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Series F 4 S and F 4 D 1/4 DIN Ramping Controllers 1 Series F 4 S and F 4 D 1/4 DIN Ramping Controllers 1

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Watlow’s Next Generation Styling Series V 4 T 1/4 DIN Temperature Controller Series 97 Watlow’s Next Generation Styling Series V 4 T 1/4 DIN Temperature Controller Series 97 Matching 1/16 DIN Limit Controller Series F 4 S and F 4 D 3

F 4 Ramping Controllers u F 4 S Single Channel Ramping u. Single channel F 4 Ramping Controllers u F 4 S Single Channel Ramping u. Single channel temperature or process control with profile capability u F 4 D Dual Channel Ramping u. Allows temperature and humidity control in one package 4

What Is a Ramping Controller? a set of user instructions Output follows Temperature (profile), What Is a Ramping Controller? a set of user instructions Output follows Temperature (profile), to automatically adjust or hold set point for different time periods. 250 150 80 75 Time 5

Ramping or Fixed Set Point Operation u Ramp and Soak Programmable Control u Control Ramping or Fixed Set Point Operation u Ramp and Soak Programmable Control u Control operation automatically follows a set (profile) of preprogrammed instruction to perform a processing task. u Static Set Point Control u Operator intervention is required when processing changes are needed. 6

F 4 Ramping Controller Focus Markets 7 F 4 Ramping Controller Focus Markets 7

Environmental Chambers u Applications Product thermal cycling u Laboratory chambers u Product analysis u Environmental Chambers u Applications Product thermal cycling u Laboratory chambers u Product analysis u Product storage u 8

Furnace and Oven u Applications Heat Treating u Kilns u Autoclaves u Foundry & Furnace and Oven u Applications Heat Treating u Kilns u Autoclaves u Foundry & Metal Processing u 9

Components and Assembly u u Semiconductor processing equipment Electronic assembly equipment 10 Components and Assembly u u Semiconductor processing equipment Electronic assembly equipment 10

Other Focus Industries u Applications Analytical Instruments u Glass Manufacturing and Annealing u Incubators Other Focus Industries u Applications Analytical Instruments u Glass Manufacturing and Annealing u Incubators u 11

Ease of Use The most important selection factor following quality and reliability when selecting Ease of Use The most important selection factor following quality and reliability when selecting a temperature controller is ease of use. Source: 1997 VDC Worldwide Market Report for Industrial Electronic Temperature Controllers 12

Enhanced Display and Keypad Ramping control programming made easy through advanced technology u Icons Enhanced Display and Keypad Ramping control programming made easy through advanced technology u Icons for international applications u Read-at-a-glance process display u Full message prompting of operation and setup 13

F 4 Operator Interface u Primary u Large process display 5 -digit, 7 -segment F 4 Operator Interface u Primary u Large process display 5 -digit, 7 -segment displays u 0. 562” (14. 3 mm) display digit height u. F or C, Degree, and decimal point indication u Operations display u 4 line X 20 characters per line u High definition back lit LCD u. Wide viewing angle 14

F 4 Operator Interface u 6 operator interface keys u Rubber u 4 key F 4 Operator Interface u 6 operator interface keys u Rubber u 4 key switch with tactile feel navigational keys u Parameter and value selection with arrow keys u “i” information key Toggle for Help u Profile key - initiate or hold profile operation 15

F 4 Operator Interface u Discrete LED indicators u Control output indication u Alarm F 4 Operator Interface u Discrete LED indicators u Control output indication u Alarm active indication u Communications activity u Profile indication 16

Multilingual Prompts u Available in multiple languages: English u German u French u Spanish Multilingual Prompts u Available in multiple languages: English u German u French u Spanish u 17

Advanced Hardware Features u u 20 MHz operation, 16 -bit processor NEMA 4 X Advanced Hardware Features u u 20 MHz operation, 16 -bit processor NEMA 4 X sealed front panel Shallow 4” (101 mm) overall case depth FLASH memory for field software update 18

F 4 Industrial Design Features u High strength injection molded case u 3. 85 F 4 Industrial Design Features u High strength injection molded case u 3. 85 “ (97. 8 mm) behind panel depth u Ergonomic u Compatible u NEMA design styling with Series 96 & 97 limit 4 X front panel seal u Convenient 4 screw installation brackets 19

F 4 Industrial Design Features u Touch safe wiring termination u Removable for wiring F 4 Industrial Design Features u Touch safe wiring termination u Removable for wiring convenience u Accepts 12 to 22 gauge wires u Positive latching feature for connection integrity 20

Loaded With Standard Hardware Features u 3 universal analog inputs (2 & 3 optional Loaded With Standard Hardware Features u 3 universal analog inputs (2 & 3 optional on F 4 S) TC, RTD, process (no DIP switches) u 4 digital inputs (standard) u u Eight digital outputs (standard) Programmable events u Chamber heat & cool control functions u 21

Modular Hardware Inputs and Outputs u u Field replaceable input and output modules Dual Modular Hardware Inputs and Outputs u u Field replaceable input and output modules Dual control outputs u Heat or cool or Off u Linear or time proportioned u Switched dc/open collector, SSR, process u Alarms (2 standard) u Process or deviation u 2 A mechanical relays 22

Leading the Way in Communications u Serial communications standard u EIA 232 & EIA Leading the Way in Communications u Serial communications standard u EIA 232 & EIA 485 hardware interfaces u MODBUS protocol u 9600 and 19, 200 baud u Allows controller software updates in field 23

Hardware Features u Retransmit outputs 2 optional u Current or voltage u Process, set Hardware Features u Retransmit outputs 2 optional u Current or voltage u Process, set points, % power u u Universal power supply 85 to 265 vac/vdc, 50 to 60 Hz u Optional 24 to 28 vac/vdc u 24

Performance Specifications u Operating u range 0 to +55 C u Calibration u 0. Performance Specifications u Operating u range 0 to +55 C u Calibration u 0. 1% of span, +/- LSD (whole digit) u Sensor u accuracy update rate 20 Hz, 50 milliseconds, channel 1 25

F 4 Hardware Architecture Input to Output Isolation Minimum 500 Vac/Vdc between blocks 26 F 4 Hardware Architecture Input to Output Isolation Minimum 500 Vac/Vdc between blocks 26

Agency Approvals u UL, u c-UL 916 listed User replaceable input and output modules Agency Approvals u UL, u c-UL 916 listed User replaceable input and output modules u European CE conformity EN 50082 -2, immunity standard u EN 50081 -2, emission standard u EN 61010 -1 low-voltage directive, safety u u NEMA 4 X, IP 65 front panel seal 27

Accurate Timing of Profiles u Real u +/- time clock 92 seconds/month u Lithium Accurate Timing of Profiles u Real u +/- time clock 92 seconds/month u Lithium u 7 battery year shelf life 28

Software Architecture Main Page Operations Page Profile Page Setup Page Factory Page 29 Software Architecture Main Page Operations Page Profile Page Setup Page Factory Page 29

Software Architecture u “Guided” setup & programming u Guided configuration u. Presents a sequence Software Architecture u “Guided” setup & programming u Guided configuration u. Presents a sequence of parameter choices needed to complete a functional configuration u Full unabbreviated text u. Uses full text messages, not cryptic parameter and configuration names 30

Software Architecture u Context sensitive help Toggle the “Information” key 31 Software Architecture u Context sensitive help Toggle the “Information” key 31

Programmi ng An Autostart Step Set F 4 Controller to Start Profile at 4: Programmi ng An Autostart Step Set F 4 Controller to Start Profile at 4: 30 AM on Monday 32

Programmi ng An Autostart Step 33 Programmi ng An Autostart Step 33

Programmi ng An Autostart Step 34 Programmi ng An Autostart Step 34

Programmi ng An Autostart Step 35 Programmi ng An Autostart Step 35

Programmi ng An Autostart Step 36 Programmi ng An Autostart Step 36

Programmi ng An Autostart Step 37 Programmi ng An Autostart Step 37

Programmi ng An Autostart Step 38 Programmi ng An Autostart Step 38

Programmi ng An Autostart Step Use “i” Key for More Information 39 Programmi ng An Autostart Step Use “i” Key for More Information 39

Programmi ng An Autostart Step 40 Programmi ng An Autostart Step 40

Programmi ng An Autostart Step Save Change, Autostart Setup Complete 41 Programmi ng An Autostart Step Save Change, Autostart Setup Complete 41

F 4 Software Architecture u Function Naming u Optional, u. Better up to 10 F 4 Software Architecture u Function Naming u Optional, u. Better up to 10 Characters operator recognition Enter Alarm Name: Alarm 1 Adjusts Character Selects Character 42

F 4 Software Architecture u Pop Up Displays u Lets the user know when F 4 Software Architecture u Pop Up Displays u Lets the user know when the F 4 software is storing changes in Non Volatile Memory Save Setup Changes or restore Values? Restore Save 43

F 4 Main Page____ Go to Operations Go to Setup Go to Factory Main F 4 Main Page____ Go to Operations Go to Setup Go to Factory Main Page u. Display key control parameters u. Up to 16 customer programmable control parameters u. Set points, alarms, errors, % power u. Profile operational information u. Inner loop set point (cascade control) u. Gateway to controller configuration 44

F 4 Operations Page u Auto Main Page____ >Go to Operations Go to Setup F 4 Operations Page u Auto Main Page____ >Go to Operations Go to Setup Go to Factory tune PID control parameter values u Edit PID u. Alarm set points 45

F 4 Profiles Page Profile Page Main Page____ Go to Operations >Go to Profiles F 4 Profiles Page Profile Page Main Page____ Go to Operations >Go to Profiles Go to Setup u. Create profiles u. Edit profiles u. Delete profiles u. Rename profiles u. Embedded Mil-Std 810 46

F 4 Set Up Page Setup Page u. System Main Page____ Go to Operations F 4 Set Up Page Setup Page u. System Main Page____ Go to Operations >Go to Setup Go to Factory Settings u. GSD, Clock, PID Units, F or C, Auto Tune SP, Sensor Failure, Open Loop, Power Out Action u. Inputs; Analog and Digital u. Outputs; Control, Digital, Alarm, Comms, Retrans u. Custom main page; Selections 47

F 4 Factory Page u. Set Lockout u. Change Main Page____ Go to Operations F 4 Factory Page u. Set Lockout u. Change Main Page____ Go to Operations Go to Setup >Go to Factory password u. Diagnostics u. Date code, software revisions, diagnostic tests u. Calibration data 48

F 4 Profile Operation u Up to 40 flexible length profiles u. Optional naming F 4 Profile Operation u Up to 40 flexible length profiles u. Optional naming u 256 total steps (segments) u. Six step types u. Ramp Time/ Rate (single channel only) Soak, Auto Start, Jump, End 49

F 4 Profile Operation u Wait For feature u Programmable in ramp/soak type steps F 4 Profile Operation u Wait For feature u Programmable in ramp/soak type steps u Digital inputs configured as wait for events Named choices are displayed u Analog inputs (1 - 3) u Step time starts when Wait For is met 50

F 4 Profile Operation u Event output feature u Programmable in ramp/soak type steps F 4 Profile Operation u Event output feature u Programmable in ramp/soak type steps u Digital outputs configured as events Named choices are displayed u Manually adjustable u Static set point mode or while profile is on hold u As a selection for the main page 51

F 4 Profile Operation u Guaranteed Soak feature u Programmable in ramp/soak type steps F 4 Profile Operation u Guaranteed Soak feature u Programmable in ramp/soak type steps u Guaranteed soak band set in the system menu u Profile time pauses when process value goes outside of the soak band 52

F 4 Profile Operation u Power outage recovery feature u Programmable in the system F 4 Profile Operation u Power outage recovery feature u Programmable in the system menu u. Power outage time u. Power outage action u. Continue profile u. Hold profile u. Terminate profile u. Reset profile u. Go to idle set point (maintain event outputs) 53

F 4 Ramping Control Operation u Heat and cool PID u 5 PID sets F 4 Ramping Control Operation u Heat and cool PID u 5 PID sets per channel u. Profile u Cascade step selectable operation u. Channel 1 u Process or Deviation u Input 1 = Inner Loop u Input 3 = Outer Loop 54

F 4 Ramping Control Operation u. Channel 2 humidity control u. Vaisala & Rotronic F 4 Ramping Control Operation u. Channel 2 humidity control u. Vaisala & Rotronic non-temperature compensated u. Wet /Dry bulb control Any sensor type u. Rotating process displays u. Set up menu choice u. Alternately display any or all of the three u Analog input process values 55

F 4 Digital Input Operation u Four digital inputs u Programmable wait for events F 4 Digital Input Operation u Four digital inputs u Programmable wait for events Namable u Front panel lockout u Reset alarms u Turn outputs OFF u Start, pause or terminate a profile 56

F 4 Digital Output Operation u Eight Digital Outputs Programmable as event outputs, namable F 4 Digital Output Operation u Eight Digital Outputs Programmable as event outputs, namable u. Manual or profile selectable u Optional Function DO 5 = Complementary Output u Optional Function DO 6 = Boost Heat u Optional Function DO 7 = Boost Cool u Optional Function DO 8 = Compressor Control u 57

F 4 Digital Output Operation u Digital Output 5 Selection u Complementary output u. F 4 Digital Output Operation u Digital Output 5 Selection u Complementary output u. Operates in conjunction with Channel 1 u. Control outputs u. Selectable to complement time proportioned outputs only u. Output 1 A = ON/CLOSED u. DO 5 = OFF 58

F 4 Digital Output Operation u Digital Output 6 Selection = Boost Heat u F 4 Digital Output Operation u Digital Output 6 Selection = Boost Heat u On/Off control of auxiliary heat source u. Operates based on Channel 1 percent power demand u Boost heat % power level u. Power u 5% u Boost level at which boost delay time starts hysteresis delay u. Minimum time that the boost power level is exceeded before boost is enabled 59

F 4 Digital Output Operation 100 % 85% Digital Output #6 Boost Percent Heat F 4 Digital Output Operation 100 % 85% Digital Output #6 Boost Percent Heat Power = 85 % Heat % Power 0% Time in Seconds On Boost Delay Time = 30 Seconds Off Boost Heater 60

F 4 Digital Output Operation u Digital Output 7 Selection = Boost Cool u F 4 Digital Output Operation u Digital Output 7 Selection = Boost Cool u On/Off control of auxiliary cool source u. Operates based on Channel 1 % power demand u Boost cool % power level u. Power level at which boost delay time starts 5% hysteresis u Boost delay u. Minimum time that the boost power level is exceeded before boost is enabled 61

F 4 Digital Output Operation u Digital Output 8 Selection = Compressor u On/Off F 4 Digital Output Operation u Digital Output 8 Selection = Compressor u On/Off control of refrigerant compressor u. Operates based on Channel 1 percent power demand u. Compressor ON/Off percent power level 100% to -100 % u Compressor OFF delay in seconds u. Cool power demand no longer exceeded for this time delay u Compressor ON delay 62

F 4 Digital Output Operation 100% Digital Output #8 Compressor off % Power = F 4 Digital Output Operation 100% Digital Output #8 Compressor off % Power = 2 % Compressor on % Power = 0 % 2% 0% Time in Seconds - 100% %Power Compressor On Delay = 45 Seconds On Off Compresso r Compressor off Delay = 20 Seconds 63

F 4 Ramping Control Operation Main Page u. Additional displayable functions when running a F 4 Ramping Control Operation Main Page u. Additional displayable functions when running a profile u. Current file, current step, step type u. Channel target set points, step time remaining u. Wait for status, event output status, event input status u. Last jump step, jump count u 16 displayable parameters total 64

Creating a Part Number - F 4 S Single Channel Ramping Controller F 4 Creating a Part Number - F 4 S Single Channel Ramping Controller F 4 S X - X X X A - X X Power Supply RG Displays Custom Options Output 1 A Output 1 B Auxiliary Input Language Option English, German Spanish, French Auxiliary Retransmit 65

Creating a Part Number - F 4 D Dual Channel Ramping Controller F 4 Creating a Part Number - F 4 D Dual Channel Ramping Controller F 4 D X - X X X A - X X Power Supply Output 1 A Output 1 B Output 2 A Output 2 B RG Displays Custom Options Language Option English, German Spanish, French Auxiliary Retransmit 66

F 4 S and F 4 D Feature Summary F 4 S single channel F 4 S and F 4 D Feature Summary F 4 S single channel F 4 D dual channel Single channel PID controller u 1 universal analog input u 4 digital event inputs u EIA 232/485 comms u 8 digital event outputs u 2 alarm outputs u 40 files, 256 steps u Dual channel PID controller u 3 universal analog inputs u 4 digital event inputs u EIA 232/485 comms u 8 digital event outputs u 2 alarm outputs u 40 files, 256 steps u 67

Reasons to Buy u Usability u High definition display u Information key u Guided Reasons to Buy u Usability u High definition display u Information key u Guided set up and programming 68

Reasons to Buy u Reliability u ISO 9001 manufacturing u Three year warranty u Reasons to Buy u Reliability u ISO 9001 manufacturing u Three year warranty u Year 2000 compliant 69

Reasons to Buy u Performance u Control accuracy u Extensive feature set u Exhaustive Reasons to Buy u Performance u Control accuracy u Extensive feature set u Exhaustive life & qualification testing u Availability u 4 day lead-time 70

Reasons to Buy u Support u Local sales specialists u Applications engineering support u Reasons to Buy u Support u Local sales specialists u Applications engineering support u Rapid field returns department 71

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