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Delta Electronics Valve Temperature Controller DTV Instruction Sheet

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Series Valve Temperature Controller
Instruction Sheet
Thanks you very much for choosing Delta DTV series valve temperature controller. Please read this instruction sheet
before using your DTV to ensure proper operation. Keep this instruction handy for quick reference.
Warning
DANGER! CAUTION! ELECTRIC SHOCK! When the power is on, DO NOT touch the AC terminals in case an
electric shock may occur. Make sure the power is disconnected when you check the input power.
DTV is an OPEN-TYPE device. If it will cause serious injury to workers or damage on other equipments when
used in a dangerous environment, please make sure it is installed in an automatic safety protection device.
1. Always use recommended solder-less terminals: Fork terminal with isolation (M3 screw, Max. width 7.2mm). Please be sure
to tighten them properly and make sure the wire is connected to the correct terminal.
2. Prevent dust or metallic debris from falling into the device and cause malfunction. DO NOT modify or uninstall DTV series
without being permitted. DO NOT use empty terminals.
3. Keep away from high-voltage and high-frequency environment during installation in case of interference. Prevent using DTV
in premises which contain:
(a) dust or corrosive gas; (b) high humidity and high radiation; (c) shock and vibration
4. The power has to be switched off when wiring or changing temperature sensor.
5. Make sure to use compensation wire which matches the thermocouple when extending or connecting the thermocouple wire.
6. Use wires with resistance when extending or connecting the platinum resistance sensor.
7. Keep the wire as short as possible when wiring a sensor to the temperature controller. Separate the power cable and load
wire in order to prevent interference and induced noise.
8. DTV is an open-type device. Make sure to install it in an enclosure which prevents dust and humidity in case of an electric
shock.
9. Make sure the power cables and signal device are installed correctly before switching on the power; otherwise serious
damage may occur.
10. DO NOT touch the terminals or repair the device when the power is on; otherwise an electric shock may occur.
11. Please wait for one minute after the power is switched off to allow the capacitor to discharge. DO NOT touch the internal
wiring within this period.
12. DO use dry cloth and DONOT use acid or alkaline liquid to clean the device.
Display, LED & Pushbuttons
Ordering information
PV: Present value
SV: Set value
%: Output percentage
AT: Auto-tuning indicator
A/M: Manual control indicator
OUT1/OUT2: Output indicator
Series name
ALM1/ALM2: Alarm output indicator
1 2 3 4
Manual/auto mode switch key
Panel size
Selection/setup key
(W × H)
5
Switching page key
Left-shifting the digit
Adjusting numbers
Specifications
Power input
AC100 ~ 240V, 50/60Hz
Input power range
85% ~ 110%, rated voltage
Power consumption
Less than 5VA
2-line, 7-segment LED, 4bits and 2 bits of valve openness display
Display
PV in red, SV and valve openness in green.
Thermocouple: K, J, T, E, N, R, S, B, L, U, TXK
Input temperature
Platinum resistance: Pt100, JPt100
sensor
Analog input: 0 ~ 5V, 0 ~ 10V, 0 ~ 20mA, 4 ~ 20mA, 0 ~ 50mA
Control method
PID, PID programmable control, manual, On/Off
Control output type
Relay output: SPST, Max. load 250V, 5A resistive load
Display scale
1 digit after the decimal point, or no decimal point
Sampling cycle
Analog input: 0.15 sec; thermocouple/platinum resistance: 0.4 sec
2
Vibration resistance
10 ~ 55Hz 10m/s
3 axes 10 min.
2
Shock resistance
Max. 300m/s
3 axes 6 directions, 3 times each
Ambient temperature
0°C ~ +50°C
Storage temperature
-20°C ~ +65°C
Operation altitude
Less than 2,000m
Ambient humidity
35% to 80% RH (non-condensing)
Setting up Parameters
Switching Modes: DTV is in the operation mode when the power is switched on, displaying PV and SV. Press
more than 3 seconds to enter the initial setting mode. Press
for less than 3 seconds in the operation mode to enter
the regulation mode. Press
once in the regulation or initial setting mode to return to the operation mode.
Selecting parameters: In the operation, regulation or initial setting mode, press
Setting up number parameters: Find the parameters to be set up or modified. Use
Press
to move to the desired digit to be modified and the digit will flash. Press
setting.
Setting up non-number parameters: Find the parameter to be set up or modified and use
setting. The parameter will flash at this time. Press
to complete and save the setting.
Press
for less than 3 secs
Press
Regulation
Operation
Mode
Mode
Press
Press
Regulation Mode
2007-05-25
Auto-tuning
(Set up when in PID control and RUN)
Press
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Select the PID group (0 ~ 4)
(4 groups of PID are available in PID
control. n = 4: PID is auto-selected.
See the next table.)
Press
PD control offset
Press
Heating hysteresis setting
(Set up when in On/Off control)
Press
Cooling hysteresis setting
(Set up when in On/Off control)
Press
/
Heating/cooling control
cycle
Press
Switch for valve feedback
setting
Press
Auto adjusting feedback value
(Displayed when in valve feedback
mode and STOP)
Press
Time from valve fully closed to
fully open
Press
Valve DeadBand Setting
Press
DTV
1 2 3 4 5
Upper limit adjusting with
feedback output
(Displayed when in valve feedback
DTV: Delta V series valve temperature
mode)
controller
Press
4896: 1/8 DIN W48 × H96 mm
Lower limit adjusting with
9696: 1/4 DIN W96 × H96 mm
feedback output
(Displayed when in valve feedback
R: Valve, relay output SPST (250VAC, 5A)
mode)
Press
Adjusting PV offset
Press
Upper limit for control output
Press
Lower limit for control output
Press
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Select the PID group: The user can select one of the 4 groups. When n = 4, the program will automatically select the
PID group that is the closest to the SV.
Select the PID group (n = 0~4)
Press
PID group 0 ~ 3
for
to select parameters for setup.
Editing patterns and steps: In parameter
to modify the settings.
to complete and save the
Select the pattern No. to be
edited
to modify the
Press
Select OFF
Leave pattern and step editing
for more than 3 secs
Initial Setting
Mode
Operation Mode
Initial Setting Mode
Use
to set up SV
Set up input type
Press
Press
Set up temperature unit
Control loop RUN/STOP
(Not displayed when in analog input
mode)
Press
Press
Start setting up patterns
Upper limit for the temperature
(Set up when in PID programmable
range
control mode)
Press
Press
Set up the position of decimal
Lower limit for the temperature
point
range
(Not for thermocouple B, R, S type)
Press
Press
Upper limit for alarm 1
Select control mode
(Adjustable when ALA1 is enabled)
(Enter step editing when PID
programmable control is selected.
See the next table)
Press
Press
Lower limit for alarm 1
Select heating or cooling
(Adjustable when ALA1 is enabled)
Press
Press
Upper limit for alarm 2
Set up alarm mode 1
(Adjustable when ALA2 is enabled)
Press
Press
Lower limit for alarm 2
Set up alarm mode 2
(Adjustable when ALA2 is enabled)
Press
Press
Key-locked mode
Set up system alarm
Press
Press
Displaying and adjusting
Enable/disable communication
output percentage
write-in
(Displayed when in PID mode and
manual RUN)
Press
Press
Output percentage of valve
Select ASCII/RTU
feedback
communication format
(Displayed when there is valve
feedback)
Press
Press
D/A value of valve feedback
Set up communication
(Displayed when there is valve
address
feedback)
Press
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Press
Set up baud rate
Press
Set up data length
Press
Set up stop bit
Press
Set up the temperature SV for
Set up the temperature SV for
PID group 0
PID group 3
Press
Press
Set up the proportion band for
Set up the proportion band for
PID group 0
PID group 3
Press
Press
Set up the Ti value for PID
Set up the Ti value for PID
group 0
group 3
Press
Press
Set up the Td value for PID
Set up the Td value for PID
group 3
group 0
Press
Press
Set up the integration offset
Set up the integration offset
for PID group 0, AT auto-setting
for PID group 3, AT auto-setting
Pres
PD control offset
Press
PD control offset
, select
for editing. Take pattern 0 for example:
Select the actual number of
Edit the temperature in step 0
steps in the program
Select No.
Press
Press
Set up the number of
Edit the time for step 0
additional cycles (0 ~ 99)
(unit: hour/minute)
Continue the setup in
Press
Set up from step 0 ~ step 7 in order
Press
(unit: hour/minute)
Press
Following the actual number of steps
Output Control
DTV offers heating and cooling outputs.
In parameter
, you can select either to operate heating control or cooling control. Select
output and
for cooling output.
Heating hysteresis
Cooling hysteresis
ON
Heating
Cooling
OFF
Set point
Figure 1: Output operation when in On/Off control
Key-locked Function
: Lock all the keys on the panel.
: Only SV can be modified.
: Only SV and auto/manual mode can be modified (The control mode has to be PID control).
Press
and
at the same time to unlock the keys.
Types of Temperature Sensors & Temperature Range
Input Sensor Type
Register Value
0 ~ 50mV analog input
4 ~ 20mA analog input
0 ~ 20mA analog input
0V ~ 10V analog input
0V ~ 5V analog input
Platinum resistance (Pt100)
Platinum resistance (JPt100)
Thermocouple TXK type
Thermocouple U type
Thermocouple L type
Thermocouple B type
Thermocouple S type
Thermocouple R type
Thermocouple N type
Thermocouple E type
Thermocouple T type
Thermocouple J type
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Thermocouple K type
Note 1: The current input is built-in with a 249Ω precision resistor. See "How to Set up Current Input" section.
Note 2: The default setting is Pt100 input.
Note 3: To display the decimal point, you have to set up the parameter
modes except for thermocouple B, R, and S type.
Note 4: The range for analog input is -999 ~ 9,999. Take 0 ~ 20mA for example, -999 refers to 0mA input and 9,999 refers to 20mA input. If we change
the range into 0 ~ 2,000, 0 will thus refer to 0mA input and 2,000 refers to 20mA input (1 display scale = 0.01mA).
Alarm Output
DTV offers 2 groups of alarm outputs and 17 modes for each group under the initial setting mode. When the PV
exceeds or falls below SV, the alarm output will be enabled. See the table below for the 17 alarm output modes.
Mode
Alarm Type
0
No alarm
Alarm output is enabled when the temperature reaches upper and lower limits.
1
Alarm will be enabled when the PV exceeds SV + AL-H or falls below SV - AL-L.
Alarm output will be enabled when the temperature reaches the upper limit.
2
Alarm will be enabled when the PV exceeds SV + AL-H.
Alarm output is enabled when the temperature reaches the lower limit.
3
Alarm will be enabled when the PV falls below SV – AL-L.
4
Alarm output will be enabled when the PV is between SV + AL-H and SV – AL-L.
Alarm output is enabled when the temperature reaches the absolute value of the upper
5
and lower limits.
Alarm will be enabled when the PV exceeds AL-H or falls below AL-L.
Alarm output is enabled when the temperature reaches the absolute value of the upper
6
limit.
Alarm will be enabled when the PV exceeds AL-H.
Alarm output is enabled when the temperature reaches the absolute value of the lower
7
limit.
Alarm will be enabled when the PV falls below AL-L.
Press
Set up the link pattern.
OFF = end of program
Press
Edit the temperature in step 7
Return to "select the pattern No. to be
edited"
Edit the time for step 7
for heating
Output
Heating
Cooling
PV
PV
Set point
Figure 2: PID control
Display
Range
17
-999 ~ 9,999
16
-999 ~ 9,999
15
-999 ~ 9,999
14
-999 ~ 9,999
13
-999 ~ 9,999
12
-200 ~ 600°C
11
-20 ~ 400°C
10
-200 ~ 800°C
9
-200 ~ 500°C
8
-200 ~ 850°C
7
100 ~ 1,800°C
6
0 ~ 1,700°C
0 ~ 1,700°C
5
-200 ~ 1,300°C
4
0 ~ 600°C
3
-200 ~ 400°C
2
-100 ~ 1,200°C
1
-200 ~ 1,300°C
0
(in the operation mode). The decimal point display is available for all
Alarm Output Operation
Off
ON
OFF
AL-L
SV
AL-H
ON
OFF
SV
AL-H
ON
OFF
AL-L
SV
ON
OFF
AL-H
AL-L
SV
ON
OFF
AL-L
AL-H
ON
OFF
AL-H
ON
OFF
AL-L

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   Summary of Contents for Delta Electronics Valve Temperature Controller DTV

  • Page 1

    Series name controller ALM1/ALM2: Alarm output indicator 1 2 3 4 4896: 1/8 DIN W48 × H96 mm Manual/auto mode switch key Panel size 9696: 1/4 DIN W96 × H96 mm Selection/setup key (W × H) R: Valve, relay output SPST (250VAC, 5A)

  • Page 2

    AL-L and manual controls, the valve control is also able to forcibly switch to manual control (fixing the openness of the valve, unit: % from valve fully closed to fully open) when in PID control mode. You simply need to press control mode to switch to manual mode and A/M indicator will be On.

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Dtv4896, Dtv4896r, Dtv9696, Dtv9696r, Dtv series

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