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 Post subject: [ATR244-12ABC][ATR121][ATR144]Heat/Cool Reg no PID
PostPosted: 27/07/2020, 16:02 
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EXAMPLE 1
ON/OFF regulation + Histeresis using 2 setpoint (one setpoint for heat and 1 setpoint for cool).
Please restore default value using the 9999 or 999 password.

ATR 142 parametrs list:
1.[C.out] = c.01
2.[Sen] = "Insert the type of probe are you using"
11.[Act.t] = heat
15.[c.Hy] = 2 --> Q1 histeresis for the heat output
18.[P.b] = 0
19.[t.i] = 0
20.[t.d] = 0
23.[Al.1] = A.AL.
28.[A.1.Hy] = 2 --> Q2 histeresis for the cool output


ATR 121/141 parameters list:
1.[Cou] = c1.2
2.[Sen] = "Insert the type of probe are you using"
11.[rEG] = HEA
14.[Hy.c] = 2 --> Q1 histeresis for the heat output
15.[P.b] = 0
16.[t.i] = 0
17.[t.d] = 0
19.[Al] = A.A
23.[Hy.A] = 2 --> Q2 histeresis for the cool output


ATR 243-20ABC parameters list:
1.[C.out] = c.01
2.[Sen] = "Insert the type of probe are you using"
11.[Act.t] = heat
15.[c.Hy] = 2 --> Q1 histeresis for the heat output
18.[P.b] = 0
19.[t.i] = 0
20.[t.d] = 0
23.[Al.1] = A.AL.
28.[A.1.Hy] = 2 --> Q2 histeresis for the cool output

ATR 244-12ABC parameters list:
Attachment:
atr244-12abc_2_setpoint.zip

ATR 144-ABC parameters list:
Attachment:
ATR144-abc_2_setpoint.zip


Description of the application:
Hot setpoint set to 20 degrees: the controller heats up (active Q1) to 20°C (restart at 18°C).
Cold setpoint (intervention AL) set to 25 degrees: the controller cools down (active Q2) if the temperature exceeds 27°C (switch off at 25°C).

EXAMPLE 2
ON/OFF regulation + Histeresis using 1 setpoint.
Please restore default value using the 9999 or 999 password.


ATR 142 parameters list:
1.[C.out] = c.01
2.[Sen] = "Insert the type of probe are you using"
11.[Act.t] = heat
15.[c.Hy] = 2 --> Q1 histeresis for the heat output
18.[P.b] = 0
19.[t.i] = 0
20.[t.d] = 0
23.[Al.1] = H.d.AL
28.[A.1.Hy] = 0.5 --> Q2 histeresis for the cool output by an upper deviation alarm


ATR 121/141 parameters list:
1.[Cou] = c1.2
2.[Sen] = "Insert the type of probe are you using"
11.[rEG] = HEA
14.[Hy.c] = 2 --> Q1 histeresis for the heat output
15.[P.b] = 0
16.[t.i] = 0
17.[t.d] = 0
19.[Al] = A.d.S
23.[Hy.A] = 0.5 --> Q2 histeresis for the cool output by an upper deviation alarm

ATR 243-20ABC parameters list:
1.[C.out] = c.01
2.[Sen] = "Insert the type of probe are you using"
11.[Act.t] = heat
15.[c.Hy] = 2 --> Q1 histeresis for the heat output
18.[P.b] = 0
19.[t.i] = 0
20.[t.d] = 0
23.[Al.1] = H.d.AL
28.[A.1.Hy] = 0.5 --> Q2 histeresis for the cool output by an upper deviation alarm

ATR244-12ABC parameters list:
Attachment:
pixsys_atr244-12abc_unico_setpoint.zip

ATR144-12ABC parameters list:
Attachment:
ATR144-abc_1_setpoint.zip

Description of the application:
Hot setpoint set to 20 degrees: the controller heats up (active Q1) to 20°C (restart at 18°C).
Cold setpoint (intervention AL) set to 2 degrees: the controller cools down (active Q2) if the temperature is 2°C higher than the hot setpoint.

Please note Once all setpoints have been set, you can enter the parameter configuration again and hide the cold setpoint using parameters:
25[P.SE.] = "Pr.A." for ATR121/141
30[A.1.S.P.]="HidE" for ATR142/ATR243-20ABC.
P_135[A.I.S.P.]="Hide" for ATR244-12ABC
P_71[A.I.S.P.]="Hide" for ATR144-ABC
In this way the user will always set the heat reference setpoint.

Best regards


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