Unit F, C or None.
F°F descriptor is On and temperature inputs will be displayed in
actual degrees Fahrenheit.
C°C descriptor is On and temperature inputs will be displayed in
actual degrees Celsius.
nonE °F and °C descriptors will be Off. This is only available with Current
and Voltage Inputs.
dPt Decimal Point Positioning: Select 0, 0.0, 0.00, or 0.000. On temperature
type inputs this will only effect the Process Value, SP1, SP2, ALLo, ALHi,
and InPC. For Current and Voltage Inputs all Menu Items related to the Input
will be affected.
0No decimal Point is selected. This is available for all Input Types.
0.0 One decimal place is available for Type J, K, E, T, L, RTD’s, Current
and Voltage Inputs.
0.00 Two decimal places is only available for Current and Voltage Inputs.
0.000 Three decimal places is only available for Current and Voltage
InPt Input Fault Timer: Select OFF, 0.1 to 540.0 minutes. Whenever an Input is
out of range (UFL or OFL displayed), shorted, or open the timer will start.
When the time has elapsed, the controller will revert to the output condition
selected by InPb below. If OFF is selected, the Input Fault Timer will not be
recognized (time =infinite).
InPb Input Fail Action: Select FAIL, AVE, or PrE. When the Input is out of range
(UFL or OFL displayed) and the Input timer (InPt) time has elapsed, the
controller will revert to the selected condition.
FAIL Outputs are disabled (go to 0% output).
AVE The outputs will hold at the last known average percentage of
PrE The outputs will maintain a preprogrammed percentage of output
as specified in PrE1 and PrE2.
PrE1 Preset output for Set Point 1. Select 0 to 100%.
PrE2 Preset output for Set Point 2. Select 0 to 100%.
APCt Manual and PctO display adjustment. Select rEAL or AdJ.
rEAL Manual display will display output 0 to 100% relative to actual range
of the output.
AdJ Manual display will display output 0 to 100% relative to the S#OL
and S#OH settings.
SEnC Sensor Rate of Change: Select OFF, 1 to 4000 °F, °C, or counts per 1
second period. This value is usually set to be slightly greater than the fastest
process response expected during a 1 second period, but measured for at
least 2 seconds. If the process is faster than this setting, the SEnC bAd
error message will appear. The outputs will then be turned off. This function
can be used to detect a runaway condition, or speed up detection of an
open thermocouple. Use the INDEX & ENTER keys to reset.