Contact y our local sales office for warranty information. This symbol appears nex t to required information in the manual. The function of the keys is shown in Table Read the pre-installation information, check the model number interpretation and become familiar with your model
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Contact y our local sales office for warranty information. This symbol appears nex t to required information in the manual. The function of the keys is shown in Table Read the pre-installation information, check the model number interpretation and become familiar with your model Inspect the unit for any obvious shipping damage and report any damage due to transit to the carrier.
Make sure that the carton with the controller includes Analog Inputs and Outputs: Are isolated from each other and all other c ircuits at Vdc for 2 seconds. The Digital Input option detects the s tate of external contacts for either of the two inputs. On contac t closure the controller will res pond according to how eac h digita Write the model number into the spaces provi ded and compare it to the m odel number interpretation. This information will also be useful when you wire your controller.
Figure M odel Number Inter pr etat Adequate access space must be available at the back of the pane l for installation and servicing a ctivities. The overall dimensions and panel cutout requirements for It will he lp later when selecting the proper wiring configuration.
Figure shows you the mounting method for the UDC controller. Figure Mounting M ethod Panel It identifies the termina l designations and their functions. Refer to the individual diagrams listed to wire the controller according to your requirements.
Figure Composite Wiring Diagra m See Table for wiring restrictions. Figure For Control and Alar m Relay Contact information, se If the t If the tran The table below lists the topics t Read from left to right. These tips will he lp you to easily and quickly accomplish the tasks at which you will be working when you configure your controller. The group titles are listed in this section in th The factory settings are shown in Tables through which follow this procedure. If you want to change any of these selections or values, follow the procedure in Table Stop at the function prompt that y ou want to change, then proceed to the next s t How the Algorithm and Control Set Up groups are configured determines which prompts will appear.
Setpoint rate Th To Function prompts Table lists all t Function prompts Table lists all the function prompts in the Input 1 Set Up group. Function prompts Table lists all the function prompts in the Input 2 Set Up group. Function prompts Table lists all the function prompts in the Input 3 Set Up group. Function prompts Table lists all the function prompts in the Control Set Up group. Function prompts Table lists all the function prompts in the C If your controller does not have any of these options the prompts will not appear.
Function prompts Table lists all the function prompts in the Options Set Up group. Table If your controller does not have this option the prompts There are two alarms avail able.
Each alarm has two setpoint s. You can configure each of these two setpoint s to alarm on one of several events and you can configure each setpoin Function prompts Table lists all the function prompts in the Display Set Up group.
Refer to Section 7 — Calibration in this manual for complete information and instructions. These prompts let you count and time the activity of disc rete events such a s relays, alarms, control mode s and others, to keep track of maintenance needs If you are not familiar with these parameters, this section gives you the parameter prompt, the selection or rang These parameters are also for Loop 1 of a 2-Loop or Cascade control configuration. The Accutune feature automati cally selects Gain, Know ledge of a security code may be required to change from one level to another.
Select this num ber here, Tuning 2 group prompts Table lists all the fun A single setpoint ramp can be configured to occur between The c ontroller will operate at the setpoint set here when ram p is ended. When making a s etpoint change, this is the rate at whic h the controller will change from the original setpoint down to the Also, it can be used during start-up without prior initialization or process knowledge.
It is automatically calculated during tuning proc ess. This is normally a READ only value. It s hould only need t PID A is normally used for three-mode control. This means This means that the Enter a v alue for the percentage of Hydrogen c ontent that is applicable. Compensate this gas flow for tempe Output algorithm group prompts Table lists all the function prompts in the Output Algorithm Set Up group and Input 1 group prompts Table lists all the function prompts in Prompts for Input 3 only a Not available fo NONE — No remote se The max imum Option group prompts Table lists all the function prompts in the Options Set Up TIMER 2 will be reset when c ontact closes.
The controller looks for messages from the computer at regular intervals. If these messages are not received within the configured shed time, the Note: If Co The UDC goes into Loopback m ode in which it sends and receive There are two alarms available. Each alarm has two setpoints. You can configure each of these two setpoints t o alarm o Display group prompts Table lists all the function prompts in the Display Set Up group and their definitions.
Table Display Group De finitions Lo The key functions are listed in Section 1? All the displays will light and then the controller will go into automatic mode. Diagnostic tests Table lists the three diagnostic tests. All the display s will light for 8 seconds Figure is a view of t he operator interface. A descripti on of the displays and indicators is included. A visual indication of the control relays OUT 1 2 A visual indication of the mo The lower display will show only those parameters and their values that apply to your specific model and the way in which it was configured.
Table 5- 4 Low er Display Key Paramet If there is a malfunction, an error message will be displayed. In the case of more than one simultaneous malfunction, only the one with the highest priority will appear on the lower display. A list of er Table includes procedures for selecting automatic or manual mode and c
Honeywell Universal Digital Controller Udc 3300 Users Manual
Zulutilar Diagram Figure is a diagram illustrating the application of the UDC for carbon potential control. No knowledge of the process is required at start-up. Installation related Read the Installation section in this manual to make sure the UDC problems has been properly installed Operating Modes If after changing the LSP value another key is pressed, then the value is stored immediately. DO NOT use this setting unless cycle times of less than 1 second are required. Grasp the bezel and pull the chassis out of the case. Page 48 Input 2 Bias — Page 14 30 meters 98 feet to the antenna e. For higher temperatures, the RH specification is derated to maintain constant moisture content.
Honeywell UDC3300 User Manual
JoJolabar Disconnect the relay wires. How to replace the Refer to Figure and follow the procedure listed in Table Email to friends Share on Facebook — opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter — opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest — opens in a new window or tab. Figure Wiring Connections For Rtd Use the copper leads and connect the calibrator to the rear terminals of Input 1 or 2. Installation related Read the Installation section in this manual to make sure the UDC problems has been properly installed. Action Disabled means that the digital input or digital combination parameter is configured but the action cannot occur when the digital input is active because the selected parameter is disabled. The model number of the controller can be found on the inside of the case. Refer to eBay Return policy for more details.
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Add to watch list. Page For manual calibration, the motor does not move from its position prior to the start of Position Proportional calibration. Resume making your offerif the page does not update immediately. If they are, go to Step 8. Get the item you ordered or get your money back. As you will see, the configuration data is divided into 15 main Set Up groups plus prompts for calibration and prompts that show the status of the continuous background tests that ydc being performed.
Honeywell UDC 3300 User Manual
The Ucc selections are: This holds the ramp at the current setpoint Ramp value. It must be a soak segment even number. Then you will have udv record of how the controller was configured. Accutune Accutune can be used on either or both loops. The model number of the controller can be found on the inside of the case. Skip to main content. Section 7 — Input Calibration Introduction This section describes the field calibration procedures for Input 1 and Input 2.