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  1. Series F4S and F4D 1/4 DIN Ramping Controllers

  2. Watlow’s Next Generation Styling Series V4T 1/4 DIN Temperature Controller Series 97 Matching 1/16 DIN Limit Controller Series F4S and F4D Ramping Controller

  3. F4 Ramping Controllers • F4S Single Channel Ramping • Single channel temperature or process control with profile capability • F4D Dual Channel Ramping • Allows temperature and humidity control in one package

  4. 250 150 Temperature 80 75 Time What Is a Ramping Controller? Output follows a set of user instructions (profile), to automatically adjust or hold set point for different time periods.

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

  6. F4 Ramping Controller Focus Markets

  7. Environmental Chambers • Applications • Product thermal cycling • Laboratory chambers • Product analysis • Product storage

  8. Furnaceand Oven • Applications • Heat Treating • Kilns • Autoclaves • Foundry & Metal Processing

  9. Electronic Components and Assembly • Semiconductor processing equipment • Electronic assembly equipment

  10. Other FocusIndustries • Applications • Analytical Instruments • Glass Manufacturing and Annealing • Incubators

  11. 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 • Icons for international applications • Read-at-a-glance process display • Full message prompting of operation and setup

  13. F4 Operator Interface • Primary process display • Large 5-digit, 7-segment displays • 0.562” (14.3mm) display digit height • F or C, Degree, and decimal point indication • Operations display • 4 line X 20 characters per line • High definition back lit LCD • Wide viewing angle

  14. F4 Operator Interface • 6 operator interface keys • Rubber key switch with tactile feel • 4 navigational keys • Parameter and value selection with arrow keys • “i” information key • Toggle for Help • Profile key - initiate or hold profile operation

  15. F4 Operator Interface • Discrete LED indicators • Control output indication • Alarm active indication • Communications activity • Profile indication

  16. Multilingual Prompts • Available in multiple languages: • English • German • French • Spanish

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

  18. F4 Industrial Design Features • High strength injection molded case • 3.85 “ (97.8 mm) behind panel depth • Ergonomic design styling • Compatible with Series 96 & 97 limit • NEMA 4X front panel seal • Convenient 4 screw installation brackets

  19. F4 Industrial Design Features • Touch safe wiring termination • Removable for wiring convenience • Accepts 12 to 22 gauge wires • Positive latching feature for connection integrity

  20. Loaded With Standard Hardware Features • 3 universal analog inputs (2 & 3 optional on F4S) • TC, RTD, process (no DIP switches) • 4 digital inputs (standard) • Eight digital outputs (standard) • Programmable events • Chamber heat & cool control functions

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

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

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

  24. Performance Specifications • Operating range • 0 to +55 C • Calibration accuracy • 0.1% of span, +/- LSD (whole digit) • Sensor update rate • 20 Hz, 50 milliseconds, channel 1

  25. F4 Hardware Architecture Input to Output Isolation Minimum 500 Vac/Vdc between blocks

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

  27. Accurate Timing of Profiles • Real time clock • +/- 92 seconds/month • Lithium battery • 7 year shelf life

  28. Software Architecture Main Page Operations Page Profile Page Setup Page Factory Page

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

  30. Software Architecture • Context sensitive help Toggle the “Information” key

  31. Programming An Autostart Step Set F4 Controller to Start Profile at 4:30 AM on Monday

  32. Programming An Autostart Step

  33. Programming An Autostart Step

  34. Programming An Autostart Step

  35. Programming An Autostart Step

  36. Programming An Autostart Step

  37. Programming An Autostart Step

  38. Programming An Autostart Step Use “i” Key for More Information

  39. Programming An Autostart Step

  40. Programming An Autostart Step Save Change, Autostart Setup Complete

  41. F4 Software Architecture • Function Naming • Optional, up to 10 Characters • Better operator recognition Enter Alarm Name: Alarm 1 Adjusts Character Selects Character

  42. F4 Software Architecture • Pop Up Displays • Lets the user know when the F4 software is storing changes in Non Volatile Memory Save Setup Changes or restore Values? Restore Save

  43. F4 Main Page Main Page____ Go to Operations Go to Setup Go to Factory Main Page • Display key control parameters • Up to 16 customer programmable control parameters • Set points, alarms, errors, % power • Profile operational information • Inner loop set point (cascade control) • Gateway to controller configuration

  44. F4 Operations Page Main Page____ >Go to Operations Go to Setup Go to Factory Operations Page • Auto tune PID control parameter values • Edit PID • Alarm set points

  45. F4 Profiles Page Main Page____ Go to Operations >Go to Profiles Go to Setup Profile Page • Create profiles • Edit profiles • Delete profiles • Rename profiles • Embedded Mil-Std 810

  46. F4 Set Up Page Setup Page Main Page____ Go to Operations >Go to Setup Go to Factory • System Settings • GSD, Clock, PID Units, F or C, Auto Tune SP, Sensor Failure, Open Loop, Power Out Action • Inputs; Analog and Digital • Outputs; Control, Digital, Alarm, Comms, Retrans • Custom main page; Selections

  47. F4 Factory Page Main Page____ Go to Operations Go to Setup >Go to Factory Factory Page • Set Lockout • Change password • Diagnostics • Date code, software revisions, diagnostic tests • Calibration data

  48. F4 Profile Operation • Up to 40 flexible length profiles • Optional naming • 256 total steps (segments) • Six step types • Ramp Time/ Rate (single channel only) Soak, Auto Start, Jump, End

  49. F4 Profile Operation • Wait For feature • Programmable in ramp/soak type steps • Digital inputs configured as wait for events Named choices are displayed • Analog inputs (1 - 3) • Step time starts when Wait For is met