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[. . . ] E5CN-H E5AN-H E5EN-H Digital Controllers SUB1 SUB2 SUB1 SUB2 SUB3 HA PV HA SUB3 PV SUB1 SUB2 SUB3 HA SV RSP SV OUT1 RSP STOP OUT2 CMW MANU MV OUT1 STOP OUT2 CMW MANU MV OUT1 STOP OUT2 CWM MANU PF A/M PF A/M Ir Ir E5CN-H E5AN-H E5EN-H User's Manual Advanced Type Cat. H157-E1-02 E5CN-H E5AN-H E5EN-H Digital Controllers User's Manual Advanced Type Revised March 2009 iv Preface The E5CN-H, E5AN-H, and E5EN-H are Digital Controllers. The main functions and characteristics of these Digital Controllers are as follows: · Use the universal inputs to input from thermocouples or temperatureresistance thermometers, or to input analog voltage or analog current inputs. · Event inputs can be used to switch banks, switch between RUN and STOP status, switch between automatic and manual operation, start/reset the simple program function, and perform other operations. [. . . ] · The output current when the linear current type is set to 4 to 20 mA, the transfer output upper limit is set to 90. 0, and the transfer output lower limit is set to 10. 0 is shown in the following graph. · For scaling from 0. 0% to 100. 0%, the output for -5. 0 to 0. 0 will be the same value as for 0. 0%, and the output for 100. 0 to 105. 0 will be the same value as for 100. 0% 126 Using the Transfer Output Output current (mA) Section 4-14 20 4 MV (%) 0 10 Transfer output lower limit 90 100 Transfer output upper limit (The above graph is for when the linear current output is set to 4 to 20 mA. ) Operating Procedure Operation Level C The following procedure sets the transfer output for an SP range of -50 to 200. 25. 0 in-t 5 PV/SP 100. 0 Input Type Initial Setting Level 1. Press the O Key for at least three seconds to move from the operation level to the initial setting level. Initial Setting Level 2. Select the Transfer Output Type parameter by pressing the M Key. tr-t Type off Transfer Output tr-t C 3. Select the Transfer Output Upper Limit parameter by pressing the M Key. Transfer Output Initial Setting Level tr-h Upper Limit 1300. 0 C tr-h 200. 0 5. Select the Transfer Output Lower Limit parameter by pressing the M Key. tr-l Lower Limit -200. 0 Transfer Output 127 Using the Transfer Output C Section 4-14 7. To return to the operation level, press the O Key for at least one second. PV/SP Operation Level C 100. 0 128 Using Banks and PID Sets Section 4-15 4-15 Using Banks and PID Sets Banks Up to eight banks, each of which contains the following parameters, can be created. The current bank number can be changed by using key operations, event inputs, communications (operation commands), or simple programs. Parameter Set Point PID Set No. SP Ramp Set Value Alarm Value 1 to 3 Alarm Value Upper Limit 1 to 3 Alarm Value Lower Limit 1 to 3 Soak Time Wait Band 0 200. 0 0 OFF 240. 0 40. 0 40. 0 5 3. 0 1 500. 0 0 OFF 300. 0 30. 0 30. 0 10 5. 0 ··· 7 In the bank setting level, select the bank numbers to be edited with the Display Bank Selection parameter, and make the settings for each bank. Parameter Bank No. Display Bank Selection Setting range 0 to 7 0 to 7 Unit ----Default 0 See note. Note The current bank will be displayed. If you change the bank using the U and D Keys, monitor function will be canceled. If the following parameters are changed, the changes will be saved in the current bank: Set Point, Alarm Values 1 to 3, Alarm Value Upper Limits 1 to 3, Alarm Value Lower Limits 1 to 3, (operation level) SP Ramp Set Value, Soak Time, Wait Band (adjustment level). PID Set Number PID Set No. · Select a number from 1 to 8 to specify the PID set for each bank. · The bank number can be confirmed by checking the number at the beginning of the parameter. 1 0. pid Simple Program and Bank Functions For each bank, the Soak Time and Wait Band parameters can be set, and a simple program can be created. For details on creating a simple program, refer to 4-16 Using the Simple Program Function. PID Sets · The PID set to be executed is selected by using the PID Set No. If 0 (Automatic selection) is set, then the PID set will be selected automatically according to preset conditions. · Up to eight of the following parameters can be registered for each PID set. Parameter Proportional Band Setting range Temperature: 0. 1 to 3, 240. 0 Analog: 0. 1 to 999. 9 Default 8. 0 10. 0 Unit °C or °F %FS 129 Using Banks and PID Sets Parameter Integral Time Setting range Standard, heating/cooling, position proportional (closed): 0. 0 to 3, 240. 0 Position proportional (floating): 0. 1 to 3, 240. 0 0. 0 to 3240. 0 Standard: MV lower limit + 0. 1 to 105. 0 Heating/cooling: 0. 0 to 105. 0 Position proportional (closed): MV lower limit + 0. 1 to 105. 0 Standard: -5. 0 to MV upper limit -0. 1 Heating/cooling: -105. 0 to 0. 0 Position proportional (closed): -5. 0 to MV upper limit -0. 1 Temperature: -19, 999 to 32, 400 Analog: -5. 0 to 105. 0 0. 01 to 99. 99 0 to 9, 999 (0: LBA function disabled) Default 233. 0 Section 4-15 Unit s Derivative Time MV Upper Limit 40. 0 105. 0 s % MV Lower Limit -5. 0 -105. 0 -5. 0 1320. 0 105. 0 1. 00 0 % Automatic Selection Range Upper Limit Cooling Coefficient LBA Detection Time EU % (See note. ) None s Note When the PID Automatic Selection Data parameter is set to DV, the unit will be %FS. The settings for the PID sets are made in the PID setting level. In the PID setting level, select the PID set numbers to be edited with the Display PID Selection parameter, and make the settings for each PID set. Parameter Display PID Selection Setting range 1 to 8 Unit --Default See note. Note The current PID set is displayed. If you use the U and D Keys to change the PID set, the monitor function will be canceled When the following parameters are changed, the changes will be reflected in the current PID set: Proportional Band, Integral Time, Derivative Time, MV Upper Limit, MV Lower Limit, Cooling Coefficient (adjustment level) LBA Detection Time (advanced function setting level) Automatic PID Set Selection · If the PID Set No. parameter for a bank is set to 0, the PID set will be selected automatically according to preset conditions. PID set Automatic selection range 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 200. 0 400. 0 500. 0 600. 0 700. 0 800. 0 1000. 0 1300. 0 PV: 240. 0 (upper limit) In the setting example on the left (with the PID Set Automatic Selection Data parameter set to PV), the following PID parameters are used: PV 200°C: PID Set No. 2 Set the PID Set Automatic Selection Range Upper Limit so that the set value becomes larger as the PID set number increases. 8, however, the automatic selection range upper limit always equals the upper limit of the specified range. The PID Set Automatic Selection Hysteresis parameter can be used to set the hysteresis to prevent chattering when changing the PID set. [. . . ] (3) From the manual control level, key operations can be used to move to the operation level only. 336 Appendix (4) When the PF Setting parameter is set to A-M for a Controller with a PF Key (E5AN/EN-H). (5) When the PF Setting parameter is set to PFDP for a Controller with a PF Key (E5AN/EN-H) 337 Appendix Parameter Flow This section describes the parameters set in each level. Pressing the M Key at the last parameter in each level returns to the top parameter in that level. Power ON Manual Control Level Protect Level Operation Level Adjustment Level Bank Setting Level PID Setting Level Monitor/Setting Item Level Initial Setting Level Communications Setting Level Advanced Function Setting Level Press the O Key less than 1 s. PID Setting Level Press the O Key less than 1 s. Bank Setting Level Press the O Key less than 1 s. d. pid PID1 1 d. pid Display PID Selection Display d. bnk Bank0 Bank Selection 0 2 PID2 d. bnk Bank1 1 d. pid 3 PID3 d. bnk d. bnk 2 2 Bank2 d. pid 8 PID8 d. bnk Bank7 7 M c 1. p 8. 0 c M 8. p 8. 0 PID 8 Proportional Band c M 0. lsp 0. 0 c M c 233. 0 M 8. i PID 8 Integral Time 233. 0 M 0. pid 1 c 0. 0 7. lsp 0. 0 Bank 7 SP c M 0. a2l 0. 0 7. a-2 M 1. d 40. 0 M 7. pid 1 Bank 7 PID Set No. c Bank 7 0. 0 Alarm Value 2 Bank 7 Alarm Value 0. 0 Upper Limit 2 M 1. olh 105. 0 M 8. d 40. 0 M 7. a 2h PID 8 Derivative Time c M 0. spr off c M 0. a-3 c -5. 0 M c M 8. oll -5. 0 0. 0 PID 8 MV Lower Limit c c c M 0. a1h 0. 0 c 0. 0 Bank 7 0. 0 Alarm Value 1 Bank 7 Alarm Value 0. 0 Upper Limit 1 c M 0. a3l 0. 0 c M 7. a-3 Bank 7 M 7. a3h 0. 0 1. aut 1320. 0 c M 1. csc 1. 00 M 8. aut M 8. csc 1. 00 M c M 7. a1h M 0. 0 Alarm Value 3 Bank 7 Alarm Value Upper Limit 3 c PID 8 Automatic Selection 1320. 0 Range Upper Limit 0. a 1l 0. 0 M 0. sok 1 c PID 8 Cooling Coefficient M c 7. a 1l M M 1. lba 0 0. a-2 0. 0 c M 0. wtb off Bank 7 Alarm Value 0. 0 Lower Limit 1 c M 7. a3l Bank 7 Alarm Value 0. 0 Lower Limit 3 M M 8. lba 0 PID 8 LBA Detection Time M M c M 7. sok 1 Bank 7 Soak Time M M 7. wtb off Bank 7 Wait Band M 338 Set either of these parameters M 1. oll 105. 0 Set either of these parameters M 8. olh PID 8 MV Upper Limit M c 0. 0 M 7. spr M 7. a-1 Bank 7 SP off Ramp Set Value M c 0. a-1 M 0. a3h 7. a2l Bank 7 Alarm Value 0. 0 Lower Limit 2 Set either of these parameters M 1. i 0. a 2h Appendix Power ON Starting in manual mode. Manual Control Level Press the PF Key for at least 1 s. (See note 1. ) Press the O PID 25. 0 Control Key or the PF 100. 0 only Key for at least 1 s. [. . . ]

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