
0
Table
EASY Menu symbol: (PVS)
* The operation returns to the normal (A1 to A2) setpoint deviation alarm, output alarm, or velocity alarm. below
PLK.1 to PLK.4: Linked to patterns 1 to 4. -19999 to 30000 (Set a value within the input range.)
speed after fast-forwarding. Parameter Initial User Display
INS.: Allows a segment to be added to the end of Decimal point position depends on the input type Name of Parameter Setting Range
OFF: Disable symbol value setting level
a specified segment.
1 to 4: Perform auto-tuning. Tuning DEL.: Allows a specified segment to be deleted. Use the following table to record alarm setpoints. 0.0 % of
result is stored in the specified -100.0 to 100.0% of PV input range PV input
AUTO-tuning switch OFF Parameter n=1 n=2 PV input bias
(AT) numbered PID. (BS) span (EUS) range
R: Tuning result is stored in the PID An span EASY
for reference deviation.
The PID group number being selected PV input filter OFF, 1 to 120 s OFF
(FL)
PID number is displayed. 1
(PID) 1 to 4, R: PID group for reference deviation.
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n PID Setting Parameter Setup Parameters -: No unit, C: Degree Celsius,
n Tuning Parameter (UNIT)
PV input unit -: No unit, - -: No unit, - - -: No unit,
F: Degree Fahrenheit
C
Menu symbol: (PID)
Menu symbol: (TUNE) Hold down the PARAMETER key and Left arrow key simultaneously for 3 seconds to Depends on the input type.
Parameter Initial User Display move from the Operation Display or Operation Parameter Setting Display to the Setup - For temperature input -
Name of Parameter Setting Range Parameter Initial User Display
symbol value setting level Name of Parameter Setting Range Set the temperature range that is Depends
symbol value setting level Parameter Setting Display. Maximum value of PV
actually controlled. (RL<RH) on the
Proportional band 0.0 to 999.9% (RH) input range
Heating-side proportion- When 0.0% is set, it operates as 0.1%. OFF: Disable Press the DISPLAY key once to return to the Operation Display. - For voltage / current input - input type
5.0% 1: Overshoot suppressing function Set the range of a voltage / cur-
(P) al band (in Heating/cool- Heating-side ON/OFF control applies Operation Dsipaly
ing control) when 0.0% in Heating/cooling control (normal mode) DISPLAY key rent signal that is applied.
2: Hunting suppressing function Hold down PARAMETER key and The scale across which the voltage
Integral time (stable mode) Left arrow key simultaneously for 3 sec. / current signal is actually controlled
OFF: Disable Depends
Heating-side integral time 240 s Enables to answer the wider Minimum value of PV should be set using the maximum
1 to 6000 s on the
(I) (in Heating/cooling control) characteristic changes compared (RL) input range value of input scale (SH) and mini-
Menu Menu Menu END input type EASY
with response mode. mum value of input scale (SL).
3: Hunting suppressing function key key (Input is always 0% when RL = RH.)
Derivative time (response mode) SET/ENTER key
OFF: Disable 0: No decimal place
Heating-side derivative time 60 s Enables quick follow-up and short PARAMETER key
(D) 1 to 6000 s 1: One decimal place Depends
(in Heating/cooling control) converging time of PV for the PV input scale decimal
Super function OFF EASY Menu Display and 2: Two decimal places on the
(SC) changed SP. Parameter Parameter Parameter (SDP) point position
Control output high limit Parameter 3: Three decimal places input type
-4.9 to 105.0%, (OL<OH) 4: Overshoot suppressing function 4: Four decimal places
Heating-side control (strong suppressing mode) key key key Setting Display
In Heating/cooling control: 0.1 to 100.0%
(OH) output high limit (in Note: Setpoints 2 and 3 must be are changed in a Depends
105.0% (OL<OH) Parameter Parameter Parameter Maximum value of PV
Heating/cooling control) used in PID control or PI control. circular pattern. on the
(SH) input scale
Control output low limit -5.0 to 104.9%, (OL<OH), SD: Tight Disabled in the following controls: END END END -19999 to 30000, (SL<SH), input type
Heating-side control shut 1) ON/OFF control, 2) PD control, | SH - SL | ≤ 30000 Depends
0.0% Move to the Operation Parameter Setting Display: Hold down the PARAMETER key for 3 sec. Minimum value of PV
(OL) output low limit (in Heat- In Heating/cooling control: 0.0 to 3) P control, 4) Heating/cooling on the
control. (SL) input scale
ing/cooling control) 104.9% (OL<OH) input type
Do not use the function for the
Enabled when integral time is OFF.
control processes with response Operation for Setting OFF: Disable Depends
The manual reset value equals the PV input burnout action UP: Upscale on the
Manual reset
output value when PV = SP.
50.0% EASY such as flow or pressure control. · To select the parameter setting displayed as the initial value, press the Down arrow (BSL) DOWN: Downscale input type
(MR)
-5.0 to 105.0% 0: Normal key to move to the next parameter.
Auto-tuning type 0 STD 0.0 % of
In (AT.TY) 1: Stability · To change and set the parameter setting, press the SET/ENTER key to start the set- -100.0 to 100.0% of PV input range PV input
PV analog input bias STD
ON/OFF point blinking. The blinking state allows you to make changes (setting mode). Use the (A.BS) span (EUS) range
Anti-reset windup
control: span
0.5 % of
(excess integration AUTO, 50.0 to 200.0% AUTO Up/Down/Left/Right arrow keys to change the setpoint. Press the SET/ENTER key to
(AR) prevention)
PV input register the setting. PV analog input filter OFF, 1 to 120 s OFF
Hysteresis (in ON/OFF range OFF: Disable
In ON/OFF control: 0.0 to 100.0% of Output velocity limiter OFF Note that there are some parameters which are not displayed depending on the Model (A.FL)
control or Position span 0.1 to 100.0%/s
PV input range span (EUS) (OPR) and Suffix codes, control type (CNT), etc. The parameters for professional setting
proportional control) W: W-5% Re/W-26% Re(Hoskins Mfg.Co.). ASTM E988, WRE: W97Re3-W75Re25
(HYS) Heating-side ON/OFF
In Heating/cooling control or Position
In Select the output used in MAN mode mode (LEVL: PRO) are not described in this manual. See User’s Manual.
control hysteresis (in
Heating/cooling control)
proportional control: 0.0 to 100.0%
Heating/
cooling
when switched from AUTO to MAN
mode. n Input Range, SP Limiter Setting Parameter
control or OFF: Hold the control output in AUTO
STD
n Control Function Setting Parameter Menu symbol: (MPV)
Position- Manual preset output mode (bumpless)
OFF Menu symbol: (CTL)
proportional (MPON) number selection 1: Use manual preset output 1 (output bump) Parameter Initial User Display
Name of Parameter Setting Range
control: 2: Use manual preset output 2 (output bump) Parameter Initial User Display symbol value setting level
Name of Parameter Setting Range
0.5 % 3: Use manual preset output 3 (output bump) symbol value setting level
4: Use manual preset output 4 (output bump) -: No unit Same
Upper-side hysteresis PID: PID control PID C: Degree Celsius as PV
0.5 % 5: Use manual preset output 5 (output bump) Control PV input unit
(in ON/OFF control) ONOF: ON/OFF control (1 point of or -: No unit, - -: No unit, - - -: No unit input
(HY.UP) of PV (P.UNI)
0.0 to 100.0% of PV input range
span (EUS)
input to Manual preset output 1
-5.0 to 105.0%
Table Control type
hysteresis)
ONOF2: ON/OFF control (2 points of
H/C
(for EASY
F: Degree Fahrenheit unit
Lower-side hysteresis range However, output is limited to the 0.0% (CNT)
to 5 below hysteresis) Heating/ 0: No decimal place
(HY.LO) (in ON/OFF control) span output high limit and low limit.
(MPO1 to MPO5) H/C: Heating/cooling control Cooling- 1: One decimal place
type) Control PV input decimal
Direct/reverse action RVS: Reverse action 2: Two decimal places 1
RVS STD Use the following table to record the manual preset output setting value. (P.DP) point position
switch DIR: Direct action 0: Segment PID selection 3: Three decimal places
(DR) 4: Four decimal places
Parameter n=1 n=2 n=3 n=4 n=5 1: Zone PID selection (selection by PV)
0.0 to 999.9% 2: Zone PID selection (selection by Depends
Cooling-side propor- MPOn Maximum value of
(Cooling-side ON/OFF control applies 5.0% target SP) on the
(Pc) tional band control PV input range
when 0.0% in Heating/cooling control) 4: Zone PID selection (selection by SP) (P.RH) input type STD
Cooling-side integral OFF: Disable
n Zone Control Parameter 5: Local PID selection
-19999 to 30000, (P.RL<P.RH),
| P.RH - P.RL | ≤ 30000 Depends
240 s * If set to “Segment PID selection,” Minimum value of control
(Ic) time 1 to 6000 s Menu symbol: (ZONE) on the
allows PID constants to be selected (P.RL) PV input range
Zone PID selection 1 STD input type
Parameter Initial User Display (ZON) for each segments.
Cooling-side derivative OFF: Disable Name of Parameter Setting Range
60 s symbol value setting level * If set to “Zone PID selection,” 100.0 %
(Dc) time 1 to 6000 s
automatically selects PID constants 0.0 to 100.0% of PV input range (EU), of PV
Set reference points at which switch- SP high limit
according to the range set in the (SPH) (SPL<SPH) input
Cooling-side control
(OHc) output high limit
0.1 to 105.0%, (OLc<OHc) 100.0% to ing is carried out between groups of
PID constants according to the given
100.0%
of PV Table
Reference point. range
Reference point 1 to 3 STD * If set to “Local PID selection,” local * Places the limit on the program
temperature zone. input below 0.0 %
PID is selected irrespective of the setpoint, or local setpoint during
Cooling-side control (RP1 to RP3) 0.0 to 100.0% of PV input range (EU) range of PV
0.0 to 104.9%, (OLc<OHc) 0.0% operation modes. SP low limit program operation.
(OLc) output low limit (RP1 ≤ RP2 ≤ RP3) (SPL) input
EASY TIME: Segment time setting range
Cooling-side ON/OFF 0.5 % TM.RT: Segment ramp-rate setting
0.0 to 100.0% 0.5% Hysteresis can be set for switching at Segment setting method TIME
control hysteresis of PV * Note: A change of setting deletes a
(HYSc) Zone PID switching a reference point. (SEG.T)
input STD program pattern. EASY
(RHY) hysteresis 0.0 to 10.0% of PV input range span
Output dead band (in In Heating/cooling control: -100.0 to range
(EUS)
Heating/cooling control 50.0%. span HH.MM: hour.minute
3.0% Program time unit HH.MM
(DB) or Position proportional In Position proportional control: 1.0 Set a deviation from SP. The PID for (TMU) MM.SS: minute.second
control) to 10.0%. reference deviation is used if there
Preset output In RESET mode, fixed control output is a larger deviation than the preset
Heating-side preset can be generated. In Position propor-
0.0% (RDV)
Reference deviation reference deviation.
OFF: Disable
OFF STD
n PV Input Setting Parameter
(PO) output (in Heating/cool- tional control, Valve opening can be
ing control) set; -5.0 to 105.0% 0.0 + 1 digit to 100.0% of PV input Menu symbol: (PV)
range span (EUS)
In RESET mode, cooling-side fixed Parameter Initial User Display
Cooling-side preset For Zone control, set the setup parameter ZON (zone PID selection) to Zone PID selection. Name of Parameter Setting Range
control output can be generated. 0.0% symbol value setting level
(POc) output Use the following table to record the reference point setting value.
-5.0 to 105.0%
OFF: Disable
Parameter n=1 n=2 n=3 K1: -270.0 to 1370.0 0C / -450.0 to 2500.0 0F
If you are using two or more groups of PID parameters, use the following table to record their setting values.
K2: -270.0 to 1000.0 0C / -450.0 to 2300.0 0F
RPn
Parameter n=2 n=3 n=4 R K3: -200.0 to 500.0 0C / -200.0 to 1000.0 0F
J: -200.0 to 1200.0 0C / -300.0 to 2300.0 0F
P T1: -270.0 to 400.0 0C / -450.0 to 750.0 0F
I n P Parameter (for Ladder Program) T2: 0.0 to 400.0 0C / -200.0 to 750.0 0F
B: 0.0 to 1800.0 0C / 32 to 3300 0F
D Menu symbol: (PPAR) S: 0.0 to 1700.0 0C / 32 to 3100 0F
OH R: 0.0 to 1700.0 0C / 32 to 3100 0F
Parameter Initial User Display N: -200.0 to 1300.0 0C / -300.0 to 2400.0 0F
OL Name of Parameter Setting Range
symbol value setting level E: -270.0 to 1000.0 0C / -450.0 to 1800.0 0F
MR L: -200.0 to 900.0 0C / -300.0 to 1600.0 0F
to -19999 to 30000 (Set a decimal point
Table U1: -200.0 to 400.0 0C / -300.0 to 750.0 0F
HYS P01 to P10 parameter position using LL50A Parameter Set- 0 STD
below U2: 0.0 to 400.0 0C / -200.0 to 1000.0 0F
HY.UP ting Software.) W: 0.0 to 2300.0 0C / 32 to 4200 0F
(P01 to P10) PV input type OFF EASY
HY.LO (IN) PL2: 0.0 to 1390.0 0C / 32.0 to 2500.0 0F
Parameter n=01 n=02 n=03 n=04 n=05 n=06 n=07 n=08 n=09 n=10 P2040: 0.0 to 1900.0 0C / 32 to 3400 0F
DR WRE: 0.0 to 2000.0 0C / 32 to 3600 0F
Pn
Pc JPT1: -200.0 to 500.0 0C / -300.0 to 1000.0 0F
JPT2: -150.0 to 150.0 0C / -200.0 to 300.0 0F
Ic PT1: -200.0 to 850.0 0C / -300.0 to 1560.0 0F
Dc PT2: -200.0 to 500.0 0C / -300.0 to 1000.0 0F
PT3: -150.00 to 150.00 0C / -200.0 to 300.0 0F
OHc 0.4-2V: 0.400 to 2.000 V
OLc 1-5V: 1.000 to 5.000 V
4-20: 4.00 to 20.00 mA
HYSc
0-2V: 0.000 to 2.000 V
DB 0-10V: 0.00 to 10.00 V
0-20 : 0.00 to 20.00 mA
PO
-1020: -10.00 to 20.00 mV
POc 0-100: 0.0 to 100.0 mV
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Use the following table to record Ethernet communication setting value.
n Output Setting Parameter n Heater Break Alarm Setting Parameter Parameter n=1 n=2 n=3 n=4
Program display pattern
selection
PTN: Pattern display
SK.RP: Ramp and soak display
PTN
(PTSL)
Menu symbol: (OUT) Menu symbol: (HBA) IPn 0: Disable
Parameter Initial User Display Parameter Initial User Display SMn 1: OUT, Heating-side OUT, Internal value
Name of Parameter Setting Range Name of Parameter Setting Range
symbol value setting level symbol value setting level in Position proportional control
DGn 2: Cooling-side OUT
Control output or Heating-side control Heater break alarm-1 3: PV STD
output (Lower two digits) 1 1.IPn
(HB1.S) function selection Bar-graph display regis- 4: SP
00: OFF 0: Heater current measurement 23
2.IPn (BAR1) tration 5: Deviation
01: OUT terminals (voltage pulse) 1: Heater break alarm 6 to 16: Disable
Heater break alarm-2
02: OUT terminals (current) 1 17: Feedback input (valve opening)
Output type selection Standard (HB2.S) function selection
03: OUT terminals (relay)
06: OUT2 terminals (relay)
type:
Heater break alarm-1
n PROFIBUS-DP Communication Setting Parameter (E3-terminal Area) 18: PV terminals analog input
19 to 22: Disable
00.03 OFF 23: Time event and alarm status
07: RET/OUT2 terminals (voltage pulse) current setpoint Menu symbol: (PROF)
(HB1)
08: RET/OUT2 terminals (current) OFF, 0.1 to 300.0 Arms EASY 10.0 %
(OT) Upper two Heating/
Cooling-side control output (Upper two digits) Heater break alarm-2 Parameter Initial User Display of PV
digits cooling OFF Name of Parameter Setting Range Bar-graph deviation 0.0 to 100.0% of PV input range span
Lower two 00: OFF current setpoint symbol value setting level input
type: (HB2) display band (EUS)
digits 01: OUT terminals (voltage pulse) (BDV) range
06.03 9.6K: 9.6k bps
02: OUT terminals (current) CT1 span
03: OUT terminals (relay) 800 19.2K: 19.2k bps
(CT1.T) coil winding number ratio 93.75K: 93.75k bps
06: OUT2 terminals (relay) 1 to 3300 187.5K: 187.5k bps Guide display ON/OFF OFF: Nondisplay, ON: Display ON
07: RET/OUT2 terminals (voltage pulse) CT2 (GUID) STD
08: RET/OUT2 terminals (current) 800 0.5M: 0.5M bps
(CT2.T) coil winding number ratio Baud rate 1.5M: 1.5M bps AUTO OFF: Disable
Control output cycle time (BR) 3M: 3M bps 1: Economy mode ON (All indications
Heating-side control Heater break alarm-1 6M: 6M bps
30.0 s 0.00 except PV display OFF)
output cycle time (in (HDN1) On-delay timer 12M: 12M bps Economy mode OFF
(CT) (ECO) 2: Economy mode ON (All indications
Heating/cooling control) 0.5 to 1000.0 s 0.00 to 99.59 (m.s) STD AUTO
EASY OFF)
Heater break alarm-2 45.45K: 45.45k bps EASY
0.00 3: Brightness 10 % (whole indication)
Cooling-side control (HDN2) On-delay timer
30.0 s
(CTc) output cycle time Address 0 to 125 3
In cases where the current transformers manufactured by U.R.D. Co., Ltd are used, set the following value for Brightness (Dark) 1 to 5 (Bright) 3 EASY
(ADR) (BRI)
the coil winding number ratio. CTL-6-S-H: 800, CTL-12L-30: 3000
Automatic valve position OFF: Stop automatic adjustment
OFF 9600: 9600 bps
(V.AT) adjustment ON: Start automatic adjustment Least significant digital OFF: With least significant digit
Baud rate 19200: 19.2k bps 38400 OFF STD
mask of PV display ON: Without least significant digit
Valve position setting
Setting V.RS to ON resets the valve n RS-485 Communication Setting Parameter (E3-terminal Area) (BPS) 38400: 38.4k bps (MLSD)
adjustment settings and causes the OFF
(V.RS) reset Menu symbol: (R485)
indication “V.RS” to blink. Profile number 0, 11 to 13 0
Pressing the SET/ENTER key with valve Parameter Initial User Display
(FILE) ■ SELECT Display Setting Parameter
Name of Parameter Setting Range
position set to the fully-closed position symbol value setting level Menu symbol: (CSEL)
Fully-closed valve posi-
by Down arrow key causes the adjusted -
(V.L) tion setting
value to be stored. When V.L adjustment
PCL: PC link communication
PCLSM: PC link communication (with
n DeviceNet Communication Setting Parameter (E3-terminal Area) Parameter
Name of Parameter Setting Range
Initial User Display
is completed, V.L stops blinking. symbol value setting level
checksum) Menu symbol: (DNET)
Pressing the SET/ENTER key with LADR: Ladder communication Register the operation parameter
Protocol selection MBRTU Parameter Initial User Display (except the Operation Mode) that is
valve position set to the fully-opened CO-M: Coordinated master station
Fully-opened valve posi- position by Up arrow key causes the
(PSL)
MBASC: Modbus (ASCII) symbol
Name of Parameter Setting Range
value setting level to SELECT Display-1 to -5
frequently modified to display it in the
- Operation Display. OFF STD
(V.H) tion setting adjusted value to be stored. When V.H MBRTU: Modbus (RTU) 125K: 125k bps registration
adjustment is completed, V.H stops P-P: Peer-to-peer communication OFF, 2201 to 5000
Baud rate 250K: 250k bps 125M (CS1 to CS5)
blinking. (BR) For the setting range, see User's
600: 600 bps, 1200: 1200 bps, 500K: 500k bps
Manual.
2400: 2400 bps, 4800: 4800 bps,
Valve traveling time 5 to 300 s 60 s 9600: 9600 bps, 19200: 19.2k bps, Address 0 to 63 63 Use the following table to record SELECT Display setting value.
(TR.T) Baud rate 19200 (ADR)
(BPS) 38400: 38.4k bps
* The baud rate for RS-485 is up to EASY Parameter n=1 n=2 n=3 n=4 n=5
0: Valve position feedback type EASY 9600: 9600 bps
STD
1: Valve position feedback type (moves 19.2 k bps in E4-terminal area. Baud rate 19200: 19.2k bps 38400 CSn
Valve adjusting mode to the estimating type if a feedback 0 (BPS) 38400: 38.4k bps
(V.MOD) input error or break occurs.) NONE: None, EVEN: Even,
Parity EVEN
ODD: Odd
2: Valve position estimating type (PRI)
Profile number 0, 11 to 13 0 ■ Key Lock Setting Parameter
OFF: Disable (FILE)
PV1: PV Stop bit 1: 1 bit, 2: 2 bits 1 Menu symbol: (KLOC)
(STP)
SP1: SP Parameter Initial User Display
OUT1: OUT (Valve opening: 0 to 100 %
in Position proportional control) Data length 7: 7 bits, 8: 8 bits 8 n CC-Link Communication Setting Parameter (E3-terminal Area) symbol
Name of Parameter Setting Range
value setting level
(DLN)
Retransmission output LPS: 15 V DC loop power supply Menu symbol: (CC-L) Communication write
PV1 EASY OFF: Enable, ON: Disable OFF
(RTS) type of RET TSP1: Target SP (COM.W) enable/disable
HOUT1: Heating-side OUT Address 1 to 99 1 Parameter Initial User Display
(ADR) Name of Parameter Setting Range
COUT1: Cooling-side OUT symbol value setting level Front panel parameter
OFF
MV1: Position proportional output 156K: 156k bps (DATA) data (▼,▲) key lock
(internal computed value)
PV: PV terminals analog input ■ Ethernet Communication Setting Parameter (E3-terminal Area) Baud rate
625K: 625k bps
2.5K: 2.5k bps 10M Front panel RUN key
OFF
(BR) 5M: 5M bps (RUN) lock
When RTS = PV1, SP1, TSP1, PV 100 % Menu symbol: (ETHR) STD
Maximum value of 10M: 10M bps
RTL + 1 digit to 30000 of PV
retransmission output Parameter Initial User Display Front panel RST key lock OFF: Unlock, ON: Lock OFF
(RTH) -19999 to RTH - 1 digit input Name of Parameter Setting Range
scale of RET symbol value setting level Address 1 to 64 3 (RST)
Decimal point position: range EASY
When RTS=PV1, SP1, or TSP1, STD (ADR)
decimal point position is same as 0% High-speed response 9600: 9600 bps Front panel PTN key lock OFF
Minimum value of OFF, 1 to 8 1
that of PV input. of PV (HSR) mode (PTN)
retransmission output Baud rate 19200: 19.2k bps 38400
(RTL) When RTS=PV, decimal point position input (BPS) 38400: 38.4k bps
scale of RET Front panel MODE key
is same as that of PV input scale. range 9600: 9600 bps, 19200: 19.2k bps, OFF
Baud rate 38400 (MODE) lock
(BPS) 38400: 38.4k bps 0, 11 to 13
Retransmission output Profile number 0
(FILE) (0, 11: Ver.1.10) (12, 13: Ver.2.00)
type of OUT current Same as RTS OFF
(O1RS) output NONE: None, EVEN: Even,
(PRI) Parity EVEN
ODD: Odd
Maximum value of When O1RS = PV1, SP1, TSP1, PV ■ Display Function Setting Parameter
retransmission output O1RL + 1 digit to 30000 0 to 255
(O1RH) scale of OUT current -19999 to O1RH - 1 digit
-
STD to IP address 1 to 4 Initial value: (IP1).(IP2).(IP3).(IP4) = See left
Table Menu symbol: (DISP)
Decimal point position: (IP1 toIP4) below
output (192).(168).(1).(1) Parameter Initial User Display
When O1RS=PV1, SP1, or TSP1, deci- Name of Parameter Setting Range
0 to 255 symbol value setting level
Minimum value of
retransmission output
mal point position is same as that of to Subnet mask 1 to 4 Initial value: (SM1).(SM2).(SM3). See left
Table
PV input. (SM1 to SM4) below 0: Fixed in white
- (SM4) = (255).(255).(255).(0)
(O1RL) scale of OUT current When O1RS =PV, decimal point position 1: Fixed in red
output is same as that of PV input scale. 0 to 255 2: Link to alarm 1 (Alarm OFF: white,
to Default gateway 1 to 4 Initial value: (DG1).(DG2).(DG3). See left
Table Alarm ON: red)
OUT current output (DG1 to DG4) below 3: Link to alarm 1 (Alarm OFF: red,
4-20: 4 to 20 mA 4-20 (DG4) = (0).(0).(0).(0) EASY
range Alarm ON: white)
(OU.A) 0-20: 0 to 20 mA 4: Link to alarm 1 or 2 (Alarm OFF:
STD
20-4: 20 to 4 mA Port number 502, 1024 to 65535 502 white, Alarm ON: red)
RET current output (PRT)
20-0: 20 to 0 mA 4-20 Active color PV display 5: Link to alarm 1 or 2 (Alarm OFF:
(RET.A) range red, Alarm ON: white) 0
(PCMD) switch
6: PV limit (Within range: white, Out
IP access restriction OFF: Disable, ON: Enable OFF of range: red)
(IPAR)
7: PV limit (Within range: red, Out of
EASY
to 0 to 255
range: white)
8: SP deviation (Within deviation:
, Permitted IP address Initial value: white, Out of deviation: red)
9: SP deviation (Within deviation: red,
to 1-1 to 1-4
Permitted IP address
(1.IP1).(1.IP2).(1.IP3).(1.IP4) =
(255).(255).(255).(255)
See left
Table
below Out of deviation: white)
10: Link to DI (ON: red, OFF: white)
2-1 to 2-4 (2.IP1).(2.IP2).(2.IP3).(2.IP4) =
(1.IP1 to 1.IP4, (255).(255).(255).(255) PV color change high Set a display value when in PV limit
2.IP1 to 2.IP4) or SP deviation. 0
(PCH) limit
-19999 to 30000 (Set a value within
Setting this parameter to “ON” en-
the input range.)
ables the Ethernet communication
Ethernet setting switch OFF PV color change low limit Decimal point position depends on 0
(ESW) parameter settings. (PCL) the input type.
OFF, ON

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■ DI Function Registration Parameter ■ AL1-AL3 Function Registration Parameter ■ Error and Version Confirmation Parameter (for display only)
Menu symbol: (DI.SL) Menu symbol: (ALM) Menu symbol: (VER)

Parameter Initial User Display Parameter Initial User Display Parameter Display
Name of Parameter Setting Range Name of Parameter Setting Range Name of Parameter Status record
symbol value setting level symbol value setting level symbol level

Switch to PROG (Start Set an I relay number.


5025 For the items other than below, see Parameter error status
(PRG) of program operation) AL1 function selection 4801 (PA.ER)
(AL1.S) User's Manual.
Switch to RESET (Stop Option error status
5026 Ex.) Set the number 4353 for AL1.S
(RST) of program operation) (OP.ER)
to use the alarm 1.
Switch to LOCAL(LSP) AL2 function selection 4802
(Start of local-mode 5027 (AL2.S) Set “OFF” to disable the function. A/D converter error status 1
(LOC) (AD1.E)
operation) Setting range: 4001 to 6304
No function: OFF
PV event 1: 4801, A/D converter error status 2
PROG/RESET Switch OFF (AD2.E)
(P/R) AL3 function selection PV event 2: 4802 4817
(AL3.S) Time event 1: 4817,
Time event 2: 4818, PV input error status
PROG/HOLD Switch OFF (PV1.E)
(P/H) Time event 3: 4819,
OUT relay function Time event 4: 4821
PROG/LOCAL(LSP) Set an I relay number of contact Alarm 1: 4353 OFF Ladder error status
OFF (OR.S) selection (LA.ER)
(P/L) Switch input. Alarm 2: 4354
Set “OFF” to disable the function. AUTO (ON ) / MAN (OFF) status: STD
Switch to HOLD (Start 4177 MCU version
OFF (MCU)
(HOLD) of hold-mode operation) Standard terminals Program RESET status: 4181
STD Program RUN status: 4182
DI1: 5025, DI2: 5026, DI3: 5027
Local operation status: 4183 DCU version
Advance of segment OFF (DCU)
(ADV) E4-terminal area HOLD mode status: 4189
DI41: 5089, DI42: 5090, DI43: 5091, Program advance status: 4187
DI44: 5092, DI45: 5093 Pattern end signal (1 second): 4265 ECU-1 version (E1-terminal area)
Wait ON/OFF switch OFF (ECU1)
(WAIT) Pattern end signal (3 seconds): 4266 EASY
OUT2 relay function Pattern end signal (5 seconds): 4267
OFF ECU-3 version (E3-terminal area)
AUTO/MAN switch OFF (OR2.S) selection Wait end signal (1 second) : 4257
(ECU3)
(A/M) Wait end signal (3 seconds) : 4258
Wait end signal (5 seconds) : 4259
Auto-tuning START/STOP FAIL (Normally ON) output: 4256 ECU-4 version (E4-terminal area)
OFF (ECU4)
(AT) switch

Parameter version
Latch release OFF (PARA)
(LAT)

LCD backlight ON/OFF Product version


OFF (H.VER)
switch
(LCD)
■ DO Setting Parameter (E1-terminal Area)
Serial number 1
PV red/white switch OFF Menu symbol: (DO) (SER1)
(PVRW)
Parameter Initial User Display
Name of Parameter Setting Range
symbol value setting level Serial number 2
(SER2)
■ DI Function Numbering Parameter DO11 function selection 4353
(DO1.S) MAC address 1 (E3-terminal area)
Menu symbol: (DI.NU) (MAC1)
Parameter Initial User Display DO12 function selection 4354
Name of Parameter Setting Range (DO2.S) MAC address 2 (E3-terminal area)
symbol value setting level (MAC2)
Bit-0 of program pattern Same as AL1.S Table
5089 DO13 function selection 4818 STD
number (DO3.S) Set “OFF” to disable the function. below MAC address 3 (E3-terminal area)
(PT.B0) (MAC3)
Bit-1 of program pattern DO14 function selection 4819
5090 EASY
(PT.B1) number (DO4.S)
■ Parameter Display Level Parameter
Bit-2 of program pattern DO15 function selection 4821
5091 Menu symbol: (LVL)
(PT.B2) number (DO5.S)
Set an I relay number of contact input. Use the following table to record DO setting value. Parameter Initial User Display
Name of Parameter Setting Range
Bit-0 of PID number Set “OFF” to disable the function. OFF symbol value setting level
(PN.B0) Parameter E1-terminal Area
EASY: Easy setting mode
Standard terminals DO1.S Parameter display level STD: Standard setting mode STD EASY
Bit-1 of PID number DI1: 5025, DI2: 5026, DI3: 5027 OFF (LEVL)
(PN.B1) DO2.S PRO: Professional setting mode
E4-terminal area DO3.S * For Professional setting mode, see User’s Manual.
Bit-2 of PID number DI41: 5089, DI42: 5090, DI43: 5091, OFF
(PN.B2) DO4.S
DI44: 5092, DI45: 5093
STD
DO5.S
Bit-0 of manual preset
OFF
(MP.B0) output number

Bit-1 of manual preset


OFF
■ System Setting Parameter
(MP.B1) output number
Menu symbol: (SYS)
Bit-2 of manual preset Parameter User Display
OFF Name of Parameter Setting Range Initial value
(MP.B2) output number symbol setting level
Set how the controller should recover from
a power failure of 5 seconds or more.
CONT: Continue action set before
Restart mode power failure. CONT
(R.MD) MAN: Start from MAN.
RESET: Start from AUTO and RESET. STD
Outputs the preset output value.
Set time between power on and the
Restart timer instant where controller starts compu- 0
(R.TM) tation. 0 to 10 s
Set preset output value when the input burnout
or ADC error occurs. Manual output is priori-
Input error preset tized when the input burnout occurs in MAN.
0 STD
(EPO) output 0: Preset output
1: 0% output
2: 100% output
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Quick setting mode ON ● Adobe, Acrobat, and Postscript are either registered trademarks or trademarks
(QSM) ON: Enable
of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
ENG: English Depends on EASY
Guide display FRA: French the model ● Ethernet is a registered trademark of XEROX Corporation in the United States.
(LANG) language GER: German and suffix ● Modbus is a registered trademark of Schneider Electric.
SPA: Spanish codes ● PROFIBUS-DP is a registered trademark of PROFIBUS User Organization.
● DeviceNet is a registered trademark of Open DeviceNet Vendor Association.
Password setting 0 (No password) to 65535 0
(PASS) ● CC-Link is a registered trademark of CC-Link Partner Association.
● We do not use the TM or ® mark to indicate these trademarks or
registered trademarks in this manual.
● All other product names mentioned in this manual are trademarks
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