Honeywell DCP552 Mark II manual

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    EN1I-6187 Issue 5 (12/01) DCP552 Mark ΙΙ Digital Control Programmer User ’ s Manual[...]

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    W ARRANTY The Honeywell device described her ein has been manufactur ed and tested for corr ent oper[...]

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    Unpacking i Check the following when removing the DCP552 from its package. 1. Check the model No. to[...]

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    ii Configuration of This User ’ s Manual This manual is organized as follows. Chapter 1. PRODUCT O[...]

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    Contents iii Unpacking Configuration of This User ’ s Manual Conventions Used in This Manual Chapt[...]

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    iv 4-6 PV Input (Analog Input) Connection •••••••••••••••••••?[...]

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    v Chapter 6. OPERA TION 6-1 Power Supply On ••••••••••••••••••?[...]

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    vi ■ Setting G.SOAK (Guarantee soak) items ••••••••••••••••••?[...]

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    vii ■ Self-diagnostic routines performed each sampling cycle ••••••••• 10-1 ■ [...]

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    viii The following conventions are used in this manual. Handling Precautions : Handling Precautions [...]

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    Chapter 1. PRODUCT OUTLINE 1 - 1 Features The DCP552 is a general purpose dual-loop control programm[...]

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    1 - 2 Basic Function Block Diagram 1-2 Chapter 1. PRODUCT OUTLINE Input 1 •Thermocouple • Resist[...]

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    1 - 3 Data Configuration Overview Data is comprised of parameters and the program. Parameters are us[...]

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    1 - 4 System Configuration 1-4 ■ CPL communications network-based configuration Models equipped wi[...]

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    1 - 5 Model Number 1-5 Chapter 1. PRODUCT OUTLINE Basic mode l number PV input count Carbon potentia[...]

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    Chapter 2. NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF P ARTS 2 - 1 Structure The DCP552 consists of a main unit, console[...]

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    2 - 2 Console 2-2 The console consists of the operation keys, displays and LEDs (light emitting diod[...]

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    2-3 ● Display panel 1 Indicates PV and other data in basic display status. Indicates item codes in[...]

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    2-4 ■ Key pad Chapter 2. NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS : Program key (PROG key) : Run/hold key (RUN[...]

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    2-5 Chapter 2. NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS[...]

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    2-6 ■ Key chord functions PROG + RUN/HOLD : Reset key Press the RUN/HOLD key while holding down th[...]

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    2-7 FUNC + DISP : Display channel select key Press the DISP key while holding down the FUNC key in b[...]

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    2 - 3 Input T ype and Range Number 2-8 ■ Input ● Thermocouple ● Resistance temperature detecto[...]

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    2-9 ● DC current, DC voltage *• The O 2 sensor is manufactured by one of the following companies[...]

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    Chapter 3. INST ALLA TION AND MOUNTING 3- 1 Before Installation ■ Mounting position Do not install[...]

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    3-2 ■ Sources of electrical interference and countermeasures •The following list notes common so[...]

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    3 - 2 Installation This section describes installation procedures. ■ Panel cutout dimension Use 2m[...]

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    3-4 ■ Installation procedures •Use the provided mounting bracket to firmly secure the upper and [...]

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    Chapter 4. WIRING 4 - 1 Precautions on W iring 4-1 CAUTION Connect the controller as specified using[...]

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    4-2 Handling Precautions •Before connecting the lines, verify the model number and terminal number[...]

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    4 - 2 Recommended Cables To perform thermocouple input, connect a thermocouple element to the termin[...]

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    4 - 3 Making T erminal Connections 4-4 To connect a line to the terminals, use crimp-style solderles[...]

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    4 - 4 T erminal Array Wires are connected to the terminal base according to the layout shown below. [...]

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    4 - 5 Power Supply and Grounding 4-6 ■ Power supply To supply power to the DCP552 , use an instrum[...]

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    4 - 6 PV Input (Analog Input) Connection ■ PV input CH1 connection PV input CH1 is a multi-input t[...]

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    4-8 Handling Precautions •Be careful to connect the input polarities correctly. •Use shielded ca[...]

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    4 - 7 Control Output Connection ● Current output (5G, 5S) ● Voltage output (6D) Handling Precaut[...]

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    4 - 8 Auxiliary Output Connection 4-10 ■ Auxiliary output CH1 connection ■ Auxiliary output CH2 [...]

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    4 - 9 Event Output (Open Collector Output) Connection Handling Precautions • Do not short-circuit [...]

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    4 - 10 External Switch Input Connection 4-12 ● Internal circuit diagram of the DCP552 connecting e[...]

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    4 - 1 1 Communication Connection ■ RS-485 connection Handling Precautions • The slave station ca[...]

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    4-14 ● 5-wire system RS-485 connection diagram Attach 1/2W or greater terminating resistances of 1[...]

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    4-15 ● 3-wire system RS-485 connection diagram Attach 1/2W or greater terminating resistances of 1[...]

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    4-16 ■ RS-232C connection Handling Precautions • Connect the slave station to the master station[...]

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    4-17 ■ Connection to ST221 Handling Precautions • Attach 1/2W or greater terminating resistances[...]

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    4 - 12 Isolation Between Input and Output 4-18 Isolation between inputs and outputs are shown below.[...]

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    Chapter 5. FUNCTIONS 5 - 1 Data ■ Data types The data types are listed below. For further informat[...]

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    5 - 2 Program Pattern 5-2 ■ Pattern Separate programs are set in CH1 and CH2 for each program numb[...]

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    5-3 ● RAMP-T system ( θ setting) In the RAMP-T system, a segment is set using SP and ramp θ (the[...]

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    5-4 NOTE •Select the program pattern setting system using setup data setting C61 . 0: combined use[...]

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    5-5 ■ Events First, setup data setting C64 is used to assign CH1 and CH2 events, then the event co[...]

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    5-6 •An On Time ≥ Off Time setting cannot be made. (See segment 3C in the figure.) •An On Time[...]

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    5-7 •When there is a G.SOAK wait at the start of a segment and the ON Time is set to 0, the output[...]

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    5-8 •When there is a G.SOAK at the end of the previous segment, the On Time in the next segment is[...]

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    5-9 •E vent on delay The number of the event to be delayed and the delay time can be set regardles[...]

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    5-10 Chapter 5. FUNCTIONS SP upper limit H EV SP SP lower limit H EV SP MV upper limit H EV MV MV lo[...]

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    5-11 ● PV deviation rate event PV deviation is measured in each sampling cycle set using the event[...]

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    5-12 ● Code event Several events are used as one group and the number of output points are output [...]

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    5-13 •Timed code event This function is a combination of a code event and a time event. The set co[...]

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    5-14 •Program/segment number event A program or a binary coded segment number is set in an event t[...]

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    5-15 ● Mode event This event goes on or off depending on controller mode, alarm generation and oth[...]

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    5-16 ■ PID group selection •Separate PID group selections can be set in CH1 and CH2 programs. ?[...]

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    5-17 Chapter 5. FUNCTIONS ■ G.SOAK (Guarantee soak) Separate G.SOAK settings can be made in CH1 an[...]

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    5-18 • G.SOAK at end of segment PV and SP are compared at the end of the segment. The operation in[...]

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    5-19 ■ Repeat Separate repeat settings can be made in CH1 and CH2 programs. Repeat on/off and retu[...]

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    5-20 ■ PV start Separate PV start settings can be made in CH1 and CH2 programs. When a PV start is[...]

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    5-21 ■ Cycle Separate cycles can be set in CH1 and CH2 programs. The cycle function allows you to [...]

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    5-22 ■ Pattern link Separate pattern links can be made in CH1 and CH2 programs. The pattern link f[...]

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    5-23 ■ Ta g Programs that have the same number in CH1 and CH2 also share the same tag. Tags are 8-[...]

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    5 - 3 Mode 5-24 ■ Mode types Modes are listed below. ● Program operation The program is run acco[...]

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    5-25 ● RUN The RUN mode indicates that the program is run sequentially. MV output and events opera[...]

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    5-26 ■ Mode transitions ● Program operation Mode transitions are indicated by the solid line arr[...]

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    5-27 ■ Mode transition operations Mode transitions are performed using the following operations. A[...]

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    5-28 ■ Mode transition restrictions Modes can be changed using console keys, external switch input[...]

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    5 - 4 Input Process Functions This section uses diagrams to describe input processes. ■ Model with[...]

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    5-30 ■ Model with carbon potential (CP) compensation Chapter 5. FUNCTIONS Analog input 1 Cold junc[...]

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    5-31 ■ O 2 sensor check (model with CP compensation) ● Objective As the O 2 sensor starts to det[...]

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    5 - 5 Output Processing Functions 5-32 ■ Control output CH1 Control output CH1 is processed as sho[...]

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    5-33 ● Voltage, Open collector output (with setup data C21 set between 2 to 5) Chapter 5. FUNCTION[...]

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    5-34 ■ Control output CH2 Control output CH2 is processed as shown below. ● 5G output (with setu[...]

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    5-35 ● Voltage, Open collector output (with setup data C22 set between 2 to 5) Chapter 5. FUNCTION[...]

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    5-36 ■ Auxiliary output ● Auxiliary output 1 Auxiliary output 1 is processed as shown below by a[...]

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    Chapter 6. OPERA TION 6 - 1 Power Supply On When 100 to 240V AC is applied across terminals (39) and[...]

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    6 - 2 Basic Display Selection 6-2 The console basic display status is comprised of the program numbe[...]

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    6-3 ■ Program run mode displays ● DISP key function (When variable parametar PA03 is set to 0) T[...]

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    6-4 ● Display A4 Select Hours and Minutes, Minutes and Seconds or 0.1 Seconds in the time unit set[...]

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    6-5 ● DISP key function (when variable parameter PA03 is set to 1) Cycles through display B1 → d[...]

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    6-6 ● Display B4 When the remaining number of cycles is 0, cycle operation stops. ● Display B5 ?[...]

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    6-7 ● Message key function (when variable parameter PA03 is set to 0) Cycles through the message p[...]

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    6-8 ● Message key function (when variable parameter PA03 is set to 1) Cycles through the message p[...]

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    6-9 Chapter 6. OPERATION ■ Constant value control mode ● DISP key function (when variable parame[...]

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    6-10 ● DISP key function (when variable parameter PA03 is set to 1) The DISP key is used to cycle [...]

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    6-11 Chapter 6. OPERATION 6 - 3 Selecting Programs A total of 49 programs can be selected with the o[...]

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    6-12 Chapter 6. OPERATION 6 - 4 External Switch Operation ■ External switch input A total of 16 ex[...]

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    6-13 Chapter 6. OPERATION • The on and off states of SW15 and SW16 determine whether external SW1 [...]

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    6-14 Chapter 6. OPERATION ● Binary system Handling Precautions • When a program number of 0 is s[...]

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    6-15 Chapter 6. OPERATION ■ Read timing ● SW1 to 8 and 15 to 16 timing SW1 to 8 and 15 to 16 are[...]

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    6-16 Chapter 6. OPERATION 6 - 5 Manual Operation and Auto-T uning ■ Manual operation When outputs [...]

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    6-17 Chapter 6. OPERATION • The point at which output reverses (lower limit ⇔ upper limit) durin[...]

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    Chapter 7. P ARAMETER SETUP 7 - 1 Parameter Setup Parameter settings can be changed when the DCP552 [...]

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    7-2 ■ Modifying individual items and exiting the setting mode Pressing the ENTER key while an indi[...]

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    7-3 • Example of individual item matrix (setup data) C01 C91 C11 C81 C91 C02 C92 C12 C82 C92 C03 C[...]

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    7 - 2 Parameter Setting List 7-4 NOTE “PVU (PV1)”, “PVU (PV2), “SPU (CH1)” and “SPU (CH2[...]

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    7-5 ■ V ariable parameter setting PA01 PA01 PA02 PA 01 PA 02 PA 03 PA 04 PA 05 PA 06 PA 07 PA 08 P[...]

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    7-6 PA 24 PA 25 PA 26 PA 27 PA 28 PA 29 PA 30 PA 31 PA 32 PA31 PA 33 PA 34 PA33 PA 35 PA 36 PA35 PA [...]

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    7-7 PA 47 PA 48 PA 49 PA 50 PA 51 C30 PA 52 PA 53 PA 54 PA 55 PA 56 PA 57 PA 58 PA 59 PA 60 PA 61 PA[...]

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    7-8 PA 93 PA 94 C22 PA 95 C22 PA 96 PA 97 PA 98 PA 99 PA 100 PA 101 PA97 PA 102 PA 103 PA 104 PA 105[...]

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    7-9 ■ Detailed information on variable parameters ● PA01 (keylock) 0: keylock disabled 1: displa[...]

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    7-10 • When program settings are protected, it is not possible to copy programs or load programs f[...]

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    7-11 ● PA17 (PID computation initialize manipulated variable) ● PA27 (PID computation initialize[...]

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    7-12 ■ Event configuration data settings ■ E01-t E02-t E01-2 E01-1 E02-1 E02-2 E03-t E03-1 E03-2[...]

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    7-13 ■ Settings by event type For information on event operations, see “ ■ Events ” (pages 5[...]

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    7-14 *1 : Code event auxiliary setting 1 (number of output points) can be changed only in the READY [...]

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    7-15 Chapter 7. PARAMETER SETUP[...]

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    7-16 *1: The meaning of auxiliary setting 1 for special segment is shown below. –2: Two segments b[...]

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    7-17 Chapter 7. PARAMETER SETUP[...]

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    7-18 ■ PID parameter (CH1) setting P l d rE oL oH CP tP P l d rE rE P l d d rE oL oH oL oH CP tP P[...]

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    7-19 rE-6 P-7 oH-6 oL-6 I-7 d-7 rE-7 oL-7 oH-7 P-8 I-8 d-8 rE-8 oL-8 oH-8 P-9 I-9 d-9 rE-9 oL-9 oH-9[...]

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    7-20 d-A5 tP-A5 CP-A5 rE-A5 P-A6 I-A6 d-A6 rE-A6 CP-A6 tP-A6 P-A7 I-A7 d-A7 rE-A7 CP-A7 tP-A7 Chapte[...]

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    7-21 ■ PID parameter (CH2) setting P l d rE oL oH CP tP P l d rE rE P l d d rE oL oH oL oH CP tP P[...]

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    7-22 rE-6 P-7 oH-6 oL-6 I-7 d-7 rE-7 oL-7 oH-7 P-8 I-8 d-8 rE-8 oL-8 oH-8 P-9 I-9 d-9 rE-9 oL-9 oH-9[...]

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    7-23 d-A5 tP-A5 CP-A5 rE-A5 P-A6 I-A6 d-A6 rE-A6 CP-A6 tP-A6 P-A7 I-A7 d-A7 rE-A7 CP-A7 tP-A7 Chapte[...]

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    7-24 ■ Setup data setting C 01 C01 C0 2 C01 C01 C02 C01 C02 C01 C02 C01 C02 C01 C02 C01 C02 C01 C0[...]

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    7-25 C 11 C01 C 12 C11 C11 C12 C11 C12 C11 C12 C11 C12 C11 C12 C11 C12 C11 C 13 C11 C11 C 14 C 15 C [...]

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    7-26 C 21 C2 2 C2 4 C2 3 C2 5 C2 6 C2 7 C2 8 C2 9 C3 0 C3 2 C3 1 C3 3 C C C C C Chapter 7. PARAMETER[...]

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    7-27 C 39 C 40 C 41 C 42 C 44 C 43 C 51 C 52 C4 8 C5 3 C5 4 C5 5 C5 6 C4 5 C45 C45 C4 6 C4 7 C48 C48[...]

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    7-28 C5 7 C5 8 C5 9 C6 0 C6 1 C6 2 C6 3 C6 4 C6 5 C6 6 C01 C06 C66 C67 C6 7 C6 9 C11 C16 C69 C70 C69[...]

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    7-29 C97 C76 C7 6 C97 C7 7 C97 C7 8 C97 C7 9 C97 C8 0 C8 1 C8 2 C8 3 C8 5 C8 6 C8 7 C8 8 C8 9 C9 0 C[...]

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    7-30 -20.00 to +20.00 [Description:] “----” is displayed when PV1 is not an RTD input and C98 is[...]

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    7-31 ■ Detailed descriptions of setup data settings ● C07 (PV1 cold junction compensation) ● C[...]

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    7-32 ● C63 (time display) 0: remaining segment time 1: total operation time • These are selectio[...]

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    7-33 ● C93 (time proportional output system) ● C94 (time proportional output system) 0: Goes on [...]

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    (3) Equivalent circuit showing connection of n SSRs Equations (3) and (4) below must be satisfied. V[...]

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    7-35 ● C99 (PV1 zener barrier adjustment) ● C100 (PV2 zener barrier adjustment) The adjustment d[...]

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    7-36 ■ Constant value control data (CH1) setting ■ Constant value control data (CH2) setting Con[...]

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    Chapter 8. PROGRAM SETUP 8 - 1 Program Setup Programming is enabled in the normal display mode. When[...]

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    8-2 ■ Starting programming ● Key operations Start programming by pressing the FUNC and PROG keys[...]

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    ● Description of numbered items in the figure illustrating the program setting state (1) Programmi[...]

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    8-4 ■ Programming map As shown below, a programming map consists of columns of segment numbers and[...]

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    8-5 ■ Display items Items displayed are shown in the figure below. ■ Setting pattern items (1) I[...]

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    8-6 ● Display Segments that have not been set and unset values for SP and time are indicated by ?[...]

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    8-7 ■ Setting event items Handling Precautions Events assigned to the selected channel can be disp[...]

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    8-8 ● When the event is a time event (1) In the set value display state, move to the event item to[...]

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    8-9 ● When the event is a code event (1) In the set value display state, move to the event item to[...]

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    8-10 ● When the event is a timer code event (1) In the set value display state, move to the event [...]

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    8-11 Handling Precautions In a timer code event, an On Time or Off Time setting that is the same as [...]

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    8-12 ■ Setting PID groups and output limiter group number items (1) In the set value display state[...]

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    8-13 ■ Setting G.SOAK (Guarantee soak) items (1) In the set value display state, move to the G.SOA[...]

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    8-14 ■ Setting PV shift items (1) In the set value display state, move to the PV shift item to be [...]

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    8-15 ■ Setting repeat items (1) In the set value display state, move to the repeat item to be set [...]

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    8-16 ■ Setting PV start items (1) In the set value display state, move to the PV start item to be [...]

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    8-17 ■ Setting cycle items (1) In the set value display state, move to the cycle item to be set fo[...]

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    8-18 ■ Setting pattern link items (1) In the set value display state, move to the pattern link ite[...]

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    8-19 ■ Setting tag items (1) In the set value display state, move to the tag item to be set for th[...]

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    8-20 ■ Deleting programs (1) In the set value display state, move to the start of the segment patt[...]

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    8-21 ■ Inserting and deleting segments (1) In the set value display state, move to insert segment [...]

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    8-22 The set value of the inserted segment is as follows: Set SP value : same value as the original [...]

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    8 - 2 Copying Programs The DCP552 allows you to copy programs when it is in the READY program run mo[...]

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    8-24 Chapter 8. PROGRAM SETUP 8 - 3 General Reset A general reset can be performed when the controll[...]

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    9-1 Chapter 9. MEMOR Y CARD OPERA TIONS 9 - 1 Memory Card T ype and Functions A memory card can be u[...]

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    9 - 2 Save Procedures 9-2 Insert a memory card when the DCP552 is in the READY mode and the normal d[...]

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    9-3 Chapter 9. MEMORY CARD OPERATIONS ■ Procedures for formatting cards This procedure is used to [...]

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    9-4 Chapter 9. MEMORY CARD OPERATIONS ■ Procedures for saving all programs This procedure saves al[...]

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    9-5 Chapter 9. MEMORY CARD OPERATIONS ■ Procedures for saving PID parameters This procedure saves [...]

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    9 - 3 Load Procedures 9-6 Insert a memory card when the DCP552 is in the READY mode and the normal d[...]

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    9-7 Chapter 9. MEMORY CARD OPERATIONS ■ Card battery alarm panel When the voltage of the internal [...]

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    9-8 Chapter 9. MEMORY CARD OPERATIONS ■ Procedures for loading all programs This procedure loads a[...]

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    9-9 Chapter 9. MEMORY CARD OPERATIONS ■ Procedures for loading event configuration data This proce[...]

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    9 - 4 Autoload 9-10 Insert a memory card, press the LOAD key or use external switch inputs in the RE[...]

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    9-11 Chapter 9. MEMORY CARD OPERATIONS ■ Auto load using external switch inputs ● Conditions Mem[...]

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    9 - 5 Error Message List 9-12 When an error occurs, error messages such as “ Card Error-XX ” (XX[...]

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    Chapter 10. TROUBLESHOOTING 10 - 1 Self-Diagnostic Functions and Alarm Code Displays 10-1 The DCP552[...]

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    10-2 ■ Alarm code display The DCP552 is designed to alternate display of the following alarm codes[...]

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    10 - 2 Key Input Related Problems Procedures to correct key input related problems are described bel[...]

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    10-4 ● ADV cannot be invoked with PROG and DISP keys ● FAST mode cannot be invoked with FUNC and[...]

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    10-5 ● Autotuning cannot be canceled with AT key ● PID parameter setting state cannot be invoked[...]

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    10-6 ● General reset cannot be performed with FUNC, CLR and MESSAGE keys ■ Parameter setting rel[...]

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    10-7 ● PID group, output limiter group number items cannot be displayed with ↑ and ↓ keys ● [...]

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    10-8 10 - 3 When the BA T LED Flashes Handling Precautions Batteries that have been stored for long [...]

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    10-9 ● Battery replacement procedures Handling Precautions • Replace the old battery with a lith[...]

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    10-10 (4) To prevent static discharges, remove all static electricity from your body. (5) Slide the [...]

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    10-11 NOTE • Guidelines for battery service life are given below. When the DCP552 is stored with t[...]

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    11-1 Chapter 1 1. SPECIFICA TIONS 11 - 1 Specifications θ µ µ µ µ µ µ[...]

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    11-2 Chapter 11. SPECIFICATIONS[...]

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    11-3 µ Chapter 11. SPECIFICATIONS[...]

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    11-4 Chapter 11. SPECIFICATIONS[...]

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    11-5 × × Chapter 11. SPECIFICATIONS[...]

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    11-6 Chapter 11. SPECIFICATIONS[...]

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    11-7 ■ Attachment/auxiliary devices list Chapter 11. SPECIFICATIONS[...]

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    11-8 Chapter 11. SPECIFICATIONS 11 - 2 External Dimensions ■ DCP552 ■ Soft dust-proof cover set [...]

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    Chapter 12. CALIBRA TION This chapter covers the field calibrations procedures for the inputs, outpu[...]

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    12 - 1 Quick Reference T able for Calibration Items 12-2 DCP550 mark II controllers are numbered usi[...]

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    12-3 Table 12-2. Item and Sub Item Table for Calibration 0000 1011 1111 2022 1111 6066 1111 AdJS AdJ[...]

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    12-4 Figure 12-1. Calibration Flowchart (1/3) Chapter 12. CALIBRATION 0 0 0 1 1.0.1.1. AdJS 00000 Ad[...]

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    12-5 Figure 12-1. Calibration Flowchart (2/3) Chapter 12. CALIBRATION 0 2 0 1 6.0.6.6. AdJS 0.0.0.0.[...]

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    12-6 Figure 12-1. Calibration Flowchart (3/3) Chapter 12. CALIBRATION 7.0.7.7. AdJS 0.0.0.0. 0 0 0 7[...]

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    12 - 2 Calibration Procedures ■ Enter calibration mode (1) Release keylock. ( PARA PA01=0 ) (2) Pr[...]

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    12-8 ■ Function test Press ↑ , ↓ , ← , → , keys to show ( 0.0.0.0 ) on upper display, then[...]

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    12-9 ● Display test ( 00-02 ) Press SETUP key until the PROG/SEG display shows ( 00-02 ). Then, ea[...]

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    12-10 ● Digital output test for control output ( 00-04 ) Press SETUP key until the PROG/SEG displa[...]

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    12-11 ● Built-in clock adjustment Figure 12-4. Example: A: 2 digits of calendar year 1993 ……?[...]

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    12-12 ● PV zero, span (1) PV zero adjustment (a) Press SETUP key until the PROG/SEG display shows [...]

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    12-13 Table 12-10. Chapter 12. CALIBRATION[...]

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    12-14 ■ Cold junction sensor calibration Scroll ↑ , ↓ , ← , → , keys to show ( 2022 ) on u[...]

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    12-15 ● Writing into EEPROM (1) Press SETUP key until the PROG/SEG display shows ( 02-09 ). (2) Sc[...]

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    12-16 ● Writing into EEPROM (1) Press SETUP key until the PROG/SEG display shows ( 06-09 ). Scroll[...]

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    12 - 3 Set Up Figure 12-5. Thermocouple Inputs Figure 12-6. RTD Inputs Figure 12-7. RTD Inputs Figur[...]

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    12-18 Figure 12-11. Current Outputs Chapter 12. CALIBRATION[...]

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    DCP551/552 Program Work Sheet Program No. Preparation date: Equipment name: Product name : [ Pattern[...]

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    User name : Preparation date : Equipment name : Product name : Model No. : DCP552 Tag name : Instrum[...]

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    2 DCP552 Parameter Work Sheet No. Item code Item Factory default User Settings and descriptions sett[...]

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    3 DCP552 Parameter Work Sheet No. Item code Item Factory default User Settings and descriptions sett[...]

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    4 No. Item code Item Factory default User Settings and descriptions settings settings 111 PA111 CP c[...]

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    5 DCP552 Parameter Work Sheet No. Item code Item Factory default User Settings and descriptions sett[...]

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    6 DCP552 Parameter Work Sheet Event Meaning Setting Operation Auxiliary settings type category categ[...]

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    7 DCP552 Parameter Work Sheet Event Meaning Setting Operation Auxiliary settings type category categ[...]

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    8 DCP552 Parameter Work Sheet Event Meaning Setting Operation Auxiliary settings type category categ[...]

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    9 DCP552 Parameter Work Sheet No. Item code Item Factory default User Settings and descriptions sett[...]

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    10 DCP552 Parameter Work Sheet No. Item code Item Factory default User Settings and descriptions set[...]

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    11 DCP552 Parameter Work Sheet No. Item code Item Factory default User Settings and descriptions set[...]

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    12 No. Item code Item Factory default User Settings and descriptions settings settings 1 P-1 Proport[...]

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    13 No. Item code Item Factory default User Settings and descriptions settings settings 36 oH-6 Manip[...]

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    14 No. Item code Item Factory default User Settings and descriptions settings settings 72 tP-A3 Tuni[...]

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    15 DCP552 Parameter Work Sheet No. Item code Item Factory default User Settings and descriptions set[...]

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    16 DCP552 Parameter Work Sheet No. Item code Item Factory default User Settings and descriptions set[...]

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    17 DCP552 Parameter Work Sheet No. Item code Item Factory default User Settings and descriptions set[...]

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    18 No. Item code Item Factory default User Settings and descriptions settings settings 95 C 95 Volta[...]

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    19 DCP552 Parameter Work Sheet No. Item code Item Factory default User Settings and descriptions set[...]

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    Index index-1 -A- ADV ••••••••••••••••••••••••••[...]

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    index-2 Mode •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••[...]

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    Revision History Printed Manual Number Edition Revised pages Description Date 97-12 EN1I-6187 1st Ed[...]

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    Printed Manual Number Edition Revised pages Description Date 01-12 EN1I-6187 5th Edition 5-10 Diagra[...]

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    HONEYWELL SER VICE CENTERS ARGENTINA HONEYWELL S.A.I.C. BELGRANO 1156 BUENOS AIRES ARGENTINA Tel.:54[...]

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