E5CK Process Controller All OMRON products are capitalized in this manual. The following tables show the correspondence between the E5CK display. Board in addition to the E5CK-AA Process Controller. For E5AK or . Manual output, heating/cooling control, SP limiter, loop burnout alarm, SP ramp, MV. off on Disables A Auto / Manual key. 3. MANUAL manu. SET MV FOR MANUAL OPERATION. – – %. *1 Set output % manually (open loop control).

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If the display remains the same, the E5CK T controller must be repaired. Alarm 1 open in alarm Conditions of Use Alarms must be assigned as outputs. If the communications conditions of the host computer and E5CK T controller match, then a probable cause is a problem in the communications circuit of one or both of the host com puter and E5CK T controller.

F Manaul you remove the controller from its case, never touch nor apply shock to the electronic parts inside.

Function Setting Range Unit Default 0 to Page 2 3 Every precaution has been taken in the preparation mxnual this manual. This parameter is automatically set by AT execution. Function PV before passing through filter PV after passing through filter 0. For details on the setting ranges of these parameters, see chapter 5 Level 1 Mode page 5 Page 55 For details on the setting ranges of these parameters, see chapter 5 Level 1 Mode page 5 To give priority to janual, decrease the set value of this parameter.


Function Setting Range Unit In an actual program, set the parameters to match the application.

This section describes how to set the communications specifications for the E5CK T controller. Calibrating Current Input 7. Page Indication Range JPt Function Setting Range Unit The dis- play changes to [ ] 20mA calibration display. Added a note at the end of End Condition. This time is not displayed when the controller is reset. The E5CK T supports the following five outputs: However, when actually creating programs, do not leave spaces between frame items.

When adding on the option unit, also see the option unit list on page Pay Attention to the Following when Installing this Controller F If you remove the controller from its case, janual touch nor apply shock to the electronic parts inside.

Setting Up E5cj Output Unit 2. To program operation 4— Every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this manual. Set the control period taking the control characteristics and life expectancy of the controller into consideration. This chapter describes how to find out and remedy the cause if the E5CK T does not function properly.

For details on the types and meanings of end codes, see 6. Got it, continue to print. About The Communications Function 1.


For details on the frame check, see 6. Setting Running Conditions 4.

Omron e5ck User Manual

Table of Contents Add to my manuals Add. Commands And Responses 6. F Action Must repair. Setting Up The Output Unit 2.

Page numbers refer to previous version. Command Configuration The start character. Setup Mode Control output 1 assignment Control output 2 assignment Auxiliary output 1 assignment Alarm 1 type Alarm 1 open in alarm Alarm 2 type Alarm 2 open in alarm Alarm 3 type Alarm 3 open in alarm Ensure sufficient space around the controller to allow heat to escape. If the transfer output function is not sup- thermocouple 1 ported, skips steps 7 to JWiring F Power supply 11 12 13 14 About the power 11 E5CK controller are matching, and are within the permissible ranges.


This example describes how to calibrate a thermocouple when the transfer output function is supported. The precautions indicated below describe important information regarding safety. Page 65 Rate of rise 0: F Meaning Calibration data is in error. F Action Check the communications conditions.

How To Use Error Output 7.

This character must be inserted before the leading byte.