2 DISIBEINT ELECTRONIC S.L, has been present n the feld of the manufacture of components for the ndustral automaton for more than years, and mantans n constant evoluton ther wde range of products structured n fve famles: Sensors, magnetc swtches and transducers Level relays for lquds and solds Tmers Control, survellance and logc relays Dgtal control relay Data transmsson Our permanent preoccupaton s to gve a sutable answer to the problems that appear n the automaton of the dfferent ndustral processes, provdng the most sutable materal for each applcaton. GUARANTEE The products provded by DISIBEINT has a guarantee perod of two years, aganst all defect due to the materals or to the manufacture of the equpment. It does not cover the defects caused durng the transport or by a bad applcaton, nether the elements subject to wearng down, nor the drect or ndrect consequences caused n the nstallaton by the nadequate use of the equpment. Rev.0/00 0/0/0 DISIBEINT reserves the rght to modfy the specfcatons stated n ths document wthout prevous notce.
3 INDEX Descrpton and parts of the equpment... Techncal data... Qualty certfcate... Conventons used n ths manual... General concepts... Types of screen... Fast gude for beggnng... User programs... Advanced programmng... MENUS AND SCREENS Set up menu... Total number of modules... State of the relay s contact... State of the relay n alarm mode... Detecton/Release by modules... Detecton and release module... Detecton and/or release tmng... Readng unts... Top of scale... Loop -0 ma... RS... Optons menu... Save program... User program... Programs and... See screen... Edton of the user screen... Informaton of the model and verson... Screen refresh... Lockng parameters... Language... Complementary functons... Error messages... Outputs communcaton... Your notes
4 DESCRIPTION OF THE EQUIPMENT The model s a dgtal control relay for sngle phase voltages. The parameters that can be controlled are: - Maxmum and / or mnmum voltage. RMS value. - Maxmum and / or mnmum frequency. - Maxmum DC component. Operatons under the control of dfferent parameters can be assocated wth three relays, a -0 ma current loop or RS/RS seral communcaton. Each of the three avalable relays can be assgned the shot by one or more parameters. PARTS OF THE EQUIPMENT Phases nput Optons selecton Screen s selecton Change of values Text edton Supply voltage nput LCD screen Enter Sgnalng of the supply voltage and state of the relay Relays output
5 TECHNICAL DATA (/) Functon Workng mode Dsplay to read value Output Detecton/ Release Tmer Repeatblty Tme range Precson VAC Frequency Precson -0 ma Voltage relay for sngle-phase lnes. Control of own supply voltage. User confgurable. Each of the three relays avalable can be assgned ts drve for one or more magntudes, makng t the frst stuaton to occur. By the followng status dsplays: TENSION: Tenson lína. FREQUENCY: Frequency of the lne. DC COMPONENT: contnuous component of the lne - From.. ndependent relays - Analog -0 ma (optonal) - Communcaton RS - RS (optonal) All fgures may be desgnated the detect and/or replacement value. It s assocated wth the acton of the relay. Adjustable detecton and/or replacement. Multple functons. ± 0 ppm 0,0.., s 0,0.., m 0,.., h Taken on the value beng measured 0 Hz: 0.% 60 Hz: 0.% 0.% % addtonal to the equpment value. Connecton Dmensons
6 TECHNICAL DATA (/) Output relays Resstve load Inductve AC DC AC load DC Mechancal lfe Mech. swtchng rate Elect. lfe at full load Contact materal Operatng voltage Volt. between contacts Volt. col/contact Isolaton resstance Indcaton 6 A / 0 V 6 A / V A / 0 V A / V > 6 oper..000 oper. / hour 60 oper. / hour AgSnO Alloy 0 VAC ( ºC) 00 VAC 000 VAC > 0 MW (00 VDC) red led for relay Supply voltage Galvanc solaton Frequency Operatng margns Consumpton Power on tme Detecton tme Reset Indcaton ~ L A A N 000 V..0 Hz ±%, VA at 0 Hz: 0 ms at 60 Hz: 6,6 ms at 0 Hz: ms at 60 Hz:,6 ms net cycle or -0% of the nomnal voltage Green led Constructves and ambentals dats Overvoltage category Rated mpulse voltage Polluton degree Protecton Approxmate weght Storage temperature Operatng temperature Humdty Housng Socket Leds cover Button, termnal block, clp Pns of the termnal block Desgned and manufactured under EEC normatve. Drectves referred: Electromagnetc compatblty: EMC 00//EEC. Low voltage: LVD 006//EEC. Hazardous substances: 0/6/EEC Plastcs: UL V0 I I I (EN6) kv (EN6) IP 0 0 g ºC ºC < % HR Cycoloy - Lght grey Lexan - Transparent Technyl - Dark blue Brass 0, Nm
8 CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS MANUAL Symbols It refers to the nformaton own of the theme that s treated.! Indcate mportant warnngs to take nto account. It refers to how the keys must be pressed to perform the actons ndcated n the examples. General nformaton about the controller or about ths manual, too. Screens In the pages where s explaned how to access to the dfferent screens and menus (pages..), t s shown the way to come to the resoluton of every opton. Ths way s hghlghted by a dark background of the of the screens related n that opton. The unon of several screens by means of a dashed lne, means that the opton s vald for all of them. 6
9 GENERAL CONCEPTS Loop -0 ma (optonal): The value sent by the -0mA loop can be whchever of the followng ones: - Voltage - Frequency - DC component See the page 0- to assocate a value to the current loop. Communcaton wth PC (optonal): It s possble to communcate to the controllers SVO and SVP wth a computer va the seral port RS for ts remote programmng or to process the data that t generates. For a standngalone communcaton, the programmng nterface CBPZ s requred. For a multple communcaton (up to equpments) an RS-RS conversor must be used, reference SBAZ. Dsplay s llumnaton: The dsplay remans llumnated whle ts s accessed to the dfferent screens. If a key s not pressed for longer than 0 seconds, the lght turns off. In order to turn the lght on, t s enough to press any key once only. Workng mode: After settng up the controller s parameters, t can be back to the normal workng mode by executng the opton from the menu. The status screens can be also vsualzed f any key s not pressed for longer than mnutes. Interactve menus: Only those optons that can be confgured are accessble n menus, beng the rest of the they no vsble. Ths characterstc s nteractve, ths s, that t s produced automatcally n functon of the actve optons at each moment. Change of values: The screens used to change a numercal value contan the margns between that value can be adjusted. These margns can depend on another optons, so that they can vsualze dfferent values n functon of another prevous relatons. Assgnaton of magntudes: Each relay can be actvated by the control of one or varous magntudes. For exemple, t can be assgned to the acton by maxmum voltage and mnmum frequency, althongh when the relay s actvated, t s not possble to know whch magntude has provoked t.
10 TYPES OF SCREENS (/). Status screen VOLTAGE Vdc 0.00 Number to current screen Number to total screens Name of the magntude Current value Unts Maxmum lmt Graphcal bar Mnmum lmt The status screens show the actual values of the magntudes that the equpment controls. In the normal workng mode, the equpment shows the status screen that the user has chosen lke preferrng magntude of vsualzaton. In order to move around among the dfferent status screens of status, press. By pressng from anyone, t s entered to the set up menu. The default status screen s the one shown when the equpment s powered or when any key s pressed for longer than mnutes. To select t, execute the opton SEE SCREEN (see page ).. User screen USER SCREEN WRITE HERE YOUR TEXT PERSONALIZED The text edted n the user screen s the one that wll be shown next to the status screens when the equpment s the normal workng mode. The characters that can be used are the followng: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Å Æ ß Ç Ñ Ø - / # % < = > 0 6 Pressng and the desred character s selected and becomes valdated by pressng, movng up to the followng poston of the rght hand or to the lne below. The repeated pulsaton of provokes the advance of the cursor.! A valdated character can not get modfed, that means that s not possble to move back. In order to modfy a text, s necessary to enter agan nto the edton screen. In order to abandon ths screen s essental to advance untl the last poston of the last row.
11 TYPES OF SCREEN (/). Screen of optons menu RELAY RELAY Number to selected opton Number total of optons Ttle of the menu Descrpton of the optons. Selecton of optons menu Are those n whch a seres of optons s vsualzed, lne by lne. The selecton of one opton carres to a new menu. The dgts placed at the top of the screen ndcate, from top to down, the number of the selected opton and the total number of optons. The optons are dsposed n an endless loop, n such a way than after the last opton t comes to the frst one of the seres. In the same way, movng back from the frst opton t comes to the last one of the seres. RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY Press the keys untl the cursor ndcate the desred value and to valdate t and jump to a new menu. In order to abandon a menu of optons and to return the precedng screen, the opton must selected. RELAY RELAY RELAY
12 TYPES OF SCREENS (/). Informatve screen of numercal value TIMER RELEASE.00 S Number of the selected opton Number total of optons Ttle of the menu Descrpton of the opton Current value Unts Lockng state. Screen for changng a numercal value RELEASE..00 S 0.0 Parameter to modfy Current value Unts Mnmum value Maxmum value Once placed on the screen that shows the parameter we want to modfy ts value, press n order to access to the screen for changng the value. Snce the modfcaton s done dgt by dgt and not lke a complete value, the frst dgt at left remans blnkng. Press to modfy the value and to valdate t and to advance to the followng dgt. When the last dgt becomes valdated the precedng screen s vsualzated agan. ORIGIN VALUE TIMER RELEASE.00 S NEW VALUE TIMER RELEASE.0 S RELEASE..00 S 0.0 RELEASE..0 S 0.0
13 TYPES OF SCREENS (/). Informatve screen of alphanumerc value CONTACT RELAY OFF RELAY ON Parameter to modfy Optons. Screen for changng an alphanumercal value STATE OF CONTACT RELAY OFF Number of the selected opton Number total of optons Ttle of the menu Descrpton of the opton Current value Lockng state Once placed on the screen that shows the parameter we want to modfy ts value, press n order to access to the screen for changng the value. Press untl the cursor ndcates the desured value and to valdate t and return to the precedng screen. ORIGIN VALUE STATE OF CONTACT RELAY OFF NEW VALUE STATE OF CONTACT RELAY ON CONTACT RELAY OFF RELAY ON CONTACT RELAY ON RELAY OFF
14 TYPES OF SCREENS (/). Screens menus Are those n whch s vsualzed a seres of screens, all them related under the same concept. The dgts placed at the top of the screen ndcate, from top to down, the number of the selected screen and the total number of screens. The screens are dsposed n an endless loop, n such a way than after the last screen t comes to the frst one of the seres. In the same way, movng back from the frst screen t comes to the last one of the seres. Each one of the screens usually dsplays the defnton of a parameter and ts actual value. Press the keys to move to a new screen and to modfy the value vsualzed n t. If no-one value s vsualzed on the screen, pressng t s accessed to a new menu. In order to abandon a screens menu and return to the precedng one, the screen must be selected. RELE VOLTAGE DETEC/MAX 6.0. Vdc VOLTAGE RELEASE/MAX Vdc TIMER DETECTION 00.0 S TIMER RELEASE
15 QUICK START - Apply supply voltage to termnals A and A. Be sure to match wth the value marked on the equpment. The green LED s lt. Now t does not matter f the red LEDs for relays or not llumnated. - Set the parameters that your applcaton needs. You can now choose between two solutons: set each parameter ndvdually (see Advanced Programmng, pg. ) or use the "user programs" whch, by way of example, contan most of the parameters already confgured for some applcatons "type" and where you only need to modfy those that do not ft your applcaton. Please read the descrpton of these programs to see f t suts your needs. (See pages.. 6). - Verfy that the relay status s desred, checkng the red LEDs on the front. - If correct, dsconnect the power supply and connect the output relays under the terms of ther applcaton. Reapplyng voltage, the team wll be ready to work.
16 RAMS (/) User programs are permanent n the devce. In order to modfy them, load the program you desre (for example, number ) nto memory by means of the sequence --PROGRAM. Modfy the parameters, values, tmers, etc. and do the opportune checkngs untl everythng work correctly. Bear n mnd that the dsconnecton of the supply voltage does not provoke the loss of data. For your safety, save your changes by means of the sequence SET UP--. (see page ). Remember than every tme that Program s loaded nto memory, the default factory parameters wll be restored. If the User Program s loaded (- -PROG USER), you wll obtan the parameters that you modfed (see page ). It s not requred to load any user program when the equpment turns on: t s kept the same confguraton that was operatve the last tme that the equpment was turned off.
17 RAMS (/) PROGRAM : Control for overvoltage and undervoltage. It s suposed a voltage of 00 v. : Control for overvoltage. STATE OF CONTACT DEFINITION WORKING MODE V DETEC / MAX V RELEASE / MAX DETECTION TIMER RELEASE TIMER = ON = = 0 Vac = Vac = 0, s = 0, s ALARM STATE = OFF V MAXIMUM = OPERATIVE V MINIMUM = NON OPERATIVE FREQUENCY MAXIMUM = NON OPERATIVE FREQUENCY MINIMUM = NON OPERATIVE DC COMPONENT MAXIMUM = NON OPERATIVE DETECTION MODE = DELAYED TIME RANGE DETECTION = SECONDS RELEASE MODE = DELAYED TIME RANGE RELEASE = SECONDS RELAY : Control for mnmum. STATE OF CONTACT DEFINITION WORKING MODE V DETEC / MIN V RELEASE / MIN DETECTION TIMER RELEASE TIMER = ON = = 60 Vac = 6 Vac = 0, s = 0, s ALARM STATE = OFF V MAXIMUM = NON OPERATIVE V MINIMUM = OPERATIVE MAXIMUM FREQUENCY = NON OPERATIVE MINIMUM FREQUENCY = NON OPERATIVE DC COMPONENT MAXIMUM = NON OPERATIVE DETECTION MODE = DELAYED TIME RANGE DETECTION = SECONDS RELEASE MODE = DELAYED TIME RANGE RELEASE = SECONDS RELAY : Control for overvoltage and mnmum STATE OF CONTACT = ON DEFINITION WORKING MODE = V DETEC / MAX = 0 Vac V RELEASE / MAX = Vac V DETEC / MIN = 60 Vac V RELEASE / MIN = 6 Vac DETECTION TIMER = 0, s RELEASE TIMER = 0, s ALARM STATE = OFF V MAXIMUM = OPERATIVE V MINIMUM = OPERATIVE MAXIMUM FREQUENCY = NON OPERATIVE MINIMUM FREQUENCY = NON OPERATIVE DC COMPONENT MAXIMUM = NON OPERATIVE DETECTION MODE = DELAYED TIME RANGE DETECTION = SECONDS RELEASE MODE = DELAYED TIME RANGE RELEASE = SECONDS NOTE: Optons n talcs are only avalable accordng to the ones selected n DEFINITION WORKING MODE.
18 RAMS (/) PROGRAM : Control for overvoltage, DC component, undervoltage and frequency. It s supose a voltage of 00 v. : Control for overvoltage and mnmum. STATE OF CONTACT = ON DEFINITION WORKING MODE = V DETEC / MAX = 0 Vac V RELEASE / MAX = Vac V DETEC / MIN = 60 Vac V RELEASE / MIN = 6 Vac DETECTION TIMER = 0, s RELEASE TIMER = 0, s RELAY : Control for DC component ALARM STATE = OFF V MAXIMUM = OPERATIVE V MINIMUM = OPERATIVE FREQUENCY MAXIMUM = NON OPERATIVE FREQUENCY MINIMUM = NON OPERATIVE DC COMPONENT MAXIMUM = NON OPERATIVE DETECTION MODE = DELAYED TIME RANGE DETECTION = SECONDS RELEASE MODE = DELAYED TIME RANGE RELEASE = SECONDS STATE OF CONTACT DEFINITION WORKING MODE DC DETEC / MAX DC RELEASE / MAX DETECTION TIMER RELEASE TIMER = ON = =.00 Vdc = 0.0 Vdc = 0, s = 0, s ALARM STATE = OFF V MAXIMUM = NON OPERATIVE V MINIMUM = NON OPERATIVE FREQUENCY MAXIMUM = NON OPERATIVE FREQUENCY MINIMUM = NON OPERATIVE DC COMPONENT MAXIMUM = OPERATIVE DETECTION MODE = DELAYED TIME RANGE DETECTION = SECONDS RELEASE MODE = DELAYED TIME RANGE RELEASE = SECONDS RELAY : Control for frequency STATE OF CONTACT = ON DEFINITION WORKING MODE = FREQUENCY DETEC / MAX =.0 Hz FREQUENCY RELEASE / MAX =.0 Hz FREQUENCY DETEC / MIN =.0 Hz FREQUENCY RELEASE / MIN =.0 Hz DETECTION TIMER = 0, s RELEASE TIMER = 0, s ALARM STATE = OFF V MAXIMUM = NON OPERATIVE V MINIMUM = NON OPERATIVE FREQUENCY MAXIMUM = OPERATIVE FREQUENCY MINIMUM = OPERATIVE DC COMPONENT MAXIMUM = NON OPERATIVE DETECTION MODE =DELAYED TIME RANGE DETECTION = SECONDS RELEASE MODE = DELAYED TIME RANGE RELEASE = SECONDS NOTE: Optons n talcs are only avalable accordng to the ones selected n DEFINITION WORKING MODE. 6
19 ADVANCED PROGRAMMING If you want to program by your own the devce, t s not necessary to load any program. Set the parameters showed n the screens that appear when puttng the equpment on for the frst tme. Follow the steps below before begnnng to program: - Determne what acton wll make each relay (Ex.: relay to control the overvoltage, relay to control the phases cycle, ). Bear n mnd the followng characterstcs:. - Dfferent relays can control relés the same magntude (Ex.: To set up two set ponts for a mnmum voltage, actve the detecton by mnmum voltage for the relays and, and set a dfferent value to each one of them).. - Dferent magntudes can be assocated to the same relay. - Determne what actons wll have tmng (Ex.: seconds when detectng overvoltage, seconds f the phases are unbalanced, ). - Begn to program. Remember that certan optons wll be avalable accordng to whch are settled n other prevous optons. Enter to the menu and select. Look for the screen DEFINITION WORKING MODE and select t. Actve and deactve the optons of the screens of ths menu accordng to your prevous plannng. If you want to add tmng to the detecton or to the release, set the screens MODE DETECTION or MODE RELEASE lke DELAYED, respectvely. In the followng screen you wll be able to set the tme unts. Select the screen to return to the prevous menu and program the rest of the optons that you have actved for. - Proceed n the same way for the rest of relays, n case that you are gong to use them. - Consult the followng pages to know the rest of programmng possbltes offered by the devces.
20 MENU RELAY RELAY * * RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RS RELAY LOOP -0mA RS LOOP -0mA RS ALARM FREQ 6 RS ALARM FREQ ALARM FREQ ALARM FREQ RELAY * Is the man menu from whch s possble to set up all the parameters nvolved n the equpment. It s accessed from the status screens when pressng the button Enter. It s also possble to arrve by chosng the succesves optons ncluded n whchever of the rest of menus or screens. These optons depend on the selected equpment, t means that they cannot be avalable n the one you have.
21 STATE OF THE RELAY CONTACTS RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RS RELAY LOOP -0mA RS STATE OF CONTACT RELAY ON DEFINITION WORKING MODE CONTACT RELAY ON RELAY OFF CONTACT RELAY OFF RELAY ON Exstng nformaton on ths page and n the subsequent confguraton referred, RELAY extend to RELAY and, beng necessary to set the parameters of each relay ndependently. The state of the relay (OFF/ON) ndcates the poston of the contacts of the relay when the controller s turned on. The state of the contact of the relay must be set up accordng to the requred operaton you need to perform.
22 STATE OF CONTACT IN ALARM RELAY DEFINITION WORKING MODE MODE STATE ALARM RELAY OFF ALARM RELAY ON RELAY OFF RELAY RELAY STATE CONTACT RELAY ON MODE VOLTAGE MAXIMUM NON OPERATIVE ALARM RELAY OFF RELAY ON RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA MODE VOLTAGE MINIMUM NON OPERATIVE RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RS MODE FREQUENCY MAXIMUM NON OPERATIVE RELAY LOOP -0mA RS MODE FREQUENCY MINIMUM Is defned as "alarm condton" that happens n any of the followng cases: - There was an error n the nternal memory of the computer or other component that alters the normal functonng. - The frequency of the network vares to such an extent that t loses the accuracy of work ndcated (See 'Techncal Data' on page. Ths wll put the relay n alarm only when t has any actve voltage parameter, and the opton of''frequency devaton alarm s actvated''. (See page ) Snce the computer could be left wth conflctng nformaton usng ths opton you can set the status relay contacts when there are such crcumstances. 0
23 MAX. AND/OR MIN. VOLTAGE (/) RELAY STATE OF CONTACT RELAY ON MODE STATE OF ALARM RELAY OFF MAX VOLTAGE NON OPERATIVE OPERATIVE RELAY RELAY RELAY DEFINITION WORKING MODE MODE VOLTAGE MAXIMUM NON OPERATIVE MAX VOLTAGE OPERATIVE NON OPERATIVE RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA MODE VOLTAGE MINIMUM NON OPERATIVE RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RS 6 MODE FREQUENCY MAXIMUM NON OPERATIVE MIN VOLTAGE NON OPERATIVE OPERATIVE RELAY LOOP -0mA RS MIN VOLTAGE OPERATIVE NON OPERATIVE Actvaton To make the relay operates when the controller detects a determnate maxmum and/or mnmum voltage, set ths opton as OPERATIVE.
24 MAX. AND/OR MIN. VOLTAGE (/) RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RS RELAY LOOP -0mA RS 6 STATE OF CONTACT RELAY ON DEFINITION WORKING MODE VOLTAGE DETEC/MAX 6. VOLTAGE RELEASE/MAX. VOLTAGE DETEC/MIN.. Vca Vac Vac VOLTAGE RELEASE/MIN Vac DETEC/MAX RELEASE/MAX DETEC/MIN. 0.. RELEASE/MIN. 0.. Vac Vac Vac Vac Prevous condton VOLTAGE MAXIMUM = [ OPERATIVE ] VOLTAGE MINIMUM = [ OPERATIVE ] Adjustement It allows to set the value (VAC) for the detecton and/or the release of the max. and/or mn. voltage. When settng the workng values for Maxmum, the release value must be lower than the detecton value.
25 MAXIMUM AND/OR MINIMUM FREQUENCY (/) RELAY STATE CONTACT RELAY OFF MODE STATE ALARM RELAY OFF RELAY RELAY DEFINITION WORKING MODE MODE VOLTAGE MAXIMUM NON OPERATIVE FREC MAX NON OPERATIVE OPERATIVE RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA MODE VOLTAGE MINIMUM NON OPERATIVE FREC MAX OPERATIVE NON OPERATIVE RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RS MODE MAXIMUM FREQUENCY NON OPERATIVE RELAY LOOP -0mA RS MODE MINIMUJM FREQUENCY NON OPERATIVE FREC MIN NON OPERATIVE OPERATIVE 6 MODE DETECTION MODE NON OPERATIVE FREC MIN OPERATIVE NON OPERATIVE! Actvaton For the relay to act when your computer to read a certan maxmum frequency and/or mnmum frequency, set ths opton to OPERATIVE. Regardless of the status of ths opton, f the frequency vares to such an extent that t loses the specfed precson (see 'Techncal Data' on page ), the relay has an actve tenson parameter, and the opton of 'frequency devaton alarm' s actve, t swtches to alarm state. See page 0 for detals.
26 MAXIMUM AND/OR MINIMUM FREQUENCY (/) RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RS RELAY LOOP -0mA RS 6 STATE CONTACT RELAY OFF DEFINITION MODE WORK RELAY OFF FREQUENCY DETEC/MAX.0Hz FREQUENCY RELEASE/MAX.0Hz FREQUENCY DETEC/MIN.0Hz FREQUENCY RELEASE/MAX.0Vcc DEFINITION WORKING MODE DETEC/MAX Hz.0 RELEASE/MAX.0 0.0Hz.0 DETEC/MIN.0 0.0Hz.0 RELEASE/MIN.0 0.0Hz.0 Prevous condtons MAXIMUM FREQUENCY = [ OPERATIVE ] MINIMUM FREQUENCY = [ OPERATIVE] Adjustment It allows to set the value (Hz) for the detecton and/or the release of the maxmum and/or mnmum frequency. When settng the workng values for Maxmum, the release value must be lower than the detecton value. When settng the workng values for Mnmum, the release value must be hgher than the detecton value.
27 DC COMPONENT MAXIMUM (/) RELAY STATE OF CONTACT RELAY OFF MODE ALARM STATE RELAY OFF RELAY RELAY DEFINITION MODE WORKING MODE VOLTAGE MAXIMUM DESACTIVADO DC COMPONENT NON OPERATIVE OPERATIVE RELAY RELAY LOOP -0 ma MODO RELE FREQUENCY MINIMUM NON OPERATIVE DC COMPONENT OPERATIVE NON OPERATIVE RELAY RELAY LOOP -0 ma RS 6 MODE DC COMPONENT MAX OPERATIVE LOOP -0 ma RS MODE MODE DETECTION Actvaton For the relay to act when your computer to read a certan maxmum contnuous component, set ths opton to OPERATIVE.
28 DC COMPONENT MAXIMUM (/) CONFIGURACION RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY LOOP -0 ma RELAY RELAY LOOP -0 ma RS LOOP -0 ma RS STATATE CONTACT RELE OFF DEFINITION MODE WORK RELAY OFF DC COMPONENT DETEC/MAX Vdc DC COMP RELEASE/MAX Vdc DETEC/MAX Vdc RELEASE/MAX Vdc 0.00 Prevous condtons MAXIMUM DC COMPONENT = [ OPERATIVE ] Ajuste Set the value (Vdc) for the detecton and/or replacement of the maxmum contnuous component. When you set values for maxmum work, the replacement value should be below detecton. 6
29 DELAY ON DETECTION AND/OR ON RELEASE (/) RELAY STATE CONTACT RELAY ON MODE STATE ALARM DETEC MODE INSTANTANEOUS DELAYED RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RS RELAY LOOP -0mA RS DEFINITION WORKING MODE PHASES MODE CYCLE OPERATIVE MODE MODE DETECTION INSTANTANEOUS MODE MODE RELEASE INSTANTANEOUS MODE DETEC MODE DELAYED INSTANTANEOUS RELEASE MODE INSTANTANEOUS DELAYED RELEASE MODE DELAYED INSTANTANEOUS! Actvaton To ncorporate a tme delay to the detecton and/or to the release the optons MODE DETEC and/or MODE RELEASE must be set as DELAYED. The relay wll not operate untl the sgnal wll be kept (at the detecton) and/or lost (at the release) for a tme longer than the adjusted one. The tme delay s related to the relay and not to the magntude assocated to the relay. It means that a tmed relay wth two magntudes assocated (for example, overvoltage and frequency) wll start the tmer for whchever of them, the frst who occurs. It means, too, that n the case that both magntudes occurs at the same tme, the delay wll be unque.
30 DELAY ON DETECTION AND/OR ON RELEASE (/) RELAY STATE CONTACT RELAY ON MODE STATE ALARM RELAY OFF TIME RANGE SECONDS MINUTES HOURS RELAY RELAY DEFINITION WORKING MODE MODE V L-Lj MAXIMUM NON OPERATIVE TIME RANGE MINUTES HOURS SECONDS RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA TIMER DETECTION.0S MODE MODE DETECTION DELAYED TIME RANGE HOURS SECONDS MINUTES RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RS TIMER RELEASE 0.0S MODE TIME RANGE DETECTION SECONDS RELAY LOOP -0mA RS MODE MODE RELEASE DELAYED MODE TIME RANGE RELEASE SECONDS MODE MAXIMUM COMP CONTINUA NON OPERATIVE MODE Ranges The tme ranges for the detecton and/or for the release can be set as SECONDS, MINUTES or HOURS.
31 DELAY ON DETECTION AND/OR ON RELEASE (/) 6 MODULES RELAY MODULES RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY UNITS RELAY RELAY UNITS END OF SCALE RELAY UNITS END OF SCALE STATE OF CONTACT RELAY ON MODULE DETECTION TIMER DETECTION.0 S TIMER RELEASE 0.0 S DETECTION..0 S 0.0 RELEASE S 0.0 It allows to set the exact tme for the detecton and/or the release. The tme margns depend on the prevously selected range, and can be adjusted between the followng values: Tme SECONDS MINUTES 0... HOURS
32 LOOP -0 ma (/) RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RS RELAY LOOP -0mA RS LOOP -0mA RS LOOP -0mA DEFINITION WORKING MODE VOLTAGE L-L LOOP -0mA ma VALUE 0Vca LOOP -0mA 0mA VALUE 0Vca LOOP -0mA SELECTED VOLTAGE FREQUENCY DC COMPONENT SELECTED FREQUENCY DC COMPONENT VOLTAGE SELECTED DC COMPONENT VOLTAGE FREQUENCY 6 RS Assgnaton! Throught ths opton s set the magntude related wth the -0 ma current loop, and t can be whchever of the followng ones: Voltage Frequency DC Component Ths feature s unque to models wth ths method of communcaton. Consult the connecton at page 0. 0
33 LOOP -0 ma (/) RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RS RELAY LOOP -0mA RS LOOP -0mA RS RS LOOP -0mA DEFINITION WORKING MODE VOLTAGE LOOP -0mA ma VALUE 0Vca LOOP -0mA 0mA VALUE 0Vca LOOP -0mA ma VALUE. 0Vca 0.0 0mA VALUE. 0Vca 0.0! Adjustment Ths opton allows to defne the operatng margns for the - 0 ma loop current. It s requred to set by separate a countervalue for ma and for 0 ma. It s possble to nvert the loop sense by settng to ma a countervalue hgher than to 0 ma. Ths feature s unque to models wth ths method of communcaton.
34 RS TOP OF SCALE LOOP -0mA RS RS NODE ID. NODE ID. 00 LOOP -0mA RS RS 6 RS! Is possble to communcate the controller wth a computer va the seral port RS for the remote programmng or to process the generated data. W th the opton RS can be connected up to equpments n the same net, beng equal or dfferent among them. A node number, exclusve dentfcaton number, must be assgned to each equpment. Is essental to employ the converter RS-RS (reference SBAZ). For extended nformaton relatve to programmng wth a computer, consult the manual decom. Ths feature s unque to models wth ths method of communcaton. Consult the connecton at page.
35 MENU LOOP -0 ma RS RS PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM USER SCREEN PROGRAM USER SCREEN USER SCREEN USER SCREEN Usng the menu optons are confgured parameters that are not basc to the functonng of the team. Screens are also accessed for nformaton.
36 RAM LOOP -0 ma RS OPTIONES PROGRAM NO YES 6 RS PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM USER SCREEN PROGRAM USER SCREEN YES NO 6 USER SCREEN USER SCREEN It stores the changes done n the dfferent parameters and optons. Each tme that RAM s executed, the values stored n the user program are overwrtten.! You wll fnd more nformaton related to the user program n the pages..6.
37 RAMS LOOP -0 ma RS RS PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM NO YES YES NO PROGRAM PROGRAM USER SCREEN PROGRAM USER SCREEN 6 USER SCREEN USER SCREEN! It loads nto memory the program that was stored wth the opton RAM, becomng the workng program. Each tme that ths opton s executed, the values stored n the memory are overwrtten. You wll fnd more nformaton related to the user program n the pages..6.
38 PROGRAM AND 6 LOOP -0 ma RS OPTIONES RS RAM PROGRAM RAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROG USER PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM USER SCREEN NO YES YES NO PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM SCREEN USUER 6 SCREEN USUER SCREEN USUER RAM RAM RAM It loads nto memory the selected program, becomng the workng program. Each tme that ths opton s executed, the values stored n the memory are overwrtten.! You wll fnd more nformaton related to the user program n the pages..6. 6
39 6 LOOP -0 ma RS OPTIONES RS PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM SCREEN USER PROGRAM SEE USER VOLTAGE FREQUENCY DC COMPONENT FREQUENCY DC COMPONENT VOLTAGE DC COMPONENT VOLTAGE FREQUENCY USER SCREEN 6 PANT USER FABRICA Ths opton allows to set whch wll be the default screen n the status screens menus (normal workng mode).
40 EDIT USER SCREEN LOOP -0 ma RS OPTIONES PROGRAM SCREEN EDIT NO YES 6 RS PROGRAM PROGRAM SCREEN EDIT YES NO USER SCREEN PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM SCREEN USER PROGRAM SEE USER USER SCREEN 6 PANT USER FABRICA In ths screen t can be edted any text to dentfcate the equpment. It can be used lnes and characters each. To learn whch are the avalable characters and the way to edt them see. USER SCREEN at page.
41 FREQUENCY DEVIATION ALARM CONFIGURACION RS ALARM FREQ ALARM FREQ ALARM FREQ FREQUENCY ALARM ACTIVE ALARM FREQ ALARM FREQ ACTIVE NON ACTIVE ALARM FREQ NON ACTIVE ACTIVE ALARM FREQ Prevous condton Ths opton affects the relays that have enabled some tenson parameter. By default, ths opton s actvated. Place the relay n alarm when a frequency devaton of ± 0. Hz n the detecton process, and ± 0. Hz for the replacement. For these devatons n the frequency of the network the workng precson s reduced. A greater devaton n the frequency of the network, worse readng accuracy of your voltage.! If ths opton s off, remember that readng the detals of stress parameters decrease when the frequency wavers from ther nomnal values (0 Hz / 60 Hz). You should consder ths reducton n accuracy when settng the values of detecton and/or replacement.
42 INFORMATION OF MODEL AND VERSION 6 LOOP -0 ma RS OPTIONES RS PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM 6 PROGRAM PROGRAM SCREEN USER PROGRAM SEE USER USER SCREEN PANT USER VERSION REFRESH REFRESH VERSION INFORMATION MODEL A000V VERSION VERSION REFRESH Access to ths opton f you want to know the exact reference of the model and the verson of the bult-n software. Ths s an nformatve screen. It s actve for seconds and returns automatcally to the prevous screen once the tme has elapsed. 0
43 SCREEN REFRESH LOOP -0 ma RS OPTIONES PROGRAM 6 RS PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM USER SCREEN VERSION REFRESH REFRESH VERSION VERSION REFRESH REFRESH SCREEN REFRESH /s REFRESCO /s /s /s /s /s /s /s /s REFRESH REFRESH PANT USER /s /s /s /s REFRESH /s /s /s /s REFRESH It s defned as the tme of regeneraton of the nformaton showed n the LCD. Only the status screens are affected for ths opton. The value ndcates the tmes that the screen s regenerated each second. So, wth the value /s the screen s regenerated tme per second, and wth the value /s t s done tmes per second.
44 OUT OF BOUNDS VALUES LOOP -0mA RS PROGRAM VERSION REFRESH OUT OF BOUNDS MAX VOLTAGE. Vac.. 6 RS 6 USER SCREEN VERSION REFRESH OUT OF BOUNDS MAX FREQ 0.0Hz USER SCREEN REFRESH OUT OF BOUNDS VERSION MIN FREQ 0.0Hz PROG USER OUT OF BOUNDS VERSION REFRESH MAX DC COMP 0. Vdc By means of ths opton s possble to read the hghest values regstered snce the frst tme that the controller was turned on. A value hgher than the stored one overwrtes t. The magntudes to be controlled are: - Voltage - Frequency The stored values do not depend of the controller s operaton margns and they can be hgher than them. If a value overtakes the dsplayng capacty of the controller, t wll show the text. n the case of the voltage and. n the case of the frequency.! Ths screen s just nformatve and the values can t be modfed usng nether the buttons nor the programng software.
45 ING PARAMETERS CONFIGURACION RS FREQ ALARM ING PARAMETERS NON ACTIVE ACTIVE NON ACTIVE ALARM FREQ NON ACTIVE ALARM FREQ All devce parameters can be locked so that t can not be changed accdentally. The LCD status parameters ndcated by the followng symbols: - Lockng parameters: - Unlockng parameters: You can change the value of a parameter that s blocked wthout havng to access the above sequence. To do ths, once located on the screen that shows the parameter whose value has to change, hold the button for seconds to access the screen for changng the value. Once valdated the change back to the screen from becomng blocked agan parameter. TIMER DETECTION 0.0 S TIMER DETECTION S. 0.0 S S 0.00 DETECTION DETECTION S
46 MODULS MODULS RETORNO SELECTED ESPAÑOL SELECTED CATALA ESPAÑOL ENGLISH FRANÇAIS SELECTED ESPAÑOL ENGLISH FRANÇAIS CATALA SELECTED ENGLISH FRANÇAIS CATALA ESPAÑOL SELECTED FRANÇAIS CATALA ESPAÑOL ENGLISH The model ncorporates four dfferent languages wth whch to dsplay the text on the screen. Three of them are always present n every team: Englsh, Spansh and French, the fourth opton on request.
47 Complementary Functons (/) AUXILIARY CONTACT The relays that are not related wth any magntude can be used to perform complementary functons. RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RS RELAY LOOP -0mA RS STATE OF CONTACT RELAY OFF DEFINITION WORKING MODE CONTACT RELAY OFF RELAY ON CONTACT RELAY ON RELAY OFF Prevous condtons STATE OF CONTACT = [ RELAY ON ] VOLTAGE MAXIMUM = [ NON OPERATIVE ] VOLTAGE MINIMUM = [ NON OPERATIVE ] FREQUENCY MAXIMUM = [ NON OPERATIVE ] FREQUENCY MINIMUM = [ NON OPERATIVE ] MODE DETECTION = [ CANCELED ] MODE RELEASE = [ CANCELED ] MAXIMUM DC COMPONENT = [ NON OPERATIVE ] When the supply voltage s connect the contact of the relay operates nstantaneously and reman n ths state untl the supply voltage dsconnects.
48 Complementary Functons (/) DELAY ON CONNECTION RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RS RELAY DEFINITION WORKING MODE STATE CONTACT RELAY TIMER DETECTION.00S RELAY RELAY OFF RELAY DETECTION S RELAY LOOP -0mA RS Prevous condton STATE CONTACT = [ RELAY OFF ] VOLTAGE MAXIMUM = [ NON OPERATIVE ] VOLTAGE MINIMUM = [ NON OPERATIVE ] FREQUENCY MAXIMUM = [ NON OPERATIVE ] FREQUENCY MINIMUM = [ NON OPERATIVE ] MODE DETECTION = [ DELAYED ] MODE RELEASE = [ CANCELED ] MAXIMUM DC COMPONENT = [ NON OPERATIVE ] When the supply voltage s connected the relay remans released and the tme crcut starts up. Once the tme has elapsed the relay operates. It can reman n ths state for an undefned tme. 6
49 Complementary Functons (/) DELAY ON INTERVAL RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RS RELAY LOOP -0mA RS STATE CONTACT RELAY ON RELAY RELAY DEFINITION WORKING MODE RELAY TIMER DETECTION.0S RELAY DETECTION S Prevous condtons STATE CONTACT = [ RELAY ON ] VOLTAGE MAXIMUM = [ NON OPERATIVE ] VOLTAGE MINIMUM = [ NON OPERATIVE ] FREQUENCY MAXIMUM = [ NON OPERATIVE ] FRECUENCY MINIMUM = [ NON OPERATIVE ] MODE DETECTION = [ DELAYED ] MODE RELEASE = [ CANCELED ] MAXIMUM DC COMPONENT = [ NON OPERATIVE ] When the supply voltage s connected the relay operates nstantaneously and the tme crcuts starts up. Once the tme has elapsed the relay releases. It can reman n ths state for an undefned tme.
50 Complementary Functons (/) RECYCLER TIMER RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA STATE CONTACT RELAY ON RELAY DEFINITION WORKING MODE TIMER DETECTION.00S DETECTION S RELAY RELAY LOOP -0mA RS RELAY LOOP -0mA RS RELAY TIMER DETECTION. 0.0S.0S 0.0 RELAY RELEASE Prevous condtons Cycle OFF-ON Same as to page except: MODE DETECTION = [ DELAYED ] MODE RELEASE = [ DELAYED ] STATE OF CONTACT = [ RELAY OFF ] When the supply voltage s connected the tme adjusted n TIMER DETECTION starts up. Once the tme has elapsed the relay operates untl the tme adjusted n TIME RELEASE elapses. The cycle repeates non-stop tself. Cycle ON-OFF STATE OF CONTACT = [ RELAY ON ] When the supply voltage s connected the relay operates nstantaneously and the tme crcut adjusted n TIMER DETECTION starts up. Once the tme has elapsed the relay releases and remans n ths state untl the tme adjusted n TIME RELEASE elapses. The cycle repeates non-stop tself.
51 ERROR SCREENS AND INFORMATION In front of certan stuatons the controller SNI dsplays nformatve screens, usually related wth errors or unapropated actons. INFORMATION OUT OF RANGE VALUE Cause It has been ntroduced a value out of the allowed lmts n the magntude whch s beng adjusted. Soluton Introduce whchever value between the allowed lmts. INFORMATION PARA CARGAR PROG USUARIO ES NECESARIO GUARDAR PROG It has attempted to load nto memory the user program, but ths was not loaded prevously. Save an user program. ERROR MEMORY FAIL An error n the nternal memory of the controller has been produced. Contact wth the manufacturer.
52 OUTPUTS COMMUNICATION (/) Communcaton (Accordng optons) Standard RS RS -0 ma Code 0 Code Code Code Supply voltage..0 VDC. ma CBPZ SBAZ ACCESORIOS Interface for remote programmng from a PC. It allows the connecton between whchever dgtal relay not provded wth bus and a PC. Not requred for devces provded wth bus RS, RS or wth -0mA output. RS to RS sgnal converter for the remote programmng or for the data capture and vsualzaton from a PC. It allows the connecton of up to dgtal control relays provded wth RS communcaton bus, to get an unque codfed RS output. 0
53 OUTPUTS COMMUNICATION (/) REMOTE PROGRAMMING FROM PC STANDARD MODE CBPZ CBPZ *RS- wre *Seral adapter/usb RS COMMUNICATION *Conector RJ (6 pns) Seen from the cable entry * TxD RxD GND RxD TxD GND RS COMMUNICATION *Conector RJ ( pns) Seen from the cable entry # # # SBAZ RxD TxD GND *RS- wre RxD TxD GND *Seral adapter/usb * Dsbent not supply cables or connectors. You can fnd these products n stores specalzng n computer equpment. GND TxD RxD RxD TxD GND
54 Your Notes
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