QP

1/4 DIN programmer/controller with 16 programs and 255 segments

  • Process inputs: 1 Universal input
    - Thermocouples: L, J, T, K, S, R, B, N, E, W (IEC 854)
    - PT100 (IEC 751) with selection °C/°F/°K
    - Voltage (V): 0/1... 5 V, 0... 10V
    - Voltage (mV): 0... 20 mV, 0... 50 mV
    - Current (mA): 0/4...20 mA
    Accuracy:
    0.2% ±1 digit (probes)
    0.1% ±1 digit (mA or mV)
  • 3 digital inputs NPN
  • Keyboard: 6 multifunction keys
  • Process outputs: Up to 2 analogue outputs:
    - For process control
    - For PV/SP retransmission
    - Voltage (V): 0/1... 5V, 0... 10 V
    - Current (mA): 0/4... 20 mA
    Up to 4 digital outputs:
    Y1 (note1)
    - 2 RELAY SPST-NO, 5A/250Vac
    - SSR Drive 0...22Vdc, 20 mA Max
    Y2/Y3
    - 2 RELAY SPST-NO, 5A/250Vac
  • Power supply:
    - 16... 28VAC 50/60 Hz or 20... 30VDC
    - 100... 240VAC
  • Transmitter power supply: 24 Vdc ±20%
  • Functions:
    - ON/OFF control
    - PID single action or double action (Heat/Cool) also available with Fuzzy logic
    - Floating servomotor
    - Auto/Man station with bumpless action
    - Remote setpoint
    - 3 memorized setpoints
    - 16 programs, 256 segment programmer (optional)
    - Autotuning: with natural frequency
    - Alarms: Up to 4 configurable alarms
  • Communication and programming:
    - RS 485 port with ModBus RTU and J-bus (slave) protocols (optional)

  • Programming/configuration tools: easy to use front interface for configuration

  • Installation:
    - Mounting method: panel mount
    - Case dimensions: 96 x 96 mm (1/4 DIN )

  • Connections:
    - Signals connection: 24 poles 3.5 mm² screws
    - 6 poles 3.5 mm² golden screws (for probe signals)

  • Protection degree: IP 54 front protection

  • Display and indicators:
    - 4 green display sections:
    1 (PV) 4 Digits h 14 mm
    1 (MW) 3 Digits h 8 mm
    1 (SP) 4 Digits h 8 mm
    1 (W) 2 Digit h 8 mm

Connectable to:

- SCADA for monitoring, traceability and remote management
- DX and DY gateways for remote monitoring

Used for:

- Heat-treatment ovens
- Ceramic Kilns
- Furnaces

Notes
1 ) In case Y1 is used as analogue output these contact become Y4 and Y5 alarm outputs