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PMA Prozeß- und Maschinen-Automation GmbH

KS 98-1 Multifunction-unit
operating manual

Valid from: 01.02.2011 Order Number: 9499-040-82611


A publication of: Liability and warranty

Prozeß- und Maschinen-Automation GmbH
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structions were composed under consideration of
P.O.Box 310 229 • D-34058 Kassel • Germany the applicable regulations, the present state of the
art and our extensive know-how and experience.
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a Attention, follow the operating instruc- rating instructions must be read carefully!
The manufacturer cannot be held responsible
tions! for damage and trouble resulting from failure to
comply with the information given in this manu-

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provements of the product features in the course of
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function Copyright

This operating manual should be considered as con-
Danger of destroying electronic components fidential information, intended only for persons who
due to electrostatic discharge (ESD) work with the instrument.
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Contraventions are subject to payment of damages.
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+ Important hint for avoiding frequent operator

8. Commissioning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Content 9. Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
9.1 Front view . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
1. Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 9.2 Menu structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
9.3 Navigation, page selection . . . . . . . . 29
2. Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
9.4 Adjusting values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
3. Safety notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 10.Instrument settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
3.1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
10.1 CAN-Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
3.2 Correct use for intended application . . . . 6
10.2 Profibus-Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
3.3 User responsibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
10.3 ModC-Status. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
3.4 Instrument Safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
10.4 Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
3.5 Unpacking the instrument . . . . . . . . . 7
10.5 Online/Offline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
3.6 Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
11.Operating pages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
3.7 Electrical connections . . . . . . . . . . . 7
11.1 List display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
3.8 Electrical safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
11.2 Bargraph display . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
3.9 Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
11.3 Alarm display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
3.10 Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
11.4 Graphic trend curve . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
3.11 Shut- down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
11.5 Programmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
3.12 Maintenance and modification . . . . . . 8
11.6 Controller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
3.13 Explosion protection . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
11.7 Cascade controller . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
4. Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
12.Maintenance, test, trouble shooting . . . 45
4.1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
12.1 Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
4.2 Environmental conditions . . . . . . . . . 9
12.2 Behaviour in case of trouble . . . . . . . 45
4.3 Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
12.3 Shut-down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
4.4 Inputs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
12.4 Test engineering as basic equipment . . 45
4.5 Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
12.5 I/O-Test. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
4.6 Modular Option C . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
4.7 CAN I/O extension. . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
4.8 Power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
4.9 Bus interface (Option B) . . . . . . . . . 15
4.10 Electromagnetic compatibility . . . . . . 15
5. Versions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
5.1 I/O-Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
5.2 Ex-factory setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
5.3 Auxiliary equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
6. Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
6.1 Function of wire-hook switches . . . . . 19
6.2 Retro-fitting and modific. of I/O-ext. . . . 20
6.3 I/O extension with CANopen . . . . . . . 20
7. Electrical connections . . . . . . . . . . . 21
7.1 Safety hints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
7.2 Electromagnetic compatibility . . . . . . 21
7.3 Measurement earth connection . . . . . 21
7.4 RC protective circuitry . . . . . . . . . 21
7.5 Galvanic isolations . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
7.6 General connecting diagram . . . . . . . 22
7.7 Analog inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
7.8 Digital in- and outputs. . . . . . . . . . . 25
7.9 Connecting diagram i/o-modules. . . . . 25

Preface 9499-040-82611

1. Preface
This installation manual provides the required infor-
mation for identification, mounting, connection and
electrical commissioning of the unit under consider-
ation of safety notes of the application and environ-
mental conditions.

Controls and indicators, menu structure and naviga-

tion with the cursor, selection of sub-menus and
properties as well as adjustment of e.g. set-points
and parameters are shown schematically.

+ For functional commissioning, additional

descriptions are required; please, order them
separately or load them from the PMA home-

! Note
As the functions provided in KS 98-1 are
composed individually for each applica-
tion using an Engineering Tool ET/KS 98,
entire comprehension of the operating
functions requires the relevant Project
description with the Engineering !

Supplementary documentation:
Manual (GB)) 9499- 040- 82711
PROFIBUS-protocol (GB) 9 4 9 9 - 0 4 0 - 8 2 8 1 1
ISO 1745-protocol (GB) 9499- 040- 82911

9499-040-82611 Description

2. Description 1 2 3 4

The instrument is a compact automation unit the

function of which can be configured freely by
means of function blocks. Each unit contains a com-
prehensive function library for selection, configura-
tion, parameter setting and connection of max. 450
function blocks by means of an engineering tool.
I.e. complex mathematical calculations, multi-chan-
nel control structures and sequence controllers can
be realized in a single unit.
KS 98-1 advanced

Various operating pages are indicated via the

front-panel LCD matrix display, e.g.
w Numeric input and output of analog and digital
signals, values and parameters as well as Fig. 1 Frontview
w full-graphics display of bargraphs, controllers,
programmers and trends.
w Display colour red / green and direct / inverse
display can be switched over dependent on
event, or by operation dependent on the engi-

Dependent on version, the basic unit is equipped

with analog and digital inputs, outputs and relays.

Additional inputs and outputs are available either

with option C or “modular option C”, which con-
tains four sockets for various I/O modules.

Optionally, the unit may be equipped with 2 addi-

tional communication interfaces:
w Option B: serial TTL/RS422 interface or
w Option CAN: CANopen-compliant interface port
for the I/O extension with modular I/O system

Safety notes 9499-040-82611

3. Safety notes 3.3 User responsibility

The user is responsible:
This section provides a survey of all important w for keeping the operating manual in the imme-
safety aspects: optimum protection of personnel diate vicinity of the instrument and always ac-
and safe, trouble-free operation of the instrument. cessible for the operating personnel.
w for using the instrument only in technically per-
Additionally, the individual chapters include spe- fect and safe condition.
cific safety notes for prevention of immediate haz- Apart from the work safety notes given in these op-
ards, which are marked with symbols. Moreover, erating instructions, compliance with the generally
the hints and warnings given on labels and inscrip- applicable regulations for safety, accident preven-
tions on the instruments must be followed and kept tion and environment protection is compulsory.
in readable condition continuously.
The user and the personnel authorized by the user
are responsible for perfect functioning of the instru-
3.1 General ment and for clear definition of competences re-
Software and hardware are programmed or devel- lated to instrument operation and maintenance. The
oped in compliance with the state of the art appli- information in the operating manual must be fol-
cable at the time of development, and considered lowed completely and without restrictions!
as safe. The user is responsible that the instrument is oper-
Before starting to work, any person in charge of ated only by trained and authorized persons. Main-
work at the product must have read and understood tenance and repair may be done only by trained and
the operating instructions. specialized persons who are familiar with the re-
lated hazards.
The user is recommended to request evidence for
knowledge of the operating instructions by the per- Operation and maintenance of the instrument are
sonnel. limited to reliable persons. Any acts susceptible to
impair the safety of persons or of the environment
have to be omitted. Any persons who are under ef-
3.2 Correct use for intended application fect of drugs, alcohol or medication affecting reac-
tion are precluded from operation of the instrument.
The operating safety is only ensured when using
the products correctly for the intended application.
The instrument can be used as a multiple function
controller for open and closed control loops in in- 3.4 Instrument Safety
dustrial areas within the limits of the specified
technical data and environmental conditions. This instrument was built and tested according to
VDE 0411 / EN61010-1 and was shipped in safe
Any application beyond these limits is prohibited condition. The unit was tested before delivery and
and considered as non-compliant. has passed the tests required in the test plan.
Claims of any kind against the manufacturer and /or In order to maintain this condition and to ensure
his lawful agents, for damage resulting from safe operation, the user must follow the hints and
non-compliant use of the instrument are precluded, warnings given in these safety notes and operating
liability is limited to the user. instructions.

9499-040-82611 Safety notes

The unit is intended exclusively for use as a mea- 3.7 Electrical connections
suring and control instrument in technical installa-
tions. All electrical wiring must conform to local stan-
The insulation meets standard EN 61010-1 with the dards (e.g. VDE 0100 in Germany).
values for overvoltage category, degree of contami- The input leads must be kept separate from signal
nation, operating voltage range and protection and mains leads.
class specified in the operating instructions / data The protective earth must be connected to the rele-
sheet. vant terminal (in the instrument carrier).
The instrument may be operated within the speci-
fied environmental conditions (see data sheet) The cable screening must be connected to the ter-
without impairing its safety. minal for grounded measurement. In order to pre-
The instrument is intended for mounting in an en- vent stray electric interference, we recommend
closure. Its contact safety is ensured by installation using twisted and screened input leads.
in a housing or switch cabinet. The electrical connections must be made according
to the relevant connecting diagrams.

3.5 Unpacking the instrument

3.8 Electrical safety
Remove instrument and accessories from the pack-
ing. Enclosed standard accessories: The insulation of the instrument meets standard EN
61 010-1 (VDE 0411-1) with contamination degree
Operating notes or operating instructions for the in-
2, overvoltage category III, working voltage 300 V
strument (if necessary, fixing elements).
r.m.s. and protection class I.
Galvanically isolated connection groups are marked
Check, if the shipment is correct and complete and
by lines in the connecting diagram.
if the instrument was damaged by improper han-
dling during transport and storage.
3.9 Commissioning

If the instrument is so heavily damaged that
Before instrument switch- on, ensure that the rules
given below were followed:
safe operation seems impossible, the instru- w Ensure that the supply voltage corresponds to
ment must not be taken into operation. the specification on the type label.
w All covers required for contact safety must be
We recommend to keep the original packing for fitted.
shipment in case of maintenance or repair. w Before instrument switch- on, check if other
equipment and / or facilities connected in the
same signal loop is / are not affected. If neces-
3.6 Mounting
sary, appropriate measures must be taken.
Mounting is done in dustfree and dry rooms. w On instruments with protection class I, the pro-
tective earth must be connected conductingly
The sealing devices (e.g. sealing ring) required for
with the relevant terminal in the instrument
the relevant protection type must also be fitted.
w The instrument must be operated only when
mounted in its enclosure.

Safety notes 9499-040-82611

3.10 Operation Before carrying out such work, the instrument must
be disconnected from all voltage sources.
Switch on the supply voltage. The instrument is
now ready for operation. If necessary, a warm- up After completing such work, re- shut the instrument
time of approx. 1.5 min. should be taken into ac- and re-fit all covers and components. Check, if the
count. specifications on the type label are still correct, and
change them, if necessary.
a Warning !
Any interruption of the protective earth
in the instrument carrier can impair the 3.13 Explosion protection
instrument safety. Purposeful interrupti- Non-intrinsically safe instruments must not be op-
on is not permissible. erated in explosion-hazarded areas. Moreover, the
If the instrument is damaged to an ex- output and input circuits of the instrument / instru-
tent that safe operation seems ment carrier must not lead into explosion-hazarded
impossible, shut it down and protect it areas.
against accidental operation.

3.11 Shut- down

For permanent shut- down, disconnect the instru-
ment from all voltage sources and protect it against
accidental operation.
Before instrument switch- off, check that other
equipment and / or facilities connected in the same
signal loop is / are not affected. If necessary, ap-
propriate measures must be taken.

3.12 Maintenance and modification

The instrument needs no particular maintenance.
Modifications, maintenance and repair may be car-
ried out only by trained, authorized persons. For
this, the user is invited to contact the service.

For correct adjustment of wire-hook switches (page

) and for installation of modular option C, the unit
must be withdrawn from the housing.

l Warning!
When opening the instruments, or when re-
moving covers or components, live parts or
terminals can be exposed.

9499-040-82611 Technical data

CE marking
4. Technical data Meets the EuropeanDirectives regarding „Electro-
magnetic Compatibility“ and „Low-voltage equip-
4.1 General ment“(r page 21)

Housing cULus certification

Plug-in module, inserted from front. (Type 1, indoor use) File: E 208286
Material: Makrolon 9415, flame-retardant, self-ex-
Electrical connections
Screw terminals for conductor cross-section from
Flammability class: UL 94 VO
0,5 - 2,5 mm2
Front-panel / display
Mounting method
160 x 80-dot LCD matrix display
Panel mounting with 4 fixing clamps at top/bottom
4 LEDs, 4 foil-covered keys
Mounting position
Front interface port (standard) Not critical
Front-panel socket for PC adapter
(see „Accessories“ page 17). Weight
Approx. 0.75 kg with all options
Protection mode
(to EN 60 529, DINVDE 0470)
Front: IP 65 4.2 Environmental conditions
Housing: IP 20
Permissible temperatures
Terminals: IP 00
For operation: 0...50 °C
Safety tests Storage and transport: –20...60 °C
To EN 61 010-1 Temperature effect: £ 0.15% / 10 K
w Overvoltage category: III
w Contamination class: 2
Climatic category
w Working voltage range: 300 VAC
KUF to DIN 40 040
Protection class: I
Relative humidity: £ 75% yearly average, no con-
The unit meets the following European guidelines:
q Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC):
89/336/EEC (as amended by 93/97/EEC) Shock and vibration
q Electrical apparatus (low-voltage guideline): Vibration test Fc
73/23/EEC (as amended by 93/68/EEC). To DIN 68-2-6 (10...150 Hz)
Evidence of conformity is provided by compliance Unit in operation: 1g or 0.075 mm,
with EN 61326-1 and EN 61010-1 Unit not in operation: 2g or 0.15 mm
Shock test Ea
DIN EN 14597 To DIN IEC 68-2-27 (15g, 11 ms)
The device may be used as temperature control and
limiting equipment according to DIN EN 14597.

Technical data 9499-040-82611

4.3 Connections With linearization (temperature-linear in °C or °F)

Input resistance: ³ 1MW
Depending on version and selected options, the fol-
Cold-junction compensation (CJC): built in
lowing inputs and outputs are available:
DI DO AI AO Input circuit monitor:
4 relays OUT1 Current through sensor: £ 1 mA
di1* OUT2
INP5 – Reverse-polarity monitor is triggered at 10 °C be-
or di2* OUT4
INP6 low span start.
2 relays INP1
di1* OUT4 OUT1 Additional error of internal CJC
+ INP5
di2* OUT5 OUT2
2 AO INP6 £ 0.5 K per 10 K terminal temperature External
di3 temperature selectable: 0...60 °C or 32...140 °F
OPTION B di5 – – Resistance thermometer
do4 Pt 100 to DIN IEC 751, and temperature difference 2
di8 x Pt 100
OPTION C* di9 Range Error Resolution
do5 INP3
di10 OUT3 –200.0...250.0 °C £ 0.5 K 0.024 K
do6 INP4
or di11 –200.0...850.0 °C £ 1.0 K 0.05 K
di12 2 x –200.0...250.0 °C £ 0.5 K 0.024 K
Depending on module type 2 x –200.0...250.0 °C £ 0.1 K 0.05 K
Linearization in °C or ° F
* Not available with option CAN!
Two or three-wire connection.
Two-wire connection with lead resistance adjust-
4.4 Inputs ment.
Lead resistance: £ 30 W per lead
Universal input INP1 Sensor current: £ 1 mA
Limiting frequency: fg = 1 Hz, Measurement cycle: 200 ms Input circuit monitoring for sensor/lead break, and
lead short circuit.
according to DIN IEC 584 Potentiometric transducer
Type Range Error Resolution Rtotal incl. 2 x RL Error Resolution
L –200...900°C £ 2K 0,05 K 0...500 W £ 0.1 % £ 0.02 W
J –200...900°C £2K 0,05 K Resistance-linear
K –200...1350°C £2K 0,072 K
N –200...1300°C £2K 0,08 K Sensor current: £ 1 mA
S –50...1760°C £3K 0,275 K Matching/scaling with sensor connected.
R –50...1760°C £3K 0,244 K Input circuit monitoring for sensor/lead break, and
B 1) (25)400...1820°C £3K 0,132 K lead short circuit.
T –200.. .400°C £2K 0,056 K
W(C) 2) 0...2300°C £2K 0,18 K
E –200... 900°C £2K 0,038 K
* 1 ) from 400 °C
* 2 ) W5Re/W26Re

9499-040-82611 Technical data

Resistance input Signal inputs INP3, INP4 (option C)

Range Error Resolution Galvanically-isolated differential amplifier inputs.
0...250 W £ 0.25 W < 0.01 W Measurement cycle: 100 ms
0...500 W £ 0.5 W < 0.02 W
Direct current
Direct current 0/4...20mA Technical data as for INP1
Range Error Resolution except Ri = 43 W
0/4...20 mA £ 0.1 % £ 0.8 mA
Input resistance: 50 W Control inputs di1...di12
Input circuit monitor with 4...20mA: triggered when di1, di2: standard
I £ 2 mA di3...d7: Option B
di8...di12: Option C
Direct voltage
Range Error Resolution Opto-coupler
0/2...10 V £ 0.1 % £ 0.4 mV Nominal voltage: 24 VDC, external
Input resistance ³ 100 kW Current sink (IEC 1131 Type 1)
Logic „0“ (Low): –3...5 V
Signal input INP5 Logic „1“ (High): 15...30 V
Current demand: approx. 6 mA (for galvanic connec-
Differential amplifier input
tions and isolation see page 22).
Up to 6 controllers can be cascaded, if there is no
other galvanic connection between them. If there Built-in transmitter supply (optional)
is, only 2 inputs can be cascaded.
Short-circuit proof.
Direct current and voltage Can be used to energize a two-wire transmitter or
Technical data as for INP1, except for: up to 4 opto-coupler inputs.Galvanically isolated.
Limiting frequency: = 0.25 Hz Output: ³ 17.5 VDC, max. 22 mA
Measurement cycle: 800 ms
Factory setting
Input resistance (voltage): ³ 500 kW
The transmitter supply is available at terminals A12
Signal input INP6 and A14
Limiting frequency: = 0.5 Hz + See page 23
Measurement cycle: 400 ms

Potentiometric transducer 4.5 Outputs

Technical data as for INP1, except for:
Rtotal inkl. 2 x RL Error Resolution Outputs OUT1, OUT2, OUT4, OUT5
0...1000 W £ 0.1 % £ 0.04 W Relay or current/logic signal, depending on version.
Direct current 0/4...20 mA Relay outputs (OUT4, OUT5)
Technical data as for INP1 Relays have potential-free change-over contacts.
Max. contact rating:
500 VA, 250 V, 2 A with 48...62 Hz, cosj ³ 0,9

Technical data 9499-040-82611

Minimum rating: 12 V, 10 mA AC/DC 4.6 Modular Option C

Number of switching cycles electrical: for I = 1A/2A
³ 800,000 / 500,000 (at ~ 250V / (resistive load)) Each module has two channels which can be con-
figured independently.

! When connecting a contactor to a relay

output, RC protective circuitry to specifi-
Resolution: 20,000 (50Hz) or 16,667 (60Hz) steps for
cation of the contactor manufacturer is the selected measuring range.
required. Varistor protection is not re-
Conversion time: 20ms (50Hz) or 16.7ms (60Hz).
OUT1, OUT2 as current outputs
Resolution: 12 Bit
Galvanically isolated from the inputs
Refresh-Rate: 100 ms
0/4...20 mA, selectable
Signal range: 0...22 mA Cut-off frequency
Resolution: £ 6 mA (12 bits) Analog: fg=10Hz
Error: £ 0.5% Digital: fg=2Hz
Load: £ 600 W Measurement cycle: 100 ms per module
Load effect: £ 0.1%
Limiting frequency: approx. 1 Hz Output cycle: R_INP
100ms Resistive input module
OUT1, OUT2 as logic signal
Connection method: 2, 3 or 4-wire circuit (with 3
0 / ³ 20 mA with a load ³ 600 W und 4-wire connection, only one channel can be
0 / > 12 V with a load ³ 600 W used). Sensor current: £ 0,25mA
Output OUT3 (Option C) Resistance thermometer
Technical data as for OUT1, OUT2 Overall Resolution
Type Range °C
error K/Digit
Control outputs do1..do6 Pt100 -200...850°C £ 2K 0,071
Galvanic isolated Opto-coupler outputs, galvanic Pt100 -200...100°C £ 2K 0,022
isolation see page 22. Pt1000 -200...850°C £ 2K 0,071
Pt1000 -200...100°C £ 2K 0,022
Grounded load: Ni100 -60...180°C £ 2K 0,039
common positive control voltage Ni1000 -60...180°C £ 2K 0,039
Switch rating: 18...32 VDC; Imax £ 70 mA Linearization: in °C oder °F
Internal voltage drop: £ 0.7V with Imax Lead resistance
Protective circuit: thermal, switches off with overload. Pt (-200...850°C): £ 30 W per lead
Supply 24 V DC external Pt (-200...100°C), Ni: £ 10 W per lead
Residual ripple £ 5%ss Lead resistance compensation
3 and 4-wire connection: not necessary.
2-wire connection: compensation via the front with
short-circuited sensor. The calibration values are
stored in a non-volatile memory.

9499-040-82611 Technical data

Lead resistance effect Input resistance: ³1MW

3 and 4-wire connection: negligible Temp. compensation (CJC): built in
Sensor monitoring Error: £ 0.5K/10K
Break: sensor or lead. Short-circuit: triggers at 20 K External CJC possible: 0...60 °C or. 32...140 °F
below measuring range. Source resistance effect: 1mV/kW
Resistance / Potentiometer Sensor monitoring: Sensor current: £ 1mA
Range Rges / W Resolution W/Digit
Reversed polarity monitor: triggers at 10K below
Overall error
0...160 W £ 1% 0,012 measuring range
0...450 W £ 1% 0,025
0...1600 W £ 1% 0,089 mV input
0...4500 W £ 1% 0,025 Range Overall error Resolution
0...30 mV £ 45 mV 1,7 mV
Characteristic: resistance-linear 0...100 mV £ 150 mV 5,6 mV
Lead resistance or 0%/100% compensation: via the 0...300 mV £ 450 mV 17 mV
front with short-circuited sensor. The calibration Input resistance: ³1MW
values are stored in a non-volatile memory. Break monitoring: built in. Sensor current: £1mA
w Variable resistance (only 2-wire connection):
calibration for 0% mA input
w Potentiometer: calibration for 0% and 100% Range Overall error Resolution
0/4...20 mA £ 40 mA 2 mA
Lead resistance effect
3 and 4-wire connection: negligible Input resistance: 10 W
Sensor monitoring: break: sensor or lead Break monitor:<2mA (only for 4...20 mA)
Over range monitor: >22mA
Thermocouple, mV, mA Module U_INP
(9407-998-0x211) High-impedance voltage input
Thermocouples Range Overall error Resolution mV/Digit
To DIN IEC 60584 (except L, W/C, D) -50...1500 mV £ 1,5 mV 0,09
Overall 0...10 V £ 10 mV 0,56
Type Range K/Digit
L -200...900°C £ 2K 0,080 Characteristic: voltage-linear
J -200...900°C £ 2K 0,082 Input resistance: >1GW
K -200...1350°C £ 2K 0,114 Source resistance effect: £ 0,25 mV/MW
N -200...1300°C £ 2K 0,129
S -50...1760°C £ 3K 0,132 Sensor monitoring: none
R -50...1760°C £ 3K 0,117
B(1) (25) 400...1820°C £ 3K 0,184 U_OUT
T -200...400°C £ 2K 0,031 Voltage output module
W(C) 0...2300°C £ 2K 0,277
D 0...2300°C £ 2K 0,260
E -200...900°C £ 2K 0,063 Signal ranges: 0/2...10V, -10...10V configurable
* (1) Values apply from 400°C Resolution: approx.. 5.4 mV/digit
Load: ³ 2 kW
Linearization: in °C or °F
Linearity error: negligible Load effect : £ 0.1%

Technical data 9499-040-82611

I_OUT Selectable functions:

Current output module w Control input (2 channels)
w Pulse counter (2 channels)
Signal ranges: 0/4...20mA, -20...20mA configurable w Frequency counter (2 channels)
Resolution: ca. 11mA/Digit w Up/down counter (1 channel)
Load: £ 400 W w Quadrature counter (1 channel)
Load effect: £ 0.1%/100W Frequency range: £ 20 kHz
Signal shape: any (square 1:1 with 20kHz)
DIDO Gate time: 0.1...20s adjustable (only relevant with fre-
Digital I/O Module quency measurement)
Influencing factors
Number of channels: 2 (configurable as input or
output by channel) Temperature effect: £ 0,1%/10K
Supply voltage: negligible
Input Common mode interference: negligible up to 50 Vrms
Current sink: to IEC 1131 Type 1) Series mode interference: negligible up to 300
Logic „0“: -3...5V mVrms (TC), 30 mVrms (RT), 10 Vrms (U), 5 Vrms (F)
Logic „1“: 15...30V
Measurement cycle: 100 ms
Galvanic isolation : via opto-couplers 4.7 CAN I/O extension
Nominal voltage: 24 VDC external The unit offers a port conforming to CANopen for
Input resistance: 5 kW connection of the RM 200 system and of KS 800 or
additional KS 98-1 units with max. five CAN nodes.
Grounded load (common positive control voltage) + Note: Control inputs di1 and di2 are not avai-
Switch rating: 18...32 VDC; £70 mA lable !
Internal voltage drop: £ 0.7 V + Modular option C is not available
Refresh-Rate: 100 ms
Galvanic isolation : via opto-couplers 4.8 Power supply
Protective circuit: thermal, switches off with overload.
Dependent on version:
Alternating current
Frequency/counter Module
90...250 VAC
Current sink: to IEC 1131 Type 1 Frequency: 48...62 Hz
Logic „0“: -3...5V Power consumption: approx. 17 VA; 10 W (max.
Logic „1“: 15...30V configuration).
Galvanic isolation: via Opto-couplers
Universal current 24 V UC
Nominal voltage: 24 VDC external 24 VAC, 48...62 Hz/24 VDC
Input resistance: 12 kW Tolerance: +10...–15% AC 18...31.2 VDC

9499-040-82611 Technical data

Power consumption Terminating resistors

AC: approx. 14.1 VA; 9.5 W Internally selectable with wire-hook switches.
DC: 9,1 W (max. configuration).
Behaviour after power failure According to EN 50 170, Vol. 2 (DIN 19 245T3).
Storage in non-volatile EEPROM for structure, con-
figuration, parameter setting and adjusted Required accessories
setpoints. Engineering Set PROFIBUS-DP, consisting of:
w GSD file, Type file
Storage in a capacitor-buffered RAM (typ. > 15 min-
utes) for data of time functions (programmers, inte- w PROFIBUS manual
grators, counters, ...) w Function block(s) for Simatic S5/S7

Real-time clock(Option B, RS 422)

Buffer capacitor provides back-up for at least 2
4.10 Electromagnetic compatibility
days (typical). Complies with EN 50 081-2 and EN 50 082-2.

Electrostatic discharge
4.9 Bus interface (Option B) Test to IEC 801-2,
TTL and RS422 / 485-interface 8 kV air discharge
4 kV contact discharge
Galvanically isolated, choice of TTL or
RS 422/485 operation. High-frequency interference
Test to ENV 50 140 (IEC 801-3)
Number of controllers per bus:
80...1,000 MHz, 10 V/m
With RS 422/485: 32
Effect: £ 1%
With TTL signals: 32 interface modules. address
range ((00...99)See Documentation HF interference on leads
9499-040-82911) . Test to ENV 50141 (IEC 801-6)
0.15...80 MHz, 10 V
PROFIBUS-DP interface Effect: £ 1%
According to EN 50 170, Vol. 2.
Reading and writing of all process data, parame- Fast pulse trains (burst)
ters, and configuration data. Test to IEC 801-4
2 kV applied to leads for supply voltage, and signal
Transmission speeds and cable lengths leads. Effect: £ 5%resp. restart
automatic transm. speed detection, 9,6 kbit/s ...12 Mbit/s
High-energy single pulses (surge)
Addresses Test to IEC 801-5
0...126 (factory setting: 126).Remote addressing is 1 kV symmetric or 2 kV asymmetric on leads for
possible. supply voltage.
0.5 kV symmetric or 1 kV asymmetric on signal leads.
Other functions
Sync and Freeze

Versions 9499-040-82611

5. Versions
The instrument version results from the combina-
tion of various variants from the following table.
Please mind footnotes!
KS98-1 with screw terminals KS9 8-1 - 0 - 0 0
KS 98 Standard 0
BASIC UNIT KS 98 with transmitter power supply 1
KS 98 with CANopen I/O 2
90...250V, AC 4 relays 0
POWER SUPPLY AND 24V UC, 4 relays 1
CONTROL OUTPUTS 90...250V AC, 2 relays+ 2 mA/logic 4
24V UC, 2 relays+ 2 mA/logic 5
no interface 0
TTL interface + di/do 1
RS422 + di/do + clock 2
PROFIBUS DP + di/do 3
no extensions 0
(standard) INP3, INP4, OUT3, di/do 1
OPTION C Motherboard without modules 2 ) 3
(modular) Motherboard ordered modules inserted 4
Standard configuration 0
Customer-specific configuration 9
Operating instruction 3 ) 0
Standard (CE certification) 0
APPROVALS cULus approval U
DIN EN 14597 certified D

1) Not possible with Modular Option C!

RM 200 not included in cULus approval !
2) Not possible with CANopen ! I/O modules must be ordered separately!
Mind possible combinations and power limitations; ® Text!
3) Detailled system manual can be ordered separately or downloaded (

9499-040-82611 Versions

5.1 I/O-Modules
Can be installed on instruments with modu-
lar option C basic card.
Fig. 2 Table of I/O-module Versions

9 4 0 7 9 9 8 0 1

Singular order(separate delivery) 0

In KS 98-1 pinned to socket 1 1
Module group 1 3)
In KS 98-1 pinned to socket 2 2
Module group 2
In KS 98-1 pinned to socket 3 3
In KS 98-1 pinned to socket 4 4
R_INP: Pt100/1000, Ni100/1000, resistor 2 0
ANALOG INPUTS TC_INP: Thermocouple, mV, 0/4...20mA 2 1
U_INP: -50...1500mV (z.B. Lambda-probe), 0...10V 2 2
U_OUT: Voltage output 3 0
I_OUT: Current output 4) 3 1
DIDO: digitale in-/outputs 4 0
F_INP: Frequency-/counter inputs 4 1

3) Please note on your order: "mounted in KS98-1 in orderposition X"

4) Max. 1 current output module

5.2 Ex-factory setting 5.3 Auxiliary equipment

All delivered units permit operation, parameter set- Engineering Tool ET/KS 98plus
ting and configuration via the front-panel keys.
Instruments with default setting are delivered with Simulation SIM/KS 98
a test engineering which permits testing of the ba-
sic instrument inputs and outputs (no I/O extension) PC-Adapter
without auxiliary means. Adapter cable for connecting a PC (Engineering
Tool) to the front-panel interface socket of the KS
+ This engineering is not suitable for control- 98-1.
ling a system. For this purpose, a custo-
mer-specific engineering is required (see Updates and Demos on the PMA- Homepage
versions, section: Setting) (
Instruments with "setting to specification" are de-
livered complete with an engineering. Code no.
KS98-1xx-xx09x-xxx is specified on the type label.

Accessories delivered with the instrument:

Operating manual, 4 fixing clamps

Mounting 9499-040-82611

6. Mounting

96 96
The instrument must be installed
as described below. Required di- 1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4

92 +0,8
mensions of the control cabinet 160
cut-out and minimum clearances 1...16
for installation of durther units KS 98-1 advanced KS 98-1 advanced

1 2 3 4

are shown in the drawing.

92 +0,8

For mounting, insert the unit into max.
KS 98-1 advanced
max. 50°C
the control cabinet or cabinet 95% rel.
door cut-out. Push the instrument 96 min. 0°C
module fully home and mount it
firmly by means of the locking Fig. 3 Mounting
screw. Four fixing clamps are de-
livered with the unit.
! A rubber seal is fitted on the rear of the
instrument front panel (in mounting di-
Ü These clamps have to be fitted in the in- rection).
strument from the control cabinet inside: 2 This rubber seal must be in perfect con-
at top and bottom. dition, flush and cover the cut-out edges
* Now, the threaded pins of the fixing completely to ensure tightness!
clamps can be screwed against the control
cabinet from inside.
cULus certification
Fig.4 Inserting the fixing screws
(Type 1, indoor use) File: E 208286

9499-040-82611 Mounting

6.1 Function of wire-hook switches Wire-hook switch for CAN bus: (only Option
For closing the wire-hook switches, release the Both ends of the CAN bus must be terminated
locking screw, withdraw the instrument module (wire-hook switch closed).
from the housing and close the wire-hook switch.
Re-insert the instrument and lock it. Wire-hook switch for transmitter supply
Ex-factory setting Versions (KS98-11x-xxxxx) with transmitter supply
S open are provided with a potential-free supply voltage
DP open - terminating resistor not active for energization of a 2-wire transmitter, or of max. 4
CAN open - terminating resistor not active
control inputs.
TPS A 14/12
The output connections can be made to terminals
l The unit contains electrostatically sensitive com- A4(+) - A1(-) by means of 3 wire-hook switches.
ponents. Comply with rules for protection against If A14/A12 is used for di1/di2, A12 muß be linked
ESD during mounting. with A1.
Wire-hook switch S: Connectors Ü * Ö
Only available with INP1
The switching status is signalled by function 14 12
T open closed configured for current or
STATUS and can be used in the engineering for (+) (-)
blocking e.g. operating pages and other settings. 4 1 The voltage input of INP5 is
D closed open
(+) (-) then not available
Wire-hook switch for PROFIBUS DP (Option B):
The bus terminating resistor can be connected by 2
wire-hook switches (DP) in KS98-1.Both wire-hook
switches must always be open or closed .

Fig.5 Position of wire-hook switches




* Ü

Ansicht von unten Ansicht von oben

Mounting 9499-040-82611

Connection 2-wire-transducer (e.g. INP1) Fig.6 Mounting of i/o modules

socket*) 4 3 2 1
_ 1 (12) A
+ 4 (14) +
_ 15

6.2 Retro-fitting and modific. of I/O-ext.

Only for instruments with modular option C!
l The instrument contains electrostatically
sensitive components. Original packing pro-
tects against electrostatic discharge (ESD), * watch connecting diagram
– transport only in original packing.
– When mounting, rules for ESD protection
must be taken into account. Fig. 7
The various modules are
Connection: distinguished by printed la-
KS98 engineering must be taken into account, be- bel.
cause it determines pin allocation and signification The last 5 digits of the or-
dernumber are given in the
of connections. upper line.

Moreover, the rules for the performance limits must R_Inp


be followed (see manual r 9499-040-82711). 00201

After releasing the locking screw, withdraw the
KS98 module from the housing. 6.3 I/O extension with CANopen
a Insert the module into the required socket with
The unit offers a CANopen-compliant interface port
the printed label pointing down-wards into the
for connection of the RM 200 system, KS 800 or ad-
green connector and click it in position in the small,
ditional KS 98-1 units with max. five CAN nodes.
white contact b at the top.
See installation notes in the CANopen system man-
ual (9499-040-62418).

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7. Electrical connections 7.3 Measurement earth connection

Measurement earth connection is required for pro-
7.1 Safety hints tection against interference. External interference
voltages (incl. radio frequencies) may affect the
a Following the safety notes starting on perfect function of the device.
page 6 is indispensable!
To ensure protection against interference, the mea-
The installation must be provided with a switch or surement earth must be connected to cabinet
power circuit breaker which must be marked ac- ground.
cordingly. The switch must be located near the in-
strument and readily accessible for the operator.
+ Terminals A11(measurement earth) and P3
a When the instrument module is with- (protective earth) must be connected to cabi-
net ground via a short cable (approx. 20 cm)!
drawn from the housing, protection The protective earth conductor of the power
against dropping of conducting parts supply cable must also be connected to this
into the open housing must be fitted. earth potential (cabinet ground).
a The protective earth terminal (P3) must r See also diagram on page 22
be connected to the cabinet ground.
This applies also to 24V supply.
7.4 RC protective circuitry

7.2 Electromagnetic compatibility Load current free connections between the ground
potentials must be realized so that they are suitable
European guideline 89/336/EEC. The following Eu- both for the low-frequency range (safety of persons,
ropean standards are met: EN 61326-1. etc.) and the high-frequency range (good EMC val-
ues). The connections must be made with low im-
The unit can be installed in industrial areas (risk of pedance.
radio interference in residential areas). A consider-
able increase of the electromagnetic compatibility All metal grounds of the components installed in
is possible by the following measures: the cabinet Ü or in the cabinet door * must be
screwed directly to the sheet-metal grounding plate
w Installation of the unit in an earthed metal con- to ensure good and durable contact.
trol cabinet.
w Keeping power supply cables separate from In particular, this applies to earthing rails ä, pro-
tective earth rail #, mountingplates for switching
signal and measurement cables.
units > and door earthing strips <.Controllers
w Using twisted and screened measurement and KS40/50/90 y and KS98-1 x are shown as an
signal cables (connect the screening to mea- example for earthing.
surement earth).
The max. length of connections is 20 cm (see rele-
w Providing connected motor actuators with pro-
vant operating instructions).
tective circuitry to manufacturer specifications.
This measure prevents high voltage peaks Generally, the yellow/green protective earth
which may cause trouble of the instrument. is too long to provide a high-quality ground
connection for high-frequency interferences.

Electrical connections 9499-040-82611

Braided copper cables Ö provide a high frequency / 70 VDC against earth (to DIN 61010-1; dashed
conducting, low-resistance ground connection, es- lines).
pecially for connecting cabinet Ü and cabinet door w Mains supply circuits 90...250 VAC, 24 VUC:
*. safety isolation between circuits and against
Fig. 8 Störschutzbeschaltung earth up to a working voltage £ 300 Vr.m.s. (to
EN 61010-1; full lines).
ä w Instruments with I/O extension modules
Ö ä (KS98-1xx-x3xxx and KS98-1xx-x4xxx): sockets
1-2 and 3-4 are galvanically isolated from each
other and from other signal inputs/outputs
P3 x
(functional isolation).
> A11
6 y 7.6 General connecting diagram

< a The max. permissible working voltage

Ö on input and signal circuits is 33 VAC
Ü / 70 VDC against earth ! Otherwise, the
* circuits must be isolated and marked
with warning label for “contact ha-
a The max. permissible working voltage
on mains supply circuits may be 250
VAC against earth and against each ot-
her ! Only on versions with transmitter
Because of the skin effect, the surface rather than power supply (factory setting: connecti-
the cross section is decisive for low impedance. All on across terminals A12-A14)
connections must have large surfaces and good
contact. Any lacquer on the connecting surfaces
a Additionally, the units must be protec-
ted by fuses for a max. power consump-
must be removed. tion of 12,3VA/7,1W per instrument
individually or in common (standard

! Due to better HF properties, zinc-plated

mounting plates and compartment walls
fuse ratings, min. 1A)!

are more suitable for large-surface

grounding than chromated mounting

7.5 Galvanic isolations

Galvanically isolated connection groups are marked
by lines in the connecting diagram.
w Measuring and signal circuits: functional isola-
tion up to a working voltage £ 33 VAC

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Fig. 9 connecting diagram

Please mind footnotes!

KS98-1 with screw terminals KS9 8-1 - 0 - 0 0
KS 98 Standard 0
BASIC UNIT KS 98 with transmitter power supply 1
KS 98 with CANopen I/O 2
90...250V, AC 4 relays 0
POWER SUPPLY AND 24V UC, 4 relays 1
CONTROL OUTPUTS 90...250V AC, 2 relays+ 2 mA/logic 4
24V UC, 2 relays+ 2 mA/logic 5
no interface 0
TTL interface + di/do 1
RS422 + di/do + clock 2
PROFIBUS DP + di/do 3
no extensions 0
(standard) INP3, INP4, OUT3, di/do 1
OPTION C Motherboard without modules 2 ) 3
(modular) Motherboard ordered modules inserted 4
Standard configuration 0
Customer-specific configuration 9
Operating instruction 3 ) 0
Standard (CE certification) 0
APPROVALS cULus approval U
DIN EN 14597 certified D

1) Not possible with Modular Option C!

RM 200 not included in cULus approval !
2) Not possible with CANopen ! I/O modules must be ordered separately!
Mind possible combinations and power limitations; ® Text!
3) Detailled system manual can be ordered separately or downloaded (

+ For instruments with modular option C r see connecting diagram on page 25

Electrical connections 9499-040-82611

1 The protective earth must be connected also Resistance thermometer

with 24 V DC / AC supply (see safety notes on 5 Pt 100 in 2-wire connection. Lead resistance
page 21 ). adjustment is necessary: Ra must be equal to
The polarity is uncritical. RL1 + RL2.
2 Only on versions with transmitter power supp- 16 15 14
ly (factory setting: connection to terminals Ra
A12-A14). Connection of the transmitter po-
Ra = RL1+RL2 RL2
wer supply is determined by the wire-hook RL1
switch r page 19. }

Two resistance thermometer

7.7 Analog inputs
6 Pt100 for difference. Lead resistance compen-
Thermocouples sation: proceed as described in chapter cali-
bration page 32 - 10.4.
3 see general connecting diagram on page 23.
No lead resistance adjustment. 16 15 14
xeff = }1 - }2
Internal temperature compensation:
compensating lead up to the instrument terminals. RL1 RL2
With AINP1, STK = int.CJC must be con- }1 }2

External temperature compensation: 7 Resistance transducer

Measurement calibration r proceed as descri-
Use separate cold junction reference with fixed ref-
bed in chapter calibration page 32 - 10.4.
erence temperature.
Compensating lead is used up to the cold junction ref- Standard current signals 0/4...20 mA
erence. Copper lead between reference and instru- 8 Input resistance: 50 [, configure scaling and
ment. With AINP1, STK = ext.CJC and digits behind the decimal point.
TKref = reference temperature must be config-
ured. Standard voltage signals 0/2...10V
Resistance thermometer 9 Input resistance: ? 100 k[
(Voltage input module U_INP: >1 G[),
4 Pt 100 in 3-wire connection. Lead resistance
configure scaling and digits behind the decimal
adjustment is not necesary, if RL1 is equal
+ INP5 is a difference input, the reference po-
16 15 14 tential of which is connected to terminal A9.
RL1 = RL2 With voltage input, A6 must always be con-
nected to A9.
a The inputs INP1 / INP6 are interconnected
(common reference potential). This must
be taken into account if both inputs must
be used for standard current signal. If ne-
cessary, galvanic isolation should be used.

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7.8 Digital in- and outputs 7.9 Connecting diagram i/o-modules

The digital inputs and outputs must be energized (Modular Option C)
from one or several external 24 V DC sources.
+ CAN and modular option C are mutually pre-
Power consumption is 5 mA per input. The max. cluding.
load is 70 m A per output.
The inputs and outputs of multi-function unit
Examples: KS98-1 can be adapted to the individual application
Digital inputs (connector A) by means of “modulare option C. The supporting
A card is firmly installed in the unit.
( -) 1
24V (ext.) 2
(+) Imax. 5 mA di 1 3 The card contains four sockets for various I/O mod-
Imax. 5 mA di 2
ules which can be combined, whereby the positions
of the various connection types are dependent on
Digital inputs and outputs at one voltage source
(e.g. connector B) 70mA! The KS98-1 programming personnel must provide a
B connecting diagram corresponding to the block dia-
( -) 1 gram (r page 26) for installation of the device.
24V (ext.1)
2 RL
(+) Imax. 5 mA di 3 3
di 4 4
Imax. 0,1 A
Imax. 0,1 A
Imax. 0,1 A
Imax. 0,1 A

Imax. 5 mA
Imax. 5 mA di 5 5
Imax. 5 mA di 6 6
Imax. 5 mA di 7 7
8 do 1
9 do 2
10 do 3
11 do 4

Digital inputs and outputs at two voltage sources

(e.g. connector B)
( -) 1 ( -)
24V 24V
(ext.1) 2 (ext.2)
(+) Imax. 6 mA di 3 3 ( +)
di 4 RL
Imax. 6 mA 4
di 5
Imax. 70 m A
Imax. 70 m A
Imax. 70 m A
Imax. 70 m A

Imax. 6 mA 5
Imax. 6 mA di 6 6
Imax. 6 mA di 7 7
8 do 1
9 do 2
10 do 3
11 do 4

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4-wire 3-wire 2-wire potentiometer

R1 R1 R1
Resistive input
R2 R2 (9407-998-0x201)

+ + + TC, mV, mA / V inputs

I1 _ U1 _ }1 (9407-998-0x211) /
+ + + (9407-998-0x221)
I2 _ U2 _ }2

+ + Voltage /
U1 _ I1 _ V
current outputs
+ + (9407-998-0x301) /
U2 _ I2 _ V
do 1 / 2 (+)
do 1 di 1 (+) Combined digital
do 2 di 2 (+) inputs/ outputs
do 1/2 (-) di 1/2 (-) (9407-998-0x401)

di 1 (+) di 1 (+) di 1 (+) di 1 (+)
di 2 (+) di 2 (+) di 2 (+) di 2 (+)
Counter inputs
di 1/2 (-) di 1/2 (-) di 1/2 (-) di 1/2 (-) (9407-998-0x241)
Quadruple counter up/down counter 2 x counter and 2 x frequency

8. Commissioning
Unless an application-specific engineering was
Before switching on the instrument, ensure that the loaded, the unit is equipped with the IO test engi-
following points were taken into account: neering described on page 44. Before instrument
switch-on, the plant-specific input and output signal
w The supply voltage must correspond to the types must be adjusted on the instrument, in order to
specification on the type label! avoid damage to the plant and to the device
w All covers required for contact protection must On instruments without default setting, partial I/O
be fitted. signal testing is possible.
w Before operation start, check that other equip-
ment in the same signal loop is not affected. If
a The effect on connected equipment must
be taken into account.
necessary, appropriate measures must be
taken. After supply voltage switch-on, start-up logo and
w The unit is freely configurable. For this reason, Main menu wait! are displayed, followed by
the input and output behaviour is determined by display of the main menu during several seconds .
the loaded engineering. Before commissioning, Unless a selection is made during this time, the
make sure that the right instructions for system first operating page (e.g. a controller) is displayed
and instrument commissioning are available. automatically, without marking a line or a field.

9499-040-82611 Operation

Ü ¡ ¤ ¢ £
9. Operation
The operation of the device is menu-guided. The
menu is divided into several levels which can all be
influenced via the engineering, i.e. the final scope
of the menu is dependent on the engineering.

This manual describes the operating functions y

which are independent of the engineering.

9.1 Front view

LEDs (Ü¡¢£):
for indication of conditions determined by the engi-
neering, e.g. alarms or switching states. ¥ | – © x
HDIM keys (|–©¨):
Operation is by four keys for selection of pages and # Locking screw:
input on pages. for locking the instrument module in the hou-
DI The two functions of keys up/down are:
< PC interface:
w Navigation in menus and on pages PC interface for engineering tool ET/KS98 and
w Changing input values (e.g. set-point) BlueControl. The tools permit structu-
M The two significations of the selector key are ring/soft-wiring/configuration/parameter set-
dependent on the selected field: ting/operation.
Pressing the selector key (confirmation / Enter): y Display/operating page:
w starts page changing, w LCD point matrix (160 x 80 dots),
w starts value alteration via the up/down keys w changeable green/red back lighting, di-
and confirms the adjustment subsequently rect/inverse display mode.
(r page 29). Display is dependent on configured functions.
H The functions of the auto/manual key are de-
pendent on operating page, i.e. this key is some-
times called function key.
w Controller: auto/manual switchover
w Programmer: programmer control
w Adjustment of digital values.

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9.2 Menu structure

The main menu is the uppermost menu level. Its
structure is fixed and independent from the engi-


Dependent on engineering, the operating

pages of the engineering are listed and can
be selected.

List of all functions which

contain parameters.

Programmer List of all functions for display of

input/output values

res. transducer2 List of all functions which contain

configuration parameters

Configuration disabled
Date,time: display and setting (only with option B, RS 422)
Device data: interface, mains frequency, language display
Parameter setting disabled, only and setting (only with option B, TTL/RS422)
operating pages and Miscellaneous Kontrast Online/Offline: online i offline, configuration cancelling.
accessible Calibration: display and setting of signals to be calibrated
Info: hardware,software order no.,
software release no. display (only with option B, PROFIBUS)
If the main menu is disabled, only operating pages Status PROFIBUS: bus access status, data communication,
and user menu are accessible. available Profibus sharing units (only with option B, PROFIBUS)
Status CANbus: bus access status, data communication,
available CANbus sharing units (only with CAN version)
Status ModC fitted modules and power limit
Contrast: LCD display contrast setting

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9.3 Navigation, page selection + Unless display of a page is inverse despite

actuation of keys ID, the items were dis-
Operation of the device is by keys M and ID. abled (e.g. via engineering.
After pressing key M during 3 seconds, the main + An inverse menu item which cannot be alte-
menu is always displayed. red is also disabled.
+ When the main menu is disabled the user
menu is displayed. Operating pages:
Example: Parameters These pages offer an additional navigation func-
w Continuation or previous pages (marked by an
I M arrow at the bottom (q) or top (p) of the
D page) can be activated by selecting and press-
I ing key M.
w Items marked with uu open another operat-
. ing page when selecting (ID) and confirming
End D with key M.
M .
. + Menu item “End” is not provided on opera-
ting pages. Scroll until nothing is selected
Procedure any more (no input field/line is shown inver-
1 Press ID to select the input field or the line sely) and press key M to go to the next hig-
(the selected item is shown inversely). her menu level.
2 Confirm the entry with M (for selecting).
3a) If the selected item is a page, the page is ope
ned and navigation can be continued with the
ID keys.
3b) If an input field was selected, the field starts
blinking after pressing key M and the re
quired change can be entered with the
ID keys. Confirm with key M. The input
field stops blinking and the alteration is sa
ved .
4 For exit from a page, scroll to menu item
“End” at the bottom of the list. When selec-
ting (M), the next higher menu level is dis-
+ Scrolling up is possible. When exceeding the
uppermost menu item, menu item ”End” is

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9.4 Adjusting values

The menu operating pages include various types of
fields for adjustment of values:
- analog values, digital values
- selection lists
- times
- on/off switches
- push-buttons
- selector switches (radio button)

Adjustment procedure
Select the value to be altered with keys ID.
a) Press key M to start value changing (field
blinks). Change the value with keys ID. Press M
to store the change (field stops blinking).

Fig. Example: Value adjustment bargraf

50.0 M M 46.5

The longer keys up/down are pressed, the higher is

the acceleration. When releasing, the adjustment
speed decreases accordingly.
b) Key H. This mode of adjustment is provided for
switches, push-buttons and selector switches.

Fig. b) Key H. This mode of adjustment is for switches, push-buttons and selector switches.


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10. Instrument settings 10.2 Profibus-Status

The Profibus status page provides information on
10.1 CAN-Status the Profibus status of connection. The following er-
ror statuses are displayed:
The CAN bus status with the
connected units is displayed.

Value Signification
1...42 Node number
NC Node existence not checked so far /
node not provided
Check: w Bus access not successful
Node existence just being checked. w Faulty parameter setting
NR No reply from this node, but node is
w Faulty configuration
required w No data communication
Node has replied and is identified
EMStart: 10.3 ModC-Status
ES Node has provided an emergency
The status page of the modular C card provides in-
formation on correct installation. Possible faulty in-
NA stallations are displayed:
Node status is unknown
Node is in the PreOperational status.
Node is in error status
Node is in Operational status.
NU Node is not required by an own lib
Wa Lib function waits for identification of w Difference of configured and fitted module
this node. type
Parametrierung: w Power limits exceeded
Pa Lib function just setting the node
OK Lib function has finished the
parameter setting.
String detemined node name

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10.4 Calibration Two resistance thermometers:

Calibration of lead resistance effect
Press ID to select the input and M to open the
calibration page.
Transducer input:
Adjusting the transducer start and end:

Ü Select Quit .
Short-circuit both thermometers in the connecting
Ü Select Quit Set transducer to start * Press M r Quit blinks
* Press M r Quit blinks Ö Press I r Set Dif blinks
Ö Press I r Set 0% blinks ä Wait until the input has settled (min. 6 s)
ä Wait until the input has settled (min. 6 s) # Press M r Cal done is displayed
# Press M r 0% done is displayed Lead resistance adjustment is finished. Remove
both short circuits.
< Set transducer to end For exit from calibration press D until nothing is
> Press M r 0% done blinks marked and then press M.
y Press I 3x r Set 100% blinks
x Wait until the input has settled 10.5 Online/Offline
c Press M r 100% done is displayed. For configuration changing, switch the unit to
Calibration is finished. For exit from calibration ‘Offline’ and back to ‘Online’.
press D until nothing is marked and then press M.
a When switching the unit to status
off-line, the outputs will remain in the
status at switch-over time !!!
+ By switching over to on-line, all data are sa-
+ When terminating the off-line mode by can-
cellation (Escape config.) the data saved
last are loaded back into the working memo-

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11. Operating pages Ü

The engineering determines the scope of available
* Ö
operating pages. All available pages are listed in ä #
the operating page menu. > <
The various types of pages are explained below.
11.1 List display
The operating page list is intended for display/input
of process values and parameters.

Ü Title
* Name for value
Ö Unit for value
ä ¤ Scale end values
< Display/input field for value
> Bargraph
y Bargraph origin
x Limit value markers for bargraph
Apart from digital, analog and time values, values
of type radio button, switch and push-button can be
defined in the value listing (r page 30). 11.3 Alarm display
The value signification is determined by the engi-
Alarm display is in the order of occurrence on a list.
neering. The displayed values can be input fields.
One alarm per line is displayed:

11.2 Bargraph display Alarm active alarm text blinks

Alarm active and ackn. Alarm text
The bargraph page is used for display of two analog Alarm not active any more Alarm text uuu
variables as a bargraph. and not acknowledged
Two further variables can be displayed and Alarm not active any more --------------------
changed numerically and need not correspond with
the bargraph values.

Four further analog inputs can be used to position

two markers at the bargraph side, e.g. for indication
of the alarm limit or reference values. When ex-
ceeding the limits, an arrow q is displayed at the
top and bottom end of the bargraph q (see page

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Acknowledging an alarm Time axis switchover:

Select an active alarm for acknowledging with Earlier values than those visible in the actual win-
ID and acknowledge it with M. dow are also displayed by the trend function
New alarms are displayed only when rebuilding up (Shift). Values left of the time axis are earlier val-
the page, which is done by pressing key H. ues. These values can be displayed by changing
the origin of the time axis.
Select field > with ID and shift the scale origin
11.4 Graphic trend curve by changing the value.
The time curve of a process is displayed graphically + Symbol t (x) indicates the shift.
on the trend page. When resetting the time scale to 0, the shift is
switched off.
11.5 Programmer
A programmer controls the process sequence of a
x plant. Programmers are configurable freely in struc-
ture and scope by means of the engineering. A pro-
ä grammer is composed of any number of set-points
Ö (analog values) and control values (digital control
bits). Any number of programs (recipes) can be
v stored for a programmer.
# > <
w The program is divided into a defined number of
Ü Title segments (program segments).
* ¢ Scale end values w The maximum number of segments is deter-
ä Zoom switchover mined in the engineering.
# Value at time > / actual input value
w The maximum scope is defined in the engineer-
< Unit of value
> Origin of time axis related to the actual va-
lue (=0) shift of time axis (scrolling The actual status of a running program is displayed
into the past) on the programmer operating page. Dependent on
x Axis shift signalling programming, status (run/stop, auto/manual), seg-
v End of time axis / earliest value in the dis- ment number, net time and the actual set-point
played trend (during manual operation) can be changed.
Programmer operation is divided into:
Zoom value scale
The value axis can be zoomed by factor 1:4 (cut-out w Program control and monitoring
magnification). w Program (recipe) selection
Select the "zoom" field £, press M, the zoom w Adjustment of setpoints/control bits during
symbol changes. Now, scaling can be chan- manual operation
ged by means of keys ID. The scaling is shif- w Parameter setting for program
ted in steps of 12,5% via field ¢.
+ Dependent on engineering, parts of this ope-
ration can be changed or disabled.

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Display of the operating page is always related to Selecting a program

one programmer output, whereby analog set-points
and digital control bits are distinguished. Change to Selection of a program is by alteration of recipe
the next programmer output is via field < uu in field i. Dependent on engineering, selection is from
the title. a text list or by entry of a number.
+ Program selection is possible only in status
Ü <

* Controlling a program
> Press key H to control the program sequence:
y The time curve can be controlled also by changing
c the elapsed time c or segment number £ (pre-
v set).

n m b
Ü ¥ H H H
v + Dependent on engineering, parts of this ope-
ration may be changed or disabled.
n m b
Ü Name of operating page Program parameter setting
* Program name/no. (recipe) Select the program for editing via field "Rec" ¡.
Ö [Process value] Call up the relevant set-points/control values, seg-
ä Actual segment no. ment times and types with menu item “program” in
# Status line the status line (field — ).
< Programmer output switchover
> Set-point/control value A page on which the selected program is displayed
y Setpoint in the current segment as “RecEdt” is opened.
x Remaining segment time The parameters are listed in the order of segments.
c Elapsed program time
v Remaining program time
The data blocks are displayed dependent on engi-
— Program status
˜ auto/manual The type of individual segments can be changed de-
™ halt, end pendent on data block type.
Selection of all programs including the inactive
ones is possible on line RecEdt in any program-
mer status.

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A segment list is completed with end identification

--:-- in parameter Tpn of the last segment.
When setting the last segment time Tn to a valid
value (higher or equal to 0), the next parameter is
displayed automatically
Tn+1. = --:-- etc.

This procedure permits shortening of a current pro-

gram by adjusting a value < 0 in the required posi-
tion for Tn = --:-- with key D. The following
segments will be suppressed in the program. The
Rec = 1 relevant segment parameters remain unchanged
Wp0 = Wert and can be re-activated by input of a valid value for
Tp1 = Zeit Tn.
Wp1 = Wert Segment type
Tp2 = Zeit
Wp2 = Wert Dependent on segment type, the following parame-
Tp3 = Zeit ters can be altered:
Wp3 = Wert Wp i Target setpoint
D i Control value in segment i

Tp4 = Zeit
Tp i Segment duration
. Rt i Segment gradient
. Typ i Segment type
Wpn = Wert Ramp segment (time)
Tpn+1 = --:-- With a ramp segment (time), the
Ende set-point runs linearly from the start
value (end of previous segment) to-
wards the target set-point (Wp) of
When using recipe names, these names are dis- the relevant segment during time Tp
played on the editing page. Switching over to the (segment duration).
parameters of a different recipe can be done by al-
tering the recipe name. This is possible at any time Ramp segment (gradient)
and does not cause switchover of the active recipe. With a ramp segment (gradient), the
set-point runs linearly from the start
value (end value of previous seg- Rt
ment) towards the target value (Wp)
of the relevant segment. The gradi-
ent is determined by parameter Rt.
Parameter Step 1

Parameter Step 2

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Hold segment Manual mode

With a hold segment, the end
The programmer output can be overwritten for each
set-point of the previous segment is
Tp page. For this, the relevant page must be switched
output constantly during a defined
of to "manual". In this mode, the set-point or con-
time which is determined by parame-
trol value can be overwritten >. The control value
ter Tp.
is changed separately for each control bit. Press M
Step segment to continue.
With a step segment, the program Wp Field ˜ permits returning to the automatic
set-point goes directly to the value Tp mode(r page 35).
specified in parameter Wp.
+ The program run is not interrupted by the
The set-point reached due to the step change is manual mode.
kept constant during the time determined in param-
eter Tp.

Waiting and operator call

All segment types can be combined with ”Wait at
the end and operator call”.
If a segment with combination ”wait” was config-
ured, the programmer goes to stop mode at the
segment end. Now, the programmer can be re-
started by pressing the H-key.

1 Segment type = Time

2 Segment type = Hold
4 3 Segment type
2 = Time and wait
4 Segment type = Gradient
reset run stop run
H H End


control bit 1

control bit 2

program end

START expired program time END

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11.6 Controller Apart from entries and switchover operations, fur-

ther actions can be started:
The controller page permits intervention into Switching over to manual operation is done via key
process control loops. Input fields (set-point, H and field - ¤ provides access to the controller
set-point source, correcting variable during manual self-tuning page.
mode, parameter set switchover) are selected via
the ID key, pure display fields are skipped. Input fields on the operating page
+ Dependent on engineering, the input fields
can be disabled. Manual correcting variable
Alteration of manual correcting variable y by
Fig.: Controller operation means of keys ID is at three speeds.
Ü #
Fig.:Correcting variable adjustment via the front panel
Ö >
ä y
Press the key to start the adjustment at a speed of 1%
/ sec. After 3 sec., switchover to 2.5% / sec occurs
< y and switchover to 10%/sec. is after another 3 sec.
> >
x Set-point
c b The internal set-point can be altered at any time,
v n also when another set-point is active.
Ü Page title Fig.:Set-point adjustment via the front panel
* Set-point source (Wint, Wext, W2)
Ö Physical unit
ä Bargraph of correcting variable Y or XW or
Xeff W
# Entrance into the self-tuning page
< Effective process value Set-point source
> Controller set-point Set-point source switchover is possible via a selec-
y Value of correcting variable Y or XW or tion field on the controller page.
x Self-tuning/command input status Front-panel set-point switchover
c Self-tuning result heating
v Process characteristics heating
— Self-tuning result cooling
˜ Process characteristics cooling Wquelle

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Dependent on controller configuration, selection of Set-point reserve:

Wint, Wext and W2 is possible. Unless switchover To permit self-tuning, the distance between
is required, the field can be left with Quit. setpoint and process value must be higher than
10% of the setpoint range before self-tuning start.
Self tuning
Determination of the optimum process parameters With inverse controllers, the set-point must be
is possible by self-tuning. Self-tuning is available higher than the process value. With direct control-
for processes with recovery time and without delay lers, it must be smaller.
time. The set-point determines a limit which is not ex-
Dependent on controller type, parameters Xp1, ceeded during self-tuning.
Xp2, Tn, Tv, Tp1, Tp2 are determined.
Self-tuning start
Preparation Select function Stat: OFF/OK and confirm it
w Adjust the desired controller behaviour. with M. Stat:OFF/OK blinks and is
w e = 0.0. switched over to Stat: Start by pressing I.
w P- controller: Tn = 0.0 Tv = 0.0
PD- controller: Tn = 0.0 Tv > 0.0 Pressing key M starts the self-tuning attempt. The
PI- controller: Tn > 0.0 Tv = 0.0 set-point can be changed also subsequently. After
PID- controller: Tn > 0.0 Tv > 0.0 successful self-tuning, the controller changes to au-
tomatic operation and controls the set-point with
w If a controller has several parameter sets, se- the new parameters.
lection which parameter set should be opti-
mized is required (( POpt=1...6). If necessary, Fig.: 18 Self-tuning with heating and cooling
these settings must be made available when +
creating the engineering ). X, W
w Switch the controller to manual mode (key H). PiR > 10% W0/W100
Alter the correcting variable to reach the work- X
ing point.
The process must be in a stable condition. Self-tun- t
ing starts only, when process value oscillations are 100%
smaller than 0.5% of the control range during one dYopt

minute (controller display:‚ process at rest’ (PiR)). +

+ If necessary, other control loops in the plant

0% +
H Start Start Optimisation t
must be set to manual mode as well. Adaption
Off/Ok PIR_H Step Off/Ok

Fig. Calling up the self-tuning page

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When self-tuning is finished with an error Self-tuning cancelation

(Ada_Err or 0err on the controller page),
Fig.: Controller page with started self tuning
the initial correcting variable is output until
self-tuning is finished by pressing key H.

Self-tuning procedure with heating and

cooling processes:
(3-point / split-range controller)

Self-tuning starts as with a “heating” process.

After self-tuning end, the controller settings based
on the calculated parameters are made. This is fol- Self-tuning can be stopped at any time by pressing
lowed by line-out at the pre-defined set-point, until key H, or by selecting Stop in the Stat field (sta-
PiR is reached again. tus).

Subsequently, a step to cooling is made to deter- When ‘Process at rest’ (PiR) is detected and a
mine the “cooling” parameters. When cancelling sufficient set-point reserve is provided, the correct-
the cooling attempt, the parameters for “heating” ing variable is changed by output step (boosted
are also taken over for cooling. No error message with indirect controller, lowered with direct control-
(Ada_Err) is output. ler).

a Whilst self-tuning is active, the control

function is switched off! ! The size of the output step change is set
to 100% as standard.
Fig.: 19 In critical processes, this value
(parameter dYopt) may have to be redu-
ced to prevent damage to the process.
The parameter is adjustable in the engi-
60s neering, or via the parameter dialogue of
t the main menu, if the engineering is
known . In case of doubt, contact the
dYopt programming engineer.
Heizen Kühlen
Start Start
Adaption Optimierung
fertig fertig

Off/Ok PIR_H Step PIR_K Step Off/Ok

The self-tuning statuses are indicated with priority

in the display field for manual operation.
w Self-tuning running, display: ORun
w Self-tuning faulty, display: OErr
Self-tuning completed with an error is finished by
pressing key H twice.

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Signification of self-tuning messages ORes1/ORes2

ORes1/2 Signification or trouble cause Possible solution
No attempt was made or attempt cancelled by Stat: Stop or
switchover to manual mode ( H key) .
Cancellation: Abbruch
Faulty correcting variable output action, Change controller
1 X

X does not change in the direction of W. Y output action.


2 Finished: self-tuning was completed successfully (reversal point found, safe estimation)
Cancellation: W

The process does not respond or responds too slowly X Close control loop.
(change of {X smaller than 1% in 1 hour) Y
>1 Std.

Completed, withou6 AdaErr: Optimum result with low

Successful attempt, process has a low reversal point reversal point
Cancellation, with AdaErr: Abbruch

4 W
Attempt failed, process stimulation low X Increase output step
(Reversal point found, but estimatio n is unsafe Y change dYopt.

Increase separation of
Cancellation: X process value (X) and
5 Self-tuning cancelled because of exceeded set-point Y
set-point (W) when
hazard. t starting, or decrease
YOptm .
Completed: attempt successful, but self-tuning cancelled due to exceeded set-point hazard.
(Reversal point not reached so far; safe estimation).
Cancellation: Abbruch

Output step change too small, {Y < 5%. Increase Ymax or set
7 Y
Yoptm to a smaller

Cancellation: W

Set-point reserve too small, or exceeded set-point whilst

<10% W0..W100
Vary stable correcting
PiR monitoring is busy. Y
>1 Std.
variable YOptm.

A special controller type offers the following For self-tuning preparation, parameters must be ad-
self-tuning page. justed dependent on process and engineering.

Fig. Optimierungsseite

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For this purpose, special knowledge of the applica-

ble function block is required, i.e. it should be done
by the programming engineer. Self-tuning start is
as described above.

ORes Signification or Possible solution

error cause
No attempt was
Step change threshold too small: compared to the process noise, the step change
1 Xlimit too small
threshold is too small. Start a new attempt with a higher positioning pulse.
Positioning pulse too high: the correcting variable would exceed the positioning limits
2 dYopt too high when the selected pulse height is output. Start a new attempt with smaller positioning
pulse or reduce the correcting variable in manual mode previously.
No rest. The autotuner has detected that the process is probably not at rest. Please
wait, until reaching the rest condition. Another possibility is to activate the drift
compensation or to increase the positioning pulse. Note: With pulse width modulated
3 Re-start
(PWM) control outputs (2 and 3-point controller), oscillations of process value PV are
susceptible to occur even during manual mode, if the corresponding cycle time t1 (t2) is
too long. In this case, the controller cycle times should be as low as possible.
Positioning pulse too small: the step response is hidden by process noise. Start a new
4 dYopt small attempt with a higher positioning pulse, or take measures to reduce the noise (e.g.
Max. detection failed: after output of the positioning pulse, no maximum / minimum in
5 No extreme the process value curve was detected. The settings for the process type ( with /
without compensation) should be checked.
Positioning limits during self-tuning were exceeded. During the attempt, correcting
6 Positioning limit variable MV has exceeded the positioning limits. Repeat the attempt using a smaller
positioning pulse or a reduced correcting variable during manual mode.
7 Controller type No self-tuning result for the specified combination P/I/D can be found.
Process not monotonous: the process has a strong all-pass behaviour ( temporarily, the
8 Monotony
process value runs in opposite direction ) or serious trouble during the attempt.
Extrapolation failed: after the positioning pulse end, no process value decrease was
9 Estimation error detected because of excessive noise. Increase the positioning pulse or attenuate the
Result useless: excessive noise, or the determined process parameters do not
10 No result correspond to the description of a process with dead band. Start a new attempt with a
higher positioning pulse or attenuate the noise.
11 The self-tuning attempt was canceled manually by the operator with „STOP“ .
Faulty output action: the expected output action of the step response is opposed to the
correcting variable.
12 Output action
Cause can be faulty setting of the output action, or e.g. inverting actuators. Change the
controller output action.

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11.7 Cascade controller Fig. Operating page of a cascade controller in automatic

With cascade control, two coupled controllers act

on a common actuator. A process value for the Ü >
master and a process value for the slave controller y
are required. Ö x
# c
Raumtemperatur Vorlauftemperatur

Ü Operating page title

* Parameter set selection, if available
The slave set-point is determined via the external Ö Switchover field cascade mode (open/clo-
set-point by the master. sed)
ä Set-point source of master (Wint, Wext, W2)
Cascade operation is possible in the following sta-
tuses: # Display field for manual mode (otherwise
Automatic mode < Physical unit (master block parameter)
In a cascade, master and slave operate automati- > Entry into self-tuning
cally during automatic mode. y Master process value
The master set-point and process value are the rel-
x Slave process value
evant variables for process control.
c Set-point (from master in automatic
The master set-point is adjustable.
mode, from slave with open cascade)
The slave set-point ¤ is displayed additionally.
v Bargraph and display
+ "Cascade" is displayed. (Y from slave or X/XW from master)
— Display of slave selection with open cas-
cade (otherwise empty)

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Cascade opened Manual mode

For opening the cascade and control by means of Switchover to manual is via key H (display in
the slave controller (see note text “Slave” on the field¤). The cascade status (open/closed) is not af-
operating page), switchover field ¢ is switched to fected.
“Casc- Open”.
In manual mode the process is controlled directly
with the slave correcting variable.
+ "Casc-open" is displayed. The slave correcting variable can be adjusted dur-
Fig. Cascade controller with open cascade ing manual operation.
+ "Man" is displayed.
Fig. Cascade controller in manual mode

The slave set-point is displayed now.

Now, the slave controller set-point becomes the
variable used for process control and can be ad-
justed. Cascade optimization
In a cascade, the slave controller and then the mas-
The process value of the master control loop is set ter must be optimized.
by the cascade loop rather than being controlled.
Switchover between set-point operation by master
or slave is always possible. The self-tuning entry of the cascade operating page
uu relates always to the slave!
In cascade mode, the master information is dis- + For optimizing, the master must be selected
played in the fields for set-point, set-point source, purposefully via the operating menu. For this,
physical unit and X/XW bargraph. With open cas- the project description must be used.
cade (display "Slave"), the slave information is dis-

9499-040-82611 Maintenance, test, trouble shooting

If the unit does not function correctly after these

12. Maintenance, test, trouble checks, it must be shut down and replaced. A de-
shooting fective unit can be returned to the supplier for re-
12.1 Cleaning
12.3 Shut-down
Housing and front panel can be cleaned
using a dry, lint-free cloth. No use of sol-
vents or cleansing agents!
a Disconnect the supply voltage comple-
tely and protect the unit against acci-
+ Avoid using solvents or cleansing agents! dental operation. As the instrument is
mostly connected with other facilities
12.2 Behaviour in case of trouble in the control loop, consider the effects
before switching off and take measures
The unit needs no maintenance. In case of trouble, to prevent the occurrence of undesired
check: operating conditions!
w Is the unit in on-line mode ?
w Is the supply voltage connected correctly? 12.4 Test engineering as basic
Are voltage and frequency within the toler- equipment
ances? KS98-1 is factory set for a test engineering
w Were all connections made correctly ? IO-test.edg, which ensures checking of the possi-
w Do the sensors and actuators work properly? ble inputs and outputs of the extended basic unit
w Is the engineering OK? (standard + option B + option C). If KS98-1 is pro-
vided with a customer-specific engineering, the rel-
w Is the unit configured for the required opera-
evant description is applicable.
ting principle?
w Do the adjusted parameters have the requi-
red effect? ! If KS98-1 is provided with customer-spe-
cific engineering, the engineering des-
w Are the I/O extension modules plugged in cription is applicable.
and clicked in position correctly (modular op-
tion C)? A diagnostic page is provided to indicate system er-
rors in case of start-up problems. The availability of
w Is a terminating resistor activated (can be re-
the real-time clock is also displayed.
quired dependent on the instrument position
in the bus topology with CANopen and The display colour can be changed green/red and
PROFIBUS DP)? normal/inverse.
w Were the required EMC measures carried
out (screened cables, earthings, protective
circuits, etc.)?
w Does the diagnostic page of the test engi-
neering indicate an error?

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Menustructure of the test-engineering

12.5 I/O-Test Outputs OUT4 and OUT5 are always relays, i.e. they
are controlled digitally on the relevant operating
Input and output type and measuring/signal range page. (Adjusting values r Navigation page 29).
are configurable.
Adjusting the output values and selecting the pages
For this, switch the unit to OFFLINE(r page 32) are done as described. Continuation pages are se-
first after starting up. All inputs and outputs are lected using keys ID via the menu lines ( p, q)
preset to 0 .. 20mA and 0-100% value range. and called up with M.

Before commissioning, the inputs and outputs to be + This engineering is not suitable for control-
connected must be configured for the required sen- ling a plant. For this purpose, a custo-
sor type via main menu “Configuration”. mer-specific engineering is required (see
versions, section: Adjustment on page 16).
+ After adjusting the correct type, the unit
must be switched back to ONLINE! a Faulty settings can cause damage to in-
strument and plant!
Now, KS98-1 is ready for the first input/output test.
Possible settings:
w AINP1: thermocouple types; Pt100; 2*Pt100;
0/4 .. 20mA; 0/2 .. 10V; transducer 500W; re-
sistance 500W 250W
w AINP3 (option C): 0/4 .. 20mA
w AINP4 (option C): 0/4 .. 20mA
w AINP5 : 0/4 .. 20mA
w AINP6 : 0/4 .. 20mA
w OUT1 : 0/4 .. 20mA or relay
w OUT2 : 0/4 .. 20mA or relay
w OUT3 (option C) : 0/4 .. 20mA
w OUT4 : relay
w OUT5 : relay

Dependent on instrument selection, outputs OUT1

and OUT2 can be relay or current output. Accord-
ingly, they must be controlled digitally or
analoguely in the engineering.

As all outputs were defined as analog outputs in

the present engineering, a value below 50% (corre-
sponds to logic “0”) and a value above 50% (corre-
sponds to logic “1”) must be set for relay output

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