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HONEYWELL UDC120L MICRO-PRO
UNIVERSAL LIMIT CONTROLLER PRODUCT MANUAL (51-52-25-132-EN)
CAUTION:
Installation should be only performed by
technically competent personnel. Local Regulations
regarding electrical installation & safety must be observed.
1. INSTALLATION
Installing Option Modules
CPU PCB
Mounting Struts
Option Module A
Option Module 1
(Fixed Limit Relay)
Option Module 3
Option Module 2
PSU PCB
To access module A, first detach the PSU and CPU boards from the front by lifting
first the upper, and then lower mounting struts. Gently separate the boards.
a.
Plug the required option modules into the correct connectors, as shown below.
b.
Locate the module tongues in the corresponding slot on the opposite board.
c.
Hold the main boards together while relocating back on the mounting struts.
d.
Replace the instrument by aligning the CPU and PSU boards with their guides
in the housing, then slowly push the instrument back into position.
Note: Option modules are automatically detected at power up.
Option Module Connectors
Option Slot 1
Option Slot A
(Fixed Limit
Connectors
Relay)
PL5 & PL6
Option Slot 2
Option Slot 3
Connector
Connector
PL4A
PL4B
Panel-Mounting
The mounting panel must be rigid, and may be up to 6.0mm
(0.25inch) thick
45 x 45mm
(+0.5 /
For n multiple instruments mounted side-by-side, cut-out is
-0.0mm)
48n-4mm
Slide mounting clamp
over the instrument
Mounting Panel
housing towards rear face
of mounting panel until
Instrument
the tongues engage in
Housing
ratchets and instrument is
clamped in position.
Ratchets
Hold instrument firmly in
Gasket
position (apply pressure
to bezel only)
CAUTION:
Do not remove the panel gasket; it is a seal against dust and
moisture.
Rear Terminal Wiring
USE COPPER CONDUCTORS (EXCEPT FOR T/C INPUT)
Single Strand wire gauge: Max 1.2mm (18SWG)
Actual connections required depend on the options fitted.
CAUTION:
Check information label on housing for correct operating
voltage before connecting supply to Power Input
Fuse: 100 – 240V ac – 1amp anti-surge
24/48V ac/dc – 315mA anti-surge
2. SELECT MODE
Select mode is used to access the configuration and operation menu functions.
It can be accessed at any time by holding down
and pressing
.
In select mode, press
or
to choose the required mode, press
An unlock code is required to prevent unauthorised entry to Configuration, & Setup
modes. Press
or
to enter the unlock code, then press
to proceed.
Note: At first power-up the message !"#" $"%& is displayed, (see section 6).
Access to other menus is denied until configuration mode is completed
Mode
Upper
Lower
Description
Display
Display
Operator
'(#)*
+,$#*
Normal operation
+-#(*
+,$#*
Set Up
Tailor settings to the application
Configuration
$"%&*
+,$#*
Configure the instrument for use
1%&"*
+,$#*
Product Info
Check manufacturing information
Note: The instrument will always return automatically to Operator mode if
there is no key activity for 2 minutes.
3. CONFIGURATION MODE
First select Configuration mode from Select mode (refer to section 2).
Press
to scroll through the parameters, then press
or
to set the
required value. Press
to accept the change, otherwise parameter will revert to
previous value. To exit from Configuration mode, hold down
and press
return to Select mode.
Note: Parameters displayed depends on how instrument has been configured.
Refer to user guide (available from your supplier) for further details.
Parameters marked * are repeated in Setup Mode.
Parameter
Lower
Upper
Adjustment range & Description
Display
Display
Input
1%2#*
See following table for possible codes
Range/Type
Code Input Type &
Code
Input Type &
Code Input Type &
Range
Range
Range
B: 100 - 1824 ºC
L: 0.0 - 537.7 ºC
bC
L
.
C
PtRh20% vs 40%:
P24F
32 - 3362 ºF
B: 211 - 3315 ºF
L
F
L: 32.0 - 999.9 ºF
bF
.
C: 0 - 2320 ºC
N: 0 - 1399 ºC
Pt100: –199 - 800 ºC
CC
NC
PTC
C: 32 - 4208 ºF
N: 32 - 2551 ºF
Pt100: –328 - 1472 ºF
CF
NF
PtF
J: –200 - 1200 ºC
R: 0 - 1759 ºC
Pt100: –128.8 - 537.7 ºC
JC
rC
Pt
.
C
J: –328 - 2192 ºF
R: 32 - 3198 ºF
Pt
F
Pt100: –199.9 - 999.9 ºF
JF
rF
.
/40/
j
C
J: –128.8 - 537.7 ºC
S: 0 - 1762 ºC
0 - 20 mA DC
.
SC
j
F
J: –199.9 - 999.9 ºF
S: 32 - 3204 ºF
540/
4 - 20 mA DC
.
SF
K: –240 - 1373 ºC
T: –240 - 400 ºC
/46/
0 - 50 mV DC
KC
tC
./.6/
K: –400 - 2503 ºF
T: –400 - 752 ºF
10 - 50 mV DC
KF
tF
/46*
k
C
K: –128.8 - 537.7 ºC
t
C
T: –128.8 - 400.0 ºC
0 - 5 V DC
.
.
K
F
K: –199.9 - 999.9 ºF
t
F
T: –199.9 - 752.0 ºF
.46*
1 - 5 V DC
.
.
L: 0 - 762 ºC
/4./
0 - 10 V DC
LC
PtRh20% vs. 40%:
P24C
0 - 1850 ºC
04./
LF
L: 32 - 1403 ºF
2 - 10 V DC
Note: Decimal point shown in table indicates temperature resolution of 0.1°
Parameter
Lower
Upper
Adjustment range & Description
Display
Display
Scale Range Lower Limit +100
Scale Range
)7,*
Upper Limit
to Range Maximum
Range Minimum to
Scale Range
),,*
Lower Limit
Scale Range Upper Limit -100
/=XXXX, .=XXX.X, 0=XX.XX, 9=X.XXX
Decimal point
82"+*
position
(non-temperature ranges only)
±Span of controller
Process Variable
'&&+*
Offset
(see
CAUTION
note at end of section)
High Limit.
:1*
Limit relay is energised when
Limit Action
process "safe" (PV < Limit Setpoint)
$;<,*
Low Limit.
,"*
Limit relay is energised when
process "safe" (PV > Limit Setpoint)
Setpoint Upper
+27,*
Current Setpoint to Scale Range maximum
Limit
Setpoint Lower
+2,,*
Scale Range minimum to Current Setpoint
Limit
24:1*
Process High Alarm
24,"*
Process Low Alarm
?,?.*
Alarm 1Type
8=*
Deviation Alarm
>?%8*
Band Alarm
%"%=*
No alarm
High Alarm 1
2@?.*
value*
Scaled Range Minimum to
scaled Range Maximum in display units
Low Alarm 1
2,?.*
value*
Band Alarm 1
>?,.*
1 LSD to span from setpoint in display units
value*
Dev. Alarm 1
8?,.*
+/- Span from setpoint in display units
value*
Alarm 1
?:A.*
1 LSD to full span in display units
Hysteresis*
?,?0
Options as for alarm 1
Alarm 2 Type*
High Alarm 2
2@?0
value*
Low Alarm 2
2,?0
to enter.
value*
Band Alarm 2
>?,0
value*
Dev. Alarm 2
8?,0
Value*
Alarm 2
Default
?:A0
Hysteresis*
Unlock
,
#
Limit Output Relay
Codes
Mm
?B48
Alarm 1, Direct
None
?.4)
./
Alarm 1, Reverse
?048
Alarm 2, Direct
0/
?04)
Alarm 2, Reverse
None
')48
Logical Alarm 1 OR 2, Direct
C+=0
Output 2 Usage
')4)
Logical Alarm 1 OR 2, Reverse
?848
Logical Alarm 1 AND 2, Direct
?84)
Logical Alarm 1 AND 2, Reverse
?%48
Limit Annunciator, Direct
?%4)
Limit Annunciator, Reverse
)-#+
Retransmit Limit SP Output
, to
)-#2
Retransmit PV Output
/46*
0 to 5 V DC output 1
/4./
0 to 10 V DC output
Linear Output 2
#A20
04./
2 to 10 V DC output
Range
Default
/40/
0 to 20 mA DC output
Value
540/
4 to 20 mA DC output
Retransmit
-1999 to 9999
3$
)"0:
Output 2 Scale
(display value at which output
maximum
will be maximum)
Retransmit
-1999 to 9999
)"0,
Output 3 Scale
(display value at which output
minimum
will be minimum)
C+=9
Output 3 Usage
As for output 2
Linear Output 3
#A29
As for output 2
Range
Retransmit
-1999 to 9999
)"9:
Output 3 Scale
(display value at which output
maximum
will be maximum)
Retransmit
-1999 to 9999
)"9,
Output 3 Scale
(display value at which output
minimum
will be minimum)
=%?>
PV is visible in Operator mode
Display Strategy
81D(
81+?
PV not visible in Operator mode
?+$E
Serial
>%
Modbus with no parity
Mm
Communications
2)"#
>=
Modbus with Even Parity
Mm
Protocol
>"
Modbus with Odd Parity
Mm
..0*
1.2 kbps
Serial
0.5*
2.4 kbps
Default
Communications
5.F*
>?78
4.8 kbps
Value
Bit Rate
Range max
G.H*
9.6 kbps
(Lin=1000)
.G.0*
19.2 kbps
Range min
Comms Address
?88)
*1 to 255 (Modbus), 1 to 99 (ASCII)
(Linear=0)
)4
Read/Write
Ww
$"=%
Comms Write
.
)4/*
Read only
Configuration
$,"I
0 to 9999
/
Lock Code
Notes: Output 1 is always a Latching Limit Relay output.
If Option Slot A has the Digital Input module fitted, this always functions as a
:1
Remote Reset, duplicating the function of the Reset) key
As these functions cannot be changed, no Configuration menus are required.
CAUTION:
Process Variable Offset can be use to modify the measured
R/max
value to compensate for probe errors. Positive values increase the
reading, negative values are subtracted. This parameter is effectively,
R/min
a calibration adjustment and MUST be used with care.
There is no front panel indication of when this parameter is in use.
24:1
Range Max
Range Min
6
6
.
24,"*
4. SETUP MODE
Range Max
Note: Configuration must be completed before adjusting Setup parameters.
First select Setup mode from Select mode (refer to section 2). The Setup LED
Range Min
will light while in Setup mode. Press
then press
or
to set the required value.
6*
To exit from Setup mode, hold down
Note: Parameters displayed depends on how instrument has been configured.
6*
Parameter
.*
Display
Limit Setpoint value
Limit Hysteresis
?B48*
Input Filter Time Constant
High Alarm 1 value
Low Alarm 1 value
Deviation Alarm 1 Value
Band Alarm 1 value
Alarm 1 Hysteresis
)-#2
High Alarm 2 value
Low Alarm 2 value
Deviation Alarm 2 Value
/4./*
Band Alarm 2 value
Alarm 2 Hysteresis
Setup Lock Code
Note: Operator mode screens follow, without exiting from Setup mode.
Range max
CAUTION:
An excessively large filter time could significantly delay
detection of a limit condition. Set this value to the minimum required
to remove noise from the process variable
Range min
?B48*
5. PRODUCT INFORMATION MODE
/4./*
First select Product information mode from Select mode (refer to section 2).
Press
to view each parameter. To exit from Product Information mode,
hold down
and press
Range max
Note: These parameters are all read only.
Parameter
Lower
Range min
Display
Input type
E%4.
=%?>
'2%.
Option 1 type (fixed)
ASCII
Option 2 module type
>%*
Mm
'2%0
fitted
5.F*
Option 3 module type
'2%9
fitted
.*
)4
*
Auxiliary Option A
Ww
'2%?
module type fitted
0/*
&KL*
Firmware type
Firmware issue
EDD*
Product Revision Level
.
Date of manufacture
8'
+%.*
Serial number 1
Serial number 2
+%0*
+%9*
Serial number 3
to scroll through the parameters,
and press
to return to Select mode.
Lower
Upper Display Adjustment
Default
Range & Description
Value
R/max if
$#),=:1
Scaled Range Minimum to
+2*
scaled Range Maximum
R/min if
$#),=,"
1 LSD to full span in display units,
:J+#*
.
on the safe side of the limit SP
OFF or 0.5 to 100.0 secs
&1,#*
0./
(see
CAUTION
note below)
2@?.
R/max
Scaled Range Minimum to
scaled Range Maximum
2,?.*
R/min
8?,.*
6
±Span from SP in display units
>?,.*
1 LSD to span from setpoint
6
?:A.
1 LSD to full span in display units
.
2@?0
Scaled Range Minimum to
R/max
scaled Range Maximum
2,?0*
R/min
8?,0*
±Span from SP in display units
6
>?,0*
1 LSD to span from setpoint
6
?:A0
.
1 LSD to full span in display units
+,"I*
0 to 9999
./
to return to Select mode.
Upper
Description
Display
C%1*
Universal input
),J*
Latching Limit Relay
%"%=
No option fitted
),J*
Relay output
++)*
SSR drive output
#)1*
Triac output
,1%*
Linear DC voltage / current output
%"%=
No option fitted
),J*
Relay output
++)*
SSR drive output
,1%*
Linear DC voltage / current output
8I05
24VDC Transmitter power supply
%"%-
No option fitted
)5F6
RS485 communications
81!1
Digital Input for remote reset
Value displayed is firmware type number
Value displayed is firmware issue number
2<,*
Value displayed is Product Revision level
Manufacturing date code (mmyy)
Mm
First four digits of serial number
Middle four digits of serial number
Last four digits of serial number

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  • Page 1 Options as for alarm 1 24,"* 2. SELECT MODE Alarm 2 Type* 4. SETUP MODE HONEYWELL UDC120L MICRO-PRO High Alarm 2 2@?0 Range Max UNIVERSAL LIMIT CONTROLLER PRODUCT MANUAL (51-52-25-132-EN) Select mode is used to access the configuration and operation menu functions.
  • Page 2 6. MESSAGES & ERROR INDICATIONS 9. SPECIFICATIONS UNIVERSAL INPUT Parameter Upper Lower Description Display Display Thermocouple ±0.1% of full range, ±1LSD (±1°C for Thermocouple CJC). Configuration & Setup required. This screen is Calibration: BS4937, NBS125 & IEC584. seen at first turn on, or if hardware ±0.1% of full range, ±1LSD.