HONEYWELL UDC 3000 MANUAL PDF
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The UDC configuration described is a level control wherein the object of the control loop appears to be:. By Patti on 4 November, – 2: By Chris Jenerick on 14 November, – Open the gate x amount for x period.
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Please read those terms and conditions carefully. What I need to identify is the value that drives the output. The UDC configuration described is a level control wherein the object of the control loop appears mmanual be: By Biscuithead on 12 July, – 7: Once you verify everything going in and out of the controller as it should I would then start to look at parameters INSIDE the controller.
Honeywell UDC 3000 Universal Digital Controller
It doesnt limit the controller output as the PID function will wind the output up until saturation if the measured value never reaches the setpoint. The inlet control is likely configured for reverse operation increaed level decrease output, close gate. Hi Patti The bound manual you are looking for is Product E. Put the controller in manual and wind the output up and down while watching the measured value.
The ‘Rng1’ error your getting refers to the analogue input UDC’s are twin-loop controllers though in your application loop 2 is disabled It shows that error when the input range goes above 20ma or below 4ma.
I honeyewll verify your getting a good input signal and the full range of gate movement in reponse. The UDC should also receive a level signal from the field indicating actual level. Thanks for the reply.
The set point should be the desired level of the reservoir. SPHiLim is the parameter that determines how high the setpoint on the controller can be wound up to.
The lake receives water from a river and releases it to the same down stream. NandaKumar on 16 July, – 8: Here are is the model number and settings. First mention your complete model no. Try those and reply if its still not working.
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You have given some good problem definition. By Steve Smoker on 4 October, – 7: Remember me on this computer. Your subscription request is being processed. You must be a Control. By Darren on 15 November, – 4: It’s free, and you can customize the content you view, as well as being able to subscribe to threads and 0300, getting new posts delivered to your email as they appear.
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You have clicked on the “? Select the categories for which you would like to see messages displayed Inlet Flow and Outlet Flow. By Anonymous manua, 23 July, – Since both UDC work to maintain level, there may be conditions where the two work together or against each other to maintain the reservoir level.
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This control occurs at two places on the reservoir: To search the site, enter your search terms in the box labeled “search the site” and hit Enter. Perhaps you could order one from Honeywell. Note that common words and, that, etc. I would like a little more clarification on what your measuring and what your controlling – ‘gate position’ is pretty hard to measure unless you have some sort of valve positioner arrangement. Adjust the head gate position to maintain reservoir level.
The bound manual udx are looking for is Product E. I’ve fiddled around with a few UDCs and being typical Honeywell the book is about as clear and thick as mud. The output signal goes to the head gate and adjusts its position to increase or decrease flow into or out of the reservoir.