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Firmware versions Valid for all firmware versions through.90. library Other variations of this can also be ordered. Z-99 2 Notes 3 Contents Page Page Notes Preliary remarks. 2 elivery condition. 2 Switching on the instrument. 2 Information on displays in this operation manual. Information on the configuration and parameter definition tables. Information on the configuration menu.M,A, C LEs next to keys with the same name light Menu up Enter M,A, C LEs next to the keys with the same name Menu do not light up. Enter Wex Forced set point source or Hand operating mode. The binary inputs can control several functions at the same time, such as transferring between AI0 and AI02 and with simultaneous parameter transfer. The binary outputs can output several items of information logically combined by OR. Appropriate care is required for the configuration. Numbering and identification of the inputs and outputs Basic unit: Modules: Protronic 00 has one slot.Up to four analog or 6 binary inputs and outputs are processed in the modules. In the apparatus the digitalized inputs and outputs are identified as follows: AIxy Analog input no.Notes 6 escription of the Front Panel Fig. Associated LE lights up immediately the operating level exitted. At the same time, the menu symbol 26 in the text line is visible. 2 Acknowledgment of alarms, parameter setting and configuration data 22 In manual mode raise 23 In manual mode lower 24 Controller output 2 Closing screw 26 Menu symbol displays the momentary menu level The numbers of the individual operating and display elements are used identically in all parts of the equipment documentation. 6 escription of the Front Panel 7 Menu system Fig. 2 Z-9093 Menu system Self-tuning The self-tuning function is enabled in the configuration menu. Once enabled, it can be used without a password.Parameter Setting of the values for the configurable functions.Confi(guration) Service This menu contains i.a.

the functions lead balancing, display illuation adjustment, calibration, diagnosis. Supervisor This menu contains among others the menu item Factory setting, which enables the controller to be reset to its basic setting (single-channel, continuous controller; inputs and 2: ma; output: ma). The basic settings are underlined in the configuration tables. Attention All previously set functions are lost in case of a reset.Alarm message in channel display 8 Alarm treatment 9 Password protection Fig. 4 Z-90 Password input.Without having to restate the password, it is now possible to change to any level of the menu system (Query: I-B20-Q0). If the password is wrong, the display will change back to the main operation level. If a hardware inhibition has been configured (I-B02-Q0) and the binary output set, any attempt to access a protected level will produce the message OL inhibited. The message is displayed for 3 s, after which there is an automatic return to the operator control level. Fig. Blockade of the parameter setting and configuration level by Z-903 a binary input Abort the password input. Abort the password input: Lost password A lost password can be reset by provisionally changing a plug-in jumper in the device. This is on condition that the control loop has been switched off. Please find detailed information in the Section entitled Service. Password protection 9 10 Parameter setting uring the parameter setting mode, the controller is online, i.e. all functions are in operation. Since the automatic mode can be damaged by parameter modifications, the controller should be switched to Manual during configuration. Parameter setting menu Fig. 6 Parameter setting menu (Protronic 00: only Loops and 2) Z Parameterisation 11 Parameter selection and modification (Menu ). Enter the parameter menu: 2. If required, input password (proceed according to steps 4. to 8.): (Menu ) 3. Select parameter:, 4. Parameter released for modification: (Enter ) Fig. 7 Z-92 Fig.

8 Z-904 Parameter selection Gain selected for modification The parameter flashes at one position. Modify at the flashing position: 6. Shift the decimal point: Press and hold 7. Change value:, 8. Take over modified parameters (including decimal point change): or Reject modification: Enter. Parameterisation 12 Parameter classification The parameter stting Tables in this manual (as of page 62) have the following headings: evice All parameters valid for the entire device. Loop to 4 Parameters relating to control loops. Program -0 Program to 0 for the programmer (see Section on Programmer ). Parameter setting of device The parameter setting for the device consists of the four linearization tables. The dimension (EU) depends on the configured application. It is not input into the tables. The tables can be parameterized only when the tables are integrated into the configuration (e.g. AI-Bx-Q02). Parameter setting of loops to 4 (Protronic 00: only loops and 2) PI Parameters (Lx-P0 to Lx-P9) With a normal PI controller only the following parameters are possible: 0 Gain 02 Integral action time 03 erivative time 04 erivative gain 0 Operating point (if no integral action component) is accessible. If a parameter control has been configured (Lx-B02-F7.Q22), the necessary parameters from range P06 to P2 become active and can be seen in the display. The currently active values are always displayed in the menu items isplay, Parameter even with active parameter control in P0 to P0. PI2 Parameters (Lx-P2 - Lx-P37) The parameters apply to a second controller output (heat-offcool or split range). A parameter control of the first controller output is also effective for the second output. Self-tuning Lx-P2 - Lx-P28 ead time (Parameters Lx-P39 to Lx-P3) The time constants for the Smith Predictor (dead time algorithms) are set with these parameters. They are only accessible if this function has been configured.

Control output (Parameters Lx-P to Lx-P72) The parameters P to P62 con only be seen if the corresponding output function has been configured (Lx-B0-Q02). Limitations on the positioning signal (P67 to P70) are always available. Factory settings make them inoperative. The safety correction values P7, P72 are configuration-dependent (Lx-B07-Q03, Q0, Q06 and Lx-B0-Q03, Q0). Set points (Parameter Lx-P7 to Lx-P84) The parameters P7 to P80 define the limits for the set points and their rate of change. Factory settings of parameters P77 to P80 make them inoperative. Parameters P8 to P84 only become visible when the set points are configured as parameters (Lx-B0-Q02.). With the parameters P2 to P28, limitations are imposed on the self-tuning which are intended to ensure that no illegal operating situations arise. 2 Parameterisation 13 Alarm values (Parameter Lx-P9 to Lx-P96) If an alarm value has been configured for monitoring the rate of change, the parameter P96 will detere the time limit during which the values set with P7 to P7 may not be overshot. They define the limits of the ratio set point and the magnitude of the bias.Exit the parameter definition level jumps to a higher level. If this key is pressed and held for more than s, the menu system will be exitted. Parameterisation 3 14 Self-tune mode Fig. 0 Self-tuning. Accessible menu points: Z-909 self-tuning inhibited 2 before the start 3 during self-tuning 4 after calculating the parameter calculated G can be manually altered Remarks The self-tuning of several loops in an apparatus must be done after after the other. The self-tuning mode can become active in only one loop at a time. The self-tuning mode should be only started if the control variable has been constant for some time. This is generally only possible manually prior to the parameter definition.

In order to define a controller with the function heat-off-cool, the temperature of the path must be so high at the start of self-tuning, that cooling can become effective. 4 Parameterisation 15 Procedure In order to activate the controlled system, a control jump is applied to the controlled system at the start of the self-tune mode. This is then withdrawn after achieving an adjustable pulse duration. From this control pulse, the controller identifies the type of controlled system and the first parameters. A further jump takes place for balanced controlled systems to enable more exact calculation of the parameters. Parameter In the parameter menu 4 parameters are reserved for self-tuning. If required, these can be matched to the conditions of the controlled system: If the length of the st test pulse is selected at a length permitting a complete step response to be fully accepted (in both directions), no further step takes place on systems with balancing. Control jump Lx-P2 The selection must be so big that an evaluatable change in the controlled system can take place. Without that, the controlled system would reach a critical limit. Factory setting: 0.2 ( s). Max. Pos. control deviation Lx-P27 Max. Neg. control deviation Lx-P28 The first control pulse is withdrawn from the start value, if the there is a risk that the control variable could exceed the set range. Factory setting: EU If a second control pulse is given on the controlled system, the controller reduces this second pulse in such manner that no overranging takes place. Start of self-tuning. Call up the self-tune mode: Fig. If the self-tune mode is inhibited, the message inhibited f. SP. will appear on call-up. Fig. 2 Z-943 Inhibited for self-tuning Parameterisation Fig. 3 Z-9047 Start self-tuning. The display springs back to the main operator control level. A loop changeover is now possible. The display in the text line of the loop with active self-tuning changes between the TAG names and Selftune!.

Attention uring the deteration of the parameters, the loop is in the manual mode. In this situation, the controller output and the set point may not be changed manually. Manual adjustments are enabled for emergency interventions. Fig. 4 Z-9044 On completing the self-tuning exercise, the display changes. After re-entering the self-tune mode (fig.Change the displayed value:, or. Exit the self-tune mode: Fig. 6 Z Parameterisation 17 Acceptance of parameters After displaying and modifying, if necessary, the detered values, these can be accepted. Reject parameter: The previously set values remain valid. Fig. 9 Z-907 Reject? Abort the self-tuning mode Whilst self-tuning is in process, it can be aborted by reaccessing the operation level 2 and opening the menu item self-tuning. Abort the self-tuning exercise: or.Attention If a free configuration is loaded, this is displayed on calling up the configuration menu through Confi(free) (instead of Confi ). Only a few menu items can be called up. These are identified in the configuration tables provided as of page 74. Fig. 22 Z-93 Fig. 23 Z-9 Select AI B0 Q0 Change configuration. Queries are responded to with one- or two-digit figures. Parameters require the input of one- to -digit values (see Chapter on Parameter setting ). 2. Change the flashing position:, 3. Shift the flashing position: 4. Shift the decimal point: hold The text corresponding to the currently visible numeral is displayed in the text line. Accept the selected response with: Enter The response ceases to flash. Configuration 9 20 Exit the configuration menu jumps up one level higher. If you keep this key pressed for more than s, the menu is exitted. When the plausibility check is switched on (see Section on Supervisor ), the unit checks the configuration for completeness and plausibility on exitting the configuration menu. Fig. 24 Z-938 Check response. After that, the set functions are conditioned for processing. Fig. 2 Generate.

Z-940 After successfully taking over the configuration, the unit returns to the configuration menu. Exit the configuration menu: Fig. 26 Z-94 Configuration 20 Configuration 21 Configuration Examples The following configuration examples are detailed illustrations of some of the most important configurations. The configuration tables (as of page 74) illustrate complete configuration possibilities. Fig. 27 Z-9074 Configuration menu Instrument Configuration examples 2 22 Instrument Hardware To be given special attention is Point I-B-Q0 Hardware definition. These are recorded in I-B2-Q0 to Q07 (igitric 00: Q04). I-B-Q0 is automatically reset to 0. Fig. 28 Z-9070 By manually changing the inputs in I-B2, it is possible also to include modules in the configuration which are not (yet) available. It is not possible to commission a unit with incomplete hardware. The password protection is activated. On exitting the menu system, the password protection becomes immediately active. Password protection remains switched off for a further 30 s after exitting the menu system.The stated password is released for modification. It is changed in the same way as parameters. 22 Configuration examples: Instrument 23 AI efinition Fig. 3 Z-9049 Analog input menu General All analog inputs must be scaled for further use in the device. The values so defined are used as floating decimal point values for all further calculations in the device. The display of an analog input as control variable PV can be adjusted independent of range and the number of additional decimal points. Example: Thermocouple type K Measuring range of the sensor: C Control range: C AI0 AI02 AIxy is the universal input of the basic unit. The primary detector is connected according to type and according to the relevant connection diagram. In the device, the inut type must be input in the AI-B0-Q0.Configuration examples: AI efinition 23 24 Sensor fault Monitoring is implemented at all inputs and for all types of sensors.

This can be inside or outside the mormal measuring reange, so that an appropriate controller response is forced. The controller output does not respond to sensor fault.In the case of inputs for temperature sensors, C is automatically provided as dimension. It is possible to change over to F with automatic conversion. AI-Bxy-Q03 offers a number of dimensions. Measured value is displayed linearly in the seclected scaling.The measured value is square rooted. Below PV0, the resultant measured value is forced to 0, or replaced by a measured value with a linear characteristic.If the measured value originates from a non-linearising temperature transmitter, the sensor characteristic can be predefined. The range of the transmitter is set by AI-Bxy-P0 and P06. Lead balancing must be performed with two-wire circuit (see Section Service ). Teletransmitter input Balancing for start and end is normally required with teletransmitter measurement. The balancing is described in the section on Service. The scaling and linearization correspond to the ma inputs. The requirements for this are dictated by the safety precautions taken for the regulating unit. Example: By selecting the appropriate characteristic, the key can be used to open a valve of any type. The block MC further contains an optional classification of the output signal of the PI function on two output signals with equal or different characteristic (split range). The valve opens with spring force and closes proportionally to the regulating current, which means it is opened in current-free condition or the valve coloses with spring force and opens proportionally to the regulating current, which means it is closed in current-free condition. Automatic characteristic (AC) Lx-B02-Q0 The automatic characteristic deteres, how the controller reacts to a change in the controller variable. Should the output rise or fall in case of increasing controlled variable.

Should there be more cooling or less heating in case of increasing temperature. When setting the automatic characteristic, please pay attention to the manually set characteristic. 26 Configuration examples: Characteristics 27 Set points Up to 7 set point sources are provided in the controllers: up to 4 manual set points which can be set via the serial interface, external set point, linked with an analog input, Computer set point and Programmer (only once in the unit). Which set points are available is defined by configuration. This makes bumpless resetting to set point possible. It cannot be transferred to another unit with the configuration. At the parameter level, Lx-P8 is set and stored as set point. This value can be transferred to other units. Process-related set point changes at the operator control level are not stored. Computer set point The computer set point can only be changed via the interface. Configuration examples: Set points 27 28 Programmer One programmer is available for each unit. This programmer can store up to ten programs, each with sections. Activating programs The individual programs are activated in the configuration menu (P-B0-Q0 bis Q0): 0 The program has not been activated and connot be selected on the front panel. At the start of the program, the program starts at the programmed start set point Px-P0. 2 If the current measured value is within the first section, then the program starts with this value. The section is shortened accordingly. If the value lies outside of the section, then the program is started with the start set point. Parameter setting of programs How the program behaves at start of the program (start at set point or at the control variable) is detered in the configuration (P-B0-Q0 to Q0). The parameters of programs to 0 are set separately. Parameters Px-P0 to Px-P3 The programmer parameters Px0 to Px3 define the behaviour of the set point as a function of time. The parameter Px-P0 is the start value.

The value of parameter Px-P02 is attained after the time Px-P7 is reached. The time is set to 0 for a stepshaped curve. Attention Sections which have the end values 9999 are sprung over by the program. Parameters P-P47 to P-P49 With the parameters Px-P47 to Px-P49 it is possible to define and configure a loop between Px-P47 and Px-P48, which the programmer so often repeats upon reaching the end of section Px-P48, until the value Px-P49 is obtained. It is after that that the remaining sections are processed. Parameters P-P0 to P-P64 Using the parameters P-P0 to P-P64, it is possible to define whether the program is to be stopped in individual sections, if the measured value cannot follow the prescribed set point curve. Ramps are stopped with them, stop times start running when the measured value is within the tolerance range. The factory settings make this function inoperative. Parameters P-P32 to P-P46 The binary channels are synchronised chronologically with the sections of the set point program. Up to four binary flags can be set in each section. Upper-range value. The fixed value input circuit is possible in: single- and multi-channel controllers and in slave controllers of cascades. Task The controlled variable PV is controlled to a set point SP produced in the controller or outside it. Lx-B03-Q02 oes not apply. Lx-B03-Q03 Normally 2, Err in EU. Lx-B03-P0 User-defined dimension. Lx-B03-Q06 ecimal point position in the digital display. Lx-B03-P07 Numerical value for digital display for start of measuring range. Lx-B03-P08 Numerical value display for end of measuring range. Lx-B03-P6 Required starting value for analog display. Lx-B03-P7 Required end value for analog display. The placing of a decimal point is not necessary. End of measuring range. It is not necessary to set a decimal point position. Set point limits The set point limit should be set to meaningful values within the control range.

The inputs required for calculating the flow must be configured in the required units (mbar, bar, C). Control range is equal to measuring range. Note For displays up to no decimal position is possible after the decimal point. Set point limits The set point limits are to be set to meaningful values within the control range. In the case of multi-channel controllers, the configuration is according to the arrangement of the available inputs. The second analog input can perform different tasks. Application examples: Level control on two different tanks. It normally requires additional analog inputs. Applications. Feed water control of drum water tanks. Instead of this circuit, a cascade circuit can be used (see section on Cascades ) (not Protronic 00). 2. Additional interconnection of measuring signals or set points. Example: Control of the total of two quantity signals. For both quantity measurements, an additional state correction can be coupled for gas or steam (see section on State correction ). Unfalsified water level display. Corresponds to the configuration of ES. Must be adapted in the commissioning. Routing the inputs Lx-B04 as a function of the available analog inputs. Configuration examples: Multi-component control 33 34 Configuration of 2. If only two values are to be added in a single-channel controller, it is also possible under certain circumstances to operate with the basic unit. According to the configuration of the inputs. Start value of the analog display. Ratio and set points An external (current signal) set point, the programmer and a computer are available as set point sources SP to SP3 in ratio control. There is also the set point SP for this application. The ratio set point SP - as long as not used - can be tracked in such a way that bumpless changeover to the ratio fixed value can take place.

The ratio-set point Vw can be configured in such a way that with fixed-value control or when using another ratio set point, it is tracked to this so that bumpless resetting to the ratio set point SP is possible.The air signal must therefore always be linked to ES, irrespective of the controlling air or fuel. Excess air The excess air is attained by setting a Bias. Linear: A linear bias is set with the parameter Lx-P7. It always has the dimension of the air signal. Non-linear: The bias is derived from the fuel quantity. The input of Table 4 is the same as the input ES2 (fuel). 36 Configuration examples: Ratio control 37 Fig. 44 Structure of the input circuit ratio, displays and creation of the control deviation.Lx-B03-P07 Lower-range value (normally 0). Lx-B03-P08 Upper-range value. Configuration ratio: Lx-B03-Q09 igital display RPV and RSP or PV (quantity ) and RSP quantity 2. Lx-B03.Q0 imension for R e.g without or %. Lx-B03-Q2 igits right to the decimal point for R display. Required upper-range value. Output of the display defined by Lx-B03- Q to P7 on analog output. Scaling is therefore normally performed in 0 to 00 % or part ranges thereof.Configuration Fig. 48 Heat quantity control with Protronic 00 Z-927 The input signal connection multiplication enables the control of a product of two input variables. Instead of one input variable, the evaluated sum can also consist of two variables. This involves the measurement of the inflowing (or outflowing) quantity of a heat transfer system on an energy consug unit e.g. water and the temperature difference between feed forward and feedback. The three inputs should be scaled with their dimensions. Parameter changeover One or several parameters can be changed over, depending on an alarm value or a binary input. This is necessary when transferring between two different measured signals as controlled variable, for example.

The changeover is not necessary when transferring between transmitters with different measuring ranges for the same physical variable. The measured value doesn t change at the changeover because of the scaling of the inputs. The system gain with ph control changes considerably with the ph value. The gain is at its maximum at about ph 7 and decreases very rapidly for ph0 and ph4. Table is defined with the controller circuit gain G (by using the titration curve). Bild Z-908 Linear parameter control, U is the controlling variable Configuration examples: Parameter variation 4 42 State correction (not Protronic 00) For the measurement of gases or steam, the measuring unit is designed for certain pressure and temperature values. If the actual values differ from the projected values, the result will be drastic measurment errors. To correct these errors, compensation adjustment possibilities are provided for the correction of both ideal and real gases. The state correction calculates the standard quantities (0 C and.03 bar) from the current measured values. The state correction is possible with all input signal connections. Within the unit, a maximum of two corrections are available simultaneously. The state correction normally requires additional analog inputs. Configuration of gases and steam Fig. 3 State correction gas, steam Z-944 The parameter and configuration data are illustrated in Tables 3 to. Routing the inputs and outputs Configuration of water mass flow The routing of the inputs of the state correction unit depends on the module location of the analog inputs. The inputs must each be scaled. It is irrelevant whether a temperature reading is fed directly or via transmitter.P0 Value Value Value Value Value Value Value bar rcuk max. P Value Value Value Value Value Value Value bar Temperature. P2 Value Value Value Value Value Value Value C Temperature max. P3 Value Value Value Value Value Value Value C ensity.