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Program Settings of Control System|EN 14360 Rain Tower Test System

In the realm of climate testing equipment, The advent of sophisticated control systems has revolutionized the way rain tower test systems operate. At the core of this technological advancement lies the intricate web of program settings that govern the functionality and efficiency of these systems. In this article, We delve into the critical aspects of program settings within the context of the EN 14360 rain tower test system, Shedding light on how these settings contribute to the efficacy of protective clothing against rain and the overall protection against rain.

Let us navigate through the complexities of control systems and uncover the key role of program settings in ensuring the optimal performance of rain tower systems. As we unravel the intricacies of program settings within the realm of control systems for rain tower test systems, It becomes evident that these settings are not merely technical parameters but the enablers of precision, efficiency, and user-centric design.

By mastering the art of program settings optimization, stakeholders can unlock the full potential of rain tower systems, Transcending conventional limits to redefine the standards of protection against rain. As we navigate the ever-evolving landscape of rain testing technology, The synergy between advanced program settings, control systems, and user experience will continue to shape the future of rain protection, Fostering a culture of innovation, resilience, and safety in the face of nature’s elements.

▶ [1.1 Main Screen] Click the program group to set the key, then switch to the [Figure 3-1 Group Setting Screen]. PROGRAM SETTING
[Figure 3-1] Program Setting Screen
[Figure 3-1] Program Setting Screen
Indicative Content Content Description
① Program Group You can set up 100 groups of programs (1~100)
② Test Name You can set 30 words
③ Program Group Editor Switch to program edit screen
④ Cycle Setting Switch to the cycle setting screen
⑤ Wait Setting Switch to wait setting screen
⑥ TIME SIGNAL Switch to TIME SIGNAL setting group
[Figure 3-2] Program PATTERN Setting
[Figure 3-2] Program PATTERN Setting
1 Program PATTERN Setting
① The segment number.
② Setup box to input Target Set Point for each segment of temperature.
③ Setup box to input Target Set Point for each segment of humidity.
④ Setup box to input process time for each segment.
⑤ Setup box to input Time Signal number to use for each segment.
⑥ Button to display next / previous paragraph of ten segments.
⑦ Segment insert button. Press the (INSERT) button, and one segment will be inserted into the pattern.
⑧ Segment delete button. Press the (DELETE) button, and one segment will be deleted.
⑨ Button to move back to PRORAM SET screen, [Figure 3-1 PROGRAM SET screen].
▶ Click the[Program Group] key to display the input box that can set the program number.
[Figure 3-3] The Program Number Input Box Screen
[Figure 3-3] The Program Number Input Box Screen
▶ Click the [Test Name] setting key to display the test name setting input box.
[Figure 3-4] The Program Name Input Box Screen
[Figure 3-4] The Program Name Input Box Screen
▶ Click the [Temperature] button to enter the temperature setting input box of the test program.
[Figure 3-5] Program Temperature Setting Screen
[Figure 3-5] Program Temperature Setting Screen
▶ Click the [Humidity] button to enter the humidity setting input box of the test program.
[Figure 3-6] Program Humidity Setting Screen
[Figure 3-6] Program Humidity Setting Screen
▶ Click the [Time] button to enter the test setting input box of the procedure time.
[Figure 3-7] Program Time Setting Screen
[Figure 3-7] Program Time Setting Screen
▶ Click the [TS1~TS4] button to enter the test setting input box of the time signal.
[Figure 3-8] Program Time Signal Setting Screen
[Figure 3-8] Program Time Signal Setting Screen
Table 3-1. PATTERN SET Parameters
Parameter Notice Set Range Unit Initial Value Description
PATTERN NUMBER 1 ~ 100 1 Set the number of program
TEMP SP of Segment -100.00 ~200.00 0.00 Set the temperature of program
HUMI SP of Segment 0.0 ~ 100.0 % 0.0 Set the humidity of program
Process Time of Segment 0.00 ~ 100.00 HOUR. MIN 0.00 Set the time of program
TIME SIGNAL 1~ 4 of Segment 0 ~ 7 0 Set the time signal of program
▶ This screen is to set repeat operation of entire current pattern and partial segment operation after complete of current operation. 2 REPEAT Function
[Figure 3-9] REPEAT SET Screen
[Figure 3-9] REPEAT SET Screen
① Setup box to input count number for current entire pattern repeat.
② Setup box to input start segment number for partial repeat operation.
③ Setup box to input end segment number for partial repeat operation.
④ Setup box to input count number for partial repeat operation.
⑤ Setup box to input next pattern number to run continually after complete of current operation.
Table 3-2. REPEAT SET Parameters
Table 3-2 Repeat Set Parameters
Table 3-3 Example of Program Repeat Set
Table 3-3 Example of Program Repeat Set 1
PROGRAM REPEAT SET
Table 3-3 Example of Program Repeat Set 2
▶ If PATTERN 1 sets up eight segments (01→02→03→04→05→06→07→08), the following example is the order in which some segments in PATTERN 1 run when they are set repeatedly. Program Segment Cycle Set
Program Segment Cycle Set 1
Program Segment Cycle Set 2
The process of program operation to wait for group action, setting the temperature/ humidity range and waiting time picture. 3 WAIT Function
The wait action in this setting applies to [3.1 PROGRAM SETTING].
※ Description of WAIT Function
① Operating condition for WAIT Function (‘OR’ logic)
☞ When the PV of Temperature or Humidity does not enter into the specified deviation at WAIT ZONE from the Target SP within segment time, WAIT operation will be starting and pending for WAIT TIME or until it meets release condition.
② Release condition for WAIT Function (‘AND’ logic)
☞ When the PV of Temperature and Humidity reaches within the WAIT ZONE.
[Figure 3-10] WAIT SET Screen
[Figure 3-10] WAIT SET Screen
① Setup box to set whether or not using WAIT Function.
② Setup box to establish temperature WAIT ZONE to release WAIT Operation.
③ Setup box to establish humidity WAIT ZONE to release WAIT Operation.
④ WAIT TIME setup box to establish the time the program will wait for the PV of temperature and humidity to enter the WAIT ZONE before starting the next program segment.
☞ When 00.00 default value of WAIT TIME, WAIT operation will be pending infinitely until released.
Table3-4 WAIT USE Setting Parameters
Parameter Set Range Unit Initial Value
WAIT USE UNUSE,USE UNUSE
WAIT TEMP ZONE 0.00~100.00 0.00
WAIT HUMI ZONE 0.0~100.0 % 0.0
WAIT TIME 00.00~99.59  HOUR, MIN 0.00
▶ The interaction between WAIT Operation and WAIT TIME is shown as below.
① Release WAIT Operation within WAIT TIME
Release WAIT Operation within WAIT TIME
② Release WAIT Operation by elapsed WAIT TIME
Release WAIT Operation by elapsed WAIT TIME
For example: TEMP. SP=85℃, WAIT ZONE=5℃,Then wait zone is :80℃~90℃,wait time =1H;
① If PV reaches the wait zone before the end of the wait time (within 1H hours), run the next segment.
② If the PV has not reached the wait zone before the end of the wait time (until 1H has not entered the wait zone), it continues to wait until the end of the wait time (after 1H hours) or arrives at the wait zone to execute the next section. It should satisfy two conditions of wait zone and wait time simultaneously.
▶ TIME SIGNAL will be operating among 3 subset, ON / OFF / TIMER. Established TIME SIGNAL can be designated into segment setting on [3.1 Program PATTERN]. 4.1 ON / OFF Mode TIME SIGNAL Operation 4 Time Signal
[Figure 3-11] TIME SIGNAL SET Screen
[Figure 3-11] TIME SIGNAL SET Screen
① ‘TIME SIGNAL 0’ is used for ‘OFF’; not generating TS output duration of the program segment.
② ‘TIME SIGNAL 1’ is used for ‘ON’, generating TS output duration of the program segment.
③ From the corresponding program section until the end of the time set by the delay time, the time signal performs ON operation.
④ The corresponding program segment starts ON operation according to the time signal of delay time, and only performs ON operation within the time set in the working time.
Table 3-5. TIME SIGNAL setting Parameters
Table 3-5 Time Signal Setting Parameters
Please read the following tables and corresponding parameter descriptions carefully. If there is anything you do not understand, Please contact our technicians by e-mail. 4.2 Example of TIME SIGNAL Operation
Example of TIME SIGNAL Operation

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