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  • Changing setup parameters while running

    Yes, but if you change some parameters, others will be initialized. We do not recommend that you make changes while in operation.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0009015
    Category:
    Specification
  • Auto-tuning parameters (AT) do not appear

    If the operation mode is STOP or MAN, they are not displayed.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0009043
    Category:
    Specification
  • No alarm value settings

    Set them in the order, Alarm type → Alarm setting values. They will also not be displayed if you select an alarm for which no value is set.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0009071
    Category:
    Setting
  • Utilizing sensor power supplies

    These are used when 2-wire transmitters are used in the field. They provide cost savings since they do not need to be purchased separately. 24 V (21.6?28.0 VDC, 30 mA MAX) sensor power supplies can be specified with the following models: UT551, UT550, UT450, UT351, UT350, UT321, UT320, UM351, UM3...

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009008
    Category:
    Specification
  • IN not displayed upon first power ON

    Once input is set, IN is not displayed when you turn the power ON.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009013
    Category:
    Specification
  • Changing input types

    If you change the input type, parameters will be initialized. We do not recommend that you make changes while in operation.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009014
    Category:
    Specification
  • Unable to set contact input register DI/contact output register DO

    These cannot be set when in Custom Computation mode.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009016
    Category:
    Specification
  • No current input range

    Use a resistor to input current as voltage. A resistor is available: X010-250-2 (250 Ω).

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009018
    Category:
    Specification
  • Number of units that can be monitored with the Multimonitor function

    A total of 16 loops can be monitored. Cascade control entails using 2 loops per controller, therefore 8 units could be connected.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009019
    Category:
    Specification
  • Types that can be recorded with the Multimonitor function

    PV/SP/OUT/Alarms.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009020
    Category:
    Specification
  • Output format of recorded data

    CSV file format.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009021
    Category:
    Specification
  • Models on which the SP value can be changed with external analog signals

    This is supported on the UT400, UT500, and UT700 series with the auxiliary input option.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009022
    Category:
    Specification
  • Chemical dosing control

    The auxiliary analog input function supports this with a ratio bias function.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009023
    Category:
    Specification
  • SP value rewritten after switching from remote mode to local mode

    This happens when SP tracking is turned ON in the setup parameters. Turn this parameter (SPT) OFF.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009024
    Category:
    Specification
  • PID used for remote input

    With the UT300 series, only use 1PID. With UT400/500/700 models, the PID used just prior to switching to remote input is used. When using SP switching during remote input, only the PID switches.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009025
    Category:
    Specification
  • Reset terminal ON/OFF contact

    It is a one shot contact.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009026
    Category:
    Specification
  • Output upon reset

    It is the preset output.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009027
    Category:
    Specification
  • Isolation of current control output and transmission output

    No.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009028
    Category:
    Specification
  • Opening signal output from valve

    Yes, by setting RET=3(OUT). (Note that this is position proportional only.)

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009029
    Category:
    Specification
  • 15 VDC transmitter power supply function

    This function supplies power to 2-wire transmitters. It differs depending on the specifications of the transmitter, but the input accepts 100 Ω resistors. 100 Ω resistor (model: X010-100-2, sold seperately)

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009030
    Category:
    Specification
  • Stopping of output on STOP status

    When RET=1 or 2, the STOP has no effect.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009031
    Category:
    Specification
  • Maximum allowed load resistance

    600 Ω.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009032
    Category:
    Specification
  • MELSEC with verified connectivity

    Yes, MELSEC-A, MELSEC-Q, and MELSEC-FX.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009033
    Category:
    Model selection
  • Accessible items through a MELSEC connection

    Almost all items can be accessed, including PV reading, SP writing, and PID setting.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009034
    Category:
    Specification
  • Availability of communication programs

    Sample programs and dedicated communication materials are available for MELSEC-A/MELSEC-Q.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009036
    Category:
    Programming
  • Deletion of SP data written via communication

    DO215, used for communication, is not backed up.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009038
    Category:
    Specification
  • Function for determining PID

    Yes, the Auto tuning function.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009039
    Category:
    Specification
  • Number of available PID groups

    4 groups for the UT300 series, and 8 groups for the UT400/500/700 series.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009040
    Category:
    Specification
  • PID switching methods

    There is a zone, contact, and parameter switching method.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009041
    Category:
    Specification
  • PID items don't appear

    They don't appear with OT=3 ON/OFF control.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009044
    Category:
    Specification
  • Settings for getting control output proportional to the input

    Set the following: P=100, I=D=OFF, DR=DIR (direct action), MR=0, SP=0.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009045
    Category:
    Setting
  • 100,000 time write limit

    This is a limit on the number of times you can write to the element used (EEP-ROM).

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009046
    Category:
    Specification
  • DO contact output in operation mode

    This is possible with the UT500/UT700. With the registered contact output parameters, assign relay number in each mode.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009047
    Category:
    Specification
  • Writing of the PV value via communication

    The PV value register is read-only, so you can't write to it.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009048
    Category:
    Specification
  • Range of registers accessible in UT link's Auto mode

    It depends on the model. The following lists the readable registers by model. UT100 series: D0001?D0009 UT300 series: D0001?D0008 UT400/UT500/UT700 series: D0001?D0025 UP350: D0001?D0008 UP550/UP750: D0001?D0025

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009049
    Category:
    Specification
  • RUN/STOP via communication

    When switching with contacts, communication cannot be used.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009050
    Category:
    Specification
  • AUTO/MAN via communication

    The DO206 items are used when in cascade control mode. For other modes, use DO201.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009051
    Category:
    Specification
  • Restoring the original value when changing SP and pressing SET/ENT

    Check that the operating parameters UPR and DNR are both OFF.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009052
    Category:
    Specification
  • Unable to switch SP

    Check whether you are trying to switch it via communication, or whether it is the zone PID.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009053
    Category:
    Specification
  • Switching 1SP/2SP with one DI.

    If you set the registered contact input parameters to SP.0=5353 and SP.1=5545, you can select 1SP with ON and 2SP with OFF.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009054
    Category:
    Specification
  • Switching four SPs with two DIs

    Yes. Use 1SP, 2SP, 4SP, and 8SP.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009055
    Category:
    Specification
  • Proper use of meter alarms, PV events, time events, and local events

    Meter alarms are for outputting alarms regardless of the operation mode. PV and time events are used only during program operation. Local events are action events used only during local operation.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009056
    Category:
    Specification
  • Number of PV and time events that can be set

    8 PV events and 16 time events. The number of outputs depends on the number of contacts on the model.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009057
    Category:
    Specification
  • Tracking PV events to local events

    Turn ON PVT in the setup parameters.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009058
    Category:
    Specification
  • Events not OFF after switching segments

    The event continues even if both PV and time events extend across 2 segments. If you don't want the event to occur, turn the event OFF at the corresponding segment.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009059
    Category:
    Specification
  • Accessories required for custom computation

    The software program LL200 (sold separately) is required for the UT750/UP750, and LL1200 (sold separately) is required for the US1000.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009061
    Category:
    Model selection
  • Models supporting custom computation

    UT750, UP750, and US1000-x1.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009062
    Category:
    Model selection
  • Ordering custom computations

    No. Customers will need to create these themselves.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009063
    Category:
    Programming
  • Transmitting custom computation data

    Transmit them in the order: Custom computation data → parameter settings.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009064
    Category:
    Specification
  • Custom computation sample data

    Sample data is available for each control mode. We recommend that you modify these samples to create your own.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009065
    Category:
    Programming
  • Heating/cooling ON/OFF control

    Set both item P on the heating side and item Pc on the cooling side to 0.0.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009066
    Category:
    Setting
  • Difference between + and - of the dead zone

    If you set + dead zone in the settings, you can get an area where no outputs occur. If you set - dead zone, you can get an area where both outputs occur at the same time.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009067
    Category:
    Specification
  • No output on the cooling side

    Check whether you can output manually. If not, check wether OL (cooling output limiter)=100%.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009068
    Category:
    Specification
  • Heating/cooling type of 1 output

    Yes. The selection in the OT=0 to 3 setting in the setup parameters will be 1 output.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009069
    Category:
    Specification
  • Heating/cooling independent PID

    Yes, if it is a heating/cooling type.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009070
    Category:
    Specification
  • Alarm setting value and hysteresis setting

    The are set with a real number. For temperature, it is set in degrees Celsius.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009072
    Category:
    Specification
  • Alarm output terminal changes

    Yes, by changing assignments in the registered contact output parameters (UT500/UT700 only).

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009073
    Category:
    Specification
  • Resetting alarms

    No. When an alarm occurs, it automatically recovers if values enter the normal range.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009075
    Category:
    Specification
  • Setting 5 alarms or more

    Yes, if using alarms within the upper/lower limit difference.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009077
    Category:
    Specification
  • Front panel communications not working

    Check that the LL parameter is ON (LL=ON). If you can't perform front panel communications even if LL=ON, check whether you can communicate using the back panel terminal. If you can, it may be noise. Remove the communication lines.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009078
    Category:
    Specification
  • LL communication errors

    The adapter might not be attached properly, or the adapter batteries (2 x AA) may be spent. If using the UT320/321/350/351, check whether the LL parameter on the main unit is ON.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009079
    Category:
    Specification
  • What to do when b.out is displayed

    The sensor wire on the input side might be broken or disconnected.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009080
    Category:
    Specification
  • Contact output during malfunction

    There are 2 types of output available, FAIL and "failure diagnosis."

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009081
    Category:
    Specification
  • Display not working

    Check whether the wiring to the power supply terminal is correct. If only the LCD on the UT/UP700 does not display, a custom computation may be set for no display. If the PV display is also blank, this may indicate product failure. Please contact your Yokogawa dealer or representative.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009082
    Category:
    Specification
  • "t5500" is displayed

    This is the self-diagnostic screen. It does not indicate an abnormality.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009083
    Category:
    Specification
  • Control output on failures

    The output is 0% if there is a hardware failure such as an internal microprocessor.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009084
    Category:
    Specification
  • Control output not working

    Check whether MAN operation (manual) is selected for the output.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009085
    Category:
    Specification
  • Please provide information about PCB usage.

    PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyl) were banned from manufacturing and imports in 1975. The GREEN series began to be manufactured in 1997, and do not include PCBs.

    Publishd:
    Jan, 2018
    ID:
    w0009125
    Category:
    Terminology
  • With the LL100/LL200, are communications with the UT320/UT350/UP350 possible using a dedicated adapter?

    Yes, if it is an enhanced model. If the product has been enhanced, an "E" appears on the front panel model name, as in "UT320E."

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2015
    ID:
    w0009116
    Category:
    Specification
  • With the UT100 series, when using a thermocouple or RTD input, what happens to the control output if the input wiring disconnects?

    The output becomes OFF (0%). However, with UT150/UT152/UT155 models that can set output upon STOP (EOT), the EOT setting is output.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2015
    ID:
    w0009117
    Category:
    Specification
  • UT100 series model selection for cooling control

    If you have only one control output and you are only controlling cooling, select either -RN, -VN, or -AN. You can configure cooling control by changing parameter settings (set normal/reverse action switch DR to 1:Normal action)

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2015
    ID:
    w0009118
    Category:
    Model selection
  • Checking the OUT output on the UT100 series

    There is an OUT indicator lamp on the front panel that is linked to the OUT output. It is off when the output is OFF (0%), and lit when ON (100%). For values between those, it blinks in accordance with the output value. The larger the value, the faster the blinking.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2015
    ID:
    w0009119
    Category:
    Specification
  • With the UT100 series, can you set a limit on the control output value?

    The UT100 series has no output limit function. This is supported in the UT32A or higher models.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2015
    ID:
    w0009120
    Category:
    Specification
  • Does the UT100 series come with a terminal cover?

    No, but one is sold separately. UT130/UT150: L4000FB UT152: T9115YE UT155: T9115YD

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2015
    ID:
    w0009121
    Category:
    Specification
  • Can the lithium battery that is included with the UT750, UP750, UP550 be replaced?

    Not by the user. Please inquire for assistance.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2015
    ID:
    w0009122
    Category:
    Other
  • On the UP550 and UP750 program controller, can I do contact output during an operation parameter end?

    DOn (n is 1-7) Set DOn output flag registration (within the CONF/DO setup parameter) to a pattern end signal. Pattern end signal (1 sec): 5157 Pattern end signal (3 sec): 5158 Pattern end signal (5 sec): 5159 * Time in parens. () is ON time

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2015
    ID:
    w0009123
    Category:
    Setting
  • Substituting a UT100 series control relay for an alarm relay

    The concept of hysteresis differs between control (On/Off control) and alarm relays. Hysteresis for control relays is described below.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2015
    ID:
    w0009124
    Category:
    Specification
  • Activating SSR with the UT100 series

    In the specification code, select voltage pulse output (-V). ON voltage: 12-18 VDC OFF voltage: 0.1 VDC or less (load resistance 600 Ω or more, short-circuit current approx. 30 mA)

    Publishd:
    May, 2015
    ID:
    w0009115
    Category:
    Specification
  • Support for the RoHS directive

    Please see the document below. You can confirm the compliance status of recorders and controllers with the RoHS directive. RoHS directive compliance status

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0000046
    Category:
    Other
  • Substitutes for discontinued models

    Please see the following page for recommended replacements for discontinued models. Information on discontinued products and recommended substitute models

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0003053
    Category:
    Specification
  • Parameters that cannot be set

    In the controller specifications, communication and LOCK parameters cannot be set with the LL100/LL200.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0009098
    Category:
    Software
  • R485 parameters cannot be set

    We apologize for this. These parameters cannot be set using the tool (both terminal and front panel communications) due to the specifications of the controller main unit.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0009103
    Category:
    Software
  • Errors with user parameter settings

    This is because the unit of the controller's user parameter differs from the unit specified in the parameter setting tool. You will have to either use the unit from the controller on the parameter setting tool, or use the custom computation building tool to change the user parameter unit. Note: You...

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0009104
    Category:
    Software
  • Unable to select the UT551 from the parameter setting tool

    You can do this with version 4.04 or later. Check whether you have the right version.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0009107
    Category:
    Software
  • Guideline for adjusting the timeout time and acquisition interval set on GateCONTROL

    With the Ethernet gateway function for VJET and UT351/UT551, the serial communication timeout with devices connected downstream is about 4-5 seconds, therefore you should set the timeout time on GateCONTROL at about 5 seconds or perhaps more.

    Publishd:
    Jul, 2014
    ID:
    w0013014
    Category:
    Specification
  • Auto control

    If control is unstable after turning ON the power, this controller function automatically determines the optimal PID constant and restores control to a favorable state. Like auto tuning, this is a safe method that does not disturb the item being controlled. When power ON When set point changes an...

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009001
    Category:
    Terminology
  • What is the "Super" function?

    This is an overshoot suppression function that uses fuzzy logic. It constantly monitors deviation, and if it detects the possibility of an overshoot, it automatically changes the set point to a somewhat lower temp value (sub set point SSP). When you want to suppress overshoots When you want to in...

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009002
    Category:
    Terminology
  • What is the "Super2" function?

    Even when you expand the applicable range of the PID constant, the process states fluctuate, or response is unstable and hunting occurs (control responses fluctuate), this function is effective for stabilizing control and suppressing hunting. Normally you can suppress hunting occurs by lowering t...

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009003
    Category:
    Terminology
  • PC link communication

    This is a protocol for communication with general purpose PCs and graphic panels, and also the FA-M3: You can communicate with Yokogawa PLC range free controller UT link modules and serial communication modules. Also, you can easily connect with PLCs that support CC-Link/Devicenet communication by ...

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009004
    Category:
    Terminology
  • Ladder communication

    Ladder communication is a protocol for communication with PLCs. Aside from Yokogawa PLCs, you can communicate with Mitsubishi MELSEC-Q/A series calculator link units (using A1SJ71UC24-R4 or A1SJ71C24-R4).

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009005
    Category:
    Terminology
  • Modbus communication

    This is a protocol for communication with general purpose PCs and graphic panels. The UT130/UT150 can communicate with standard PCs.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009006
    Category:
    Terminology
  • Assisted operation

    With a UP program controller or UT digital indicating controller as the parent station and multiple UT digital indicating controllers as the child stations, the children perform the same actions that are carried out on the parent.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009007
    Category:
    Terminology
  • Ethernet support

    Yes. This requires an RS-485/Ethernet converter such as VJET. The controller must also have a communication option.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009009
    Category:
    Wiring/Connection/Communciation
  • Communication with an FA-M3 Ethernet module

    No, because the Ethernet module does not have a Master function.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009010
    Category:
    Wiring/Connection/Communciation
  • Protocol for communication to a device equipped with RS-485 communication

    Select Modbus RTU (PLS=8).

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009011
    Category:
    Wiring/Connection/Communciation
  • PC port for the dedicated LL100/200 cable

    It requires a USB port.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009012
    Category:
    Wiring/Connection/Communciation
  • Direct/reverse action

    Generally, reverse action means heating control and direct action means cooling control. When output is reverse action, output is ON during PVSP.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009017
    Category:
    Terminology
  • CC-Link communication

    Yes, by using the Yokogawa NC210 converter.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009035
    Category:
    Wiring/Connection/Communciation
  • Protocol used

    The protocol used is ladder communication.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009037
    Category:
    Wiring/Connection/Communciation
  • Custom computation

    When using basic math, you can apply any correction to the input. When using logic, you can incorporate sequencing between the input and output contacts. Analog sequencing is also supported.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009060
    Category:
    Terminology
  • Delay timer

    This is a function in which output occurs a specified time after an alarm set point is exceeded. If you clear the alarm point during operation of the timer, the timer is reset.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009074
    Category:
    Terminology
  • Energize/de-energize alarms

    For energize alarms, ON contact results when an alarm occurs. For de-energize alarms, OFF contact results when an alarm occurs. Note that OFF contact also results when the power fails.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009076
    Category:
    Terminology
  • LL100 and LL200

    They are software programs for the Green series. In addition to setting parameters, the LL100 comes with functions including program pattern creation, tuning, and multi monitoring. The LL200 has the functions of the LL100 plus a UT750/UP750 custom computation creation function.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009086
    Category:
    Software
  • OS supported by the LL100/LL200

    The following OS are supported. Windows XP (Home Edition/Professional) (x32) Windows Vista Business (SP1) (x32) Windows 7 Professional (x32/x64)

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009087
    Category:
    Software
  • Models supported by the LL100/LL200

    The UT300/400/500/700 series, and the UP350/351/550/750. However, the LL200 custom computation function is only compatible with the UT750/UP750.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009088
    Category:
    Software
  • Available software media

    CD-ROM.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009089
    Category:
    Software
  • LL100/LL200 package contents

    The software itself, USB drivers, adapter, cable, and user's manual.

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009090
    Category:
    Software
  • Purchasing cables separately

    The dedicated cable comes with the product, so it is not necessary to purchase one separately.

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009091
    Category:
    Software
  • Length of included cable

    2.7 meters.

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009092
    Category:
    Software
  • Cable extension

    Yes. Use a standard USB extension cable. Note that per the USB standard you should not use an extension cable longer than 4 meters.

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009093
    Category:
    Software
  • Purchasing adapters and cables individually

    No.

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009094
    Category:
    Software
  • Saving measured data to CSV

    Yes. Use the Multimonitor function.

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009095
    Category:
    Software
  • Data logging

    Yes, by using the Multilogging function. However, all data are not saved. Only data that was saved to CSV. Unsaved data is discarded.

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009096
    Category:
    Software
  • Deletion of unneeded segments in the program pattern creation screen

    In the upper part of the screen, from the Edit item, select Segment delete.

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009097
    Category:
    Software
  • LL100/LL200 installation failure

    Please check the following. Have you met the minimum system requirements? Are you using full-width characters for the login user name?

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009099
    Category:
    Software
  • Using non-USB connections with the LL100/LL200

    Yes, the latest version of the LL100/LL200 can connect to instruments with serial ports, as in previous versions.

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009100
    Category:
    Software
  • Communication response time out

    Check whether the LL parameter on the controller is ON. If using RS-485 communication, turn it OFF. If it is already OFF, check the following. If front panel communication, ON If rear panel communication, OFF If it is already OFF, check the following. Front panel communication (serial) Is the...

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009101
    Category:
    Software
  • Use of old versions of user files

    Yes. Click the Open menu command. In the user file open dialog box, under File type, select the extension of the old tool file, or All files. Select the files you want to open. The file name extensions of the old tool are 4td, 5td, 5pd, 7td, and 7pd.

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009102
    Category:
    Software
  • DO command button in the setup menu screen unavailable

    The DO settings are made unavailable to protect the DO connection set in the custom computation tool (in the same manner, the controller main unit also skips the display) If you want to change the U*M=21 DO, use the custom computation creation tool.

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009105
    Category:
    Software
  • Only able to set the message text in the DI setting screen of the setup menu screen

    The DI settings are made unavailable to protect the DI connection set in the custom computation tool. (in the same manner, the controller main unit also skips the display) If you want to change the U*M=21 DO, use the custom computation creation tool.

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009106
    Category:
    Software
  • What is the Batch copy function?

    The Batch function is for copying all program patterns of a single controller. <Collective reading> All patterns in a program pattern controller are saved, 1 pattern per file, to a specified folder (on a PC hard disk). Ex.) If you perform collective reading from a UP750 that has patterns...

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009108
    Category:
    Software
  • Difference between the "Open" menu command and "Open program pattern data"

    For example, if you select UP550 format and "open" a UP750 file, the format will be UP750. But if you "Open program pattern data," you will open the UP750 file in UP550 format. By using the "Open program pattern data" function, you can share UP550 and UP750 user fil...

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009109
    Category:
    Software
  • Unable to set program patterns

    By design, UP350/351 program patterns are set by using the parameter setting tool.

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009110
    Category:
    Software
  • Number of units that can be connected for monitoring at the same time

    For single-loop models such as the UT351, up to 16. For 2-loop control on the UT750, up to 8.

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009111
    Category:
    Software
  • Number of data that can be saved to a CSV file

    Up to 65000 times' worth of data can be saved, regardless of the trend interval. Note that if 65000 is exceeded, the oldest data is replaced by new data.

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009112
    Category:
    Software
  • Trend interval setting range

    1 to 3600 seconds. However, if there are many units connected and the setting is short, processing may not occur within the trend interval. If this happens the on-screen communication status lamp will turn red, and you should slow the interval setting.

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    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009113
    Category:
    Software
  • LL password for the custom computation creation tool

    This is for securing readout of custom computation information. If you set an LL password when downloading, it will be required for uploading, computation monitoring, and executing comparisons with the controller. Even if a password is set, it is not required for downloading. This feature is useful ...

    Publishd:
    Sep, 2013
    ID:
    w0009114
    Category:
    Software