Shinko ACS-13A Series
  • Controller with the shortest depth (56mm)
  • An easier viewing display with status color indication
  • H4-point SV, using external selection
  • H3-phase Heater burnout alarm
  • User friendly communication: Remote monitoring, data transmission
  • Dust-proofIDripproof function (IP66)

Features

Controller with the shortest depth (56mm)
Higher functions and performance have been achieved with the shortest depth of 56mm ACS-13A. This provides cost and space reduction.

An easier viewing display with status color indication
The PV display color can be selected from red, green and orange. The PV display color can also change continuously depending on deviation between PV and SV, which allows easy and distinct status checking.

H4-point SV, using external selection
SV memory function, which can switch 4 points of SV using external contact signal, is equipped. After registering the SVs (from SV1 to SV4), they can be easily switched by external operation.

H3-phase Heater burnout alarm
Any trouble in 3-phase heaters such as burnout or deterioration can be detected by connecting 2 CTs(current transformers). Alarm types 20A and 50A are available for both single phase and 3-phase.

User friendly communication: Remote monitoring, data transmission
Standard Console communication function enables 1 to 1 communication between a PC with USB port and the ACS-13A. Various settings and monitoring can be performed using the Console software SWS-ACSO1 M. SWS-ACSO1 M is attached to the USB communication cable CMA (sold separately).

Optional Serial communication (RS-485)
Serial communication (RS-485) between a PC/Touch panel unit and the ACS-13A enables various settings and remote monitoring. A maximum of 31 units in a centralized control system can be established. Shinko protocol and Open Network Modbus are usable.

Dust-proofIDripproof function (IP66)
Can be used in a dust or water splashed environment. UUC-UL pending

Output rate of change limit
This function is suitable for heaters which are not designed for sudden changes in output (OUT1). This is suited for controlling heaters such as the Kanthal Super. This also stabilizes control by suppressing output fluctuation.