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UTAdvanced UP55A

The UP55A is a newly-released 1/4 DIN sized program controller provides up to 30 program patterns, and simultaneous monitoring of 8 PV events, 16 time events, and 8 alarms. Also a ladder sequence function is included as standard.

The UP55A is a newly-released 1/4 DIN sized program controller provides up to 30 program patterns, and simultaneous monitoring of 8 PV events, 16 time events, and 8 alarms.

  • ns-utadv-banner.jpgAdvanced Control
    • 5 built-in control functions and algorithms
    • Ladder sequence control
    • Fuzzy logic control
  • Simplicity
    • Easy-to-read, 14-segment large color LCD display
    • Scrolling text feature for parameters
    • Navigation guide & navigation keys
    • Programmable funciton keys
    • User settable default values
    • Multiple language support (English, Spanish, French, German)
    • Compact design of 65-mm depth
  • Networking
    • Ethernet (Modbus/TCP)
    • RS-485 (Modbus/RTU, peer to peer, coordinated,   PC-Link)
    • Open network (PROFIBUS-DP, CC-Link, DeviceNet)
  • Reliability
    • 3 year warranty*1
    • RoHS/WEEE
    • NEMA4*2/IP56 front panel
  • Application Software

*1: The 3 year warranty extendes 36 months after shipment from our factory.
*2: Hose-down test only

Controlling a pharmaceutical sterilizer/pasteurizer

Performing control while changing the set point temperature moment by moment is called running a program pattern (or simply running a program). Sterilization and pasteurization require maintaining specific temperatures for specific durations. 

Control of Heat Treating Furnace Operation

The Japan Steel Works, LTD., Muroran Plant uses the Control and Measurement Station CX2000, UP series program controllers, and UT series digital indicating controllers for operation of its heat treating furnaces. The Japan Steel Works (JSW), LTD., Muroran Plant is located in an industrial area looking over Muroran port in Muroran City, Hokkaido.